Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00038
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: August 7, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: UF00079909:00038
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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01. 1.2. No. 2 6. TITUSVILLE. FLA., FRIDAY, .A.TJGL 7, 1896.. [Price, 5c. !,


[LOCAL I NEWS -Mr. Gad Bryan, of New Smyina, left Itcnil This!' Column Carefully. I -Mr, Frank Forster, of Orchid, was -Mr. F. A. Morgan\ Is taking M vacation Stow for I(cut.Tho .
for :Miami on Tuesday. In town 'etlnesdnyandThureday.! of a few days.

|d Topics of General Interest. Captain and Mrs. R. A. Ilnrdoo, of ,:ar: If you need any job printing, we -Tax Assessor J. F. Woolen, of Cocoa -The County Commissioners' ropottla store In tho ADVOCATH block

Sebastian, were in town Tuesday.lIon. shall be pleased to get a share of It. was" plonsant caller at thin office crowded out of this Issue. just vacated by E. L. Brady la for rent.

Wednesday.. -Mr. W. W. Russell of ClnctnnntuaKaims Apply to Robbing A: Grahnm
In connectloitIth
ej, and General OoMlp W. R. Sanders was a pleasant ,
Itlwityne Hny. lake Worth, Iiiillnn, caller at the ADVOCATE office on Monday LOCAL AnvTs. Ten Cents Per Line, Per -Capt. R. D. Iloko and family came pltld1\lInmla visit this week. TltusvIIto, Fla.

Lnmin and Halifax JUv...... Key WontEd Week on this (front) page. up from Jensen iu their shale Inuucli -Mr. John C. Jones has boon spending -
other lrnportantPointe along t1Liit > this week. Gold VM. Silver.
all a tow days nt Fort Pierce this week.
-Mr. J. R. Wilson, of Miami, who has
Coat: of Florida. Brief iiieiltlou of been WHKIIK: to stop. bee list of hotels on -Mr. J. O. Walton left here, Tuesday,
upending couple of days In Jackonvlllo
-Mr. Tom Deokor to town
[tending Kveiitu from Various. 1'Brtn our 7th page for Jacksonville, to meet Homo filends came up Many prominent sound money Do mo-
returned home .
the 'World( About I'tiople You Know on Monday.Mr. from the iioitli.Mr. f'l)1I1111111\ yesterday, and 1 will retain (11'ntH hlllllt rousing meeting: In Jacksonville iV
Id People Von J>i>ii't Know Picked -: J. O. Bast and Mr. Walker left for ix few days. on Monday last. Homo of the best
l>by Our Society Editor and n large MnffCoriwponilents for Cocoa, Kockleclgo and other points, PAINTOFF, for removing/ nil kinds of Chan. II. Naumnn, a piominent Piosldont Goo. F. Miles, of tho Democrats In the state attended thu
from all kinds surfaces with-
sontteretl along the Tuesday, to attend to insurance bubl- paint pineapple grower" from llaiilovor, was In Canal Co., expects] to leave for Natural mooting, whllo many sent In their names .
ml Count of Florida. ness, returning to town next day. out Send burning.for circulars/See toSOUTIIEASTKHV ad. on 2nd page. town a few days this week. Lake, Vn., today.Mr. is, supporters of the movement. '

Mr. and! Mis. J. T. Ware and Janice Piltcluird nndMr.. K. L. Brady,
Mr. Julius of i
one Co.
Tyler proprietor / PAINTOFF
Zuko lionnker returned from
of Titusvlllo and tho Hon. II. 8. WllianiH -
If- JOB PRINTING at this olttco. of the most comfortable summer hotels /St. Augustine FU., and Boston. and Miss at Howell Tlllmnn., of Bowie, Texas, nru Miami on Wednesday, and MIK. Koiiaker of Itocklodgn; have also joined ii
the East in Tltusvillorlonday. stopping
on Coast was \
and baby lost Saturday.Mr. ho bound Money Club. I'

JULIUS KMNK:, the dry goods merchantof -Mr. Edward Stlling! Cocoa's well D. A. Blodgett'a/ finn residence Willing the AKVOOATH from Atlanta, .

f4ITION OF -Mr. JAS. F. Mitchell, after spending Tltusville, In now offering gents:( known merchant, has gono to Saeo Mo., on Rldgowood! avenue, Daytonu, Is being n prominent Demooiat Hay: "I admire t
a few months In Jacksonville, assisting night shirts, this and next week for to join his wife and family for nwhilu.Mr. pushed forward lapldly.Mr. tho stand the pink paper line taken.

!Jr. E. P. Porcher returned to Cocoa on 75cts!' ; fully worth fl.CI,11: and J. C. Enos, candidate for county Thin free silver craze': Is one of the most
Monday.Mr. secure what you need lu this line while school superintendent, paid his respectsto Burnham Norwood came up giavo In the history of our country and
the price Is low. from MiamiVudnoedny. to spend u 1 certainly cannot follow Mr. Bryan In '
the ADVOCATE on Wednesday.Mr. .
Geo. F. Miles president ami Iten'l.mlnager .
1U n couple of days In town. his crusade against honesty nnd the
of the Canal Company, returnedto R. W. Davis of l'alatka-an,1
of ] Tho will
rights labor. gold standard
/bt. Augustine, Monday, after making Fon first class shoemaking and repairing probably other gentlemen-will speak at -Mr. Benedict, of the wholesale dry
an inspection of the canal in Dade Co. call on J. A. Unughtery, Washingtonavenue the Tltusvlllo Court-house this (Friday) /Roods firm of llonudlct, Pol Ink &; Co., moio money our money enter.
but the silver atandnrri will
pilses give
Titimville, Fla. Shoes made JackHonvlllo, will ]leave to-day to join 1 ;
i -Mr. F, S. Hodges has purchased thong to order in line style. evening. his family at Saratoga.Miss our ]laboring men I' ra.eellt: dollar Instead,
Mermaid!, which was burned and r During: the Illness of tho the Rev A. of tho 100-eent dollar"
link at Ute Wilson Cypress company's D. Penney, this week, Mr. Adhemnr Wllllo Otwell, after spending a
wharf, Palatka, a few months ago. THE Indian River hotel barber short has Brady Is taking charge of the store at week or so In town very pleasantly with
the best workman In the county. We Mints. the Misses Norwood, returned to her A AVedtUiii In Tltusvlllo.
-Mr. J. M. Sanders and daughters and i guarantee satisfaction to all our cus- home Kt liahla on Wodnoaday.Mr. .
Mrs. Weinberg/ and family of Cocoa, left Services will bo tho
held at
for Seabreeze last Saturday. They have I tomers. II. S. Meadow, prop. Presbyterian Carl Breltwlsoh bas Bold out his Mr. Bonj. I). Pylos anti Miss\ Claudlno '
I .church, by the Kov. H. 1\(. Good-
business at ho Vunlandlnghaiu joined the holy
rented a cottage on the beach for several ell on Sunday next the Otli Inst. both 1.011101City. Yesterday were
U fit MA weeks. MONEY. Wo want money to loan ou first and left for Foit riorce. Mrs Uroltwlsch la bonds matrimony, on Tuesday night,
real estate mortgages.' Ten per cent morning evening topping with her mother at LaGrango.Tho nt the Methodist church tho Kov. A. I).
0= S -:Mr. F. J. Webb, of East Melbourne, fieo of all expenses to lender. D. L. -Tho Enst Const Line has had several Penney olllclatlng. The church, which
was in town Monday, and became a subscriber Ganldon]( Tltusville.HIKE'S men employed this week, clearing the Suit Crest, Seabreeze, under was Illled with un assemblage of our
lN TN11 to the ADVOCATE. We are cor- land of brush around tho Tltusville rail- the able] management of Mr. S. Hnlgh I townspeople and others from tho- allb-

INDIAN alnly getting them all along the East way station. la a very pleasant place to atop commanding orbs, was tistloally bedcokocl with How
AWQCATI Coast. Root Boer-the great summer as It does, a grand view of the era palms and other floral embellishments
IVERIf drink-at F. S.: ChalTco & Co's. -Mr.'Edward Sudlow, manager of tho ocean. ,
-Our well known tends, Mr. and South Jacksonville Foitlllzor for the occasion, a bnnd of white
company, and Mir\ Frnnk ribbon dl'Uptl.II\CI'OKI4 the church In front
Mr. and
Mrs. Chas. L. Myers, have left Jackson has been down the river this week attending Ironmonger

vllle for Savannah, where they expect to HAVE you been to Seabreeze this sum to matters for his firm which family will leave Jacksonville to-day for of the chancel' from which wore suspended
you receive a sample copy reside permanently Mr. Myers Is superintendent mer ? If not, be sure you go there. the Catsklll Mountains, N. Y. Mra.Ironmonger two floral wreaths with the let-
Is business.Mr. .
ADVOCATE, It la an intimation that of the bouthern Express Co. Take train to Daytona, and ask for II. he says doing a good I\lJIlfa.nlly. will remain until tOI'1I "1" and "V" worked In tlowora na

line would give us pleasure to add your Q. Hawley] He has one of tho most Cleveland of tho woll known October, but Mr Ironmongers stay will their eentie.plooua, nicking a pleasing
to our fast-Increasing list of sub- -We appreciate the many complimentary comfortable conveyances In Daytonafor furniture stole, Jacksonville, passed be short one. effect
-Iber8, It does not cost you three letters the ADVOCATE has received drives to, and on the beach. south Monday, on his way to West Palm A fow minutes after eight o'clock as
pit* per week (postage included) whenon of late from several East Coast Beach and Miami in connection with -The member of the Tltiiavlllo band, thu beautiful trains of tho wed-
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by the year, and It can be sent toIn subscribers, and will endeavor to merit business for his brother assisted by n force of other helper, ding match resounded through tho ecli-
in any part of the United /States or their good will In the future as in the -Take note of the now ad. of Mr. G. moved their band stand to the southwest floe, the bridal party marched down the
nada without extra expense. past. Cary-Elwes in another column. -bliss Jonnnette Paddison left bore corner of the block Mr. E. L. ountro nlslo to Its appointed place, Mr. II
Tuesday for Washington, Ga., on a visit Brady's now store Is erected on. The
= P. E. Puokott with Miss lletta Tolnr |f
$1.50 per annum, in advance.. -Rev. II. W. Ooodoll, who has been Mr. T. Blackshear, after a pleasant to her friend. Miss\ Leila Anthony MissJeannetto's band will give an opon-nlr concert tonight
11.00 six months, > visit to Indian River has returned to his (Sanford) coming first, Mr L. T. Cood-
of weeks at ,
spending a couple Daytona many friends will miss burin nt 7::.K) o'clock.Mr. .
$2.00 per an. to foreign countiios. Beach.retuI'ned to Tltusvlllo on Mon home In Thoinasvllle Ga. town during tho next month or so.Messrs ey with Miss lola Davis, second, and tho
S. D. Geiger loft hero, Wed non- contracting parties bringing up the rear
( the next day.
day and left for Miami
-Mrs. S. A. Bravo and son Paul, accompanied \V. II. Sharpe, J. F. Wooten, day, for Ualoesvlllo, from which point Mr Puokett acted as beat man, while the
-Tax Collector E. W. Hall, of Shaipes, Mr. Goodell enjoyed his trip to.the. by Mrs. Cnrrern, left St. Aug. ]II. D. Hokc, A. L. Hatch, John Henry, ho will go to Macon, la., aa Misses Davis and Tolor. In pretty white
pid( us a pleasant visit on Monday.Mr. bench very much. ustine for West Palm Bench, Monday J. 1[, Sands, 1C. A. Hardoe, Geo. F. En- for the Continental National Building/ dresses, made charming Lrldeamuldit.].

[- K. W. Ooode, of ![Melbourne -Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Russell were -Miss Annie Paddlson spent from say, J. C. Enos, John Houston, Dan Miller and Loan Association. l\[rll. Geiger will The bride looked very sweet In a suit of ,
It nt to Jacksonville Monday, to attend fishing off Ormond bridge the first of the Saturday until Monday In town with her and other prominent down-i'Ivor.residents remain In Tltusvlllo for the preaont.Mr. white organdie! trimmed with ribbon nu '. '

[political meeting held there. week and made a fine haul of trout and parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Paddlson. were In town this week. Carl C. CurtlsH bclnu heartily lace and wore whlto gloves to match; I Iwhile
other fish. We understand Mrs. Russell wan ; the groom looked serenely happy
I-Mr. A. C. Dittmar of Fort Pierce -Supt., II. J. DolHon] entertained n congratulated by his friends In
Is becoming quite an expert at fishing -The orange: grove at Rocklodge, many attired In the conventional black, and
I as a pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE with rod and leel. owned by Mr. J. M. Paine, of Mlnnoapo- few visitors, from Mime, at tile Electric town yesterday the reason being the arrival bad on white gloves.
pice on Monday. Pis Minn., l la said to be looking remarkably Light Wuiks, on Tuesday evening, by of an fib.] baby girl at his rosldonoe The ceremony which made them aa
-Mr. Harry C. Wilson, of Palatka, was well. Initiating them into some of the mystor- Wednesday night. Wo understand It Is
( one was soon over and the happy couple
-Editor ,
W. M. Featherly] of the the the Algonquinfor les of Ask the ladles how and
among passengers on electricity. a little bounty Curl In beaming over and friends wumlod
their relatives theh'way
Iiaml Metropolis, has been spending aiw New York Sunday morning. He Is -Mr. Gus P. Anthony, of West Palm they enjoyed the shocks with 11m lie".
to tho realdenco of thu bride'.
days in Jacksonville this week. the next month In the north, Beach was a passenger on 'rtiosday'snorthbound parr
to spend
I-Civil and will visit friends In various parts of train, en route to Georgia, Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold -We regret to learn that Cashier C. S. ante, Mr. and Mrs. H. (I. Vnrilandlnglium,
Itor Engineer G. Trevor Spencer, the east during his absence. for a vacation of a couple of weeks' with divine sorvlco at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Schuyler, of the Indian River State on Main street where a reception wait
spending some time In Dade county ; his parents. Mr. Glen Strohm ac om. church, Tltusville, on Sunday noxt, the Dank, bus been on the sick Hat this hold and congratulations wore ottered.
kaminlng the work done on the canal, -Capt. J. H. Smith and son Joe arrived wanted him. Oth Inst., at 11 a. m. and 7:3": p m. week. In consequence of thin, 1'iealdent Later tile Tltiiavlllo band gave them I a I
turned to St. Augustine on Saturday. here from Jacksonville on Monday.The Holy Communion will be administered James Piltctmid has been kept oxceodlngly serenade, the selections of iniiNlo plujcd .

I-Editor C. B. Kendall, proprietor oflo captain has come down to look after -Capt. A. J. Canova, who loft Rock- at the morning service. busy. We hope to nee. Mr. seeming to be much enjoyed, and at its I
New Smyrna Breeze, showed his his property In Tltusville while Joe has ledge in the yacht Kingston about two Selluylor out again ero long. conclusion the members wore cordially
and Goo. Andrews and
Mr. Mrs. E.
knial few Into the bicycle repairing business, weeks ago was mot In Jacksonville entertained. Tho presents were numer- I I
countenance in town for n gone -------
linutca, Monday He was on his way with headquarters on the railway wharf. Monday by an ADVOCATE reporter. Ho two children, of Eden boarded the Clyde ors Miss Mine Vrndy ably presided at
Senator Quay on Indian JCIver.
at Jacksonville
for several steamer Algonquin, on
> Miami for a short visit. lad been trying days past to the organ on this occasion. I
-Mr. Chris. Hale, a well known former get the Kingston shipped to New York Sunday, en route to Now York and other I Mr. Pyloa la tho Southern Express
I -Mr. S. B. SynimcB, of Courtonay, employe of the Indian River Steam by: way of the Clyde Line, but up to that points north to spend the remainder of Senator Matthew H. Quay of Heaver, agent at thla place and a young man of
pvo the ADVOCATE a pleasant call on boat company, is now in PalatkH look- day he bad failed to get her away. Capt. the summer Pa., on board his private oar Wlldwood, exemplary character, whllo Miss Van- I .

f ue day. lIe says he Is still In the race ing after the interests of Mr. L. C. Canova said that If the Clyde company -The new store of Mr E. L. Brady, passed through Tltusvlllo, Wednesday landlngham la the oldest daughter of I
B a candidate for senator and that he C/'anova at the ice factory, the latter failed to find room on one of their steamers facing the ADVOCATK block, was finish afternoon, en routo to hla winter home one of our merchants, and line a host of i .
annot be bought or sold. rented a cottage at this week he would take the King- at Ht. Iiticle. In conversation with an
gentleman having ed this week and It looks as If Contractor the lends hero. Tho newly-married couple :
j -Judge Minor S. Jones and his little Anastasia for the summer. ston to Fernandina, and ship her by way P. J. Hall had made n good! job of It. ADVOCATE senator representative said his trip south, jollylooking had beena stayed at the residence of the brldo'a j.

laughter Annie went down to Fort -Capt. E. T. Rose, of Riviera, who has of the Mallory Line. As reported in The store la a ]largo/ .and neat one, and very hot one, and tho coolest place he parents Tuesday night and next day ,
fierce last Saturday. The judge return- been to New York as escort for his wife last week's ADVOCATE the above launch Mr. Brady Is now doing business In It.: had found up to Wednesday wu In the took; up their abode In the Boone cot. i
|I Monday[ and went right through to Cecilia Koso-passed through was purchased by Mr. Chas McLaugh- Cage In North Tltuavllle which Mr. I
-Lady Indian River section tho East Const.
liD of New York. Capt. Canova entered -Mr. John Klnlg: one Jacksonville'sinventor's
has had renovated nnd furnished
Jacksonville, leaving his daughter to rolialn Titusville Tuesday, en route to his home the pink to follow him north. and n former resident of this lie has gono to Ht. Lucia to take a much. 'ylos'
with her uncle for a while. The Lake Worth. Lady Rose will spend paper before for himself anti wife. The house wa
on section arrived town Monday\ for the needed rest tho din of political '
Rigs returned to town Wednesday. the summer with relatives in England. -Mr. antI Mrs. E. P. Porcber and purpose of examining the small steamer battle has fully commenced, and to enjoy formerly occupied by Col. Chris Hale '

I -A gentleman from Seabreeze, writing Capt. Rose Informed us that he will\ go family, who have been spending several Cleo with a view to her purchase. He himself at his favorite pastime, hauling and The flunll,. In Mr. '
ADVOCATE Joins wishing
lie. north again shortly. months In Jacksonville, passed through In lie to make
ADVOCATE this week, says: "Your also paid his IIh.tor-I'II. Carlllo, of LaGrange tarpon. expect and Mra. life of .
lmk paper Is read with much interest by -Quite a large number of white and Tltusville, Monday, en route to Rock- -a visit while in this section. quite a little stay on Indian. Klver. Mr. and Pylea a long happl es
Vuldenta and visitors both here and at I colored persona took advantage of the ledge. In conversation with an ADVOCATE Richard Quay will join bill father next prosperity. +
aytonR. reporter Mrs. Porcber said she -Mr. Wm. Wentworth prominent week I\t4lSt. Lucie. Senator was
Find stamps enclosed for SOjoples excursion to Miami on Monday. There Quay
of last to well was much disappointed with Jacksonville president of Minneapolis, Minn., who accompanied by his brother and Judge
and much
Issue success nine coaches fairly
were passenger and glad to back to Indian has been upending several weeks down Notice.
was get
Jon and the popular ADVOCATE." filled with excursionists. About thirty Wakeham, of the Supreme Court of
River to keep coo]. All her children had Indian River, came up to town from I'onnllylvanla-two line, strong-looking

-Mr. J. N. Chalker, of Lotus, paid them boarded the train W. S.at Norwood Tltusville, ,Carl among C. been Ill In the metropolis, and they were Melbourne] Tuesday, and gave the An- gentlemen .who will a *lat In pulling In 'The Democratic primary at the Haul- ,
ntunvllle a flying visit on Saturday last. being not Mr Porcher la the general VOCATE office a short call. He was accompanied
and other Huh. three
tarpon They are will be held the
Mrs. J. E. Bowman Mrs. J. D. well/et. over on Aug. 15th at
|Ir. Curtlss
Chalker has charge of the Verbeke ,and others. Indian River and Lake by Mr. Horace II. Lo/.elle, of noted fishermen and may atop at St. residence of Manning Grime/ between

property, and says he never saw It lookg Crabb Worth Pineapple Growers' Association, Minneapolis.. Lucle six weeks If the mosquitoes will the hour of 10 a. m. and >3 p. m.
better. He expect a good crop of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pentland and for whom he Is said to have done some
-Contractor P. J. Hall, with a force keep aa Scarce aa they are at present.We By order of the Committee.
tangerine oranges this coming season two children after spending a couple of excellent work. The Association had of men, has been engaged thin week hope to be able to find time to accept .
I" the trees are bending with fruit. Mr. weeks or so very pleasantly on the better make their headquarters at Tltus tearing down the rear part of :Mr F. T. the aenator' Invitation to visit him
I he handler Is another new subscriber to beach, near Canaveral returned to town ville next season. We nave good facili- Budge's hardware store, which was at Ht. Lucie BOrne day. California'*; Fluent Claret
| ADVOCATK.Mr. looking greatly benefited by ties as well as two railroads for transporting
last Friday, framework, covered with galvanized Senator Quay ban many friends along
Jaudon Brown, the hustling their outing. Mr. P. lays they Indulged the pineapples. Iron. The building now entirely brick the East Coast who would like to have .J.73: per dozen-W-: : Dawaon, Jack-' E Esonvllle

f ml popular traveling passenger agent of In surf bathing bicycle riding, turtle and the Insurance will be 1e... The galvanized seen him receive the nomination for Fla.
|he Florida East Coast Line was In TI- hunting, etc., and on the whole had a Attention Pineapple Growers 1 1I t Iron will be shipped to Mr. p oslclent.. w

luavlllo a day or so last week working good time. Bear tracks were numerous Budge at Miami for use on his stable Bicycle Repairing.I .
fard In the Interest of his company and on the beach, but they did not get a quote all heart pine for pineapple ,
halting hands with his many friends sight of bruin. shedding delivered to point by rail -We are In receipt of the prospectus Pineapple FarmAt Y
fir- Brown doe not let between Fort Pierce and Hobe Soundat of the Florida State Agricultural College, am now prepared to attend to all

odes. his feet when he anything to Blgn. $14 per thousand !In carload lots: Lake City, for 180.VO, and a cursoryglance Waveland Flo., will be aoUi at aacrlfleo. kind of bicycle repairing. Your wheel
['<>. He no doubt follows In the foot- other points in proportion. Special! at Its contents convince na thatIt cleaned and lubricated for $1.00. Puno-,

fteps of Vice-president Parrott, who I Irverlastlngly II price on lath and lumber In small lots. would be to the advantage of parent WriteG.. E. Cots, agent, ture repairing a apeclalty. All work,
moving around closely Glass work a specialty. O. F. PADDISOff wishing to give their children good, Jensen, Fla. guaranteed.
detail In connection with JOE SMITH Jr.Titusville Eau Gallic, Fla. sound and practical education, to send JOB SMITH JR.
patching every
fl Coast Line. Fla.T. them to this fine Institution, of which Titusville, Flo. ,
Prof. O. Clute I Is pre ldent. Fine r
Dentistry.Dr. .
If You Drink Liquor '\ B. Dawson A Valuable Offer. Be Sure to Head Thla.
D. A.Thomjuon, Leeeburg and Dr Old, pure and mellow corn whiskey, -

Get; it pure fro-W-B: Dawson, Jack Jacksonville, Fla., state agent for A. J. Manna, Umatilla, are at the Indian For Sale, or will exchange for desirable .::1.00 and I J.fiO. B. per gallon.W. Jacksonville.. For *Je. or will exchange for doel,..
IOYll1e, Fla. Bartholomew Rochester bottled beer-a River hotel, Ttuvllle, prepared to do Florida real estate, my Interests In four t weor, ble FlorlJms property, took of merohan- '

fine tonlo-$1.23 per dozen; 910.50 per all kind of dental work by the latest valuable mining properties carrying gold d...., consisting of drug. stationery,
Bones Wanted. barrel. and moat approved method Teeth extracted -1 liver and lead; situated In New Mexico. Millinery. tobacco, cigar and cat liquors; situated -
without pain. Own i Interest In two, | la one, and la New Mexico; will Invoice with
Save your bone* and send them to the All work done scientifically and In avery 11-18 la l another. For particular, address Miss Florence Norwood TltuavllU, fixtures about ",000; the Hneat climate
lacQonvllle Fertilizer Co., South Jack Sample of "Palntoff" may be had satisfactory manner. D. B. W., care of ADVOCATE Tltturille Fla. Mall order promptly and efficiently for coniumptlvea.- Addre**, D. W. B.
1"l11e. FU. Will pay cash for them."jJjt'L at the ADVOCATE office free of charge. Call or make appointment by mall. Fla. attended to. care ADVOCATE:, Tlttivllle Fla.


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SHIPPING FLORIDA- PINKS.: New Executive Committee. I All the People Florida East Coast Railway

Merit Method In Detail-Checks and EAU GALLIK, FLA., July] 30, 800. Should keep themselves healthy, and
especial care should be -given to
Ilalaticeg.) / Editor Advocate!:
Health depends
matter at this time. JacKsonville St. Augustine and Indian River
i( t "Merit talk" the The Florida] Farmer" Fruit Grower I would suggest the following names pure, rich blood, for when' the Railway
blood is and impoverished dls- Time Table 10 Effect June 151h. 1800.
fatrlnile value fflood' Talks I for our new Executive committee to be Impure
y says there Is a slight falling oft In the eases of various kinds are almost certainto
Barnaparilla. of voted for at the democratic primaries on =:::::,
Merit In medicine shipments pineapples. But the general result. The one true blood purifierIs South Bound. North Bound.No. :
the to
means .
+ ( power agent, )fr. E. P. Porclier, thinks the the 13th : Goo. B. Gardner, B. R. Wilson Hood's Sarsaparilla. By its power to
ore. Hood'SarsaparlUfl actual No. No. .
pooaewe will W. II. Sharpe T. J. Snell M. Sea- purify and vitalize the blood it has 8TATIONS. Si'ATIUNS.No. Nc-
and unequalled curative and therefore shipments continue all through the of 31. 81 209 M 78. XO.3'l' roe \
It hag true merit. power When month In sufficient volume to justify the brook Sams, Eli Walker, Ed. Summerlin, proved itself to record be the of safeguard remarkable LvJack.oovllle... 'T1W T01 j -........ -. ..I.vJ\\I..ml ;. ... .. 1I0J( a III.- 615 l-
you health, and the Ar St AuJt"Htine. 1080 a 8211 I' Lv mon City.. .. 11111 a III '
'i / Hood' Sarsaparilla take it according maintenance of the Jacksonville agency. J. 1\[. :Minor, Steve Jones. cures effected proves that It has wonderful St AultuHtlne. 10 all a Lv I't' Lauder..le.. 11111 am. 724 lIiS: I'Lv

a to directions, to purify your blood, or The details of the shipping advices, I remain, yours truly, power over disease. It actually nuupermanently Lv-E.-Yslatka.-I 1128-a .-- .-.- ...- t: W Llnwn.Yahn.ii ISach, .. .. 7 a ; : na m ,;, t II'

, cure any of the many blood disease, you way-bills, checks and balances are the DEMOCRATIC VOTER. cures 1 when all other preparations ArI'alatka..11Mla Lvl'alatk". .. .... 10611 a ...... .... .".. ...... ... .W.Jupiter' .... e0tpat.' 1,110 ,'
.. I'ArSanMateo.
I whatever. LvJel.He. .. .
! fall to do good 860 .
f a n'
are morally certain to receive benefit. most complete] and elaborate ever any i ..... 1011.. .. LvE t The power to cure is there. You are not First member of the association Don't let anyone persuade you to take Lv San Mateo .. 10 (00 a .....Lv Fort" I'lerce.. .. 940 a III 8III 8 I'I
It will saw. every anything else. instead of Simmons Liver Encampment Lv 6rlOonl:::::::: Vii j p .:::::::: Lv Seh..tian.. .... loss am :. .. .I I''
r trying an make Biennial
I experiment. your or other grower shipping throughIt Knights of Pythian/ Lv Daytona.-. ... 107 I' .... .... ..... ... ....Lv\elbonrno.] .... 1128 amLv . ..
I t, blood pure, rich and nourishing, and thus Regulator. Some merchants will try to Port OranJte. . .. .... .... .. .....LvEIIIIU..llle. ... 1I11a 110111.. ,.
i d j ka drive out the of disease (over two hundred In all) Is furnished do this, but not for your good. They do at Cleveland, O. Lv New Sm ... I tlp .' .. .... .. .... LVl"ckle"ge! l title .."' ,
, germs ,strengthen with shipping advices In triplicate. On it to make a little more profit on something ........ 2za P . .... .... ...... Lvtocoa..I (l9pln .. ..
the nerves and build up the wholesystem. which Is of LV ('000a..,... .... 881 P . ..... .. .... LvT..tn.vllle". .... 1211I11'I III. .
L one side of each is a bill lading to be an Inferior quality, For the above occasion the F. C. &: P. LvRocklel, hUll .. .. . . .. .., ..LV ewSm.rluIIIJ 1'111.. .1'.1'L"Tleu.vlll. .
though you u must pay just as much for sell roundtrip Lv Ean Oalll.( .. .... .4a9p . . .... .. .. .. . Lv lort Oranle.. 22'J pm. .
given by the Florida] East Coast Jl'y; on the bad us for the ( nBo sure to take and Southern Railway will uurne, .... oil:! I I' .. . ...... .. ... I.v D u tone ... .... 28j; 1'10. ..
the other side Is a shipping advice Simmons Liver Regulator and nothing tickets from all points in Florida to LvMelbSebaatlun. ...... 41111' .. . .. .... .....? . Lvl/rmuud.. ,..... 245 I' m..., .
[: L.'Hood's Lv Fort Fierce.... 60llp . . 410 a ...... v East l'alatka,., _428 p m .
: which specifies every possible particular, else. Look for the red Z on every pack !. Cleveland, 0., at a rate of one fare for LvE'len.. .. ..... 0321' ..... .. 618 a .. ....ArSllnJ\llltc.. ..., 111101.11&- _
the varieties of pineapples, crates and age. the round trip. Tickets will be sold L.Jeo.elJ"... .... 037 I' ..... . 1181 a .. .... Lv Sun Matan... 300 I' III.. ... .... .
Lv W. JIIIlter.... 130 p ...... 807 a _
: l Sarsaparilla half crates of each variety, size of applesto Relative to size the strongest creatureIn Aug./ 21st, 22nd and :2.'Jrd: limited for Lr LvRI..lera.W Palm: .Beach. .. 8011 7116 p p .... .... ..... .. .980. ..a...,... ........ .'ifittkr.Lv i'alatka.l ............... 4MI 4110( I'p m in _:.:.:.:.:..' ,

the whole crate, total crates, total the world Is the flea, which can leap return until Sept. 2nd. Lv Linton ..., ,. S44: I' ........ 1I08a .. .... ArSt. Auj.tu..tloe.. 1110 p ... -
Is the bent,In fact-the One True Blood Purifier. .. ..... .. .... Lv
pines date advantage I.v Ft Lauler.lale. 9311 p 1111 a Augustlne 615 I' in.. 100,
I1 place, name of shipper, etc. 200 times Its own length. If could Those who contemplate taking .
a .
a Preparedoniybyc.L11ood&Cu.LowellMaee. man Lv lemon City. 1020 I' ,.... ... 81MI..a .. .... Ar.Jwk.onvllle. 6.111 I' 8IiJlL. .
4't t no not One of those Is to be given to the purser jump proportionately, one leap would / of this cheap rate can secure ArMllLml..1030I' ... 32'J.' .a ... A. &; W. itRtNCI{, ----

r Hood' Pills gripe Air Pllrge.druggixU PAin. 2Iio.or or conductor, anpther to be forwardedto carry him from St. Louis to Chicago. through sleeping cars from Jacksonville Trains 31, 32, 37. and 18 between Jacksonville -"

i ti the Jacksonville agent, the third to to Cincinnati only via F. C. & P. and' and St. Augustine, dally. NORTH BUL'Nb

------- --- ---- -- be retained 1 by the shipper. All these You ''can't buy happiness but If you Southern Railway. This rate also applies Train 208 between Miami and Fort Pierce STATIONS. No 2 1'0 4 Xo 1dall 1-

Democratic Nominee! advices are kept by the Jacksonville are suffering,: from dyspepsia, scrofula via Columbia, Asheville and Knox. ,except Mooday. Ar New 8myrll" 123bp' 63ap -:--:-
salt rheum, impure blood, be All other trains south or St. Augustine dally o Lake Helpn 12 SIp' 4 WI' /
a agent/ each day's receipts In a package cured and made ]happy by you may vllle, the new popular route between exceptflunday.. .. Orange City 1211I11' 33sp .. .
taking Hoods
46 t For PruMtdontlal Electors : itself O. City JUliO 13fp 3a111'' ..... :
by labeled, so that he can refer to Saroaparlll.1. Florida. and Cincinnati, giving a daylightride -
) ; 1 R. A. UURFOUD\ of !Marion county.V. It Instantly. through the beautiful mountain SOUTH 1I0UNJ

," r \ S.:: .JE NINGS, of llernando county. Second: the Jacksonville ofllce unloads Hood's Tills are the beat family cathartic scenery of Western and North Carolina STATIONS. No 8 No.1 Xo, !Iy o-
BVD. I.. CAKTKK of Alachua and liver
? county.J. 1 all these shipments, chocks oil? each Harmless, -"the land of the sky." Iv, New Smyrnl\ 9np: 9305 ---,-
Orango county. reliable sure. Through sleeping cars leave Jacksonville Lake Hel"I\/IIII'/ 10/ll./ .
For Congress, 2d Congressional DUt. : package/ notes the shortage, overchargesor daily for Cincinnati at (U I i:4i: !; p. m. Lv Orange City 8 01pl1 2'l.' .
Ar O. Jllne.
,4 KOBKKT W. DAVIS. robbed packages, (If any), writes The most populous country in proportion Sleeping/ car berths will be reserved by 8001' 11 301L

f j h across the face of the advice the numberof to Its area is said to be Holland. applying to any ticket agent, or to ,
1. For Governor : TI eHe Time T..ble shows the times at which trains may be expected to arrive and del'lIn' I"",,,
u WILLIAM D. BLOXHAM.! the shipper's stencil, notes on the The country having the greatest W. D. ALLEN, the set or.1 stations but their arrival or departure at the times stated Is not guaranteed. uor dOlI
population the Co hold itself for
Fla. Pass. Agent, paoy responsible auy eleluy or any consequences arising thereonu
"''l i d For JnstlceSnpreroCourt : margin the advance charges on each Is China; which some statistician Jacksonville, Fla. J. R. :!: A 1ROTT. JOSEP1I RTCHARDSDN

off ; MILTON II. MADUY. package, foots these up and enters the estimate to have at ]least 400,000,000, of tre..Preldent., Oen'l Passenger Agvnt

I For Secretary of State : total on the advice.! people. The oldest known apple tree in this ---

'' JOHN L. CHA W1o'0HD. Third, the fruit Is routed according to country is in Cheshire, Conn. The seed
the latest telegraphic advices of markets.A Neither calomel nor any other Injur
A ci For Attorney General : blank ious dl'lIIII/ contained In Ayer's Pills. was planted 140 years ago, and the tree The Tropical Trunk Line.
it &' WILLIAM! LAMAll. left on oach shipping advice They are composed of the active principles still bears a few apples.

I'' For Comptroller : where the grower can, if he wishes, indicate of the best vegetable cathartics, and ,

' u( W. IlKYNOLIltJ.:!. his preference-Jacksonville, Boston and their use Is always attended with A Chance to Make Money. ( Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway
marked benefit. For ,
Chicago, what not-and at first a a sluggish liveror
For Treasurer : for constipation, nothing surpasses JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.
r J a CLARENCE 1J. COLLINS : number of growers availed themselves Ayer's Pills I have berries grapes and peaches, a

I r For Supt.:: of Public Instructionw. : of this privilege, but latterly they con- year old, fresh as when picked.! I use SOUTH -NORTH) -

:N. 8 HE ATS.:! fide almost entirely in Mr. 1'orcher's How a Woman Paid: Her Debts.A tho California Cold process do not heator No. --, No.9 D Na 21. No.29 Thne'\\HI. NO.3'J. N0. 78. Nn, 1)>>
I' + ; judgment, as the advices which we examined seal the fruit just put it up cold] ; :::::: : s A i 9OOp "9WaLv..JACKSONVILLE.' ......AraBnoam 401pm\ \-Lxd: -
) For Corn mlNKluller of Agriculture': keeps perfectly fresh, and coots almost ....? .. Mixed,] 8371' 927a. ..... ....Orange I'.rk. .. .T20am 3381'11I lIled
a r LUCIUS:! li. WOMB WELL.tl showed 1for themselves. lady 1 In Lexington says : "I am out nothing can put a bushel In ten .... .lion" 80&7 I' 0848 .. .. .. Yeorfa. ..., ...... 108 a III 881 "n7Ytomh'
?i of debt and ; ; up ..... ... ant, Fri 1011 p 063a .. ...hTagnaia.......... .. ...640am 313111111I1UI'IIII,l
Fourth, the fruit reloaded<1 and bills ; thanks to the dishwasher minutes. Last week I sold directions to ,.. . .. .... 101111' 01l7a. .. ....GreeoCove Hprlngs. 636am i
; of lading made out with minute detail business. In the past six weeks I have over 120 families; any one will pay a dollar ........ .. ........ .... ..... .....Jio8twlck. ...,,..,..'. .. ...... ..30111'11I. .. ..'...,.:811. .: ..
l) : I WANT TO KNOIV.ENON' made $530.00. Every housekeeper wantsa for directions when the ........ 222pO32.1ps
they see i 2l47n 1162
I1 to rp 111Ia..8atauma68a/
correspond with the shipping advices dishwasher and .... : .. ....... n 1001'11I 211<
any Intelligent person beautiful samples of fruit. As there are .. 114tm 12071' 1124.. .. .. ... .Pomona .. ..... ..... 440am 147plll 221ps pa
are received from the railroad selected can sell them with big profit to himself. many people poor like myself, I considerit ... .. 121111' 122'Ja 11 3M1. ..... .Cre centCltyJuuctlou. .... 428a., 13111"10 11\\111
wt { 1 Irl..., July 20, 181)0. to convey the pines north. On The dishwasher is ] ; you can wash my duty to give my experience to .. ... 121101' 123'a 1111Ja.: ............8evllle.... ........ ... 4ftllaw II0pm Raps:
and tho dimes ........ 2MI' 113a 12211'' DeLeon SI'rlngs... .... ... 327am 1247alll ii P.: .
1 a Editor Advocate/ : these bills of ]lading are entered the advance dry family in two minutes such, and feel confident any one can .... ..... 3201' 120a 128'lp .., ......... .Olenwoocl.... .......... 319am 1 41alJJ 104x.
I( In detail and without wetting your hands make one or two hundred dollars around .... 4nOp 145a 124MI' .... ...... .,Beresford......... .... 300am 1 :lOaIllIOl ..
I' 4 Dear Hlr:-I am a very ignorant per charges, and total, and You can get particulars by addressing home In a few days. I will mall sampleof ... .... 420 p. .... 1071' Art Lv... ... .... 12 lOalll...
1 ... .. .... DeLand ..........
.... ... .... .. {
son ambitious to be enlightened tlie charges to be Incurred from Jacksonville The Mound Dishwasher .1:1101.: .121/JpLvl.( IAr ...... ... MI07pm., ,
; very ,,, City Co., St. fruit and complete directions to any .... ... ........ f1 25p .... ..... ....Enterprise: . ...... .... .. .. ... 9138 m .. .
I therefore I come to the pink paper for to the point of destination; also Louis, Mo. There Is big,: money In the of your readers for eighteen two-cent .. ...... ..... .. . :92t.Ar..TITU ......... Lv... ....... f1 lOam.
wisdom. First and most of, varieties sizes marks stencils business for an agont. I expect to clear stamps, which is only the actual cost of ...... ........ ..... 2201' .... ......... .Paola............... ...... .... 801lalll. .
Important etc. $4,0M)() ) the coming year. I need the the ........ .. .... ...., 8 lOp... ........ Sorrento............ ... ... ... ... 101\am.\
all, I want to know where I live. 1 Fifth, all those bills of ]lading are filed make samples postage, etc., to me. .. ? .. .. ..... .... .... 3 3Sp. .... ......JlIt. Dora........ .... ... ... ....... 645aat .
money, why not it ? Miss C. E. FRANCIS CASEY:: St. Louis Mo. .. .... ... ,... ..... .. 35opAr..Tavares.. ... ..... .Lv...... .. .J630am. ,
i y'. : know I am In the state of }Florida and l in the shipping book, together with the .... .... 520p 23t1a "120p.Ar.Sanford. .............Lv 200am l1/111am/ 010.
..... .. 32sa ..., ....
V 2171' .AI\amonte .
In ancient times, when I wont to school) chock-sheets, just as they were made, ..... . .... 842 a2tp) ...,... ..... ..Winter Srringe..1 Inflan 20an+ 11 1110..11I.IHI am..
the geographies/ taught that Florid: was roughly, in the depot, and tissue copies SAW AND PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YAKI, .... .... ...... 855a/ 24np ..... .... .... ...... ... ... 120aam/ 10M a III .. .
1'iilntkn FI... K. St., Foot of Catherine .. .... ...... .. 439a 3111p .... ........KI..unmee. .. ...... .. 1212am 1020am.
}, one of the United Status, but sko Booms of billing from'the E, C. Line bringing Bay ..... ........ 520a 4121' Ar...., ..... .HartowJo. ....Lv 1I1111pm Ol2aln.:
: now to bo "out of It." She is allowed the fruit I Into Jacksonville ........ ... S27a443p .. ....... ....Lake..l11d. ... ... .. ... 1030pm 006am..
1 WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY .... .. .. ....... t 120 a 11411p .. ....., ., .. Bartow. ... ,. .., ..to/lllpm/ 830am.
> SI t g; I none of the great government appropriation Sixth a postal card is sent back to ...... .. ... .. .... ... 1041)p' .......... Uorel....... ...I.v ... .. f31111alll ,
.. .... . M 5noa CfBtpAr. ......... .... .. ..... ...... 5 00 } m SOil aflu .
i J pie, to regale and strengthen herself each grower, notifying him of the receipt Manufacturers of . . ..... sin a SlapTaropa\ Bay Holel. .... .. 7411aOl"
p 1 with, except such crumbs as fall of hid shipment In Jacksonville .. ;... ... ..... .tea 840pAr. ........I'ort'ratnpa. ... ....Lv J"71
{ ........ Mon and Thurs 92api.v.' .,.. .,. I.nrtTaDlpa..Ar 27nptn'lhttrs.amISoo.:
; I t l j from the groat table; and now she Is not crates and half-crates; forwarded to so Lumber .... .... Tue. &; l"rl" r t even allowed a light at night to HOC her and so, cl'n.tellaOlI half-crates. Cypress Shingles, and Lath. : Wedanllsnt.. 6glaAr) .. .. .. ....Hava""_.___. ._. .. .I.v 1230PIi 'Vecl. ..nd !\lIt.._

gulf, or to reveal herself by, in her own Seventh, n shipping advice is forwarded Dally. t except Sunday..

r beautiful mirror-Indian Itlvev.I to each agent in the north giving A ]large stock of Dry Cypress flooring ceiling siding, mouldings, shingles, Trains 23: and 78-Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between New York and M

want to know how she oamo to bout date, stencil number, crates, Imlf-crntos, lath nnd pickets always on hand, thus. assuring prompt shipments. Cypress Tampa daily.Tramn23leaving.laeksoatvllledaily.
Q ) at 8:00: a m., arrives at Hawthorns Gnineivllt
mouldings of all at II : ; of the Union? Did she withdraw V for account of so and so; varieties, crates patterns a specialty. 13:45: Ocala. 1 1:35.: LeeHlmrK3:3H: Brooksvlllee:05 p. in. Train leaving Jacksonville at 8.00: p. n

I Did the government discard her nsi and half-crates of each, sizes:: to crate When at home write us for prices; when up our way come and see us. m.arrives, St. Petersburg at Oakland 5:40 8:12:: p a.. m.m.,, Laooocliee dally except 10 Sunday.:45 a. rot. Tarpon Springs 3.30: p.m., Clearwater i:13 }

J ,,r\, J worthless and weak r Let us prove thelUtako I ana half-crate, total crates ana halves, ---- Trains W. 21 B.and COFFIN 3'l. through, I'ullmallslooplng earn. between Jacksonville' and Tampa

1 of that Idea. total pines, route and number of oar General Su|> rlnten
:ill!f: f Or did government sell ]her to some, There U a slip for each lot, if only oue

Ia i private people or corporations, who now orate in the lot; but these slips nre x HARRY MASON & CO. -- -
'..i) run her for their own Interests. My printed on thin paper, and all the slips The e &
:t: friends In the north direct my letters to for a carload\ will go in a common envelope Central peninsular Ratal

', 1"" )' Florida and I get them, but how shall I for two cents postage. Jobbers In Fine Imported
i j H. MASON & CO.W .
i 1 f advise my foreign correspondents to address Eighth, a pile of pasteboard cards is Short LIne between Florida and all Northern Points.
Bay Street
i their letters to me t kept, trip cards, probably they would be ,
: If
a i Some time ago> the ADVOCATE mentioned called, showing the exact number of JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars High Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

f i<' the desirability Tltusvllle starting days and hours occupied by each car In Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore .

t ,.: steamers ou the river. I waut to making the run from Jacksonville to Its ; Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

I kaow why the Titusvlllo and Indian destination Those cards are sent in by T: Grade Whiskies, Etc. Chicago Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati

River people do not carry out that idea! t the railroad '$-- -- and .

i want to know why one person should :Ninth, there are ]hundred of tele- Everett, Birmingham, HoJJy Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City st
Whlfkies-lmportedanDomestio Southern
::1 r s be charged more freight than another grants, mostly cypher received from KramllcH-Uomentlo, : Belle RockandRyefromUJIOpergal Louis, Chicago/ Sioux City
:, appleheaohblackberry. nnd peach ml honey, .. ,, ..frome1.Witrgel/ ) "
s on the same articles from and to the northern dins-Holland. Old. Tom. eto... .......... ,.... .... .. . ..... .from flJSO+ per toil River Junction, Penxacola Mobile, New Orleans Texas, Mexico, Callfornll
the I agents. Among all these Rum .. ............... Irom .I.Ni( per gal and the Pacific Coast. Effective April 1O 18U
t; I place ? telegrams only one announces the arrivalof Wlnee-Port Sherry Catawba, Muscatel, Claret. eta.., froin.. . .. . 00 .
1i Clarets-Flneetltrantle. '......... .., ..,...... ., ... .. ... ........... .. a.tromg1,27pnrcase. : New York Ex .. leave :
i II I want to know. why it takes several a car In bad order that Bottled Boer ,. ., .............,., No.3" .Taekeau
In .
; was Fitts- ? ,"''' ,, ... .,.. ...,....... ...... ..from $l. .lperdo.. .n+.ra d vllle 7:30: a, dal) with Thromjh '
days longer for goods to arrive at pointson burg, owing to a delay of the oar en By All other Fine Brands at equally Low Trices. ,. 0 a, .a..i Sleepers for Savanna, Columbia, WanhlniftonBaltimore .

tsje river from Jacksonville than it route The Jacksonville telegraphers Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes when so requested, without ex s p ::i: ci point, Philadelphia C neetsfor New York leruouillu, am I uEoatern
tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express will v Arrives .
does for goods to arrive at Jacksonville say that even the orange crop did not not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble.Company s r. Jacksonville 9.Kill: p. m.c.m

from New York ? cause so much telegraphing as the pineapples Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO., r-con New York Fast Mall No. Sfl n0r'h i.an 1 J

.y !$ 1Lt I want to know why our northern have doiio. 301, SOT, 300, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE!:, FLA. S tsa.e.. 1 i ern Jacksonville point and 6:5O:/ fur 1". Vernandlna.m., dally for Arrive same dub:

t friends should pity us on account of the In a great majority of cases tho time '+. 2! __ #.r.JO .00v11l8 10:2a: a. m.FfomoA .

t1)IR') heat here In summer ? If they said made by these cars of pineapples has e Rv
j Labor Sating I Economical Incombustible I a T4.1 Only Line Through the Beantlfnl MHJ
Til mosquitoes-well !II been excellent.. The poorest time over d..5 .l// Country of Middle Florid, Pen.arnis..ndn
:: ;; .
I want to know how people know that male to Chicago was 4 days 20 hours; F i.ua.: for Earamnln Lake City Bay Live' Leave Jawk..ov"M. tlcello a ?,

/ EiI r only certain things will do well here, best, 3 days 12 hours; Columbus, Ohio, 401.. a Tallahaitnofl, l'tiverJunction. Pennaoola; MODIW-. .

a, 11 when nothing else] has boon tried, and! 3 days, :20! hours; Peoria 3 days, 20 "PAINT OFF. ,_1. 't: CK30SVILIE fornla New Orleans and. the, and Paritlo the southwest Coast. Carries: Mexico.Slee-' !<""

C al no scientists have been consulted f hours, etc. Pittsburg and Buffalo are evza w oo Arrives Jacksonville 7.-OS a. m.

,, I want to know when Cuba. will be the hardest points to reach on good
(Patented in America and Europe.)
recognized ? time; they require four or five days.It q Leaves Jacksonville GMam.for8tarke.N+r

t' I want to know what 16 to 1 moans was thought; advisable by Mr. Parchor 1e w i r e o thorne Silver' Ocala: fainevllle). Cnafi .
I want to know who Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces 4 A Key Sr.rlnlt.. <<, T! AP"T*?'
is to be the next not to quote the markets or give cara',,[ Orliuulo( Lacoochee I>..Ie <'IVt are8al nG t; J.Tampa. .

I president of the United States ? out too much Information as to the forwarding @ Arrive Jacksonvilie3:459.iii.:

r j I want to know how much has been of cars, as it was found! that Chemically Instead of Burning Oft.PAiNTtFP r r td a --

& saved by putting out the beacon lights P this information was used in forwarding J*"*
Cincinnati and Florida Limited, Leave
Is It enough to pay for even one of the outside fruit t* the. same market In :: (gdAns a annvillea. p. m. Solid Vestibule Train. TW..
t I.a r-irlntred: table name of a new discovery In chemistry and la protected cENTRAL } a little o.erlll: hour to via M"+"c'K*
I I many live that are endangered by, and! which the association fruit wa being by letter patent of the United "Mute, Canada. Great Britain and other conntrlee. It U the result 1 MdfCNIMUUR 'k Atlanta. Clo"lDnatfl. >"hYIJl'' !e(
may be sacrificed, through it ? Dloced. of patient. research and experiment with the |iurpoae In view of ending: a cheap, .Imple and active I .eau r Louis ChattanotgMot all point north aowen.
solvent of old paint, and varnish that "" "I I I want to know u the safety, happiness While the transportation service Is excellent the aaine. sM C..atoSeq.

f: and prosperity of the people living the growers complain that Gilmore A: Son, Painters and Decorators, Jacksonville Fla., write: "We have .5,..senWS .

I; within the glow of these lights are, or charges. are unreasonable. Thus the best given paint Palntoft remover a trial In the and market.can say"that In 45 yean: experience as a painter It Is the ""'" "_ oat0airtA. Holly Springs Ronte. St. LouU Kan* City-

'' bould] not be of as much to charge In carload lots full a Chicago. Leave Jacknonvilla 6i0: p- Uiinga
'I on a crate Macon 1
C. E. Hoyle, House Painter, etc., Jacksonville: Fla., writes: 'Having had experience Memphis, S pringlleld, Kansas Atlanta, Birmingham, Holly
protecting government as the money 160 pounds, from Jacksonville to Chlo as a practical painter for 2.1: year., take great pleasure in indorsing change to Kans..City and St. City.Lout.St.and Loris, Cblcago, S oux ty. wubasa
P Bderests of non-residents ? ago i Is $1.10; from Jacksonville to Omaha PaJntoff, and cheerfully recommend It to the public general." J""bOD.III.: m.-Local 1:35: a. 01. only me change to Chicago and Sioux *,//ry,

CLARA ELLlIt.I $1.00; to Boston, :f1.oU.: which js V Laoadell, of'Hall, Hllditch &: Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville, S-sn To p.SZZKZV.M.-I.oeai. f2Tiaha?_ *ee Close and"0nnectJrforBrI1Iuwlck-! and quickest" rasa_"
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point Amv.Jacksonville 2 P4.15 -
I nearly three cents a pine. It amount Fla., writes: "Having given PaintotT thorough trial, pronounce It to be aparteet For Macon TuwS. intermediate' r111"-I Pnllman ep".. Arrive JackeonTinesJ"*. '
Buckln Dye for the whiskers is. to about $273.00: a carload. success, and to be all you claim for It." Steamer Pullman Maoatee" from two Tampa Trains for r-Uy.JiraldMotoWII- ..Jacksonville and Manatee-t-yn River. a. m. said! .:ia per m.
Sleeper" point
tae best, safest, surest, clean ;::r Send for Circular and Testimonial to on all Night Train.
eat, most economical and satisfactory Tobacco users will find\ In another IJ Send for Rest Indexed Township Map of J'lorlda to

..lye ever invented. It Is. the gentlemen' column an Item of decided. Interest to South-Eastern States Palntoff Company, If. S. PEXXINGTOX,
I favorite. them, beaded "Don't Stop Tobacco."
Augustine, Fla. Traffic Manager. GeneratPas.engerAgL




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a* *. ROMUMS. WALTER S. GUAHAN tIt"! Circuit Coint III uml fur Brrvniil otatoes '

BBL S GRAHAM WKLKOUKXK, FLA., July It, 'W. Cbiuity, Fliii'ida." ,

A call Is hereby l Issued for -1 Is CIIA.NOHIY : ;
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW a Ropulilican Melons
Acres. A. IHtllrauw ,,. Cabbage ,
County Convention to be held lithe I
licit: HOURS:From 10 to 12 a. m., town of Melbourne, at Stewart' roniilaiimnt.Mlnixr vs.| Lettuce, Teas Beets, .

and2to4p.rn. Hall, on August ISth, 1SDO, at 5 o'clocl SUIUl\J TOURIST 1CATI2STo B.Jonra, an mlnitalntrator and all :

_ ITUSVILLE, Drevard Co., Florida.Bl p. m., to nominate a full county ticket, wUI ..",,,,xI., with of tin thud i.... Vegetables.re ;
>X, 108. members of the Legislature and Senate, .1 (harlot. Th.i>. Jlilttoil Fr4luq'. -quantities Potash J
', II practice In all the oourttate and fed and transact such other business as may East Coast Ocean lCc>H rts,. .... Vertwko, anil anulmlnlRtrator )ll.rI gage.
before lie I>I>HK soil. SupplyPotash
rial. facilities tut examining and perfec come convention. Delegate Comiuenulnir May I. 15151\ ', anti continuing mi >nail.upoii the wtaitw of ,
und title to the county convention will be selected tll Kt'I.t.3II.: isis r. un<|.trl|> tli-kutii will !H> ...Id l >>lm urern,,,f llrevunlominty '
In the usual manner-by primary In eaol to He. AiiKUHltne lirnionil. Duytonii nail Now. Florida, mill \
Hmyrna at rat>. Kliowii below| ticket td IK Clara Margaret V..rIwke >
precinct, called by the Republican precinct IIn, te,1 to Jhrtolwr 31. IHIMI. Tlfkem' for fliililran Defendant $ 5 )
& KENXAUD committee-or In case there Is no< between five ami twuive peers of ige, will IHMilil Tt>Clara Margaret Verlwke.
rLLEH precinct committee in the at oiia-bulf those rate, ouch oiiui' >on to ; MoHWIft. 11. '"
any precinct, be lIIarkOtI..pllll..h.'I.."." ; appearing by the afllilnvlt"' ..H I). I.. luiilden,
ARCHITECTS. delegates may be elected at a mass meet ('on Ing or primary called by any these From atallOlUt whore rates are not nhouii,, coiviluctitn that the Doreniliint Clam Marjiaret Yvrlwku, II. L. : }:
ast Coast business will have prompt Republicans of said precinct. will iwe rules. from station next pre l.*.Ulm without the State nr Klorlila, and without ),- containing not : :
coiling: t.be1Jnlw.1 StiitM: Hull,1! that him rt.nl.Inn In
ut!on.A.MPA. The chairman and secretary of such! KiiKland, at ",,''uo ,plm-n unknown to alnnnt, nml 10% actual Pot- .' '
primary or mass-meeting shall forward i a that there i In no .imrNitii In the Stat uf Flnri.lthe .. !
FLORIDA. service of a mihpiwim. whom would Gentlemen:
certified list of upon Better and
delegates the
< i bind the nald, defendant, ('1,1''' !Margaret, V..rtmkej more profit i
secretary of this committee three days TO and that said ilufuiulent. Ik over the age beg to
previous to the meeting of the county; ""J co .. '" utf twenty-one ye...... ., are sure to follow. !
INOR S. JONES convention. Credentials of the dele a It in therefore onlprml. that the Rnld deCo.,,)- portation ... ITS not slv.rtling clreul.... boom "
I po 11:0':1: ant, Clara :Margaret Vvrlxiku, dt) > appear 11 the ...111...*.but are prHclitid; wot.k..contmia-' !
gates must be signed by the chairmanand FROM i Clerk's oftloe at Tltimvlllu. llrevurd county, Division No. .."' $ un ih. tublf,'t nt i fenllliMion.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. secretary of the primary or mass Florida. to answer, tloniur., nr plead. to the '.0...- l|>flil I... r..rmetl."huT an tain lro. tut
meeting at which elected. Jai'ksonvllle..2 00 IIM: IIII/ 1Iv.: plnlnanfs said. hill nil sir Isufere the 7th day. ofPtiutenibei after a 1
'USVILI.E, BREVARD CO. FLA they were / .. 411 8 70 4 4nH..tlIIKs -, A. 1) 1HWI.( Anti It l" further ordornil GERMAN KALI WORKS
The different precincts are entitled to< .... ,. .. .. ... 34)Eftet M II t4j8 M that thin notloe. Iw pul>ll.h..l In the INDIAN various Nassau bl.,Mw York. j
the following representation : Palatka .... ... .041 20 II 411 3 8111."I.cka. ) RIVKH At>M'ATK.a ""w'I'"O"I.uhIlMho,111I the i, \93 I II
|County Judge of Brevard County. .... ...... ... of
(\ 30 2M 8 : ) aid oounty,once Cell week fun eight ooiiBecutlve Supreme I
Precinct No.1, LaUrange, 2 1\8" Mit@o, ... .. .. .... _) 21II //II, 8 2/\ weeki.WltiiBB .
s' 2. Titusville, 4 Esi.atila. .... .... 39 15 1411' 2111 the Hon. John I>. llnmiue, Judge lit. land: Ohio, h and ,| Most Com \
.4 .4 3, City Point, 2 ".avorlta.... .... .2 sa 116 I'iI 110TUlnuka. the Raid court at tho rinirt hnime nt Tltiinvllle, "
L. GAULDEN, .4 4 Kockledge 3'I .......... .. /\ ... /ill I inft.flfl41 Florida, thU the'nil day of July. A 1> ICCI... of superior Establishment South. f

'I .. j A,, lan Gallic,, S 1 : .. .... ::::.: ..:. 79 45 '4)) .44)..,r 00liytona 75' [SEAL] A. A. HTKWART, each I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 6 Melbourne 4 I'.rt O.'IZO.... .... ., : 7 411 I I riurk of mild Court
'practice In all the Courts of the State I' 7,, Malabar 2 I\pr".o, 'r..k... .. .... I" I'i\ 0' 411 Jul3aiir21 Kj C. It. Stewart It. C. Route the S, HACKER &: SON, : I
Florida, and the United States Courts. 'fllrllhllll 25 tltl 711 \ ...

\.O.llox,238. T1TU8VILLE FLA. "I' t". 8 0,, St.Sebastian Lucie,, 2 3 New Lake 1: :: :: :: ::::30 ei :: 1 : .1 MlUrange I SI>OOIIN", Free; to All.I Montgomery ,

Money to Loan. If 'I (' ::10 \ 114'I\ M I $5Oralige to '
10, Eden, 3 ( ::10 4"' II Vt II oIl
.4 .. 11, Fort Drum 1 Hacks .. 55 ItS 119 .. .. road in tho Christian fStnmliuil, that Cleveland.
'I I. 12, Narrows' 2 IIl1cn..r .i 711 ao 1 11. //10) : Miss A. M. Fritz, Station A, St. Louis,
) .FREEMAN HALL, (Ink 1111I.) '10 I 1 86 7/\ will advise
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13, Georgiaun, 2 Rest 40 .4 011 1 1'4' .fill Mo., would give an elegant plated hook \
4 U 14, Merritts, 2 Rust Mi.. 70 34) II t'6 I 30 spoon to anyone nomliiitf her ten 2-cent hope that
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW .4 .1 15 1 'l'itllMvllle 00 \ /itt) 1121\ 1M'l'rltchard I
Canaveral stamps. si-nt for one and found It HOuseful
1((3, Haulover 1 ity..4. Iii oo 110111 111II that I showed it to friends out the
.l1l1l1l1a.. l 11110 my l
So \\I 15Ity '
& INSURANCE AGK T 17, Spruce Bluff 1 (' .4 65 24S 3 t1II) \\I ill and made $13 In two hours, taking or- ville and i
I' t. 18, Ankona, 2 ("0005.... 411 311 II 411lnlll ders for tho spoon. The hook spoon Is n
.4 1. \ .is 75 3 /III II 75Eai too/ Into ,
ID Mlcco .2 household
'Cltu vllle, Florida. .. :. U"III. :4() 40 US .3341) nocosHlty. It cannot slip Into .
U :20, Banyan, 1 .. :, so 421\ a 110 the dish or cooking vessel! being held In train.
I Roproseutlnjr all the best and strong' 'I II 21, White City, 1 Valkarla .ta 1)5 470 8111If'eh..tlan. the place by n hook on the back. The I I

fct Insurance Companies. Is prepared I' .. 22, Woodley 1 80, 141IHIO\!) 112 4110'Von"l"y 4 \114)(3ilTnrd spoon is something housekeepers have Signed : -.- :.,

\write lines to any amount, anywherei JAS. T. IIOOO, R. W. GOODE, ... 4n M II 11I1 sSc. t1I\ needed ever since spoons were first In- ) I
i I the East Coast.I Secretary. Chairman. .o( its 7))" 8411 11741) vented. Anyone can Ret n sample spoon of ;
Fort 1.I"ree............. 30 55 6 till II IIJ\
North Ankona..... .. ,. III) 111 8 till II Ill/ by sending ten 2-cent: stamps to Miss
Allkona........... ..... 10111I) 25 1 'N' 8 23Edeit. Fritz. This Is a. splendid way to make Sash Blinds :
|I CAYNK BAY, DADK COUNTY Personal.FUEE .......... ... ..... 1\\111( \ no 12 S /54)Iensen. money around home. ,
W. EWAN ........ ..... 1101\ 5) 13ft 611II
Stuart........ ... ." 11 211 1141 1 M 6 "soAlicia. Very truly JKANNKTTK P.
U. S. COMMISSIONER,. -64-page medical reference bookto ......... .. .. 11 M 1111111!! 7 10 and Building Material. 'J
Uom...... ..... ... .... 11III\ 8411 It 25 740Hnbe ---- --- -----.- -------
Notary Public State at Large. any person afflicted with any special, Sound. .......... 1'l fill II 110) ...... 1 04) Warerooms 1
King Opposlt
chronic or delicate disease peculiar to West.Jul'tver. ... U 35 15) 71) 7 IS) ,
J Lands Selected; Conveyances made. their sex. Address the leading physi West Palm I l4each.; I ::::: 13 20 : 71) : III) S : TIIIS: :
crregpondence! solicited. Address: Lantana.......... .... 13 110 1211( A 11/1 9 2"Huynt..n. Cannon Street,
View Hotel clans and surgeons of the United States,. ... ............. 13811 1\( 40 1III( 9 401lnton .
Hay Cocoanut
Grove, Dr. Hathaway & Co., Old No. I 85! St. ...... ... ..... ... 14 If! 1f1/1! .10 40 9 fill
Olllce, Ewan's Landing. Charles St., New Orleans, La., Masonic J'rOI.M..... .... ........ III 20 11 fill 11 40 loSS S. C.
Fort Lauder.lale...... 1530/ 11 7/1/ 11 54) 14)75Blecayne "
Temple. ........... ... 141 1/1/ 1WA 70 1\1\ 45 11 10l.emon Woven Wire Cot
City........... .. 1635 12 110 1\1\ tift 1190
-7 EORGE W. ALLEN, Miami. ..... .......... 16"1" 13 If! 1\111II\ Uln Weights, Cord and

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, General J'WlS. Alont. Hardware.

Mrs. Sol Smith baa been reengagedby $1.49.

key West, Florida. Julia Marlowe-Taber for next season Sheriffs Sale.
and Fancy Glass ::'
J Will practice In the United States Rose Eytinge hag joined a combination -

nd< State Courts. to play the legitimate in Kansas NIEIt antI by authority vented in me bj SPECIALTY.
;) -U
| Ojun9
the virtue of an execution lied out of tin
City during summer.
Circuit Court In and for Hrevard county,
Henry Dixey baa been re-engaged for: Florida, on the 4th lay of May A U 18IW\ for the
mini of.1.700.:11I! damages and '4.w com, In fvor "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. ir\\
LEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON,, next season by Charles Frnhman to play; of the State Hank of Ran! Uallle. a corporation Sand Fly NetsF.A.Pellerin&Co. :
the principal part in "Thoroughbred. of the State of Florida In a suit poiullnu; In
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW saul court wherein the saiI\ State Hank of Kan
George R. Sims la busy adapting"Lei Hall ie Is pfitiutilT: and K. (t. Vlvell and M. V,.

JACKSONVILLE AND TAVARES, FLA. Deux Oosses," by De CouroeUe, for pro- will Mount Hell are at ilefenilantR public outcry I have In. front levied of upon the courthouse and l 'w."P'P CLARK, Agt.

I Will continue to practice In the courts duction at the Princess theater London door. In Tltunvtlle llmvaril county,,
Florida on the 7th of A I) IH1MI,. 69c.
P'f' the Soventh KtJrtemhor. ,
Circuit. All Parisians which
"The Gay was pro thta tract of land lying county,,
liuslnoss before the United States and duoed In the English provinces under State of Florida. txi-wlt: and Sheet! Iron Work. '
tate Circuit Courts will receive the A strip 77 feet wide olf the iiouth hide of >..ntlon 1
the title "A Night In Paris has made
13, townshIp: south range 37 emit. Hnlil .
personal! attention of Mr. Alex !St. a very solid hit. trip of land ext ndinr| from the Atlantic ocean Piping and Drain ripe, Hath i
Imir-Abrarns. to the Indian River, and containing H'/i HuMus.more .
Mrs. O. B. Bishop, widow of the late or lean; al.<> .11 the pineaIlus| /growing Closets and Wash Stands..
upon Raid land| levied on an tho property of the
i Is In
comedian, Charley Bishop, playing ,defendant M. F. Mount and will he Bold to ...Electric Bells.... i
LEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. "The Cricket on the Hearth," with Mr. satisfy said execution, Jinlifment and contn.TreHpawier 1i
Jefferson's removing any of said iiroiwrtj : / Street .'
company. 'j
NEAR will be dealt with according to law. "
& TAYLOR Mrs. Oowell will visit her .,
Sydney July 23rd, 18UI1.\ Florida. :'

(Successors to John McAllister.) mother in Europe during the summer JA9. R. BOWMAN, j
and will return in time to rejoin Mr. Slier If Ilrevanl. county

Artesian Well Contractors Hilliard'a company in September. D. L. Gauldon FURNITURE, WHOLE- Choice .

EAU CALLIE FLA. Edward Harrlgan will not play next Attorney for rialntMT. Jul'J4-aii! SALE and RETAIL. Wines Liquors (

season, unless his present intentions are and Cigars. .:
reversed. Be proposes to take a long real Sheriffs Sale.
(COR. CLAY & ADAMS STREET,) Guaranteed Pure.
at his country home upon the border of: uIJ1IjJ .

HODGES & GODFREY Schroon lake."Oaptain NOER and by virtue of an execution. mied .5JIL! Hold at reduced .
I-I out of the County Court for Jirevanl county prlco Y
Kid Coin Collector Jacksonville Florida .
anew In a certain cause then defending: ,
Manufacturers of oomio opera, book by Bert Le ton wherein Smith Lyon A Field were complainant ImpartedT t
*and 8. H. hay; wan ,defendant I have lev lad I
music Walter H. Lewis was .Kajr Win.. .
Taylor by upon and will Hell at public outcry II: front of
Yellow produced at the Manchester (N. H. ;) the court house door) at Tltimvllle, Florida, upon ---- --- from Italy. "
Pine Lumber Monday, the 7th day of September, Him, to
Opera House recently.; the highest and bent bidder for mush the fol
lowing described real to the B. Togni i
James K. Collier's new war play,, estate, belonulng ,
ROU6H A DRESSED, defendant, to-wlt>
"Stonewall,"was first produced at Wil. Beginning at a point AO feet east of the noiith- Saloon. 123: Kant Bay St., :
Orange Box Head, N. 0. the went corner of lot 10 block F. of the town of saSouthern ,
recently by Lang
mlngton ,
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Tltiuvllle. a* .per IAlRaron'. map, thence from : FLORIDA.
Fruit VegetHble Crate. don Dramatic company. with success. .aid starting point K<>east along the north stile
tlllnbor delivered at any part of Indian River The scene is laid near Chanoellorsville, of Main street 4A feet thence north on feet to an.l llatall......
nVhmifi111"11011"1111- contemplatIMfi the north boundary line of lot 8 of said. block K, -----
Va. thence went 4fI feet, thence, south 110 feet to the
i Wl"1 on : Coant would do well to _ _
f..rprlc. place of beginning, Iwlnff a portion of lot No*.
The Sawmill U situated
on the '""'"
J..T. &; K. W. Ry..9 miles south of relatka.Higlits OUR CANINE FRIENDS. e and 10 of block V,of the town. E. BOWMAN of Tltiiartllu.JAB. ABSOLUTELY THE ] *** f

Satsuma ,Putnam co.,Fla. Irish and Danish hounds are the Jul31nwp4 BherllT lirevard Co.

largest dogs of Europe. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING and RETAIL. 1

NATIONAL ======= The mastiff was known to the GreeksIn Soliotlflo AmarieuOOPVMWHT CARS THOROUGHFARE

the time of Alexander the Great
HomeSeekersREAL ;
The koola, or wild dog of India maybe VESTIBULED.. f

recognized a long way off by its peculiar -

ESTATE EXCHANGE. shrieking cry. NoRm .AHD B.AST. I "' .

The Polynesians, Chinese and Amer. J

loan Indian -811 regard dog flesh as an S '\ N.. Bit Pf... nil'' "'
Exchanging Property for Property a "... U. "M.' I .
esteemed article of diet. OAWAn. .
specialty.. Send Description of what TltAD. AU Trsiss Dan,.. Llta'tel. Ysmi AU '
;Ion have, and what want. In 1863 a dog at Meta was by accident DIsION PYIMTJ,i aI.lI. JI
you locked up for 89 days without *. MJWOT

:( Indian River, FLORIDA. food' or water and recovered from this MVNM tefntmaMoa* Ca.med Ml free BmOADWiT.Handbook 155w wrfM T..."... LvJ'ck'vllhs. T.U&P......... I4Osm: 645pm .. ;;; ;; I
Olden tmrAwfor SHunTIng phwiu la AnMrlem.E u.P.: ... '
fast !?
C. C. CARROLL, I long ..ry Mient token out by tu U l>ro A dog has in his upper jaw six Incisors MM pabua tit H notice glvea fra*vtahvs*la L.".'..rllD..r.C..P..........1 2.28 PID 11 28 pm.. Alla.I...

Real Estate Agent. two canines and six molars on cf ti.eaUlie "am"iall L.OOIUJllbl.,80a'b.D.......... '.pm 100am .H. Cba'taonol nInusl /

each side; in the lower six incisors, .a rCharlotte.aoeth'n........ .. I.P" 1211 a. -" r.ululll. .

1'lnenpple! Orange and Lemon two canines and seven molars on each world.larm.S rrnUHoB BplanUiUT of IlliutrmWI.ny .mr1mtl.. Mom ,pspev 1.'lIl1fo.Is the_ &rW..b..D,80.tb.n......... dsm. .tOP" ::;:-:AiranLe. :: rriJ. .

*a cbotiU b* without It, ..SeIII1 I .SIPHY5 t.rBaJ&lmore.Pa.B. ........... 100. II P" A. l4irmin :
side.The ? ,JO lx month Ad.l_ HuJN.". CJUoo M"m"hl ( .
Land For Sale Cheap. "nootka" of British America 1'C.nszss.* | *.! ....-w.,.*.. Ywk CR7._ t.rPblle.pblePa.B. ...........10 II a.. .011 aID : Kan. ,' s.,. : i

serves the Indiana of many tribes in. &rNVor..Pa.R.ft.... .. ....1143pm 451am.! .. .. _,.. I
stead of In the time its H.. It .
I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple wool is shorn sheep., spun and summer converted into WEAK ME MADE VIGOROUS hu..1t 'he ..Laa'I .1 'he ...,." .1 Dell \L" II

*nd on St. Lucle river a few miles be- cloth.A t..Jk..avlll..r.l-.p.... ... 8411 pm I
low Eden -VD., ........... .1Il6 pm .. 4I
40 of which being northeast trained bloodhound has been known C C.lubta. Sunlinro..S 80 em

Quarter of northeast quarter of section to follow the track of a man on borse- it t.r.- A' :: EaeLT1mo... S ".0 am pm I ] : of every OMCrlrtlnn. Write I

IS, township 38, south of range 41 east; back, and when the rider passed through .:. .AabeY1I .... 0.D. Ttm.... 280 pus M'relarh' paid on all order* eves 'if,
the K..YWe ... ....... 110 pm
other 40 Is the northeast quarter bushes the animal jumped up and smellsd lIT Dft' 4V "1M"D""+-9+ .,t.r.a-taaalt.Q. .C.. ..... :..... f 11 em K. M. VETTING, J
of southeast quarter of section 3, at the leaves touched by the feet of NERVjaORDld! I. 8t. JACKflONVlUJt TLA <:
the horseman. short train leavee Everett: for Brusewle" CS 7GO.: .
township 38, south of range 41 east. ofimn power?. 17 Cnd qel.kij'- Caw t wb
The above land can be bought for .10 :ri:::H2 tell...'* Wonn osthfel Si.:'Imor.regele A lout Ist.I D'SebOOdI.(!aar Old- For full information apply to any Agent I to be successful, must 1
4ilv lV *
MB w >"
Per acre. It is suitable for pineapple 1-P- .M*. Ml. :.mJXSZZtZXSKZ.l: : its .. The rough edges of 'r
Wanted-An Idea = .SSe.r -,.. 7e111sg :WI :W ..... System or are not ground down In *
'range lemon lime i & ._ Si4 WI s.de "I ..f .h.I _
or growing. or :
--_ WMde O .......,. s.d_.ssj.trJiS&i business can be prosperowt JJirj
Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for Po4S veer WDUBva IetJ 15ev MV a co be4sgpos rs..e-.-I- _a.orlbl.........."..... 0. W. A. TU3L W.K. GREEN, J. 1C. GULP advertising. ivsi
:**h. ;:::0.-.811 DoaO&lftdMi..IDI a greeter po... lsel.Ioe.in.. ( ..paw A.ea., (,-...pe a..sa." Trafflo '
This ,
land will soon be worth $50 l.O- ::.za--- .WIa. 0v seeS to. is. .
C... be es.YI.4 I.Vesi. pP.Ie' ..... w..w.-D.O. WaaUactoa, O.O.
per acre. ;!.. S8 -o' 4 &w f1'NDattI; PI". .. do you need In the way ....._ S. .. I W. D. ALLEV note and letter heads bin
APPly to C. n. Walton ADVOCATE ;>!
-The Walton Rapid Calking Machine agJc iS'S '
s Plorlda Pa *mtr Agaol. tags, cards, etc P
office; or to Robbins A Graham, Titus- No. one, $$; No. two, *10; No. three, ,15 :1 .p 212 West ha, $ .. be glad to hav ft share of your
Vifle eu Tl&unlUe. :Fla. Sold by J. B. Borneo, only. 1IaI7..1th .
m J..Ii8 -
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(' r littleto McMillan Capt. Penny and Mr. Will- : helping'/ to clear the name of a most EMablUhed 1884 w'ain'td- ... Maw
-f (INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. +- ably busy. If we have but ,
{' reputable citizen. In every section at
lams." I wrote to the people to ascertain once to sell
f i''W''> do, or something that can be their views, In a letter which appeared Yours for fairness, L. BARBOT &: CO. goods: to dealers; no peddling; eXPPrle 11.\

. I'4 easily delayed, we are tempted to In the Star about May\ 10th, and the TAXPAYER. unnecessary; best side line. ti5OO l
I'JI I, Office: Washington Avenue, Titusvllle put it off till H more convenientseason only replies to it were to pass tile bill. month. Salary and expenses 1
i l :: Indian River, Klorlda.I ; and the chances are at Now, an to my position on the financial Gold Vs. Silver.-A'Panic Ex- General commission made. Addresswithtnt: '
question, that is clearly set forth In N stamp for sealed *,Clifton;
} least 16 to 1" that the more con
p. and I stand with all pected. and Manufacturing
p.J my platform, my rGrG- Comiwny-
1, A WEEKLY: : : JOUKSAL DRVOTBD TO TUB DEVELOPMENT : venient season never arrives. :2101bs. weight on the Chicago platform. o": : G g pq .b 8. I nati, Ohio.

l Or TUB INDIAN RIVER, LAKH I am and always have been a firm democrat EI.KHAHT IND., ;da- "", lS cd _

.+ WORTH AND UlrtOAVNB BAY SECTIONS. (I wonder if all my opponents can Aug. 1, 1800. .s.s f --
Y THERE are times when every- say the same ?). As to any straddle, my .. w J. S. JOHNSON
well known and that was Editor Adoucite : CO.Manufacturer
11.1 PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. thing sterna to go wrong. Do whatwe position was .
will labor all the that I would stand with one foot on gold Dear Sir-To protect ourselves In time 329 &. 331 Poydras St., _
y as we may, and one on silver, and over as large a of panic and financial distress-which we NEW ORLEANS, tit. -_
i, (; CIIA H. WALTON, Eilltor .*: Proprietor.MubHCrlptlon > forces of evil seem to have combined
pile of national treasury notes as possible : regard/ as Inevitable if the unexpected LA.
4 to work our undoing. Thenis ; that I am yet opposed to the ro- should happen in November-we have Canal! Bunk.Metropolitan. ....Fishing Supplies,,,

, L ; r the time to keep a stiff upper- tiring of the national treasury notes. decided to add the following conditionto REFERENCE: I ) Bank.Cuunereial .
, Twelve month, '1.110 countenanceto I say to turn time search light; of Investigation all contracts made with the ADvoCATE Asuncion.
" lUx l.flo lip, present a smiling on everyone who ID asking for : and all other newspapers:
1v fliree, .50/ the world ; don't let the world tho votes of the people and profit by the "It is also agreed that should tile free [Remember, the ADVOCATE, Tttusville -

'I$ 1,I'' .t / Single copy, .//1 know your troubles, for the world, expel lence of the past, and if they have silver candidate Bryan, be elected, we does all kinds of job printing. Giveus

, 1 : j1 Strictly In nclviuiae. as a general rule, is a very unsympathetic not come up to your standard in tile have the privilege of cancelling this con a share of your work] Cotton and Linen
consider well before trust them. :Netting
" past y"ou tract. ; IQ\I'(
: world ; and, moreover, to -Send to tile ADVOCATE office and Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. \
11 /f I hope this will be a sufficient answer From this dato contracts without this Fihio
I I' has troubles of its to attend free Information respecting. the newwaterworks Tackle of
t, I own "Jellersoulan Democrat"v clause will not be accepted. get every Lhwcriptlon; Hoot
I\ 'E ( Tile Above raton Inclmlo the payment of poet to. Which is the most acceptable It. SANDERS.MoItU Respectfully, system for houses, farms, Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc.11:1I' ,
i, jf t kge. nnliiwrlptloiM can commence any time eta No overhead tanks used. This is TAKl'ON TACKLE
: A ;
companion, the Jolly, goodnaturedjoker fel'ECUtn
1,1, 'j during tile year. said to bo a tine Invention. Circularssent
f r or the hypochondriacal, des LIGHT 'V ANTJ D.'VRs'r ATTENTION, CANDIDATES. to any part of the south, free. Baltimore, Md

I; 4'' 1'1111"11.008' i
I, I 1:1:I ;, f sunny at l'hle oftire or by writing.A.ilrntH arrive at their lowest ebb then is PALM BEACH. JENSEN: FLA., Aug. r, 1800.Editor ------- --- --- -

vl*I :. all omnmnnlnatlonn to the time to laugh loudest, for you Aug. 1, 1800. ; Advocate : W. B.: DA.WSON
I know then they cannot get ,
Editor Aduiftile'
9 generally
of the south
; INXMAN' Rl-Vr.H ADVOCATE!, if people
change occurs
1 : 1 worse, any
any Dear :Sir-I am now and have been a take but little interest in local elections; and. Retail
1 t I, ii T9TUNVTLE, KLOKIDA.Ok at all,, It must be for the bet reader of the popular ftjnk paper ever with few exceptions, who like to hear "Wholesale

a' ter. The penniless chirruper who since it was first started, and have resided themselves talk, particularly when they

. laughs at his troubles and woes, is in llrovard county for tile past 24 don't comprehend what they are talk-

"ek,eto...nAY lie made. payable to CIIAIILRHM. far happier than the wealthy years, and during all that time have nev- ing about, or like to see their names in WINE & LIQUOR MERCH!
M'ALTOM' ,lUblUbur and pruwloUir.| er taken a bit of space, as a writer, either print' -hko myself, as an instance. As a

.. _.__ .____._ ..____ n_ grumbler, who can see no good in In the ADVOCATE or any other paper; general: rule, It is all right. The county
anything. No one ever became but after reading/ the two articles in your offices are primarily an Individual matter

wealthier or healthier by being an last issue I feel that I would bo doing an and the legislature. a dumping hole to

'.. TIE: most reoent Invention In the habitual growler such a man is a old settler an Injustice If I did not make get some dead-beat out of the way. But 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
"bicycle 'lane is a wheel which can ; some reply to "Jellersonian Democrat" sometimes a crisis arises which makes it
nuisance to himself and an intolerable and the who writes from Sebastian for the people to arise in their
a lie u-sec1lClther us a single machine person necessary Fine old and Domestic Wines Ham
It Liquors
.; I or HB a tuncletn. .All the necessary annoyance to his associates and signs himself "Tbeo. Bauuwull might and power to ward off absolute ,
friends he has none. "Laugh, and others." ruin. Such is the case at present. A .
i parts of a tandem machine can be world with In the first place those two articles area similar crisis arose in 180'); the older Mexican and Florida Cigars.
and the
\., 4 carried OH the single wheel until it I laughs you ; direct attack upon Mr. W. It. Sanders, and wiser heads were neglectful of the
. in desired to convert it into a tan I weep, and you weep alone. It isa whom I have known personally for the true situation and allowed the young and

litlt \lent.d better and far more pleasant occupation past :28 years, and who in all that time I hot-heads to precipitate us into a war. FINE FANCY GR.OCER.IES.
, ( ( to laugh in thanto have yet to either know or hear of any resulting/ such disaster that it wi 1
\ company WHISKEYS from Per Gallon I handle Comb
$2.00 upwards. no Compound
'.. act unworthy or unbecoming a gentle take time to efface. It has often been
d in solitude.CANDIDATES .
.ANOT n EH bridge-Jumping lunatic weep man-a man who for twelve years was said that the war has turned out a blearing Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

is in the field. Having Jumped our able and efficient Brevard county tax to the south; but let us see what the you wish to open an account you must give first-class city reference*
. assessor, and a man who III widely known facts say about it. Prior to the war the
it 'successfully :from the top of the BE FAIR. and highly respected by all who know south was out of debt, prosperous, and

t4 Ilnnnihul bridge, over the Missouri him-a man who has been tried time and had good credit. Today bankrupted,

, r \'er-/\ distance of about 70 feet When a candidate for office has again; by the people of lirevard county, without credit, and still In the hands of BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.

I ? .-for 11 wager of ,$100, he now an to indulge impersonal abuse of his and has never been found wanting; and the enemy.
whole lifetimein
after spending nearly a The country Is as good as It ever was, ,
, d flounces that he is open to the opponent to further his own cause, building up an enviable reputation, but the people were not in a situation! to

world for nn engagement. Ills it bespeaks lamentable knowledge tho Idea of having any such outrageous the I'csults."e have on our

r ''d name is appropriate Bridges -. of his own weakness and a moraldepravityanytbillg' insinuations cast against; Ills good; name hands now a crisis, the results of which, Wholesale Goods House

: 1T and Lt I Is more than probable that but edifying ; Is enough to arouse the Ire of any good if fastened on USM will be more disastrous Dry ,
citizen and make them feel as thoughthe than that of 1800, and that is this
,1 i !i bridges will be the death of him. it Is much more likely to advancethe wrong should be speedily righted.It gold standard collar, with which New

t. g gY cause of his opponent than to certainly does seem that If the people England states will choke the financial J'ACKSON'VILLE: FLA.'

I help his own, for the majority of and taxpayers of Brevard have been life out of the entire south and west. ,
Y i ACOOHDINO to the reports of the I trusting him so long, and have always Let us take the records again as proofof
t Yf Department of Agriculture, from voters are men possessing a sense found him n true and faithful servant, the asseition. In 1810, at the demand We offer at Special Prices :
), j' the year 189.2 to the end of last of honor sufficient! to value such a that It is a shame to have such an attack of the Kothchilds Co., the British lion Men's Bathing Suits from $5.00 to $12.00 per dozen.A .

4 ( the value ilrorees, And mulesin method at its true worth. Bryan made upon him as those two parties have dropped his tail and walked up to the lot of new and second-hand Shnw-cases, in good order.
,year, has announced that no man will be attempted to niako. slaughter house, and had the golden collar Big lot of SUMMER UNDEKSHI11TS, IIOSIEUY: SUSl'EXDKIW,
this country has decreased about I different In the second place, as regards/ Mr. fastened around his neck. At that lIa.laglHtl'l&w Hats, for rough wear; Fish hooks, Mosquito nets, line meihci
ono-half, and this great decrease is vilified by him for holding Sanders' action on the road bill passedby time the record shows there were 100- made on frames and without. Our prices are.right.

r'I'' attributed to establishment of political! views, and that he the last legislature, if I (remember 000( real estate owners in England. Today arr-; Dealers, let us hear from you.

. trolley cars and bicycles a. methods will, as far as possible, refrain correctly Mr.\ !Sanders asked for the the record shows 1,600, and the balance -
of the several times both
;' a'' .of The time will from personal attacks on his political views people literally paupers. ,
conveyance. prob- adversaries. If he carries out by inquiry and articles and requests in You, Mr. Editor, cited England as an 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
I I' 1 ably COllie .when .the horse will be the Florida Star, and it appearing that instance of the good results of a gold

,,' an almost!! obsolete animal, only his present t intentions he will set the people were divided on the question standard. If reducing the masses of the

!J .G' found wild in isolated! portions of agood: example to all candidates endorsed the bill very reluctantly, that people to starvation and concentrating JAMES PRITCHARD, President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President;
u the and the in every section of the United was past finally, allowing the question to the wealth of a country in the hands ofa 0. S. Sohuylcr, Cashier
globe filling plaoe
1 n in settlement before the
come for a final few Individuals, which a gold standard
i, zoological gardens am.t l museums States, for there is doubtless too people. Now I would auk JelTersonlan necessarily does, is good results, then

r of a future 1I&Y much< personality, of the vilest and Democrat if anything could have been you are correct; otherwise$ou are "notin INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

F 15 most untruthful kind carried on by I fairer or if he had been a faithful repro118ntntlvo ] it." !
) would he have done different ?
many during, a canvass. In our Now, take Mexico; those uncivilized
'VJC are tow apt to stigmatize county, we are pleased to be ableto We all know that Mr. Sanders voted for cranks, as the gold bugs call them because (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
the bill reluctantly and used bill silver and will find
every they
who use you
any one may disagree with have heard) but little of Authorized $ t 00,000
we capital,
i say, effort to carry the final election as it them more universally prosperous and
N 41? ''t our pet theories, especially our pet this! method of canvassing. Our finally caviled; therefore as Mr. Sanders' independent than any gold standard Paid up capital, $25,000

political theories, as either a foolor candidates are all gentlemen, and platform hag declared him In favor of country on earth. Average deposits, $150,000
a knave, and to think that he is all recognize their the Chicago platform of the democratic Let us come back to the question. As
opponents as
I' animated l hy anything .but honestyof party, Jeffersonian Democrat Is fully I said in tho outset, ordinarily our elections -1
men equally as good as themselves, answered. are formal affairs, so far as the Transacts a General Banfciol
purpose, when be U probably as and while they show a natural preference Now, as to Mr. Baunwcll. In the first people are concerned; but at present we

f honest in his convictions nut: to that the voter should sup- three suctions of his letter he merely have fearful crisis staring us In the Business

1 what is the best policy AS we are port them, they do not descend to says nothing: but in the fourth section face, and ceremonious courtesy must besot
I ho says" that Mr. Sauders has "stronglyopposed" / aside and take the ox by the horn Bin
ourselves. The views of the chosen the lowest form of blackguardism ? Largest and Oldest! Bank on the
the Hulling/ industry, and has 1 believe Brevard and Dade, by courtesy, ,
r leaders of the two great political that of trying to gain votes by taken action that "antagonized/ and irritated have boon trading on senatorial representatives &,, t Exchange sold on all Foreign Coantrlm.

i parties are, of cou.se, diametrically making innuendoes as to the character fishermen in their peaceful pursuits. In the legislature. That will 4 --

opposed to one another, but no one of their temporary adversary, ." Now, If the writer of this article do well enough when nothing Is at stake, DIRECTORS:
d will suggest for a moment that Mr. Ilium well-who seems to be a but what wo must look to now, is the jAS.PRITCHARnW.B.BAR: jeering af his peculiarities or insinuating total stranger in this county, but nevertheless principle at stake, without reference to of the National. Bank of Jacksonville),J H
ho is totally unfit (i (poll) tax payer-will cite county or men. If Brevard and Dade UUKKKK (Vice-rrexttlent National limit"
M. Knows.
his' policy is the best for the pros- for the office to which lie hopes to me to one single or solitary Instance counties are ready to have the gold bug I Jacksonville), and W. .

; ,y perity of the country, and we be elected, and that he could not where' Mr. !Sanders has irritated any dead-fall of New England sprung on National CORRESPONDENTS.Boaboanl Hank. of New York i awe'
I ;ITIrrUsvizLl7 :
.Ii should give our friends credit fort 'fulfill his duties one-half fisherman or other lawabidingcitizen, I them, and be crushed out of financial nNatlonalRankoJacksonvnle.. :: .
BO successfully will Investigate the matter myself and
least existence, then let them see to It that
", at a respectable amount of, as themselves. If we are make it all public; but when Mr. U. men are sent to tho legislature to assist FLA.

honesty of purpose, even if our into politics, then let politics be tolls me that a man whom I have knownso In doing it. We often see men representing ,
views their views. long and have seen with his cast-net ---- --:
are not our there are plenty of principles whose apparent In- i --- --- ----
7 game out fishing in order to obtain food for terlJllt would be to the contrary, and
grave: public issues to ;be argued family would do any act of oppression wonder what is the cause. If you bringa W. J. HILL. H. M. PAPWORTaSouth

\VB cannot understand the curious ((sill fought over without dragging toward any poor laborer, I am very search warrant to bear on them, you

attitude of some of the democratic personal dislike and abuse into strongly; inclined to doubt his word, andI will find a free railroad pass stuck downin Florida
Wholesale House
on the financial tlwm. believe I am joined these sentiments their breeches, or something of similar -
I + While by throe-fourths of all old settlers andtlxpaye's character. Some people can be n __ __ _ ._ ___ __ ,
.; question. they profess to
of the
county. handled at a low price. Such things
I 'ij} have Adopted the Chicago platform Till LKUIT TUllNl-U) 'OX.COUUTKNAY The next Is the sixth section of Mr.B's. places; a man In a very humiliating position W.J'. HII: : Ij dc 00.Jo .

IiJU I outside of their editorial able letter. The very poppy cock I ; but such Is life. When people are

I \ 1 : columns their sheets are filled with FLA., Aug. 300. and nonsense of this section boats every left to their own wishes, without a rul- = 1873. -
thing. The ludicrous Idea of Mr. Sanders ing rod over their heads, their political
arguments of the strongest kind Editor Advocate: "burying himself in the poll list," sentiments are governed; principally by Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders''

against the free coinage of silver. In Last issue there when he knows by heart a perfect description their intercuts. New England states area ,
The 'burden of their your was an articlo of nearly piece of real
song" every commercial
eeeins and
manufacturing mon-
from Sebastian, wit tte" t> cue \\bn calls
1G + to bet: "We feel certain that the himself "JolTernonl.m Democrat y ," entitled estate in the county and knows every eyed country, hence they want protective {: Materials of all Kinds
almost A '
taxpayer' personally. man
II 4 : free coinage of silver will be M disastrous 1 "More( Light "1Vanted" In which who has so long tilled public office in the tariff and money at its highest
value which
; 11 experiment for tho country lio undertake to answer for my notices capacity" be has boon employed does not natural.purchasing The south, has nothing Is perfectly to protest S.ANFOB..Z: FL.ORIDA.
In the lat Le IIIII'tul'e. Xo doubt he
may even lead to disorder, would lx to have tho need any l'o11l1l1t, except in the exaggerated and no money to use for oppressing
> glad |people weigh
r IIl i i anarchy and >ruin, but what care me by his Undiud and accept his ideas! opinion and mind of Mr. B. purposes, and they are opposed to the
Then again in the closing section,
; we for the country so the great' just at thin time; but the people have a "Ah I boys, the new of the rocent conversion New will England attempt policy.I to answer. the only MIAMI !
argument -
way of InvoMtixutlnx) for themselves. "
democratic party holds together. I think It la well for Mr. B. I have heard from a gold bug .
Now to the that
As have said before let iis charge any prominent that ho ends that section In such glow
we us give otHclAl had Inlliiouce standpoint, so far as the south is con-
nny over me
our country the first place, and if while in TallaliiiAHeu, as to the county lug and flowing language, for lu eviently cerned: It la claimed If the price of

we see it drifting into what we cons court or any other matter, they are must have boon touching the labor is Increased by the use of silver,
flowing b-1 prior to his writing that
the price of what he has to buy will be
cider a suicidal policy, let us do all Again untrue when and I thin without. JetYernoQlan any fouml.itlon.Democrat section, for ho certainly does not think Increased In proportion which make it Town Lots Now Sale !

s .I we can mistake.to prevent such a deplorable asks the. the. question of only how 3fl' petitioners I came! to for grant a county that there who Is personally a single know man in"Old Brevard 1 BeeSandem" the hundred same in dollars the end.a month If a man, and get has one to on

t law tend I the cauniv for n shell road that will pay the lightest attention spend fifty dollar!. a month _for _necessities
: 1 etc. he; wall "knows-hit la m1wleaj to It. ; now, ii he gets two hundred a -
IDLENESS, especially at this period the people, for he surely. trying knows to that And BOW In cloning I would like to ask month and spends one hundred for necessities A. E KINGSLEY General Agent For
Mr. U. if, After due consideration of his ,
of the is pleasant but in one instance be has fifty dollar -
year, very the petition of 81*! was to the county commissioner article, he Is not ashamed of the fact ,
I : can hardly be considered profitable. calllag for the bond election, left to pay taxes or Invest In government -
I that he has attempted to pull down In
bonds the other
,. ; In Instance he
I and that the famous 400 Mrs. Tuttle.
petitioner Julia D.
The worst feature of the seductive part the good; name of a man who I Is.one ho one hundred which represent his
the election and
habit of la that the were against calling my of the most exemplary men of our
j t II "lazing" more name headed the list.. The facts about interest best for the same purpose.

!p it is indulged in ,the more difficult the bond bill are those, that before I left county all ,who a man know who him Is highly, a man respectedby whose MOST:! HAKDEE. CHOICE

111; it is to break. We remember a for Tallahassee I told many that if tile judgment and fairness have never been BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY"In

worthy pedagogue of our school people wanted tho Mil paused I would, ai questioned a man who I la not addicted to Registration Notice.

.I '. boy days, who, when we complained their reproventatlvc, vote for It at Tallahassee : any of the modern vices, and while not a all parts'.of. the Town. Carefully Selected

j that we hadn't time to do the allotted but when I cnmo home my vote fanatic on any point( Is a true Christian: I will be In the following precincts, to
would be my own and not a representative Fruit and
gentleman, and by lr the best fitted of transfer and restore elector In said Vegetable Lands on
I I task, always told us that we one, and, I would, do all In my powerto Dort
any candidate* mentioned as our next 'cinct, on the date a* below :
must make time-and we usually defeat the bill. My conscience I* I representative in the legislature.Now & Pierce, Monday, Aug. 10th; Woodley, : IinD1.i River and Bn;)" BIl etttiylle.
clear that I did the
J did-in the-same way If we hare yet right In letting Mr. Editor, I trust you will exeue Tuesday, the 11th; Mlcco. Wednesday, :::r Correspondence
i much settle the question, for It was entirely me for taking up so much of your the 12th; Banyan Thursday the 13th.T. Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
not to do make
we can A focal one. The only protest time and space, which I certainly would! J. COCK*UCTT,. .
M1 enough work to keep ua reason sent m. against the bill wore from Mr. not Lave done except for the purpose of Supervisor of Registration. Main Office, Hotel Miami, MIAMI, FLORIDA.

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'11'' S. Department of Agriculture to locating. charms were Irresistible. General regret ASK the recovered

Fla.he Mr. E. Stiling received was felt at tho sad word of the sudden ._ ,."pept1".. bill o u t G. G. SPRINGER
!.: Feather Bureau Jupiter, lately two carloads victims (
of death of one of her family, taking her nuffviern o
''ent> cypress shingles, and Tuesday -----, fever and ages: the
00 .. following is a comparative state- another of lumber. Tuesday he shippeda direct to Dayton, Ohio; mercttriin diseased.

31J> Int of temperature and rainfall for the consignment of lumber to Mr. Nesbitt, The following were registered during covered health how they,cheerful 1' -.
cet'loa ek ending Tuesday, Aug., 1SIW.( (Xeabltt) on the Island. the past week at Seaside IunV.: W. MpiritM and (food I Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper OfIC "

_1800- -181)5rK Mr.[ E. P. Porcher with his force Mr. Do Hart, Tampa) ; M. Mulliolland Boston appetite)they tekingitiN.will tell

'ICItiT MAX. M1N. MAX. MIS.a James Mitchell and Mr. Thomas Mitchell : Mass. ; Misses Ethel and Mithe ran b'i.I% : ( KKGU- :

a 87 78 8l! 74 reached Cocoa from Jacksonville on Good, Sydney I:>Smith Palatkn; W. M. _ _I l.ATOH. I EDistilled. : .
I to 7 73 80 74 Monday transferring their office from Hodgson, Richmond, Va.; C. \\'. Arnold, : AND :
01 77 M 71 that Miss Emma: Waring Sea Breeze; Jaudon: Th. Ch..ut. Parent and Bent Family
place to this.
1 They will establishan Medicine In the World!
76 91 7. Drown Holmes Irwin nnd -. -
)iT iTLT I 1)0) office here for their business. Jacksonville For DYSPHPSIA. (CONSTIPATION ,
p 88 76 88 7;) wife Pomonn; Mrs. J. :M. Alden Orlando dice. ,l1uu..lIltck..I'IlK: 11KAUACHK.Colic,
88 77 80 74 ; Henry /Strunz Ceo. U. Seldcn T. N. L>.eprcxnion of Spirit, SOUK STOMACH, "
.j 88> 76 8'J 74 OLD Oscar Pepper at Losley A" Kena- :Smith, Mrs. A. J. Douton, Pulatka; Wm. Heartburn etc. Thin unrivalled. remedy of l I. Water i
ker's warranted not to contain atnitle particle
Titusville F. Jlbb\ W. C. Keller W. 11. Jones Day- .
otal rainfall for the week: 0:03: IncheslarttIre MlCKCUKY: or any mineral iiuliHIiince, but it
I from normal rainfall for the to"iV.: > ; II. Moreliouxe, Savannah la. ; UUI5LY" VIHJKTAHLK:: ,

, r.J.jj.: minus 1.02: Inches. Departure Malabar.Wm. Mrs. :S. A. Johnson DeLaiul ; J. 1'. Lov- containing. tI,,,... Southern Root nnd Herb Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.
norRlal rainfall since January 1, ett, Jacksonville. which an all-wine Providence hit* placed Inountrk
..111 whore Liver L>lHeao* nioRt prevail.
ins 3.08: Inches. It w III cure all Dl.ea.e. caused by Derangement -
J. W. CKONK Observer. Braddock, of Sebastian: was in ol the ...""" and liewel
Cocoa and West Palm Jlesich.SEEDS
town last week.C. Sebastian. Tlio hVMI'TOMS <>( l.lver Complaint: tI are abitter .
or bad taste I In the month; I'lim I In the
C. Carroll made a business trip to hack, SldrH' or Jointsoftcn mimnkcn' fur KheumatiHiu :
Sour Stomach I.o.f ApputitelboWulii )
Banyan. ;
Melbourne Beach this week. Mr. Howell Kltching of Neptune, la ahcrtiiitely coHtive and lux; 1I.,1..cI"i:
visiting lends In town. loss of Mrinory: with a piiinfnl.I.lhj\ GARDEN and FIELDSEED"S
:Miss Jamie 11 o well is visiting her having failed, to do I Homotlnnx; I might to -
I We need rain in this vicinity' very father having arrived from Texas lately. Dr. Scollelil, of Cocnl.'IIS: In town have been yellow appearance\ of the Skin and l I ICyoa, a dryCoiiKh
W. P. Arnald K. T. Smith and W. D. this; week on professional dlltl lI. often mmtaken for Conmunptlon --.

I J. K. Hogan is ditching and preparing' \Vells were down the river for business' Capt. R. A, Harden has the finest Hold Sometlmeit UlBoHfltt, nt teeny ollivm of yore tlit-no few ayniitotni) hut| the attendthe I.IVEH I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-

- ne very rich land for bananas. lIe I and pleasure last Krld.iy and! Saturday.J. : of pineapples that we have seen lately. l I. ei-iieriilly the sit (.f the d.."..".., and 1 if not.
duo plants growing now. RcKiilntcd )Iii time srent sufferIng, wietchednexH
'L8 t some B. Wells and daughters of Grant Rev. S. F. Oove preached twice hero :and DEATH will i ensue.Tlie class SEEDS in the State-
I A. T. S-Minders and II. D. Jcrnegan: came up last' Thursday' and had C. C. last Sabbath to largo con l'uIltlonll."Sample's" / following hIghly ...t""u"lp..r""SRIt"1 :
live to after Carroll make his bond to the virtuu* of hiinninim LIver UrKiiliitoriOen.
returned lianyan spending out
as postmaster W. S. Holt l'.li.. S.V.. 1 k. K ('''.1 Kev. SEND FOR PRICES Bufoio ordeilug vlMouhciu. All Sood: tell c.1h'fm'o .
It weeks in the pineapple region ou the at Grant. are rather scarce In town, J. 1 R. Fol.ler1 1'orry, lia.| t'ol. K.;; K. Sparks, Al.
ll. Lucle. especially from Kort Pierce way. We U".I| C. Mnmornon, Krtq.. Shcrltl Uibb Co.: SNIt out.
John )McAllister of Eau. Gallic came miss these additions to our society very Oa.I1on.) Alexander H. Stepliena. L. CAMERON Seedsman,
| J.v.. Scott will soon have his tract of down in his little naphtha launch on much. "We have for tented, its virtues, Hillotianeas, pemonnlly. and and 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
linnw that livatwpala
Lnd grubbed\ \ and cleared ready for his Tuesday, and chatted: with his friends ThrobblnMC headache\; It In the h".t medicine the
i IT! (inter crop of beans and tomatoes lie ic. Two carload. of l'allJooa.ll4plke" etc., world ever HIIW.Vetrlod forty ollu-r remoihritbeforeSlmniuimI.IvcrUiifiitutor
foul Is hustler and should succeed. :ml veil here this week for Mr. Sv. \\'.. ,but flnfl(' {''''''
a J, T. Ware and family, who arrived liitssell, of the Sebastian\ and! Clnclnnatus us moie tltiin temporary: tplief: ; tint the Keiriilutor -
; : ; ".
R. C. Creech received two crates of from Texas hint week are now moving Farms H.illroad.Mr. TtLhOKAI'll not onlv AND relieved Mb.HSKNI.hM I but ,rniiM Milfoil 1 UI, Gil.MXNI .-Eo. A Fertilizer for Fruit. c.-

Oio' liugcst' pears we ever saw, on the 1st furniture and household goods Into their KAl'IHKUl I ONt.IV
list., They were presented to him byIS house, and will\ soon be settled in their K. (>. Itardoe returned<< to town on J. H. ZLILIN 4k CO.. Philadelphia p",.
friend 13. D. Jeruegan. They were new home. Monday, after an extended) visit to !Seville "
. .... --" "The Ideal
hipped from his father's place In the DeLoon Springs" and other towns '--- = -- :-= Pineapple Fertilizer1"E'r1c
Our present representative in the legislature '- north of us.
lesteru of Putnam
n portion county. W. H. Sandeis was talking viith Roseland.Mrs. : g5.0c :Jor ToJ.l.
$ > :
lien they are a treat
f!banks ; the voters of tide place Monday and Mr. H. 13. Spratt is getting his place

j We see the Senatorial' convention will Tuesday. We are glad to see he is very i In shape for gardening tills winter. Mr.Spratt GUARANTEED ANALYSIS::: :.

[oct, at West Palm lleach. We think popular in our community.There ) lives near Pelican Island, so he S. Davis has returned l to Veto Molsturtt .. . .. ,8 to 10 Tor tent' .
lilts plenty of She was accompanied by her sister Miss
lint IS1'lght. and Dade may be entitled Is iv German. family consisting/ company. Loru Cain. Ammonia. . IJ"to (II"t It

1IIi.d. o the senator; but unless they come of a man, his wife and three little children The candidates falling off In numbers. Phosphoric\ Acid! . ,5 to II"t "
, jiigctlier!( and decide upon one of their \ which has been staying at H. C. We have only seen ono this week, \v. Gibson Is spending a fow days; on "
I'otatlh.ct.IIII .II S
U'ry best men, old Brevard has some i /Starck's for several days. They arrivedat and this one is our own-yes, our own his homestead' at Woodley. ( ) to
iuo) on Sunday having
CI kien' as lIon. II. S. Williams or lIon. W.II. hero known among his rivals. E. Is again living at his homo ))IKsulvell'h'ltll'huto.' Kino Ground Toliuoro Stems, a nil! Sulphate of Potash I
from Roseland and tell
a the
f. Sharps would bo an honor to the on south prong of tho bebiistianliver. S3T- Write for directions for using/ and! further piirtlculitis; also ask for. :
llmtrict in the senatorial chamber. ; story. They In were persuaded! to leave Mr. Hy. Benson of this placo, was copy\ of "Keonomioal) Fcrtlllxiiig for Fruit.'e carry laigp: .Mock of all Fertlll '
their homo
Chicago by a'' gentleman
with Dr.Soofiold .
I down the river on the promise of work stricken, of Sunday Cocoa, was meningitis.telegraphed for, F. White has gome very lino )pampas "Material, Cotton HtJtJlll\uill.[ Tobacco Dust Potaxh, etc.Vi ito! for \jnU'es |Isfore <-

I>11.0 Oscar Pepper at Losley & Hena- but they were not paid, and were finally and Mr. Benson Is doing nt "well as can plumes grown\ on tho Urukn place. bnylnVtJ/ seek theI'OWOI'S/ tl'ldolI'I'ct.\ .

ker's Tltusville Fla.Reams.. driven away without money shelter or bo expected. lIe is still lying dangerously J.' Mauauley Is sulfuring/ from the WILSON & TOOMER ,
food. And now, by the kindness of Mr. i ill at the Palm Houso. effects of n. Slllllltl'oke.Vhllo at work

Starck, they '11'11IItay\ a few days untilth'l1 lu tile field l at }:Krulldoiino he wits overcome The Fertilizer House of Florida,
can send to Chicago for money to No mosquitoes' no rain, no sandrlies by tho boat, nnd it was severalhours
with nice cool breezes all ) 5dtim Jacksonville Fla.
home with. day long: :
@ go before ho was nblo to roach thoIIOUHO.
thermometer ranging from 80 to U4 ... .
I At l.iwt accounts ho ---- -- -- ---------- -- -- -- -
We had a very pleasant shower Salinity in the shade; surely we ought to be ableto was Iml'l'ovIng. "
afternoon but we are not ready to PUKE old Mount Vernon Rye at Losley live through the summer. No wonder S .

ciy "enough" yet. & Kcnakcr's at $::1.00 per gallon.Seabreeze. Senator( Quay and party are on Indian Frecl'k. S. MorseX

Capt. Geo. Sears and Mr. Curtis were River catching tarpon and inhaling the Bonaventure. ; -X-
health-giving ozone thrown( off by (Jrand\ .
the island
ailing on Saturday. Old Ocean

C. J. Kennies and family and J. Jones Chan. All man has taken tho Don ven- ::eEJ L = ':r.T: : : =
mIl who have been relates ,
family, visiting ItemombcT, tho ADVOCATE! does all turo postoflloo.! lIe '11'11glucloll\ on Mr.
L In different parts of the state are T. F. Whltten, of Patatka is again at kinds of Job Painting.Coronado. Mi ins' placo the coming season.
xpected to return this week. the beach occupying Mr. Dunn's cottage.Col. Mx4.1,1x.: :Dado 0<:>>.. FLOXl.JIDA:
H. E. Mints wife and son arc spending/
On account of the warm weather very W. M. Shoffner and family were Beach' a fow days at their llonavonturo grovo. .
few attended the services at the Wood- arrivals on the beach during the past AGENT FOR LANDS OFFlorida V --
ley schoolhouse, Sunday morning. week. Mrs. Goo. Taylor has been quite ill for
the past fow days: but we are glad to Const '
a I David Wlngood, who has had charge Mr. John Sanders and family, of The regular Saturday night dance at learn she is improving.Col. : Hallway Company,
the life-Having station four miles be- Cocoa are pleasantly located in one of the hotel was even butter attended last Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Company
low here left on Monday for Starke Fla. Seabieezo/ cottages.Mrs. week than heretofore IOR8t forty per- I). it!. Kdgorton,I has sold his oloc- Boston & Floilda Atlantic Coast Land Company.

Capt. White will take charge until a now of DeLand is hero with sons wore present. As usual, refreshments trio launch tu John McAllister of KiutOallle. .. _. '
Clark Tho colonel made -- -- -
.i pointment Is were served. a trip to
made. Mr. has
| Wiugood
her adopted son. She expects her bus-
r many friends who regret to sue him band to stay over Sunday. Among the now arrivals at the hotelare Cocoa Thursday:
leave, but we all join in wishing him the families of Goo. A. I Spear:> J. F. A little ittrangor nppcurrd! at tho homo The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

success in his new venture. Rev. C. W. Arnold held a service at Turner and lr. Stevens of Sanford! ; of J, II. Parker on Friday last, Mrs. Parker ,

lJ the Inn, Sunday evening. All enjoyed Judge/ Rollins, of Lake Mary: Judge presenting her husband with a line
his well-delivered sermon.A Both mother nnd :&1. JSTJZDXjO'W: Oozx'l: :lWan.aKo: : ..
PURE old Mount Vernon Rye at Losley Butt and family Mr. Hart, and family, boy. son are gutting ,

& llenaker's at $3.00 per gallon. jolly party from Coronado Beach is and Mr. Bowen and family, of Orlando; along nicely. (LATE CHAPMAN & SUDLOW.! )
expected to attend the dance at the Inn also E. 11. Jonit and family of Orlando. Quite a lot of strawberry plants) will
South Jacksonville Florida.
10o on Saturday night. The surprise given Mrs. W. A. Allenon be put out hero this seasons. ,

Vero. The Misses Ethel and Mithe Good Tuesday night was rouser.. After MANUFACTURER OF :

have returned to Palatka, much to the spending a short) time at the Allen cottage IIOTHL. NOTJ2H.Wo .

16 II. T. regret of their Seabreeze::! friends. / about twenty couples marched up FERTILIZERS For and
10 GUTorcl has gone to Miami for a and took possession of the dining roomat Pineapples Oranges
few days. H. D. McDonald and family of Do the hotel and had: a Jolly Rood: timeof now have open In Tltimvlllo two r

W. Land are among this week's arrivals on It Mrs. Allen anti her sinter ... good and well-malll\getiaulllmer hotels
J. Bass and Edgar Brown of Ft. dancing. -
the bench. D. D. as '11'11find\ In of Florida. and Dealers in Kind of Raw Material
Pierce. were visiting in town this week. They are occupying Mrs. Jordan, are very popular. you any part Vegetables, Every ,
::1 Itogers' pleasant cottage on boabrceze::!
Mr. Layport of Fort Pierce was here avenue. Another rousing Christian :Endeavor
Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc Also
hiring men this week. meeting was held at the hotel on Sun- G. ,
The little Mrs. S. W. Johnston -
fascinating day night. Every available spot was occupied \
Miss Laura Cain, of Rosebud, Is visitIng of DeLand, is making a flying visitto and a great deal of Interest was PUBLIC, Tho 'LLmLI:: : :EJard-Ti.D1os: :: 1-al3.d:
her Ammonia. . .. . 4 to 5 cent .
I sister Mrs. S. Davis. Seaside!:! Inn before taking her departure taken. The people of Coronado( believe per t
I to Charleston to loin her husband STATE AT LARGE. Available Phos. Acid ,(II I to Miler cent > for lS.OO Per Ton. ,'
Ed. Wonack It possible to make the bust of bothwoili's
had his horse killed by a 1
, Potash K to 7 cent
0..8 )
from New York. per
train last week. returning ; their amusements me I harmless Typewriting taxes paid for nonresidents -
and cheerful. "To the pure all thingsare Highest Commercial Value given our brands III the last Jiulletln. Write for
Prof. A. Williams who has been stay rents and accounts collected
A panther and two cubs were seen in Prices. Order for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free ef all
ing at I Seaside Inn for several weeks past pure. etc. etc. Correspondence Koliol ted.
: ,
the road between Vero and the river ) railroad depot the East:
'will freight charge to any on Coast at catalogue prices, until j
took In the Miami excursion. He
Monday. Tho progressive euchre party, given .
Titusville, Florida.! further notice.DUREN. I
probably go as far as Key West fj :Mrs. by the two Misses Bond and Miss Morris, .. .. .. -... ., .. .!
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Williams does not find it out. In their mother's cottage on Tuesday
[Send the ADVOCATE order for Mutttcr'rt Halo.UNDKR .
j it uD)t an any Dr. and Mrs. L. D. Eaton of Palatka, night was a very enjoyablenfTalr. There & FEASTER.
printing you need.] who have been spending some weeks at were ten couples present the first prize ..... )

Seaside Inn, linger on, loath to return to being captured by Miss Dickerman and : and by virtue of a ilwrna' of fore- A\
Cocoa.Rev. the heat of the interior. The doctor is Mr. Wyman; the necond. or booby by ami llrevard sale. Issuing out Florida of the. Circuit". GROCERIES, FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and
Court for county whnraIn
Miss Chew and Mr. Alf Sharp. Re- I
singularly free from his asthma trouble. la \
Aaron A. eUrauw complainant( and Monbillu -
I II fieshments. were served. 1I..lee defendant. I will cell at pulillooutcry. Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery Glass\ anti Tinware.
I B. Holmes Erwin, of Pomona, the famous In front of the.. court house door aTHuavllle & Your: pah'onRle u.it-.L\ I
F. Brown
owing to illness wine maker of Florida, with his wife The beach has been enlivened with riorldn, during the legal. linura .f Kl
was not able to fill his appointment at are established here for the month of three runaway teams recently. DanlterDond' ale, on the FlrHt Monday In 14el..I.| A l1HWI > TITUSVILLE, FLOHIDA. ||
*>t. Mark' last Sabbath.F. to the hlfclient and beat bidder for(caxh, the
on August. They are meeting many friends borse took a start and matte a following iluiwrllHiil.. real ""tat4J. itltuitted In Hrevard .. .. .. ..
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J. Wooten left Monday for Titus- of other seasons, and are enjoying their run\ of over thirty miles down the beach. county, State of Klnrlda, to-wltt I Lilt (II)
yule, to meet the Commissioners much. Alt Sharp brought out Ills ponies, and he live, of traction (II)eleven, towimlitp 87. south uf
County stay
very and friend started his trail and after range 41 emit containing' 4U UH-IOO acr ) *<, GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP
nnil attend to other business. a on thureof i : : II.r : !
connty dance much I I an limy tsu *ultlvl nt tu the
There will be a special] Saturday going fifteen mile returned home. mount due His uoinpluinuDt, and lout of ,
Professor Carter was In Cocoa on Sat- evening at Seaside Inn, Mrs. Davidson The next day thirst took the ,horse to lull, cU:.

|nlay of last week. lIe is !State Botanist of Daytona furnishing the music. the house of refuge twelve mile away, 01ff). M. ROUIIIN'S ____________ :i \\
and Is doing some work on the river. Many of the ypung people of Palatka and it was caught and sent back. aujf..I't. 811(1cl..1 IU..t4Jr.
expect to be here. Henry Strunz has LITTLE :EROS.E
Mr. E. tiling leaves for the iferth ina several dancers already engaged. The weekly notes from here would .....
few days, going to Saco, )Maine and not be complete without a llsh Item. It Education of
Probably to Detroit, Mich., before he Quito an acquisition to Seabreeze Inn would be like the play of Hamlet without
returns. is Mrs. J. M. Alden, of Orlando who Is the Dane. Its advantage as re BODY FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

Col. G. S. Singleton has delivered to a typical English woman. She alreadyhas Jtl\rdsltlt beach, every one who once seen ,

)fro F.. Stiling a number of loads of rock, a reputation for her pedestrianism, it concedes. There started for the Inlet MIND, 01 3LLc,1czwi11o: : P-1a.,
and morning walks before breakfast by from the of three
for a bulkhead brick recently, hotel a party ,
or sea-wall at the
Hardware store. the surf, are being! revived with benefit. composed of J. 10'. Loral ne 1'rof. W. A. MORALS. Are: Offering Their

Juidon Brown the popular traveling Sharp and Mr. Wyman, who returned iu ., .,
,I Kev.! Eads will preach Ilere next Sab- agent, of the Florida East time for dinner with a dozen handsome FREE TUITION. ""' ..A.ll. .:rO'Lt'l.d.. :erac.d.

dath. morning and evening. Next Sun- Coast posoenger railway stopped at Seaside Inn son bass, weighing from lire to twelve ....

Is missionary day In the M. E. during the pant week. After the extrente pound each. It was a sight, a* they The at the Exceedingly Low Price; ofFor

Sunday school. heat at Jacksonville, he very much lay OB tbe hotel porch, to make the

The brick hardware store, E. Stillng, enjoyed a cool night here and a pleasant mouth of an epicure water. All Mr. Florida d( *- t $aa : Ton.
has Loraine wa landing one of the larger -
received a coat of paint, and It looks i dip I ta the surf. Agricultural
blight and ones it Lark made grab at It, and succeeded -
attractive. Mr. S. P.
Taylor was very the painter who did the There was more than ordinary regret la getting the tall! cutting It off College ( Ammonia . . ... . ,5 tu tf\ per cent
work. when Rev. .W. W. De Hart and party, of a* clean a* If done with a* knife. Prof. Guaranteed Analysis I J Available Phosphoric Acid 4 to 6" "

Tan pa, left Seaside Inn Friday. All Sharp felt quite elated. It In likely thata la supported. All tuition by eranu free from to all the Militant AatlonaJ from fjovernmeot. .,, ( Actual Potash .3104 "
Mr. Leddy Booth the Bottling works felt It a pleasure and privilege to know good portion of the real of hi. vacations .1..I.Ia. Open to niches and '.'n..I.... Women
man, and Mr. Chas. Tbeis are getting each of them. Few have greater adaptability win be pent" ,blng mlt de boy.!' board with fauilll In town. Men board atCollege Manufactured from the Purest Ammonlaten, Super-phosphates and Potashes.
weir apparatus In position and getting and resource After his hard work at St. Augustine he :Meee lieU for f lo.oo per month. A moat Nothing bvttct: for Pineapples, Vegetable, and present condition of the Orange
healthy location. Oolleife eurxeon attend* ail
B flown to business. They are the Cocoa 'Mr. awl )(rL Bnrgoyne, who were : need such exercle.: In the AncientCity etndente free of (lha'I{.. Military dIscipline an- Tree A fine stock of all kind of Fertilizer Material constantly on hand.
Bottling works people now. called New York by the sudden deathof be made 25 water color of the deraruliat.of: Went I'nlnt. Sour utinee of
to -
InstructionAgricultural, :Mechanical Latin Write for Pamphlet and Price
The weeds are falling on the lots of Mrs. Uurgoyne's mother, have returned moat interesting placed, and about a HulontlHo ami Women'.. ftaperlur I .quf.ua.nt
Mr. Stung, where Dr. Daniel lives. Mr. to their lovely cottage on the dozen fine pencil sketches, which will In Ijtb>irac<>rle>. tllree iHgrrtut of II. A. soul LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.,
Florida. perhaps be put on exhibition before he A. H. rail term open. Moaday. ."'''',''.or 5tblnun. .
tiling likes to keep the weed down. It beach, and are again enjoying/ '" For cataluicu'e giving full InformationaddreiM Jacksonville Fla.
leave Coronado. will form
makes everything look so much better. Their beautiful home In lJaltoaals about They a part ,' . .. .
of a exhibit later In DeLamL -- ---- -- --- '
every one who owns a lot should cut the finished and when completed will be large on 0. CLL'TK. ......a."t. -----

weeds and keep the street clean. one of the finest places there. Lake City. florlul.w7 ; THE "ADVOCATE" does first-class 'up-to-date
Ice Creuni.I ., ,
Messr. Louis Cherry and J. D. Crabb Wben Mrs. L. M. Thomas, of Tampa '
Went oa the excursion to Miami and Key left (the beach, she realized she bad GIVE TilE "..ADVOC.ATE".AYAVT. JOB PRINTING and we are prepared.to meet all Competition |
weu on Monday. Mr. Cherry goes to made a hose of friend daring her stay am prepared to supply you with fine It U a Hood Advertising Jle- ...
Key West before returning for the por- of a month. Her personal attractiveness! Ice cream every Sunday.MM. diem for those who want to locreato trial
Pose of spying; out the land wjth a view wan recognized by all, and her many I DcjaaitB: Tltuarlllu. their buiineiMi. in prices; Give as a order"U


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J i, ,I;',(;l .'6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE AUGUST 7. 1896. .

} ..t ',1\.\ >:; j' -

I i.' Years'Without
.. Jin American. Made a Merry Christmas Thirty KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS. Alabaster exists in 17 different states. 1

: J ; For English Ball* GIrl. !RemlnnlelJKdice No. 3e. holds Its meetings at The turquoise has been found ia New
;j. f 'f the Court house the lint four Thursday even
i'I I As most of our reader. are
I aware Sickness. Inics of eaob. month at 8 o'clock p. m. Mexico and Arizona
B i" Ahore is now being nightly presented on L. T. CUODY S. D. GEIGER Obsidian exists: : in large quantities in
1tbe A lham bra stage a ballet considerable C. C. ::\I.ot 1/.& K. of R. & S. and Arizona.
Mr. II. WETTSTEIN well-known :New :
t A r ; magnificence entitled "Titania"i a !

''r i '. Regular frequenters of the house on enterprising citizen of Byron 111., INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. Grains of platinum have been foundIn

r .\ one or other side of the footlights have writes: "Before I paid much attention Colorado and California.
I Drill at the Armory, over county jail.every **
I'' 1 !; ,,', been aware that for several weeks past to regulating the bowels I Tuesday evening In the month, at 8 o'chlf'k. Diamonds have been found in 15 or

t4 'h; 7\' one of the best boxes in the house has In.II hardly knew a well day; but since I A.T. FKASTKU,Captain.. 20 different localities in California.

I variably been occupied by the same gentleman learned the evil results The only quicksilver mines of consequence ,v' I y

J who comes each evening to the of constipation, INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TBMl'LARS in this country are located in

'y II J (theater in time for the commencement and the efficacy of Tltusvllle Lodge No. 17 "meet every Tneidny California.
1 e of "Titania" and leaves immediately] evening 7:80: In Presbyterian church. I'libllu hlrhoG
1 t I meetings first. Tuesday in each month.C. Malachite baa been found in two or
niter has ..
the curtain descended on its AVER'Srills .,
J A. GARDNER G. W. SCOIIIE!!:, three of the gold producing states and ,
\ H. final scene.! This. amiable extravagance Buu't., C.T.
also in Michigan.In .
a I coats this munificent patron of the ballet I have not had! .

t I ;, the trifle of 18 guineas a week. one day's Bk-kiiPMS ---- -- 1835 the United States became ,

1 1 ; ,i On.Friday night the members of the e for over thirty years ---CHURCHES---- prominent as a lead producer and has w" O4

I I i i ballet were officially told to attend on u not one all:i".K since enormously increased the world'ilupply. v "

f t I. i the following morning when presentation that did not readily] yield. to t tliirernt'dy. ISCOPAL CHURCH. .

,,1, t .\ would be made to them on behalf of My wife hud/ lufii.,, |>ie\l I Btrvlcen the 2nd and 4th Sundays In each There was hardly any silver producedin
, ; t this same benevolent gentleman. Great to inialid t fell month,at II a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Sunday school this country before 1860. In that .
OilS our marriage, an
\ 5:' ,curiosity was felt as the regular every Sunday at 9:JO a. in. service at extensive! mines were discovered in '
I tippear.anoa
7\4- years. She had a i>r<*jndi<'e npih! :!I I rt a I p. In. on Wednesdays. Litany every (( k
It.ft t,, of the solitary figure in the box bad rrlday at 10 a. m. Nevada.In .
r I cathartics, but in roan as she, I.. JI'JI Rev B. F. IIKOWN Rector.
r aroused the interest of
)I naturally theperformers 1890 Illinois produced 86,243 tons
j to use AVer's Pills\ her, lie, illh t"',i,,"
t, r although he had never of zinc Kansas 15,190 and Missouri
:. i ,'i shown any inclination to come behind restored." METHODIST CHURCH1. 18,137 and from all other sources came SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

the scenes or to make the personal acquaintance Regular; services every first, third and fourth only 9,114 tons.
of one of them. It r Siinilays at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p.m. Hiiiuluy Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York,
/ School Sunday at 10.00 a. m. Epwnrth In 1890 the United States took the
every of the Handsome New Steel StemutersI'Comanche"
The Fleet Is composed following
k, y mot, In fact until Friday evening that League. each Sunday at 2:30 p. m. Prayer meet lead in iron production over Great Britain
i } y % ,I ;his name was made known. A nn every Thursday night at 7:00 p. in. The ; (new) "Algonquin "Iroqnois" "Cherokee"
Ladles' Aid Hoclety meets every Wednesilnv in that year producing 9,303,703 !;
Ir On :Saturday:: morning ar it Is needless at 3:00 p. m. Everybody:: welcome at our church long tons of pig iron while Great Britain
to say the ballet mustered in full Cathartic PillsMedal 8en Ice.... .
j 4 .force. The profession of ballet girl is 1/. :M.: C. EADS Pastor, produced only 7,904,314. Steamers to sail according te.the tide
FLA. calling, at Charleston),' Sundays and ,
k i From r Thimclin
not a very lucrative one, and at this and Diploma at World's Fair. THE FASHION PLATE. From CHAItLE 'rON. S. C.. Mondays and rriitan
" i'I I 'time of year any little gift whether in T. Bettors Stnnjth, take Aura SaruparillaNo PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dully \\n\itn\ .

H. ; i money or iu kind is no doubt accepta Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.and 7.30p.m. Plaid silks are very fashionable for SouthBound.Steamers .
I ; ble. But not of them _. .. ---- ------- .. --- -.--- Sunday, school at 9:45 a. m., Ch..... Gardner,
one dreamed of the ladies. and used for
r I young they are entire are appointed to sail from Pier 20, East River New Ytrk.; at :3 p. m.II! follows\ :
. I extent! 'of the benevolence of the unknown UUconnt on K'_ : Supt, :'M.Prayer The pmhllaare meeting cordially on Wednesday Invited evening to attend -; dressed or combined liberally with For CHARLESTON: S. C., -. Tuesdays and,I .'rttia"
FLA., calling Charleston), Tuesday and I'rltlaJClycle's ,
1 I ( old gentleman whom they bad our. services.t7 canvas and mohair. )
I" H. M. OOODELL, Pastor.
", ; I k seen "in front" night after night. One 1 Old fashioned silk handkerchiefs

, by one they were called into the com II I III with plain centers and palm leaf borders St. Johns River Line.DE .

1: ? mittee room and according to their position BAPTIST CHURCH. are need for vests to wear with
fI on the salary list were awarded Preaching every second and fourth Sundays, cloth and pique gowns.
" varying sums of The principals morning and evening. Prayer Meetings every "
money. "Ever la le
Wednesday. evening at 7::(00 o'clock. Sunday Chene floral velvet ribbon, with Steamer ,
' j; received) .t40 apiece the average among School every Sunday at 0:4S a. m. Also preachflrst of flowers in subdued CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
! II .the rank and file was about .tl0 each Inlt( Sunday at LaGrange; Second Sunday sprays
/ 1 Oak. !Hill. All are cordially Invited to attend. a dark background, is one of the Leaves Jacksonville from foot of Laura. Street at S a. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays for 1'alaiki
: /fr .and even the children whose 1.I istut '
wage I III'I II A. GKIOEB Pastor. latest novelties in dress) trimmings. Sanford Kntedrrlse and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.

,, v i (sovereigns.0 shillings" a week received each s Black grenadines flounced all over in Leaves Sanford S a. m., and Enterprise S:30 a.m., Mondays and Thursdays for Jacknom.

The donor whose name Is Mr. William CATHOLIC CHURCH. soft colors are very popular for dressy SOUTH IIOUND. SCHEDULE NORTH IIUn"

I 31 L. Wlnan is an American. He Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday In new gowns and very useful as a covering for Read down. lead ul'

not his which in all Church building, North Titiisvllle. Children's a middle aged black silk or satin dress. Leave 8.30 p. m. .........................Jack onvllle............, ............ Arrive 3.aoa.m
. was present gift catechism at 3 p. m. .. 8.45 p. m. ............................l'alatka.... ........................ Leave 9AOp m
( I amounted to over 1,100 I being distributed KKV.J. F. O' OYLa.Rector. All the new sleeves which do not ? 8.00 a. rn. ........... .... ........... Astor.. ............... ........... II 8.00p,m0a
by Mr. Alfred Monl the Alhambra l terminate near the elbow are cut long 4.30 a. m. .........................St.l'ranclll........................... 1.30.,
( I 5.30 a. m. ......................... JJere ford ........................... 12.(10( Din
;i .manager. He however was in his enough to fall over the hand in points 1I.IOLr
. customary box at the evening performance NOVELTIES. or with a flaring cuff and usually have Arrive' 6.00 8.30 :: :::.. ::::::::::::::: ::::::::.Blue..Sanford.Springs......:::::::::::::::::::::: :: 91ae:s

. I 11.25 a. 01. .......... .... ............Knterprl ... .... .................. II 9,30..a
'(, u it r : and the ordinary visitors to theM Silver bibholders are the the frill of lace to soften the effect. .... ..... ........... .. ....80. 1/'Ia. Railroad Wharf (Sanford).... .... ....................1250p.m'
among conveniences
theater'must have marveled what amazing Since yellow laces have become so
nl fascination its occupant possessed for provided for cffildren.: common blond edging is often, used asa Cen'l 1 Passenger and TI.cket.Offlce. 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.J. .

' the ladies'oil the stage. It is, perhaps, Very effective are the pierced silver substitute by those who aspire to
sv J y ;i not unfair to add that the male dancers candle shades when placed over. liningof something not worn by; the many. It is .A.LKBMB Supt. JNO. L. HOWARD Fla.Fr't Agt. 1/. M.IRONMONGER:' JR., Fla.Fun Alt

I tl i'+ and supernumeraries did not share in bright hued silk. gathered (Ill silk, net and muslin dress THEO.G.EOONi.T. M., A. J JACKSONVILLE Com,General Passenger, FLA. Agent 1\[. H. Ci/i I>F,A.T.M
the distribution. Some of tho newest belts are made of ruffles, and the effect Is very dainty. 5 BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
tl't Mr. Winans does not confine his be- monkey skin to match the new card.
WM. P. CLYDE CO., General Agents.S .
'441 "UBVolenco to the music hall stage. For and in the same materialA
oases purses Bowline Green. New York. 1. So. Delaware Av.,Philadelphia
i j acme years he has spent the winter at novelty designed to serve a twofold Rlpans Tabules.

Brighton and the ladies and children She-How.can I ever' repay yon for purpose and made in gold and silver is I Rlpans Tubules cure nausea. .-
Rlpans cure dizziness.
engaged in the Brighton pantomime
kindness? the combination matchbox and miniature -
your .
k i have always had occasion to thank him Be-With kisses. case. Rlpans Tabulea Tabules cure flatulence.headache. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
for He is far and Rlpans cure
generous gifts. away She-How much do you 'value them Lemon servers have been added to the Rlpans Tabules cure dyspepsia.
L the most liberal of the drama I
' supporter at? furnishings' of the 5 o'clock tea table. Klpans Tabules assist digestion. Florida, New York
In London for he takes not only a box: Be-I'll take hem their Ripans Tabules cure bad breath.
at face val- They are of silver and have bent double
for himself] night but boxes by Philadelphia and Boston.
I every ne.-Pick Me Up. handles, with a fork at one end and a Rlpans Tabules cure biliousness.
the dozen which he gives away to his Rlpans Tabules: one gives relief. York
claw at the other. Sailing/ from Brunswick Ga., direct to
friends. Three hundred pounds a month HI* .._to Ripans Tabulea cure indigestion.
is siiid to be the extent of his custom to rope agar s niece nas Just become reo- Rlpans Tabulea cure torpid liver. PASSENGER SERVICE.
the theaters when lie is in London.- "How is it, asked the flippant young onoiled to her husband. She married Rlpans Tabulea: gentle cathartic. Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot), "ALL
"that have no medals when F. C. & P. R. R. Thursday only 4:06: |p. in. ArnnHrnnswlck
person ;you Ripans Tabules cure constipation. RAIL
;Pull Mall Uaiotte. Count officer of the
,1 t, 1 Salimoi an Papal 7.30 Passengers going at once mi l board
: p. in.
, are BO prominent. member of the .
+e .-- you guard five years ago but they quarreled Rlpans Tabules: for sour stomach. steamer.
Pelts. Worth l.OOO.. athletic club?" on the return from wedding tour Rlpana Tabules: pleasant laxative. Through car without transfer Jacksonville to Bnmiwlck
"Ob" mid the elderly gentleman of Rlpans Tabules cure liver troubles.
4 4 3n a down town window is disp aed and separated. A child was born whomIts PROPOSED SAILINGS I
sporty proclivities, "all I did in Rlpans Tabules: at druggists.
the akin of a musk ox ou which is .. asw ever father never saw till recently it fell Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R.,3:30.d. m, (Standard Time.) Lv. Itmiuwld

bel stating that it is the moot 'valuable the way of athletics was to" lift the dangerously ill, when he was summoned Friday.June 0...............................COLORADO... ..... .. .... ........ ....Friday,June p
kind of skin iu existence, being rated mortgage on the clubhouse. Indian' the Advertise in the ADVOCATE if Friday June 12..... .......................RIOGRANDK........................ ....rldas'Jan I i et>
! apolia Journal and at once made up quarrel. want to increase business. you Friday June 10..... .................. .........COLORA.................,.......'[Friday.June*
lat 91,000. It is the property of Mr. -- -- your Friday June 28...... ...................... ...RIO GRANDE......... .. ........... Frhlll).July'
t Herman Bnrrell who secured it on his Friday July 3...............................COLORADO...................... ....,Friday.. July, .""
Bar Dreadful :Vat.
4 :trip to the arctic regions, or thereabout, -- For general Information, trains, rates, eto, apply to any railroad agent or to .
last year. With it is a coat made of the "Mamma, Aunt Jane is .a great talker A.P. MURPHY Trav. Agent, Jacksonville ". CHAS. DAVIES Agent 2'JO! W. Bay 8t.JacksntiTlWH.
isn't she H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brnnswlck fin.C. .
" skins of very young calves of the musk ? @ ............................................................ <:E> H. MALLORY General Agent Pier 20, K. River and 3U2 Broadway N. Y,
;r .ox species which is. valued at 9300. The "Yea, daughter and she was never ,
t skin married because no man could get her to .....T IE..... :
1 .large is covered with long fine hair
I 1 1 .beneath which ia a thick coat of fine keep still long enough to hear his proposal -
Record. # LADIES # #
fur the coat and overcoat being neces -chIcago
A Boon to Florida !
,sari to the comfort of the musk ox in Not al All Dangcrotu.
; his trolleD home away inside the arctic View it with opened-eyed surprise .

lrole. These skins come high, but fortunately and purchase with inward :

$ people don have to have them. .
satisfaction. : : : : : : :
Any one who gutut out hunting mask ox Water Works for Your Homes ,
i skins will find that they will cost him ,

k more than >i1,000apiece, beside the discomfort sir}::i le}'r 4'r, }Yt Yf SZ:lti :%fr%fr i Yt *
of traveling in the arctic real a.r Etc., under your own Control.

.gions.-Portland Oregonian.


i -I BEAUTY i-

1 1' "No sir," ho said indignantly. he .HEATING-I .

1, turned from the electric light in his THE REST
f room. "I won't stop here. The Idee ota ?

hotel's train ter run up a bill on aq BICYCLE. Used with open and driven wells,
-man by pnttin his gas in a glass case, A CASK or KIU-NAFF-INO. :
,no's it can't be bloomed out i"-Washington -New York World. Art Catalogue*. In Stamps. springs and lakes. A few minutes workat

Star. an air pump delivers the water all
lu over your house with pressure. No cost (

-- ---- -"- to
: operate. N. windmill or overhead
< .. ................................. ......................
w O.: > < > tank. Simple and durable

Write or apply for particulars to the SUCKER'S J.
Pneumatic Water Work % : '_
t4 ADVOCATE, or to System. ,. -

$ FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY rearing, Parslow & Co., tar either orPabdcUpose.Domestic ',:i ,

Dearlnr I Parslow, fl Co., .U. ,

(Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA FLA. A. H. PAKSLOW Tatra IW, Man \lljfcjiCO!!;-

Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise.. -------- _-c.------

CH.: : .. sB Jcr: :lM2: az .

purchased in January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet
.1+ \ music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out :J1W1.n.e: : Winos: : and: :Jiqu.ors: : : ,
the stock of Pianos and Organs at nnheard-of low prices, to make room for a full
line of the celebrated Conover New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos.
: with a big .. BlaekweU's Genuine Bull We have the following pianos, which are. worth from $100 to >:JOO more than we 417. 419 W. Bay St..
BB8T I Is la noise by luelf. You will find oneeoapoa
ask for them r '
Inside sash two ounce b.ir, and two coupons Conover.style K. vat.. ............ .. ..,:wI lIaln,," ....... .trle .. mall... .. .......1Ion JACKSONVILLE FLA.
:W. tasM eaoli tour ...._ bag of K.eb...... .... ......... r w "Schubert. 18...........:.... ........ Zl5 Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from '1.TS
0 u J.eh ......... .. ... .... .. :/IMI M"'colm" Love. .................... ..... 260 to 3 J<) per gallon. ,
p4 Blackwell'sf 0 .. J.wal. .... ... .. .. ..... .. 300 Steinway eb. .. ........... ...... San Brandies>from $1.73 to $3.75 per gallon.
; .4 M.eD.... .. .. ... ..... .. "M JlyenoU. .b... .. .............. 1'M! w. .
.. .. Kwal...... ..: .. ... .:....8'23: KlnJtllbUf.II'lleH e'. ...... ...71a VW make a Specialty of North Caro
)I<.C.lllmon..t'I.J.w...... .. .... .. ,.. .. :JIMI eb....... .. ._... ..... 9,02't Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, three
f .. mah.. .. -. '. .. .. :.a KnaheOrand ............... ..... San years oldtM per gallon.
Genuine DurhamSmoking n .. 7. wal....... ._.. ._. Zl5 Stu'Y..nt eb.. ..... ..._. ...... 175 Jugs-I gal. 25cts,2 gal.,SScts 3 gal.,
.. .a 1..b. .. ..... :lM") wat..,... .... .......il>" DOrt. a.
( 1tanes. IIr....., la aeh..L:. ......... 2 tu NeWllb&ETane .b ................... 1:13: Kep- gal, 81t lOgal.. 81,25; J .. .. 4 3, eb. ..... ... ..... 115 J..... M. Star. eb............._....__ Ile'I SLOU. ,
Tobacco .. la 3, mah.. .................. lea Morris, Zoo Parties living la Dry. Town will do

1 't Bu.bacoUb..I..ltoa.-4.-dUl.OOU1'OD-. Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them .poUahe and well them to M! order per cent from.on n all. order as we can save e

whlcln>vesaU.tofvalB............ .aad bow to get them. put In thorough order and we guarantee them to be: satisfactory or moms VT Always end with / r
funded We furnish .a stool, scarf, lonltructlon book and delivered f. o. b. ..lackaonville w. will not open new money accounts order unless l v
; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. suitable Jaeluonvllle reference I* "given.
i FREYER &;; BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY. No Good*seat C.O. O. to Dry Town.

2-E: Fonyth Street, Jacksonville Fla.



... .,J ;.J."'.... ._ .. __.. ........ .




-- LL FOR PRIMARY ELEC- For Attorney. .' For School Superintendent. !f :XIOTIi1X.: j'

) TION. THE friends of Col. D.. L. Ganlden FEELING that there Is a certain sense DON'T STOP TOBACCO. ___ .__ _____,____ __ .______ ___ __ __ 'h ___

announce his name as a candidate that forbids our present IOW TO CUlt YOUK8ELFAVHIIjK Opened Ec-
kereas at a meeting of the Demo for the position of Prosecuting Superintendent of Public Instruction The Hotel: : Placid
t"county Committee of Brevard Attorney for Brevard county, at the from announcing himself for reelectiono USING IT. January 1894 ,,

f held pursuant to call at the Democratic primary elections. the above-named position, friends The tobacco habit grows on a man JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.In \
rtl, at Tltusvllle, on the 7th day take this opportunity of placing the until his nervous Is affected -
uiv use It was ordered that the chair1 For ItelreMentuth'e.INDIANOLA name of Mr. Jno. II. Sams before, the system seriously the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing/ line between cant and west I//l*j lone
Secretary of said committee doe VOtelS of Urovard for re-nomlimllou at impairing health, comfort and block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly] furnished throughout, ,
and proper call for a primary election FLA., May 22, IS!!(}. the coming primary: election. applncHs. To quit suddenly Is too score Superior Cuisine i ipwards. and Service. Bus meets all trains. '1'01'11.r.o:! per day and .!'

,.e a bold, on Saturday, the 15th of Aug- Thereby announce myself a candidate Titusvillo, May\ 5th, 1S1H) a shock to the system, as tobacco toan Special! rates! by the week. N. L. WARD, Propiletor. ;,

I next; therefore we, Thomas John- an member tlf the Inveh'l'ILte11401' becomes stimulant __.___.______ ___ _____ ._ H .._ .,_____ _., _..____ /
J and Minor 8. Jones, respectively House of Representatives of the Florida; For Superintendent of SohooN.ENOS hat his system continually craves. !
Inman and secretary of said commit- Legislature, subject to the Democratic '
hereby give notice that the : FI.A., June 1, IS'.iC.\ : 'Baco-Curo" Is scientific cure for the
do 1 primary elections. Grand View Hotel. <
i' nia Democratic precinct commltteeIii W. n. SANDERS.For I hereby; announce myself as a candidate : tobacco habit, in all its forms, carefully ...
+ of said county are directed to hold for Superintendent of Public compounded after the fOI'nmllof an
Bi unary election on Saturday, the 15th instruction for Urovard) county at the eminent Berlin physician, who has used
I of August, 181)0) for the purpose of Representative. approaching primary election. My\ success VA.f
It in his pilvato since 1S73:
feting democratic candidates for the SEBASTIAN, FLA., May 7, 1800.\ must depend mainly on the action practice
lowing offices In said county, to-wlt : of my lends who have: urged this an- without u failure.: It Is purely vegetable TITUSVILLE, FLOR
fcne member of the House of RepreItatlves I hereby announce myself a candidate louncement, with those who may join and guaranteed perfectly 1III'III'SM."ou I:
the State of Florida.lomityJudgo. before the Democratic primary election -
of, .hem. If elected shall do my duty as can use all the tobacco want while
for the of you
position member of the far as able
I Jerk of the Circuit Court. House of Representatives of the- Legislatlll'e JAMES L, ENOS.: using \ O.CIll'O." It will notify you RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTThe
'I'osecutlng Attorney of the County of the Stato of Florida. when to $top. We give a written guarantee -

lurk R. A. HARDEE. to cure permanently! any ease with
For County Clerk. olllco will be In charge of the Lessee, ,
!.erllt three boxes, or refund the money with 10per

'ax Assessor.ax Collector.. For County Jinlfo. INl>lANOl.A, FLA., June 2, 181)0.) cent Interest. "Baco-Curo" Is. not a As an "All-the-year-round" House. r-----

]hereby unnuunee myself a candidate substitute, but a scientific cure, that\
Ticasurer.oimty To tho I
I 'oiinty Superintendent of :Schools.: am a People candidate of: Brevard again for County tho position: decision for County of the Clerk Democratic, subject primary to the without the aid of will ]>owur and A First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel. ;

II .'ounty Surveyor. I of with no Inconvenience.. It leaves the
County Judge, and again submit Earnestly soliciting the support of all
Tluee,ird. Members of County School myself to the Democratic l'llml\l'les.I If my lends, I urn, yours very truly, system as pure and free from iiicotlno as A carriage for the convenience of guests, meet all trains''
I am again nominated and elected I will SAM'L J. FIELD ,
Jno) Justice of the Peace for cachtleo's the day you took your Hint chew or
District.One endeavor' to serve the whole people as I smoke. .r. o. :13.A t .
have tried to do In the
pant, and I shall
Constable for each Justice's Dis-
) _
ever bo grateful for the support you For Representative of Hotel tin Nil, Saruo.. v

cL Committeemen.such have given me in the by-gone years, ured by Ilaco-Curo mid Gained .. .. .
To the Democratic -- -- -- --- -
Nine County whether the shall deem Voters of Ilrevard : ---- ---- ----------- ---- -
shall be held In party me worthyof
..n'n lioixiance:: primary with the rules established ,! renewed favor or not. I feel that I respectfully present myself to your Thirty Pounds. -J. A. HAPPKUSKTTK. .
'" erefor: by the said committee, and the have not been able, though I have done I favorable consideration as your Repesontativo From hundreds. of testimonials, tho

flowing precinct committeemen al'elborlzed my best to fully deserve tho trust you In the Assembly. Though a originals which are on IIlu and open) =q-:= 4q- RIVER :3OTE2.,1:: '
iiiive .. ..
generously p1\ceIln: me hitherto, voter of fifteen yeais' standing; In the
to hold and Inspect such
and I offer myself] agalwfor/ office with a county, I have not before asked "your to; 11111l'oclilln, tho following Is presented:

.m.t" ction LaGrange in their No.respective 1L. K. precincts Myer, G.: B. hope duly mixed with humility voices and your suffrages." lam aware Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark, Jun. 28, '1)5.):

.miner and J. A. Carlile.Titusville MINOR S. JONES. that I have Rome political war-horses Eureka Chemical &; :Mfg. Co., La TITUSVILLE,.

No. 2.-J. R. Walker, John Titusville, Fla., May 21: '\1)0.) opposed to me, but, undismayed, I herewith Crosso, Wis.-Gentlemen : For fo'tyycal'll ,kl, '11 '+
enter the
Jones and J. F. Renaker. all who political arena, calling I used tobacco In all Its forms. For ".. r'Y;
upon are content to allow a little ,:
No. 3.-J. D. Hatter T. A.
City,lilason: Point and, B. F. Beal. For Tux Assessor. new blood to be introduced Into tho twenty-live years of that time I was n .' Fla.J. i'

Itockledge, No. 5.-J. M. Brown. S. S. hereby announce myself a candidatefor body[ politic, to /give me their generous /great sufferer from general debility and 0"v' -
I support, now and at the piimarles. heart disease. For fifteen I bled b '
unes and J. M. Sanders. Tax Assessor of Brevard" County, years : A. HAITKRSETTE
Eau Ualllel No. 5.-J. T. Snell, W. R. Florida, subject to the decision of thc G. F. ENSEY. to quit, but couldn't I took) various DIAYAOf97Le
,. leech and J. E. M. Hodgson. Democratic primary election. I will remedies, among others "NoToBac,1The p 1 y
Melbourne, No. 0.-:S. F. GIbbs, C. T. thank my friends for their support. -
cBiide and M. G. Ellis: JOHN HENRY Deafness Cannot bo Cured Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Dou + Open All The Year r

.jj Malabar, No. 7.-D. E. Miller, E. B. ble Chloitdo of Gold," etc., etc., but
mold and Arthur Sacgerstrom. By local application as they cannot none of them did mo the least bit of ,. I -
m l Sebastian No. 8.-J. A. Groves, H. B. For Treasurer. roach the diseased portion of the ear. ood. Finally, however, I purchased a Pn sl q 1t ''I Only n few inlnutcw'walk I Ia
" [oward and G. B. Hall. the advice of some of my numer There Is only one way to euro deafness, I box of your "Baco-Cuio," mid It has iuilflllf: ; e.. + ,, d.Gor "16,, ,aTl.,". q um I n l,+II ')I' '" J I front stations ,
m Fort Pierce, No. 9.-J. S. Bell, R. L. BY friends, I announce myself as a and that Is by constitutional remedies. I entirely cUl'odmo of the habit In all Its r +!1 ,1 i r ;4ulh and Steamboat landngs.
.. i-own and W. J. Tucker. candidate for County Treasurer, to be Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition : forms and I ]have Incieiutod thh.typounllilin .' ,
Eden, No. 10.-J. II. LoTournoatiy MV. voted for at the next county election, of tho mucous lining of the Eustachian -' weight and am relieved fl'omall n + +o N a li d I 6f ,
nm Richards and J. Jj. Jensen.FurtDrumNo.11.J. and will thank my lends for their suppoitl I- Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed the numerous aches anti pains of: Mf, ,, "i On the bunks of thofarfamed >
0 M. Swain, II. ; Respectfully, you have a rumbling Round or body and 1 mind. I could write quire Indian Klvcr.TDimrL .
IDe 0e. Parker and II. A. Holmes. CIIR. F. FISCHER. Imperfect hearing, and when It Is entirely of paper upon my changed feelings and NLW !
, Narrows, No. 12.-J. J. Roberts, F. C. closed deafness Is the result, and unless condition.

e.I oppell and W.No.N. Jones. D. Owen A. the inflamntlon can be taken out, Yours respectfully, P. II. MAiuiuuv, _____ .. ___ ____ ___ __ __ ___ __ ... h ___
13.-W. and
I Georgians, For Tax Collector.I : this tube restored to Its normal con- Pastor C. P. Church! Clayton, Ark

i.JferiiH Carter,and No.P.14.-J.II. Whlttfeld.J. LaUoche, M. S. hereby announce myself as n candidate nine dition cases heating out will of be ton destroyed are by catarrh forever,; three Sold boxes by all druggists at $1.00 per box; :eO'J'EL: C.P .RrETON': :: :: :' .,

,inn and J. R. Miot. for le-eloctlon to the ofllco of I which is nothing but an Inflamed condition (thlity days' treatment),
Tax Collector, subject to the decision of, 2.60, with Iron-clad, written guarantee,
Ilaulover, No. 15.-C. II. Nauman, J. of tho mucous sui'faces.
.. Griffis and Henry Futch. the Democratic primary election. We will give one hundred dollars for or sent direct upon receipt of pi'ice. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. OPEN( ALL THE YEAR.
Write for
Canaveral, No. 18.-Geo. Quarterman, Respectfully yours any deafness (caused by catarrh) that booklet and proofs Eureka
Chemical & Mfg. Co., La Crosse, WIs., ... ..-
I. Wilson and N. N. Penny. E. W. HALL. cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. and Boston Mass.Johilsoo .
Spruce Bluff, No. 17.-Madison Brides :Send for circulars; free.F. ,
; E. L. Winter and J. II. Winter. J. CIIKNKY & Co., Toledo, O. F
Ankona, No. 18.-John Waller, T. A. For Attorney. 1ttrSold: by all druggist, 73c.::
'anman and H. S. Thomas.
Wlcco, No. ID.-C. A. Smith, R. T. Thereby announce myself an a candi Law & Co _
!mith and Chas. Wernlng. for the office of County Attorney ," t
Banyan, No. 20.-P. A. McMillan, E. subject to the action of the High ClassCarpetings %;
:L Provost and R. B. Stewart. Democratic primaries. PRACTICAL ENGINEERS. 4 v

White City, No. 21.-J. F. Bell, John R. FREEMAN HALL. <.
)inell and C. Chrlstlanaon.Woodley .
No. 22.-J. T. Gray. J. T. -
tcwait and II. T. Gifford. For County Clerk. COMPLETE ELECTRIC LIGHT

This July Oth, 1800.hionS. I again offer myself as a candidate for PLANT EQUIPMENTSSPECIAL .
re-election to tho office of
: i. JONES Tuos. JOHNSON, County
Clerk, subject to tho decision of the
Secretary. Chairman. Democratic primary election.A. ;, a

National Encampment": the

Grand Army of the Republic County Clerk. 38 West Bay St., Running Dynamos, Fans, Etc (' r

St. Paul Minn. announce myself a candidate for Electrical andMachinery
Jacksonville Florida
I county clerk] of Brevard county, ,
For the above occasion the F. C. & P. subject to the action of the Democratic Supplies +
primaries, and respectfully solicit the Announces the opening of his Spring r
and Southern Railway have secured ajiata of all voters Furnished. Coolest and most pleasantly located ]hotel for the summer months. Thor,
of one cent per mile each way. support J. E. FULTZ. Stock of select and exclusive pattern of oughly] refitted ROIl elegantly furnished. Klevator. All modern Improvements.On .
61 West St.
Tickets will be sold Aug. 29th, 30th, Spruce Bluff, June 18, 00. fine grade Carpetings and Mattings tho American and European. Plan.
,;lst Jacksonville Florida. .
| Sept. 1st, limited for return t
)plumage until Sept. 16th. By depositing for ,County Treasurer. Rugs; and Shades In all sizes and colors. Rates:* From flOcts per day and upwards. Special by the week, and to Com '

[tickets with the agent at St. Paul an ex- To the Voters at tho Democratic Pri- Send for Samples and Prices, and you mercial men. Only hotel that the electric car pass to.and from depot.

tension of the return limit may bo obtained maries : will bo pleased. ....Open all the Year Round.... CRAPO &. LeVENE, Proprietors.SURF .

until Sept. 30th. This rate is I hereby offer myself as a candidate .. .
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for re-election to the office of Treasurer -
open to the public. Tickets may be

I procured from any ticket agent/ of the record of during Brevard the County.past; and I refer, if elected to my, AWNINGSFor .Seaside Inn. CREST. ( R

IK. C. & P., J. T. & K. W., or F. E. C. will give to the duties of the office the . t I

|R'y. The route will be via F. C. & P., same diligent attention and watchfulcare
your Store or Residence. SEA BREEZE FLORIDA.
I as In the past.
Southern and & Crescent
Railway, Queen obedient On tho Ocean Roach at
to Cincinnati ; from Cincinnati to Your servant This comfortable, airy house on the Beach, opposite Daytona Is open all the Y
I St. I'aul over line desired. This ARTHUR T. FEASTER. SEABREEZE year 'round. The many attraction that are offered by 15 mile of a hard, smooth
Reach Moderate Unto Good table. Artesian water. Central location-being
|rate also applies via Columbia, Asheville ROYAL-TANSY PILLS only a few minutes walk from brldgo and postofflcu. Excellent fishing lu river
I and Knoxville. The F. C. & P. and For l&herlff. Many attractions and Improvements and ocean. Surf Bathing all the year 'round. .,

I Southern Railway have been selected on announce myself a candidate wr VKWVIHTtfVEBV.A new, ,r.n/.bin..ul..f.na.Ifor.up./ NLvr.RrunsH! have SYDNEY HAICH
Thereby been added to this the most
popular -
pn..d..e.r..unt/ tmlnfii
of Sheriff Brevard
I account of being the only lines running office Sea Breeze o. Fla.
roanntufmtlun.Now w..1 10,04 ,
I County, Florida, subject to the action ....._ .D.'''''''_th_.......... a. hotel of the East Coast.
through from Jacksonvilleto } ._ ..._ ..
sleeping .
Cincinnati without car of the primary elections, and respect .w.r..f.* M _. ., ._II ) The beautiful wide smooth beach I Is __________._____ ______0' ____, _________
change. Sleeping .rd ioi.n j ,
fully ask the support of my fellow citi _. .. .. In plan wrapper.partMralam So Ia' ,
berths .... .
car may be secured by ad- for M t4rfti 1. 1-.1
,Iresning zens. ........... |<,lnMNi' PFrrK 1&II 1':.... unsurpassed for driving anti bicycling.
/ ticket agent F. C. & P. R'y, JOS. P. BROWN. Cl4I04JIa04I14TIOIII. ChlM: .., AJI. STANTON HOUSE.
Jacksonville, Fla., The surf bathing and fishing In both
orW. D. ALLEN, City Point, Fla., May 12, '90. Sold by J. B. Screven, only.WINTEHSmiTH'S.
ocean and Halifax River are excellent.
Fla. Pass. AIt't"Jacksonville ,

Fla. For Tax A.HHCHHOT. _._- .._.........._..............._-- RATES: $2.00 PER DAY. D. J. JONES Proprietor. r
Special Rates by the Week.H. -
hereby announce myself as a candle
'What causes bad dreams Is a question
that baa never been satisfactorily ans- I date for re-election to the office of F. STEWART, Proprietor. Rates $2.00 per day. Special.Terms:' to

wered; but, in nine cases out of ten, Tax: Assessor of Brevard county, subject Contains arsenic.H
frightful dreams are the result of Imper- to tho action of the primary elections. no Families.
fect digestion which a few doses of Soliciting the support of all] I remain as 35 years success. R
Ayer'slSaraaparllla will effectually rem- your obedient servant, I B purely vegetable and CORONAOO.SURrBATHING THE TEAK ROUND

edy. Don't delay-try it to-day. J. F. WOOTEN. L eaves no bad effects.L Two Minutes Walk from Central

ast year produced Depot
Ice Cream Made by a :Hew Pro For Sheriff. i Thousands of testimonials. I r /J Cn

hereby announce myself a* a candidate ::= CHATTANOOGA, TENN-
cess. I O ne 50 cent bottle ywwr r wMOPP.MW3nTRflA.fl.A4""'
for the office of Sheriff of Bre .
N fails ---- ----
freeze I have an Ice cream freezer that will primaries vard County, and, subject ask the to the support Democratic of my In ever breaking the chills. 20 HIES DP BEACH rORAIlAT-CrfUNO !! JacksoDTille's Hew Fire-Proof Hotel"r r
cream Instantly. The cream Is PARK 'COTTAGE '
many friends. O all for Winterwnith'a.a
put Into the freezer and comes out instantly HENRY T. TITUS. "........ rtar. .t CornamAnl Moderates ,
smooth and perfectly frozen. : nits a co.. ...............
This crowd will ....HAL a..v. rate solid comfort, no ostentation Hotel Geneva
astonishes people and a .
gather to see the freezer In operation, For Sheriff. good fishing, good cooking. West Palm Beach, Florida. ,)
aDd they will all want to try the cream.
You solicitation of Car. forgjrth and Cedar fit.., p
the earnest
can sell cream* fast .1 it can be .
made...and Mil freezers to many of them THROUGH friend and fellowcltlzens t.GV / )Jaf ksonvllle, Fla.
J who would not buy an old style freezer. I take pleasure In announcing myself RUBBER j TAMPS HOTEL MELBOURNE Boarding by the Day or Week.
Modern Improvements Baths, etc.. on
It..U really a curiosity, and you can sell as candidate for the office of Sheriff ,
iron $5: to $3 worth of cream and six to of Brevard county at the ensuing Democratic TKNKILSIEALS $1.50 to 2.00 Every floor Oa. and Electric 1
day during summer ,
per Light., Passenger Elevator. Ar-
twelve elections promising in ;
freezers makesgood
every day. This primary 9NA55 -tv r.'it. tiitSi 0' 1
a profit these hard times,.and is a the event of my election a full, fair and ''i HHSS X MELBOORHE, Indian Flier, FLORIDA. tutlcally' "and Elegantly. Fur-
pleasant employment. J. f. Casey *: Impartial administration of the duties of FINK VIEW OF THE LAKE-1 nlshed. ..'. .

Co.. 1143 st. Charles St., St. Louis, Mo. said office. I respectfully ask the sup PLAN'IN Open all the year round. Good FishIng Rates per Day from i, $2.00'.to ;1300.,
will tend and encouragement, not only of my STEEL BIGGEST .
nil particntarsandinformaUon port aDd Yachting. Rate 4
... ... .
In W..hlyrtat..onApplloatlan.
; friends, but of all good Demo-
to this new Invention on application personal SOUTH1
and will'employ good salesmen. crate DAVID S. BRYAN. .11IMIMt w THE 2.60 and upward. ......... Hat** for the BuramerU! h

on salary 0. Ban Gallic Fla., May; 10, 'W. Proprietress, MR. C. J. HECTOR. O. HOWES '- Proprietor. ED. L. OWENS.Prop.INDIAN ; .



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j + I, a Fancy Pineapple Slip and Muck Eau Gallie. Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report

? M ers!' for Sale.

1>1'. G. \V. Holmes was here lust Satur
1 t Ablmkrn: Egyptian Queen, Golden day. Baking ,
Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne und
is t Hud! SpaulHh. Apply to Candidate W. H. Sanders was in town oVal Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
I MAr>VOCK & MATTHAMS, Wednesday, looking after. his Interests.
"Palm UoKch Pinery," LAW LOANS REAL
Capt. Lourccy's family have returned PowderBS ESTATE
; Went I'alm Beach, Fla.
i from a vUit to relatives at New /Smyrna. -

One of our merchants Is reported to
t : Slips and Sucker for Sale. be contemplating going into the fish PURE We have for sale a large list of carefully

business.Rev. _._
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selected Indian Properties.
PineApple slips/ and suckers delivered 8. F. Gove will preach to the
s } I anywhere on Indian River at fl.( (", Baptist congregation. next Sunday, morn- Fort Pierce.The Hotel Changes lands. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
''I per 1HK( +(O. Address : Ing and evening.Rev. Lillf
JiKNJ. JIOOO, Hotel Carleton, Bay street, Jacksonville Canal and Transportation. Co.CAN13.Z. .
"' + Wavetand, Fla. W. A. Louder preached last Sun Rev. Mr. White held services here hall changed hands, Mr. Geo. A. I
day to the Methodist congregation, witha twice last Sunday, to large congrega- Bull, of Augusta, Ga., having taken I..A.N"J: : :>S.
fair attendance. tions. charge. Mr. Bell is an old and reliable
'I ( Fancy Piiici Board Aldermen last hotel managed the Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Corona,
The of met Saturday Mr. Stetson and family left for New man, having Arlington Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment
( evening, but as no quorum was York, Saturday. Mr. Fred Williams ills( Augusta, for some years. and other Low Priced Lands Co''
Very finest Smooth Cayenne and
t. present no business was transacted. his his absence.Mr. .
I'i: ;h Ahnkka pineapple plants. Prices on position during
.> j '. t'1 application to Miss Annie Paddlson and Mr. O. F. Bethel Stuart, of Bovine, has beenIn Umbrella I..ost. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

j I F' J. &: 1'. M. TYLKK, Paddlson visited Titusville over Sunday, town this week, electioneering. Titusville. Florida.
r 1 Fort Pierce Pinery. the latter leaving for Miami on Mon-
r f. I day's excursion.Mr. Quite a number of our citizens took If the lady who was seen taking the
;i ::1 I I advantage of the cheap excursion to umbrella In mistake, from the southbound '-- -=
\ O. B. Floyd, representing Gugen- Miami. train, Monday, and who got off
1 1i' Fancy Pineapple Ihu.ts.Abbaka helmer & Co., Savannah, was hero last at St. Augustine, will return It to the.
f Friday. Mr. Floyd has always been a We have been having very hot weatherthe owner, John Einlg, Jacksonville, he will Fred S. Chaffee &C Co ot
l and Egyptian queen slips and 1 democrat, but can't go free silver. last few days. I feel obliged. The name, "John EInig/ ,"

r 1f !suckers and Porto Rico slips. Prices on Frank Woolen, our popular tax assessor :Mr. Demro and family, of Cocoa, are Is engraved on the silver plate on the ,1

i, application to'V. was In town last Saturday, on business on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Davis, here. handle. FRED s. CHAFFEE
to the revision of town
f + iu lobe bound, Fla. relating our There are a number of our people I I
t, ; r ordinances. As usual, the genial Frankwas wearing political badges, politic beingall -Mr. Joe Wilkinson, of Rockledge, Registered Pharmacist.
S r smiling/ and happy. the talk now. I who Is to run a bicycle race of live miles of .
l + with Brown of Titusville A Complete Assortment
For Sale, Arthur tomorrow
it Registration. books are open every The U. S. dredgeboat is bid for a
up} for the championship of Bre
Wednesday and l Saturday: at the rell!- month. at /St. Lucie. PURE DRUGS and
fi 1 vard county and a }prize of a pair of -** Druggists Sundries
Common and fancy pineapple plants. dence of G. B. l Snell: registration officer.Don't .
tiros, Is here
expected on to-day's noon
Rain. is badly needed In this wectlon.
{ Forty acres to select from. Lemon and fall to register, as your vote may
i r other citrus trees. be needed. Judge M. S. Jones, accompanied by train. ->3 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. 8-
1, *! JAMeS HOLMES, County Clerk A. A. Stewart, paid us a
1;, Jensen, Fla. left Mr.last Dave week Bryan for up-river, our own points candidate, to look, visit on Saturday. Applications for membership in the SE3T" We give prompt !and careful attention to all mall orders.
Titusvillo Tennis Club should bo madeto
after his political fences. Uncle Dave Contractor Davis is building a fine Chas. 1[. Walton, secretary. = We want your trade. Give us atrial
business and is lighting hard for
Fancy Pineapple Plants. moans church for the colored people here. ,
',,z !i iII the nomination. or
{ Piano for Sale.A Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper School Supplies, Perfumery
; Jl::. Hardy, vigorous, grown without. shel Mr.\ and Mrs. Claude Olmstead, of .1,
Toilet articles Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
; t ter. Prices on application to Ankona here Mrs. Ol Obituary.Died fine ,
;t are visiting in- mahogany, square piano for U- Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps.Groceries .
E. C. B. TYNDALI., stead'g parents, }Ir. and Mrs. David S. 111\10111 Titusville; cost BOO; will sell for
Ili 27i rfiino Waveland, Fla. Brynn. They expoct to leave for home at Malabar, on Friday afternoon $JH!( ) cash, or on time.
jl the latter part of the week. last, July 31st, the Infant child of Mr. For further partitulars address,
i and Mrs. Frank Comstock. Funeral services PIANO, E L BRA7:: c Y
Pineapplu; I Plantation For Bale A daughter was born to Mr.\ and Mrs.A. Care of ADVOCATE r .,
I b. Botsford last Sunday at Palatka./ were hold at the house Saturday at ,
Cheap. where they now reside. Mrs.\ Botefoniis :2 p.. m., and the body was laid to rent Titusville, Jo la. Grain Garden Seed
I t the daughter of Capt. and Mrs. W. J. beneath the mourning pines. The little Hay Fertilizer.
4 e Located on Indian River, Florida,. Nesbitt, and her many friends here send one's brothers and sisters, themselves Consult James Mott ,
1 i For description and terms, address. congratulations.The small children, were bathing In the river I call the Attention of the People of Indian River toimy Stock ofStn.ple
y N Box 14, Melbourne Beach, Fla. about 4 p. m., and the baby, Frank, near-
l { steamer Courtenay has been takenoff ly two years old, followed them Into the Orlando Nursery, for orange, lemon : Ac I micy: <3-i ocorie Fruit
ri her run for one month, making Tier water, and unknown to them must have and grape fruit trees, grape vines and And Food ProductsOf
last trip Monday. Sue Is now hauledout fallen down and strangled to death. Marshal Nlel roses.
ABBAKA Slips..... In Eau Gallie river for necessary repairs After vainly searching for her baby, the JAMBS MOTT, All Kinds. Also My Stock of

and Capt. Mcintyre will see that agonized mother went out In a rowboat Orlando, Fla.JEWELERS Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
Smooth Cayenne Suckers, Red Spanish she gets a good overhauling. and found it floating in the water, dead. Hay, ,

C! SUps from healthy, vigorous home- Master John Near, son of Mr. Alex. The water was about eighteen inches Ground Food and Wheat.I .
grown plants, for sale In any Near, who has been In charge of the tatter deep where the child was drowned. am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line!
quantity. Write for prices, etc. homestead just back of town for a The afflicted parents havo the heartfelt Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and lollolt
"t'' THOMAS: & ELD RED, long time past, left Wednesday for New sympathy of all their friends and neighbors your patronage. Very truly
; Ankona, Fla. York, where he will take a situation at In this sore trial. To them a friend :&L aEI..A.DY.: ::
I y the St. Denis hotel. John has a laudable offers the following line, dear to the
desire of obtaining a better educa- heart that Is bowed down with grief : ESTABLISHED IB68.
ABBAKA. tion than facilities afford here, and will "Earth has no sorrow that heaven can- JACKSONVILLE FLA
... attend night school in New York. not heal."

Col. Tiffin, of Courtenay, and Mr.\,
ii and Suckers For Sale.
Slips Miles of the Kant Coast Canal
who are guests at Hotel compaoYl The NewSelden
Red Spanish in any quantity. Prices Asplnwall last Sunday morning, and I
I on application. SAEGER BROS., were shown over the pineapple fields,
r, i Ankona, Fla. by Mr. G. W. Hays who Is always glad (I ;
to see distinguished/ visitors. Accom-
l Door
panied by Messrs. Jno. McAllister\ \ Geo. Cypress Company The Indian River IB very attractive at this point: splendid nailing etc. The land is |iwlallr
G Gleason and ex-Gov. Gloason a visit adapted to Pineapples' and other} and In Hituateii at Ankona, junt north of the celebrated''
; Herman+ drove. The.., 8t.A.&; it' run through the property, making shipping (aullltiwunsurpaaged.
made to In the afternoon.
r SLIPS and SUCKERS. was Tropic For particulars,address the owner,
; :PALATIiA :F'I.J.A.: :: Cun,.
The Bryan and Sowall Central Silver ARTHUR D. PERKINS, New Haven

Club, of Brevard county, c organized last Will, about October 1st, 180(5( turn the steam on to
Fancy..... Friday evening. Wm. R. Itoesch was ,
\' elected president, B. J. Stewart. and A. One of the and Best Door Sash Blind
Largest Equipped : Ix..I1.'VG-...
: .A. D
d Home-Grown Varieties A. Ford, vice-presidents; A. II. P/uldi- ED"IAT S
..... son, secretary and treasurer. A declaration '
I "I was moved and adopted as fol- and General Wood Working Plants in the United States Gooor. Florida: ,,
FOR SALE. lows: "The principal object of this
\ club is to advance the cause of bl-tnetal- And with. experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight DEALER IJfWood ........
'. 1Iii Ism advocating the free and unlimited years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best
i : II PORTOERiCO. coinage of silver and gold at the ratio possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover and Metallic
"4]! of 1(1( to 1, Independent of any other Doors, Sash, Blinds, .Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.
country on the earth. and to labor for
1 GOLDEN QUEEN. the. election of Bryan and !Sowall as president Coffins and Caskets
; ,ll1: SMOOTH CAYENNE and vice-president of these United
and l States: ; to work and vote. for a memberof Phoenix The St. Augustine Cycle Go.
"f\( congress who in in favor of this actIon -
\ and to work and vote for members
? RED SPANISH ; Union. ,
: : of the legislature of the state, only those Zino and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department Is under
:, who In of = Has the best 'line of wheels the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using the
I'' LAKE WORTH FRUIT CO. are favor electing a U. I S. !Senator : Diamond
1;' I who Is in full accord with our sentiments g most improved methods of embalming. All orders by mall or wire receive prompt
and sundries in the
state. All attention
1 on the coinage question, and who EDWARD STILING,
.. 'jl Lake Worth, Fla. stands squarely with both feet on the. .3 Excels. Kinds of bicycle repair work Cocoa, Indian River, Fla.
Democratic platform as adopted at Chicago -
: .. Solicited.
{ (: Correspondence this year. With this declaration ofprlnClple"1 and other Ladiesand I neatly done.
t ) we invite all who are In sym
: \ us to join our ranks and become Gents In Stock. I F. W. BEERS Prop. THE DECANTER.
r: HOME GROWN...... members of this club." The club -
I I will hold regular meetings every Friday

; Pineapple Slips evening until. election. OEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.\ Losley & Elenaker,

and Suckers Uryan Said This.!! 1VI..A..: :BROS., Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Roms, Gins and Whiskies,

I .. Wholesale Dealers In- Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont. -

Now York Sun: On March 17,ISOil, the Fruit .d A First-class Line of Cigars. *. Tables.
("X the following, Varieties, Hon. William J. Bryan declared, In a Groceries: : : ar: Erodu.os.: Billiard and Pool
Family and hotel trade is mall
":'; speech at Mount Vernon ,III., "I am not 131 and 133 Kast!: Bay: Street and 93 and 33 Ne.n.n Street. solicited. Prompt and careful attention !given to ,
orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER Titusville,Eta
FOR SALE o> Democrat. a.o1E. ..sonviilo: s P1 r1.d.a.
+ : It was true. Hu. had been spouting

Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, hoe two silver years and or coquetting more. He with had Populismfor Inducedthe ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton State and International Exposition, ,

Nebraska Democrats to Indorse the Atlanta,Ga.,1598.THEIJ. .
Golden Smooth
Queen Ripley Queen
Nebraska Populists State: ticket In 1804.!! TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vegetables.
j? Cayenne, Pernambuco, and lie was not at that. time a Democrat, and Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow H. HAMMOND COMPANY
i he was frank enough to say so. Peas. Write. us for our wholesale price list of groceries.
Red Spanish This young Populist, nominated upon ,
a Populists platform, is no more a Democrat ,
t!' Apply to G. 'C. MATTHAMS\ ,
than he his admission
now was by own -
"; Florida Pineapple Company last March.\ Why should any Democrat PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
? fOAl himself bound to vote for a man
; WEST PALM\, BEACH, FLA. who was ostentatiously proclaiming four HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ?

months ago that he was not a Democrat Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb.. Chicago, III..

The Salesrooms, 231& West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager., Jacksonville, Fla.
If not, don't you think you ought to have one ? I have got the Five' Minute

A Railroad Accident Averted. White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, At the following prices, via : Low

IE J A era grocery (Go 1 quart at. . .. . .. . . . ". ,$ 1.30 each. Special Prices on Canned Meats.
Writing the ADVOCATE from Malabar, =J quart at. . . .. . ,. ., . . ... 1.60 each. *
our correspondendent says : 3 quart at ,, . .. .. ..,. ,.. . . . ,. ., 1.80 each. Write; "U..s :lor: Prioes/:
Last Saturday night, after the :.11 4 quart at. . .. _, .. . ., . .. . ._. 2.20 each.
i DEALERS IN train had little Eddie -
passed, -
These prices are only good until the stock Is exhausted. Keep your eye on -
Arnald was walking on the railroad and
f and found a broken rail about half a mile': this Bargain Column.
Fancy Staple north of Malabar depot. lIe reportedthe LANDS for Lemons Grape Frail & PineapplesIN

ltI' fact to his father, K. B. Arnold, whoat THE EDWARD ',STILING FLORIDA CART ,
,' Groceries great Inconvenience to himself sat up BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES. FLORIDA.
; until the freight train came and wavedIt
down, thus caving a great deal of Made for Sandy Soil Having 3-inch Tread.to # t In order
i I Confections. trouble and expense and perhaps the to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits In the Counties named, the

loss of llfe to the trainmen. Without FOR FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. fill for the mate a Redaction
1 any warning from him, the engine would SALE BY next 9 months,

{ Ice Cold Summer certainly have jumped the track and of Twenty-Hie Per
t .Drinks. perhaps the entire train would have EDWARD STILING....._....._...................._..... .
... been wrecked. The railroad company OR UNTIL DECEMBER 13th 189:{
I CIGARS, TOBACCO, FRUITS, should show Ita appreciation for such The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer For terms and Price apply to
acts as these by outsiders. :;'kh'07 e: D. C. SUTTON or W. R MOSES. West Palm Beach, Fla.

VEGETABLES, and COUNTRY PRODUCE rows, suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-in. tread; A size larger F.W.S.C.MORSE ALL.'iTtNE, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Miami Fla.
-I suitable for Pineapple Plantations,0-in.tread. or to
DEED blanks lOc. each; $3.00 per 100 at JAS. E.

i r Tltusvllle, Florida. the ADVOCATE o lce. COCOA, Indian River. FLORIDA. INGRAHAM ST. AUGUSTINE Land Comml..ioDerA FLA'

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