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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 21, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00079909:00040
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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,OCAL NEWS -A store In one of tho most advantageous Head This Column Carefully. THR EAOI.K CI.OTHINU STORE, Tltlll4Vlllo.III TEN CENTS'" will buy you n go..l half- Stiong boy wanted nt limo AI>VOCATKofilco

positions in Titusvlllo is now for selling a calf-skin shoo, Goodyear hose, In black or tan color, warranted to learn the printing buslnetm. 11
Topics! of General Interest. rent. Apply to Robbins A Graham welt, equal to a band-sowed, nt f:2.50. fast full\ and
; 01' If you need any job printing we shape, ono piece top -Mrs, Geo. Cook, who has been on the
Chas II. Walton, Tltusville Fla. shall be pleased to get a share of It. seamlesa. Try a pair from the Eagle sick list for several weeks, Is now around

-The defeated and successful candidates Clothing Store, Titusvltlo.Mr. again nsimuat.1IOTKL.
fcly and General GOAAlp in .nnn..Uonh -Mr. T. A. Feaster, of West Palm;
Biscayne Bay. Lake Worth, Indian, Beach, spent from Saturday until Monday A noon article In a percale, ]laundered should now shako hands

Knnna antI Halifax River, Key Went in town. negligee; shirts for 75: cents, at time -:Mr. J. O. Walton has been spending Edward Stlllng/ of Cocoa, nftorspending ., NOTKS.
ll all other Important Point along. thet Eagle Clothing store. Those garmentsare ; several days lu Jacksonville this wuuk.Tho n short time at I'I\CO: Me.( has"
-Mian Sallie H.ill of after Detroit Mich. We have in Tltusville two '
Coast of Florida Brief iiienllon of Faustina n full regular made, with double gone to now open
ant visit to Seabreeze, returned sloop Yankee Doodle, after .'14 good \vell-mauagod summer hotels r
yoke link cuffs and high-cut low-
erecting; vents from Varlixi Parts 'home -An AUVOCATK reproHontiUlvo, oa
on Tuesday.The cut collars attached or detached.MONKY. undergoing/ thorough overhaul, U IIH you will find in any part of Florida. ,
the \World About People You Know in Wednesday evening wo vory hospitably I
time
water' for chal'tCl'Tbe .
p People You Don't Know Picked article from Capt. R. A. IIardee again ready entertained by Sir. I\mIMrll. ISeo. Marx We acknowledge receipt of n very

[by Our Society Editor and a large staff on 2nd page, came too late for insertion : We want money to loan ou first detent of Captain Fischer by who have a flue and cosy resilience in pioUily-culoird bill of faro and a in u noincut -

1 Correspondent Mattered along the lu last week's ADVOCATK. real estate mortgages. Ton per cent only throe votes proves that that ho has the Suburbs", of Jacksonville. progiamme of Manhattan head

int Coast of Florid -Mr. I. Cohen one of Miami's well free of all expenses to lendor. D. L. quite a number of friends. tho county. hotel. Manhattan Beach L. I., sent 1111
GuiiMon Titusvlllo. by Air. Joseph I*. Greaves time well
known store-keepers, gave our office n Messrs. Goo. M. Robbins and R. C. NoUt.c.The known ,
and of Hotel
popular
[Applications for membership In the pleasant call on Saturday last.Mr. Scilmguour: attended the Republican Aloaznr, tit. Augustine managor who Is
liavllle Tennis Club should be made FOil $2.50 a calf-skin shoe, equal to n county convention at Melbourne Tues depart-
a11I1\11's. :
George F. Miles, who working committee of the Exeeutivo seat at tilt head of the auditing !
has. II. Walton, secretary have been stopping at Natural Lake, Va., hantl- ewcd article, can be bail 1 at tile day. Committee will meet at tho uouithoimo uncut In the above fine hotel. Mr.
Tl'tusvlllo.(
Mr H. Walton of Clifton Is In are again In ISt. Augustine.Store Eagle Clothing Store -Prof, and Mrs. J. R. Anthony antIfamily at Tltusvillo, on Monday next, Groove has many friends on the East.

In to-day. to rent in Tltusvillo. First- are expected to rotiiin hero next Aug. ZlthP at ono time in., to make un Const, who will gladly welcome him '

class HIKE'S Root Boer the week from Georgia, where thoy have official canvass of primary: election here' the coming winter.Scuatorlal .
position. Suitable for furniture !: great summer
-)[r. Chas. H. Nauman of IIaulover.e a
been spending the and to declare tho same.
; our office a short call on Monday. of dry goods store. Apply to Robbins' drink-at F. S. Chaffee/ .1t. (..Vs.Foil summer. TOM JOIINWON!
Graham. -Mr. E; L. Brady, who ban been on Con veil tlon.
-Wanted at the ADVOCATE office a first class shoemaking repairing the sick Hut, loft for Atlanta, Dalton and Chairman.f .
bog boy to learn the printing busi- Weather permitting, there will be a
other of last lie
call on J. A. Daughtery, Washington parts Georgia Friday
sailing party from tho City wharf this You're Not a Customer ot Dr. II. 11. Wilson cha.Iiman of the
Tltnsvllle Fla. Shoos madeto expects to return homo to-day or tomorrow -
avenue, ,
I (Friday) evening, on board the Yankee mocratle Senatorial Committee has
[Moonlight sailing and rowing has order In fine style. Ours
Doodle. roee kv..l a> uommiintoattoii from Assist,
i much in vogue on Indian River of -Mr. Norman Hastings, ofInterll\chen. 'ass. Agent J. D. Knhiwr stating that
-Mr. John S. Franz of the
well known ropersentatlve, of Tampa the Marvin, BUY an Illl-woolllllit at the Eagle Cloth- has gone to spend a month at Summer It will be worth your while to como lie will\ make a rate of one faro for tho

-We regret to learn that'Mrs. II. T. Hall Safe and Lock Co., has been in towna Ing Stoic, Tltusville, for ....itO.. Haven, near St. Augustine. He has a In some time and take tho tlmo to look round trip from Titusvlllo and all toIOIIH -

IS IsII.\ but we hope to see jier out day or so this week, and became a sub- .large orange/ grove, which is doing ro- over some of tho values wo are showing. south thereof to West Palm Itoiich, ,
[in ere long.Mr. scriber to the ADVOCATE.The I mll.rkablyVull sluoe the freeze. Wo'll be glad to show you around but and that tickets will\ be sold August :31st '

-Did you say Dlmlck for senator P lIe I We to learn not a single article will ever bo forced and limited to Sept 5th. f
that Mrs.
and Mrs. Frank Duron and Wilson has regret R. W. The convention will bo hold Tuesday
Cypress Company III a good man with an excellent record. Rhodes has boon the sick list this upon you-that's. not our way. on -
fly, of Miami spent from Saturday just completed a durable fence on (Sept hatBetween
very And don't ,
If the goods prices Impressyou
|11 Monday In town. around their stables -Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Schuyler spent week. Mrs. Greg on-who has been f
enclosing probably feel that will I bo
so that wo
several weeks in you
!Sanford
spending
from Saturday until :Monday at the seaside : -returned -
Judge M. S. Jones and County Clerk five acres for a horse lot. This firm In home more than satisfied when you take them
Oak Hill. Wednesday to attend
I A. Stewart spent, a day or so at the best fitted up in this respect of any in near : her daughter on home wo would'rather not soil you a Key Nest and Miami. r

', Pierce this week. the State.-Palatka Advertiser.Mr. -Mrs. Louls'A. Brady and Miss Mine thing. Can Interest you tills week very ---.q
Brady will leave for Boston about. next -It is really remarkable for the pink strongly in shirt waists and wllllhotoQlli..
-Mr. Forrest Lake of Sanford has E. A. :Morgan, of Melbourne, / Mr. R. :Morley: general manager of
be
In assisting Mr. S, N Gladwin at theirml has been spending a few days In town Wednesday. paper subscribers to adding during the names these of dull so times.many JUI.IUH KLINE. the Koy West and Miami Steamship Co., I

ice factory this week. this week with his brother, :Mr. F. A. Captain Bob Hardeo says he thought It new shows who has boon spending about a week In
Morgan. lIe came up to see County his many friends would help him out an appreciation of our efforts; East Const Hrtck Co. Jacksonville, passed through here /hutur-
-MI'. Geo. B. Hall, of Sebastian, was Clerk A. A. Stewart with reference to this time. and no matter whether they are sllver- day last, en route to Key West. Mis. f'

town oa Monday. He stopped oft at taking out his naturalization papers. Ites, gold-bugs, democrats, republicansor Morley left for New York on Sunday's.
stlna for awhile on his return south. -Editor Oslin; of the Melbourne populists, we gladly welcome them This company) Is now making first- Clyde steamer so Mr. Morley will bo a. k\
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-Mr. O. H. Voss, who has been busi- Times, returned home Wednesday, froma all. class brick, unit, from tholr yard on the
lonesome tho next mouth
Mayor John B. Reilly, of Miami is ly engaged for some time past looking trip to Kentucky.The river\ near Jacksonville, havo every man during or
Those of readers two. Tbs steamer of Richmondwill
be a' very happy man since the after his grove and superintending the our throughout facility for shipping) by rail or river.Several \ City :
Clearance of that little stranger at histo erection of a fine residence at Enterprise, absence of mosquitoes this sum Florida who need brick should certainly of our citizens of the East Coastare hereafter, run twice a week during I
the East Coast lirick'Co. the summer months Instead of throw
hailed much Jacksonville
Ie. mer has been with pleasure give -
from and
spent Saturday until Monday in Interested In the company, as acompliment
by our residents and visitors.W. a trial ordor Tho brick they are times,, and will soon be under the command ;
town with his thom the derives -
family. to
Mrs, Fred F. Chaffee, after spending making/ is said to bo of excellent quality, company dipt. H, A., Bravo, who has been 4I r
bw weeks with her mother Mr. J. R. I Senator M. S. Quay, who has been R. Knox has the contract to lay and we are confident the manager Mr.J. Its name Mr. Smith tho manager Identified with the Florida East. CoastLine

there, at Bartow, returned home on I stopping at his'winter residence at St. : tho cement sidewalk in front of Mr. E. S. Smith, jr., who, IH well and favor of the company, IH well known to the boats for several years and whoIs '

turday last. Fred Is now happy Lucie for some weeks past has had a private L. Brady's new brick store ably known throughout the state, will do )trade In of building this suction material, nnd such hall as a lime large now In charge of tho steamer IJI"oll'Do.

In. wire connected with his residence and -After a dry apell of several weeks :you justice and give entire satisfaction. cement etc. Wo {bog, to call the, Since the Improvements to Miami harbor I

Quite a number attended the Metho- the main line of the Western Union Co. i rain commenced to fall yesterday much : -Hotel PlaoUle, Jacksonville still plaster attention, of our. readers to tho mlvt of which \have been by )private enterprise -

|t church entertainment and social at Charles Berkner Jupiter, is acting as to the pleasure of our residents. seems to be In the load as a popular the East Coast Brick Co. on our 8th page ,. Miami \has grown as a shipping
operator for Senator Quay.A Many fruit schooners front the
Grand View hotel last night, the -The schooner Queen Capt. McFad- house. gentleman, who called at tho of this Issue. point.
keys and tbo Bahamas arrive there al1 air being a success both financially very enjoyable dance was given at den, bus been on the ways at Tltusville ADVOCATE oftlce this week HI\ltllt was a 'of their with little trouble., I'
1 otherwise.We the Indian River hotel Wednesday night, this week, undergoing a thorough over- good place to stop at, the table bolng cargo

acknowledge, with thanks, rept in honor of Miss Aline Brady, who leaves haul. excellent, tho rooms neat, clean and airy, Wont 1'iiliu Ilencli Primaries.
for Boston next week. There was quitea and the hostess-Mrs. Ward a -
of a very elegant pack of lllustrat- Mr. M. E. Oruber of West Palm very Grand Jtleyclo Races itt JaclcMonvlllo. -
cards from the Plant Railway Co. I jovial party of dancers ,resent, who call this week. courteous and obliging lady He also The West Palm Baaoh correspondentof 1
Beach gave us a pleasant .
.ey are quite unique, and are an excel- tripped the "light fantastic until about lIe expects to leave for Charlotte, N. C., referred to Mrs. Ward's clinks as bolng Citizen says: Tlio county primaries
|t advertising medium for the above 11:M p. m. next week. very attentive and obliging.We wore held Friday, August 1-1. on which --

pony We presume we have to -Mr. S. II. Ray, who'has been In Chicago acknowledge, with thanks, receipt date the senatorial primaries were also On Thursday. next, Aug. 27th. there
link Mr. Moreton Plant or Col. B. W. since May, returned home on Friday Lawn tennis Is being played In frontof of a book of views of liar harbor held. Nineteen delegates were electedto will be grand/ mid-summer meet of tho

j eon for remembering the ADVOCATE.Mr. last. lIe says that while he likes the Indian River hotel every after that fashionable resort In Miiiuu[ -wheio the senatorial convention to be hold Jacksonville cyclists at Panama Park M

Lovett of Jensen's Chicago for some things, he found the noon. The game is getting to be quite Mr. Geo. W. Morton, of Canaveral holds hero, on September 1. These are all well us a bicycle parade dancing lu the
George one popular.The. 11011.1 for Dimick. The outlook for Mi.Ulmlck's Pavilion inuslo by the First Battalion
,
bmlnent pineapple Is about air there very different to that of Indian the responsible position of manager of

I leave for the home growers of his parents for River-It being very oppressive for some Sound Money State Executive the Kobo Valley Club. In a letter to nomination Is most' encourag{ Baud etc.
hhort', time at Hall Llch- time past. Mr. Ray says he Is now enjoying Committee will hold a convention in the ADVOCATE Mrs. :Morton says she I ing. In the latest Issue of the Titusvlllo\ In consequence of, this grand event,

Id, England where hews ordered, the the cool breezes of Indian River. Jacksonville on Tuesday next, the 23th cannot gut along very well without the ADVOCATE, Judge M. H. Jones, of the the East Const Line will sell round trip

vocATE sent. Mr. Levett's In- inst., at the Park Opera house. pink paper, as .she misses the East Const llrevard county court, comes out in a tickets from nil\ stations. between, Miami
many Mose: Mensey, colored, for some news much. Although :Mr, and Mrs. strong endorsement, for Mr. Dlmlok. and Jacksonville, on A IIg..'liith. limitedto
r'n' and River an friends wish him a safe jour- years past an employe of Mr.F. T. Budge, -Capt, T..W. Lund who has been at Morton very are delighted with liar' harbor Never has there been such unanimity Aug. :yxth. at tho following low tutus. ,
return.If .
early of Miami, died at 7:15: p. m. last Saturday his home in Jacksonville for some time they still at times, fool a little home on the choice ot .a senator from tills district. bicycles free :

of consumption, In the Warren past, expects to leave to-morrow (Satur- sick for their beautiful place on Banana Mr Button's chances for representative HATIM!

You Drink Liquor house, at this place, his remains being day) Augusta, Ga., where he will remain River. Mrs. Morton says she I III now In are brighter than ever, and UlUUll, West I'ahn nelWb, Ellen,JtmsM\'
interred at LaGrange on Sunday after. about a. week. lIe will return to whirl of gaiety and that her liimlmud there .Is no doubt that he will also havea Ankoiii*, M
lie brought from Miami. Tltusville about tho first week in Sep/: walk-over. the North Ank'ina. Fort Pierre anti WOU81.14.! / .
was : UD Delegates to
noon. county
lot it pure from W. B. Dawson, Jack- Is quite a bicyclist, doing a number of Hobantlan, koIIelan.l. Mell"mirn... 400a
Wille, Fla.- where he went when Mr. Budge starterbusiness tember. fancy tricks on the wheel. Wo hope to convention are all reported for lilin. Harno. Kail mills C...,...., City; 1'olnt auVsm.tlua

there, about a month ago. -Writing the ADVOCATE from Bar see some of them thin coming winter ,Tltunvllla, Lyrata, II 00
Oak Hill l, IlueomberILwk'sPark !l00
-Mr. Geo. H. Rines left here, Mon. Harbor Maine, correspondent says 1>lr. when ho arrives In Tltusvlllu. OranicaCity. Junutlun, 200t .
Bones \Vniite day, for Miami, to take charge of the and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton of Canaveral, Roseland. rliiiyrna, Daytona, Ornnndliarwmai'J k
Favorlta, K anolii, Hnn /M
East Coast Line station during the absence attended tile first hop of the season at A Republican County Convention Howanl'a Klil|>|(",t'alatka Mllt8fi Palatka.- -. I on
Save your bones and send them to the of Mr. Jas. McKinley, who has the Malrorn, Monday night. The )[al- n, Adanm having a dyke built to Ht A"K'llItln".I'lttPiburir, Nuililtt. en

icksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack- gone on a six weeks' vacation. Mr. vern hops occupy a distinct place In the keep out the back water from tho river The aiiin rnteii will b.charged fmiii Intermediate
(nville, Fla. Will\ pay cash for them. Rines Is a very attentive and zealous social life of Bar Harbor. They ore always ou some of his. low muck land. "laU.."". Tliiketa go-iif. to return Frl officer of the company, and his many well attended and exceedingly delightful AliI atth.UII rellular: tralllK_
Was held at Melbourne
California's Finest Claret friends are In hopes that he will return affairs.' Tho opening hop Monday when the ticket on 1'uonday, L. C. Moore I I..* having A new dock
to Tltuuvllle. Mr. F. O. Williams, of night proved no exception, despite following wait put In built on the north side of his. place.
I Fort Pierce will occupy the position of the fact that the rain fell In torrents all nomination : For senator, O. T. )[c- The dock will be In the Sebastian river, They Like the "Advocate."
|i i'73':. per dozen. W. B. Dawson, Jack- Carty; representative E. I'. Branch; "
ticket agent at Titusvllle while Mr. evening. Among those there were Miss but will overlook the Indian Rtver. -
nville Fla.Notice treasurer r. T. Wetmore
judge
; county ,
Rlnes la at Miami.If Marie Hcott, Miss Helen Sanders, Miss V. H. Harris; tax collector L. D. Lock- A light rain saved some of the lawns. Mr. Uuo.. [Levett of Eden says :
McLane Miss Jean McLane Miss Susie
any of the ADVOCATE readers along Miss :Mazle Mrs. Wm. wood; tax assessor, John McAllister; from being burned up, but unless we Please forward your Interesting paperto I r
to Bike Itidcrs. the East Coast have a piece of interesting Sturgis Sturgis county solicitor, L. (1. Braluard; public have more some of those recently plantedwill me at 1'ocklngton Hall, Llchfleld>
Lawrence Green Mrs. N. L. Anderson
news, do not think it too much troubleto Roswell Hitchcock schools superintendent W. B. Ilalnlln; have to b.. re-set. England, as I should feel quite lost If I
Mrs.
Miss\ Anderson ,
send It to our office, as we will always sheriff II. C. Htarck; surveyor, A. E. failed to receive the popular pink paper.
[Commencing on Monday, Augdst 17, make In column Mrs. It. Hall McCormick Mrs. Geo. W. Wednesday night, the trainmen, put i
be glad to room for It our Lyman.
d :Morton M. L. Strout Prince Raoul off between here and Sebastian
7> until further notice I will\ clean a negro ,
distance Fuller will bepublished
bur wheel prices from !SOcts to $1, de- possible. If friends from a are Wrede, Geo. W. Morton, Mr. Ilellen proceedings Issue, probably, from the northbound freight. The A'well known Jacksonville' merchant
If In next ,
ending on condition of machine. All on Indian about River or make you or have your neighbors Frederick :May, A. T. Kemp, William our negro fired several shots at them from 11 says t I find the ADVOCATE rather a

ork guaranteed. Popular prices on are to of, or kind recently let Lalmbeer Joseph Harriman Mr. Vignette revolver but did no damage. A hot good advertising medium, so please con

Itlier work. Bike Instructions given made hear about improvement it. If former any resident, us of Reginald Johnson Edgar Scott, You Can Make Your DollarsGo box delayed the train at this place and ., tinue my ad. three months logger, and
a
foe Smith, Titasville Fla. Hugh Scott Lorlng Hildreth, R..Hall some of the crew teturned down the send your bill monthly.:
little
writes interesting
Indian River a a
you McCormick, F. L. Mitchell and Murray track In search of the negro but as we
news (not of a private nature) It Forbes. a long way by carrying them. heard no more firing we concluded that -
may interest many of the ADVOCATE readers You can save both time and money by I II. J..Williams New York Your
Be Sure to Read This. he could not bo found. says:
along the East Coast If published. If purchasing your ladlesgents' and cbll-
pink paper la one of the best little
you have a suggestion to make, see a public The Eagle Clothing Store. dren's shoes of I While writing the above It has com- weekly) I get from Florida and I

. For sale} or will exchange for desira- evil, or an opportunity to benefit the I JULIUS KLCUTltunUre. menced to rain.Show. read It papers with much' Interest. 1 cannot;

le Florida property, stock of merchandise people of your town we will\ give you 100 suits to be closed out regardless of Via.Buggy understand how youget" so much news

consisting of drugs stationery: space to make It known. We are work- cost ranging In price from ....00. ....ro. Case "Wanted. In a small place like Tltusville.
pbacco, cigar and case liquor; Un- Ing In the Interest of the East Coast; and .OO. $3.50 to 94.00. All In need of a Wanted.In
ited in New Mexico; will Invoice, with we want your assistance, either in news medium weight salt will find these suits -

Ixtures about $4.000; the finest climater subscriptions or lob work.Pineapple :. the greatest bargains ever offered. \ six or eight foot show case. State Mr. Frank Sharp, of Coronado, says:
>r consumptives. Address, D. W. B., good order with harness In exchange particulars and lowest price for cash to The ADVOOATB Is very popular at this

are ADVOCATE, TItvsville, Fla for two acres of good pine land; I. Cousin: place and the people take Interest In

FarmAt Wanted. one acre cleared. Close to Melbourne. )Miami Fla. reading It. Send me forty copies of this

Apply to O. O., week's issue, and find money enclosed

Marshal's Notice. Waveland Fla., will\ be sold at a A first-class laundry woman; wages, Melbourne Fla. Fine for same.

sacrifice. Write 912 per month. -

All parties owning loU In TltusvlUe, O. E. Coo, agent.Fla FORT PIERCE: HOTEL: A Valuable Offer. Writing the ADVOCATE from Barner' "
Jensen and mellow
ho have been served with notice to Fort Fierce Fla. Old, pure corn whiskey, Point N. Y.. Mrs. 8. V.Thompsonsays

mOTe the scrub from said Iota and put For Sale or will\ exchange for desirable 93.00 and 9J.BO:. B. per gallon.W. Jacksonville.. : "The weeks would not be complete -

Ine same In good sanitary: condition are W. D. Dawson Store for Bent. Florida real estate my Interests la four Dawson without the friendly visits of the
hereby warned that naleM' said order !. valuable mining properties carrying gold newsy ADVOCATE. As we gather upon

promptly carried out, I shall report their silver and lead; situated In New Mexico. Millinery.Miss the veranda of our hotel and watch the ,
fames to the Mayor for prOceedings Jacksonville Fla., state agent for The store in the ADVOCATE block Own Interest In two, | In one, and brilliantly-lighted steamers passing up

''gainst them according to law. Bartholomew" Rochester bottled beer-a just vacated by E. I. Brady, Is for rent. 11-18 In another. For particulars address Florence Norwood, Tltusville and down this beautiful lake, I am for-

L. T. COODBY fine tonic-*1.23 per dozen; 10.50 per Apply to Robbins A Graham D. B. W., care of ADVOCATE TI- Via. Mall orders promptly and efficiently reminded of our own. delightful .l i'
Marshal. barrel. Tltnsvllle, Tin tnsvllle, Fla. attended to. Indian Biter."



