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: November 11, 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: VID00209
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS BLUE FLAME OIL and GASOLINE NEW HOME AND IDEAL SEWING fty BOOKS, CLOCKS. Etc. a nice assortment SPECIAL SALE NEXT WEEK.Ladles' AMONG THE HOTELS.

Stoves at Fcbnitubb Store, Machines are the best. For sale by at Screven's Drug Store, Wrappers, closing out sale

Titusville, Fla. Gardner & Wai.kek.Mr. Titusville.MESSRS. Men's Jean Pants.GABDNKB. WitKBB to stop, See list of hotels on
of General Interest.Lllr. i& WAI.KKII.
i Topics our 7th page. "*-
Fish Warden A. A. Ford, of St.
Lucie, has been in town a day or so P. G. Walton, when last heard GARDNER & WALKER Reoeived Manager J. G. Bast, of tho Indian
Stanley Jones was a vUltor touBthe this week. from, was in Pittsburg, Pa.Mr. this week and sold the same The Steam Yacht Caiman.Mr. River hotel; Titusville, has been kept
of the week.Me day a beautiful New Home Drop Head
first Geo. W. Soobie has been at Miami quite busy by his many guests this week
Some correspondence and several Desk Combined Sewing Machine.Mr. Pierre Lorlllard and party aro expeoted -
of Courtland BuckI'sad. all the week after his fish
change looking Hotel Connolly Miami is
items are crowded, out this issue for on Indian River next month, to now open
on 8th page.jrr want of space.Mr. business at that point. under tbo management of Mr. O. P.Huntington. .
take their usual cruise in Mr. Lorillard'sftalatial
and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbtns who
This hotel Is all thayear.
H J. Brown came up from Father H. Japes, of Nashville, yacht Caiman which has been open
Hood resident ,
of
a prominent have been visit of several
enjoying a Visitors to Miami should
ier of the week, te. vote.kittorney Term., a friend of Father O'Boyle, of last remember
the first Fort Illerce, arrived In town yesterday, weeks in Pittsburg, Pa., Washington, D.C In Eau Gallic creek since Hotel Connolly.
Winn and wife,of DeLand, and gave us a pleasant call.'' this place, was in town from Wednesday Point Caswell, N. C, and other season.
last until Thursday. He had been as far as Manager Jos. P. GreavoB, aftor spending
City Toint on Saturday points, returned home on Friday afternoon
ved at Rev. E. V."Blackman
passed through Miami to look after his land.Mr. tbe summer at Manhattan Beach
short visit.iSIIss here last, with Masters Rufus and Rich* Indian Klrer A Hay lllncayne Inland Navigation
i Wednesday en route from Miami
Mitchell ofPittsburg ard and the left with hotel, Manhattan Beaoh, is Again in his
Hardeevllle's to St. Augustine and Jacksonville. and Mrs. J. II. bnby, whom they Company.
Bello ws
Annie old position at notol Alcazar St. A
Titus- Pa., arrived at the Indian Mrs. Bobbins' parents at Point Caswell.
lit young school teacher, paid Mrs. Hall, of Georgiana, came up to River hotel yesterday. Mr. Mitchell is Their trip was a most pleasant one where he Is shaking hands with
10 08 the
Oct..
visit last Saturday. town Wednesday on a visit to her chief mechanical engineer "of the Pitts especially the latter part, which they steamer Commencing St. Monday,will leave, Titus, old friends.Mr. .

divine service at St. Gabriel's onSuntbe daughter-in-law, Mrs. R. F. Hall, of this burg and Lake Erie Railroad.Rev. spent with Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Paddi- ville Mondays Augustine and Wednesdays at SS0p. : Thos. J. 'McMoeklujr, chief clerk

13th, at 11 a. m., and 7:30: p. m.j place. J. N. Mulford and wife, of son, former well-known and highly respected m.; arrive at St. Lucie River Tuesdays of the Graham hotel, Palatka, Is one ofthoso

j Communion at morning service.Mm. Mr. II. Julius Smith, one of Rocklodge's Troy, N. Y., were passengers on yesteiday's residents of Titusville, who have and Thursdays. Leave St. Lucie River genial young men who have the
made Caswell.
their home
at Point
C. C. Curtis has the thanks\>f enterpilsing winter residents, southbound train, en route to their Tuesdays and Thursdays; arrive ntTitusville happy faculty of making many friends
attended the conclave and
Advocates for a present of some was a passenger on Wednesday's northbound winter home at Lake Worth, where their They banquet of Masons at great Pittsburg, which Wednesdays and Saturdays. among the traveling public.Mr. .

.line roses, grown In her garden Inth train.Mr. many friends will give them a glad welcome. they said was a grand sight, and which A. S. Loomls, one of the most

Titusville.hMr. J. D. Walton arrived In town, they enjoyed very muoh.Married.. Aluminum War popular chief cleiks tbe Giand hotel,

and Mrs. C. T. McCarty, who Monday, to spend a couple of days. He Miss F. T. Parham, of Stinson, Ga., Maoklnao Island ever had. has returned

abeen pleasantly sojourning In Iewa came from Macon, Ga., for the purpose after spending a day or so in.town, left We acknowledge, with thanks, from to St. Augustine, and will be found, as

the summer, returned to Ankona on of voting, and left here, yesterday, en here, Friday last, for Eden, where she Mrs. M. Souvellle, Jacksonville, a sample usual, behind the desk at Hotel Alcaxar,

day night. route to Georgia.Mr. spent a couple of days with ft lends ere goblet of the new ware aluminum ready to greet his numerous friends.Mr. .

Have you any'guavas for sale P If John M, Cutler, general freight leaving for Waveland, to teach school On Rivef Wednesday hotel afternoon Titusville, at Mr.the R. Indian T. which is now being manufactured by Geo. C. Howe and wlfo have returned

have, read the ad. of Warroek & Co., agent of the G. S. fc Ry. Co., Macon, this winter. We acknowledge a pleasant Smith was married, to Miss Bessie, Wells, her husband, Dr. Souvellle, who Is mining to St. Augustine for the winter.Mr. .

t preservers and manufacturers, on Ga., is one of the staff of the above road call. of Grant the nuptial knot having been aluminum. Its lightness and durability Howo will, as heretofore, take
,
ipaRe.rMr whose ability and courtesy to patrons Is S. B. Miller fc Co., the well-known securely tied by Mr. John Henry, a will, no doubt, assist in giving It a charge of Hotel Buckingham, which heis
well known. ready sale when placed on the market.Orowlng having In order. He
** wholesale commission fish dealers, of publlo of this place. The wedding put thorough
'Hall Orid notary
of Melrose
Soobie -
has also rented the
who has been In the Catsklllnntainsall Mrs. L. C. Schuyler, mother of Mrs.Geo. New York, are in need of fish. Your took place in the parlor of the and Lakeside Inn Palm Holly Beaoh Inn, Daytona,
returned W. Morton has returned attention Is drawn to- that fact 6n our hotel, C. A. Smith L. H. Wells and Mrs.' Itlo for the
the summer, to to Brooklyn ; on the Bast Coant.Mr.
home on the Halifax River, Monday. N.' Y., from her visit of twelvemonths 4th pager, where you will find their ad.Do R. Bolton being in attendance. It was a season.and Mr. Howe with Is a good hotel man,
usually meets In his
not fall to read it. success
affair and after the the
or so to England and other parts quiet ; ceremony,
Bethel Stewart of Bovine business
J. A. McDonald, of Mlwbo brought ventures.
Contractor
of Europe.Mr. .-Mr. T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati, O., happy pair partook of lunoheon and into the ADvocfATB office
Wednesday n
has been on a business trip to then boarded the southbound train for to his of his
to
southbound Owing Inability dispose
Rod Smith was a passenger on Friday's sample of tine rice he Is on
_ York passed through Titusville, formerly marshal ofTitusville growing pine
home amidst the
hearty hotel in Jacksonville Fla.
congratulations thus necessitating
where
train, en rouie to Hobe Sound, he ,
land. Ue has about
home, lie who has been with the a quarter of an
nlay afternoon, en route army of friends who at the station. his to that
will make his headquarters for the win many were return city, Mr. J. 8.Bo .
wcompanied by a New York cold.Uiss at Jacksonville and Savannah for sometime acre of rloo under cultivation, and It Is
ter. As of old Mr. Snider will do wen has tendered his resignation as
considerable rive feet
past, arrived in town last Filday, high. Would it not pay to go
Lula Bell who has been stopgat and down the East 1Messrs manager of the Hotel Windermere InChicago.
He is en the sick list.Mr. cruising up Telephone tins* Into lice oulture on a large scale on this
Woodley for awhile, has changed Coast, with which he is much delighted.Mr coast 1 This resignation will take ef-,
place of residence to Sbilob, for and Mrs. Benj. W. Jerome, who feet on r-aturday next. Mr. Bowen will
en place she started 'last Sunday, have been enjoying themselves in New and Mrs. Jas. Molatlre, well Simmons Bros., of Mountvllle, leave Immediately thereafter, for the

sailboat. Miss Bell will teach school London and other parts of Connecticut known winter visitors to Daytona, S C, are oanvasslng the people of the A I* w Benefit Society.Dr. south. His successor at the Windermere

be latter place.On during the sumroerwrltes us they will Miami, Coooanut Grove and other parts East Coast through Mr. O. II. Chandler has not yet been seleoted by Mr, Def rees,
leave for next week. of the East Coast, writes' us they have for the purpose of gettingsubscrib the and Mr.
Rockledge R. Thomas of tbe La Villa owner proprietor. Bowen'snumerous
Henry
pngo 4 will be found the ad. of come south as far as Savannah, but will ers for a telephone Hue, which they propose fi lends will be to him
La Villa the glad see
Jacksonville is
Ham Clarke, sanitary plumber, gas Mr. and Mis. James McFarlane, soon be on the move to Florida. The establishing at the Various towns Pharmacy, back In Jacksonville.On .
er. etc., Jacksonville. lie Is one of during their summer visit to HeodersonvtlTe East Coast is where they spend nearly between Ormond and Melbourne. The Inaugurator of the Jacksonville Slok

oldest, best and most reliable plumbin N. C, became expert bicycle all the winter.Mrs. line Is to be a long-distance, double battery Benefit and Relief Society. The peculiarity our 7th page will be found the new

the metropolis, and we bespeak riders. They will now be able to* enjoy guaranteed to give satisfaction a of It is that this society supplies nd. of tho Graham hotel, Palatka, now
him a share of publlo patronage. themselves immensely, wheeling at J. W. Gilbert, Miss Grace Gilbert distance of BOO miles. The rate for use a physician and medicine, free of charge being conducted in good style by Mrs.M .

beautiful Palm Beach.Mr. aDd J. A. Gilbert, of Eau Gallic, of telephone would be $2.50 per month. during sickness, and supplies a casket, L. Barnhart, tbe proprietress. The

Dame Rumor says Conductor V. W.'slgb were passengers on Monday's southbound Several of our Titusville tradesmen Including hearse and carriage in case of death; house is large, sets an excellent table,
\ of Fort Pierce, will soon belt Chas. Galllar'd, of Qt. Augustine train. They had been spending the Advocate have agreed to and all members are exempt from dues with plenty of Florida fruits. Travelers
who has been doing soldier doty the summer very enjoyably In Dayton during the time they the sick list.Tbe .
a bonedlct, and his manyfitendsigthe take a telephone but a few more subscribers are on on the St, Johns River this season will
East Coast are anxiously waitto ever Bince the call to arms, spent from and other places in Ohio. Mr. J. E. M.Hodgson ; dues are only ten cents per week.Planting.Orange find it comfortable
are still needed before work can a very hostelry, as It
until in Charles
Saturday Sunday town. also of the
.
tender him their was one party.Mr.
hearty congratuons. has been
be hopes to be on tbe steamboats be commenced on the line. thoroughly renovated 'and refurnished.

says again, in his old capacity of purser, as J. Maxwell Randall, of Boston, Trees.C. The rooms are large and
who has been a guest of the Indian River airy, and have electric lights and bells.Do .
-Mr. L. Tbursby, who baa been soon as he is musteied out of the First
THE ELECTION
IN TITUSVIULE.
adlng the summer In New York, was Florid* Regiment. hotel, Titusville, during tho past two D. Provost has just finished setting not fall to stop there when in Palatka.
southbound weeks, left for Eau Gallle on Tuesday. tMr.
PMaenger on Friday's floe
out 200 trees on his
orange
a,en route to his winter home atrritt The entertainment announced to be During the short time Mr. Randall was .
where bisriends are always given by Mademoiselle Zora, at the in town he made quite a few friends, place.Messrs. Geo. O. Howe, ofSt.. Augustine,
Osoar and C.
R.
Stewart ofTitusville
i to welcome him.A Opera House, Titusville, on> Monday who will be glad to see him here again Election day passed off quietly Intown. was a passenger on Wednesday's train,
evening, had to be abandoned owing to at no distant date.Mr. There was no drunkenness orrowdyism who have been at their Bona- bound for Palm Beach. He is now proErletor -

prominent Jacksonville merchant the parties Interested having been unable whatever, and the utmost venture orange grove for some weeks of the following three" hotels:

lesus: "I am much pleased with to get a pianist In town. The above E. W. McGnlre, chief engineer good feeling seemed to have prevailed past, are again In town. Theyhave set out [ Buckingham, St. Augustine,

''rpink paper. It Is acredit to your young lady and her mother left for Daytona of the Florida East Coast Hotel System, among democrats and republicans. Very nearly four hundred young trees In their which will be managed by Wm. P. Kenney -

and county. Please Insert my ad., on Tuesday.Mr. was a passenger on Monday's southbound little enthusiasm was .displayed, as It grove.C. manager of Hotel Columbus, Narragansott -
oopy for which you will find ened train; on his way to Miami, to was a foregone conclusion that the democrats V. Provost received a fine lot of Pier; Holly Inn, Daytona, E. L.Caswell .
> Success to you and.the Anvo- A. T. Triay, a former resident attend to the engineering plant in connection would be elected throughout the orange trees, to be set out on D, E. W.Capron's proprietor of Hotel Arlington,

of Titusville, has gone to New York to with the hotel and waterworks.He county. Many republicans did not take pjace. Narragansett Pier; Lakeside Inn, Palm

w.Mrs. purchase a general cargo of merchandise, has been quite busy in this department sufficient Interestin the fight between j Beaoh, Leon II. ClUey of the
manager
Jas. McFarlane, who has befn which he will ship to Baracoa, Cuba, all the summer.Capt. the two faotions to pay their poll tax; tat* School Tam. Maplewood, N. J. Mr, Howe Informs)
wing the
summer at Hendersonvilie, where he represented the United States so we it the leaders of the
question
republican the Advooatk that ha will
W. A. Coster of the
S stopped otl at St. and before and of Brooklyn, to open
Augustine during part State
government party In Brevard who have Superintendent W. N. Sheats
Holly Inn and Lakeside Inn the
whom referred In 1stof
Jtona for a while her home to with He and his we a previous Issue of on
on way the war Spain, family worked so bard for their party during has made tbe November apportionment December and tbe about
the Advocate .arrived at the Buckingham
Beach Indian
where she arrivedthis will return to the above place.Mr. of the mill
soon State
this campaign will waste their time one. school tax to- the the 1st of
*. much to the pleasure of her River hotel, Titusville, last Friday after January,
several
ads.Mrs.. many A. M. Ferguson and wife, of noon. Capt. Coster Is the manager of over the next county election. couj ties.The amount for apportionment
and Miss R. of During the evening telegrams, giving waa 440,040.21, and the
Key West, Ferguson, Canaveral Club, and we wish him every
A. M. Curtlss, of Brooklyn, N."rived Baltimore, were passengers on Monday's snocess In his new position. He Is already the election returns, as fast as they arrived amount apj ortloned, on the basis of the) Sergeant Tom Decker and Private
Fonda Reed will leave
at the Indian River hotel, southbound train, en route to the Island making many friends around were read out to those who were average attendance In each county, at for Tallahassee)

yille, last Friday, to spend the wlnMrs. City. Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson have been town. The club will open December 1st.Mr. present in the Opera house, by Mr, Wm.M. the rate of 50 cents per pupil, was $37002. ,- to-morrow, to be mustered out of tha

Curtlss has, been suffering on a visit to New York, Baltimore, Brown. A partial list of the votes Brevard has 771 pupils, and amount First Florida Regiment. Sergeant
slight throat trouble, and she Washington and other cities. He Is a and Mrs. 1. C. Withers, of Marshall cast will be found on 4th page, but in apportioned, 4384.50; Dade, which has Decker has already scoured a good position

tie change of climate will do her prominent livery stable keeper in the Mo., who have been visiting the our next issue, after ballot boxes are all only 473 pupPs, is apportioned 4280.50. with the Bond Lumber Co., at -

> good. We acknowledge a pleascall. above city. East Coast of Florida for many years, In and opened, we hope to give the full Neoga,

were on the northbound train, Monday, and correct vote of the county. Indian River Orang-e Groves.
One of the largest and best-known en route to West Palm Beach, wheie 1 TOWN FAMILIES OR INDIVIDUALS

dry goods houses in Jacksonville Is Cohen they expect to rent a house for the wluter. The Interest In orange growing on the desiring an occasional change from

Children's Hone."Monday Bros. They are well known all over Mr. Withers Isan expert angler, A WEDDING TOUR.Mr. Indian River is reviving, almost equaling home fare will be sumptuously served

the State for their excellent quality of who will, no doubt, make as good a record the olden time. Every week for sometime at the Indian River hotel, Titusville;
goods and fair dealing with their customers. as of yore. and Mrs. Willis E. Gerow, of Jacksonville past Items have appeared In these at special rates." Sunday dinners aspecialty.
nexr, the 14th instant, I Cohen Bros, sell all the best arrived at the Indian Ulver
''offer for Lanouette columns, resetting tbe addition to old .
sale some children's ribbed Mr. J. E. a1 former well-
and most fashionable goods to be obtained hotel, Titusville, on Tuesday, and left
,,18lvy known resident of Titusville but groves and the making of new ones. Inniany
W' quality. latterly
They are
" In the market, and they are for other points south, as far as Miami,
120 cents, but I will sell them for to their of Tampa, where he has bad charge of next This bright other ways the section is improving Hotel Wanted.
In a position supply customers asy. young couple
L always
ots per pair. the Weather Bureau, has resigned for more solidly than heretofore. New
with what they need. We beg to were on their wedding trip, having been
Julius Kline the purpose of going Into the drug business settlers are coming in and old ones are, Wanted to lease Florida
draw the attention of onr readers to the married at the First Baptish church, rule a Hotel, Ad-
Titusville, Fla. ad. of this big dry goods Arm on our 5thpage. at Port Tampa City. He has been Jacksonville, last week. The groom Sunny as a Land, making Miami.Improvements. Our dress, Jno. S. Bowen,
connected with the United States Weather ,
They are great believers in printera' who is connected with the Standard Oil Hotel Placide,
Macon Dining Booms. Ink, and we commend them to our Bureau for eighteen years, and bears Co. Is tbe son of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Jacksonville, Fla.

readers, who we hope will give Cohen a high reputation and hi with'the friends.government Gerow, of Riverside, Jacksonville; while Colored Kntertalnment. !
officials
numerous We
Bros, a share of their patronage. "Advertising tbe bride one of tbe very popular young s
The colored folks Ouavos.Warroek .
2t-/J"tlB? Macon. O*.. do not fall Is to business what steam Is to wish. him every success In his new venture. ladles of tbe metropolis Is the daughter for tbe benefit of gave the an St.entertainment James A.M. .

