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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: July 10, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00034
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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'TIS NOT IN MORTALS TO COMMAND SUCCESS. BUT WE'LL DO MORE-DESERVE IT.

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01. 12. No. )2. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JULY 1O, 1896. P1--ice,5c. I!

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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. Wm. M. Brown returned to Read Thin Column Carefully. -Mr. Mike English Is recovering from IAHOAINS 'in men's shoos at the Eagle Capt. 0, :S. Porter has been elected

Miami Wednesday.. his recent illnoHH.Mr. Clothing Store, Titnsvtllo.Mrs. mayor of Dayton.v: veryiso selection

Lid Topics of General Interest. -Mr. J. O. Walton returned from 'AINTOFF, for removing; all kinds of R. E. Minis jr., spent] u day or on the part of Its people. I j

Jacksonville on Tuesday.Mr. paint from all kinds of surfaces with- no In Jacksonville the first of the week. E. L. Brady and :Miss All no Contractor F. W. Beers Is making: i y

D. Matheson: who has been out burning. See ad. on 2nd page. Brady left for Cocoa yesterday afternoon. pleas for St. Augustine's Athletic AIIII"-
leg and General Oon"l|' In connection.with Send for circulars to Brcvard County School Board motn-
CII\tl0I1'81HI" club house.
Blaoayne l Bay Lake Worth Indian, pending/ several months at Daytona. :SOUTH-EA8TKlttf PAINTOFF ('0" >ers have been iu session this week. Capt. and Mrs. N. N. Penny, of

hiannna and Halifax Rivers, Key Went loft for Chicago last Satrday.Mr. St. Fla. and Boston., Nathan, attended tho sports at Cocoa -Mr. C. C. Pont, of tho Colonnade, r rJlhl'l'lWU
Augustine: -Dr. Geo. E. Walton) will wove from
Lid ..ether Important Point along lie Geo. F. Ensey, one of our candidates Miami to Daytona, where ho expects to I htst Saturday ( Is giving weekly dances,

:Nit Coast of Florida. Brief mention of for representative, has been spending settle permanently. -Miss Orah Toahon, of St.\ Augustine: which are well attended.
Events from Various. Parts TIIOSK nobby and perfect fitting suits, r
ntercutInff ; a few in town this week.
: Clays here Friday last en
through ,
I.nll'l'd ,
In brown and black all the -The ladles! of St. Gabriel's Guild will
f the 'World About People You Know gray, are Choir practice at the Episcopal
> -Miss Aline Efiger has been spendinga onto to CO'OIto speed couple of meet at the residence of ;\1\\'''. Win :D[. '
Lid People You Won't Know Picked / rage:; ; prices to suit any pocket book church to-moirow (Saturday) night at II
few clays at Cocoa and Kockledge. this weeks with her sister, Mrs. Jones. Drown this (I Friday) aftcinoon.ConjrieMsnian i i
iip by Our Society Editor and a large stet fof ( at the Eagle Clothing Store, Titusvillo. ::3D o'clock. I
CorreHpondenti neattered along; theERMI week with her friend, Miss Myra Will- -Our town U full of candidates. for the '
The mll.loIICIMOn Is and Cluvs. :M. has
lams. now on, Conpur
C..a"t of Florida. OUDER Brick from J. S. Smith Jr. various county otlUius, and time Comity'
your It will pay you to examine your clothes, been In Now Hampshire this week on !
Hottslon. Politics
( to loan at less than 6 & Co. Jacksonville Flu. 2oimiilsHlonorH were In
-$30,000 per shoes, etc. account of the 1 lines of his wife. "
cent, in amounts to suit borrower. Is the principal topic on tho street.

G. Bast, Grand View hotel, Titnsville, MONEY.\ We want money to loan on first Large numbers of fine fish are being -:Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins and family -Tho AUVOCATK office has boon well

R1vELRD1v Fla. eMr. real estate mortgages. Ton per cent dally caught with lino at tho end of the nail Mrs. E. B. Wngor ami family expectto supplied with fruit this week-ltd admirers

Eugene Dearborn, after spend free of all expenses to lender D. L. city wharf. leave hero to-moirow for Mountain having! sent us pineapples, peas, I

tf ing a few days with his family In Jack- Gaulden, Tltusville. -The Cocoa Avlluh Is a noble institution Lake Park, Mil., to upend several punches and plums, for which Wfl> return f

sonville, returned to Miami on Tuesday ; and ought to be liberally sup months.Mr.. thanks
,
$ night. A FINK line of ladies' cuffs anti collars ported.Mr. and Mrs. John Goodo, of Melbourne j

I -The question of who lit to be our baa just been received at the large W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, l Is are now sotpplng In Brooklyn, Tax Soles.'

next county surveyor seems to be agitating dry goods store of Julius Kline. publishing; his petition for liquor license N. y whoro the ADVOCATM follows I

f pt-t the public mind at present. Come In this l Issue of the AUVOCATK. them "I cannot getaway; without the
t forward candidates.Mr. FOR first class and pink paper," says Mr. Geode On Monday afternoon, at tho Courthouse .
ye shoemaking repairingcall -After spending a week or at) In town, door Tltusville, Tax Collector E. :

? Sherman Singleton, of Miami, on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue Mr. Henry Egger returned to Miami -The Florida Farmer and Fruit Grower \ Hall commenced tho sale, II:
I Tl tun villa, Fla. Shoes madeto high compliment to Mr. E. !'. which
J a
yesterday pays
: after spending a couple of days in town, order In fine auction, of all lauds upon the ,
left for West Palm Beach and Bay BIs- style. Attorney' Howell Titus, of West Poroherinitslast Issue. Wo understand owners had failed to pay their taxes,
IH about six
that Mr. Porcher shipping
A OVUgri 9ayne on Tuesday. Palm Beach, has been spending several I continuing It also Tuesday.. We understand -
WK have several hundred of carloads of pineapples every day little secured
Messrs. Henry T. Titus and BudlnotPrltcha.rd pairs odd days in Jacksonville this week. I very was by private -
went on horseback from here trousers, in all sizes, which we are I -The Rev Sidney Wilbur and wife, parties, most of It being bought In
i offering at sacrifice; all plain patterns -Our County Commissioners have who have boon spending several weeksin by the IItate.ltockleclJfc.
to Cocoa last Friday and returned the
been t busily engaged this week equalizing
and durable material. The ; Jacksonville, stopped off at their old
s Sunday following.Mr. Eagle Clothing Store, Tltu vllle. the tax assessments upon land In home in Titusvillo the end of last week, ;

Tom Johnson hag been In town Brevard.Mr. on their return from a trip to Miami. Orange Grow f '

this week attending to the registrationbooks .( E. L. Br'ady's new building Is
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THE Indian River hotel barber shop has -Why do not property owners clear
which are now open. Voters will ahead Contractor Hall A cursory glace at some of tho I
.. rapidly.
going;
the best workman In the county. We off the weeds In front of their residences,
please remember this. guarantee satisfaction to all appears to be rushing things for all ho l ls Imbued with Rocklodgo orange groves provo tlmm to i
our cus and show that they are a ,
-Mr. Robt. Pentland: has become quitea tomers. II. S. Meadow, prop. worth. certain amount of neatness P Just look bo coming; nloiiK In excellent shape. Thegrowers 'f l

walker, having,: beaten the usual record connected of their sidewalks 'I aro very much encouraged, and
-MrJ. Y. Miller, who l Is with at some consider their of value
many troves more ,
Tltu In this vllle-a section good by walking 19 miles.from Cocoa to JUST received, several cases of colored the Tltusville Fibre Factory, has rented -Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goodo, Mr. Alec. than they wino before tho freeze. Some '

ducks, lawns, denims I shirtwaist the residence on Main street owned by Goodo and the Misses Annie and Jessie of thu trees !In Senator Hardoo's[ grove :

-Senator G. S. Hardee entertained a prints, cretonnes, calicoes, etc.GABDNEK&. Mr.\ F. T. Budge. Mr. Miller's family Uoodo, of Melbourne, were the guests of aro buai'Ing quite a few oranges. :'

few friends at his home In Rocklcdge.( on SON. will shortly arrive in town. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Wilkinson, at Hock-
rar- you receive a sample copy of the Fourth. The ADVOCATE returns Islandor last and : !
-Have you been to Anastasia ledge, Friday, Saturday Sunday
the ADVOCATE, It is an Intimation thatt thanks for the many courtesies shownits II Tin New Coiitnil"'''''loucr.
Samples of "Paintoff" may bo had South Beach, near St. Augustine 7 l
would give us pleasure to add your representative on the above day. Brovard County Commissioners W.,
name to our fast-increasing list of sub- at the ADVOCATE office, free of charge. not, you should certainly pay them n H. Sharpo, U. D. Hoke, }'. 'I'. Budge, i
-Mr. W. J. Tucker resident l- visit, going by way of the St. Augustineand Mr. Joseph Richardson the nuwl '.
cr'ibers. It does not cost you three a prominent Joseph Mendel! and John Houston have ) "
cuts per week (postago included) when of Fort Pierce, after spending the South Beach Ky. The Ocean Beach been busily engaged attending to business elected. commissioner of the Southern I ,

aken by the year, and it can be sent to Fourth at Cocoa, came up to town next JULIUS KLINE now has on hand a hotel Is open for the .summer, the rates this week. Tax Assessor Wootenwas /States Passenger Association, has left; .

you in any part of the United States or day on a visit to Judge M. S. Jones. We beautiful selection of ladies' kid belts, being tl.25:! per day or if 7 per wvek. also In town. St. Augustine for Atlanta, to assume the I
call from In all the latest patterns.Old duties of tho Whilo
'anada without extra acknowledge a pleasant Mr. ; commlsslonorshlp.
expense. Tucker. -- .-- -- -- -- -MlsII Pearl Salisbury, after spending Mr. Walter Watson, the room clerk lit tho ADVOCATK rejoices at Mr. Hicliard- !

$1.50 per annum, In advance. a couple of weeks very pleasantly with Hotel Placldo, Jacksonville, Is making Hon's good fortune In securing so honored -
1.00 '. six months, -Mr. S. D. Geiger, who has been bones wanted by tho Jacksonville Mrs. Roswoll Coloman, returned to San- many friends by his gentlemanly and and! much-sought-for position it

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. employed in the store of Mr. E. L. Brady Fertilizer Co. See ad. in another ford on Monday morning. Miss Salisbury courteous treatment of guests; while lit with regiet that wo part with a gentleman

at Miami, for some time past, returnerto column.Mr.. Informed us that her father had Mrs. Ward, the proprietress, Is quite a who has been so popular and long !

Titusvillo on Saturday last.lie: says Jas. T. Sanders, of West Palm I' the contract to build the large; now host in herself. Identified with tho Interests of the East '
rST" JOB PRINTING at this office. he is not certain as to whether he will Beach hotel at Clearwater for Mr. Plant. and
was in town a short while Coast of Florida.:
yesterday Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold
return to Bay Biscayne. that they would! reside at that place. /
divine service at St. Gabriel' Episcopal

-Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Coleman and -Mr. J. E. Fultz, candidate for tho -Mr. and Mrs.\ V, T. Badge and little church on Sunday next, time 1 -You find interesting oiith of Edward Hiuidor
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can always some
matter inside Mrs. A. W. :Sweet::! left Jacksonville yes- office of county clerk, paid his respects Miss Stella came up from Miami on Friday :. at 11 a. m. and 7:30: I'. m. Holy com- '
reading on our pages terday for New York and other places. to the ADVOCATE on Monday.Mr. last on a visit to Capt. and Mrs. munion will bo administered at the -

-Mr. R. F. Hall spent a day or so at They expect to return in a few months' Jas, Pritchard. Mr. Budge returns to morning service. About two weeks or so ago, the familyof f

|D Land the first of the week. time. Mr. and Mrs. Coleman will spend Wm. Wentworth, a prominent Miami to-day or to-morrow, leaving Mrs. \hr. J. M. Sanders, of C'ocoa, vvoio at
some time at Clifton, N. J. resident of Minneapolis Minn., passedthrough Budge and family In town for a short -Tho numerous rain showers we have Cocoa Beach, and Master Edward Sanders
-Mr. G. Cary-Elwes returned from of had this week has made the atmospherecool H
here
tho end last week
his -Candidates for public offices were ( on while longer.; Mrs. Budge l Is quite a was playing on a truck car, when It .
I Orlando and Time absonco of the
trip Monday.The pleasant.
on his to Melbourne.Mr. .
way in town and her friends jumped) the track he lifted It back !ii
out in full force at the Fourth of July stranger many troublesome mosquito has been noted ; upon
Hon. W. R. Sanders, of Court-: sports at Cocoa. We believe they were Arthur T. Feaster Is certainly a have been giving her a glad< welcome with pleasure of late' but we tho track and hurt himself, and wan I

enay, gave us a pleasant call on Monday. all present except Judge Jones (detainedat hustler. He again left here Tuesday this week. Titusvillo will get Its share; later,presume carried homo the following Monday. Ho d

-Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Paddlson left home through sickness in the family]) for Fort Drum and other points, taking Letters patent have been Issued for was very slok and then seemed to mend, !'

here for North Carolina last Monday, ona and Capt. Fischer, who had important his ostrich egg;/ along with him. the incorporation of the Florida Souvenir -Mr. W. W. Hussoll, of Cinclnnatus and was on the road to recovery, when I
business to attend to In town. Farms, who has been on a trip to Jack on Thursday lust he became suddenly
trip of about month two. The office will beat
a or -Governor Mitchell has made the following Company. principal i
sonville, Orlando and Tampa, passed worse and died on Friday night. It !
-Tax Collector E. W. Hall and County -Mr. John Brown, prominent resident civil appointment : George W. Miami, and the general business will through hero yesterday, on his. way to seems an abscess had! formed, and whenIt I

Commissioner John Houston gave the of Hypoluxo, has been Savanna Pierce, of Miami, to be Justice of the be the designing, manufacturing and Sebastian. He was accompanied by a broke inwardly ho died. The family I

ADVOCATE a pleasant call on Monday.Mr. the past two weeks between Peace for district 0, DMe; county. selling of souvenirs. The stockholders Mr. Durham, who was going south topurchase have the tho entire) Indian
and Ocala Mr. Brown says he has hada are Frank E. Heath, of New York; Walter YIl1fathyof
of land. River
80) sad bereavement.A
-Mrs. A. W. Sweet left here Wednesday acres poop .
Roy Puckett to town S. Graham of Miami Geo. M. Robbins -
came up very successful season on his farm, ;
from Miami on Saturday last and and l is more than satisfied with the returns for Jacksonville, en route to New of Tltusville; and Leather Blrdsall, -The usual fortnightly bicycle races large( concourse of people gathered at
the residence
remained until when he York and Boston, where she expects to of New York. Time will be Saturday afternoon but on Sunday at 11 1\. m..
Wednesday, from his shipments of vegetables.Dr. new company begins run ou where Rev. E. V. Blackman conducted
returned south again. remain until September or October. with a capital of $;),000. Instead of a five-mile handicap, tho distance .
J. C. Enos, of Enos, one of the wilt be reduced to throe miles. tho funeral services, and he was laid to
-Mr. D. S. Bryan, one of the candidates candidates for county school superintendent -Shrewd business men always recognize -We acknowledge receipt! of thismonth's rest In tlio Cocoa aumetery.
Mr. Jack apporsetto J will the
for the office of sheriff has been In a good advertising medium when number of Pascua Florida manage
gave the ADVOCATK n pleasant : n
town this week looking after his Inter. pall on Monday. He is not taking an they see It, and that is l why so many olJacksonville's neat, little monthly journal, edited and bicycle Ooleman.We: races. during time absonco of Mr. "Advornte"Libel

eats. Ostrich or an ostrich egg around, but he prominent merchants advertise published by the pupils of St. Joseph's The Suit.

-Mrs. G. S. Hardee and Miss Florence says he has a trained cat and rooster In the columns of the pink paper. Academy, St. Augustine. The ADVOCATE acknowledge, with thanks, receipt -

Ilardee will shortly leave for New York which would amuse the children very -Mrs. Del ner and Mr. and Mrs.\ De- has also received: the prospectus of of a crate of pineapples from Mr. The action for libel
brought against
the valued Institution. We have C. S. Moore of Antenna. We are pleasedto /
city and much. Coursey ask us to return thanks to those same ,
places the New coast the AUVOCATK time In ,
on Jersey some whichPerry
ago,
who had friends at St. Joseph's Academy note that the pink l Is not forgotten -
kind In their family paper
to were so assisting many
spend a few months with friends. M. DeLuon
Mr. Geo. F. Miles the til
popular
president representative a
the ten and It filundft. Some of the
during the recent Illness and death of during past years, are by pineapples -
fertilizer. firm cIa med the
-Mrs. R. and and general manager; of the E. C. L. hear of fine an.lof delicious modest sum
Coleman, the Misses little Johnnie DeCoursey.Mr. always glad to Its continued success. are very a
of $10,000( ( ) damage has been settled
Albino and Aline Egger Pearl Salisbury C. & T. Co., St. Augustine accompaniedby flavor. out
and Aline Brady pleasant callers his charming wife, have gone to Natural Wentworth, secretary of the of court. The opinion of several disinterested .

the ADVOCATE the were first of the week. on Lake, Roanoke, Va., where Mrs. Grand Lodge of Freemasons, of Jacksonville -A prominent party of Keywesters -In a letter from Mr. Joseph Richardson and prominent lawyers wait thatno fi

Miles will spend the summer. Mr. Miles who"-stopped over here a day or so passed through 'rltu vllle, Saturday t, ho says: "I will continue to takean judge or jury would award damage "

-Dr. H. Martin, representing Chas. will divide his time between that place ago as the guest; of M
Blum & Co., Jacksonville, was a pleasant and St. Augustine.We on his return from Miami, gave the ADVOCATK attend the Republican State Convention.In glad to receive the ADVOCATK at my new that It was more than probable that Do I
caller at the ADVOCATE office on Mon pleasant call the end of last the party were the following; : PeterA. address." Mr. Richardson certainly did Leon would have had to pay the costs of ,
day. He said he was on his way to acknowledge; receipt of a sample week. Williams, Esq., president of Key West some good work for the East Coast andIt the case If It came up for trial. We I

-Miami and Cocoanut Grove. of pears and plums from the grove of Board of Trade; Judge Ramon Alvarez, will give us great pleasure to atlll keep have been strongly advised to fight the :

Mr. Mr. O. H. Voss, Enterprise. The pears -Please conjoin with us In making United States Commissioner) ; Col. Wan him posted In regard to the happenings. cane out In the courts, but us wo are too
Wm. Treutler one of Eau Gal- are not quite ripe enough to Judge of the ADVOCATK as clean sheet l-
a as
lie' citizens peas K. Kerr, a prominent contractor; s prominent the ADVOCATE their quality but the plums were delic ble. We are the for
gave running pink paper
W. Allen, EII'q., president of the First for another special reason, Mr. J. O. I
a pleasant call on Friday afternoon lou When such plums as those can the benefit of those the
living on East National Bank; and Archer Harmon -Mr. A. Brady delivered a short lecture Walton went to Jacksonville and nettled
last.: Such callers as these make the be raised, we cannot understand why Coast, as well as for ourselves; and it I I. Esq., president of the Key West andMiami at the Courthouse last night on the case ou Monday, without! even the)

heart of the poor newspaper man glad.A more people do not go in for their culture our aim and'wish to !give our readers as Steamship:: Co. This party atop; gold and silver currency. The speakerwas assistance of the Florida Press 'Association .., .

crate of very fine pines came up on the East Coast. Mr. Voss re- good-or better-paper In the future. ped at the Placlde while In Jaclsonvllle. Introduced to the audience by Capt. whose duty It ought to be to i tK

to town from the pineapple plantationof turned to Enterprise Tuesday, having We therefore ask your co-operation to They will probably return W. H. Sharpe, In a few appropriate Inquire Into such trivial cases, and
Mr. Alfred Cox, Eden, on Monday. spent a few days In town with his wife help ns along-no matter whether It be south to-day (Friday). word The sllverlte did not show up Its member from persecution. protech ;; ,f',

The ADVOCATE found them of superior and family.We In news Items, job work, advertisementsor In force, the attendance being rather Our reader will now watch out for

quality, and they were very much enjoyed. regret to learn, from the New subscriptions.Mr. Correspondents will oblige u* if they meagre. Mr. Brady entertained those further development* arising out of the
will Item of
York Herald of Friday, sent to the ADVOCATE C. II. Vanslckle, who has been Interest try to get all new and aim generally to have present In a neat little speech of about libel suit against the ADVOCATE. The
office, that Mrs. Julia Corday, wife appointed agent for the Mutual Reserve parties, 33 minutes duration In which he endeavored end has not come., I
-Mr.
S. N. Gladwin and son Richard them fresh pithy, to the point. All
,
them the
to Impress great
returned of Dr. Frank }I. Welles, died at Tarry- Fund Life Association, In the district upon
from Miami Saturday. Mr. personal items are not so Interesting to
on would
advantage that accrue to our
town N. Y. July lit. The funeralof between
on lying Banford and
Tltusville '' :
Ice bas been the reader mixture aboutthe
Jfladwln's plant arriving general as a Boiiea Wanted "
country were the silver platform to be I"
deceased took Dr. has been
place on Sunday. In town several
this week, two carloads of machinery, day this week, Improvements going on In your__ adopted. )11 .:,f I ,,'
and Mrs. Welles and two daughters visIted 0
etc., having passed through Tltusville Tltusville and Eau Gallle few working of his most energetically the Interests -. tion, etc., and do not "puff" anybody's Save your bone and send them to }he $\
a which has its headquarters
Monday.We. company, business too much unless It Is paid for Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jacksonville .
years ago, and made many friends on on Broadway, New York. Those a* an advertisement. Too free WK: are ready to meet any price on anything I Fla. Will cash for I
many
are pleased to note that Judgeonce' Indian River during the time they were who feel Inclined to Insure their live "puff have helped to ruin a In our line. Our motto II: "Besl pay them."I