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t '-4'1r.: Savage, after being duly sworn, sayeth t with of these statements. Leh's threat I Knights of Pythias Biennial Encampment Florida East Coast

1 : : that John A. Chancey'said to me about of carrying the matter to Washington at Cleveland, O. Railway\
and New York I take to
M.itH as meaning
: Il fourteen or fifteen years ago which I -
j bring it before the German Legislature. FORMERLY THE
think was In 1881, that he thought of As I sent him over to the city ball in For the above occasion the F. C. &: P.

I buying Capt. R. A. Uardee's cattle as Chicago to prove up his final papers, and and Southern Railway will sell round- Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway

H{ 4 rg "Merit talks" the they run. lie said : "I know what I as he can, I am told, take out his second trip tickets from all points In Florida to Time Table In Effect June lath 18OO.
4 i.\.:. intrinsic value of Talks I and vote at the coming election, it Is
\ am doing; I know as much about the Cleveland, 0., at a rate of one fare for
,. 11; Hood'e8nnlsaparlll.. well to let his friends know that any ----..;:
i ; m Merit In medicine means the power to cattle as anybody." redress he may seek of me can be had in the round trip. Tickets will be sold South Bound. North Bound.

t' R. C. SAVAGE. the Florida courts.Apologizing 23rcf limited for No. No No. :No .
'1 tllli! care. llood's Sarnaparllla possesses actaal Aug. 21st, 22nd and : STATIOJSS. STATIONS.No :-:,,.

4 '1'I ", aDd unequalled curative power and therefore Sworn to before me on July 4th, 1800( truthful statement for the length of this return until Sept. 2nd. Lv Jack..onvllle.. .. 018 31. 705p 87 ._209 _.. .311..LvMlamt. ...... _IIl1Oam-"i 18. NoM \0:dJ8 ,..:.!1

I it baa true merit. When yon bayHood's S. F. TRAVIS, Those who contemplate taking advantage ArSt. AUlfu8Une. 1030 a 11211 I' ........ ? Lv Lemon 'lty.... 1I10a In' 11331,
I am, with due respects, Lv St AUl/'uKtlne. 10311 a ... ......... .... Lv.Ft Lauderdale. 887 a 124I''
I .5 8araaparllla, n>d take it; according [Seal.] Notary Public.I Yours very truly, of this *,cheap rate can secure Lv E. 1'.I..tka.. 111: a . .. ........ .. ... Lv Linton... .... 611.1: am'01 ,

;: to directions, to purify your blood, or LAWRENCE C. WOOKE.: through sleeping cars from Jacksonvilleto Ar 1Cmlatka.... .... 1180 ------Lv'VPalm. .. .... ..... ?.. Beach. '130 a In ". 911:! a'',
{ ,." ;' core any of the many blood diseases, you Lvl'alatka.... .. .. 10M a.... .... ........ .. .... LvW' JUIlter .... 8011 I' 01. 1110'1: '
have just seen a letter to Capt. liar- Cincinnati only via F. C. x& P. and --- - LvJenxen......... 8 "IIam
j \\j are morally certain to receive benefit. Ar San Mateo .. .. 1Wp . . ... ...... Lv Eelen .... .. .... 904 '
a0
t .z The to is there. You not dee from John A. Chancey, stating thatIn Are you tired all the time? Then your Southern Railway. This rate also applies Lv San Mateo .. 10 00 a .. .:..:.:..:.:.: I.v Fort Pierce..,. 0 40 a m : :. .: eta; I 01:'
1 pi i power cure are 1881 or 1882 Hardee had swindled him blood needs to be enriched and purifiedby via Columbia Asheville and Knoxville Lv Orll"I.... .... 12541: . . ........... . Lv Sebastian.. .... .10 ao am... .. 3. I ,
(q'r,; 'i trying an experiment. It will make your Hood's the blood Lv Dayton".. .... 1 01'1' .. .. ..... ... ... .. I.v Itcaeiand It 4-1 a 11\ '
,: blood rich and nourishing and aJ'f' in a cattle trade, and that I had said Sarsaparila, one true the new popular route between Iv 'ort Orange: 1181' .... ... ...... ..... Lv1\lellurno..II23am) .. :
1 'j pure, / Hardee gave me (25O to tell him a lie, Purifier. It gives vigor and vitality. LvN'ewfhllyrlla..IIIOI': .... ...... .. ? ..I.voauUaIlle..I133am.; .. :: "'
I,, : i II. I drive out the germs of disease, strengthen which ia false. As to Florida and Cincinnati, giving a daylightride LvTItlrYRlo, .,.. .. 2/13/ I' .. .... .... ...... Iltlckletige I1tl8 ... 1 "
i I I I ft : the nerves nd build the wholeayatem. absolutely me receiving the beautiful mountain LvCocoa..831p.. . ........ .... Lv .ooa..... .... 1200 I' m .. ...
through :
J'f' i up a cent from Hardeo to assist him Hoods Pills are easy to take, easy to LvR"I'kleeljC htIa ..... . .... .. ...... I.v tlIlVIll..I.IM: I' ... ... .
11. 3. In a trade is false Chancey claimed tome operate. Cure indigestion, bllllou ne ll. scenery of Western and North Carolina Hallie. .... 40.1 II .. ,. ..... .. ... I.v New Smyrna... 200 I' .. .... : I"LvEau
-: that he knew all about the cattle 25o. -"the land of the sky." I.v Melbourne.... 413 I' ., ,. .. ...., .. ..... Lvl'nrt Orallg. 22'A I'
( :, t i' n I.vUo.elan'I. 411.11': .... ... ..... ... .LvDnytona. .. .... :. 3it:
4 ,., ', ,1 Hood'sSarsaparilla that he bought of Hardeo Through/; sleeping cars leave Jacksonville I.v RebuoUan, ..... .111 I' . .... 410 a. ...... Lv OrmOlul...... .. 411 I' in.11'j. 'j
: M M. W. SI" IONM. Mr. Harris Replies to Mr. daily for Cincinnati at 0:45: p. m. LvFortl'lerce.... 60111' ..... ... .11180. .. .... Ewmt Palatka,., 28 p : : :
.J'JI, h Sleeping car berths will be reserved by Lvolen ... .... 632 I' .......... II 31 a. ...... Ar Ran Mateo : '": _
State of Florida County of Brevard. LvJensen.... .... 631 ........ 01 ...... I' .
Sanders.", I' a Lv San Mateo .... .. .... I
1 applying to any ticket agent, or to I.vW. .Juplter.... 730 I' .. .. .. .S.. ....... ..... I' .
\ : : : This statement was sworn to and subscribed W. D. ALLEN, LvWP&lm lIeneb. 8M I' .... .. .. 930 a ... .... ArPalatka ........ ..2 / pm -.. ... I'
11, ,!. before me on June 29th, 1800.< Fla. PI' S. Agent,: LvLinton .... ... 114.11': ...., ....1108a ... .... Lvl.alatka..... .... t I.m. ... .
.. ; ,- ..: ,r ;. Is the best,In fact-the One True Blood Purifier. Done at Cocoa, Fla. SEBASTIAN, Aug. 17, 1816.! Jacksonville, FUl. Lv Jo'tLauderdale. Oallp .......... IllIa .. ....ArSt.AlIl/'u..tlne. : '": :
J' S ( ;R'; Lv Lemon City .090 I' .... .... 300 a .. .... Lv f\t. Augustine 111opln7--I-
f S. K. TRAVIS
It' .. FrepseedoulybyC.I.Hood&Co.LowellMase.i Editor/ Advocate: AtMlaml.... ..... 1030 p .... 3211a .. ArJackaonville.. .. _:
j :'I" [Seal.] Notary Public.Mr. .
i!.iI I f',.I .'' I',, :. {' HOOdS Pills gripe Do not ARdruggfxte,2tla P"rne. .l>aln or There was an article In last week'fIADVOC"'TE You and Your GrandfatherAre Trains 31, 32, 31. and 78 between. Jacksonville A. .k: W BRANCHT

from W. R. Sanders In whichhe and St. Augustine, dally
Jr J i" : Natanael Mortonson, a well known NORTH 1iOUND
1 j ,f, .' 'j I _________- .__ citizen of Ishpemlng Mich. and editor says: "1 learn there will appear an Train 200 between 1\l1aml and Fort Pierce,
; STATIONS. No 2 Xo
'J' f fi 4'I Democratic NombJceH. Superior Posten, who, for a long time, article In the ADVOCATE from Jelfer onl- removed from each other by a span dally except Jllonday. f _Xo

'II'", 1! suffered fl'Omthe most excruciating painsof Democrat, and that said article Is of many years. He traveled in a slow All other trains south of St Augustine dally Ar to New Lake Suryrna Helen 3&iprp 1.1: 3dp 4 .......
filII''
I, Presidential rheumatism, was cured, eight years written by Capt. R. A. Hardee, in the going stage-coach while you take the except Sunelay. Orange City 121101' 3IMp< ? :
For Electors : ago, by taking Ayers Sarsaparilla, having' name of Johnnie Harris. 1 wish to lightning/; express or the electric car. O. City June IRip 33111'' ...

i .1' i i b R. A. BURFORD, of Marlon county. never felt n thing of it since. state that what he learned was a malicious When he was sick he was treated by old SOUTH AAUSO.

)! W. 8.; JENNINGS:!, of Ilornando county. falsehood ; and I suppose he learnedit fashioned methods and given old fashioned -
STATIONS:
{ 8YD. L. CAUTKU, of Alachuit county. from his own Imagination, and said medicines, but you demand modern N'o 3 !No.1 No' y;,;

if: j J. F. WEL1JOUN, of Orange county AN EXPLANATION.ROMELAND article of Mr. Sanders was intended to Ideas in medicine as well as In every thing Lv" New Lake Smyrna ij 803da -;--.
Helen
I injure Capt. Hardee. else. Hoods Sarsaparilla is the med. 2 Slip 10 6Ma I ..
i r"I'i p 0 I For Conr/roBM 2d Congressional Dist : : FLA., Aug. 10, '0<1. But It seems, from the recent election, icine of today. It l is prepared by modern Ar Lv Or""lte O. City City Juno: 305pIiNit.801p' 11221: : ...

!''Ii f a a ROBERT W. DAVIS. Editor Advocate : that a very large majority of the people methods and to Its preparation are

r : For Governor : had but little confidence in what he brought the skill and knowledge of mod TI eae Time Tables shows the times at which trains mav be expected to arrive and depart" f""
Dear Sir :-The following article appeared learned. the set er.lIstation., but their arrival or departure at the times stated Is not guaranteed nor*.
"[ ': WILLIAM D. BLOXIIAM. in Malabar items in ern science. Hoods Sarsaparilla acts the Co.apany hold Itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising therefoni'i.
your your Respectfully the blood and making
by
promply upon J. R. .' AnilOTT,
: '' 1; For JuHtlco Supreme Court.: Issue of Aug. 7th, 1800 : JOHN II. HAKRIS. pure, rich blood it cures disease and establishes tie-Preiddent. J.AlIs't D. BAIINKK Oen'l FanHenger.
} rq MILTON II. MABUY. "There Is a German family, consistingof good health. Agent

a man, his wife and three little children )-
1 For Secretary of State : Hall's Hair Renewer enjoys the confi- .
which has boon
staying at II. C.
,,1 JOHN L. CIiA WJo'OHD. Starck's for several day They arrivedat dence and patronage of people all over In reporting a meeting In some of the The :

Ig':l y ''f For Attorney General : Malabar on Sunday, having walked the civilized world, who use it to restore churches the preacher said that "several Tropical Trunk Line
and keep the hair a natural color.
"t } WILLIAM B. LAMAK.i here from Roseland, and tell a pitiful hatchets were burled, handles and all." I
story. They were persuaded to leave
t ""t'S For Comptroller : We like that. The trouble is too often
4 their home in Chicago; by a gentlemandown
Jacksonville
STATE OF OHIO CITY OF TOLEDO ) Tampa & Key West
'( W. II. KEYNOLD3. Railway
P the river, on the promise of work, LUCAS COUNTY. } 6e.. that in burying hatchets the handles are

.\ For Treasurer : but they were not paid, and were finally J left within raach. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.SOUTH .
';.Z h: 1 ( % CLAUENCE B. COLLINS : driven away without shelter or Frank J. Cheney makes oath that heIs
food. And now, by the kindness of Mr. the senior partner of the firm of F. J. NOR'fHNo _--'"

For Supt.. of Public Instruction : Stank, they will stay a few days until Cheney A: Co.:, doing business in the city Just now everyboby is beginning to No. NoD No. 21 .23 Time Table In Effect July 26, '96.Ar NO. 3.1.: No. 78.10.,-..

+ W. N. SHEA Tt;. they can send to Chicago for money togo of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, take a Spring Medicine. And I 11 Is a good: LocalMixed: s 900p937p .0 OOa Lv.... ...JACKSONVILLE. ....? i 30 a m 840 in6011pm\4sy:
i For Commissioner of Agriculture : home with." and that said firm will pay the sum of thing to do provided you take Simmons ..... 9 27 a ..,.. .....Orange Park.. ......... 8 /Main p .Mlxr
One Hundred Dollars for each and .. .... MoWy 947p 834a987a .. ?, ..... .Peoria. ........ .. ..... 688am606am 6 01 m TiiesiU'Tliured.
LUCIUS B. WOMBWELL.CAl'T. case of Catarrah that cannot be cured every Liver Regulator best cogs Medicine.It's ........ and Krl ... .. ... ...'..Magnolia... ....... ... . ...... ..... .p... '
The facts these : by a sluggish l liver that the system ... . .. .... lOISp1125p ....GreenCoveHI.rlngll. .... ...
Gustave Leh are his wife and three the use of Hall's Catarrah Cure. and makes bad blood. A dose a day of ........ .. ... .... .... .... ? ... ... .IluBtwIck. .7.... ... .. .. .. .. ... 31pm ..:8&1.: ..
chil- ........ 10 1ba 1041la. .... .. .. ... .
t < THE FRANK J. CHENEY. Palatka ...... .... ... 800am 4fllpl1l
IIAKDEK AND dren were brought by me from Chicago, Simmons Liver Regulator will make a ...... U 24a llB2p: 11 ra'/ . .. ...... Butsuma. .;. .. ..., ,, ... 4 20 a m 4 12 111, 82p 94
t f 4 : CATTLE TltAl>K. to work on my plantation. They were Sworn to before me and subscribed in new man out of you, and a new woman ., ...... U 40a 1207p lisle ? ..., ,.. ... .Pomona.... .. ... .. ... 4 10 a in 36tni) |p 2J4paIHpo pn
,, to one-half of the my presence, this 6th day of December, too. Look for the Red Z on the package.!; .... ... 13 IBp 1222a 11 48a ..... .Crescent City Junction. .. .... 853am838am/ 3 41 p m I
e' i t4. 1 repay me railway fare, A .... ... 12 /Mp) 12 40 a 12 (Xia .. ....... Seville... .... ...; ... 3 22
D 1880.! A. W. OLKAHON It Is Simmons Liver want. pin lapa
; SKDASTIA.N, FLA, Aug. 17 OB. and wore to receive a combined monthly Regulator you ........ !23111' IUa 124lp.: .... ..ieLeon Springs... .... ... 267am 240pum llama
:
I''. ? wage of f7.0o.: <) They were told In Chi- [Seal.] Notary I'u bllo.Ball'a ........ 320 p' 120 a 12 82p: ..... .. ....... OlenwoodBeresford .......... .... 240am 2 31 pili 104,1., .
's ;i' \ Editor Advocate : of the drawbacks hero such .... 400 p 143/ a 1 lop .. .... ...... .. .... ...... ..... 2 a a m160am 2UpIII, 10 Ida.
cago as Catarrah Cure Is taken Internally Ragson Tatters "You don't know ....... 4201' ....
.......
red sand ........ ... 127pAt1.} ... ......,DoLand..... .... Lv. IMplll'
: I understand that a report baa been mosquitoes, bugs, flies, etc., and acts directly oq the blood and 8201' ,". 1MpLv } { Ar .....
+t: at this season of the and made what it is, pardner, ter be t'rowed down ........ ....... .... .... t205p.. ...... .. ..Enterprise..9"A32pm.IS .
I :i' t circulated to the effect that I swindled year, up mucous surfaces of the system. Send by everybody wid no frlen's nor nottln'." ... .... ...... ..... 4 osp Ar3Bflp .........TlTimviLLEPaola.: ......... Lv 1710 &III.. .
r j trade their minds they could stand it. A room, for testimonials, free. .. .. ... .... .... ..... I? .... .... .. ............ . .... a m .
1 ,, one John A. Chancey In a cattle 20x20, was provided for them, two large, JI' J. Cheney &: Co., Toledo, O.rrSold I The other-"Don't I ? I'm a baseball ........ ... .... .... .. .- ... ?.. .......Sorrento......... ... .. ........ '
I W several! year ago, hence I deem It but comfortable, wire-spring !buds and mos by Druggists 70c. umpire." .... ... ....... .... .... ...... ......Mt. Dora....... ..... ........... 849am\ '
j quito bars and the windows had ... .... ... .... ... 4 Dip Ar....... ....TavareaSanford.... ....... ..Lv .. ..... .i!,63UIIII.. .....
fair to the voters of Brevard county and ; seven ........ atop aasa'165pAr. .... ....... ..... .... ... .Lv 1 30 a III! 9101

myself to make public the following : cloMely-wovon cotton tacked on them to :::::::: :::::::: .... .. :::: :: ..Altamonte Springs.... '
exclude all Insects. They were fed on : :,. ,.Winter Park. .:... ::::;; :: : ...
1 1'L A month ago I received a. letter from the same. diet as I lived such i SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD, ........ .... 6 BO a 330p .......... .. ....OrlandoKlKDimniee...... ......... 12 IS p m 11U a m930am ... .,.
II upon, as I-Hlntka, Fin. .... .... ....a. .. .... .......... .. .. ....,.. .... .
l John A. Chancey, saying that I made n egga, Iced milk, fresh meat every Friday, E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine. ....... ........ Ar..Bartow Jo....... ..Lv .... ,.
ham, breakfast bacon and canned .... .... ...... .. 918 a I 616pLakeland.'g .
cattle trade with him In 1881 1882 vege .
y 1 : ; o-t tables, etc., etc. They were told to WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY ..... ... ........ tl23oa e sop .. .......... Bartow. ... ... .,... t MSOprufl pm 7 48\ 111I .
(, and taut I swindled him in the trade.II .... .... ........ 11 30p Ar., ., .. ..,PuntsGordaLv .. .... tlllOam.10110 / .
bathe frequently In the salt water and ........ .. .. ... a 74op Ar..........,... Tampa..... ..... .Lv 30 m 800am720am ....
\, : (Chancey) also said that I paid Mr. warned repeatedly that they must not Manufacturers of ..." ... ... ..... .... ...Tainna Bay Hotel. ... .. p ....
J.
I '
M, Simmons $230; to tell him lie to help attempt to work as hard here as In Chicago ........ .... .... 1130 a 8 20p93np Ar. ... .... Port Tampa..., ... ...Lv.Ar .4 Mp in ....
...... Monaml Tllurg Lv. .. ...... Port ....
... .
Tampa Thura. and Bun.
2 HO
n ) to swindle him, anllf I did not give liim They disregarded everything said .... .... rues &; Friday 3 Wp Ar..........,?..Key West...........Lv 9 30 pin m/Wed. and But.
'\ ,+1.\:\ (f I $275 ho would let every voter ia the ida to them soies.and I sent became Leh covered to Sebastian with Flor-to #; Cypress Lumber, Shingles, and Lath.* ..... Wed and Bat. 6 OOa Ar. .. .. ....Havana .. .. .Lv 12 80 p p m Wed. and Sat.

x : : t county know it. telegraph Dr. Butts, of Fort Pierce, to Daily t Daily except Sunday.

i M ,' About a week after I received the first come up and prescribe for their ail I A large/; stock of Dry Cypress flooring, calling, siding, mouldings, shingles, Trains' O: and 78-Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between New York and 1 P"'

t :1 letter, I received another, 'which I will ments. lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress Tampa daily
t I had cooked, personally, the last two mouldings of all Train 23' leaving: Jacksonville dally at 8:00: am.. arrives at Hawthorne at 1I:4J: : Gnlnenrllk
j i give\ a copy of, and you will see by that meals they ate on place and had patterns a specialty. 12:4S: Ocala 1:35.: Lwslmrg 3:88: Brooksvllle 6:011 p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville at 8:no p. a

1 I letter why it took him fifteen years to told his eldest boy to my stay out, of the When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. arrives m<' l lt.\ Petersburg at Oakland' 11:40 8:12: 1'a.' m.in.,' Lacoochee dally except 10:46 Sunday.: a. m., Tarpon Springs 3 :30 p. in., Clearwater 4.311 1

) find out that he was swindled. I bavo kitchen the night before they) loft lIe Trains 21 and 32, through Pullman sleeping cars. between Jacksonville and Tampa.
came In the next morning and wash- W. B. COFFIN, ,
t often seen Chancey since we made tho was o. D. ACKERUY
Ing the dishes which they themselveshad General Superintendent. General Passenger AK>a''
trade and he made
never any complaint
used the night before when his
,
,' 4f to me. Tills l Is the first time I liavohetftd father came In from tho buck, cuffed him HARRY MASON & GO.