Isaac's popular dining rooms, machinery the grand propelling power of Mr. and Mrs, William-Clarke, of West K. church at their school-bouse
,
( <"> can obtain all the delicacies ," and Cohen Brothers are just the Among those In town this week we Forsyth strest. We acknowledge .a Monday night. Music on "A Co., Jacksonville, Fhv,

season at very reasonable prices. live business men who know It.m noticed M. S. and Jno. II. Saras, Courte- pleasant call, Wednesday morning, from cake walk and dancing, guessing were, comical the are buying Guavas and are paying the

nay; Chaa. Nauman, Haulover; W. II.Sbsrpe the happy pair, whom we wish every principal features. There highest market price. Shipments received

Ladles' Skirt*. City Point: Jno. N. Waller, Ankona Joy and prosperity.An many white folks were who a good in one1 crate and upwards.Wabkock .
present enjoyed
nul' TIX *nd PORCELAIN: Chamrr ; Tom Snell, Tropic; C. A. Robin Advocate representative, while the fun presented. Tbe comical cakewalk ifc Co.,
at Fobnitubb Stobe, son. Eden; John Houston, Eau Gallle; In Jacksonville last Sunday afternoon, Jacksonville, Fla.TltuBvlile .
sell ladles' skirts of the was very amusing and after considerable
I will very ,
Titusville, Fla. C. D. Caldwell, Sewalls Point; Mrs. Hall, had the pleasure of viewing tbe many the
worsted "walking, judges Iter.
brilliant Ine
latest styles serge,
valuable and useful
Georgiana Bethel Stewart Bovine L.B. presents received by
all handsomely made and ; ; T. P. Howard and Messrs. J. O. Walton laundry.Mrs. .
and cheviot
White, Fort Pierce; II. Uogan and Mr. and Mrs. Gerow. They are very and
Willis
* that will Goldsmith awarded the cake
Residence and Pineapple of superior quality, at a price wife, Canaveral; H. 8. Williams, Rock- costly* and valued at several thousand to Charlie West and partner, and Geo. Cork, of Titusville, is now
Plantation defy competition. ledge; R, J. La Roche and J. De VoeSams dollars. there regretted prepared to do laundry* work of
For Sale.uSUi J cutis KLINE, was not a second prire to give verydescription.
Courtenay; J. E. Fultz, Spruce All work
Titusville Fla. the couple who "came In second best." guaranteed.
Bluff; R. T. Smith and wife, C.A- Smith Choice Store Property for Sale, Leave your washing at O. F. Doren'aconrer
and Miss L. H. Wells Grant J. store-
; Wf oppositeAdvocatb office.r .
bautlfo"y-1ocatM villa and Orange Grove for Sale Wooten, Cocoa. SnOES, SHOES, 8 nOES. Ladles',
TerooknK, irotm With five acres good land two In *
' he 7i h'Khe Oenta and Children's Shoes, Rubbers,
, nre",B'In<,Un m '' ,n In the heart of Klsslmmee city, Florida pineapples; good building with tenement etc. new line. Wanted tor Cash
hniS.be PB *PP section large ; 39J trees, 78 of them bearing and Horses and Mule*. over store; general merchandise stock, Qabpheb A Walheb.

''iviu*** *nd < Mouses.TMod- have a light crop on them now; a good delivery wagon, row and sail boat; Fresh fruit and vegetables la smalt

*STwi nce,; lud* arrangeW. two-story residence on opposite side of I have for sale a lot of horses and steamboat landing with warehouse: House for Sale.A shipments; prompt returns.

; s * ":} boat-house and street, facing grove. A delightful home moles, which can be seen at Cocoa on well established and only store la good J. A. FtouRNor,

m A. flowers and 14W. for someone; healthiest locality In Florida Saturday and Monday. They will be community; store and postofflee outfit good, substantial, well-finished, Cor. 1st and Poplar Sts

: artesian and sulphur water, good sold cheap. I will also take orders for complete; price low; title perfect. Ad nine-room, two-story, house, for sale In Macon, Ga.

school. Price only #a,000.for better any kind of stock needed.J. dress the owner, Titusville. Will sell eheap If sold soon.

<3> TV rAJca, description write to C. M. Omih, B.MAOBCrDEB. A. J. OLnsrP. M.,. Inquire on the premises).' [Send tha Advocatb order
JCdeo, Fla. Lock Box, 877, Miami, FIX Cocoa, Fla. Waveland, Brevard Co., Fla. M. D. L. DoDsoy. Job printing yon need.]an for an*

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PLANT GRAPE FRUIT. ROMANCE OF ALUMINIUM. JACKSONVILLE'S GALA WEEK GEORG MARX.
America's Greatest

Mew a> Rmu Arttflmr
Startled
Tiberiasfc
Captain Henendea Johnson exhibited
Medicine isHood's
4 iMt'HIl Rend.In .
Those of our readers Who were fortunate Wholesale Dealers In
a grape frolt leaf from a six months old "Katurn "
Sarsaparilla, bud on a rough lemon stook 69 Inches, IS made-to Hlcktrliron incident, where In reference enough to witness the gala week
an Roman
FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
extra large growth the Fort festivities held In Jacksonville last yesr GROCERIES ..
Which absolutely an says history which, np to the time of Sainte- ,
Myers Press. This stimulated Col. Walter Claire Deville, had been overlooked by will be pleased to learn that the Executive

Cures every form of F. Mlckle for a comparison to produce scientists for many centuries, it is related Committee of that fete have decided 131 and l 3Ba, t Bay Street and 6 and S Newnun Street,

Impure blood from some grape fruit leaves 7Jxll Inches by Pliny (23 A. O. to 79 A. D.) to bold the gala week this year on November

also from a six months' old bud ona that dnring the reign of the Emperor 22nd, 23rd, 24th and 25th. The Jaolcsonvillo, FMoric* ,

The pjmple on your. Tiberius ((41 ft O. to 87 A. D.J certain which Is given below this
,
rough lemon stock. Col. Mlckle has programme ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
worker in
metals (faber) appeared week Is a most elaborate one, and fflWe
about fruit four ,
Face to the great twenty-five grape trees, at the palace and showed n beautiful
teen of them in bearing, and still more there will be plenty of entertainment
coJi composed of a brilliant white metal
Scrofula sore which and the week. *10,000 are headquarters for all-kinds of Seed -Eating-Potatoes and
of other choice citrus fruit trees. He that shone like silver. When the artificer day night during tarn p
We also a full line of Hay Grain
and
guaranteed genuine. carry Feed.
Drains sold $28 worth of fruit from one was presenting it to the he will be expended in furnishing amuse We **
your system. grape emperor, your Oianges and Vegetables. Give us a tiial and you will be pleased.
of bis seedling trees, nine years old, last purposely dropped it on the floor of the menu, and many new and novel ideas

Thousands of people year, and it Is full of fruit now nearly chamber. The goblet was so bruised by are to be presented. The railroads have jarWe only Sell to Dealers. MARX BROTHER3, Jacksonville' pul

Testify that Hood'sSarsaparilla ready for market. lie will soon have a the fall that it seemed to be Irretrievably granted an unusual low fare, so all can
injured, bnt the workman took his
fortune on his place in town and It is not go.

cures far off. This shows the importance of court hammer repaired and In the the damage presenoe without of delay. the the following gives the events for the ZE3IS 33 Hi XT IM. cSC CO.C .

Scrofula, Salt Rheum, the rough (wild) lemon as a stook. Instead It was evident that this metal was four days of the gala week: DEALERS IN -

Malaria of its having one system of lateral not silver, though it .bad almost the TUKSDAT.

Dyspepsia, or feeder roots, It has three or four sets, same brilliancy, beside ,being mnch 10 a. m. Annual convention of Majors

Catarrh, Rheumatism giving it a vast plexus of feeders. It more ductile and considerably lighter. and OouucilmoD cities of Florida. alt, A 410 W. Bay St.,

And That Tired will grow In the woods, even If the water The emperor questioned the artificer 3 p. m. Parade of fire, police, street JACKSONVILLE, . ru
closely and learned from him that he of city and exhibition
and
stands on the ground for months. Will sanitary department ,
Feeling. Remember this had extracted the metal from anargillaceous
live and on land where by flredepaitment.
prosper poor
earth the known Campaign Arguments
probably clay
4 And get Hood'sAnd other citrus trees would starve to death.No to modern chemists as alumina. Tiberius 8 p. m. Fantastio parade.WEDNESDAY. .

only Hood's.BREVARD other citrus tree has a more vigorous then asked If any one besides himself Don't "go" here. Like tl

growth. When nothing prevents, it knew the process and received the 10 a. m. Annual convention 1 State promise made In the rainbow,

generally sends down a tap root, but proud reply that the secret was known Good Roads Association.11a. you can depend upon the asmanoes

will flourish equally well if planted on a only to himself and Jupiter. This anwer m. Annual convention Travelers' made that our Roods a

SCHOOL BOARD. flat rock, six Inches below the surface.It was suffloient. The emperor had Protective Association. good goods, properly aged, ot
reflected that if it possible
bears one heavy crop of fiulteach this metal from were to substance obtain 8 p. m< Bicycle races. est flavor, and highest quality.We've .
so common
a
The School Board held tta regular year, and transmits its characteristics to as clay the valne of gold and silver 8 p. ro. HIstoilcal and allegorical parade. something purticulat

meeting last week, In Tltusville, when the bud. Lee county Is the safe orange would be greatly rednoed, so he determined fine In Mount Vernon WbiikeIt's

tho. Treasurer's report showed taxes col belt of the United States, especially that to avert such a 'lamentablecatastrophe. THURSDAY. a thirst quencher and lnvigcator

led, from E. W. Hall 18 68 part lying on the south side of the Caloosahatcheevriver He oaused the workshops features of first water, supreme lncellence
One of the most Interesting
Polls 2 00 where there never of the discoverer to be wholly destroyed and reasonable In price.
of the Gala Week festivities, to be held
State Treasurer ., 17 01 was frost enough to kill the leaves of an and the luckless artificer was seized
Examination fees for J. n. Sams 15 00Bal. orange tree or spoil its fruit. and decapitated, so that his secret might In Jacksonville, Thanksgiving week, will

perish with him. M. Sainte-Claire Deville be the Peace Jubilee, which will be celebrated SAW AND PLANINO MILLS.PiUatka JACKSONVILLE YARD,

had'no doubt that this metal was on Thanksgiving morning, Via. E. Bay St., Foot ot Calbnii
In treasury last roport. SA 43Totalrocelpts State of Ohio, City of Toledo 1
aluminium, and he asserted that the Thursday, Nov. 24. The programme

Lucas County, J wanton cruelty of Tlbeiius had deprived will celebrate the triumph of our arms WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
.. 147 03 Frank J. Cheney makes oath that heIs the world of this valuable metal, which
and will
beflttlngly -
Warrants eanoel'd and destroyed (110 00 the senior partner of the firm of F, J. remained unknown for 18 centuries. in the war with Spain ,

Cheney A Co., doing business In the city The extracting of aluminium, discovered represent the restoration of peace and Manufaoturers'Of
BILLS PAID NOV. 1. of Toledo and state aforesaid of nation. It will
county by the Roman craftsman In the first the glorious unity our
Teacheis' salaries .'. . . .91000 00 and that said firm will pay the sum of park where large
Riverside a
One Hundred Dollars for each and century of tha Christian era, thus became bn held in Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath.A
School officers, J, H. Sams 73 00 case of catarrh that cannot be cured every by one of the lost arts. Aluminium platform will be erected, and the entire : .

' F. Gtbbs 12 00 the use of Hall's Catnrrh Cure. and Electrolysis. programme of the morning; will be as

R. N. Andrews. 8 00 FRANK J CHENEY.Sworn'to follows: large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldlDgB, tlilngl

J. S. Snowdeu. 4 00J. before me and subscribed inmy The Merita of Seat Water.A 0:43Procession: will form at the foot lath and piokets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cvpnmouldings

II. Sams, for incidental ex, 10 51Geo. presence, this 6th day of December, physician proffers some advioe to of Maiket street and proceed to the of all patterns a specialty.

F. Paddlson A Co., material A. D. 1880. A. W. OLEASON persons about to start on their annual park. Floats representing Peace and When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and Bee u .

for s. h., etc., at Valkyrta. . : 170 00 |, seal. ,> Notary Public, trip to the seaside. He says that eaoh War, and .different scenes of the late
to learn for himself the
ought
Indian River State Bank, . 44 50V. man conflict with Spain.10O0 .
E. Austin at 80. . 20 70 nail's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally length of time it is advisable for him to salute of hundred
repairs National one
and acts directly on the blood and stay ia the water when bathing. Many THE SOUTHERN FDEL & SDPPLY Conpj
American Book Co., books. 88 04 mucous surfaces of the system. Send people stay in half an hoar when they guns.

Central Sohool Supply Co 2 65V. for testimonials, free. should not be more than five minutes 10:10 Grandjchorus of one hundred

E. Orr 22 OhX. F. J. Ciienky A Co., Toledo, O.U" or less, and the harm they thus do to voices.

W. Hall, for poll paid by error 1 00 Sold by druggists, 75o. themselves may in the long rnn be seri 10:80 Oration: "Our Nation In Peace Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,

ous. Persons who have low vitality and and War" by some orator of national

Total *18M08J. When a woman can speak three or four a slow reaction after the bath should reputation. Yitrifled and Sidewalk Brick.
Paring
make their bath shorter until
they secure
F. Sawbelle, appointed supervisor languages fluently, she Is foolish to 11:15 Grand concert by the Gala
a reactionary glow immediately
of No. 37, Hardevllle.Seaborn throw herself away on a man who understands the Another Week band and chorus.
on leaving water. bad
Jacksonville 2J -
Jones, appointed supervisor but one.Chloago News. practice that many people indulge in isto 11:30 Tableaux by all.;the schoolchildren 408 West Bay Street, Fla. Telephone

of No. 84, Tropio.In take a drink of whisky or other spirit of Jacksonville in a brilliant *. X. MUNNERLYN, General Manager
consequence of the small number ltemarkable Rescue.Mrs. as soon as they can get into their spectacular representation of the various

enrolled In the Sebastian school, It was Michael Curtain, Plalnfield, III., clothes for the purpose of taking out of evonts-of the war: First, the storming

ordered that the school be closed.Mr. makes the statement, that she caught their months the taste of the sea water of San Juan hill; Sind, the army sleeps try I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of

C. N. Garret was appointed to No* oold, which settled on her lungs; she they may have accidentally swallowed.In In the trenches; 3rd, the white flag of
was treated for a month by her family this way they are undoing a great
33i Midway, Hiss Parham to No. 11, and physician, but grew Worea. He told her deal of the good the bath is intended todo truce; 4th, the flag hoisted over Santiago -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4*

Hiss Bell to No. 10.PROTECTING. she was hopeless victim of 6th representing Cuba
a consump them. As a matter of fact, one of the ; groups ,
tion and that no medicine could cure most beneficial features of bath is Porto Rico, and the Philippines; 6th, GnIteware
her. Her a sea Glassware. Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware,
VEGETABLES Discovery druggist for suggested Dr. King'sNew the salt water inadvertently swallowed Illustrating the United States, England doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cret

bought a bottle and to oonsumption\her delight found; by the bather. It is a wonderful tonio and Japan; 7th, fancy drills and maneuvers freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame keroslne oil stoves, earden tool

AND PINEAPPLES.Mr. horself benefitted from first dose. She for the liver, stomach and kidneys. ItIs ; 8th, General Lee and his staff; Otb, plows and hai rows, paints and oils.* Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netui

continued its use and after taking six said that in many cases it will cure emblems of peace andfgood will to man.FRIDAY. and barbed wiie,
bottles found herself sound and biliousness when all drug preparations *
well
; Harrison Bros Ready Mixed. Paints.
T. H. Richards of Poca Ratom,
.
now does her own housework, and Is as have.falled. It is peculiarly effective in
writes as follows to J. E. Ingrahara, well as she evdr was, Free tilal bottles, ordinary eases of Indigestion, disordered 10 a. m. Military parade. Please Write me for Prices. i nc"ulV2iV!
Land Commissioner of the East Coast of this great discovery at F. S. Chaffee's stomach and insomnia and las been 3 p. m. Athletio sports, tlon'of answered your patronage.promptly.Mail Orders given IToiupt and Careful Attention, inqumaprloes

Railway: drug store. Large bottles BOo and 91. know to produce excellent results in 8 p. m. Fireworks. Z C. Si-

to conversation many cases of chronic dyspepsia. Clean
"Referring our
respecting [Send the Advocate an order for any sea water is full of tonio and sedative West Palm Beach, Fid

protection against frost for vegetables Job printing you need.] properties, and two or three big swallows Catarrh Can Be Cured
and I would
pineapples the
suggest
of It, far from hnrting anybody, By eradicating from the blood the scrofulous
plan commonly In use and successfully A fisherman fish should not be
very says la of positive and distinct benefit to taints which cause It. Hood's
so, in parts of Carolina and Virginia permitted to lie when they can be hung. nine bathers out of ten. Sarsaparilla cures catarrh, promptly and Magnolia Grocery.

as follows: In the fall, some weeks The same might be said of the fisher permanently, because it strikes at the .

before danger of oold, one should secure man. Causes *f Obeelty.A root of the trouble.. Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
rich blood which It makes
The pure ,
supply of sawdust from the mills.
pine L'Union
writer in Medicale remarks through the delicate
circulating passages
Around each field of not more than four upon the fact that as a general of the mucous membrane, soothes STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.

