Title: Indian River advocate
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: October 28, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00207
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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'ol. ? 3ST0.10. TITTIS ILILIE, FIC-A.., FEIDAY, OCT. 28, 1898. IPrice, 5o-




NEWS BABY CARRIAGES, CHAIRS, Cribs. HUBER'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, jar-BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment DRESS PATTERNS in all tbe fancy AMONG THE HOTELS.

[local Cradles,Springs, Mattresses, all prices. No. 14 Laura street, P. O. Box 3112, at Screven's Drug Store, suitings; no two Gardner alike. A Walker. hiWJ

Fubniturb Store, Jacksonville, Fla. Reliable male and Titusville.
Hotel Alcazar St. Angusttne is now
of General Interest. Titusville, Fla. female help furnished and sent to all ,
[ Topic" being gotten in'readlness for the opening

parts. DRESS GOODS No two alike. They HUNTING AND FISHING which will probably bo next month.

ALL TIIE LATEST NOVELTIES IK Make selection
connection are going every day. your DOTS.
. and Oenaral Gonlp In Fall Millinery atMns. NEW LINE PERCALES, GINGnAMS, now. Gardner & Walker. The Palms, West Palm Beach, Is now

thBLoayn. Bay, lake Worth.Indian, II W, Reynolds, Plaids, etc Percale, usual price 124-0. open for tbe season, with MesdameaStowers
,nu> Hallfaa Blwr., Key Wei* Titusville, Fla.J now lOo.; Ginghams, that never sold Quail shooting In Brevard county will and Everett at the helm. Wo

,,4,11 other Important Points along the below 10c, now So. Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten, of Coooa, oomroenoe on Tuesday next, Nov. 1st. wish them every success.
of Florida, Brief mention ofuwrtln was a on Wednesday's northbound
passenger
at Coant Gardner A Walker.
Kvants from Vnrlona P rUA Miss Mary Stewart left here, Wednesday trainmen route to Jacksonville.Mr. John Peacock brought Into Titusville, Manager S. IT. Peck, of TTotel Plaza,
Ton Know for visit to relatives. Saturday last, a tine deer, shot In this He is
In
,World I About People Coqnina, on a toGeorglana Rockledge, was town Monday.
Pooplo Yon Don'* Know Picked Postmaster J. E. Dodge, of Stanwood, F. W. Lyman has returned vlolnlty. having his line hotel put in excellent
d wheiehe
Society Bdltor and a large etaf fCorr was a pleasant caller at this office onWednesday. from Kansas City, Mo., Deer are now coming Into market in condition for the winter tourists.Mrs. .
carload
,b,our A of lumber has arrived for spent the better part of tbe summer.Mrs. .
oattered alone; the fair numbers and hunters doing
are
pondent the Titusville Tannio Acid to be ,
factory, ..M. S. has returned from
Vance
it CoMt of Florida.TIIK used In various ways. Conductor J. B. Hunnlcurt, of the Geo. F. Ensey and family, of well along the East Coast.Soveral her trip to New York and Is now busily
,
F. E. C. Ry., has to High Falls, S.. Tropic, stopped over here a day or so of tine bass have
gone catches
President Geo. F. Miles, of the I. R.fc this week, on their way to Tampa, to large engaged getting Hotel Coqulna, Ormond.in .
ADVOCATE, B. B. I. N. Steamboat Co., will soon C, on a vacation. join Mr. Knsey.I been made from the J.. T. A K. W. railway readiness for tbe winter travel.Mrs. .

return to St. Augustine from Philadelphia. When need good fertilizer, do wharf, at Titusville, of late.Mr. .
you
who has
P. Love managed
advance. II.
in
annum, have the finest linn of oarpets, ,
$1.60 per fail the well-known firm of
* not to try O. Pierre Havens Jacksonville'swellknown Hendersonvllle. N. tX
Hotel Globo at
11.00 six months, matting and window shades In tbe state. *
(2.00 per an. to foreign Mr. Henry Egger, who has been ona Little Bros., Jacksonville.Mr. Call and see them at U. E. Clark's, 38 photographer, has been on a during the summer, will probably take

trip to Washington, New York and K. B. Raulerson, of Fort Pierce! West Bay street, Jacksonville.We fishing trip on the East Coast, at Coronado charge of the St. John's House, Jacksonville

other places, returned home on Tuesday visited town this week, in the Interests Beach. Together with S. B. next week;
want a little more correspondence Wright and p. A. Miller* of DeLand, hesuooeeded
ads. ten cents afternoon.Rev. of his meat business.Mr. .
notice are at Ormond
Reading Manager J. D. Price Is again -
from some of our down-river In bringing from the surf, as
[line on this page.If T. F. Howard, of this plaoe, J. H.' D. Smith, of Banyan, returned places .which are not regularly represented the result of two days' with rod and after a successful season at tha

paid a visit to Auburndale, Fla., on home, Wednesday, from his visit In the AfcvooATE. Let us hear reel, over 700 pounds of bass. The New Mount Pleasant house, While)

Interested In Tuesday, to attend a meeting of the to Jacksonville.Mr. from you. sharks at times were very troublesome. Mountains, N. II. He will now got hia
orange grow-
- you are fine hostelry The Ormond ln order foe
read the article on our 2nd page.Dr. Presbyterian Presbytery. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and One twelve-foot fellow succeeded. In
, Northerners owning winter homes Claude are still sojourning In Maoon, KayMakingMr. biting a thirty-pound bass in two for his numerous winter guests.Mr. .

- W. L. Hughlett, of Cocoa, has along the Indian River are commencing Ga., with.which city they are much Mr. Havens when he had him within ten D. P. Hathaway, late manager of

dour town several professional visits to arrive, the cars of the F. E. C. Ry. pleased.la .' Wm. M. Brown, president of the feet of the shore. At times the shark the Tampa Bay hotel In Florida, has bo-

being fairly crowded some days.On Bank of Bay Blscayne, Miami, has just was more than, half/out of the water, come the lessee and proprietor of tho
te.Col. R. Decker A Co. of this place,
Gaulden from Satur- looking for the other portion of that Hotel Hanover Fifth avenue and Fifteenth
D. L. spent had mowed and balled over five tons of ,
8th will be found carloads of
continually
with his at De- page some are receiving baas/ The second day after their arrival street New York which he will
until Monday family bay in his near Titusville. ,
grown orange grove
r poetry from the pen of our former towns* lumber, which they ship to various places thirty-one bass
they caught averaging .
It seems rather peculiar for shortly open.W.
man G. Cary-Elwes whioh Titusvillians down the river.Mr. .
,
ilMr. In weight from IS to 35 pounds each.Mr. .
of Cocoa take interest in our Indian River residents to send away U. Wachenhausen proprietor of
J. D. Crabb, spent ator may an reading. Jerome Feaster prominent Havena photographed them as arranged ,
with bis family the a for what can be grown on their own the Granada hotel St. Augustine has a
to In town the aide of Miller's large ,
Attorney A. J. Lewis of Fort Pierce, resident of LaGrange, was among the land. upon
of at work it in readiness
tof the week.Supt. who was in town attending to law mat* welcome callers at this office, on Wed transfer wagon. The photograph can force men putting
of the J. T. AV. this week be seen at the art gallery of Mr. Havens, for the coming season, which Mr.Wachenhausen .
W. B. Coffin, ters a day or so gave our nesday. Bands to Consolidate.We predicts will be an no-*
Ry., has gone north on a few sanctum a pleasant call ere returning In Jacksonville,
lookout
Jacksonville merchants may Usually good one.It .
'
ek vacation.Mr. home. for a big rush of people during gala understand the Indian River band
that Contractor' J. A.MoDonald .
- P. O. Walton left here, Monday Mr. T. Grotian Ronald, who has week. Particulars of the amusements and Mrs. C. F. Williams' juvenile band AT REST IN. PARADISE. is probable of the well known firm of

,for Washington, Baltimore, Fhilapbla been spending about three months in offeied will be found on our 2nd page. will shortly consolidate. If this Is so, it MoGuIre A, MoDonald who built all of ,
and York. Washington and other Georgia towns will make a strong band and be quite ,
New Mrs. Wm. M. Brown and family, Paula Gertrude Wager, aged five years the hotels of the Florida East Coast System
Capt. Herman Fischer, after visiting passed through here, Sunday, on his who have been spending the summer at an acquisition to ourtown..! Both bands and eighteen .days, the bright and winsome will soon leave for Nassau to begin
home Indian and their
to Lotus.A are a credit to River
parents, at this place, and sister, atcoa way New Hartford and other places In Connecticut leaders have shown considerable, executive little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. operations on the Flagler hotel there,

left for Tampa yesterday.Mr. Jacksonville merchant, writing us will probably'arrive borne tomorrow. in them together.To Ellis B. Wager, of this place, went' from whioh will be ready for opening for tho

Robbins and family this week, says: "Keep my ad. in your ability keeping ber earthly home to Paradise on Monday season of 181)0 and 1900.On .
- George M. which I consider the best morning Oct. 24,1808.
I probably leave Point Caswell, N. C, pink weekly paper advertising, medium in the State / Mrs. L. C. Oliver and family were Hold Clrault Court.. Thefuneral, servioe was held at St, 4th page of this Issue will be found

aeqe) about Sunday or Monday.Note of Florida. It is highly spoken of In passengers on (Sunday's train, en route *wr'Hon. Gabriel's Episcopal oharoaoa Tuesday, the ad. of tho Sdgertoa House, Maoon,

- change of ad. of L. Cameron, this city." to their home In Miami, after spending A. A. Stewart,'eterk M eirenftbdurt Ml*a. m., a large and sympathetic congregation Ga. It Is a well-known house; clean,
a couple of months or so with relatives and and as it
Archdeacon neat highly respectable]
ckaonville's well-known seedsman, onr was advised last evening that being present. After
Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell of Melbourne in Georgia.Mr. the station this bouse
B. F. Brown conoluded the funeral faces passenger ,
5th page. Send in yonr orders. Judge R. M. Call, of the 4th, Judicial
will give a reception at the Believue will be found convenient for -*
and Mrs. James Holmes aud district, has been designated by1 tbe servioe, the cortege wended its way totbe very persons
apt IT. B. Froraberger of Daytona, hotel on Tuesday next, when those visiting the busy town of Maoon.'
hold Titusville where after
family, after spending the summer very governor to a special term of the cemetery,
v WHiteDger for 'Cocoa and other who are fortunate enough to attend may pleasantly In Ashevllle, N. C, passed circuit court at Titusville, in this county, the burial servioe was read the little Read tho ad., which will ba ,classified
lata southbound train, rest assured they will be well taken care week.Mr. v
oa Tuesday's
next .
of. through here, Wednesday, en route to on January W, 1800. This has become sufferer's remains were peacefully laid

-Hr. Ind Mrs. M. C. Salmon, of Rock- their home in Jensen, where Mr. Holmes necessary on acopunt of the continued to rest in the presence of a largo number and Mrs. Orange Howes, who havo

?e, who have been spending the sum- Senator Henry Galllard, of St, Augustine owns a line pineapple plantation. illness of Hon. J, D. Broome.Tfown of our residents, who followed the been managing tbe Maraosassett hotel,

ir in Connecticut, returned home onarday spent from Sunday until Monday That indefatigable worker. Sheriff corpse to the cemetery. Tbe coffin was Albany Conn., during the past summer

last.Mr. in town in the interests of the steamboat Jos. P. Brown is busily engsged Election. covered with largo bouquets of beautiful are again at tbelr old stand tbe Holly
now
He made the hearts of Ullles and other choice flowers
company. roses, Inn, Daytona for the season. They
- William Hlndle's bright little delivering tbe ballot boxes to the many
many glad, for he brought a'big "pile"of which were placed over tbe grave after have a numerous following of friends
oghter after visit to her down-river where needed
a prolonged cash with him for the employes and points they are The annual municipal election; of the the Interment by Messrs. W. E. Youngs, throughout the northern states, and wo
wdma Mrs. Smith this for the state and election whioh
-of place, relied oouotj ,
town of Titusville took the
others.Capt.. place4 el R. E. Mlms Paul E. Puckettand
will jr., have no doubt they will meet with continued
to Cocoa this week.Mr. take place on Tuesday, Nov. 8th.Mr. .
Jacksonville court house on Tuesday. There was Arthur Brown, the pallbearers.In success at tbelr cosy winter hotel..
T. W. Lund returned to
- George W. Dlsmukes, cashier ofi last Friday from the north Wesley M. Featberly, editor and really no opposition to the e'andldatea the death of this sweet child, the The Advocate gladly weloomes thesato

i First National Bank of St. August- where he has been for the HeIs proprietor of the Miami Metropolis, was whose names were printed on the ticket, parents have the slnoere, heartfelt sympathy the East Coast,
, passed through here, yesterday, on summer. passenger on Wednesday's southbound so they had what may be termed "awalkover. of many friends. She Is said to
> way to Eau Gallle and other points much better In health, and has practically train, en route home. He had been as far ." Only 47 votes and one defective have been always of frail health: and We acknowledge receipt of a very

the Interests of the above bank.Mrs. recovered from the severe operation as Jacksonville to meet his brother, who vote were cast. Very little Interest long life here might have been to her i- prettily-decorated Peace Jubilee mens
that he underwent early in the season.We manifested In town. At tbe card from Manager John S.VBowen,- of
had arrived from the west for the purpose was lifelong suffering. Tbe Loving Shepherd
- Harry Budge, after enjoying aIt presume the- captain will soon be close of the it Hotel Wlndemore, Chicagoand;) note!
of taking a position on the above polls was plainly seen that has gathered this tender lamb to bis own
of
Ave months with Mr. Budge'srents visiting Tltuvllle to look after the property the following were elected: bosom, where they suffer and weep nomore. Plaolde, Jacksonville. It Is a very unlqao
at Urbana O. and friends in of his deceased father.
,
paper.Mr. card, the front page being an engraved
>* York, returned home to Miami on and Mrs. H. Julius Smith ofPompton For mayor, - Adhemar Brady. .
of tbe American soldier
Some of readers who resido In Paula will be missed by picture onarglns;
"lay night last.The our Lakes N. J. aldermen, J. M.Dixon, W. R. Knox Wager sadly
passed through the Spaniards and a naval battle between
or visit Jacksonville, should remember ** assessor, John Henry her numerous little friends In Titusville, ,
- Bartow Courier-Informant says! the jewelry store of Mr. R. J.. Riles, 220W here winter, Saturday home at last, en route to their clerk and treasurer, O. S. Schuyler "Ol not ia orueltjr, not In wratb, the American and Spanish menofwar. lists'Mi" '

wies who have any repair work with ,Bay street, where all kinds of clocks, Rockledge, having stopped marshal and collector, M. S. Jones, jrA The Heapar eauia that day| Mr. Bowen keeps things np tedate. >
la Jacksonville
T. over a day or so enroute. Twas an anvel vlsltad tha |iwo earth, .
Whaler
the jeweler, are notified watches and jewelry are neatly and expeditiously "
The Misses Bessie and Elsie And took the flower away.
all and get the same at once, as, his repaired by Mr. Win. H. Row- Smith and Miss Canova preooded tbemto Beautiful Folder. The Everett hotel, Jacksonville, Is now
"twill soon be removed Miami.Mr. ." who of the most difficult
to executes
ton, some Rockledge on Friday, Their under tho able management of W. W.Tldd .

- J. Jr. Randall, one of our valued and intricate work-in the state. Give friends are glad to welcome them many book A BIG ASSORTMENT OF LADIES' who for a number of years has
the above house a trial. The Advocate Is In receipt of one of and Skirts In the latest
wn subscribers, who spent last win- to Indian River.Dr. Capes very been Identified with the traveling public,
f traveling through Egypt and other Writing the Advocate from Lao the best and prettiest folders the Florida ,styles, has just been received at and who is thoroughly familiar with tho
.'S. L. Lowery of .East Coast Railway has ever gotten out.We .
Tampa
Kline's
repre Julius duties devolving mine,-host. Ho
Jgn countries, arrived in town yes- Edward, Canada, Mr. R. R. McCormlck, upon ,
Renting the Germania Life has been in do not know whether it Is Vice- Fla.
m Titusville
,
1. and la now domlolled' the In"River Grove "We to has as his assistant O. Garvin Gllmalne.
of Cocoanut says: expect
the this week In the business Parrott's Traffic
city engaged president ManagerBeokwlth's
hotel, where he will probably leave for,New York and Philadelphia who needs no Introduction to tho people)
lo of this company. He settled the or Assistant Passenger Agent of Jacksonville and the la ,
Home time. Mr. Randall's next week. We are having plenty of The Artaalan trail* public general '
many ,
claim of the estate of Mrs. Julia D, J. D. Rahner's idea but whoever
ends on Indian River where he has snow here about eighteen inches fell on ; suggested Under the able management of the abovo
; Tuttle who held 910,000 Insurance In the It It Is a nice piece of work. The
t several winters will ,be glad to Saturday and Sunday. Itjs fine for Messrs, Near A Taylor, of Eau Gallie, gentlemen, the Everett Is regaining .the
| Germania her life. Mrs. Tuttle folder is fully Illustrated with handsome
! upon
eome him enviable enjoyed By It few
back. and Mr. MoCoTmick reputation a
caribou moose hunting. commenced the artesian well
at
driving
Insured for 10,000 In the Germania 61 half-tone views, printed in oolots, depleting .
Will have been having years ago.Mr.
and son. the Titusville Tannio Acid
Factory on
days before she died. .Bhe had taken various scenes and places along
HAVE a glorious time hunting and fishing out 920,000 more which would have gone the East Coast of Florida, the Flagler Monday, and up to yesterday afternoon Harrington and Mr. Doughty arrived

,ndred JUST RECEIVED ONE in Canada the past summer. They will into force on November37 had she lived hotels, and views of Nassau.. It Is a the pipes had been driven 70 feet.To hero on Thursday from Key west,
different patterns of Outing remain In Philadelphia for a time, before business In connection with Mr. II. M.Flagler's .
"Mwei, until that time. At the date mentioned masterpiece of tbe printers' art, Is a on
wstotk in to all the newest shades. A leaving for their winter home on Bay 920,000 which she held In the Equitable credit to the F. E. C. R'y., and Is a folder He Itapatrad. new hotel. Their purpose is to

select from.Joi.ua. Blscayne.A Life, of New York, would have -lapsed that will be prized'as a souvenir by see what arrangement can be made for

Kline, and the 920,000 in the Germania gone the many tourists who will have the The steamer St. Augustine, running tbe housing and boarding of tha skilled

Titusville, Fla. FINE LINE OF TRIMMED HATS Into'force. Miami Metropolis.Dr. pleasure of receiving 'one of tbem the between Titusville and St. Lucie River, artisans that will bo employed In tho

just arrived atMns. coming season.COMFORTS Is hauled off for repairs and a thorough erection of the hotel, It being preferred
H. W. Reynolds J. Y. Porter,.Florida's efficient If this be left
Macon overhaul. The steamer Bt.' Sebastian thst. possible, provision
Dining Rooms.Jen Titusville, Fla. and well-known. State Board of Health has taken her place on the run leaving entirely for the benefit of our own people.

officer, to whosr oar people should be BLANKETS. QUILTS Titusville every Monday and Wednesday It has been stated that upwards of

vuitinj, Maoon, Ga., do not fall TOWN FAdesiring i OR INDIVIDUALS grateful Florida this for keeping has yellow been fever out of Keep warm these cold nights. Blankets for various points down Indian River.Charab. 400 workmen are likely to be employed

-'MIa.uc'8 popular dining rooms, occasional from year, spending atew from 75c to 90.60 a pair: comfort noon the works. Mr. J. A. McDonald,
"J you can obuin all the delicacies change served days In Jacksonville this week. Dr. 7So. to 93.00 eachj quilts SOo, to Mr. Flagler's builder. Is proceeding with
Mason at reasonable home fare'will be sumptuously Porter Is now a grandpa, for be has received 92.00. Come early and avoid the rush.GARoaca Jfotlea*. all despatch In the collection of materials
.
very prices.a at the Indian River hotel, Titusville, the welcome tidings that bis son's A Walkrb.
In the south, and It Is probable ho will
rates, Sunday dinners a R, has
at special wife Mrs. W. Porter presented
Service arrive In Nassau early In November.
at St. Gabriel's Episcopal
husband with 12 lb.
specialty. her a bonoclng girl.
a22CMBS'Cur* The writer of this Item had the pleasure Wanted, church, -Titusville, Sunday next, at 11a Nassau Ouardlan, Oct, 15.Watte .

of meeting Mrs. Porter, jr., and her / ro. and 7:30 p. m. Archdeacon B. F. Official Railway Guide of tho
Wanted for Cash
FmurrrtTBa Stork, mother, Mrs/L. C. Dorgaa, In Ashevllle, A famish** hoM of 19 or 30 rooms to Brown wilt officiate. South* for" October, says i "Mr. J. O.Bast .

Titusville, Fla. Fresh fruit and vegetables in small N. C, about a month ago. They reside overseas- real by sats and wife of fifteen Service will be held at the Methodist the new lessee of the Indian River

shipments prompt returns.J. In Mobile, Alabama. We tender congratulations Mara' experience. Can furnish best cburoh, Titusville, Sunday evening at hotel. Tit it Sllle, Fla Is a vary, genial

* Residence ; A. Floubxotv to the happy parents. of isjfsawM** Address seven o'clock. Rev. A. D. Penney will and capable hotel man. His extended
and Pineapple aoquaintanoe together with the fact that
officiate. ,
BtOHAaDs
Cor. 1st and Poplar Sts., iVYsxj ' ,
Plantation For Sale.taMo Maoon, Oa. WE ARE HERE AT THE OLD STAND, .Lakeside- Ottawa Co., Ohio. will he was enable at one htm time manager of the house nasiadd
to
ready and anxious to.'please you, in MILLINERY ( MILLINERY 11 MILLIaery greatly-tasprove
Its
b dry goods, shoes, beta, jniulnery, tit Alt the latest styles and to attractions thlsoovalag season,
U' nMoealed villa and Orange Grove for Sale Independent Announcement. than Titusville la tho terminal of tbe famous
We shapes. Cheaper ever before. No
notions
n etc, eta. guarantee price Indian River
steamers and Is an exceedingly
trouble to show them.Gahdneb.
ata Jf.re"a,, Indian River; In In the heart of Klsslramee city, Florida and quality. Oabdveb a Walkx The appoiatmeat of Mr. John Henry A Walker.if attractive point to sportsmen and
>ln ,*PP "action; large ; 29-2 trees, 76 of tbem bearing and to the office of treasurer by tbe Democratic tourists." This compliment to Manager

iA3 P "* out-housee. Mod- have a light crop on them now; a good Executive CoaamlUee, contrary to if ifTitusville Bast and the town of Titusville, coming

STbSh.CM; lwai* to"** *rrange.JwaT two-story residence on opposite aide of Mom for. Bale.A Democratic usage, based, as It was on J aundry.Mrs. from such a popular authority, la gratU

"S 'boat-house and street, facing grove. A delightful home false and malicious rawrors by some fylng,'although folly deserved. Sportsmen -' '

for someone; healthiest locality In Florida good, substantial, well-nalsbed, unknown party, causes' Cbft V* Fischer Q o. Cork, of Titusville, li now especially, visiting the town, will

,, luUrsq? OIJity ,n PP, ; artesian'and sulphur water, good nine-room, two-storr house for sal* laTitusville to come before tbe peot U a an lads- prepared to do laundry work of every verify this fact, as gams this season, la
school. Price only 92,000. For better Will sell cheap It sold soon.Ioqalre pendent candidate for. tbe office of description.' All work guaranteed. exceedingly abundant. Since tbe deer

W. O. WnrAsrs, description write to C. M.'Obkeb. oa tbe premises.M. treasurer at the nest November election.Caa Leave yonr washing at Q. F. Duren's season opened our home hunters havo

Eden, Fla, Lock Box, m, Miami, Fla. D. L. Dodsov. 4 T, *riscasa.* t f comer store, opposite Adtocatb office. had venison continuously. "













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around each tree and leaving a basin attbe stock to nse. In the most extreme southern JACKSONVILLE'S GALA WEEK. GEORO JtfARX.