I any complaint from him, and you oat and said, ."To h-1 with the dishes." ,'
& i
( d $'r will see from his second letter that ho I called\ Leb to me for an explanation, The florida Central peninsular gailn a
and he said, "You send him out last
fl would not have known that he
now was
;
I take him out this Jobbers in Fine
night, morning. I II. MASON A COW Imported
; swindled if he did not think that I
them reminded him that I had done the Short Line
between
)I 9: would be elected. I also give a copy of cooking for them and did not for n moment Bay Street, Florida and all Northern' Points.,

a sworn statement of Mr. Simmons and Intend to clean up for them, and JACKSONVILLE, Liquors and Cigars High Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

j'. others, and could get many others to He that reviled( "he could, "I'm go ready when he now got; I ready got 25:" Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington, B*\

4; ; wear they would not believe Chancey oent.lie was not ordered off my tlmore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

r on oath. place, but was shown every consideration Grade Whiskies Etc Everett Macon
Atlanta CInclnnat
Chattanooga Nashville Louisville
,
Respectfully, that one man could show another and Chicago. ,
during time whole time-from July Uth to .
,.
R. A. HAROKK.: Slut he with ------- Everett, Birmingham| Holly Springs; Memphis Little Rock Kansas City, ,SLouis '
1 July was me. Wblekles-importe4andDomdetioi: Southern Belle,Rock anil Rye.. ............,from$1.5)pergal Chicago, Sioux City. t
I had four guests in my inn at the .nIU.DomeMtlo .. peach blackberry, and peach and honey.from$1.50pergal

i CITY POINT FLA., June '80. time, vie., Messrs. .las. T. Hogg and A. linn-Holland, Old Tom, eW.... ...,............ .....:. ..,. ... ...... ..,....... ..from S1JSO per gal River Junction Pensacola Mobile, New Orleans Texas, Mexico, Califonii
; K. Campbell of Melbourne and Hum ... .. ... .. .. .,.. .. .. ..... ... ... ..... .. .......... .... .. ......... ....... ..from '1.110 per Jral and the Pacific Coast. Effective April 10 18U(1.1LPe.1 .
Capt. R. A. Hardoe.Sir Messrs. Wine*-Port, Sherryl CatawbaMuscatelClaret, etc., from .. ... .. ..... .. ...... .. ..ll.ooperital ,
H. G. sLacelle and Wm. Wentworth of Clareu- .. ....................... ... .... .,.. ... ............. ..from '2.2.' iwrcase New York Express No. 3$, leave J.'t"+ "'
'i / :-.As I wrote you a few days ago Minneapolis, Minn. :Mr. John Macauley, Bottled Beer .. ..... ........._ .. ......... .. .. .. .... .......... ..... ...from fl.JO; per do.. .rues e C. R. vine 7:30: a. m., dally, with Through .
and you don't'seem to reply and I want of KoMlitud, hoard all that was said to !33T": All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. O ? sa4. s 5 Sleepers for Savannah, Columbia York 1 ashinp and --

to a'falr shake I have decided Leh, and neither he nor I thought for a Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without extra 0 Eastern Baltimore points., Philadelphia Connects, New for remain"
give you moment that lie would take wlfo cost. Money refunded for a .
n too "empties" when returned. Express Company will wpm p Arrives Jacksonville 9:00: p.m.
r to send you the first copy of what I do sick to cook :bet own breakfast and start not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. w' ,N.CON oI ;

i a"" I Intend every' voter In' this county shall for Melbourne on foot, doctor being on Send for Price List, or call upon MASON A: CO., .i SAVANNA Jacksonville New York: Fast p. ni. Mall dally. for No.3.came' nnnf WjJ

I see, and let you read it first before i the way, to meet and attend to them. aOl, 807, 300, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. N'' y ern points and for rernandlna. Arrive Jeri
R They loft however, she carrying her .4 / JA, onville 10:23 a. m.
end it to the public. I would have
child aod valise and
youngest a ho alight I
khl done this two years ago, but I cou'd' see bundle of V lr RUlLr
bedding.I Labor Saving Economical I Incombustible I IPAINTOFF. + Only Line ThronRh the Benntlfn. aeiF
t there was no chance for you to be elected sent word to them, through Messrs. y..;/ Country of Middle Florid. I ..llnl.*.: ""i.. .

I{ ; but now I know that If you are Campbell and Hogg, advising their re n Nda.w for Knemnbl" Lake City Bay Live Leave Oak a MadiwneMo utlydNL ,.'
turn and also sent the doctor word a """
by aN. Tallahamue, rover Junction Fentacol"
allowed to will v. ; IYIi
'r run on you representthis Mr. John Maeauley to attend them wher- 'a a.i'eo CN30NVI New Orleans and the southwest, Mexico;
j county this term, and if you don't ever he found them. This he did. I 0 %* 5w5. fornla and the Paclflo Coast. Carrie 81''poll-1
Arrives Jacksonville 7:08 a. m.
17 come to my terms I will defeat you or also wrote Mr. Jas. T. Hogg/ to put them QUL? oaGAC :
11 In one of father's homes In Mel .
spend something trying. I am determined my (Patented In America and Europe.) Eva 4 -
bourne, and provide them wllh food for o. w
to let you down, or have something one week. I have since withdrawn these b .h Leaves Jacksonville 9:.M s. m. for stark'l':

F of what, you have swindled, me instructions, as a. letter from them Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds 'of Surfaces 1 S 10 0 C thorns Key wildwood.rrg Silver Spring,
: out of. Do as you pleaae. threatens me with omctib.tng dreadfn1throuA'h a Orlando, Lacoochee, Dade City. Ilan
Yours Washington and New! York Tampa. ArriveJacksonvllle3:45p.W.:

,!1 JOHN, A. CIIANCEY. they unless may I send dictate.I them. money to spend as Chemically, Instead of Burning Off. r' b ,w'' -. J06

P. S.-I will talk with you before wit- desire Mr. Editor to have you understand XMOeLOMI04 Cincinnati and Florida limited tjJJJonville i ia 'fj rlass.
'it those facts and also to set A 8:SOp. m. Solid Vestibule MaN
,: l+ess only. FAINTOFr" I. a reglatereil trade name of a new discovery In chemistry and protected CCHTHXL little over 29 boon to Cincinnati, via Mehrd9ll /
right the minds. of those friends who by totter patent of the United tttatea. Canada.Great Britain and other conntrle, It Is I the renult ca. f >r er, Atlanta. Chattanooga. Connect for dPENIhtULAR
We the undersigned do believe me 'beartJLeh worked or patleat reearch and experiment with the pnrpoee In view oIl1n.llnl( a pie and active \.' rr .LouUvllle, Chicago and all point: north
solemnly five years for me In Chicago and could solvent of old paint and varnish that would supplant the old method of burning and scraping off : .... i weit. Arrive Jacksonville lJSa.ni.mlv. .
swear that we would not believe JohnA not save one dollar. I brought him the same. W Caaaecuon! .
oath. Gilmore A: Son, Painters and Decorators, Jacksonville Fla write, "We have .- --
Chancey on his here to help him. lie was' to work lor :
until he learned given Pain to ft a trial, and can say that In 43 years experience as a painter it Is the h''.rr 0. ,7LOaIDa. .. Louie Kan'" (II'
A. M. HANCOCK. me the ways of this ...... Springs Ronte. St. ....
best In the market." ---.p. .. ..
it t W. W. Cox. country, and then take up a bomest kl.It paint remover Chicago Leave Jacksonville lJI'o1lw p.ranr1np

{G. C. HOUSTON.J. Is the only hope he now has for th* C. E.. Iloyle, House Painter, etc., Jacksonville: Fla., writes, : "Having had ex- M ie'&KSS' _- .". Kan.a. City 8t. Macon, Atlanta. Birmingham Sleer-r. -wrt. ,
t future and return perience as a practical painter for 25 take In c .. ... City and Louis. Chicago. B.n City. Through **
F. HOUSTON. a to Chicago means years, great pleasure Indorsing JacklODvUle St. Lout,and only; one change to Chicago and Sioux City.
Sworn to and subscribed before me at life of slavery to him. I have expended I raintoff, and cheerfully recommend it to the public In general." 4:15Pp mLocaI S:311: a m.for Jver8U.: nlck..t P"

$118 on him and his family and do not W. Laoade1l, of:Hall, Blldltch *' Co., General House .Painters, Jacksonville, ClOtIe connection for "runa.lek. 8ht and 1 tJ; p. III. .
h Cocoa, June 30th 1896. e:OP.IS--NorrTampaand 'mv.Jaekv
feel responsible for their future In any Fla, writes: "Having given Palntoff a thorough trial, pronounce it to be a Macon. Inteemedlaq 7a ViPu Iman.le pem. 'mJack' a/3tV
I4 [Seal.] S. F. TRAVIS way, as he left the' best home he perfect success, and to be all you claim for It.'-' Steamer")la_Atlanta_" from two Trains Dally. Leave Jackaonvllle 7'10 a. m. and C:ill p. ID.
Notary Public and his family ever had, lu a fit of anger. Pullman 8hepen o0 aU Night Tampa hale..n for A and Maua_ Rim polats.
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\f; He warn told of the suffering In store Send for Circulars and Testimonials] to BTSend: for Best Indexed
g should he Township/ Hap of Florida to
In his
COCOA: FLA., July) 4, '96. taking, and persist the gentlemen foolhardy whose under names South-Eastern States Palntoff Company, N. S. PEXJONOTOy, A. O. :MACDOOTXL,

i Personally appeared before me R.' C. I have mentioned are witness for the St. Augustine Fla. Traffic Manager. General Passenger!(

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INDIAN: RIVER ADVOCATE AUGUST 21. 1896. :Z :I

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rofessional Cards. The Sea-Serpent Seen In Florida. Notl.'e. I ,


} WALTER 9. GRAHAM.BIXS Waters. ouceessful SI
.. ROB BIN*
OB i In the Circuit Court in and for Brevnrd

A. GRAHAM, Of course, it in well known that In County, Floil.U., THEPLANT

former the -Is CHANCKIIY< :
years sojourners at northern
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Aaron A. IVtlrotiw of fruits berries
resorts have bad a monopoly of the sea- growers ,

ICs sUoUHs:-From 10 to 12 a. m., serpent; he U yearly seen at various ('II..III'IIlt.va.MlnorS.Jone' and all kindsof vegetables,

and Brevard 2 to 4 p.Co.m. Florida. places and In various forms. Thin year SUMMER TOURIST UAT1M with,, aa the adnilnlntrator know that the l largest yields and

.Rux U9VH.I.K 108.IIIlracLloe. he has been seen here off the coast of will annexed of (rhnrle,of (he.oIare Theodore -. Hill to Fore...lose SYSTEM. best quality are produced by

r In all the courts-etate and fed Florid.1. Perhaps he came In search of To East Const Ocean Itesarts.Cnmmenclnfr Verbeke,de and bonla aaadmlnliitratnr l'Iortl/.Jt!. the liberal use of fertilizers

II clap facilities for examining and perfect- peace and a cooler atmosphere; if so, he nnn, mum the eMate of ,
(and titles. Is growing wise &In his old May 1, IKfMI and continuing nntil John days. 8 pt. Wl. 1HM, r"un.I-Irll' tluket will |h.> M lil Florida, and.
Not many Sundays ago, there being no to St. Augustine, :ormimcl nR.ton" and New Clara Mariraivt. \erbeke -
Saurna at rats shown below ticket tIt lie l>>t.r..n.lallttl.TO .
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CARY-ELWES JAOKSONVILI.K FI.A. 15 'l\)ft. Potash.
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school limited July -
Sunday owing to absence of to -toiler:3L-1H1KI. Tickets) rkililnm Clara Margaret Verlwke tIT '

NOTARY PUBLIC, teachers and pupils, two prominent Bold between. at one-lmir live and twelve time rates years each of ago coupon will lie to appearing" by the. aflldatlt of 1>. I.. riauldtmattonieyliirCoiiiidnina.it. ) MCHHIR.. B. II. Hopkins,

young men of Indian River were walking be markiMl or punched 4.. Hind In till ca..e, Kla. I'niw. Agt. I.. .\: N. Without the liberal use of Pot '
Cuuiluctnrs will null from stations that th..lIt>r"nel..llt.CI..r..lIIu.K..rot erlwke, E. L. Todd
STATE AT no-aent Div 1'1\"". Agt. }
LARGE.
on the beach, quietly talking on sub- I From Btationa where rates are not shown, conductors realdtm wttlumt the mate of Florida. and without Plant System. ash on sandy soils it is impos-
the United ,
will use tats (rum station next preceding States. and I that she n>*ld"a In
[Typewriting, taxes paid for non- jects proper to the d.iy; -not politics. i England. at some place unknown, ti> ultima and Jacksonville, Kla. sible to fruits berries and
and that there U no |ier,,on In the Slate of Morlda grow
rents accounts collected
idents, They are young men not given to bad the service. of a mibpocita upon whom would Gentlemen:-U Is with pleasure. we ofa that will
f., etc. Correspondence solicited. habits or late hours, whose veraslty has (! y hind the Bald defendant Clura Muricaret Yen vegetables quality
Ii'' [ eke; and that said, delendent. Is over the Hire bog to advise you that we, the transportation command the best
ntusvllle I Floilda. never been impeached, and when they TO. 9' of twenty-one )'ears. prices.Our .
9'e eo !J) It HI therefore ordered that the mid ilefend- committee of Jacksonville
have are not tdmrtUIn circular boem-
the pamntilati *
they seen there
say
sea-serpent 'i l
.B ant.Clara MnridiretVorlwke, do appear t the Inc ,.nlll...*. bttl work,contain
ILLER A KENNARD, is doubt .. .. i (riork.. oHU-e at TltiiHvllle llre 'ard Division: No. 2 Uniform Rank K. of P. .pvclal are practical ,
no of It, and that la what they i > county ng been l r.....rebell on li. subject of fnrtlllntiim.and 4Cr.
FROM I R !" Florida, to answer dninnr, or plead to the ", ..m.1,1.lnant' .rally helpful to fa...r*. They art MM ass car r,;
ARCHITECTS. do say. .said hill on or before the 7th day of after a thorough investigation; of the ,b. atklng.
.Tao emvllle.. ,.. .. 210 1Il6: II Oil 0Il6ft. : Reptemliei-. 1> IHIW. And [It In further ordered GERMAN.KALI WORKS.
He was sporting: in the water a half- AOgtuatlne..4 413 70 4 40 that this notice loe l pnbllNhud. In the INDIAN various routes to tho Biennial Mooting I?
Nauau St., N York.
East. Coast business will have prompt mile off shore he with Hastings .... .i ItO 85 KiVKB ADVIXTATK.a newpaper pnhllidiod In the 81 w
; was long, ;:: g : :
kentton. very East. ::::: : : : 45 &: aald county once eiwh wonk for eight/; CdimoniWltneHii of Supremo Lodge K. of T., nt Clove-
more than one head, and at least two 1130 2 M 330) tlvfl wm4kS. ,
TAMPA FLORIDA. tails S.u \ m) 11211 111141 3211 the Hon. John D. llrooino, Judge of land, Ohio have decided that on accountof The Largest and I Most Com
many eyes, and large fin on his .:" '" ::141 I III I 40 II 10 the mill court at the court hoime at Tlnmvllle. ,

back, which was much out of water. .. 811 ..811... 811 110 110 I 111I "Florida thin tine\ :Bad day of July A I> isle). superior advantages and. gclioduloH In plete Establishment South.'Manufacturers .

He dark .. ... .0 1 ..WII ) [fSKAL] A. A. STEWART, each direction
/TINOK S. JONES, was very and shining, and 411 to name as our Otlldnl
i >" 10 40. 711 Clork of odd (Court '
l spouted great showers of silver. Port ::1/1 78x44) 111IHI..U. Jul3aun-.il II) C. It. Stewart D. C. Route tho following: Plant System to GEO S. HACKER & SON,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.' He seemed to have plenty of self- 25 I" llNI 85 711 1M .. .40... Montgomery, Louisville ,& NnHltvllJe R'y

(ITUSVILLE, BREVARD co., FLA confidence and no fear of our young: New fake f : ::: :: : ::) & :IN) 1:1::: .1'1Wi' Sheriffs Sale to Cincinnati, nml Pennaylvanla to ,
men (they are not quite old enough to (' :III II 341 208 1II! ,
County Judge of Brevard County.L. vote). It may have been the silver democratic 3e 11 411 :218 11 011H".k. Cleveland. As to date of departure we : ,
!AA 1 1ft 11I1.) .
,
party come down here to cool c Ihtlntks..2 8 1 an 110 'mI.Ik / UNDER and the (by Comity virtue Court of an for execution Hravard coun.nod will advlno you Inter, and wo onrnostly, .\
I tlO 1:11I: 711
oft after the heat of the conventions ty in rilrtall I'mniMi then dependliiK, /
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Division
GAULDEN, :, .t 1I1N1 11141 185KnNt / wherein I'Imlthi' Lyon .\: Fluid were complainant hope that all other throughout 'rM
and to recuperate for the final! struggle 40 230 1111/1 130 and \ was ilnfeiulunt I have ,
; ; .... evl.nl 4
112111.: / and will ....III.t In tho State will join us at Jacksonville itt
upon puldlo
outcry fnmt of
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, possibly to interview some of our local .. .4 jj 411 I 15865 the court hoime. .1<1I.t 'flt""vlllo.o'I"rlll...,
,, .. up
110 : 2444 214 and doHlro
We
I Will In all the Courts on Monday, the 7th.( of proceed a body.
practice of the State candidates in search of points for can- ('Ity( II 211 :3(14)( II 211 day Mmitomlwr' IHtNI. o
t the highest and taint. I lilddnr
Florida and the United State Court for cash, the fol-
( 341I: 2tI 11411 to Into Cleveland Solid
It looked like /go on a Pythlan
vassing. a lowing deaerllmdreal .t\te,
|P.O.Box, 23B. nxUSVIIXE: FLA. sea-serpent, 10 876 IIIII/ II a5 defendant to-wit 116longllllf to the
but that be too. Eat. 70 4 30 4 00 8 train.
Money to Loan. might ,
18 .. m 4 All 4211 IIIII/ lleKlnnliiK at a point on) foot east of the ..".Lh.
WeStoo"terof. lot 10. block F, of
CLARA ELLIS. 311 4 9" 4 70 8NI the town of Yours very truly
... |per I tlan.n'n map thence from
\NI IIIItI II 211 4 110 Tltll..lllel.a
FREEMAN HALL Enos, Fla., Aug. 15, '9t}. 30'Se5 8141 400 Street >lnt to east along thu north side Signed :
of Main III l feet thence
.9 8NI( liMO 54)5Rt. north ((10 feet to Joo. B. Aolicriitt of
!' 1(1 8 70 II 41II 'fI the north boundary line of lot 8 of mild block F", ,
Fort I..roe.......,..,. 81l1! 8611 1111II thenoe went*feet thence" south 00 feet. to the James Saunders,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW You will find a box of Ayer's Pills an 10all) of
North Ankona........ 1055 T I" 811II 8 15Ankona..e. dace beginning, being a portion of lot.. No. J. It. rincug Sash Blinds.Moulding
Doors
excellent travelling companion. For ............ 1011II 1211 1011( 525Eden. 8 and 10 of block K,of the town of Tltnnvllle.JA8. T. II. Vogue, ,
INSURANCE AGENT. costiveness, Indigestion, sick headache 1011II 1/111/ 7211 610Tensen R. BOWMAN,
and nausea, they are prompt, safe, amp ........ ..... 11111I 1 80 1 ss ass ul31-aei Sheriff. nrevard Co. Committee.
efficacious. Taken In 'Itnart!' ........ ...... 11211 71 W 41 7 M 8 Mo and Building Material. rAI
Tituavlllo, Florida. season, they may Alicia................... 11M sic 114ft 1 10flumes.
prevent serious Illness and vexatious delay 1180 8 4f1 8 III 1 40H..loe80..n.I.
Representing all the best and strong- and disappointment. .. ......... 111M 11110 ... T 60Wot Sheriffs Sale. Office andi WareroomR, King, Opposite.
...... 041 ?0 T 05West J1mlrlasoy
lit Insurance Companies. Is i Ibis l : : : td011alAg
preparedo
Reach.:::: 13 74 50 9 75 Cannon Street, ,
write lines to any amount,' anywhere what's Lantana.............. 131141 1020I M 920Boynton. NDEiI and by authority vented, In me by nIAO ta'a
the
bn the East Coast. Tommy-"Pop, definitionof .. ...,.......... 13811 1040 1018 040Linton -LI virtue of an exenntion. lanueil. out of the
harmony?" Pop-"Harmony, my .. ....... ....... 1410 1011/1/ 10441 9 a5ProgreNo. / Circuit Court, In and for Hrevanl county, Charleston S. C. '
.... .. Florida, on the 1 4th of ..
... 1":10: 11 11/1/ 11 4f1 10111I day May. A I> leaf, for the ,
boy Is a mythological condition of affairs Fort Lauderdale..... 11130 II 7ft" 110) 107" urn of #1.74NI.211! damage and f".1IO costs" In favor .
JlscArn: BAY DADE COUNTY. .... .... 70 of L State Hank of Kan
insisted III..oayne .... III III tA 70 l\l 4111 Uallle a corpora-
IT W. EWAN always upon by a political l..monClty....... ..... 11131111100 IIItl/lllllo/ tlon of the State of Florida. In a suit ponding In Sash Weights Cord and ,,4
party about to get licked." Miami..... .... .. ... III ''ltl 13 10 tI: 11ft 1\110 all; court, wherein the nald i State Hank of Kail ,
II U. COMMISSIONER.; Oallle Is plalntlir and ]C. U. Vlvell and M. 11'.
Mount are defendants, I have levied Upon and
D. RAHN'EIt
J. ,
Notary Public State at Large. will""U.t public outcry In front of the court TMADaTMAftc*. Hardware
National Encampment of the Als't General...... A"ollt. house door. In 'fltu"vllle, lI..vat'd county DISIQN PATKNTSItOOPVNMHTS '
I
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. Florida on the 7th day"f ptember, A n 'MINI, M4fclTor

'orrespondence solicited. Address: Grand Army of the Republic .-..-- --- .- thta trant "f land lying In Jlrov..t county, Information and Cr.. Handbook wrfo. to 4 Window and Fancy Glass
State or Florida. tDowl t, .
MUSH CO. Ml BaOiDWAT, Maw You*
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, St. Paul, Minn. A strip 77 feet wide oaf the smith aide of ...... OldM bureau for emMirln*patent In Anmrloa.Kverr : 1 '
Office Ewan's tlon 13 town"hll'lI7 south taken "la brought beforetoe
Landing. range ST ""t. Said patent A. SPECIALTY.
A SOCIAL SIGN OF THE TIME. strip of' land extending from the Atlantic ocean" pubUo by a notloe Ilven(ne of ooari*la Uwaeuttfic ,5

For the above occasion the F. C. & P. to the Indian Klver and containing 8M acres ,
more or Ie...,. also : II the canLaiwedelrrnlatbnMany.lentlenpep.vl

|GEORGE W. ALLEN, and Southern Railway have secured a The en'.Tld"'KnUrved I. Tarnlnv PrlTfUceV Amliu Mo the_Woni-." upon defendant Said land); .;F.levied Mount on as and pineapple the will property be growing;sold of the Weatlefyuntil i m fn the Agent for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. 'I',

rate of one cent mile each .
per way. In The Ladies' Home Journal EdwardW. execution luIgntentand cost*. "ul "
Tickets will be sold Aug. 20th, 30th Tranpanner removing any of nald property nan ihonld be Without INt. VVeokly. *i.oOa
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Bok editorially discusses Mrs. Julia will be dealt with according to law. years '1.11011I.month.. Addr.e.MU "'S COM
31st and Sept. let, limited for return Ward Howe's recent utterance in regardto July 23rd 18WI. ...11............act Mruedw..,.hew. York(JI". r WILLIAM CLARK, Agt.