acres' area (and two acres Is better, the one kind of knowledge that rule obesity is more frequent In oold and rebuilds the tissues, giving them a ..
la power and prestige in climates than in hot the Inhabitants health Instead of disease
sawdust should be deposited in conical the hands of a woman.It of tendency to Butterlne, 14cts. perponni

plies, forty feet apart, and two bushels la the knowledge of the extreme north becoming 'very fat and ultimately the time curing Hood's the affection.At Sarsaparilla. Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please joi
her from the Of foods same
own nature, her own great absorption tatty ,
of sawdust In eaoh heap. These heaps physical make-up and oils, etc, this 'superabundance of such strengthens. Invigorates and energizes 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, TLA.
should be plaoed all the way around the home treatment food with the whole system and makes the debilitated
the
Increasing use of alcohol Telephone No. 255.
eaoh lot as the wind shift to diseases peculiar victim ofuatarrh feel that new life
may any to bcr sex. and a more indoor life, favoring has been Imparted.Do .
quarter. When the thermometer shows There is a great the production of fat. On the other not dally with snuffs, Inhalants or

danger of frost, at 3 o'olook In the morning book home medical band, the inhabitants of the torrid rone, other local applications, but take Hood's EASY
that teaches
HIDING.
let men take cans of common kerosene all this. It is Dr.Pierce's who live ou a scant fruit diet and exercise Sarsaparilla and cure catarrh absolutely

and go to eaoh alternate heap, make CommonSense constantly in the open air, rarely and surely by removing the causes which All the
time and when
speed
Medical fatten. Again, while all authorities produce it. you
a little opening In the top of the heap, Adviser. Over want It Is a great feature of
that alimentation
agree plays a
strong
pour in one or two tablespoons of kerosene I,00,000 American homes contain copies
part in obesity, opinions as to the of Steamboat Schedule.IfMl s
Chance
of this work. It used to coat it vary
and set it on (Ire. It will not blaze i.*>; now
is free. For a paper covered copy send sionecent particular foods. In the normal nutrition
much, but by giving a little time for the stamps, to cover mailtme only, to the fata introduced in the alimentary Commencing Monday next, Oct. 10th,

oil to spread before firing, 'the sawdust the tion,World's Buffalo, N,,npeneary. Preach Medical cloth binding-AeaociaV. canal are broken np into glycerin the steamer St. Augustine, of the I. R.A Here are some keatjng points for your consideration:
; ,
will smoulder and burn slowlyuotll It Is 31 stamps. ,and fatty acids, and the greater part isoxidised B. B. I. X. Co will leave Tltusvllle The Frame makes
all consumed, all the while sending This great book tells all about a medicine in the organism body beat Mondays and Wednesdays at 0:30 p. m.. ItSTRONG..
forth volumes of thick smoke which that Is an unfailing- cure for all weakness resulting from the combustion while arriving at St. Luclo Kiver Tuesdays and
and disease of the delicate organ* distinctly Thursdays. Leave St. Lucie River Tuesdays itt
the
small makes
which The
amount immediate Construction
will protect the plants from the direct feminine. That medicine la Dr. Pierce's escapes and Thursdays, arriving at Tltusvllle
combustion accumulates in the PURABLE.
Favorite
of the and them Prescription. During the past
rays aun, prevent from Wednesdays and Saturdays.
thirty years many thousands of women various tissues and constitutes a reserve
scalding until frost Is slowly drawn out.In have used it with marvelous results. It which can be utilised whea the supply The Bearings give ItSPEED.
Instances It has been demonstrated imparts health, vigor, virility, strength and .
,
many elasticity to the organs that bear the bur of fat from without falls. If then the WANTKD-SKVERA T TRUSTWORTHY Per-
that the sun was responsible for dens of maternity. It fits for wifehood and foods are superabundant in amount, orif their own and nearby countlea.It niana e our business la mainly In The Double Roller Chain
the damagcdoue after freeslng. Where- motherhood. Taken dnring the period ofTestation their oxidation la incomplete, the onto* work oonriuotaoj at home. Salary straight MAKES ITTJi <>

over there was shade through the forenoon and almost, it makes painless.the coming-It completely baby ban easy equilibrium will be lost, and the fat more SiMOeyear,no lena and salary.axpenpea Monthly ilenntte S7S., bonaflde.Reference no*. bill, down hill, on the tour, road or track

no plants were Injured. This is ishes the pain and misery that are the result will accumulate In the cellular tissues; l.ncloM selfHMltlnaaed stamped envelope, Herbert
K.Hess, rres., Dept. H, thlojgo. 6-
of a woman's neglecting- womanly causing obesity. It has No Equal.
also the the
case among orange groves, health. An honest medicine dealer will Send for Catalogue.KEATING.
This plan has proved extremely successful give yon what yon aak for, and not try to Poverty is not dishonorable In 'itself,

where tried. Itvls very cheap protection persuade for the yon to little take added some inferior profit he substitute may Omoe Week."I but only when it is the effect ot idleness, WHEEL COMPANY,

and does not require much work.In make thereon.Mrs. hired that boy to make himself Intemperance, prodigality and folly. Middleto-wn, Conn.Bucklen's .

our pineries, laid off as they are Inbe Jas. Bchatrner, of Preemsmtnnr, North generally useful." Plutarch.ACTTVK.
ampton Co., Pa writes t "It ia with pleasure

be placed at the corner of eaoh bed, and have elf-treatment received (torn at home.your medicines I waa troubled and the with local "He never gets time' to do anything SOUCTT0R9 'WAirntn KVKRT- So Cure Jfo P J
female weakness, had in but go out and buy caramels for the for"ThaStory of the Phllipplnee," The best Salve In the k.
one series out of four or Ave burned at a peine my back all the by Mum* Halntead, commissioned by toe Got. wor d for cuts all dru Cl "
time, aometimes eo eevere that I could not lie in typewriter Beeord. bruises, sores ulcers That la the way
girls. Chicago salt
rheum
eminent aa Official Historian to the War Depart fever !"
time leaving a supply by bed at I tried CHILI'
alternating night. dldvrat doctors but they GROVE'S TASTELESS
could ment. The book waa written In army eampe at sores, tetter, chapped hands chilblains (l lfor.Malaria
not ,
fires for the next nip," Florida Agriculturist. Pierce'a Common help me.sense Then Medical my huabaad Advteer got, and Dr. The* Wae XaMogav. San Frmnniitco,on the Paolflo with General Merlin coras, and all skin eruptions, and posll Chills and *eTer' un
Induced me to try Dr. p, rce'a medicines. After ,In the hoapitala at Honolulu,In HongKona;, tlveiTCore, p,, Mqut simply Iron and Quinine >" ffiform.
She la the American trenebee at Manila, In the or no
Have
taking eis bottle*of the 'Favorite Prescription you heard "Songs Without insuricent It Is Children love It. Adults prjIt
the guaranteed
with deck to
Agnlnaldu on of
give
eampe
like a new woman. Words perfect satisfac *
? rnc
the Olympin with Dewy.an Rounding fronts, arching back toward Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet* cure constiSetloa. He I've heard a lot of these without battle a* the fall of Manila. Bonanan foe acenta. box. For sale Price 25c. per
Constipation is the caase of Mutny music.'After. Brimful of original piotiirea taken by toreroment by F.,8. Chaffee, druggist.Reniember .
the hips, represent one of the new Care the caase and you cure the photosrapbere on the spot. Large hook. wriwWIU
*
that the incident and the piano Low prices. Big profits. Freight paid. Credit our correspondents pie
features of stylish jackets and coats disease.*. On* "Pellet" is a aentlatlaxative [ the
accompanying all enoAVdal warhooka, Advocate tw
ten. Drop trashy Titus so
and were closed.- Journal. names and places distinctly,
mild Indianapolis vifle
two a cathartic. DraaviauaeU does kinds
all
,
the newest tailor costumes. tut free. Aodreae.T.T. Barber. BeCy., Star of iob in W*
thcos, and nothing is "just as good," ? Insurance Bids;., Chicago. us a share of your work.] printing. Que compositors rectfyf can set these











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INDIAN RlVKKvAUVO*. A 1r.. NOVEMBEJl Jl. 1898



Professional Cards. A DECORATIVE ART.AN medium.ornamental borders executed in that 1 NOVEL WINDOW WASHER.A HODGES & GODFREY,

Practical Device With a Sprlakllaaj Boils
8-a"0BBIXS **"
,0,0. R b T"T" INTERESTING IDEA FOR AMATEUR The habit of leaving tea .leaves In a Hoae Attachment.In Manufacturers of

4 GRAHAM, PHOTOGRAPHERS. pot for any length of time after using Itis a large city like Worcester, Mass., ,

ATTORNXTS-AT-LAW a very bad one. The pot ought to bathorougnly it is a common thing to eee a mau Yellow Pine Lumber
,
washed oat, well dried and washing tbe front windows, and tbe"rig" ,
c nouKSi From 10 to 12 a. m., What to Do With Photos from tbe left with the lid opn jr off to air. here shown might easily escape Sores
u and 2 to 4 p. m.Titit8Vii.I.b Summer Variation Their Introduction notioe, bat tbe writer observed itin Running UOUOn DRESSED,

Brevard Co., Florida.r Into the Panel* of Knrnltnre. Teaenp fortune Telllasr. ubo at the Swedish Mercantile Cooperative Orangre Hoi Heads,

0.Bo*, lot. ITaecl la M>kln ChrUltna* Cards. There are many symbols whose mystic company on Laurel street, and Fruit A Vegetable Crates.

Will praotioe In all the courts state and fed Many people nowadays look upon the meaning requires a translating vocabulary those who made and were, using it Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River

"gficlnl fnoilitles for examining and perfect- photographic cacpera as a companion indispensable when oue is reading a fortune in seemed highly elated with their invention. Blood Poison on through bill of lading. Anyone contemplating
building on the Kast Coast, would do well to
lUg'lilllli titles.M to the enjoyment of a holiday the teacup, and here it is, as furnished write for prices. The Sawmill is situated on the)
and Dame Nature has to suffer attempts in Tbe Designer.Vocabulary. It is like aa ordinary long bandied J.,T. <& K. W. By., miles south of falatka.Satsiimnllljflit M

ixon S. JONES, more or less successful, from enthusiastlo An ax, anger; bee, window brush, but tha handle is hollow Producing' the following symptoms i Falling *, Putnam Co., Flaw
operators to catch the fleeting news of industry ; bed, sleep in a strange and has a pipe running through it, toi Hair, 8 re Throat, Swollen UlunilR, Krupt ions,
house birds news boat, journey by Pustules and Uloors of the Skin, Stiffness of the
expressions of ber various moods. ; ;
ATTOKNETATIiAW.TITUSVILLE Joints, Itheuraatisiu, Hone 1'ains,etc
None bat those wbo have "gone water; broom, a new broom sweeps i Choice . .

BREVARD CO., TLA through the mill" can conceive the clean ; bull, jealousy; oat, spite; cars, .ULCERS Wines,Liquors
journey by laud; camel, patience and SCROFULA
County Judge of Brevard County. endurance; chicken, dotuostio news; . and Cigars.

ooffln, death; crown, success; crab, tenacity Guaranteed Pure.

; cow, kindness; doves, love; Running Sore Eyes Sold at reduced
D.h.. GATJLDEN, ducks, flirtation ; dog. friend i elephant, price*

burdens; fish, news from across water;

ATTORNET-AT-LAW, fox. a crafty person; flowers, pleasure; ARK CURKD BY Imported Tokay Wine,

Will practice In all the Courts or the State horses, lovers; bat, good luck; hatohet, BOTANIC BLOOD HALMi
of Florida,and the United State* Courts.pO.Box,2J6. from Italy.
a quarrel; knife, broken friendship;

TITpSVTlXE, FLA. mule, an obstinate person; mouse, shyness ( it. it.Ti John B. Togni '
Money to Loan. IS ,
; peacock, pride; pig, selfishness; Great Mood JieneiTi/,
parrot, a tale bearer; swan, faithfulness Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay St.,
bank account Th above named disease* are all due to rtlseaned -
squirrel saving a
; up,
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.Wluilesale .
norms floating around In the blood. These ,
'
M.G0LDSMITI1 turtle, slow but sure; umbrella, make
; germs their appearance nn the body at tho .
...
and Itetall.
protection; wolf, hunger; a ball, a point of least resistance. Lotions and salve*
nmy help temporarily, but to effoot a on re the
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, change; a bag, money; monkey, mischief. poison must be got out of the b'ood, and Unit la
why II. II. II. Hotanlo Jllood llalm cures. The Largest and Most Complete
If. H. It.literally drives tbe poison (which produce
Titusvlllo, Florida, blood discuses) out of tbe blood, bonea Establishment South.
Bodice and Jewel*
Bvenlns *
and body, leaving tho flesh aa pnro aa a newborn
The accompanying out gives some balie's,and lea*es no bad after etToota. It
la this kind of a oure that counts. It cures to
rJ.. WEBB, idea not ouly of the oharming fancies stay eured.

that prevail in evening bodioes, but also Scrofulous l'otaon of the Blood.Botnnio .

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, STILL LIFE PIIOTOGltAPH. of tbe fashionable accessories of tbe Blood Balm (II. B, B.) ourea all Scro
breathless excitement of the moment evening toilet. The decollete bodice is fulous ami other poisonous oonditlon* of the
Will practice in the Courts of the 7thCircuit. richly embroidered with pearls and blood. In either sex or at any ag*of life,no matter
when the negative nnder development of how long standing, how previously mistreated
Taxes for
paid
and rents and accounts collected.Tltusville non-residents. first reveals its picture, the joy of discovering' graoed with a cluster of flowers and rib8TTLK8 Sprinkling boas acquired., how- obstinate, how neglected, or bow

that it id a "good one" and the
Florida Sores, Bolls, Tumors.Ilotanla .
trial of temper consequent upon making
Blood Balm (II. B. H.)ourea all Sores,
the discovery that a dozen or more Ulceration*.Kruptlous, Hulls, Tumors and other
0. FRIES, C. E.N views have- been taken upon the same external evldenoe*of blood taint.If .
I. plate. Your Blootl lias a Taint of

COUNTY SURVEYOR. But when the prints are toned, finished 'y jMmuAUH JTntrinrtrtt*! Specific Poisoning

and complete the interest almost invariably You should lose no time In having It out. Our
Lund legally surveyed and sub-divided, flags, and they are put away HEW WINDOW WASHER AT WOBK. wonderful llotanlo Blood llalm (rOl.B )will do

Mapping neatly done. Estimates/for to be forgotten in succeeding expeditions the lower end of which the regular So this long for a you* the apemllly virus remains, thoroughly, ft will and keep anally.burrowing

in search of fresh fields to conquer.Tbia sprinkling boso is attached. At A the Into tissue, nerve and muaole, even Into MANUFACTURERS OF
all kinds of engineering works. Disputed the bones, and never know when bow
you or
is from some points of view to be pipe cornea out and ia bent over the top violently it will break forth. You may not think
lines a specialty.Titusviixe regretted, as there are feveral methods edge of the brush so as to project several much of a sore on the faae, a pimply skin or an Doors, Sash. Blinds;
small streams or a sheet of water, C. ulcerating throat, but either one of them may ba
by which the labors of the amateur the
outcrop of far more dangerous Internal
Brevard Co., Florida photographer may be turned to more against the glass just above the brush, ditions. con Moulding & Building Material.

lasting account.. the supply of water being regulated or Blood Should any one ba afflicted with any stage of
JNilson, Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings,
VV. ALLEN There are, for instance, many dainty 'shut off at will by means of a cock atB. Rheumatism, old Ulcers and Sores, Tumor*, Office A Warerooms, King, opposite
pEORGE pieces of furniture which might be embellished What ia the matter with a thing oftbia Skin I>leasea, Kidney Trouble*, Scsema, Ca Cannon Street,
tarrh, Mercurial Poison
Tetter
Soaldhead,
with photographs taken, specially kind for washing oars and car windows broken down constitutions or any otber disease Charleston S. C.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, with that object in view, and ? Locomotive Engineering. oausad by impure blood, H. B.B. Botaolo Blood ,

Key West, Florida, their framing in would afford delightful Halm will has oure failed.you Can after be every taken other with perfect kaownremeiU Sash Weights Cord and

Will opportunities for amateur workers The Milk Queatlon. safety. It leavea no harmful result* nor bad ,
practice In the United States after effects. B. B. B.la the only miiek and .
and State Courts. OjunOSrR. in wood, leather, metal and even embroidery Kerr, in The British Medioal Journal, Blood furlfleronaarth. One bottle per.manent will Hardware.
to give evldenoe of their taste argues that there are reasons for supposing test It In any esse. Druggist* sell B B. H.at*1

and skill. The Introduction of such a IN EVENIHO DBBSB, that when fresh wllk ia ingested per ship Urge to any bottle point, or,all semi charges direct prepaid to us and, six w*large will

F. n. 1TOUGIJTON, subject as that represented by the center bona on the left shoulder, A diamond the living cells are absorbed at once, bottles un receipt of as. Kemember, B. 11.11. Window and Fancy Glass
Ines
of the'first' out to the panels of, say, neoklaoe and tulle bow with diamond without any process of digestion, enter BookFllKJC.not eontaln mineral or vegetable poison. A SPECIALTY.SO .

some of the small wall cupboards or ornament represent the jewels worn. the blood stream and are utilized In

DENTIST. brackets to be found in almost every Black laoe, wbicb ia to have great building up the tissues. The oasein oftbe BLOOD BALM CO. Atlanta,Ga.

home, with suitable decorative frames vogue this season, forms the slightly milk ia digested in tbe usual way of YEARS* 4

Daytona, Florida. of carved or poker worked wood or pouched bodice of tbe second figure, other albuminoids by the gastrio Juioe EXPERIENCE

leather or repousse copper, is well worth with filmy white laoe undersleeves, and absorbed as peptone, and there is Palmetto DrugStore, Daytona.

RALPH E. SMITHM.D. while. around the npper part of which becoming also absorption of serum albumen byosmosis.

But the number that could be thus bands of black velvet are fastened In the boiling of milk the Drugs, medlolnes, chemicals, fine toilet

disposed of is comparatively small. We with jeweled buckles., The ornaments ohemical result is to kill all the living soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. must look for other objects to which illustrate prevailing styles the neokt. cells and tocongnlateall the albuminoid fanoy toilet articles In great variety,

Specialist in Genital, Urinary an Rectal the remaining ones may be applied, and lace of many rows of stones, in this oasa constituents, and the milk after boiling M. Huston, propr.S3" Marks

Diseases. they are not difficult to find. What pearls connected by diamond slides, and is thicker than, before. Tbe physiological Trace DcaiariaCO

prettier idea than that birthday and the very fashionable long jeweled chain. results are all that the constituents If *>VRiaHT tC
Located at Haclde Hotel, Christmas cards should be treated in of milk must be digested before it oanbe shall be you need any Job printing, we Anyone tending a iketoh and desorlptlon may
pleased to gel) a share of It.B3T qntohly aseertaliv our opinion free whether aa
Jacksonville, .- Flobida.rR. this manner, enriched 1 with scenes familiar absorbed into the system and therefore Invention Is r nirrutlnnsltrtatlronitaaentlaJ. Ootnmunle-
to the sender and alike* loss of in Handbook on Patents
recipient ..Inlee.A there is a distinct utility sent free, ulilsst niienor for seourinawttei *.
For this purpose faoliity in the artistio Grape the milk, because' the living oells of If you receive a sample copy of Pettnt* taken tliroun Munn AXo. reoelvai
0. II. PEETE of leather metal and other correspondent sends this recipe to the Advocate it Is intimation pntial aotlos, without shame, u>the
manipulation fresh milk do not enter into) the circulation an that
like materials oould be dispensed The American Kitchen Magazine: Take direot as living protoplaim and It would give ua pleasure to add your Scientific American.A .