J son Wade, who bas been ill forBorne here. They also bought property at should not lose this opportunity, but Interview business besides, where many such for the price, and that reasonable." I ..t !',

weeks past, showed signs of Im Hartland, upon which they had a winter Mr.' Vansickle, at the Decker notice newspaper would please;. one reader, they GAIID.XEB Hoy To the Ladle of Tltuaville. J: ,' I
provement this week. Wade 1 a residence erected. Deceased'. southern house I
quite
a* early a* possible. Mr. A. II. often offend others. We cannot afford
Popular boy,' and him many friend will friends will regret to learn of the death Langwortby. Sanford, I J. manager of the -)!
to for
to glad to aee him around town ere long. of this estimable lady. South Florida district. r ran a than good newspaper storekeeper Just fun Mil Piano for Sale.A Miss Florence Norwood has just ,re- '
no
more any can ceived a beautiful assortment of flower \
hi* food for for less than cost-that I.I fine mahogany for and
square piano' an elegant line of hat' In' all the
Planto and Flower for Sale. For Sale-Cheap. If he want to his debt and act
Wanted pay sale In Tltusville; cost $900; will sell for latest shape and fashion, and begs tosay
honestly. ,:200 cash, or on time. that she I la now prepared to *Mr*. C. F. Fischer, TKusrllle, can supply Hull of 25 ft. naphtha launch, In good :
for further address them
particulars In the best
for those
np very style
StIW flab ,
Three bald eagles; state price. you with plants, cot rose and other condition. For particulars, address, STRAW ., hat 1 PIANO, ladle wishing any work done la this

JOHJT! ROCBKB A SoNsavannah !, owen. R. K. GIBBS, at a sacrifice of profit, at the Eagle Care.of ADVOCATE:, line. Millinery of all kind ,,promptly
Also fresh ben and duck tit Fla.
Ga. eggs. Augustine, Clothing Store, Titusvllle, Fla. Tltusville, Yin! and efficiently attended to. rr


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j j; 2 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 10, 1896. '- .-
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-I Is that the flooding, of the country with could be done In a measure, by placing State Executive Committee.The Florida East Coast Railv

f; free coinage would raise our real estate about every article (except whiskey and following committee Is appointed

Boils to four time 1U present value. I left tobacco and a few other luxuries) on the to meet at Jacksonville at 10 a. m on

room for no conclusions. My position and the In fu- Tuesday, July llth : Minor S. Jones, FORMERLY!: THE
free list speculating
stop
1 Put and silver at equal Alachua A. E.
was this: gold Brevard; J. A. Carlile ; JacKSonville St. Augustine and Indian River Railway
value and real estate would have a value tures, as It comes under the head of Willard, Citrus; J. C. Cooper, Duval; ,
It Is often difficult to convince people silver and ask to Wells Es- Time Table In Effect June 10th, I8O6.
accordingly. Ignore you gambling; and first the people J. P. Tallafarto, Duval; J. E. ,
\ : their blood impure, until dreadful double the purchasing power with both subscribe for all government bonds, and cambia; J. E. Grady, Franklin; H. C. -"=.

carbuncles, abscesses, boils, scrofula metals at par. Then again, Ignore silver, all and trusts when It Macfarllne, Hillsborough; W. II. Milton, South Bound. North Bound
I } or salt rheum are painful proof ot and) real estate loses half its value, with demolish pools Jackson; Wm. M. Girardeau; W. A. '

I I I' the fact. It -wisdom now, or when both metals at par. Now If the value of can be proven that they are formed, as Raw Is, Leon; Peter Wright, Monroe; 8TATIO",8., No31': No 37 No 20IJ No 3IS STATIONS.No' 78. No.32'Xo 2(IA--.\

ever there is any indication of avid being doubled and the value of real : they are Increasing the necessaries of O. L. Baltzell, Nassau ; J. D. Beggs! Jackoollvllle. .. 9I3a T05p .. .. Lv Miami. ...... 500ani 610Ar ...:!.

estate reduced half don't correspondwith : life beyond a Just profit, and there are Orange; W. II. Reynolds, Polk; E. S. 441. Alllt'lIlItine. 11130 a 1125 p . Lv Lelllon CIty.... 1110 a In 1133al
I will surrender. . . LvFtLautler l e. 6117 a hi. .
former figures, 11136 a.
Crlll Putnam. Lv HtAIljlIlItllle. 724'1
my minor details I have not time to .. ,. S52am .
MONT HAKDKK.8YMMI2S other 1.l'ulatka.!: .112. a _. t: 9311aArl.alatka. ,
Impureblood promulgate.Some .... .... 11/111"/ .... .... .... -... . W Palm Reach... 7 30 a ,n : 1 IOaLvl.alatka.
1 .... .. .. .10555/ .... ... ... .....= LvW.Juplter.; 8011 P m .12401''
Jensen 81111
I J AND SILVElt.COUUTKNAV will say "how do you propose to WANTKI>:Several trustworthy gentlemen San, Mateo .. ..Tiiii"> .---- .- :::::: LvEIID .::::: ::::.904 : am m : 8Ar 12 I\

to take Hood's and raise a revenue to meet current ex- or ladies to travel In Florida: for Lv San' Mate' ., 10 00 a . ... .. Lv.-ortl.lerce.... 840am. : 8 01Lv :

Sarsaparilla, established, reliable house Salary $780 Ormond.i ... .... fA . .... ... . Lv sebactian.. .... 10311 a no .. ..
! 't ,..1"I" I.' prevent each eruptions and suffering; July 8, 18110. pcnsoH V" In a nutshell, I will any, first, and Steady position Enclose LvJlaytona... .... 11171' . ..... .. ... e; 'otlrne..1I2.1a\ll ..
should Ironclad income expenses. : .... .... .. .... LvRaliGallfe. .... 1183.II .
h an : 118
"I had dreadful pass LV/Ilt Oranjte. I'
s> carbuncle abscess, It makes me feel down-cast to take up congress reference and self-addressed, btlsfvTltoavlll .. .
I Lv New 8I11vrll..... 164) I' .... .. LVltocklelge '" .
: red, fiery, fierce and sore. The doctor attended the and see that the beautiful! tax law, even If the constitution has to stamped envelope. The Dominion ...... ::1113 I' ". .. ,. .... .. .... LV ...." "" 12011 p \II ...
1 me weeks. When the papers do Second that Company third Moor, Omaha Building Lv ("lCoa.. .... ... eat tr. ...... .. .... LvTitusville.. .... 1250pm... ., .
over seven ,
I' 4 { and healthy state of Florida l is reckoned be changed to HO. now Lvltckledgrhtle, . ... ...... LVNewSmyrna... \200pnn .. .., ..
I abscess broke,the pains were terrible.andI for the science has caused the raising of bot'8esl Chicago, Ill. Lv .:all Hallie. .... 4 08 P . .. . .. .Lvl'ort rallge... \22J Pili. .. .. 1
fm thought I should not live through It. I an a silver state, and I often nigh 1\Ielbollrne...... 413 I' . .. ..... .....,.. 33 pm... .. .
i soil-tlllers'and wage-camera who to become a back number, the duty Lvl'leh..t1..n.' ..... 4117 1' . .... .... . : /) m I
I heard and read so much about Hood's poor should bo restored wool LvF..rtl'lrce.... 8ollp. 4111. ...... II, , ...
{ Sarsaparilla, that I decided to take It and unthinkingly bolster up such an eroneous partially on ns LvEden .. .. .... 882 P .... .. !J18 a ...... Pili.- -. ,-
i ., the 50ct. dollar Is to rob It In a commodity that Is, or could be, Lv Jenllen..... .... 087: p ..... 33t a ...... I' m :. ::: .
my busbsnd, who was suffering with scheme ax LvW.Jllpiter..., 730p .. ... s07a .1.) LvIaytoua..2. -- -
J 1 bolls, took it also. It soon purified our themselves and their families, when if raised by small farmers In every state In LvRiviera . .. 7M! P . ... .. .... a4I n I.p nn m :.:.,:. I
{ the and there other Lv W Palm leach 8(till p .... ... 93/1 a .. ....
they would stop and think and study Union, are many I.v Llntnn. ... SUp .. ... 11 011 a .. ..... Pili.1 .....I:--- ,-
they would 1 wo that it will harm this ways that I have not time to state, that I.v Ft Lauderdalee 11311 P ... .... 1111.. ... .. 1/1/ P 111 7lny ,.
i .
LvLsmonCity. .0205 .. ... ... .5 48)6 .. ,. .. III 1I1IaAr1lh.ml.
''t Bloodbuilt state more than any other, aa our money would not seriously Injure us poor folks .... .... 10311 I' .... . 3211a... A.&W.BRA1'ICH.-'

of such a perishable nature ; As the Iii! to 1 silver fanatics, or advocator -
Worm are Trains 81. 32, 87. and 711 between Jacksonville
that they must be placed on the market I should say, have no tenable argument SUMMKU TOURIST HATES and 8t.AII""t1t1l1eIally.. NORTH OUNIJ.

', me up and restored my health so Immediately, and cannot be held for bet- to sustain their ground, I think! Train 208 between Miami and Fort Pierce 8TATION8. No 2 1'(0 4 No

that, although the doctor said I would It behooves the democratic to nomInate I dally except Monday. AI'' New Smyrna 865 alryIN1 -:-:--
and party
meal
the meats manufactures ltesorts.I .
6" ((4 j not be able to work hard, I have since tot prices, like To East Coast Ocean All other trains south 01 St. Allltlllltine dally .. Lake HelllD 128111' 4 p ..
done the work for 20 people. Hood's Sri of other states, and are, there- an out-and-out one hundred cent I .. Orange City 12 lilli' 83111' ? :
IBM! and continuing un- except 811ndilY ..
I 1, ,
Commencing May
( .
i Haparilla cured my husband of the boils, the dollar man for president then P'ItyJunc 13M1p 33111'
fcM-o governed by the immediate supply on til "Hi'pt. 30. IHIHI, round-trip tickets will lie sold
l ; and we regard it a wonderful medicine.5Msa. St. Augustine, urinoml l. Daytona and New' SOUTH BOUND.STATIONS. .
to e
will find "what's
+ I : ANNA PETERSON, Latioier, Kanllal.L and demand; and as the constant iiicronse the republicans that's Smyrna at rates shown below. ; tickets to be
a ; of fruits and vegetables is a serious the matter with Itnnna" Is that he has limited to October 21 1896.!! Tickets for. childrenbetween "' No 3 No.I No' Nu
twelve, of will besold
rive and years a"e.|
draw-back! to our welfare, It Is not nut the "greatest show on earth," but at ono-half these rates, 'each coupon. to Lv New Smyrna 0M1p' O -
Hood'sSarsaparilla ,simply, a Punch and Judy show, that be marked or punched "54." Lake Helen 2 541510' l\IIa .
Ht nil likely that the prices of them will Coiidurtors, will mill from no-agent stations. Lv Orange: City 8 alp' 1122aAr .
can be knocked out of the box when the
O. City JUliO. 3 4)65' 11 alu' .
From stations where rates are not shown, conductor -
L, Advance to meet the rise In staple nucesRuHes November election rolls around.S. will use rates from station next prsceding

11 \ of life that we Import, and that 1) SYMMES. TI ese Time Table Rliown the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and depart fro.
J can be hold and manipulated to suit the set er ll stations, line their arrival or departure, at the times stated not icuarantwil, nor(d in
m the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising therefonn.
tiono| that neither!) work nor pray for J\lolley Made in a Minute.
{ I I I IhiI J. R. A IKOTT JOSKPII RICHARDSON
I. Is the One True Blood Purifier. All druggists 'LHood's TO ? *
Mid benefit of their fellow-beings, but t-w-PreHldent. Oen'l lnsseiiK AR nt

I, t'i' Pills cllre) liver to o".m III".te.euyto 22)oeuts takfl.el cubic to draw them down to the level of I have not mode loss than sixteen dollal's I I I
P day while selling Centrifugal w
AuHa or slaves, and are fast doing so; any ]
FROM
I i
should
Ice cream freezers. Any one yJacksonville.
therefore it Is the duty of us all that The Trunk
make from live to eight dollars a day Tropical Line.
:l1JII 1I.IlI: 6 60 II/:
't" MOXUY: OK UU1CST.JKNMKN have, the gift to write or speak to try soiling: cream, and from seven to ten dollars St. Augustine .... 4 411 8 70 4 40566
..... ... . 130 284) 8 Mo.t
rrI freezers it is such HWltlnl(8
I i j\net l stem the tldo that Is washing us into selling as a wonder
] Palatka .... 21M' 2 20 2 411 8 30I.ILlatk. ()
I' the silver caldron from whichIIII'OY there Is always such a crowd wantIng ... ... ...... ...... 270 2 30 2 M 83n
& West
; FLA. .July 30, 181X1. boiling cream. You can freeze cream elegantly San Mateo..... .... .. .. 9 Oll 2211 2 till 8 25Aspanols. Jacksonville, Tampa Key Railway
( of UN cannot extricate ourselves in one minute and that astonishes .... .. .. 230 116 146 21
11 It Rlilu.IdvljItl'l I"ayorlta." ... . 21111 6/S/ 85 1 etTomuka. JOSEPH H. DURKEE. Receiver.
{ Now, please allow a poor "backwoods"ffu'Wior people, so they all want to taste It, and .......<... 821! ... tIO 1 10Orumnd
; Dour l'ilt'-l nfcruo' with you in your\ to a bit on what then many of them buy freezers, as the .... 841 . .. 411 1 m) SOUTH
1 utiitomuiit. In a tormur Inoue\ of tho AlVOCATK >- prognosticate is smooth and frozen. Daytona..3. 70 411 ..... 7" Table In Effect .Apr. 890. N0ItT1tTlme -
p I Unit the llnnnclnl < iH>Htlon don't would become of us if tho diabolical silver cream perfectly Port Orange..3 3/1/ 7/1/ 411 60Spnuce No. I No. 9 No. 21. No.23 NO. 3eNo.' )
bu umloiHtoocl, and|Hoods to be Every freezer is guaranteed to freeze Cre"k...... ..... .411( 88 60 4(1'fumbull ( ::::-:-:: : :;;;;; .900 P91M1a .v..JAC80NVILLE... .... ..Ar 8 00 a m. 4 08 p tnlhrelMixed \ ;;;;
,i ; Heuiii to swindle should become operative: cream perfectly in one minute. Anyone nay.. ..... 42/1/ 1041 711.. .. ?.. S37p 927a .. ?Orange Park .. .. .... 791am 8 3M P "
I vcntiliiUxl.. For< instance, tho negroes/ first" as soon as a fillet or straddle- can sell cream and the freezer sells itself. New Sm rna .06(1::( :86: ... . .. Mo W'y S47p 984 "' ... .... ...1"001'1"' .. .... 758am 331pInToe. ..,)..
1 1 are utmost n unit\ for the !Colll 1 1 standard, Lake Helen. : ::...: 430 any 180 'tIII' ........ and Fri 101lp 9113a. .. .. ... Magnolia/: ..... ... ... .. 84/Jam 313pmThireirt0Mp ',
uixl don't half of them 1 bug president was elected, those that My sister makes from $10 to $15 a day. Orange City.. ... ...... 434 2 311 2 011 1 83 .. ...... 9117a. ....Oreen Cove 8prlng. .. .. ... 636am 309pnn\ .28ut1Nstwlok :
I suppose ever due would fore- J. F. Casey & Co., 1143, St. Charles Orange City Junction 4311 2 40 211 2 00 .. .. .... .. .... .... .... ... .. .. .. ... . .. .. ... .. .. ......
Haw u !gold! dollar; and If (gold In porm.inuntly :. l hold mortgages! that are street, St. Louis, Mo., will mail you full larkPark.. .. ...... 4M 116 IMI .. .. ........ 10 1/111/ 1I211p 104lla.. .... ..... ...J.alatk...... ..,. .. .. ... lS30am :222pm 825pn
'r 1 76 1311 10 //II! ..... ... .. . .
vHtiilillslu-d as standard, 1 don't cloHa them knowing full well that after 1124a 1I11:1p: 1I11a. .l'IatHIIIII. .. 4156..m IBSpm H.p''
( I think they ever will. If the element particulars free, so you can go to work ( 1 110 1 311 76 .. 1141st 1207p 1124a. . .. Pomona.. .. .... ... 440sm 147pm' 224pn
negro! the 10 to 1 sliver scheme had boon triedin and make lots of money anywhere,. as Hucomer..4 40 208 1444 106/ 12ISp 1222. 11 38a ..... .CrescentCityJunctlen. .. ,... 423am 135.n IMp"
' I wills wall Hticot nnd their !gang of would with one freezer you can make a hundred \ 711 230 2011 1 311 ... 1211I11' 1237a1158s/; .. .....,.Seville.... .... .. .. ... oIllIIam 1191' 15pa435p
: A, very few years the people 2110 22 ........ .... .. .
hrnndud HIWUM| are to enlighten us on If 90 100 113a 1112111', .? ...lIeLenn 81\rlog8.. 827am 247am 1123.
r gallons of cream a day, or you .. ..... ....... 26/S/ 240 ........ .. ..
+ the llnaiicliil.. iiiuHtlon they will And aNy for a return to a gold basis again, 163Fauotlna. 320p 1211a 1211'.11' .... .... UlenwIKIII.... .. ... 3111..m 1241cm 10-l.lu
| cy wish they will hire you on a salary.A ...... .., 860 8111 21H1 216/ .... 4045{ 14/1./ 124x5 .... .. .... ..Beresford...... .. ..... 305am 1230all101 ..
I set of dull and stubborn\ scholars. and their cries would be joyfully heeded, City I.ulut.... .... .. ... 88/1/ 323 8IMI 22 .... 420p. ..... IO7pArl '.v .. .. ...., 1210alll..,
,I Thuro' In iv diversity of sentiment on be far better Cocoa. .. . .... .... 8H 841! 820 2411Bonaventure. .... .... 1210. ..... 12nnpLvJ} .... .. ....,DeLand ...... .... { AI' .,. ..... ... .107p... ..
mind then real estate would Sure IConiedy for Jigger! ... .... 71/1/ 876 8/11'/ 27/1/ .. .. 915ann
the financial gneNtlnu( which( In duo moreto hob' lot of depieclatod bonds or wildcat Eau Oollle.... .. .... 7 70 4 311) 4 11/1/ 8 30 : : ,:::: ::::. : :: :: tn r..Tr8's"::::: rt' ..:..:::: Lv: .: :: ::.:: t 71O a m :

i i iiuvHoiuil' Interest than want of Information. a Melhnunue...... .. .... 700 4 110 4 26 8 64)Valkarln. ... .. ...... ...... .. ::12111') ... .....\ ...... ......... . ,.,.... BO6am.
(r 1 The millionaire\ : or money lender securities and stocks, for In order toeVeb Mrs. Flora Cowart, writing: the Farmer .... .... 836 4 93 01 70 8 064ebastlsn .... .... ?.. ..... 31/11'/ ... .... .l'Iorrento.' ........ ... .. .. ... .... 70l1am.
1r' wants ns scarce na pimBlblo, dollars cut .... .. ...... S 911 650 820 460 . .... ... 8811"( . ... .....Mt. nora........ .... .... ... .. .6411alll.
' : money up things when our are and Fruit Grower, says : "I purchased 30 685 554) 400 .... .. .... ..... .. 811I11' Ar...... ....Tavares... ..... .. ..Lv.... .... .. 680 am. ....
'c' and In proportion to the scarcity two the great potentates and twenty-one chickens three weeks ago, Wondley..9, 4/1/ 606 684) II 0/1./ .... .... S20pe235a'12nm) / ".ArSanford......... ....Lv 200am. \IMam I.loll
j: monoy\ the renter its market value HI money and they were covered with fleas, fifty in 15 8 70 6 411 II 70 .... .. 3211 a 2 .. ....Altamonte Rprlngs... .. .. 120..01 1110am.
and the more l'OILI"Htl\tO It will purchano. stockholders can, and will, easily water heads covered jo'ortPlerce.... .. .. ..... 030 8M180) IIH ..... ... 842a .... ,..Wlntcrl'ark. .. ....... .... Imam 1100 alii.
'" a bunch. Their were Just North Allkona.. ... ..,. 0/1/1/ / 7/1/ 8480' 815Ankona. / ........ ... 3Ma .... ... .Orlando... .. .. 12M..m. 1060am.430a .
Tho roil vstato owner wants money more their stocks and crowd out the poor and I did not know what to do, so I decided .. ......... ..... 10111S 72 700 fi21XII..I / ..... .. .. \ / .... .. .....Kloo'mmee .. ...... .... 1I112am n12Oam.520a ,
t. \plentiful than It could ho under a gold Widows old maids and orphans, and to cut up a small piece of plug, tobacco \.. ...... ..... 101M' T 110 T 211 fiIn/ ..... .... .... ]17p.. ...... ... .llartowJo. .. ..Lv Ilmpm 932alll.
Htiimlunl, in nrdur to bring, ; their propor- make tea and Jensen ..... .. ..... 110/1/ 760 T 311 8811 ...... .. .... 627. ..Lakeland ....... ... 1o 30pm 90650, .
I others of the great middle classes that and strong applyto Stuart. ...... .... 11211 7110 T M 6 SoAlicia. ..... ........t720.. .. . .nartow..... ..,..,. ? t811l1pm 880am.
ty at \par with tho money owner. I don't therein. the whole head. I did so, and it ... .... ... .. .. .. 11M SO 7 811 7 10 .. .... .... .... to ) ., .. .. ... Ocnla. ..... .., .Lv.. ...... t30l1am.
Inserted
have a few dollars killed every one. Friends, try It, and be Oon+ea. ..... ... .... 11110 SolO 8 lIS 740 .,... . .SIlO"lOIJ1'Ar.... ... . ..Tampa..... ..... .Lv 50OpmS 00 anu .
information \ the small farmers and working classes rid of the troublesome Hobe ROIIOlI.. ..... .... 120/1/ 11110 .. .. .. 7 fio ...., 8111.. 6 Isp.... .Tam pa Bay Hotel .. .. 440pm 740am...
things. West CI .- : : To 7 .. .. .. .... liMa /l4I1pAr. ..... ,..1"ortTam1''&. ... .. ..Lv.410pm.71I1am....
of Interest. Tho u : ;g :
t diversity j.tuldlltnmlard i are the ones that will feel the groat turn- West i'aint I: Beach.; ::::: ) 5O 8 ..... .. Mon and Thom 93"1'' Lv ....... Port Tam"a....... .Ar. 23/1 pm Thom and Soo.
would 1)lItIII In tho power of a fow mlllionniroM unable baldness be Lantana .. ... .. .... 1364) 1020 995 92oRoynten. ...... .. Tites.a Friday. 8111'1' Ar. ..... ,.Key'Veot...... ,.. Lv 830" to Wod. and. Sat.WedsndSat. .
Premature
to ci-onto a pnnio( whenever oveithe most, as the farmers are may preventedand ............. 13 86 1040 10111 D 4oLinton .. .. . BidraAr. . .. .. .....Havana..Lv1230pinWe. 'LandSat.
I ImNiiiuHH little dull with them to hold their crops for better prices; and the hair made to grow on heads already ......... .... .. 1410 10 IJII 10 40 9 fill
gets! a by bald, by the use of Hall's Vege Prngrosso. .... .". ... 5520 11 fill 11 40 10 IllS s
'' making; a coiner on\ !gold. and thereby tho latter are always the last to have Fort Lalltlerdale....... 1634) 11 7/1/ 11 11I1 1076Iticcayne Dally. t Daily except Sunday.
table Hair Henewer.
Sicilian ... ..... 1615 111 70 12 411 1170 and, r.'r
bankrupting) millions\ of real estate owners to meet the rise In the Trains 23: and 7S-Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between New York
raised
their -wages Lemon City....... ...a. less 111 00 111 611 1191MlaIllL. Tampa daily.
unit forcing the government to be .. .. .. .. ... 1310 111 M 1210
1650
borrowing for them cost of the necessaries of life; and, now, -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, Train 23, leaving Janksonvllle dally at 8:00 a m., arrives at Hawthorne at i l 143: O..lne.vlll'.