[Key West, Florida. passage until Sept. 10th. By depositing existing social conditions, or, more JAS. R. BOWMAN,

Will practice In the United States tickets with the agent at St. Paul an extension definitely stated, to the effect upon soeiety Sliurllt lirovard. county PUUMBEK, STEAM A OAS FITTEK, .

I and State Courts. OjunOS of the return limit may be ob- of woman's exercise of "enlarged D. L. Oauldnn fur, WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS Hoofing and Sheet Iron Work. .5
Attorney rialntllT.
tained until Sept. 3th.() This rate is privileges. Mrs. Howe concedes that JuI24aol.4lUasterOs

open to the public. Tickets may be the manners of polite society today are Pumps, Piping and Drain Pipe, BathTubs

ALES ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, procured from any ticket agent of theF. not polite as they were in her youth Sale. l M iI is Water Closets and Wash Stand
that young women are losing in tone
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, C. A P., J. T. A K. W., or F. E. C. and culture and dignity, and young men ....Electric Bells.... I l lNo.
R'y. The route will be via F. C. &. P. 111 Mr. S'.OAT. .11-06" 10 oar
In esteem and deference for women, with Mil", by virtue of a decree of fore.
JACKSONVILLE AND TAVAKKS, FLA. Southern Railway, and Queen A. Crescent the result of a general cheap and easy UNDER Court..for and Krevard sale, iHmilng county. out Florida of the, Circuit wherein What PEPPER'S: I\I VJ.P Old I !! 80 Pornyth Street,

Will continue to practice In the courtsof to Cincinnati; from Cincinnati to standard of manners. Notwithstanding Aaron IfctUrauw I Is man alnant and )Montollun other It ftf- Tuunit.1q.Mvaln-*loll. manhood whim old all JaokHonvillo, Floritln.
the Seventh Judicial Circuit.' All Mrs. Howe be. Hanloe defondant, IwlllnHll at I>"hllnontory ', i .&tt lr(Saar.eal..dt.d4r.N.rw.ese..lw .
St. Paul line desired. thin damage to society r'
business before the United States and over any This In front of the, court house ,door at j>.t yjt lltr.
lieves that superior external benefits Tltu vllle. Florida, during the legal' hour of Im..teas' *: LSIfh/lT :** .r.t"w*',
rate also via Columbia Asheville '
state Circuit Courts will receive the applies sale,on the Flrnt Monday In September. A D .. .... ... te11 .... Choice .
personal attention of Mr. Alex St. and Knoxville. 'The F. C. A. P. and have accrued< ; that women are leading UMM to the highest and bent. bidder for cash the ._.,,and..oil .'"" T/Ml/'aouM" 'op'tuwMH* anrl
Clair-Abrams. Southern Railway have been selected on nobler and better lives and filling larger following' doecrllewlroil. estate,nltuiited. In lire. \\iulitcrrtlH 0.101 let dro* VVar let lmpun* 0 loMnllr ewurtha.eoniiimptlon ub.utn1p. on WlnesLlquors ,

account of being the only lines running places. Mr. Bok assents to Mrs. Howe's are yard of county.section State I l1)el.v of,,Florida,,,townnhlp tn-wltt 37,I.oiithol Lot (II) Ins, b".U.\4\1t.l1a: ; faVs(5& u m,.. maul on for b.II.. and Cigars.

through sleeping cars from Jacksonvilleto first proposition but radically dissents range 41 sad containing 411211-100 aore: or no On b.:oarrled In v..i ... 1'r. rA.prala wrap
Cincinnati without change. Sleep- from her conclusions. "The fact is,''he much therooi a.* may lie nunii-lenl to realize) the pit" CI p.r her. 0' "t".. .a. WltrA P........ Guaranteed Pure.
{ .fli.4 the
HODGES Ing car berths may be secured by ad. "that of mind are on cult amount due the complainant and aunt of Wrllt.S..ra.t.re" :. ...oVa rro.rk Hold at reduced
etc.
& GODFREY says, women every PE..... MEI...,.. ...ef'.tagCalla._ 114
dressing ticket agent F. C. &. P. R'y, all sides beginning to reckon the cost of QEU. M. ROII1IJNI', price ; ,I

Manufacturers of Jacksonville, Fla., orW.. D. ALLEN this 'movement' for the extension of aog7- ei>4 8|>.oUl M>nter. Sold by J. D, !Boreven, only. Imported e.Tokar .

their 'privileges. Even those who were Wine, '%

Fla. Pass Ag't., strong adherent in the 'faith at the -- from Italy.
Yellow Jacksonville, Fla. :
[ Pine Lumber .
beginning showing signs of an abate-, i '
ment of enthusiasm. It la not alone into Southern John B. Togni

ROUGH DRESSED circles of fashion that the
TURF TOPICS. poisonousarrows .
Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St., I
Orange Box Head, of woman' 'enlarged sphere' :

Fruit A Vegetable Crate: i Out of the 87 races in which Ashland have entered, but in every grade and JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ? ;

Lumber delivered i Wilkes, 3:17: U. competed he won 80. walk of our social life. And in each instance Railway.ABSOLUTELY TOholeul and Ketitll......
at any: part:of Indian River .
fin through bill of lading. Anyone oontemplato I Czar 3:13X. will be raced this season absolute damage ha been done.

Ingbulldlh on the itact Coa..t would do well to Trainer C. Rnshville Ilia. "We need not so far as to say' that
Write for by Maple go
prlc.. The Sawmill i..sltnated 00 the
.J..T.4l K. W.Ry., 9 mil. south of l'aJatka. Mr. H. K. McAdams baa a lot of good as men and women we are deteriorating, ,THE SHORTEST ROUTE. FURNITURE--

Satsuma in training at Lexington Ky. or that the.social structure lain any )
youngster
Hlghts, Putnam co.,Fla. danger of collapse. It is not so bad as
Barney Schrieber has purchased Grati that. But It is bad enough. New ideas THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CAR5..DININGCARS.THOROUGHFARECOACHE WHOLESALE and RETAIL
tude the dam of that fast mare Lottie
f
into lives and
NATIONAL Mills. have been interjected our ,.
they have brought forth new conditions.A
Hom -Seekers Captain B. J. Treacy'a horses will be new sense of self reliance has been imbibed VESTIBULED TRAINS.

BOld at Lexington, Ky., probably not be- by women. And what i. the re- '
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REAL fore next falL Men have inferred that ,'
sult
tacitly women
ESTATE EXCHANGE. NORTH AND ItAI'1' NORTH AND Wll:FI'. I'
A fall brother to Crescendo has been scorn! the sort of consideration '. f

foaled at Naglee Burk' stock farm near which at one time they felt was their !'M. I. N. ae iii.. laT A,

Exchanging for San Jose, Cal tribute to womanhood. Naturally politeness U. ... wt. N. 7 ."
Property Property a
has become lax the of home All Tral_ Dali,. Ltm..... Fast All '1''...,_ Mlle, sad 4arid.Mat .. t'
that grace .
to be
Specialty. Send Description j>t what There appears some danger .. Clo.tI Eapr'. 11
you have, and what you want. Soap Perkins may lose bin jockey'.li001150 is often forgotten. Happily, however, ,-
in the west.ThepacerJoHe. a quiet revulsion of feeling on this question --
MALABAR, Indian River FLORIDA.C. of the sexes has slowly become noticeable Lv.J'ck'91U.. t.C............ S 20 m 11.0 pm Lv "........a.tl., r. a a P. 1.0 pm II ao am )
2:14y4, ia in training E.er.ta. t\cu'b. ., S 20m IL.u ant
< LrEv.nt0R4 .. P.101T.m 9 rapm
C. CARROLL Ma with a-view to racing I and the opinion is general that ant ..s .... 'T1 .m 610 pm
at Mexico, : there has come a distinct tarn in the L.-v..'.-.".. r.C.&P.......... I".-.pm 1176 pm .. All...... .. .......11110 am A II pmLCohMmbtaonth'n.
Real Estate him again this,year. .......... Slapm 100. .. CIt............ .....1866 pm tl4) am rJ
Agent.
Oo"'n.'I. .. C... 1 II .m Tar...
The great colt Green Jacket may tide."Fortunately we have not outlived trCharlolt.8eetb'a.......... I.pm S 10 as "Ln..m. .hun. Tii i T: pmILrWb
,
Pineapple not race any more this season. He baa the possibility of a speedy and healthy ...D,8o..tb.a......... .4II.m S40p. r'l: : _...., ... ..._. T t o-.mm .,r 1.......

Land For Sale, Cheap. Higgins SB Co. of Baltimore claim to things when the surpassing charm of &rPblla'pblaPa.R.R.......... 10 IS.. .00 w :: 1W..hl.KU.JI.It.O'.8.. K. O. ... ....H... 16 i1):) pmArN.wYorkPaR.R. ....................

have received a commission on Dr. Rice, civilization wu the. deference paid by .. .... .. l I'4.1 pr SIOsm ,. .. . .. . ....... ? ...,...

.- $1.500 against $60 to win the Brooklyn; men to women. Then the woman was N_ .

I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple Handicap the superior of the man. For a time na....... .10. "Lasd ., .10. ....." 5 5 Daily

land on St. Lucie river, a few miles below Burns SB Waterhouse's l-year-old41ly now she has descended to be his equal. r.91IIo.r.i'-. .".... .... 'TlIPiii QUICK TIME TO ALL \r
l4.v.b. ........... lilt pm
Eden, 40 of which being northeast Sweet; Fave dale, by Faverdale-Sweet And so let is hope that she soon will be 4' CoIumbl. t4..................... ... S 8IJ cmap.rt.ahorll.

quarter of northeast quarter of section Home baa been declared oat of the gain upon'her old pedestaL In the .. .Ju'Tim..: .... '. ....11.t.u.. .m POINTS NAMED

18, township 38, south of range 41 east! ; Foam stake at Coney bland. mind of clear thinking men she has Lv.b..A8bettt1l.AlbeYUIa. "" Iwa.; Tim...... 110 pm pm for J'tRN1Tt1B1I prloe Freight of every paid: dorlptlon.on all ord,.ra Write,ovttM
H 110 .
the> other 40 Is the northeast quarterof The price received! at Lexington always.: been-there.. b.(3aciaaati..0.9111.; .Q. I C....::........ 116 pm am 11) >. .. M. rvrnwo.U .

'BOnthea t quarter of section 3, Ky., at the Woodward ale of blooded and Bbanklin stock were annual Iiw BIe* *ate CnefcW.An Short train leave Everett for Bmaewlek as T:*> a a. duI,. Throat Pallmaa deeper, East Bar B.. JACKRONVIUJB. IXJ
township 88 south of 41 east. spring rae..VUI. to Clnotnoatt. via Aahevlll*.
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range o
low. Ninety-three bead BOld for 910,000. Immonse fissure in the earth has
The above land can be bought for $10 made It* appearance on the top of Iron For full information apply to any Agent of this great Railway Advertising, to be successful, must

per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, mountain, between North Carolina and System, or its connections. be continuous. The rough edges of

orange, lemon or lime growing. ALEX NEAR. LEERS; TAYLOR. Tennessee!, on the Bakarsville road. This skepticism are not ground down In a
W. A. TURK W. B. GaUB. J. J(. GULP, 8. H. BABDWIOK, day. No business can be prosperous ;
Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for opening Is .8 to IS fuss wide and run ,
NEAR & TAYLOR, ....FBM.A...... Omk..partatao _.. TnOtt....... AMS Oca. PMs. A.... without continuous advertising.
cash.
the summit far the
ataag entire
This land will be worth KO on
soon ssblX***.D. a WMhtafto) .D.a ".......-. D. a AlUat.Oe.
per acre. (BwjMMon to John MaAalfUr.) length at Out ........... which U several '
-What do you need lath* way ofenvelopes
Apply to ADVOCATE I miles It....opposed haft been oooMd W. D. ALLEY note and. letter heads bill
C. H. Walton Artesian Well Contractors .,' ,
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n) rldaPMeMre* Ales
by the reosnt rains.-8*. Loafs Globs-
office; or to. Bobbins Jt Graham, Titusvllle na WM say.irM*.JAcuoif Taa>c. FLA. heads statements, tags cards, etof j
Dsesoerat We shall be glad to have a chare of '
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1 -... INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- when the notice WAS sent. If the first I ucator, just as much care shouldbe in office we may rest assured that Entabllnhmt 1883 PAntdE1:

i i notification la disregarded, a second one taken in giving the people good they are striving for the beet in- In every section at once to sell

to .' should it. be sent and a record also madeof grammar as in instructing them in terests of the town, and that Ti- L. BARBOT & CO,, goods to dealers best; no peddling;experlJ!

r: \", Office: Washington Avenue Titusville tusville is safe in their hands. unnecessary; side line. $1S.(Op)
of the
tbe
q SEC MS. Disposal of Refused Second- events day, or bringing month. Salary and expenses
.' Commission.
: ,' ,, Indian River, Florida. class l\Iatter.-Afber notification has General commission made. or
I t .I"? to light abuses in administrations. Address, with si
p been given, as required in the previous V2 stamp for sealed particulars 51
We when in hurry US. ,Clifton
---- are apt a. FROM
very BORROWED VA :;;
'W:1: section, the postmaster will hold the re- V2g and Manufacturing Company
e n, A WEEKLY JOURNAL PEVOTKD TO THE r KVELOFMBNT fusod matter for thirty days, after which to write anything just as we thinkIt Pa g :J -3 8.s Wo natJ, Ohio. a*.

.I' Of TUB INDIAN RIVER, LAKHWOKTII the same and all copies subsequently and we naturally revert to the Orange Groves In Italy from : S' j QO; -
t .> AND: HIHUAVNB BAY aROTIONS. riving, should bo placed with the wastepaper vernacular of the people among Indian .9 a :::151 t:1-o :::151 wt-w --
Seeds Procured on
{1' 4thi.t PVBM8HKU KVEUY FJnD Y. whom we live, and whose forms of Itiver. e>i c/a J. S. JOHNSON CO

speech have become, as it were, 329 & 331 Poydras St., ,
A BENEFIT TO THE EAST part and parcel of our being, hence A decided novelty in the fruit market NEW Manufacturer' of i
CHAR H., WALTON, KditorA: ': Proprietor., ORLEANS.LA.
choice
) lip boxes of oranges grownIn
! ,V1 COAST. we should always take the time revise tread was Rodl, Italy, from seeds of the luscious ("anal Bunk.Metrnpnlltim. .....Fishing Supplies
and if
Siil>H rlptlon. over necessary, Indian River oranges of Florida, plantedten REFERENCE, 'I Bank.
1 Twelve months, $1.BO "The statement is frequently what we have written, carefully years ago. They were brought hereon Coiniuurulul. Agenctell.
I Fix 1.00 correcting such grammatical errors the steamer !Scindia which arrived
made that the :
Flagler little
f great enterprises time
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ago.
direct from Kodi some
V .BO have the ADVOCATE TltulI-
Three into ,
Remember
[
as our
F on this coast bring littleor crept copy. Louis Contencin & Sou, 2 and 4 !Stone
I' I' kinds
Giveus
I t' Single copy 6 We would not wish. to ville, duos all of job pilnting.
seem
cap exhibited samples
i no money into the section to street, the importers, share of work.]
StrlctlyUtsdvance. a
I''r'r 1 I I remain," says the West Palm Beach' tious, nor to be setting ourselves of the oranges to many Interested per- your Cotton and Linen Netting; *,
I'i' to the Citizen and up as judges of "style," but this IS sons. The fruit was carefully packed infancy -Send to the ADVOCATE office nnd Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. FUlm
I correspondent tissue by ]<'. S. CUmpi and get free Information respecting the now Tackle of
paper
1 The Ithove'ruo" Inclnila the paymont of pont. a matter that would require so lit every Desciiption; Honk
in rebuttal of this statement he reproduces said to to be the for houses farms
/Sons, of Rodi, who are waterworks system Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits:,
age. Subscriptions can commence any time tle trouble to remedy (being usual. of fruit in ctt
t a letter from Mr.-Harvey most extensive exporters etc. No overhead tanks used. This Is TAllPON TACKLE
S3T
I '1 vii r during the yoar.1I11101lJlUIlII"nCo. Tomlinson steward of the Royal I ly the result of haste or carelessness Italy. It was received! in perfect con said to be a fine Invention. Circulars A SI'lu: .lit;
) that we have thought i It dition, In boxes containing ll>0, :20O( ), 3K( sent to any part, of the south, free. Baltimore, lW. \! .
( Poinciana the Lake Worth
i t r- or lvH. inimt 1>e nmile |xrluiiiiilly to and 3jO( each, and half boxes
,. worth while call attention it. oranges
to to _.,
1 at Ihlll l office or by writing., News. Mr. Tomlinson's evidence containing 80, 100 and 180 each. The ------------ ---------- -- '- -

-- goes to show that the Royal Poin- fruit closely resembles Rodi oranges in

I' Alilrnm all communication to ciunii is u great benefit to the people size, color and substance, but is a little B. DAWSO1T
; Hod is which have here,
GROWLING.W. the
STOP sweeter than ,
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: 1 i, ( ,, t I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, and merchants of West Palm tofore been the finest oranges grown In

1 + '' 1 t TITUHVILLR, FLnRmA.J Beach and vicinity. He states that Mediterranean countries.Mr. Ii \Vholesale and Retail
+ i I; all, except the skilled labor in his S. Gilbert, in one of his numerous Contencin, the veteran head of

department, were hired locally ; comic operas, has put the the firm, says that the new product is

J k yl f Chock,oto., may he made payable UIC'IIAIILKM; that many of his colored hands following words into the mouth of fully regular equal Kodi in fruit every, and particular that it will to the an- WINE &: LIQUOR HPt

l II. WALTOM,nnbllxhor and proprietor were in debt to Palm Beach tradesmen one of his characters : nually Improve in quality for several ,

4 .. "And isn't life flat the
extremely from new
1 ------- -- ---- --- --- -- and that through his instru years to comSCIODS/
mentality these debts were paid With nothing whatever to grumble at." trees will be extensively grafted on the

r TIlE much-used phrase, "Silver oft; that all Che'produce he could We need have no fear of being; native there Italian will trees be a,huge so that crop in of a Flor-few 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

', is the poor man's money" has a I possibly buy in the neighborhoodhe troubled with an extremely "flat1 years Ida-Rodlorauges. It Is a little singular

J l good deal of truth in it. All silver did, und the supply was not big I life, as long as there are public that some eighteen or twenty years ago; Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Kara

t countries are very poor; and it is enough to meet the demand of his 1 officials to be called over the coals. orange groves were started In Florida ,

, i ;' 1y stated upon the authority of men department ; and he closes his let No matter if they do their duty in Mediterranean from seeds obtained In countries Italy, ,Spain and that and Mexican and Florida Cigars

\ f o l'I y who have made this subject a life- ter with a few words of advice to the most satisfactory way possible, now, after many Florida groves have

study! that there is not a silver the growers as to what vegetablesit they will always be the butt of the been destroyed by frost and abandoned, FINE FA-NOY. G-ROCERIE8.
!; h, standard country in the world is best to grow for the hotel chronic grumbler. If they do as seeds should be sent back from that

(' whose laborers receive over'' fifty trade. Corporations may be a one growler thinks is right, they; state in an Improved kind of Contencin oranges WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I, handle no Compound Goody

j cents per day. It f is the poor source -of some evil, but even their go about it the wrong way ; if they] propagated thinks that Florida from them.will never Mr. again produce !tr Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

mane money in the same I sense most bitter opponents must admit do what he, in his superior intelli her former enormous orange crops, you wish to open an account you must give first-class city reference

that skins are the poor man's that they are not entirely bad. gence, considers' wrong, the "fat is on account of the great risk 'of severe -------- -

J clothing, pestilential huts are the II. ]11. Flagler is a much-abused in the fire" indeed. We forget that weather Incurred by the growers.Is on The the

, J k 1' 'poor" man's houses, and despotism man {the successful man alwaysis one who has all the facts of a case orange Adriatic groves sea, lie of says Ilodl, ,are which so sheltered by BENEDICT POLLAK & CO

1\\ is the poor man'e government. ), but that he has done great before him is more likely to know high mountains that the weather is ,

. things for the East Coast of Florida what is best than an outsider who never sufficiently cold to destroy the

t SOUND MONEY. no one can deny; the giant frames his opinion on exaggerated trees, as In Florida, although about
an entire crop of oranges
, strides in the development of the reports and garbled versions. And, twenty was years destroyed ago on the .trees by an Wholesale Dry Goods House

I u, ;, Referring to the subject sound garden spot of the state is due to after all, what does our grumbling unprecedented frost. ,,

(it 1 money, the Key West Advertiser his enterprise and lavish expenditure amount to ? The very men we Some seeds of California Washington Florida

r-\ has the following to say about it : and every step in her future have railed at as being totally unfit navel about oranges seven years were ago.planted Thrifty in trees :T OXSOt'rV""JLLE.: : FLA.
will be associated with hold office offer themselvesfor
4 ; "The sound money democrats acorn to prosperity to an have been grown from them, but they
? be more numerous In the south than was his", name. re-election, and we re-elect will not come into bearing until from We offer at Special Prices : .
I S generally( supposed. The various states them, thus stultifying ourselves two to three years hence. Contencin & Men's Bathing Suits from $5.00 to .$12.00 per dozen.A .
I ti are going to put electoral tickets In the and proving beyond a doubt that Son declined private offer of an average lot of new and second-hand Show-cases, in good order.
GRAMMATICAL ERRORS.
I field and the woods will with ate of 5.50: for the entire Invoice of
Plt 1J ring the we do not know what we want. We think that Big lot of SUMMER UNDERSHIRTS, HOSIERY, SUSPENDERS: ,
I eloquence of many of the brainiest men Florida-UodI oranges, as they \ : Hats, for rough wear; Fish hooks, Mosquito nets, fine medei,
, ; ft of the country. TUB bunlnoKs men of The press is usually supposed to have never yet met the fortunate higher rates can be obtained for them at made on games and without. Our prices are right.
i the country have not yet decided to let be an educator for the people man who was able to please every. the regular auction sales.-New York B3T- Dealers, let us hear from you.
this be ; Tribune.
t government run by political body have occasionallycome
t It t ; thlmble-ilggors and garrulous ranters newepapers are read by all, and it though we who have tried BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
across some
i who enough POHO to have as leaders pretty;talkers It .is at 11011.college well is just avoid as incumbent blunders in upon the use editorsto of to do so, and they have ended by Piano for Sale.A 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.