EYE, EAK, NOSEJand THROAT.5C8 with, and skill in the use of pen, pencil eight pounds of perfect Concord grapea build np the tissues direct, aa they name to our fast-Increasing list of sub hsnisornely Illustrated weekly. Laraest eliw
brush would suffioe to Wash and stem, put in a porcelain or scribers. It does not cost you three "otilatlun of anv eiiluntiao Journal, Terms. 18 a
or amply secure would do in fresh, unboiled milk. Inpraotioo
.
four months all
tl. Bold by newsdealers.MUNN
year i
Cherry Streets result. Tbe In the agate kettle, and add a quart of cold cents per week (postage Included) when
a bappy pretty study it bas been noticed that there
water. Put on to boil over a good fire. taken by the year, and It can be sent to j Co ""- New York
idea of what
Macon, Ga. second cut gives some maybe Mash the grapea with an agate or silver ia a distinctly appreciably lowered vitality you In any part of the United States or Branca S3> r Bt,Waahlnstoo,D.0,
done in this direction and .suggests in infanta which are fed on milk Canada without extra expense.Tbk.Soiaikh .
many possibilities. It will be seen that spoon. After boiling for 16 minutes remove that baa been boiled that is, theprooesa -
from tha fire and strain
Pineapple, Orange and Lemon the corners consist of a simple conventionalization through of absorption is mora delayed and
of the the a jelly bag. To qaart-otrauga*. Dots wbo bad taken
growth forming tbe quantity of milk; required Is post'tively
Land For Sale, Cheap.I boil 13 minutes, removing scum Hood's
oenter, a plan which may be commended any larger for the same amount of Sarsaparllla are said to have
that arise. Fill heated bottles and stood tbe long marches muoh WUHKOaNLBYOOIKK
better than
may Tft'ssif'll 1*
which would do much to develop
as one growth and nourishment of the ohild
have for sale 80 seal while hot. their companions. This medicine gives r-ni. !.?! Hl ohaNQA Utt. 4BL ,
acres of
pineapple
those
the designing powers of who than is the case when fed on fresh milk.Slntaloa .
wnd strength and endurance.IIoodTs ,
on St. Lucie river, a few miles be undertake it, familiarizing them with If" P i M = rEr aiFS.WA'ILMLal
low Eden, 40 of which being northeast SEA! '; BRASS CHECKS
natural forms and leading to an appreciation Tnaael. Pills
quarter of northeast quarter of section cure all liver ills. Mailed
township 38, south of range 41 east; of their proper value as motifs There seems to be no doubt that thatnnneling for 25o by C. *I. Hoon tiie other 40 Is the northeast quarter for decoration. LEAN of the Simplon pass, over the Mass.

' southeast quarter of section 8, Some photographs are naturally more Alps Into Italy, by tho Swiss government THE SOUTH

township 88, south of range 41 east. suitable for decorative application than will be the next great engineering What do you need In the way of
The above land can be for $10 others,and when specially taken the subject
bought project to be accomplished in Europe. envelopes, note and letterheads, bill
or Per acre, it is suitable for pineapple, should be selected and arranged in PEOPLE The new tunnel will be longer by heads, statements, tags, cards, eta *

Will nie,he lemon or lime growing. view of the position it is destined to 00- nearly four miles than tbe Mont Cenis We shall be glad to have a share of your WEAK MEM MADE VIGOROUS.i
sold
In lots of 40 acres, for work. We have a first-olass .
lob
own. This land will soon be worth 0 CUantintst goes and 8 c. Oothard, though in tbe opinion connected with the Advocate department

P racie. with htaltk. If ivJiavt of engineers the building of it will beiesa and all we ask Is a hart) of your work. ,
Apply to catarrh and not difficult and the
C. n. Walton, Advocate any"wierf costly so ,
mceorto; Robbtns. & Graham, Tltus- vj* can* work is likely to consume only six or
lie!
tf not t* wkotlyclean. seven yeara Already a railway has been 'Itob1>e I the Grave.A .
oarried to Brieg, at the foot of the "oy.WillPEFFER'S.
startling locldent of which
Mr. Jno.
Make Simplon and thence, according to
system pass Oliver, of Philadelphia, waa the subject. NERVIflORDid]
atlo efforts tobe the plan as laid out,' the tunnel will Is narrated by him aa follows! "I It aeWpowerfuTlr and qui, kly. Cure, when all
waa otber ,
free from follow the windings qf tbe present road, to a most dreadful condition. My skin full louna diss rojalq lost manhoodi OI4UultMCTtttn

this disgusting ending near the Italian border, bat still was almost yellow, eyes sunken, tongue
disease. Mrs. tt. A. Johnston, 103Filham on Swiss territory. There the work ofconstruction. coated, pain continually in back and

and Ripley Sts., Montgomery, It is expected, will be most sides, no appetite gradually growing *. Wsnls on Insanity end consumption!
183a.COTTON". Ala., tells her experience with catarrh difficult, taxing largely tbe resouroesOf weaker day by day.' Three physicians gnt| _'"* rtajstlpipoe a worthless snhntliui* on

of'' the stomach and how aha waa engineering skill, now of course bad given me up. Fortunstely, a friend
0 cured: much greater and more varied than advised trying "Electric Bitters;" and tomy
great Joy and surprise, tbe first bottle
"I will state to you "that I have when tbe existing tunnels were built made a decided Improvement. X
soft continued
Seine Twines In tbe case of former tunnels, aa la well
taken eight bottles of your Fe-ru-na their for three weeks, and
A Perfect STURGEON TWINE. and two of Man-a-lin and rejoice) to say, known, compressed air was freely used am now a well man. I know they saved Sold by J. B. Screven, only.
FOB CBBISTM A*OB BIBTHDAT CAJUVcopy. "God bless Dr. Ilartman and Pe-ru-na.* for driving power and now electricity my life, and robbed the grave of another

CABLE C0RD8 and MACRAMC. It may be acoepted as a general And I earnestly assure you that it la to be added, electricity ,generated ontbe victim." No one should fall to try them.

& EMORY JOHNSON, ow*** aa. u, rule that breadth of effect is desirable. has done ma more good than any medicine spot by tbe abundant Swiss water* OnlyBOo per bottle at F. S. Cnaflee's

M00DU8. CONN. Sprays of ivy or bramble, branches of I hare ever taken in my life. X falls. New York Sun. drug store. Royal-tansy pills

fruit blossom, seabolly. "honesty" (the prescribe it to every one I meet who \ '
seed teasle and snob like, arranged Snsie T, by .Ambassador, recently hew disowveitv> Mavanraius.
pods),
la Buffering, aa tha best medicine In 'Oaa1loOTer leas. v A* w,ralJU>l*aiid ainll.l tur up
with judgment, come oat extremely, the world, and have mad* many con'* took a record of 3:34: > ', pacing, and byso To four onnces Of batter melted in aaancepan eiwaMd, aisMlTC.Now,nswi mm s/evsv, er aaveee eslnruimOTuiiuratlon. )

well, while flowers of almost every kind, verta who are now rejoicing in the doing gave to ber dam, tbe great add three dessertspoonfuls of ** lavlaovstsstasse., erasas. Hewur -
.
**f ** ** ImllatluM* JlanepMr.
so placed.as to bring out tbe silvery halftones great good which they have derived brood mare NelL by Estill Eric, ber carry powder, a large cauliflower sliced, it p-r Box. small ao>St. hn
sixth l t In fclnln wrapper. >Ssn of their delicate shells, 3:30: performer. o
petals; from tha same. I can tell yon that Xam a large onion minced, two or* three tampa lot puelaulan. a.!* kr ltw3
seeds, dried grasses, froit and seaweed John Qnino driving tbe balf bred ralil or
almost entirely relieved of indigestion stalks of celery minoed very fine and mtableapoonful t *eaWIATJw Ual tur

thoroughly repay any trouble expended that great foe which, haa tortured baokney Panl to a ligbt wagon, bad of boiled beans (or the Hold by J. B. Screven
upon them. As regards the printing papers me so many years, and can now eat tha honor of tbe first ride over tha beans may be omitted). Fry gently for only.

to be need for tbia class of work, anything I desire without It la fruits oraomethlng Speedway, New York, after it bad been five mlnates, add tbree pints of- water,
for large studies rough surfaced bromide '* declared ,
pnblio
add. property simmer until reduced to a palp, pass Tbe Advooatm Is still giving '
paper may be recommended, and for To understand the scientific action John Nolan, wbo trotted to a record through a slave, retnm to tbe aaespan free, tobacco seed of the finest grade.away.

smaller ones matt surface printing out of Pe-ru-na it Is best to have Dr. Hart, of 3:14 in tha 8:45 class at Denver, and season with salt and pepper.. Serve Call and get some, with Instructions foe

paper will be found satisfactory. The man's special book for women c# hW stands 19 hands high. Ha was on* as apaoer with croutons In tbe tnreen, a spoonful Its cultivation.Altcommouicatlonefor.

tones of tbe latter accord well with book on ehronio catarrh. These book* last year, bat is now a good gait* of boiled rice being placed In the plat*)

black and white, and their adoption is are mailed free by tbe Pe-ru-na Madielne ed trotter. II wears ten oance sboee ia when served. Another Way ia .to cook

therefore desirable in tbe case of photographs Company, Columbue. O. All front and four ounce toe weights.Hotaainan. ntil soft in a plat of water' and then this paper
intended for albums or cards drugglsU sail Pe-ru-na. add a quart of milk. OoouT Housekeep should ba addressed **Tn AnvooATV
where they are to be surrounded by ing. Tltnsvllle, ma." This will Insure in*.
mediate attention.




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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER II, 1898.m .



f IIDIAH RIYER ADVOCATE. 4AWllllT THE OEIJECXIOISr
Massee Lumber Company.

JOUBNAI. DSVOTED TO TUB DBTBIrOrHBNT Passed off very quietly and ihe vote in the county was light In comparison with other years. The entire .

Or TH ISDIAlf BITBB, UIIWOKTB State and County Democratic ticket was elected lion. Henry L. Parker, received 399 votes and E. P.

AMD BIHOAVMB BAT SKOTIOKS. Branch 289 for member of House of Representatives, with Narrows and Fort Drum precincts to hear, Manufacturers Long Leaf Yellow Pine Lumber.

Address All communications to from, which will add to Parker's majority probably 30 votes. Flooring

INDIAN R1VEH ADVOCATB," The contest between Parker and Branch was spirited. Ceiling Laths Shingles etc. Wholesale only.
TlTUSVILLB, FW> IDA. Much surprise is expressed at the vote of Rockledge and Cocoa, which has usually given a large ,

Democratic majority. "One lesson may be drawn from this election, and that is, that Democracy is bound Bridge Timbers, Car Sills, Framing, Kiln-dried Finishing Board, Plain
to triumph in Brevard, and no combination with the Republican forces by-disaffected Democrats can pre Weathttboarding.
The qialtreatment of United vail. Beveled Weatherboardlng.

States soldiers is really not a party The Democrats of Brevard are not.to be fooled.- They rfghtljr know that in union there is strength, Mills at Kerns, Oooly County, Ga.

matter. It is a national affair that and if they break ranks on account of. some personal grievance,' the white vote- ofBrevard, will soon.find Address: 467 Third Street, MACON
the abuses which have been com* itself in the late lamentable condition ''of the State of North Carolina. GA.SAYE .

plained of should Be thoroughly The election of K. W. Hall as Tax Collector, John Henry as Treasurer, and J. F. Wooten as Tax

investigated ; and that the officials, Assessor will give general satisfaction ; and no county in the State can excel these officers for efficiency MONEY And From
Buy **
#*
who have been so cruelly negligent and devotion to duty. j

of duty, should be exposed and Now let every man go to work to build up this beautiful Indian River Country.

andpunished. ELECTION TABLE Showing Votes Cast in* Brkvabd Codntt.


Wm, J. Bryan is a firm believer

in the value of a weekly Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour Grits

newspaper. While referring to ,

them"The,weekly he says,Newspaper among other plows things the: Candidates for Election. Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.

ground, sows the seed, cultivates & itlons

the crop, and too often is forced fc Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; Harmless to nan 01beast.
to step aside while those who Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
For Congressman Robert W. Davis. . lit* oi> 20 23 03
neither planted or cultivated reap : Herbert L. Anderson 24 24 7 1 18 Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CHAS. .
the ripened grain. The cause Justices 'R. F. Taylor. ,. ..., 87 50 00 00 00
which ycu advocate, the candidates For F.. B> Carter 80 42 00 00 00
Supreme M. O. Gibbons 24 0 00 00oo 00oo
which you support, and the party Court: E P. Axtell . 22 12 00 N. WELSHANS
you love, will be immeasurably For State J. B. Whlineld 83 45 00 oo 00 ,
strengthened if each of you will Treasurer: George E. Gay 27 12 00 oooo 00
step into'the office of your local 'Uenry E. Day 80 48 00 00

newspaper that is patiently and For Railroad John John L.M.Morgan Bryan . . 81 80 41 44 00 00 00 00 00 00 CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
,
alive the ,
uncomplainingly keeping Coram'rii V. J. ShlpmanJ. 28 15 <*> 00oo 00 ,
spark of true democracy, and pay N. Coombs .. .... 27 12 00 00
yo'ur subscription a year or two inadvance. A. C. Richards 21ue 12 ,00 on 00 * HAIR AND LATH. *
." For Member Henry L. Parker. . 38 28 15 (12
House Rep.: E. P. Branch 21 48 12 8in 36
State Vgent L. & M. Paints and. Oils.
For Tax AnvrJ. F. WootenForTax 108 73 80 00
IB. W.Hall..* 118 (13 3!) 22 31
It is every day getting more Impossible Collector: J A. C. Dlttraar 20 14 6 1 66 Old 'Phone 8. ;yy 18 Ilogan Street,

for the Chinese Empire- ( John Henry 100 30 23 10 48 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
huge as it is to withstand the con.stantly.increasing For Treasurer County i F jj yeo 10 10 11 2 38
of European : { CnrIgUan V Yischer'J. 20 27 6IS 00 10
pressure M. Dixon 110 67 00 00
ideas and European force. For County R.N.Andrews 00 60 27 00 00
Even England and Russia are likely Board of 8. F. Glbb ...... .-. 87 63 15 00 00 .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
to come to blows over it. No Publlo Inst: Geo. W. Sooble 44 11 16 00 00 . .
I . . . .,
doubt the country will eventually W.I. Allen 18 13 12 00 00
For Justice iof 00 000 00 00 00
be apportioned out among certain Peace: I .i 00 000OIK 1)0 00 00 (Formerly The G. II. Hammond Co.)
European powers and probably For Consta'le: v. 00 ) 00 0(1 00
the United States who will develop OUR SPECIALTIES :

those portions of China as cities and towns will dot the
; AntiRheumaticPOWDER. "Coin Special" hams and
breakfast
Democrat or Republican 1 bacon
the Celestials could never do, They banks of its greatrlvers ; Its colossal
really need the assistance of the natural advantages will have "Coin Special" canned meats.
'
Melbourne, Fla., Nov. 10, 08.
Anglo-Saxon race to develop China.It been developed, slavery will have "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet"
Editor Indian .
is also possible that these pow. disappeared, and, in. a word, the River Advocate t ...
erg will come into conflict, someday Dark Continent will be dark no Can you Inform me whether the Cocoa leaf lard.
and that the conquering power and opened to all people ofthe. ifc Rockledge News U a 'Republican paper For Strengthening the Body,' Preventing Homemade lard."Peerless"
longer, pure .
or not? I had heard that It was Democratic Rheumatism
Lumbago Tender
in the next great European struggle .world with every safety to life but from the various contents '
will grasp the opportunity to and limb. lately, and especially last week,so calcu Aching Feet, Corns, Bunions, etc. All compound lard, sausages
let loose and direct the vast vital lated to injure the Democratic party, I Irritations of skin, from eruptive diseases and all Packing House Products.
and natural forces in China in think I must have been misinformed. or any enure. Itching Piles, (Salt
TESTIMONIAL OF REGARD. I know two prominent Democratic Rheum FLORIDA BRANCH Jacksonville Fla
such a fashion as will utterly farmers who have ordered their ), Ring Worm and Eczema. : ,
transform it.TROUBLES. paper Massage treatment will be greatly enhanced

The following testimonial of regard stopped, and I presume it'must have JJ Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased.tSlLVERVW .
was adopted by the Sebastian school J Jnsrdesty No, changed politics. It did much more to by the use of this powder. Used
OVER AFRICA. 21, on the retirement of Mr, aid the Republicans than the Republican by all first-class operatars.
from the position of teacher: paper at Melbourne. Yours, All of the above are greatly relieved,

'We are very sorry that Mr. Hardesty, Enquirer. and cured, in conjunction with the indicated
For some time past Indicationsseemed' our esteemed and much loved teacher, Ilomoapatklo remedy. WATCHES CLOCKS
to point to a war between Is to be temoved from the position as WANTED SEVKRAL TRUSTWORTHY Per- ,
England and France over a certain teacher of Sebastian school No, 21; and this state to manage our buslnms BUT 25cts In stamps. 25cts.

portion of Africa, which was by this we are to lose him whom we onioe In their work own done and at nearby home.eountln Halarr*. iitralfthc It In mainly fimi SAMUEL EDEN, H. D. Jewelry Diamonds
now regard as the best teacher we ever a year anil expenma definite,bonafWIe, no mure, ,
claimed to have been taken posses.sion attended, on account of his ability as intruetor no leaa salary. Monthly 7 References. Enolnjy -
BROOKLYN
of by Major Marcband who and his patience and unceasing aelf-adilrenmd stamnad enveloue, Herbert N. T.
grand
K.He ,Press.,Dept.M.Cbloago. ,1340 Bushwick Avenue. Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents.
kindness and good discipline for
did not want Sir Herbert Kitchener '
our little ones. We would all be delighted
the
of the Soudanto
conqueror to have htm re-instated as teacher
FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPA1RBG
annex it. Whether it is worth here; and furthermore, it there Is anything WILLIAM CLARKE. Sanitary Plumber *
a> struggle betwe en two powerful that we can do or say to have him A SPECIALTT.
nations like England and France, back, please allow us to do and say it.
is best known to the members of this Resolved; That we send a copy of inBrevard Fine Gas Fiitnres Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet Spectacles and Eyeglasses. Charges paid one way. R. J. RILES,
testimonial to
every newspaper ,
their respective governments. Itis with request to publish. '225 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Fu.|

stated that Great Britain has Signed county; Iron work, pnmps and drain pipe bath tubs water closets
been fully prepared for a combat Jicssib Nkwlahd, ,

ever ilnce the United States declared Florida Clarissa KrrcHiNO Kitchino,, and wash stands. WANTED !

war against Spain, and Annik Groves,
France has also been getting ready Commmlttee. 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,

to meet England. Who would Sebastian, Fla., Nov. 4,1808. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool Beeswai
"come out on top" if there was a
,
,
struggle for supremacy, is not positively LaG
range.
known, but we do know that Indian River Real Estate Agency Tallow and Alligator Skins.

the. majority of Americans will bet Jim Coats says be will have some ,

on Old England. It is barely possible beans to ship soon. And will pay the highest Cash Prices for them as follows

that the French ministers are Charley McCrory has some very fine TITUSVILLE FLA. Dry Flint Tildes ]50. Otter Skins, good .$ 3.00 to 6.00fiOtoiW
raising such a disturbance over sugar eaue this fall.Geo. Dry Salted Hides.. 13o.OHo.. Otter Skins, poor. .
Fashoda in .order to divert the Gardner haa beans In market this Green Salted Hides. Coon Skins, good. ..'. .. 20 to 40
minds of the French populaoe from week, of the wax variety. YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want It advertised in this Dry Dry Salted flint deer deer skins skins., . .. lSo Coon Skins, poor. ..* . ,. 05 to M 20
15o. to
Ooat . 05
skins. .
the impending dissentions at home..England's paper, free of cost to you. and put In the hands of live White <
The election has come and gone, and men, to write at once to wool, prime j . 18c. Sheep skinsAlligator 10 to JOTo
. motto is "Defence, not everything passed off quietly. this Agenoy for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public. Black wool, prime. . . ... l o. skins, 7-ft.. .. .. 1.00
defiance," so it would be well for James Knots brought In a fine deer VST" Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why not Burry Beeswax wool, prime. . ,8c to 12o.25o.. " 6-ft.... . 65

France to go easy in the matter indispute. this week, wbloh was very palatable.R. yours. Tallow \\r. ,2o to 03c.. "" 5-ft 4ft.3ft. 20 45

During our war with J. Thornton and Mr. Brown are Ginseng root, per lb, ,$ 2.00 15
Spain, Great Britain said "handson shipping oranges from here this week.. Young live alligators, ISo to 20o each. Reference National bank Jacksonville
?' to the whole of Europe; and A great many attended church Sunday The Post of Responsibility.Vero. those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a rialHoping shipment,'to get start
at present, so far as Americans to hear Unole Shad preach an interesting ed. I guarantee a Just and liberal classification. t tI to be favored with your
take interest in the Fashoda dis. sermon.J. shipments, am, yours truly,

pute, their sympathy, is certainly A. Collins, mail clerk on J. T., and W. R. NICHOLAS, Jacksonville, Fla.P. .
with Great Britain. We are glad, family, spent Sunday with T. A. Johnson The men on the manawar'shridftp

however, to note that things have and family, 4 of
have tremendous fry Sample
taken a more pacific turn, and it is Quite a number of our folks expect to UllUgG a responsibility E. McMDRRAY a
attend the Baptist Association la Tltusville toting upon them. They are the
more than likely there will be nowar. ONI
this week. braius of the great machine. We hold them 4BAKER. OUR $25.00
Americans cannot forget the
wide difference between the attitude Rufus Herudon spent from Sunday strictly to account for the result of every battle.We FARM
until Tuesday with friends at Mima, onhi want to be considered In Identically this HORSE
of the British all over the
way up from Cocoa to vote. light with respect to the llEEIt
you buy
world and that of the French and WAGON.
Several prominent Tltusville gents here. We want to be held personally and
other European nations towards us were out In these parts awheel Sunday, strictly responsible that It Is the best you can Blejelei Sul r PateDt ****'' dUWe ***' 'haft* "d Sprlng
during our late war. Great Britain among whom we noticed E. 11.' Wager,of buy.

stood manfully by us, and we Cannot the Star, Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.CLARKXCK .

forget it.Referring Robert Motlow and W. Ballard were
to Africa, it is probable Seen passing through our burg this \ Address,
that the end of tbo next century week, evidently oo the lookout for deer, G. MULLER & CO., B. MIIXEK. BIILLXB LONOB0TH-U*.
as they had their dogs and guns. Jacksonville Fla.Agts B t b h <| 1IM1.
will see at any rate in the ,

British portions of Africa, which Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga. for Acme Brewing Co.,

will then be very much larger' than S. B. MILLER & CO.

they are now as great a change
The vegetable crops are looking fine. ,
as the present century has seen in
Several deer have been WHOLESALE
seen near here CLARKE & DANIEL.
North America. The enormous lately.E. .*
COMMISSION
areas of the centre will be opened FISH DEALERS
,
G. Walker, of Wood ley, spent Tuesday
Britishers and Americans
up by ; evening here, on business. Dealers In all Kinds of No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New Tork.
forests will be cleared, marshes
Hiss R. S. Olfford, of thls plsce,
drained, miasma banished, deserts spent a few days with friends atE. Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish

irrigated and uplands explored and B. Daniel, of Asbury Parkt Fresh and Salt Water Fish Oysters Poultry Mackerel, Bine Fish. etc.
REFERENCES
cultivated. and :-Fulton *"
and
Railway telegraph has arrived here to take charge of the Market National Bankor any Wholesale Fish &*>
lines will intersect ft in all dlrec. in the United
.
Stout property. Ornno -" 655 States.I
oto.i Poplar St., MACON, CA. MP" Stencils famished "
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Micco.T. .

FERTILIZERS.X7"3S

C. Till Is shipping oranges this
week. s* . .

Robert and Charles Smith paid Mlcooa
visit Tuesday.Mr. .

and Mrs. Xlearndon and three
Powder children will move Into Micro the last
of this week. Tbey Intend to make
Mloco their home.We .

Blade from pure are very sorry to hear of the death
of Walter Gibson who died
of typhoid "
cream of tartar. malaria In Savannah. We extend our \

sympathy to his family.Lotus..


Safeguards the food k.lX jOlxoxixxc3. 2oir1;ll3aox .
fty Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply toua
against alum.iDCfltfC Price $26.00.GUARANTEED .
ANALYSIS for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.
R. C. Creech was In town first of the :
week.Mrs.. Moisture s to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
Ammonia .,......,. ......* 5 to 6
Chalker was making calls in Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia..... SO to 20 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
Available FhxMnhorto Aold 8 toKqual
Mwwa*oem***..wtw vowu South Lotus Sunday.Mr. hiH to Hone Fbosphateof Lime.. X ....J 11 to 13Potaah DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
l ,
and Mrs. Osteon callers K2 O ...... ....... ... .... ..i....*.... 5 to 6Kqual ,
were onMrs. to of Potash .... to 10MagnesiaLluieSo
Sulphate > / SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS,
Tbos. Green Sunday.J. H. D. Smith of Write TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, nARDWOOD ASHES,
vowuWaveland. Banyan, spent several for Special Pamphlet: *
hours in town Saturday. COTTON SEED HULL ASnES, KAINIT AND TOTASHES.

Our crops are doing nicely. J. M.Ennls J3T- Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0II

of wind and waves.Ir will ship beans this week.E. prices.

Racey Is adding further Improveotii R. Provost and W. Blsbee were callers
to hl already beautiful place.rb on L. D. Hancock Sunday. Please Correspond with us before being induced, to- buy from Dealers. Send for

new house* of Dr. Sneden and Stanley Jones spent Sunday and Monday hi Pamphlet.
Lawrence are progressing finely, In town looking after i his real estate
I ill add much to the place. and personal property. He devoted LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO

[he school has at last opened, and most of his time to the latter.Thos. (II IISamples

der the able management of Miss Par Ringgold, of Baltimore, Md.,
ol will no doubt soon make up for lost arrived In Lotus Tuesday. His many TsLClrsorLT7-Ill, Florida,.
10. friends were i pleased to see him looking

The truckers are busy, planting. so well. Mr. R. will spend this winter

wee trees are putting on a fine with us.' Mailed'Free' to "Address
are doing your WHEN IN NEED OP.
,owine.ur wtli,.and pineapple plants Courtenay. upon application..

) Santa Lucia inlet continues toarge
from year to year and cause the
ei to rise and fall more and more in Our truckers are needing rain.Dr. .COHEN BROTHERS. Lumber Hardware and Paints

proximity both in the Indian and St.cie . Symmes went to lndlanola, Monday ,
rivers, which together nearly surmd to Inspect Brother Grant's dairy . . ,
our Waveland peninsula and Join farm..
Hi lower extremity. This inflow ofrmer r
ocean water lends an element ofurity John Iteed, D. S*. Nisbet and J. F. Or anything in the line of Building Material
against cold and frost, which isich Mitchell, of lndlanola, were callers In
appreciated here, and the place town last Sunday, Popular Dry Goods House

i had a steady growth during the F. L. Whitlock, L. P. Allen, and the or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or
it of the greatest setback that Florida Misses Madge Whitlock and Catharine

itvor Increased known acreage, each planted year having In the shown ten- Sams paid Cocoa a visit on Monday.Chas. Plumbing, do not fail to write

vegetables and tropical fruits.Baqyan. .* T. Harper, Lawrence Allen, M. JACKSONVILLE FLA. -
8. Whaley and Brooks Sams attended ,
the show and dance at lndlanola last EDWARD STTT.TTTC
Friday night and report a pleasant time.C. .

B. Sanders, of'' .lndlanola; Willie
irawt Sams came down on his fine Fa bar, of Sharpes; and the Misses Annie "THE BRICK STORE,"
iw ranger yesterday.rbe Bellows and Addle King, of Hardeeville, y >
were pleasant visitors here Sunday.S3 OOOO L, Indian XXixroac ifr.A
club met at J. M. Field's on Sat-
lay night and Indulged In progressive

:hre.ot As an advertising medium, no The Largest DryGoods

( much interest was manifested in paper on the East Coast can beat the Bermuda Onion Seeds.
! election. Branch beat Parker one Advocate. Give us a trial advt., ..
while several voted blank. and be convinced of the pink paper'* Store in tbe State.on / / .

sans are being planted nearly every worth. / WHITE AND RED,' genuine Tenneriffe stock, $J.60 per lb.
Texas
,but unless some showers fall soon, Rust-proof Oats coo. per bus.
id planting will have to be abandoned. Daytona.'Election Florida OOday' Oats *1.00 per bus. '>

The Banana river Is alive with tafts ofks. Georgia Rye.,. . .#< i.50 per bus. './

They have come earlier than last proceeding quietly.S. Florida Rye, , v ., 2.50perbus. ,
wo. Let us hope it does,not denote

extreme winter.iabblla upper. Shears floor,"of photographer Barnes' new, has building.Geo. taken. the Are now offering Extraordinary Good Fall Stock of Field and Garden Seeds.L. .

are doing some damage tong
> begins. 'Tig a mistake to kill oft E. Porter's broken leg Is doing CAMERON. Seedsman,
i wild cats and stray domestlo cats, well under Dr. Bennett's skillful treat Values in Fashionable 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE
they help to keep down the rabbits ment. FLA.CHESEBR0 .

ll as rats.eo. Graham Thompson has made a most

! B. Gardner was down again last desirable addition to the bicycle* hospital.
Silks Dress oods and
ok setting out orange trees for Banker .
two. Nearly 2,000 trees are out now, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vining are expected BROTHERS *
1 nearly one thousand yet to put out, next week to take charge of the Colonnades **'
I make this the largest grove south ofintley. for the season.Ridgewood .
'Joe Vendig Is running Mr.n '
a close second, his manager, Mr. avenue la filling up rapidly Trimmings.jy WHOLESALE
J. Ragan, being busy this week setit and it makes a wonderful difference <
out trees.ur in Its looks, especially at night.Alex. CJommisson Pish Dealers

) mail problem has been solved by St. Clair Abrams' was'In town All orders filled same day aa received. ,
Tofeaaional contractor away up in last week on business connected with
' He Is getting It at a ridiculously one of the steamers being built here.Mrs. Your Back if Goods No. 1
Money are not as we Represent. Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
(Cure, which means
practically, no Bingham, wife of .Rev. C. M.
"Ice to speak of, for It Is simply Imlble Bingham, who was struck by a piece of SPECIALTIES: Spanish Maokerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Blueflsh Red
for a row or sail-boat to transttbe falling timber, is recovering rapidly. Address: Snappers, Klngflsb Trout Green
Turtle
mails from Ean Oallie to Brantpm Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
t the Our new string band J. H. MoMllian COnEN BROTHERS, Stencils
heavy northers. Lengthy promptly supplied. Reference* furbished if desired
''Uona are being gotten up to ask Geo.-Wright, Will Estes,Tom Cane and t Popular Dry Goods House, ,
fie Sam to retain our present service W. G. Nash were out serenading last
week, and called at the City Hotel. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

The fine shots of the Halifax Rifles FOR SALE. Home-Grown
..
Eau Gallie.B. don't Intend ordering Thanksgiving turkeys
till after the "shoot," each fellow i Melbourne.QUODE Those present were Mesdames George
calculating on carrying home alt he can Brown, S. F. Gibbs, R, W. Goode; the PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND \ SUCKERS-
Arnold, of Malabar was a vlsi- Misses Allle Nicholson, Jennie and
town last Monday.rH. eat.Mr. St OOODB. Real Estate and Loans. Helen Miller, Annie and Jessie Goode, Of the following Varieties : rIbbaka
Glbblns and family are going to Agent for ACtna, London and Urarpool sndOlobo Carrie and Mattle Brown, Lou Mitchell,
; G.Scott left, here Sunday last, join relatives out In Tacoma, Wash. attention,and paid Imperial to tbe Fire interest lonnranoe., of non Bpeolal real.dents. Lillian Robertson and the Messrs. Joe Porto Rico, Eojptlan Quean, Golden Queen Ripley Queen Smootk
Hcksonvllle. He will go on the road Quite a change from the southeast to Mills, Ernest Hadley, T. C, and John ,
grocery firm.Ijsrs. the northwest of the United States ofAmerica. Nicholson, Allen and Wm. Campbell, Cayenne, Peraambuco and Red Spanish.

D. M fOur Sam >(artin, Alex. Goode.R. .
,
to G.
Apply C.
Bryan, Chris. Hoehr WHEN YOU OO TO MELBOURNE call atthsnaxaar MATTHAMS, Florida Pineapple Co.,
rrank Turnor came to town TuesU carpenters are being pushed with ,Mr*.Chaa J.F.Campbell A CO., Millinery P. Paddlson, jr., of Eau Gallie, West Palm Beach Fla.
>vote. old Notlona, Dry Goods, Ladles' ready. ,
work; new houses going up ones came down op his bicycle last Sunday,
made and woven Underwear,Ferrt. Renowned
> nd Mrs. Win. R. Roesch have rrf"l being enlarged and repaired. Every Indication Comets,ete.,embroidery and colored allies, dined with his friend, A. J. Goode, and
p0t0f,, W1" will points to a crowded, busy win souvenir spoons,Stationery,eta. In ttie evening both young mm wheeled
d
?
i again Georgiana."Mr.
.P their abode'In town.K.M. ter. back to Ean Gallie. ..I BDY OR SELL...

Hodgson and W. Mayor"Gove, who Is upon the Republican HOTEL BELLEVUfc, MELBOURNE, FLA.Lovelr Major E., C. Graves, of Melbourne
B.
mea from St. Augustine Gilbert ticket for the State Senate, thinks view of Indian River. In a sheltered Beach, was shaking hands with some of Archie Chambers returned home Confederate Money Bonds &
situation.
Monday, Superior aeooinmodatloaa. Moderate ,
mpanylng Mrs. Gilbert and family. the reappointment of J. M. Jolley to the bis city friends as he passed through Saturday morning on the St. Augustine.Mr. .
postomce here will seriously interfere rates.W.. R. CAMPBELL.Proprietor. hero last Friday,"on bis way to Cocoa to POSTAGE STAMPS.
II.
Peek I. Allen and
of Melbourne in of election. son, Fred, from
wu town with hla chances have; some dental work done. Largest stock in the
*"*, attending Miss Bessie Housjj > v Daytona, arrived at Mr. Hlscock's place world.Addresa
Our real estate men are quite, busy last week.Mrs. CHAS.,bi BARKER
0' * a > Atlanta, Oa.
,jj sorry to say, Is again hunting bouses for the many winter HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE. TLA.,
overlooking Indian Rlvert homelike accommodations done.Roseland. .
residents .who are coming.' Not only and frood board. Rates 91.50 per Hughe* was a passenger on tbe
LB-Mi"
stopped over to bid his places In the town, but also cottages on day or Srt.OO to (7.00 per week, aocnrdlnfr to Courtney Thursday to Cocoa, consulting
dbye' on hl location of room, npecial rates to River Dr. Daniel*.
Jacksontwiihfi. demand. COTTON
t k y the beach are In people. CHAS.T.MoBRIDB, Will and Montle Dalany, of
We.S06"0 o Union W PO The hotels are being gotten Into shape Proprietor Mlcoo, were ft*Roseland last Sanday. Mr. Lyman I* Improving. HI* son
pary Telegraph winter. Mr. and Mrs. Despland Frank, came. Friday, and hi* daughter,
for the Mr. of
King went the
,
Woodley up Mr*. Lee, I* expected in few .
a day LINEN
are here hurrying matters at the Palmetto Election Sebastian river Wednesday after load NETTING.
,,<,*I, who day was very quiet.W.I. a
\ ? >* spent so many some .regular guesta having of bees,- The three Misses Band and their ...
2 ,?ter* at Eau OMle, returned already arrived. Mr. Geo. C. Howe has Metcalf left .here Sunday, for brother's two children from Kenosha
i J? a two yea absence, re2 leased the Holly Inn, and Is getting Itready. Palm Beacb. W. F. Futch was In Roseland tbe lat Wis., came Friday, and are occupying,
"y a hearty greeting from (formerly the ter part of last week, and reports vegetables
Volunteer Mrs.
The Miss Laura Houston, of Eau Uallle Black'* house.
?; na/c ea, who antlcl'eliinS Fountain City), under Mr. Marks, is in ,
at was town, Monday head of the Mis* Kate Clark Mrs.
rom a recital of bis and Messrs. Rose and Langwortby Sebastian river. Bruner, Mis*
experiences abroad.wd open will be; here In a few days to put the Dr. Flatts, of Fort Pierce, was In town Wild! oats are getting quite common Beth and "Uncle and Auntie" Hughe*
smaller bouses last Friday, visiting relatives.Capt. pent a most delightful afternoon at the fishing: tackle
'A6 *'MM, MGr"e 011- Ridgewood in order. The hero. Allen Cain shot one last week, pleasant home of Dr. and Mr*. Wlttfeld ,
?llbert arrived last Monidomiii are all open.At Bob Hardee, of Sebastian, was and one was seen In tbeHosch grove last Saturday.
? y tOD oh,<>. d are oneebSkJ the annual meeting of the stockholders In town last week on business. walking around, quite unconcerned. Superior made from quality Knox'Linen* Scotch Gill thread.Netting

fV the1' Pleasant borne of the Equitable Building and John nenry came down from Tltusville Last Friday word was received here
W thn.1i0'Zau Ga Hw. This the- following officers that Remember that the Indian Riveb Sample* and estimate* cheerfully furn
Loan Asaxslatlon, last Monday to cast his vote. W. L. Gibson, a former resident of Advocate doe
stfL'their receIved a cordial wel- were chosen for the current year: President this place, had died at Savannah, Ga. all kind* of job printing ished. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.J .
summer's absence.ai C. M. Last Friday the Literary Society at short notice. Send them an order
Shaw vice president, evening He
II. B. ; was with the U. S. Particu JOHNSON
army. J3.
C" met at the residence of Mayor F. and be convinced that it I* the place to A CO.,
Lawrence Thompson
l cashier lars
tP"e< off very quietly here, Bingham, Jr.; of bU death bave not been received have
secretary, E. O. Harris; treasnrer, Fee, with the usual good programme. yet. Jle was well liked by-all who knew job printing done. Manufacturer*,

C folS1' 2S *ote j B nch, 13; Wm. Atwood; board of directors, B. The Ladies' Guild ofthe Episcopal him, and will be missed by a large circle HI South St, BALTIMORE, MD.
Foster, F. T. Peck, Dr. W. P. Lang- church will meet at the home of Mrs.W. of friends. Never fall to resd
onr Inside
T Fi"n> ; Henry/treasurer worthy anJE. U. Waldron. C. Barnes neat Friday afternoon. You will always find pages.
something to in The Advocate Is now on file at all
Last Saturday evening by invitation /. D. CRABB keeps a ftrst-eUss Saloon. Wines, terest yon. the best hotels in New York city.Tbe .
1 KuLWtSd "
of the peace, beers, whiskies, brandy and ram, imported
[ d' Subscriber attention la drawn of Messrs. Campbells- delightful informal and domestlo
Th. mar"haI nd olu*>- ,yonr effars. tonaoeo and cigarettes,
bT.iri14"0 "ate ticket was to the name-and-date slip pasted upon dance was given. Mrs. Elisabeth rrloe of Honors from t2M to to.00 per (alien.
If are In Campbell at the piano, assisted by Mrs.C. Prompt attention to lelecrapa and malt
**,Vot-j?" Jorlty: Davis for yon paper or wrapper. yon order*. Term*Cash. CoooaFw.J. ADYOGATE does neat clean Job
*ot* over Andersoi, 7. arrears, pleaae remit. J. F. Campbell and Mr. Nicholson. D, CRABB, Ak*. Printing.





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COOLING AND VENTILATION.A esting data are* published in the Philadelphia The Tropical Trunk Line.

Times, from which it appears

New Device to Secure Comfort IB that, taking the average of Europe and

Building* and Mines.A America, 44.6 is the percentage of men

patent has reocutly been granted huving light eyes, including blue and Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West RaiW|

(to James B. Blade of Itlverhead, N. Y., gray, and the proportion of girla and

.tfor a device by means of wbioh buildings women having such eyes is by the same JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.

ships, mines and boiler rooms are computation 84.3 per cent. In other

-constantly supplied with fresh air, a words, blue eyes are decidedly rarer "souTinr"NoTioS In Effect Jane 88.OS.r..JACKSbNVrLi 1140am

free ex It being provided for thefonl and among women than among men. But No. 21 No. 87 NjthSS K0.32. H> So, 3 "

vitiated air. it appears that, though men have light Local Mixed mop1138p 1040 p 9 0 30 12a a ... ..'..Orange Park.. .,

The contrivance consists of a tnbnlar eyes more generally than women, it Is Tu. Th. .. .....(.Peoria........ ....
shown that in the intermediate of and Sat 10 02a Magnolia ...- 8 81 p ml618pm
in circular
opening in the roof of a building orjjthe color between light and dark the percentage 3 45n 12 40 a p 11 ooa Paiataa,........ ..v.Batmima. 800 pm]
...... .....
of the is .
deck ofa vessel. Inside of the casCOOLKB two sexes very nearly,
.
Pomona. .....}....
though not quite, the same, there being 4 4fla 11 50n ..Crescent City Junction... 3 R3p m
in this intermediate category both 8 2 a 182 a 12 OOp Seville 338pm2B8pm
2 26 a268a 12 30p DeLeort Springs...,.
brown and hazel eyes, neither pure 638 .' .. Glenwood ....,, .. '
light nor genuine blaok. The percentage 4 Up 1 Ol p ........Beresford.... 2 88 pmi

of these among men is found to be 'sofa 12 1 40p l p tl] ..*.., {B 2 10pm266pml

43.1 and among women 45.1. The percentage 438p I lip tOrange City Juno. 224 pm148pm
t2 48p .......Enterprise ..;....
of dark blaok is 20.7
or eyes percent 4 66p Ar TITUSVILLB..... Lv 110 30 am
among women, while among men 8 40J .....Me. Dora.,... .
it is 13.8 that is, of the whole number. 4 0llp vTavares ..',.,.
330 a 1 46p Ar <>. Sanford.... Lv 1 80 p in
1.1.
4.16 a 3 OOp ...Orlando .-,... 12 01pm915pm 12 10 pm1026pm
6 10 a 4 66p ..Lakeland. .,i. .,,..
IMPROVED PLOWS. 8 87 aH0 8 20p ...Birtow. ........... 8 16 pm 5 36amno
10 at 11 10p Ar..Pnnta Gorda.Lv 8 26pm 10 pm
880 p 6 06p Tampa 7 37pm 9 OS am
Arranged to Throw the Earth Oat- ..., 760 a ' .Tampa ltay Hotel..,:.. '
Ar Port Tampa..LrLa. 7 bb'p ni 836amiMon.
ward on Both. Sides. 830 e 4Bp
TIME I LOW RATE& Tu., ThurA BatSun.Wed&Frl. 9 OIp! .......Port Tampa.ArAr. 230pm800pm .Tlmr Rat
The plow which is illustrated herewith SAFETY I COMFORT 1 QUICK 2 OOp ... Key West .. LvAr Sun. W a &Fri.
.Lv
is so constructed as to throw earth 'Havana
simultaneously from both sides to a Finest Cnlslne and Samoa. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.Tos
Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i"Comanclie" Daily, t Daily except Sunday. (Mon.,Wed. and Fri.
common center or line in covering oaneor Train leaving Jacksonville 9:12: a.m. arrive! Gainesville 1 rOB p. m., Ocala 2:00: p. m..Lmi8:45p.
in the cultivation of plants. The (new> "Algonpln "Iroquois "Cherokee, "Seminole; : m.,BrooksvllloBiBBp. m. dally. '
r Trains l and 32 Carry Throngh Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cinctnnntl and Ti,
be also to throw the
plow may adjusted NorthBound.'steamers and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of naanure..
earth from a common oenter or line to Union Station,Jacksonville,at p. m. <

AND VENTILATOR opposite lidos of the plants under cultivation FLA.,are(calling appointed at Charleston to sail according), "Sundays to the tide.LLB Tuesdays. INDIAN KIVEB SERVICE.

Jng a sleeve is so supported as to leave says The Scientific American. iN A. C. .- Mondays, Wednesdayi Indian River Steamers leave Titnsvllle 6:00: a.m., Mondays and Thursdays for St Lncl*V
.. .
ci}omltt ana Charleston dally paper. and intermediate landings; returning, arrive Tltusvllle Wednesdays and Saturday!,conm
laii air pasengo between the casing and The plow is constructed with two o g with northbound trains.W. .

ith sleeve. Mountod In the sleeve is a'tube beams joined at their front ends arid SouthBound.FOTja M. COFFIN, O. D. ACKERLY,
General Superintendent. General
provided internally with a spider diverging as they extend rearwardly. l'astenrar A

-or frame, and at its tipper end with a These beams are adjustably connected CIWONVlM.riU..,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .
rotatable ingress tuba This ingress near their rear ends by sliding bars.
tube likewise has a spider or frame onvwhiolt The moldbonrds are somewhat longer New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

a rod is centrally pivoted. The than in ordinary plows and are designed (Calling at Charleston"STEAMERS", 8. C, both ways) Florida East Coast Ry|

to throw the earth farther than usual.
upper end of the casing is inclosed by a are appointed to sail as follows t

Jiood formed with a conical end, through The landslides also are lqaaur than In From foot of Hognn'Street, From HK1DAYS.Clyde's Wharf.. Boston, TIME TABLK NO. IS,' IN EFFECT MAY 18, 1868.

which the ingress tube passes. With the plows now in use, rendering this THURSDAYS.

.the conical end of the hood an egress plow steadier and easier to run. The SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Rtainplt

tube is connected whioh communicates St. Johns River Line.DE 'Ne8ST5iS No 5S!
- STATIONS.Lv .
with the interior of the hood. These Daily

ingress and egress tubes are curved In ( BART X.INB)
malOUua .... Jaoksonvtlle Ar.Lv
St.JOmVi River.
the
opposite directions and are mounted to Jacksonville,Palatka,Sanford,Enterprise,Fla.and Intermediate landings on 410p416p ArLv. ..8t.Angnstine.... t35p
in such that the The Sidewheel Steamer 10 8te ........................ ....St. Ansnstlae.M. .Ar 63>p
:swing a manner ingress elogant 4Wp410P 11 10aITKa ....Hastlaira..<... LvLvT 4JJp
"tube shall constantly present its open.ing "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE. ArT IIIIT'ITITM .....Palatka... V T.v.A
'. to the wind.' CAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is 10 45a kV' J>alatka .
UTSp720a Ar.LV.. .8 n Males......... TvAr "BJOpTaspi
The Ingress tube continually forces avcolnmn appointed to sail as follows I saooTio ""*" ...SanMalee
of air downward through the Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 8:30: pm rr 7XiLrl
Leave Jacksonville, and Fridays 0:30: a in .......Ormoad.........
3)ullding and' the tube .. Mondays, Wednesdays 8HP loop 4 303p \
permits
egress Leaves Sanford 6 61p nip >>' ......Daytona........ 252n 1
411 warm or vitiated air to escape. Any NORTli BbUNb: f( p 122p15.P ....Port Orange...,,. * vaonum formed by ventilation, it is.arald BHW STTLK IN PLOWS. SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE.U. Bead up. fUp ...New Smyrna I
Read down. 3 24ri ..7. Oak Hill IMP ,
>a<
will be immediately filled by the handles of the plow are oapable of being Leave ST30 p. m. ..1..... ..Jacksonville..... Arrive 2.00 a. m.. 8 0ip )>)>>...Tt marine....... 1' P .,
air into tho cold tube ........ falatka Leave 8.00 p. m.it.ao 8 8Sp City Point 12JJp.,
i pressed entering removably connected either,with brackets 8.48 p. m. m.l.oo .
.. Astor v....... p. 8 43p i... Cocoa .- nap.,
room at the bottom. The ventilator at attached to the moldboards or with 8.00 a. m. St. Francis p. m. t47p ...... ... 13 18p.,
the rear or leeward of the hood constitutes attached to the shanks. When the 4.80' a. in. Beresford 12.00 a. m. 4 lttp428p ,.. ... Eau Rallte....... 11 Us ,

a. ni.
arms ..... ....Blue Springs 11,00 a. m. .......Melbourne....... 11 Us..
an air.passage,1 creating a vacuum plow is adjusted to throw the earth inward 6.00 a. m., ......i.... ... Sanford 9 00 a. ni. 12p i Mtlit* ia4n .......Sebastian...,,... 10 60s.,
.
fcelow and drawing up the warm air. a roller and rake are attached to Arrive lit 8.80 a.a. m m. i t Enterprise..... 9.30 a. m.CenM 8 04p ........St. Lnele........ Vs.,
)p .....Fort Pleree...... Vs..
Scientific American. the, beams, so that the earth thrown upby Jacksonville.J 6 49p .*....MEden... ,.. Is..
the be cultivated by the Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., 8 64p ........Jensen.........< OUs..
plow may T05p ........ Stuart... lis. .,
VWomeo and Klaetrloal Industry."Women rake and flattened by the roller. When TBMp eo .....Hobe Honnd Silt .
F. M. IitowiKONQRR, JR.,Fla,Pass.Agt. TUp ... West Jnplter...., 8 07s..
are gradually working into it is desired to throw the earth outward, o,L.Howard. Superintendent. St.
20* West Bay .
taop0Op .Wast Palm Beach, ., 7 3u .
Foot Hoitau St. s>)e*4>*a *4
"'different branches of the electrical industry. the plows 'are interchanged that la, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. .... ....LJatoa... 5Hs .
A of university side is 44p ....Fort Laadardale.,.. 14> .
lady graduate which the right
a the .
was on
plow T. P. A., THEO. O. EOEB, T.
H. WARBUHTON, 10 22piQaop .....Lemon City ,... ISHS...
eleotrioal engineering coarse isIholding now attached to the left side, the other 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.WTnT. Miami ,

a position of some responsibility plow being also changed so that its General Agents, BKTWKKN MKW. SMYRNA AND OKAHUU CITY JUNCTION,
CO.
with an important eleotrioal firm landslide shall be turned Inwardly. The P. CLYDE Ave.,Philadelphia. '
Delaware
S Bowline;Green. Hew Yor*. I* " No. 8 No 1Ap feTATIONS.
tin Pittsburg. Another instance of the roller and rake, when the plow is in > ioTiia1188a Ev New Smyrna. ,..Ar.Lv Tfepln

'business capacity of women in this dirootton this position, are removed, since they OOp ............... Lake Helen ... 13 iopl 4Ut

is that of a southern lady who are not required. Scientiflo American. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. ttp 20p iHiapAf.12 0>p .. .. ...Orange.Orange Oily City Junction.. luaplAH 12 29p IS"

i is an eleotrioal engineer and contractor trains between New Smyrna and Ornnf City Junction Daily except Suodsy.

and seems to be quite on a par with the Sleeping Machines.

r average engineer of the male peraunsiou. Experiments have been made recently Florida, New York, KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

\ A girl of 20 years is superintending with some curious devices in the shape Philadelphia and Boston. The steamship City f Key West e(the Florida East Coast Steamship Company 1m

a prosperous electric railway in of "sleep machines. Sleep will sometimes From Brnnswlek, (via Port Royal,S. C)to New York. Miami for Key West ea Mondays, Wedneedaya and Fridays arter arrival of train from Julsonvllle
,making connections at Key Went with steamers for Havana. Leave Ksy W l 11p.
Ohio and in New York state there is.a
result from fatigue of the eyes; PASSENGER SERVICE.To nor'bt -
m. (standard time)oa Tuesdays, Thursdays aad Hatardava,arriving Miami asxt
female wiring contractor who does looking at the trees or other objects aswe make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville ton Mate ta eeamaet with north bound train.
-the greater part of the business inwhiab Thursday atB:00p.: m.,via Fernandina,clone oonneotlon with
rush along in the train will frequently Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandina for Brunswick. These Time Tables shew the times at wbloa trains and boats maybe expected to arrtna,
she is engaged conjointly with "send us off." An ingenious Supper will be served immediately on leaving Fernandina.PasHengera aepart from the several stations and porta, but their arrival or departure at th. H '
'her husband. The superintendent of aNew gentleman has produoed a machine for go at onoe on board Malfory steamer on arrival atBruuswiek. stated la not guaranteed arising therefrova.,nor does the Company held Itself responsible for any delay or reanMaaennes
.
/ Jersey eleotrio car line whioh has this purpose. It is a box surmounted by For eopy of local time eard aall at OS West Bay Street,Jacksonville, er address

'venturod to put on its conductors' staff two fanlike panels, one above the other, J.r.BEOKWTTH, Traffle Manager. J. U, MAHNEB, A.O.P.A.

.at namber of young women says that revolving horizontally in opposite directions. PROPOSED SAILINGS ._. Sit. Aagastlaa.m .

-they are just as active and effective as'the These panels are studded with Lv.New York;Pier II E. R., 8:00p.: m., (Standard Tim*.) Lv.Brunswick.

men in collecting fares and observing mirrors that throw upon the retina a Friday; Nov.4.... ....RIO GRANDE .Friday, Nov. 11.Friday
schedule time. The recently electd Friday ' It., ..8TA1E OP TEXAS.... 18.Friday
*
vibrating flood of. twinkling light. A 28.Friday
Friday, 18 RIO GRANDE .... ,
president Francisco has up til the time of her bright ball placed high above the For general Information,steamers,trains,rates, eto..apply to any railroad agent or to P. MURPHY ,2iS0W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H. > Southern
elcotiou She A. ,Agent ,
practiced as a physioian. head, so that some slight strain is j
.H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick,Oa.O.
.has now given up her practice to devote caused by staring at it. Another apparatus .H.MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, K. River,and 3U2 Broadway,N.Y.
herself entirely to the management of for causing drowsiness is formed
the railroad and incidental duties. of clamps for squeezing the arteries Railway

When at'college, she took a scientific leading to the brain. The clamps remain

-course, and electricity has always been iu position for less than half a Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad! ,

-one of her hobbies. It is>predicted that minute uud by that time the sufferer

she will make a distinguished snooessas from insomnia has been plaoed in a .New Florida and Northern Alp Line and Florida Trunk Line.

a railway president, Chicago Beeord. state of somnolence by the decreased Time Table In Effect Jnly 6, 1SOS. K03T E20ELLEUT 8EBTI0B OrFEREO OUT OF FL0SID1.

flow of blood to the brain. Still another

Light and Dark Xyee. method is to arrange an eleotrio battery NORTH EAST, WEST.THBOTJOH .
in the bed so that a mild eleotrio current NORTHERN POINTS SfooS30a SiS25p
One of the latest subjects of popular \
the .
acta spine.We
.discussion is the relative predominance upon Lv..Jacksonville. 15a 9 4fla TVZXSXAtf TJitATv'IN'O BOOSE' CABS. DINIKO CAS*

of_!lght or dark eyes, and same Inter Lv Yulee.. .. 8 >aTr 8 40p 8 6 a7l THOBOTJOHFAB.K COACHXS XBAIN3.
Ar....Fernandina.Ar. aT06a 7 OOp >6a30a VESTXBTJZ.ED
.. Everett .., 6 45pB40p
Ar.. Brunswick.Ar..Savannan. '
. o20a 4 47p4l WASHINOTON AND SOUTHWESTERN L1HITED."
Lv... Savannah 5 lila |>
Ar. Fairfax, C. 31 la B. a 2 21p Threneh Vsstiholed Drawlnf-Room Sleeping Care between Tampa and Ns *"
' ..DenmarkSO 2 24ai'l4a 4 00a 134|> via Jasksoavllle, aavanaah aad Columbia,without eoasfe."UNITED .
..Augusta, Ga ' 8 20allSSa
Columbia, 8.C. STATES FAST MAIL."
Spartanburg, B C" 6 0lip
Asheville,N.O. -. 2 0Ap PuUasaa DrawlarRooat Buffet Bteeplag Csrs etwsea JaekaonvUle and Ntw for*.
Charlotte, N.C. ' 10 20|> .9 2.1a
Salisbury, N.C. 8 2lipT 8 17a

Embraclns
Greensboro. N.C" p07p T05aseoa Lynchburg;: Charlottesville.
' Danville, Va. Washington. BaUlmore and PhllaJelp""
' Richmond,Va. Uonn 2110a
Lynchburg.Va. 3 6Ap 3 4iu16Ha sad
Charlottesville, amp Putlmsa Drawlsg-Room Sleeping Cars to Macon. Atlanta. Chattanooga
< Washington 11 16a4'J 10 4JaU2 Ctaolaaatl, with eleee eoaaeeUea far Loalsnlle aad the Northwest.
Baltimore ' p
> Philadelphia T2 a 6 6Ap Also Through Pullman Sleeping Cars to
New York; 12 19a 4 30p900a I I"LAND
Through
"......Boston 8 0O|> Cincinnati, via Columbia and Ashevllle.

Lv .JaokKMivlUe ArAr. 9 25pSsoal 40nvBp "
.... Everett..... Lr OP THE SKY.
.... Atlanta..v" 8 20a,
** ..Chattanooga..*- lOOOp 7 30p
*
...Cincinnati... S30a sppir
sta
w etafled mformaMoa as te rates, eehedalss. sleoplag ear reservations,
SB* agent at the aooTaaaa kUlLWAT ! Its eoaaestieaa.
Nos.88 and 84 make connection for Brunswick, arriving Brunswick 4:M p.m.and 8:40: p. mrespectivelr.
For New Orleans, train leaves Jacksonville 8:48 a. m with throngh sleepem, arriving
new Orleans Ti40 a. m. Only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from New Orleans L. A.imTKAV, TlorMa Pbml Agl. SIS TVsss Bay Straws. Jacksonville. V,
8 i62 m.
p.
BLEEPING CAR SERVICE.Nos. aw* GULP. W.A.TUar. g.H.HABD

.88 and 88 Fast Mall,Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and thet.Clnolnnatl wlllS riVo -vfaargateiVaa "iua.
Sleeper via Ashevllle. 4aMe*
Nos.37 and 38 carry throngh sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In oonneotlon with
8 and M and t and 14 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. May I. iSosVI'fl
.8*carries sleeper from Jacksonville to Atlanta and Chattanooga. This Is brought to
Jacksonville by No.33.
All bagtrage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will ttlU be sold at the city ticket
ofSoe,2M ICocan Street, as well aa at the Union depot ticket office.R. .
If.CAMPBELL.Passenger Agent. J. It. MARSHALL,Ticket Agent,Sftt W Bay St., oor.
Rogan.Jacksonville? WALTErTooLEMAN,Gea'l Traveling A rent,Jacksonville.
O. St. HOLDKN,T.P.A.,St.Augmstlae, Fla. A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pass. Agent.


do JOB PRINTING ol all kinds, and Guarantee Satisfaction WANTED-8EYERAL TRUSTWORTHY Pev

manage our business in |V W would esteem }he> favor Ifoariettders
their own and nearby eonatlee. It Is mainly when writing'or
as to Prices and Quality of Work.JSend oflloe work conducted at borne. Salary straight moreharKllse calling upon
3900 a year and s pansea definite. bonaSde. no oor advertisers to parehaso ,
more,aa less salary. Monthly 978. References. etc., would mention tho Advocate.

us a Trial Order. Deed Blanks Kept In Stock. Enclose S.Heat atlf-aiUI-eased, Presto Dept.atamped M.Chlaago.envelope. Herbert







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INDIAN RIVKK ADVOCATE. NOVEMBER 11,4808.HOTEfcS .



All4he-year-round. JSST PA1>M BEACH. NEW USES FOR X RAY8. MOCIKTIES, KTO.


INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.
*w Poaelfcle t Bualst > ! **
Blood Vaoaele.A Drill at the Armory, over county jail,every
am
ATLANTA, OA. Seminole Hotel fua.kUy evening In the monthato'clock.C. .
*I? new application of the X rays, K. 8TKWAIIT, aptaln.T. .

whioh seems to obvious that one wonders
why it has not occurred to *ome P. 8. C. E,

OPEN ALL THE TEAR. one before, is that by means of which Areata every nunitay avenlnu at 6:30 o'clock,

, WEST PALM BBACH, FLORIDA. s not only the boucs of tho body, but the at tha trcHbj>terian church.INDKI'KNDKNT .

This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to veins and 'arteries are revealed. The ORDER GOOD TEMPLARS.Tltuavllle .
the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. liotits attached to the hotel, idea oume first, it is said, to Dr.. Harold Lodge No. 17 meets Tueailay
with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Kates, from $2.00 per day and Styleaof Edinburgh, and the first experiments veninir 7J In Frenl>vterlan church.every lubllomeetlniis
upwards; special rates by the week or month. Were made by the Medical Hrat Tnemluy In a h month.C. .
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. Supply association under the direotionof A. OARDNER, Or W. BCOKIE,
Seu't. C. T.
Dr., Ernest. Orevllle. It was tried

first on the amputated hnnd of a 2-year-

old child, which allowed certain experiments CHURCHES.KI3COPAL .

HOMESEEKERS that otherwise could not have

been made. For instance, at the top of CHURCH..

the fourth digit a ligature, had been Service. 2nd and 4tli Sunday, in each1
tied and the contents .squeezed out of month,at 11 a. m.and T:'M)>. m. flumluy achool
very Sunday at tf:30: a. in. Kvenlnir l rayer at
'Wfof Who are Seeking a Home iii the the vessels. The artery whioh feeds the S p. ui. on Wedneatlays. Litany service every
Friday at 10 a. m.Arubdeacnn.
bone is seen between the two bones of

**. fe i South should send to the undersigned the arm, giving off' a branch to each II. F. Broww, Rector.l'RESHYTKRIAN .

bone. At the ends of the finger bones,
CHURCH.Sorvloe .
for of the next to the palms, little flat bones cunbe
a copy from the main *every Buliltatli at 11 a. m.and TMp.m.
seen, separated pnrtsof Bundtty auhool atM a. in., Cleo. W, Bcohle.
the bones by small spooea By observing omit. Prayer mmttiiK on WedneadHV evening ,
united atU0. The piiblio ore cordially invited to at
whether these flat plates are
tend our services.
Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We to the larger bones the minimum age ofa Rev.1,1 HOWARD, Pastor.,

person whose body is under the X

rays can be determined, because medioal BAPTIST CHURCH.Ftenahlnirevery .

i men know that at a oertain age certain lecunil ant) fourth Sundays
ARAGON. ATLANTA, OA. bones have not united. The diagram morning and evening. Prayer Meeting* every
HOTEL have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and foi Wednesday evening at 7:1)0:) o'clock. Sunday
..
The Palace Hotel of the South. shows, too, the rich capillary School every Hiimluy at D:4A: a, in. Also iireachjnir -
Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in tb* United States. drat Sunday at LaOrange. All
network which nourishes the are cordially
American and European plans. .We cordially invite the patronage of the best plexus or Invited to attend.
Commercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks Apply nerves at the tips of the finger) also X. N..Bell. Paator.
from Union deoot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke toJAS. can be saon the peculiar rings or.loopsof '

from trains. Every modern improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled E. INCRAHAM, Land Commissioner, the artery leading to the thumb, by METHODIST CHURCH.
by any hotel in the South. Free Bus meets aU trains. Kates, American plan, the thumb be extended
(2 50 to*4.50 per day; European plan, *1.00 to *3.00 per day.GEO. FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y, which without breaking the.may blood vessel*.: Sunday Regular* at services II a. m every, and first 7:00: third p. m.Sunday and fourth

Wi COLLIER, Jr., Manager. > School every Sunday at 10 s o a., m.Epworth
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MANIER . The astonishing progress. recently L ague each Sunday at :!M>p.m. Prayer roMVIng -
made.ln Germany in the graphic diagnosing every Thursday night at 7:0(1 o'clock. The>

of disease* by Roentgen ray* at Ladles'3!p,Aid m. Kvenbody Society meets welcome every at Wednesday our church

ATLANTA, GA. aoem* to justify the hope.that they will service*.
The Holland Rev. A. D. PKNNEY, Pastor.

27-20 Auburn Avenue.

CATHOLIC CHURCH.Bervlee .

from Union at 10a, in. every Sunday, In new
Two Blocks depot. All Modern Conveniences.
Church building, North Tltuavllle., Children's
& LANE MDSIC.CO.Conoyer oateoblain at 8 p.
Mrs. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, m.Rkv,J.F,O'Kovlb.Rector.MUNICIPAL. .


Bates, $1.00 to $1.60 per day. Phone 1C20. .


TOWN COUNCILJ

MACON, OA. Mayor) Adbemar Bradyi aldermen i .Tno. M".
Fischer Kingsbury Franklin Dixon, W. R.1 Knox, Jno. HV Walker, Minor S.
Jnne., B.I.. Brady| assessori ,lnhn Henry:
clerk and treasurer! C. B.
MACON GA. BcUuyleri marshal
ED6ERT0N andcollentori M. S. Jnnea, jr The couuoil
HOUSE meets first Tuesday In eauli
month.
Next to "Brown House." PIANOS. ;

BOARD OF TRADE.

Facing the passenger station, and convenient to all parts of the City. Street Meet*every aecond Wednesday nlgbtlin each,
strapass the door. Choice rooms from 60o. to $1, Restaurant convenient. .month at Stoo o'clock In rooms over i>ost fflce.
CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS. Judge M.S..lone*, prealciene| Wm.Jrt. Brown.'
Address Edgerton House, 4th St., Macon, On.JACKSONVILLE. .... treasmeri J, O. Bust,secretary.COUNTY' .


Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms, 'OFFICERS.


Write for Catalogues.MANIER. SCHOOL BOARD. ,
J. 8. Bnnwden, TlHisvlllei R. If, Andrew*.
Coooa| 8.r,Ollilis, Melbourne.

Hotel Placid Jamiary 1894In A LANE MUSIC COMPANY,

24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.CrOINO COUNTY COMMISSIONERS.W. .
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west H. Bharne. Bbarpes, rhalrmanJoseph
rae block from Bay.- Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. Mendnl, LaUranger J. R. Walker lltusvllUl

Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains.. Terms $2.50 per day and .Inn.Regular Houston sessions, Eau are Galilei held first J.N.Monday Waller,Ankona.in each %i
fpwards. Special rates by the week. JOHN 8. BOWEN, Proprietor. ARTERIES AMD VMHS OF TUB BAND. month.

bring about' complete revolution in

the department of Internal medicine, COUNTY OFFICIALS*

just as the Introduction of the ophthalmoscope Minor ft!Jones, Tltuavllle, '
county Judge I D.
New NORTH ? did in ophthalmology.' With L. (lauhten, Tltuavllle, prnsenutlng attorney! f
" Travelers' Hotel. tuberoulosis of A.A.StewartTltuavllle, olerk circuit eoarti J.
the help of these. rays
F. Wooten, Cocoa, tu assessor! K. W. Hall.'
. TRAYEL YIA THE "TIFTOti ROUTE. the lung* oaauow be'diagnosed, even Hhuniea, tax collector| John Henry, Tltusvlll*.
treasureri J.H.Sains,Courtenay,
thiokeningwhioh superintend
In its very early stage* The
ent nubllo Instruction| J. O. Fries,Tltusvllle,
FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. takes place a* the result of this oounty surveyor|J.P.Brown,Tltuavllle,sheriff."Have .
Georgia Southern and Florida Railway.Suwanee disease can be distinguished on the

bright screen so .clearly as to make it
Electric Lights, Eleotrlo Bells, Baths, Complete Service. you tasted the new soda water
of
possible to state exactlywhat part
River Route. named ?' "
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. the lungs is diseased and with consider.' 'Dewey

Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers.iVERETT able exactness to pay how much of tbem "No/ What I* It flavored with?"
The Southern & Florida Railway of the Tlfton Route New York
Georgia comprises part and in what degree. Dr. Hurowlta "Ginger. World.

and Is the most direct route to all points North, East and.West, and operates the point* out 'also that the cavern* which

finest Pullman Buffet sleepers;>double dally, Jacksonville to Nashville viaMaoon,' are formed"when the affected lung* become -, Moat Beautiful ''Place on Indian

HOTEL JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Atlanta, and Chattanooga; traversing the famous fruit belt of Georgia, |and the deficient in tissue allow the say* lilver, for Sale, at a Great MiM

Historical Battle Fields of North Georgia and Tennessee.- to pass through and so'a luminous patch Bargain.
appears on the screen corresponding to
For further Information, maps, schedules, sleeping car reservations,' eto., the image of 'the caverns. Thickening
Largest, best, and coolest; choice rooms for summer, $1.60, $2, $3, $3 weekly, write or call on of the pleura and every deviation from The famous Turkey Creek Grove, consisting
Pevator, baths, bell service, eto. CHARLES A. OAKES. of 14 aores of orange grove and
HUGH H. RICHARDSON, Gen. Agt., the normal condition is immediately in*
40 of land
acre* fronting on Indian River
7 Uogan St., JafcksonvlUe.G. .
dloated. .The disease* of the heart are and Creek
Turkey with
CHECKLEY SHAW, A. MacDONALD, steamboat land-' m
not leas amenable to this means of indication. and Tillman
log postoftlce and
PALATKA.iraham Vice-President, Macon, Ga. Uen'l Passenger Agt.Wm. railroad
On the fluorescent'screen the station on the F. I!. C. R'y. On the
ray* chow the sire and position of the place, lying on the west side of Indian ;"

organ. The change* In the-aorta are River, three miles sooth of Melbourne,
easily recognized, and the diagnostician two miles from Atlantic ocean beach.
Hotel PALATKA, ELORIDA. Systematic) *pa4.A Ideal and Reek About 400 good bearing
can tell whioh of the chamber* of the orange trees,
,. striking feature in the management bear* are particularly affected. Stone balance in youngtreest will yield about;
of the new underground London railway in the bladder can also be diagnosed 1000 boxes this year, Can be made
will be the ofpeed. to yield 2000 boxes a year In two .
The only Brick Hotel in town. Electric lights and bells. Open the year systematixation with certainty and shadowgraphof the Servant's house and good k year*
The entire length of the line is6yi packing house
found. Service bladder are now considered necessary and room* above. Oood
Ashing
strictly first-class. miles; the transit service being carried quail,
before the treatment of the affection la deer and duck hunting up Turkey Creek
fates: $2.50 per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families.Mrs. on by 83 trains of seven care each, commenced.Ci fine harbor for boat*; lovely river'' front,;
the seating capacity of each train being with beautiful forest' trees. Hammock
M. L. BARNHART, 886 passengers. The average speed of utti* ; lands for sale cheap. Apply toD.

Proprietress. the trains is to be 14 miles an hoar. Including little Fonso has the mssslss < I* Oauldex,

80 seoond stops at each station, little Fonao, Atty. for owners,

the masimnm speed between stations..tobe Thai Kin Is*why of Spain.his preeloaa SMUBSse'i Tltusvllle, fra.ayoo .

TITUSVIIXE.ciT3Di 80 miles an hour, the runnings! Taking oa so,
first being on a 3X minute headway. fall of palm.
Now, In order to obtain these speeds This is the British bulldog a* mnsio
And his 'Ittte blttte tomasle
.aiT aEsr with the smallest expenditure of cost, ball patriots make him out to All la mottlad

an interesting expedient baa- been resorted take* pap.On year aad expense* dellnlte, bohaflde.'
to in the construction of the tunnels my Ufa that fool dlasass ha* more,no less salary. Monthly 75. Reference*.
TITUSVILLE HaaloM self-addressed
oral bottled stamped envelone. Her*
that is, instead of building it ona Foaao? apt bertK.Hess,Pr ., .at,Chicago.

INDIAN RIVER, level or with constant grades front
station to station, the separate tunnels If It gats a trip apoa) alas. -
FLORIDA.J. Aa 'twill maybe,' I
which carry the tracks are run in a Good and strong.' Parlor.
series of dips, the train upon leaving a take Is meant It, |* won't do a Shaving .
station Immediately starting down an Thin* to Baby
O. BAST
incline, so that gravity shall add to the ,Fonao are loeuflOh

Manager. acceleration of its speed. Each train the frotbln* tad the lamia*
without the locomotive will weigh, itIs Uka the ra bias

estimated, as many as 100 long tons, W* will seel .
Maaslea la a ynlaav thing for ("
all the Year.
Open and with the locomotive some 147 long S Boyal babies \ ,
tons, bat with the"dipping track* only Booh a*bat

100 horsepower will be required for
Only a few minutes each train.New York Sun. And this is the B. B. as be really is. Frlekly beat? tbay tall oa, eanaot
walk from Railway stations Bold a aendleTo
.
Ally Sloper.Tba
|ta rash. *
and steamboat land
Oftslsator *>f *s>a <*alae.M. *poaaai ha ahoald ktok th*

ings.On the banks of the Spoon, in hi"* "Recherche* Curieases J w Mllllaarr.Tnere Who would aaahtOb. haadla mBaby's i S4A: *LPtfisatwl'
far-famed Indian River.f d'Antique, fixes the date of
is law, a* unwritten that
spectacles between the years 1380 and n yet Al/onao, Baby Tonmo, .
=f= a toque should torn up from the faoe.Mlroir floyal yonnkar.Kins .
1811 and say* that Alexandre da Spina,
velvet 1* much employed in mil of Hpaln,'
MIAMI.m having seen a pair made by some other
linery. Peacock and impeyan plumage, Will yon cry with Irritation*
discovered the Meres' and made Will flunk
person yoa orHoroam
a* well a* guinea fowl, have been called With
Italian paint
it publio. antiquarians say that 1UH.
the person was Salrino. who died in into play. Applique* in narrow ribbon :Think of Blaaeo, TorafL
Paado.
Connolly MIAMI, FLORIDA. figure alikemn bodiee* end bonnet*, the
1818, and quote from an ancient man.naortpt aatlasoadthellaatf
groundwork kid well a* satin. Cyrano
hi* epitaph,,whioh says? "Here
*200 lie* Salrino Ataota d* Armitl ef Florence i* among the newest oolor* rich .fBilaJi of Umb*and aaaso yooatoval S. MEADOR,
P day house In the cfty. Special rates by the * ruby. Much green will be worn in many daco,'' WaahingtW
O. P. HUNTIXaTON,' the inventor of 'spectacle* May also Maaataa' aaaatl Avestoe,
Proprietor. God pardon hi* etna," new tones and grays. ,Umia IV>-DtaMoaa.. TTTUSVIXUB, .. FT-OBIDA.










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INDIAN BIVKVaDVOCJlTE, NOVEMBER 11, 1S 8*



APPOINTMENT OF JUDGE M, TWO BIG ENTERPRISES. ROBBINS & GRAHAM f3"W- O. IESIKOnL.L,

S. JONES.Tibbals. (Suocessor to Lovettdt Carroll.)

The Wilftvn Is still forgtag CyproM ahead bompuny.Palatka for. the ...La'WTors... GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All Kinds.
and Jtanquet Tltus ,
Clrand Rernptlon mr and
abo,ve company, to meet the great
ville.Tltusvile continued demand for their cypress lumber WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patronage Solicited.
was all en fete on Friday afternoon has been obliged to re-build and extend FLORIDA.
last, in honor of the appointment their extensive plant. These mills UNITED STATES COURTS. ,
of the lion. M. S. Jones, of this are now the largest In the, South, the
place, for Judge of the Seventh judicial new buildings being three stories high "
Circuit of Florida. The Judge had been and covers about three acres" of ground. Famished BZESaID" ds IBEO.
AsS
'ion.FiiiiKiim Title IEnil
Tba Anheuser-Busch Brewing spending a few days In Jacksonville, and The machinery which Is nearly all now, ABSTRACTS of -

and llottlecl Hoor.Snlil on his teturn to town, was muoh surprised and of the latest improvement* Is run BMard and Dade Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries
fit.Louis Kug to find a big crowd of our townspeople by two powerful engines and two tubular for Lands In Groceries, Grain. Hay, Fruit

by Ngu.Lnrtoy A Mnllow, Titimvllle, Fla.Ky at the railway itatlon, who were boilers' of 350 horse power, and is Food Pioducts of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground
Mr J 1).C'rahli,Conns. Kill.y there for the purpose of giving him capable of turning out 100,000 feet of Counties.We And the only bouse on Indian River dealing exclusively
Fla. We are i
Mr\V, J. ruckor, Kurt Pierce sawed and dressed lumber, 75,900 shingles Food and Wheat. and solicit
hearty congratulations. abo/o line of goods. We invite y6ur correspondence yourpntronaw
the
About
.JOSEPH ZAPF... The Indian litver Band, under the and 45,000 laths per day.immense Very truly, K. L. BRADY & BRO., Tltusville. Fla.Losloy .
.. this
employed by
Iond, Tship of Mr. W. E. Youngs, was also 100 men are List
present to meet the Judge on bis return concern.A have a large
Wholesale Beer and Liquors. ,and discoursed sweet music. From cursory glance around by an Advocate owned by
the station Judge Jones was escorted to representative showed that the of Lands

West Hay Street, the Opera house, riding In a gallydeoorated Wilson Cypress Co. has some big orders <& Motlora (
carriage, drawn by two noble and on hand, one being to load three large, ourselves and clients. ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. hlgh-spliited steeds, who were also fitted three-masted schooners with lumber,
out In regalia attire, as well as the sable- etc., for the north. To facilitate their Price for unimproved (Successors to LQSLEY, RRNAKER & CO.)
R.TkoMASXJ colored iliiver. The band having performed Immense and Increasing business, they
HENRY several appreciated selections, have added about a mile of railroad lands$3tolt)0 Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Wliisiies,

Colonel D, L. Gaulden in one of his track Into their yards, so that lumber, Ales and Stoat.A
Beers .
....LA VILLA PHARMACY. usual fiowery speeches introduced the shingles, lath, etc., can be bandied with of acre.WE Bottled ,
Judge to the large and enthusiastic assemblage. great dispatch. They take great care the per Lin of Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tables.
all Kinds ot their horses, for this company has First-class
Keeps Judge Jones was so taken by surprise largest and most comfortable stables Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall
Pare Drags, Fancy and Toilet Articles. by the grand reception tendered him, and barns in any part of tho south. have a few Residence, Orange orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY& MOTLOW, TltusvilleFla.

that at Hist he was at a loss for words TUB BEJ.DON CYPRESS DOOR COMPASTY.On in desirable
Prices to suit. to reply; but he was not long in giving Grove and Pineapple Properties
all. lie thanked the other side of the road Is the
801 Adams >t., cor. Madison, a speech that pleased Hind and Prices Reasonable. PEOJEC H.l-t. c3
the people from the bottom of bis heart extensive Seldon door, sash, locations. 3L.. 3Ft.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. for their kindness and courtesy to him; novelty works, which Is the largest of ,];;: Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of ::.[ .
said he was overwhelmed with pleasure Its kind in the south. This factory
know how they had appreciated his turns out some of the finest work that ( TITUSVILLE PINE
to Offices : AND GEORGIA LUMBER
& Suckers j and MIAMI. CYPRESS
hands
Slips the
Fancy Pineapple appolutment; and that the demonstration can be done by machinery or *
for Sale.Abbnkas made in his favor that day would of man, which is one reason why they
long be remembered. alwaysthave so many big orders on DRESSED AND ROUGH.
Golden The Judge's speech though shoit hand coming as they do, from all parts Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Bilck, Lime, Cement, Crates of all description!

Queen, Porto, Egyptian Rico. Smooth Queen Cayenne, and was to the point; and, after receiving of the north and south. Write QuickC.... TJCitxasTillo, Florida.

Veil Spanish. Apply te M toMADIWCK ATTIIAMS, was more invited hearty to congratulations the Board of Trade, everybody rooms JUST* Reading notice ads. on this pag FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP,

of light refreshments, which are five cents per line per week,
partake
to
J "Palm Beach Pinery, M. Brown Vice-President
West Palm Beach, Fla. were there In abundance. After a brief RAILROAD FARE PAID. James Peitchard, President; W.Cashier. :]
C. S. Schuyler,
social entertainment the Judge was escorted Guaranteed.
to bis home at Sunbeam by the MRS. DEISHER'S BOARDING HOUSE, Positions

For ale. reception committee. all the Year to both Sexes.GA.ALA. BAM
The town was gaily decorated with TITUSVILLE, FLA. Open COLLEGF, INDIAN RIVER STATE
flags aud bunting, which gave It a very BUSINESS
Ton thousand acres Turpentine Land, festive appearance. We have not seen Macon, Go.

M In St.. John's county, near' transportation. Tltusville looking so gay In a long while. Board and Room, Ous Dollar Per Day. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

Sixteen Thousand acres In ono body, The gentlemen principally instrumental Authorized capital, $100,000
in this reception
getting impromptu
sear Tltusville, on Indian River, well were Messrs.up L. A. Brady, Wm.M. When In need of White and Rye Bread, Meat Market Paid up capital, $25,000

timbered. ( Brown, R. W- Rhodes, Col. D. L.Gaulden Pies, Cakes, etc, go to Mis. Delsner's East Coast Average deposits, $150,000
CoVlirLAND BUCKMAN, and Capt. A. W, Bute.A City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses,

22, Jacksonville Hogan street,,Fla. 11ANO.UET IN HO NOB OF JUDOEj JONES.Tltusville hotels and families supplied. G. F. DUREN, Agent Transacts a General Banting

Board of .Trade and the
members of the Bar, wishing to testify Business.
their appreciation of our fellow townsman MILLINERY-

the Hon, Minor S. Jones, and for Largest and Oldest Bank on the Klitt
the of expressing their respect
purpose
The prospect (or a large crop ot pineapples and esteem tor him ss a oltlzen, as a DRESSMAKING. Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries,
and 1=3
has not been better for several business man, and for his services "as

years.Mr.. former Judge of oar County and Probate DIRECTORS:

and Mrs. Saeger, of Ankonn, were Court, gave a banquet in his honor at, a jAS.PmTOHABDW.B.BAMIKTrPre( i H
J
Jacksonville)
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Wateis, the Board of Trade rooms on Tuesday the National Vice-President Bank ot National Banket
X intuit (
en bunday. night, .Nov. 8 h. At the invitation ot Jacksonville), and W. M. Bbowk.
the committee, It was participated in bya .
Archdeacon H. F. Drown held regular large number of our citizens,,who enjoyed National CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard Bank of New York in*
services In the Eptsoopal church Sunday the light and palatablo refreshments NaUoaal Bank of Jacksonville. 20Tcirrust
morning and evening to a large congregation. provided; and, after a few hours Tltusville, 3Florida. .
of soolal Intercourse and conversation, vxiLjCiE:, ir'iv...

Mr. Edmund Young, 'of Jensen, and adjourned with many pleasant memories
MIbs Posle Taylor, Eden's school teacher, of the auaplolous occasion.
spent Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Capt. J.II. THE STATE COLLEGE

Andrews'. The appointment lata on Wednesday Attention. !

Miss Susie Summers spend Sunday at"Mr. afternoon of the Hon. Minor S. Jones, ofTltusville Fla. .
II. Y. Whipple's, of Eden, as the to fill! tho unexpired term of Lake City, ,
uest of Mrs. Whipple's nlooe, Miss Judge Broome, deoeasod, abruptly terminates education
adger, of Georgia.Mr. the contest for the Judgeship Offers to both sexes a good and WE ARE HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
the lines of modern thought
lietween the East and West coast. along
Harrison, of Waveland, paid Tibbals Judge Jones had the endoisement ofBrevard activity. -
a Hying vlsltf In his fine sailing Dade and Osceola. The counties Scientific, Literary, Military and Industrial
yaoht Sunday last. He was elated with of Orange, Volusia and Lake had Orders Solicited. Satisfaction departments. Most complete Paints Hardware Tin

his success In winning the yaoht race attuo endorsed Judge J. P. Beggs, but they Guaranteed.tVIrs. outfit ot apparatus. Expenses reduced ,
,
club on Saturday.Mrs. were handicapped by the fact that Judge to a minimum. Shorthand, Telegraphy,

O. Saunders, of lluzton, was In Begga himself bad also endorsed Judge Helen W. Reynolds, Book-keeping taught free.
this ptaoe Monday looking after her Jones. The action of these oounties In Tltusville, Fla. Send for a new catalogue to, ware Ammunition Fishing Tackle Agricultural

pinery. Mrs. Saunders never falls to endorsing Judge Beggs, in spite of his W. F. YOCUH President, ,
keep her place here In first-class shape, Inability to advance his own claims, and ,
In of his pledge to his opponent, Isa SOLIOITORa WANTED EVERY. LAKE CITY, FLA.
and has a fine variety of tropical plants spite ," Glassware Stoves
"The of the Philippine. Crockery
that WHERE for Story Implements Lamps
of his popularity and merits ,
a the river front.Capt. proof by Morat Hal.tead,commissioned by the Government ,
Judge Beggs has reason to be Immensely as Official Historian to the War Depart
Geo. E. Andrews took quite a proud of. Osceola was denied the pleasure ment. The book waa written in urmjr camps at ERNEST TAYLOR. Barbed Wire, etc )o( Call and examine our floe stock.JAS. .
large party on his launch, the Lady of recommending Judge Beggs, but Han Prenolsoo. on the Panltta, with UeneralMerrltt A.I.KX HEAR.
Honolulu. In Hong
May, to the Gilbert Bar Yaoht Club on she had the satisfaction of conscientiously ,In, In the the American hospitals trenches at at Manila, in
Saturday last. Among the party weaotlce endorsing the roan whom Judge Kong the In.urgent camp, with Agulnaldo, on the NEAR & TAYLOR, PRITCHAHD & SON,
Mr. Nick Young aud Mr. Floyd, himself had honorably, endorsed.Kltmlmmee deck oC the Oiympla with Dew y, and in the
Begga McAllister.)
of Manila. Bonanza for Successors to John
roar of battle at the fall (
D. C.Mr.
t Washington, ValleyGazette.Hon. taken by
Brimful of pictures
agents. original Tltiisvlllo HTM**.
and Mrs. Jas. Andrews returned government photographers on the spot. Lari paid. book! low price.) bis profits) freight ,
on Sunday morning's train from visit Minor S. Jones, of Tltusville, was Credit given. Drop all traahy unolttoial war
to their pineapple' plantation on St.Lucie yesterday appointed Judge of'the Seventh books. Outttt free. Aililre.. T. T. Barber, EAU GALL1E. FLA.
rlvor, accompanied by Mrs. Bey of Judicial Circuit by Governor Blox- Beo'y,Star Insurance Bldg,Cbloago,

that place. Mr. Andrews is much ham, to succeed Judga J. D. Broome, BRICK !
pleased with the appearance of his pines.Iter. deceased. Judge Jones was strongly endorsed

Mr. Sawyer, of Amsterdam, N.Y. by> the bar throughout the circuit
., who recently purchased Beulahpinery and the fi lends of Hon. J. I). BeggsSresented Save !
You Money
is full of the Yankee pride and his claims for the position; can
did not desire the position
is making many Improvements on his Beggs CO.
plaoe. We always weloome suoh people, nnd, on the contrary, heartily sup- JACKSONVILLE BRICK
as it reminds- that we should do like Sorted Mr. Jones for the Judgeship,
clones is an able lawyer, an exemplary toCHAS.
wise.Mr. gentleman, and will grace the By SioxxdlziB
Alfred Cox had his greenhouse bench with dignity and honor Weekly 20 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Flar
and beds of select rosea and plants thoroughly Talluhasseean, Nov. S. E32SOT7"OSZ:
overhauled last week by our Write ns for prices and save We maie
noted gardner, Mr. Otto Jannoch, who your money.

has plantation place.proved of his Col.skill W* G.on Wlnnns the beautiful, ot this Wednesday, announcing was received evening*the by the lion.appointmont following R. G. Robinson telegram oflion. XjsO'JL"u&9 the hardest, least absorbent and best brick made in Florida.


Minor 8. Jones, of Tltusville, to for quotations on
The frequent rains during the past two the Judgeship of the Seventh district, Can supply np to a million on-short notice.
months have given the pineapple plants to till the unexpired term left vacant by
In this section a large growth, which the death of Judge Broome: "As Judge Fertilizers & j .
will be a great protection from cold, and Beggs endorses Minor S. Jonea and Is Seeds
as we have no fall crop, our pines are Ina not a candidate, Mr.Mooes has been appointed ,
oondltlon to give us a very early oropvas upon strong recommendation of
well as a good average of fruit to the members ot the bar of hie circuit. W. D.Bloxham. Dealer in Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions.jy Carpets Mattings and Rugs
." South Florid*Sentinel ,

acre.Mr.. and Mrs. It. W. Bessey, and E. A.Irland it you need a Stove write for prices.

and family spent Sunday afternoon Judge MlnorS, Jones, of Tltusville, THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES.
with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris ot has been appointed by Governor Blox
this place. Mr. Harris has one of the ham Judge of the Seventh Judicial
as
finest Holds of two year old pines between Circuit of Florida, to fill the unexpired of Life Time Fall Patterns are now being received,
Foit pierce and St Lucie river. term ot the late Judge Broome. The Chance a
Ills neighbors look at it with one eye appointment was mads Tuesday, and Awnings and Linoleums
a Specialty.H.
shot. was announced here in '* telegram to'ol. .

Miss Tula Parham, of Stlnson, Ot., < R, p. Robinson from Governor
who will teach at Waveland, spent Saturday Bloxham, which read: "As Judge Beggs .A magnificent property will be sold at a. ... E. CLARK,
and Sunday with Mrs. J, T.Waters. endorses Minor S. Jones, and la not acandidate. ... St..
38 West Bay
Miss Paxham's visit to this Mr. Jones has been appointed r"laESTAHLiamcft
lace was much appreciated, as she Is avery upon strong recommendation of the bar Jacksonville,
intelligent and accomplished young of bis circuit." Orlando Star. GENUINE BARGAIN.

lady, and the patrons of Waveland
school I* very fortunate in securing her Minor S. Jonea, ot Brevard county, ma.Wm. .
as teacher. has been appointed Judge of the Seventh

The opening ot the county road along Judicial Circuit, vloe Judge About eight acres of Grove In as fine oondltlon as any on Indian River, containing A. BOURS & CO .
the river front from Eden to Fort Pleroe Broome, deceased, nis opponent. Lawyer comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest PackingHouse
has opened a trade with the latter place Beggs of Orlando, had a> strong endorsement a FERTILIZERS.w .
and Increased commerce with suoh a and the appointment does In Brevard County. GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND
rapidity that It has aroused the pride ot not by any means meet the approbation Situated about mid-way between Rookledge and Cocoa; Convenient to the
make f the bar of that circuit. Tampa Mornying ?**' By StreJ JACKSONVrLLK, FLORIDA.
the people and all are. trying to v> Churches, Stores, etc, of both* a u of B J
the Lest appearance possible. Even oar Tribune. apply to *nd' only best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock "
For farther particulars, brlg"
County Commissioner, who worked so GOODYKAB tent EX' Wh"** Gru Me I Co*** S MeiL both ,
faithful to get the rood through, said: Mr. Geo. B. Rumpa, of Miami, WALTER BtL! J! 8UU "gwU**WTjrgert-AnenFertlU erC "Hy George, I had to get out before after spending a few days in Tltusville, > D pUA., 3 to 7 W20thStx ""
breakfast one morning with my push left for Atlanta and Llthla Springs onWednesday. v Hew York, N. Y. soperW"lhrS i ?Vy.1 feh"alpha** rota... Kat.lt. iU. Th.es raitW*
,a a trtal will eoarlnoe. Bead tor laiatofc-ae free.
koe to keep In line with my neighbors.


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