Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00206
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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 21, 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: VID00206
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS BABY CARRIAGES, CHAIRS, Cribs, nUBKR'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, B -BOOKS, CLOCKS, Eto. a nice assortment DRESS PATTERNS in all tbo fancy ville, Is now conducting a firstclassboardinghouse
Cradles, Springs, Mattresses, all prices. No. 14 Laura street, P. O. Box 302, at Screven's Drug Store, suitings; no two alike. at 1208 M street, Washington
Furniture Stork, Jacksonville, Fla. Reliable male and Tltusvllle.WE Gardner & Walker. D. C.Mr. .

nd Topics of General Interest.Judge Tltusvllle, Fla. female help furnished and sent to all Jas. Bailey will be in charge ofIlotol

parts. DRESS GOODS No two alike. They PLANTING MORE ORANGE Arno, Tampa, tills winter, which

JT. S. Jones visited downer Banker Wm. M. Brown left here are going every day. Make your selection Is a sufficient guarantee that everything
- the early part of the week.Col for Miami, to look after his NEW LINE PERCALES, GINGHAMS, now. Gardner & Walker.A TREES.Mr. In connection with this well-knownn
points there for a few days.Mr. Plaids, etc. Percale, usual prioe 12 Jo. hostelry will be as It should. Mr. B. Y.

D. L Gaulden left yesterday, now 10c; Ginghams, that never sold C. R. Stewart, of Tltusvllle, lias Benson, the lato manager of the Arno,
Tcocoa, to attend to some law busi- and Mrs. Courtland Buckman, below 10c.f now 8o, gentleman wishes to exchange his gone to Bonaveuture, to plant about U00 has leased tho Almeila hotel In Tampa.
prominent resldonts of Jacksonville, Gardner & Walker. In Massachusetts for a paying
18. have gone to New York on a combined Eroperty orange giove property In Florida. more orange trees in his grove. The Royal Victoria hotel, Nassau,

-Mrs. Brown, of City Point, arrived business and pleasure trip.An See advt. on 8th page.Mrs. Mr. Michael F, Dwyer, of Brooklyn, now Included In the Florida East Coast
town yesterday on a visit to her son, Note the advts. of Mrs. Helen W. N. Y., Is still enlarging his grove at Banyan Hotel System, will be managed this winter
,oriffJo .r. Brown.Mrs. Impromptu dance was given in Reynolds, the well-known Tltusvllle P. II. Love nnd daughter, Miss having contracted to have 300 more by Mr. II. E. Bemls, the very popular
the Opera House last Filday night Ethel, who have been sojourning at Ilendersonville
milliner and diessmaker, in this issue.Mis. young bonlfaoe who so efficiently conducted
- Scales, of New Smyrna, spent among those in attendance being one or N. C, during the past summer orange trees planted.Mr. Hotel Miami last
,rt of Saturday and Sunday In town onUlttoMr8.A. more of our lone ''hubbies." R. C. Scrlmgeour, who has ariived at their Jacksonville home Joe Vendig, a well known sporting season.It Blscnyno, ,

, D. Fenney.Miss been spending the summer with relatives Tuesday morning. Quite a .number of man of New York, is largely lnci easing
rliaibe Cleveland, of this place, Mr. J. Nicholson, of Melbourne, who at Ansonla, Conn., arrived here Wednesday their North Carolina friends were at the the acroage of his orange grove atTropio Is more than probable that Mr. J.R. .
had been far Oak Hill in the
- week for New Oi leans, where as as yacht looking hale and hearty after her Ilendersonville depot to see them off.Mr. by having moie trees planted.Mr. . Campbell will again conduct the St.
It this North Star
spent a day or bo In town
lengthened visit.Mr. James hotel,'Jacksonville, of which he
e will spend the winter months.Attorney this week on his return trip. and Mrs. S. 11. Peck and family, Wm. M. Brown, of Tltusvllle, does has been so long the proprietor and

- H. B. Saunders, of West Treasurer Henry Galllaid, of the I.R. and Mrs. Jas. McFailane, after of Petosky, were guests of the Indian not believe in being in the rear when it managor. This will be good news to Mr.Campbell's .

ilni Beach, was In the county seat for & B. B. I. N. Co., was on Wednesday's whlling away the summer months atIlendersonville River hotel, Tltusvllle, part of last and conies to orange culture, for he is adding host of friends throughout
Bhort time the early part of the week.Mrs .* train, on his way to St. Augustine N. C, are expected to this week. They left on Monday for another 1,000 treos to bis grove at Ban the United States.Mr. .
arrive at their Lake Worth home on Rockledgo, where Mr. Peok, who has yan. He and Mr, E. L. Brady have also
F. T. Budge and children, liav- from a trip down the East Coast. Tuesday evening next. Fred 0. will visit
- just finished a successful soason at his had fuel hauled Into their Minis groves In King shortly
B spent a pleasant week In town, left Having spent the summer very pleasantly Contractor J, A. McGuire, of St. Michigan hostelry, will get the Plsza readiness to protect the trees when the Chicago In the Inteiost of the Florida

it Saturday for their home at Miami.Mr. at Asheville, N. O Mr. and Mrs. Augustine, was a passenger on Tues hotel in readiness for the winter season. oold snaps are on.HUNTING East Coast hotels. Mr. King was chief
James Holmes and family will probably oleik of the Royal Polnclana, at Palm,
- Chas. II. Walton returned ton day's southbound train, on his way to Writing the United States
leave for their Jensen home next week.Commodoie Beach, with Manager Sterry last winter
Tuesday from his trip to the mounmi Palm Beach to make an Inspection ofof of Agriculture at Jacksonville, Mr.J. ;
AND FISHING and his friends
of Georgia, North Carolina and F. D. Hughes, of New Mr. H. M. Flagler's extensive prop W. Cronk, of Jupiter, says : None be will many again be with are us plensed the to coming learn

mnessee.Mr. York, writing us from Charleston, S. C, erty. too much rain; more needed to make the DOTS. season.

- E. I. Brady left here, yesterday, says he Is on his way to Daytona for his Divine servtoe at St. Gabriel's Episcopal profuse, thrifty and luxurious vegetable
-r Miami, where he will remain a few usual Winter cruise down the East Coast.Mr. church on Sunday morning at 11 growth so usual and marked in this County Commissioner J. N. Waller Manager J. G. Bast, of the Indian River

js, looking after bis interests at that F. S. Morse, one of Miami's and evening at 7:30: o'clock. The morning sunny land at this time of year. Sweet shot a large bear, weighing 4001bs., near hotel, Tltusvllle, is oontlnuing the
potatoes, radishes and egg-plant are In the at Ankona last ; work of renovating and embelllsh-
int. piominent real estate men, waa among sermon will be on "The Organization pavilion week.Capt. food
the market.Mr. this one-time favorite resort and
an3 Good of the Church within the ;
.-Chas. Blum & Co., Jacksonville, the passengers on Sunday's train to the J. H. Smith caught a dozen or that his enterprise will meet with deserved
nbave a fine brand of whiskey onnd metropolis to spend a few days. He returned Century. and Mrs. C. M. Greer and son, more blne-tish off the pier at Palm Beach success Is evidenced by the applications

called "Mount Vernon." Have home Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin, of New well-known residents of Miami, were In last week, and divided tbem up with his he Is already receiving for reservation

u tried it t The numerous patrons of the F. E.' Haven, Conn., were among the passengers town from Tuesday until Wednesday, en city friends. These were about the first of rooms for winter guests.
C. to the on Wednesday's southbound train route home from Tallahassee, wheie Mr.Greer blue-Ash of the soason, but only forerunners
-Col. D. L. Oaulden made a trip to Ry. are glad see genial countenance
had been in The contract between Mr. II. M.
last to couple of Conductor II. E. Bugbee- to their winter home at Rockledge, attending to matters of what are to come.A Flag
spend a
Land Saturday
: connection wltb the estate of his deceased ler and the Bahamas
government by
where about the 11 rut to arilve
the train again. The Captain has just they are
who be
days with his family, says, of Tltusvllle
mother-in-law, who recently party sportsmen, comJiosed which the former is to erect a hotel and
season and the last to depart.We .
returned his looks
from vacation and every
ery pleased with that town. departed this life, muoli to the regret of of Messrs. L. A. Brady A. W, provide a steam service between Nassau

Cashier C. S. Schuyler returned town more stouter and jollier than ever.i acknowledge receipt of some her numerous friends. R. W. Rhodes, R. L. Motfow, W.E. and a port In Florida, la now an accomplished

Tuesday from Miami, where bei Mrs. Cromwell Gibbons and family, Augustus Van Wyck compaign*buttons, Ballard, F. A. Losley and others fact, everything being satisfactory
sent by of the Advocatk's subscribers Another supply of F. O. & P. Ry, spent several days last.week settled
been taking Mr. Oarthside's place Ini of Jacksonville, who have been spending ope camping as previously published in
i bank for the past two or three several weeks at Ilendersonville, N.C in New York, Van Wyok Is the maps of the West Indies, Cuba, Jamaica, out In the woods, and returned with two the pink paper.
wks. are now sojourning at 115 Haywood Democratic candidate for governor of Porto Kico and the Philippine Islands deer Friday evening last.
street, Asheville. Attorney Gibbons expects New York state, but has a strong opponent has been received at our oiiloe. These The Globe hotel, Hendersonvllle, N.C .
Captain and Mrs. C. J. Coggins, ofcklodge to join his family this week.Mr. In Col. Theodore Roosevelt, late of maps, which are airanged In a convenient Large catches of sea bass were recently has closed for the season. It has
who. have been on a trip tonaha the Rough Rtdeis.Mrs. form for the pocket, are among the made from the ocean pier at City been under the management of Mrs. P.II. .
Chicago and other places, reraod Harry Tuttle and his bride (nre best of the kind that have ever been Beautiful, opposite Daytona. Some of Love, of Jacksonville, during the past
home yesterday, after a pleasant Miss Fannie Fowler) passed through E. L. Brady left here Sunday Issued, and everybody should have one the best catches were made last Thursday summer; and all who have stopped
Tltusvllle the first of the week on their last on a visit to relatives in Atlanta, for handy reference. Send stamp to pay when seventeen large bass were there speak In high terms of the manner
ting.Mr. way to Miami from Jacksonville, to from which place she will go to bormother's postage. hauled out of the surf upon the pier, In which everything was conducted by
and Mrs. Chas. n. Garthstde, which latter plaoe they bad acoompanledMrs. home in Tennessee for an extended where they were all laid out and photo this genial landlady. The Globe met
id werfl recently married In New York, Fowler, who was going to Chicago.We period. Mr. Brady accompanied r Messrs. Near A Taylor Arrived hereby graphed. It was a fine sight. The with so muoh success during the season,
Med through here Monday on their his wife as far as Jacksonville, returning water this week from Eau Gallle smallest weighed fifteen pounds, and the that It Is more than probable Mrs. Love
iy ti) Miami, where they will make beg to call our readers' attention to town Wednesday. with their well-sinking apparatus, and largest twenty-six pounds. They were will take of It
elr future home.Dr. to the new advt. on 8th page of C. D. are getting It in readiness to commence oaptured by the fishermen oharge next summer,
Provost, of Lotus, the well-known dealer The remains of the late Mrs. Kate operations for the sinking of the artesian Robert : Jacksonville Is to have another hotel,
- L. T. Daniel of Cocoa who has Allen, one 21-lb bnss; Mr. Olin
in merchandise Indian River.Mr. Stewart, of Coquina, who died In St.
general on well on the Florida Extract Co's. grounds stead three bass which Is now being ereoted at the corner
14 17 and
10-lbs Jim
w on a two weekB visit to his parents Provost has a large stock of seeds, Augustine last week, were taken to at this place. The work may take some Ballougb, seven,,the,smallest 13 and; tbo of Bay and Cedar streets, and will probably
ildlng near Savannah, returned home fertilizers and crate material In stock Cocoa last Friday afternoon for inter
weeks to complete, the length of time largest 31-lbs W. be ready for occupancy about December
Tuesday, saying he had had a very ment. County Clerk A. A. Stewart and ; Baggett, two, laandnlbs
and his quotations are bound to please, depending upon the depth the well will Jordan 1st. The house, which will contain
lojable trip.Mr. list. family, of this place, attended the funeral ; Wright, one, 17-1 b
bend for
a sunk.Dr.
price have to be bass; Col. C. C. Post, three, 19, 18 and about fifty rooms, has been leased
- II. A. Hodges of the wellknownrober returning here next day.Mrs. in advanoe by Mrs. F. O. who for
Jack, the well-known pointer belonging 18-lbs; George n. Foote, two, 17 and 20Ibs. Finley,
II. It. Thomas of the
Arm of Hodges & Godfrey, Sat* to Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of, this John B. Beach, who lias been LaVllla many years successfully managed the
ma Heights, transacted business Inn place, has passed to the happy hunting spending a couple of weeks or so with Pharmacy, Jacksonville, has changed Travelers hotel In the metropolis. Mrs.Finley .
* the end of last week. He was on apdown bis business to the opposite corner of will caier the
grounds of dogdum; the gun which he her parents at Lake City, passed through especially to patronage
Adams and Madison From
streets, whlab is a New York to Miami.
the coast as far as Miami.Mr. Tltusvllle of traveling salesmen.
had followed for so long in bis many Tuesday en route to her homo
the old
great Improvement over stand
C. R. Stewart, who has been quail hunts ending his life last Sunday. at West Palm Beach, her child accompanying the present store being much larger and, The Travelers' hotel, Jacksonville, un
here knew "Old Jack and her. Mrs. Beach has been The Florida East Coast R'y Is expected
ending some weeks looking after his Everybody more convenient for dispensing drugs der the management of Mr. Felix Garcia,
ierests at Bouaventure, returned home in bis death Tltusvllle loses a familiar sojourning at Ilendersonville, N. C, displaying his fine stock of goods, eto., to operate a vestibule train of sleepers Is one of the most popular and the best
turday last. canine character. during the summer.Mr. from New York city to Miami, during
expects to anildorable The doctor now baa a very Imposing the tourist two-dollar-a-day house In that city. The
number of trees to his Several copies of the Ootober number and Mrs. Reginald Serjoantson, drug store, where his business Is rapidly In Miami mornings season. and Trains leave will arrive guests have been so numerous lately
uge grove soon. of Uobe bound evenings, that several more bedrooms have been
of the Florida East Coast Home- were passengers onTuesday's Increasing.Mr. making the trip to Jacksonville' In
Several members of the First Flor- seeker have been received at the southbound train, en route and Mrs. n. Julius Smith and hours. ten added, while the location of the dining
home from visit to Mrs. room which Is well lighted and
Regiment, now at Tallahassee Advocate office, and Intending settlers a Serjeantson'sbrother venti
i'ed in town Monday on a thirty, in Florida would do well to procure one who has been seriously 111 with family, of Pomp ton Lakes, N. J., are lated, has been changed from the second

" furlough, among them being Sergi. of these inteiestlng journals of Information. typhoid fever at the oamp In Lexington, home expected at to arrive at tbelr line winter Hew Managar fo* Canaveral Club.We to the flist floor, which Is a great Improvement.
Rockledge to-day or to-morrow.
< Ky. We are pleased to learn the On entering the hotel from
; Decker, Corp. S. Perkins, and Prli The fiont cover of this number young This Is welcomed
family always gladly
* of soldier Is on the road to the street, one comes directly to the
McGuire and Reed.Miss Is devoted to a pbotographie view recovery.Mr. to Indian River, for they add consider are reliably informed that Capt.
Senator M. S. Quay's fine winterresidence F. M. Carr, late of Company F, ably to the social life and pleasures ofRockledge W. A. Coster, a well-known resident of office, presided over by Mr. Chas. Slebertor
- Amy Kltchlng, of Sebastian, at St. Lucie.Rev. First Louisiana Volunteers, who recently and vlolnity during the winter Brooklyn, N. Y.. hat been appointed as he Is generally ,called by the

<>op Joined the hospital coips of the T. P. Howard, of Brooklyn, N.Y. secured his discharge from the army, has season. Mr. Smith, who, Apart from manager of the Canaveral Club, at Canaveral one traveling of the publlo most, "Mr. Charlie"and who Is
temporarily stationed at Jack"illo purchased fourteen acres of land at Mal other Is the Fla., men Mr. Geo. W, Morton, obliging painstak
is verv ill with typhoid fever ., the new pastor of the Presbyterian enterprises, proprietor of a resigned. While ing clerks to be met with anywhere.
thurch at this place, conducted services abar for cultivation purposes, and expects large electrlo fuso factory at Pompton we regretted to see
'numerousIndian Continuing Into
River friends will to return to Indian River In about Lakes had Mr. Morton leave, we will give his sue one passes a spaolous
has 10-inch
jret to learn.iTV here for the first time last Sunday. Ills a artestian well dining hall, the walls of whloh In
six weeks' time with several cessor a glad welcome. The Captain isno are
sermons on that day were highly interesting friends driven on his Florida place, and as soon soft tints of color
? ?keg to acknowledge lecelpt of nn and impressive, and his congregations from his home in Shreveport, La., to as be can got a large turbine water-wheel stranger to Tltusvllle, although he eyes after the outside very soothing to the
itau ,n fiom Mr. and Mis. C. J. F. though small at present, will take up his residence there.Messrs. set up. It will not be long ere his friends has not been here since the town's pioneer thing Is conducted glare.It every
as should be-
P ell, of Melbourne, to attend a undoubtedly be considerably augmented will have the pleasure Of seeing his wln-i days, when the plaoe consisted of
Alfred Cor and Wm. Richards only three houses plenty of good waiters and an excellent
"ption on Nov. 1 at Hotel Bellevue, In the near future, as Mr. Howard promises two prominent pineapple ter residence In close proximity to his and the late Col. II. cuisine.
growers Tltua.was
'ferret that pressure of business will to become one of the most popular of Eden were last Friday'strain fine orange grove glittering Inside and "monarch of all lie surveyed."
wide our being present on the of our ministers. We gladly welcome en route passengers home. Mr. Cox has been outside with numerous electric lights.Mr. Capt. and Mrs. Coster are expected to 1 Mr. H. M. Flagler, the owner of the

him to our midst, and wish him success sojourning for some months In Richmond and Mrs. Smith left New Jersey on arrive In Tltusvllle soon.A palatial hotels on the East Coast of Florida

in his new sphere of labor. Va., and other places; while Mr. Monday last.hipping'. has purchased of the British government

, .mFUX MILLINERY I! MILLIZl Richards was just returning from an FINE LINE OF TRIMMEDJIIATS the Royal Victoria bote! and the

' An the ,at tyes, Bnd COMFORTS, BLANKETS, QUILTS extended tour of the northwestern Indian IMver Oranges, just arrived at IMrs. Carthagena, both on the same square at
Nassau New
"oubla Pe to Cheaper show them.than ever before. No Keep warm these cold nights. Blankets states. They both repot t having bad avery II. W. Reynolds, National, Hotel Reporter.Providence These, says hotels the

Gardner from 75o. to $0.50 a pair; comforts enjoyable time. Several shipments of oranges have already Tltusvllle, Fla. will be conducted the coming winter* as
Walker. 73c. to $5.00 each; quilts 50o. to been made this season from the the Royal Victoria and the Royal Vic

$2.00. Come early and avoid the rush. ARE HERE AT TnE OLD STAND, famous Indian River section, Rockledge AMONG THE toria Annex, and In connection with the

Macon DiningItooms.. Gardner & Walker. ready and anxious to please you In and Indlanola being among the contrib HOTELS. Florida East Coast Hotel System. Included

dry goods, shoes, hats, millinery, utors. In the purchase Is the Fleming

*j> visiting Macon TOWN FAMILIES OR INDIVIDUALS notions, etc., etc. We guarantee price Where to stop. See list of hotels on Square aud the Old Barracks site, on
Oa., do not fall and ALL TnE LATEST NOVELTIES IN which
l1*'" Isaac's desiring an occasional change from quality. our 7th page. it Is proposed to erect a large
youcan popular dining rooms, home fare will be sumptuously served Gardner A Walker. Fall Millinery at.Mns. hotel In the near future. Nassau Is lithe
obtain all the delicacies H. W. Kicywotds The Advocate Is now on file at all
season at the Indian River hotel, Tltusvllle, Bahamas on the direct route from
at the
very reasonable prices. at special rates. Sunday dinners aspecialty. Glasses Tltusvllle, J>. best hotels in New York city.Schmidt's New York to Cuba, and Is touched by

Villa, Daytona" Is undergoing Ward Line ships from New York weekly.

TarllED3'CRIBS'Cu" Wanted.A improvements, and will be thoroughly It Is also In trl-weekly communication
; Wanted for Caah Scientifically fitted at Chaffee's drug renovated for the winter season. by the elegant new steamship Miami,,
Forj-ttcrks Stork, store. Will be here until Tuesday.Chas. with Miami, Florida, the termlnns of the
Tltusvllle Fla. Lajitigue, furnished hotel of 15 or 20 rooms to The Inn. Fort Tampa, of the Plant Florida East Coast Railway, which point
Fresh fruit and vegetables in small System of hotels ,
will be
Optician, overseer or rent by man and wife of fifteen conducted by together with Key Wesf, will, this winter
" shipments; prompt returns.J. Tltusvllle, Fla.Ileal years' experience. Can furnish best Its present manager, Mr. Hannah, this be In close connection with all points
A. Flourtot winter.J. .
Residence ,
of references. Address
and In Cuba and Porto
Pineapple Rico. The Hotel
Cor. 1st and Poplar St*.,
Plantation For Sale. Macon Oa. Estate Dargraln. J. RicnARDs, W. Hlckey has bought the lease and Blsoayne, at Miami, having been leased,
Lakeside, Ottawa Co., Ohio. furniture of the Sweetwater Park hotel. will not be In the system. It will be of

Llthla Springs, Oa., from H. T, Blake, Interest to golfers to know that the
*EEL Wutl,fn"T-located villa and Orange Grove for Sale Sixty dollars will take twenty-two lotala Independent Announcement. its late propiletor. Royal Victoria hotel Is to have
Joynerville addition to Tltusvllle.H. excellent golf-links on the old Fort

Sle5 J M 'D<1a,, * *" In the heart of Klssinaroee city, Florida 31. Gravniss, The appointment of Mr. John Henry Granada.Manager St.Wacbenhausen Augustine. Is of In Hotel Charlotte reservation. Tbe ground at

* bunS; **Pne"PP section; large ; 292 trees, 78 of them bearing and Orlando, Fla. to the office of treasurer by tlie Democratic Ancient CI tie, getting bis hotel again In order the St. Augustine will be finer than ever.
' oo e&" "P besMes. Mod- have a light crop on them now; a good Executive Committee, contrary to for the coming winter travel. Each of tbe other hotels of the system,
t bSt *5 ,Mld6 to1** sTrangen two-story residence oa opposite side of ;. House for Sale.A Democratic nsage, based as It was on has excellent links.TltusTllle.

1 W tw r se; boat-house and street, facing grove. A delightful home falsa and malicious rumors by some The announcement made that the
"* ''n bit !>b rrfl- <" * <> W"TJ for someone; healthiest locality In Florida gofod. substantia!, well-finished, unknown party, causes Chr. t\ Fischer Hotel Miami, Miami, would be closed Laundry.Mrs.
rtteSar,""t7 PneW, >l fc *** ; artesian and sulphur water, good nine-room, two-story house for sale InTltusvllle to come before the people as an Independent for thirty days was an error. The hotel .
school. Price only 2O0O. For better Will sell cheap if sold soon. candidate for the office of will continue, as nsnal, to receive guests.Mrs. '

W. WCKAWS, description write to C. af. Greer, Inquire on the premises.M. treasurer at the next November election. M. L. Ward, a former Geo. Cock, of Tltusvllle, Is now

Zdea, Fla. Lock Box, 377, Miami, Fla. D. L. Dodso*. Chr. W. Fischer. proprietress of Hotel Placlde, Jackson popular Srepared to. s do All laundry work guaranteed.work of everr

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SHEDDING ORANGE GROVES. | fectlve. Again, It must not be forgotten MARX.

Strong, steady nerves that protection from cold Is but a small The Mill tifeofa Lawful Wife.

Are needed for success In the Florida Agriculturist, MK W. S. part of the benefit from shedding.

Hart gives Ills somewhat discouraging All have been told "Ignorance is the Wholesale Dealers In
Mother of Crime aad that crimes are
Nerves no
Everywhere. experience In trying to protect orange What Scrofula Is. so severely punished as those committed

Depend simply solely groves with windbreaks of trees. lie gainst Nature. The court* only echo GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE...
tho voice of Nature when they affinalA ,
advocates the erection of sheds follows
as Scrofula is a disease as old as antiquity.It .
Upon the blood. has been handed down for
: generations 131 and 183 Eaat Bay Street and 6. and SNewnan Street,
Pure rich nourishing "With cypress posts, a wire frame and and Is the same to-day as In
early times. It is emphatically a
Blood feeds the a covering for top and'sides of cypress disease of the blood, and the only

nerves laths, woverj Into wire the width of a way to cure it is by purifying the ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

And makes them strong; lath apart, asor a fence, no wood except blood. Thitt Is Just what Hood's

the posts thick enough to hold moisture barsaparllla does in every case where
The great nerve tonic isHood's it Is given a faithful trial.It kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and
for all Cow
and rot, an acre can be shedded at eradicates all Impurities from the We are headquarters pen
full line of Hay Grain and Feed.
Sarsaparilla, from $300 to t*>00, according to height, blood, and cures the sores, bolls, guaranteed genuine.and Vegetables.We also carry Give a us a trial and you, will be pleased. We ai

it makes size of wire used, etc."Such > pimples and all forms of skin disease your Oranges

Because a shed-should and will last ten due to scrofula taints in the MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.cSc .
blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla has won
The blood rich and years; and, I believe, a good deal longer the grateful praise of vast numbers

Pure, giving it power with a little repairs. I, have seen thin of people by its grand and complete

cypress palings still Bound on a fence that -cures.Don't CO. ,

To feed the nerves.Hoods had stood for thirty-five years."Take allow scrofula to develop In your i, DEALERS IN '
blood. Cure It at once by taking

Sarsaparilla the outside estimate of cost, Hood's Sarsaparilla. DFMjel W123. J3 jEi.3a.ca. 31J.QL-ui.ors,

$S0O, and divide It by ten, and it shows aoost
Cures nervousness, 41T, 410 W. Kay St.,
of but $70 8
a including

Dyspepsia, rheumatism. interest on Investment, per acre for "Ignorance of the law does not excuse JACKSONVILLE, \ FLA,
guilt. It in these fundamental facts in
Catarrh, scrofula, ten years, and all paid-up at the end of the operations of natural law that make it RICH WINES create good, rl that time." possible for a woman who enters the marriage thy blood. Don't make tlie mistake i iliu
And all forms of In conversation with the proprietor of relation with the full sanction of the >lng sour poor wine because Itcheap.
Among the benefits to be derived, the the largest on Lake Worth law of the land and love of her heart, to be It is not. It lias a nasty, diugreeable
Impure blood, greatest Is the actual protection of the orange grove condemned to an awful life of servitude effect upon the s> teni, while
it was suggested that the possible annexation and suffering.Don't good wine M really not ei] tn l\e, u
trees and fruit from the cold.A tcivesyou that pulled-together,
of Cuba might seriously affect let her smile deceive you. She haa HatlsHed feeling.r .
shed such as described gives a full trained herself to bear what she looks upon vWe make a Bpeolalty of North Cmiiua
shade excopt for a few hours In the mla the orange crop of Florida. But, on as part of the burden of her state. Mountain Dew Corn W hfojkey,Uue
JACKSONVILLE'S GALA WEEK. consideration, one knows this cannot be, The underlying reason of this sad condition years old,(2JS0 per gallon.
dle of the day. No ray of sunlight strikes of affairs is ignorance. The young Parties living In Dry Towns will <
because the orange grown nearest the wall to order from us, as we can tit
tree or fruit except what little comes girl grows to womanhood ignorant of her all .
Those of our readers who were fortunate them 60 per cent on orders.y
frost line Is always the superior article, physical need* and dangers. When a word
through the sides, until the air has become | Always tend money with ordmWe
the week
enough to witness gala might save her years of suffering, modesty
and this fact alone stimulates the California will
not new accounts unlr
warm all about them. It Is hardly bids her keep silent. She loves and marries open
festivities held In Jacksonville last year to renewed and continued suitable Jacksonville reference is mmJSo
grower and enters the marriage state
upon C. U.D
will be pleased to learn that the Executive necessary to urge the protective effect of effort despite the fact that for the past with all it* obligations to the unborn, Agent Goods for*ent lndlanopolls to Drawing Dry Tom c

Committee of that fete have decided keeping direct sun's heat from rupturing handicapped by conditions that make life Brewers and Bottlers,Indiamijiolit, li..
four or five years, frost has ruined entirely a burden to herself and a menace to her
to hold the gala week this year on November the structure of fruit and tree, as everyone or partially every crop. The offspring. Hercules Malt Tonic, S3.2S per case; Clayton AS Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, 14.50 per cue.

22nd, 2.)rd, 2 ith and 25th. The knows who has given any thought what can be done to correct irregularties
tropics are too hot and the north too
resulting; from neglect, to restore the dieSlaced
which Is below this to It that an have frost -
given orange may crystals
programme, to natural and
cold, therefore the best orange must always organs a healthy con-
all through It and come out fine to back SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YAKD,
yet give
week, la a most elaborate one, and vitality to a system
where there Is of
be CatherleJ
grown danger E. Bay St., Foot of
drained disease Pftlatka, Fin.
by to re-attune the
there wilt be plenty of entertainment marketable fruit If thawed slowly, also
frost the of frost
consequently ,
and the week, f that the tree derives great protection
day night during 10,000
more or less severe, must always enter to divine melody after the year* of discord WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
will be expended In furnishing amusements from like conditions.In Into arrangements for the prosecution of ? It was the endeavor to answer these ,

and many new and novel Ideas the eleven-year-old grove already questions that grave to the world Dr. Pierce's
this Industry. Favorite Prescription, the most effective of
to be The railroads have mentioned, there are a-half dozen trees Manufacturers
are presented. The pioneer orange grower of California remedy ever compounded for the ills and
granted an unusual low fare, so all can with large, well-rounded tops capable of, ailments peculiar to the delicate feminine
and some box of paid six dollars toe every prange tree organization.By Lumber Shingles and Lath. *
actually now carrying a iA
go. Cypress
he planted, and in the dry season hauled the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription ,
The following gives the events for the fruit, while close by and all about them water for miles In wagons to keep them the drains that debilitate the ays-' ,

four days of the gala week are trees that this spring were mere sour tern are promptly stopped. Inflammation mouldings shinglei
alive. and ulceration are quickly cured. Disorders large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, ,

TUESDAY. stumps wi.h a bunch of frost-bitten The difficulty now, that irrigation Is of the womb and the organs sym. lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypretmouldings
sprouts at their tops. These six fine with it are overcome, and woman
10 a. m. Annual convention of Mayors assured, Is first, to save the crop from Esthetic i a condition where the functions of all patterns a specialty.

and Councilmen cities of Florida. bearing trees are profitable right now, being frozen or chilled, as the chilling of nature are her pleasure as well as her When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.
the others almost as far from that condition privilege. In this condition children are
3 p. m. Parade of Are, police, street destroys the flavor, the question to be born without anxiety as almost without
and of and as when all were first set, eleven pain. The elasticity imparted to the
sanitary department city, exhibition settled by orange growers thinking that organs
years ago. What makes the difference ? of parturition practically doe* away with

8 mi by Fantastic Are department.. Simply that the few had the protection orange growing In its conditions here Is the panga which of childbirth. Vitality is imparted THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company
p. parade.WEDNESDAY. somewhat akin to Its Paclflo conqueror.We makea the nursing of the
of palmetto trees left when clearing the child a delight instead of a drain, and the
land. Ilad all had this protection the present the devices employed therein robust child sharing the strength of the
10 ft. m. Annual convention State the past five years to contend with mother grows day by day in health and
Good Roads Association.11a. grove would be a very profitable one at the frost enemy. beauty. Contrast this plain statement of Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
fact with the condition of
this time. Without protection the present so many women ,
m. Annual convention Travelers' Smudging was first resorted to damp who anticipate motherhood, worn-out, Buffering
condition may continue indefinitely. fearful, anxious, bringing children
Protective Association. saturated with
straw petrolium
This kind of protection Is far less perfect was into the world with reluctant suffering and Yitrifled Paring and Sidewalk Brick.
8 p. m. Bicycle races. than was burned at Intervals through the rearing them painfully through a sickly
would be
8 p. m. Historical and allegorical parade. shedding while there grove. This was discontinued because childhood. Can any words speak for Dr.Pierce's .
are the disadvantages, first, of the competition Favorite Prescription like these
of the roots of the palmettoes it bleached the trees and made the fiuitunmarketable. facta that are part of the sum of public 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 2CJ.
knowledge and testified toon both aides of
THURSDAY. that have a good appetite for fortydollar the Atlantic by hundreds of thousand* of K. MUNNERLYN, General Manafier.ST .
One of the most -Interesting- features fertilisers,; and second, the trash and Another scheme was plowing furrows women ? "Thank God for Dr. Pierce's Favorite
for of This Prescription has been the heartfelt
streams running water.
of the Gala Week festivities, to be held fine dirt falling from the palmettoes, cry of many

In Jacksonville, Thanksgiving woek, will that encourage tho growth of scale Insects was expensive and injured the trees. A WOMAN RELEASED I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of

be the Peace Jubilee, whloli will be celebrated In many Instanoes to a disastrous Another scheme was smudging with by its mesns from the results of ignorance
crude petrolium ignited by benzine. and neglect. There is no longer any reason
on Thanksgiving morning, degree. At DeLand, Orlando and other why women should endure the suffer -+ HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4*

Thursday, Nov. 24. The programme places throughout the state subject to a The Copley method was a basket of ing which they have almost come to regard
coal Ignited by oil suspended In each tree.A as the heritage of their sex. Women who
will celebrate the triumph of our arms low temperature, sheds have enablod the have failed to find help for their disorders, Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware,GraIteware

in the war with Spain and will befittingly pineapple growers, with the assistance stand pipe that would shower or who have not found the "Favorite Preacription doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice crew
trees continuously was proven unpracticable. to work a* quickly a* they de- freezers meal stoves Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tooi
represent the restoration of peace and of small fires to carry the tender, troploal ire are invited to write to the Doctor him Quick gasoline ,
the glorious unity of our nation. It will pineapple and Its fruit through self. Write without fear and without fee. plows and harrows, paints and oils, Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netw

Canvas that could be rolled up, and There ia no charge for such consultation. and barbed wire,
be held In Riverside park, where a largo freezes that have killed even old, large communications

platform will be erected, and the entire orange trees, unprotected, to the ground.If let down was tried, but a system of electric All sacred confidence, and are the absolutely cure given held doea in Harrison Bros* Ready Mixed. Paints.

programme of the morning, will be as we need build fires why build sheds ? bells oould not summon the men not involve"local "treatments" and "examinations Please "Write me for Prices. i re p ctltuy ,?ll',,1t rLI', '
to at which the natural modesty tloniof Mail and Careful Attention, and
follows s soon enough prevent damage. your patronuKe. Orders given lTouipt
: Why not trust to the fires alone ? The of every woman revolts.A pricea answered promptly,

0:40 Procosslon will form at the foot beds will furnish ample protection Inmost Now the trees are roofed with canvas rail oift tTo 3VE. DEL <3H.XJ33I3IX.WekPalm .

of Market street and proceed to the cases and delay the starting of and lath, and the cost Is four hundred every reader of this paper who will send
name and address with the Fla
stamps to defray Beach
park. FJoats representing Peace and growth In the spring to a safe date, as dollars an acre. With this course the cost of mailing only, Dr. R. V. Pierce will send ,

War, and different scenes of the late the palmetto trees have done for the few crop ia absolutely sure. E. II. S. his" The great Common work on Sense horae-trretmeut Medicsl Adviaer of disease," It,is

conflict with Spain. trees near them, but when Tropical Sun. plainly written to be intelligible to man, woman
.greatest extremes
or child.* It is essentially practical. It is full of
10:00: National salute of one hundrodguns. come and fires are "required the hygienic hints which put the reader in the path
Clever Trick.It of the short cut to health. Over seyen hundred Magnolia Grocery.
sheds assist very materially In confining illustrate the teat of this great work. .

I I Ift 10:10: Grand chorus of, one hundred the warm air and making small fires efManklnd certainly looks Jlke It, but there Is t you in want the "Common send Sense Medical Adviser"
paner-oovera cents in
ai ,
stamps Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
really no trick about it. Anybody can
voloes. to cover the coat of mailing only. Or send 31
try It who has lame back'and weak kidneys cents in stamps for the same book handsomely
10:30: Oration; "Our Nation In Peace needs malaria or nervous troubles. We and World's strongly bound in cloth. Address the STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
and a herald, like Dispensary Medical Association.
War" by some orator of national the heralds of mean he can cure himself right away by Main Street, Buffalo, U. Y. JCatahrh
taking Electrio Bitters. This medicine
reputation. old pound.
proclaim Butterlne, 14cts. per
tones up the whole system, acts as a
11:15 Orand oonoert by the Gala so that
may hear, the stimulant to liver and kidneys, Is a blood Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you
Week band and chorus.11i00 Turtles In The Bahamas.
vital importance ofhealth. purifier and nerve tonic It cures constipation 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Tableaux by all the schoolchildren The
arerte headache, fainting spells,
of Jacksonville In a brilliant thinks( man it of to-day sleeplessness, melancholy. It Is purely The shallow seas around the Bahama Telephone No. 253.
peotaoular representation of the various Ma dirnity to bother vegetable, a mild laxative, and restores Islands abound with turtles, and turtle

aboutit hi* health until the system to Its natural vigor. Try shell valued locally at
3,000 was
events of the war: First, the storming exported
ia Electrio Bitters and be convinced that
(one. Even then
of San Juan LIU; 2nd, the army sleeps he only takea measures they are a miracle worker. Every bottle last year from the colony, says EASY RIDING.

In the trenches; 3rd, the white flag of to restore it in an indifferent guaranteed. Only 5o() a bottle at F. S.Chaffee's the London Dally Telegraph. The edible
contemptuous drng store. turtle Is known All the time and speed when you
hoisted as "green" one and
truce; 4th, the flag over Santiago aort of way. want It Is a great feature of"Still

; 0th, groups representing Cuba, Men cannot learn Is also plentiful in these waters. When
too Boon that health Change of Steamboat Schedule. smalt ones are caught they
Porto Rico, and the Philippines; 0th, ia the moat important are deposited

Illustrating the United States, England thine in life la In large ponds known as "crawls,"

and 7th drills and feet, ia life. Without Commencing Monday next, Oct. 10th, where, after having been branded with
Japan; faaoy maneuvers it the moat brilliant the steamer St. Augustine, of the I. It.A Here are some Keating points for your consideration:
; 8th, General Lee and his staff; 0th, man will be a failure, B. B. I. N. Co.. will leave Tltusvllle their owner's mark, they are left to feed

emblems of peace and good will to man.FRIDAY. and the most robust Mondays and Wednesdays at 5:90 p. rn., upon a particular kind of marine grass The Frame makes ItSTRON'G.
man will rapidly bea arriving at St. Lucie River Tuesdays and until they have attained a marketable .
physical wreck. The man who size. Turtle meat sells In the local
neglect* the little headaches, the loas of Thursdays. Leave St. Lucie River Tuesdays The Construction makes It
markets 8d.
at pound of live
10 a. m. Military parade. and per weight,
and Thursdays, arriving at Tltusvllle
appetite Bleep, nervousness, hot flushin that DURABLE.
and it Is probable an
3 p. m. Athletlo sports. *;*, cold chill*, heavy head, lax muscles, Wednesdays and Saturdays. enterprise for
the of
and the multitude of bad feeling preparation a concentrated form The
8 Fireworks. are Bearings give
p. m. of turtle such as has been ItSPEED.
the heralds of approaching; sickness and soup, recently
disease, must pay tremendous penalty. In the head is cured by established in Jamaica, would prove a .
For men who suffer in thla Tlood's Sarsaparilla which eradicates
Cuban OrUM. way there isgo profitable undertaking. The Double Roller Chain
medicine equal to Dr. Pierce'* Golden from the blood the scrofulous taints that IT FWUp
Medical Discovery. It sharpens the ap cause it, soothing and rebuilding the MAKES

Though Key West Is supposed to beIn ,petite, corrects all disorders of the dlgestion delicate and diseased tissues.Hood's Millions Given Away.It hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track
invigorate* the liver, makes the assimilation
Florida, one get* nothing In the market of the food perfect, purifies the is certainly gratifying to the publioto <* HaS N
but Cuban oranges. They are at blood and enriches it with the life-giving Pills are the only pills to take know of one concern In the land who Send for Catalogue. EWUKEATING
element* that build new, healthy flesh. It with Hood's Sarsaparilla. Cure all liver afraid to be
their best in December, but still, as a is the Ills. are not generous to the
(reat blood-maker and flesh-builder.
whole, they are thicker skinned and It cures o4 per cent, of all caaea of consumption needy and suffering. The proprietors WHEEL COMPANY,

more Inspld than Florida oranges, although remedies for and nervous ia the troubles.best of Thousand all known* Don't think the girl who counts on of Dr. King's, coughs New and Discovery colds, have for given consumption Miildletown, Conn.Bucklen's .

he tesUmomy from Key West may have told, over their own signatures, the her fingers ever overlooks the engagement away over ten million trial bottles of

possibly be a little prejudiced. The stem tori** of the wonder* it haa performed. finger. Chicago News. this great medicine; and have the satisfaction Arnica Salve.
Honest dealers will not urge a substitute of knowing it has absolutely No Cure 2fo Pay.
ends of most of them, even then, are almost for the sake of a little extra profit.Tboraaa Black and white lace la a popular cured thousands ot hopeless oases. Asthma The best '
devoid of juioe, and It is hard to Fletcher, * Clifton station, Fairfax combination. successful bronchitis hoarseness and all diseases Salve In the wor d for cuts, That Is the way all druggist* :
Co. Vs. A very style Isa bruises, sores ulcers TO.m
writes: "I suatred terrible tortures salt rheum, fever GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL
find a Florida orange In December'thatIs year* with ,ratraivi* > not juicy from one end to the other.By stomach). I then took sia bottles oTDr.Pierce'* surely cured by It. Call on F. S. Chaffee corns, and all skin for Malaria, Chills and Fever. *""
the months of April and May the eared Golden Medical 1* Discovery, which completely Itself and a collar of white lace. and get a trial bottle free. Regular size uveiy corea pile, eruptions, and posil simply Iron and Quinine in a tart
me. or no requlrod. Adults profit
pay form. Children love It.
Cuban becomes as tasteless BOo and bottle
as $1.00.
orange Every guaranteed, It Is guaranteed **
When the bowel to give Price,
are regular the body perfect satlafac tonics.
to bitter
the Florida after the freeseOf nauseating
1800. oranges will feel good and the mind will be active. WANTED thla stats to mamure onr bnsineaa Per In or price tion or money refunded. Price 25c.

Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet* cure coosdpattoa. their own aad nearby count!**. It ta mainly box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee, druggist. sWlft
One little "Pellet* 1* a gentle offlo* work conducted at homo. Salary straight so gently o'er me stealing," as Figures never lie, but after
Man proposes and then goes home laxative, sad two a mild cathartic. They two a year and expense* dsflnite, bonande, no the man remarked who heard a burglar [ be Induced
wondering how he managed to make ever gripe. All good dealers *ell theas more,no leas salary. Monthly STB. Kaf erenoa*. Remember the Advocate, Titus manipulation they may
at work in the above him. *
and Knclna*salf-adiiroised stamped envelops, Her room Comic TOe, does all kinds that ssi
such a fool of himself. have aotaiag else "Just as good." of lob printing. Give prevaricate to .an extent
bert S. Hess, Pre*.,Dept,M,Chioago. Cuts. ns a share of your wort] the purpose."i .

new" ""nn jv tv:1: ''.'.''"riffia" i?* 'j''.ni i1 nu"'jin""""!" *TJ1'BT10tyl'lW! "U Wja

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Vary Neeesa.ry Adjunct to the MaderaMan4

as graham, WHEREAS, the ordinances of the Town of fwarIf Tim Legislature of 1807, nndrr Manufacturers of
require that an annual Election i ISMS, of the Bute of
Paul Jones in guise wanders
of oflloers iu and for the Said town shall ghostly The following letter from T. M. Richards Florida, did p as three Joint Resolutions
a.ttornets-at-i aw, be held on theFOURTH around the warships of our new proH| >slng Amendments to the Constitution of Yellow Pine Lumber

MONDAY IN OCTOBER navy, be must see many surprising aucessories of Poca Itatone, Fla., to Land Commissioner the State of Florida,and the same were agreed ,
From 10 to 12 to tiy a vole of three-fifths of all the members
i..fck Boubs: 4 a. m., of each year..Now to the fighting and working J, E. Ingraham, of the Florida elected to each House: that the vote on said BOUGH DRESSED
and 2 to p. m.Titusviixb. therefore, I, Minor 8. Jones, President forces as organized in his day. One East Coast Railway, will prove of Interest Joint Resolutions were entered upon their respective
Brevard Co., Florida.ITIUpnujtK" of the Hoard of Aldermen and Acting Mayor of Journals, m(tli the yeas and nays thereon Orange Box Heads,
said town, do hereby give notice that novel and neoessary addition to tho crew to fruit growers throughout the ,and they did determine and direot that the
is the said Joint Resolutions he aubuiitted to the Fruit A Vegetable Crate*.
of of the time
AN ELECTION a warship present
In U h oourta state and fed WILL BE HELnon state :
Klortors of the Slate at the General Klectlon InNovomber.
Lumber dollvered at of Indian River
diver. The importance of
the Fourth Monday of October,A D1808, the "Referring to our conversation respecting .lMiiH. on through bill of lading. Anyone contemplating
'J" r.rnoilitle| lor examining and perfeot'undtitle same being theTWENTYFOURTII this individual to the welfare of a warship Now, therefore,I, John L.Crawford,Secretary building on the East Coast,would do well to
,, *. DAY OF OCTOBER has been amply shown during.the protection against frost for vegetables of State of the State of Florida, do herohy give write for prices. The Sawmill Is situated on the
1808, and pineapples. I would suggest notice that a J., T. & K. W, lty., 9 miles south of Palatka.
at the Court House, (there being no town hall) recent operations against the Spanish GENERAL ELECTION

fDfOB S. JONES, of in the the said Town of Tlcusrille, for the election fleets. Speed has been tho most important the plan commonly in use, and very will he held In each county In Florida, on Tuosiluy Satsuma Hlghts, Putnam co., Fla.

One Mayor.following oillctrs, to-witi point iu the maneuvering during successfully so, Iu paits of Carolina and next auooeeding the llrst Mondny In November

One Mumhal. the of the and this A. O,lHim, the said Tuesday being the
ATTORNETATLAW.rnrsviixE opening events war, Virginia, as follows : In the Fall, some

One One Cleric Colleotor and of ex-ollloio Taxes. Treasurer and Asses has rendered it necossary for our ships weeks before danger of cold, one should EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, Choice . .

brevard co., fla. sor of Taxes, and to be in the best possible trim for fast a of sawdust from for the ratification or rejection of the said Joint WinesLiquors
secure supply
Three Aldermen. Resolutions proposing Amendments to the Constitution
County Judge of Brevard County.L. And that said Election shall lie hold accord work, as, owing to the lack of drydockato the mills. Around each Held of not of the State of Florida, as follows, ylsi i and Cigars.
ing to the provisions of Chapter No. 4.128, of the enable as to clean the foul bottoms
Laws or Florida.I more than four acres' area (and two ARTICLE XII. Guaranteed Pure..Sold .
of vessels when off
our they come a long
further give notice that J. O. Fries, C. R. acres is better), the'sawdust should be Section 13, of Article XVI, shall bo ami Is
Stewart and M. K. it has been to send at reduced
GAULDEN, English are appointed judges voyage, necessary amended so as to read us follows i iBRCTION
f' said of saiil election.In election. and J. P. Goldsmith clerk of divers down to do tbe work as best they deposited, In conical piles, forty feet IS. The sureties upon the official prioe*

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my could.It apait, and two bushels of sawdust In bonds of all State,County and municipal ollloers Imported *,
shall lie residents of, anil have euftlulent visible
hand anil oaused the seal of said town to be has not been done well, but it ha* each heap. These heaps should be property unencumbered within the State, not Tokay Wine,
attlxed this
In ill the Courts of the day of September A D
State 18U8.
mil Florida,and the United States Courts.p [Seal] MINOR S. JONES, been the best kind of substitute that placed all the way around each lot, as good exempt their from bonds sale under i and leural the sureties process,upon to make the from Italy,

0.Box,235. TITC8VIIXE, FLA. Attest I Acting Mayor.S. could be found for the proper article. the wind may shift to any quarter. otilolal bonds of all county anil municipal ollloers
Loan. O. VANLANDINOIIAM The submarine divers are able only to shall reside within the county where their John B. Togni
Money ,
18 When the thermometer shows danger of principals upon anoli bonds reaulo, anil shall

Clerk. scrape away the barnacles and seaweed, frost, at 3 o'clock in the morning let men nave suHloient visible and unencumbered prop, Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay St*
and even then they are so handicapped erty in such county, that la not exempt from
GOLDSMITH the heaviness and nnhandinoss of take cans of common kerosene and go to sale under legal pmoess to make (rood tholr liability JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
by ,
such bonds Providod,"That
on ; duly
\\i NOTICE OF ELECTION.To their dress that it is impossible to do each alternate heap, make a little opening organised ind responalb Guaranteo or any Surety Wholesale anil Retail......

the work in any but a clumsy and incomplete in the top of the heap, pour in one or Company business, either In foreign or domeatlo, lawfully
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW doluK this State, may become and be
way. two tablespoons of kerosene, and set iton accepted as surety on all such oiuclul bonds."

the Sheriff of Brevard County, of But, good or bad, the diver has become fire. It will not blaze much, but by ARTICLE XIII. The Largest and Most Complete
itusrllle, Florida.J. the State of Florida: a part of the ship'screw. Establishment South.S. .
necessary giving a little time for tbe oil to spread
Section 35,of Article V,of the Constitution of
KNOW YE, that I, John L. Crawford, Sec Many warships carry one or more before filing, the sawdust will smoulder the State of Florida, Is hereby ameuded so as to GEO. HACKER
of State of the State of Florida, do trained divers. He must be possessed ofan read as follows i .
WEBB, hereby give notice that a and burn slowly until it Is all consumed,
exceptionally strong constitution, SECTION 89. No courts other than herein
GENERAL all the while forth volumes shall be established In this State,
ELECTION and, above all, without tbe slightest sending of specified except
that the Legislature clothe Railroad
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, will lie held In Brevard County,State of Florida, tendency to any heart weakness. thick smoke, which will protect the Commission with Judicial may Powers any In all

la the Courts of the on Tuesday next succeeding the First Monday foot tbe diver descends the from the direct of the matters connected with the f unotlons of their
Will practice 7thireuit. in November,A.L>. lsiM, the said Tuesday being Every plants rays sun, ottlce.

Taxes paid for nonresidentsid the greater, of course, becomes the pressure, and prevent them from scalding until ARTICLIC, XIV.

rents and accounts collected.itusvtlle EIGHTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, and at the deepest descent made namely
frost is slowly drawn out."In .
Add the following asIII. Section 34, of Article
Florida. For One Representative of the Second ConresHlnnal 200 feet tho pressure is as much us many Instances It has been demonstrated -, .
? i>lstriot of the State or Florida In 88 pounds to tbe square inch. It is, SECTION 34. Immediately upon the Int.cume .
he Flf ty-slxth Congress of the United States. however, only rarely that it is necessary that the sun was responsible for penohment of any olllcer by' the n< uf Rep.
0. FRIES C. E. For One Justice of the Supreme Court of the tbe damage done after freezing. Wherever renentatlves, he shall be disqualified from performing
State of Florida, for full term. to go to such depths as this, but any of the duties of liiaotiloe until ao-

For One Justine of the Supreme Court of the even working in shallow water most there was shade through the forenoon quitted by tho Senate, and the Governor, In
COUNTY SURVEYOR. State of Florida, for unexpired term of I). 8. such case,shall at once appoint an Incumbent
suffer at first and no plants were Injured. This Is
Llddon, resigned. men very severely to till such olllce pending the Impeachment pro

Land legally surveyed and subdivided.ipping For One Treasurer of the State of Florida. emerge from their diving suit with also the case among the orange groves. ceedings.Governor, the In case President of the of Impeachment the Senate, or In of case the

For Two Railroad Commissioners for the term racking head'and bleeding from the This plan has proved extremely successful of the death, resignation or Inability of the.
neatly done. Estimates for of Four Years. nose and ears. In truth, every time he President of the Senate, the Speaker of the
where tried. It is
For One Railroad Commissioner for the term of very cheap protection House ot Representatives shall aot as Governor MANUFACTURERS OFDoors.
kinds of engineering works. Waited descends the diver takes his life in hi*
Two Years. and does not require muoh work.In pending Impeachment proceedings against
lines a specialty.TU8VILLE For One Member of the House of Representa hand, for anything going wrong with the Governor. Sash Blinds,
our plneijes, laid off as they are In The votes oast In onuipllanoa with said pro- ,
tives of the State of Florida. the air supplying gear would plaoe him amendments Bmj
tn6 declare-
Brevard Co., Flobida."EORGE For Tax Assessor. in a very hopeless position. beds, the small heaps of/sawdust could l returns thereof, shall Im subjeoted tohe Moulding & Building Material;

For Tax Collector. The diving apparatus in use in bur be placed at the corner of each bod, and tl same regulations and restrictions as are
!rovlded by law for General Elections In therosed
For County Treasurer. navy is a costly affair. The method of one series out of four or five burned at a 6 tate of Florida.nrThe Office A Warerooms, King opposite

W. ALLEN, For Public Three Instruction.Members of the County Board of its working is simple. A long coil of time, leaving a supply by alternating law attention of the Sheriff Is caller! to Cannon Street.Charleston .,
the requiring him to cause a Notice of said
For Justice of the Peace In and for the following tubing supplies tbe diver with oxygen, fires for the next nip." Election to be publlsned In a newspaper printed
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Justice Dlstrlots, viz i No. 8, No. 5, No. 6, and by means-of a coil of rope attached In the county, If there be a paper In the county, S. C.
No. 10, No. 11, No. U, No. 1J, No. IS, No. 17, and If there be no paper published in the ,
7 West, Florida. No. 18, No. 10, No.20,No. 21. to his person he can signal by pulls to Deafness Cannot be Cured county,he shall cause at least Ave copies ot this
For Constable In and for the following Justice the surface andbo raised when the Notice to be posted In the most publio places in Sash Weights Cord and

Till practice In the United States Districts, via i No. 8, No.4, No 5, No.6, No. 7, work is done. To descend the diver has By local applications, as they cannot the oounty.IN ,
1 State Courts. No.8, No. 10, No. 11, No. 12. No. 13 No. 14 TESTIMONY
QjunOSR. reach the portion of the ear. There Is WHEREOF, I have hereunto
No. IS,No. 10, No. 17,No. 18,No. 19.tP" of course to be heavily weighted. The set my hand and attlxed the Great Seal of Hardware.
The attention of the Sheriff Is called to weights carried on breast and back only one way to cure deafness, and' that the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital,
the law requiring him to cause a Notice of said la by constitutional remedies. Deafness this tbe 30th day of July, 1HU8.L. .
weigh some pounds while the Window
\ F. H. HOUGHTON, Election to be published In a newspaper printed heavy Is oaused by an inflamed condition of [ S.] JOHN L. CRAWFORD, and Fancy Glass
In the county, if there be a paper in the county, leather boots with their leaden soles the lining of tbe Eustachian
mucous of State,
and if there oe no paper published in the oounty weigh another 30 pounds. The weight of Secretary A SPECIALTY.D6 .
he shall cause at least Ave copies of this Tube. When this tube is Inflamed you To Joseph P. Brown,Sheriff Brevard County.
DENTIST.ytona Notice to be posted In the most publio places In the helmet, which is ingeniously fitted have a rumbling sound or imperfect

the county.IV with valves to allow the vitiated air to hearing, and when It Is entirely closed,

Florida.ALPU hereunto TESTIMONY set hand WHEREOF and affixed, I hare the escape, is no less than 40 pounds,, and deafness is the result, and unless the Inflamation YEARS'EXPERIENCE

[L. 8J Oreat Seal of my the State of Florida, at to this must be added the weight of can be taken out and this tube What the English Navy Want*.

Tallahassee, the Capital, this the 26th the rubber dress itself and the weight restored to Its normal condition, hearing One of the moat important points in

) E. SiMITH, M. D. day of August, 1808. of the heavy underolothing worn by the will be destroyed forever; nine cases out any navy is the battle training, the education

JOHN L. CRAWFORD, diver.He. of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is iu strategy and tactics, given. Itis

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.xUllBt sep2 nov4 Secretary of State.To is not'a prepossessing sight, nothing but an Inflamed condition of the practically certain that our English

J. P.Brown, Sheriff,Brevard County. this monster with the huge headdress mucous surfaces. fleets will have to face constant night
We will One Hundred Dollars for
In Genital, Urinary an Rectal and the glaring eyos, but his usefulness any case of give deafness (oaused by catarih) attacks by hostile torpedo boats at the TftADK Marks

Diseases. Victoria and Abdications is immeasurable. Philadelphia Times. that cannot be cured by Hall'* Catarrh outset of war. Yet We do not practice OcaiaNM

Located at Flaclde Hotel, There are not only pecuniary and Cure. Send for circulars; free.F. these'' things in our maneuvers, rarely Cot>v noHTa Ac

constitutional difficulties in the ofabdication. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.BjTSold even in onr standing squadrons, though
thcothae, Flobida.nenpple way 73o. week after week the French Mediterranean
by diugglsts,
The queen, however, ta not Baa Its Compensations."I .
and northern fleets rehearse suohexercises. sent free, Oldest apenoyjor seourlnejiatents.tlnnsstrlotlyo .
only queen of Great Britain and Ireland notice there's a good deal of ague Patent* taken thronah Munn ACsjhkHoI

she is also of India reign, in this of the noHot, without olitrae, In the
Orange and Lemon empress part country, said tbe One Danger.He .
A British
distinguished offloer
ing sovereign over more Moslems than tourist, who had stopped at the farnv shook hi* head despondently. Caj.tain Scientific Jfntcricatt.A .
Land For Sale Cheap. May, not very long ago wrote two
the Grand Turk and of Africans house for drink
more a of water. "That's
a "It begins to look to me,"he said, remarkable tactics handsomely Illustrated weekly, faraest etr.
and Asiatics than other civilized papers on concluding dilation of solentlUq journal. Terms.* myaari
any great drawback. It unfits a man for "a if whatever any
money Indemnity we with foor month ,tl. Bold by all newsdealers.t .
lave an appeal to authority to establish *
for Bale 80 acres of pineapple monarch. Abdication would be misunderstood work entirely, does it not?" get from the Spaniards would not do a*
don St. Lucie river, a few miles be- a tactical school or college answering
by most, misrepresented by "Gener'ly it does, said the sallow good."
Eden 40 of which any to the French higher naval school and
being northeast and resented all of them.
some by woman who had handed him a tin cup."Still "Why not?"
iter of northeast quarter of section Death tbey know a living rnler they when John has similar Institutions in Germany and the
a right hard fit "I have an idea that Admiral Cervera
township 38, south of range 41 east; United States. Hi* appeal ha* sofas
understand. What is abdication to the of the shakes
other 40 Is the northeast quarter we fasten the churn dasher will get it all book in damage* for libel Vrtvfi ftySfr. iyn/vl/cU/1
border tribes of the Hindoo-Koosb to to him and he been fruitless. A* a nation we are apt yipJW
outlieast quarter of section 8 brings the butter inside on account of the piotures of him that

whip 38, south of range 41 east. the lake dwellers of Nyassaland, Uganda of 15 minutes." Chicago Tribune. have been printed in some of tbe paper to despise knowledge' and to believe that*' RUBBER J TAMPS rwHYNor haveyduiTL'stflMI

he above land can be bought for $10ure. or the fierce tribesmen of the Sudan? *." Chicago Post* somehow or other' tout se dobrouillora L WI'HKQONEfY' QUICK
I r.! It is suitable for pineapple, From an imperial standpoint a scepter on the day of battle. Confidence in ourselves CHEAP AND(RClLIABLtIrilP

"le? lemon or lime growing. dropped from the hand of the great is good and wholesome, bat II FIRM ST dlrtlW*'

Jill be sold in lots of 40 acres, for white queen oau be borne aloft in her should not lead na to forgot the fact X/tLe1 SEALS SBASS.tHECKSI

" This land will soon be worth $50 lifetime by no successor. In many parts that science has a way of taking a terrible

acre.Pply. of the,world the British raj is personified Woman's Mysterious His. revenge npou those who despise I BIGGEST PLAN
to C. n. Walton, Advocate her. II. W. Wilson In
r ;or to Robbing A Graham Tltustf in the little lady who 60 years ago Fortnightly" Be- ''iNTHESaUTH

said to those who told her that she was Explanation of thnr natur* by Dr. Hariman, who tells how to curt thorn*. view*

a queen, "I will be good." In some Ke Remain* of Oaa Cotton'Vletlins.A .

of India she is actually worshiped
gentleman at Baloigh tbe otbef
''i 7F fKVEUAL TRUSTWORTHY rer- as a goddess. In her lifetime the native
: evening waa being congratulated
' in trim state to manage our business in races of the empire will either look to OUNG by a WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.i .
mn ami nearby counties. It Is mainly friend on having secured a government
*work oi.niliiotetf the as their rnler or they will
at home. queen
Salary straight
'rearanil contract for <00,000 worth of gun cot
expenses definite, bonaflile, jioilJE,1lr assume that something has happened
>'' Monthly sT*. References ton. The possessor of the contract did
1"'*"'1 amie.l HerHow that saps and neutralizes British power.
not to be
it greatly elated."It .
rnwt., Dopt.if,Chioago. These imperial considerations as to the women are constantly pua>- very "
is a dangerous business he said
efface on Asiatics and Africans were sled about their health. Indeed ,

also in the minds of the ministers when female trouble* puzzle all "and, though the profits seem large,
when consider tbe risk connected
they unanimously refused to advise the women. Older women have
with the production of the
queen to rest from the crushing burden experience, but few posses* explosive

of the crown. Harper's Magazine. knowledge of the subject. The they are none too exorbitant. 'My firm raauverrouttirf JKor, Aip o.titljriwo &
will make probably a net profit of f 10000 ,- ni *B t wttCurtiN" *>. bH LotlVlUIMri
i periodical suffering is painful.It umlaloa Ijoatft***** &*
Household Brevities. Is on this order from the government, l m* r3r* WMti.. )-*
accompanied by many mndall tfert* of *#// a/iuM or mmmmi n4yoa
1133.OTTON. When croquette mixtures are too weto varying sensations that distress. but before the stuff is delivered we may iruHMeretio'U Ward. Off n.utnitr ml tfionmimptton.

mold and shape, pnt in more choppet How much of this i* necessary have two or three men killed, and we bPrinrt rt irlBfi>leUIii lrapo tar wortfaliffS ft/ntifc. InnUturi iib.ttliut bW on
have, of course, to make a cash settle* fnrf 1 KIC.VE.*' MKUVKJOH, or Mn mWft meat oafish, or in a desperate case flue is a matter of guesswork. The Can bfl c rri i<) la poolietv.FnPMd pi win wratp
bread crumbs. whole is inent with their families."Men *r. *1 pr box. or m to* wltte A. f*> ulT j
ly pounded question shrouded in who \VH t a Ua r>at ia Cltir rn f.al !.
Seine twines. Somebody says that chocolate I professional mystery. are destroyed by an explosion
of gun cotton are blown Into
I* greatly improved by adding a teaspoonful / Dr. ,IIartman'a book for women.
Perfect sturgeon twins of strong ooffee just before serving I called "Health and Beauty," treats fragments, there being nothing left of Sold by J, D. Screven, only.Royaltansy .
the remain for
//ABIE burialIt amount* to
CORD these
matter with
8 and MACRAME, delicacy, and at
Pineapples, either cooked or raw, art
the same time with clearness. Write complete physical annihilation. Bnt the

|EM0RYJ0HNSONow l recommended to people with weal to the Pe-m-na Medicine Company, Columbus, O., for it: It is mailed free. It danger*of tbe business do not deter people

M00DUS, CONNli&ff throats.If la a practical printed talk to women.. Dr. Hartman define* women'* disease*a* from engaging in it, and competition pills

'apple* are cored before peeling, catarrh and tell* how Pe-ra-na cure* them.Mrs. 1* a* keen in that line a* any other

they are not so likely to break. C. C. Naeve, 38o Morrison St., Portland, Ore., write* as follows: Industry." Washington Post.Japsta'a JIIWnHOOVBBT.A aw,rMlaeie aiwl e MCVKKrAtL f relaaf Cur sup.presiisif. *..

The colder are the quicker they Pt-ru-na Mtdicint Co Columbus O eksmwlve, e nt*> or psinftrtawnwaHkia
eggs , Mow as**ay m f will froth. D ab Srns: "I began to take Pe-ra-na when I lived in Sis* lnvliformt th onraiu* It*.
The Columbus O. In Orea* Steel
best 1887, Flaws. wmm mf SaM* vMie fSMlessfM,* I1 Tr
Melted hotter will not make a good and have used it ami the Man-a-lin erer since whenever I needed medicine. I 1 pap r. a* p r bus, small bus el. nss
Japan now
building steel
hare never found an equal to Pe-ru-na for a great al 4 In plain wrapper. Ssmt Sa In
""' regulating the menses, and before I camps for rtlaular Hol4 br l *al
Tt. ""wi> r terry's. eake. plant. Tbe works will cost $10,000,000 p
1 rr began to take it I was never regular and always had more or lea* pain. I had ** -
rvt" lrMMl" nown I and will be into OACAaSUCIATIeN. Ohlnwe, ilk
a. > ,,, to pUu4 tried many different medicine* before I saw Pe-ru-na but without access." put operation within

Wired Olasa. There i* nothing mysterious about theaction of Pe-ru-na. It three* years. The product of tbe plant Sold by J. B. Screven, only.The .

: pUu4rry's Wire rolled glass is ona of the most "eure-alV but It cure* catarrh wherever located, and there be catarrh Is not In a' for tne first year will be almost exclusively
may '
recent inventions. The glass, which is of the steel rails' and probably wato
any organ body, a* all are lined with maeone membrane.Mrs. .
of inch thick' steel plate* for ship*. Boiler plates bar Aotooatk la still '
St"U.II exactly one-quarter an giving away,
contains in the center a wire netting, with catarrh V.. a Mehl and a,B04 Walnut la St.,Colombia.Pa.says; I hare been troubled steel and structural iron will follow inorder. free, tobacco seed of the finest grade.
soreness bowel
my *for several year*. I tried everythioir This steel Call and get some with Instructions fov
plantwhich will be
the meshes of which are a trifle less that was recommended. I tried Pe-ru-na and ,
sal happy to say that I am It
** now situated at Yawatamora of cultivation.
than one inch in diameter. Consequently entirely well a town

u wth# brat.rs l < the wire doe* not obscure the light Dr. Hartanaa'a adviee may,be had without about 10,000 Inhabitant*, is on tbe ex.treme .
charge by woman who will
"I the and wire rolled glass will resist fire for write for it. Hi* book on Chronlo Catarrh 1* also mailed free.any It northern end cf tbe Island oiKtubiu
explain* the All communication for tbla
as long a time as an equal thickness ofIron. danger of local treatment. All druggists sell Pe-ru-na. This island, according to reports should paper
be addressed
1* rich in coaL San Francisco AdvocatkTitusvllle

... tf Ask any druggist for a free Pe-ra-na Almanac for the year 1800. Chronicle. attention., Fla." This will Insure Immediate

J'.CJ--*., jt tetit< *dSftofatim. ft sj H 'j ,** ... W4 ;*ji& || ? *
V T ir* "*-***' *

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-f IHDIAK RIYER ADVOCATE. 4AWI1KLT The evacuation of Porto Rico price. It has a rival in beetaugar, Banyan.E. SAVE MONEY And Boy From **

by Spain is now complete, and the but that industry abroad has

JOOMAI. DSVOTBD TO TUB DBTSIcOPMBMT United States has taken formal thriven by the bounties alone paid Stewart and C. Hopkins, of Bovine,
of that Island and adjacent by foreign governments. Can it
OT TBI IHDIAH UVBB, UII possession were seen here on Sunday.
WORTH AHD B1HOAYNS BAT SBOTIOHS. islets. Let us settle the stand when these great producing Joel Scott drew the lucky number in

Cuban and Philippine questions islands come under the control of the gun raffle last week. Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits
American American
PUBLISHED EVEBT FBIDAT.Obablbi now. capital, methods The dance at Gilbert Hall was well attended ,

The, doubt and American has led economies 1 on Friday evening last. Meal and Cotton Seed MeaJ.
H. Waltok, Editor & Proprietor.Di.oontlnuanoe to theorizing,
Tbxbe are now but two candidates Bountiful rains have fallen here lately,
for the office of assessor of and already there is some uneasiness and bean planting commences this week.Capt. .

of sdrU. must.be mads perBommllr this county, Frank Boye, the independent among the political economists Geo. Warner and son, and J. A. Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man ,
at this otnce or by writing.Cbeck.vtc candidate, having retired. of France and Germany. Booth, of Brantley,were down last week.E. beast. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.

His communication elsewhere J. Tillman and a friend, from Suwanee street. JACKSONVILLE
124 W. Bay
,may be made payable to Cuablb* Office: FLA.CHAS. .
his arrived in Banyan
H. Waltow,publisher and proprietor in this issue explains county,
reason for withdrawing from the week. a
political race.Tbbxk Be Submitted to tha Voters ofFlorldo E. W.'Cody, of Atlanta, representing N. WELSHANS
communications to
ddrea* all In Novombor. the Williams INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, Section 13 of article XVI Is to be so in Banyan this week.W. .
TlTOSVILLB, FLOBIDA.U. amendments to the Constitution amended as to read as follows: B. Dorton, of Eau Gallie, Is In Banyan
of the State will be submitted "Section 13. The sureties upon the looking around. He will try truoking LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR
to the voters for ratification official bonds of all state, county and on the island this winter.Wm. CEMENT, BRICK, PLASTER
8. Department of Agriculture election municipal officers shall be residents of
the November
or rejection at add additional
Brown will soon an
and have sufficient vlslblo
"Weather Bureau Jupiter, Fla. the amendments having been within the state property, not exempt thousand trees to his grove here. This * HAIR AND LATH. **

passed at the last session of the from sale under legal process,, to make section is destined soon to be one vast
The following is a comparative state* legislature; and in order that our good their bonds; snd the sureties upon orange grove.A State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
sent of temperature and rainfall for the readers fully understand the the official bonds of all county and municipal merry party from Tropic, consisting
week ending Tuesday, Oct. 18, 1808. nature of may these amendments, and officers shall reside within the of Misses Wright and Jones, John Wynn, Old 'Phone 8. ) n 13 Hogan Strw
county where their principals upon such Henry Casper, J. T. Snail and J. Jones
be thus enabled to vote intelligently bonds reside, and shall have sufficient were up In the Nemesis on Sunday. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
w as to them, we publish elsewhere visible and unencumbered property In
Misses Anna and Amy Cogln; of Massachusetts
such county that Is not exempt from
the proposed changes.An friends of Mr. and Mies Clark,
sale under legal process, to make good ,
their liability on such bonds, provided, of Tropic, will spend the winter at the
that and Banyan house, arriving here about .HAMMOND PACKING
appalling is told by the only duly organized responsible
story 1st.TO .
;uarantee or surety company, either November . .
statistics of deaths in the United ?
orelgn or domestlo, lawfully doing business
Total rainfall for the week:O.fiO Inches States army during the late war. in this state, may become and be HAVANA AND NASSAU. (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
Departure from normal rainfall for the Only 346 soldiers were killed in accepted as surety on all such official

week! minus 1.60 Inches. Departure battle, but the death roll from disease bonds." The Miami Metropolis says that they OUR SPECIALTIES :
normal rainfall since January 1, The change from the constitution is it
from reached have It what they consider to be
has already 2,225, exists at is that and municipal upon
present county
minus 22.10 Inches.J. reliable authority, that the steamer "Coin Special" hams and breakfast baco"Coin
and there are daily additions to officers are included in the act as
W. Cbonk, Observer. Miami will be started on the Havana
the number. In the civil war, the well as state officers, and the clause relative route very soon after November 1st, between Special" canned meats."Calumet" .

proportion of deaths by disease to also to added.guarantee or surety companies is the 1st and the 18th, and that hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .
those killed on the field was a little about the same date the Cocoa will be
One hundred and Section 83 of article V Is amended to
TITUSVILLE. south of Jackson less than two to one. In this read as follows: placed upon the Nassau route. This leaf lard.

ville. Is the county seat of Brevard. Itis war, it is about seven to one.Ir "Section 85. No courts other than will be the commencement.the Havana The service Miami Homemade lard."Peerless" .
will not pure
the bead of navigation on the famous herein specified shall be established in perform
small freight
Indian River, and is in the orange, pineapple this state, except that the legislature permanently, having too the Information compound lard, sausages
and vegetable section of the East the expenditures of the nation may clothe any railroad commission capacity. will As be we get the Havana
Coast. It has five white churches, good with judicial powers In all matters connected two boats placed upon and all Packing House Products.
for a few months to come are to be route at an early date, and that at
and stores tannin with the of their office.
schools residences functions
and ice,factories, bank, newspaper, two near those of last month, the great least one boat will be placed and Eastern upon a Cuba.route FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville FIJgy
hotels, several boarding houses, two railroads surpluswill be in the hands of the The object of this change la to clothe Including Porto Rico established ,
three lines are once
steamboat line, electric lights and, people before long. The income the railroad commission with judicial When,these Miami as a port will soon, go Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.WATCHES.
helled- streets, etc For hunting fell far below the The powers. the state
outgo. ahead of other In as a port
excellent and Is la be added additional any
fishing, this section Is The following to as an
former was but little less than $40000,000 ,- of foreign entry. This may sound a
quite a paradise for hunters and yachts section, to be numbered to
men. The hammock land for orange, and the latter* somewhat article III: little extravagant, but it is not.which Miami will CLOCKS

sugar and vegetable growing Is said tobe more than $54,000,000. Thus there "Section 84. Immediately' upon the has make the her geographical of importance position in itself ,
some of the finest In the State.BKEVAItIVS Impeachment of an; officer by the House a city
month of
is a deficit for the $14,* with the assistance of congress to open
shall be
of Representatives, disqualified
000,000, whioh makes the deficiency from performing any of the duties her harbor, If there was no one at the Jewelry Diamonds
DESIQCIIAT1C for the first quarter of the of his office until acquitted by the Senate, helm to take an especial interest in her. ,
The three months we opine, will
next ,
fiscal trifle lees than and the in such case shall atonoe
a $60000,000. ,- governor
STATE AND COUNTY year. appoint an Incumbent to fill such be the turning point in Miami's history. Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Present

TICKET. office pending the Impeachment proceed
ings. In case of the Impeachment of The "Advocate."
A GOOD SCHEME. the governor, the president of the Senate I Ior FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRS!
Representative: in case of the death, resignation orln-f Silverware
HON. II. L. PARKER. ability of the president of the Senate,the The Indian River Advocate Is on A SPECIALTY.R. .
of Warwick is sale at the following news-stands, at five
Tax Assessor: The Countess speaker of the House of Representatives,
J. V. WOOTEtf. about to make an interesting experiment shall act as governor, pending the Ira cents Tltusvllle per copy Fred: S. Chaffee. Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. J. RILES,
peachment proceedings against the govHr. 223 W. St. Jacksonville, Fi.f
Tax Colleotor: and one that is likely, ifit J. B. Screven.(1J Bay
E. Yf. HALL. meets with success, to have an ernor.

Treasurer! appreciable effect agriculture
upon ( As an advertising medium, no
JOHN HENRY, Hove Declines the Candidacy.Titusvillk
in England, and elsewhere paper on the East Coast can beat thAdvocatk.
Board of County Commissioners; when tried.""Lady Warwick's idea Give us a trial advt., WANTED i
JOSEPH J. K. WALKER.MENDEL.W. is that it.would be useful to form K.A., Oct.17, 181)8.) and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth.

II. 811A ItPB. settlements of women in different Editor Advocate' .

JOHN HOUSTON.J. parts of the country for the cultivation The alleged nomination of Mr. Wooteuby Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool Beeswa|
N. WALLER. of the land, and thus enable the Republicans having been explained ,
Board of Fnbllo Instruction: them add their incomes by hlra and It appearing satlsfao AntiRheumaticPOWDER.
to to' by
to the Democratic Committee that
R. N. ANDREWS. tory Tallow and Skins.
8. F. GIBBS.J. the sale of fruit-, flowers, vegetables, Mr. Wooten was In no wise connected Alligator
M. DIXON.- poultry, eggs, honey, etc., the produce therewith, I have declined the candidacy
And will the Cash Prices for them follows
of their and poultry tendered ma by numerous citizens under pay highest as
gardens the first impression which came to them ... Dry Flint Hides 15c. Otter Skins, good. . 3.00 to8(
For Congress, Second District of Florida runs; but those women who propose on reading such Republican nomination, Dry Salted Hides 13c.Qreen Otter Skins, poor. .- .., SO to 3.
ROBERT W. DAVIS, to embark seriously in such and have filed my declination with the the Preventing Salted Hides 08c. Coon Skins, good 20 toOS
Strengthening Body,
Of Putnam Co. an enterprise must first qualify clerk of the Board of County Commissioners. Dry flint deer skins 18c. Coon Skins, poor. ... toOflto
For Justices of the Supreme Court: themselves for the work. The Lumbago, Rheumatism, Tender Dry Salted deer skins.., , .. 15c. Goat skins.'. .. .. .. .
R. K. TAYLOR, hostel which Warwick I thank my friends for their good ''will Aching Feet, Corns, Bunions, etc. All White wool, prime 18c. Sheep skins. 10 to
Alachua Co.F. Lady hopes towards me and know that I now act In Irritations of, skin, from eruptive diseases Black wool, prime 16o.Borry Alligator skins, 7-ft.,., 1.00
U. CARTER, to open this month, in connection accordance with their judgment. I have Itching Piles Salt wool, prime. 8o to 12o. 6-ft... 05
Jackson Co. with Reading College, will be an always been a Democrat and will support or any oauce. ,' ( Beeswax 25o.Tallow. " 6-ft.. 45
For State Treasurer: Institution where such qualifies the regular ticket because I now Rheum), Ring Worm and Eczema. .., ., ,2o to03o. 4-ft... 20
J. B. WHITFIELD, tions be obtained. It will be believe every one of them will Leon Co. founded may for the definite of loyal duty toward the ticket.Respectfully by the use of this powder. Used Young live alligators, 15o to 20o each.To Reference National bank, Jacksonvn
For Railroad Commissioners: purpose by all first-class bperatari. those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment, to get staed.
enabling women over the age of Frank II. Bote. I and liberal classification. to be favored wlthyo
II. E. DAY, All of the above are greatly relieved, guarantee a just Hoping
Alachua Co.J. sixteen to obtain a thorough training shipments, I am, yours truly,
M. BRYAN, (theoretical and practical 1 in Subscriber, your attention Is drawn and cured. In conjunction with the Indicated W. R. NICHOLAS, Jacksonville,Tt.
Osceola Co. the lighter branches of agriculture to the name-and-date slip pasted upon Homoopathlo remedy.jy

JOHN Hamilton L. MORGAN Co.Titubville'b , viz : Flower and fruit growing your paper or wrapper. If you are In 25cts in stamps. 2Scts.

and packing for market, especially arrears, please remit. SAMUEL EDEN. M. D.,

bush fruit,tomatoes, mushrooms PLANT SYSTEM.If
municipal eleotion etc, bee and poultry keeping [Send the Advocate an order for any BROOKLYN, N. T. .

will take place on Monday next, and dairy work. The sum of job printing you need.] 1340 Bushwlck Avenue,

the 24th Inst., and there ia every $10,000 will be required for capital

reason to believe that the candidates and part of this amount has

nominated at the citizens' already been subscribed. CLARKE & DANIEL. you are going anywhere, whether It be to the

mass meeting a ton weeks ago will .
be elected to the various offices no
North South East West Northwest
others havingspresented themselves GREAT CHANGES IMPENDING.It Dealers In all Kinds of ,

up to this date.

partially Most Americans sensible of as the yet great are economic but Fresh and Salt Water Fish Oysters Poultry or Sontbwest

As some little misunderstanding questions brought about by ,

seems to have existed as to whether the result of the late war. They

the announcement of Capt. C. F.Flsoher know in general that we have Gt-CIXXLO, oto.( 655 Poplar St., MACON, GA. REMEMBER THAT THE
emanated from this office that have
whipped Spain, we
or not, we would say that it is the gained Porto Rico, have made Cuba of Railways and

candidate's personal announcement independent, and that we will have Being the Nearest Manufacturers of PLANT SYSTEM

as his signature which has the whole or part of the Philippines Steamship Lines
been appended this week will certify.
; but beyond this they do

not go. Over the ocean, however, Furniture to the. WITH GATEWAYS ATPqrt
there is some anxiety, for the economists
is to be expected that American there realize the great
commerce with the far east changes likely to arise by these Florida Trade Tampa, Sanford, Jacksonville,

will be largely increased, whether new territorial changes. Sugar Charleston Tifton
we hold the Philippines permanently is the disturbing element. Montgomery,
We Solicit Trade of Dealers in all Kinds of Fnrnitnre.
or not. The prestige which the Puerto Rico, Cuba, Hawaii, and OTHER TOViT
United States has gained in that the Philippines make up the most AND VARIOUS

quarter of the world cannot fail to of the world's surface where cane PAYNE & WILLINCHAM, Macon, Ca. With Its AlltheYearRoundP.

operate favorably upon American Java of course is a
sugar grows. Manufacturers of all kinds of Furniture. B3T" Write for Catalogue.
commerce there.Whatever factor, but a small one compared
with these other islands taken together. Double Service Is the

the true causes of It all this land is to come Try & Sample of Daily Best Koutf|

the Indian uprising may be, it is under the control of the United E. McMDRRAYBAKER.
most probable that like those of States this nation will, for all practical OUR $25.00 0HE
former Indian wars, it was brought purposes, control the sugar A And that all Information can be obtained Promptly by

on by the blunders of government trade of the world, and sugar is a HORSE FARM Addressing or Calling onF.

officials. When the Indians are commodity now that may well be ,
treated kindly and in good faith classed with the necessaries of life. 11G0H.It M, JOLLY, Division Passenger Agent

they are peaceful enough, as In The consumption is enormous, and Axles, 1J Tires, Patent wheels.double box, shafts and Spring Seat. 138 West Bay St, Astor Block,
Canada, where such uprisings are is growing at the rate of five percent Bicycles, Sundries, etc Jacksonville, r*

almost unknown. a year. Cane sugar sets the Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. LPv'W. WREXN, Passenger Traffic Manager, Savannah, Ga.

.>V riWn'KT* < VysT&.i*.*>" tr oXl naj i hjfUXi''Wh m Mayfly*iifry *$#&**? WW"n8"i,'nf ''rMitffii B

& mn : m.


Georgiana.Mr. FERTILI ERS

Angel came Monday, and Is welcomed > *sTO
by his friends.Mrs. S \

Bulkeley started to New York
with her husband Tuesday morning.

Powder The many frienda of F. W. Lyman SPECIAL
Baking were glad to welcome blm back again


Bulkeley came last Tuesday and
Made from pure kindly cared for ber husband with the

cream of tartar. assistance of the neighbors and friends, i
which is appreciated very much by both
herself and her husband. He seems to
the food have gained* little strength since the
Safeguards arrival of his wife, but is still too weak AH .X>0-ULXXC3. 3"OX>tl.3JLSBOX>.
sit hi tig Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to I Ius
alunul to up any.It Price $25.00.GUARANTEED .

against waa with deep grief and genuine ANALYSIS: for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money. j
sorrow that the news of Mrs. Kate
Stewart's death was received by all who Moisture . J ' STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
.. ........
Ammonia o oKqual
knew her. To know her was to love her.
to Sulphate of Ammonia , J" w> BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPhATE,
Much sympathy Is expressed for. the Available FboRnhorio Aold Jo
*MUHNH POWPffl COl.<*>*f***_ little orphan children, that for the third Kqual to Bone Phosphate of Urns.,... r.. ... J J w DISSOLVED-BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,

time have been bereft by death. First Kqual Hi Sulphate of Potash ..* Jo JJ SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO 8TEMS, j
of their father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Magnesia,Lime,Soda, eto 68
Charles Magruder, and now by the loss LHhi v..t TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, ;
of their auntie who had and By- Write for Special Pamphlet.$3r .
tenderly cared for them since the death
Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low
of their father and mother.Daytona..

Milton Curry and Miss Elaine Henson, H prices. : !

nf tbls city, were quietly married In
Tampa on Sunday evening last.A Please Correspond, with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for

debate by membera of the Island '
City Debating club, for the benefit of J. TV. Wilkinson has gone to New York Pamphlet.

the place publio Wednesday library,night.was scheduled to take to consult an occultst.We LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

hear that R. C. Jester's new building ,
Work commenced last week on the will be faced with brick.Sergt. .
Philbrick abutment between the two creuclzsra.T7-llle IF'lorid.a
wharves. The inside of the abutment Will Cowan, of the First Florida ,.

will be filled in, making about 'fifty feet regiment, is home on sick furlough.

iquure of new ground. The old wharf County Snpt. Publio Instruction, Prof.J. .

lia been demolished. B. Parkinson, has met with quite aloss. Melbourne.OOODK Lotus.E. WHEN IN NEED OF.
The following officers of the fire department Ills horse died at Barberville
while making a tour of the sohools.
eleoted for the
have been As OOODE. Real K tate anil I ans.Arrent . W. Provost Is on the sick list.J. .
earning year : B. F. H. Bowers, chief j jS. Two of the families who suffered by for Mtna, London and Liverpool and
.J. Wolf, first assistant chief; P.' R. the fire have gone to Jacksonville J.S. Globe,and Imperial Fire Insurano*. Special N. Chalker has set 3000 strawberry
ot nonre.1dents. Lumber Hardware
the antere ts and Paints
attention to
Benson, second assistant; E. E. Iliggs, Beokers and J. R. Blivlns. They have paid plants.R. .

Mcretary; Frank Albury, treasurer; J.B. taken the Cherokee house there for the Otwell, of Bahla, was over trading, ,
.M.ilooey, surgeon; T. O. Otto, assistant winter. Monday,
aurgeon. George Courvolsler, of New York who Baaaar, Mrs.Chas J. F.Campbell & Co., Millinery calling
L. D. Hancock of Brantley was
Several government officials of thequartermaster's spends his winters here, will sail in his ,and Notion.woven, Underwear Dry Ooous,,Ferris'Lw le Renowned readymade - on friends, Sunday., Or anything in the line of Building Material

department were among yacht for Daytona next month. Carl Comets,etc.,embroidery and colored I11KS,
the passengers on the Masootte to Havana Knappe and Ethan Vaillaume will come ouvenlr ipoons,Stationery,eto, The rain we had Monday was appreciated
last week. They will be distributed with him.J. by the farmers.W. or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or-

In the important sites for ports the and American cities of troops Cuba W. Smith died yesterday about two HOTFL BEIXKVUE, MELBOURNE, FLA.Lovelv . Bisbee and wife will probably arrive

that to arrange will soon leave for the island, and o'clock at bis home in Seabreeze. He view. Superior of Indian aoootnmodatloni.River. In a nhelteredsituation. Moderate at Lotus this week.J. Plumbing, do not fail to write

have everything in readiness for them was a Canadian by birth and was one of rates. D. Almond, of Rookledge, was the
when tbey land. the old original settlers of Daytona, R CAMPBELL,Proprietor. of C. D. Provost Friday and SaturE. -
ooming here In-the early seventies.Re guest EDWARD STILIITC

Dr. Houghton's floating dental HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE, FLA., R. Provost was a passenger on the ,
Miami.Mrs. parlor, we hear that he and Mrs. Houghton overlooking Indian Rlveri homelike accommodation Courtney, Saturday, to Cocoa. t t"THE
will be "at home" next Friday. The *and pood board. Rate* S1J50 per BRICK STORE,"
doctor's is a very nicely furnished craft, day or S6.00 of to 7.00 per week raten, according to River; to John Nicholson, of Melbourne, was
location room. Special
S. M. Fowler has gone to Chicago and will start on a two'months cruise people. M3HAS.T. MollRIDB, seen on the streets, Saturday. OOOOA Indian Zllvor
several months.Mr. Proprietor.Mr. -
to apend down Indian River ere long. The Lotus merchants received another

.'and Mrs. C. M. Oreer and' son Pending the erection of the Baptist big shipment of bean seed Monday
have returned from Tallahasse. church, the meetings of that association Keefer, of Wabasso, was in town nigbt.R. .

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Emerson, will be held in the Methodist church, last Monday on business. C. Creech, of Banyan, was in Lotus, ONXOaXT SETS I

Monday moiniDg, a daughter. corner Bay and Palmetto, it having been Joseph Williamson was a pleasant Friday, purchasing a supply of fertilizer
moBt kindly tendered for that purpose. visitor to town last Saturday.L. and bean seed.
John Townley has returned from his The Baptist services will be belt! at 2:30o'clock. : BERMUDA AND PEARL.Thirtyfive
dimmer vacation spent In the North.F. B. Dawson, of Narrows, was the Miss Cora Brown; our charming school .
guest of Hotel Riverside the first of the marra, attended the dance at the Gilbert
S. Morse, one of our prominent real The recent disastrous fire has waked week. house Friday night.Porson .
eitato dealers, spent a few days In up our citizens to the necessity for some
Jacksonville this week. legislation in regard to buildings. Afire Misses Helen Miller and Agnes Gibbs Paddlson, of Eau Gallle, called %ht.
limit is proposed the are spending a few days at Uraat this at C. Thigpen's Sunday afternoon. Lookout cents per quart, postpaid; $4.50 per bushel not prepaid. New cro**
Work the artesian well has t genuine LaFourche CREOLE ONION
on >eentuapended SEEDS; 2<)ots. per oa., $3.50 per pound
week.J. for another land deal.
until the arrival of new 'casing. largest business portion of the town, postpaid. Full line of fresh seeds for fall planting. Send for price list.L. .
A depth of 422 feet has been attained. wherein buildings hereafter must be constructed H. Phillips is having the grounds
of brick. At the council meeting cleaned up and beautified around biscottages. Eau Gallie.Ankona. CAMERON, Seedsman,
on Morulav night a communication m
A large number of young people from was lead on the subject from the mayor, 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLAi.
tills place attended the ball and Miss May Plerson, of Melbourne
supper and his views seem to meet general ap
Hon. M. S. Jones in town Tues

Riven at Lemon City last Friday night, approval. Beaoh, was the guests of Miss Sue nopklns was
(or the purpose of raising a sufficient last Sunday.Mr. day.
amount for the of rock have had two very unfortunate accidents Commissioner John Waller
completion County
Parker, of Pineda, was in town
road between these two places. was overthrown the past by week.a bicycle Mrs., just Wlckwlre before last Tuesday on his way to the keys for made a trip up Banana river Monday.Mrs. CHESEBR0 BROTHERS

Harry Tuttle and his bride, and Mr. dark, ber left wrist broken, hip sprained a load of fruit.H. Capt. Molntyre is at home again,
and Mrs. Chas. II. Garthside, recently and generally bruised up. Mrs. Wlck P. Halnlln has just received part of after a summer's outing in New York
wedded also, were among the arrivals in wire Is quite an old lady, and very feeble. the machinery for his new saw mill tobe state. WHOLESALE
town this week to make their homes She seems to have been confused and
this .
at place.Mr. Kltchell returned
Miss Delia from
here, the foi mer from a short trip to could aside the
not step at .right time.
Jacksonville, and the latter from New She is under Dr. Wallace's care, and Is Branan brought to our market Daytona last week, and is stopping-with CJommisson |?ish Dealers;
Mrs. Hatch at Sarno.
York. doing well. In the other case, Geo. E. some fine venison, and promises to. keep
Porter had placed a jointed ladder us well supplied during the season. Carpenter Harris la building a fine

St. against a tree and ascended It to out off Messrs'. Ernest Taylor and Alex. Goode fence on the Treutler property, along No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market.New. York.
Augustine.Mrs. some limbs. The pegs either bad not took a spin on their wheels last Sunday Ninth street and on Highland avenue.uThe .

been put in or not securely placed, for from Eau Gallle to Melbourne and re Near A Taylor well-driving outfit SPECIALTIES: Spanish Maokerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish, Rod

V. Capa is in town after the lower half.fell, leaving him clinging sailed for Tttusville Monday where they Snappers Trout
again, aUy to the part.. He was tunable to turn.Dr. Klngflsh, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
of two months in Georgia. upper ( Chas. H. Stewart returned home will put down a well for the Fibre Co.
draw himself up to the limb with one Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.
Miss Bernandina Pomar, of this place, hand, and had to drop to the ground, a last Monday from Pittsburg, where be The F, E. C. R'y bridge gang, under
as married in Jacksonville this week to distance of about eighteen feet. Though had attended the grand conclave of Foreman Boone, la here, repairing and
J.T. Malone.Mr. he tried to avoid It, lie fell upon the ladder Knight Templars.Mr. strengthening the bridge over Eau Gallleriver.

and Mrs. Harvey Tomllnson and turning the ankle and breaking his and Mrs. Frank Robertson and FOR SALE. Hdme-Orown
daughter leg. Dr. Bennett was called at once and daughter Miss Llllle arrived home from ..
are expected here from New On his appointment here. Archdeacon t.
Tork this reduced the fracture. Mr. Porter's case Chicago Thursday, where they have
week. Brown will organize a Sunday
% Is a peculiarly hard one; he Is quite advanced spent a most enjoyable summer. school In connection with St, John'schurch. PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *
II. E. Bugbee and family have in-years, bad a good deal of work .
returned to St. Augustine from their to do in bis line this fall, which he must Invitations are out to attend a reception Of the following Varieties iAbbaia ft
" 7 In Omaha.ui give up, and In some way has recently at Hotel Bellevue, Nor. I, 1808, Mrs. W. W. Touchtone, of Charleston, ,* !

** M. been deprived of his pension.Courtenay.. given to celebrate the fifth anniversary of S. C, is stopping at Mrs. Prince's while Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen Ripley Qoeen smooti
Spades and daughter
; the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. F.Campbell. her husband, who Is second engineer onthe1 ,
iu Julia, of Indianapolis, are expected Cayenne Pernambuco and Red
arrive from Ashevllle, N. C, in the house-boat Caiman, remains In port. Spanish.

ar future. Melbourne Is going to have lots of Rumor has It that Mrs. Hector, formerly Apply to G. Oj MATTHAMS, Florida Pineapple Co.,
Several people from Chicago this winter. 'Chicago of Melbourne;and now conducting West Palm Beach, Flav
KMes, who members of the St. Augustine Our school teacher is expected this !tes know a good thing when they a hotel at Crescent City, will be the lessee "
succeeded In obtaining trans- week. see It; that is why they come to Melbourne of the Eureka hotel tbls season. #
are home
again, and were gladly to spend their winters. '
elcomed by their many friends. Young vegetables In this vicinity are Unsettled weather In this section tblsweek. Palmetto Drug-Store, Daytona. ..I BUT OR SELL...
looking fine. Messrs. W. M. Ely and Walter Basle- Strong winds and heavy rain on
, South Be cl> Railway, having been hurst left here last Sunday for Wild wood
P t In good condition baa resumed Willie LaRoche transacted business in Monday, with falling temperature Tuesday Drugs medicines chemicals Confederate
Its fine
" to engage In the truck business. We night and cool north wind Wednesday toilet Money Bonds &
to the beach, and js now in readi- Cocoa last Thursday.We wish the boys success and trust they Sic soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and ,
" for the winter tourist season.Anatasla are glad to say that the mosquitoes will ship carloads of vegetables before semper mosquito. fancy toilet article* In great variety.. POSTAGE STAMPS.
next summer. The streets are being nicely cleaned M. Ucs'foic, propr.KT .
Island's roads .
decreasing.Mr. Largest stock In
"Ko excellent are being put are and two carloads of shell have arrived to the world. AddrwaatCHAS. -

"72*. "Mob.shape work for will carriages be much and and Mrs.Jaa. R, Bagan, ot Banyan, fill In the waste places. Several property D. BARKER, Atlanta, Oa.
Ppreclated are visiting relatives here. owners are also having their places If need Job
by all who visit there.Jensen. you any printing, we
The cool norther that came down upon cleaned of the summer's growth of grass shall be pleased to get a share of It.r .
us last Tuesday was highly appreciated Saeger Bros, are having a large, new and weeds. COTTON Mi

by all. residence built by T. A. Tourmao.Rumor' Archdeacon Brown delivered an Instructive

says we shall hear wedding lecture at the evening service Will Our correspondent*please write
Frank P. the county seat
Harper paid bells again at Ankona In the near future.Forrest of 8t. John's church last Sunday, on the names and place* distinctly, so that onr LINEN NETTING.
l8bur visit Wednesday via steamer St.Augnstine. .
thu' ? at8 ot th * E. C, By. at a on 'growth of the cbnrcb during the last compositors can set them In type correctly ...
place, but now with the Plant Hamor leaves soon to travel century." which was.as usual, most 7
nd Wa* Kue8t *' the A1 Freco onJ Lawrence P. Allen was mall carrier as agent for a large com mission house. able ana convincing.