: to perpetually draw] out In order to) produce money another when there Is an over-plus In mechanics No one, $5; No. two, $10; No. three, $15 JOSEPH RICHARDSON, 12:4B: Ocala 105! LeeslmrK. 3:3H: Hrrmksvllle 8:011 p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville at 8:00: p." m'
Tltusvllle Fla. arrives at Oakland 8:12: a. in., Laconchoa 10:45: a. m., Tarpon Springs 3:30: ) p. m., Clearwater 4.311'|
panto. You spoke of that claim an the I\lItlll1borel'8, strikeswould do the ma- GeneralI"'e. Agent. m., St. Petersburg. 0:40 p. m., daily except Sunday.'
I patriotic workers for the welfare of the Trains 21 and 32, through Pullman sleeping cars between Jacksonville and Tampa
) Jo*'Ity of thorn no good.: Now, if ever,
I people; but the real estate owners don't W. It. COFFIN G. D. ACKERLY
J I HOC it In that light. We are are now M the price of labor is regulated by the General Superintendent. General Passenger Ages'

living practically under a gold standard, demand and the number of available -

which means iv panic, /and I will cite a employes, for as a general thing what HARRY MASON & CO.

i similar result, and nature.could Irish cite potatoes UioiimimU are of soiling a- do those that employ labor care whether The florida Central> &: peninsular gailroa

them to
the they them enable
ii and have been, all the past season wages pay

III Ohio for fifteen cents per bushel live decently or not ? Jobbers in Fine Importedw

while they are selling at thin place forfo.ty ':rho silverltes ought not to find fault }f. MASON A CO. Short Line between Florida and all Northern Points.

cents per peck There starvation when! there Is now :five-sixths of silver Buy Street
I Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.
1 both for the producer and consumer,
Iri circulation but If that does not sat JACK Oo'ILLE. Liquors and Cigars High
Why 9 :rlocanMO neither the producer ori ; Everett, Savannah Augusta Ga., Columbia Washington, Ba,
consumer Is able to compete with the capitalist isfy them, and they demand silver, why

i i / In handling and transferring their not coin It at ratio of about 32: to 1, I 1 tlmore Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

produce, and are pushed out of the Instead 10 to 11' That Is nothing, Grade Whiskies, Etc. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Clncinna
market for want of money to do business and Chicago.
loss than swindle-not onlyon ,
a
on their own account. It Is claimed more nor ,
but Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City,, 81
by some, If was plentiful If we foreign Investors on our own
money 'Vhlskles-'mJlOlrtecand\ Domestic Southern Belle, RockandRye....... . ....from '1JM)per :11'I'1 Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
had nothing to sell, we would not lie jiuopit And another point, our mints .. and . ..fromL60pergalsinNItOmlmdOW'k01 .
Krandlos Uninestla peach, blackberry, and peach honey i River Junction Pensacolit Mobile New Orleans Texas Mexico Ca1JforD.and
I ,,,; benefited. J.llt1S see about that. There to coin but a etc....... ..... .. .. ...... ...... ., .. ........ .....from .OperlC"1 i ,
U n large portion of our people who have are of Insufficient capacity Hum .. .... .. .. .... ..... ... ... ........ .... ........ .... ... .from$1.60pergalWlneeV.rt the Pacific Coast Effective April 19, 18OO.FtbuiDA .
small, fraction of the silver that will be Catawba, Muscatel, Claret, etc., from . ...........I.OOloerlal leave JaI'b"
{' nothing to sell, and need, money to develop Clarats- .. t1Ihl'rryJ .. .. .. ...... . .... ..... .... ..... .from (2.28: per case LOWS! New York Express.. No. 38. Pullin.n5u
.,J what they have, or make other investments dumped Into them by the cart-load, for Rattled. Beer .. .... .. ....... . ....... ,.. .. ..... ......... from ll.JO per ilo.. 54r 6 A vllle 7:30: a. Savannah'm. with Columbia Through, Wwhingveq :

when money is scarce They we sUiill be compelled to ro-coln our own By All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. O es e. Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York aniM
rind It either Impossible or very difficult will be when without 4. o5' :w Eastern joint*. Connects for FemaOlliw'
money and that of many other nations, Jugs and demijohns packed in boxes, so requested, ex. O .
to obtain it anti when do at ruin i Arrives Jacksonville :00p. m.
; they tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will I
ous rates of Interest, with collateral but mull the old silver in Christendom and not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble.. t eAcoa / e. New York FM Mall No. M I..,

many times tho moneys value, which In the products of the mines, !and It Is simply Send for Price List, or call upon MASON A: CO., .1 uv.NS Jacksonville p. m. daily for name non JPJ

I the end means bankruptcy and ruin. impossible to build mints enough to 301, 307, 300{ 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 5 + 5i L em on villa point 10.28: and a. m.I for. Varnanulna. Arrive
l t As I stated In a former letter, the gold 4
{ ;'( standard. doubles the wealth of the money do It for a number of years, and the penpie

., louder, which accounts for the millions will say, In the meantime, "we had Y 1 v a ,, Only Line Throethe I e.atlfol Hi

they are spending to maintain It, bettet have left well enough alone." Labor SaYing t Economical I Incombustible I IPAINTOFF. % v V- 6 KMtainbln Country of Bay.Middle: Leave Florid Jacksonville, Fen'sea 5M: *a.>5'e n

mill knocks oft half the value of real estate Tho farmers and laboring people of ar 'I ee for Lake City Live Oak Madison, MontiTallahawee M.bnk0190NVLLE II.
,
which accounts for the opposition t osN. n River Junction, Pengaool
:oJ1+
,; South Carolina sent their great unchristian ? New Orleans, and the touthwent 1II0Xj l i'epe";
to it on the part of real estate owners 0 fornla and the tactile Coa t. Carrie
JSo I claim you and Mr. Carlllo are mistaken follow-craftsman to the senate uav.ess Arrives Jacksonville 7:05 a. m.

r In your notion about people not thinking' ho would become a great statesman o vL _

being: gold t bugs because they don't understand and be their Simon Uollver, but a.oaeeve ry "
It. Patented In America and Europe.) OP y k .,,".'
(
before Leave Jacksonville 8:11II a. m. for gtar
aloe the tragedian appeared -
great
I. 4 < <*>*
You 111'0'el'y voluminous[ In referringto thorns Silver Spring Ocala, OamesvUlo\ :
the senate footlights once, and then 1 i 10 a v le WllrtwooJ, Tavare. APT'
Key
assertions. We will take a Leenburg
ray many I"1
Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of! Surfaces Orlando. Lacooohee, Uade City, rUnt
t 1 peep at you 111. You assert that "Engt hied to Wall street and carefully hoisted 1 Removes all tnvx a 'r Tampa, Arrive Jacksonville 3.45 p.m.
) land the standard and w
adopted gold
and
tho money kings flimsy drapery exposed
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rich thereby It must therefore e5
be grew bait for other countries,, which Is a to the world their golden calves, Chemically Instead of Burning Off.rAlNTOFF" tl 5- JMt

fair specimen of ailverlte'' argument. If I hoping, to lire the imagination of the Map M to .4 sonvllle Cincinnati e 50p and m.Florida Solid" Veetlhule Limited, Train.a ream. 'TI

your assertion U correct, you are the rank and file, and cause them to ruin CtNTrULfMIMUUR w-r' little over :2s'hous to Cincinnati. Vin M b'O";,?
first one to make the discovery. On the their characters and finances but the '. le a reelstorwl trade name of a new discovery In chemistry and I* protected J ,\. Atlanta. Chattanooga Connect for nortfl Ns \ ;"
other hand it was the greatest calamity by letter* patent of the United States Canada. Great Britain and other countries. It I* the result aag \t\ 5s-A' Lonlivllle Chicago and all point
'.... remedy\ he and others propose I Is worse nt patient research and experiment with the purpose in view finding a cheap, simple and active .... .... Arrive Jacksonville S35a. m.
that ever befell the English people. It solvent of old paiut and varnish that would sapplant the old method of burning and scraping off \:
1 has done Just what few millionaires than the disease, as It would make some the ", OIe. tut Cmstctlont.-- -__

are trying to do for this country, and of us poor folks Almost beggars, and do Gilmore &: Son, Painters and Decorators, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have Kaer! 01l4.'I.Oa... Louis.X...... qndr

that Is to concentrate the ownership of the bloated bondholdlng rascals no lastIng given ralntoft a trial, and can say: that in 45 yean experience. a painter It Is the -. .. ._. Chicago.Holly Springslionte.Leave St. P "; '
'acklOo..lle'HMu
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the country In the hands of a few beer best paint remover In the market." J\Iaeoo, Atlanta, Y priMemphis
keg snobs, and reduce the masses of the or real harm; only It might possibly !? "PrinKfl' \ Kansas City. St. Sleeper* wita
etc. Jacksonville) Fla. writes had Louis Chicago 8loo City. Through
House Painter : "Having experience '
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C. E. Hoyle .....
change to x. .. .
people to starvation, and have them cause repetition of the old Black Friday for take In City and St.Louis, "d only one change to Chicago and Bloux City.OOM
: Jacks
33 pleasure
as a practical painter years, great indorsing "rill. 5:33: a. m.
f scattering over the earth hunting bread. when a gold hauls was again PalntofT and cheerfully recommend It to the pubUc in general." 4,15 f" rn -L cal for r..rett. connection for Brunswick.: Shortest and qolckert r00'
That Is the Inevitable result with gold M.-L cal for Tanahaaee Intermediate polntt. Amve jacksonvlUe 2430.
standard countries. You were not only adopted. W. Lansdell, ot:flail, Hlldltch .t Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville, B-IO MaMam Atlapatwo.'. & Pullman Ieepen. rrI Jackson vU .
unfortunate In situation of a point There Is no use to try and stamp out Fla., writes: "Having given Paintoff a thorough trial, propounce It to be a Steamer ror .. Trains IM11y.pLeave Jacksonville. T"'D', m.and ,M f. m.Bino .

with which to demonstrate your your theory, the Wall, and Lombard street sharks, for perfect success, and to be all you claim for it" Pullman'Manate.Sleepers on from all Night Tampa Trains.L7 for Bra.ld"oto. and Manatee River poiDte.

I but ;you have wandered beyond the they lire a necessary evil that we must Send for Circulars and Testimonials to : Bend for Bet Indexed Township Map of Florida to

1' Tour boundaries conclusion of sologlstloal on my circumference.standpoint of tolerate for our own convenience, and South-Eastern States Palntoff Company N. S. PENjnfcGTOX, A. o. IlAcDONELL,

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t valuations by a gold standard Is equally all wecan, and should do, Is to endeavorto '*

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ofessional Cards. TilE POSTOFFICE It OB B Hit. Blaster's Sale.UM : TIMS :

Potatoes

Tn .. OBBl1Ie. W.LTBB 8. GaaHAx.J Ills Sentence. >V.K: and by virtue of a decree of fore-
QRAIIAM, ... '.... and I mile, iHMiiug out ot the Vlrvult ,
BINS Wit reference to the man Livingston, Court for llrevard cm"'IIn a CHUM therein
(wmllnic ,wlitiratn BIINUI Ian'hiug, opinster,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, to whom the ADVOCATK has drawn at- Is cmupliiimuit and rimrlus! U. hi l)th and 3iurpNancylil'th Woven Wire Cot Tomatoes, Melons, Cabbage } ,
his wife are defendants 1 will
tention several occasions Peas Beets
. From 12 a. m., on Friday'sCItizen mill at pnlilic ouury, In front nf tbe court hones Turnips, Lettuce, ,
: pl0mto "The door at Tllimvllli',during the legal hU"l'1Ior .salts
Bougnsa 4 says: business of the United ,
2 to on the lust Monday In August" A 1> 111I01. to the Onions and all Vegetables remove
States Court required loss than an hi h..t alllll.'st ldorforoash' the following
LugvlLLB Bievard Co., Florida. ( i
hour's session dun< ,z nos. yesterday morning, whenan Florida, to-wltt Beginning at 'he l northeast ilFly l
r.mctice In all. the courts- t te and fed adjournment was taken till 10 o'clock' corner. of land of John K. Mint, which I; from the soil. SupplyPotash
the half mile, punt on the unction line betwutm
1,1 I I facilities for examining and perfect this mornini During the short session sa'tleuNGwrtoenanti. ttfuwn; thence run went ., .
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la title. however the criminal business of the twttnty..evon ilmlns and twenty-nine and one- .
t half links oH.ttiU-loo: : '' chains) or lhi.2. loot and
present term was practically completed four InvlipH which IH tbe place of beginning of
; ; & KENNARD, mild tnu't of litud; thence run south Moven
lLLEIt by the sentencing of James Livingston, chains. and thirty-nix. llnua (T.JU chains) or 4711ftuit

I! ARCUITECTS. an old white man with a record, to a twelve to clmiiiH a rood;and thence seventy-one west along links saiil (12.71(road: Sand Nets in liberal quantities by the use

V term of 18 months in Kings County Penitentiary t'I..ln.or. .HJ7 rent eight inches to hunt now or
I: Lt Coast business will have prompt formerly" belonging to one Hodges; thiitu'enorth of fertilizers containing not
at Brooklyn, N. Y. Livingston moron chains and twonty-nlx links ((7 'Jlclmlu )
Ition.LPA. indicted for the building .)or f,<7 fet't H Inchon t thence oat twelve II less than 10% actual 1 Pot
was entering .
linlns and 71 links ((12.71: clinlns) or 837: feet H 'I
FLOKIUA.OK at Lemon City, in which is located Inches the place of beginning, all of said .hind 69<= ash. Better and more profit
lying mulleinR In the north-lnilf of southeast" .
i the postomce. He was arraigned in courton quarter of section Iff, township :M south range able yields: are sure to follow. i
Ju east,and containing un acres, more, or lefts. ,
S. JONES, Wednesday afternoon, and pleadednot Also beginning at a stake situated at the OKI pmnnhletn are not dvor.I.lntr circulars, boom.
/guilty; to the charge. Judge Locke southwest corntir of above ileHcrllxiil land, ; in*'!M"lol l onlh...., but are rsun.el) wm k.,contain. ,.
thence went ninety font nine inches, to a stake; ins lutant r....archu. on the miujitt t ol" luruUrfttUm,and ,,1
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. held him under bond of :$1,00*) to appearat thence north four hundred and seventyninefeet are really h.li>lul tu lurnian.. They ara until Iron h.rlb.
to a stake thence east. ninety feet nine .kllIlI.
USVlLIE, BREVARD CO., FLA the December term of the court for Inches to a stake: thence south four hundred .. GERMAN KALI WORKS. I
trial. The prisoner was committed to and seventy-nine feet to place of beginning con BJ Niutuu. bl,New York
Judge of Brevard County.L. tninlntf! one Here, more or less; or so much F. A. Pellerin & Co
ollnty tho Duval county jail to spend the intervening thereof as may be siimc.lc.nt to realize tbeamount
and of the h
due thu complainant costs '
five months in default of being suit, etc. The Largest and Most Complete -

GAULDEN, able to find bondsmen. D. L. GAUJ.UF.N. South.
Jul3-31 Spocial Master.Master's .. Establishment
"lIe was brought into court yesterday FURNITURE
WHOLESALE
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, -
- at his son's leanest< and changed his
,practice in all the Cunrte of the State and RETAIL. GEO. S HACKER & SON
_ llurlila, and tile United States Courts. plea, admitting that he was guilty of the ", Sale. ,

\0 Box,231. T1TU8VILLE FLA. charge In the Indictment. Judge Locke

Money to Loan. 18 then sentenced him to 18 mouths in tho vlER\: unit. by virtue of a ilocrctof foreclosure (COR. CLAY A: ADAMS STREET,) II
U mulsale, Innulng out of the Irctiit gLI'
penal institution In Kings county, N. Y. Court for Itrovanl county in a curtain

Hall Silas( B. Wright, Is said to have hac.la some- calico therein whuruln KliHha T. Jonks, ax executor Jacksonville. Florida. '
- Freeman Livingston : of the estate of J. W. P.Jenks ducciwcd, I' !
_Hutoiney-nt-Law, DeLiuiu, Fin what noted career in Florida and, according In conii>lalnui>t, and George: 11. Kmtijih' E. V. ,
ltuuu Simon Hamburg, Emma A. Haiulwrg i
ALL & WRIGHT to he has already served the Melbont: Bank defendants
_: [ rumor, and ne State are t
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I will sell at I'lilillo outcry In front -
AGENTS two terms for crimes committed within horse door at'Tltusvlllo: during the legal.: hoursof .
INSURANCE; the Jurisdiction of the courts of this sale, on the ttrst August, A U
Tale, to the highest and best b..Ie\ for cash, the Only $17.20 Titusville to Richmond
_ |'I itusvllle, Florida. state. He claims to have come from following described real estate situate In the ,
town of Tltusvllle Brevard county Florida t
[ the best and Connecticut about twenty years ago, 'to to-wltt
'brio iRoprefiontlnfc; strongest/;
write linesto grow up with Florida' and he seems to Lots three ((3)) and four((4)) In block H, of Cole Via thoPLANT
Vmpunies' ; are prepared to I maii'i Addition to the town of Tltnsvlllo, acoordlnir .
> any amount anywhere on the East have accomplished his Idea. to the mau thereof on record In the
omce of the clerk ol the Circuit Court of Bre
F 1. oast. "He was sentenced, about two years vard county. Also a of ten (lo) feet wide Manufacturers of .
..;;,;, ago to a term In the State Prison for extending across the north side of lot live (n) In SYSTEM ,'
block B, of said Coleman's Addition to Tltus
[sCAnI'm BAY, DAnK COUNTY.: burglarizing a jewelry store at St. Augustine vI extending' from Palm to Lemon street. Doors Sash Blinds
Aim another I tract described as follows,to-wlt t ,
W. EWAN lIe fled to Ocala, where he was
From the southeast. corner of block I>, in said
U. S. COMMISSIONER.Notary captured and brought back to St. Augustine Colonian'n addition to Tltnsvllle; thence run
east Afty feet to the point of beginning: of the Moulding and Building Material.
Public State at Large. for trial and sentence. lIe is said tract herein conveyed being the northeast corner From Jacksonville.Account
of the intersection I : of Lemon street and .
,y Lands Selected; Conveyanbes made. by some of the government officials in Coleman. avenue: from this point of Iwginnlng Office\ and Wareroom, King, Opposite

oiroHpondance solicited. Address: this city to be the man who, under the run north along the east side nf Lemon street
one hundred and ten and one-half feet; thence Cannon Street,
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, I name of Clark, robbed the house of Dr. nm east one hundred, and ninety-seven feet to
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=: Office, Ewan's Landing. his the vest line of Palm street produced; thence : Confederate Veterans' Re-union. '
to St.
John C. L'Engle previous
run south along said wont line of Palm street Charleston S. C.
.I'Ild one hundred .and ten and one-half
produced
adventures of about $500 ,
Augustine ,
- net to the north line of Coleman avenue;thence Remember the Plant System is the Official
,Ild"EORGE W. ALLEN, worth of silver, which was afterwards run west along said north line of Coleman avenue

, l.J recovered his revealing the place one hundred and ninety-seven feet to the Sash Weights Cord and
F'r by pout of beginning. Each of the above described Route ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, where he had concealed the stolen goods., lots of land being. In section thirty-four, In '
township twenty one south range thirtyfiveeast
He la said to have written a letter to Dr. according to U. H. Survey; or so much Tickets on Sale June 26th to 29th Limited to July 10th. Hardware.
(Key West, Florida. thereof as will be sufficient to realize the
L'Engle while he was confined In prison, I amount due the complainant. under said decree

o Will practice In the United States In which he made the disclosures that and costs. D. L. OAULDKN. Shortest and Quickest Route, and only Line Window and Fancy Glass '

IL lind State Courts. Ojun05; led to the recovery of the goods." Jul3-31. Special Master.. having Through Car Service both Directions. A SPECIALTY.

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I ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, PETITION FOB LICENCE.To Notice.In .
ALEX for Heal" Gasoline Stoves.
Agent "Quick

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, the Honorable Board of County Commission. Only $28.25 to Washington D.C.
,
ers of Brevard county Florida i the Circuit Court In and for Brevard ,
JACKSONVILLE AND TAVARES FLA.
Gentlemen i-I, the undersigned, W.J. Tucker County, .
Will continue to practice In the courts wishing to sell liquors wines and beer In Florida.IN CHANCERY : Via the' WILLIAM CLARK, Ante I
Election District No, 9,of Brevard county, state
lot the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All of Florida, hereby apply to your Honorable Bodyto Aaron A, Deflrauw
I business before the United States and grant me the right to sell such liquors, wines Complainant.VS. PIAJMBKR, STEAM & GAS FITTER,
State Circuit Courts will receive the and beer In such election district ray .
your Honorable Body to grant me a permit to Minor S. Jones as ad. Hoofing and Sheet Iron Work.
personal attention of Mr. Alex St. make such we ministrator with the PLANT SYSTEM
Clair-Abrams. Respectfully will annexed of the estate
w.J.TUCKER. of Charles TheoBUI to Foreclose ,I Pump, Piping and Drain Pipe, BathTubs

Dated July 10,18116. lore administrator Verbeke de and bonds as Mortgage Water Closets and Wash Stand

| ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. non, upon the estate of Official Route from Jacksonville.
We the nnderslgned being a majority of the John Greenof Brevard ....Electric Bells....
registered: voters of Erection District No.n, of county Florida and
NEAR & TAYLOR Brevard county Florida, do moat. respectfully Clara Margaret Ver Woo 51/H For.yth trt.Jaof14onvUlo,
concur In the above application, and ask that beke, Defendants. Endeavor
Account Christian
(Successors to John McAllister.) the permit be grunted a*. prayed for. TO Clara Margaret Verbeke i : Meeting : Florida.

Fort I'leroo, Fla.. appearing by the affidavit of D. L. (Daulden
Artesian Well Contractors Names. Witnesses. IT attorney for Complainant tiled In this case. Short Route Quickest Time.
John Cook: II H HankinsW that the lefendantClaraMarRaretVerleke, .
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EAU W Hanking reildes without the State of Florida, and with- Cholce .
GALL.1E. FLA.
R Head Alex........se Totnllnson.. J AlbertW nut England: the United-,-at some States plane and unkwnto that, she ani resides ant,and In Tickets Sold July -Jnl and 4th, via All Rail, Limited to July Bint. Wines, Liquors

P Hatchet C C Miller that there Is no person. In the State of Florida 11
Alex Tomllnson the service of a subpoena upon whom would R. L. TODD and Cigars.
J A Richards Alex Tomllnson bind the said defendant Clara Margaret: Ver- ,
HODGES & GODFREY Wm Anderson belie; and that.saId tlefendent Is over the age llilll Guaranteed Pure

Win Anderson Alex J A Tomllnson Richards of twenty-nne Is therefore, years.It ordered. that the said defend Division Pass. Agent.Jacksonville 16,. .1511tt1,114, Sold at reduced

Manufacturers of L D MettJ Alex Tomllnson ant, Clara Margaret Verbeke, do appear Ht the price
M J Raulerson Clark's office at Tltusvllle\ Brevard county, Fla. y
W T Hayes W W Beecher Florida to answer, demur or plead to the com Ini|>ort tlTofcajr
Alex Tomllnson plainant's said bill\, on or before the 7th day of Wine,
Yellow Lumber
Pine W W Beecher W T HayesAlex Bnptemlwr,A. D 1HOO.. And It Is further ordered .. .
TomllnsonW that this notice be published In the INDIAH from Italy.
A Russell W T HayesBeeBeecher RIVER ADVOCATE a newspaper publlnhed the -
ROVeR DRESSED, said county,once each week for eight consecutive
John B. Togni
weeks ,
Orange Boa Bead, K B Raulerson Southern 7 "-
Witness the Hon. John D. Broome, Judge: of
Fruit A Vegetable Crates. J 9 BellAlexander W T HarbinW tile said court at the court house at Tltusvllle. .. Metropolitan Saloon, 12:1: Ka t Bay St.,
T Hayes Florida this the :2nd day of July A D 11111II.
Lnmber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron Bell W T HarbinW (SEAL] A. A. STEWART, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
T
Hayes
bill
through lading. Anyone contemplating
building on the Kant. Coa.t, would do well to J F Bell H H Hankins. Clerk of said Court Railway. Wholesale! and Ketall......
write for prices. The Sawmill Is situated on the J 8 Bell Jul3ang21 B) C. R. Stewart D. C. -
J.,T.& K.W. By.,9 miles south of Palatka.SatsumaHlglits. A J Green Alex Tomlinson
O- M lime

,Putnam co.JFla. J Keen W Alex W Layport Toralinson ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST KOTJTE. FURNITURE"WHOLESALE (: "y .y:

Wm A Shleppy John High GlassGarpetings
J C Lautlter: -

NATIONAL ====== W A Smith F F L A West Sadler THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING and RETAIL.

W B Spies Clement H Green <
HomeSeekersREAL
Thos Browner CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES,
L R Jeffers W P HatchettJ
B Tompkins VESTIBULED TRAINS.
ESTATE EXCHANGE. W A Hendry J B Tom klns
H A Hendry

J B Merlwether J 0 Chan Lanther. Cornell H. E. CLARK Mottle AND ....... JfOaT. AND WMT.

Exchanging Property for Property a Gee Saunders. J It PoweHLIn .

Specialty. Send Description of what Daniel L FutcbO E Koscbel f*. a. N*. .e M*. 1*
Green Y_ U. .. n.. M.. 1
you have, and what you want. Bevlll J B LuckA 38 West Bay St., All Trades ....,. la',.. roe All ......... B.n,. sad 'VLrh1.M.11 .
H Culver Otas'il ....'.'
MALABAR Indian River, FLORIDA.C. Thomu Danlls W H Beecher
Alex Tomlinson Jacksonville, Florida,
C.. CARROLL Douglas Spier J B Lack JMk'vUte, F.aF.-. Wasa I le p. Lv. T. p 10
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Real Estate Agent. Castle Douglas Alex TomlinsonS dplersDaniel Announces the opening of his Spring ZsvBrer***, F.a *P..,......, loam 1M.. t 1/ eta
r. llfarm, BoatlMrm
t Futcb In tVmM'sJt, ..... IIH p.|llm M p. .
G 8 Tucker L D Meta Stock of select and exclusive pattern of F.C.rr..t. AtlSMtO, .... parLvCslesblsr.ntk'a
W A Smith .......... 1 R p 1s. ter : .... 1 4 9 ass

Ripana Tabulea. W J Tucker E H Rice fine grade Carpeting and Matting. A.CJts1./Mroa**'a.......... .I Iit.a 1Ar ** 9Tn
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Rlpans Tabules cure nausea. D E Whatley 8 M WilsonH '., .. '. ......... 1 a p tr 'C M, r.. s ..
Rlpans Tabulee cure dizziness. O Bwann RUles and Shade In all size and colors. .. ......... lMp.a rq ,1.. :..

Rlpans Tabulee cure headache. J W Taylor T J A H Shepard Corbet Send for Sample and Prices, and you AtPWls'p5 &Paa.a....... .. U Is. .. ....:.;..: : :,.......

Ripana Tabule cure flatulence. Henry OoMiman W J Nan .. ..... 11eaaee .. ... .. ................. .......... .......... .
Rlpans Tabules cure dyspepsia. M C Foutcn will be pleased. rTyr..k

Ripana Tabules assist digestion. ek. "Lsd .f tr. ray." 11 Dsny
Rlpaos Tabules cure bad breath.
Spoons Free to All. ...... ... r.t
Rlpans Tabules cure biliousness. AWNINGS .. ........... I t: pQUICK TIME TO ALL
Rlpans Tabules: one rives relief. We. ""UMra.. .. ..... .. M _
Rlpans Tabules cure indigestion. I read in the Christian Standard that """ :: POINTS NAMED. ,
Rlpans Tabules cure torpid liver. Miss A. M. Fritz, Station A, -St. Louis For your Store or Residence. M 1)1155) .. FURNITURR 0' every denorlntlon. Write

Rlpans Tabules: gentle cathartic. Mo., would Rive; an elegant plated hook .... for prices.. Freight paid on oil order nyseI11Ao.

Rlpans Tabulea cure constipation.Ripana spoon to anyone sending her ten 2-cent M. 4. r0. '.... ,.... 1 RV .... M.' FKTTINO.

Tabules:for sour stomach. stamp I sent for one and found It so AInED-8evenl trustworthy gentlemen 1.1r..W.r ee for r ,u.w N 1... a dad,. TYretgY..._ ....per. 14 ElLa Bay III. JACKSONVILLE FLA
Ripana Tabules: pleasant laxative. useful. that I showed It to my friends, or ladle to travel In Florida for Q.M.stl(t/ls A eAW. U
Ripaaa Tabules liver troubles. and made $13 In two hours, taking orders established,reliable houws. Salary$780 SBBBBBJBBBBBBBIVBBBIIV
cure POT fall Information apply to Aff nt of this treat RailwaySystsai be successful must
Ripana Tabules: at druggists. for the spoon. The hook spoon Is a and expense Steady position Enclose any Advertising, to ,
household necessity. It cannot slip Into reference and *elf-addreedt or its conaectioas.P. be continuous. The rough edge of '
the dish or cooking vessel being held in tamped envelope. The Dominion skepticism are not ground down In. a

WAKTKD:-Several trustworthy gentlemen the place by a hook on the back. The Company, third floor, Omaha Halld- A. TThL w.z oiwr I. It flour, L" *S day. No business can be prosperous

or ladles to travel In Florida for spoon Is something housekeepers have lug, Chicago, ULWantedln ... ,.. .................. ...... e IIaW.e.lfdlll.etw AM; without continuous advertising
established,reliable house.. Salary f 780 needed ever sine spoons were first In 1 ,A 0. W.rlripw. R a ...........a a

and expenses. Steady position. Enclose vented. Anyone can get a sample spoon Y. 1) -What do you need In the way of

: reference and self-addressed, by sending ,ten 2-cent stamp to Miss Idea : = .. 1 envelope, note and letter heads, bill-
Dominion FrItz. This U a splendid to make s wat card eta'
way head statements
stamped envelope. The tag, ,
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Company third floor, Omaha Building money around home. D\.e1n: .l--- : We hall be glad to have a bare of your

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1 ': -* INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4.I' .- because our own eyes shall not see BICYCLE racing seems to have the members. receiving many compliments The Hotel Placide OPi *: -

the results of the work we do-at almost ousted horse racing from :I1891

I' least, not fully. And who may the field. We cannot confess to : ,. "1;.t
f' Office: Washington Avenue, Tltusvllle I ai' td ; know the unmeasured good the being capable of raising much enthusiasm 1 "i CJ;; "" .
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Indian River Florida. : 'N I GOTO O
; #' I planting of a single tree may do ? over a bicycle race, the d: eoev:.:: P .v lib .....

i i As time goes on, and the sun smiles chief excitement in which seems to

A WKRKLY!: JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TUB nllvllr.- upon it, and the clouds weep over us to be speculating on whether a G. "" = 21 CO"""2 r.... .-Er0O
E! : ... f("CO i<:I j.j' OPMENT: OK THK INDIAN IlIVBK, LAKE it, and gentle winds caress it, it rider will get to the end of a race -: = '<:It- S* cat* tlc: **: oo Hiiwm M *i

I WORTH AND 1I1KUAYNK HA V SKOTIONd.: shall spread out its leafy hands without being damaged. We have .C: i-t -... --- --

towards heaven as in prayer, and great hopes that when the present i rt tooT
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FRIDAY. w5OO
PUBLISHED EVERY: a -I -T* u 7
be to every heart "a thing of beau. mania for the bicycle has some- MI f CO O CO *
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1 ty and a Joy forever." The birds what subsided, horse racing will : ; 1(5( U* H r
II. WALTON, Eilltor' IToprlotiir. te'l 1oo.J 03 COSS" 'N" ce MMcMro"
I ('I/A8. shall build their nests its take the place that of right be- .
among 01 !-4 Mt- '" ff Oo-t"'t-
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branches and fill the it the of
to
longs
"' d SOacrlptlnn., palpitatingair among pastimes ::-> i Ii .ooco.l.. ... .... .<.o.iN"I"I. ..,. ""4 ..:.. .<:Iat: 'w*> )' ',
t, ,: Twelvo months, (VIt O with melody ; beneath its cooling the day.Americans. ... Q 03-Ar: rHvH- -- -O' ..-.ii-lfHiH- O g'.. '- ..l1..' '..
/' Six l: 1.00 shade, when summer suns shine ,; .. :.: !-4.

F !' i.r; Thrl'e'" ..a0i warm, the laugh' of children shall in England Celebrate ..O..,1-ooj".! .Ocoo.. gooowt : -v* 00 I*09

,'I i i single copy, ,. ./' resound ; the sturdy tread of manhood the Fourth. O = Id5IS21:; : :Chi o .r: h tl ''fSSSSSefc

t Lr Strictly In advance. shall be heard and the totter- 01

, i'' /;1 ing steps of the aged shall loiter ai .,. '" oy tl,!. rfI 1-> "" .::1 t' t..., <.coOQ.tiN
p I I, The weather was clear and the sun Q) "J- < ofo. .<:1"'1N-I' jJcO *<:1 *W4#
(!I Tlio above rate Inclnilo t the imytnont of pouto. there. Perhaps upon the soft, shone brightly/ In London. The United ""I S M"J. eo:< r>. lrso> u-t* ;:; .co.'I, wo<
G/ 1719494 QCJN
ONj
t 't' ,: a.( HnlwrrlptluiiH can commence any time green carpet, beneath its shade, States embassy, the United States consulate ,Q ;'"j Q I a>:;

+w I i 1"ry durum. tbeyear.plnciintlnuanca. fond lovers shall plight their troth ; the West End hotels and many v.I .. W
" \ private residences there were all decorated I E:"" '"' 8 .J. '"'
\li t/1 I II the happy/ bride shall laugh out IoI 0;; CI '
t ) of nclvtn., mimt bo made ]>urmmally beneath its leaves in with American flags in honor of the Qj !ssSc.J .I Ira .._! ::.:..: 5: 8
trembling
: j } at t>ilH nlllue/ or l>y writing. anniversary of American Independence .. =-1 8: ._ .;;.:: .;e S 2 __ __ ,_ _m_ _ __
:
i alive love. andEngllllh ) -
1 very Joy to be and Per- and flags were flying from American ... : eo: /7 CIn
j'' I haps too beneath its shade shipping at London, Southampton :! = O rb- B
q
. ;, Address all oiimmiinloatl'in to grown E-1 It s w W. B.: DAWSON
,; .:.t: ,: t: wide and deep, there may be dug, Liverpool, Glasgow. and other ports. O (f.r O r-.S.: :: ..; rJ ,
INDIAN: RIVER ADVOCATE The vehicles in the coaching meet hi
I some day, a grave, in which shall
decorated
I I Hyde Park wore also with the
: 1t i i: ) TITUKVILLB, FLUIIIDA.f lie, in dreamless sleep, the beautiful American color United States Ambassador V H.: Wholesale and Retail
,, 3.3 g:
and Then shall the held the usual Fourth of -* ; rI.3
good. Liayard
July reception at the embassy, which .O.Qa; ';; 'Q 'a :'' .mFlyelm: !
'
tree ward winter's storms and ;
summer's I.Siscall
. tt 1 Chock,etc.; may l b. made |payable to CIIAHLKH was largely attended. American and ., 183Ba & I
heat from off that and ace. WINE MERCHANT
.' I II. WALTON,.publisher and proprietor grave, English lliigs were hanging side by side :-. Z Z :Z; O'oOIj LIQUOR
1 )I bend, as in "perpetual benediction, from many. buildings. ,,

i. ; above the silent dead." And so,
!ii-iii.
{ TREE PLANTING INT US'I through the chills of many winters After the boat races, those who had -

i VILLE. and the heats of many summers Til: FOUKTH OF .JULY been upending the afternoon at Oleander 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
,/ I J} ...-- Point-where the candidates for county
the tree we plant to-day shall offices were out In full force-wended
l tremble in the wind and glisten in Is a thing of the pant, but Its memories their way toward"*, Cocoa, to witness tine Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havana
i In
The wet having set ,
{' season we -both pleasant and otherwise-will
which commenced about i
the sun ; while generations come bicycle races,
would certainly advise our townspeople linger/ for Homo time to come in the 4:30: o'clock, taking poshosnion of the
, and pass on to return no more, it minds of the people of Indian Klver. Mexican and Florida Cigars.
I to "take time )by the fore- room above the bank building, the balconies
i lock" fled commence to beautifythe shall year by year, renew its vigor The weather during/ the day was rather. of the various stores and residences -
ti ; and live on.Grander unpropitious, although the sun managed and any other place where they FINE- FANCY G-R.OOEllIES.
town by planting shade or other than dead granite to peep out once in a while to brIghten could see to advantage.
It kinds of trees in front of their any things and make it pleasant enough to There were six starters in the one-mile WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Soodt.

! lota. There are several kinds of is the more lasting monument of a enjoy the festivities. No special preparations open, Mr. Joe Wilkinson, of Kockledge, U- Trice List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

? 1 trees which could be even planted living tree ; sweeter than any had been made in Tltusville. to winning first prize, vapor lamp; and you wish to open an account you must give first-class city references.
I chiseled words is the rustling of its celebrate this honored occasion, nearlyall Ernest Vanlandlngham, of Tltusville,
1'nr shade and profit that are recommended the stores being, open for business, -
leaves ; better than the lifeless second pa'ize-n. repair outfit. All of
L, by the Forestry Dlvis and our town did not wear much holiday the TltuBvllle fell in one of
boys turning
i I formula "Here lies the is
'
I ion of Washington, D. C., among body, attire. the bud corners of the track in the first
them being the cork oak. The the fact that somewhere there livesa Mr. Wm. 1\[. Brown, with could his UMUIlIHpll'lt let lap, but were not hurt beyond a few Wholesale Dry Goods House.
tree that some hand now, perhaps on such occasions not bruises and scratches.
k United States pays about $2,000,000( the day without demonstration of
pass Ernest the first
alas for it I only dust, planted VanlandJiighain won
ll a for imported cork and some kind and so entertained several of
year prize-a lamp-In the two-mile race for
long, long ago, that the living those who remained in town with a tine boys under li years of age, and Arthur we are the only strictly Wholesale House in the
reing.. might rejoice in its beauty and firework display in the evening, on his Brown also of Titusvile, secured second
government worth. Let our people bestir themselves pretty residence grounds; and both young -bicycle bell.
, cork oak acorns in the south state. Give us Your Business Our Prices Are Right.
l' l as and plant more shade trees and old enjoyed it very much. With The third race was entered on the pro-
i I far back as 18.18, and there are many Chinese lanterns artistically hung gramme an a three-mile for local riders,
,I 'I i now standing several cork trees in i in Titusville, for they are sadly among the trees, It made quite an en- but as there were not enough to partici We are liberal men; Keep a large Stock of all kinds

) i the southern states, one of them needed: chanting scene. Refreshments, etc., were pl\teltwalleleclaa'edopen. Mr. Paul Puck- DOMESTIC COTTON GOODS, DUCKS, WASH GOODS NOTIONS,
i : liberally dispensed to all. ett of Tltusvllle, was first in this race, securing -
an far north Middle Georgia. A CLOTHING, ETC.
Quite a number of Titusvllle's citizens
the lambs wool sweater and Er-
;
j large one is standing at Mississippi CONGRESSMAN COOPER."C. (Its band-which had been engaged, for nest Vanlandingham carried off the bicycle In fact, Everything usually sold in aWe

Miss., and there are probably the occasion-Included) attended the bell in second place.
M. has himself celebration at Cocoa, going down in two The 100 slow G-eJ:1era.1.: : !Store
I'' twenty in California. The fact Cooper proved one yards race proved very
of the bent congressmen that Florida naphtha launches sent from Cocoa and Interesting, Ernest Vanlandingham tak- are prompt In shipments. Special attention paid to Correspondence
that the tree will flourish in the
t ever luul. He has actually done morefor one belonging to Mr. O. W. Scobie:: of ing first honors again. The prize was a Prices cheerfully given. Small. orders treated same as large ones.
I south has been demonstrated. The the people during his term than this place, and In Mr. Futch's small sail cyclometer.Six .

r wattle tree, a native of Australia, either of the senators, who have been boat. The trip was rather a rough ono, : entered for the five-mile open, Joe BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.,

4 t is also recommended for cultivation warming seats in the senate for years.It many' getting; thoroughly drenched by Wilkinson coming in first and Ernest 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
the rain which fell from time to time
matters little with the Vanlandingham second the first
t wry ave1'altecItizen : pl'lzeI
E' ( 1 and prollt. It belongs to the whether Mr. Cooper favors sound and the spray dashing over the boats, being a pair of bicycle tires, and the
t r acacia family, and is said to contain money or silver, so long as lie look out while a few of the passengers were sea- I second a foot pump.Considering .
t more tannin acid than the oak. i for the material welfare of his state and sick. One of the Cocoa launches partly the Tltusville riders were JAMES PJUTCHAUU, PresidentV.; B. BAKNETT Vice-PresIdent;
W. M. BHOWN Cashier.
It is propagated from (seeds, which his constituents. If It. W. Davis, Coop- broke down when only a short distance not used to the track-which was not a ,
er's successor, can do approximately as on its journey, and had. to be towed by good one by any means, new shell having
r are soaked until soft in boiling wa- well, no one will be so moan as to deny the other launch the rest of the way; been laid in some placestheycertainly INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
'I ter before planting. This tree will him the praise now due Mr. Cooper All while the sailboat had one or two mishaps did themselves credit in their

t do well in warm climates. The hope for a continuance of the good work having to return when about three riding. They would be glad to have the

i, ,I : eucalyptus is recommended on account no well performed. It is of vast more miles down the river to Daugherty's Cocoa and Rockledge riders come up to (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Floiida.)
' Importance than prating\ about "1(1( to wharf for another rope to replace one Tltusvillo some time, and try conclusions
of its
l, rapid growth, the 1 or bust" or gold. These questions lost, and Its passengers report having a with them. I Authorized capital, $1OOOOO
I r value of the wood and the oil contained pl\Kllaway but good works never. '-Jacksonville very lively time indeed. The boats left After more music by the band-which r'
I
4 w in the foliage. Some claim Metropolis. here well loaded with their human freightat concluded the programme of the day; ('"""'\cv. Paid up capital, $26,000

1 that it is an antidote for luulnria. Apropos to the above clipping, (IIO::!() a. m., and arrived at their destination the dance having been given up on account '-7 ..''i. Average deposits, $3OOOOC
about four hours later the .
majority
of the sad death of the of Mr.J. .
son ,,
A commencement in tree planting the ADVOCATE is able to point to of the occupants glad to stand on M. Sanders, one of Cocoa's prominent I

,It in Tltusville was last week Another recent good service the terra lima once more.Shortly merchants large: number of the people .- -, Transacts a General Banking
i started that after Its arrival, the Tltusville\ : _
by public-spirited and East Coast by Air. Cooper. Last went to their respective homes. As '
: progressive citizen of Rockledge- month he got the Treasury Depart. band discoursed sweet music to the gay rain set in early in the evening, the Ti- Business.
which from all
throng was
present parts I
tusvllle anxious
party were to home.
Mr. Fred F. Taylor-who has had ment to make Jensen a sub-port of of Indian River to enjoy Cocoa's festivities Those lid not return of Mr.get ScobIe's ,

thirty palmetto trees planted along entry and delivery; and the act and agreeably surprised those who launch, went home in the large sailing Largest and Oldest! Bank on the River

Ilutchinaon avenue, leading from under which this valuable work had the pleasure of listening to its ren yacht Minerva, arriving at the Titusville

''I I the Indian River hotel to Wash was accomplished, was introduced ditions........ '.1__._'_ _____,_ .,._ fi 'u wharf about one o'clock a. m. The sail DIRECTORS!
ington avenue, the work being: satisfactorily and_ put f ...... ture A IIU on U1UJV1U the |fllituo was for bJJU the rat and ivil- home was a vory pleasant one, it beinga JAN.PRrrcRARn,W,B.BAKNETTFraetdent(
day
nn ---- programme J. H
remove tllificultieswhich pretty starlight night-cool, and with of the National Bank. of JackaunvillB)
done under the supervision This will the the wheels were nicely decorated, some very little rain and no discomfort. Songs DOKKBK (Vlce-1'reaidont National Hank M.
of Capt. K. II. Rice Messrs. have existed in the use of of the prettiest being those of Mrs. S.:: by the ladies and ntory-telllng by the raoksunvlllu\ ), W. B. GRAHAM and W.

1'ritcliurd, Brown and Brady will Santa Lucia Inlet and Jensen for Jones and Miss the KItching, the latter one gentlemen beguiled the time away very .BHOWK.3 001 OOIIKK8PONDKNTS.Seahoanl .
continue the representing racing yacht Naiade; pleasantly. I-, National Bank. of New York and
line of pnlmettoes entrance and clearance national
of vessels In
while \
Mr. Stiling's wheel, the Later In the evening the sloop Yankee National Bank Jacksonville. 20
and we presume Mr. D. S. Hutchln- and will greatly facilitate the commerce colors, deserves special mention. Mr. Doodle left for Tltusville with another 1 I'rU
i lion will do likewise Although of this section. W. E. Booth, however, carried off the party, who arrived about daybreak.On 4VILLE.FLA.v. .

I they are not much of a shade tree, Can any reasonable man deny p1'lz8-a wheel vapor his lamp-for decorations the best decorated the whole, the day spent at Cocoa

they give the place a subtropical that to sever Mr. Cooper from the with small flags, and the date "1770"cannon was generally enjoyed tired, although, natur- J. HILL. 1[. M. PAPWOBTH.,
ally, everyone was by the time they
appearance in winter, and are far service of the state, at Washington being very appropriate for the occa reached home.

better than bare streets. It is a would be a calamity to our sion. On account of Insufficient entrIes
i for the South Florida. Wholesale House.
clay-pigeon shoot, that
good thing to see our people showing people ?
event had to bo omitted. After the' Are You Going to the Aloun-
If energy in this line, thereby band had played some little time, dinner

beautifying the town, and we hopeto TUB glorious Fourth is over, and on the Oleander crowd Point was announced, and tuhlM ? W- :1". 'H: =::=:..t=.I oo.
went down and partook of the
see others follow the good example -
our people had to elsewhere
RAt by the above gentlemen go to many good things which had been provided The F. C. A P. Railway is the only ESTABLISHED 173.
celebrate. This is not as it should while a few friends were hospitably line running sleeping cars from Jacksonville
no matter what kind of shade trees be, for that auspicious day couldbe entertained at the residence of Ex- \ and Savannah to Tryon, Saluda, Doors Sash and Blinds and Bonders'Materials '

they plant ; for if he be a bene- spent more pleasantly and much Senator O. S. Ilardee, among them an Flat Hock, llendersonville, Ashevilleane ,
factor of his race who causes twofila" ADVOCATE representative. The ladles of the mountain resorts of South and '
more profitably at home, Let us the Indian River Avllah had a tent on North Carolina. from Jacksonville
blades of to where Passengers -
blade grass grow only hope that next year: we shall have the grounds and did a roaring business In by taking this route avoid a y of all Kinds..

f' one grew before, how much BUlllcient energy to have a celebration Ice-cream" cake, fruit, etc. They worked midnight change of sleeping cars in
i! ;\, more so is he who plants that befitting the occasion. like Trojans for the good of the cause, Savannah and change of sleepers againat S.AN' OELD:: h+x..OELxA.

), which shall continue to grow in and kindly decorated two of the ADVOCATE Spartanburg, 10:25 a. m. The sleep-

beauty and in strength and become representatives with their badges, Ing car from :Savannah:: via Yemaasee,
{ still THE: comprehensive smile of the making them honorary members of their only runs to Spartanburg. If you In-
ii' a greater benefit to the
people association. Mrs. L. T. Daniel and Miss tend going to North Carolina's beautiful MIAMI -
,* of Indian River as the roll hopeful candidate has been beam. Eyer did service at the other
I years good mountains, go by way of the F. C. A + +
I i 1 by ? Of course, a number of our ing upon us in large quantities tables. ''P. and Southern Kailway.

i., people have already put out shade this week, and we are sorry to see The boat races came next, and were Very cheap summer excursion ticketsare
that silver men greatly predominate probably, one of the most interesting andexciting now on sale at all F. C. A: P. railway
trees in front and surrounding events of the occasion. In the offices to Tyron, Flat Rock llenderson

their lots and residences, which among the aspirants for olll. e. first class, the Rosalined took the first ville, Asheville, Lenoir, Blowing Hock, Town Lots Now Sale !
are doing nicely, and in time to That they are honest in their convictions prize of $.10, and the Nalade the secondof Hickory, Connelly Springs, Morganton, on

i I' acme will afford a grateful shade we have no doubt but $23.:!; The Kingfisher second class- Murphy, Saluda Highlands, Glen Alpine,
from the glare of the but time will show them the error of won the first prize of $20: and the Peri Marion, Hot Springs, (N. C.), Morris-
sun, we carried oft the second prize of $10. In town, Tate Springs, Crab Orchard
want more of our residents to do their ways. the third class, the Pattie gained first Springs, Cloudland Hotel: Roan )(ouo- A. E. KINGSLEY. General For

iikewise.A honors and the prize <\f- 41R, while the tale Hot Springs. Va.: Warm Springs. ---- Agent -
reverend Arthur-ji-: secured the second price: of Healing Springs;,; Rockbrldge Alum; ,
gentleman from the WK
i : were under the
impression $7.50. The Nemesis broke her mast Greenbrier While
north, who called upon the ADVOCATE that the old wooden shacks on when going over the course the second quier Springs, and Sulphur Springs, mountainand Faa- Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.

last winter, said that shade Washington avenue, just north of time, and was thus compelled to wIthdraw lake resorts in the United States and

I trees were sadly deficient in Titus- Losley & Ilenaker's saloon had from the race. Below we give the Canada.
rifle timetable, etc., of the regatta for which CHOICE BUSINESS AND
and PROPERTYIn
RESIDENCE
our people-If they been condemned by the town council the New York yacht club rules and the

I wished to keep tourists here- and were to be done away with, HerresholT timetable prevailed. R. li. Land for Sale on BIscnyne( Uay.
f, should see to the planting of such but they still)] remain, a menace to Holmes, O. F. Ensey and E. B. ''Wager all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected

trees. There ia something grand, the safety of the town, and an eye- war judges; A. A. Taylor, timekeeper; For sale, ten acres of land on Bi.- Fruit
mid something sad in the W. E. Booth and R. J. Peck measurers; cayne Bay, near Buena Vista. Good and Vegetable Lands on
plantIng sore to the citizens thereof.
They and
C. J. Coggtn F. Fisher and S. F. water front. Railroad runs directly
of a tree. It is grand, because could easily be dispensed with, as Travis the regatta committee.The through the property.,, Price $10; per Miami River and Bay ZDiscaync.B3T .

it is a benefit bestowed upon, far as their utility is concerned, band played a few selections of i acre-lh&lf cash.Address -
I and a labor performed, for those and their architectural beauty is music while the races were going. on, : C. B. CaRr, Correspondence Solicited from A.ctuallDnstora and Settlers.

1 I., >who shall come after us ; it is sad, by no meant impressive. and Oleander those Point who thoroughly attended the enjoyed picnic It at, 22myl7Jul 100 BoyUton Boston, )St.MM, Main Office Hotel Miami, . MIAMI FLORIDA.




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RIVER ADVOCATE JULY 10, 1886. 5'k'

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[ of Agriculture boats began to arrive at Mr. Turner's
Department
recovered
ASK the
beautiful plade:, and the Jolly picnic Sebastian. uVKppptica, blllouaulTerera G. G. SPRINGER
lather Bureau Jupiter, Fin. party all gathered at the house of refuge 1 victims of
[fever and affiie, the
on the ocean beach. The ocean was a :Mr. Geo. B. Hall Is in town this week. mcorcurl..141e..4plulunt
L U a comparative statenf -
following magnificent sight, lashed into fury by Low they re-
temperature and rainfall for ti eending the and We wonder what the Perl'screw thinkof "o"el.3 health cheerul -
tempest scourged:; by a driving Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of
Tuesday, July 7, IHOll.IS0tl I rain the greater part of the day. The the Klnct1o\her'l! certainly they must ( iipiilt. and will good tall "
-180.AX. ._ large:; house and its long verandas wel'ekindly think 1'1' and knows how to .t. appetite;they taklntc '

$ MIN. MAX. MIN. put at the service of the peopleby win In race.. More LlVk.K Iteuu-
/ '
8d 7i 73: 87 87 74 78 Mr. Webb, and such a dinner as was We notice the editor of thu Cocoa and LAIOK. ICE I ::: ANn
85 would
spread have made the editor.hun-
78 87 74 lockledgo News. in speaking of the 4thof Th. Cheepe, Purest and Beet Family
85! 84 68 gry. Surf bathing was enjoyed by some July, said In his \List;: Issue : "Let Medicine th. World I :
82: 73 of the most venturesome<< and all spent us eat and enjoy it.Ve hope he did '

gl 77 85 08 n. delightful day. The young people enjoy, it he did eat It. dice.. Syron: hOUR I bTOMACH: ,
vf ,
81
74 70 Uepreiwion\ :
84 returned
to Malabar and danced in the unrivalled remedy U Distilled Water
84 72 89 73 evening. The big sloop Dora came Into port warranted Heartburn not etc.to ronlnln 1.hll' M single pmtiLls of

[til ratnfallfor the week: 2:13 Inches 'uesdiiy.: She got( aground at Eau: (iale MKKCUKV: or any nnnernl. unbitance, but I.! "

'irture from normal rainfall for the for several hours. Everybody: reported I'UI I*I.%m "'l.t.ll? 1'v\l>L IVtcontnininK Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers \

L < plus 0.05; inches. Departure Cocoa. a flue time at Covu.i. those Southern Roots and Herbs In Refrigerators, ,
which all-wine Providence baM placed
normal rainfall since January 1, Mr. }Frank H.itrh, of Itockludge!: U. in countries a. where Liver UI.OI>H..H moot pi-avail.
[ I 1.10 town to with while It will cura all ()I....e. cauxad by Uaranga- I
us quite ft jiulg- FACTORIESCocoa
inches.J. MOHSIS. F. J. Woolen and J. M. Sanders stay | of the Liver and Itowele.The .
-
Vf, CHONK, Observer. visited the Mon- lug: from the size of his tiunk: Frank mint l of Liver Complaint are a and ,yo cst Palm Beach. '1
county capital ou knows a good place when ho sous it. bitter; :rn i In: the mouths; Pnln I In the
Hack, Side or Joint,often miMtakcn for KheunmtlHiu -
day.Mrs. Mr\ Feaster asked show his Sour Ix a of Appetite; !
was to ; Stomach; > *
Vero. Ruby Moore, of West Palm Isowula ulterniitoly cuHiiva 1"1<11"1) HeR< ;
ostrich while at Cocoa but he did 1"Ch"i:1n
egg Co.
J. S. Smith Jr. &
and Beach Mrs., came U. N.up Andrews to visit. her parents, Mr. iiippcu to have it haudy. Someone::! told of failed Memory to ,donmetladunKnhd'I :\ \ 1 r "ought to ,

I but nearly all on Monday. : It on him that he had fourteen pairs of have been "'onelllebUIlYI) Low 5plrlt, .thick d
few mosquitoes yet, The financial committee found their I hoes. in his room. yellow appvHruni'u ot tlio Skin and ISyett. a dry DEALERS IN -
Cough often mistaken for ConHiunptlon.bomutime
"* funds' in hand ample to meet all the expenses I many of three symptoms attend I
It Is said that thoru
r Wells, of Jensen, made our town of the Fourth, at their meeting were twenty-seven the diHeme, at others. wry few; but the 1.IVKH ,1 i
audidates on the streets of Cocoa on the of the lUeiiHe, snit I If not
his down from I. generally i ut
hort where call ho on bad been way to spend the Monday evening.Mr. July Hli, and there aro only about nine Regulated( in 'time, frteat viifrerlnK, wretchedness Ali lit offices to be filled. and DBA TH will enmie. I
I,'tl'i.Jiilto. Wesley Joyner, of Tltusvllle and The following hig blv esteemed p..r.on.au"atto ww c
Mrs. A. Joyner of Sharpes, were guests The Titusville the virtues of hitnmonit Liver KeRUlntoriOen.
of downho Silver Hand is quite an S. W. K. R. Co.: ; Rev. ,
a number people came of Mrs. Wm. Hindi, their sister, and W. S. Holt PrenUa.
Vero mill addition to Indian River and we ought J. R. Felder, Ferrv, O..| Co). R, K.. specks, Albany
gale of the saw J.; among her husband, from Friday until Monday. to be proud of it. Judging from the list; C. MitHtcrHim. IbIl'ih..rll| [ liibb Co.: Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc.
In were A. J. Lewis and W. liana, OaYVlon. Almnimlir. H. Stephens\ ,
orS Pierce, and G. C. Beck, of White The instruments of the band came way those Cocoa boys toot thplr horns ",". have tented IU virtues pernonnlly, and
Monday afternoon, and Tuesday evenIng they will soon be able to play "Homo know that for Dyapepala. Ililiouaneas and AUKNTS FOil I Will always give very lowest pricesand

they met for practice. They are Sweet Homo." Throbbing world ever.headache.,w.. We tried,t... the forty bent other medicine remedies the HOME IWICK CO., Rome, Oa. : prompt shipments.

very nice-looking, and cost them about The visitors In town. this week ,but none Kiive COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta, Ja. Give us your orders an.ih) guar
end, the ADVOCATE an order for any $ 2r>.tJO.( The boys ore well pleased with ilessra. were: I beforeSinunonai.i'verkegubdor; but tho HeuruIntor THE: CAROLINA BROWN :STONE CO. antoo satisfaction
J. P. Brown Tom Robinson not '
,
need. only relu'veil, but cured uit. -BU.TKLKOKAl'll
] hem. I It
printing you ; City Point; Chas II. Campbell, Jacksonville ANn: M"H ..NU"'M" Macon ... OFFICE: WAREHOUSE:

Mr. Chas. Singleton lost a good rowboat ; S. F. love, Tltusvillo: J. L. Enos, MANITACIl'Hrll' (lNI.V BV t 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.
Banyan. : Sunday night which he left just Enos; Frank Hatch, Rocklodgo! ; U. B. J. H. 2EILIN A CO., Philadelphia. PA. Telephone aM". Telephone 1114;). I.TACKS01'lVII..T..R.
north of Oleander Point and grounds on lull, Faustina. .
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Monday morning It was gone Tracks Tho Naiad had to bo measured twice .. FI-OIUDA... .. .
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Good ICoudi for Dado
about the place whcu) the bout lay In- County. r. ',
mull shipments of 1'inelllll'e still being I\t Cocoa to get a correct meaIUI'ument.Under .
le from here. dicated that some one had removed it. the first measurement she was

Nosbltt, with his stanch steamer Mr. W. II. Cressou and son, wore the beaten thirteen seconds, and under the The land department of the Florida A Fertilizer for Fruit.
ipt. second beaten live East Const Hallway yesterday received
is making regular schedule time guests of Mr. and Mrs M. Uonld during was seconds; this V
I tan, the Banana Kiver. the Fourth. These gentlemen reside should not happen. We hope to meet an application from the Hoard of County
his run up at present. on the Dr. Hentz grove, again on the 2Jud! of February at Mul- Jommisstouois of Dado county, in which ".,
John the popular candi- bourne. they apply for eighty: acres of land belonging ._ "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer
Ir. Henry, at City Point. Mr. W. H. Cresson has ; ------ ---- .
o for assessor, was calling on his spent some five years In Africa, in geographical to the above railroad Thu land I

ly friends in this section last week. work, returning to this country cr.r: If you need any job printing, we In mention contains" extensive deposit IPr1oo25.Oo: : :Per Ton.
and on account of his health. He Is au shall be pleased to get a share; of it. of hard rock, amid the olllclaU of Dude :
Irs. Captain John Houston her want to of this GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........
educated county get possession
highly: man. Their home lain .
ruing laughter, Miss. Laura, have Washington, D. C. I tract, if suitable terms can be arrived at, Moisture! . ,., ,8 to 10 l'er Cent
u spending a few days with Mrs. C... Fort after which they will quarry tho rock Ammonia .I uS! to ((1\ II
McMillan.luito In another column will be found Pierce.The .
an
and use it to build and Improve thu bicycle Phosphoric Acid IV to II I "
account of the regatta bicycle races, etc, tracks and tho roads or
a number of Banyanites attend- In the bicycle parade there were some public. Potash (Actual, ), . ,II to H "
tile Fourth of July celebration at Co- Kev. Mr. White hold services here Dade county. Tho commissioners, It Is
among them being Messrs. Joel handsomely decorated wheels. There last Sunday, morning and evening, to understood, have laid out extensive. Made exclusively from Kilght/ Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate\ of .Soda: lilood, Mono I
,tt, J. H. Jiiigan, C. L. Stewart and were the good riders from Tltusvillo. large congregations, in the Methodist plans to improve tho county roads of Dissolved Phosphate) Kino Iround Tolmcoo !.stems, and /Sulphate of 1'otaxh. "
(;lIl\s. and K. C. Creech and daugh- Mr. Booth was awarded the prize for the church. that section, and, having investigated SQJT": Write directions for using anti further piiiticulatn; also ask for
Floreuce.mr best decorated wheel. Miss Kltchtng the merits of the rock deposits In this copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit We curry large stack! of all Forttll
deserves special mention, her wheel dec- The tradeboat Norma, Capt. Maclean, eighty-aero tract, believe It to be just soy ]Material, Cotton Sued Mo81'l'obncco Dust, I'otash, etc. Wllto for 1 prices lioforo ,
friend and neighbor, Mr. Geo. F. orations representing a yacht-Nalade- has been anchored oil our docks the last what Is wanted to build and Improve buying. We nook tho growers trade direct. )

sey, who is a candidate for representa- In red, white and blue. Mrs S. S. Jones, Few dnys. their; highways. Tire sale for tho above WILSON & TOOMER

r, Is one uf-our early settlers, and Is In pink and nile green, with flowers' bliss Horton left for Melbouino tract of land has not as yet been con- ,
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II known throughout the county as a Miss Minnie Lapham, in pink blue and; yesterday muted but the Dado olUcluls
morning.A sum county The Fertilizer House of Florida
tleman of ability. Mr. Ensey will flowers, and Mr. E. itlling::! In the National alive to the necessity of better roads, are
''a the eyes of some of our citizens be- colors. visit to Messrs. J. & F. M. Tyler's ..eryRnxlous to secure the property, and Jacksonville, Fla.Pd'k .
o tho primary comes off pinery is well worth the time. The
tho land has the
matter
Friday night about 12 o'clock Master department now ..
all in full -
pines and
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)ne of the busiest towns on Banana Eddie Sanders died at his home. Whileat are bearing are very; under consideration. Augustine) : ,
or is Lotus, situated three miles Cocoa Beach, in endeavoring to place tine; a great sight to behold< Citizen correspondent.The } J'

ith of Banyan, "Merrills Island. the truck car on the track, It having Mr. J. W. Tucker has returned from S. Morse

o ring of the carpenters' hammers can been thrown off, he hurt himself internally his trip up the river. XX 1
hoard on all sides. Our merchant, an abcess forming! and breaking inside EILgan.Le-Stll1man faction of .
C. D. Provost has just had built a resulting in his death. This cast a Lots of rain here lately, and everything republicans have been holding a state '

("I) warehouse for fertilizer, crates, gloom over the festivities of the Fourth, Is growing splendidly.We convention at Ocala this week, when eE L ESrr: TE: ; 1
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., and he and his brother, E. R. Prost and much mirth and loud demonstration are pleased to note Mrs. George Mr. J. E. Stillman, of Voltmla county, ,
are each having built a nice res 1- was suppressed In respect to the Sanders Is recovering from her illness. was appointed chairman. Both Gen. W.
lice of four rooms each, with nice verdalis. family, over whose home so dark a Allen and U. B Patterson, of Key West. :MIAMI: : : 3DCK3.0 Oo., Ir'LORYDAAGENT
( Mr. Thlgpln and Mr. Hancock shadow was banging. Mr. J. M. Sand- Dr. C. P. PlattH paid Melbourne n visit\ are prominently mentioned for governor. .

also preparing to build. Mr. Hank ers' family have the sympathy of the en- Saturday, returning Monday. Ills wifeis FOR LANDS OF e
on a visit to relatives there. - .
has charge of the wOl'k.Roseland.. tire community. The funeral services What do need In the way of )

took place at the residence Sunday at Tho Fourth pnssed off very quiet here, envelopes, note you and letter bonds, bill Flol'ldlEI"t Coast Railway Company, "
11 o'clock, and were conducted by Rev raining nearly all day. .
heads statements cards etc P
tag ,
Florida East Coast Canal & Transpoitatlon' Company,
E. V. Blackman, In the of a
presence We shall. be glad to have a share of your \'
large congregation. The remains were woik. Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.

laid to rest in the Cocoa Cemetery.The Onions a Valuable Vegetable. .
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Mr. S. Davis of Vero visitor in
was a

'island during the week. and continued morning threatening of the Fourth weather came with for ,Medicinally considered, the onion pos Dean blanks 10o. ouch; 1.00 per 100, at The Jacksonville! Fertilizer Co.

:..II'. A. E. Adams has temporarily de the day. Notwithstanding this, an Im sesses unrivaled properties for stimulating the ADVOOATK of ico,

i tod his home place on the upper part menso crowd assembled at Oleander digestion, purifying the blood and ,
the Sebastian river and has been Point to celebrate the Nation's for in her !
holiday aiding nature struggle against
ofllce and
Send tile AI
to >VOOATK 3D. JSTJrDJLiO'W: Gtoxx'lLATE : .
pping at Trilby cottage for some The table committee of ladies deservethe dropsical disorders, asthmas and agues, get free information respecting the now ann501"

no. greatest praise for their most successful while proving especially beneficial to waterworks system for houses, farms, ( CHAPMAN & HUDLOW.)

:Messrs.. Near <& Taylor have arrived at work. The long table was /illei brain workers and the victims of nerves etc. No ovoihoad tanks used This is
South Jacksonville Florida.
and band stand seats and the There U other '
cildoune Plantation, with their well- ground no vegetable that will 110 aid to be a fine invention., Circulars ,
lying were utilized, and spreads were laid quickly relieve and tone up a worn-out the south free
the of
machinery. They have con- sent to any 1 part MANUFACTURER OF -
The table committee headed Miss
was by Eaten other t
iot for pulling down another artesian system. every day they are
.\U for the Kate Eyer and Mrs. L. T. Daniel, to claimed to have a clearing and a whitenIng -
owner Mr. L. C. Moore
whoso energy was dne the success. The effect on the oom}>lexol u. They are FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
'(r. J. T. Hogg, one of Melbourne's Avilah had a tent where they dispensed also efficacious in nil cases. of colds, J. S. JOHNSON CO. ,

istling real estate agents, has been do- Ice cream, cake, iced tea and pop; coughs, earache, Insomnia, hypocliroi "
; Roseland, coming from Melbourne corn. The young ladles of the Avilah, dia, scurvy and consumption. Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material
mlay. evening and returning Wednosy lead by Mrs. Ralph Grether, the Misses The onion should be a frequent and Mnnnf Acturarft of ,

morning. Ho was accompanied by; Myra Williams, Annie Singleton, and welcome adjunct to the weekly bill of Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dost Kanit Etc. Also
>', A. E. Campbell, of Melbourne, andr. Mamie May, dispersed lemonade. fare all the year round, and even more ....Fishing Supplies.... ,

Wen I wort li, of Minneapolis, Minn. especially during the spring and summer, The Fa.n1o"U.: & I3 ard.-T1.n.o.. :Sr4txa

bile here they were guests at Ercil when the appetite wavers and the system Ammonia. .4 to 8 per cent j "

one Inn.Advertise. Coronado Beach. seems generally "run down.-'armer Available Phos. Acid. .. '.fl to H per cent > Por 11211.00er\ Ton.,

I and Fruit Grower. Potash K 0..a to 7 per cent )

In the ADVOCATE if you Mr. A. McCullum, of Hammond .k I Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin. Write for

ml to increase your bU8lnells.Malabar. McCullum, Orlando, with a party 01 For Cutworms Death LurkH li. Cotton and Linen Netting; Hope, Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free .f all

three ladles, are at the hotel. Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. Fishing freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices until 1
a Purl Green Mixture. Tackle of every Description; Hooks, further notice.DUREN. ,q

Coronado Beach Is very gay now-adays, Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc. -- '
there are so many teams here and often
Ire From California, through the column C*" TAKI'ON TACKLE A SPECIALTY.
ten dozen wheels
or a may seen atone
Mrs. Harris time, on the hard beach, spinning of the Fruit-Grower come one of the Baltimore Md. & FEASTER.....
returned from Miami on most sensible of remedies for the most

iturday. along. aggravating pest of the vegetable garden GROCERIES FRUITS &: VEGETABLES. Florida and :j
Miss Lillian Conkling spent several The hotel surrey has been fresh paintedand the cutworm: "Mix three poundsof ] BEST MARKET PRICE GIVEN ,
'}'8 this week looks like a bran-new carriage. pure Paris-green with an ordinary '
Miss Isa Forest
visiting
"Alf Is at the service of any' one wantIng grain sack full of wheat bran. The mixing Western Meats of All Kinds c"t.: F
... .
Mr. C. W. Arnold and Eddie Arnoldre to hire. may be done dry, taking great car FOR -
In Melbourne the Is. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
on Monday. The dancing pavilion is now open, and that Paris-green equally distributed ,
Mrs. Joe Chase Js suffering/ from a lively times are expected this summer throughout the bran; or the green
be dissolved In water and the bran Fruits and
lions attack. Mr. Newell, formerly a liveryman aNew may Vegetables.

,We have delicious, ripe pineapples Smyrna:: is proprietor. Three stirred pounds In, making of sugar a uniform, or as many mixture.pint GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP I!

w, the only regret being there are not Hereafter Mr. Sharp will devote his of molasses, may be added as an appealto 'j
''ough to ship. time almost exclusively to the development the sweet tooth of the worm, to entice -
of the Coronado Park and J. B MASSA &: BROS.
Mr. C. W. Bolton returned on Monday; garden him to take a fatal ration of the ,

'"m Grant, where he bad been spending Mr. W. J. Stanchfield, of Ludlngton, mixture. Put a handful of the mixture '
eral days among bis many friends.Let Mich.; H. D. Weyman, Halifax, N. S.; on a piece of bread or strong paper at LITTLE EROS.c
the bane of each Commission Merchants
I. G. LaDue MantonvIIle, Minn. three tree or vine, and the .....
everybody come out to the literary cutworm will be practically harmless, ,
jolly J good fellows, are at the Coronado
, Saturday evening M It will probably for he will soon be dead. Shut up your
the for a month at least, having a big time. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE' co:
last meeting until September. poultry, and watch your dog and pet Foreign and Domestic Fruits and .
Messrs. There is a cottage on the beach called sheep while the poison Is out."
Vf. D Wells and 01 Produce.
Junlgan, the "Bee Hive." It is about 12x20 In
:Den O! J4ao3c1ll.oaviilo 3Tla. J
were In town last Sunday.Mr. ,
size and It ha been
one
only story. a
W. P. Arnold returned from Coon mystery to your correspondent where A Grand Boat Itace. 24" E./Bay Oc 1W W Bay St.., Aro OfferingTheir

''i the train where he had they stowed the people that gather ,}
Saturday, away -
;en Jacksonville Florida. A.11 Arours.d.: : :Earatl.d.: tat
celebrating the 4th. there-twenty-one were seen to go downto Yale l wan defeated In the third trial ,
Misses the surf from there one day Jut week. heat for the Grand
Florence and Maud Harris Challenge Cup, by "
It certainly Is a "hive." the Exceedingly Low ,Price ofPer '
.
ime down from Melbourne, Friday Leander.' The race was rowed at llenl; WatintodMtszs: phi;
here' they had been visiting for several Every true man and woman love co-Thames, near London, before many '
children, and there are some children thousands of Americana and English, In e"eJ'1&ection at once to sell staple k kdr:* $aB : Ton. :a
f"n. who goods dealers peddling
whose manners are so engaging that loudly applauded both the Yale ; ; experience
H. c. Stank mad daughter Kate take notice of them after and the Leander men. The cheering unnecessary; best side line. $75.00: a j
Ii Sarah went every one a Ammonia.. . ... .O 6 '
to Cocoa on Friday last, stay of a month at Coronado. Young along the coarse from the start was very month. Salary and ,. or large ( to per cent
1(1( 'I>ent the 4th with friend, return Miss Annie Jean Winton and Master; fair and Impartial, and as the two crew commission made. Address, with 2 cent Guaranteed Analyst { Available Phoepborlo Acid. .4 to 0 .

It the first of the week. Albert Winton, left for DeLaad on Mon rowed almost neck and neck for over stamp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap ( Actual Potash . .. .3 to 4 ;"

il'. C. C. Carroll baa been appointed day. They have been staying at the half the distance, there were cries from and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati Manufactured from the Purest Aramonlates, Super-pho.pbates, and Potashes. .4

Caster for Malabar awl will soon cottage of Mr*. Dr. Olllen, and their both bank. of the river, "Well rowed, Ohio. Nothing better for Pineapple, Vegetable, and present condition of the Orange .
ve the office to hU real estate office bright funny facee are missed, now that well rowed. Yale." Leander beat by Tree. *. '
at the depot they have gone away. two boat lengths. rnj.J A fine) stock of all kind of Fertilizer Material constantly on band. ;!(t
. GIVE THE "ADVOCATE"'tlaing AN =r- Writ for Pamphlet and Price..
Kfbfcor' celebrated the Fourth in the A It U a Good Me- .
old way, in spite of the weather. Remember the ADVOCATE: doe all WRKBK to' stop. See list of hotel. on diem for those who want to Increase LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE 00., ',!.u:.

put 10 o'clock Saturday morning the kinds of Job Piloting. our 7th pag their business. Jacksonville, Fla. t

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SOCIETIES, KTC.
BICYCLE TALE NO. 1784. CLEAYELANB
Headache
Sick
,/ Th. DocbeM Is In", IMlcmmm, bat Mak.e Free and
\ > It All Right With th. Dak*.

The Duchess of Pomposet WM writhag Permanently Cured Accepted Masons FURNITURE CO.

1 poor thing, on the horns of a di-

f! lemma. Painful position, very. She was "I was troubled a long time with -

t the greatest of great ladies, fall of fire sick headache It was usually accompanied Indian Titusville

mad fashion, and with a purple blush with severe pains in the Klver Fla.

(she was born that color) flung bongl; temples and sickness at the stem- Lodge Yo. no

ran around the neck of her lord and! ach. I tried a good many remediesrecommended
master. The unfortunate man was a
for HolilH Itn meetings: the iiocond anil, fourth Frlliny .
hocking infferer, having a bad nnearnd this complaint but of each month, at the Court Imune, Titus-.
increment and enduring constant ; villa, at 7.30: p. m.U. .
faiu on account of his back being broad it was not until 1 began R. Wilson Worshipful faster.A. .

) iijl er than his views.* taking T. Keaster Senior Warden.

!1 "Pomposet," she cried. "Duky darling AVER'S Oeo. W. hcobie Junior Warden.
II'' 'j !" Joseph Mendel Secretary.J. .
t M. Dlxon trenaurer.1C. .
I 1 (When first married she had ventured! Pills that I received
F. Hall, /benior Deacon.A. .
tl" I to apostrophize him an "ducky," but \ anything like permanent Cleveland, Senior Steward.
"f I his grace thought it infra dig., and they ," benefit. A sin- Chas. II. Walton Junior Stowaid.KNIOHTS .

compromised by omitting the. vulgar gle box of thesH pills did the work
: "o.") OK PYTIIIAB.Remlnnle .
for me and I am now a well man
'
: ;' "Duky," shasaid, raising pale distinguished C. II. IIUTCHiNGS East Auburn,Me. Ix>lIpo: No. 3fl. holds Its meetings at
HI, I eyes to a Chippendale mirror the Court IIOIIHU, the tint four Thursday ovonIngs -
!\>r the rapid cure of Constipation of each month, at o'clock I'. in.
"I have made mind.
-2 j 1:' tip my
Biliousness Nausea L. T. CUO1>Y, S. D. UKIQER!: ,
Dyspepsia, -
tl 'J "Don't'I" expostulated the trembling
C. O. M. of 11'. 8.
) f and all disorders of Stomach & K. of R. &
it t :jeer. "Yon are so rash I" ,
' l" : .t "What is more, I have made tip Liver and Bowels, takeCathartic Jacksonville, Fla.
: INDIAN RIVER!: OUARIS.i SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !
,,::11. :j'I' jrprjrs.
: I i Drill at the Armory over county jail every Refrigerators from
," i "To make the mind of
:: up an English lu tho month H o'c"uk. Transfer between Jacksonville ,
Tuesday evenlnn at Fluent Cuisine and Service, No and New \<>rk.
{ f' duke." he remarked with dignity "1"8- A. T. FBAHTUU,Captain.IXI .
$4.95 and Upwards. The Fluet la composed. of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comanche" :
quires no ordinary intellect, yet I believe A
A Write for Catalogue.! Cash talks loud "" "Cherokee "
i' with feminine hydraulics "Algonquin "Iroquois "Seminole.
f your yon >EI'EM>KNT ORDER GCHJD TEMPLAU9. ,
> I are capable of anything Jane. with us.WEAK.
!
Pills Titusville Vailge No. 17 meets every Tunndny North-Bound.
''M t ; (That his aristocratic rib should have evening T'K:: ) In FruHbyterlan church. Fublloiiiovtliign
I' Unit Tuesday lu oach IU 1f.. .I' I l been named plain Jane wan a chronic Medal and Diploma at World's Fair. A. OARDNER. O. : MEN MADE VIGOROUS. From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sunday and ThiirvlaFrrnn .\ >"(.
)r, ,, (' arrow. ) WSSCORIK, CHAltUiSTON, 8. C., Mondays and FrliUti.
I, / 1 t.Ii':,, "Don't keep me in suspense,"he con All your druggist for Ayer'i Saraiparllla Boo't. C. T. For hour of walling see"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily \\mivrt'

i\\ tinued. "In fact, to descend to a collo- f} South-Bound.
qnialism, I insist on your grace letting ----- CIIVKCHKS.K1M8COPAL Steamers are appointed" to nail from Pier 29, Kant River, New York at 3 p. m., as follow:
.
For CHARLESTON: 8. C., Tuesdays and I .'rhlay.,
the cat out of the bag with the least Railway Construction", In'" 18O3. For JACKSON V1LLK, FLA.. ,(calling at Charleston), . Tuesdays and FrliUy.Clyde's .,
CHURCH. ." '. 1"1)1\1. 18'"DII1_
possible delay. 0' V"'IA'I.
It is shown by Htutfetics compiled for
"As will," she replied. "Your Jtrvlcen the 1st and 3rd Sundays In each : What PEPPER'S NERVIGOR Did!
yon
The Railway Age that 1 11:12 miles
only
:
month, at II a m. and 7:MO p. m. Hundaynchool St. Johns River Line.
blood be on your own coronet Prepare of laid bU every Sunday at \2:30: m. Evening: at It nots powerfully anil quit My.l Cures wlian al
r UrqmJ trugjf were. in ( counhi p. prayer odium /nil. Youna men r naln lout mnnhooUi old.
for a revelation. I have fallen I Not lost Tula is the smallest wowIng I I p. in. on Wednesdays. Litany service every nion rooover yotubful Tlaor. A1...lutly Ouiirnteect -
year. rrlday at 10 a. m. to Cur..ftri-vou>ne.., Io t Vitality, (DK BABY LINE)
once, but many times in the matter of railway constrno- REV. B. 11'. BROWN, Rector. Im potency N lh tly Kral lon> I-o.t I owcr,
"Wretched woman I-I beg pardon either Bex:rolling Memory,Vv tlnir !>! Steamer "Ever lade "
ion; within the past 20 )'elulI. Only one and all efrc.lt at Mlatnut or fxeaua andrnlUcrctiun. ,
wretched grande dame I Call upon De- Hew England mate Maine added METHODIST CHURCH. r Ward,* offlnianltjr and oonmimptlon CAPT. W. A. 8lIA W.
any Don't lat drOHulBl impose a worthlcns institute on
brett to cover yon'I" iraok. The largest mileage laid was in Regular: services every first third and fourth you PEEFEU'lt hBPHOje It jlelclnn NKHVIUOU.greater proat.or tailxtonhaTnu send for It. Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street at 5 a. m., Tuesdays and Saturdays for 1'iluki. ,
"I am madly in love with" Texan: 834 ruiloH followed by Indian lundays at 11 .. m. and 7:00 p, m. Sunday Caa be carried In Tent pocket. prepaid plnln wrap.r. Sanford, Kntedrrlse and Intermediate landings on the St. John's River.
"By taffeta and Iwear" lohool every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Epwortueague .,> *.t per box, or a for .8. wllb A ..0......"
my ermine Leaves Sanford and S30 m., Mondays and Thursdays for Jackaom'llle.
S a.
a.m., Enterprise :
Territory with ICO, California with 06 each O.a rnt to Oar Kefand
< Sunday at\\1:30: p. m. Prayer meet- Britten or tke
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Palphl..t f. Sold
!JO: by d"'IIIII. A.ddr."
and Ohio Peuunylvonia, Went Vir- Ladles'InK every Aid Thnnday nlnht meets at 7:00 p. in. The, PE..EK MEDICA.L ......'.. .,....._ 10. SOUTH BOUND. NORTH HUI.SDRead :
.Kn Peaoe, laid Jane. "Com- Society every Wednesday SCHEDULE.
peace. linia Maine and Georgia with between at 8:oo p. m. Everybody welcome at our church down. Read up.
mil Sold J. B. .
( by Screven only.Solentlflo
pone-ffEwelf, dnky-that i.. Plantage- 10 and 90 each. The state of New York services. Leave 8.30 p. lu.8M .,........................ Jacksonville........ .... ......... .... Arrive 3.30 a. in
net ForgiVo the slip. I am agitated. is credited with 00 miles of track. 11'. M. C. KADS, Pastor. .. pv in. ...................... ......PalatkaAHtor. ............................ Leave 8.00 p'. a
: mind new American It 8.OO a. m. ........... ............ ... ................... ....... .... It 8OOp.QI
My run on slips. Commenting oil the situation The .. 43U a. m. .............. ........... ..Francis...................... .... It 1.30.. tt
The duke groaned. tail way Age sayai j "The bottom has PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Agency IW-v .. 5 JO a. m. ........................ Heresford.Bine ....................... .... It 1200 noot

m "Horrid, awful slips." wen reached and a moderate revival of Services every Sabbath at 11 .. m.aIll11.30p.m. Arrive 600 8.30 a a: :: :::::::::::::::.:::::::. .Sanford..Enterprise Springs.. ::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: 11.30 900 ::n n

With a countenance of alabaster be railway building be looked for. lunday, school at 0:4ft a. m., Chan. Gardner, .. 920 a. m. .......... .... ........ .... ... .... .............. .... .. 9.301. .inBo.
tore at bis sandy topknot may 8upt. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening .......... .......... ...... Fla. Railroad Wharf (Sanford)............................1250p.nSt.
Materials are exceedingly: cheap, labors 17 :10. The public are cordially Invited to at-

I. "I have deceived" you. I admit it l abundant, practicable enterprises are end our services. H. M. OOODBLL, Pastor. Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 2O4 W. Bay St..,Jacksonville,

1 1, to folly. numerous, and on some of them much .,,
ptl'llUOIl' err rent the air M the work has been doue; business in reviving a"w"n. J.A. LKBLIIC, Bupt. JNO. L.HOWARD, Fla.Fr't Agt. F. M. IKOSMOHOKB,JR.,Fla.Pa...Aft
\ : duke staggered on his patrician limbs. la spite of terrific assaults! from BAPTIST CHURCH. TMADB MARKS JACKSONVILLE

I With womanly impulse, flinging caste political and speculative quarters and Preaching and every second and fourth Sunday OOPVUIOHTIB.DESIGN PATMVTi* THKO. O. EOOKK, T. M, A.J COLB. General Passenger Agent; M. N.CLYDE,A.T.M
morning evening. Prayer Meetings every
to the winds, Jane caught the majestic he needs of many localities for great Weilnemlay evening at 1:00: o'clock. Sunday, For Information and fre Handbook wrfte to *. 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.
form to her palpitating alpaca and, watering transportation facilities must be met." Icbool every Sunday at 9:411.. m. Alsojirew.ilngnrat Oldmt MUNN bnr*...00.a for Ml ffcuriag BIIO&I>.pat...".nta Daw In America.YOBK. WM. P. CLYDE &: CO., General Agent.
his beloved features with duohI Sunday at LaOrange invited; Second attend.B. Sunday. Every patent taken out by ui U bronuhl before O Bowling Green"" ,New York. 19, So. Delaware Av.,Phllndelphli
Oak Hill. All are cordially to
I tbe pabUo by a notice given tree olooarg*la Uw
Bay drops, cried in passionate accents t Why th. Bone Wouldn't", Do Ik A. G BIO nit, Pastor. .-
"My king I My sensitive plant! Heavens This story in being told about. member cf tieutifie meli'au

I It'I his unlucky; back I Becalm, of the court of common council Be CATHOLIC CHURCH. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
elnmlatlnn of any enlentlfla twper fa tIIe
Plantagenet! I nave-been-learning- Services at 10 m. Sunday, in .
I xraght. fast pacer and invited a friend a. every new woranrMt Splendidly lllu.trateO J.No In"'lUg"n'
I to-bike I There! On the sly I" Church building North Titusville Children's n an ahonld be without IK Wwkly. 83.00.
: to take drive behind the rr ili monthi"A.dd_ MUNN'II
a new pur- atechlsm at a p. ra. y<> 'l !5" : co..
Tbe duke flapped a reviving toe and hnse. The course selected was out Al- RBV.J.F. O'BOTLB,Rector. I'OItLUBJUIoW,a.4 finMdway Mew YOI'.01t7._ Florida, New York

,squeezed the augnst fingers. muy' avenue. After driving some distance Philadelphia and Boston
"I am madly enamored of-my machine.
10 the city father said "Now I'll .
r I ." gulling front Hninswlck, Oa., direct to New York.
how bow he Ha olnckd 'hffinix.Jnion
-
you can move.
The St Co.
I Augustine Cycle
The peer smoothed a ruffled topknot and pulled upon the reina The horse PASSENOEU SERVICE.

J with ineffable grace. tarted off and exhibited: a good, square ". Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (UnIon Depot| ), "An
"Likewise I am determined yon shall four minute trot. Both men looked astonished Has the RAIL" F. C. &" P. K. R., on Thursday only,4:OS p. ra. Am"
best line of wheels I
Urunswlclc 7.30: m. Passengers going at once tin bowl
nttt lessons. Now it is no use, dnky. I for the horse had been bought =s Diamond Bteamer.: p.

t meaD to be tender but firm with you." as a pacer. Sundry attempts! were made and sundries in the state. All Through car without transfer, Jack onvllle to Bninswlck

Tbe potentate gave a stertorous chortle to change the gait but the owner of the Excels PROPOSED SAILINGS I

and, stretching out his arms, fell torse was dumfouuded to find that he Kinds of bicycle repair work Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3:30.
I in a strawberry leaf swoon on the par could not produce the semblance of a and other Ladies < ,June S..... ............. ..........COLORADO... .... ............ .....Friday< ,June 1
quet floor his ducal head on the lap of 'rack." He drove back to town and neatly done. Friday, June H.... .......... ........:.RIOGRANDK...................... ...Krlilay< June I
his.adored Jane.-Punch. Friday,June 19. ..............., ...............COLORADO. ..... ...... ........ ..[ 'rlday.JuM J
Into the boarding stable. Then the mysery and Gents in Stock. F. W. BEERS, Prop. Friday, June 20... ....,......, ..... ..........RIO GRANDE!:......".... ..... ..........Friday,July
was solved. He found that he had Friday,July 3...........i.' ..................COLORADO..............,...........Friday July 1

taken oat the wrong horse. He had left For general Information rates, etc.: apply to any railroad agent or to
Hettlnc Him Blfht, hil in the stable and had been \.P. MURPHY,Trav. Agent, steamersitraln"; DAVIE8, Agent 220 W. Bay St.Jacluonv
pacer
H. H/RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick Ga.
,. (. driving Pout. a doctor's trotter.-Hartford\. .You Don't See Your WHEEL C.H. MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, B. River, anl3t\l! Broadway, N.Y.



8Ibe...

and Siberia more il.populous. Russian and Canada like Canada larger, When Riding_ A Boon to Florida !

It t bus a great future before it It is very =

ich In gold while there are whole hills

of graphite (black: lend) and lapis lazuli.

i I If Coul can be picked up on the very road Water Works for Your Homes
,
near Nerchinsk there is silver' in the
f ;
same district and there are rich mines
.\ ,i of iron near Nikoluefak. Siberia, like Etc, under your own Control.

Canada is rich in fi h. On the Amur KEATING

river I was told that 800,000 pad of

he kita flab have been caught within a

few weeks in August, when the fish ascend YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO
1
the rivers, the pud (pood) being 40

icnnda That means 8,000,000 pounds THE REST.
of flab. In the Khabarofka museum is a
BUT OTHER PEOPLE DO. MS-
stuffed kaluga flab, weighing 80 puds,
Used with and driven wells
open
,
Jr. I tell what
you guv'nor,
j or 1,200 pounds, caught in the Amur.
Why not let them see a Stylish Wheel 1 glide easily by ?
e nad a corking time last night Fortnightly,. Review. springs and lakes. A few minutes work

Dashly, Sr. Uncorking time, you (KEATING.) at an air pump delivers the water all
siean. New York world.
KEATING WHEEL CO., over your house with pre aure. No cost

u._. to operate. No windmill or overhead
Holyoke Mass.
tank. Simple and durable.
,,
u;; :

The highest claim for other t rr Art Catalogue 4c. In Stamps. Write or apply for particulars to the Pneumatic BUCHER'S Water Work.System. l

-- --- ADVOCATE. tog
tobaccos is "Just as or r

good as Durham." FREYER & BRADLEY MDSIC COMPANY De art Parslow ft Co., for either orFaluicDearlng Domestic' ..

Parslow & Co.
Every old smoker ,
Succeaaors to THE A. II. CAMPBELL CO. TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PARSLOW Man .
knows there is none just ( ) ........ P.....

as good as Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise.A -

Oa.A..S.: :eJ-C- coDEALKRS .

Blackwell'sBULL CHANCE OP A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We .
IN
purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet -
music and musical instrument of The A. B. Campbell CI>. We are closing out p-wjn.e: jn.e&: an.c1:
the stock of Pianos and Organs at nnheard-of low prices, to make room for a full
DURHAMSmoking line of the celebrated Conover New England Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos.
We have the following pianos, which are worth from *100 to $:JOO! more than we 417. 419 W. Bay St.,

ask for them : JACKSONVILLE '. FLA. *
Conover,style K, wal................. ...|380 Halnes Bros., style 6, mah.. .... ... .... .....1300IS ,
.. K, eh..... ... ..'*' 311: Schubert, III..M... ..... .. ... '/ Rye and Bonrbon", Whiskies from '1.18
tobacco .. J'.eb .......... ....!.. .200 Malcolm Love.Stelnway waleh ........... ..... .. .. 280 to $3*) per gallon.
.. Jw l. .... ... ........ ...3110 ....... .... ,. :ann Brandies from 91.75 to 93.75 gallon.
.. M Meb. .. .. ............ ..400 Everett ... .... ... .. ...... 1'JII per
.. K. wal........ .. ... to ...... xa: HUngsbury; .tll.B ebb...... ....... .. :I'JIIMcCarnmoD.1tl.le2'JwaI. rr We make Specialty,of North Caro
You will find Inaida .... ... ...? an .. .b.... .. .. .".. .... 9noMo lina Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, three
one coupon ........... ... ... an Knabe Grand ... ...:......... ..... years old. JJSO: per gallon.Jairs .
each two ounce bag,and two coupons .. II 1wai...... .M. .... 17& BtU7......' .... .. ...M.. ..... 175 -,1 ...., ttcts,3....,36cts 9(al_ PURE
inside each four ounce .. T.el>.... .. ._.. .... ::11IO" bwal...... ............ "'<0us oocts.
bag of Black wcU'a Durham. lUlae* Broe.. .,.b.............. ....... ::1110 K.w>bT A EvanaJaa. .b. ..................... CalFartie -. *I: 10 .. 'I.2II1 "bbl..
.. .. .. &. .b..... ..... .. ....... ITS M.Star, .b..M_ lloloo 'I
Buy a bag of this celebrated .. .. 3, mah.. ............. ..... 100 Morrla, .- llvlnn la Dry Town* will do
tobacco and read the Some of these pianos have been rented bat we have had them re-polished and well to order from tu, aa we can aav. WHISKED
I which lilt them BO cent,on all orders.J .
j "'-' coupon- give per
and them to be
In thorough order we guarantee satisfactory or momey re- "
of valuable Alwaye send
and bow rut with
preaentj money orders.
innstrnction book and delivered f. -
We furnish stool scarf o. b. Jacksonville .. T'11 no "P*" new accounts nnleae
: to get them.' ; cash or Installment. Sheet mnslo at half price. Write us. suitable Jackaonrille. reference.U ilna.
FREYER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No Goods sent C. O. D. to Dry Towns.
24 E Forsyth Street JackionvUle Fla.










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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JULY 10 1896. 1

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Democratic Nominees. Dor Attorney.TIIE For School Superintendent. DON'T STOP TOBACCO. f :COTEJLS.: ;,\

friends of Col. D. L Gaulden FEELING that there 'ls a certain sense -- --- ---- -- ------- -- .

For Presidential Electors : announce his name as a can- that forbids our present now TO cum YOURSELF;
.
of Marion county. didate for the position of Prosecuting /Superintendent of Public Instructionfrom The Hotel 2la.GicL Opened
BURFORD AVHILK USING IT. att894
A. of Hernando county. Attorney for Brevard county at the announcing himself for reelectionto
JENNINGS:
ID CARTER of Alachua county. Democratic primary elections. the above-named position, friends The tobacco habit. grows on a man
L. take this opportunity of placing the In the center of tho city, on Main!\ Street, the dividing line between east and west '
of his affected -
Orange county. until is
p. WELBORN, name of Mr. Jno. II. Sams before the nervous system seriously one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. ,
2d Congressional Dist. : For Representative. voters of Brevard for re-nomination at impairing health, comfort and Superior Cuisine and :Service.: Bus meets all trains. Terms *:J.50/ per day and '
or) 'I'
l'onOB'EltT w. DAVIS. I.VDIANOLA, FLA., May 22, 1800. the coming primary election. happiness. To quit suddenly Is too severe upwRl'tls.Special/ rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor.

Governor Titusville, May 5th, IStHl. shock to the system, as tobacco to
:
For hereby announce myself a candidatefor --- --- --- y
WILLIAM D. BLOXIIAM. I re-election as member of the an Inveterate user becomes a stimulantthat

For Justice Supreme Court : House of Representatives of the Florida For Superintendent of Schools. his system continually craves. FLOATING( MELN OpenMIAMI; I.I:

MILTON II. MABRY.For !\ primary Legislature elections., subject to the Democratic ENOS, FLA., Juno I, 18!I"I.! "Bnoo-Curo" Is a scientific cure for tho

Secretary of State : W. R. SANDERS. I hereby announce myself as n candi- tobacco habit, In all its forum, carefully J
JOHN L. CRAWFORD.For date for Superintendent of Public compounded after the formula of an
Instruction for lirtivanl county at theapproaching Thule CO., :
Attorney General : For Representative.! election. eminent Berlin physician, who has usedit -. ,
primary My success -
B. LAMAR. In his private since 1S73
WILLIAM practice
SKIIASTIAN FLA. 7 1800.! must depend mainly on the action ,
May
,
For Comptroller : of my Mentis who have urgod this announcement : without failure.. It is purely vegetable Excellent Fishing and Sailing. t

W. H. REYNOLDS.For :: Thereby announce myself a candidate with those who may joiu' and guaranteed perfectly harmless. You ,
the Democratic primary election them. If elected I shall do my duty us all the tobacco want while
Treasurer : ran use you
for the position of member of the
far as able.
CLARENCE: B. COLLINS : House of Representatives of the Legislature JAMES L. ENOS.:: using "Baco-Curo." It will notify you Sea Food a Specialty ;;I

ForSupt. of Public Instruction : of the State of Florida.R. when to stop. We'give a written guarantee -

W. N. SIIEATS.For A. HARDEE. to cure permanently any case with
For Clerk. three boxes refund the with 10 ,
County or money -- -- ---- --- --
Commissioner of Agriculture : cent Interest. "Baco-Curo" is not a
LUCIUS:: WOMB WELL. For County Judge.To lumANoi.A, FLA., June: lH.\ per substitute, but\ a scientific cure, that
I hereby nnnounce myself a cnudld.Ue cures without the aid of will and Grand View Hotel. '
[Did You Ever iiuiko Money thc People of Brevard County : for County, UU-ik, subject to the with no Inconvenience. It loaves the ... \
am a candidate again for tho positionof decision of the Democratic 1I.'lmal'Y.Earnestly system as pure untl free from nicotine as
Easy'f I County Judge, and again submit soliciting the support of all the day you took your first chew or -- -- ;
myself to the Democratic primaries. If my friends, I um, yours very truly, smoke. .

n Mr.[ Editor:-I have read how Mr. C. I am again nominated and elected, I will SAM'L J. YIELD! FLORIDA.
k B. made so much money in the dishJTtiHher endeavor to servo the whole people as I Cure I>y IJnco-Curo and Gained TITUSVILLE
business and think I have beat have tried to do In tho past, and I shall Thirty Pounds.

Jiim. I am very young yet and have hadIftle ever be grateful for the support you For Representative.To .
.i: experience in selling goods, but have given; me In the by-gone years, the Democratic Voters of Hrovard : From hundreds! of testimonials, the
lave made over eight hundred dollars in whether the party shall deem me worthyof originals of which are on file and opento REOPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT ,
lea weeks soiling dishwashers. It Is renewed favor or not. I fool that I respectfully present myself to your Inspection, the following Is presented:
wonderful how easy it Is to sell have not been able, though I have done I favorable consideration ns your Representative Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark., JI\n.2/i/ '11\: i
Imply The office be In tho Lessee
will of
,, ihcm. All you have to do is to show my best, to fully deserve the trust you In the Assembly. Though a Eureka Chemical, & Mfg. Co., LaCrosse churgo ,
" ( how work and have generously placed in me hitherto, voter of fifteen years' standing In the Wis.-Gentlemen : For forty '
ladies they they can-
" liot he help but buy one. For the benefit and I offer myself again; for office with a county, have not before naked! "your years I used tobacco In all Its forms. For As "All-the-year-round" House. ( -..

[if others I will\ state that I got my start hope duly mixed with humility. voices and your sulrra oK." I am aware twenty-live years of that time I was a
from the Mound City Dishwasher Co., MINOR S. JONES. that I have some political war-horoos great sufferer from general( debility and A First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel
opposed to me, but, undismayed, I herewith (heart disease. For fifteen years I triedto
Write to them and
f-t. Louis, Mo. they Tltusvillo Fla. 25: 00./
iiill send you full particulars. May enter the political arena, calling/ quit, but couldn't. I took various" A carriage for the convenience of guests meet all trains.r.
remedies others "No-To-Hac
I think I can clear over $3,000: ) the upon nil who are content to allow a little among ,
and For Tax Assessor.I new blood to be introduced into the 'The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Don
I am not going to let
It coming ho opportunity year, Try it and pub- candidatefor body politic, to give me their generous ble Chloride of Gold," etc., etc., but o. n.L S rr.,
pass. hereby announce myself a N.
of thorn did the least bit of
llmh support, now and at the primaries. none me
s your success for the benefit of Tax Assessor of Brevard County,
of Hotel lu Nil
""tllors. J.F. C. Florida, subject to the decision of the O. F. ENSEY. good. Finally, however, I" purchased a ___ __ ,_,_ SaI_ I.". _
box: of your "Ilaco-Cnro, and It has .
Democratic primary election. I will entirely cured me of the habit In all its .
.J. A. IIAI'I'EItSETTE.IN'DIAN' .
thank friends for their support. 1'ersoiial.FitRK .
Vice-President Stevenson
IT always se- my forms and I have Increased thirtypounds
I'lticta; baldheadod senator to preside In JOHN HENRY. In and relieved from
a weight am
;; Iliis absence from the chair. -04-page medical reference bookto all the numerous aches and pains of : .: : :: :::: RIVER: :E3:0'I'EL-w' :

IU'II For Treasurer. any person afflicted with any special, body and mind. I could write a quirt
' chronio or delicate disease peculiar to of paper upon my changed feelings and
: To prevent pale and delicate children the advice of some of my numer- their sex. Address the lending physicians condition. :? 4'r 44Y4
IU I from lapsing into chronic invalids later BY friends, I announce myself as a and surgeons of the United States, Yours respectfully, I'. II. MAIUIUUV, 1 \ TITUSVILLE.
'rn'' |I m life, they should take Ayer's Sarsapa- candidate for County Treasurer, to be. Dr. Hathaway & Co., Old No. NO St. Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark. v t ) 1'
,, I nlla together with plenty of wholesome voted for at the next county election, Charles St., New Orleans, Ln., Masonic Indian Rich]'. ,
- I food and out door exercise. What they and will thank my friends for their sup- Temple.To Sold by druggists at $1.00( per box; 2
e., (need to build up the system is good red port. Respectfully, three iron-clan days' treatment), FIn.
_ I blood. t2.BO, with written guarantee, -
CHR. F. FISCHER. the Voters of Drevard County
sent direct! of 'Ice. '
.t or upon receipt pi ;. J. A. HAPPEKSETTKMANAGKH.
Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka .
Postmaster-General. Wilson is the
most
For Tax Collector.I There will be two tickets in the field Chemical Mfg. Co., La Crosse Wis., r. r .
[studious member of the cabinet. lIe to be voted for at the fall election. and Boston, Mass.\ P r r, P ,. "

I !goes into society very little, and spends hereby announce myself as a- candidate This is made necessary because the *. Open All The Year. '
. I most of hIs leisure In his library. for re-election to the office of party in power l Is not !giving( satisfaction ,
Tax Collector, subject to the decision of and the people want a change and A Chance to Make Money.I -
the Democratic primary election. are determined to have it. The repub-
Constipation, an exceedingly dangerous Respectfully yours. licans will nominate a full ticket thin. Only a few mllluh'T'

condition of the bowels, Is nearly E. W. HALL. year that there nay be an opportunityto have berries, grapes and peaches, a walk from Hallway stations
always the result of carelessness and In- bring about this needed change. year old, fresh as when picked. I use and Steamboat lan.1't i
attention to the calls of nature. To correct There is no doubt but that you will the California Cold process, do not hem a'nbia; art 11'!' ing*.

irregularities and restore healthy For Attorney.I all receive an invitation to vote in the or seal the fruit, just put it up cold j .. On the banks of the ,r rw ;
movements, the best aperient is Ayer's democratic primaries. so that I wish to keeps perfoctly fresh, and costs .almosi far-famod Indian Ilivor.t7 "
Pills. They are easy to take. hereby announce myself as a candidate give you notice in time, so that all nothing; can put up a bushel In ten
for the office of County At- republicans and others who wish a minutes. Lost week I sold directions to m::JiJn. N"m-vv: M1 I ..A.GJInWJDN'T.n :: :: .

torney, subject to the action of. the change from the present administration over 120 families; any one will pay a dol-
Trilby In Topcka.Topeka Democratic primaries. do not obligate themselves before lar for directions, when they HOB the __ __ _. .. _._ ___ .__ ..___
was given her first view oi R. FREEMAN HALL. consideration. beautiful of fruit. As there
giving this matter a careful samples are
"Trilby" as a drama and the verdict ia many people poor like myself, I consider THE HOTEL ALTAMONT .

10 adverse that "Trilby" troops had I ask you to confer with your neighbors It my duty to give my experience to .
butter steer clear of Kansas'capital city. For County Clerk. and decide dispassionately whatis such, and feel confident any one can
The play doesn't end right to suit the again offer myself as a candidate for best to be done. Not the feelingsand make one or two hundred dollars around SUMMIT OP!' PARIS MOUNTAIN (::1/1110/ Feet) SOUTH CAltOLINA.ft .

Kansas idea. To receive anything lit I re-election to the office of County desires of the candidates but the home In a few days. I will mail sampleof from A'i.RuUiBj: frnnii Atlanta, 10 from Clisrlmton, 10 true Havkniiuli IS from New
generous applause here the hero must Clerk, subject to the decision of the good of the people and the state should fruit and complete directions to any Orloall.,p, : A)1.1'\MUN'r.. The neat wremill.U and cmivtmlnnt of all MuunUIn Ite-
sorts on the Main Trunk sine between the tar smith 111,1 the North.
of readers for
always marry the heroine and raise 8 Democratic primary election.A. control. I am making no personal your eighteen two-cent Centrally IiMiatud, ,eRMlly ooiniiiiiiiloaUid with In the heart of the mxileiit. lienltlilimt. mint
large family of children. A. STEWART.For fight on any of the gentlemen who stamp) which is only the actual cost of bountiful r nlim of the Southern..",mtry. A well k"l't. roanonahle family hotel.,
want to be elected. Their claims should the samples, postage, etc., to me. Unmiriai| >mil views, CAIlolI"| galleries, InTlnonilhiK tnii)",'ihore, pure water no drat' n*
Then, again the people here are so] receive at your hands. a full and fair FRANCIS CASEY, St. Louis, Mo.!\ m"'IIIIII"es, '"rllIt, oomturtahh. moan.water throughout. ( the house. MU.nt,though pluim, ,, lure
1lonty IIf rich "IIK allli 8W.,ew.
impressionable take blltl..rt .
They stage acting County Clerk. consideration and if on full view of An easy drive(mven mllim)from the city of Iroiinvllle,H.C., by comfortable Stage/ ,ovor twuutlful -
ta dead earnest. It ia ,said that last the needs ofi the hour you should roixlii,Mivnral, dally mulls, t.legraph telephone, and many atiiun iii nti for yueat.
night, after Svengali died such a horrible I announce myself a Brevard candidate for find it consistent with your ideas of D. G. Elliot, the American naturalist, tIT O|>eu June lit to end of October Write for further particular, rate,etc., eta

death, one of the doctors the town subject county to the clerk action): of of the Democratic county, duty to give your valuable Influence to has been sent abroad by the Field Columbian Address: W. ELLIOTT JOHNSTONE
went to the of the show and help bring[ about this much-needed
manager
solicit the of to
and museum Chicago
respectfully secure a
primaries,
tried to buy his body for the Kansas of all voters. reform, my fullest hopes for SUPCPBS Altamont, Creenvlllo Co., S. C.
Medical college.-Kansas City JournaL support J. E. FULTZ. will be realized. number of antelopes and other large lb.Speclil. Season" Rate to Famine
loOIHC. animals. that
H. W. African for Inatl uton.
Spruce Bluff, June 18, 06.
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Tb. DfIcuJH.

"Ton folks were pretty smooth with For County Treasurer.To Don't let anyone persuade you to take Jacksonville's Hew Fire-Proof Hotel. i HOTEL MELBOURNE
Law & Go .
your wooden horse" remarked the Chicago the Voters at the Democratic Primaries Johnson anything else Instead of Simmons Liver ,
shade, with generous warmth "but : ,", Regulator Some merchants will try to ,

if we'd had that job we'd have sprung hereby offer myself as a candidatefor do this, but not for your good. They do Hotel Geneva
the baas on the Trojan in the shape oi I re-election to the office of Treasurer PRACTICAL ENGINEERS It to make a little more profit on some- ,
canned beef that' what. Yen." of Brevard County. I refer to, my thing that Is of an Inferior quality, i MELBOURNE, Indian Rifer, FLORIDA.
The wraith of the Greek hero thus record during the past; and, if elected, though you must pay just as much for Cor. Fnrayth and Cedar Bt..,

addressed had no alternative but to will give to the duties of the office the the bad as for the good. Be sure to take .....Jacksonville, Fla. I Open all the year round. Good FishIng -

smile feebly and ask what It should be. same diligent attention and watchfulcare COMPLETE ELECTIUC LIGHT[ Simmons Liver Regulator the Red and nothing Hunting and Yachting. Rates,
else. Look for Z
Detroit Tribune.A as in the past.Your PLANT EQUIPMENTS. on every Modem. Improvements Oaths, etc., on $2.60 and upwards. '
obedient servant, package. Every jfloor. Gas and Electric

Long Coarse of Inttrnotlon. ARTHUR T. FEASTER. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN Lights, Passenger Elevator. Artistically i Proprietress, Mn" C. J. HECTOR.
and Elegantly ITurnlshed. -
"He Bkatea very gracefully" said one TO WATER POWERFor Pineapple Orange and Lemon .*. V
young woman to another. "I asked him
to teach me. For Sheriff. Running Dynamos, Fans, Etc. Land For Sale, Cheap. Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00. PARK,, COTTAGEx"

"And is he hereby announce myself a candidatefor ; ,
going to! '
'
I Sheriff of Brevard Weakly Kuleeon Application. '
of
the office
Yea. Be says he'll begin next ram County, F1ortdasubject to the actionof Electrical andMachinery I have. for sale 80 acres of pineapple Special Bate. for the Hammer West Palm Beach, . Ftorlda. :

mer. The first thing to do if you are go- the primary elections, and respectfully Supplies land on St. Lucie river, a few mile. below ED. L. OWENS, Prop. r
tag to skate in this olimate Is to learn ask the support of my fellow citi- Eden, 40 of which being northeast
to swim."-Washington Star. Furnished. quarter of northeast quarter of section
zens. Week.
JOS. P. BROWN. 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; Boarding by the Day or
51 West Forsyth St., the other 40 Is the northeast quarterof CORQNAOO.SUnT'BATHING THE TEAR ROUNO
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City Point, Fla., ;May 12, 00. Florida. southeast quarter of section 3, '1.60 to #3.00 per day (during summer. "

Jacksonville township 38, south of range 41 east.
President Faure of France at one FINE VIEW OF TIlE LAKE-1
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For Tax Assessor. The above land can be bought for 910 Cyua
time was president at Havre of the per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple,
Young Men's Christian Asssciation. hereby announce myself as a candi- WHEN YOU orange, lemon or lime growing. 1.=- ....OPEN THE YEAR AROUND....

I date for re-election. to the office of FEEL SHAKY Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for inw ""'IUiA.'LA /
Tax Assessor of Brevard county, subject cash. This land will soon be worth f 50 ZOMUSOTKACHnnAPUT'CfflUNO O. HOWES Proprietor.
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Tobacco users will find, in another to the action of the primary elections.Soliciting WHY MOT ,"yr"IHTfRSMITHS per acre.
column, an item of decided Interest to the support of all, I remain
them headed obedient servant, Apply to C. ir. Walton, ADVocATE .....,... l*_tur.. a' Coronado I Moderates
"Don't Tobacco.
Stop your office to Robbins A Tltusrllle
or : Graham -
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J. F. WOOTEN. .tf rate solid comfort, no.ostentation ....Open all the Year Round....

good fishing, good cooking.
Deafness Cannot be Cured

For Sheriff. (HilL TONIC

By local application as they cannot I hereby announce myself as a candi- WARTCD: :Several trustworthy gentle
office of Sheriff of Bre .Seaside Innu.
date for the
reach the diseased portion of the ear. men or ladles to travel In Florida for Hotel Al Fresco.
to the Democratic THB MEDIOIPI.
there Is deafness yard Count, subject established,reliable bouse. Salary*780 II .
only to
one way cure of
the
ask
and support
primaries, my OF KNOWN MERIT.aot .
And that is by constitutional remedies. and expenses. Steady position. Enclose -
Deafness is caused by an Inflamed con- many friends. HENRY T. TITUS. tVERVWHNRInfm reference and self-addressed, On the .Ocean Deach'at
dition of the mucous lining of the Ens- ,*.._.oo.0MMAL .Louretna&D.ap.e stamped envelope. The Dominion JEJSEH, indian Rher, FLORIDA.
tachlan Tube. When this tube Is inflamed ....ft. Company, third floor, Omaha Build- SEABREEZE FLORIDA

yon have a rumbling sound or For Sheriff. log, Chicago 111. JOHN L. JENSEN Proprietor. .
imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely Many attractions and
: closed deafness is the result and nn- ''HROUOH the earnest solicitation of Improvementshave
less the lnfla" atlon can be taken, out, T numerous friends and fellow-citi tAA! 1aUSSCN NEW HOUSE; Best Accommodations \been added to this, the most pop-

and this tube restored to Its normal con- zeus, I take pleasure In announcing my- 1 TAMPS T w HY NT W/EY! ROY ALjiiiSY..PILLS on the East Coast Hot sod cold baths; brat hotel of the East Coast.
dition hearing will be self candidate for the office of Sheriffof i WIJRX03NEBYUUH.KHHM
destroyed forever; as ft, i L The beautiful, wide smooth beach Is
nine' cases out of ten are by catarrh, Brevard county at the ensuing Demo ...vE Y ..... first-class table.! Ia center of the
for and
aa.wnm.bL.adrr.M.tor...... unsurpassed driving bicycling.
which u nothing but an Inflamed condl- cratio primary elections, promising In eq s STEEL Otcs *AX .,.-. ....K.. .....r...
ao" of the tnacons surfaces. the event of my election a full, fair and SEALS.BMSS tHfii.KSBIGGESTPLAN _a.._.11- _e.wL.La Famous Pineapple Region; close to the The surf bathing and fishing In both
". wlU give one hundred dollars for Impartial administration of the duties of tJ- -wr..f Mae lfwp.p. ", ocean and Halifax River are excellent
any deafness ( catarrh that said office. I respectfully ask the support .. J..' Ma, ....II. wur.d Inlet. Fish and oysters In abundance.'
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a pre wtsp.r RATES 2.00 PER
cauSe be cured by Halls Catarrh Cure and encouragement, not only of my srctourrtlr "w3mmtM. _..,..or-.mllr= : $ DAY.,

lid for circulars; free. personal friends, but of all good Demo- IN THE SOUTH .c.u.__; T.... .,....... UIo Terms : $3.00 Per Day, Special Rates by the Week. ," ",,".
?. J.c"ti': : *: Co., Toledo, O. crate DAVID S. BRYAN. I
-T-Soid- by all druggist, 'l3c. Eau: Oallle, Fla., May 19, '<*. Sold by J. B. Semen, only. and, upwards. H. F. STEWART Proprietor.77 ,


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; ql ,1I ".' Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report --

I I," ( THE BOBBINS & GRAHAM 00 Q QPaId


S'f Baking ,
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VAI Up CapItal! $26,000.00.


i"f;, Ii'' rr, PowderAB5OWTELY LAW, LOANS, HEAL ESTATE.



PURE We have for sale a large list of carefully

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{ I' : selected Indian River Properties.
chah'man-vote ST>4 to 334. There was I was held, and the various candidates
grout confusion and cheering for free were Invited to address the committeeon Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Ling
'. silver." the various matters of the campaign, Canal and Transportation Co.
Thursday's telegram say : and a large number of the candidates

"They adopted an anti A. P. A. plankin responded. C..1"V ::L. ::L..A.1"TJD>S.
platform. 11111 made a motion to substitute -
_' y9 report of minority of committeeon Good Tell11 lar8' Concert.The Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Comp
platform for finance plank In ma- Lauds. Disston Company's. Indian River Lonn and Investment Co. I
: 1 1C '. jority report; It was voted down. 11111 and other Low Priced Lands. '
1 made another motion to endorse present entertainment given at the Presbyterian -
i r administrations, which was voted down. church on Tuesday night, under Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
Then Hill made motion that if free all the auspices of and for the benefit of the
C !; Fancy Pineapple) Slip and Suckers -I For Sale, ver proved to be Injurious at the end ot: Good Templar lodge, was fairly well at- Titusville Florida.

for Sale. one year, to discontinue it. It was also tended. The programme commenced
: Common and fancy pineapple plants. voted down. Convention adopted a free with an organ voluntary by Miss Susie --
F V t !, Abbakas, Egyptian; Queen, Golden Forty acres to select from. Lemon and silver platform, the vote being W8(:! to Gladwin and a prayer by the Rev. A. D.
, ,i .. Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and other citrus trees. 301. Bryan, of Nebraska, wan one of the Penney, after which the choir-Mes- Fred S. Chaffee & Co
i 6 I: Uod Spanish. Apply to JAMES HOLMKH, principal orators, and will receive a good dames W. M. Woodward and G. W. Sco-
i 'I, MADDOCK & M ATTHAMH: Jensen, Fla. many votes for presidential nominee." bie and Messrs. (I. W. Scobie and D. IJ I
"Palm Beach Pinery," Compton, with Mrs. C. S. Schuyler as
West Palm Beach Fla. As was generally expected, Senator organist-entertained those present with
t for Sale. Hill, the nominee of the gold men for good selections of music. The follow- D FRED S. CHAFFEE' TITUSYILLE FtA.
Pineapple>> Slips '
1 temporary chairman of the convention, ing numbers were also submitted : Registered Pharmacist
utiX Slips ami Suckers for Sale.Plnf'apple was defeated by a vote of 311!) to Mil, Recitation, .Poor House Nan
I have a choice lot of Abakka} Smooth awarded Senator Daniel. The chief Miss lola Davis A Complete Assortment of

t Cayenne and Golden Queen slips and points In the platform adopted by the Recitation, .The Vagabond
T slips and suckers delivered "
r + oil Indian River at $6.00I'l'r suckers for early delivery. committee on resolutions, were as follows Miss Mamie\ Gray -.4} PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundries
x t anywhere( (( Address : Write fur prices. It declares In favor of the free Solo.... ,Kill arney, Mr. D. Compton ,
A l 1,0(10. 13aNJ. IIooo, JOHN P. COOK, and Independent coinage of silver, with- Recitation . The Maniac
; Wavvland! Fla. Fort Pierce, Fla. out the co-operation of any other nations Ernest Vanlandingham 9 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude &
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1 + ; of a tariff for revenue only, sufficient Recitation .The Lilies' Thanksgiving
r t' to pity the expenses of the government Miss Carrie China B3T" We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.

Fancy Pines Fancy Pineapple Plants. ; of a constitutional amendmentfor Cornet Solo. . Mrs. Williams
an Income tax; and of economy In Recitation The Drunkard's Dream = We want your trade. Give us a trill
Very finest Smooth Cayenne and Hardy, vigorous, grown without shel public expenditure; is opposed to Fed- Miss Claude Vanlandingham ,

; ,1 Abakka pineapple plants. I'riceaon ter. Prices on application to eral Interference in local affairs; to a Recitation, . .The Tyrant's Doom Choice Line of Cigars. Stationery, Wall. Paper, School Supplies, Perfumery,
'd uf, application to E. C. B. TYNDALL, third term; and to the Issuing of bondsin George Strahau Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., eto. ,
J. & F. M.\ TYI.KH, 27roarCmo Waveland, Fla. times of- neace. Music . .. Choir Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps.Groceries .
,4: .f .. Fort fierce: riflery.i A time limit has been set on the de- The participants did well in their res-
, i + bate on the report of the committee on pective parts, Ernest Vanlandingham
Pineapple Plantation For Sale resolutions, one hour and twenty min carrying oft the Demorest medal which
\:; Fancy Pineapple Plants. Cheap. side.utes being considered sufficient for each was being contested for with first hon- EZl._ :ee.. .:C .,
For the Senator
majority report ors. Ice cream and cake were served at

+ I Abbaka and Egyptian queen Blips and Located on Indian River, Florida,. Bryan Tillman Jones will and be one the other chief silver exponent man; the conclusion. Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

' Buokom and Porto .Rico slips. Prices ou For description and terms, address, being the lesser lights, while the minor ,
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+ application to Box 14, Melbourne Beach, Fla.
W GORDON Bitoww, ity report will be championed chiefly by Died at Ormond. I call the Attention of the People of Indian, River toimy Stock of
Senator Hill, who will be followed by
Hobe Sound, Fla. Russell)), Vllas, and Gray. Stnple; Ac 3F* noy O-rooeries! Fruit
rr ABBAKA. On Monday morning at 10 o'clock,
,
S ... John II. Simrall, who has been 111 for And Food ProductsOf
' AA I ABBAKA Slips..... Meeting of the Brevard Demo. several weeks died, leaving a wife and All Kinds. Also My Stock of
Slips and Suckers For Sale cratic Committee. two; little girls.} He was postmaster Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
Smooth Cayenne Suckers, Red Spanish secretary of the Ormond Building and Hay, ,
from healthy, vigorous homegrown Red Spanish In any quantity. Priceson Loan Association, clerk of the Union Ground Food and Wheat.I .
Slips' plants, for sale In any application. SAEGEK BROS., A meeting of the Brevard County Church Society, an active member of the am the only house on Indian River dealing. exclusively In the above line of
quantity. Write for prices, etc. Ankona Fla. Democratic committee was held here Young People's Society of Christian En Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit
THOMAS & ELDRED, Tuesday night and Wednesday morning.It deavor, a Mason of good standing, and a your patronage. Very truly
Ankona, Fla. was decided that only white democrats highly-respected citizen. The funeral :DEI. L. :EJEl.A.DY.
and such white republicans as de- took place on Tuesday morning.
sire to become democrats and would
SLIPS and SUCKERS. pledge themselves to support the democratic
HOME GROWN -Editor Murray, of the Daytona
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; ? ticket In the ensuing campaign, lazette-News, is a happy man since getting -
should be allowed to vote In the prl- the appointment .postmaster at
:. J Pineapple Slips Fancy.... man es. Judge M. S. Jones, the secretary Daytona.The.
of the committee, was In favor of a considerable -
attention of readers is
modification of this regulation, our
''J Home-Grown Varieties...... and Capt. W. II. Sharpe of a slight mod- drawn to the odvt. of W. B. Dawson,
and Suckers. ification, but the sense of the committeewas wholesale and retail wine and liquor
,. against any modification. A blanket dealer, Jacksonville, on 4th page of this
FOR SALE.
( ballot was adopted to be printed by the Issue
Of the following Varieties committee; the plan of voting In the The Inillan River iff vary attractive at this point; "rlendltll8hlng\ ,eto. The land U "I,..l llf
ABBAKA. primaries Herman Grove. The J., St. A.& I. R. ivy run through the property, making shipping racilltleiunaurpaaBed.
{' FOR SALE : PORTO RICO. law.An S 11 y For particulars,address tile owner,
assessment of $5: each was levied ARTHUR D. PERKINS, New Haven' Cone
GOLDEN QUEEN. against the candidates campaign pur-
Abbaka Porto Rico Egyptian Queen
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SMOOTH CAYENNE poses, and only those who pay this assessment -- --
Golden Queen Ripley Queen Smooth will be allowed to have their
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and names on the ticket or to be voted for. i'' ED:: IPiRD:: sTILING.e.Coccus. :: .
Cayenne, Pernambuco, and RED SPANISH. Prior to the transaction of the businessof JACKSONVILLE FLA.QEOItO .
4 the committee an Informal meeting Florida
Red Spanish : ,
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LAKE WORTH FRUIT CO
Apply to G. C. MATT1IAMS\ ., : DEALER INWood ........

J' Florida Pineapple Company, Lake Worth, Fla. MAKX.\ JOHN MARX. Metallic

a v WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. Correspondence Solicited. MARX :B <>S.I! and
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,. Wholesale Dealers In-
I and Caskets
Coffins
n ; Consult. .JumcN Alott KutablUhml I"".'. -
Groceries: : ,. Fruit: and: produce: .

'iiJ, L. BARBOT & CO. 131 and 133 East Hay Street and ,9.3: and 93 Ncwimn Street
Orlando Nursery, for orange, lemon :
.. and grape fruit trees, grape vines and JAOl4 Marshal Nlol roses. General Commission. the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using the:

., JAM Orlando,KB: MOTT\ Fla.t ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY,, attention.most Improved methods of embalming. All orders EDWARD by mail STILING or wire ,receive prompt

II'j I. & a j 8 Coooa,-Indian River, Fin.I .
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t S 8. TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege
:s
'j 1IOTKL NOTKS. 43 :" tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow -
ac>> lalla. ..s Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.
l f We now have open In Tltusvlllo two OQ 1&:1: MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLL, FLA. COLD DRINKS
C
, ifI! good and well-managed summer, hotelsas
you will find in any part of Florida. 329 & 331 1 Poydras St.,
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; : :- CarpenteringOf >> REFERENCE.. : NEW I i ('Rnnl llnnk.Metropolitan ORLEANS. Hank.Commercial LA., LANDS for Lemons, Grape Fruit &: PineapplesIN The City Steam Bottling Works


I AICOUeltlll. BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES FLORIDA.In .

t' all kinds done at reasonable rates. ... MARTIN cab T'1J'oa&IEI.: ::: Pr: p's.+
Orders for lumber and work punctually order to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruit In the Counties named, the
attended to. Address: Tin' CHICAGO CONVENTIONThere Birch 1 Beer RootBeer and Ale. Lemon Cream
J. M. KOQKRS, Tltusvlllo Fla. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. will, for the next 9 months, make a Re- Ginger ,

[Remember. the AUVOCATR, Titus- volved In are the toe Democratic many possibilities Convention In at duction of Twenty-five Per Cent on Price of Its Lands in Above Counties, Ging r, Strawberry and Sarsaparilla Soda.

vilio, does all kinds of job printing. Giveus Chicago to make It a profitable subject OR UNTIL DECEMBER 15th, 1894. Best Equipped Bottling Works South of Jacksonville.
11 siiar of your work.] for speculation. What the platform Is ,::r: For terms and Prices apply to _
to be Is the chief rock on which the silver D. C. SUTTON or W. It. MOSES West Palm Beach, Fla. OPofalt Palm: IBoeioli: Florida: : .
men split. They differ as to whetherIt W. C. VALENTINE, Fort Lauderdale' Fla. -
would be better to declare solely for F. S. MOUSE, Miami, Fla. or to
'" free silver, or to have a regular democratic JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
platform, touching on all the ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. THE DECANTER.
r'J Issues of the day. Prospect of the gold ,

.\; : men are not discouraging, owing to the
dlsaentlons and differences of opinion In
Rena-ker
Jii to the take silver advantage ranks, and of their the hoime plan divided will be HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ? Lasley cfC : ,

.: against/ Itself. Senator 11111 has been Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rums Gins and Whistles,
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chosen as nominee for the !gold men, _
I' i'i't ;\. and, though some of his friend on the If not, don't you think you ought to have one ? I have got the Five Minute Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.

other side have urged him strongly not White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, at the following price, via : A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Tables-
to his to be used he has
permit name
resolved It 1 Is laid, to make the fight. 1 quart at. . ,* 1.30 each. Family and hotel trade I Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail I
That the convention will be for diver at :J quart at. . . . .. .. . ., . .. 1.90 each. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & REXAKER,TituBvllle,Fb-
WE respectfully solicit 16 to 1, U a foregone conclusion; who 3 quart at. . 1.80 each.. -
of fruit and vegetables from consignment down-river the candidate will be, still remains to 4 quart at. .. , .. . 2.20 each. -
be seen. The chief strength of the gold These prices are only good. until the stock'la exhausted. Keep your eye .on Awarded Gold MeW, |and Diploma of Honor at Cotton State and International Expedition
in small lot .
parties such melon
a* men lies In their compactness. Whereas this Bargain Column. AtlantaUa., IKOft.
pineapples., grape and all other fruit the silver men are an undisciplined .
And vegetable We will guarantee remittance their opponent are well officered, ready. THEG. H. HAMMOND COMPANY
on day of sale. to obey order and are of ono mind. No THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
; decided ,
liver' platform ha yet been on; ,
AVERA GROCERY CO., wish to Ignore the tariff question
some
Tltu.villo, Fla. entirely; other want an absolute free Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread -* PORK AND BEEF
PRODUCTS.
trade platform; the majority, however,
favor confining the platform to the financial FOR SALE BY -
question In toto. This difference of Hammond, Ind., Sooth Omaha Neb.. Chicago.: Ills
1 liable to lead to ruction Salesroom, 234 West Bay St., Thos. Fla.
opinion From the*present aspect of affairs It II I EDWARD STILING....... ,- ..... ..........,.. W. Dank, Manager, Jacksonville,
What!
Impossible to foresee the result, the only Pm Leaf Lard So Cbeap ? Yes We are Sailing HAUOfltt

certainty In the majority.A being.that the silver men are The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer. :: have of Garden.hen good Barrows "CALOIEr BRAID -

telegram from Chicago to the ADVOCATE suitable for Truck Gardener and Orange Growers, 3-ln tread; A size larger Kettle KndgrtPiu* Leaf Lard, Hammond' -Homemade" Ltd'
suitable for Plantation
Pineapple 0-ln. tread. .
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l' Tuesday, says : In Tierces, 4..
"Danlela defeated lllll for temporary COCOA, Indian River, FLORIDA. Q.'Uaran"tecd.
Abo1'U"teJ.y/ P'Ure.

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