'1 commencements and plo-nio gatherings, making miserable failure and fine, mahogany, square piano for
1 but bombast talk docs not put' any their own language, as it is to make As Bale In Titusville; cost $500; will sell for
long as an
certain that their items of pleasing nobody. JAMBS PIHTCHABD, President; W. M. BRowN VIce-President
money In the public treasury. The campaign news 1200( cash, or on time. ;
i official does his in what his
, this time Is going to be squarely are correct. It is common to find duty For further pnrtitulars address, C. /S. Schuyler, Cashier.
between the politicians! anarchists and in the smaller conscience tells him is the best PIANO,
p ; misguided musses who feel hard times, country of the papers way, we have no right to growl. Care of ADVOCATE, INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
grammatical errors most
and tho conservative' steady business These remarks are caused by recent Titusville, Fin
i community composed of sturdy farm flagrant and unnecessary kind, especially ),
kicks have heard aboutour
1 it ers, capitalists and practical meA of affitlrs. In those which are we I
4 It will ho a battle of wind and professedly published papers in the interests town officials. Some people Consult James Alott, (Incororlttecll1nrler the Laws of the State of Florida.)

wisdom or bowels and brains. want to know what they have done Authorized capital, $100,000
of the people. The use of for lemon
4 "Tho evanescent enthusiasm which Orlando Nursery, orange,
v since have been in
followed the convention 111 :: the word "done" for "did" is an instance they office ; why and grape fruit trees, grape. vines and Paid up capital, $25,000
s.I in point. It is a too frequent they haven't done this, why they Marshal Niel roses Average deposits, $160,000
r eclair soiiHOH. Tho party lash may be occurrence to read that "Mr. have done that. Well, as far as f". ,JAMES MOTT, -

I V; thioitteiiod, but men uro too wise to for- B3-and-6o done 'such-anil. a we can learn, our present council Orlando, Fla. -, Transacts a General Banking

abandon has done, and is doing, a great r
thing this or that occasion.
upon Fruit Wanted. '
pgV a politicalVlllntliowlNp.. Sound money Now, any man who does not know deal for Titusville, though it may -' Business

tik -we have now and sound money will be that this is not "good United not appear much on the surface.It Ripe, or nearly ripe pineapples; also J '
r triumphant In November." States," should take a little extra. has saved the town from imminent guavas, mangoes, sugar-apples, alligator } Largest and Oldest Bank on the River!

danger of going into the >easr, limes, bananas and other tropical ,
schooling ;; or, at any rate, read V Exchange sold on all Foreign Couutrltw.
' hands of receiver it has and semi-tropical fruits wanted. The _
TO POSTMASTERS. a ; paid
the works of standard authors before -
off about $1,200 of indebtedness highest market price paid. : DIRECTORS,
trying to edit a newspaper. It Address, R. C. Rains, fruit dealer, 25 J ARNKTTl'reltlnl
Afl.PIUrOtlARD.W.B. (
ll In a great many instances may be argued that news and reducing a debt of $2,000 to $800; Hogan street, Jacksonville, Fla. of the National Bank of Jacksonville),J.HDUHKKE '

tM throughout the state we find postmasters ideas, and not purity of grammar, It has reduced expenses in every + Jacksonville(Vlce-Frealdeut National Hank. 4
:ey ), and W.,1BOWY.
I' little remiss in their possible and as long as the
a are wanted in a newspaper, but if way Advertise in the ADVOCATE if you CORItESpoNDF.NTS.Seaboard .
.duty respecting refused second- the is to be ed- present town government remainswill want to increase your business.Mr. National Bank of New York i...
class mutter, etc. Frequently publishers newspaper a public wR., .._._Rr Natnna.1 Hank of_.1.uk__...,_,"_...(__._.. 20TIPciTciVILI

,$: are not notified that a subscriber -
bas refused to take a newspaper THE COUNTY PRIMARY not mako good public servants, A. L. Hatch, as School Board officer ...E, FL 1.
ELI CTION. though, as far as we know,they are both was unanimously re-elected; while -
out of the postofllce after
untried in official positions. Messrs. Dan. E. Miller and J. S. Snow-
his subscription has expired and To the successful candidates W. J. HILL. pAI'WOKTII.
; TIle election for the nomination of we extend den will fill the places of Messrs. Henry H. M.
sometimes it is too much trouble Urevard county's officials for the next our congratulations ; to the unsuccessful and Johnson, who were not in the Held

for a postmaster to notify a pub- four years Is over, and the unsuccessful ones we would say "Try again, for re-nomination. South Wholesale
1 ielicr when subscriber changes candidate, have just about got through gentlemen beaten." ; ouce beaten Is not always For Justice of the Peace for the 2nd Florida House
District, Dr. U. R. Wilson was the choice
the dubious satisfaction of
j' 1< his place of abode. It would be very speculating The for treasurer baa beena
as to the why and wherefore of race county of the people; while for constable Mr.
well to call the attention of post- their defeat. With the exception of representative close one between Feaster and Fischer, 'Rodd Smith came out .ahead of Mr. C. "W". :T. :BJLL dc OO.
masters to tbe law on the subject, -where the present Incumbent and up to noon on Thursday, the nom- D. Case.
which : wore candULites for re-election I if at ion was slightly in doubt, hinging on For Democratic Senatorial l delegates, ESTABLISHED 1873.' -
says the vote of the Narrows
they have In every cane come out ahead precinct. the Dimick ticket was In the majority .
SKC. 5311. Publisher to be notified.. which shows that the people are satisfieti} Both these gentlemen have canvassedthe by from 32 to 3*. Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders'
Postmasters shall notify the publisher with the way they have conducted our county thoroughly, and the defeatof As there was no opposition for officesof ,
of any newspaper or other periodical county affairs In the past, RIIllt must Captain. F. Fischer-who certainly county judge and tax collector, we
I same subncriber shall refuse to take be gratifying to the candidates did well for a new beginner In politics did not deem It necessary to publish the
very
,' the from the office, or neglect to themselves.We wait not altogether to want of work. vote cast. Materials of all Kinds.
i a' call for I it for the period of one month. have no cause to fear that our new Supt. J. II. Sams-whose whole vote Below we give a, tabulated statementof
nl (U. 8. f S83.) prosecuting attorney-Col. 1) I.. Onul- we did not get-was undoubtedly re- the votes of each precinct, as far aa .AN"FOn.n: : F-LOR.xDA.: : : .
SKC..: fW7. Notice; when and how I den-and aherill-Mr. Jon. }'. Brown nominated hid opponent having been Dr. we have been able to obtain them : --:"!
given.-Notice will be given when a J. I* Eiios. '
; newspaper or periodical In uncalled for
1 or refuaod- or when the subscriber MIAMI I
change bU addreiut without notifying i-I I -
( IIj + + .
4 the publisher or ordering his matter forwarded ..J" oJ +
) o .1:1 _
the blank form .1 a m .4 .
furnished
upon :
for that purpose which can be procuredby O'FICE. CA.'fDIDATE. ;F -i s 5 'g A : A j ; d O ,*,

application to the First Assistant :,;: .4 Cj.. ra d. w 2C'c a' a 3 '2 >'
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Postmaster-General.. Division of post- .A.. & CI..a. IS) t i 1;> :; ... a,5 -= :!5:1 Town !
office supplies. If aecondr,t notification + 8 = 1 r 71 r. U p m p : Fepresentative. Lots Now on Sale

;. disregarded, a may be sent,
calling attention also to the fact of previous H. A. Hardee..S110; 4 6\1\) ;.III 4 0 3\1 M !111 1:1: 21 0 20 1 0 b 0 4 7 :no
I notice. The notice U to be given w. n. Sand"I'. .. 13 311 22 ::15 10 10 7 3 18 7 9 10 0 2&& 24 0 21 11 2 131 01 jjl I fi 2118
t to publishers In Canada and Mexico aa O. F. Xue,. . 1. 8 8 9 1\ 2 1 711 0 0 1 0 10J/ 0 0".1) 2. 2 to A.
well I aa this country. B. J. Stewart.. :2 I 3 1 41380000 0000 :l 0 110 1 8 0130: E. KINGSLEY General Agent For
,r ; 1. There I Is nothing In the postal laws Clerk .\. A. StewAI"t :3012721544212: 129471613: 2 1 6111 8 7 12 7 8 471 ,
: or regulations concerning the liability of J. E. Fults. 0 I 8 :l 21 9 6 S It 17 14 0 7 0 1 7 0 mil 14 21 3 157
s subscriber for the subscription price of . . .8.J. FleM. .. .. 11 10.111:. 7 1 0 I) 16 2 7 5 930 3 I 00 1)I :3 u. :Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
\ a newspaper or periodical. County Judge. MinorS.Jonem. (a0a)9ooa0'0o0000awi0000oo0o' ( a)0t ) 0 011) 0 ()() ) 000 L
V 2. If a postmaster should cause loss Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten, . 3.'i 0l;) 22 fib 3:1: 3 838 IS3 18 22 12 3:1:1 21 6 1 11 51S: 0 8 626
to a publisher because of failure to coma ..John lIenry.. D 60 1:1: / 18 :28! / 18/ 111 21 16 0 2 11 3 II 4 7 0 2 11 2M 7 2.0: CHOICE
r 1 with a plain provision of law, hla Tn Collootor., E. W. Hall. . 00000000()(s(,' xia)0Oaa0a100tx)( ( ) )( () ( 000011 0'000 a) ) (J 0.00 00 00004) O 000 BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
: lllty would have to be determined in Treasurer. T. lo'eutor. . 40 87 15 :30 2.I' 0 2. 57 It! 1 2:I 0 11 7 6 1 0 3 3 S 8 350
1 the court and not by the poatof ice de . . C. F. Fischer 4 60 17 b3 I 2b 2:I 8 10 19 15 ::11 10 9 13 19 4 3 9) 3 Inl: u 3-7 all parts of the Town. Selected
partment. . . C. J. Hector. . 0 0 :2! S 9 1:1: u 15 1 1 0 2 (J 10 0 04 0 1 T 0 1 80 Carefully
3. Postmasters should make a record, Prosecuting.. Att'l D. J.. G"1den. .19: 62 13 lIO 39 i\ 0 Ee 62 7 22 7 () 3:1: U 7 8 5 5 J4 1:1 401 Fruit and Vegetable Lands :
for their own protection, when a. pubH n. )'. h1all. . 11 71 U 49 17 1 D 0 94 20 0 3 0} 11 H20 1 2.OJU: 3 329 on
hw la notified of the non-delivery of Sheriff . ... . It. T. Titus. . 18 1 4 8 4 0 18 b 2 0 1 0 6 4 2: ,,,0 0 0 139 .Iin.D1i: River and I3bicu lC.
1 't I his paper to ..> subscriber. This record 'a . .... . P. Brown . .. 2"J 7-1 3n 73 II 6 9 9 22 23 8 10 82618 7 8 1 3f 2 5 300 Bay y
should allow the aame of the publication, . . ...J. S. B1'7an. . 2: 4 l" 44 0 22.1101 I,18 2 1 3 4 0 '1 2 4 'e 28 lu 244 tr Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settler
city or town In which It i* published, Burt. 01 Behoola. .. II. Sams ...4 : 311 tl8 24 000 9 !! '1 7 8 tI,.....' 000
jiatne of the subscriber and the date .. L. Eau . ...: .. 12:128,000: 0 S1 30 24 110 131 l 0 2a 21 20010111. 9I 01000Mo. / Main Office, Hotel Miami, MIAMI, FLORIDA."V' .



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Department of Agriculture little people and it is not a alight thing enjoy their wheels and surf bathing every ASK the recovereddvperitica .
when they who are so fresh from God day, and so many young people now; bilious G. G. SPRINGER e i
Jupiter Fla.Hie .
Blither Bureau- love us." We hate to think of the time here is a dance every night .iiflerera, victim of .
and the
when little fever alu"
Florence Helen will leave: ,
I Is comparative ..tatet Mr. who mercurial dhe.eec1p.tlent I I"j
following a Coronado Henry Strunz, of Palatka how they re
of temperature and rainfall for the has so much enjoyed spending Sundaysat c"verehe.lth cheerful _
Ik ending/ Tuesday Aug. 11, 181W5.\ "God in Nature" had been tile theme the Inn during the past month la ipirit any rood.ppslilelhevwtlltell Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of -

1800- -1805- In our seaside vesper service. We sang now established here for a time an.i if .
-
SIMJMONH
E. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. of the birds with their notes of joy, of here are more Irregular heart oats, von bv 1-ivhK t kInR KEOUJ -- '{
87 75 84 73 the; incense of the llowers; we spoke ofjod's hero Is less palpitation.Mr ___ -S_ LA1'oR. I C EIDistillecL: 1'
87! 78 85; 72: mercy In the sunshine and( in the *y* AND
88 80 80 75 rain, the proof of his bounty in the har- and Mrs. W. W. Haughton. of The Cheapest.. Pure and Bent FamilyMedicine ;:
World __
89 f 77 80 73; vest; we prayed that we might realize Palt\tka. are young people who are In the .
88 70 86 73 its wondrous power and beauty in sky greatly appreciated at Seaside Inn. Both For DYSPEI'SiA, ,, CONSTIPATION'laun-: :
dance dic.. BII '''l..ck .
and 1111\
80 78 87 78 and sea; then out from the fight aim beautifully Mrs. Huughton 1)epre..lon. : of Spnta. SOUR :\ACH, \
88! 81 03; 77 warmth of the crowded room we go into plays most Inspiring dance music. Heartburn etc contain 1'hll' nnrtvRII..d.ulnirle particle sentedy of Ie Waterj\j
warranted not to n
otal rainfall for the week: 0C7: Inches thc; cool shadow of the night. There is II. H. Davidson and J. N. Bradshaw MKKCUKV, ur any mineral HubntaiK-o, but i Ie
no moon. From the porch we can just of Orlando, were at Seabreeze.. for a time. : VKIJKTABI.IJ.:
normal rainfall for thefit PUUHL.Y
fcartnre from make out the dark curved of thefUIther Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers. ti
edge Ve
minus O.Ui: ) Inches. Departure were soiry to see them leave but containing those Southern Roots and Herb 'H
'normal rainfall since January 1 sea'; we hear its hollow song; they> are coming back. Mr. liiailsliaw which an oil-wise 1'rovldonoe bus placed in 1
|ii see here and there the trembling retleo- tad stopped) nt uasido Inn last season, countries where Liver DIMMUW most prevail.It .. 41
1.03 inches. will all Diseases caused by Derangement .
is J. W. CKONK, Observer lon; of a star, and stretching out from iud found many friends hero. ot cure the liver and Iloweln. FACTORIESCocoa and West Palm Beaeli. {
before us the dim mystery of the sands. The SYMP10.MS: : .>t Liver Complaint are a
Midway across the reach of murky glooma Trunks and people galore; and still bitter or bad tiiste in the mouth; Pain in the _
__ __ __
Stiles or often mj..l..k Cur kin umatism -
hey come. If somewhat crowded everylrotly BliCk Jousts
tremolo
something of
Banyan. light in the darkness.al'peal'8-just Long a, faint lines is jolly II. F. Stewart, of the Inn, Kowels;.1I"I'I..tl'ly!oour Stomach C""lIV"; and loss IlIxl of; H".1I1..chel Appetite; !

form, waver then creep slowly towardsus realizes his house is not half big enough Los of Memory: : with a painful : i SEEDSGARDEN and FIELD -SEEDS
.
which to
like and la now cIlcu1l1t1l1gI1'on au addition Raving failed to do Hoinellnmr ought I II
; of the
ghostly fingers sea feeling have been doiii; Debility Low Spirit, u thlrk
head: the ADVOCATK. N for the land. We are to witness the by another season.A yellow appeuruncu, ol thu Skin and Ryes,, a dry tlI
the drouth wonders of the phosphorescent sea. The Cough often mistaken for Consumption.Sometimes .
'Inenpple8 are standing delegation from Gainesville\ took the
bch better than anything: else uncertain lines have become more distinct Inn by surprise one day this: week. the disease., ut many other of very tin-so Cow symptoms; but the spend LIVES I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First 111
their dull luminous. of | mid if not
grey grown i There were so many of them, the guests I* iteneralty tho sent tho < IBI-IISK
Air.
elected
Calvin Thigpin was justice They mark the place of the innermost I felt their breath fairly taken The Rctfulntc.l in limn jrreat iiflTerinif, wietcliedness -
the and J. R. Rixgan constable, away. and UtAI II will ensue. class SEEDS in the State.-'
pence ripples; their edges, aa they approach, proprietor, however could not acconi- Tho following highly esteemed person*attest
last.
Itho primary Saturday are clearly defined; receding they leave immolate them all, anti part of them are to the viitnes of hiinnums Liver Kemiliitontlon. j
emocrate should stand by the Tinges of twisting threads of silver. located at the Surf Crest. W.. S. Holt, Pres. lift; S.V., K; J R. <:u.1; Kev.I. :KIT": SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering elsewhere All Seeds tented ,tl i
) you K. Perry, Uu.; Col. I K. K. Sparks. Albany
Felderl lit'foro
mines of your party; If you do not, The movement IncI'ell861with the light; lie I C. MiiHteriwiii, Esq.| Sheriff llibb Co., Kent out. 'a; I
| not worthy the name of demo- the lines curve, the curves cross and The following; were registered at Seaside Ga.y| Sion. Alexander II. Stephen\ *. L. CAMERON Seedsman .
u t,are mingle; the sea is 'broidercd with a pattern Inn during! the past week : W. W.Iaughtonwlfo know"We that Imvo tested for. Dyspepsia) its. vlrl"'UrK"naly, .lliliousiu-ss and and J 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, ,
| and two children\ Hobt.
of wondrous intricacy The glory Throbbing IleHjiu-lie It ,Is the best. medicine the
off atJis
flie primary passed very quietly grows : the tops of the waves beyond W. Davis, Miss Nellie U.ivis. Henry world ever saw. \Ve triad torty other i'emedie* FLA.'r
> place. There wero half-dozen are outlined with tints of tho opal gentle Strunz J. E. Lucas T. N. Smith, Pal- before. Simmons Liver 1 Regulator, but none waveusmoiethan 1

nets had assembled.home After the correspond-1 argent pulsings of warming color show] ; the atka; II. II. Davidson J. N. liradithaw Tutor: not only temporary Ie ice1: ,lelief hut: cured; but the us"ti.:egu-:Ku.TKUfcGKArn A Fertilizer for Fruit ( I'I''r 1h
l\vd <
gone your heaving surface of the water between. Orlando; 111'11."I 111nil., Cleveland 0.; AMI Mii.iHh.NUBK" !M neon, U...
|t learned that P. A. McMillan was The crest of a wave whips' off, scatteringa L. N. Terrell and son, Atlanta: tiW., ; M\\Ilt"AC""IIIi> ONI V HV V h
men a delegate to the senatorial con- of not to be A. Allen, Mrs. J. II. Hibbard Miss Edna J. H. 2EILIIN' A CO.. J>Philadelphia*. !
pearls another
spray ; '
IItlon. The race for executive and com- outdone wears coronet of diamonds.And Slackhouso, DeLand; Chas. l:. Shore, a- -- --_:_- .._-_.- =: =====:: "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer," :
between Ragan Creech
.
tteeman the show is In full play. Flash answers f. II. Lane Jacksonville; C. W. Arnold,
Lulled In 15 votes for Creech and 11r tla.dq; quick as thought they run 11.[ [ G. Hastings> Interl.iclion;; M. U. with sonic fine 11I111lc. on tho violin and :Priao2i .0o Per: Ton.'i'

| Ragun.: I from end to end of till waves, brighteras Cohen, W. H. M Morehouse Savannah; banjo. L .

they tiy. North and south-as far as \V 111. H. Jones, Miss Emma Waring, Mr. Robert :Smith: was down the river several OU All AN TEED ANALYSIS :..... .. :

Reams. the eye can carry-is this lightning play and Mrs. Cushmaii and daughter, Mrs.T. : days; lust week, visiting different Molstnro , ,., ,8 to 10) Per Out.Ammonia ,
of the wl\ters. dazzling in its (light. A. Ca1'1'ollaud' son, Mis. Sandlin Miss 'points south of here -l>tf to U" "J
Graham,- Dfi.. Turner, son and daughter, o
The breakers
broad shoots of '
are glowing .
I Do take the ADVOCATE ? emerald and. molten silver paling even J. E. Lambeth and wife Miss Coul'1'ay. II. C. Stack Is very busy' since the rhoHpliorlo) Acid ,5, \ to \I I f
you the most marvelous effects of the oloc- Jninesvllle; Mrs. (i. W. liatwett and two arrival of tho schooner Queon from the rotiiHh (Actual), . ,.11(! to H ,

I Miss Louise Dawson, of Narrows was trio fountain. All the sea is living, children, J. L. Boone, wife and children. Bahamas )putting out pineapple Blips. Hade exclusively! from Bright Cotton Seed, Meal, Nltr.ito of Sod.t, Blood, Dono '1,
Island last
tiling upon friends on the liquid<< fire; all the life of Its movement The election quietly In our 1[)llIlIolvmll'holl'hllto. Fine (hound Tolmooo Slonm! mind Sulphate of I'l'tiinh. a
londay.I is shown'; it is grand and weird fascin- town and tho democrats polled n solid Z.IT" Write for illriHsHoim\ for using and further parllcnlni ; also! ask for d:
,
I Twenty-five or thirty men took part in ating and overpowering, teaching anew Malabar. vote for those they regarded the best copy of "Kcoiioinioiil: Kuitllt/.lng for Fruit" Wo carry n largo stock of all Krrtlll ; 1
i old-fashioned log-rolling on the land the greatness of Nature's God and the with I think and zor Matoilnl\ Cotton Svod.I :l\Jol\l. Tobacco Dust, rotimli, tttc.Vrltu| for 1'11"lllh,,..
men, one exception ;
littleness of self. fete buying. \Vo' suck the trade direct.
f J. E. Jones, last Wednesday. if some of our favorites were snowed under growers ,

I We have had one light rain during the L. J. Wells, of Grant, wait In town last we can only act as true men should 1 WILSON & TOOMER ,
Lit five weeks the result of which is Friday -back the candidates who are the 1 people's -

Jiat mosquitoes are very scarce and dust Sebastian.Fifty IIowoll Smith of Melbourne spent choice, for we believe\ that thomajority The Fertilizer House of Florida, '.

llentlful.J Sunday in Malabar. rulos. Jacksonville Fla. ; ,'

J l ev. L. D. Howard of Sebastian, (loitered : votes were polled by the citizens C. C. (;Carroll our real estate man; liis) Six of our young people attended a -. .
of Sebastian on election day.S. ball Hardeo's Hall\ Sebastian on tho
a very interesting address at the been quite sick for several days. at '
|hool last Sunday. This will be Mr. Kitching made flying trip to Cocoa evening of August 14, and all\ join In say-
loward's last visit to us for some time this week Mr. Dan Miller\[ went to TltiiHvlllo Saturday ing that certainly the Sebastian boys Fred'k. S. Morsex .
JH he expects to visit his old home In returning the same day. know how to give delightful balls\ ; and : >< ,;: ;
[oath Carolina before entering school Leonard D. Howard clearing a lot in the kindness and hospitality of the Sebastian ,
Ills fall. the Hudson addition for the Baptist Mr. C. W. Bolton made a trip to Melbourne people cannot be exceeded anywhere f 1
church.R. Tuesday in the interest of }loll- on tho river Special mention '
i :RE.A.Z: EST.A.TE: :
,
:
j A most peculiar condition has pre- tics. should be made of tho kind, attentive : i
,tiled in the river the last ten or twelve G. Ilardee has gone on a business solicitudes of Messrs. Robert Harden mind ,
l.tyg.. The water Is a dark coffee colorluring trip to Valdosta Ga. John Harris will Melbourne Quite a number attended of Sunday young school men from hero W. C. Braddock, to make every one en- 1\1X.A.IWX"! : : nLao Oo., 'XIoXtI: : ;
the fish business during his absence
the day, and at night is unusually run : last Sunday joy the evening. ,,

Irllllant with a phosphorescent light. It Ivey Lawson killed a large catamounta AGENT FOR LANDS OF _
leeras wind has to Miss Emlloo Bernelle and ;I
that the no power few days ago, which had been causing brother ;
mile the river's surface and the fish are trouble among the neighbors' chickens. Prosper, were in town last Friday and HAVE you boon to Seabreeze this Hummer -
louiid dead along the shore in great Saturday. I? If bo sure you go there.. Florida :Kant!: Coast Knllway Company
umbers. The lumber has arrived for the M. E. Jloti Florida Coattt Lino Canal *
p church and work on the Messrs.*Frank Wooten and Joo Brown Take train )aytonlanl1aKk for II Transportation Company,
building parsonage la being pushed forward as rap- spent the night In Malabar last week Q. Hawley. Ho ban one of tho mOHtcomfoltable llohton A Florida Atlantic Count Land Company. ,

Remember, the ADVOCATE does all idly as possible.Patronize and were made more than welcome by conveyance In Daytonafor 0 ,,_ _0___ __ .. _' _. __" .._ _._.._ .__. .. o. _. _.._.. i
kinds of Job Printing.Coronado. I their friends the boys serenading them drives to, and on the beach.

1 want to your homo good merchants. at If _. .. .- The Jacksonville Fertilizer ai
you buy your cheap --- -- -- ---- -- -- ---- -- --- --- ---- ---- --- Co.
home, there are three stores here which
Beach.: can supply your wants. GO TO THE .

The schooner Merchant Capt. Walter :111. 15V1lLOW: GS-olla'11VIan: : : .agar. I

Orders were received for' fOl'tyextra Kitching was in port this week. The (LATE CHAl'MAN A SUDLOW.) fis
boriiea of the pink paper at the hotel Merchant was heavily laden with a cargoof
gain this week, general merchandise. South Jacksonville, Florida. + r, j

Saturday a party of four from Orlan- If there is not some change In the MANUFACTURER OF ; ,'
r.o, after a stay of nearly two weeks, weather soon the fishing industry will\ BICYCLERACES} I
left, for borne; and a few hours afterwards have a hard set back. The fish are FERTILIZERS For and
( five gentlemen from the same dying by thousands on account of the Pineapples Oranges ;
dace registered at the. hotel. And still gas which is rising from the mud in the ,
[hey come. bottom of the river the water being low .
and of a red muddy color. All the jellyfish Vegetables, and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material .xa
Strange things wash up with the tide. ,
dead.It
lr. "VVyman caught a sea cow floating In are Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc. Also
the first ever seen at the hotel. Old seems that our Sebastian brother, ,

eptune has a wonderful lot of curiosities who writes to the Cocoa and Uockledge The FanLCt: :: :: ard.-TJ.D1c&: : Brand
In his depths and now and then News in trying to get "Other Fisher ... .
Ammonia . ,4 to (5 per cont / .
jtliey come to the surfa.% to excite us. men" on the right road forgot all about Available 1'lioH. Acid.. ,/I I to 8 per cent > Bor $21i.O4) l'c:,' Ton.

On Saturday last Messrs. Lorraine and himself, and boarded a boat; that was I'otiwh K 0. ,0 to 7 per cent ) A
and foundered in the first
(Vyman had another big catch-:22 sea puff unseaworthy of wind that came sweeping down highest Commercial Value given our III'and.ln the hint Bulletin. Write for '
bass, two trout, one cavalli and a green the course of the grand water highwayof Price. Orders for 2 tons and ) for our brand will\ l Iol o delivered free. *C all '
turtle. A party from Daytona hungry Brevard county-the,Indian River. freight charges( to any railroad depot on the BaIt Coast at catalogue, prices, until
[ or fish, had come down our way for aPish AT further notice.DUREN.

fry, and the Coronado fishermen .. .. ,
'
,-
[furnished the fish for their less fortunate [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any .

IOI hbor8. Coronado is headquartersfor job printing you need.] Jacksonville 27th 1896'SPLORIDA & FEASTER.
| fishermen. Aug. ... .

There are quite a number of professional GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES Florida and
[ men registered at the Coronada-: Seabreeze.When ,
I two college professors one M. D., two Crockery, Guise and Tlnw"re.
Western Meats of All Kinds
Idealists one judge and several lawyers. ,
Your .
.Hollcltcd.
I There is also little girl of eight years yon need a. /good, newsy East EAST COAST RAILWAY.: 11l\h'OIllIje
lot age who la quite an actress, having Coast paper do not fail to take the well TITUSVILLTFLOHIDA..

I decided talent. She gave an Impromptu known pink -the ADVOCATE.All .. . .. .
I bit of acting lately describing a "punch paper Will Nell Hound-Trip Ticket from all\ stations August 2f
land, Judy" performance, and did it admirably very much enjoyed n card party 28th, at the following. low rate The lowest that will bo named this *ea ou.

calling forth loud applause. Wednesday evening at the Inn and given by RATES : GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !
She is Ethel the of the guests. Very pretty original
Starkey daughter :
prizes were given. Miami, AVeHt Palm Beach Eden, Jensen, Atikona > 00 .,
Mrs. ,
| Starkey of Orlando.. North Ankona, Fort Pierce, Woodley. . 160 I'< ,
Probably there is no spot on the Capt. J. E. Lucas of Palatka, madeus Sebastian Koaclaud, Melbourno. . 4 00
[ Atlantic ,coast where there have been a flying visit. He never has time for Sarno Eau Oallle Cocoa City Point. . ."; ;i M) :
such splendid catches of fish as at Coronado anything else but the guests at the Inn Faustian Tltusvllle, Lyrata.. . . 3 (X() LITTLE :aROs.: .... :. j:
I tills season, while the breezes are would enjoy a more prolonged stay. Oak Hill IIucomber, Hawk's 2 If) )

cool and pleasant, the thermometer Tho guests daily regret the absence of: Orange C. Junction, Lake Helen, New Smyrna Orrnond Daytona, Harwood J 00 :, :
rarely reaching 80=. Dally the fishermen Mrs. Horace Stewart at the Inn, who has Favorlta Enpanola San Mateo. . .. . . 1 110) FERTILIZER &: PHOSPHATE CO : :
bring to the hotel the best of evidences been ill for some time. They miss her Howard' Ridge Palatka East Palatka Tocoi Junction. 1 00) .. :

I of their success, and often Mr. singing and very charming presence. St. Augustine Pittsburg, Nebitt , , . , 85; O2 J t.olkltsoss.villo: Tr lilai. .f
Sharp has sent quantities of handsome Same rates from intermediate station Ticket good to return Friday, Aug. ,1 ,i
fish to the cottages. Mr. Lorraine, who W. II. Morehouse of Savannah, spent 28th, on regular train Arc Offering Their ,
has made such a.fine record here this Sunday at the beach. He 1* a particularly arllIcyclea will be transported free. ,, I
season, started out early on Wednesday agreeable man and from his several ... ;"- 4.11, rO\lrl.d.: : : :e'rac..d.: : .
with Mesara. Wyman Stanfleld, Sharp visits here baa made a lot of friends. rat .,

I and Walter I. Sprenger ,of the Interior ,II. Hastings, of Interlachen who The Annual Midsummer Meet of the : the Exceedingly Low Price of
Department, Washington. They were has been spending some time at Sea 'Bicycle \J;
first rewarded by finding a "sea hen's" breeze, continues to enjoy the surf bathing
nest with 160 eggs. Leaving 25 egg. in and feel the benefit of the sea air :ddd(: $21S :Per Ton. .: ,
the II\nd. they brought back the remainder Jacksonville Wheelmen at Panama Park. :1
"
which were examined with interest Judge/ Davis and bright/ little daughter ( Ammonia .... ,. .6 to 0 per cent \\orJ;
by the visitor, and afterward enjoyed Miss Nellie of Palatka took a few Guaranteed Analysis < Available Phosphoric Acid . .4 to 6'- .
by them when converted Into cakes and days' rest here last week. The Judge GRAND ILLUMINATED BICYCLE PARADE Wednesday evening, AUfCu.t2l1tb. ( Actual Potash . .'.. ,.ate 4 .. ,
omleu. consider the turtle a waa constantly surrounded by Palatka with Fancy Trick Biding* a special feature. Bring your bicycle along and ,,2T'
Many eggs joi the parade. Manufactured from the Purest Ammonlate f
great treat. The fishermen did not havetwenty admlrera.Mra. 8uper-pho phate And Potashe.

as large a catch. usual, procuring only G. W. Gannett, of Palatka la one DANCING at the Pavilion at Panama Park night of August 27th. Tree Nothing. better for Pineapple, Vegetable, and prevent condition of the ''Orange ,;";
,
fish them a dozen fine ; of the late arrivals at the Ion. Mra.Baaaett < ,?4""
Ilea b.s.. It among WM Mr. Spree er's firstaay we understand, haa a superior MUSIC by First Battalion Band of Jacksonville. A fine stock of all kind of Fertilizer Material. constantly on hand. ":a

with the fishermen, and ha was soprano voice and she will be a great RACES will take place on the Magnlfictnt One-Third Mile Cement Track, U--Write for Pamphlet and Price<<: (' '

greatly pleased to be able to aay he had acquisition to the Inn. under the auspice of the following named gentlemen a* Committee: Dr. J. D. LITTLE: BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO., !
caught a sea ..*.. Heretofore, he baa Fernandez, Geo. II. Bahl D. U. Ground Walter Hawkln, Goo. M.. Chapin, K. P. < ,
Fla.
been Mra. T. X. Smith, who baa been con- Jacksonville _fj
content to pot In hi*time frolicking Bacon, secretary. ,
in fined to her room from a severe attackof
the
surf and of that bonny
' taking car inflammation of tbe eyea for the past Motel and Boarding house arrangements will be made by the Secretary for '
"by "the
laughing of hi baby*, known," who on Ie the quite beach at home month, can now endure some light, and parties making up to attend the Meet. Letter' to him on this ,subjecteel will re- cJOB ir THE "ADVOCATE" does flrst-class,- np-to-date ;'

herself In the surf, though only six the guest at the Inn hope to soon see : e prompt attention. .

month. old. He may be justly proud,of her down stairs. Vf Remember t No charge for Bicycles. PRINTING( and we are prepared to. meet all Competition '
her, for bit of .
ahe I. a sweet, lovlnf X... J. H. Hibbard and little daughter ,
humanltywhobarn made.many frt DIL and }fl.. Stackhwuae, of DeLand. J. D. EARNER:: JAUDOX BROWNE,
Charles Dlckena says : MI love those have found frienda at Seabreeze; and all AM' Gen'l Passenger Agent.,, Trar. Passenger Agent. in rjces. Give as a trial order.t.


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SOCIETIES:: ETC.
d Nutrition Qaalltlm of Olive*. ODDS AND ENDS.
Well Satisfied withAyer's
If dried olives all the
possess qualIties
KNIGHTS OF FYTHIAS.!!
?
There are about 8,000 Chinamen in 1
; claimed by their advocates, a new Seminole Lodge No. 3(1. holds Its ,meeting at the city of Philadelphia and its suburb w
industry may bu developed in thin state Hair Vigor."Nearly the Court house the tint four Thursday even-
and economical persons be furnished InKS of each month at 8 o'clock p. m. In the London Directory for 1895 the

with a food product palatable and high L. T. roODY, !8.! D. GEIC1KR, Smith family occupy upward of 20 closely
A ly nutritious which will forty years ago, after C. C. ]M. of F. Ot K. of R. & S. printed
', coot no more pages.Oxford
some weeks of sickness hair .
than 0 cents a day. W. 8. Manning of my and Cambridge have now
I ; Ballard Santa Barbara county has turned gray. 1 began using Ayer's INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.!! rowed together a little more than 283 -

41', tY sent a sample of the dried fruit for the Hair Vigor, and was so well satisfied Drill at the Armory over county jail every miles in races, Oxford being about a ; gay ee4

) '1 a inspection of the board of trade. He with the results that I have Tuesday evening In the A.T.month YKAaTKK.Cal.t..ln.at 8 o'clock.. third of a mile to the good in the total ?ke

contends that no product on earth con- never tried any other kind of dress- distance.

; tains as much of the elements of nutrition ing. It requires onlyan
INDEPENDENT: ORDER GOOD TEMPLARS. The Kohinoor Queen Victoria's most
4 necessary for the sustenance of the occasional application e
East
Tltusvllle famous diamond Is stated by
Lodge No. IT meet Tueedayeveuing
every
body on a ripe olive. The dried fruit of 7:30: In Presbyterian church. Public Indian authorities to have been discovered Cy rho
will of contain all these meetings tint In each I[
course qualities Tuesday month. ...i
than
of Golconda
in the mines more
;: ; ''eh and all that is necessary to render 'S AYER'SHair C. A. GARDNER Seu't., U. W. BCOHIK C.,T. 1,000 years before Christ. ,,,,, gkCF1

U l,' it pleasant to the taste in soaking and
Vigor to keep The first Greek to explain the true
malting It. The oil of the olive is r
,I 'eQual to meat, and the pulp is as good my hair of good CHUKCIIKS.EriSCOPAI. : character of the sun and to hoot the idea az; r
a
as bread. Three of the largest olive color, to remove of it being a god was Anaxagoras, Ixirn J.'o V 0I
in Ionia. in the 500 B. O. For this 4 1 J
in the world in dandruff to healItching I year
groves are planting __ ___ I ,
\
southern CHURCH. great heresy he was punished as an
I California. One grove of 400 humors, and prevent the
f in Orange will contain Services the 2nd and 4th !Sundays! In each atheist. .
acres, hair .
county, from falling out. I never hesitate
.
I month at 11 a. m. and 7:3(1: () p. m. Hiinduy school (
r 40,000 tree. Another near Colton to recommend Ayer's medicines every i Sunday at 0:30:: a. In. Evening: prayer at A South African millionaire gave a Z
F e'' will have 84,000 trees, and the third, to friends."-Mrs. 11.HAIQUT 1 p. in. on Wednesdays. Litany service every dinner in London a week or two ago to '
my
1 rlday at 10 a. .
near Pomona will have 24,000 tree Avoca Nebr.AYERS. m.Rsv.. B. F. BROWN Rector. which a small party was invited Every
r1 H There is more olive planting in California lady was presented at dessert with a

I ; ; o e this season than at any previous large uncut diamond from the South
i time the boom being due to the increased ]METHODIST: CHURCH. African mine in which the millionaire SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !
Regular services every first third and, fourth
, s popularity California oranges ( Sundays at 11 a. .... and T:(H) I'. m. Sunday was Interested Fluent Cnlslne<<: and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New lurk.
h ,i in American markets. The olive crop ; School every Sunday at fen: ) a. in. Kpworth
i The Fleet IK of the following Handsome New Steel
ti ; of southern California last! season was League earn Sunday .at:2:30: I p. m. Prayer. meetIng What Did Bh. Meant composed Steamers
} every Thnrndav. night at 7.00: p, m. The "
worth 9120,000 and the growers say La
s{ ( ) that three times the amount of fruit at aoo: p.. in. Everybody welcome at our chnrt,liservices. would kiss yon.SheTake
NorthBound.Steamers .
{ could have boon sold.-Ban Francisco Prepared by Dr.3.O.Ayer a Co.,Ldw'.II<: ,Maw F. JI[. C. EADB 1'antor. me ashore instantly, sir are appointed to nail according to the tide

nil l Call. -Truth. From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling, at Charleston), !Sundays! and Tluirtcun
r Taki A,.,'. Smiparllla for the Conplexfo, From CHARLESTON:: 8. C., Mondays ami, ."hla',
, 1'' k Competition In Diplomacy. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dully pAisr i | n,

t'' In 1891 it was decided that the appointments Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.an,17.301).III. Education of South-Bound.
t ---- -- .- -. -.----- ---------'-=- Sunday. school at 0:45 a. III., ., (lanlnerSupt .
\u the British foreign office Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 29, East River, New York at 3 p. ,n., us follom:
'( a should be interchangeable with attache- They prefer rather to denounce me persons at 7:30. The pulillo are cordially invited to attend BODY For CHA MLKHTON! : 8. C., Tuesdays and Prinks I
r ships in tho diplomatic service,' and the who use it, and such denunciation our services. For JACKSONVILLE: FLA.,(calling at Charleston). Tuesdays> and! KriilmJ
H. M. IOODF.LL, 1'HHtor.
'L q't entrance examinations then made usually includes the entire genealogical MIND,

I the sama The limits of age are 19 and tree of the unfortunate offender. The MORALS. Clyde's St. Johns River Line.DE .

Ii 26, and tho nomination rests with the only possible use a Vnkoner has for a BAPTIST CHURCH.

tJrt 1 ; foreign secretary. The scheme of examination penny is to treasure it as a curiosity.No Preaching every second and fourth Sundays, FREE TUITION. ( BARY LINE)
....
morning and evening. Prayer Meetings every
embraces French German "
Spanish "Ever
; Wednesday evening at 7:00: o'clock. Sunday Steamer lade,
. j Portuguese Rnnnian' Latin and the Loner +
+ Ing first !Sunday! at LaGrange; Second Sunday,
history of Europe In 1893 ehorthand "I don't see why people have muchto
4 so Oak Hill. All are cordially Invited to attend. Florida Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street at B a. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays for 1'aUiuJ
added direction of Lord :Rose- "
1i was by
against aald the
say pugilism prize.
B. A. GEIOKB, Pastor. Sanford Enterprise: and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
. i I tt4'i'4 bery then foreign secretary. The examination fighter's friend. "I have heard of a Agricultural Leaves Sanford 9 a. m., and Enterprise 8:30: a. m., Mondays and Thursdays for Jacksoin'llle.
in modern languages is of a very prizefighter being elected to high official College
K searching character. Vacancies are few position. CATHOLIC CHURCH. SOUTH BOUND. BCHEDULE. NORTH BUlit
about four examination "Yes Services at 10 a. m. Sunday, In new 1 Read down. Rend! tip.
'wc : annually-and an but dat was iu de old times. every .
I Chunk building North Tltusvllle. Children' Leave 8.30 p. m. .... .....................Jacksonvllle............. .... ........ Arrive 3.301.
,y r fee of 6 is demanded. Attaches Ye oouldn'tlglt one ter run fur congresser oatechlmn at 8 p..m. Florida. Open to males. and lemales. Women II 8.45 p. m. .. .........................Palatk............................ Leave 9.00 p.
v., r receive no salary until they serve two de legislature now-not wit de icrap- RBv.J. F. O' OYLB,Rector. board with families In town. Men board at n 3.00 a. m. ..:........ ............... A tor... .............. ........... .. 3.00p.II .
College Mess Hall for flo.()()per month. A most .. ........... ....... a'
ti then take the of ".30 a. m. .........St. Francl" .... .. ... 1.301.1
*I :years; they: place third pin date liable ter start up any minutein healthy location. College surgeon; attends all as 5.30 a. m. ............ ............ Hereaford.................. ........ u 12.00 sa.
secretaries with a salary of 160. Sec either place. "Washington Star. students free of charge.' Military dlaclphne nn- .Blue 31.305.
'( ;, '' ond secretaries receive 800 to 0600 .. der a graduate; of West Point. Four courses of Arrive 3.30 :: ::. ::::::::::::::: ::::::::'..Sanford.: 8prings...::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: suns; :
STAGE Instruction Agricultural, Mechanical', Latin .. 9.25 a. m. .............. ........ ....Enterprl... ...................... It 9.301.
s ii 1 while commercial attaches get 1,000 PMMIHM of Mind. GLINTS. trlentlno In Laboratories.and Women's.Give. degrees Superior of equipment M. eV andA. .... .. .. .. .... .. .. ...... ..80. Fla. Railroad Wharf (Sanford)........ ....................12 Op.Cen'l .
w 4 I to 1,800. : Rep-Our baggage master had a narrow H. BiiBlneiis giving free Instruction
i I j The prospects of clerks are excellent I escape from death this morning "Thoroughbred, an imported ,, play, In penmanship course book-keeping; business law, Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleJ.
I has scored a success at the Garden theater short hand, type-wrlting and telegraphy
i y for the diplomatic service comprises 182 when' the menagerie unloaded at the "fall term Monday October 5th,
a ; members, and 1,000 is by no means an station. New York. IKIH). For catalogues opens giving; lull Information A.LESLIE Supt. JHO. L.HOWARD,Fla.Fr't Agt. F. M.IRONMONGER,JR., Kla Pa...AI!1
Glen Maodonough'a new play will address, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
uncommon salary. There are 30 ministers Rip-How so?
f "' be the first offering next season at the O. CLUTE President, TIIKO. G. Eoonu,T. M., A. J COLE General Passenger Agent, M. H.CLK,A.T.M.
>
I with salaries from .
running 1,850'to
Repo-The biggest elephant aimed a
Florida.
tt I Lake City 5 BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
'. '&:6,000, while those of cmbaHsadors I terrific blow at him with his trunk. Lyceum theater, New York. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agent,

d1 Ia) vary from 5,500 to. 9,000 a :year It is I Rip -Well? The season just closing has been as ff Bowline Green.New' York. 19, So. Delaware A*.,Phlladelphli|
h, ; noteworthy that the British cmbuaaadora Rep-Oh, he checked' it just in time. disastrous: for some of the foreign actorsas Rlpans Tabules.

now at Washington and Constantinople -New York Press.No for those of native growth. Rlpans Tabules cure nausea. -=
''i Rlpana Tabules cure dizziness
, respectively commenced their careers as Lilla Vane who few
was a yearn ago
Rlpans Tabules cure headache.
v, <, junior clerks in the foreign office.- Terror For ITIra. one of our most popular actresses, will Rlpans Tabules cure flatulence. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

' Si. ( Chambers' JournaL Briggs-It must require a heap of return to the stage next season. Rlpans Tabules cure dyspepsia.

courage to face those howling der Bronson Howard will shortly sail for Rlpans Tabulea assist digestion. Florida, New York,
From ma Old Mink vishes. Rlpana Tabules cure bad breath.
Europe, where he will put the finishing
It is evident that the last bond sale Wag taff-Qh. I don't know. It all touches on his new American play. Rlpans Tabules cure biliousness. Philadelphia and Boston.

a drew many old stockings containing depends on your training. Frank Daniels will continue in his Rlpans Tabules: one gives relief. Sailing. from Brunswick, Ga., direct to New York.
,'' hoarded gold from their hiding place Briggs-What do yon mean? : Rlpans Tabulea cure indigestion.
successful comic "The Wizard of
In a small lot of gold paid in at tho Wagstaff, -You'd know what I meant opera Rlpans Tabules cure torpid liver. & PASSENGER SERVICE.
t the Nile for at least one year more. Rlpans Tabules: gentle cathartic. Steamer "Ai.I
treasury a day or two ago were five rarer if you had n new baby In the house.- train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot)
Tabules constipation. RAIL," F. C. fe P.R. R.. on only,4:OB in. Arnt.l
Lisle Leigh Is now the leading ladyof Rlpans cure Thursday p.
old coins. $5 and Cleveland Plain Dealer.
j gold They were pieces Rlpans Tabules: for sour stomach. -Y Brunswick T.30: p. m. Passengers going at once on bowl
Moroaco's stock In Sun I
tore the dates of 1842 and 1847 :yet appeared company steamer.
i'' fresh and bright. On the faces of rretty Dionse waists to wear with Franoi oo. She is a competent aclteas. Rlpans Taliulea: pleasant laxative. Through car without transfer, Jacksonville to Brun wlrt|
( Rlpans Tabules liver troubles.
cure
black satin
"' w'' the coins appeared the letter D, the IIkirtlllU'O made of flowered That eccentric genius Richard Mansfield Rlpans Tabules: at druggists. PROPOSED SAILINGS
i mark of the old mint at Dohloncga Ga. sash ribbons. with the addition of a soft Is again without a manager. He Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R., 3.30.il.: m, (Standard Time.) Lv.Bruniwlrt I

The mint 'at Dohlonega was seized by vest of lace or chiffon to complete the ban had several within the last few Friday,June...............................COLORADO... ..............,........Friday June-I
front The sleeves should be of satin weeks. Samples of "Palntoft" may be had Friday; ,June 12...,. .,...............,.. ..RIOGRANDK.. ...................... ...Frlilav, Jimelf
a the Confederates shortly after the outbreak like the of black chiffon at the ADVOCATE office, free of charge. Friday,June ls................................COLORADO.. .....,..................1FrltlayJnne'
E 1 of the war and gold coin to the skirt or over Friday,Juno 20.........,,...............,....RIO GRANDE.......... ......... ..... .,FrilIB)'.Jul,
v 'amount of $27,000waa) ) confiscated The black.A --.-- ------- Friday,July 3.......... ....................COLORADO..........................Friday, July I|

I pieces received at the treasury the other few India silk gowns appear among Fnrceneral/ Information,steamers, trains, rates! etc., apply to aov railroad agent or to I
the 1. P. MURPHY. Trav. Agent, Jacksonville. CHA8.DAVIE'/ Agent; 220 w.n"y Bt. IlC \"k I
dresses and of dark
imported one '
1, day were probably among those confiscated H. H. RAYMOND General Southern Agent, Brunswick Oa.
in 1801. The total coinage the blue patterned with white has three < ............................................... .......... < > C. H. MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, E.River, and 3O2: Broadway, N. Y.
1 Dahlouega mint was about $0,000,000, tiny ruffles edged with dark blue Tom .
..... X xxxLi.....
Thumb fringe around the skirt Two
ug but few of its coins are in circulation
t Those received at the treasury the other rows of white satin bebe ribbon also
LADIES
day were the first that have shown up trim the ruffles, and the waist baa a * A Boon to Florida !
fiohn effect of silk .
there for a good many year Boston edged with the same
I Poet. ruffles.-New York Sun. View It with opened-eyed surprise
I ty
if and purchase with inward ;
r.nnlfo Io .ra_.. Bud oh Him.

The old time Ynkouers who staid in At a soiree musicale lady. who is in satisfaction. : : : : : : : Water Works for Your Homes

.Juneau so long that the first of the In. the habit of singing off the key addressed .' ,

coming rush reached the Alaskan mea Massenet the : "Dear
composer .i':;'( ;'( i:;i': .i\o ;'(:tt tt tt tt tt tt Etc. under
; I tropolis before they started for their maestro, I have been requested to sing your own Control

summer's work in the interior got an the grand aria from the 'Cid. You haveno /I ,

unusual, and to them unwelcome evi idea how frightened I am."
s IT SHIMMERS WITH
dence of eastern civilization( through the "Not so much as I am replied the ]

introduction into Jnueau's fractional composer, with a sickly; smile.-Musical -: BEAUTY :- YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO

I' .currency of what. Tho Mining Record Age. : '
scornfully calls the "humble .EEATING.I :
penny
EaplaJaed. THE REST. _
piece. The Ynkouers regard the silver
"Uncle 'Tom what is executive abil-
quarter aa the smallest national coin.
s age. They despise dimes and think the ity?" BICYCLE.Art !, Used with open and driven wells,

nickels an outrage on humanity. For "It's knowing how to make other the coin have' satisfactory people work without doing anything; u
penny as a they no
yourself. "Chicago Record. an air pump delivers the water all
of denunciation.
vocabulary
w. KEATING WHEEL CO.
over house with
your pressure. No cost ,
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a
-- I IIOLYOKE.1\IAS8. I.EE I.
to
operate. No windmill or overhead

ao oo o .................. ............ ........................
< aaeoeooooeooooooeopooopooo t: tank. Simple and durable. ,

x Write or apply for particulars to the BUCHER'S '
r Pneumatic Water Work i G
ADVOCATE toDearing
1 $25OOOO or 5y.t.m.'or ,

"; FREYER &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow & Co, either erPnbdcF.rpo.e.Domestic r pcD !

arinjr. Parslow & Co., !t|- I

To Be (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PAMSLOW, Man *j5c 1J;'
Or.a ...... .

N Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise.

r I Given Awaythis o H:: .A. 51 r :B :LIC- J".I.t < CO .'

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

purchased In January last the immense) stock of Pianos Organs sheet DEALERS lit _

n I DURHAM year in valuable music and musical instrument of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out Fine: : Wiueg and: uoro

articles: to smokers of the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices to make room for a full
i line of the celebrated Conover, New England Schubert and Kingsbury Pianos.Ve .
\ have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200:! more than we 417. Ore W. Bay St.,

Blackwell'sGenuine ask: for them : JACKSONVILLE .. FLA.
;onover,style K, wal.. .... ........ ...*3IM flames Pros. style *, roan.$200 ,
Keb..... ... ....... . .................... STB2ito Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from
J,eb ....... ... .. .. .. neNMalcolm Love, wal.Stuyvmant .................... to anun. tl.TS
.. ,. J,walk.................. ..... 9110 Steinway eb.eb .................... ilia Brand from'I.7S to W.75
>. M, eb ...... .. .. ....... ... *HI Everett, ... ........... 125: per gallon.
as K. wal....... ...... ... ........ 323ilcCammon Klngsbury style B sb.I'.I. ., : lina ry We make a Specialty of North Caro
DurhamTobacco ) style 29. wal.... ..... ... ...... 3OO .. 'A .b...... ... ..".. .... 2no Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey. three
.. .a 2'J. mah.-. ". .. am Knans>Grand ... ................, .. 2ft" year old. tJJH: per gallon.
I "a T, wal........ ,-. ...... \275 ; eb ......... ...." ..... '175 Jags-1 &at.. 2Sc .,I &&I.. Mate 3 &&I., PURE
T..b..... ...... ::11IO" wal.................. .. 9nn IIIk-tot.
Halne II,.,.., II e, eb......... .. .. ..... !Son Kewsby. Rvan eb.. .... .............. 1:15: ld0.rga-g &at., >11| 10N$1.; )Kbbl.
M 3, .b............. ....... 175 Ja*. M. Star, eb.............._..__.. Ito ,
,:1 u u II 3, man.................... 1110 Morris > too Parties living In Dry Town will do
You will find one coupon inside Some of these pianos have been rented but we have had them re-polished and well to order from us, aa we can san f

: each a-ounce bag, and two put in thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re- u..m 10 Always per not.send on all ord.n.Ir I / / i k

coupons inside vach 4-ounca funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, Innstrnctlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville wi-will not open new money aoconnu with orders unless. 6
) The Best bag. Buy a bag, read the coupon ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. suitable Jacksonville nf.nnce"I Ihell.
Smoking Tobaeoo Made and tee how to get you abar. I FREYER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No Good sent C.O. D. to Dry Towns.

34 E Forsyth; Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 21. 1896. 1

1 1EEOTmLS.

PERSONAL GOSSIP. For Attorney. For School Superintendent. DON'T STOP TOBACCO. : : :

friends of Col. D. L. Gauld that-there Is a certain sense .. .. .
n -- --- -- -- -
I General Booth ha THE FEELING
months
In seven his [ that forbids our present
announce name AH a candidate HOW TO CURE YOURSELF
veled 88,000 miles. for the position of Prosecuting superintendent of Public\ Instructionfrom The sotol Placade Opened SE- }

George Cracker, the western millionis Attorney for Brevard county, at the announcing himself for re-election WHILE USING IT. Ii1i. January 1894
to build himself a palace in New Democratic primary elections. to; the above-named position friends ,
take this opportunity of placing the The tobacco habit grows on A man JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
.uric. DIme of Mr. Jno. II. Same before the
I Alfred Austin, the poet laureate, act- For Representative. voters of Brevard for ro-nomlnl'tloll atthe until his nervous system Is seriously affected In tho center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west
correspondent of the Lonn election. Impairing health, comfort and ,one block from Buy. Everything: entirely now. Elegantly: furnished throughout.
special INDIANOLA coming primary
.
FI.A. l$1)i.I
B May 22
Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Term
Standard during the FrancoGeran happiness. To quit suddenly is too severe : 92.AO: per day and
hereby announce myself a candidatefor Titusvtlle, May 5th, 1SDO. a shock to the system, as tobacco to upwards. I Special: rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor.
war. re-election as member of the
jit is stated in royalist sirthe t plea louse of Representatives of the Florida For Superintendent of Schools. an Inveterate user becomes stimulant .___________ ,_ - __ _. -'- _.____ _H_ __ ___
lat the pope will Legislature, subject to the Democratic that lila system continually craves.
Le this year to the 41e'< of Prince Fer- primary elections. ENOS, FLA., June 1, 181KJ.: Baco-Curo" Is a scientific cure for the
Grand View Hotel.
nand of Bulgaria. W. K. SANDERS.For I hereby announce myself as a candidate tobacco habit, In all its forma, carefully ...
J Sir Edwin Arnold boasts that he has for I Superintendent: of Public compounded after the formula of nn
than 8,000 editorial lead- Representative. ust ruction for lirevard county at the
ritten more eminent Berlin physician, who has used --
approaching primary election. My suo-
's, averaging over a column in length, SEBASTIAN, FLA., May 7..1O.! celts must depend mainly on the actionof It In bill private practice since 1S72
of his work for the Lon-
i the course hereby announce myself a. candidtebefol'e : my friends who havo urged this announcement without a failure. It is purely vegetable TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

on Telegraph. I the Democratic primary election with those who may Join and guaranteed perfectly harmless. You
I Here Is a specimen of Speaker Beed'aihiloHophy. for the potiitioir of member of the .hem. If elected shall do my duty as can use all the tobacco want while
you
"The uncertainties of life louse of Representatives of the Legislature tar on able.
Jive the greatest zest to our experience," of the I State: of Florida. JAMES L. ENOS. \using "Baco-Curo." It will notify! you RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTThe I'

le says. "It would be a very stupid R. A. IIAUUEE. when to stop. We give a written guarantee

if everything turned out as exacted to cure permanently any case with
orld For County Clerk. ofllce will bo In charge of tho Lessee,
; throe boxes, or refund tho money with 10

But few people are aware that Sir For County Judge.To INMANOI.A, FLA., June 2, ISOfl. per cent Interest. "Baco-Curo" U not a As an "All-the-year-round" House.A r\

ohn Millais, the newly elected presi- the People of Brevard County : I hereby nnnuiince myself a candidate substitute, but n scientific cure, that

lent of the Royal academy in England. I am a candidate again and for the positionof submit decision for County of the Clerk Democratic, subject primary.to the cures without the aid of will power and First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel.
moment worked with spade and County Judge, again
|t one with no Inconvenience. It leaves the
the of all
Earnestly soliciting
lick Jelds aa and a gold mines.digger in the Ballarat I myself am again to the nominated Democratic and pilmarles.elected, I will\If my friends, I um, yours very support truly, system as pure and free from nicotine ns A carriage, for the convenience of guests, meet all trains

endeavor to serve the whole people ns I SAM'L J. FIELD. the day you took your first chow or

Mayor Houghton of North Adams, have tried to do in the past, and I shall I smoke. ..Jo. :J3.L1.. .' ..
hJSS sweated to the city tt Pub" ever be grateful for the support you

io library building worth" 1125,000 aa have given me in the by. one years, For Representative.To of Hotel du XII, SarmJ. .

I memorial to his brother, the late A. whether the party shall deem me worthy the Democratic Voters of Brevard : Cured by Uaco-Curo and Gallied _.._ _. _. ..
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D. Houghton of Boston. The propertyiven of renewed favor or not. I feel that I Thirty I'ouiuts. -
Blackinton mansion. have not been able, though I have done respectfully present myself to your
is the
; my best to fully deserve tho trust you I favorable consideration as your Rep- From hundreds of testimonials, the A. IIAPI'EIISETTE.. .
Thomas W. Hall, who has just died have generously placed In me hitherto, esontatlvo In the Assembly. Though a originals of which are on file and opento
-a West Chester, Pa., at the age of 101 and I offer myself again for office with a I voter of fifteen years' standing In the the Is '
Inspection following presentedClayton
: IIRIVER:: ::: : :::
: :: : :: : : HOTEL
life and
ears, was never ill a day in his hope duly mixed with humility. county, I have not before asked "your Nevada Co. Ark. Jan. 28 '0.1. .
,
,
lied from a general breakdown on 00ount MINOR 1 S.: JONES. voices and your suffrages.: I am aware
that I have war-horses Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., LaCrosse
oldd some political
A brother 99
of old age. years Tltusvllle\ Fla., May 2.1; '00.
L a sister 97 years! old survive him opposed to mo, but, undismayed, I herewith Wis.-Gentlemen : For forty TITUSVILLE,
hardest at- enter the political ar\na. calling years I used tobacco In all Its forms. For
Bismarck Bays the thing For Tax Assessor. upon all who are content to allow little
_nding his retirement from office was tow blood to be introduced Into the twenty-five years of that time I was a '. Indian Rivor.Fin. .

the compulsory idleness. "It was a cuirlons I hereby announce myself a candidate body politic, to give me their generous groat sufferer from general debility and ". .
for Tax Assessor of Brevard
feeling," he said, "to wake up ofla Florida, subject: to the decision County of the, support, now and at the primaries. heart disease. For fifteen years I tiled '-.- :

morning and find that the only thing Democratic primary election. I will O. F. ENSEY. to quit, but couldn't. I took various .. J. A. HAPPERSETTE
ll had now to do was to wind up my thank my friends for their support. remedies, among others "No-To-Bac,1
I MANAGER.
watch. JOHN IIENRY. "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Don

Mr. and Mra John Moulder of Rns- PERSONAL GOSSIP.E. ble Chloride of Gold," etc., etc., but -
celebrated their Open All The Year.
Ind.
siaville, recently ,
For Treasurer. nono of them did me the least bit of + t
I sixty-ninth wedding anniversary. Mr. L. Oodkln ban resigned his place
Moulder is 91 years old and his wife 90. By the advice of some of my numer- as civil service! commissioner iu New good. Finally, however, I purchased n .-
I Both used tobacco freely until past 70 friends, I announce myself as a York. box of your "Baco-Curo," and it has Only 1If'W minutes'

years old, when they decided to reform, candidate for County Treasurer, to be Edward Green and his wife of Shutes- entirely cured me of tho habit In all its '.. walk from Railway stntloiiH -
voted for at the next election
county forms and 1 have Increased thh'typounds
loud and
have not smoked since then. Steamboat land I-
they and will thank my friends for their sup- bury, Mass., celebrated the sixty-fifth In weight and am relieved from l i ? !!
I The emperor of China has two names, port. Respectfully, anniversary of their marriage. all the numerous aches and pains of ings.On

la private or personal name, "TaaiI CIIR. F. FISCIIER. Ex-Governor George W. Peck of Wisconsin body and mind. I could write a. quire _.. ,wfnr-inmod the Indian banks River.VNa1r of .the
I Tien," which, however, according to (peck's Bad Boy) will appearon of paper upon my changed feelings and -

I the demands of Chinese etiquette, is the rostrum next season as a professional condition. NIOw :MtNAG: 7M:s7NT.
I never spoken. It may be written, but in I For Tax Collector. lecturer. Yours respectfully, P. II. MARiiunr,

I reading the reader must use a synonym I announce myself as a. candi- of Grand Rapids Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark. __p_ __ __.___ _______ ____m_ ____ __ __ __ __ .__ __
Thereby Judge Burlingame
I in it. The emperor's public re-election to the office of
pronouncing declined to be introduced to Sold by all druggists at $1.00 por box;
I name is Kwang-su, which means"illus- Tax Collector, subject to the decision of recently three boxes ( treatment), SURF CRESTI..C.f
trial be-
the father of a young man on thlrtr.daYI'
I moue succession." the Democratic primary election. 2.60, with guarantee,
murder.
Respectfully :yours. fore him for or sent direct upon receipt of price. j 1
OUR CANINE FRIENDS.The E.'W. HALL. The late Rabbi Aaron Wise of New Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka
York illustrated the law of heredity.He Chemical" Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Win., SEA BREEZE, FLORIDA.This 1
famous Cuban bloodhounds are Wise in direct descent and Boston, Mass.
the
was aitJIf comfortable airy house on the Beach
opposite Daytona, Is open all the
| descendants of the mastiff. For Attorney.I to hold the rabbinical office. year 'round. The many attractions that are offered by 13 miles of a hard, smooth

The pariah curs of India are the di hereby announce myself as a candi- Bishop Gaines of the African Methodist Beach. Moderate Raton. Good table. Artesian water. Central location-being
[ rect descendants of wild dogs. date for the office of County Attorney Episcopal church has announcedthat only n few minutes walk from bridge and poatofllce. Excellent fishing In river

The fossil remains of four different subject to the action of the hereafter he will give no appoint- High ClassGarpetings and ocean.. Surf Bathing the yoar'rounl.

I types of dogs have been found. Democratic primaries.R. ments to preachers who drink whisky. SYDNEY HAltiH,

Only domesticated dogs bark. In the FREEMAN HALL. The faculty of Princeton college has Sea Breeze p, o., Fla.

! wild state they howl or whiny elected Sir Henry Irving an honorary

There are 20,000 hounds in Great For County Clerk. member of the American Whig society. ------.-.--- .--- -,-.,-.-..-.----------.---- --.----'-

Britain used for hunting purposes. again offer myself as n candidate for That ia a distinction seldom conferred. ,

Representations of the spaniel have I re-election; tho odlco of County; Ex-Speaker Crisp, whose health is M STANTON HOUSE.

been found on the Roman monumentsof Clerk, subject to the decision of the said to be seriously impaired, will spend H. E. CLARK .
Tuscany and elsewhere. Democratic primary election. the summer at Newport. He hall engaged .. -
A. A. STEWART.For quarters there for himself and his -
Puppies open their eyes on the tenthor D. J, JONES, Proprietor.
twelth day and shed their first or family.Of f1

milk teeth in four months.In County Clerk. Nathaniel Hawthorne his daughter 38 West Bay St., -

Rose Hawthorne Lathrop, says Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms to
1889, by an act of parliament, the announce myself a candidate for
use of dogs in London to draw carte as I county clerk of Brevard-. county, "Those who thought him too silent Jacksonville, Florida,
beasts of burden was abolished. subject to the action of the Democratic were the bores whom he desired not to Families.

All members of the dog family seem primaries, and respectfully solicit the attract. Announces the opening of his Spring -
support of all voters. Governor Coffin of Connecticut is good
to have a natural antipathy to cats and J.. E. FULTZ. to that have Stock of select and exclusive patterns of Two Minutes Walk from Central
enough reporters generally
say
to all members of the cat tribe.
Bluff June 18 'DO.
Spruce been of service to him in report Depot.OHAT".rANOOGA,
fine anti
grade Carpotlngs Mattings.
is 10
The of the
dog
average age
ing his speeches much better than he ;
:years, but in Isolated cases these animals For County Treasurer.To had delivered them. Rugs and Shades In all sizes and colors. TENN.l
have been known to live 20.
the Voters at the Democratic Pri- Senator Quay preeenrea every letter .
Send for Samples and Prices and ----- -- '
you -- ---- -- --
The brain in
has less -
bulldog proportion mantes
: that he receives, aa well. copies of all
to his weight than any other variety hereby offer myself: as a candidate of those that he writ**. his large col- will be pleased. ....Open all the Year Round.... Jacksonville's Hew Fire-Proof Hotel.
of dog, a fact which renders his I for re-election to the office of Treasurer lection papers is kept in careful order

training almost impossible.The of Brevard County. I refer to my under. system of classification of his
Alpine, or St. Bernard, is be- record during the past; and, if elected, Invention. Hotel Geneva
lieved by some naturalists to be a variety will give to the duties of tho office the own AWNINGSFor .Seaside Inn. ,
same diligent attention and watchfulcare Queen Ranovalona of Madagascar
of spaniel, while others consider .
as In the past. signed the treaty conveying the island I
its descendant of the Newfoundland. Cor. Fornyth unit Cedar Ht..,
Your obedient servant, to France with a steel pen made in Bir your Store or Residence. .
Mnlhall says that the largest known ARTHUR T. FEASTER. mingham. General Ducheane, who com- On tho Ocean Beach at Jacksonville, Fla..

dog was a 8t Bernard called Plinlimmon manded the French expedition, now line Modern Improvements, Bathe etc., on J
exhibited at Birmingham in 1886 the pen and holder. SEABREEZE FLORIDA Every yioor. Gas and Electric
The height of this animal was 86 inch- For Sheriff. WHEN YOU f Lights, Passenger Elevator. Artistically -
Prince Charles and Princes Maud
ell and his weight 214 pounds. hereby announce myself a candidate about. four months of FEEL SHAKYWHY { and Elegantly Fur f
I are to spend every Many attractions. and Improvements nUhed. .'. V
for the office of Sheriff of Brevard
The fur of the arctic dog when properly in England after their marriage, i
prepared ia quite equal to that of County,. Florida,elections subject to and the actionof year the rest of the time being spent in Den NOT TRY have been added to thin, the most pop Rates per Day from $2,00 to $3.00.

most other arctic animals. The skin of fully the ask primary the support of my, fellow respect-citi- mark. Appleton house, a place on the ular hotel of the East Coast. W_kly' lint*.on jt 1"II."Uon.

the dog is not supplied with pores, and. zens. Sandringhatn estate, Is to be lent to INTERSMITHSHILLjOMIC The beautiful, wide\ smooth beach Is Sp.wl.l. halo.for the Summer.ED. ..
therefore, to "sweat a dog" is an impassibility.St. JOS. P. BROWN. them by the Prince of Wales. L. OWENS, Prop.
Louis GlobeDemocrat.GEMS unsurpassed for driving and bicycling.
City Point, Fla., May 12, 'Ofl. General Joe Shelby United States (
marshal for the western district of Missouri The surf bathing and fishing In both

OF THOUGHT.A For Tax AH8CH80r.I ia busily engaged bOW In accumulating ocean and Halifax River are excellent. FOR! a BATHIN6' THE TEAR ROUND
THE MEDIOIN
material for book on hia
rotten cause abides no handling. a. personal
RATES 2.00 PER DAY.
Shakespeare.A hereby announce myself aa a candidate experiences and campaigns. lIe Of KNOWN MERIT. :

noble for re-election to the office of was one of the most picturesque and .O&.O EVERVWHEREATHUA Special Rate by tho Week. L rl
cause doth ease much a grin-
Tax Assessor of Drevard county subject yavr.
commanders of the Confederate .
dashing PatrR a 00. LOUIIYl1.Li.. one case.-Sir P. Sidney. to the action of the primary electlonl. armies.- OINIRISOINTN.I H. F. STEWART, Proprietor. yvwr rvwf5S ,
God hath;yoked to guilt her pale tormentor Soliciting the support of all, I remainyour new jmnrtAy rla2OMIIEWRGLMiCIIAPLAT

m lerJ"-Bryant obedient servant UNOUtp.clsl
J. F. WOOTEN.
Before man made us citizens great nature -
HOTEL MELBOURNE
Ho UM For a BMk amber.
made na men.-Lowell.A 11AI '( ..tur... mt Coronado i Mode-
"
For Sheriff.I he said gently freeing ,
brave man ia clear in his diaconm hlm.elfpapa s rate rates. solid comfort, no ostentation
and keeps close to truth.-Aristotle. hereby announce myself aa a candidate "Ask ;" the I good fishing, good cooking.
leap girl ejaculated.
papa year MELBOURNE Indian FLORIDA
River
of TKNCILKIEALS
for the office of Sheriff Bre- .
The of well la AMI] Ml i i 'Hi f i ,
measure choosing yard County subject to the Democratic! "Never 1 I'll ask your mother.

whether a. man likes what he, haachosen. primaries and ask the support of my Town TopJca. e/1A S Open all the year round. Good Fish PARK COTTAGE F
Lamb.
friend. ,
many HENRY T. TITUS. Haed ..... ing, Hunting and Yachting. Rates, I .
Though in ills and exer
deed plunged noble "Jnat my lock!I" cried the drummer. T L s BIGGESTPLANiIN 2.60 and upwards., .
in let the
mind despair.care,-yet Phillip never*. There were 14 Boston girl in the car. THE SOUTH Proprietress MR*. C. J. Ilrcron. West,:Palm Beach; Florida.
For Sheriff. "Caught in *. bllaaard egainl" he

No earnest thinker will.borrow from the earneat solicitation of continued, donning his ear taba.-Truth. .
others that which he has not already TllROUGII ;
friends and fellow-oltl
I more or lea. thought oat for himself. zen.. I take pleasure In announcing myself ..>.!.... M4 ..1....._. ROYAL-TANSY ..ILLSf Boarding I by_ the. Day or Week.
Chariot Kingsley.Tro a* candidate for the office of Sheriffof Ever '
ainoe the battle of Waterloo
politeneM ia perfect ease and BreTmrd county at the ensuing Demo UM Wanted-An Idea = NeW..-Y..Y. ..YE1I....... 1.60 to 2.00 pet day dating iummer.J .
English hare been very toad of baring law / .......... ......,._,_...F
freedom. consists in treating cratlo primary elections, promising 10 ..=_. .,... t
It simply .few around. Just &;-1=:6.m .1':: ---. .I. '
other. lore to be treated the .v.ent of my election a full, fair and a Napoleon at pres.eat .. c.-': =:=:J- '
ju*aa you yourelf. they have two-Cecil Rhodes,the !:Jr'" ;:. N.u.s i Jb VIEW OP THE TjAlCE ...- >
Cherterfleld.Despair Impartial administration of the duties of }--"' .... f
aid office. respectfully ask the aup Vapoteon of Sooth Africa and Lord ..",. ... w.'t '

'-Jmai and fa the offspring of fear. ..d.f of.. personal and encouragement, not only Demo. Cramer the Napoleon of Egypt; I wonder -.....1NG'iuls......_,..".'..:-MJ :...OPEI THE TEAR AROUID....
Impnt1It rgae friends bat of all
good why they do not call their greatest -Th. Walton Rapid Calking Machine CI4Ii UT.... 1--:
otc*spirit naoluttoBh and often ofkooaaty crate. DAVID 8. BRYAN. men WeUiactona*.-S rw York PI--. No. one $5; No. two, tlO;No. three,$lttTltnarllle
too.---Oolllee. Lan: Gallic Tbv, May 19, 04. fla. Sold by J. D. Sere en, only. O. HOWES.. Proprietor.
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jl "a ',: I :fancy 'lIwal'Ile| Slips and Suck FISHING FOie CANDIDATES.;: Highest_ of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't ReportBaking

1 er,. for Sule.Abbuk.iM THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM l

i JENSEN, Aug. 13, 18HO.
Kiiyptlan: Queen, Golden
fjuoen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and /!' ilor Advocate :
DVal
I ,. Jfod Spanish. Apply] i to Dear 51r-A8 Mr. Somebody and his : Paid Up ,Capital $25,000.00.
MADDOf'K & SlATTHAMt,
.: "Palm Bench Pineiy," friends ((1 have forgotten the name) have Powder LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.
entered the field the ,
,, : II i' West Palm Ueach, Fla. political on flshlng
'1 it I Y question, we will look a little farther into .i.J 3

i t,, .; Fancy l'IIIC.'III'lllo I'lunts. seasons that I mutter.am sure During there the has past been two one APsOUJTEI.Y PORE We have for sale a large list of carefully

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hundred thousand dollars worth of fish I -- selected Indian River Properties.
'i 'hbt} \ltakkIL' t+111'14, 5 to 7ln., *:IO per 1,000./( shipped from Indian River, and about Jacksonville, Fla., vice W. D. Allen, reporting I ular Baxter street scene all day In frontof
; f 8 to 12-ln.; and tHOM to Tucker's saloon. Two arrests were Agents for Sale of Lands oj'the Florida Coast
w h1\ .,' fit I' : up ninety per cent of the money has been Mr. S. K. Hard wick, A. U P. Lint
I I"" 'I .' j I per l/HK) ) gobbled up by interlopers, who come A. made during the day Canal and Transportation Co.
.1\ Suckers in proportion. from other localities and states, and Mr. J. 1'. Billups is appointed traveling entertainment
There Is to be a grand
'f': t t f ..Smooth Cayenne, ffi2O per hundred. camp hero during the season, taking the ) passenger agent of thin company, at the Edgar house, to-morrow night. CANAL: x4. ::N"nS.::
; : : J. & (K. 11 I. 'l'YLICIt, with
office Ala. L. A.
''J proceeds oft to Invest in other localities. Birmingham, vice "Tableaux and charades, Ice cream and
\ I v I W. Fort Pierfie I'inery.Hutkern. The result is, the river Is almost drain- Shipman, reporting to Mr. C. A. Bens- lemonade, swing partners and all Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Comp
1. P' I II ed of fish, and no good results apparent.' coter, A. (i. P. A. promenade." your Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co LnJ
", It has always occurred to me that a locality Approved : and other Low Priced Lands. '
'I.I. l'lalcolIle and the people were entitled to J. M. CULP, W. A. TUUK. L. S. Spencer went to St. Augustine
I the benefits of their own resources. Traffic Mgr. Oen'l. P.ss. Agent. yesterday, on the passenger train, as Write for Pescrlptlve Price List of Carefully Selected, Properties.
I i I I will Hell you more strictly! No. 1 From a local standpoint, It is one of the trainman In M. Brlnson's place, owing to Titusville. Florida.
ff j.t :, 'Smooth Cayenne pineapple /Suckers: for most Important questions for our representative the sudden illness of his sister-in-law,
,p,'" I I I pijk i the money than any man In Florida. In the legislature to look to. Fort Pierce.Mrs. Miss Burnett. -
I. '. Try me. All home-grown.; One great trouble about getting the interest -
t )[,( r 4 GKo, ]I1|. Witiairr, of the people represented In the
I ,i 1),,1'( ) ? ; Orlando, Fla. legislature is when a man gets there he W. F. Harbin Is on the sick \list. Ice Creuni. Fred S. Chaffee & Co

.1 II,;f" .' 1' is so much afraid he will do somethingthat The schooner Manatee arrived In Fort
i I + will Injure his chances (with some Pierce yesterday, from Titusville.The \ I am prepared to supply you with fine .: '
!; j j ::4 ; Fancy Pineapple 1'antH.] cllck) to cot there again, that he will do ice cream every Sunday.
1.. nothing. The position i once obtained, is infant daughter: of Mr. and Mrs. )[1111. DEISNEJI, Titusvillo. : FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITUSVILLE
Dittmar died FLA
run simply in his own Interest to get Monday night: at eleven ,
,
Abbaka and slips and
Egyptian/ qiit-un there again. I hope the coming leglslatore o'clock, after"much suffering. Registered Pharmacist.
:
ttuckers and Porto Kioo slips. Prices onapplication Pineapple Plantation For Sale
will pass a law debarring a man Miss Gonevieve Burnett is quite sick, A Complete Assortment of
to'Y'. GoitnoN BKOWN, from two successive terms. Then man at the home of Mrs. M. Brlnson. We Cheap.

i Hobo Sound, Fla. would, for not fear shirk some his fisherman duty to his would constituents boy-- hope to soon see her out again./ Located on Indian River, Florida,. -* $ PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundries

e' tj' : cot him hereafter. I do not Intend this )lr. and :Mrs. Hodge of Chicago, arrived For description and terms, address, ,,
,k i For Hale, allusion an having any pel'lIonall'efercnce in town last week. Mr. Hodge Is Box 14, Melbourne Beach, Fla.
+ filled with the Utmost Care and
Ih to our former member, who Is again before going to teach/ the Fort Pierce school. -8 Prescriptions Promptitude. 80-
.
+ 1 Common nnd fancy pineapple plants. the people, as I am taking no partin Messrs. Brlnson & Michael have just WUEmc to stop. See list of hotels on rr We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.
j i select from. Lemon and politics beyond my own vote. I con received a large stock of dry goods. We 7th
1 t d I ft other Jo'ortyLCI'eK citrus to tree. slier the candidates for all the offices wish them success in their now enter- our page. We want trade. Give us a trial
+ your
t.j j. l 1 JAMKS HOLMKH us far as my knowledge goes-capable piles ,
and and
derservlng men hope they may
I Jensen, Fla. all be elected, particularly as they all Died-At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfumer,
I Claude Olmstead, their little nine-months Brushes Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc. '
? p -- seem to think that they will. I only Toilet articles, .
( speak on general principles. old baby. She was Interred In the Fort Q Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps
j 7 Fimcy. Pinctipple] PlnntH.Hardy We should bo a little particular about Pierce cemetary yesterday.The -----
t.
I -
) '' without shel political platforms. They are very slip primary election passed off very .
vlgol'ou8I'uwn/
't" ter. Prices on application' to pery. Mr. Uleaveland slipped ott the quietly Saturday, all demonstrations of PiT Bul HEu loiJB.JACKSONVILLE EI: :ae:: :c
x K. (J. II. TYNUAM, platform we put him on, and wont oft pugilistic character being reserved until FLA .... .,
) fishing with Rothchilds and Co., and a Monday morning, when there was a
Waveland Fin.h reg-
r' .27n>arOmo few millionaires, and left the democrats Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
.
without a leader. When he gets back ,

h k ABBAKA from knifelng fishing the democratic you will probably party, find and] him I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
Slips..... sup BRICK BRICK BRICK !
porting Mr. )McKinley the dark. ttiplo Ac Pitney O-roooriesii, Fruit
ooth Suckers Red Let us put men to the front with good
Cayenne Spanish
t Slips greenback soles to their shoes, and silver And Food ProductsOf
y from healthy, vigorous home- and gold tacks In their heels, so as to All Kinds. Also My Stock of

n i;} quantity.grown Write THOMAS plants for,prices for& ELDRED,salein etc. any about have We no the hear more Monroe a slipping.good doctrine deal ,of the discussion Jefferso- East Coast Brick Co. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,

Ankona, Fla. ulan democracy and-aceol'dlng to the Ground Food and Wheat.I .
varied constructions upon their stand- am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above lintel
r'1 1 J points-none of them mean anything; Jacksonville, Florida.Are Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit]
ABBAKA. and, besides, it is wholly Immaterialwhat your patronage. Very truly
... they meant, as we are not looking MANUFACTURING GOOD, HARD BRICK, AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor :EJ. L. :BRgDY.EDWARD : .
to the necessities of yesterday or ages
'Slips and Suckers For Sale past, but simply to the needs of today.We reaching points on the East Coast. Will give very lowest prices.

are In a panlo for need of money; J. S. SMITH, Jr., Oen'l Manager, : : : 0.II..I1VG.....
.Red Spanish In any quantity. Prices we call for more money, and they tell us Jacksonville, Fla.
d P'' we already have_ _too much. Mr. Carllle ,
P'f '<<>n application. SAEQER 1MOS.,
f says to take half of our money from us, OC oC a. Florida: : ,
4i Ankona, Fla. would make It more plentiful, but to Increase -
F,, t 1 t the volume of our money would The NewSelden DEALER INWood ........
produce a panic. That kind of logic Is
: In accord with his 'financial record, and and Metallic
;SLIPS and SUCKERS.
as good OH any that has ever been offered
MIC, from single!) gold standard standpoint.Talk Cypress Door Company
about the single gold standard giving Coffins and Caskets
:
Funcr...... our government credit I It would ,
hopelessly bankrupt It. It would be

forced Into bond Issues whenever a few :PALATKA, :p-J.A.: : ,
I .Home-GTOwn Varieties......
millionaires had a surplus to Invest, un- Will, about October lat 1800, turn the steam on to Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets This department l Is un
til her bonds would be worthless, withno

t-l FOR SALE.ABBAKA. not recourse tenable.to It prevent l is remarkably it. The strange Idea Is One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind :attention.der most the Improved management methods of an of experienced embalming. Funeral All orders EDWARD Director by mail and STILING or Embalmer wire receive, using prompt the


? 1 i : out that the our banking country and institutions individuals through who and General Wood Working Plants in the United States Cocoa, Indian, River, Fla.

; PORTO RICO. happen to have a surplus dollar, should
j44: GOLDEN enlist under the gold standard banner. And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight;
I'i QUEEN. earn will be as literally swept from the years lu Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best THE DECANTER.
+f SMOOTH CAYENNE. i as the real estate owner. A broad possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
and : assertion, but let us see about the facts.' Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.
Take all the public enterprises of the
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a, ft t ii RED SPANISH. country, the transportation, coal oil, --- Losley c C Benaker
sugar, tobacco, and in fact everything ,
1AKE WORTH FRUIT CO. that Is worth handling\ everything Phenix. The St. Augustine Cycle Go. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines
passed Into the hands of millionaires, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies,
'' it and the producers and consumers on Union Bottled Beers, Ales and stout
Lake Worth, Fla. starvation the question Is asked, how
; Has the best line of wheels J
'C 1JfJr" Correspondence Solicited. does It effect banks. They can producea = Diamond A First-class Line of Cigars. *.* Billiard and Pool Tables. ,,
4 panic whenever they choose, and g and sundries in the state. All Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail .
crush them out of existence; just what 3 Excels orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER, Titusville,lila.
they want, and will do as soon as they Kinds of
HOME GROWN bicycle repair work
....,
I 1 can got us well muzzled. The question Exp-
presents which would be most to and other Ladies Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International
Itlclfl Interest neatly done. Atlanta,Oa.,18US.
the to have money
.Pineapple Slips more available, so that the products of and Gents in Stock. F. W. BEERS, Prop.
real estate would be sufficiently remunerative THE G. H. HAMMOND COMPANY
to keep him up and meet their obligations
and Suckers.
or hold money stringent and OEORO MARX. JOHN MARS ,
depress the sale of products and real estate

.'OZ the following Varieties and,the so they moneylender(are worthless have as an collateral elephantto 1/IA.R: :::8:&.<>&., PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.

'4 fall on his hands in the shape of Wholesale Dealers InGroceris .
: FOR SALE : worthless real estate, as Is the case all
Hammond Intl. .
South Ills
I over England to-day, with her aristocratic : : Fruit: and: Produce.: Omaha, Neb., Chicago,
standard. The standard Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W..Dunk, Jacksonville, Fla.
.Abbaka Porto Rico Egyptian Queen gold gold Manager,
131 Mid 1S3 East Bar Street and 113 and !>a Newnan Street.
in the end will be more disastrous to the
i Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth average banker of the south and west J ioljC.isorxt7-lllo: : : i Flo:rl.d.a.: Low
Special Prices Canned
than any other class we have. They are on Meats."VV'rj
.
Cayenne, Pernambuco, and and simply the preaching millionaires their will attend own funerals to their, ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

Red Spanish. burial. ,1e:; ULS :UTor ::prioe

,, Apply to O. C. MATTIIAMS::J, MONT. HAKDKK. TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you bave In the way of Fruit and Vege- -
+ tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow -
t t Florida Pineapple Company Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.

r t WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. Fur Charter.The MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE FLA. LANDS for Lemons, Grape Fruit & Pineapples

fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be
::4{ chartered by the day, week, or month; IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES. FLORIDA. .
P PI The anywhere between Ormond and Miami. HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ?
? Good accommodations for ladles. For In order to induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits in the Counties named, the <

_ Avera grocery (Jo. further particulars CAPT., write Gico.to Cook, FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. will, for the next 9 months, make a R Redaction

I Titusville, Fla. If not, don't you think you ought to have one ? I have got the Five Minute of
sa' White Twenty-fife Per Cent en Price of Its Lands In Above Counties,
Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, at the following prices, vlx :
OR UNTIL DECEMBER 15th, 18W.(
DEALERS IN Southern Hallway Company. 1 quart .* 1.30 each. r:7For> terms and Prices apply to
i 3 quart at. 1.00 each. D. C. SUTTON Fla.
or W. R. MOSES, West Palm Beach,
and PASSB3GKR: DEPA- T\fRNT.: 3 quart .,. 1.80 each. w: VALENTINE, Fort Lauderdale Fla.
', :Fancy Staple 4 quart at... 2.20 each. :F. S. MORSE, Miami, Fla. or to ,
jASiUJfOTOx, D. C., Aug. 1, 'DO.
These good until the stock Is exhausted. Keep on
t prices are only your eye JAS. E. INGRAHAM
Groceries Effective this date, the following trans.fern this Bargain Column. Land Comml8slonert
and appointments are announced : ST. AUGUSTINE FLA-

'i Confections. trlct Mr.passenger Wm. Henry agent Tayloe, Atlanta, formerly, Ga.dU, Is THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART THE r ---

transferred and appointed district passenger ,

q ']Jce Cold Summer agent for this company with office Made for Soil 3-inch Tread. ,' GEO. WIEDEMAN BREWING COMPANY
S3 Main street, Norfolk, Va., reporting Sandy Having *" # # # ,

p ....Drinks. to Mr.the W.general D. Allen passenger. formerly agent.! Florida passenger FOR SALE BY Brewers of Fine Beers Standard Lager Extra Pale a 'uencheD

'I:: 1- CIGARS, TOBACCO, FRUITS agent, Jacksonville, Fla., Is transferred ,

.j and appointed district passenger EDWARD STILING ......_.. THOS. A. BETHEL
VEGETABLES, and COUNTRY PRO agent of this company, with office Atlanta .... Manager. Bridge St.

I DUCE. