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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: August 14, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00039
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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ol. :13. No. 1. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, AUG. 14, 1896. Price,5c.: '

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LOCAL NEWS 10 CENTS will buy you a good half-hose, fiend Till Column Carefully. Buy an nil-wool suit at tho Eagle!: fine EAOT.K CLOTHING STOKK Is selling -The Kp worth r.oltjllle111 glvo a r

:, in a black or tan color, warranted fast, Clothing Store for #1.50. calf-skin shoo, Goodyear welt, equalto II"Clalllit tho Grnud View hotel! on Thuis-. I I r:

ll Topic of General Interest. full shape, one piece top and seamless. 53F" If you need any Job printing, we a hand-sowod, at $2:. no, warranted. day next, the 2(.,th Inxtnnt. Kefresh- t,
Try a pair from the Eagle ments will be nerved and a nice L.
Clothing program
shall be pleased to get a share of It. Strong!: boy wanted at the ADVOCATE
In Store. oftlce to learn tho printing business -Mr. and Mrs J. E. Emitter and familyof will bo arranged. All are cordially I"" Ivi
General Oonalp connectionill '
mid
"sty I DoLnnd but of Titusvillo, ted to attend :
formerly
nl. ayne Bay, lake Worth, Indian, : LOPAI. A.'r Ton Onts Per Line, Per -Mr. John C. Jonos after spending
-Mr. S. II. nay is expected homo today "' iro occupying tho Hawley( oottitgo: at -The Tltiisvlllc Tennis Club played I (
mina and Halifax Klvern Key Went or tomorrow.A Week, on thin (front) pngo. several days at Fort Pierce, returned to Seabreeze.TltiiHvlllc. '
Its opening nf the season' on 1
til,nil other Important Point along the town on Monday.Messrs. game ues't'
Lit Coast of Florida. Brief mention of I son was born to Rev. and Mrs. B. day evening; but owing to tho Invitations i iI'
A GOOD article In a percalo laundered lad of New Tennis Club. being rather late the attendance Il
Itunnitliiic Events from Varlnuit farts A. Geiger, Monday night. Bryan, Smyrna; sent out I
negligee shirt for 73; cents at the Guillard. of Mnmhurs and their f
[ World About People You Know and Purser : St. Augustine, wits not large. I If,
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the You Don't Know Picked -Contractor J. A. McDonald, of Eaglo Clothing stnro. These garmentsare went to Miami I yesterday A business mooting! of tho club will lie. lady friends are practicing now every ,
.I People Miami, i IK around again as usual', afteran full regular, made, with double l1l'hlllt the Indian River hotel, tomorrowSaturday evening, and find the game a pleasant
and
Editor MafCCorrexpondetitii
Our Society a large -Mrs. M. E. Griihor and Charlescame :
p by scattered along the attack of illness. yoke, link cuffs and bigh-cut or low- son ( ) evening! at 7:110::\ o'clock, It I III pastime. \|
from Miami to
cut collars, attached or dotncheil.WIIKHK up on Monday, ruqiumtod that .all members : '
particularly ,
-Mr. James T. of West i 'i'i1IOTKL
lt.t Count of Florida. Sanders one upend fow weeks. with her mother, Mrs others
and who wish to the
join
Palm Bench's any may
prominent attorneys, was L. R, Decker. Their many friends are NOTI2S.Wo ; ; .
in to See list of hotels on club will bo present.
town Wednesday. : : stop. pleased to see them In town again. I, ,
JOB PRINTING: at this office. our 7th piigo. CHAS. H. WALTON, Secty. now have open In Tltnsvllla twos I \

Cashier C. S. Sclmylor U again at Judge R. W. Davis, of Palatka, candidate \ good and well-managed summer hotels y'" ,

his desk in the Indian River State Bank for congressional!: honors gave/ the will find In of Florida. :..
as part
all kinds of The "Advocate" Subscriptionlilst you any
after a short illness. PAINTOFF, for removing:
ADVOCATE pleasant> call on HaturUy -
OP YOUR PROnnXUI -Mr. Tom Decker after spending a paint from all kinds of surfaces without < : morning very last. He loft for West Palm Still I iifr sa.sliijc. 'I
hen burning.; See ad. on 2nd page. *
few days In town with his mother, returned Send for circulars to Bench: the same afternoon Slips nUll Suckers for Sale. i'

f16 Youlbflu to Miami on Monday. SOUTH-EASTKJIN I' DITOFF ('0., -Mr. Ed. DeCourcey left hero Wednesday Writing the AUVOCATK from Jacksonville Pineapple slip ami suckers dellvcr-

-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and St. Augustine, Fla., and Iloston. for bill old home In New Bedford on Tuesday, a prominent tradesman\ eel anywhere on Indian River at !.|il.( .110(> I'

Claude were at Coronado from Saturdayuntil Mass.. Ed's familiar form will no "I now have no doubt as to tho per 1\)00.\) Address' : R

|] BBT INVEStJ"2 Monday.enjoying the surf bathing. FOR llrst class shoemaking; and repairingcall longer be soon around town for some vane of your paper as agood advertising ]litH.'. Mono, 1
OUR "
on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue time to come. medium, so yon may continue my ad Waveland, Fla. i I Ir
-lIon. W. R. Sanders .
of
Courtenay subscribers
Well wo aro surely getting enough
Titnsville, Fla. Shoes madeto Miss Hattie C. Jones, the bright and ,
has been In -
town a couple of days this to make it iv profitable medium! r
order In line style. talented sister of Jh'lI.Vm.. M. Brown
week attending to matters. '
political for advertisers. During the past week or Free Tuition at Florida Normal I
has returned New JlIll'tfOl'd
of this place, to f
-Mrs. II. E. Bugbee and child, after from Berlin where she so we have added the following names f.G''
JUST call upon Julius Kline, Titusvllle Germany, of paid subscribers to our list: Chas Collide.
spending several weeks at Indian Springs, and examine his tine lot of gents' has been studying music. She has also t
A.II'ehllul.Eden
New York E.
Ga., returned to St. Augustine on Satur- been her uncle In London where McLaughlin, ; ,
which he Is out at visiting ,
shoes selling a
day last. ; C. F. Olinstood, Fort Pierce; A. By an act of tIle legislature of 1NI 1'1{ ,
had time. A
bargain. she a glorious younger E. Wilson. Now York; T. E. Black shear, I making an appropriation to time Florida F r

I Iu Senator Wilkinson Call stopped over sinter will probably return to Titusvillo Thomasville! Ga.; J. N. Pomar, Titus Normal College, White Springs:! each ,

here from Tuesday until Wednesday, on Taw: Indian River hotel barber shop has with Mrs. Brown tho coming winter vllle; H. Dimon, Brooklyn; P. J. Hall, senator authorized to give free tuitionto '

his way from Miami and West Palm the best workman in the county. We -Mr. Win. >r. Brown, pesldent of the Miami; A. J. Canova, Lnrohmont, N. one student from his district. There 'I'

1'J .i Beach to Daytona.A guarantee satisfaction to all our cus Bank of Bay lllscayne, utter spending Y.; F. J. Webb, Melbourne Beach; H. Is a vacancy from this district, and anyone U"

tom orB. If. S. Meadow, prop. several days In town, returned to Miami U. Fromborgor. Eau Gallle; Alfred Kodd desiring till appointment will please T
1 store In of the advantageous
i : one most yesterday. Mr. Brown owns one of the Jacksonville; .1\. O. Russell, Cincinnati, send his or her name by September! lilt, ti

: t tq positions In Titusville Is now for fine clothing nest 1 orange: groves at LaGrange, and! a 0. ; J. N. Chalker, Lotus; Hon. 1'. A.Williams to Senator Robert Morrow, Titusvillo, (
rent. to Robbins & Graham I gents'
Apply or AM now selling very '
view of It will shortly be published In Key West.
Chas. H. Wulton Titusville Fla.Mr. at small profit above cost. Come I
a the Florida East Coast Ilomesuoker.Bytheway They are a little scattered but It t
and examine these goods before purchasing noticed Mr. Brown take show the Is getting to bo Holly Inn, jytnuu.
_ iVYOT1 q R. F. Hall ft here, Tuesday, elsewhere. we pink paper
for Cocoa, Georgiana; and other down- : JULIUH.KLINK Titusvllle. his guitar: along with\ him, which looks widely read.County. -- I

river points, to attend to insurance and as If he were in for a good: time. What x
Some noticeable I will
other matters.Mr. has become of our Miami I correspondent ? Improvement
Court Proceedings.
noon bo made to this hotel. Cai>t. O. H.'ortor .
first
MONEY. Wo want to loan on ,
If you receive a sample copy of W. W. Russell, of Clnclnnatus money Ten cent -We have received a groat many political V ytom\11 public-spirited

ADVOCATE, it is an intimation that Farms Is hustling his railway/ forwardas real free of estate all mortgagee to louder por D. L. letters for publication thin week County Court convened on Mondaywith inn determined to enlarge and remodel I I:

would give us pleasure to add your quickly as he possibly can. He In- Gaulden Titusvllle.expenses more than we could! handle A fow of the following present : Hon. M. H. tin Holly Inn. The roof 1s to bo raised, 1 ,j

no to our fast-increasing list of sub- forms us that he will probably make a them are too "spitefully' written for publication Jones, judge; M. Goldsmith, acting mil a third floor added; wide verandas I

licrs. It does not cost you three business trip to New York next week. In our columns; while the communication prosecuting attorney; A. A. Stewart, will be on all sides. Whon finished the "

to per week (postage Included) when FOR $3: 60 a calf-skin shoo, equal to a from Fort Pierce Is. hold over clerk, and J. E. )Bowman shorlll. house will have about forty rooms, and I t tIK
-On 8th will bo found the
en by the year, and it can be sent ton ad. page new hand-sewed article, can bo had at the owing to the writer having failed to send The following criminal oases were disposed to bo under the management of Orange i
of the Geo. Wiedemann Co.
In any part of the United States or Brewing Eagle Clothing Store. Ills name. In writing, please remember of : lowell, late of West PRim Bench
nada without extra expense. who are sending out some IIrat-class that; -'Brevity Is the soul of wit" nndhat Statoof Florida vs. Hunter-carrying .
beers. Mr. Thou. A. Bethel Jacksonville
houses i
"Those who live In glass
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1.50 per annum, in advance. is general manager for Florida.Mr. limit's Root Beer-the great: summer concealed weapons-nol pros. '
should not throw stones. Mr. L. C. to New York.
.. Wnddell Shipped i
rl.OO six months, drink-at F. S. Chaffce & VO'II.LADUI' State of Florida vs. W. H.
Frank Duren's little Ar- Moore'soommunieiitionis also crowdedout
boy, carrying concealed weapons-nol pros.
(2.00 an. to foreign countries. -
per thur, is said to have had a narrow escape of this Issue, but will bo published State of Florida vs. Alt, Johnson-lar -12-foot launch t t'Tho > ,
from serious Injury by being kicked bya fine and fashionable shirtwaists in our next to naphtha Kingston,
Prisoner pleaded guilty embezzlement -
for In the I at 01)) cents. A great bargain. I IMr. ceny. to which we referred In last wook'ti issue, |
Applications horse
membership at Miami, last Friday. Fortunately and was sentenced to ;ill
JULIUS KLINE Titusvllle. Archer Harmon, president of was taken up on time steamship Somlnolo > r.
msville Tennis Club should be made ho was not badly hurt. ,
In
days jail.
Chas. H. Walton the Key West fe Miami Steamship Co.; ant Thursday. The boat was loaded on I rthe
secretary.Mr. -The Savannah News says the Florida lIon. P. A. Williams, a prominent resident State of Florida vs. John Chrlsolm main deck of tho ship, and took up > t

R. C. Creech, a well known resent Central and Peninsular Railroad train HAVE: you been to Seabreeze this sum- of Key West and president of tho larceny. 1$dl\YIIIIl jail was the sentence, near ono-hulf of the bow portion. !! I I

of Banyan, was in town Monday now run between that city and Jacksonville pier 1? If not, be sure you go there. Hoard of Trade; and General Manager/ the prisoner. pleading guilty. Time Kingston/ weigh About 0 tons, and :

d Tuesday.Dr. has two passenger coaches Insteadof Take train to Daytona, and ask for II.J. Edward Morley, of the above steamship Stuto of Florida vs. J. Chrlsolm-carrying I" probably the largest boat ever carried ;4

and Mrs. W. S. Graham and one, and that white- and black passengers ( Hawley. He has one of the most line, passed through/ Titusville, Saturday concealed weapon Prisoner an freight by n Clyde stuanmer.She I' r
are kept separated.Civil comfortable conveyances In Daytonafor last, en routo to Jacksonville, Mrs pleaded guilty, and received a sentenceof was rooontly bought from Mr. M.\ : :
mlly expect to leave here tomorrowr
drives to, and on the beach Morley, the bright young wife of the 15 days In jail. F. Dwyer by Mr. Chas. McLiiughlln, of "
Philadelphia. Engineer Alfred Rodd. who
: the -. -- --- ----- ---- --- latter gentleman: wan also of the party. State: of Florida vs. W. Johnson-lareny. New York. The yacht was In charge of 'j I
connected with East Coast Line
Mrs. was : Prisoner pleaded, not guilty, but '
Sarah V. Thompson, largely She Informed au ADVOOATK representative Canova.
the time it built Is -We are glad to see Mr. E. L. Brady Capt.
during was being
crested in land at Hardeevlllo, is now sickness. that sho was on her way to New he was found guilty and sentenced to 30 t
now in Jacksonville, acting/ as engineer/ has recovered from his recent in
pplng at Berners Point, N. Y. York where she expected to stay amooth days jail
for the Land Mortgage Bank of Florida, -Mrs. Fred. S. Chaffee, who has been or longer ore returning to Key State of Florida vs Davis-liircony.Prisoner : by Alligator. '
Caught an
Capt. C. F. Fisher Is again In town, Florida Finance Co., etc. R. Mathers pleaded not guilty verdict not
visiting her mother, Mrs J. West. )Ir. Williams-who went to the ; i
ving arrived the first of the week aft-
-Mr. Gco. B. Hall, after spending a at Bartow, for some weeks past, Is expected > metropolis on private business-passed guilty
thoroughly canvassing Brevard Co. couple of weeks or so with his wife at home to-morrow, much to the through Titusvllle, yesterday, on route Mr Gee M. Bobbins paid Miami: .a I ",
-Gen'l. J. W. Jarvis Titusville of her husband. visit on Saturday I hint, anti on his return !
Freight agent Valdosta, Ga., stopped off at ashore joy home.
JMmlck for Senator.
> the East Coast Line, has been spend while en route to Sebastian. He to TltiiHvlllo on Monday, Informed an I
Messrs. W. G. Paterson ami Jas. F.
that J. V.lmstoitd "
i K some time in Georgia, looking after said the weather was very hot in AnvnaATR representative I
miness for his company. Georgia. Mitchell, of Cocoa, gave the ADVOCATE Off to st. Lucie. TITUSVILLK, Au< 13, iSOfI. (> a former resident of Indian l
office a pleasant call on Tuesday. They River, had n narrow escape! of being {

-Contractor P. J. Hall, after complet- Although the excessive heat has were in town for the purpose of takingout liditur Ailaucnte oaten alive by n ferocious alligator' It '

i his work in Titusvllle, returned to been the cause of the death of many per- their final naturalization papers. lion. E. R. Gunby, of Tampa, passed There Is "hue and cry" being made scorns that Oln toad and other wero t

laml on Saturday last. lIe Is undoubtly sons in northern cities, we have experienced -On Sunday morning next, the 10th through Titusvillo, Monday, en route to against Hon. E. N. Dlmlck that does bathing In the Miami I River, when an k

a good workman. no particular discomfort on Indian Inst., there will be a congregational: St. Lucle, where, he Informed an ADVOCATE him great Injustice. Dimick U not a Immense nlllgittor; seized his body In Ida/

[- Ira. J. W. Cronk and Miss Lillian, River this summer, owing to the prevailIng meeting of the Presbyterian church, to Senator reporter M. S. Quay he I In was his going tarponilshlngexpedition ; to Join "gold bug;" he stands In line with tho capacious Jaw, lacerating It very badly. I>.
cool breezes that this section of the Olnmtoad' aid time
I'lo have of letween[ struggler: '
business and
been spending several weeks at transact importance. Every for a few days. Now we Demooratlo National platform says,
Itianta, returned io Jupiter on Friday state is favored with. member is urged to be present.We have heard stated that Air. Gunby was in a letter which\ I hand you herewith, throwing of atones at the alligator by :

|-t Mrs. Cronk said the weather in -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold beg to acknowledge receipt ofa ;I no fisherman and Instead of catching so that It may bo seen at your ollloe, that ho other bathers, hu managed to get s

"orgla was very hot. divine service at Eau Gallle on Sunday finely-colored framed picture from the tarpon, he had gone to catch the ear of lie would no longor bo a democrat if ho free, much to her liund delight.to attend Dr. Jacksou to thus \

-;air. Chas.; R. SerjoanUon, who has next, the 10th Inst., at 10iO:: a. m. and Geo. Wiedeman Brewing Co., Newport, Senator Quay with regard to settling/ the did not. wan wound noon Inflicted on on Olmstund'! body by I
4 At the afternoon service there A critical condition confronts us at f
ffitt p. m. whose boors have excellent little differences between tho Eaganltiis!
about with an (
spending rep-
Ky.
a year or so doubt the teeth of the saurian. Mr. Bobbins.says
lecture the ofNebuchadnezzar's this There bo
will be juncture. can no
is parents in Shrewsbury, England, a on symbolism utation. The picture represents an old ami the Lllytvhltos. Mr. John E. Still-: the rather '
Injuries were savers
rites the ADVOCATE: this week that heM vision, as interpretedby man Intently reading: the Cincinnati Inquirer man, who accompanied Mr. jGunby, triedto that the republican party will bo unilled, \

about to start for home and his the Prophet Daniel. ; he Is leaning on a large box with lead us to believe\ he wan going south and they will have a strung ticketcungressiouml -

neapple plantation at Hobo sound. -Titusville is in need of a furniture the name of the above firm painted on business for Little Bros., of Jackson state and comity. In nominating r
ville understand he also a senator, it seems to me, we California*, Fluent Claret, I
store, and we believe such an establish thereon. It now hangs on the wall of but we managed -
Writing the Advocate from Dlghton, ment here would prove a good Invest our editorial room, whore it may bo seen to get otf at St. Lucle. Rather: a should strengthen the state, congressional m

'use, Mr. Chas. K. Kenyon says: "I no- ment. Robbins & Graham have a storeto by all callers. strange coincidence. and county nominations, which 412.75: per dozen. W. II. Dawson, Jacksonville -

ce articles in your paper relating to a rent that is suitable for that or Since the above was In typo, Messrs. shall already have boon made, and we .'111... ,
Club any -Captain H. B. Fromborger, of the cannot do this more certainty than by ;
jnnis now forming, so please en- baby and Stlllm.in have returned' l from
other business and It I* the only one for I
> me In Della returned to lest
the ranks. Am fond of tense steamer Jupiter putting up Dlmlck.
very 8t. Lurle and we lend our surmise as
It ha been vacateda ,
in
rent town. only
,and will give the club my hearty suprt. Friday, after a visit to Jacksonville and above wall not far out. Among the many thing which may Notice.
and Is In of the best ,
I expect to return to Tltusville them few days, one St. Augustine with his wife. In conversation I be praised in him U his singular devotion -

week In September, but Mrs. Kenyon position In Titusvllle. with an ADVOCATE representative to duty and honor lie stood faithfully -

ill remain here until it gets quite cool -The Coronado hotel, Coronado, was the captain said ha WILe about to The JSajfle Clothing- Store. by Call In his last great contest, The Democratic primary at the Haul
be held the
16th will
at )
Florida it ha been very hot here, crowded to its utmost capacity the first bring: his boat up to Eau Gallle, and run because lie wa so Instructed by bill con- over residence on Aug. ,

"d I often wished myself back at my of this week, and everybody seemed to her In place of the steamer Courtanay, stituents. lie will stand by the Instruction of Manning Griffin, between f
lace" near Tltu vUle." be having a good time surf-bething fishIng which wad hauled out for repairs. Mrs. 100 suits to be cloned out regardless of of the senatorial convention! tho hour of 10 a. m. and 3 Committee.Notice

well remained In Jacksonville to cost ranging In from $1.00, ..1\0\ By order of the .
--Dame and bicycling. Orlando was rep- Fromberger price In the same way. Thus take into account
hat it U Rumor tell the ADVOCATE resented, there being about 23 resident beep nune a relative-Airs. J. Law-who &V.OO. $3.5<> to t8.oo.( All In need of a the necessity for a strong ticketall

'ill not probable that :Mr. Flagler of that ci ty In the hotel. Manager Sharp was very .n. soon Lo alter Mr u *. Frombergar's medium-weight suit will find these around and the fact that the popular

ho spend so much time at Palm Beach was certainly a busy roan, and he told arrival word wa brought to Mr*. suit the greatest bargain ever offered. on of DaJe ha been tried and not found to Hike Riders.Commencing .
coming he did last. A let-
r to the season as our reporter that there were nearly 60 Law that her husband wa suddenly wanting we cannot doubt that the -

Vi that ADVOCATE from New York person In the hotel on Sunday. Coronado taken ill at hU place of business, and roan and the hour have com together. on Monday, August 17,

aye returned Mr. and from Mrs. Harry H. Flagler: belch I III certainly fine one, andIt died In a few minute, much to the Borrow Store for Jtent. 1 ask thinking democrat to weigh and until further notice, I' will clean

nd other their trip to that England Is much liked by those who visit it. of his many frlenda.: The sad new this brief suggestion' of mine for a moment your wheel, price from AOoU/ to $!, do-
parts of and Mr.
Europe; wan. a great blow to his wife. Deceased before they make their mind of machine. All
nd Mrs. IL )I. Flagler will 1 their The store In the ADVOCATE block, up I pending on condition
occupy
ne wa a prominent and well known electrician on the question of Dlmlck or anti- work guaranteed. Popular prices on
mansion, KirksTde, the coming win- Just vacated by F. L. Brady, I III for rent. '
r. We are pleased to learn Mrs. Flag- I Pineapple FarmAt and his body wa laid to rest In Apply to Kobbinv: Graham, Dim Ick. MIXOH' S.: JOSKS.: other work. Hike Instruction riven.

,r has Evergreen Cemetery, the Knights of Tlttuvllle Fla. Joe Smith, Tltuiville, Fla.
fully recovered her health. ,
I Waveland, Fla., will be sold at a Pythian attending In a body. Fine

sacrifice. Write

II You Drink Liquor, G. E. Coo, agent Attention Pineapple Grower I A Valuable Offer. De Sure to Head ThU. I
Old and mellow whiskey
Jensen Fla.W. pure corn -
Get It fro.-wB.: $:*.00 and fUSO gallon. '
IIYl1le pure Dawson, Jack- I quote all heart pine for pineapple For Sale, or will exchange for desirableFlorida W. li. DAWSOS per Jacksonville. For sale or will exchange for desirable -
Fla, shedding delivered to any point by rail real estate, my interests. in four Florida property, stock of merohan- ''

B. Dawson between, Fort Pierce and Hobe Sound valuable mining properties carrying gold dice, consisting of drug, stationery !

Bones Wanted I at $14 per thousand In carload lot' liver and lead; situated In New Mexico. Millinery. tobacco, cigar and cue liquor; situated -

Jacksonville, Fla., state agent for I other point In proportion. Special, Own i Interest In two, f In ODe, and la New Mexico; will Invoice with

Sate your bone and send them to the Bartholemew Rochester bottled beer-a price on lath and lumber la small lot. 11-18 In another. For particular, ad- Miss Florence Norwood, Titusvllle, fixtures about $.,OOOj; the finest climatefor

aeklOnyme Fertilizer Co., South Jack I fine tonic-91.25 per dozen; 910.3O per U. F. PADDUOM, drM D. B. W., care of ADVOCATE, TltnvlU Fla. Mall orders promptly and efflcl consumptive Address, D. W. 'D.,

)BTlle! Fla. Will pay cash for them. barreL Ban Gallle, Fla. *, Fla ently attended to. care ADVOCATE, TltvirlUa, Fla.

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straight line to west of margin of A. L. I. R. AWVOCATK, printing. . 3 60 ;' of 1.thIBl' Biennial Eu- Florida East Goast RailvFOUJUCRLY

Dixon, along said margin to the Banks Electric Light Co . . . 8 00 COII\Pment at Cleveland, O.
j That place, through Banks' and ,I tetter's mar F. A. Morgan; maps for county. 17 00

gin to Dr. Moon's place, follow west side J. Mendel, 4 cops com. proc'dngs o OO THE
of Dr. Moon's margin to Maddox place A. A. Stewart, accountant . 15 (00 J() For the above occasion the F. C. & P.

and through the Maddox place follow II. .Titus, prosecuting attorney. 33 33 and Southern Railway will sell round- JacKsonville. St. AugustIne and IndIan River Railway.Tim. .

rood already cut out and 'cutting a few F. B. Wright, deputy sheriff. . 0 00 trip tickets from all points In Florida to T..1tle In EIIt June ll1th. 1800.
Tired mil iked trees. T. J.'Cockshutt, reglstr'n officer. 12 41
f Feeling On motion, oft was ordered that upon A. T. Feoster, com. as treasurer. 202: 73 Cleveland, Oat a rate of one fare for ::::::::::::0.Xu. .

hearing the petition of N. .11. Fish, Mrs. Duren-it !Feaster mdse. . .. 2 00 the round trip. Tickets will be sold South Bound. North Bound.
Make* you seem "all broken op, without mdse . . . 404 No No. No. No. .
F. T. .
Jane Dixon and other property holders .Budge, Aug. 21st, 22nd and 23rd: limited for S'l'ATIO"S. ,. .>>'c81' 0.--,
life, ambition, energy or appetite. for the neighborhood Mary Futch, pauper. . 000 ''''TIOSS. 31. 117 _200 _311 78. .'0.32 ".
: It Is often the forerunner of II erloua Illness road praying beginning at present W. .F. Dixon's south Charity Padgett, . . 1000 return- until Sept. 2nd. Lv Jack onvllle... II l TOJIp .... .... .. .. Lv Mlltml .. ...... II 00 & 1\1 1 "-
; ; .. ..
11211 .... ... LvL monClty. :
10311 a IIl0am
advantage tlne.
i or the accompaniment, of nervous line to the north line of Fred Ives, be established Wm. Anderson, . 001)) Those who contemplate taking ArI.! AUKn a. ... ........ . ..LvJl'tLauderdale. 111I7a.... &7:14"LE. ;0'LV8tAnllnKtlue..103
'. troubles.' It laa positive proof
weak impure blood for If the blood la 16 feet as now ; that. the Chas. Jacobson, . 1000 from Jacksonville JrP&1..tka..lIl1Oa. ----LvWl'alm........ ..... ... noach ''i30an I. 1 lhlLvp&latk.
f ; eMtabllllhldi' .. through sleeping cars ...... .. .... .. .. .... I.W.Jn..lter.. ... IIOJI pin.
be and that M. Hayden . 400 .... ...... 10 li/I. .. 1 lfI
.1' petition LvJen ..... .... .
rich, red vital(zed and vigorous' It Imparts C. & P. and - eo 8. .In .
.. 400 to Cincinnati only via F. ---.. . .... ... .. .... 3121
the same be, and in, hereby .declared to L. Eufalla, . . ArRa.. Mateo .. 1 IHI I' : LvJolen .. .. .... O a II.
I life and energy to every nerve, be road. J. Lewis .. . . 600 Southern Railway. This rate also applies LvSltn Ma L"Jo.ortl.leree.... 040a01 : 8 I,
8141
I organ and tissue of the body. The a public .. 500 LvOrn..12/111/ p .. . ........ .. .. tvIU'jtl..r.. .... IOBU .11. .. .. ,
Gore . Knoxville ;
Anna and
On motion, it was ordered that the via Columbia, Asheville . ....
1'' Lv U..yton.. .... .... 1 07 P ... . ..... ... 11 a
,t ; necessity of taking Hood's Baraaparilla' following mileage be levied and assessed J Houston, road work . . 1075W the new popular route between LV'onOranje.. JIMp . .. .... .... .. ....LVlllell.IUllrne..ll 1111 .. .. .
: : for that tired feeling tkcr fore apparent for the year 181HI! and the assessor is II Sharpe, road work . . f>0 00 J.v New Bmyrll&... J 1111 P ... .. ...... ...... Lv r""n I&llIe. .. 11 33 .111 "'
Florida and Cincinnati giving a daylight ........ .. .... J.v Itl8 .. 1
r W II building MJ. 00 ; LvTltu vtlle...... 2113 P .. .. ,
,:> I to everyone, and the good It will do you hereby instructed to carry out the same Sharpe, ; bridges. .... 'UI.a .... 1209 .
mountain Lv ( ..cn......... .... 1131 I' ... .. ..... .. fV '" pili. ..
'I Is equally beyond que tlon. Remember on the tax books: State tax, 3|; F. and : R D Hoko, road work . . 175 00 ride through the beautiful LvR..ckl"d I1tlll .. ... . .. ..... t 8V1ll e..I I\O\ pili.. ... I. .
F. fund, %\ general fund 5; building, %; I J E Bowman, feeding S. prisoners A CO scenery of Western and North Carolina L.Joau: U&1Ue. .... tOil P .... .. ..... .. . tvre t yrna... 2KI( I' III .. .. .. .
> ::1 fund The board adjourned to meet the first Lv Jllelbnllrue. .... 41:1: P .. .. .. ..... .. .. .... range. 22'.1... III .
road fund 1 school 5. of the
; -"the and sky. t.v Rotteland. . t 112 I' .. . .. .. ... .. . JJ'aytoua....... 2 33 I' 11\ .. .. I
: HoodsSarsaparilla On motion It was ordered that the report Monday, in September. Through; sleeping cars leave Jackson LvMeha tllm...... tll7 I' .. . .. tl0.. ...... Lvrmu'1I.! ( ..... .. 24/11' III '
of Wm. Walton and II. Futch for a ville daily for Cincinnati at 0:15: p. m. J.vJl'ortplerce.... 60/1/ P ..... .. 1I1 a.. .... ; ... 4l3: .
public road from the terminus of the berths will be reserved by t.vJoden: . .. .... 63'.1 I' ..... 1131.. .. .... ArRan l\late'l .... 11M 1..1.::': -
car
STATE OF Oiiio, CITY OF TOLEDO }lIS Sleeping LvJen..n.. ... .... 637 I' .... .... 807" ... LvBanl\lauo !II ,. .... .
county road to the north line of Dum- LUCAS COUNTY. f applying to any ticket agent, or to Lv W. Jupiter.... 7311 I' .. .. .... .. .... LLv
Ar
mlttgrove.be accepted and notices be W. D. ALLKN, W Palrll U ach 80 I' .. ...... 930.. .. .... Palatka''alatka :::::::: t 110 P : .. 1-
posted according to law. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that hoIs Fl.i. Pass. Agent, Lvllnton.. .. .. 8UI' .. .. ....110 .. .. .... _J.v __ _4 (KII'__ ::: .
the senior partner of tho firm of 1<'. J. Lv Jo'tLaIl.lerdale. 03.11'' ........ l111a .. .... AI'' fit. AUI/'UKtlne.; 1110 I) m\.. .. .. -I ILv
Itoad I'eportCommenolng at the Jacksonville, Fla. l.emou City.. 111211 I' ........ 8 (JJ a .. .... Lv fit. AUI/'n.tlne.; 11111 I' 11700" '
Is the brat-ln fact the One TrueBloodrurlfler. terminus of the present county road Cheney & Co., doing business in the city ArJlII..ml. ,. .. .... .11130 I' ..... 3211 a ... ArJaekKflnvllle. .. 6:11I: I' ''' 8111a. .
the H.tulover thence In of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, ,
canal
near a
:
"ood's FlIlS I curellverllls.easytotake., southerly direction to the north line of and that snid firm will pay the sum of You mid Your Grandfather Trains 31.82.37, and 78 betwe n Jack.onvllle A. &; W. nRA (II.an.1 .
to operate. 211 eent
easy Dummitt grove, thence In a southerly One Hundred Dollars for each and every I St. Augustine, dall)'. NORTH 1I0UXlJ.

.. -- direction and In a straight; line to a point case of Catarrah that cannot be cured by Train 209 between :\Ilaml anll Fort Pierce, S'fAT10XS-: XoJ: Xo"0:
-
Are removed from each other by a
the of Hall's Catarrah Cure. span _
use dally Monday.
In the north line of what Is known as except -- _I
Democratic NonilnccH. the Dummitt 013 feet FRANK J. CIIE EY. of many years. He traveled in a. slow All other tralo. 80uth 01 St. Augn.tlne da.lI)' Ar.. New Smyrna 12311p 1131111. .
grove property Lake Helen
while take tbe 123UI' 4IM'I"excel.t .
stage-coach ..
going; ;
due east of the eaat post of a pair of Sworn to before me and subscribed In you Sunday. .. Oranlle City 1211ftl' 331'1' .
the electric
For Frenldunttal Electors : bars now erected at the northeast corner my presence, this 6th day of December, lightning express or car.old I O. City Jnn 1 3111' 3301' .
When he sick he was treated by
of the pineapple patch or orchard of A D 1880. A. W. GLEAHON, was SOU'fH BOlXl! >.
K. A. I1UIIKOUD: of Marlon county. fashioned methods and given: old fashIoned
\V. S. .1 ;:II nNUi.: of Ilernando county said property. The commissioners having [Seal.] Notary Public. medicines, but you demand modern STA'UONS. Xo 3-1 1 ,

ti\'U. 1,. ((JAKTEll, of Aluchim county.J. placed a stake at the southerly Hall's Cntarrah Cure is taken Internally : Ideas In medicine as well as in every thing Lv New Smyrna 20111', 930"1 1l.ake -
..
r"'. WKLBOIiX, of Orango county. terminus of said road which narks the and nets directly on the blood and else. Hoods Sarsaparilla' is the med Helen 2/11'1'/ 111\1a! \ .
centre thereof so far as we have been Lv Or."ue City 3 112'.oa'! .
mucous surfaces of tbe system. Send mod : Olp
icine of It Is prepared by
Fur CoiifrrcHK( 2d Congressional; Dint. : able to ascertain, the road Is about for testimonials, free. tuday. Ar O. City Jnnc. 3051'11 :JOa .1 ,
methods and to its preparation are
JtOBEIiT W. VA VIS. three-quarters of a mile long, is located. v. J. Cheney & Co. Toledo O. ern
,
,
brought the skill and knowledge of modern TL e e Time Table1 show. the time. at which tralnM may be ex..ected to arrive ami "p'anh!'
]For Governor : on high; dry land, through' portions of Sold by Druggists, 75c. science. Hoods Sarsapruilla acts the e, 81,1 .tatton but their arrival or departnre at the tlm .tate(1( 18 not Kllorllllll'Cd. DO"
WILLIAM\ HLOXHAM. sections 20 and 32: township 20, south promply upon the blood and by making the Co :Apan. )' hold It.el! re.pon.llJle for an)' dela)' or any conll8qoence. arl.lnK tllerefunD.J. .
of ranee 30 el18t.I B. ... ."BOTT. J. D. BAHNER.t .
For .'''Mtlce Supreme Court'M1LTOX1I. On motion, it was ordered that the The undertakers of Kansas City are pure, rich blood It cures disease ana establishes '...P..ld.mc. "' ..'t Gen'll'a lltnIfPr Agt'nl.

MABliY.For I land of C. L. Faber, part of Fed1!, bounded having a. rate war, and coffins are being good health.

of : north by Holmes and south by sold for almost nothing. This is a good .
Socretary State :
JOlIS L. UKAWPOIU Strauss, 10 acres, section 32: 23 and 3H, time for Kansas people to lay In n supply, A movement is on foot to bring together
valued at 4>'>, reduced to $401)); C. L. The Tropical Trunk Line
For Attorney lenoi-al : Faber, east-half of southeast quarter except for "coffins are handy things to have In Corbett and Fitzsimmons in Africa.

WILLIAM B. LAMAK. 7 acres, 33 acres, 31, :23, :38, valued the house." If their mission is to fight In a foreign

For *300< ), reduced to $200.:,! ) land, then, In the words of James

W. JI.ItEY Comptroller OLDS.: On motion, It was ordered that the report Dont let anyone persuade you to take Glllespie Elaine, "The foreigner, the bet Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railwa|
of W. J. Alien W. B. llardee and
,
else Instead of Simmons Liver
anything "
For. Treasurer : E. J. Shaddock as viewers on the road Regulator. Some merchants will try to ter. JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE, Receiver.

CLA11ENCE B. COLLINS : from Jensen to south line of the county, do this but not for your !,:ood. They do BOUTH XOIiTHNo. -

For Sujit. of Public Instruction : be accepted, all but that portion relating It to make a little more profit on some It speaks well for nn article when the No.9 No. 21. No.2. I Time Table In Effect Jnly26. 00. NO.3:!. No. 7 \ .

VV. 3J. SI1EATS. to a short branch road which won thing which Is of an Inferior quality, longer It is used the better it is liked. ::::-:::: LncalPlIOp -ooo I.v. .......JACKSOXVJJ.LE.. .... ..Ar 730 a lit 6 .Jill' In
not asked for In the petition, and notices you must pay just us much for the Such is the case with Ayer's Hair Vigor.; ..... .. Mlxe.l 937 p 027 a ...... .....Oranlte Park.. ..... .... 6 110.1\1 6091' 01 Mix
For Commlsslonor of Agriculture; t be posted accoiding to law. bad for the Be to take SI People who have been using It for years, .. .. .. :\10 W'y "t7 I' 034 a .... ,.. ... .. ....I'eorla.. ........ ... ... 6 38 II lit 6 01 P m TII'"
LUCIUS U. WOMI11VELL.miKVAUI Con1lnls loner report : First beginning as good. su re m- .... ....luldFrl .. ... . ...l\lal/'nolla.; ... ..... .... .. .. ...... .... ..

nions Liver Regulator; and nothing else. could not be Induced to try any other .... .... .... 10151' 967a. .....Green (;ove Sl'rlng.. .... ... 600am 631pOl jTbU":
at a point on the south line of the Look for the Red Z on every package. dressing for their hair, because it gives ........ ... .... .... ... .. .. .. n.twlek. ...... .. .,. .... .. .. .
county near the banks of Indian River at such perfect satl factlon. ........ 10 l a 11251' 10 4 a.. .... ..... ...Palatk.......... ... ... 1100 a. 1144npm 82\1\
) COUNTY COM- a stake set by us, and thence running I ........ Jl 2-1... 11621' IIlna ... . .......Sat.um.... .... .... .. .. 426alll 4121'01 21,
Old Husband-"I think I ought to .. .\. .. U 4\1/1\ 12071' II 31a ..... ... ... ..I'omon..... .. ... .. ... ... tlO.m 3118"01 iill
MISSIONKltS.T1TU8VILLK northeasterly along the river banks to ..... .. JII 1111' 11122.. 114811 .... .CreMcentCltyJuoctlon. ...... 311.1aOl 3411'11I I Iill\
the north line of the lot lately owned by make a few changes in my will. young Do not experiment in so Important a .... ... III IIfIp 124011 1201la.. .... ....... ..Bevllle.... .... .... ... 83 all32'lpln 15
li. Smith, this part of tho line follows wife "Don't about It matter ns your health. Purify, enrich ........ 23/1 I' 113a 1:1: 431' .. .... ..DeLeon Bllrlngs... .... ... :J1I7am 2401'0I11D
worry darling. .... .... 320 I' 120a 1:1: II:!.. ... ......... Hlenwood .... .... ...... 240. ... 2Upm: 101
FLA., Aug. 3, la!>0. substantially the road now In use; but Leave everything to me." and vitalize your blood with Hood's Sarsapartlla .. .... 400 I' 145.. 1 Jop .... ........Bere ford...... .... .... 23 am :J15plll IOU

The Hoard of County CommlsHloneni the old location is to be changed In several and thus keep yourself strong: .... .... 4 20 P .. .... J 27p Ar. ...... .... DeLand ...... .... Lv .. ....... 1/\/11'/\/ In. .
places by straightening bends and and healthy. ........ 320 P ........ 1MI' Lvf I Ar ....... ... "2321'11I ,
mot pursuant to adjournment. Present: the road We had a lire In our church the other .. ...... .. .... .. ........ tll 0:;.. .... ......... .F.llterprl e .. ........... .. ........ 9 I am..
W. II. Sharpe, chairman; J. Mendel li.I moving a few feet on firmer .. ...... ...... .. ...... 401l1> Ar .........TJ.fUSVJLLE......... t710am.
). Hoke, J. Houston; A. A. /Stewart, ground. day." "Was. there much loss ?" "No, Hoods Pills the best after dinner ........ ....... ..... .... ...... ... .1'1101.....,............ ... .......
clerk J. E. Bowman Second along the line of Schmld's saved but the are ........ .. ..... ..... .. ... .... .......Sorrento......... ..... .. ... .... ...
nhorlfT.
The following west 125: thence northwest everything was organ. pill; assist digestion, cure headache. 25 ...... .. .. .. ..I. ....... 311II1' .... ... .......1Ift. Dora........ ..... ... ....... t 6... .m.I.
business was transacted to-wlt: place yards, None of the firemen could play on'it." cents. ....... .. ... .... .4 101' Ar....... .. ..Tavares.... ...... ...Lv . ..... "' :iI!a .. .,
The minutes of last meeting wore rend erly again on a straight line to a point I ........ 620 P -J: 311 -IMp Ar.... ..... .. .Banford..... ........Lv J 110 a III >>IV
and confirmed.In on the boundary line between lands of ..... .. .. .. .........Altamnnte Sr.rlng........ .. .. .
B. and G. V. Bonker about 125 ..... .. ..... ...... .. ..... ..... ..Wlnterlark. ....... .... .
the matter of the petition of F. A. Hogg! : SAW ANI> PLANINO :!MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD, ........ .. ..... 6110 a a 301' ...... .. ... ... .Orlando.. . .. ... . J21 pm I1l1 am. ..
liOHley F. Kenaker and 1C. L. Motlow to yards west of the river, said point being ...... ..... .. .. .. .. .. ... ..KI..lmmee. .. ...... .... .
Mill! wlnuH bourn anil liquors In the town whore the west wire fence on B. Hogg's Fiilatkn, FJ.... K. Hay St., Foot of Catherine. ..... .. .. .. .... Ar.... .. ... .Bartow .. ...... .. .
land Intersects the boundary( line. .... .... .... .. Dl a 61111' ....... .. ......Lakelaltll ..... .. .. "1140pm I 030.11I
I of Tltusvillo, puiclnet' No. :2, it appearing WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY ..... .. .... .... tJ230.. 6 301' .. .. .... ..... Il rtow..... .. ..... .. t 4 30 .. m 7 4I!" III .
that Rl\hllll'lII have n majority of the Third, continuing on the same course .. .... .. ., 1130I'Ar..Punt.a Gorda..... ....Lv.. .. .... tllllOlIlII.10110 .
registered voters in said to an Intersection with! the neighborhood! .. .. .... .. .. .... a T 40p Ar.... ... ... .... .fampa..J.v 8001101.
proclnot on road now In use across O. V. Bunker's I . ... ...... ..... .. )lay Hotel. .. .. .
V tliolr petition as nforosulil, and It appearing Manufacturers of .. .. ... ......, II O a 8 201' Ar. .... T"ItIf.a Tam..a. .. .. ..I." 4/\/1/\/ P lit 720 a III....
I that said petitioners!. havo fully land; thence curving westward to near ....... Rnd Thurl 9 3IJp Lv.. ....... .I'nrt 'fom..I1........ .Ar :J 30 P ... and SUD
I 1 complied with the law, therefore it was the }head of a. savannah that extends .... ....1. ; Jo'rhtRY. 301'1' Ar......... .. ..Key 'Ve.t..... .. .L" II 30 I' an/Wed. ond'a!
I. ordered. that n permit do issue, directed north across lands of Bonker and RaceyJ'; Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. # .. .. . Wed an.1 !lltt. 8 IK).. Ar. . .. .. .. Havana. . .. Lv JJ: 30 P tit Wel.( allli !'al.

.1 j to K. W. Hall, tax collector for Brevard thence following around the ,, '.
Dally t Daily except SlInll
)
and. the west side of snld
along
county to issue a stnto and count swamps
.1' vontto to said petitioners for the ..f801l1 keeping the road on nearly level ground A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, colling siding, mouldings, shingles, Trains 23 ,and 78-Through Pullman Bullet Sleeping Cart between New York and I fTampa

1 your ot 181)7, under Chap. 1)), Sod. 8(1(1( ( and well above high water north to the lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress daily. 11:4.1: Oninwi12:4fl
at
Train 23, leaving Jacksonville dally at 8:00: a m., arrives at Hawthorne :
Itevlsod Statutes of the State of )o'lol'ldl1 lot owned by W. J. !tow los, and thence of all Jacksonville at mo! P
\ Deal" L
mouldings patterns a specialty. : I ::3/1. immirg 3:3H: Jtrooksvlllo H: OS p. in. Train leaving
l l 'I Permits were granted to the following curving loft to the present county road arrives at Oakland::1:1: a. m., Laooochee 10:4A: a. m., Tarpon Springs 3:30: p. in., Clearwaur I s
1 !I' persons to carry repeating! rifles: M. A. on the line between section :20 and 27, When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and. see us. m., St. Petersburg 0:40: 1'. m., dally except Sunday.
s. Trains 21 and 3'.1. through Pullman sleeping cars between Jacksonville. and Tampa.
I natural hollow and
.. Mbwart. Winchester:. James. Daniels."WinchcHtor. following a striking ._---_. ACKERLY,
W. B. COFFIN Q. D.
section line near W. G. Gllmor's lot. General Superintendent. General I'.nh'fr" A..

On motion, it was ordered that the. Fourth, north nlong said section line .
---- ----
aootlonal map of Brevard county, prepared and the line between sections 22 and :23/ --
by F. A. Morgan by order of the to near the banks of Indian River; thence HARRY MASON & CO.II.

board, bo accepted! and that he be payed northwesterly in rear of James Holmes' & ailr
The Florida Central peninsular R
$17.1)0) for the sixmo. tenement house along tho river bank to

On motion, it was ordered that It. D. the foot of Main street, Jensen ; thence .

Iloko bo appointed a committee to trace connecting with the public road running I\USON oIj: CG. Jobbers in Fine Imported
out and mark the several precincts of north from that place. In crossing C. F. Short Line between Florida. and all Northern Points.

the county In the county and that Wolf's the location Is five feet east W Bay Street,
mapr lamli Only 133 :Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.
.uoh as has boon advertised incorrectly of a young cocoanut trees, and JACKSOXVJLLE. Liquors and Cigars High
be re-ad vertlsed.Ion. ou J. Soronsen's lot the location Is also Everett Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, B
] M. 8. Jones judge having I along the margin of the bluff.
county East.
made his monthly report for licenses On'motion, It Is ordered that R. J. tlmore, Philadelphia, New York Boston and the

loaned. during the month of July, was examined Colliding$ be and Is hereby appointed Grade Whiskies, Etc. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga., Nashville, Louisville, Clncinwj
nnd approved by the board. ferryman for one year, from the 1st day ,' and Chicago.

The county treasurer having made his of August1, and that he be required to .. City
Everett Birmingham Little Rock Kansas
Holly Springs, Memphis, ,
take charge of the lighter built the
quarterly report ending July 31 the by Whinkles Impnrtod and Dome.tlci i Southern Holle Rook and Rye, ..... ..,. ....from 'J JH) per ftalHnimllen Louis Chicago, Sioux City.
HJUUO was examined and approved by the oounty for the use and convenience of Uomontlo, apple peach blackberry anil peach ami honey. ... .....from '1.BO tier !{nlUlns River Junction Ponsacoln Mobile New Orleans Texas Mexico, Calltoand A
board. the traveling public In crossing Turkey Holland, Old '1'010. etc................ ...... ....... . .. ....... .. from .110 l per (tol; ,
creek at tho place where the county rond Rum ... .. .. ... .. ... .. ..... . .. ..... .. .. ...... .... ......... .... .. ...Jrum Jl.flOper Mal the Pact tic Coast. Effective. April 1O, 18OU.
On motion J, Mendel and J. Houston Wines Port, Sherry. Catawba Muscatel Claret, etc., from ... ,... ... ...... ....tl.ooper lIal; leave J,,*,
weie appointed a committee to burn the crosses said creek, and to put persons ('Iareta-Flnest tirands............. .. ...... ... .... .............. ........... from (2.2.'i per case New York E.. No.with 38 Through! WW I
warrants turned over by the treasurer aft horses and teams across said: \ crook, upon lluttletl lieer ., ...... ......... . ....... .. .... .... ..... .. . .{torn $1 JO: per doa. vllle Sleepers 7:30 for a. Savannah.m., Sally, Columbia WM""}"
per 1I0116l1ule. The committee reported I their application, without charge for Qy: All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. Baltimore, Philadelphia" New York. ,,

having performed their duty, naked to said service; and. that lie be paid $25: per Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without extra Kastern points. ( ounect. for. teniM"Arrives

be discharged, which was accordingly year monthly by the Board of County cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will Jacksonville 11:00p.m.New :

done. Commissions, upon the first Monday In not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. 'York Fust :Mali! NO. 38. :

Ou motion, It was ordered that the each mouth upon the approval of the Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO., Jacksonville 8:fift p. m. dally for .""",'* J bd
Am"sonvllle
Supervisor of Beglittration, '}'. J. Cockahutt road commissioner for that district that 301, 307, 3UO, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE: FLA. ern points 10:29: and a. m.for I'eruaudlna.!
bo Instructed to visit the several he has performed his duties faithfully to -

new precincts of the county for the pur- his agreement.On *

poSit of registering such as have lost motion,' it is ordered. that D. Cain Labor Saying I Economical Incombustible I Country Only Lino of Middle Through Florida the,BeAntlfll.I.If.1"1:: ...
their certificate of registration and be and Is hereby appointed ferryman for KscitinblH. Leave Jacksonville nil
transfer such voters require Ir, under one VAftr from the lafc' liw nf -AncriiRf" :, for Lake City, Live Oak MA'U""IO.I )Ij1,,
.a.
1800: a -dt.hat 8 bo required to take Tallahassee, River Junction Pern: ;'; I
!&.. the law, as the district registration officer New Orleans I and the 'southwest,
cannot register or transfer them, and charge of the lighter built by the county "PAINTOFF. fornla and the Partita Coast. Carrio' 81
that he be allowed a compensation there for the use and convenience of the traveling Arrives Jacksonville 7:03: .. m.
public In crossing St. Sebastian

for.On motion It was ordered that the order river at the place where the oounty road -

of this\ board passed! at the July crosses said river, upon their application, (Patented America and Europe.) Leaves Jacksonville 9:M a. m. fo StArU.. l'II'

meeting and numbered A, page 557, of without charge, for said service; and thorne. Silver Spring:, Ocala, lain iII v P".
the minute book be amended that he be paid *:tO per year monthly, Key Wlldwomi, Leeslmrg Tavares. L'i,'
the words, "without so exp ase as expunge to by the Board of County Commissioners, Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces, Tampa.Orlando,Arrive Lacoo Jacksonville hee: Dade 3.44 City.: p. \.

the oounty." upon the first Monday of each month,

On motion, it was ordered that the report upon the approval of the road" commissioner -

of X. .1\[. Fish and R. I* Uixon, of that district that he has per Chemically, Instead of Burning Off.I'AINTOFF" I Limit*!. Le*** J
Cincinnati and Florida T
who were appointed by the board to review formed his duties faithfully according to '."." II A._ (!I sonvllle 6:00: n. m. Solid Vestibule ta'Ji'"OIlIDA
mark and the best agreement.On I : little 20 hours to .
layout practicable CIJITIW. a over Clnclnnatl'rV".b"r' :
Is a reKI.te.red trade of In
name a new discovery chemistry and is protected'
motion It Is ordered that the semiannual Atlanta. t
route for a proposed rood from C. by letter patent, of the United States, K. JJaddox's north line to W. F. Dlion's road report ofV.. II. Sharpe of patient renearch and experiment with the purpose In view of finding a cheap simple and active Arrive Chicaao Jacksonville: .:311" I.
CNWSULM .
south line; they having performed their which was examined and found correct volrent of old pajnt and varnish that would supplant the old method of bun nS aua scraping off f ..|. ,.
the "same. .MConacctlans.

that duties they be be accepted discharged and 'Approved and that, and the be On approved raotl.and. the tiled.following bills were Gilmore Son, Painters and Decorators, Jack80nv'nle. Fla., write: "\Ve have -- .... Ct

legal notices ba posted as required by audited and ordered", to be paid : given Pain to tt a trial, and can say that in 43 years experience a* a painter It is the "..'n.. Holly Springs Ronte. St.Lon18. Ita. .
best paint remover in the market." -- ". -_ .. Chicago. Leave JacksonvilleMaoon 1'&P
law. W. II. Sharpe county com., . 900J. Atlanta, BlnnlolfllaW.11
Report:-Beginning at W. F. Dixon's Mendel. .. aoutli .. as a painter for 25 take pleasure In .... City and St.Lo01l.&lid 0011 to Chicago and ..
line, passing across his place in a J. Houston, . 1320 practical years great indorsing ..on.vlll. 8:311.. one change
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curved line side 1I0ko.h . 2 to the west of margin of R. D. :15 po nw-Local for EYe...". Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and qu'1.. i
the Spratt grove, thence running north J. E. Bowman, sheriff . MOO W. Lansdell, of;Hall, Hlldltch A: Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville, 11:50 8:18 P.P. M.-Local for TaUahassee. and Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville t: SjaJO

along the margin to 'tha north end of J. E.. Bowman, jailor's feen . 30 OO) F14., writes: "Slaving given Palntoff thorough trial, pronounce It to be a H.-For Atlanta.Tampa twoTralns and Intermediate polnU.' PnUinan sleepers. ""nlTeJacksonTI&IIII' P- ".
grove, thence through: hammock to west J. E. Bowman, dellv. regls.: books 14 00 perfect success, and to be all you claim for It." ...,1 A.-/S2,0'?"*t**.. '""? Tampa for Dally.Braldentown Leave Jacksonville and: Manatee 1:30 Blver: a. m.points. :

of margin of the W. A. Brush grove J. E. Bowman, fdg. county dogs, 4 00 Pullman Sleepers on all Mght Trains.y .
Send and Testimonials to
along the J. E. Bowman 15 40 ;;:r for Ctrc.ulan
margin to Beggs place, across pris. : Bend for Best Indexed Township Map of Florida to
the I3eggi place to the west of margin J. E. Bowman, Janitor . . 9 00 South-Eastern States Palntoff
Company N. S. PE."iNL"iGTON LL.
ef big grove' of W. Brush, along said /. R. Bowman dellv. regts. book :30 00 A. O.' ) cDO

margin about half way; tbence In a F, S. Chaff, medicine for pris. 2 801) St. AU8u tlne'lla. I Traffic Manager. General pa tDger! M





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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST D1. 1896.jfessional 3 ( .


Cards. CALL FOR A UKFUKLICAN '1

COUNTY CONVENTION.MKUIOUBXK !\ Notice.In .. '

' RoDal!!.. WALTEB 8. GUR.UI.IYS Oranges i
a,1 the Circuit Com In end} fur Krevnnl}
GRAHAM .
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4: ., THEPLANT
: 'LA. i'loiUin.!
July ll,'ftii. County,
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ATTORYEYSAT.LAW.Hou A call is hereby Issued fOil a Republican _....... -Iv t'U.AhU'UIY 1
County Convention to be held in Aaron A. IH>liriuw, are heavy feeders of Potash.
!:-From to 12 a. m., the town of Melbourne l'.ml.lalnant.
p10 at Stewnrt'a Vt!. 1 Potash exerts a marked influ
and 2 to 4 Hall, on August Isth, 1SUO\ at /5 o'clock MUMMKlt: TOURIST RATES; : 8.June, a* administrator I
CSVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida p. m., to nominate a full county ticket, with the ence on the quality and quantitY

,s.IOII..ractlra. members of the Legislature and Senate, will annexed of Charluii of the Theodore entale Hill to FnrarloitoMinor SYSTEM. of the fruit. Florida soils

( 10 all the c..urttate and fed come and transact before" Much the convention.other business as may To East Coast Ocean JJosortM.: Verbuke de and hoiiiMnun UKailiulnlstratnr ;\I..rljae.! being largely deficient in Potash

for examining and perfect- Deluirates the estate of j
.1 r.cllltl88 to the county convention will be selected riMiinienrlnir May i, 111181. and l contlnulinc >mll John upon. ,of Itrevaril a heavy application of a
i [Ii! Utlea. In the usual manner-by primary lu each : .'I.t. 30., lee I\mn.l-trll' tickets will lx wild county, Florida' and {
precinct, called by the to Ht. AiiKiiHtln, onnoiiil. U..ytomlan.1 New Clara. Margaret \'erlieke fertilizer containing not less u
Republican Snvrna at rau tihown Iwlow ticket to lwlimto.l
precinct
CAUY.ELWES, committee-or in case there Is no tt> October SI IWHI. Tlcke.s; fur chltilreiibutwiHiii Ih'liindantjt.Tl J A'KO.! .'VI LI.IoI. Ft.".,.July IS,.Mill. than 13: % ofActual
live aiut twelve of will liaMitel I > Clara Margaret Vcrlwka i
.I precinct committee in years age
NOTARY PUBLIC, any precinct, the ut an -lialf thvou rates, ouch OOUMMI to I appearing by the nniduvll of I>. I..Oaiildcn. MOHHI B. II. Hopkins,
delegates may be elected at a mass meet- lw larked>& p''II'h"I'' IT attorney for CiiuinlHlna, >it, Him I lu tin can', }'I". TIIMH. Ajrt. L. till N.
STATE AT LARGE. ing or primary called by any three (t..h..tor will mill four no-Htent utatlonii.roiu that the U..I".hmt.ltllrllltret:. \ \Verleke U. L. Todd, 1>lv. Pass Aft*.. } Potashshould
Republicans of said precinct. > "tat",.... whom rates are nut ln"wn. u niluctoni renlile' without the Mtitte' at Florida, and with-,
The wan HUB rate from station neat preceding nit the United" 81.fttt's. and that she n>nliln. In riant; :System
Ipcwrltlng' taxes paid for non- chairman and secretary of such I England, at nonio plate imknnwn to allluiit, and Jacksonville, Fliu: be made. The best
Ints rents and accounts collected, primary or mass-meeting shall forward hat there In no person lu the State of Klorl.luhe .
Etc.. I Coirespondence solicited. certified list' of delegates elected to the r; bind service the.add of ili'feixlHiit a HiibiiMiuA. | Clara upon' Margaret whom would Verwke Gentlemen:-It Is with pleasure we groves in the state will bear

(nsville, Florida.ILLEIt previous secretary to of the this meeting committee of the three county days TO I e 51 if o M! twenty-one; and that years.It said.ilefuuilent. U over the aloof bog to !advise you that '\\'e. the transportation testimony to these facts. ; '

convention. mn I" therefore or."rothat. the until tloConil-. committee of Jacksonville circular hnnm"
Credentials
of the delegates :dBa Our psmnhlao are ant advertising; *
ant (lara Margaret Vmrwke tin al'|>. KENNARD lea pclal ar* **
must be 1 practical
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; signed by the chairmanand n Division Uniform
onioe Rank
No. 2
Clerk' at Tltiuvllle, llravartl county K. of P., jm 101...r*rMarch on Ih* ] faniUiatlnn.and i
FROM
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secretary of the primary or nuss- I i.J.I'k".lIvlll. "Klorlila to answer ilnmiir.or plead to the ,"'m. an rally .....plul to farm.... Whey are runt free bl
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ARCHITECTS. meeting at which said l>lll,onwr hufore the 7th day. of after n thorough Investigation of the ..h.
they were elected. ..... .. .. .. 21K1 525 11110 U25at. \ Soptender, A. 1) IHMI. And It Is further onlnreil aakiuv. *
The different precincts are entitled to Augustine .... .... .. .. 4 45' 8 714.1\ that l this notice lw pnlilUheil In the IIII1IAMRlvxa various routes to the Biennial Mooting GERMAN KALI WORK I
Lt Const business will have prompt the following representation! : Hastings ........ .. ... 1 all :1 113 :2 1M' II 113 ADVIIOATR. a n"wr|>aii..rinlilli"heil In the y j Nassau i>..,N.w> YorkThe ,
East 1'lll\tka .... .. 1x) 2le1: 241\ 11301..latka. said each of Lodge K. of P. at Clove- I
onro' week for Supreme
county eight OOIIHBCU-
tiun.OI'A. Precinct No.1, LaGrange 2 .......... .. Ta 9: 30 :2 I 113 8 :111: the week ,
FLORIDA. 2, Titusvllle, 4 Mateo...... ........ '10 222141/ 9 25Espanola. Witness the lion.,ful.n. t>. Hroomo, .luilun of land, Ohio, have doodled! that on account Largest and I Most Complete -
3 Point .... .. .. .... :I::111 115 140 215Favorlta. the said court, thwwnirt hoime At Tltunvllle( ,
City 2 .... .... ... :I liB tIl\ IIl\ 1 10Touulka. Florida, till thu Jn.l, of of superior and schedules In
day July A U 1HUII advantages South.Manufacturers .
4, Hockledge, 3 .......... .. .?. 1\41 110Orm..1 Establishment
| s. JONES 5, Eau Oallie, 3 ..... .. 4.1 ... .. 441 1151Dnytnna. [SEAL] A. A. STEWART each direction, to name as our Olllclal
mw 0 .. ... ..... .... "0. .... 7/1/ Clerk of milil Court.
.. tI Melbourne, 4 Port Urnnlle.... .. ..., :./\ 7.\' all IMI j1l13l\nJt\1 H) C. U. Stewart D. (. Route the following: Plant System to GEO S. HACKER &: SON '
7 Malabar ,
2 I Spruce Crtt"k...... .... V M U.. 441TurnllllllIlIY.
\TTORYEY.ATLAW.'SVlLI.E 8, Sebastian, :2. ... .... 2JI 1 (MI 7.\' ... Montgomery, Louisville Nashville IVy '

BREVARD CO., FLA "" (II, St. Lncio, :'it' Lake New Snivrna ::':: : :..2 ;30 0 9 110 a5 1 Its Ml .1'li4 Sheriff, Sale.UNDER Uv Cincinnati, mill PeniiHylvanlii K'y to
10, Eden, :3 :III :9 SO 9>> 0/\/ 1 It.IIrllIlt \.
[mnty Judge of Brevard County. 11, Fort Drum, 11 I 3<<1 2 441 2 1.\' 9: (m Cleveland. As to date of departure we
o u 12 ..... 113 11.\' 110 ... ... and by virtue of an execution sued,
: Narrows, 2 : ".." .2 7/\/ 1344 111) 1\41 the ('niinty Court for Hrevaril. noun will advise later: and we earnestly H
II 13, roortfUn.i, :2. Oak (M! I 110 1 311 71II..t \ t'. In a certain mane, then depending. you ,
QAULDEN 14, Merrltts, :2a' : ;, :905 1544 1 110ealst (/ wherein, Smith l on A Vlelil. were .. hope that all other Divisions throughout -
L. .. U Canaveral 1 : ; .3.' 7n 2311) 2 (1/1/ IIMI ant and H. H. hay wiut defendant I have Ievledupon 11'a'
a ) 200 :9 I 211141 and will Hull at pnhllo outcry In front of the State will join us at Jacksonville
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A TTORYEY.A T-LA W.I 1(1( Haulover, 1 .4 15 2 M :9 411 111/1)/ the court house door at TltunvlllH, Florida.. upon
e' 17, Spruce Bluff I Hdon..4 110 II 112'NI' 211\ Monday the 7th.clay of Heiitomlwr, IMM" to and proceed In a ho.ly.Ve desire
ll I practice In all the Courts of the State 18 Ankon.i City \ .215 .151 Z25 the; highest and boat. udder for uaxh, the fol-
J-rich, ,and the United States Courts. t' 2 Cut 'a ss II 011\ II 20) 241\ IowI11g1leacriiledreal. e"t.ta, belonging' to the to go Into Cleveland on a. Solid Vythlantrain.
|>.Box. 23lI. TITUSVILLK, FLA. 111, MIcco, :l. .. 11\ II 7/1/ II 1\41 2 7.\' defendant ti>*wltiUeKlnnlnR
to Loan. 1 u 20, Banyan, 1 '.: ( 4:111 4ft111:111: at a point 80 feet east of the nontll- I
Money let :.\VhlteClty 1 1M) 4 no 4 21II 1\41 went corner of lot 10 block K, of the town of Yours
truly
35 4111470 316 Titusvllle as per Leharol\'s map thence fromsaid very ,
:2J. : Woodley, 1 I'I .... .7 / 5 iso 1121414) starting/ point go east along the north elite I Signed! :
FREEMAN HALL JAS. T. Hooo, R. W. GOODK <<1 .'\ IIlII till 4110 of Main street 411 feet, thence north AO feet tn t t
45 II 11/1/ 1111I1 II 46St. / the north boundary' line of lot 8 uf said. lilmik K, lou B. Ashcraft, of !
Secretary. Chairman. 11\ 8 711 II 4.1 II 70 thence west 44 root,thence south 110 feet to the James S"unllel'R.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Fart 1.lerce............ 100: II 11II 6 W5 11II platte of Ixiurlnnlnic!: ,being a portion of lots No, I
North llkolll.,....,.. 10117 111 6 IMI 6 15Ankona 8 I and 10 of block K, of the town of Tltimvilla. J. It. Tinous.' Doors Sash Blinds
..........".... 1011/1/ 72J1 TINI tl 25tien. / JAS. K. BOWMAN "l'. II. lioguo, ,
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A; INSURANCE AGENT .: ............. ..". 101.1 751 725 d50.loosen
........ ..... 1111/1/ TOO 7:11I 6M [ul31an4 Sheriff Hrevaril Co. Committee.
Hot 'b. Seen Stuart. .. ....." .... .. 11 25 t0 M Silo Moulding and Building Material.
[miHvlllo, Florida. "And ao they were married! Alicia:........... ..... 11 nn M 1OS T W T 10 (
I Clomox ........ .... 11 HO 40 8 15 7 4o r
all the best The fair young girl softly closed the Kobe Hmiml........... lion: 8 (10 .... .. 7110 Office and \Varerooma; King! Opposite
presenting and
stiong- Wnat.7udter. .. 12351J2I 510 l 570 705 : TI-IIS :
book
she had been reading and inserting
insurance Companies. Is preparedrite West Itoarh; ::::: ) 9 75 u noo 8 75 Cannon Street,
linos to any amount, anywhere another chocolate caramel betweenher Lantana.............. IJfIll: 10 20 un 0 20
Ilia East Coast.ILAYSB pearly teeth devoted herself to maiden HnyntnnTjtnton .............. 1395: 10 40 10 in 9 40
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........... .., .. 1410 10 (in 10 40n 9 HA Charleston S. C.
meditation and mastication. Frogre.n. .... .... ... n 20 11 H5 40 10 tin ,
"And no they were married! she repealed Fort Lauderdale..1530. 117111141 1075/ Woven Wire Cot
DAY, DARK COL1 Biscayne .......,.... .. 1H151A35/ V 70 12 45 11 To
fl. dreamily, tapping the novel In l..mllnClty......".... U: IN) 12: 115/ III'!' > Sash Cord and
W. SWAN\ her lap with her slender white fingers. Miami.... ........ ... 1054)' I.:) 10 12 xn 1210: Weights,

U. S. COMMISSIONER "FaughI" exclaimed her aunt, Mrs.
J. D. EARNER
Notary Public State at Large. Divorsay of Chicago. "Those namby Hardware. i
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An't Geuoral .... Agent. $1.49
I.\mil Selected; Conveyances made. pamby love stories are sickening. One is
exactly like another and all are totally I.
ti-pspondenco solicited. Address: -- - Window and Fancy Class I.i
1 Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove,. unlike the real life article. And so they Sheriff Sub.U i

Office, Ewan's Landing. were married eh? And of course they A SPECIALTY.
lived happily ever afterward. They always I, .1, t
NDER and by authority vented In me ly
do--on paper at leant virtue of an execution Imiiiail out of tlio
[EORQE w. ALLEN "Yes, they were married and lived Circuit Court, In and' for Urovnril, oiiiinty. Sand Agent for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. ;
Florida on the 4th day of May: A I) 1HINI' for the. Fly Nets
happily ever afterward the young girl urn of'1.7NI.lIII'amajte.: .and (4 HO cost, In favor 1
murmured. of the State Hank of Kau': Ualllo a coriiorivtlon V
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, of the State oC Florida, In a suit pending In WILLIAM CLARK !
"What nonsense I Nonsense t" exclaimed said court. whuroln the nalil State Hank of fe.aulallltt Agt.

lyWest, Florida. Mrs. Divorsay. ( In plaintiff and h:. U. Vlvoll and M. l". ,
Mount are defendants I have levied UIMHI and
"Nonsense? repeated the fair young will Hell at public outcry In front of the courthouse 69c. PLUMBER, STEAM & OAS FITTER,
pi practice In the United StatesI girL "Why,nonsense? You haven't. rood door In 'TltiiHVllle Itrevaril county
I State Courts. ; this story and do not understand.The "Florida on the 7th day of !Hopteinlnir A 1> 1HIU Hoofing and Sheet Iron Work.
OjuuOo you In
thta tract of land lying liravard county, I
scene of this novel, auntie," she State of .Florida to-wit: Pumps, Piping and Drain Pipe, Duth
continued with sarcasm of zero coldness A strip 77 feet wide off the south Hide of se".-
LEX tlon 13 townahip 27, south ; 97 east. Said Tubs Water Closets and Wash Stands.
ST. CLAIR-ABRA3IS & SON the ,
L "ia not laid in Chicago. -Truth. strip or land extending from Atlantic ocean I

ATTORNEYS to more the" or Indian less River alHO ,.II\and the plnespplea eye growing acl'tls.. ....Electric Bells.... I ,
-AT-LAW, When They Drew the Urn. ;
upon Raid land; levied on as the property of the
pACK90XVILLE AND TAVARES, FLA.mil "May I offer you a stick of gum?" defendant M. F. Mount and will be said to F. A. Pellerin & Co. No. 3/1/ Forayth Street, I f
asked the traveling man in the skull. satisfy sold execution jllIlKment and coiitn.Tre .
\ continue to practice in the courts .pawieri removing any of sail property Jacksonville: Florida.
J the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All cap by way of introducing himself to will be dealt with according to law. I f

IsineBs before the United States and the passenger in the seat directly in July 23rd 18W) ).

lttt Circuit Courts will receive the front of him. JAS. F.. BOWMAN FURNITURE, WHOLESALE Choice t"1

faonal attention of Mr. Alex St. The other man turned around lookedat Sheriff liravard county and RETAIL. Wines Liquors J 'J
ir Abrams D. L. Oauldon k
the proffered article and shook his dl11
head. Attorney for llalntlir. jn4) 'op4 and Cigars. ,I rl

"I-I beg your pardon" he said. "I (COlt. CLAY & ADAMS STREET,) Guaranteed Pure. I I

manufacture that I never chew it.
gum. Mantcr's Sale. Sold at reduced
ODGES & GODFREY But if yon will join me I will open this price .:
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box of candy I bought just before I got Jacksonville Florida.Southern, I
and by virtue of a decree of fore- Imported
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Manufacturers of on the train. UNDER and .ale, Issuing out of the Circuit Win,
The traveling man looked at the labelon Court for Hrovnrd county Florida wherein Tokay
Aaron A. UeUrauw I I. and Mon- from Italy. "
complainant I
ellol Pine Lumber the box and shuddered. tellui Hardee. II ilofundant, I will mill\ at |>ublo
"We make that candy,"he remarked in front of the court house door at !
his shoulders. ''I touch '1Itll"vllle. Florida during the legal hour of! John B. Togni i
shrugging never dale,on the First Monday In rWiptxmber, A 11ImW I
ROUGH *: DRESSED, it." to the highest and best bidder for cash. the. Metropolitan. Saloon, 12.1: East Day St., 'f I
range Boa I following dumrlbed' real estate, situated In 11...- :
better
Heads became
acquainted
Subsequently they
vard county State of Florida, to-wltt led ((5) JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA !
Fruit Vegetable Cratoi. over a small bottle, of whose live, of section lleleven( township. 37, south :f" ''
ranIC8 oil Bantcontaining. 4'llMl-loo acre*' or .0 Railway.ABSOLUTELY WholtnmU and Itetall. ... t'
.lImber delivered at any part of Indian River I contents they possessed none of the secrets much thereof a.* may be sufficient, to realize the m :
or lading. Anyone contemplato of manufacture. Chicago Trib- amount due the complainant' and costs of .

T.throttdg1hrg A: K., W." Ry..the The, miles Sa mill south is of situated'alatka.well on the to une. suit,etc. OKO. M. ROKRIN9, THE SHORTEST ROUTE. FURNITURE *#=t ,

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A Pcnonal FMnlterltr.. aug7- ep4 Biwolal Master.TwA .

itSulna}lights, Putnam co.,Fla. The man who prides himself '
young DINING WHOLESALE and RETAIL. ... ;
on being original was talking to Miss THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS f

ATIONAL Cayenne. CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES, ,.
"Your mother seemed very much

ome-Seekers amused at that little story I told her VESTIBULED TRAINS. l

last night," he said self approvingly.

EAL "Yes she replied. "Ever since I .". :
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wr.wr.All
ESTATE EXCHANGE. MOnTH AND EAST NORTH AND ;
can remember mother has laughed I"

whenever she heard that story. "- H.., ." 1If... .IS .Nn.. 13: .. '
Exchanging Washington Star. > V_ V. M. 1"'..' No. TAll :IM't
Property for Property a OTI& TraJM Dall,.. Llm'td. Fast Trains 'IIJ'' and 'Florid.Hall. :
Peclalty. Send Description of what sign of 0.,,.. .. AS8S3iFor Cleft Kpr*..' .

"a have, and what you want. "Love, do come here and sea what r ..** .
l0fnrmaHoa and fr Handbook writ*to
ALABAR baby's drawing on this paper. If he HUNK COMi 8.......*"'. NW Y..... t.'ell.vtlle. F.O.*P.......... llOam O .spm L:;: jMkMniYlll; F. O. a P 746 pin ai> am
Indian River, FLORIDA. Old.*t ImnM for *0enrln.patent In Amarte .. B........, H.mrhern .W.-l'm I 40 am
isn't going to be the greatest genius you Z T paont(alun out by u*I* lm'>mht tefn: Lv Everett: I'.0. A P.......... 10 87 am 1111 pm 610 'f I! ,

C. C. CARROLL, ever saw'"I .j D7 a s utie riS La ."Bavu'ah, F.C.a1P. _........ aaspre ti n pm Ar... M AlUat oon. .8oiili.ruam' "... A IU> am 811i t pmf. pm

don't see anything in that scrawL gtmiititLwinw muicau t."OOhl..bla,80oth.D.......... 6.pm tOO are c.a.tan..a." .... .12611 pm 41U am UIr
Real Estate Agent. Asnineeti ..,. A. O.. 7 III am 7 8U pm
What on earth is it, anyhow? CharlottBoath'n.. .......... --p- 170 sit .. kuotb.rD" dim Tau: pm r
"Mortimer I'm ashamed of :yowl I *etrralaXnn of any ..HmUflnworU. ppr In the ......... .41 .40 Louisville _
am
IendWl Illiutrmtwl. NunuuTiboota luau....set Ar WMh'l'n, kratb'D. pin rw.-MTaDta.: .-OO-am .. .
IneapPle, Orange and Lemon Can't you see that the darling is draw b* .. the:I.. .EUNN 831.00"' a 1r.BaI.llAOre.Pa..B_........ /OOsmllSIpm Ar.Blrmin1.hamAnnthernII40, : pm '"..,..... ,
'1.40"*A <14 00.. .........
"'"rt MompliU. K. O. M. W 10 i'"U1L"ftTt1R1S
Land For Sale Cheap. ing an art poster? -New York Press n pA.ee ,a.a Wu.dwg. .hew wa Clt7.:: ...Pb11a.pblaPa..a...........10 U_ (00 Ml lUa.UI: .K.O.r.M.M. ( ::MWI pm pro .........r.

1rM.wYorhPs.14L...._.. ._... It 48pm Sham .. .. .. . ... .. .. .......
If_ .. \ '.' ,; -

I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple WEAK MEN MADE VI60ROUS .......... s1.. "..... .f the *..,..- 11 Daily. f

and on St. Lucie river, a few miles be- :I ALEX XEAB. ERNEST TAYLOR. f.tr..III." Bttvannah.. ) .r.Jo. PH."............: TMpm 11 M pm QUICK TIME TO ALL \r '

".w Eden, 40 of which being northeast NEAR & TAYLOR, Oolnmbla. rViatBrn........., .. S tn ....
' tf. epart.nborg. .. .. .... .. 11 4S aID POINTS NAMED. t 4
carter of northeast quarter of section Successors* to John McAllister.) it At..AAllaevtlle, JuL: TIlD... a 40 pm of ever,. ttourlptlon.. Write a
township 38 (toY..A.eIaewtl... 1;.. Tim.. 1IW pm for price might pitld oa ." order over
south of range 41 east; .. H 10 .
'lie' other 40 Is the northeast quarter Artesian Well Contractors, ("MT. .a4Y.'DAY. IO"0 ( ....Ctscln.atl.kDO.vl 4.1; C............ 14 pmT am ,ISA* K. M. rKTTIMO. ,f

,'f Southeast quarter of section 3, EAU CALLIE, FLA. mat PEFFER'S HERVI O I Did! Short train leave Evrtt far. Bron.wl*.. a* TOO: a. m. Omtlf.' Through Pullman .1.*...", 14 East hay Bt. .rACK80 V1LLIC. IT LA
'>* .... A.h...tll..
n hlp 38 It quit-sir Ursa all fMluonvUla to Unolanatl
south of 41 east. fall wToisns
range otbr pro realq%*t m i old (
The above land ..recover'oethfnlvim_ Ab..l.tel "aa_ For full information, apply to any Agent or this great Railway Advertising, to be Buccessful must +
can be bought for $10 aa_ Ie c...JI....__ ..... talair. of
be continuous. The rough edges
er wre. It I Is .njtabWfor I........, Iek.IF Im/NMe. La.4.._... System or its connections.
pineapple, Wanted-An Idea ZggjS alt5.r..a. 7.11155 -W.. _aalaf DIM skepticism are not ground down In a 'j
range, lemon or lime ._ ....a r7.e407: .1 abuse ot1 ..M..r.N No business be
growing. 9ndl.eM4e. w.ds lermty and J. M. GULP B. H. HARD WION day. can prOllperouawithout
enn.qmpllv GREEN
Will be V r:=: lion's 1.5d I" Im_....,nb'.I.' ..... V. A. TURN W.B. I
J sold In lots of 40 acres, for =J516 $: '00 MwaN t ..b...Fuserprust Inw'Op Oaa O m.Pads .&e..... OeD..11............. TralBa. Ma.(.r. AM. G.. PaM. Af.., continuous advertising.What **

w"This land will soon be worth t50 .5..4 bust SW. b.adr.d'lav.atea. wC-- Caac.be.11:. 1.."'._..VI_1'n... ...d...........roe....II.... .....-.D. a w......-...D. Q W.eblaate.. 01 AtUwta, Ov the f
.er acre. _. .. ;..____A.w r 1l-r* do you need In way of
,,_ Ie _..... !.>. W. D. ALLEV, envelopes, note and letter heads, bill
Apply to C. n. Walton, ADVOCATE -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, ,av ttr.. .:z. : .rWLPMB(.* Aca heads, statements, tags, cards etc ?

I.'w; or to Bobbins A Graham, Titustf No. one, t3; No. two, $10; No. three, *13TItu 513 ".. Uf .....JACKBONTILLB, FLA. W. shall be glad to have a share of your s''
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Palatka E. J. Triay, Jacksonville W. congress saw fit to change this ratio to Established 183. WAntoc1-a: -
-f. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. + one month to serve before the next ; ; 1\1at:
and 16 to 1 and the two metals remained at
A. McWIlliams, of .St. Augustine; In every section at
regular town election. It is not L. C. Mannoy, of Orlando. I this ration until 1873, when silver was L. BARBOT & CO. goods dealers; no once to Sell IIJ,'

), Office: Washington Avenue, Tituiville long to wait till this election will The above party arrived ]here on the demonetized, and at that time silver was unnecessary; best peddling side line;expedL!
1 take place in the ordinary course East Coast train the same afternoon, and at Sets premium. I think it was a great month. Salary and ih(j
j Indian River, Floiida. national calamity when silver was demonetized General Commission. expenses or III'
of events, and as our present officials they were met at the station by JudgeM. commission made. Address
the S. Jones and Capt. W. II. Sharpe, of ; we kept the precious metals at N. stamp for sealed \\ltl12! C(
i'J are serving town efficientlywe the County Democratic Executive committee a parity for 80 years, and it can be done :r3 ..., ..., N. U2 d and particularsClittosS' !It,'
,, A ;fig A WEEKLY: JOURNAL: DEVOTED: : TO TUB DBVCLOFMBHT : see no reason why things shouldnot and several other prominent again. The great and all-wise Creator a: a 7p g N g Pti a:> U2 CI;> -3 :N g. -+ natl, Ohio. Company, Ul*
"r 1 or Tun INDt4N: UIVBK, LAKHWOKTII be permitted to remain "in democrats, and wens escorted to the Indian gave us the two metals gold and silver, cdc -
1 1 AND 1IIHOAVKK BAYlROTtONL statu River hotel, where their want were which have been user as money ever goad ap" ; --
+ l quo. well looked after by Manager J. A. Hap. since the days of Abraham, Isaac and i .t ra a"w
< I ii' ', PUBLISHED EVEn FRIDAY. persette. Jacob, and our fathers! made gold\ and' J. S. JOHNSON CO

SOUND MONEY.Notwithstanding Before the meeting took place the Tlttinille silver the money of the constitution. 329 & 331 t Poydras St., ,I
t Silver Band rendered some lively With both we can pay our debts, but NEW ORLEANS, Manufacturer of -_
CHAM. H. WALTON, Editor & Proprietor.
"t d l' nt'lrrtlons both on their bund! stand and :, with gold alone our country will soon LA.
I >' the eloquenceof in the Opera House, which was fairly become a moneyed aristocracy. There ( Canal Bunk.Metropolitan. ....Fishing' SupplieS
I 1 1' .8nbearlptlon.. Messrs. Massey\ Triay and 1\1 ac. well lllled with an Intelligent,: audience Is not enough gold In the woild to pay REFERENCE I 1 Ilnnk. .
; ( a Twelve months, $1.50! Williams, we still number ourselves composed of ladles and gentlemen-followers our debts. I want an honest dollar, Commercial Agencies t
" I six i 1.00 .of the gold and silver platforms. which Is us kind to the laboring man
.. t'' Three |:J ". .BO among the sound money democrats, 'fhe chair was worthily/ tilled by Dr. who produces the wealth as ic Is to the [Remember, the AUVOOATK:, Titus-
and have not yet "flopped" over. Introduced man who holds it In Investment. A dollar -
Single trig) '.6 K. K. Wilson, who the lIon. vllle, does all kinds of job pilnting. Giveus
, i ,strictly In advance. It was the object of these gentlemen H. ,V'. Davis: amidst some enthusiastic which Increases In value is not an a share of your vrotk.]
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',," !' L11 I to show that the poorer cheelln Unfortunately, the honorable honest dollar: because as the dollar increases Cotton and Linen Netting
:I i ij R classes-that is the earners gentleman was prevented from Riving an In value property and all the -Send to the ADVOCATE office and Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. ;FIb an,,
'! : Is wage address owing to his having a ball cold, products of labor decionse. get free Information respecting the new Tackle of
: I The above rate I Iholnilo the payment of poutH every Description; ;n,0;,
: 11, r' ; Hulmcrlptlinm can commence any time -would be greatly benefited by which ho said he caught in St. August The above am my views on some of waterworks system for houses, farms, Lines, nods, Keels, Sinkers, Baits
I'of.) I' (.luring the y..r.I' the free coinage of silver, but tht'.r1id ine through sitting/ in a aught alter the Issues of the day, but as I have said, 'etc.. No overhead tanks used. This is B3T TAltrON TACKLK A ; etc
not explain! very satisfactorilyhow leaving the hall. However, he promisedto should I be elected, I want to consult Raid to be a fine Invention. Circularssent SI'CI.\LT
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j ( rl return to Tltusvlllo in :September.Mr. with my people and ileA what is best. to any part of the south, free. Baltimore, Md.
the benefit to be obtained.
3I '.{' + 1I1."Un\l"nr.e of mlvtsmeetbena.le per was ( Davis was followed by Mr. A. Mo- I am, respectfully,
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) our point Illinois, who seemed to be an earnest Your obedient servant, -- ----------- --'----------- ---- "-

'j people that will be most dam speaker, although he was a little difficult It. A. llAJIDKR.
c; t. A 'I'trenn all emrnnnnlcnttoii to aged by the free coinage of silver to follow at times. Ho confined his re- VST. :B. DAWSO1TVliolesalo ,

INI1ttN RIVER ADVOCATE, will be the wage earners. Free: mal'klll|principally to three pl.inks' of the An Appeal for Senator.
Chicago: platform-the Income tax, abolition
TITVHVTLI.B FLORIDA coinage of silver will doubtless of the national banking system and \ and Retail

,E make a seeming rise in prices. but the free coinage of sliver. He closed his COUJln NAY, FLA., Aug. 11, '!)lO.

, 1 the rise will be fictitious, for it remarks with a stirring eulogy of Wil- Editor Advocate:
tJt Ckeciteto.wayhemadePayable to CHAIILK will be measured in a depreciated liam J. Bryan, and scathing denunciation WINE
ii I'. \CALTH, publisher and. proprietor of Miiik: H.uina and McKinlrylsm. Please allow me, in a nutshell, to tell & LIQUOR MERCHANT
believe it
f' currency. Moreover, we Mr. Mao: Williams wan followed by Mr your many readers how I stand on the
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I t would raise the price of all commodities Louis C. Massey who in a clear and concise U. S. senatorial: \ question.

wages alone remainingthe speech, explained\ how he hail\ be- Like many other old-fashioned demo

it 'l'o DAY the democrat! primaries same, or thereabouts ; hence, fore the Chicago convention, been a crats, I believe in lying low until after 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
sound-money democrat, but when that the national election, as I think a 10 to 1
i'' i of Dude county will be held and while the producer would not be convention had voiced the sentiments of bill will never pass in the house even If

(;,l to-wovrow will decide who are the benefited, having to meet a rise in the maJority! of the democratic! party he Bryan U elected; and if McKinley Is Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Haw
n nominee chosen by the democratic what he buys as well as in what he' had laid Mil Individual wishes aside, and elnctud( the free-silver scheme could not ,
l l sells the would be defrauded joined the free silver links. lIe exhoited be passed over his veto in either the
' voters of Hrevard llo preside over wage earner Mexican and Florida
all democrats to do the same, and senate or house. Now, I propose, If Cigars.
), C'r' the wiTuIrs of the county for the having to buy goods at financial
said that the duty of all good; democratswas elected state senator, to discuss the
4. ISI f '' next four }'eu80 A large number an increased price, while his wages to win back their erring/ brethren to question and the other principal FINE- FANCY GR-OCERIE8

i ..z of our voters are at present locatedin would not rise in the the fold by kind words He made a com Issues, and if I, with others, cannot con-
4 Dude at :Miami and portion. Owners of silver bullion parison of the condition of the State un- tioveit tho 1(1( to argument when I go WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound' Good'
county, ,
der rule and democratic rule to Tallahassee for there I shall be simply
republican (
Price List application. Your Trade Solicited
/ ,r elsewhere l and in order thRt'tbey I will be the men that will chiefly and expressed: an earnest hone that Florida the people's servant, and be boundto r CgT" upon Jug
f may he able to record) their vote In benefit by the free coinage of silver would never revert to the republican obey their mandates), I will pledge If you wish to open an account you must give fhst-class city icforeuct.

'I jt the primaries, the F. E. C. R'y will because they will have a certain party. myself to vote for the man the majority -- -
' ; make special rates between Miami market for their product, and Mr.\ E. J. Triay-who, like Mr. Massey: wish me to, and will take due pains to
had left the find out their choice.I .
Bound-money ranks for the
I l and Titusvillo on that day. Thus will receive about double the market fice-silver platform followed. His would prefer to vote for Mr. Cooper, BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.0

i all our temporarily removed citizens value for the silver they bringto style of speaking was rather admired, as ho voted for the present standard in ,
who wish to have a voice in the mint. The chief sufferers for It was inteispersod with anecdotes the last congress, and will change, I

j the selection of our future county will be the "horny-handed! sons oftaU" that very much amused the audience. think, wheu his constituents,demand, as
After in all office holders should do that head
speaking strong terms about
1 I officers, will have an opportunity and wage earners of all kinds, the election of colored officials to various public opinion. If elected, I never could, Wholesale Dry Goods HouseJ'A.CKSON'V !
', to vote for the candidate they consider for while wages will remain almost offices, Mr. Tilay ended his remarks witha if I tiled be a door-yard statesman, and

i ; the moat! eligible and fittest the same, the cost of the necessities i- pleasant tribute to the ladies-thankIng should labor for Dade county just as

!' t+ for the olllee be seeks. It Is to be of life will increase. Mort them for their presence, and saying hard as I would for Brevard. '
56. I that even if they were denied the light This is the tint time dining my eleven : =LIZE, FL.. ..
hoped that all who can do so, avail gagees/ savings bank depositors, of suffrage their influence was neveitlio- years' residence in the county I have

a ( I themselves of the opportunity, and and all those who have loaned loss a good thing in politics. asked for office, and will be the last timeI \Ve offer at Special Prices : SE y

be present at the poils tomorrow, money, will suffer severely, and This ended the meeting, and 1 the shall ask for legislative honors, for If I Men's: Bathing Suite from $3,00 to $12.00 per dozen.A .
finally our own state will suffer as speakers returned to the hotel. cannot lisa I will drop out of sight. lot of new second-hand Showcases, in good order.

a 'much as any, for we need capitalfor They intended going; to Cocoa, but If chosen senator from Dade and Brovard. Big lot of SUMMER UNDEUSIIIHTS, IIOMKKY, SUSPENDERS,
' I I, + IT ie hard to please everybody our development and home I as there was no moans of getting to that I II'll Malaga !Straw Hats, for rough wear; Fish hooks, Mosquito! iiets. tine mu.b.
and no one .discovers this fact place on Saturday morning, they wont work for all the people's interests made on frames and without. Our prices are right
1 capital will be withdrawn from tl estate right; through to West Palm Bench the -
Dealers let hear from
i 'more quickly) than those who hold hard. us you.
same day Judge Davis the Ai
in the same way that foreign giving >-
t olllclaj positions. Our poor County capital will be withdrawn from the VOCATE office a pleasant call ere leaving Your humble servant, BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
Commissioners have' been reviled town. ELWVN:! BANCROFT SYMMKS.
t + and persecuted to u considerable country. It is very pleasant, no 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fi
i I, doubt, 'for the debtor who has
extent for the loose manner 'in It. A. IIAIMKK'S PLATFORM REPLY TO T \XPAYEn.SEII.STIAN ---

i, which county affairs have been ,attended raised money on his property to be JAMES PRITCHARD, President; W. M. BRowN, Vice-president;

?. 'j a to during/ ,their term of able to legally repay back half his indebtedness SEBASTIAN, FLA., Aug. 1'flU.( ( FLA.. Aug./- 0, '0t.( C. S. JSchuyler, Cashier.
much
by paying

( !+. '" 'I r ofllce deeds;ye but shall, after know all them, "By Four their as he borrowed
it years lUe8frs. Mendel Iloke Democrats make a great noise Up to the time that the primary system Time passes; railroad passes; alpine
ago about holding the together was adopted the different candidates passes; pass us the .
party payel"Whllllt
and Budge utwunjed the reins of the Is
rent
wore chosen by convention, and by
that in ( under the Laws of the State of Floiida.
I b43 ofllce! under the guidance of Capt. forgeting they are reality said convention made the platform, and chaos and the fleshless hands of calumny .- )

l ,; sd$ \V. II. Sharpe, at which tirao the going over to the populists. Is the nominee was pledged; to carry out are bound by the elastic bands of courtesy -. Authorized capital, $100,001 t
total not the democratic nominee for said platform; but with the pilmaiysystem 'midst the lightning's Hash and thethundtll"s .cI Paid capital $26Cc'
+ millage of lirevard county r. up
candidates stand their loll resounds plaintiff wail '
president whose elo on own
silver-tongued \
l amounted tol.Q in ilia. That pro platform.! from Dade; a wail from one whose residence Average deposits, $150,00:
portion has now been reduced to quence seems to have completely I am a Jeffersonian democrat, fully believing here lies nestling in the bosom of + ,B' -

I 151} mills us against Iii 5} last year "hoo-dooed" three-quarters of the in the majority ruling.; We differ the cold and clammy past; a wail from r.:, ,., Transacts a General Baolit
Then democrats in the country, at heart honestly In opinions, and the only one whoso literary abilities shine out '
+ county script was selling at A populist ? Did he not openly way to settle such dllteienco is by the faint and weak as the twinkling star S* Business
,w r almost anything it would fetch- that he would majority rule laid down by JerTeison. I that sheds Its light from the limbo of
today it is worth 100 cents to the announce not sup- will give my views, but should I be your Lollipop land; a despairing wail that Is I J
wt,, $ dollar and thin, notwithstanding ,port ,the democratic party if it did ropiosentativu, I will solicit\ the voters Intended to arouse sympathy in the Largest and Oldest! Bank on the Bit

r 1 the freeze and other drawbacks. In not endorse free coinage of silver ? of the county to meet mo at such places hearts of the public. But the public Exchange, sold on all Foreign Countrlm.
I Honesty is the best policy. How as may be most convenient for them, go fully understand that a political life-pre
i all ; the taco of these facts, who can nation that that I may know their wishes, and will server, stuffed with sympathy and tied
# Hay the County Commissioners* 'an a proposes to shuffle I pledge myself as their servant to with the rotten cords of hollow mockery, DIRECTORS:
CIUl'yout .JlARNETrPI'fldf'
have not done their duty ? Moreover out of half of its debts-or in their views to the best of my ability. is unfit for a good candidate to attach of jAS.PBITCIIABD1W.the National Hank]of> JncknonvilW( ),J,"
other words steal one-half of its Fh'lIt-I: think there should t be an himself to and float out amidst the good; UUHKBB (Vlce-l'rexldent/ National Hull"
Assessments on Ilrevjiril creditors money-consistently amendment to the Constitution, allow- convictions in the current of public + t Jacksonville), ana W. M. Buows,
pun
,, ; eounty property have been reduced ish its ing all offlcots to be elected by the voters opinion. COUHE8PONBKNTS.Seaboard : .
very nearly $100,000-1& conidernble own wrong-doers, embezzler from the lowest to the highest. The "Plea of the Fisheiman" nowhere ? National flank of New York a
irk .. reduction, and *, etc ? And what will be the becond:-I think that under the pres- states that "old B. /Sanders Irritates fishermen rrtitfw+ +t National Bank of Jocksocville.
gratifying
to owners of very result if Bryan is elected and the ent school law, too much power is vested while conducting their honest ':I.'I".rUSVILLE
property. free silver fallacy adouted? Panic? in the school Hiitinilnteniiont. It work" (gentle reader you will please FLA.
h Yes, and worse than should be his duty to give the patronsof refer to the same); but being accustomed -
panic
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anurchy
schools the privilege' of selecting their to grab at every morsel of distasteful
OUR TOWN COUNCIL.We ruin, bloodshed, war. teachers, subject to examination; should truth that lurketh about, the cohorts W. J. HILL. H M. pAPWOBTB
Many democrats recognize these they (the patrons) have no choice, then have, this time, made the mistake of
have heard complaints in results as the probable outcome, lot him furnish teachers. None know grabbing that which was due another.
butter than who wish The gentleman "Taxpayer" must be South Florida Wholesale House
some quarters that the number of yet deliberately admit that they patents they to
teach their children. an Inefficient reader or else himself have
our town officials is at present reduced will vote for the silver nominee, Third:-I believe there should be an left alone the "flowing bowl" and at

to u marshal and one alderman because, forsooth, they cannot go equal distribution of the money collected tached lilmself mutually to the jug. He w. T. :mijlj: : cSc .0 o.
{ It Is true that these are the back on the democratic party even for roads and schools, and that each says no one in Brevard connty would
only ofllcers elected at the last when that party.is hovering on the voting district in the precinct should heed anything/ derogatory to "old B. S." ESTABLISHED 1873. -
have Its share to use It nn it thinks best, perhaps owing to a lack of Interest.
f election (with the exception of the brink populism. Foreign capital and if any voting precinct should wishto But, to touch the button here, a howl Doors Sash and Blinds '
mayor whose time is chiefly spent too Is one of the bulwarks of spend more money on its roads than renta the air In old historic Dade. The and Builders'

aW at Miami), who still holds oJUJce, thin. country, yet is proposed to the present law gives it, let such district gentleman asks me If I am not ashamed. ,
but drive it furnish It In any way it thinks best. I tell him to again refer to the letter and
Article "We
t VIII Section 11 of the out. are
independent
; Such districts! as are satisfied with the see wheiein he has erred, and ask himself *. Materials of all Kinds
ordinances of the town of Titus- Americans, we cry; "we can run present road, tax should not be taxed for the name question.,

vale rends as follows: "lie I it ordained our own shebang, without extran- the benefit of others; all laws to the contrary BECICK.When 35ANFORD: FLORI BMIAMI .

that in case any vacancy eous assistance." Maybe we can, should l>o repealed. -
Fouith:-The convict law, I think yon have learned sad mis-
1 should occur in the town government but it ia a poor way to set about your
should be changed; convict labor shouhlnot take, and the evening' shadows envel-
Jl such vacancy shall be filled showing our independence by repudiating come into competition with free ope ;you, whilst up from yonder Ivy
at any regular meeting of the half our debts. Think labor. I think it would be best for the mantled dead live-oak tree the mopingowl -
Council after such vacancy shall before it is too late ; do not vote state to have convict farm, which doth to the moon complain, and the + + .

i f; i exist, by the Town Council who fur a policy that will plunge the could be made self-sustaining; have It hltr-poko emltteth Its sweet refrain; if
governed by !good, moral men, who you would from remorse be free, bathe
I' shall have power to elect a person country into disorder, compared would endeavor to reform the convicts your fevered temples In the crystal sheen

to fill any such vacancy for the with which the civil war will be as Instead of sinking them deeper into degradation that sparkles 'midst the pleasure that Town !

unexpired term." Hence_ all the nothing.. : ; they should not be treated an frolicked- In-- -m----morv'---... .- deep blue eouth- Lots Now on Sale
l ,. aldermen n brutes; let them know the stato does ern sea.
r.'t t; chosen to nil the places Again we would exhort our .
I nut need their labor, but that by their TIIKO. BARNWELL.
rendered vacant by the resignationof readers to place country before lawless conduct and trespassing on society -

those originally elected, are not party in the hope vain perhaps we have to lock them up.fifthThe Umbrella Lost. A. E.
I': aldermen in name only but are but none the less earnest, that we :: pauper system should be KINGSLEY General Agent For
,I changed to make It as near ielf-suyport- ,
regularly installed such in lead one or two to considerthe
may
as accordance lug an possible.SixthI If the lady who was seen taking; the
with the provision. of consequences of their action favor a division of the county umbrella, in mistake from the south Mrs.. Julia D. Tuttle
this ordinance and in strict compliance next November, before easting in ; It Is hard on the people of the south- bound train, Monday: and who got off
1 with the state law. their lot with the populiatic democrats ern portion of the county to go KM()() at St. Augustine will return It to the

I-: It baa also been said that a spec who hope to guide the 'destinies miles Seventh to the:-county A regard seat. the county feel owner obliged., John Einig.The name Jacksonville"John, Elnlg he will," CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

ial election should be called to replace of this great country. court, it U well known where I stand; Is engraved on the silver plate on the

our present mayor but this should I be elected rest assured your handle. all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected

I would scarcely be worth while to petition will be respected. .
I do, for the notice of election would DEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN. .Eighth:-Th paramount issue that Is [Send the ADVocATE an order for any Fruit and Vegetable Lands on
dividing the people !Ie the currency job printing you need.]
:c have to be published thirty days, question. I have ever believed In the 1.\.IinD1.i' River nud BiscayJ1C.
f which would bring the election The democratic campaign opened in mosey of the constitution both gold :OT-:: GIVE TIlE "ADVOCATE" AX Bay
well into September, and the newJyeJectecl Brevard county on Friday night last at and silver kept at a parity. From 179J\): ADVT. It Is a Good Advertising Me irr': Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Se Uer..
r ] I the Opera House, Titusvllle. The speakers to 18J7 both metal were kept at a parity diem for those who want to Increase

t I I t ) mayor would only have were the lion. R. ,V'. Davit, of of J3t," of silver to 1 of gold; In l)7: ) their bmluess. Main Office, Hotel Miami, MIAMI, FLORIDA A









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Department of Agriculture He U a great fisherman. looms up over the rounding buildings,
ASK the recovered II
Iveftther Bureau Jupiter Fla. The genial editor of the ADVOCATE, attracting attention and admiration fora dvnpeptiua, bilious G. G. SPRINGER
Ii Mr. Chas. II. Walton, and his brother, limn I distance. His place\ Is becoming S auflferarm lever and. victims aKiiv, the.ot

' The following Is a comparative state- Mr. J. O. Walton, his wife and Claude the ideal summer home of Seabreeze. mercurial dl........
and rainfall for the were of the crowd at Coronado from patient, how they recovered "
temperature Miss
Jean vocal :
I ant of bhupp: teacher of health,cheerful
Lie ending Tuesday, Aug. 11,. 1SOU.189l Saturday to Monday. The Waltons are music at Kollina College, Winter Park apirita aim good I --- Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of "

_- ( -1895.TK : always welcome visitors. Mr. J. O. W. has been an acquisition to the musical .I'J' >4II.I.;t hev w ill tellua

MAX. MIN. MAX. WIN. has had a remarkably varied experience entertainments at Seaside Inn.F. bv tMkinir, SIN
LlVhK KkUULA1UH.
MUN4! -
A 87 7J; 88 75: In his travels over the woild, and is e :. i'
; K7 75 88 70 familiar with Africa, Clilna, !J. lIester, Mrs. Hester, and the I C E AND

89 80 88 73 Japan, India, Egypt. Al1st"IIII'i 1 European many bright( little Nesters, arc spending Th. Cheapest, Purest and Be t Family
tho month of Seaside Inn. 1\1. lI ln. In the >world :
ig Otl) 81 87 77 countries and the various Islandsof August) at < > -= 1,

9 00 79 80 71 the South: Pacllla ocean.Roseland., They !are devoted to tho place, this be- dice For Rdtouss"acks.SICKIIKADAt'Ith.DYSPFPSJA., CONSTIPATION: ), Colic Intin-,
lug their third bel'e.'Ve .
! "0 8.1; 73 season : ,
II) 88 UepreHHion of L Spirit I *, t-ol'K) MuMACH
1 88 78 85 73 are glad to see J. Meyers and his heartburn, etc Thia unnviilleil remedy of I..* Distilled WaterRefrigerators /:
warranted not to contain a aitiKlo partulo
Total rainfall for the week: 0:31: inches wheel, of Palatka\ back again nt the MIKCUKV; .ir any initivral .111>.1"0, but U

from normal rainfall for the Inn. A week or HO here makes a new PUIU:I.Y vistJirrAULi-,

oik oparture: minus 0.74 Inches. Departurem Mr. J. McCauley has nearly recovered man of him. containing those Southern Rats and Herbs Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers. '

normal rainfall since January 1, from the sunstroke ho recently received Miss 1<:01 of which an all-wme Providence IIIIH placeil InCOlln.rlt : !
III Waring, Indianapolis, ,.. where Liver DiKviiMen most f>''..YII.I. !
I his 2.34 Inches. and Is doing his regular: work again. who has been occupying ono of II. F.Stewart's It will cur all Imcatte.. caused by Derangement FACTORIES ....
J. W. CRONK, Observer. ol the Liver and liowel. "
Miss P. Kennedy, who Is at present residing cutties since early summer, 'I'ha bYMPIU.MS of Liver Comnlalnt! : are a Cocoa and West Palm lloach.
in Mlcco, came down on Saturday: has bought a lot and expects to make bitter or bud tilde I In the mouth Vuin I In the t'
__ __ __
and returned thin her home lI.k.Sill..M or Jointii.often nuotnken for KheumHtmin -
Monday mOI'DlnlCIl81'S. {. ; lour Stomach '."MII of Appetite;
Banyan. ::\[ :Xenr & have A. II. Wofxlall and the pretty and bo\vuln altet'nntely coHtiva and lax; 1I".14Ch"i; t
Taylor completedthe
blight Mrs.\ Woodall of DeLand who ices of Memory, with n pninfnl SEEDSGARDEN and FIELD SEEDS.t
I artesian well at Ercildoune. They ) having failed to do Hnmutlifntf: which ought i ro -- ,
James Robinson stopped to see us on obtained excellent How This Is one were among) the arrivals of the past week have been dune. ; eblllty. | Low :spirits, a thick *

I |IH return from Miami. of the highest wells along Indian River it the Inn, are enjoying mf bathing and Cough yellow alien nppuHrunce; ; mistaken of the for bkin ConHiunptlon.SometiinvH and KvtfH I .,a dry

being thirty feet or more above the levelof Boeing many of their friends here. many of three ayniptoniH attendthe
Joe Brown and Frank Wootcn were diKooxa. at other few but the '..IVltltI. I COMPLElFsTOCK
the river. very ; Carry the MOST of Strictly First
One of tho most enjoyed dances of tho
ailing on their friends In this section on generally the neat of the disease and if not
iiimmer 1101"01Willi last Saturday: evening In timi, miffermi, wietchednvxHHiid .
Ketculnted Brent
The
last bridge is the.
: working
on
Friday gang(
at Suasido Inn. Mis. Davidson's DLAlrl will. eimuo. class SEEDS in the State.-
bridges above and below here; but the Kt (
W. J. Hasan and wife have returned( music Is time The followiiiK hlKhlveHleomodperiinnatt)
Sebastian River drawbridge will still 10- I always a pleasure; perfect to the viltiuof' Minimum Liver KcKulutortOen. .
their home from the St. Lucle liver, W. S. Holt lies lia. S. "", k. R. Itvi, Rev
mains closed, as no work is to be done rr: SEND FOR PRICES livfore ordering; elHowhoie. All i-eila i tested
has been Col.: It. K A I-
here Mr. Rajfan assisting O.K. 'I. R. elder Perry, Utt.l, Spark livforu
on it at present. t1. Manteriion K .rilllllbCt>., sent out
Wood in shipping his crop of pine- train usual brought Ou bany.Uu..t Hon..1;Alexiuuler H.:Stephens;' \ :. L. CAMERON, Seedsman.
Saturday's
|pplei. Even ItoHcland, with its three voters as "We luive tested, its vlrtueB. pemnnnlly, nail it ittl
only, is not neglected by tho candidates, Henry Stiunz, of Palatka: to tho beach. know that for Iyii irpaia, ililioiiHnvHH. and 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
There was a social gathering and lie IH always popular at the Inn and IhrobblnicHcaJuohe. it IK the bent invdiclne, the
of whom left disconsolate
\,wee ut B. B. Stewai.t's on Friday even- one here quite : cottages, and always welcome addition world ever ww.Vitried forty other remedieabefore .
because he could not persuade correspondent SiininoiiH Liver l lutor.but
Reg"n
ug of last week. All who attended re- your I to: the Saturday night dance. We hope hat lI..noICRV" f
relief the Riirulator
than teinnoinrv -
to cither tide walk or row im more ;
,
tort Laving spent a very pleasant even- to Micco to and him the talked-of vacation may: bo arranged : not mlv I icheved, but cured imN.-" Ku. A Fertilizer for Fruit.
ng register promise a shortly. TtLKOKAl'll ANI ML.SHI: ':NGI'K: Mucoil, Us.ti c.-
vote. t NI'FAC'1't'atsn' :l ONLY nV ,
Wo don't like to. think there will bo a J. II. Zt.ll.IN A CO., riuludeU> Ps.illness .

Reams. good( Free, even coinage if cannot it does possibly make a do fifty us cent any time when Mr. and Mrs. Holmes Irwlu ---'--,-__ .'._ __ __=- -- ; "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer," sl
be the house-
wont n part of Seaside Inn
dollar. As long as the price Is above him takon an unfavorable turn,
Last week four new pupils were added ten cents tiadh, or throe for a quarter, liold. They have found friends hate and and whoso now-born babe died of lockjaw : :lrJ.oe 525.00 5 Por Te>:n.. l
made and
Jo our flourishing little school.A. Kosel.uul. will be a poor maiket. But, many more, are toady always : Sunday night./
nevertheless, Bryan will got vote to enter into everything. We hope they OUAHANTEED ANALYSIS :........

Hill, of Tltusville, Penn, who has from this place-and there are every, I think, may not be called home for many weeks. I }lr. Win. Tieutler returned last Tuesday Molnturo .. . . .., .8 to 10 Per.Cent
nude of bulkhead stand from hU Chicago been
use our as n for trip, having
wee' will leave this week for a new field three register voteis. We enjoyed a short visit at SeasideInn gone about six weeks. Amtuonl.i.: |Iy to (II"J .

hf, lubor. During the past month the from Mm. Thos. Green, rf Indian 1'hoHphorio Acid . , ,:.1 to (0.. "
Itiver. With her was her daughter Manor OlniHtoiid, of Fort rivii'o U !
licos, have made 4001bs. of comb and, soar Sebastian. : here, on n visit to his brother Potash (Actual), . ,(n I to S" "
Mrs Crosby, and SOIl and daughter, all 11. R.Olmstoiid. '.S
', 200) gals, of honey have been extiact- ]Mtulo\ from Cotton 0111'101\1; Nitrate JSixl.i lll.xnl
on their way north. Mrs. Green Is a uxcliiHlvely Ililght :: of !, BoneDissolved
, meeting tho
rarely scientific manner and he has Board of Aldermen
soma of'us here having hoard much of ;'Cn'VI'lte for directions\ for IIHIIK| cud 1 further ]iiirtlcui\in! ; ulm nnlc for
lee well paid for coming amongst us. Sunday, going north. her home at Lotus. was called for last Saturday: evening/ but copy of "J< c"n<)lIllelil Fertilizing for \Fruit.Vo\ curry n huge stock of nil \FertlH

On the afternoon and evening of Aug. Mrs. S. Kltching is visiting friends In no quoin was present. /.or Material, Cotton Scott Jloiil, Tol>ue Cocoa. We have the San Juan hotel, of Orlando Near Pure buying.Ve Rook the trade diivct.
klh a large number of friends were : Taylor having Il fished work 1I't\\'CI'1i
kitliered the home of Mi' and represented the persons of the at Kimoland, have returned to Kim ialllo
at : Mrs. :
Mr. Paris Lawson Is home again after WILSON & TOOMER [
charming people, Mr. and Mrs.
young with their ,
the lighter and the Lady Redford
in
IK. C. Poppell occasion being
spending several months at tho Florida: Harry Boeman, and their beautiful little ,
[honor of the second anniversary of the Conference; College, Lcosburg, Fla. son Edwin. Aftor spending a few daysat Rev. IJ. }'. Brown will hold Episcopal The Fertilizer House of Florida, '

[With of Master Frank, The afternoon I Coronado Beach, they were not satls- services at the Casino next Sunday: at "
>vM! spent on the croquet ground, and (1\ Mr. Ike G. Heeltck, one of Jackson ned to return home until they had visited 10.110: ii. in. nail 4 p. rft. Jacksonville, Fla.Fred'k. !

Dively game( was played until all were in- ville's promising/ young business men, ple.un.int rusoit, .. -... '. .. ".- .. ... ,
Mted to the candy-pull, which was a was in town this week, representing our Mrs R. W. Goodo' and tho MHHOSDoode !

weet feature of the day. At half-past Kohn, Furchgott & Co. Mr. A. C. Buell, of Chicago, Is established of Melbourne visited 1\lr\ .

six a first-class supper was spread, after The schooner Manatee, Captain Hogg, at the Inn, while superintending Treutlor i nt Hyde I'u'k, one day last S. Morsex

luhich the company joined in singing passed here last Tuesday, bound noitli. the commencmont vl fin; rirv.iut! ; near :1Y0uk. -x- !

[until the clock warned those present :She appeared to be heavily laden. house on Uidgcwood avenue Daytona. Capt. John Houston will build four
I that it was time to bid all Mr. and Mrs. Buell spent several months
good-night. fish boats for W. It. Rousch who will
Mr. Joseph LeFils, representing dealers Benedict here last winter, and all who know them Into the wholuHalo ilsh business, about/go REALI:: :=: SMx TAT: : : : =,
Pollak it Co., dry goods in are delighted that this shall be their 1st. 't
Remember, the ADVOCATE does all Jacksonville, called on our meicliautsthis winter residence. Sept.

I kinds of Job Printing. week. Jas. F. Olinstoad. a brother of II. R.Olmstoad YJCMCX, 3Z>Vdo Oo., :-LOB.XD.A.: Y
Registered at Seaside Inn dui Ing the of this place while '"
bathing at
Paul Kroegel has finished his mall past week, were the following: J. It. and
Miami
was caught badly bitten by AGENT FOR LANDS OF
Canaveral. boat, the "U. S. M." She is a fast sailer Eddins and family, Mrs. Iludgtons, an alligator :No serious injiiiles WIII'OIntllctetl ,
and show clean pair of heels to k
can a Gainesville; A. C. Buell, Chicago; Miss and the Is
patient recoveilngnicely .
of craft.G. Florida East: Coast Railway Company,
many our Jean Shupp, Portland; II. J. Pratt, ,
The river here is the lowest ever Fruitland A. Williams Lakeland F. B. ( Florida Count Lino Canal A (
known II. Edwards' residence Is now ; ; Tliiimpoitatlon Compiiny\ c
| in the month of August completed, except painting. lie moved Hester and family, Evlnston; J, Meyer, Hal H. Thomas, of Ankonn, accompanied llimtou & Florida Atlantlo Count hand Company. r

Capt. C. F. Fischer was the last candidate Into his new home the first of the week. I"alatklA.; II. Woodall and wife, Do- his wife and little son as far anKau -- -. "r
to make his appearance among us. Land; L. L. Tllden and family, Oakland i, Gallie, on their way north, tu visit ; TT-T-T r-= ; rrr-r

Ho Is certainly the favorite candidate in Robert Hastie, of Mlcco, was in town ; Henry Strunz:, R. J. Riles and wife, their former home, at Carrollton, Ills

tills precinct, and we hope to see a majority this week, purchasing the necessities of Miss Alice Idles, Itobt. lilies, E. J. Gay, Mr. Thomas spent a few hours oil the ThcPJacksonvillc Fertilizer Co. I

| for him in the test of the county.Caspar Palatka; C. W. Arnold, J. K. Altkeu, 1'unlnsular, looking over our pineapple
life.R. Jones Chas. fields accompanied by his fiend. life ,
G. Hardee. spent Tuesday in Koso- \V. U. E. Wailng, Daytona; ,
Eberwlne has finished building and Parkins Hays, leaving for Ankona tho afternoon .
Kupperbush family, Miss on -
the bulkhead at Artesla, and the mail land, at Ercildoune Inn. Palatka; Mrs J. II. Crosby Miss: B. train.' :33. SUDLe W, Gtoxa. Mz iiit: :: ;or.: r

steamer can now make her landing with- There Is to be A dance In town tonight Crosby, Paul Crosby, Omaha\ ; Mrs. (LATE CHAPMAN A SUDLOW.) f.
In a letter received from John H. Mellor
any trouble. It would make Captain Friday). We hope the ice cream Thos. Green, Lotus; Harry L. Beeman, -
)ho states that he and Mis Melloraro t
INcHblt: smile if the residents of this and cake will bo good, and that the wife and child, Orlando; H. T. Fisher, South Jacksonville, Florida. 1
in health and
good lIfo
I place would and do likewise. enjoying
go people will have a pleasant time. Jacksonville.
young among their old fiends/ in Chicago/ and MANUFACTURER OF r
Messrs. R. B. Stewart, of Brantley; We are pleased to"see Ily. Benson out that ]ho will not visit Florida this coming .

and John., Henry, the candidate for tax again/ after his recent Illness. winter, unless compelled to do HO 01buslnexH. FERTILIZERS For and '
Pineapples Oranges
assessor, were here electioneering last Fort Pierce.No Ills ftloruU hero would bo
week. Boys, when you go sailing on the ,
Property owners herebouts are pleased to MOO him and his good wife _

satisfied assessor. with J. F. Woolen, the present your Evelyn rubber, especially boots on and Sunday oilers,, and put remember on- need of prohibitionists here; our biMik with us again. Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw' Material l

,
,
that you capsized last Sunday. town Is extremely dry.

George Col. II.V Miles J. Tiffin, of ,St.of Augustine Courtenay;; and Mr. Howard Jackson left last Saturday The Queen, Capt. AIcFaiMen! was In A Reply from "Jcrtc'rMonlnll Cotton ,Seed Meal, Tobacco Dost, Kanit, Etc Also I

for Hawks Palk to join his port this week.J. .
Messrs. Gleason and morning cinocrut.
McAllister, of Eau
Th.o -aD.o'U.: : :EZard.-TI.D.c&: ::EIran.d.Ammonia" .
brother. Mr. Jackson has at
GalUo property
the Were here recently. They visited Hawks Park, which he will Improve. B. Morrlwether in eroding a little .. . ,,4 to A per cent > (
lighthouse and the and madea .
number pier, cottage on his town lot In Edgartown.R. bKUAHTIAN, Allg. U, IMIC.Kilitur "' Available 1'hoH. Aol of about the
inquiries depth Misses Emily Kltching and Gertrude 1'otnnh K 0..0 to 7 cent ) '
Hardeo In town
of A. was Tuesday, per
[ water, etc. have down to Stuart, on A
  • Ilawlesty gone shaking hands with hU many filends. Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the hint liulletln. Write for
    There was a party of Islanders camping quite an extended visit. We will miss : Dear Sir-"The Light Turned On," an 1'rlcon. Orders for 2 tons and upwards/ for our brands will be delivered free .f all
    In the house the last week. these charming young ladies very much. J. and F. M. Tyler are having a large article from 1Ir.V., It. Sanders
    near pier saying railroad
    west of the Fort Pierce charges to any depot on the Kant Count at catalogue price, until f
    This house belongs to the government, Our candidates, running for town storage) building that the charges made by JelTorsonlai' further notice.DUREN.

    and Is left open at all times, so that offices, are as follows: Chun. Park, C. hotel. Democrat, that he was Influenced by a -.. -- -. --- -- -- ....- -
    others, who might wish to go to the V. Sherwood, for constable; G. II. Edwards : Mrs. Olmstoad and daughter returnedto prominent county official was untrue, .

    beach for a few days, can have shelter, B. F. Hardesty, II. B. Howard, I the Briars last night. Straighten your and that It was done to mislead tho peo & REASTER
    and not he to the trouble of bringing a for justice of the peace. face, Claude, and take off that bachelor ple. In reply I will say I only stated ..... !
    tent, facts If I understand what Influence
    Mr. Otto Proger, of San Antonio, Tex., look.Mrs. means. A certain county ofllclal-If required GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida( and
    has been spending a few days In town Maud Powell, the charming sister I can give his nl\me-.ald. In the i

    Coronado Beach.The this week, visiting B. F. Hardesty. Mr. of J. B. Merriwether, Is comfortably presence of the Rev. Ulackiii.in: J. F. Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery, Glass and Tlnwal'C. f'
    Proger left Tuesday for hU wU8tel'nborne. located at the residence of Mm. Harbin, Wooten, of the Cocoa and Rockledgo Four pltronR"Ooollclted/! .

    dancing kept almost and is an energetic little widow lady.. News, and D.'R. Johnson, that he asked TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. I ,
    are ,
    parties
    up The Palm House Is still running successfully Two more stores are being built In Mr. Sanders not to act on the .potation

    never nightly was a more at the jolly,Coronado.congenial crowd There under the management of Miss Edgartown. If this merchandising business asking for the abollshmentof the County; .. .. .. -- .- .. ..- (:

    than is now at the hotel. Edith Kitching! during her mother's keeps on booming, some enterprising Court, and laid official cannot deny It.
    visit to her daughter at Cocoa. MU fellow with a little surplus capital In regard to the bonding bill for ashel, GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !
    Mrg.\ Starkey and Mrs. Beeman, of Orlando Edith is quite a successful caterer andenteitainer. would do well to Import a few custom road, I admit that I was. mistaken. in say, :

    gave a very unique afternoon tea ere log that Mr. Sanders was petitioned by I
    on the upper verandah of the hotel re thirty-six to bond the county; from his
    "Other Fishermen" do not fear Capt. Miss Lily Bell, the organist, was indisposed
    cently. The Invited guests all attended own statement he had no petition, but
    m their Hardee's being drowned, by a largo! ma- and consequently there was no t
    bathing suits, and afterwards acted on the petition of a few men-tho LITTLE
    the party adjourned to take a surf bath. jority, politically or otherwise. But as choir practice lattt Saturday. We are worst for him,while he admits. that there Jaaos.....
    There were twenty-fonr who marchedout true sailors, like "Perry," they exclaim: pleased to note she \In well again, and were several men sent their prates
    together the "Don't give up the ship." Capt. liar- the usual meetings will be resumed on bonding the Mr. Sanders
    as bathing party.Mr. against county. -
    Walter J. of Washfng- dee Is not drowned yet or wrecked, although tho appointed days. should recollect that he was a servant FERTILIZER &: PHOSPHATE GO.. I
    Sprengcr the Sebastian correspondent to "
    Last Tuesday we noticed a number of of the people of Krevard county,
    hsvactionandisdelightedrtooflod, i It the Cocoa and Jtockledge :News thinks Ankona people In town. They returned and should not have asked those Of To.ols.jaion.-villo.: 271 ct., i iOffering I I'
    don't admire the Sebastian
    ; We our -
    so. way home In the evening, after spending the that wanted the county bonded to bring
    "o
    pleasant and cool. :No down his
    mosquitoes, brother is trying to Are, Thoir '
    the with of the
    no saatl-rlies day taking In the sights of town. a petition a majority tax
    and such cool breezes ia a
    treat after the heat of; the neighbor. Our mosquitoes buzzed their welcome, paying voters of the county before he ".1.11 Arouz-s.d. razzd"at
    oppressive :: : :: :: :
    National and sampled the visitors. with evident acted. In so doing he would have saved
    capitoL
    Seabreeze.Advertise relish. hundreds of dollars to llrevard county.I .
    Twenty handsome sea boa wall the do not wish to deceive mislead tho Exceedingly Low Price "of*

    catch of one fishing party, and twelve of anyone, but I do not wish to be longer

    another, In one day lately. Mr. Lorraine in the ADVOCATE If you Eau Gallic.Metmrs. represented a man that legislates fora
    b'l $a5 Per Ton.
    caught two, not less than 23 pounds want to get good results.II. lew men. want a representative that ; {dd(;

    each; he also hooked a tarpon, but bU of the Citizen will represent the whole people. Jeffer
    F. Fisher foreman
    line snapped, and for a second time he office of Jacksonville, in. a welcome arrival Louis and Hwlrick of Jacksonville sonlan democracy means for the people, ( Ammonia. ... . J.. .'. . "Ii to 0 per cent
    missed landing a silver king. at the Inn. were In town over Sunday. of the'people and by the people. Guaranteed AiiniyMlMt { Available Phosphoric'' Acid. .4 tod "

    The Christian Endeavor meeting, at Geo. Phillips and Job Nicholson, of JrrraasONiAN DKWOCUAT ( Actual Potash ,', . ," : ,3 to 4 "
    Gainesville with his
    P. P. Wood, of '
    the hotel, was under the leadership of and of friends takesa Melbourne, came np Saturday evening Manufactured from the Purest Ammonium,Super-pho.phates, and Potashes.

    Dr. J. N. Butt, M. D., of Orlando, on family cottage this a jolly week.party on the yacht Grace, and spent Sunday Executive Cuiitinlttociiiaii.Aug. Nothing better for Pineapples, Vegetatlei. and present condition of the. Orange.
    Sunday t, and waa IDtere tl. with friends on the peninsula. Tree. U
    very!
    A solo "If I were a Voice, by Prof. W. Surf bathing enthusiasm continues on Capt. Chris Hoehr went to Miami on I ; A floe stock of all kind. of Fertilizer Materials constantly'on hand.

    A. Sharp: of DeJ and.. and a duet by the beach. Some days since the crowd : last week's excursion, and while there :! Aug. 12: 1'JM.: / 33f- Write for Pamphlet ant I Price' (
    ors Dr. Glllen and Prof. Sharp, were Is here, looks like a northern resort. land EdiLrr Adl/.lCf.te 1
    much purchased five acres of on the out LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER dcPHOSPHATECO.. ,
    enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Riles and family skirts of the town. Dear Sir-On my arrival home to-day ,
    Jacksonville Fla.
    Doctor Knelffer of Philadelphia, baa of Falatka. who bar come to the Inn The steamer Delia Capt. Leo. From- I learned that reports bad been circulated ,
    returned to Coronado. He says It U de- for the month of August, are a great ad- to the effect' that I had withdrawn r
    burger here from the fet.Lucle .
    "ghtfaii, cool here compared with dition to the beach society. was brought' from the race for executive eoinnlttee- '

    Philadelphia. He has rented one of the Another of Palatka'a young men. whoIs the Conrtenay's River, and commenced! schedule running Thursdaymorning. on man. I desire to ..ylt is a mistake. I: rJSr 'THE "ADVOCATE" does first-class, up-to-date.
    CUrrier bands of friends and
    cottagealor a bringing his am la the my If
    wife and little daughter year and man servant now who at daily Seaside enjoys Inn the Is surf Mr.bathing Eugene; they see proper\ to elect me, I will serve JOB PRINTING and we are prepared to meet all Competition

    along. He hU going. to get well again Gar, friends. Mrs. W. J. Xesbitt left for Palatka to the best of my ability. ,
    before he leaves. During his stay last and Is making many Monday, on an urgent call from her Yours very respectfully, 'I t

    winter he Increased In weight 39 pound Mr. Burgoyne's new water tower dangnter, Sirs. A. A. Botsford, whose R. C. CBEKCH.: : in prices. Giie us a trial order.


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    'V i' f ,P.J"X''+ 6. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 14. 1896.

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    SOCIETIES ETC.
    i I PERSONAL GOSSIP. SPECIFIC Ot>. WM Orlalnal. I
    r
    KNIGHTS OF TYTHIAB. The recent incident in New York recalls 1tka
    Secretary Olney has the distinction of a story of a clergyman who was .
    FOR SCROFULA."Since Seminole Lodice No.M- hold. its meetings' .t
    I ,r 1 ;, being the beat dressed man in the cabi the Court IKIIIHB. the tint. tenrThursdayeven. in the habit of quoting from various
    + set.d hugs of each month, at S o'clock p..... sermons without giving due credit to 0s
    I ItllA
    d E ,' While they are talking the Prince of childhood 1 have been L. T. COODY, S. I). GEIGER the nut horn--and to such an extent as l t uo

    i' ,""Wale' eyelids and the Ithedive's left leg filleted with scrofulous boils and C. C. M. of F. & K. of R. & 8 to provoke the ire of one of his parish
    i
    I'' beat time. sores which caused me terrible ioners. On a certain Sunday a quotation 0

    ,+ Albert Lariviere, a Detroit newsboy, suffering. Physicians were unableto INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. was made by the paxtor. The parishioner .
    lias been made in and 1 Drill at the Armory over comity. jail every. rose from his seat and said, '
    v Just a page the house help me, only grew worse Tuesday evening in the nonthet5o'cla k. .l
    ; I of representatives.Mr. under their care. A.T. KKAHTBK: : ,Captain.1NDKFKNDKNT : "That's Blair." Another quotation soon C yff
    , followed. "That's Fuller. Still another 'af O
    and Mrs. Durgin are hale and At length, i beganto ,
    theft. "That's said. the
    Charming
    active people living{ near Portland, Ale. takeAVER'S : ORDER GOOD TEMPLARS. .
    k :Mr. Dargin ia 103 years of age and his Tltiisvllle Lodge No. 17 meets every Tuesday. accuser, aa he arose from his pew cushion '
    wife 90.Robert. evening 7:30: In ITusuyterlan church. 1'ublio for the third time. "Put that man 10
    meetings first Tuesday In each month.C. out, bdlowod the reverend plagiarist. -
    : P. Porter, editor of the Cleveland Sarsaparilla and A. GARDNER, G. W. 8COBIR, "That's original, said his critic; F
    r t
    (Beo't., C.T.
    F World ban been selected uf president "
    hia Boston
    very soon grew bet "that's own. Transcript.
    r 1 of a new American company which t
    I ter. After using --- -. -- -- ------ .
    I I'' has just secured a Mexican franchise. The Tut That WM Sand From ......
    '1i half a dozen bottles CHUKCUES.EflSCUPAL .
    I '' Miss Isabel Hapgood, the translator When Jorvift O. Perry looked into the >. j rf

    I of ToJ tol'a works mastered the intricacies I was completelycured ruins of the Perry Bros. block at Rock- 5 ;

    i I of the Russian language with the so that 1 have not had a boil CHURCH. land, after the late fire, he saw what I s sS

    1 assistance of a Testament and a diction or pimple on any part of my body Services the 2nd and 4th Sundays In each seemed to be the blackened and crumbling -I
    mouth, at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school
    j for the last twelve years. I can of book. He investigated ..
    ' H'' ary. every Sunday at 9:30: a. m. Evening prayer at remains a large
    '. 'P t Sarah Earnhardt's latest fad is ceramics cordially recommend Ayer's Sarsaparilla II Friday I p. m.at on 10 Wednesdays.a.m. Litany service every further and found it had

    r i, and she baa mastered the art from ns the very best blood-purifier Ray H. F. BUOVN, Rector. been an old family Bible, belonging to

    :1, I' the fashioning of the clay to the firing in existence." U. T. UKINHART, hia grandfather and grandmother. Hoping -

    , '(t'' I )ti'' of the oven with enthusiasm of a girl Jlyersviile Texas.AVER'S. MKTHOD18T CHURCH. to nave at least the family record SAFETY 1 COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES
    I 1: 5! .!affil of) 19. he carefully picked it up, but that had !

    1,11 1 :.(, When Mile. Christine, the two headed lunilays Regular: at services 11 a. m.every and first 7:00 third p, in.and Huuduy fourth gone with the rest Only one page had Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

    ; I' 1 ;: j ll-; f colored woman, rides on the European School League every each Sunday Sunday. at at:il:30 10.00:p. m.a. in.Prayer Kpwortn) meeting escaped destruction, and pulling that The Fleet la composed uf the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comanclie" :

    1 l'' J railways, she has "heaps of trouble" : every Thursday night at 7:00: )>. m. The out to save aa a relic, he was surprised ''
    : / j, with conductors who try to levy two .adioM1 Aid. Society niHtits every Wednesday to see these words, "This shall be thineof (new), "Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "Seminole.!
    /1 at 3oo:(( I'. in Everybody welcome at our church
    : It r {; fares from the freak. lervives. the most holy things, preserved from North-Bound.

    "'1 r I'' 'I + It i is a curious fact that after 11years' F.M. C. FADS I'astor. the fire. "Lewiston Journal. Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide
    I
    ! r From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling. at Charleston), Sundays and, TlmmUn.
    i 'r'L rl t captivity in the hands of the From CHARLESTON, 8. C., Mondays and Frlilaii4or ,
    I I i mahdi Slatin Pasha's greatest difficulty Ayiri Cherry Pectoral cure Caught"" aid Cold PRESBYTERIAN: CHURCH. ----- --- hour of sailing sue"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville! and Charleston dully tiara' .

    i I ''I was to walk np stairs-an art which he Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.an,17.30pm. Education of South-Bound.
    l Sunday school) at I U:4.'I: a. III., Ch..... Gardner,
    I
    bad almost
    forgotten. Supt Prayer meeting on Wednesday, eveningat Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, Now York at 3 p. m.. as fallow";
    .
    When in Rome, Signor Crisp! has an 730.: The public are cordially Invited to attend BODY For CHAItLi1STON: : K.C.. Tuesdays and .' +
    l.i : : .
    our servluee.' For JACKSoNVILLE,'LA",(calling at Charleston: ), Tue.tJaYI and "'Id.r::
    escort of 29 police officers, which costs MINERALS. H. M. GOODELL, Pastor. MIND ,
    1 i4 ; Italy II aBOO a year. When he leaves ,
    Jasper is found abundantly in the lake St. Johns River Line.DE
    s the city, the expense is increased to three MORALS. Clyde's'
    11 regions and elsewhere. BAPTIST CHURCH.
    or four times that amount.
    Since 1820 Pennsylvania has produced Preaching every second ant, fourth IInndaYM, ( BARY LINE)
    Three James Hall Charles TUITION.
    FREE
    and ....
    4'i Edwin 858,000,000 tons of coal. morning evening. 'rayer Meetings every "
    ,, r #' Walcott and Sellgman have just Wednesday' evening at 7:10: o'clock. Sunday Steamer: "Everglade,
    t 4 r :received the unusual distinction of election The snnstone, a variety of feldspar, ncnooi first every Sunday at 9:411 a. m. Also Sunday- The CAl'T. w. A. SHA.W.
    InK Sunday at LaGranire Second
    a Pr I to honorary membership in the bRa been found in the Dakota and Montana. Oak Hill. All are cordially invited; to attend. Florida Leaves Jacksonville, from root ot Laura Street at II a. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays for Tahiti" .

    et .Russian Academy of Sciences. B. A. GEIGER Pastor. Sanford Intedrrlse and intermediate landings on the St.Jobn'e Riyer.

    Sara llote, the violinist, is remarkably In the year 1890 iron mining was car Agricultural Leaves Sanford II a. m., and Enterprise 11:30 a.m., Mondays and Thnrsda1 for Jacksonr111"

    - ri simple in his manner of life. ried on for commercial purposes in 28 CATHOLIC CHURCH. College
    r + SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. SORTH IIUt I3.
    1i' 'Though his apartments in London are states. Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In new Is supported by grants from the national! Gov head down head up.

    5 e ;p i magnificent, his food is always of the Several asterias or star stones have Church building North Tltn vllle. Children's ernment. All tuition free to all students from Leave 8.30 p. m. ....,.................... Jacksonville............ ............ Arrive 3.30.. m.
    most kind better than that ateohlaui at 3 p. in. I'lorldft. Open to males and females. Women 11.411 p. m. ............................Yalatka........................... Leave lloop,, III,
    .A k homely no been picked up in North Carolina and HEV.J. F. O'BOVLB,Rector. ward with families. in town. Men board at ? 3.IHI a. In. ........... ............... Astor................... ........... aOIIp.lI.
    .of a peasant. Georgia. ('ollell'eless! Hall for f lo.oo per month. A most .. 4.ao a. m. .........................St. Francie........................... J,3O., m.
    (t healthy location. College surgeon attends. all .. 5.311 a. n.. ........................ Beresford ........................... 12.11II Ran'
    Dr. McUIyuu has settled down to the students free of charge. Military discipline under .Blue I 11,30
    n'' I routine duties of a suburban pastor. In ''in Smoky quartz, found near Bear creek a graduate of West Point. Four' courses of Arrive tl'.:I :: ::..::::::::::::::: ::::::::...Sanford 8prings....::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: 9m :: ::

    Colorado, i is the most extensively cut ODDS AND ENDS.Dumas' nstriirtion Agricultural, Mechanical, Latin 'S 11.211 a. In............ .... .... .... ....Enterprise. ... ..............,....... 9.30.. m.
    j t 'his church at Newburg be has introduced American gem.Emeralde Iclentlno and women's., ; Superior: I equipment. : .. ... .. ... .. .. ... ...... ......80. Fla.RallroatJ Wharf (Sanford)........ .....................121OJ1.! .
    and
    number of and in Laboratories. Hives degrees of M. *
    city improvements
    a last play remains unacted
    as B. Business free Instruction
    +' his old time ability to make friends and have been discovered in Ari- It is such a savage attack upon Parisian In A. penmanship. course book-keeping giving: :, business law, Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.

    1 I} keep them ia as pronounced as ever. Bona, and it is said in North Carolina. i journalism that no baa had the hort hand, type-writing and telegraphy: .
    manager 5th
    ,
    P t Adolf Wagner, the famous professor They are, however, very small. courage to produce it. Fall HIM. For term catalogues opens giving Monday hull October information, J. A. LKSLIK:, 8upt. JNO.L.HOWARD,Fla.Fr't Agt. F.1If.IItONMONOER: ,Jit.,Kla, Pan*. Aft,

    )( i 1 Rubies of small size have been found address, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
    of political at Berlin is frank
    J n economy in North Carolina and Virginia, and it How quickly men are forgotten I The O. CLUTK; President, Tiir.o. G. Kaoiw, T. M., A.J COLE, General Passenger Agent, M. H. CLYDK, A.T. JI.
    in his criticism of foreigners especially .
    Cafe Bonlauger In Paris has changed its
    Lake City Florida. 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.
    is claimed also in Colorado and New I
    der Amerikauer. His is ,
    ( < delivery so rapid name to the Cafe Cannot, and none of WM. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agent.
    f, t) 1 that it is necessary for foreign students Mexico. its patrons baa deserted it. 5 Howling Green New York. 19, So. Delaware Av.,Philadelphia
    /1 a : to occupy front seats in his class- Alabama. Colorado, Illinois, Iowa, Rlpans Tabules.
    According to the latest statistics on Rlpans Tabules cure nausea. .-
    room. Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West -=
    that subject the Salvation Army owns Rlpana Tabules cure dizziness.
    + Timothy B. Blackstone has given a Virginia produce four-fifths of our bituminous -
    tI 18,000 bass and 17,000 tenor drums and Rlpans Tabules cure headache. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
    t 3 1500,000 library to his native place, the coal. baa 9,000 complete brass bands. Rlpans Tabulea cure flatulence.

    c town of Drunford, Conn., which will Agate suitable I for jewelry and ornamental The of Ripans Tabules cure dyspepsia.
    bo completed in a few months. 'Mr. objects, has been discovered in fruit evaporating process preserving Rlpans Tabulea assist digestion. Florida, New York,

    ,;, Blitckstoue! is to present his choice collection the Lake Superior: region and in so successfully practiced with apples Rlpans Tabules cure bad breath.
    r many i and peaches is said to work equal- Philadelphia and Boston.
    r of books to the library and will parts of the west. Rlpans Tabulea cure biliousness.
    \ 1y well with potatoes and turnips. Rlpans Tabules: one gives relief.
    also liberally endow it. Sailing from Brunswick Ga., direct to New York.
    I The silver product has almost uniformly Annual bargain sale now going on. Rlpans Tabules cure indigestion. ,

    s t'I STAGE GLINTS. increased since the discovery of Don't go anywhere else to be cheated" Rlpans Tabules cure torpid liver. PASSENGER SERVICE.

    -.- --- the Nevada mines in 1881, attaining ia the somewhat dubious way. a New Ripana Tabules: gentle cathartic. Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union IHipot' ), "AU

    t i p Winifred Emery, bucked by a syndicate 170,485,714 in 1890. York furniture dealer calls attention to Rlpana Tabulea cure constipation. Brunswick RAIL" F. C.7:UMI& P.p.R.m.U.Passengers, on Thursday going only at 4::0111'once] in.on Arrive board

    ' F ban leased the London Garrick Amethysts are widely distributed in da wares. Rlpans Tabulea: for sour stomach. steamer.
    1 ? .theater for 14 Rlpana Tabules: pleasant laxative. Through car without transfer, Jacksonville to Hrnnsnick.
    years. the United States, being found in New I' Lord Harris says that cricket baa be- Ripana Tabules cure liver troubles.

    ( a 1 Bessie Clayton has been engage-l by England, in the Lake Superior:! region, come one of the mainstays of the Indian Rlpana Tabulea: at druggists. PROPOSED SAILINGS I
    r .Mai, Hart: and McKee for Australian tour in Virginia and North Carolina in ,empire. He describes a game which was Lv..New York, Pier 21 E. K.,3:30.d.: m, (Standard Time.) Lv. nruniwick

    .of "A Trip to Chinatown" Georgia and in several of the western in Friday, June II..... ..........,..............COLORADO... ...,. ............... .....FrilayJunen
    y recently played the presence of 10,000 Advertise In the ADVOCATE if you Friday, June 12...., ..........,... ..........KIOGRANDE........................ ..Frlilav, JuneH
    ; ( Robert Downing will play "TheGladiator" mining states. excited natives. want to increase buslnoHs.; Friday,June 111. ................................COLORADO.. ................ .......iFrlduy, ,June:!
    exclusively the your Frlela)', June 26..w......".'..'.'...' ..RIO OltANDF.: ......'.. ...'.:'.... ......rlduy.Jllly'
    I'' during remainder Garnets are found in scores of places Friday.Jul)' 3...............................'.COLORADO........... .................FrldIlY,July lo
    I of the present season. in the United States. The best come
    For ltenera'llntomatlon.: steamers, trains, rates, etc.. apply to any railroad afrotft or to
    i William Morris will star through the from Colorado, though flue gems have \.. P.MURPHY,Trav. Agent.Jacksonville. CnAS. DAVIES Agent 220 W. )Hay St.Jacksonville.H. .
    west ,the remainder the been found in New England, New York, H. RAYMOND, Oeneral Southern Agent Brunswick Ga.
    i ? |[ during season and North @ ......................... .................. ............... ( C. U. MALLORY,General Agent,Pier 20, E. River,and. Broadway: N. Y.
    in "Michael Strogoff managing hill Virginia Carolina Several

    t r ,own tour. large gems of this variety have been discovered .....THE.....

    : j Mme. Emma Nevada, the favorite in California and New Mexico.St. :
    I" will fewt.:1 Louis Globe-Democrat. # # LADIES # #
    r. prima donna probably sing a
    :it: 'nights at the Metropolitan Opera House, A Boon to Florida !

    : I New York. I a Ancient Egypt. View it with opened-eyed surprise .

    i' t" ':r | "The Great Diamond Robbery" la doing Courtier-Has your majesty read the and purchase with inward : 1

    ,11 f J 1-I' an extraordinary business on the "History of the Sixteenth Dynasty" by 1
    : ''load. It has to crowded houses the royal historian? It is satisfaction : : : : : : :
    i L i : played a masterpiece. Water Works for Your Homes

    4r, everywhere. The King of Egypt-Truly it is, but ,
    1 he ought to boil it down. It is long
    t Eugene Tompkina has purchased the i;i't:ice )?rt -,'r iae i': I'f 1i 1: Etc
    to three under Control
    enough and he
    ,jAdelpbl theater melodrama by Seymour cover pyramids, your own ,
    ,flicks and George Edwardea called "One knows I can't spare him more than one.

    g.. of the Be.t. '. Truth.. IT SHIMMERS WITH

    "Michael and His Lost Angel," Henry The Only Man Who Ever Did. -: BEAUTY

    Arthur Jouea appropriation of "The "This is so sudden." said Eve. "I do YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO

    :Scarlet Letter," in a Oat failure at the not want you to think me mercenary, .KEATING-I

    1 Eniplro theater, New York. but what are your financial prospects?" THE REST, .

    I E. H. Sothern will clear close upon Adam drew himself up a little and

    ,:|40.000 for his share of this Mason' said with the quietness of true greatness, BICYCLE.Art Used with open and driven wells,
    'I >: Prisoner of Zenda. He "I own the earth '
    prafitson/'The and lakes.
    springs A few minutes workat
    Catalogue 4cU. In Stamps.
    |III to have a new play next season by The rest is bfstory.-olncinnati Enquirer
    an air delivers wa'ter
    pump the all
    Jerome K. Jerome.,.__
    KEATING WHEEL CO., : over your Louse with pressure. No cost
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    HOLYOKE MASS. to operate. No windmill or overhead

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    ( tank Simple and durable. .
    a' BLACKWELJS ... "'/ .::
    1 1 WANT Write or apply for particulars to the SUCH ER'S !Ji

    Fneanutic Work ,.
    Ui ADVOCATE, or toDearlng Water
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    i FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow &: Co., tar either or Domestic Public ParpoMi. r

    p NO OTHER.M Dearlnjr, Parslow & Co., i

    li (Successors to TilE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PAaSLOWMoa va.ea rLa.cI ,

    I SEE? Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise. -"-'-"

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    t DURHA A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We .

    purchased In January last the Immense stock of Piano, Organs, sheet DEALERS -

    music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out .F'Il.n.e:: : Wines: 'aenc1.: :L.t.Q.1.10rs
    the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full
    iit! line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos.
    We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200 more than we 411. a Ole W. Bay St.,

    ask for them l JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
    : onover.. style K, wal............... .. .....1M( Halnes Bros., style II,mah... ......,.........$2noHrhnhart. ,
    t .. .. K, el..5 IS......................... m Rye and Boerbonwhi.kie.from $1.7S
    .. J.eb .................. .. :saw Malcolm Love, wal.................... MoUrn to *JJ rga can. .
    'I J ... .............. ....
    wal. 300 Steinway eb..h....,...... Brandies from'U7S to
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    illulli S3.75
    i 'S M.eI....... ............. .. per gallon. ,
    III iIi ''I .. .. 4tx Everett eb..................... vis9oo
    y We
    K.waI..3'J Klngsburjr a'yl.1I eb................. ..... 3211 make a Specialty! nf North Caro.
    __ MrCammon.. style 2'J.wal.............. ....... auo .. .. A eb......... ....... ..... : IIi a.Mountain Dew Corn Whlikey, threeyear
    22nm.......?... ... ..... 300 Knabe Grand .................... .2&r: old,nJSO per gallon.
    T.. wm W ...eetep. u T, wal....... ..,?......... ilT5 Stuyveaant eb .....?....... ITS JDgs-1 pl.. 23cU,a gal.,88cU, a bblnPURE
    ...... ..... two Mg. ". T, eb............... ..... :280 wal.................. 2nn IIOrte.'J .
    Halnea Bros, eeb........... .......... ........ pl.,
    :7q Newsby& Evans eb. .. .. .... 1M: K"r-d 111 JII gal., $1.26; J<
    0 ... .w.ee.pata...... ..... .". .. 8eb......................135 Ju. K. at.ar, eb......................... Ho
    : b.r ..... bu. .f W..t. e ? 3, mah......?............ I9o Morris, loo Parses' living I.'Dry Town will do
    w.I1'. D...... 1f, S ... w Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and well to order from us. as we can save ,
    w .r ..... .......... MMONt. put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re them M Al per_cent. on all order a (r /

    .... tread..".-.-- -_... t funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, innatruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jack* -jap we"C.11? not y open send new money_with ate order onto. .* j c

    ? e..11.5.r........ps.- $ 08Y1lle; cash or Installment.. Sheet music at half price. Write us. WltabieJaekaoov111.reteenr.is given.
    }' : u I FREYER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPACT, No Good sent C.U. O. to Dry Towns.
    .t..d aSW w gsS .... .. I 'aI.s .
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    L.VLL FOR PKIMAIIY ELEC For Attorney. For School Superintendent. : r3Ilaafs.

    TION. THE lends of Col. D. L. Gaulden FEELING that there Is certain sense DON'T STOP TOBACCO. - __--moo 0 ---_-_ __ __ --_ I

    announce his name as a can- ty that forbids our present IOW TO CUltK; YOURSELF
    I didate for the position of Superintendent of Public Instruction O fled
    Whereas at a meeting of the Demo Prosecuting The Hotel Placid Eo-
    County Committee of Brevard Attorney for Brevard county at the from announcing himself for reelectionto W1IIL13 USING IT. 3. 1894I

    I'unty, held pursuant to call at the Democratic primary elections. : the above-named position, friends The tobacco habit grown on a man I -
    JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
    lurth use at Tltusvllle\ on the 7th day take this opportunity. of placing the until his nervous system is seriously af
    If f July, it was ordered that the chair- For ICcpreweiitatlve.ISDIANOLA mane of Mr. Juo. II. Same before the In the center of the oily, on Main Street, the dividing lino between cast and west
    footed Impairing health comfort and
    tian and secretary of said committee do voters of Brevard for re-nominallou at one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly] furnished throughout.
    Una\ a proper call for a primary election FLA., May :22, 1800. the coming primary election. lappinens. To quit suddenly Is too severe Superior Cuisine and Sorvloe. Bus moots all trains. Terms fci.AO: per day and

    L be held on Saturday, the 15th of Aug- I hereby announce myself a candidate/ Titusville, May 8th, 1896. shock to the system, as tobacco to upwards. ISl'l'cIILII'ILtUIi by the week. N. L. WAUD, Proprietor
    hst next; therefore we, Thomas John- for re-election as member of the an Inveterate user becomes a stimulant
    Minor S. Jones, respectively House -- -- -- ------- .. ----.----
    and of ----
    ion Representatives ------ -- ---- -
    of the Florida: hat his
    For system continually craves.
    Superintendent of Schools.
    and secretary of said eoramlt- Legislature
    Ihnirman subject to the DelUoc1'llUopl'lrmuy
    |.e do hereby give notice that the elections. E.NOH, FLA., June 1, 1S!>0. 'IMco-Curo". Is a scientlllo cure for the '
    lii'loun Democratic precinct coinmittee- W. R. SANDERS. tobacco habit, In all Its forms, carefully Grand View Hotel.
    lien of said county are directed to hold thereby announce myself as a candi compounded after the formula of an ... ,
    election on Saturday, tile 15th;: : Superintendent/ of Public
    primary
    I lay of August, 189(1( for the purpose of For Jlel>resentatlve. Instruction for Brevard county nt the eminent Berlin physician, who has used --
    democratic candidates for the approaching primary election. lily success It in his private practice since 1872
    electing SKIIASHAN
    FLA., May 7, lOUlJ.:;
    following offices in said county, to-wit : mast depend mainly on the notion without a failure It Is purely vegetableand TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
    | One member of the House of Representatives Thereby announce myself a candidate of my friends who have urged this announcement guaranteed perfectly harmless. You ,
    of the State of Florida the Democratic primary: election with those who may join
    County Judge. for the position of member of the them. If elected I shall du my duty as can use all the tobacco/ you want while

    (Cleric of the Circuit Court. Ilouse of Representatives of the Legis far as able. using "Unco-Curo." It will notify you
    Prosecuting Attorney of tlia County lature of the /State of Florida. JAMES L. ENOS. when to stop. We give a written guarantee RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT .

    'ourt. It. A. HARDEE. to cure permanently any case with

    Tax Sheriff.Assessor.Tax For County Clerk.INDIANOI.A hreo; boxes, or refund the money with 10 The office will be In charge of the Lesxne,

    Collector. For County Judge.To FLA., Juno 2, 1806. per cent interest "Uaco-Cnro" in not n As an "All-the-year-round" House. (-
    County Treasurer. the substitute, but n scientific cure, that
    People of Brevard
    / County : hereby nnuounce myself a candidatefor :
    County Superintendent Surveyor.Three of Schools. I nlll a candidate again for the I positionof I County Clerk, subject to the cures without the aid of will power nnd A First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel. ..
    (County
    Members of County School County Judge, and again submit decision of the Democratic primary. with no Inconvenience. It leaves the

    Hoard. myself to the Democratic primaries If Earnestly soliciting the support of all system as pure and free from nicotine as A for the convenience of meet all trains
    One Justice of the Pence for ellchJustice's I am again nominated and elected, I will my friends, I am, yours very truly, the; day you took your first chow or carriage, guests,
    endeavor to nerve the whole people as I :SAM'L: J. FIELD.

    [ One Constable District.for each Justice's DIstrlct. have tried to do In the past, and I shall smoke T. G-. :)3A.4rL", I
    ever bo grateful for the support you tI l
    [ have For of Hotel tin Ml, Sai'no.J. .
    :Nine County Committeemen.Such given me in the by-gone years, Representative.To Cured by Ilnco-Curo and Gained t

    primary election shall be held in whether the party shall deem me worthyof the Democratic Voters of Brevard : Thirty 1'oumls. _____________ ____ .. __ ____ __ ._ .. _'_0__ ; "
    accordance with the rules established renewed favor or not. I fool that I
    I[therefor by the said committee, and< the have not been able, though I have done I respectfully present myself to your From" hundreds of testimonials, tho Ri
    I my bent, to fully deserve the trust you favorable consideration as your Rep originals of which lllo A. HAPl'KRSETTE.- --
    following. precinct committeemen are are on and opento
    have resentative in the
    A
    Assembly. Though
    generously placed in me hitherto,
    (authorized to hold and inspect such and I offer myself again; for office with a voter of fifteen years' standing I in the inspection, the following Is presented: '
    I their RIVER 230TEL
    election in respective! precincts : hope duly mixed with humility. county, I have not before asked "your Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark, Jan. 28, 03.:\ IN' IAN '
    No. l.-L. K. B.
    I LaGrange Myer G.
    "
    voices and
    and your suffrages. I am aware I Eureka Chemical A\ Co. LaCrosse
    I Gardner J. A. Carlile MINOR S. JONES. Mfg. ,
    that I have
    political war-horses .
    some
    Tltusville, No. 2.-J. It. Walker, JohnC. Tltusvllle, Fll ., May :23!; '00. opposed to me, but, undismayed, I here Wis.-Gentlemen : For forty '."f,,. ," : ,\ : .. TITUSVILLE I

    Jones and J. F. Renaker. with enter the political arena, calling years I used tobacco/ In alii its forms. For ,

    City Point, No. 3.-J. D. Hatter, T. A. For Tax Assessor. upon all who are content to allow little twenty-live years of that time I wan a v .." '''",' Indian Ivor.
    Robinson and B. )" Iteal.Kocklodgo J:1:
    blood be introduced into
    new to the
    No. 6.-J. M. Brown S. S. announce candidate great sufferer( from general debility and
    myself a body to their ["
    Thereby politic, give mo generoussupport I .*i- Fin.
    Jones and J. M. Sanders. Assessor of Brevard County, now and at the primaries. heart disease. For fifteen years I tried ,
    Eau Oallie, No. 5.-J. T. Snell, W. R. Florida, subject to the decision of the I to quit, but couldn't. I took various -
    G. ENSEY..
    Itoesch and J. E. M. Hodgson./ Democratic primary election. I will remedies others J. A. HAl'PKUSKTTK
    Melbourne, No. 6.-S. F. Gibbs, C. T. thank my friends for their support. I among 'No-To-lJac, ]MANAOICU.of .
    "The Indian Tobacco Antidote r
    "Don
    [ McBride and M. G. Ellis. JOHN HENRY ,
    Malabar, No. 7.-D. E. Miller E. B. blo Chloride of Cold," etc., etc., but
    Arnold and Arthur Saegerstrom. OglMbjr** Joke on Pal..... Open All Tlie Year
    none of them did me tho least bit Sebastian No. 8.-J. A. Groves, H. B. For Treasurer. Ex-Governor Richard Oglesby and good. Finally, however, I purchased a
    Howard awl G. B. Hall. the advice of some of my numer Senator Palmer are accounted to be the box of your "Unco-Curo," and It has Ity I!
    Fort Pierce, No. 9.-J. S. Bell, R. L. BY friends, I announce myself as a best story tellers of the old school of entirely cured me of the habit In all Its il'lII' Only a few mlnuten
    Brown and W. J. Tucker. candidate for County Treasurer, to be story tellers in the state On one occa- forms nnd I Imvo Increased thirtyponds ; i 11,9?I l IoNm e-a1.m1/6Sp.o ul1 7, ,I I o. VIII walk from Rnllwny/ stations '
    Eden, No. 10.-J. H. LeTourneau, W. voted for at the next county election, sion when these two popular favorites { In weight and am relieved from l wa ''r and Steamboat land- ,
    F. Richards and J. L. Jensen. and will thank my friends for their sup Oglosby revivedan all the numerous aches nnd pains of I ,, I Ings.
    were swapping yarns a i cal ll ml
    Fort Drum, No. 11.-J. M. Swain, II. port. Respectfully, body and mind. I could write a quireof ,
    of
    L. Parker and II. A Holmes. intcrcstiiig series of rerainisoenoea On the banks of the-
    changed and
    Narrows, No. 12.-J. J. Roberts, F. C. CIIR. F. FISCHER some notably hard drinkers. condition.paper upon my feelings ".5 far-famed Indian River

    Poppell and W. N. Jones. "John," Raid he, "do you rememberhow : :
    Yours respectfully, P. II. MAIHIUHV, :D x 3NTJLJ W" :MANA.C: : I7MTs7NT.:: : t
    No. could drink He could
    Georgiana/ 13.-W. D. Owen, A. For Tux Collector. Beveridgo Pastor C. P. (Church, Clayton, Ark
    B. Carter and P. II. WhlttfeM.Jlerritt the he
    < drink and drink, and more '
    hereby candidate Sold by all druggists; / at fl.OO box .. ------.- -- --- - --
    No. announce myself per ; -- -- -- f
    14.-J. J. Lalioche, M. S. I as a drank the whiter he got, while you
    Sams and J. R. Miot. for re-election to the office of three boxes (thirty days' treatment),
    Tax Collector and I, John, if we drank a thimbleful, $2.50, with iron-clad written MOTEL: :: CARI.IETON: ': : a
    Ilaulover] No. 15.-C. II. Nauman, J. subject to the decision of our faces would grow as red as the setting guarantee/ ,
    W Griffis and Henry Futch. the Democratic primary election. or sent direct upon receipt of price.
    Canaveral, No 1(1.( -Geo. Quarterman son. Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka
    ,
    Respectfully
    II. Wilson and N. N. Penny. YOUI'S.E. "Yea." said John reflectively. "I re- Chemical A\; Mfg Co., La C rosso, Wls.. JACKSONVILLE, ,FLA. OPEN ALL THE YEAR. ,. ..
    Spruce Bluff, No. 17.-Madison Bridges W. HALL. member welL But, Bay, Dick when did and Boston, Mass '
    E. L. Winter and J. U. Winter. we ever drink a thimbleful?"-Washington "1:

    Ankona, No. 18.-John Waller, T. A. For Post
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    Taiiman and II. S. Thomas. Attorney.I ....Open all the Year Round....
    Micco, No. 19.-C. A. Smith, :R. T. hereby announce myself ns a candi- A. DllrereDoe.WitBefore ,
    Smith and date for the office of
    Chas. Werning. County At- k x '
    h "
    Vt twI
    Banyan, No. 20.-P. A. McMillan, E. torney, subject to the action of the ,{or R r lgr .

    K. Provost and R. B. Stewart. Democratic primaries. .Seaside Inn. vl .,, 4 1 f
    White City, No. 21.-J. F. Bell, John H. FREEMAN HALL.
    Orroll and C. Christianson. .
    Woodley, No. 22.-.1. T. Gray. J. T. :
    \
    Stewart and II. T. Gifford. For County Clerk. On the Ocean I3oaon at .,

    This July] 9th, 1800. I again offer myself as a candidate for

    MINORS.JONES, Titos. JOHNSON, re-election] to the office of County SEABREEZE FLORIDA
    Clerk, subject to the decision of the f
    Secretary. Chairman. Democratic primary election.A. fr

    A. STEWART. Many attractions and Improvement r

    :National Encampment of the I have been added to this, the most pop" ,

    Grand Army of the ICeiuibllc. For County Clerk. ular hotel of the East Coast. Ys'r t 1 111'ttt.. fI f

    St. Pant, Minn. I announce* myself a candidate for The beautiful, wide, smooth beach I III ft I
    county clerk of Brevard county, 1. t
    unsurpassed for driving and bicycling. !
    For the above occasion the F. C. & P, subject to the action of the Democratic
    and Southern primaries, and respectfully solicit the The surf bathing and fishing in both I'
    Railway have secured a support of all voters. ;j
    rate of one cent mile each J. ocean and Halifax River are excellent. .
    per way. E. FCLTZ. married i
    Tickets will be sold] Aug. 20th, 30th, Spruce Bluff, June IS, '00. used to like to have we me were talk to you. you RATES: 2.00 PElt DAY. Coolest and most pleasantly located hotel for the summer months.Kates I

    31st and Sept. 1st, limited for return Husband-There's a slight difference, Special Hates by tho Week. :From COcts per day and upwards. Special by the week, and to Commercial -
    passage until Sept. 10th. By depositing For County Treasurer.To my dear, between being talked to and men. Only hotel that the electric cars pass to and from depot. J

    tickets with the agent at St. Paul an extension the Voters at the Democratic Primaries talked at-Truth. H. F. STEWART Proprietor. GEO. A. BELL Proprietor.SURF r

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    of the return limit may be ob- :
    tained hereby offer myself as a candidatefor .. ... . .-.-,
    until 30th. This is --- ---- -- --- -- ----- ---- --- ---- -
    Sept. rate I
    re-election to the office of Treasurer CDRONADO-SURF-BATHINC THE TEAR ROUND
    open to the public. Tickets may be of Brevard County. I refer to my ClassCarpetlllgs t
    procured from any ticket agent of theF record during the past; and, if elocted, High CREST.. / tf

    C. & p., J. T. & K. W., or F. E. C. will give to the duties of the office the f

    R'y. The route will be via T. C. & P., same diligent attention and watchful. EB 'C1SNAItr SEA BREEZE FLORIDA.'f t
    as In the : rAl'1fLY'
    care past. ('l cony
    cent Southern to Railway, and Queen & Cres- Your obedient servant, I Of' MEW SM, ffltlA.1lAZDMULESOPBEACHFDRIIPLAT'C This comfortable, airy house on the Beach, opposite Daytona, U open all the .
    Cincinnati; from Cincinnati to ARTHUR T. FEASTER. year 'round. The many attraction that are olfered by 15 miles of n hard, smooth t
    St. Paul over any line desired. This UND11epetis1 !! Beach. Moderate Kate Good table. Artesian water. Central looiUIon-r-belng .I'

    rate also applies via Columbia., Asheville only a few minutes walk from bridge. and postofilce. Excellent: fishing l Id river
    and Knoxville. The F. C. & P. and For Sheriff.I H. E. CLARK Peuture..t CoronAdo Mode- and! ocean. Surf Bathing all the year 'round.
    rate rates, solid comfort, no ostentation '
    Southern hereby announce myself a candidatefor SYDNEY HAICH,
    Railway have been selected on
    the office of Sheriff of Brevard good fishing, good cooking.
    !account of being the only lines running County, Florida, subject to the action Sea Breeze p. o., Fla. ',

    through sleeping cars from Jacksonville. of the primary elections] and respect- 38 West Bay St., I
    ---T --- -- ----- -----
    --- --
    to I
    Cincinnati without change. SleepIng fully ask the support of my fellow citi- HOTEL MELBOURNE
    car berths may be secured by addressing zens. Jacksonville Florida ,
    ticket agent F. C.. & P. R'y, I JOS. P. BROWN. STANTON HOUSE.

    Jacksonville, Fla., or City Point, Fla., May 12, '06. Announces the opening of his Spring
    W. D. ALLEY, MELBOURNE Indian Rarer FLORIDA.
    Fla. Pass. Ag't., Stock of select and exclusive patterns. -
    Jacksonville Fla. D. J. JONES Proprietor.
    For Tax Assessor.
    fine grade Carpeting. and Mattings. Open all the year round. Good Fishing R
    }
    announce myself as a candi Hunting and Yachting. Rate.,
    Nervous debility Is a common corn Thereby re-election to the office of Rugs' and Shades In all sizes and colors $2.50: and upward.. Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms to
    'Plaint, especially among women. The Tax Assessor of Brevard county, subjectto
    best medical treatment for this disorder the action of the primary elections. Send for Samples and Prices, and you Proprietress, MH C. J. HECTOR.: Families.

    JH a persistent course of Ayers Sarsapar- Soliciting the support of all] I remain will lie pleased. 9 ,
    Jlla to cleanse and Invigorate the blood. your obedient servant, -.'
    .
    This being accomplished, nature will do J. F. WOOTEN.
    the rest. For Sheriff. AWNINGSFor ROYAL:iiiSY..PILLS Two Minutes Depot Walk from Central


    ..XTS...r "Sa Tl* HEWDWCWVKBT....w,rse.el.I ...trf.TIBVB rsU.5 FAILS.fur.u,.
    The greatest river is the Amazon. It hereby announce myself as a candidate .. 0.s..4..a..wlr..n'" .N Inf.l OHATTANOOOA, TENN.

    Is navigable for ocean steamers for 2,000 I for the office of Sheriff of Bre your Store or Residence. -- ...._...... l.rlyoraW.Sow e..d._575.r......5,50., aw a .
    to the Democratic ....r. -------- -
    miles from its month. At of its vard County, subject ..x.w;
    part
    primaries, and ask the support of my !:1:WW: fWPMh wv.er Is n d M''" I. JacksooTlIlfl's Jew Fire-Proof Hotel.
    course one bank cannot be seen from the friends. .. :.. PARK' COTTAGE
    many .....-- .emM..eelaTleazrC !:
    ,
    other. The observer seems to be looking HENRY T. TITUS. C1L;].. : 4.rrlrli-. jJL
    WINTEBSJDITB'SCHILL
    out upon a sea of-fresh water. I Sold by J. B. Screven, only. Hotel Geneva

    For Sheriff. OM BetttarttttTft West Palm Beach, . Florida. ,
    ]if you desire a luxurious: growth of
    healthy hair of a natural color, nature's THROUGH the earnest solicitation of Cor. Iforcyth and Cedar 0M..

    crowning ornament of both sexes: >ttse friends and fellow-citi Mill. eWen ttlV1t ./Jafkddnvllle. Fla.
    only Hall's Vegetable Siclllian. Hair Benawer. gene, I take pleasure] In announcing myself ...... Boarding by the Day or Week.
    as candidate for the office of Sheriff Modern Improvement., Baths, etc., on
    of Brevard county at the ensuing Demo Every jfloor. UM and Electrio
    cratlo primary election, promising In *1.W to 2.00 per day during summer. Light., Passenger Elevator. Artistically -
    The highest tide are said to be those the event of my election a full, fair and TONIC t; and Elegantly Fur
    In the bay of Fundy, which rise 00 and Impartial administration of the duties of E FINE VIEW OF THE LAKE/ '> nished. .'. V

    ?0 feet. They do not, however, as shown said office. 1 respectfully ask the of sap- Bates per Day from $2.00 to :$3.00.
    port and encouragement: not only my
    by recent observers come In with themlh personal friends, but of all !good Democrat ....PMw.c... iisliiim.i>........... ....OPEI THE TEAR AROUID.... Weekly Rate.on Applloatlon.ftpvelal /
    and roar that the Imaginations of *. DAVID 8. BRYAN.Eau NEVER! FAILS wele Hat.. nor the 0umm>...

    earlier traveler have presented. Game, Fla., Hay 10, '99. O. HOWES Proprietor. ED. L. OWENS. Prop.'


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    ; ;,; 8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. AUGUST 14, 1896. .. _

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    4' b Fancy Pineapple Slips nml Suckers A Slight IMscrcimncy.TITUSVILI.K Highest of aU in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report
    ROBBINS &
    THE GRAHAMl
    ,i for Sale.Abbulc.ik .
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    FLA., Aug. 13, 1806.Editor .
    : Egyptian{ Queen, Golden Baking ,
    i Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and / A tlrlJlatnAt
    : t: } 1irnAyrnnlsh.. Apply to the political meeting on tbe evening K oVal Paid Up Capital $26,000.00.

    1 ': a l\IAT.r.OCK & J'IIATTIIAw"'J of the 7th, one of the speakers, Mr.
    ', r "Palm Beach 1'lncry," MiicWIllIitmK, 1 believe, put the public Powder LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE
    1 ;? f Went Palm Hunch, Fla. debt of the United :States: at $.',2.oCJOc<> <) l-,
    (000.) The official statement from WashIngton -
    : issued about the first day of PORE We have for sale a large list of
    } Fancy: JMnvanjtle Plant. August, makes the entire debt $1,222-:! __ t1 BsOlLlJTEILY carefully
    312i! >H-l Ions cash in the deducted -
    Qt : ; treasury --- --- selected Indian River Properties.
    :"Il Jlbnkku Slips. 5 to 7-ln., *.TO( per 1,mo.) fium the above the public debt The Bicycle Knees. will be able to keep up-his record in the
    + 1 U to l -ln. and up, *SC Is 0,1.YI,312.! : :! By thIs statement Mr. future, as he is a very promising rider, Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Lint
    4 ,' $ per 1,000.> MacWilllams was just about 1,209,0O-:! '> and the AnvocATK: joins with our townspeople Canal and Transportation Co. /
    Suckers In proportion 000 away from tho. facts of the situation. Great Int.ere8t'wall centered in the five- in wishing him all succcs.
    'I Smooth Cayenne, :$20: per hundred. The second speaker, Mr. Massey, mile bicycle race held In town last:Saturday OATWAX- L.. S.NDS.:
    .I U J. A V. M. TYLKR, strongly emphasized the fact that tho evening, between Joe Wilkinson, of .
    Ice Cream.I
    f"" Fort lirce Pinery. surplus In the treasury, when Mr.Cleveland's I Rockledge, and Arthur Brown, of Titus Florida Southern Railway Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway
    4 first term expired, was ville, for the championship of Brevard Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Comp an,
    1,1',',' 130,000,000, and that said surplus was county. Our streets were lined with am prepared<< to supply you with /fine and other Low Priced Lands. Co'
    ', t Pineapple Suckers. not there when Mr. Cleveland came back, and other places of vantage occupied by Ice cream every Sunday.
    t" lf' and asked very gravely what had become an eager throng to witness the contest MRs. DKISNEK, Titusville. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

    : 1 will sell you more strictly No. 1 of It; implying with wastage.or memories nave cor- which ended so creditably for Titusville\ Titusville Florida.
    .Smooth Suckers for ruption. Men good numerous Cocoattes. who came by train Fruit Wanted.
    f.1 if, f Cayenne pineapple)
    not forgotten that In the campaign re-
    I 1 lie, than in Florida. and naphtha launch, being in attendance.
    man
    !; money any
    ,1. { sulting In the election of Harrison, the
    i I The start In the race was made in good
    I' All home-grown. also
    Try me.
    on the democratic side was the evil Ripe, or nearly ripe pineapples;
    'l 1, a t iico. II. WRIOIIT( cry and danger of a largo surplus in the style, Brown taking the lead, which he guavas, mangoes, : alligator
    kept to the finish about nine and another
    S.
    tjt' i, id. Orlando, Fla. one- Fred Chaffee &
    tropicaland
    bananas Co
    limes
    : I'f / treasury. This, of course, was a preparation half laps being: covered by the riders at pease, wanted. The .
    'f1 i' I HI I I II. for the revenue system, which It a very moderate Turning Prit- semi-tropical fruits
    I. I"" was Intended to introduce, and which pace. highest market price paid. ,,
    X1,1
    chard's
    ,,110'$ ', I Fancy Pineapple IMiuit has finally icsulted in a deficiency oftlI3UOOOO It corner, however, on the last lap, Address, R. C. Rains, fruit dealer, 25
    increased and left
    () In July of this year. During was rapidly Brown Hogan; street, Jacksonville, Fla. FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITUSYILLE FIA L
    Wilkinson ,
    ,
    going along Washingtonavenue
    \ :V 1'1 b ,r S Abbak.i and Egyptian; ;: ; queen slips and the four years of Harrison's: administration at a magnificent: speed, and fin- Registered Pharmacist. I ,
    ," ,$, 1t ; : t. 4i: suckers and Porto moo Mips. PI'lce8011 $:>!luOnOOn!(> ,() ) of the public ishing fully 3D feet ahead of his oppon- Pineapple Plantation For Sale
    debt where A Assortment of
    r application to was paid. This te'ls plainly ent. Then cheer after cheer rent the Complete
    : :.;1; IU !. W. Gounox Bnowx,, the surplus went; besides, the annual air, and our triumphant rider ami Cheap.
    t/\\r Kobe Sound, Fla.: interest on the remainder of the debt wheel were bodily lifted young and carried on PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundries
    I'',f, If was lessened 1,000,000:! by refunding a the shoulders of his friends. It was. a Located on Indian River, Florida,. ,
    { r, large amount ut a lower rate. It would For description and terms, address,
    tY. : ', For Sale, be well for llama who come to teach us proud developed occasion excellent for Arthur riding, who qualities has Box 14, Melbourne Beach, FIn. 8 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude, g Ec--
    {" and to be well
    ,1 political the economy history teach others. within a comparatively short, period; ;rr: We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.
    J! ; Common and fancy pineapple plants. up in facts before they and
    ; :: our people feel glad over his achievement
    .
    fJ select from. Lemon and A billion and a quarter a day form the IMano for Sale.A .
    to .
    Forty acres
    and truetTltusville will continue -
    f' ''' I'I h thor citrus trees. exact figure In the public debt as a license to have wi thin Its sphere the champion fine, mahogany, square piano for We want your trade. Give us a trial,
    (I"t r JAMES: I1orl\1 Ell, which might be given to the Imagination bicyclist of Brevard county. In additionto sale in Titusville; cost :$500; will sell for
    f }til! i w Jensen, Fla. of the poet; but hardly permissible .the pair of wheel tires which was the $2H: ( ) cash,,or on time.! Choice Line of Cigars/ Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfumer
    V ,: to the political economist. And, prize for the winner in this race, some of For further partltuiars address, Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc., .1
    a// then, the payment of$200,000,000 In four our boys presented Arthur with an elegant PIANO, 1/r/ Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps
    Fancy Pineapple PlaiitM.", years on the public debt, is rather a suit of clothes, which, it Is needless Care of ADVOCATE,
    solid fact with which to face the oft to say, he takes great pleasure In wearing Titusville, Fla.
    a, )14I Hardy, vigorous, grown without shelcr. repeated wonder where the $130,000,000or in remembrance of the laurels he
    Pi-Ices on application to $150,000,000 1: of surplus went. won last Saturday. : EZ.. BRAY': ,
    VERITAC. Consult James Mott,
    K. C. B. TYNDAI.L,
    one-mile
    After this event, a open was I
    37inarmo: (! Waveland, Fla. run between Willis Goldsmith, Ernest I Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
    Address to the Democratic Vanlandlngham and Wesley Joyner, the Orlando Nursery, for orange, lemon Hay, ,
    second-named rider coming In first and and grape fruit trees. grape vines and ,
    t4 ABBAKA Slips Voters of Brevard.Editor the first-mimed second. Marshal Niel roses. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
    ....
    Owing to some slight dissatisfaction JAMBS MOTT, Maple: Ac ITtiiioy O-rooeries, Fruit
    Advocate about the /first race o.i the part of the Orlando, Fla.
    PM1( 3'' Smooth Cayenne Suckers Red Spanish
    Kockledge rider and some of those In And Food ProductsOf
    ) from. healthy, vigorous homegrown I learn there will appear an article In attendance with him to them '
    ,
    ll l j Cling gratify Advertise In the ADVOCATE If you All Kinds. Also My Stock of
    ,, plants: for sale In any the ADVOCATE from "JetTersonlan Democrat Arthur Brown challenged Wilkinson to
    cS f ;'mintlty Write for prices, etc. ," and that said article Is written by a three-mile race, to be paced, the challenge want to increase your business. Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
    i u THOMAS & KLDRED, Capt. It. A. Hardee, In the name of being accepted. The pacer, Ernest ,
    'r Ankona, Fla. Johnnie Harris. I had given Capt. Uar- Vanlandingham, led the riders around Ground Food and Wheat.I .
    d ( dee the credit of signing his own nameto the track at a lively pace and made them s ; I am the only house on Indian River dealing eX.Jlu8lvelyln the above lined
    b his articles, but'it seems this virtue hustle, Brown taking /first honors In this Y Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. invite your correspondence and solicit
    has left him. Now, I yet assert that it race also. Being thus satisfied that your patronage. Very truly
    ; ABBAKA.... Is untrue that any official had any Influence their rider was not able to beat ours, the i EJ.'L.: :SRADY.EDZ : : .
    over me at Tallahassee, as to the Cocoaltes took the defeat good natur-
    I :'Slips and Suckers For Sale. county court or any other matter; and, edly, returning home In their launch the ESTABLISHED i e8
    as to the bill for bonding the county, all .
    same evening.We JACKSONVILLE FLA l'ARD: ... I
    know how he worked to get the county STILING.
    have doubt but that Arthur
    no
    i, Rod Spanish In ) any bonded, and yet he is trying to make the
    j *n application. SAEOER!: BKOS., oeoolo believe he was oonosod to bond- OoooA< Florida< : : ,
    ;. ((4; Ankorm, Fla. fng;and blames me for"I letting the people
    have the right to vote on the bill. The NewSelden DEALER IN........
    Isn't this trying to deceive the people
    and mislead them P My position Is clear Wood'and Metallic li
    SLIPS and SUCKERS. before the people In my former articles.
    Now, as to tins "JetTersonian Democrat"
    representing) the people, can they afford Cypress Door Company Coffins and Casket
    S Fancy..... to trust him (Capt. Hardee I mean, not ,
    Harris) who Is not responsible for these
    A"" articles. Have they not trusted him
    P.EILATIiA F"L..A.:
    ; 1 :me-Grown Varieties once too often, when he cast the vote of ,
    ......
    : ,. the county for that carpetbag republican Will, about October 1st, 180(1(, turn the steam on to Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department Is un
    ,
    der the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using the
    Canova for United
    States senator PIt
    !: FOR SALE. Is left for the I people to decide whether One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind attention.most improved methods of embalming. All orders EDWARD by mall STILINO or wire receive prompt
    they can afford! to try such a. representative i ,

    +I ABBAKA.PORTO RICO.. time when again there or not Is; so and much at this at stake.critical and General Wood Working Plants in the United States Cocoa, Indian River, Fla.

    As your space is limited I will not say
    t t : t GOLDEN UEEN..t more. W. R. 8A DEns. And with experienced, management, (covering a past experience of eight
    .t years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best THE DECANTER.
    t SMOOTH CAYENNE. possible material and workmanship at our bands. Our production will cover

    and A Delightful Kcccptioii. boors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hothouse Materials, Tanks, Glass, eto.

    RED SPANISH. ,; Lesley & :Renal
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    The Dally Resorter,of Tetoskoy, Michigan -

    LAKE WORTH FRUIT CO, well,known referring in to Daytona Mr. and and Mrs.on Ulodgott Indian/ Ph. nix, The St. Augustine Cycle Co. Foreign and Domestic, Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies,

    River, says: "D. A lilodgett, of Grand Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.A .

    Lake. Worth Fla. handsomest Rapids. Is the summer possessor homes of one on the of the is- Diamond Has the' best line r wheels I First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.

    Correspondence Solicited. land. It has also been one of the gayest Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mill
    1 h this season, having: been a place of entertainment and sundries in the state. All orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RKXAKER,Titusvlllo,Fla.
    for a I large number of guests a Excels
    r HOME GROWN....... ever since It was opened. With their Kinds' of bicycle repair work '
    force of servants, their horses and traps and other Ladies Awarded Gold Modal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition,
    neatly done.and Atlanta,Ga., 18U6.THEG. .
    and other accoutrements, Mr.\ and Mrs.
    Pineapple Slips lilodgett:( are able to entertain their Gents In Stock., F. W. BEERS, Prop.
    friends right royally. Mrs. lilodgett laa H. HAMMOND COMPANY
    charming hostess, and she was at her .
    and Suckers. best on Tuesday last, when an afternoon ,
    GEORG MAR.. JOHN MARS.MARX \ .
    reception was given lit her cottage for

    f r 'Of the following: Varieties her Misters, Mesdames Matthews and :B <>a.9 PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
    Dugas, of Charleston, 8. C., and Atlanta,
    On. Mrs. Ulodgott Is also entertainingat
    Wholesale Dealers In .
    FOR SALE present two very charming
    : young
    Hammond, Ind., South Omaha Neb. IU..>
    Chicago
    ladles, Miss Mona Ungns and Miss Hyr- : Groceries: : Fr"\Li't: ari.d:: Produce.:
    nlna lingua who will remain Salesrooms 234 West Bay St. Thos. W. Fl.u
    ibbika Porto Rico Egyptian Queen tho whole Dunk Manager\ Jacksonville,
    summer." 131 and 133 Ewe. Bay Street and :93 emS :35 Nevrnan Street.

    Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth Taol f>sonvilio< : : i TlorJL< : :
    A Cabinet Position for
    Quay.
    Cayenne Pernambuco and
    ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

    Red Spanish. Information from Philadelphia! Says Write: '1.1S :for Prl.oes.:

    i Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS, Senator Drown, Westmoreland county, TO OUO WERS!: :-Lot us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege
    PH., la confident that Senator MatthewS. tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes ana Cow
    i 1. ; Florida Pineapple .Company, Quay-now engaged tarpon fishing at Pens. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.
    l WEST PALM BEACH FLA. St. Luclo-will be In President Mo Kin- LANDS for
    ley's cabinet. Ho said, "If McKinley la MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Lemons, Grape Fruit & Pineapples

    elected president, Quay will be in the
    t t 1 cabinet, and the next Legislature will IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES, FLORIDA.In .

    The elect two United States senators. You HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ?
    can put that down as absolutely correct. order to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits In the Counties named, the
    He won't be secretary of state he would
    -
    : 7 Avera grocery (Co. probably prefer the naval portfolio. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. will, for the next 9 months, make a Redaction
    They told me In Philadelphia last Febru- If not, don't you think you ought to have one ? I have got the Five Minute of
    Tienty-flYfl Per Cent Price of Counties
    ary that Quay would either bA president White Mountain Motion Freezer on Its Lands in Above ,
    Triple at tho following prices, viz :
    I or a cabinet officer. Lately I have been OR 13th 180 .
    UNTIL ,
    INFancy Informed that It Is settled there Is a 1 quart at .. . , . . .4 1.30 each. For terms and Prices. apply to DECEMBER
    s place In tho cabinet for him." !3 quart at. . " . .. 1.50 each. D. C. SUTTONor W. R. West Palm Beach, Fla.]
    and 3 quart at. , .. , ... .. _, .. .. 1.80 each. W. C. VALENTINE, Fort MOSES
    Staple Tarpon Fishing: itt Canaveral. 4 quart at. , , .. , .. .. , . .. , 2.20 each. F. S. MORSE, Miami, Fla. or Lauderdale to Fla.
    Theca prices are only good until the stock is exhausted. Keep
    your eye ontills JAS. E. 1NGRAHAM Land Commissioner,
    .
    Groceries ,
    : Bargain Column.
    : Our Canaveral correspondent says that ST. ATJQU8TINE. FLA

    _- : 'Confections.Ice bight tarpon of have late.been Frank very llorton plentiful and Tom the THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART THE rv.GEO. ---

    r had a rather novel experiencewhile ,

    : : ; Cold Summer recently.tarpon They fishing espied In a Canaveral very large bight tarpon Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. # * '* WIEDEMAN BREWING COMPANY,

    \ lying motionless on the water, and

    ;; ', ,....Drinks. rowed near enough to spear him. Aa FOR SALE BY Brewers of Fine Beers Standard Extra Pale a Xnencheaa'
    I the stuck him he lively Lager
    ;r CIGARS, TOBACCO, FRUITS, soon* spear : was ,
    \ enough and, starting off at a very
    't" t' VEGETABLES, and COUNTRY PRO- rapid rate,to wing them about three miles EDWARD STILING......_,......... ........... ... ........ THOS. A. BETHEL Manager. Bridge St.
    \

    _S.., } w DUCE. TitnsTtlle Florida. length.before be a strength monster, measuring gave out.seven He provedto feet In The Lnmber, Hardware and Paint Dealer %::Ckha, 07 .aroden l gBa r. "''aoacso5nville 10 dozen pint,Amber.., : .. .F+iorida< $9.00.: -

    rows, suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-ln, tread i A size larger 10 dozen pinto. White._ ...... .. ". .. :'.. 9.50.
    suitable .
    JBteED blanks lOc. each 93.00 100 of be for Pineapple Plantations, 0-In. tread.l. ; .
    at "PalntoO" had
    -Samples b
    I ; per may Ji-bbU. erbbls. .'. :. .:. .. 2.23.
    the ADTOCATK office. the office free of Indian "
    : at ADVOCATE charge. COCOA River'FLORIDA''r '
    {- ". ;.. .... ;.. .: .._. 4.50.



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