during the absence of C. T. Harper, last Will Fronts has been the pleasant Notice of application for bids '
Friday and Saturday.S. guest of Ed. Swoope, the popular yardmaster on new tlW If.you'receive a sample copy of
mall routes Is posted at our postoflice, to the
ADvoaaTK it Is
eoj this week, also K. 45. Nelson, in B. Symraes transacted business InIndianola at Fort Pierce. close Oct. 20th. One route between KanGallie It would give, an Intimation that
us pleasure to add
? ''of his firm, the C. B. Kogto. last morning, while and via and Ban your
* Monday Brantley Troplo
., of Jacksonville.E Many of onr growers are shipping a name to our fast-Increasing list of sub FISHING TACKLE .
Mrs. Symmes was getting breakfast.T. number of crates of late pines, which are Jan, dally except Sunday; and another scribers. It doe'not cost'you three ,

weather very nnsettled here.illflY . 8. Sanders and deputy constable, ofIndianola yielding large profits. Eau Gallle and Bovine, dally cents per week (postage Included) when Superior auallty Linen Gill Nettlurr

*? nrtheasterly winds prevail, were In town awhile last Monday When you need a good, newsy and reliable except Sunday. token by the year, and It can be sent to wade from Knox'* Scotch thread.'
CP'"n'T <" rain, which 1. good for law. matters. yon In any part of the United
attending to some paper, subscribe for the East Coast State* or and
P'neapple Sample* estimate
cheerfully faraw
crops. Orange drove and Residence Canada without extra expense.
Miss Annie Bellows, of Hardeevtlle, pink paper the Advocate. ( Ished. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.
PnttinJT.C Sneden' of Waveland, Is and Misses Faber and Swlnson, of City The many friends of Colonel O. A. for Sale.A .
*. Bwf !!? D* residence on bis place. Point visitors here last Sunday.Chas. J..8. JOHNSON were Crocker will be pleased to learn of his fine grove and garden property of
What do
Melbourne, being the builder.mS' yon need In the of Manufacturers
The attended dance last recovery from a recent severe Illness.L. 13 acres, fronting on the Indian River ,
Stoing In for T. Harper a envelope*, note and letter.,head/ bill
extensively HI South
&o 5 lnP ntln and " have fine Friday night at Banyan, given by the 8. Xldred, accompanied by his and extending back to the county road heads, statements, tags, cards, etc ? BC, BALTIMORE",,]
Social Club and reports a very at Sharpes about 14 miles south ofTltusvllle W* shall be glad to have *
"onevn. ?* * he "pares neither Banyan daughter and grandson, is" expected a share of your
l thi.2L i bor' A tow >f Uke him pleasant time.J. home soon from an extended visit to 600 known a* the Brock place; work. We have a flrat-clasn Job department WTBm for Witty Cats.Gsaraateed .
bearing trees; good house, four
tlon would Carrollton, 111.Mdlle. connected with the Advocati
Improve It. ,
room* and kitchen servants' house and tobaeeo aabU ears,makes weafct
D. CRABB Inn a flnt-elaas Saloon. Wises.Mm . Zora and Mrs. Dey-Card leave packing house. and all we ask la a sAars of your work. men strong-,blood purs. Me,at. An drugglsta..
whl.klM, brandy and rum, import*!
' eTof vir,5D* "M>nnclng the appear- ssd,donM.ua elgara. tobeoeo sad elgmntym.Vrloe soon for Jacksonville, where they will Apply to
met .f if; Zora., the popular dramatic ef liquor.Trorn SiM to$ on ri ll remain until sftej the gala, week festivities Bobbix* A Gbaham,
T .Ttc hlB8 hu. Sebastian on Prompt aiteeMe* to telegraph sad snail after which Mile. Zora to, fill for
""" goes Attys. owners, The ADYOGATB
'r evening, Oct. ai "*- *" C 1" CT&.SuBB.A t- a season of theatrical work. Tltusvllle, Fla, does neat, clean Job Printing.

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HOW ALUMINIUM IS, MADE.It T Haw Textile laveatloa.An .
The Trunk Line.
Austrian Inventor has succeeded Tropical

I* Now About as Chess, as BrsM, Balk in adapting photpgraphy and electricity
For Balk.Alntninir.m .
I to the laying ont and application of designs
is now. made about aihenp in' textile manufacture in a way Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

aa brass, bulk for balk, but not which it is said will revolutionize this

pound for pound, for aluminium in Tory Important branch of industry. By bis JOSEPH H. DUEKEE, Receiver.No. .

light, its (pacific gravity being only novel method it is claimed that the

About one-third that of iron. Native work which has taken months or even SOUTinNo. -" In Kffect June 88, *08. NORTIHT"

Aluminium is fonnd in clay and in a years to compete can be accomplished 200. 21No.| 87 No.212a
in a quarter of an hour. This new electric LocalMixed 1040p Lv..JACKSONVILLE..Ar 645 pm
tate of silicate, aa in felspar. It iafonnd IllOpVlS8p 930 a Orange Park 61!)pin
in great quantities Jn southern loom will be exhibited for the first Tu. Th PeonaMagnolia
time at the Paris exhibition where it and Bat 10 02alu >.,. 6 13am 6 51 p ni Monday
tieorgia, mixed with red oxide of iron.It I140p 01.S .Green Cove Springs... 6 00am 54Hpm500pm l Mi
is the alumioa there which is the will weave handkerchiefs. In three 2 40ft 12 40 alC2a 11 OXIa PaiatKa..M. .. 6 00am884a
minutes the of these handkerchiefs Satsuma., /.
oxide of aluminium. When purchaser
from other substances, alumina is a will be photographed by an apparatus 4 46a It 50a Crescent City Junction... m 3 8p in8S6pm
white powder. Electricity is the chief in the loom itself. The design 0 28 a 12 Ollp Seville..... 883 am246am 11 Idpl
6 38 aVl 2 25 a240a 12 8UpToVp ...DeLeon Springs 2 68 pm
factor in the production of metallic plate will be prepared by the 'aluminium. The powdered alnmina is machine, and in half an hour a silk sp .......Beresford.... 2 23 am 2 36pm

placed in vats lined with carbon. The handkerchief with the purchaser's portrait '807 a 12 1 40pI lllp } DeL n {at 2 2 10pm 55 p in

description of the process is as follows t woven into ifwlll be produced.At 438 p900a lip .. Orange City Juno 3 li'am 2 24 pm148pm 12pIVm
t2 4Hp ,..Knterprise
Immediately over the vat is constructed the jubilee exhibition now being 4 Nip ..TITU8VILLE Lv 41030am150pm

a metal framework, through held in Vienna small landscapes woven 8 4 l ....Mt. Dora... ,... .,!.,.-.1.

"which are inserted a large number of In silk, as' well as portraits, are being 4 Ollp Tavares io'ani '
830 a 1 45p Ar. .... Sanford.,., LvOrlando. l 'J
carbon rods about 18 or 20 inches long shown. Mark Twain and Emperor 435 a 8 00|: ..,,.., ... 12 01 p Dl 1210 pm p
....Lakeland...,. ..... 10 25
Francis Joseph have had their portraits 5 10 a 4 ftftp 915pm615pm p in
and from 3 to 3Jt inches in diameter. 637 a 8 2011 BartowAr..Funta 6 36 amtlO
This framework ia insulated electrically taken in this way. 110 10 at 11 K>p Gorda Lvi 825pm 10 pm
3 60 p 6 05p Tampa 7 87pmT00p 9 06am
from the iron crucibles. The framework Hotel
700 a .Tampa Bay *
and the carbons are connected Toxin Remedy Again** Locusts. 830 aTu. 6 4Bp Ar Port Tampa...;...Lv ni 886aml 1 1Mon.

with the positive conductor of the electric There is a good deal for the farmer""to SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES I Sun.Wed&Prl.., TliurA Sat 2 0 OOp Ollp La..Port Key Tampa West LvAr. ArAr 2 800pm 30 pro Sun..Wed Thur&*Frl.Sat

curront and the vat or crucible with think over in the story received from ........'Havana LvAr
the negative. Mashonaland, Africa, of the efficacy of Finest Cuisine and Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

These conductors are very large, the toxin remedy against locusts. One The Fleet Is composed of the following;Handsome New Bteel Steamers t"Comanclie" Dally, t Daily except Sunday. Mnn.,'Wed.arnl Frl.
Train leaving Jacksonville 9:12: a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:08: p. m ,Ocala 2:00: p. in.. Lemhnt.8:45p.m. .
like foot in width and farmer who of "Seminole.
Aomething a an procured a supply .locust "Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee, : ., BrooksvllleB:66 p. m. dally.
inch in thickness, and made of some toxin from the government saysthatas Trains t and 82 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and Tan .
North-Bound. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for acoommqdatlon of passeucen
good conductor of electrloity. They inoculated locusts died he kept and -
Union Station, Jacksonville,at Ip.m
have to bo because dried them and afterward Steamers are appointed to sail according to the title.
very large, they carry having given and Thursdays. INDIAN RTVER SERVICE.
From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays
a current equal to 8,000 horsepower. the fungus time to mature, ground From CHAKLK8TON, 8. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and lirldays. Indian River Steamers leave Tltusvllle 8 00 a. m., Mondays and Thursdays for St. Lucie Itlrtr
' The current is one of great volumo, but them into powder. A swarm of locusts For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Sohedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. and Intermediate landings j returning, arrive Tltusvllle Wednesdays and Saturdays, couiiectlnr
northbound trains.
Tory low voltage, the electro motive which was two .hours in passing went South-Bound. with W. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY,

foroe at each vat or crucible being only into a five acre mealie patch, and soma pf Steamers are appointed to sail from Fler 2 ,Bast River,New York, at 3 p. m., as follows: General Superintendent. General Passenger Agent
sw t'H A KlJCHTOJirs.O. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
About soven volts.As the insects were saturated with a solution
and Fridays.Clyde
For JACKSONVILLE,FL\A., the process is electrolytic, and not from the ground up powder and set

dimply a heating prooess, the direct loose again. In a couple of days the New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

enrrent must be used, and therefore swarm was visibly affected, the locusts (Calling at Charleston, 8. C, both ways) Florida East Coast Ry.TIMS

must be transformed twice first, to remaining stationary on the mealiestalks. appointed"STEAMERS"are to sail as follows I .

bring it to a proper voltage, and, secondly A little later they were all From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From I wls Wliarf,Boston,
to change it from an alternating to a dead, and the farmer declares that he TUUKS1>AYB. FRIDAYS.Clyde's TABLE MO. IS, IN EFFECT MAY 10, 1898.

direct current.. These Iron vats or cruelties has not a single locust on his whole
Up ,
are connected up in series elootrio- farm. If the story is true, it points toan St. Johns Eiver Line.IB va410p )

.alumina and certain other materials, list of farmers' pests.Ifovel < BARY HUE) 'T Daily Bi8q

"which act either aa a flux or as a means Jacksonville,Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River..The T5KlOUOa ..Jacksonville < ..Ar.Lv T p 10 Us
ArLv ....St.Aagaetlae... S6p880p IdaIlia
f increasing the conductivity of the Ylre Engine. elegant Bldewheel Steamer 4 lftp 10 86a ....St. Angastlae... .Ar
.mixture. Just what this substance is is Enthusiastic descriptions are given, "IIAKItY O. DAY." 4 sap 11 10aire. Hasflngs. Lvxv 4 53p 90S.
ArVT ...PaLfka.., TTliS TSSIM
probably one of the secrets of ytbe proccss. according to the Philadelphia Record, J CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is op 10 46anr5p |" alatksAr. ArTEv &-) %

When all the crucibles are filled of a new band fire engine for use in sail follows TsTip ...... ... ,.Saa tfatee... T20p
to as i
wlth the mixture thewourrent ia turned appointed .A00 T20amis pT'" Baa Mateo. ArTEv 13 Up
suburban and country towns where the Leaves Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5:00: pma Cv .......M.llasi raiatkai..... TiiTUa
on and kept on continuously night and pnblio service la not within easy call Leaves Sanford ) Mondays and Thursdays at 6.00 a la 8Up loop .............Orraond.,.*,.. soap
-day seven days in the week. All of the inEngland. ilp lllp ........... Deyfcone. J Km
which has lately been brought out NORTH BOUND. TOlrp l 2p ............... ........Pert Oraage.,.. 41j> .material in the different crucibles ia.heated This machine is portable, being SOUTH BOUND. schedule:. Read up. T26p liSp New SmjTDi ... ttop144p

to redneaa when the prooesa of mounted on m pair of strong iron Read down., ., Jacksonville..,.. Arrive 2.00 a. m.8.oo 8 ttlv< Oak Hill .
.Tltusvllle. .
Leave 8.30 p p ***ea ll>4p
separation takea place. The oxygen of wheels, and can pump some 60 gallons > .* p. Falatka Leave p. m, 8SSp Iti e ee e..e* Ottjf Poll).. .. 12 Bj>
the alumina la thrown off as gaa, and of water per minute against a head of 8.00 a. ...St... Antor Francis 2.80 1.00 p.p. m ni., 8 8 43p eeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeee >* l HlOei ee I2 22p
4.80 a. 47p eeeet eeesAr. ?**Konkllf9 it sees 1218p1145s
.other residuum floats to the top of the 68 feet, or, whenN used in emergenoy, a. Ileresrord.Bine 12.00 a. m, 4 18p .e ee *.e. Kb4 0 lll
-crucible and ia akimmed off be forced to deliver 100 gallons aminute. flOO a., m Springs ,.... 11.00 a. m, 4 2Hp eee..M lDOtirQwT., .* 1186a
can 00 a. ni.tt.80
8 bsMtlail .
Arrive 8.3 a. m. il2p ee 10 60s
Metallio aluminium in a melted state The engine rests on four iron ...Enterprise a. m, 6 04p20p Ht, KjQOlw.es
9 as a. m. eeeee ej** eei Ml4< MM> see*
dsinks to the bottom of the crucible Fort Pl ,,.
feet, this position being effected by eeee *eeeee *eeee.eeee r a &
204 W. St. Jacksonville.Jwo. 8 40p eeeeeee e ee< * **Kclm..e eee# l'a
where it is dipped ont from time to raising the handle of tho carriage and Cen'I Passenger and Ticket Office. Bay 6 64p eletDeMtett .
' eeeeee* a.eeetee Od.865a
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