What People Say trunk. This can be done about Dec.1st part of the state, It la claimed that

or sooner, if necessary. Thia forms almost all the standard varieties of orange Those of our readers who were fortunate

4 foundation for the mound, and also (except Satauma) do well on sour enough to witness the gala week / Wholesale Dealers In

The Verdict is the Same from hastens the work of banking, when notice and rough lemon stock; In the upper festivities held In Jacksonville laat year

All Sections of a bllazard la given. The advantage part of the stale, or the orange belt, tbe will be pleased to learn that the Executive GROCERIES, FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

In thus baring my trees partly banked sour and trlfollata are the best to bud Committee of that fete have decided

is this: The aweet stock will also do well to bold the gala week thia on November
A Subject of Vast Importance totha on. year 181 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 andNewnan 8treet,
Community."I When a cold wave signal Is given, all for budding to Satauma, and some other 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 29th. The

have found Hood's SaraaparlUa to be there' Is to do to finish the banking la to varieties, but In no case would I recommend programme, which Is" given below this Jaoltsonvillo, loricjn

the beat strengtheningmedicine and the fill up the, basin around the.trunk with the sweet stock, only for high, week, Is a most elaborate one, and ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE

beat nerve tonto that I have aver tried.I top-soil (clean, dry dirt, If possible) to a dry land, tbe aweet stock being subject there will be plenty of entertainment CITFLORIDA'S

always feel better after taking it. Myhnsband height of two feet or more, and tbe work to foot-rot and other dlseaaes in low day and night during the week. $10,000 r _

has derived great benefit, from of banking la done. It may be necessary lands. The selection of varieties will, of will be expended In furnishing amusements We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Con

ita nee, having taken It for heartburn and at times (in case of warm, wet weather) course, be governed by the location, conditions and many new and novel Ideas guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. W ,
atotnech trouble. We alwayi speak highly your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial nd you will be pleased.
during the winter, to* remove the dirt of tbe soil, eto. are to be presented. The railroads have
of Hood'a Sarsaparilla. Maa. J. Bbatt
Daytona, Florida."I partly on the south side *>f each tree as This article will be scanned with criticism granted an unusual low fare, so all can MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, FlaOHAS.

did not bare any appetite and oould far in aa the main trunk, lor ventilation. no doubt, on the part of some who

not aleep at night. I began to take Hood's., This can be quickly done and put back have no faith in the orange induatry, but The following gives the events for tbe

Baraaparllla and before I had flniahed two again when notice of freeze la given.IT1 there la one thing certain I Florida will four days of the gala week: H3DFi3DLO cSc CO ,

bottle* I wee vary much better. Slnoe 'WILL PAY TO FKOTBCT ORANOK TREES.It' never play the fool again by disregarding TUESDAY. i PEALKRB IX

taking fonr bottles I bare a good appetite the frost signal. We could have 10 a. m. Annual convention of Mayors
does %7S7'lXX&t& tX13L.eL
'me
and aleep well." Caasia I RtrssnLL seem to that, with wood HalcaLTJLOrg41T
saved our trees and our oranges If we and Councllmen cities of Florida.
Key Weat, Florida. RememberHood's and lumber aa cheap and plentiful as ItIs '
had tried. J. II. Wtlib. Parade of fire street 419 XV. ll.y |
In Florida, we ought to make use of it 3 p. m police,

Sarsaparilla protecting our orange groves. I have and sanitary department of city, and exhibition JACKSONVILLE, \ FlKICII

la the best In fact tbe Oat True Blood Purifier. never had any practical experience In the Discovered by a "Woman. by fire department. WINKS create gnnri, rt| ,

gold by all druggists. 11 sla'for$ use |of artificial heat, but It haa been Another great discovery has been made, 8 p. m. Fantastio parade.WEDNESDAY. thy buying blood.sour Don't poor make wine the lipraiimcheap. mlMal,

HnnH's Dilla aeteaally, promptly and demonstiated that orange groves can be and that too, by a lady In this country."Disease . It I* not. It has a nutv 0
fastened Its clutches her greesble effect upon the RHtt>in,
effectively, assents.A upon *hipood
carried such freezes Florida 10 a. m. Annual convention State wine
through as and for seven yeara she withstood its is really not rxpennht, i
has had In recent yeara at an expense severest tests, but her vital organs were Good Roads Association.11a. gives you feeling.that imlled-tuiratbtr. i isatlsneu

not exceeding $2.50 per acre per nlgbtby undermined and death seemed imminent. m. Annual convention Travelers' J Of We make a Specialty of Nnrthf;
WAR BUT LITTLE INJURY For three months she coughed incessantly ma Mountain Dew Corn V lilhkev u
the use of ordinary wood fires proper* Protective Association. years old, f'/JM>per KRllon.1artlee .
and oould not sleep. She finally discovered
living In Dry Tomii
DONE. ly placed in the and both fruit 3 p. m. Bicycle races. m
groves,
a way to recovery, by purchasing well to order from us an we cin K
and treessaved. This knowledge would a botfle of Dr. King's New Discovery 8 p. m. Historical and allegorical parade. them 60 per cent,on all order*.

Tbe above may aeem strange, but thiawaa have (saved the State millions of dollars for consumption, andwaa so much relieved We CT will Always not send money with,oi#
new
distinctly the'' caso In the Anglo- in the past four years, had it been on taking first dose, that she THURSDAY. suitable Jacksonville open reference account It uti ri,
slept all night; and with two bottles, No Goods sent C. O. I) to Dry Ton
American of 1812-15
war na proved by practiced., haa been absolutely cured. Her name One of the most interesting features Agent for Indlanopolis ltrexlnr 1

government record*. The United States It would take up too much of your Is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes W.U. of the Gala Week festivities to be held Brewers and Bottlers,Iniliannpolu,1
feeble N. C. Hercules Malt Tonic, S2.25 per case J Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, 4.50 per cut.
were too to Infllot damage upon valuable space to dwelt on the various Hamnlck Co., of Shelby, In Jacksonville week will
Thanksgiving
Trial bottlea free at F. S. Chaffee's drug ,
Great Britain, and Great Britain waa too
plana and construction of wind-breaks
store. Regular size 50o and $1. Every be the Peace Jubilee, which will be celebrated
busy with her European wars to spare wood fires, etoM .that would. In opinion
my bottle guaranteed. on Thanksgiving morning, SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVIIXK YAltD,
men or ships to do much damage to the
serve, as a protection to orange Thursday, Nov. 24. The programme Pnlatka, Fla. K. Bay St., Foot of Calhtrfl"WILSON
United States. The-result was a desultory groves, but permit me to that the
say ADVANTAGES.No will celebrate tho triumph of our arms
war, in which neither side hurt the State Horticultural
Society's for
report in the war with Spain and will befittlngly CYPRESS COMPANY
other much. the year 1808, containing valuabletnformatlon the restoration of and ,
union offer inducements represent
state In the greater peace
The American invasions of Canada
on this subjeot should bo In the
to the homeseeker, for in no the glorious unity of our nation. It will Manufacturers of
were entirely unsuccessful; and equally hands of In the State.It .
every grower be held In Riverside where
park a large
live ,
other state can one cheaper or more
the attempts of the British on American may be possible that we will not platform will be erected, and the entire Lumber and Lath.
Industry
territory vrere frustrated.At have this comfortably. Inergy, economy Cypress Shingles |
a severe winter but It Is
year,
and common sense are the only requisites programme of the, morning will be as ,
sea the Americans were at first best to be on the safe side, and not neg follows

rather successful, but towards the end lect making preparation* until the cold to Insure auocess. A three family delicate consisting 0:43: :Procession will form at the foot A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, celling, aiding, mouldings, si
and
of slok women
the tide of victory went with the British weather Is here. one man lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cyprtmouldings
of Market and
street proceed to tbepark.
who, five years ago, began life in
ships.In of all patterns a specialty.
PLANTING MEW ''Floats representing Peace and
OKOJtBS.Aa Florida
South absolutely nothing
1814 a British fleet ascended Chesapeake upon When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see in,
there will be and live War, and different scenes of the late
) some new groves now own their horoe> as comfortably
Bay captured Washington, D. C,
planted out this, and also wish. conflict with Spain.
and burnt the government buildings In season, new as one could Though

retaliation for damage done to British trees set In old groves, I would Impress well-born and highly cultured, they 10:00 National salute of one hundred

property. In the neat year more than upon everyone the advantage to be gained worked bard, making money at what guns. THE SOUTHERN FDEL & SUPPLY Gompuq

a month after pence bad been declared In transplanting orange as well as they could, each helping to build the 10:10 Grand chorus of one hundred

between England aad the United States, other fruit trees as early as possible borne. This Is but.one Instance of many. voices.
This Is something which too which has caused 10:30 Oration: "Our Nation In Peace
upon much. The servant problem,
a British force suffered a
severe repulse, Wood Goal Coke Brick Lime Cement
with heavy loss, at New Orleans; sotliHt stress cannot be laid. There has been so much discussion tbe world over, has and War" by some orator of national ,

honors much discussion on this point among experienced been most satisfactorily solved by our reputation.
such
as they were, were about
equally divided. orange growera; some favor South Florida women, who do tbelr own 11:16: Grand; fconcert by the Gala Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.
November and December othera Week band and chorus.
and
January
The war that waa forced upon the cooking, washing, house-cleaning
New colonies the and February; others July and August. sewing, yet find time for literature, art 1130 Tableaux by all the schoolchildren
England by
obstinacy
408 West Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. Telephone 21J.
and pig-headedneas of King Oeorge III I favor November and December, and society. Though distinctly not of of Jacksonville In a brilliant ,

and his ministers waeVery unpopular In for this reason: By setting out trees at the knlckorbocker order of new women, spectacular representation of the varloua K. MUNNERLYN, General Manacer.1

England at that lliae, aa It was considered this time the ground haa time to settle when the occasion demands It, our wivea events of the war: First, the storming

an unoalled-for family war, and not a around the roots during the winter; and daughters are ever ready to add to of San Juan hill; 2nd, the army aleepsIn
they become well establlseed boarders the trenches 3rd the white flag of KW" I Invite Attention to
'foreign" war. All tbe beat men inEngland' In their the family finances by cooking for ; your my Complete Stock off

booked new places, and are In the best possible teaching, clerking, etc, eto.We truce; 4th, the flag hoisted over Santiago
were up by publlo sentiment
in their opposition to It, and it was condition to make an early and vigorous are, In short, perfectly Independent ; 5th, groups representing Cuba, > HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-

considered by Britishers one of the most growth the ensuing spring. If planting and waste neither time, thought Porto Rico, and tbe Philippines; 6th,

disgraceful conflicts In which the British be deferred until late in the season, tbe nor money upon appearances. Mental Illustrating the"United States, England Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware,GraIteware

arms were ever engaged; and the colonlata tree la at a great disadvantage; It must and moral qualifications being the same, and Japan; 7th, fancy drills and maneuvers doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cm

come In contact with the long drouth If Isa A, who wraps tomatoes each season ; 8tb, General Lee and his staff; 0th, freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame keroslne oil stoves, garden tooi
of the
Now
the were Union Jack same and opinion.Stars and Stripes let that we usually have In the spring, and is'just as well received in society as emblema of peace and good will to man.FRIDAY. and plows barbed and harrows wire, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nettit

fly aide by side for evermore. the newly-set tree Is in no condition to Miss B, whose father employs the former *

resist such. Trees will make a much lady. We have class distinctions, 10 a. m. Military parade. Harrison. Bros Ready Mixed Paints..Please .

more satisfactory growth the first year but they are of merit, rather than money 3 p. m. Atbletio sports. Write me for Prices. i respectfully soiwt; vmtlnniof
ORANGE GROVES, AND HOW if your patronage. Mail Orders given Prompt and Careful Attention, and InquirlM I
planted early In the winter. Another and blood. 8 p. m. Fireworks. prices answered promptly.

TO PROTECT-THEM. point In favor of "early planting, better Our food costs no more than elsewhere, IVI. 3U-

trees can be secured, and the planter can our clothes are but little more expensive What Scrofula Is.
Of Interest to Oranaju Growers.Intkki.aciikn West.Palm Beach, Fl:
take better
of bis
care trees after being than Mother Eve'a very original

; Fla..,Oot, 22 1808. set in grove form than the nurseryman wardrobe, while fuel may be had for the Scrofula is a disease as old as antiquity

Editor Indian River Advocate ; can in his nursery, gathering thereof. Add to these advantages It has been handed down for generations

Aa the time of la drawing There Is also one very Important point tbe blessing of a perfect, health- and la the same to-day aa in Magnolia
.year near to consider in early timea. It is emphatically a Grocery....
beginning could
a new grove or giving climate and what more
when we should bo making preparation* disease of the blood, and the only
for the protection of.our orange grove* resetting an old one, that Is the kind of mortal desire ? Sav. News.A / way to cure it is by purifying the Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
South Florida Woman, f blood. That Is Just what Hood's
during the winter; and as varloua plana
and Sarsaparilla doea in every case where STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
will be
suggestions discussed and It la given a faithful trial,
put Into practice, I have decided to offer Yellow Jaundice Cured. eradicates all impurltiea from the

a few words of advice through the colnoma Suffering humanity should be supplied blood, and cures the sores, boils, Butterlne, 14cts. per pound.

of your paper, which may be ofaoraa with every means possible for Its pimples and all forma of skin disease Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please jot

benefit to the orange growers of the relief.following It la with: "Thia pleasure Is to certify we publish that Iwaa blood.due Hood's to scrofula Sarsaparilla taints has in won the 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

our State, more especially to beginners. a terrible sufferer from yellow jaundloe the grateful praise of vast numbers Telephone No. 255.

Having been engaged In the orange for over six months, and waa treated of people by its grand and complete

business in Florida for nearly twenty by some of the beat physicians In our cures.Don't .
city and all to no avail. Dr. Bell, our allow scrofula to develop In your
years, and notwithstanding the upa and druggist, recommended Eloetrlo Bitters; blood. Cure it at once by taking EASY RIDING.

downs, freezes and low prices, I maintain aad after taking two bottles, I waa entirely Hood's Sarsaparilla.It .
that cured. I now take great pleasure All the time and speed when' you
The dread and foreboding in recommending them to any person Change of Steamboat Schedule. want it la a great feature ofRukvmatism
IT WILT- PAY TO UROW OKANOKSin ; which almost
invariably comes over suffering from this terrible malady..lam
thia State, even It we do have to resort a young- wife, just ere gratefully yours, M. A. ITogarty, Xexington -

to fires, wind-breaks, etc. It I* afaot little the advent darling of who the shall first Ky." Sold by F. S. Chaffee, the Commencing steamer St. Monday Augustine next, of, the Oct.I.10th R.A .,
druggist.
beyond dispute that our oranges In call her mother, is one B. B. I. N. Co., will leave Titusrllle Here are some Keating points for your consideration:
Florida are superior -quality and flavor of the unnatural bur.dene Mondays and Wednesday a at 5330 p. m..
to any that foreign countries can which civilisationhaa White City. arriving at St. Luclo River Tuesdays and Tbe Frame makes it
produce Imposed upon the Tb uradays. Leave St. Lucie River Tues STRONG.
; for this reason our fruit will always irivilege of mother* days and at Tltusvllle
command fair _iood. The late rains are making the strawberry Thurvdayagarrivlng The Construction makes It
a price. However, Wednesdays ana Saturdays.
There ought * to be each aa over* smile.We .
it is not a queation aa to price now; whelming- sense of depression, and weak.eae growera m DURABLE.

what we have to oonalder now la to save as a woman feels at this time and there are pleased to acknowledge a The Bearings give it
would aoe tW if ehe was in a perfectly atrongaad causes more aches and
our trees through the winter, so aa to healthy conditio*, lu thousands o7 pleasant visit from County Commissioner pal na than any other disease. It is due SPEED.

produce fruit every year, cases motherhood has been divested of all Waller.Mr. to acid In tbe blood, and la ourt-d by
/ The Double Roller Chain
its dangers aad a lam proportion of ita llood'a Sarsaparilla which neutralizes
BANKIKO TRUNKS WITII EARTH. paw by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite N. Blevins is expected soon with thia acid.Hood's. MAKES IT Tit
Prescript**, which ia the moat marvelous bit family and car of stock, from Texas. Pills Up hill down hill
,
Banking the trunka of orange-treea remedy ever discovered for restoring com.Slete cure biliousness. Mailed on the tour, road or track
with aand or dirt a few' years ago would organic health aad strength to the County Commissioner J. feT. Waller for 25o by C. L Hood Mass.IciaeelamvnunKrlbra EqUal.
have been considered a dangerous operation erhood. special Taken early structure during involved tbe prospective in moth has assured us of bis hearty cooperationin *- Send for Catalogue.

; but those who have practiced It time it makes she mother strong;, energetic the building of the road to White City H
the few and checrral aad carries her through the Station. Baron Henri de Rothschild, a cadet of KEATING WHEEL COMPANY,
during
to
past caa testify
years period of trial with comparative comfort the Paris branoh of tbe famous financial
Middletown
the advantage. Many groves have thus aad ease. It increases the baby's natural, Representatives of three families arrived Conn.Bucklen's .
has his
been saved during the past winter, that motherhood constitutional the vigor supreme and adds eetiecactioei to tbe joys of of a In White City Saturday, and commenced aa family doctor., passed final examination

would otherwise have been killed below strong;, robuet, lusty Isms*. "Favorite Pro work the following Monday, Arnica Salve. No Cure No Pay.
the bads.I acription ie aleo tie best supportive tonie getting ready tor the winter crop of vegetables When packing away light silk gowns,
The
would advise tor uurerng mother* a very expectant do not use white tissue paper, for it ia best Salve in the wor d for cuts' That la the all drnggl Ml!_
"banklng' ln all groves mother will appreciate what is said by Mrs.nleht etc. bruises, sores, ulcers salt rheum, fever way T05i-
how old the Harry erf CeJesburar. Ilhk. bleached by chloride of lime and will *e"ern GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL
no matter treea are; It can (J4J. PPe<. hands, chilblains *
Churchill Ave.) la a letter to Dr. Fierce spoil the color of the silk.thetrowu corns and all for Malaria, Chills and Fever. J
be done at a small cost, and will give the suisse k Rose Leigh ton haa bean' engaged for skin eruptions and posltlvelvcore. simply Iron and Quinine In a toulT.form.

owner the consolation of knowing that "Ihsi have tityour m4l the Castle Square Opera company, singing Mies, or > pi> Children love Itv Adults pre"*
Uaae,aad 44 thtnj 1 t be all ' guaranteed to drive *
*> that la cUImed.i perfect aatufan. Price,
the buds are safe, even If the tops are ; ana* MUiniiia ikra tea MgUy. > In New York.W. T ANTErj icTn LTRTOrwORTHTPer- or money refunded Price It to bitter, nauseating tonics.
meat wee made I VV7 sons la this state to manage our business 2So. per
frozen. My plan In banking orange trees / Bifii? ",easy,,k*,aa have eapcifcatea et that nertau.seat J. Arkell of Judge, one* offered to and mrbv counties. It ia mainlyao7' roT .l b7 * 8. Chaffee i druggist, *
Is to make part of the mound of each and ) the one that motaera atarea bet Clerk HoweU all his publications offloe work eonnueted at home. Salary straight : The average number of horses WJ
each, eaU e. the amdUae bee hetaed use ht $909 a year and expenses deflnlte, bnnaflda, no *
tree, say about a foot or eighteen inchea I IWgh many ether mtya. t <**wkt rasoeam u4 all a*. against the Atlanta Constitution that more,no leas salary. Monthly STB. Referencea. (Remember.vUl In Spanish bullfights every year e*

; using tbe top-soil, drawing lt | McKlnley would be elected. bert Enclose K. Hess aeli-arirt, rrae raise Kept.it stamped M,Chlosgn.envelope. Her a share of your work.] 5,000 sacriflced., while' from 1,000 to 1,200 balU













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INDIAN RIVKU AbVOCATJs.. OCTOBKll 28. 1898




Professional Cards. HOOLEY PURPOSES TO LIVE. PERSONAL CHATS.Bnron THE DYNAMITE GUN. NOTICE OF ELECTION.w HODGES & GODFREY 1 I


That la. If Re Holds the Views on Fmil- Henri de Rothschild, a oadetf aV Destreetlve Weanon of Wnrtnra Used

GRAHAM are Be Did Home Years Aro, the Paris branch of the famous financial Before ftantlaso. .'frllKltlCAa., TlieLeclalatnra of IftOT, under Manufacturers of
BOBBINS A Besides Sir. Hooley, there was anoth* family, lias passed his final examination The accounts of the battle before Santiago \V the Constl union r lMfl, or tlm State ofMorlila

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, er guest at this dinner at brilliant creature as doctor.W. says the New York Tribune, all | >sliijr Amendment, illil |> ssthrM* to the Joint Constitution Itasolutlons of Yellow Pine Lumber

-who has all sidoa of human J. Arkell of Judge onoe offered to mention tins work of the pneumatla dynauiito lie State of Florida, nnd the same were sirrpedto .hiftH
aoen
hy a vnte of three-fifths of ell the uieinlmrs
10 to 12 of
I From a. m., which was In the charge
nc Houb8S life, has been journalist, politician, bet Clerk Howell all his publications gun elected t<> each' House| that the vote on said KOU01I LBKHS1CD,
Iw and 2 to 4 m.TitimviU" Borrow. This
p. the Atlanta Constitution that Sergeant Hallett Alsop Joint Kcsolntlons Were entered upon their teaiootlve -
Brevard Co., Florida. financier, a grim fighter, an incomparable against modern weapon of wurfnro was shown | ilmrrnals, with tho yoss end iiays thereon Orange Ilos llencls.
MoKinley would bo sleeted. and they did determine and rtlreoc that the
j 0.IK"' ""' raconteur, and of stories drawn for the flrnt time at the olcctrical exposition siild Joint Resolutions bu submitted to the Fruit A Vegetable Crates.
Will pnuitlos In U the eourts state and fed from every phase of human life, from Alfred Dole, a nephew of ex-Presl- held in New York in May and hlootura t>f the state at the (leneral Kleotlon In Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Rive*

) l facilities lor examining and perfectto every region of the world. I don't know dent Dole of Hawaii, is a member and of Juno, 1808. It consists of a few simple November.Now,therefore 1HMH. I,John ICrawford,Secretary on thrniiirh hulldlniron bill ef the IhiIIiiic Kiwi Coast* Anyone, would contemplating do well to a
national
K of the guard
,Uml titles.M what devil put it into our heads, but Company ports that may be manufactured rapidly of Stste of the State or Florida, do hereby give write for prices. The Sawmill Is situated on the
notlue time
was a luembor of the first expedition to in any woll equipped mnohino shop, and a J.,T. K. W. Hy.,0 miles south of I'alatka.Sittsuiiiitlllfrhts .
the conversation turned on men that GENERAL lKLKCTON|
the
JONES Philippines. the inventor, Dana Dudley, says that itla INitiuimco., Fla
DfOB S. had been broken and the turned *
nrune Bosworth who has boon will lie held In oaoh county In Florida, on Tues
Charles A. a perfectly safe and reliable piece ofordnanoe.
day iinxteuoneeillnK (he llrst Monday In N'ovunIwr
-
of who known
np one was at one epoch chosen assistant treunurer of the United In the patent the following ,A. U,tins,the said Tuesday bums; the

ATTORNEYATLAW.Ititcsville to everybody who went up to the city. States snbtreasury in Cincinnati, was olalm is made: / EIGHTH I>AV OK NOVKMJIBlt, Choice .

buevard There is no need to mention.the name formerly associated with Senator Forakor The method of discharging a pneumatio tho
co.f fla. for ratlllnatlon or rajnnllnn of the said Joint Wlrfos,Liquors
now. Everybody will recognize it from in the practice of law. gun, which consists in compress- Resolutions proponlnfc Amendment* to the Constitution

County Judge of Brevard County. the story: Rear Admiral MoNair, who has boon of the State of li'lorldit, as follows, vlsiARTICI.K . and Cigars,

The much traveled raconteur in XII.Sootlon Guaranteed
wan assigned to the Naval academy as successor Pure.

his bost vein, had told story af tor story to Philip H. Cooper, is the first 1.1, of Artlole XVT, shall be and Is Sold at reduced

GAULDEN, thrilling, tragical, comic and, when officer of his rank to have received the amended so as to rend as follows ISKCTION prices
D.L. 1.1. Tho sureties the ofllaln!
npon
this name was mentioned, naturally be detail slnoe Admiral Rodgers was therein iMimlsof all State,Dounty and inunlnlpal oflloers
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, seized upon it and told the story of life shall be renident* of, and have sullliilont visible Imported
the early eighties. property nnemmnihered within the State, not Tokay Wine,
and death for it of life and
iiraotloe In all the Conrts of ths State was a story from
sale
Will Sarah Bernhardt has accepted an invitation exempt under hyal process, to make from Italy.
I of Florida,and the United States Courts.t. death with all the abundant rosonroesof I>TNAMITR O0N AND rHOJKCTIUClng (jihmI tliolr bonds) and tlm sureties upon the
.0. Box,838. TITUSVILLK, FLA. bis picturesque language, his gos- to visit thef maharajah of Kapurthala air in a suitable chamber by moans olllclnl bonds of all county and municipal ollloers -
in India and will, it Is said, shall reside within the county where their John B. Togni,
Money to Loan. 18 tare,' his mimetio power. hunt. This recalls of the explosion cf on explosive therein Krlnolpals upon audi bonds rosldo, ami shall
The story lent Itself to suoh treatment participate in a tiger and communicating the air pressure visible and unencumbered prop Metropolitan Saloon, 123 Kuat Bay St-t
yJfing erty in aiiolt that Is
the fact that she used to keep a oounty not exempt from
for its hero had the reputation thus prodnood to the base of the projectile sale under leual process to mnke frood thotr lia JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA .
M. GOLDSMITH, of immense wealth, lived in a grand tiger as a domestic pot.In in another chamber uninterruptedly bility on siinli bonds) Provided, "That any duly w
1803 J. F. Stearns of Shoo, Me., organised ind raspousib'e Guarantee or Surety Wholesale anil Itelnll...... i tfil ,
street entertained royally therewith.
was a magnate connected Compuny, either foralKii or clomestla, lawfully
among promoters, kept horsos in lent $100 to a young man who had an The method of discharging projootllesby doing- business In this State, niny hnoomoand be iUH''

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, fact, ran the whole gamut of the rich, offer in the far wost. The understanding means of the explosion of an explosive aoueptod 4 surety on all such olllclal bonds." The Largest and Most Cb'rriiplete

I Tltusvllle, Florida.J. luxurious age and country in which welive. was that the money was to be repaid in an air chamber, which consists ARTICLB Xia.' Establishment South. '

And then he took to crime secret quarterly. A few days ago Mr. Stearns in interposing a confined body of air uninterruptedly Section 3d, of Article V, of the Constitution of

undiscovered, never revealed, even received a chock for ,|10 as the first in- between the projectile the Stnto of *Inrida, Is hereby amended so as to GEO. S. HACKER

WEBB. to this hoar. The day of reckoning .installmont. and such explosive and then exploding rend as follows iSKPTION
,
88. No
courts other
came. He went to his place in the ooun. a dream the mother of Frank R.Shaller the explosive in said chamber, whereby epnalrlsd shall lie established In this than State herein, except

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW try, and then came from the lips of the of .Company E, Seventy-first high pressure is developed and the projootile road that the Legislature may clothe any Rail
Commission with
raconteur his description of the last regiment, saw her son wounded by a discharged. matters connected with Judicial the functions Powers of In their all

Will practice la the Courts of the 7thI hour of the doomed man. He met death, terrible explosion. A few days later she The gun is known as a "dynamite" olllce. /

I and Circuit rents Taxes and accounts paid for collected.I non-residents. said ths teller of the story, with the read the report from Santiago saying gun, but Its manufacturers the Sims- ARTICLB XIV.

same audacious front he had always that he had been wounded la the head Dudley Defense oompanysay that this Add tho following as Section 84, of Article

I Tltusvllle, Florida. turned to the world. "He first," said the by the explosion of a shell. is a misnomer, because the projectile III. .
SUCTION M. Immediate
raconteur, "fired a shot at a tree to soeif Colonel Ernest Orattan, who baa just which is flrod by the gun Is never loaded peachment of any ollluer by!the House!on the of Rep Im>

0. FRIES, 0. E. the revolver was in good order, and been retired from the English army onaooonnt with dynamite, but always with resentatives,of lie shall he disqualified from perfortnlnif -

then he fired a shot Into his own brain.He of age, enlisted in an infantry some other and, as they say, much safer any the the Senate duties, and of Ills the olllce Governor until,soqulttedby in-

COUNTY SURVEYOR. was a game man." battalion 88 years ago as a private under high explosive. Oun cotton, either wet suoh to till caso suoh, shall ciflloe at once appoint an Inoumlient

Suddenly there came over the dinner the name of John Smith, and it or dry, or any high explosive, may bensed In case pending of the the Impeachment Impeachment of prooeedlnKS. the-

Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. table a ghastly silence, a thrill as if the was not until he had won his commission in the projectiles, but the compound Governor, the President of the Senate,or In case

Slapping neatly done. Estimates for ghost of the dead were passing. It lasted that he assumed his real name.J. ordinarily usod for loading the of President the death of,the resignation Senate, the or Inability Speaker of of the the

but for a few moments, but it seemed projectile is known as Nobel's gelatin."It House of Representatives shell aut as Governor MANUFACTURERS OF
all kinds of M. Barrio led bis eleven to victory
engineering works. Disputed pending the
to me a very, very long time. Mr. Hooley ia a high explosive remarkable Impeachment prooeedlnua against
on the cricket field at Tanbridge Wells, the Governor. Doors Sash Blinds
linos a specialty.Titobviixe was the first to speak and spoke like England the other day* Mmo. Do Navarro for two peculiarities," the oompanysays. The votes oast In oompllanoe with said pro- ,
the brave, healthy creature I take him "First, that it oan be handled, amendments, and the canvass, declare*
Brevard better known as Mary Anderson, Ion and returns thereof, shall be & Material
Co. Florida. subjected to Moulding Building
to be. He took a fork, traced a little bit the ground all day and entertained stored and used with greater safety and the same regulations and restrictions as are ,
of a farm in his native coon try. "IfI'mi was on security than any other explosive containing Brovlded hy Taw for General Kleutlons In the
the artists and men bf letters Florida.srThe .
Office A Warerooms, King, opposite
ever broken, be said, "I won'tblow second that
/ E0RGE W. ALLEN nitroglycerin: -
who batted under Mr. Barrio's captain | attention of the Sheriff Is called to Cannon Street.Charleston .
ont my brains. I'll go down to when it is properly detonated, so as to the law requiring him to cause a Notice of said
that little farm with my wife and children cy. produce an explosion, its destructive effect Kleotlon to be piibllaned In a newspaper printed S. C.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Richard Croker has found revenge for In the county, If there be a paper In the county, ,
and I'll turn farmer. is greater than that of any other and if titers lie no paper published In the
Key West and that his snubbing by the Prince of Wales by county, he shall nanse at least Ave
Florida. It was bravely spoken, now explosive known. copies of this
for Little Saint, a6yearold Notice to be potted in the Sash Weights Cord and
bidding $8,000 most public places In
Will practice in the United States the dread hour has oome I trust that it wanted and Projectiles loaded with Nobel's gelatin the county.IN ,
that the prince
Bind State Courts. 0jun05IrvR. will be as bravely acted. I know nothing have been used in connection with TESTIMONY WHERKOF, I have here Hardware.
about Mr. Hooley's financial methods which was sold at a horse auction where the Sims-Dudley gnn by the Cuban insurgents unto set my hand and alllxed the Ureal Seal of
it to have brought about the State of Florida, at Tallahassee the
was expected Capital,
but I cannot bring myself to join and the Cuban junta has written this the JOth day of July, I8U8,
F. H. HOUQUTON, the ignoble crowd that hunted him, $750. The prince's last bid, through an many letters in which the deadly tL. fl.] JOHN L. CRAWFORD, Window and Fancy Glass

toadied him, rained him in his hour of agent, was $6,000, and Croker got the work of the destructive machine has Secretary of Bute. A SPECIALTY.BO .

triumph and that now trample on his horse."Chang. been spoken of. To Joseph P. Brown, Shell IT Brevard Oounty.

DENTIST. prostrate body. T. P. O'Connor's M.A. the Chinese giant," who The gun consists of two tubes, one H
P. traveled with Barnum for years, and YBARS*
plaoed over the other, the upper and
Daytona, Florida.IDALPU AInmlnlam Horseshoes, who was a phenomenally tall Yankee, longer one being known as the project' NOTICE OF ELECTION. EXPERIENCB

bas been granted a divorce by Judge lie tube. These tubes are made of a
Commercial AgentjVtwell at Routalx Rogers of Providence. Chang, to his manufactured !Me
E. SMITH M. D. reports to the state department that specially composition
is Frederick A. Bailey. the
fellow townsmen, metal possessing a tensile strength of To Sheriff of Brevard County, of
aluminium is used in the
now being They call him Chang Bailey, and about 80,000 pounds to the square inch. the State of Florida:
manufacture of and
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, bicycles, military when clean shaven he has a physiognomy
The diameter of the bore of this tube isiyi
authorities have for some time past KNOW YR. that I, John Crawford, Sec
pectullst In Genital, Urinary an Rectal made an effort to employ this metal in that might be easily fixed up to inches, and its total length is about hereby of give State notlee of the that State of Florida, do Trade Marks
typify a genuine Mongolian. a
14 feet. Below the projectile tube is the
Diseases. place of iron, copper and steel for all DcaiaiwaCORVRiarlTflJ
articles of equipment carried by lnfan expansion or combustion .chamber, GENERALELECTION; AC
Located all tfaoide Hotel ***" Seeoasl Thoarhta. will be held In Rrevard State Anyone sendtmt a sketch and dssertptlnnintmt
which consists of a tube 4y{ inches in County, of Florida,
in order reduce the
to weight 'lr sscertelif fr.
try, as on Tuesday next succeeding the First ffntns cur opinion annmnnlen
Jacksonville, V Florida. much as possible. The sound of the door dosing behind diameter and 7 feet long. In November,A.U, 18U8, the said Tuesday Monday being .ls probably pstentable.e Ilandbonkon. Patents* -

With the same object'the Russian him fell like a knell."Come the sent free. Oldest |for seenrtnepstenls.isther.
EIGHTH DAYOF stents taken tnrouittonsstrlotlriMinflflentL Mann A Co. reserve
minister of war has ordered aluminium back 1" she shrieked. Fascination of Light. NOVEMDEIl, rsmrtei nolle*, without theinvention

Pineapple, Orange ami Lemon horseshoes for the cavalry. The first The echo of ber own voioe mocked Many theories have been suggested asto For One Representative of the Second Coil Scknt-Tic JfmcricaH.A

Land For Sale, Cheap.I trial is now being made by the Finland her."Com why light attracts moths, but perhaps If the irresslonal Fifty-sixth District Congress of the of State of Florida' in .
and the horses shod as back I" the best explanation is that it fascinates the United States. handsomely lllostrated weekly.
dragoons, are
For
One Jostles of the Supreme Court ef ths dilation of any salentuln Journal, Terms, M a
have for sale 80 follows: A shoe ofthe new aluminium Her cry smote the empty air and was thenas a serpent does a bird.So State of Florida, for full term. 11 roar months, 81Sold by ail newsdeaisrs.Co .
of
State of
_ 40 of which being northeast remaining shoes being of the kind now "Perhaps" been devised for their destruction based Llddon,FUirlda resigned., for unexpired term of 11. S. Breoob OlBoe, fit F St,Washington,D.C.

uarter of northeast quarter of section In use. The trial, which has already She bowed to the decree of fate on this fact. One of these inventions For One Treasurer of tbe State of Florida.

township 38, south of range 41 east; lasted six woeks, seems to be satisfactory it is better thus. oonsists of an electric searchlight in For Two Railroad Commissioners for the term

ie other 40 is the northeast quarter ,' as the aluminium wears out less Upon closer inspection she had discovered connection with a blowing fan. The Insects of Four Years, Vfftff .frvvft. AWUV "OnTL AjJt

southeast quarter of section 8, rapidly and ia less affected by mud and that the umbrella bo left was completely fascinated, are attracted For Two One Yesrs.Railroad Commissioner tot the term of JTAMPS1EALS WHY NOT HAVE Yi

o lue n hlp above 38,land south of range 41 east. moisture than the ordinary shoe. The silk and not alpaca after alL Piok MeUp. by the light and fly close to the lantern > For One Memlter of the House of Representa rVilRK DONE BY QUICK

racre. It is can be bought for $10 difference in weight is about 70 grains they are then drawn Into a pipe tives of tbe.Htate ot Florida, H. *P IN0ArrfCf.MII .

"""''smon or lime suitable for pineapple, (iX ounces) on each shoe. Mr. Atwell by a suction draft and carried to a sort of For Tax Assessor, M* STeELfuTSVM.SF .

,1 J?? 8 0d, ,n ,ots growing.of 40 acres, for says the cost is not greater at present mill, which mixes them up with a little For Tax Collector. I :, SRASStWCCK"rtTWRirCn'SSUPrV

This land will soon be worth $50 and will be less as soon as the system Public Statement frromA flour. The reaulting blend is then For For County Three Treasurer. ,


P'y' *od. n. Walton, Advooatk have been perfocted. Washington Star. Public Man were using their powerful soarohi For Justice of the Pesos In and for the followlng -!.

m,or to Bobbins A Graham, Tltus11,9 lights off the coast of Egpyt, at more Justice Districts, vis i No. 8, No, 8, No. s, I IN THE SOUTH
No. 10, Nu.lt, No. U, No. 1), No, I8 No. 17
The Chinese Who Served With Dewey. ,
tfW than two miles from the shore millions
on.W. H.Ohley, Kx-Heeretary of State of No. 18, No. IV,No, No.31* I
The Chinese servants ordinarily nsed West Virginia, writes sin open letter."Every of insects, fascinated by the light,' traveled For Constable In and for the following Justice
for fetohing and carrying were impressed along the beam of light nntil they Districts, vis I No. 8, No. 4, No.8, No.8. No. T,

irjlT. iU"*ERAL J" TRUSTWORTHYoor business PerMrown in- into service and showed courage and Charleston, W. Vs., Mar. 9,1898.To struck the glass and fell, where they accumulated No.No.8 19,,No.No.10 14,,No.No.II II,,No.No.18 lit., No.No.ID.Mr .13, No V U, WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.An .

* em*i ne rby counties. It Is mainly skill. They showed as much nerve as ivhom $t may conctrn: Into m heap more 'than two *The attention of the Sheriff In nailed1 to
the Americans. They aided at the "I mostbeartily recommend Perunaas feet In height. Light,equally fascinates the law requiring him to cause a Notice of said
'JStaSl? ?xl n lefinlt ur-nande, no Election to be published In
m* n\r.\ ? aryMon">ly ! References whips, and in lifting and carrying the of great benefit in cuhcs of catarrh.It fishes, and they have'boen lured to the In the county, if there be a paper a newspaper in the county printed,
>* n a, l'lT'LUmIM1} envelope. Hers ammunition. Their faces were as impassive Is especially beneficial wherever the nets by a glowlight lowered in the wator. and If there lie no paper published In the ooun
rjept. ,Chicago. ty, he shall cans* a. least
mucous membranes are nfTreted. As atonio ire--copies of this
when dinner in Hong .
as serving Notice to be posted In the most publlo places In
kong harbor. They chattered; to each it certainly has no s rior. tbe county.It- li 0 V. T uAif. hV"DAY. 7'30C.
W. II.Ohlkt, Ex-Secre.Wy of State."What's For Msaeorlasr Dletanoee. TESTIMONY WlfERF-OF fh
other in their own language, and laughed ve matPEFFER'SMERVJfiOrtOis//
The telemeter is 'invention berenno set my hand and affixed the
In their Celestial way when a shot, an the tL.S.l Oreat Seal of the State of Florida, at | rfully *qutrk.*>. Cura wbta !!
striking the foremast, shook the ship, purpose of which is to measure distance Tallahassee,the Capital, this tbe 2Stb otbtrt mora rooovar tmfl. Tonne youthful tn vigor.n nttfaUrt eAlkss!>*lwCvly nn.nhf.io4tUMttr old*
of .
caused the paint to scale off the mast afoot in a very easy and accurate way. The day August, IHIM.JOMf

from as and the angle lines which construction of it is somewhat in this L. CRAWFORD, 'J-** im** V.lll..0 MamwryTwMtlai* HI**

strengthen it inside to rattle loudly."Velly wise! A telescope is mounted upon an sep>nov* Secretary of State.To indUcntUm Ms, aruft*a/I Ward tfet*Off of Inewntty tmlf mttw and ot*oonsinmfrtki sMMsWaW* J4 i.

good." said one, and mechanically arm about three feet long, the end of J.P. Jlrown,Sheriff,Brevard County. Don't let drajnilM ImpvM tm woHtil****anirtUltuia on>
you hwMtniMJirlw.tl -
t4r 0sV Jaaliiion
pr > *
resumed his task. They, too, the arm nearest the telescope having a K VtowK. Of **n<- for .
0TTON Can bm oarrit)4 la l>yiJ tf rptJd Plata wrap*
were curious, and when some man graduation scale for either angles ordistanoes. p r. *) pr bos. o for MS, will. A fMlvs ,
horizon Inquisitive man is a creature naturally Writ*** **mmrmutm+ tm C-r* m*Mtnn a.
A glass is the
attached
firmly
that
would sing out from the ports we
FT late.Adr
elis
SEINE TWINES.J bad struck a Spanish ship they were as to the arm, and there is also an very vacant of thought Itself/ and i *. ,

J P CT STURGEON T Hg, happy as we. Atlantic Monthly. 'Adjustable vernier which acts with the therefore forced to apply to foreign aatlstance. > Sold by J. B. Screven, only.
adjacent graduations on the arm. The Steele.Itise .
CABLE C0RD8 and MACRAMC. P-eflectlng surface of the index glass is'set

|t EMORY JOHNSON. at an angle of 48 degrees to the axis
man is likely to make mistakes I>eafnes Cannot be Cured
MOODUS of the lever. The manipulation is very Royal-tansy
CONN. in publlo as In private life, said pills
the charitable man.u simple. Looking through the telescope By local applications, as tfaey cannot
and horizon glsss at the object the distance reach tbe portion of the ear. There Is Kwanrerrsr. mcrsmraibs.
Yea, answered Senator Sorghum."But of which is to be measured, the only one way to cure deafness,, and that Sf a aew.sil.,reiJeSie e oe..lve.aad Meaty sa/e reUef or fur ewlnnat.up. *
there mistakes for which
are some Is by constitutional remedies. MnitsnUos.Stow eMU isvsee
lever is swung over so that the index Deafness by ever
there ia Is caused laele* lavle Mmte*chaws era-aaa. MW
no excuse.
by an inflamed condition of <
glass receives the image and reflects itto were e II laallatlaas. Jfaate
"For example?" the mucoua lining of the Eostaefalan IMtpsr. as pMa* Pus. small SwsSL SmS
"Well, about the worst la owning up Hon. W, II. Odlxy.Peruna the horizon glass at a point coincident To be. When this tnbe Is Inflamed yon stamps.led fop la plain pa# fc>wrapper.nlarw. SUI4,s sd tr Pa l..at la>

after yon have made one." Washing- ha"cured tho ands of obstinate with the line of sight. The vernier determines have a rumbling sound or Imperfect CAXAawVClATlwN..eairM.WKl.lnn.1 PEPf Ihlaaaa KB,Mr UX.t>4.
the and
angle, the base line
and
hearing, when It.Is
tan Star. cases of catarrh, and is perhaps being known the distance of the object deafness la the result, and entirely unless ths closed lofUmatloti -, Sold by i. B. Screven, only.

the only efficient remedy in existence may be readily computed. can be taken out and tbls tube

making that jarring noise for catarrhal diseases; but there are restored to Its normal condition* bearing

la the room overhead?*' countless multitudes of people who are will be destroyed forever; nine cases oat The Adtocatb Is still giving away.

"It's a meeting of strikers. They're still straggling with catarrh and need Grotrox (shyly) Papa thinks of ten are caused by catarrh, which Is free, tobacco seed of the finest grade.
such these theirnqaelifledreooaamendatifn nothing but Inflamed Call and
help. To aa an condition of the get some, with Instructions for
kicking for higher wages. of Pe-ru-na by Ex- to* Intend to annex somebody to this mucoua surfaces.We IU cultivation.s .
The questioner was silent s> sooment. Jaoejssv wilt give One Hundred
Secretary Ohley is dlreeteA. Perunala Dollais for
Then be sighed dismally."Another scientific) aad purely vegetable. All Charley Hardnppe I am opposed to any ease of deaioese (caused by catarrh)

revenue stainpv" he said, sell it.Aak annexation as UBConstitutionai. But Iam that cannot be cared by Hall's Catarrh All communications/for this
druggists
as the applause seemed to. break loose looking for a base of supplies. Cure. Send for circulars-free. should be addressed "Tai paper
for free Pe-ru-na Adtocatb-
again. Chicago Tribune. Almanac any for druggist the year 1800.a Mew York Journal ffy-Sold F. J. CHENEY hy druggists,CO.73c, Toledo, O. Tit mediate us vllle attention., Fla." This will Insure la*



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INDIAN U1VKK ADVOCATE. OCTOBER *, l 8.


around each- tree and leaviog a baain at stock; to use. In the most extreme southern JACKSONVILLE'S GALA WEEK.

What People Say the trunk. Thla can be done about Deo.1st part of the state, It Is claimed that

.or sooner, If necessary. This forms almost all the standard varieties of orange Those of our readers who were fortunate

a foundation for the mound, and also (except Satsuma) do well on soar enough to witness the gala week Wholesale Dealers In

The Verdict Is tha Same from hastens the work of banking, when notice and rough lemon stock; In the upper festivities held la Jacksonville last year

All Sections of a blizzard Is given. The advantage part of the stale, or tbe orange belt, the will be pleased to learn that the Executive GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.,.

In thus having my trees partly banked aour and trlfollata are the best to bud Committee of that fete have decided ,

is this: on. The sweet stock will also do well to hold the week this on November
A Subject of V t Importance to gala year 181 and 133 East Bay Street and 6 and 8 JTewnan Street.TAOlacjsoxx' .
the Community."I Wheu a cold wave signal is given, all for budding to Satsuma, and some other 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25th. The

have found Hood's Sarsaparilla to botba there' Is to do to finish the banking Is to varieties, but In no case would I recommend programme, which Is" given below this crdLLlo, Ploria

bMt strengthening medicine and the fill up the, basin around the.trunk, with the sweet stock, only for high, week, is a most elaborate one, and
ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN
t>Mt nerve tonic that I have ever tried.I top-soil (clean, dry dirt, If possible) to a dry land, the sweet stock being subject there will be plenty of entertainment THE CI

always feel better after taking It. Myhueband height of two feet or more, and tbe work to foot-rot and other diseases In low day and night during the week. $10,000 j = -

baa derived great benefit from of banking Is done. It may be necessary laqds. The selection of varieties will, of will be expended In furnishing amusements We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow I
IU on, having taken It for heartburn and at times in guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed.
( case of warm, wet weather) course, bo governed by the location, conditions and many new and novel Ideas Wen
atomaeh tron ble. We always apeak highly your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial nd you will be pleased.
of llood'i Baraaparilla." Mas. J. Bratt, during the winter, to* remove the dirt of the soil, etc. are to be presented. The railroads have

Daytona, Florida. partly on tbe south side iof each tree as This article will be scanned with criticism granted an unusual low fare, so all can MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, pC

"I did sot have any appetite and eonld far In as the main trunk, lor ventilation. no doubt, on the part of some who go-

not Bleep at night. I began to take Hood's.Baraaparilla This can be quickly done and'put' back have no faith In tbe orange Industry, but The following gives the events for the

and before I had finished two again when notice of freeze Is given.rrwIIX there Is one thing certalol Florida will four days of the gala week: X3a >eW2ka 3 m TJ"JMLDEALERS cSc CO

bottles I wee very much better. Binoe PAY TO PHOTKCT OltANOB TREES.It never play the fool again by disregarding TUKSDAY. INkJCL
taking four bottles I have good appetite
and aleep well." QaJUUal I* Rubsbix, does seem to 'me that, with wood the frost signal. We could have 10 a. m. Annual convention of Mayors J&XUL&FLORIDA'S Key West, Florida. RememberHood's and lumber as cheap and plentiful as Itis saved our trees and our oranges If we and Council men cities of Florida.
In Florida, we ought to make use of It had tried. J. n. Wtlir. 3 p. m. Parade of fire, police, street 417, 419 XV. Bay St.,

Sarsaparilla protecting our orange groves. I have and sanitary department of city, and exhibition JACKSONVILLE, \ fl

Is the best-In faut tbe One True Blood Purifier. never had any practical experience In the Discovered by a "Woman. by fire department. RICH WINES create good, rl
Bold bjr all druggists, f 11 slx'for as.HonH'a use [of artificial beat, but It has been Another great discovery has been made, 8 p. m. Fantastio parade.WEDNESDAY. thy buying blood.sour Don't make wine the mliui
poor beca.ucheap.
Plll act easily, promptly and demonsttated that orange grovea can be and that too, by a lady In thia country."Disease It is not. It has a nawty< (
effectively, asoents.A fastened Its clutches upon her greeable effect upon the > teni, |:
carried through such freezes as Florida and for seven years she withstood its 10 a. m. Annual convention State good wine is really not expenuhe
has had In recent years at an expense severest testa, but her vital organs were Good Roads Association. satisfied Hives you feeling.that pulled-together1; ,

not exceeding (2.50 per acre per night undermined and death seemed Imminent. 11 a. m. Annual convention Travelers' rjr We make a Specialty of Nonhc
WAR, BUT LITTLE INJURY by the use of ordinary wood fires properly For three months she coughed Incessantly Protective Association. years iina Mountain old, t'iM Dew per gallon.Corn >\hlnkev,i
DONE. and could not sleep. She finally discovered Parties living in Dry Towni ,
placed in the and both fruit 8 wli
groves Bicycle
m. races.
p.
a way to recovery, by purchasing well to order from ua, aa we cio ,
and trens saved. This knowledge would a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery 8 p. m. Historical and allegorical parade. them M> per cent,on all ordcri.
The above may aeem strange, but thiawaa have |saved tbe State millions of dollars for consumption, andwas ao much relieved Always send money withortl
distinctly tbe' case In the .Anglo- In the past four years, had it been on taking first dose, that she We suitable will Jacksonville not open new reference.accounti to urn pi
American war of 1812-18, aa proved by practiced... slept all night; and with two bottles, No Goods sent C.O. D to Dry Tern
has been absolutely cured. Her name One of the most Interesting features Agent for Indianopolla Itrtwlnrl
government reoords. Tbe United States It would take up too much of your is Mrs. Luther Lutz." Thus writes W.U. Brewers and Bottlers, Indiana polls,1
were too feeble to Infllot damage upon valuable space to dwell on the various Hamnlck A Co., of Shelby, N. C. of the Gala Week festivities, to be held Hercules Malt Tonio, $2.25 per case; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, |4.50 per cue.

Great Britain, and Great Britain waa too plans and construction of wind-breaks Trial bottles free at F. S. Chaffee's drug in Jacksonville, Thanksgiving week, will
with her store. Regular size 50o and fl. Every be the Peace Jublloe, which will be celebrated
busy European wara to apare wood fires, etc, that would. In my opinion bottle
men or ships to do much damage to the serve as a protection to guaranteed. on Thanksgiving morning, SAW AMD PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE TARD,
orange Thursday, Nov. 24. The programme Pulatka, Flat E. Bay St., Foot of Catherl
United States. The- result desultory
waa a but
groves, permit me to say that the
In which neither aide hurt the ADVANTAGES.No will celebrate the triumph of our arms
war, State nortloultufal Society's for
other much. the year 1808, containing valuablenformation report In the war with Spain and will befittlngly WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY

The American Invasions of Canada on this subject, should be In the state In the union ofler greater inducements represent the restoration of peace and ,
were entirely unsuccessful and equally to the homeseeker, for In no the glorious unity of our nation. It will Manufacturers of
; hands of every grower In the State.It .
the of the British Amorloan other state can one live cheaper or more be held In Riverside park, where a large
attempts on
be
may possible that will
we not
territory v ere frustrated.At have a severe winter this year, but It Is comfortably. Fnergy, Industry, economy platform will be erected, and the entire Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. .
and the programme of the morning will be asTHURSDAY. ,
sea the Americans were at first best to be on the safe side, and not neg common sense are only requisites ,

rather successful, but towarda the end lect making preparations, until the cold to Insure suocoss. A family consisting follows: A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, ablngl
the tide of went with the British of one stck man and three delicate women 9:45 Procession will form at the foot
victory weather Is here. lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prjftnpt shipments. Cjpnmouldings
ahlpa.In I r who, five years ago- began life in of Market street and proceed to the
PLANTING NEW OltOyfCH.As South Florida absolutely nothing park. ''Floats representing Peace and of all patterns a specialty.
1814 a British sleet ascended Chesapeake upon ,
there When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see na.
Bay captured Washington, D. C, will be some new groves now own their horae and live as comfortably War, and different scenes of the late

and burnt tbe government buildings In planted out this, season, and also new as one'could' wish. Though conflict with Spain.

retaliation for damage done to British trees set In old groves, I would impress well-born ''and highly cultured, they 10:00: National salute of one hundred

property. In the next year more than upon everyone the advantage to be gained worked hard, making money at what guns. THE SOUTHERN FDEL & SUPPLY Coup
a month after peace bad been declared In transplanting orange as well as they could, eaoh helping to build the 10:10 Grand chorus of one hundred ]

between England aad the United States, other fruit trees as early as possible home. This is but one Instanoe of many. voices.

a British foroe suffered a severe repulse, This Is something upon which too much, The servant problem, which has caused 10:30 Oration: "Our Nation in Peace Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement

with heavy loss, at New Orleans; so that stress cannot be laid. There has been so much discussion tbe world over, has and War" by some orator of national ,
much dlsouss(6n( on this point been most solved reputation.
among ex.perlenoed
honors, auch as they were, were about satisfactorily by our
equally divided. oraoge growers; some favor South Florida women, who do their own 11:15 Grand! fcoooert by the Gala Vitrified Paving and Sidewalk Brick.

The war that waa forced upon the November and December, others January cooking, washing, house-cleaning and Week band and chorus.

New England ooloaiee by the obstinacy and February; others July and Aug.ust. sewing, yet find time for literature, art 11:30 Tableaux by all the schoel
I favor November and 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 2]
December children of
and ptg-headednesa of King George III. and society. Though distinctly not of Jacksonville In a brilliant

and his ministers was'very unpopular In for this reason: By setting out trees at the knlckorbocker order of new women, spectacular representation of the various J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.K .
England at that tlrae, aa It waa considered this time the ground has time to settle when the occasion demands It, our wives events of the war: First, the storming
around the roots during the winter and fotlie of San Juan hill 2nd the
add
an uncalled-for family war, and not a"foreign" ; daughters are ever ready to ; army aleepsin
war. All the best men In tbey become well establlseed In their family finances by cooking for boarders the trenches; 3rd, the white flag of I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of

England were backed up by publio sentiment new places, and are lit the best possible teaching, clerking, etc, eto.We truce; 4th, the flag hoisted over Santiago

In their opposition to It, and It was condition to make an early and vigorous are, In short, perfectly independent ; 5th, groupa representing Cuba, -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-

considered by Britishers one of the most growth the ensuing spring. If planting and waete neither time, thought Porto Klco, and the Philippines; Oth,

disgraceful conflicts In which the British be deferred until late In the season, tbe nor money upon appearances. Mental Illustrating theUnlted States, England Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, TinwareGraI

arms were ever engaged; and the colonlata tree is at a great disadvantage; It must and moral qualifications being the same, and Japan; 7th, fancy drills and maneuvers I tew are, doom, gusli and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice crea
were of theaame opinion. Now let come In contact with the long drouth Miss A, who wraps tomatoes each sea ; 8th, General Lee and his staff; Oth, freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, eaiden tool

the Union Jack and Stars and Stripes that we usually have In tbe spring, and son. Is just as well received in society as emblems of peace and good will to man.FRIDAY. and plows barbed and harrows wire paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nettn

fly aide by side for evermore. the newly-set tree Is in no condition to Miss B, whose father employs the former ,
resist such. Trees will make a much lady. We have class distinctions, 10 a. m. Military parade. Harrison. Bros* Reaclv Mixt d. Paints.

more satisfactory growth the first year but they are of merit, rather than money 3 p. m. Athletic sports. Please Write me for Prices. i respectfully solicit sp<|
ORANGE GROVES, AND HOW It planted early |n the winter. Another and blood. 8 p. m. Fireworks. prices tlon'of answered yoiirpatronafie.promptly.Mail Orders given lTonipt and Careful Attention, and imiuiriei''

TO PROTECT THEM.Of point In favor of "early planting, better Our food costs no more than elsewhere, AC. 33. GHT.TJ333iXT,

trees can be seoured, and the planter can our clothes are but little more expensive
Interest to Orange Grower*. take better care of his trees after being than Mother Eve's very original What Scrofula Is.Tbe "West Palm Beach, Fl:

Inteui.achijn, Fvx., Oct, 22)) 1808. set In grove form than the nurseryman wardrobe, while fuel may be had for the Scrofula is a disease as old as antiquity.

Editor Indian Jliver Advocate can In his nursery. gathering thereof. Add to these advantages It has been handed down for generations

Aa the time of ,year Is drawing near There Is also one very Important point tbe blessing of a perfect, health- and is tbe same to-day as In Magnolia
when we should be making preparations to consider In beginning a nevr grove or giving climate, and what more could early times. It Is emphatically a Grocery.
resetting an old one that Is the disease of the blood, and the only
kind of mortal doslre ? Snv. News.A .
for the protection of our orange groves / way to cure It is by purifying the Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
during the winter; and aa various plana South Florida Woman. / blood. That is just what Hood's

and suggestions will be discussed and Sarsaparilla does In every case where STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
It Is given a faithful trial,
put Into practice, I have deolded to offer Yellow
a few words of advice through the columns Suffering humanity should be supplied blood, and cures tbe sores, bolls, Butterine, 14cts. per pound. I
of your paper, which may be of with every means possible for Its pimples and all forms of skin disease Write or call for our Cash Prloe List, which will please joi|
some benefit to the of relief. It Is with pleasure we publish due to scrofula taints In the 102 Main
and
orange growers 33 West Forsyth Streets FLA.
JACKSONVILLE
the following: "This Is to certify that 1 blood. Hood's Sarsaparilla has won ,
our State, more especially to beginners. was a terrible sufferer from yellow jaundice the grateful praise of vast numbers Telephone No. 255.
Having been engaged In the orange for over six months, and was treated of people by its grand and complete
business In Florida for nearly twenty by some of the best physicians in our cures.Don't .
years, and notwithstanding the nps and city and all to no avail. Dr. Bell, our allow scrofula to develop in your
druggist, recommended Eloctrlo Bitters; blood. Cure It at once by taking EASY RIDING.
downs low
freesea and I
prices maintain

,
Hood's
f and after taking two bottles, I was entirely Sarsaparilla.
that dread and foreboding cured. I now take great pleasure All the time and speed when' you
IT WILL PAY TO UROW ORANOKSIn : which almost- In recommending them to any person Change of Steamboat Schedule. want it Is a great feature ofRukumatism
invariably comes over suffering from this terrible malady. I am
this State, oven if we do have to resort a young; wife, jast ere gratefully yours, M. A. ITogarty, I.exington -
to fires, wind-breaks, eto. It Is a the advent of the Brat Ky." Hold by F. S. Chaffee, Commencing Monday next, Oct. 10th,
little darling who shall druggist. tbe steamer St. Augustine, of the I. R.
fact beyond dispute that our oranges In call her mother. Is one A B. B. I. N. Co., will leave Tltusville Here are aome Keating points for consideration
Florida are superior In quality and flavor of the unnatural bur.dene White Mondays and Wednesdays at 6SJ0 p. m., your :
to any that foreign countries can produce has which civilization City. arriving at St. Lucie River Tuesdays and The Frame makes
imposed itSTROXG.
upon the Tb ursdaye. Leave St. Lucie River .
; for this reason our fruit will always privilege of mother- Tues
The late rains are making the strawberry days and Thur daysfarrlvlng at Tltusville
command fair
a prloe. However, There The Construction makes it
ought net to be sach aa over Wednesdays ana Saturdays.
It Is not a question as to price now; whelming sense of depression and weakcaa growers smile.We DURABLE.
what have to consider aa a woman feels at thia time and there to
we now is to save are pleased acknowledge a The
would no*ae if she waa ia perfectly strong causes more aches and Bearings give
our trees through the winter, so as to aad healthy conditio*. In thousands of pleasant visit from County Commissioner palna than any other disease. It is due ItSPEED..
produce fruit every year. g cases motherhood has beea divested of all Waller.Mr. to acid In the blood, and is cured by
it* dangers aad a large proportiou of its The Double Roller Chain
BANKING TRUNKS TflTD KARTIl. pain by the as* of Dr. Pierce's Favorite N. Blevlns Is expected soon with Hood's Sarsaparilla which neutralizes MAKES IT FLY,
this acid.Hood's.
Banking the trunks of Preecriptkm, which ia the moot marvelous his family, and car of stock, from Texas. Pills Up hill down hill
orangetreeswith remedy ever discovered for restoring com.Sletu cure biliousness. Mailed on the tour, road or track
I sand or dirt a few years ago would orgaaie health aad atrenerth to the County Commissioner J. if. Waller for 25o by C. I. Hood Jt Co., Lowell,
have been considered special structure involved ia moth has assured of his Mass. lt *>** No Eq UHl. EKEATINO -
a dangerous operation erhood. Taken early during the prospective ns hearty cooperationin Send for Catalogue. .
Ii ; but those who have practiced It time it makca the mother strong, energetic the building of the road to White City

i during the past few years, can testify to and period cheerful of trial aad with carries comparative her through comfort the Station. Baron Henri de Rothschild, a cadet of WHEEL COMPANY,

the advantage. Many groves have thus aad case. It increases the buoy's natural, Representatives of three families arrived the Paris branch of tbe famous financial Middletown. Conn.Bucklen's .

Hi been saved during the past winter, that motherhood constitutional the vigor eupreme aad adds eetJstactioa to the joys of of In White City Saturday, and commenced family, has passed his final examination
a doctor.
would otherwise have been killed below strong, robust, lusty iaauat. "Favorite Pre.scripuoa work the following Monday, aa Arnica Salve.
the bade.I ia aleo the beet supportive tonic When packing away light ailk No Cure No Pay.
getting ready tor the winter crop of vegetables gowns,
for ,
earthen
auratng The best
would advise all atrery expectant do not use white tissue for it Salve In the wor d for cuts, That drtigRl*"
"banklng'Mn groves mother will appreciate what ia aaid by Mrs eto. paper, Is bruises, sores, ulcers, Is the way all ,
no matter how old the trees are; It can Fannie M. Harry, of Celeabarg. Ill* ( bleached by chloride of lime and will sores, tetter, chapped salt rheum, fever GROVE'S TASTELESS CHILL TOJ
he done at small cost and will Churchill Ave.) a letter to Pr. pVerc? Rose Lelghton has bean' spoil tbe color of the silk. corn" bands, chilblains, for Malaria, Chills and Fever. K
a give the she writes > | engaged for a skin eruptions, and posi simply Iron and Quinine In a &<*[%
owner the consolation of knowing that long"I Hate have,aed twitout Sad Umejtab uwllciaee*all(a that my family iaclalawd.ter a the Castle Square Opera eoropany, alngIng It tively Is cores Piles, or no pay required. form. Children love It. Adults pr*
the buds are safe, even If the tops are lennaiai rieaauaaail taeea tea highly. Mreeafiueaaeat In New York.W. WA.NTEr>- k-VETRAL TKCBTWORTHY rer- tion or guaranteed to give perfect satisfac It to bitter, nauseating tonics. Price, *
money refunded.
frozen. In waa made easy,ee I e |>ericac aaone this state to manage our bualness In Price 25o. per
My plan banking orange trees *ibLS .Vr't t **ere have at that aeriad J. Arkell of Judge, once offered to their owa and nearby counties. It Is mainly box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee, druggist. "
la to make part of the mound of each much.the IcaidM.A* the one that aaoUwra Krai bet Clerk Howell all his publications office work oondueted at home. Salary straight The average number of horses kiN*
the
madldee bu helped mm hi $900 a and dennlto. bonaSde *
year eapeasee ,
tree, say about a foot or eighteen Inches neay ether wave. 1 wauld reeoeaaaead ail aV against the Atlanta Constitution that more,no leas salary. Monthly S7S. References.no [Remember, the Advocate, TItns In Spanish bullfights every year sice*

high; using tbe top-soil, drawing It {Ucted, ead womea UrnsDeesaw try Br.well Mease's aad strou vanaaaieiaea *. Mcftnley would be elected. bert Kneloae K. Hess aelf-addressed,fres Oept.etainped H,Chloago.envelope. Her ns lUe a,share does all of your kinds work.of Job] printing. Give|5,000 sacrificed.I while. from 1,000 to 1,200 buB "











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INDIAN RIVER ADVOOATK OCTOBER 28. 1893




professional Cards.I HOOLEY PURPOSES TO LIVE. PERSONAL CHATS. THE DYNAMITE. GUN.A NOTICE OF ELECTION. HODGES & GODFREY*


*> . -Walt 3. Graham. That la. If He Holds the Views on Fall. Baron Henri do Rothschild, a cadet Destructive Weapon of Warfare Used1

I a a are Be Did Some Years Ass. f the Paris branch of the famous financial Before "Santiago. Manufaotarers of
GRAHAM
A The legislature of I TOT, under
BOBBINS Besides Mr. Hooley, there was anothvr family, lias passed his final examination The aoconnts of the battle before Santiago the for munition of 1HS0, of the State of

ATTORNKTSATLAWic gnest at this dinner a brilliant creature as doctor.W. says the New York Tribune, all nro|>oslng Morlils.Amendments ihil p ss three to the Joint Constitution Resolutions of Yellow Pine Lumber

who has seen all Bide* of human J. Arkell of Judge once Offered to mention the work of the pneumatic dynamite the State of Florida, and the same were atrreedto ,
| : From 10 to 12 a. ro., by a vote of tliree-Uftha of all the members
nouKs which in the oharge of
,,, was
|/ Bnd 2 to 4 p. m.TrrtrmLLB life, has been journalist, politician, bet Clerk Howell all his publications gun elected to enoli House| that the vote on sulil ROUGH BKEBSKD,
against the Atlanta Constitution that Sergeant Hallett Alsop Borrow. This Joint Resolutions were entered upon their respective
Brevard Co., Florida. finanoier, a grim fighter, an incomparable modern weapon ot wurfare was shown journals, with the yoas and nays thereon Orange Box Heads,
raconteur, and of stories drawn MoKinley would be elected. and they did determine and direct that the
p o BoXt lflt** for the firNt time at the electrical exposition said Joint Resolutions be submitted to the Fruit A Vegetable Crate*.
th"eourt* *" ",,d fed Alfred Dole of ex-Presi
U nephew
ln a
WHIP"0'10" from every phase of human life, from held in New York in May and hlectnrs of the State at the General Election la Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Rive*
** examining and region of the world. I don't know dent Dole of Hawaii, is a member of November. Ihdh. on through bill of lading. Anyone contemplat.Ing .
f' for perfeot.M1
lal facilities every June, 1808. It consists of a few simple Now, tberetore, I,John I..Crawford,Secretary
Company K of the national guard and building on the Bass Coast, would do well to
what devil put it into our heads, but parts that may be manufactured rapidly of 8tate of the State of Florida, do hereby give write for prices. The Hnwmlll is situated on the
member of the first to
expedition notice
that
the conversation turned on men that was a in any well equipped machine shop, and a J.,T. & K. W. Ky., 9 miles south of l'alatka.Sivtsuma .
the GENERAL
S. JONES, had been broken, and the name turned Philippines.Charlos the inventor, Dana Dudley, says that itis KLKQTION ,, Hights, Putnam co.Fla.
A. Bos worth, who bas been a perfectly safe and reliable piece ofordnance. will lie held in each county in Florida, on Tues
of one who known day next the tfrst
np was at one epoch siuioeedintc Monday in Kbviun- eroui
ATTORNEYATLAW.rlTUSVILLE to who chosen assistant treasurer of the United In the patent the following tier,A O,1HIW, (he said Tuesday being the
everybody went to the
up city. States in Cincinnati was
,
subtreasury claim is made: f EIGHTH DAVOr NOVEMBER, Choice . .
There is no need to mention.the name associated with Senator Foraker -
BREVARD CO. FLA. formerly
[ The method of discharging a pnenmatio for the
now. Everybody will recognize it from ratllluntton or rajeatlon of the said Joint Wlries, Liquors
law.
in the of
practioe gun, which consists in compress- Resolutions proposing Amendments to the Constitution
County Judge of Brevard County. the story: Rear Admiral MoNair, who has been of tbe State of Florida, as follows, vUi . and Cigars.Guaranteed' .
The much traveled raconteur in
was assigned to the Naval academy as successor ARTICLE XH. Pure.

his best vein, hod told story after story to Philip H. Cooper, is the first Section 13, of Article XVI, shall be and Is
Sold reduced
GAULDEN, thrilling, tragioal, comic and, when officer of his rank to have received the amended so as to read as follows at
'
D.L. Ices
this mentioned 8KCTIOV 13. Tho sureties pi
name was naturally he upon the official
detail since Admiral Rodgers was therein bonds of
all State,
ATTORNET-AT-LAW County and municipal otllcers
seized it and told the life Imported
upon story of the early eighties. shall be residents of, and have suttloient visible
in all HW vimrwi o* wit State and death for It was a story of life and property unencumbered within the State, not Tokay Wine, M
I Will riorliltti practice and tlie United States Courts, death with all the abundant resources Sarah Bernhardt has aocepted an invitation exempt from sale under lival process, to make from Italy.
of DYNAMITE GUN AND PROJECTILE.
good their bonds 1 and the sureties the
of Kapurthala upon
to Visit the mabarajah -
r.0.Box,235. TITUSVIIXE, FLA. of his pioturesquea language, his gesture lag air in a suitable chamber by means olllclal bonds of all county and municipal ollloers -
Money to Loan. 18 ,' his mimetio in India and will, it is said, shall resiile within the county where their John B. Togni.
power. participate in a tiger hunt. This recalls of tbe explosion cf on explosive therein Erincipals upon such bonds reside, and shall
The story lent itself to snob treatment and the air visible and unenouinbored Saloon 12.1 East
-r- communicating pressure prop- Metropolitan Bay St-,
for its hero had the reputation the fact that she used to keep a yifcng in such county, that la not exempt 1
GOLDSMITH, tiger as a domestlo pet.In thus produced to the base of the projectile sale under legal process to make good rllaerty JACKSONVILLE, FLORID ,
M. of immense 'wealth, lived In a grand in another chamber uninterruptedly biltty on suuli bonds j Provided,"That any duly iAV

street, entertained royally, was a magnate 1803 J. F. Stearns of Saco, Me., oonnected therewith. organisednd respoiisib'e Guarantee or Surety Wholesale anil Retail...... -, ;l'll-\\ Hi8k'H
Company, either
foreign or.domestic
ATTORNEr-AT-LAW, among promoters, kept horses in lent $100 to a young man who had an The method of discharging projectiles doing business in this State, may liecomeand lawfully be

fact, ran the whole gamut of the rich, offer in the far west. The understanding by means of tbe explosion of an explosive accepted as surety on all such olllclal bonds." The Largest and Most Complete -"

iTitusvillo, Florida.r luxurious age and country in which welive. was that the money was to be repaid in an air chamber, which consists ARTICLE XIII.' Establishment Southi ''

And then he took to crime secret quarterly. A few days ago Mr. Stearns in confined of air
interposing a body uninterruptedly
undiscovered, never revealed, even received a check for $10 as the first in- between the projectile the Section State 35 of,Florida of Article, is V hereby,of the amended Constitution so as of to GEO. S. HACKER

J. WEBB to this hour. The day of reckoning ,installment. and such explosive and then exploding read as follows i

came. He went to his place in the conn* a dream the mother of Frank R.Shaller the explosive in said chamber, whereby specifled SECTION shall 311.lie No established oourts other In this than herein

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, try, and then came from the lips of the of Company K, Seventy-first high pressure is developed and the projootile cept that the Legislature may clothe state any ,Rail ex

raconteur his description of the last regiment, saw her bou wounded by a discharged. road Commission with Judicial Towers In all

Will practice Taxes In the Courts for non-residents of the 7thI hour of the doomed man. He met death, terrible explosion. A few days later she The gun is known as a "dynamite" olllce.matters connected with the{functions of their
paid
and Circuit rents and accounts collected.Titusvillo aid the teller of the story, with the read the report from Santiago Baying gun, but its manufacturers the Sims- + ARTICLE! XIV.

I same audacious front he had always that he had been wounded in the head Dudley Defense company say that this Add tbe following as Suction M, of Article

Florida.T turned to the world. "He first, said the by the explosion of a shell. is a misnomer, because the projectile III.

raconteur, "fired a shot at a tree to see SECTION 84. Immediate ly upon the Inv
Colonel Ernest Grattan, who has just which is fired by the gun is never loaded of any ollluetresentstlves by the Ilonae of Rep

0. FRIES, C. E. if the revolver was in good order, and been retired from the English army onaooonnt with dynamite, but always with he shall bepenohment ulsojur"- from per
then he fired a shot into his own brain.He forming any of the duties of his olllce until aonuitteu -
other and much safer
of enlisted in as they
age, an infantry some say, by the Senate, and the Governor, In
COUNTY SURVEYOR. was a game man. battalion 88 years ago as a private under high explosive. Oun cotton, either wet such oase,shall at once appoint an Incumbent
Suddenly there came over the dinner of John Smith and it be to ttll such ottiae pending the Impeachment pro.oeedlngs. .
the high
name or dry, or any explosive, may In of
Lund legally surveyed and sub-divided. table a ghastly silence, a thrill as if the case the Impeachment of the
was not until he had won his commission used in the projectiles, but the compound Governor, the President of the Senate, or ln ease

Mapping neatly done. Estimates for ghost of the dead were passing. It lasted that he assumed his real name.J. ordinarily used for loading the of President the death of, resignation or inability of the
but for a few moments, but It seemed the Senate, the Speaker of the
all kinds of engineering woiks. Disputed M. Barrie led his eleven to victory projectile is known as Nobel's gelatin."It House ol Representatives shall aut as Governor MANUFACTURERS OFDoors.
to me a very, very long time. Mr. Hooley pending tbe Impeachment
is proceedings
remarkable
high explosive against
tho cricket field at Wells a
on Tunbridge the Governor.
lines a speoialty.Titusville was the first to speak and spoke like Sash Blinds
for two peculiarities, the oompanysays. The votes oast In ,
Mme. De Navarro
England, the other day* oompllanoe with said pro
the brave, healthy creature I take bimto "First it handled posed amendments, anil the canvass, declara
that be
Brevard Co., Florida.I be. He took a fork, traced a little bit better known as Mary Anderson, stored and used, with can and, tion and returns thereof, shall be subjected to Moulding & Building Material.
the
was on the ground all day and entertained greater safety same regulations and restriction* a* are
of farm in his native
"IfI'm
a country. the artists and men of letters security than any other explosive containing Srnvldod by Taw for General Election* In the
IE0RGE W. ALLEN | ever broken," he said, "I won't second that Florida.ryrhe Office A Warerooms, King, opposite
nitroglycerin; ,
who batted under Mr. Barrio's
captain
blow out my brains. I'll go down to attention of the Sheriff is oalled to Cannon Street.Charleston .
when it is properly detonated, so aa to the law requiring him to cause a Notice of said
that little farm with my wife and children cy. Kleotion to be uubllsned In
produce an explosion, its destructive effect a newspaper printed S. C.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, and I'll turn farmer." Richard Croker has found revenge for In the eonnty, if there be a paper In the countvt .
his the Prince of Wales is greater than that of any other and if there be no paper published in the
snubbing by
by
|Key J7est Florida. It was bravely spoken, and now that
explosive known." county, lie shall cause at least Ave copies of this
the dread hour Las come I trust that it bidding 98,000 for Little Saint, a5yearold Notice to be posted In the most public places In Sasb Weights Cord and
Will practioe in the United States that the prince wanted and Projectiles loaded with Nobel's gelatin the county.IN ,
will be acted. I know nothing
bravely
as
md State Courts. 9jun05IrvR. about Mr. financial methods which was sold at a horse auction where have been used in connection with TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have here Hardware.
Hooley's unto set my hand and affixed the Great
the Seal of
Sims-Dudley gun by the Cuban insurgents
but I cannot bring myself to join it was expected to have brought about the State of Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital,
1750. The prince's last bid, through an and the Cuban junta has written this the yoth day of July, 181W.tL. .
F. H. nOUGHTON, the ignoble crowd that hunted him, Window and Fancy Class
letters in which the g.J
JOHN
deadly l.
toadied him, ruined him in his hour of agent, was 95,000, and Croker got the j many CRAWFORD,
horse."Chang. work of the destructive machine has Secretary of State. A SPECIALTY.
triumph and that now trample on his been spoken of. To Joseph P. prown, Sheriff Brevard County.
DENTIST.iDaytona prostrate body. T. P. O'Connor's M.A. the Chinese giant," who
The consists of two tubes one
gun ,
P.- traveled with Barnum for years, and
placed over the other; the upper and
Florida, who was a phenomenally tall Yankee, NOTICE OF ELECTION.
Aluminium Horseshoes, longer one being known as tbe projectile
has been divorce
granted a by Judge
Commercial AgentAtwell at Routaix tube. These tubes are made of aspeoially
Rogers of Providence. Chang, to his
IDALPH E. SMITH, M. D. reports to the state department that manufactured composition
fellow Bailey.
townsmen is Frederick A.
aluminium is now being used in the metal possessing a tensile strength of To the Sheriff of Bievard County, of
They call him Chang Bailey and
the
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. manufacture of bicycles, and military when clean shaven he has a physiognomy about 80,000 pounds to the square inch. State of Florida:
authorities have for time The diameter of the bore of this tube is2yi
some past YF>. that I, John Cmwfor.l
that be fixed to Beo.
might easily KNOW
[specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal made an effort to employ this metal in up inches, and its total length is about of State of the Htate uf Florida,
Diseases. place of iron, copper and steel for all typify a genuine Mongolian. 14 feet. Below the projectile tube is the hereby give notlse that a Trade Dcionco Marks

Located articles of equipment oarried by infantry expansion or combustion chamber, GENERAL ELECTION *>vriohts ac
all Placide Hotel
in order to reduoa the weight as Seeonel Tfiooshaa. which consists of a tube 4% inches in will lie held In Brevard County,State of Florida, Anyone senHln*;a sketch and dsserlptlon may

flACKSOHVILLE, FtOBLDA. much as possible. The sound of tbe door dosing behind diameter and 7 feet long. on In November Tuesday next,A. I suoeeedlnir). 1BUH, the said the First Monday Invention asoertsln Is probably pur patentable.opinion free w ether anCiimmunlnt..
Tuesday belny oonfldential, Handbook Patent
ttonsstiiat
him fell like knell."Come the on *
With the same object the Russian a sent free. Oldest. assnoy for securtnepaient*.

I f minister of war has ordered aluminium back 1" she shrieked. Fascination of IJchfc. EIOHTIl PAY OF NOVEMBER, special'Patents fwlles taken, without tnrouiih charge Munn, In tat A Coantnxlf receive

Pineapple, Orange and Lemon horseshoes for the cavalry. The first The echo of her own voioe mocked Many theories have been suggested asto For One Representative of th* Second Collsresslnnal Scientific H mericait {{

Land For Sale, Cheap.I trial is now being made by the Finland her."Oome why light attracts moths, but perhaps kVttie District of the Stats of Florida' In

dragoons, and the horses are shod as back!" the best explanation Is that it fascinates Fifty-sixth Congress of the United states. A handsomely ninatreted weekly. Tjuweet rtr.cuistlon .
Her smote the air and For One Justice of the Supreme Court *f the of any solentlfle Journal. Terms, *S m
hare for sale 80 acres of pineapple follows: A shoe of 'the new aluminium cry empty was them, as a serpent doe* a bird.So State of Florida, for full term. year i four months, L Bold by all newsdealers.

tad on St. Lucie river, a few miles be"Eden model is placed on one foot, the three I lose."Perhaps" much is this the case that traps have For One Justice of the Supreme Court of the & NewjQfk

40 of which being northeast remaining shoes being of the kind now been devised for their destruction based Uddon State of,Florida, for unexpired term of II. 8. Breoub Offlos, fit F 8t ,

luarter of northeast quarter of section In use. The trial, which has already She bowed to the decree of fata on this fact. One of these inventions For One Treasurer resigned.of

1.township 38, south of range 41 east; lasted six weeks, seems to be satisfactory it is bettor thus. consists of an electric searchlight In For Two Itallroad Commissioner tbe State of Florida.

is other 40 is the northeast quarter as the aluminium wears out less Opon closer inspection ah* had discovered connection with a blowing fan. Tho insects of Four Years. for the term Vftur Caa&. AlOtW 1VTL iAt'WHY

I southeast quarter of section 3, rapidly and is less affected by mud and that tbe umbrella he left was completely fascinated, are attracted For One Railroad Commissioner for th* term of r RUBBER J '
"nishlp 38, south of range 41 east. moisture than the ordinary shoe. The silk and not alpaca after all. Pick MeUp. by the light and fly close to the Ian Two Years. *-' TAMPS NOT HAVEYI; -
The above land can be bought for *10r For On* Memher of the House of Eepresentar W1HK00NE BY QUICK
difference in weight is about 70 grains TENHILS1EALS
acre. It is suitable for pineapple tern | they are then drawn Into a pipe tlves of the.qtate of i lorlua. CHlAP iND/rrfCtMBL./

ranife, lemon or lime growing. ((9 ounoes) on each shoe. Mr. Atwell by si suction draft and oarried to a sort of For Tax Assessor. iHM STEELDIM.VMtSFM

Will be sold in lots of 40 acres, for says the cost is not greater at present mill, which mixoa them np with a lit* For Tax Colleotor. S BRASS CHECKSirtWRlTCnSSUPPLr

"nn. This land will soon be worth $50t and will be less as soon as the system Public Statement From tie flour. The resulting blend is then For County Treasurer. ;

> acre. of manufacturing the new shoe shall nsed for poultry food. When some warships For Three Member* of.the'County Board of

Apply to C. n. Walton, Advocate have been perfected. Washington Star. A Public Man were using their powerful searoh- For Publio Justine Instruction.of the Peace' if In and for' the BIGGEST PUN
ace follow
or to Robbins & Graham, TltushUa lights off the coast of Egpyt, at more Ina-Justice Districts, viz i No.S, No,0. No.A, IN THE SOUTH
*tfI The Chinese Who Served With Oewey. than two miles from the shore No. 10, No. II, No. U, No. 13, No, 161 No. IT,
Hon.W. H.Ohley, Ex.Heeretarv of Stat* f millions No. IS, No. Ill,No.20, No.81.. <
The Chinese servants ordinarily nsed West Virginia, writes an open letter.CHAM.KSTOIT of Insects, fascinated by tbe light,* traveled For Constable In and for the following%Justice

for fetching and carrying were impressed ,along tbe beam of light until they Districts, vis I No. 8, No.4, No. 5, No.S, No. T,
Mvrp sitvERAi, ,TRUSTWORTHY Per. into service and showed courage and \V. Va ,Mar. 9,1808.To struck the glass and fell where No.8, No, 10, No, 11, No. 19. No. 13, No,. M,
tkt0 * manatee our business in they accumulated No.IS, No. It,No. 17, No. 18, No. ID. WEAK MEN MADE VIQOROUS.ir .
JJ'J* and nearby oountles. It is mainly skill. They showed as mnch nerve as whom it may toncern t"I into heap more than two tip*The attention of the Sheriff la ealled
E""rk o ndiioted to
I 'J"/'expenses' at home.dultnlte Salary, biMiaAile straight, no the Americans. They aided at the most heartily recommend Perunaas feet In height. Light,equally fascinates, the law renjiiirlnic him to cause a Notice of said

Si. IS"*?lary. Monthly T8. References whips, and in lifting and carrying the of great benefit in cases of catarrh.It fishes, and they have' been lured to tbe In Kleotion the county.to be If published there be In a newspaper printed
*;llrM"<"1 "tamped envelope, HerS ammunition. Their faces impassive is especially beneficial wherever the a pnner in tlie eounty,
He.., Frest., Dept. M, Chicago. were as nets by a glowlight lowered In the water. and If there lie no paper published ln the coun
as when serving dinner,in Hong mucous membranes are affected. As atonto ty, he shall cause as least Sve copies of this

kong harbor. They chattered to each It certainly has no rlor." tbe Notice to be posted In th*most 'publio place* In >

other in their own language, and laughed W. n.OHUcr, Ex-SevreWy of State.Hon. For Meaearln* DUtnneee, county.IV TESTIMONY WHEREOF, Ibav* WfiatPEFFER'S MW NERVI60R QU cidi

in their Celestial way when a shot, The telemeter is an 'invention the bereiint)set my band and affixed the
It
ft. 8,1 Oreat Seal of the Stale of act*powerfully and quickly. Cures when all
Florida,
striking the foremast, shook the ship, purpose of which is to moasure distanoein Tallahassee, the Capital, thl* th* 2 at tli others fsll. Young men regain lost manboodt old

caused the paint to scale off the mast afoot a very easy and accurate way. The day of August, IHDH. tnsnreqoveryoutbful aeteew leCsrs ajea-sraasaee vlaor. AbsolutelyOssr*. A> eyit l tyAn *

from na and the angle lines which construction of it is somewhat ln this JOHN I CRAWFORD,

1833. strengthen it inside to rattle loudly."Velly wise< A telescope is mounted upon an *ep2 noy4 Secretary of State.To .

good," said one, and mechanically arm about three feet long, the end of J. P.Brown,Sheriff,Brevard County.

!0TTONft resumed his task. They, too, the arm nearest the telescope having a fna-you fnaVKK.riU.hscaiiseTtirleliis Nslivi a/neter profit B, or* Insist send on for bay.to.

were curious, and when some man graduation scale for either angle* ordistances. Can bo carried In vest pocket. Prepaid plnln wrap.
r. mper box. os a (or sjA, with A >>aaltla ,
> seine would sing out from the ports that we A horizon glass is firmly attached Inquisitive man I* a creature naturally fvrtsteta tmmr mtmm tm Car* mr ReAsaA she

Twines. had struck Spanish ship they were as to the arm, and there Is also an very vacant of thought itself/ and P rVi2W&VjE JmtZWlZgv'i *.

P" CT STURGEON TWINE. happy as we. Atlantic Monthly.- Adjustable vernier which acts with the therefore forced to apply to foreign asslstance. > Sold
J B.
by Screven
only.
,
CABLE C0R08 MACRAMC. 'adjacent graduation* on the arm. Tberawflectlng Steele.Deafnes .

and The Won* Mistake."Every surface of the index glass is

| -EMORY JOHNSON, man is likely to make mistake I ''set at an angle of 46 degree* to the axis

MOODUS, CONN. In publio as In private life," said of the lever. The manipulation is rerjsimple. Cannot be Cure*! Royal-tansy

the charitable man."Yea Looking through the telescope By local applications, as they cannot pills

answered Senator Sorghum."But and horizon glass at the object the distanoe reach the portion of the ear. There I* ntw m**+rmnY, TticrEnrA.Lfl.
of which 'is to be measured the only one way to cure deafness MWa raUtkMf*mm1 mmtm rwUf fur stops.
and that
,
there are some mistake* for which prMrtd, tnoMNfvf), Miamty or basinful*
there 1 lever Is swung over so that the Index I* by constitutional remedies. Deafnes* m naturmtton.Mow hmmJ mfowmr ,#
no excuse.
I* caused ImI1j*> tnTlrorc tft**** raT Oxt ft***
"For example?" glass receives tbe image and reflect* itto by art Inflamed condition of w r* mt dmmtgmwmum lmttrtf* *v Ifan**
the mncoua lining of tbe Eustachian |MP#>t\ $$ pSjr b lf fMlr>U bOS tie *
"WelL about tho worst U owning up W. II. Ohlet.Pernnsk the horizon glass at a point coincident Tube. When vaalsxl |r plain wr pp *% tu n4 #a
with the line of this tube I* In darned yon UMBfrfifaf' pttrtttmistn*. tf M fcr Iwl
after have mad Washington sight. Tho vernier determine 4 jw4 or*Ml you one. ha" cured thcrjBands of obstinate have a rumbling sound or *)t tCRMK| A
the angle, and tho base line Imperfect CAJbluM001ATl*N 4fclM** .111.
Star. cases of catarrh, and la perhaps) hearing, and when it.Is entirely closed
,
tbe only efficient remedy In existence being known the distance of tbe object deafness U the result, and unless the' InfUmatlon Sold hy J B. BareTen. only.Tb .
OTa* ** *! *> may be readily computed. be
for catarrhal diseases; but thcr* are can taken out aad this tube
"What's making that Jarringnoia* restored to Its normal condition, bearing
countless multitudes of who
people are
la tho room overhead?" will be destroyed forever; nine cases out AmrooATsB Is tiil girlntTway,

"It's a meeting of striker*. They're still struggling with catarrh and need Ills* GrotrOx (*hyly> Papa thinks of ten are caused by catarrh, which I* fre tobacco seed of th* fin at grade.

kicking for higher wsges." help. To such as) these the unqualified yott latend to annex somebody In this nothing but ad Innamed condition of tbe Call *t> recommendation of Pe-ru-na Ex
Tho questioner was silent s> moment. by mueou* surface*. IU coltlTAtlon.
Secretary Ohley la directed, Perunala We will give One Hundred Dollar* for
.
Then be dismally."Another
sighed ho said scientific and purely vegetable. All Charley Bardappe I mm opposed to any case of deafness (caused by catarrh)

revenue stamp, druggist*sell It. annexation a* nnconstiratlocaL But Iam that oanooc be cured by Hall'* Catarrh All
as the applause seemed to break loose looking Cora bas* of Cure. Send for circular communications/for thl* paper
supplies. free.
Tribune. ..Ask any druggist for a free PruaaAlmaoao ; hould be addressed "TBS Adyocat*
again. Chicago New York Journal. F. J. CHENEY
A CO., Toledo O. Tltnsrillo Tim."
for the year 1801), Thl* will insure las.
SySold by druggteta, 73c. mediate attention.'


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. OCTOBER: 28, 1898.tl. .


From *#**
And Bay
caller here Monday.Robt. SAYE MONEY
ADYOUTE.A.VHILT + do not seem to entertain this Idea, Gxo. Y& Vakderbilt, wbo has pleasant
BITER LaRoche
-4IIDIAI and E. W.
.' LaRocbe
and they have met tbe demands one of tbe moat 'magnificent residences last Thurs
made bytbe Spanish commissioners in the United States atAsbeville were. passengers to TltusvlUe T r iss lb. bottrs,

JOUMil.DITOTID IO TBB SBTBUOMBYf with considerable firmness. N. C baa entered suit day.C. and F. P.narper .
Of TB IKDLtJT BITS*, LAM T. Harper, J. R. Ragan
(BOTtOBt.FUBLMHED to drive tbe numerous squatters the county seat a flying Seeds
WOBTH AJTD BMOAVITB BAT paid Garden Flour
Advertising is undoubtedly a from that part of Blltmore which visit last Sunday.Mr. Grain Hay Feed ,

KVBBT FBIDAT. legitimate part of the cost of production is designed for a game preserve. .and Mrs. J. R. Ragan, returned to ,

for of what use is tbe best The squatters have retained attorneys their home In Banyan, Tuesday, after Heal and Cotton Seed Heal.

Cassia* H. Walto Editor A Proprietor.DUoontlmwnos thing in tbe world If we do not and will fight tbe case, on spending several days with relatives

. : know that it exists, or where, or the ground tbat tbey have been in here.Mrs. Ash kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to
,
of advts. unit be mads pervwailr how to get It, It is a great truism, undisputed possession for seven C. O. Blyth, Misses Jessie and D.were. Agent for Gray Mineral Closest Margins. Write for quotations. am ,
Bt this offlo* or by writing. "Advertising is to steam, what years; but while ah Advocate"representative Beatrice Sanders, T. S. Sanders Indianola and beast.. Only sell for cash on the
,
all of
steam is to machinery tbe grand was at Blltmore'a. week St.calling Clair here Xesbet last,Sunday. Office: 124 W.Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, Jih,

Check,ste.,may b*nuuto p r tl to CbablmWU propelling power." Store-keepers or so ago, he was told .that Mr.Vanderbilt's .

WAl/roif,poblLb.r and proprietor. should remember this.Gov. attorney* have titles
Daytona.
to the disputed land which prove CHAS. N. WELSHANS,

Address H oomnanlektlone to W. D. Bloxhak has been its ownership for 100 years before
measure.
. INDIAN B1TKB ADVOCATE, requested to appoint ten delegates the squatters settled on It. Wind and rain In scripture
TlTOSVIUB, FLOBDDA.XT. the" annual John W. Chapman has been .In town
Florida at
to meeting represent of the National Fure Food looking.for a site for a palmetto fibre CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER,
ROOSEVELT."Teddy" factory.Rev.
WYCK
VAN .
vs.
8. Department of Agriculture and Drug Congress, which will eon Mrs. E.Springer Oliver, who has LATH.
tbe 18tb ofJanuary. HAIR AND *
Flo.Tbe vene at Washington on been preaching here for several Sundays **
Jupiter,
Weather Bureau Persons Interested In Roosevelt, has started past, baa gone to Lessburg.

the objects and alms of this congress out on bis election tour, but we expect The Methodist church at Sea State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.
following s a comparative slate- delegates to see him defeated. As a new which
and rainfall for tbeweekendingTuesday will be commissioned as breeze Is ready for the windows,
Bunt of temperature Rider he arouses more curiosity N. Gamble.Mr. 13 Hogao Stmt,
Oct. 18,1898. upon application to the governor Rough bave been donated by Jas. Old 'Phone 8.

1808 1807MAX. at Tallahassee.Jacksonville's than as a candidate for tbe Burgoyne is having channels JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
urn. MIX. highest state office within the gift dredged on both sides of bis new wharf,
13 <*4 737'J 84 70 camp was said tobe of tbe people of New York. He is so that his steamboat can land on either
13Vi %4 84 78 all tbat could be desired as a soldier
83 tbe healthiest in tbe United
73 side.Mr.
84
83 73 80 70m States, so It seems rather strange brave, impetuous, forceful Shaffner Is going to try weather-wise his luck .HAMMOND PACKING CO.

.81 78 78 68 to us that tbe troops should be but be made a mistake when be with pineapples, some a let-up on the . ,
80 72 81 73 considered Rider better party having promised
80 73TMTUSVIIXE. moved to Savannah, when.it is tbe a Rough frost business for fifteen years.Capt. .
Hammond-Co.-
84 73ATB. H.
intention of the government to than ten volunteers of any other (Formerly The G.
JTotal rainfall for the week:0.60 Inchee Fromberger threatens to go to
'">/Departure from normal rainfall for the shortly transport them to Cuba.We corps. The cbilly reception accorded sea again. It is bard for a man who has OUR SPECIALTIES :
this of him recently at Troy has in youth to wean
week: mlnua l.flO Inches. Departure are told change camps followed the bow-sprit
from normal rainfall alnce January 1, will involve an expenditure of over led to excited discussion within himself from the early love. "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon

Minus 22.10 Inchee.' $50,000 and just for the sake of the republican circles. Tbe Piatt Quartermaster Serjeant Will Cowan, canned meats."Calumet" .
J. W. Cbomk, Observer.MAX. giving the soldiers a few weeks'' contingent attempted to lay the who has been here on sick leave, was "Coin Special"

change of air. Now, where is tbe blame upon Gov. piack, but the flven In a little the surprise shape of on a Saturday"hop at even-tbearmory. hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .

One hundred and consistency in, this ? Jacksonville executive says he Is not responsible ." leaf lard.
be tbe capital of the as be was not informed of
1 fifty-four miles south of Jackson may some day Geo. E. Porter is rejoicing over having lard."Peerless"
ville. Is the county seat of Brevard. Itla state, and that will offset matters the Intended visit until "Teddy"appeared his pension renewed. It comes most Homemade pure .

the head of navigation on the famous at bis domicile; and that oportunely, his accident rendering blm compound lard, sausages
Indian River, and Is In the orange, pineapple Indications he had not previously been told of unfit for work. Under Dr. Bennett's
all
and vegetable section of the East Accokdino to present the arrangements.By skillful care, he Is doing well. and all Packing House Products.
Coast. It has five white churches, good the eountry that will first
schools, residences and stores, tannin challenge Great Britain for naval a careful poll of over one- The principal subject up for discussion Council FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville, FIiJJ
and Ice factories, bank, newspaper, two Our vast fifth of the voters of Greater New at tbe i last meeting of the Town
is
our own. f" Some
hotels several boarding houses, two railroads equality it is claimed tbat Van Wyck was "shall we bave a fire limit will be
York and pleased.
steamboat line, electric lights, coast line, our interesting exports, people think It would be hard on the Write us for quotations, you
shelled streets, etc .For hunting and pot only of agricultural products, will bave a plurality over Roosevelt owners of property who wish to rebuild;
fishing, this seotion Is excellent, and is but of manufactured wares, along of more than 88,000; and that possibly, out It's a case of pro bono

quite a paradise for hunters and yachts with the greatly diminished coat of if be maintained proportionate publico. WATCHES CLOCKS
men. The hammock land for orange, the strength throughout the state, he Every train brings some of our winter
the materials for ship.building, ,
sugar and vegetable growing Is said tobe would be elected by over 53,000. residents. Strange as it may seem to us,
some of the finest In the State.BREVAIID'S growing sentiment of our people in some of them having been holding back
caused accurate
Journal has
favor of commercial expansion, all The for fear of yellow Jack. But there are Jewelry Diamonds
contribute to make it probable polls to be taken in the first ten quite a number of strange faces on the ,
DEMOCItATIC destined cities of the state outvide New streets, and everything points to a very
that the[United States are ,
conditions successful winter season. Souvenirs Wedding Rings and Presents.
STATE AND COUNTY in process of time, to equal tbe York, and It finds the ,
above produced in all of them.
as
TICKET. first naval power of the world-
Great Britain; These ten cities. In the democratic Where to stop, Stfe list of hotels on FIRE WATCH and JEWELRT REPAIRIA
year of 1891 the year of tbe last our 7th page. iSllVEJWW* ,
Representative:' normal state election Fowler SPECIALTY.
for debt is illegal gave
HON. II. L. PARKER. Imprisonment ,
Tax Assessor: except it be for poll tax, says tbeAsbury 82,955 votes against 78,520 for this his Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RUM,

J. P. WOOTKN'. Fark Journal, This only republican competitor; but AntiRheumaticPOWDER. 225 W. Bay St., JACXsojrrair, Pit
in
the poll indicates a vote
Tax Collector: amounts to one dollar ,a year for year
E.W. HALL. each voter. Hundreds of citizens them of 97,058 for Van Wyck to

Treasurer! 77,868, for Roosevelt, ,."Teddy"may
of New don't .their poll
Jersey pay
...
JOHN HENRY. be man in his-place,
a good
and collectors In
the
tax, many WANTED !
Board of Commissioners:' will be elected
County and cities have been directed butwe! doubt If he
townships
J. R. WALKER. of New York State, Many For Strengthening the Body, Preventing
send the governor
JOSEPH MENDEL.W. to exact payment or
II. 8IIARPE. until the debt Issettled. of Van Wyck's admirers in Titus Lumbago,-Rheumatism, Tender Beeswax
JOHN HOUSTON.J..N. delinquents. The to penalty Jail is severe for ville are now wearing the campaign Aching Feet, Corns, Bunions, etc. All Raw Furs Skins Hides, Wool, ,
WALLER. buttons sent to the Advocate by Irritations of skin, from eruptive diseases '
law
the
Board of Publlo Instruction: such a small amount; yet one of our subscribers in New or any cause. Itching Piles (Salt Skins.
intended to the practice Tallow and
R. N. ANDREW8. was stop York. Rheum), Ring Worm and Eczema. Alligator
8. P.-OIBUS.JM. of shirking a tax which has been 4 >*BWM M e> Massage treatment will be greatly enhanced ,
DIXON, declared as legal and binding as And will pay the highest Cash Prices for them as follows
order for
[Send the Advocate an any by the use of this powder. Used ft 3.00 to 6.00M
real estate. Flint Hides .- 15o, Otter Skins, good..if.
the tax on need. Dry
Job printing ] totr"20t0
you >
by all first-class operators. -. .. .
TFcr Congress, Second District of Florlt Dry Salted Hides.:: 13o. Otter Sktns, poor. 40OS
ROBERT W. DAVIS, of All of the above are greatly relieved, Green Salted Hides '.,.. 08c. Coon Skins, good l>
manufacturers to
Of Putnam Co. The furniture Courtenay.P. and cured, in conjunction with' the Indicated Dry flint deer skins ..>.. 18c. Coon Skins, poor. ;... *>
the country are seeking to form a Dry Salted deer skins 15c. Goat skins. . .. .. ..... . onto
f
the Court remedy.B3T
For Justloes of Supreme : Iloraoepathio 10 to
with of $25,000,000 White wool 18c. Sheep skinsAlligator
trust, a capital prime
R.Alachua F. TAYLOR Co.P. the headquarters of which it Is L. Allen paid Cocoa a visit on TueSday 25cts in stamps. 25cta. Black wool, prime. ...... . T7 10c. skins, 1-f t..... .. l.oo 65
last. 6-ft...
.Jackson B. CARTER Oo, proposed to establish In Chicago.It Our truckers will soon commence shipping SAMUEL EDEH, H. D.,< Beeswax Burry woolr,,..,prime.. ,...... 8o to 25o.12o. 6-ft.... 43 20
seems to be only a matter of 4-ft.i..
and Tallow ; 2o to 03o.
egg-plants peppers.Dr. BROOKLYN V. Y.
13Referenoe
For State Treasurer) time when all of the smaller concerns Ginseng root, per lb $ 2.00 8-ft.
J. B. WHITFIELD, G. W. Holmes, of Faustina, was a 1340 Bushwick Avenue. National bank,JacksonrlMTo
will be
Leon Co. In the United States Young live alligators, 16o to 20c each,
stwtjed.
obliged, to close their doors because those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial shipment, to get
witft jo
.-.For Railroad Commissioners: to be favored
.
I and liberal classification. Hoping
a
guarantee just
cannot, with MACON QA.EDGERTON .
II. E. DAY, they, compete ,
I truly,
shipments, am, yours
Alachua Co.J. the gigantic trusts which are determined W. Rf NICHOLAS, JacksoavllleflkOa
M. I1KYAN,- to control the entire output ICACONy OA.
Osceola Co.-
in their respective lines; The HOUSE
JOHN L. MORGAN, Next to "Brown House."
.Hamilton Co. opportunity to begin business in a ,

small way, and grow up as patronage
increases, seems to have perm* Pacini the passenger station, and convenient to all parts of the city, Street PLANT SYSTEM.If .
oars pass the door. Choice rooms from SOo. to$1. Restaurant convenient.
Read the article upon how to anently departed.
Address Edgerton House, 4th St., Macon, Ga.
protect orange trees from coldon

2nd page.Tbk Considerable praise has been

bestowed upon 8. II. Hardwiok, you are going anywhere, whether It be to the

dutyof all democrats Is general passenger agent of the CLARKE & DANIEL..

plain, so we hope to see them rally Southern Hallway ; Geo. A. Mao

'round tbe standard on the 8th ofNovember. donald, general passenger agent of Healers In all Kinds of North South East West Northwest
the G. S. & F. Railway; A.Waxelbaum ,

president of the CamIval -

Tub general awakening of all Industrial Association ; George Ketehum, Fresh and Salt Water Fish Oysters Poultry or Southwest,

and business lines throughout secretary of the Macon Chamber ,

the country is a pleasant thing of Commerce; II. II. Richardson,
to contemplate, but does not quite of the G. S. & F. Railway; and : o. oto.t 633 Poplar St., MACON, CA. REMEMBER THAT THE

materialize.Is last, but not least, the affable editor
of the Macon Daily Telegraph of Railways and

Col. C. R. Pendleton and other Being the Nearest Manufacturers of PLANT SYSTEM
about time tbat Lines
it not owners prominent workers who contributed Steamship

of property In Titusville clean up so largely towards making tbe

their sidewalks ? To see a sidewalk Macon Carnival so grand a success. Furniture to the. "WITH GATEWAYS ATP.

overgrown with weeds Is not Macon did well on that occasion.TnxsE ...
a very pleasant sight for visitors
Port Jacksonville,
to our town. Clean up, and make Tampa, Sanford,
look attractive. bright, cool/October days, Florida Trade
your places and the many inquiries the Advocate Charleston, Montgomery, Tifton

Australian aborigines are dying respecting is receiving our East from Coast the hotels north, We Solicit Trade of Dealers in all Kinds of Fnrnitnre. AND VARIOUS OTHER F0I*

out so rapidly that it has been proposed call to mind the fact that Florida's

to establish reservations tourist season is nearly at hand, PAYNE, & WILLINGHAM, Macon. Ca. With Its All-the-Year-Round

where the remaining members of and it will not be long before the Write for
Catalogue.
Manufacturers of all kinds of Furniture. BV
this ugly race can be Instructed in great palaces of the East Coast Is the

agricultural labor, and be cared will open their doors to visitors Double Daily Service

for by the government.! seeking to escape tbe wintry blasts Trj a Sample of Best Boutc i

of the north amidst the balmy E. McMURRAIBAKER.

Never in the history of wars zephyrs of our Sunny South. For OUR $29.00 ONE by
were a vanquished people better the Information of those who have And that all Information can be obtained Promptly

treated than In our late war with written us, we beg to draw their HORSE FARM Addressing or Calling onN

Spain; and still the Spanish peace attention to the hotel ads. on 7th VIGOR.It F.1M. JOIXT, Division Passenger Mtat>
commissioners contend that the and 4th pages, which at present Block,

United States, should assume the are the only hotels that we are Axles, If Tires, Patent wheels, double box, shafts and Spring Seat. 138 West Bay St., Astor n*

Cuban debt, fcx-secretary of State positive are open and ready to receive Bicycles, Sundries, eto, JacksonriC'iB.

Day and his colleagues, however, guests. Main.and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. W. WREJTS, Passenger Traffic. Manager, Savannah, Ga.









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INDIAN. RIVER ADVOCATE, OCTOBER tSc 1898.aking .



mayor; P. C. Jones, marshal; J. E.
Glenn, clerk; S. H. Happersett, treasurer
; W. H. Russel, assessor; Geo. W. .FERTILIZERShi
Potter, J. B. Beach, J. A. Strauderman,
J. K. Jones, aldermen.M. .

K. Gruber, our hardware merchant,
has rented the store-room next to him
and la putting In a fine line of furniture,

Powder mattings and house furnishings, a line
which Is badly needed In this place and
has been conspicuous for Its absenoe.A. .

S. Haugh Is thinking of establishing
Made from pure a first-class bicycle repair shop, with

cream of tartar* a full line of sundries and a complete re-
outfit, enameling oven, eto. Mr.
laugh Is an artist In the enameling line

the food and an efficient repairman. We predict
Safeguards for him a great success.Thomason -4k.il U3ljo-vlxx<3. 37oxilll BOX .
Jiy Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply tous
alum A Brown Is the name of "anew Price $26.00.GUARANTEED .

against firm that la just embarking In the vMoisture. for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you nloney.
dry goods and sundries line. Some of ANALYSIS:

their goods have already arrived, and to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
WShS"lSrpft ,. .... .... 5 to S
they will be located In the corner room Ammonia *
otauxt* n day. of the Kqual to Bnlphat*of Ammonia....,,.... > *? * BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
Zapf building, next to the Hotel Available Fboaphorlo Acid ,.? to 6i
KM*KWHW I Palms. Kqual to Rone i FbospbateofUme.. I > >> {. DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
Potub KIO.. t Bto
The Improvements that have been Kqual to Sulpbata of Fota.li ,.., t to 10 SULPHATE'OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
made In our little town during the past ElH Magnesia,Lime,Soda,eto So to SOS3T
TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL HARDWOOD
ASHES
six months ,
greatly surprise those who Write for Special Pamphlet.BOsT" .
Key West.i have been absent and are just returning. COTTON SEED HULL ASnES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.

The lots have been cleaned up and set Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low
with Bermuda grass. The shade trees '
number of boys have beeh captured which now line both sides of our principal prices.

the police for stealing goods from streets are growing nicely and are
aa E. Curry, auctioneer. The boys making quite a show for themselves. Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for

,now anxious to return the goods. The removal of the "eye-sores" (the
flsh houses) from the city dock, la one hi Pamphlet.
recently

\covered, stowaway from on board Cardenas Spaniard the, sohooner lie was was taken Llllielite of hundred the greatest per cent Improvements to the appearance and adds of a LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

the place from the lake frout. Mr.Whllldin ,
schooner.
the
of
return
:k on the is now erecting the sixth cottage

The cable between this plaee and PunKatun which la to surpass all the others In Tsic3ssora.Trlll, DE'loxld.eL.Melbourne. .
Is now being repaired, the goviment beauty and convenience. And taking Itallinall
giving permission to use the the town of West Palm Beach
ze steamer Benito Estenger to do the la forging ahead with rapid strides.jy .

rk.rbe. Roseiand. WHEN IN NEED OF.

monument whloh is to be erected

ir the graves of the Main heroes will As on an the advertising East Coast medium beat, the no GOODS & OOODK Real Estate and lf> n ; Everybody la planting beans.
paper
quite elaborate. It will be 10ft. Oin. can Agent for .ACtna, London and Liverpool and
and will be surmounted by anslze Advocate. Give us a trial advt., Globe,and Imperial Fire Inauranoe. Speolal Plenty of rain, and oranges dropping
height statue, of an American sailor.aptala and be. oonvlnoed of the pink paper'sworth. attention. paid to tbe interests of non residents. badly.Col.. Lumber Hardware and Paints

W' J. Jarvis Is now numbered H. D. Ruffner haa bought the ,

ocR our permanent residents, and heII WHEN YOC GO TO MELBOURNE e ll at the Jacobs' place, on Indian River, from A.S. .
be made happy this week by the aral St. Augustine.It Hasaar, Mrs.Cbas J. F.Campbell Si Co., Millinery Packard, of Connecticut,

of his wife and family from St.KUBtiDe. ,and Notions woven, Underwear Dry Goods,,Ferris'Ladles'Renown readymade -, Mr. F. Prang, of Vero, who Is now atErolldoune Or anything in the line of Building Materor -

We gladly welcome them tor ed Comets,eto.,embroidery and colored silks, plantation, had the misfortune
Island City.K Is a great convenience to have our souvenirpoone,Stationery,eto.HOTFL to be overturned with a boatload of ial House
Furnishing
pleasant german recently toot place mall delivered at our homes, groceries, at the mouth of the Sebastian goods* Tinning or

La Busa, which was opened by Mr. O. We had some cool weather the first of BELLKVTTB, MELBOURNE, FLA.Lovelv river. __________
tier Smith, of Hotel Key West, and the week, but it has turned much warmer view. of Indian accommodation River. In a eneltaredsituation. *. Moderate Plumbing, do not fail to write
Superior
b of our most charming young ladies, since. Fort Pierce.A .
Grace The dance was rates.W.. ,
n Fogarty. R CAMPBELL,Proprietor.
Hotel Alcazar will
it up from about nine p. m. to 12:30ra. the season on the 10th probably of November.Woikmen open for. touch of real cold woather visited us

are now engaged putting the HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE, FLA., last week.Mrs. .
four correspondent heard a nice comment place In order. overlooking Indian Rlvert homelike aooommodatlon HarUtone is on m visit to friends
paid the Advocate, while in and good board. Rate* SJJW per "TnE BRICK STORE "
,
office of the Key West Hotel. Talkof The many friends of Mrs. C. CI Jackson dayora.OO to 7.00 per week, according; toof In Daytona.W. .
regret to learn she has had a stroke location room. Special rates to Hirer

,this oity newspapers said: "I,have a prominent seen the citizen Indian of apoplexy at her home in Anaemia, people. CH.LS.T.MoBRIUH Proprietor., Jacksonville. J. Tuckereleft, Monday,for TItusville and XndLlari _=__"_-_, 37*_____.
Conn. She Is well-known
a winter visitor
>er pink at hotels In New York,
paper to this place, Mrs. Bevill returned lagtf week from asummer's
ston, Washington, Nassau and at all Our streets have all been cleaned outing in Georgia.Mr .
ces where I stopped along the East Land Commissioner J. E. Ingraham'a nicely Bermuda Onion Seeds.
and look fine.Messrs. .
ast. I have even seen Manager Smith many fi lends In the city are glad to weUoome now and Mrs. Harbin were out visiting ..

ding it, and I read It myself. It is a htm back from his vaoatlon. HeIs .Daman and Washburn, ofMalabar at Lemon View last'Sunday.Capt. .

rued good paper, and Is a credit to the a most Indefatigable worker for the were In town this week. A. J.Lewis returned'from West i WniTE AND RED, genuine Tennerlffe stock. $3.60. per lb,
lole East Coast of Florida." F. E. C. Ry. land department. Beach'last Texas Rust-proof Oats
palm Friday.Mr. . . 60o. perbus.
Charlie Bolton In town last Tuesday
The numerous friends of Mrs. H. M. attending the was Masonlo lodge. Shirley arrived from Daytona last Florida 00-day Oats, ,., ., $1.00 per bus.

Miami., Spades and Miss Julia Spades, of Indianapolis Saturday, ,Ho Intends Ashing here this Georgia Rye. . .. , v .., , , ., 1.50 per bus.
,
Minn. were glad to learn from
an item in the pink paper that they visit Miss at Sophia the famous Hdpklns health Is enjoying resort, Melbourne her season, Florida Rye u , ,.i.. .. . . . M,.. . 2.60 per bus.

Mrs. L. C. Oliver and family have re- would leave Ashevllle, N. 1. erelong, Beaob. Tne pay train arrived here last Friday, 1 1
Full Stock of Field
ned home from their trip to Georgia, for St. Augustine. i iA to the great'"delight of the many employes. and Garden Seeds. .

I he steamer Emily B will soon be man named Gonzales The Melbourne school house yard now .' ' *
put
young was recently '
the has a beautiful green lawn for the children Allen held services and L. CAMERON. Seedsman, .>
run between Miami and Jacksonle. fined for carrying a concealed Rev. morning
weapon. Before the oourts got through to play on, Instead of sand.Don't evening. Id the Methodist church, to 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. !

Messrs. Brady and Brown the two with him. his pockets were'lighter by forget the entertainment to be large congregations.Messrs. .

orgetlo Tltusrllle U's have returned $20. He then departed for'Jacksonville. given by the Ladies' Ouild, at Ean Gal John Waller 'and Forest

me, lie, Monday evening, Oct. SI. Play, supper Hamor, of Ankona, were pleasant visitors

I.T. George W. Corbett and Miss Ada Dawson and danoe.We in town, Saturday, CHESEBR0
Wildman has putohased the St.lias BROTHERS
were married at the church *
Dairy, owned by the Tuttle es8. last Baptist regret to learn of the death of Miss The Rally Day exercises will be held
Rev. J. E.
Friday afternoon. Oates
. Cassie Shaw, of Malabar, Her relatives the fifth of November at tbe Baptist
performing the .ceremony. Only the Immediate have,our heartfelt sympathy In their sad churob. Everybody Is cordially Invited
I. A. Hodges whose friends and relatives
adj. may be seen the Advocate columns, was a pleas- parties were present.Mr. .

t visitor to town recently. and Mrs. Harvey Tomllnson and Editor E. D. Oslln has returned from Zora, who has been spending

Work upon the new pumping house at Miss Tomllnson have arrived from New bis visit to Georgia, not much Improved tbe summer at Ankona, left on Tuesday, CJOMMISSON JTlSH JEAIERS
to fill an in tbe northern ,
> head of the river Is being pushed forrd York, and are around towu shaking in health, but has Improved some since engagement This
the
and western of state.
as rapidly as possible.t. hands with their many friends. Mr.Tomllnson his return, and we ail hope for his speedy popular little part'actress haa

. F. Lang Is now the owner of the was formerly steward of the recovery.Mrs. friends In Fort Pierce who manywarm will regret No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.

ami Drug Co.'s store Royal Polnolana, Palm Beach; but is Maclean In ber departure, but they all wish her a
having bought chief of the department Clara D. arrived town SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel Sheephead; *
Bluefish
now perishable supply Fompano, Red
t the Interest of bon and lots of ,
his success.
partner, J. B. of the Florida East Coast Hotel from Atlanta, last Thursday, and was voyage ;
berts.pltrus. System. the guesf * M"' 8V' Oibbs, ere going Snappers, KIngflsblTroutGreen Turtle, Rod head and,Canvas-back Ducks.

fruits are now receiving constable to Melbourne Beach, where she expects Banyan. Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired..
time. \
attention In this section, and to spend some

nrtreds of acres of orange trees have Eau Gallie.Mrs. .
Last Friday evening the Literary Club
en planted Joe Smith went to Jacksonville thla
out.Ul met at the residence of Mrs. S. F. GIbbs, week \\ s
Home-Crown
our hotels are being put in flrsthape W. J. Nesbitt isat visiting friends and rendered the following programmes FOR SALE.... rI
and we agree with the pink Melbourne. Roll call; answered by original rhyming 'Albert Mathls was a visitor to Banyan

P r, who prognosticates a heavy tourpusiness couplets. Recitation: Ellhu Miss Jessie last week. PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND
along the East Coast the Mr. and Mrs. Merrill are expected inTropio Goode. Essay on the Egyptian campaign Miss Bessie Houston, of Eau Gallie, SUCKERS *

{ season. this week.Capt. : Mrs. C.J. F. Campbell. Song, Is visiting relatives In Banyan.J. Of the
followingVarieties :
mountain home" R.A. .
"Mr Mr. and Mrs.
* Nesbitt left for Jacksonville
Thompson and her three bright Conkllng. Recitation: "Mr. Brown's A. Booth, of Brantley, paid our
Ibbaka Porto Rico
oghters hare arrived herefrom Peoria, Tuesday, on a business trip. Owl" Miss Mattle Brown. Comic read- burg a visit on Sunday, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Qneen, Smooth*

Manager Thompson, of Hotel Mi- There are rumors of contemplated log: Mrs. R. W. Goode. Piano solo: of Cayenne Pernambnco and Red
Mow George Carson and Joe Byan, Atlantic Spanish.
goes around with
* a happy smile business changes |n one or two of our Mrs. O. J. F. Campbell. Reading: Rev.W. .
hearty hand shake for alt his friends were down this way on Monday, Apply to G.'C.' MATTHAMS
<1 commercial firms.Tbe C. Butler.Songs and chorus: By Florida Pineapple Co.,
out of town. club members. Mdlle. Zora will give Impersonation West Palm
the an Beaob, JPlav
' bazaar, to be held by the ladles ofSt.
B.
entertainment at the School-house tbe20tb
Ryiny has been re-elected on
mayor; John's Guild, will not take place until
rrederlcks, W. H. Hahn and T. N. after the holidays. Inst. ,c, ;

utter were elected aldermen to suo- Lotus.Alberf J. T. Snell has his fine horse the
on almetto'Prug Store. .I BUT OR SELL.
Daytona. .
the retiring aldermen. R. M.Smith Engineer Tompkins left Monday, for Island, which he will use In his farming ..
1 1 ec ted 'J clerk T. F. West Palm Beach, to take the steamer
j Gray was operations.A .
beted marshal, and Chas. H. Garthas Santa Lucia to Miami.Capt. Mathls, of City Point, was In Drugs, medicines, ohemlcels, fine toilet Confederate Honey Bonds &
* re-elected treasurer.tIL Lotus last week. meeting of tbe Club was beld at the soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and ,
Herman I ischer of IndianRiver's
one Banyan bouse on Saturday evening. A fanoy toilet articles In great variety.M. POSTAGE STAMPS.
w e erect monument to the most popular steamboat captains, John Cbaneey, of Bonaventure, was fine of progressive euchre was Indulged UusTOjr
game .
.uZ0, t 1)0) Sunder of Miami the spent Sunday here visiting friends. here shopping last Saturday. in.Several. propr.BTl Largest stock lp the world., Address

now Julia D. Tuttle f tstheques- Commodore Arnold, IT. S. N., visited W. BIsbee and wife arrleved here from beans at CHAS, D. BARKER, Atlanta, Ga.
aske aores.of were
l. Tour correspondent Canaveral Sunday, on a tour of lighthouse Connecticut on Saturday afternoon.R. Banyan tbis week; and several plsnted residents If vou need any Job printing, we

'1" tM' entitled to a mon- Inspeotlon. going north on Monday's B. Stewart was a caller at J. N.Chalker's of Tropio have beeu buying a big supply shall be pleased to get a share of It.
i*" and train.We last.L. bean seed for planting.C. .
a handsome one, too. on Sunday pt COTTON and

are pleased barber to state that we now located D. Hancock and J. M. Ennts were L. Stewart killed a full grown rattle Will our correspondents please-write
have first-class permanently
a callers C. D. Provost anake In bis pineapple patch last
West here, and Indulge the hope that he on on Snnday.S. names and places distinctly, so that our
Palm week. These reptiles are not vicious aa a
Beach.i has come to stay.Geo. A. Osteen Is packing oranges for L.D. will composltora can set them in type correctly LINEN NETTING.
Hancock thla week.R. general thing; they run when disturbed. f ...
Andrews was visiting us this Tour correspondent baa never
i m.S t.!i ohnn' one ' w leading gro- week, glad to return to Indian River, Otwell, of Babla, was purchasing known anyone to have been bitten by a
h an.V' who hM on several after his arduous summer's labor umpiring goods In town on Tuesday.J. rattle snake unless stepped upon, when SLY If yon receive a sample of
Wdi r0P"' retUnMd * base bait games.J. It will strike In self defense. tbe Advoc-T- Is copy v >.St..v..v. .- '. :
? nf M. Field, of Banyan, was In Lotus an Intimation that v : : : ; vPISHING
B. Mills came np from Melbourne on Sunday.W. It would'give us pleasure to add yoor
Jj Hotel Palm.wui throw ,u Menday, to call on bis old friends here, Uf Subscriber, your attention Is drawn name to our fast-lncreasiig1lst of sub
Blsbee/and wife and Miss Brown to the neme-end-date slip pasted upon scribers. It does not oost TACKLE
WnU.St\a '" daysV Wentttls who were glad to see that the Spalnarda yon three ,
had not captured him. were callers'at J. N. Chalker's on San- your paper or wrapper. If yon are In cents per week (postage 1 netaded) when

Stowers In the day afternoon.Geo. arrears, please remit. taken by the year, and It can be aent to Superior quality _lnen GUI Netting
season. manage'iioa The steamer St. Sebastian, which was F. Paddison, of Eau GalUe, you in any part of the United States or made from Knox's Scotch thread.
laid op In the Eaq Gallie river some In Lotus Orange Grove.and Residence Canada without extra expense. "
Monday.T.
on
' ?? 00' 'ar Retting their weeks since, left for Tltusrtlle Wednesday Samples and estimates cheerfully furn
r morning to return to service. G. Ronald Is here again after an absence for Sale.A 4 ished. Corks;Leads, Lines, eto.J. .

""law -s fishing aa soon Engineer Will Kitchen returned from of several months In Georgia.Mrs. fine grove and garden property of What do yon need la the t Tway of S. JOHNSON A CO.,

-Somber!* WhCh, WU ** the New York, where he has been steam- Thos. Green, who has been spending 13 aores, fronting on the Indian River envelopes, note and letter heads, bill Manufacturers,

boating all summer, In time to relieve the summer In Chicago and Omaha, and extending back to the county road beads, statements, tags, cards, eto f 131 South St, BALTIMORE MD.the .
ttfoalt been *et Coartenay for a few days. known a* the Brock-plaee; work. We baveyi first-clas* 1ob depart. .
aslsTwm U d, P'' d 600 bearing trees; good bouse, four onpeo *h
the
y weather nJt wl5h ovooatb TheADToc-Ta
and dramatic entertainment ? Is now on file
musical rooms and kitchen servants' house and aft all
" m hi!pronod"nd?' a, ** **-* J ASnds in aid of St. John's, church, will /.beers D. CB, wtal.kie.BB keeps. brandy a flrafcclaM and Saloon ranv imported, wines, packing bouse. ; we ask la a W of your work. best hotels In New Tork city.Tbe .
? A
" ofIt
*" to Mot r be given at Eureka hall next Monday and dommtlo elca tobaeeo and cigarette*. Apply to
th t m thispole. evening, for which our local talent are ITtoa of liqnore from %1Jia to SS 00 per jgallen.Frompt Robbi-s __ __,
attention andTC
to
WhUMiu"heM '-* Monday busily preparing. An interesting pro orders. Terms ib. Gooo telegraph, F1 Attys. for owners, ADVOCATE does neat clean
was noml-atod tor gramme Is promised. J. 1>. CB BB, Act, TItusville, la. Job Printing.







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INDIAN RIVEtt ADVOCATB, OCTOBEfc 28, 1S9S.te .




STAGE GLINT3.Cissy WAR AND SURQERV. The Tropical Trunk Line.


Loftus will trjr America once New Conditions Developed by tho Ina.pninmoU .
of BaMit Yaewa..
raore.
It is quite likely that during thai Tampa & Key West
The Hon of Daniel W. Voorhoos la ontho Jacksonville, Railway
lootnre platform.vSellit progress of the present war there will ,

Fox fttinounoes that the is going be entirely new experiences in the charactertond -, JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.In .
treatment of tho wounds lnflioted -
into musical comedy.Eugouio those'of '
in battle as compared with
Blair ia nald to have strong 80 years ago. Since that time the destructive Bffect June 88, 98.n .

play in "A Creole Courtship." machinery of the battlefield Lv..Jacksonville.- ZXr B45pni ao.TSafI an

A new operetta, by A. K. Lancaster, has been brought vto such a degree of ..Orange,.Peoria Park 6 19pmB I *um|

la entitled "Tho Kinging Bridge." perfection in regard to distanoe of range, .Magnolia '< 1.1 a m 6l p m Mono,,
..Green t>v springs., 6 09amftOOam B48pmBOOpm \ liuo
Milton Nobles baa written a little accuracy of aim and power of penetration ,.PalatKa..w, .

comedy with the title of "BelindaJBalley'a that the percentage of such as may ,, Satsuma..;..<,... *
Tomona.,., ., ,
,
receive wounds from which '
Boarders." slight recovery .Crescent City Junction !8 Mi'rn 8Rs pni

may be possible, will be exceedingly Seville.......!. ,,833am24Uam 3Npm268pm
Joseph O'Meara will resume his part small in proportion to such as are ....DeLeon Springs.,,, II Up
of Dick Fitzgerald in tho coming rovir* ....... GlenwoodBeresford
destined to be killed outright It will "
2 Mamu 2 85pm
al of "The Highwayman. 'ii'
be a question of wholesale slaughter, in ......DeLand ..',..'.. {A* '. ? 2 2 55 10pm .

Henry Arthur Jones will shortly put which the winner can show the greatest .Orange City Juno.",..... 2 ii'a'ni140am 2 24 pin pm
forth a new play, to which he gives the amount of annihilation in tho shortest '.. .Enterprise'. 148 pm tttjMiitpM
name of "The Maneuvers ofJane. ....TITU8VILLE Lv 110 30 am
queer" possible time. The mill that has the ......Mt. Dora.* .,,,
best grinding power will be the .first to J. Tavares .......

Annie Russell ia to have a new comedy receive tho puze. Tho game is' to be 3 4 30 35 a a .......Orlando.Sanford..Lv......',.:. 12 01 p m919pm 12 1 60pm 10 pm

< written for nor. Her aucoesa in London played with bTakes in job lota It is tobe 810 a ...Lakeland ..... 10 26pm
63a .. ...Bartow. ..., 6 18 pm 6 36 amHO
in Bret Harte'a "Sue" has been a wholesale business entirely, the HO 10 i it .Punta Gorda,. ...Lr 829pm7S7pm 10 pin
pronounced. mere retail exhibitions of personal bravery SflOp Tampa.........t.. 8 06am

Tho daughter of Sam Small, the individual tact or military genius 760 830 a a .... > Ar..,..Tampa... Port Bay Tampa.Lv Hotel >7 l'p'm2S0p 838amlMnn.Tlmr

ovnngelist, Lola Small Jaokson, ia in being virtually unneoessury for the desired SAFETY COMFORTJ QUICK TIME LOW RATES I Til., Tlnlr.ft SatSun.WedAFri. i La..PortTampa Ari m800pm Satl
New York making arrangements' for her end. The best equipped machine Ar.ArHavana, Key West ...Lv Lv Sun.Wed & Frl.

\ stngo debut in the fall. shop will turn out the roost goods. Finest Culsln*and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

Isabel Irving, Elide De Wolf, Arthur Hence it will be impossible to estimate The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers Dally, t Daily except Sunday. jWon.Wed. andFri.
the amount of damage that may be done i"Seminole. Train leaving Jacksonville 0:12 a.m. arrives Gainesville 1:0B: p,m Ocala 2.00 p. m LMabinlSstBp.
and Blanche Burton will bo in "
Byron
"Iroquois "Cherokee daily. 'I
.or the number of lives that may be sac "Comanche" "Algonquin, m., Krooksville6:68p.m.
John Drew's production of Henry Arthur Trains*\ and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Clncmnntl and Tammealsnd
Jones' "The Liars." rificed. The wounds will be on a large North-Bound. local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of pueiencen ,ir
scale and numerous in proportion. Union Station,Jacksonville, at 9 p. m.
the tide.
Mr. Tree will return to Her Majesty's Especially will this, be the case on the From JACKSONVILLE Steamers, FU- are(calling appointed at Cliarlostou to sail acoordlng), Sundays to Tuesdays and Thursdays. INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
London, iu November, at a date under fire. Extensive lacerations THARIBSTUNTS. C '- Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.FornourofraUlnB Indian River Steamers leave Tltusvllle 6 KK>a. m., Mondays and Thursdays for St. Luele Itlml
battleships Jacksonville aud Charleston daily paper*. arrive Titusville Wednesdays and counenwl
iot definitely announced in Sydney w"ClydeLine"Scheduleor and Intermediate landings; returning, Saturdays,
yet ,
from exploding shells, submarine with northbound trains. >|
Grundy's adaptation of "The Three mines and torpedoes and splinters of South-Bound. W. B. COFFIN, r>, ACKERLY,
New York, ut 3 m_ as follows 1nwowTrffKHTofi General Superintendent. General Passenger km!
Musketeers, ; annotated to sail rrora Pier 2 East River, p.
steel and wood will be the rule. The
Sc7. I Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. V
"Tho Beauty Stone" baa been to a wide areas of tissue involved.and the For JACKSONVlJU .FllA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .

large extent a failure in London, with corresponding intensity of shock will
and Southern Lines (Freight only.)
,
all its music by Sir Arthur Sullivan and necessitate rules for interference Now England
new operative at Charleston, S. C, both ways)
(Calling
ita libretto Arthur Pinero and Florida East Coast
by Wing and new.methods of surgical "STKAMEKS" Ry.TIMK

J. Comyns Uurr. technique. Comparatively speaking, pointed to sail as follows i .
Wharf Boston
From Lewis' ,
The first presentation of Laurence amputation will be more necessary than From foot of Hogan Street. ,JaoksonvflTHURSDAYS. F1UDAYS. TABLE MO. 1SIN EFFECT MAY 10, 1898.

Irving'a drama, "Richard Lovelace, resection.

with the author in the title role, took When once the danger of operation SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). / NORTH BOUND (R.sd Unl,

-place recently at the once famous Buth itself is past, aseptio surgery will Clyde's St. Johns River Line. f,..,_ No86 STATIONS.Ar sasB

theater, England. abundantly demonstrate its opportunities. Ex,

What is lost in one direction will (DE BART and LINE intermediate) landings on the St.John's River. ToT* .Jacksonville ., Ar 4op louius.
be gained in another. Hospital gangrene Jacksonville,Falatka, Sanford, Knterprlse,Flu. 410p418p 10 Sua ,..&%. Angnstine., ...Lv.Ar 6 Sip .
POINTED PARAGRAPHS. The elegant Sidewheel Steamer 10 86a LtAr. ..St. Aofnsti&e., t80p453p *
the dreadful bane of wound treatment 4 5Up 11 10aTTSm Hasttns*..... Lvrxv
Time the hands of in our late war, will be virtually "IIAICRY O. DAY. JB5Tnsp Falafka., TRj
hangs heavy on aclook.
and CA1T. W. A. SHAW.Is 10 46an Lv.. .. Jalalka ..Arxv
impossible suppurating l
,
stumps
E5p '...San Matee...,. ; 8 Jup
will no longor propagate their poisonous appointed to sail as follows i ton TJOmTTBoa ..v... 1 .San Mat Ar 8 35p
Love may not be blind, bat it seldom influences. Intestinal surgery has Jacksonville, Tuesdays and Saturdays at 1:00 pm TT0. Ly................... rfsTasTTaTitk "::.!1
ita finish.A Leaves and at S.00 a in ., .. ,
seos Mondays Thursdays sup loop >* ,<.OrflwsSt, ,i 8 03p
also elevated itself almost science Sanford
to
a Leaves 8 tip nip ...... Dayteaa i62p41p T02a
man always imaginoa he wants the and death on the field, virtually inevitable NORTH BOUND. TOKp >Kp155p ...............i ,...rort Oraage. > UsBETWKKN
earth until he gets sick. before, is now most effectually SOUTH Read BOUND.down. SCHEDULE. Read up. flip 24p ...New Oak Smyrna.Hill ..,., IMp I44p

Only the best of everything cornea to thwarted by the modern and ingeniously Leave 3.30 m. ... .Jacksonville.Falatka. Arrive 8 02p ..Tttueville UMp
skillful methods of the 8.45 p. m. ..... Leave 8.00 p. m. imP .......,..,. ...............Oltv Point IHip
himself.A
the man who waits on present day. 3.00 p.a. in. .. .. Astor < 3.30 p. m. 8 4Iip ,..." Coma .. ....... Vi2t>
always believes a statement Thus, while the war may inflict larger 4.30 a. m, ...St. Francis... 1.00 p. m. 47p ....Rockledge... 12 Up
woman aud wounds than a. in. ,. lieresf ord ..< 12.00 a. m. 4 18n .... Eau Gallie........ 11 4Aa
until she hears a contradictory one. more dangerous ever 00 ..Blue Springs.. 11.00 a. in. 28p12p ....Melbourne 11 Bis
before, there is a comfort in content* 6 8.: a.. m.m Sanford (too a. m.J0 ................. ,...BebaettaaM....... 10 50s
Some men are too lasy to acquire a plating the balance of Arrive 9 25 a. m, ....Enterprise ... a. m.Gen'l 8 0tp h..A..........< .....St. Lnele.. *57s
compensatory
door from which to keep away the woll 20p64Bp ...Fort Pierce 9 5<>s
odds in favor of the corresponding advances Jacksonville.JsO. ....... Eden.....,* ,, 1 s9Ws
Lovers may refuse to say goodby forever in operative methods and the improved Passenger and Ticket Office, 2Q4 W. Bay St.. Mp i......Jensen.....

and yet put in two or three hours technique of wound treatment 7 T88p 05p ...a.*...*............. ...Hobe Stuart Sound ....... 8 Us 21a807s
at It The experiences along the new lines .L. Howard, Superintendent, F. M.Iikkmowqkb,Jr.,Fla.Pans. Agt, 7 6rp ...... .. West Jupiter
201 West Bay St. West .
Foot Hogan St. top Pains Beach. .. 7 30s
But few men decline a nomination of surgical procedure will be of the JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W OOp .................. Linton... SHs614a

for office if they think; there is any greatest interest to the profession in H. WARBURTON, T. V. A., THEO. O. K EB,, T. /, 1044p 22p ...Fort..Lemon Lamderdale.City ... 6 3falaual

show of being elected. demonstrating on a large scale the.valueof 3 BOWLTNO GREEN, NEW YORK, 10 top Miami

When a young man is in 'love, heshouldpress those general principles upon which VM, P.' CLTDK A CO., General Agents, NKW SMYRNA AKD ORANUK CITY JUNCTION.No. .

his own suit instead of the recent surgical advances have been S Bowline;Oreen.New Torts. IS) so. Delaware Ave., Philadelphia. 8 No 1 STATlotTS, No.i No. i

employing a tailor to do it for him. based. Every pains will be taken to loToatTT New Smyrna,. ...Ar.Lv Hip S s
give all available information on these 09p 11 88a Lake Helen 12 ip 4 06p
Chicago) News.APHORISMS.. aop UO ip .Orange City 12 tup
Wp
points to the readers of The Medical MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. MP 12 IQp'Ar' Orange City Junction. 12 25p IB

Record. Aside from arrangements for All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily eaoept Munday.
from the field
special correspondence ,
we are particularly gratified to state Florida, New York, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

Memory tempers prosperity, mitigates that of this Philadelphia and Boston.
journal
a representative ,
The steamship City af Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Company Imtm
adversity and controls youth and himself one of the operating surgeons Prom Hrnnawlck, (via Fort Royal,B. C)to New York.PASSENOKK Miami far Key West ens Mondays, Wednesdays and Friday*art.r arrival of train from Jack'oavUle
delights old ago. Laotontius.If on the Solace, the new hospital ambulance SERVICE.To making eonneetlon*at KeyWest with steamer* for Havana. Leave Key W..I 1 a
(standard time) on Tuesday*. Thursday*and Uataxdavs.arriving Miassl seat moraisi
thou knowest bow to use money, ship,'will furnish our readers make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville'on taa. to eeaaeet with north bound train.

It will become thy handmaid. If not, it with such surgical data as may be interesting Thursday at 11:00 p. in ,via Fernandina,done connection with
Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandina for Brunswick, These Time Table*shew tho Mm**at which trains and boats maybe expected teerrlwail
will become thy master, Oiodorns. suggestive or instructive.- Supper will be served immediately on leaving Fernandina. depart from the several *tatta* and porta, but their arrival ar departure at ths time)
Medical Record.rnntU {'aaHengers go at onca on board Maliory steamor on arrival at tateei I*not guaranteed,aer does tho Company held Itself responsible tor any delay or asyeauseaueaoe
Mature has given us two ears, two Brunswick.FBOF08ED. arising therefrom.
jyos and but one tongue, to the end For eepy of locaf ttsae card sail at EM Wee*Bar Btreet,Jacksonville, or address
that we should hear and see more than Joseph's .labile*. J.T. BIOS,with,Traill* Mxager. J.JA KAHNXB.A.G.P.A

we speak. Socrates.If The emperor of Austria will have SAILINGS __ m B*. Aagnstlna.jSk .
reigned 60 years on Deo. 3, and it is the Lv.New York,Pier 21E.R., 3*0p. no., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick.
'has brains all let
a man any at ,
Intention of the Austrian people to signalize Oct 14 RIO ORATTDE ., .Friday, Oct. 7.Friday
him hold to his calling and in the Friday,
on 1
fitting .STATE OF TEXAS. ,
their emperor's jubilee- a Friday, 21
grand sweep of things his turn will Friday, ' M* ,...KIO URANOK... .Friday, 21
come at last. W. MoCune. manner. The fete will praotioally Friday ' 21..... ..STAlE OF TEXAS. < Friday,* Oct. 28
begin on Nov. 80, when there will be a For general Information,steamers,trains,rates, etc..apply to any railroad agent or to
Hypocrisy is folly. It is much easier, procession of Imperial and royal personages A. P. MURPHY, Agent,220 W. Bay St.Jacksonville.H. Southern

fiafer and pleasanter to be, the thing from the Hofburg to St Stephen's .H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent,Brunswick,Ga.C. +
H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, K. River,and 30i Broadway,N.Y.
aims than to
which a man to appear cathedral, where a grand "TeDeum"

keep up the appearance of what he is will be sang. The following day aa Railway;

not Gael L will be a busy one. There will be a

A K.w Dm.r court dinner of' the, a Austria-Hungarian dinner for all the army generals , Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad.I .

She Is this your cyclometer on the
and a gala performance at tho Imperial Air Line and Florida Trunk Line.
Northern
Florida and
mantel? Opera. The anniversary of the emperor's I Jfew 1I03T EXCELLENT SERVICE OFFERED OUT OF TLOBIDA.

He Ye* accession will be marked by a brilliant Time Table In Effect July 0, 1808.si .

She Why, It only registers S. Is soepe in the new palace. Here 38 members NORTH EAST. WEST.THH0TJOH
that all the miles you have ridden In six aud houses .
of the imperial royal NORTHERN POINTS, 151
months? including the German emperor and empress As.
He Oh, no. I keep that to tell the will offer congratulations to the s PTJIXMAW DBAWINO ROOM DININO CAB3,
Bono Nil A nop Lv..Jacksonville..ArT3iip SlAa 0 2nP 0 40a CAHS.
number of dollars I have paid in install Lv Yuloe ArWp 840aTOAa 8 40i 8 5Ua
Emperor Francis Joseph. 4 4fl|, 8 4 i | THOROTJOHFABK COACHB3. VESTIBtTLKD TKAIN3.
ments. New York World. 8'Jll|> 93* Ar..Fernandina..Lv 7 00p 7 Ma30a
T4np 9 2Vlio OOp Ar.,.. Everett ArAr. TOSai'io 8 4Ap
8 ... Brunswick. ...LvII 3 4llp
40p ip Sflp Ar.Savannah. ....LvUHopLv. a 4 47p WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LiniTED."
6 nop WOHpI5H ... Savannah .. .Ar 310a31la 9 30a 4 4"p
9''Up |> I Afta Ar. Fairfax, S. C.Lv4'ia 5 80a 2 21i134p T kr?* 10 48p 2 4Cp < ..Denmark, SO"SAa 2 24ai'J47a 4 00a via Jacksonville,aavaoaah and Columbia, without ahaage."UNITED .
91)1 Augusta, Ga 5 2lla1155a
4 Mr. 4 94a Columbia,8.C. STATES FAST MAIL."
1126a Spartanburg, S C J(Hip
1 45p Ashevllle,N.C. > a nop Pullman Drawlg-Roos Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jashsoavtlle aad Hew Tork.
8 Up Ma Charlotte,N.C. ' 10 2Op 9 25a
OSflp 10 47a Salisbury, N.C. ' 8 2ftp 8 17aTOAa Embracing LynchburgCharlottesville..
inn Greensboro. ff.C"130p 120p07p
10 4.lp 13
llftlp Danville,Va. S80a20Oa Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia,
4 a 2 p Richmond,Va. * tionn
15.1a33Aa S4<)|> Lynchburg, Va. * 3 3np 3 4 S30|> Charlottesville, 9 tffp 1 Ma CtaolnaaU, with elaa* eoaaeaUoa fer Loalsvuie aad the Northwest.
. 8 4:1a: 8 2np Washington 11 1.1a 10 4.1a
( ,
8IKMtOIAa It 2Ap Baltimore 4iaT20a 9 2up Alee Through Pullman Sleeping Car* to
9oiia Philadelphia V>p
12 < 5*ia New York ' 14 Ita 43flp00a Cincinnati Through tbt"LAND
p via Columbia
8 Slip SOOp "......Boston......" Oop and Ashaville,

8 Ar.... Everett..... Lv 8 30aS2 TanalltVlp
T4.1p 4 15a .... Atlanta.... a
4 1Sa S4Da ..Chattanooga.. 10 OOp 7 30p
T'Wp ...Cincinnati .. 8 3flaHos. Per detailed Information a* to rates, schedule*. *ltplag ear reservation*. *ts., appV Maysgealei
teeaouTaaaji Ban.*AVer Ita waaeeUoa*.

.38 and 34 make connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 4utflp. m.and 8:40p. mrespectively.
For New Orleans,train leaves Jacksonville S.45 a, m with through sleepers, arriving
t. w Orleans 7:40a. m. Only through sleeper line. Arrive* Jacksonville Itvm New Or. Ia A.IHTTXAB', JTlortsU Tm. Aft.Sis Wet* Bar Sir***, Jacksonville Flai.ILlDTJLP.
lean*8:A2 p. m. HAIDWICt.TFavllrffc .
SLEEPING CAR SERVICE.No W. A. TUKT, H.

between New York and Jacksonville, and the'.CInclnnatl PAt*. A** raet. Aft-.
**
*.3a and 36 Fast Mall,Sleeper* la, tt Waaaiastaa.h, AHeeie,
*3M3ters Sleeper via Ashevllle. L.
No*.37 and 38 carry throutrh sleeper*between Jacksonville and New York la connection with
t and IJ and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. .
.at carries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This is brought to
"iwr>
All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. "Tickets will still ha sold at the city tloket
office, TO2 llouran Street,a*well a*at the Union doMttlcket omye.R. .
W. CAMFHELL Passenger Agent. J. K. MARSHALL,Ticket Agent,90* W Bay 8t, oor.n.nran .
<==- ,Jacksonville? WALTER GOLEM AN,Gen'l Traveling Arent,Jacksonville.
*Tf5We M. HOLUKN,T.P.A,St.Augostla* Fla. A. O. MacDGNELL, Gen. Pass. Agent.


do JOB PRINTING of all kinds, and Guarantee Satisfaction

Remember that the Indian RivkbAdvocatb J "W*> would satmm tho favor if oar
does *U kinds of Job printing jeadert when writing or calling
Work. upon
to Prices and of
as Quality order
t*short notic*. Sand them an onr advertisers to purchase merchandise,
and bo convinced that It Is tho place to etc would mention tho Advocate.

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INDIAN EIVER ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 28, 198.



HOTELS AU-thc-year-rpund. HOMESEEKERS MODERN MINING TOOLS.Cado.oe SOCIETIES, ETC.


> CoMeetlea Expert Blaek- INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.

smith f AutMdi, Drill at the Armory, over county jail,every
What probably constitutes the handsomest Tuesday evening In the month, at 8 o'clock.C. .
It. STEWART, Captain.S. .
Who are Seeking a Home in the and most original set of miner's

tools in this city, if not in the west, isin P. S. C. B.
South should send the possession of James Bray, who isan
to the undersigned Meets every Sunday evening at 6:80: o'clockat
his work
expert blacksmith, as the Presbyterian church.
shows, and made each article of the
for of the
a copy collection himself, and wero he anything INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TEMFXARS.Tltusville .

but the modest man he is the Lodge No. IT meets every Tuesday
exhibition of the evening 7:110 In ITenoyterlan church. Publlauieetlugs
praise which every llrat Tuesday In inch month.C. .
Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We tools evokes would turn his head to an A. GARDNER, G. AV. SCUKIE.
Inordinate and dangerous degree. Seo't. C. T.
The tools are seven in number and

consist of three pole pioks of tbe kind CHUKCIIKS.EMSCOPAL .
used by experts to break off samples of
have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for rock and four candlesticks. Tbe eyes CHURCH. 1 1U.

Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in tb United States. and straps of two of the picks are forged
Serviced 2ml anil 4th Sundays' In oacb
Apply from one piece of steel, and the manner month,at 11a. m. r.n' 7 130 p. m. Sunday arljool
toJAS. in which the wood of the handles every Sunday at 0.in: a. in. Evening prayer at
E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner Is into the is s p. mon Wednesdays. Litany service every
worked straps quite apuzsle. Vrlday at 10 a. in.
Particularly is this the case Archdeacon B. F. Bsowif, Rector.1RE8RYTKRIAN .
FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, with one of tbe picks, which has four

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MANIER straps and shows the same nnmber of CHURCH.
apparent divisions in the handle. Oue Service*every Sabbath at II a. m.aml 7.30p.m.
mining man, after carefully examining Sunday school at IMA a. at., fieo. W.fck'ijliie,
8ut>t. Prayer meeting on Weilneaduy evening
the tool, gave it as his opinion that the at7x:: >. Tlievuhllo are cordially Invited to at
wood was simply Inlaid. The prompt tend our aervloen.
Rov, I. P.HOWARD, PttMor.
offer of Mr. Eray to bet $50 that only

one piece of wood constituted tbe handle BAPTIST CHURCH.

HOTEL ARAGON. ATLANTA, GA.Tbe'Palace & LANE' MUSIC CO.ConoYer and and his willingness the straps were to allow forged tbe around tool tobe morning Preaching and every evening.second Prayer ami fourth Mcvtmgn Sundays every

.. Hotel of the South. cut to pieces in proof ot his assertion, School WedneHduy every evening Sunday at at IMOa.7'00 o'clock.in. .AIho Sunday prearhInKflnit -

American and European plan*.- We cordially Invite the patronage of the best caused the other man to change his Sunday at Lad range. All are cordially
Commercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks mind, and he declined to bet.As invited to attend.
E. N. Hell,
from Union deDOt, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke much, ingenuity as is displayed in Pastor.
from trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled the manufacture of the pioks, it is completely
by any hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Kates, American plan, oversbadowed by that manifested METHODIST CHURCH.'

il 50 to (4.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day.OEO. Fischer Kingsbury Franklin in tbe composition of tbe candlestioks. Regular services every flmt, third and fourth,
W. COLLIER Sunday* at 11 a. m. and 7'IK> p. ru. Sunday
Jr.
Manager. One of them is made so that it School ever y; Sunday at 10CKI a. m. Epwortfc.
can be taken apart and fits into the end League-each Sunday at II::3e p.m. Prayer meet
ing every Thursday night at 7*0 o'clock. Th*>
of tbe handle of one of tbe picks. Another Ladiea' Aid Society nieeta every Wednesday
PIANOS at S:00 p. in. Everj body -welcome at church 4h
ATLANTA, GA. has a regular pistol grip in place service*. our
Holland
The of tbe ordinary loop or ring and can be Rev. A. D. PENNEY, Tastor.
27-20 Auburn Avenue. closed up something after the manner

CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS..... of a clasp knife. A cover working with CATHOLIC CHURCH.

Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences.Mbs. a spring fits over the socket into which Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In mot
the candle is inserted and is so arranged Church building, North Tituavllle. ChildraaTs
Lowest Prices Easy Terms. that as soon the candle is oonsumed cataoblsm at 3 p.
F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, ; as m.Riv,J.T.O'IIotlk,Rector.MUNICIPAL.
even with the top of the socket-the oover -

Rates, $1.00 to $1.60 per day. Phone 1020.JACKSONVILLE. Write for Catalogues. candle.In flies. forward and extinguishes the .

addition Mr. Bray has still another

MANIER LANE MUSIC COMPACT, TOWN COUNCIL.M. .
folding candlestick made to be carried
24 Forsjth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.In in the pocket It is so arranged D. H.,S.Prltchard Jones,act., tax mayor collector-8.) R. S. Snlth H.Vanlandins-,marnhal:

that either the hook or spike can be ham,clerk and aaseHHort f Minor 8. Jnne*, Jno.
R Walker, K. L. Brady, J. M. Dtxor,, W. R.
used, or both can be folded baok and
Knox, oounollmen. The
Opened oounefl meets fires
Hotel Flacide e* tbe stick carried in the hand. Still another Tueday in each month.

Jintury, 1894 stick, which is covered by a patent

the center of the etty, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west has a knife attachment connected BOARD OF TRADE,
I one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished With the hook.for cutting fuse, an arrangement Meets every second M ednesday nlghtfln each
throughout. month at*:00' o'clock In mount over pbetomce.ne .
Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $2.60 per day and for splitting the'fuse and Judge M.8.. *, imminent| Wr .."M. Brown.
| upwards. Special rates by the week. JOHIT S. BOWEN, Proprietor.Travelers' ripping open the paper that covers treamirerj J, Hunt,secretary.COUNTV .
giant powder in case it is found necessary
TRAYEL YIA THE "TIFTON ROUTE.
to crowd it into a small hole,, and OFFICEHS.
also an appliance for crimping the

Hotel. Hew Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee This stick is also provided with the cap.automatic SCHOOL BOARD..f. .

) extinguisher.So . 8. Snnwden, Tltu vlle! | R, N. And rows.
. far as novelty is concerned the Cocoa| 8. K,Olbns, Melbourne.

River Route., gem of tbe collection perhaps is a folding

FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, . JACKSONVILLE, FLA. stick with a horn handle and is COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. .

The Georgia Southern A Florida Railway comprise* part of theTIfton Route, called "the puzzler." A puzzler it is H. Sharps. Sharr*", chairman t Joseph

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. \ and is the most direct route to all points North, East and West, and operates tbe indeed, for as yet nobody has been Jno.Mendel Houston, LaUrnnge, Kail Galilei; J. R..f.N.Walker Waller, lltusvillei,Ankona.
finest Pullman Buffet double found able to open it, although, according Regular sessions are held first Monday in aaofei
sleepers daily Jacksonville to Nashville via Macon
; ,
,THE BEST $2.00 PER DAT HOTEL IN FLORIDA. to Mr. Bray, fully 9,000 people month.
I jy Take Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Georgia, |and the have
car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers attempted the feat. Two miniature
Historical Battle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee. copies of the first mentioned folding COUNTY OFFICIALS.

For further Information, maps, schedules// sleeping car reservations, etp., stiok complete the collection. One of Minor 8.Jones, TltnuvJHe, county Judge) D.
write or call on them when closed is less than on Inohin L.A.A.Maulden, Tituavllle, prosecuting attorney!
StewartTituavllle, clerk olroult J.
EVERETT HOTEL HUGH U. RICHARDSON Gen length and can be worn as a watch K. Woo ten, Comm, tax assessor; K. courtj W. Hall,
JACKSONVILLE Agt.
FLA. Bharpes,tax |tnllector John ,
obartn, while the other is a trifle larger | Henry Tltusville.
7
nogan St., Jacksonville. treasurer; J.II.Sams,Courtenay, superlntendio -
Wn. CHECKLEY SHAW, G. A. MACDONALD, and heavier. Anaconda Standard. publ Instruction t J. O. Fries Tltusville.
Largest best Vice-President, Macon, Ga. Gen'l count]X surveyor|J.p.Brown,Tltusville,sheriff.ent .
and Passenger ,
coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.60, $2, $3, $5 weekly. Agt Wind M e> Generator.
Elevator
baths, bell service, etc CHARLES
A. OAKES.ST.
The utilization of wind in the generation A lady has written an essay on "Tho

of electricity thus far has been Disadvantages of Being Pretty." Most
FASHION'S FANCIES. fiu-h i Lee's Moth.r. restricted for the most part to outlying
girls are good natured and
AUGUSTINE. 1 I Blind and almost: helpless as a baby districts, where ft regular supply of current willing to put
Extremely large white chenille dotl the mother of General Fitz-Hugh Lee was Impossible or impracticable.In up with disadvantages.

are seen on colored veilings. Uvea vrith her eofi Daniel these it has been
combined
cases
The only hotel on tbe bay. Summer j near Freder- successfully
OCEAN YIEW .HOTEL rates for permanent guests. Excellent Embroidered chiffons are being much icksbnrg, Va. Though nearly 00 years with storage batteries, which Most Beautiful Place on Indian

table. One of the best places on the Atlantlo need for veils and hat trimmings. old, she is bright and cheerful. Surrounded were charged during tbe working hours ltlver, for Sale, at a Great
Coast to spend yonr summers. Many of the new coats have the revert by descendants who fairly idolize of the mill and made available during
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Good.Ashing, sailing, and surf-bathing. turned back and covered with lace. ai her she is rapidly neuring the dark the night for the lighting of houses and Bargain.

For rates, address F. C. HAYDEN, Mgr. Sleeves are being made smaller and river fearless and with childlike oonfl-j outbuildings. A new form ofwindmill The
without dence. In her youth she was known ad"beautiful has been suggested for which a much famous Turkey Creek Grove, con*
trimming, except at the wrist. I slating of 14 acres of orange and
grove
Nannie Mason of the wider employment is
Is expected its
by
For neat and 40 acres of land fronting Indian
yearsTITUSVIttE. a stylish tailor made on River
land. At Arlington she first inventor. It is not circular
gown the panel effect is universally met Lieutenant like tho ordinary and Turkey Creek, with steamboat land
liked.. I Sydney Smith Lee, U. S. N., a windmill, but consists1 of four ing and Tillman 'postofllce and railroad
iDi nsr zebxtt-zeieb lEaioariEXTITUSVILLE | brother of Robert E. Tbe meeting resulted arms with a solid, shutterlike arrangement station on the F. i C. R'y. On the
-,, Waists are elaborate, with revers and in courtship and marriage, General on each. Those shutters swing onhinges. place, lying on the west side of Indian
epaulets, and skirts are tuoked, raffled Joseph E. Johnston being one of the While the wind is driving two River, three miles south of Melbourne,
and braided. tr 'groomsmen. Portraits taken in those of them it lifts tbe other two, so that two miles from Atlantic ocean beach..

Suits of cheviot, covert and cloth are early days show the bride to have had a they offer the tylnimum of resistance to About 400 good bearing orange' trees,

INDIAN RIVER, braided, while silk and cashmere are lovely, piquant face, with rosy cheeks,' the air pressure. It is claimed that this balance 1000 boxes In young this trees, will yield about

FLORIDA. ruffled or tucked. brown eye* and clustering brown curls. machine costs only one-fifth as much as to yield 2000 boxes year.a year Can in two be made

Standing collars for dressy waists When her son Fitz-Uugb became governor the ordinary windmill to put up and Servant's house and good packing years.bos so

have a fall of silk and open in the back of Virginia, she made her home gives a great deal more power for a given and rooms above. Good Ashing, quail,
G. BAST, and are ornamented with lace. with him in Richmond. She was keen sail area. It costs hardly anything deer and duck hunting up Turkey Creek;

Blouse suits of plain and ly interested in the political issues oftbe beyond the first outlay forthe Installation fine harbor for boats; lovely river 'front,
aia'J. Manager, made fancy weave day, but unfortunately a severe cold of the plant, as any one can do tho with beautiful forest trees, narumock
are with with revers, belt 'and apron, settled in her eyes. After intense suffer small amount of oiling, which is tho lands for sale cheap. Apply1 toD.
large buttons for
fastening, and ing, borne with her usual fortitude she only attention L. Gaulskic, '
,. .! M.4 all the Tear.Onlyv finished with braid garniture. subsequently needed.
submittod to a painful operation, The inventor says that with a mill hav Atty. for owners,
Waists trimmed with' ribbon velvet which, however, failed to give relief, ing shutters seven feet long he can get Tltusville, Fife.f .
a few minutes are pretty with steel buttons at regular .and sbe became totally blind. Richmond enough current to light a good sized
walk from Railway stations intervals on the velvet. Expensive Times. building and furnish all the power neoessary WANTED SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY Per-
and steamboat land waists have a yoke of contrasting color.A this state to manage our business

to take tbe place of hand labor In their own anil nearby counties. It It mainly
ings.On new idea in the taffeta skirts is to FharoMaeaflefU Ooeps. in clothes washing and ironing, dish* office work conducted at home. Salary straight
the banks of the The medical $uoo a year and expenses definite, bonaflde,
Journals of no
far-famed Indian River. have the flounces edged with a frill. Germany washing, knifo cleaning and many other more, no less salary. Monthly 870. Reference*.
Skirts worn with silk waists are pretty make mention of a new sulphur soap domestic tasks. Enclose self-addressed stamped envelope. Her
trimmed with cross ruches of narrow thiosavonal soluble in water. For the bert E.lies*, Prest.,Dept.if, Chicago.ShaYing .

ribbon. production of soaps of this character The Oebaa Machete.
WEST PAJLM BEACH".
The new blouse waists have large sulphurized oils are used. Tbe thick Much bos been said of tho terrible
reversaedgedwith narrow lace Insertion liquid tbio oil is made fluid with sloohoL -' machete,a deadly weapon indeed in the Parlor

over a foundatlon'of chiffon puffing. and gradually mixed while being bands of a desperate man and when *.

Seminole Hotel Silk waists, veiled with chiffon of tbesame7color continually stirred with an equivalent, used against a defenseless person. The
volume
of potash lye, which is likewise
bave the waist body, basque thinned with alcohol. machete was never intended for1 a weap
and epaulets decorated in this manner The addition of on of warfare. It i is an instrument of
OPEN ALL TOE YEAR. or with baby ribbon.Etamine large quantities of potash lye at one husbandry carried by the Cuban peasant
time produces separation of sulphur, in times of
and
peace is his familiar
one
WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.he waists in pale colors have but this danger becomes less toward the.

Si'* hotel ' substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close toItsslr. the yoke finished with a inching.ofetamine end of the saponification, and at last a aids daily him companion.in building It outs his hut his, firewood hews his,

( .*7 depot Free'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel.mr.Hi edged on both sides by a narrow small excess of potash lye is used. The path through the manigua and performs
K teckle OD board 'or the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and ribbon ruffle of the same color, fact that all thethiosebacio acid has many other offices., The machete la
; special This ruche is finished either side ) a
rates on of
by the week or month. saponified Is indicated by the liquid ap straight, heavy blade .tbout
GEORGE ZAPK the waist by a large rosette composed of two feet
Proprietor. pearing clear as a whole and a sample long with
; a wooden bona
narrow ribbon set on in clover pattern. taken being clearly/soluble in or. handle,
The center of the rosette is a circle of well aa in alcohoL The excess of water alkali as having no guard( consequently it is utterly
unsuited
the same ribbon inching filled in with fa as a weapon to ba used
neutralized by volatile
fatty add. in a conflict with an armed Tha
JOB PRINTING lattice checking. New York Tribune. Tbe soap solution thus obtained is freed Cuban, of course, by reason of man.his long

from the alcohol in a steam bath and familiarity with' the Instrument, is an

aa4 Bright.Tbe boiled down to the consistency of soft adept in Itsuse, and its effect upon s>

I Utth. J ALL KINDS First Mate How clear and salve, being occasionally tested for neu group of unarmed workmen is truly terrible.
bright it is in the west.Tbe trality. Eighty-five parts of this soap It is in tbe foray against the de
Second Mate mixed with la parts of glycerin. fenseless and
ADVOCATE Why not? The unarmed' that tbe most
PRINTINGOFFICE.. captain baa been sweeping tbe horizon The ttJEKZXZFtMZZLZl this mixture ericas work.of the maohet/has been MEADOR,

*** ny with his glassy Indianapolis Journal.ClMf of potassium done in tha Island of Cuba. Osgood Washington Avenas,
draggi.t
for a free Pe-ru-na Almanac for the year 1800. Welsh fa Century.

TITUSVIIAK, FLORIDA.









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INDIAN IIIVER ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 28, 1898.V .



Rockledge.A. OUR ORANGE GROVES.-- ROBBINS & GRAHAM S. ."W- Ca-A--ESwE OX.Xs,

1 {Succesaor to Lovett<& Carroll.)

D. Baldwin Is busily engaged building Oranges are now selling at 20cts per and VEGETABLES of All
a boathouse.II. dozen In the Titusvllle market. ...Iiowyora... GROCERIES, FRUITS Kinds.
Oscar and C. R. Stewart are at Bona-
J. Smith is about to put wires all venture, planting more trees la their orange PRACTICE IN STATE AND Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patronage Solicited.
through his residence for electric lights.S. . WILL
grove.R. FLORIDA.
,
II. Peck Is.getting his hotel In order O. Creech, on Monday, sailed down UNITED STATES COURTS.
for the tourists. to bis Malabar place for a lot of budded

James Brown and family are now residing orange trees to enlarge his grove at Ban eLXD-a-T dz BRO.
The Anheuser-Busch Brewing Asso'ion.Ptimoua on Barton avenue.S. yan. ABSTRACTS of Title Famished He. ZEiB ,

n. Peck's launch has been fixed upIn The orange grove of Mr. Wro] M. and Dade Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries
St.I ouIh Kegand Bottled Doer. good shape, and is now In the water* Brown, at La Grange, Is now looking infirstclass for Lands in Brevard Groceries, Grain. Hay, Frail

Bold by Mem,Ixmloy As Motlow, Titusvllle, Fla.Jly rush of tourists this condition, sQme.o tho. trees And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bian, Cotton Seed Meal Ground
Mr J D Cralih,Coaou,Kla.liy We expect a big being well laden with fruityyb Counties.We Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively i
and
Mr. W.J.Xuuker, Fort Fierce, 71a. season.A. Food and solicit
Mr. Gv T. Raymond, Of Fort Myers, the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence your pationara,
...JOSEPH ZAPF... ..L. Hatch has and bought will reside a cottage heie ofWm. Infuture. has been over to his grove on,the Banana Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO.Titusvllle Fla.Losloy .
M. Merwln, List
out. more
river, planting orange have a large
trees. He Is anxious to buy more.
'Wholesale Beer and
Liquors.
Fred Aldrldge has the contract to Among others who are planting orange of Lands owned by

West Bay Stioet, paint Mr. Merwin's cottages.Mr. trees along the East Coast, we may <& Motlowv
and Mrs. II. P. Shares are expected mention Judge M. S. Jones, of Titus ourselves and clients.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. here, to put the New Rockledge vllle, who has lust planted out 1,000 at "RENAKER CO.)
hotel in order for the rush of winter Klondike, and expects to have 1,800 Price for unimproved. (Successors.to LOSLEY,

visitors. more set out. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies
,
HENRY R.THOMASXJ The fine residence of Mr. and Mrs.Wm. Has nobody on the East Coast any lands $3 to $100
M. Merwln will be put In nice shape young orange trees to sell ? People are Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.A .
PHARMACY. before they arrive from Milford, Conn. planting all the time, but have to send per acre.WE .
....LA YILLA away for trees. We are frequently asked Flrst-clasa Line of Cigars. * Billiard and Pool Tables.
The pink paper Is always a welcome -"Where can I buy trees on the and careful attention
orange solicited. Prompt given t* mall
Is
of visitor to Rockledge, but many of its old Family and hotel trade
all Kinds "
would
*
If there
looks
Keeps East Coast? It as LOSLEY fc MOTLOW Titusvllle
the stand It Residence, Orange must order. < ,Fla,
friends did not like to see Indian have a few nrdors. Cash accompany your
Pare Drags, Fancy and Toilet Articles. took for Henry Parker* It could easily be River.money la a good nursery on v Pineapple Properties In desirable
have "flopped.'' over. Grove and

Prices to suit. Our winter residents are fast returning The weather has turned quite warm locations. Prices Reasonable. L.. ZFt. ZDHaCOKL C3MILLINERY.

601 Adams St., cor, Madison, among the latest arrivals being S. H. again after the cold snap we had. ]::: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of :;:[
wife
JACKSONVILLE FLA. Pock and family, A. D. Baldwin,
,
and son Fred; II. J, Smith and family, ( TITUSVILLE PINE
Mrs. A. J. Canova and family, C. J.Coggln Offices : | and MIAMI. CYPRESS AND GEORGIA LUMBER *
and wife, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Write Quick....

Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers Salmon, and others. DRESSED AND ROUGH.
for Sale.Abbakas FOR .FREE SCHOLARSHIP. East Coast Meat Market Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all description!

FRUIT AND VEGETABLE RAILROAD FARE PAID. rritoxsi riixo, aJ'Xorica.a.XRKKBT .

Egyptian Queen, Golden and GROWING ALONG THE Positions Guaranteed. G. F. DUREN, Agent.
Queen, Porto Moo. Smooth Cayenne
Bed Spanish, Apply toMADDOCK& EAST COAST. Open all the Year to both Sexes.GA.ALA. Jambs Pbitchabd, President; W. M. Bbown, Vice-President:]
MATTHAMS, COLLECT* C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
BUSINESS ,
"
"Palm Beach Pinery,
West raloi Beach, Fla.1'lneapple Vegetable growers,along the. Indian Macon, Ga.
and Banana rivers are busily engaged STATE BAM
getting their gardens In order for the INDIAN RIYER
winter crop. WANTED SEVERAL TRUSTWORTHY Per ,
this state to. manage our buainenaIn
Slips and Suckers The truck growers of South Dade are thelrown and nearby aountlea. It is mainly (Incorporated under tbe Laws of the State of Florida.)
busy, preparing ground for a winter ofllce work done at home. Salary straight si0ayearand
very
Sale
For definite,bonatide,no more,
orop. The Inorease In acreage will be no lesa salary.expenaee Monthly S7A. References. Enclose Authorized capital, $100,000
much larger than was supposed. The eelf-exldreitaed atainped envelope, Herbert Paid up capital, $25,000
Of the following varieties, Smooth largest Inorease In acreage will be atOjus. E.Heas,Treat.,Dopt.M,Chicago.
Cayenne, Envll Cities, Abbakas and Nearly every acre of tillable land Average deposits, $160,000
lied Spanish, grown from young plants will be planted. The crop will be much
and without cover. For prices, call onor larger outside the Increase of land tilled. Titusvllle, Florida. Transacts a General Banking
address C. A. Robinson, The farmers are profiting by the experience
lEden, Indian River, Fla.CEO. of the past. More thorough culture ... Business.
Is found to bring larger returns and bettor

fruit. and DRESSMAKING. THE STATE COLLEGE, and Oldest Bank on the Rim
W. DAVISON & CO., There will also be a greater variety of Largest
vegetables planted along the East Coast sold oa all Foreign Coantnu.
Exchange
Fruit & Produce Commission Merchants. this winter. A well-known vegetable Lake City, Fla.,
has been pleading for diversity
Florida Products Oranges, PINEAPPLES grower both sexes a good education DIRECTORS IJie.Pa
; of and experience has taught the Offers to President
crops itcbaboW.B.Bart" (
; Watermelons, Tomatoes and farmer that It does not pay to carry all along the lines of modern thought and of tbe National Hank ot Jacksonville).J HIXnutan
other vegetables a speolalty. his eggs to market In one basket. Tomatoes activity. (Vloe-FreaWent National Beuk at
807-300-311-313 Poydras Street, eggplant and peppers will again Scientific, Literary, Military and Industrial Jacksonville), and W. M. Baows.
complete .
take the lead, but other vegetables will departments. Most Baows.COBRKSPONDF.NTS.
NEW ORLEANS, LA. reduced Yelk intfXatieottlltenkof.
come In for their share. The aoreage of outfit of apparatus.. Expenses National Bank of New SOTITUSVILLE
Refer to local agents of all Bxpreaa Cos local Irish potatoes will be largely inoroased to a minimum. Shorthand, Telegraphy, Jacksonville.
freight agent ot the Louisville A Nsahvtlle R'r, fhb .
taught
Uerinanlu Mat'l Bank,Metropolitan Bank,N.O. over last year. This Is one of the most Book-keeping to, DFL-A..
profitable crops In South Dade. Send for a new catalogue

WF.. YOCUM, President,
For Sale. FAREWELL. LAKE CITY, FLA.

k Attention. !

Choice orange lands Ave and ten acre The following few verses are from the .
? lots at the beautiful town of Daytooa, pen of a recent English resident of Titus AI.BX NJCAB. TAYLOR.
on the East Coast. Easy terms. Also vllle, who held the position of town
homes la Florida. Investments made clerk. During the call to arms he joined NEAR & TAYLOR, WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
and money loaned on Jacksonville pro Company C. the First Florida Volunteer Mall Orders Solicited. Satisfaction
perty. Coubtland Bookman, but to this regiment (Suoceaaors to John MoAUlater)
Regiment; owing
22, Hogan street, having been mustered out, be enlisted Guaranteed.Mrs. Artesian Well Contractors PaintS Hardware Tin
Jacksonville Fla.Ka .
In the Tenth Infantry, U. S. A.: Helen W. Reynolds, ,

rARXWEIX, COMPANY O. Titusvllle, Fla. EAU CALLIE, FLA.

*"* Reading no'ttoe ads. on this pag Farewell Aye,more,old tban aomrades ooiurades true by and whoae tried side: ware Ammunition Fishing Tackle Agricultural
are live cents per line per week. I've marched and drilled full many a day| ; ,
,
Through Tampa's sand and Huntsvllle's clay.

The Advocate." Farewell,kind hearted Captain Brad, Stoies

The Lieutenant beat O.O.Hart men, McDowell ever bad.,too) You canvSaye Money Implements, Lamps, Crockery, Glassware, ,

The Indian River Advooatb Is on Good fellows both,farewell to you. .
ale at the following news-stands, at five Barbed Wire, etc. % )o( Call and examine our fins stock.JAS.
and Bob,
Farewell,you one only
cents !
per copy would rob
You who the pieman poor
Titusvllle Fred S. Chaffee. Of toothsome pie.by wily bluff. Soxxca.lxa.K toCHAS. SON
J. D. Screven. Yet never eeenied to jet enough. r Sy PRITCHARD & ,

Farewell,old Flnkey,good old friend s sWboae
nerve has atood you well abroad, 3D. PROVOST,
ORANGES IN FLORIDA. At home I fear that nerve would be"
"em oountree.
Quite uaeleaa In your

Farewell, prince of laay men 1
you
Editor Indian River Advocate : You who would wield the nimble pen.
Who'neath the noin de plume of>'Sla,"
From careful estimates, It Is thought Wrote buglers' notea on that or this. FOR QUOTATIONS ON BRICK I IDealer
that Orange county will produce from
twenty-five to thirty thousand boxes of Farewell,to squad who want to flirt.
And dangle around the ruatllne aklrtOf
oranges the'present season a handsome maiden fair with many prank., Seeds Fertilizers & /crate Material
inorease over last year. The Harkness Vd.Kobertaon,King,Roaa and Banks.
near Orlando, will yield about GOO
grove And Sergeant Welch,farewell to you, 1
boxes. Bona kicker of the kicker',crew, JACKSONVILLE BRICK CO.
The Florida velvet bean orop, though Who oalled the hand or Fowler hold J in Fanoy Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions.jy .
backward from late planting, Is looking And neatly nailed the lies he tuld.

well, and If frost holds off a week or so Farewell,old friend Tom Parting,Stroud, If you need a Stove write for prices.
longer, the yield will be an average one.Theilrst Mltohell,Forayth and all the crowd} 20 Hogan St. Jacksonville Fla.
of pineapples have come Sergeants and corporals and buck.Goodbye ,
crop .
and gone. A little bit later the Inter old boy.,good-bye,Carv-Rlwbs good luok.Ol Write for and We mall
fruit will be ripe and ready for shipment. 10th U.8.Army.Firstclass us prices sane your money.

The past Inoreaaod year has been acreage Immense.In this fruit The the demand Lumber and Hardware. .. the hardest, least absorbent and best brick made in Florida.

from abroad for scions have been Property Wanted

feft heavy, our large growers having contracts Can to million short notice.
< to furnish two hundred and fifty snpply up a on
thousand plants all go to Jamaica. On the Florida East Coast,either hotel Brick, Lime, Cement, I1- Tinware, Graniteware,
The local and state demand for plants Is or paying orange grove, with first-class
Increasing at a rapid pace. Large orders buildings preferred. Must be a bargain; Sewer & Fire Clay Pipe. \ \ Stoves Oil and Wood
for plants are expeoted from Porto Rloo near good school, also free and clear. ,

a and little Cuba better as soon settled.Gaft.as.affairs there become elegant For such town property estate I only will 24 exchange miles from my Turning and Special Work. If Boat and Sporting Goods.Q. Carpets Mattings and Rugs

E. A. Wilson. Boston 3 acres richest land right In ,
Orlando, Fla. town, near depot, schools, eta., etc: F. PADDISON & CO., Eau Oallie. Fla.
eleotrio cars pass; buildings have all
modern Improvements; cost |20,00O; THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES.
elegantly furnished last spring; estate
Jensen..Dr. .
bounded everything by In two Al streets condition.and small Price $Inn i0000 ,-; Chance of a Life Time Fall Patterns are now being received.

left here Mon and clear. Address with
W. C Sneden on free very
day's train, en route to New Tork.Mr. full particulars, pi Ice, and''photo If possible Awnings and Linoleums, a Specialty.H. .
"Owner,

K: *< .home and Mrs., from James Aahevllle Holmes'have, N. C arrived Lock Box 8, Ashland, Mass. ....A magnificent property will be sold at a. ... E. CLARK,

Mr. Baldwin, of the Wilson A ToomerCo. 3d West Bay St..
., arrived on the St. Augustine this Died la Xentaekjr. Jacksonville. Fla.ESTABUSHXD .
week, en routs to Miami.Rev. .
been received Mrs. D.Delsner .
News has by
Butler of, Melbourne,
Mr. ,
of this place, of the death of
preached here for the last time on Sunday
her brother, John Wells, who departed 1875.Wm. .
duties at Melbourne preventing
his
this life at Lexington, Ky., on the 23rdInst.
usual twice month.It
Ids is coming much regretted here as by his congregation a Deceased who brother succumbed of Mrs.Delsner. to. About eight acres of Grove In as line condition as any on Indian River, containing A. BOURS & CO .

here. Ills place, we understand, will be dropsy was He the only three months with a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest PackingHouse

tilled by a local preacher.A his sister the spent winter before last, and In Brevard County.. GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS.

meeting of the Jensen Village Improvement made many friends while In ,Titusvllle.We Situated about mld-wsy between Rockledge and Coooa; Convenient to the ,

Society has been held, at sympathise with Mrs.Delsner In her Churches,Stores, etc, of both. 6 East Bay 8treet. JACKSONVILLE, VLORUDA. B_.,
which It was decided to start building sad bereavement. toJ Z n ? OBl th *f" "* most reliable Seeds.A complete stock; of *j
For further particulars, apply ? *
the town hall at once, and it Is hoped GOODYEAR r *? '' *"' Wh t' riu' **!. Cotton Seed Meal, both brig"
that U will be finished by Thanksgiving WALTER dark wholesale. State agenU for Tygert-AUea Fertilise.Co.SMertSItaTQF .
Day. The land on which It will be built Never fail to read our inside pages.Tou t Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 29th St,
has been generously given by John L. will always find something to Interest x v New York, N. Y.. JP? rotlan. Kal.lt. otaTirbeee CertUlaera a
Jensen, of the Al Fresco. you. ,and a trial will ooo.tnoe. Send lor Catatogae freev











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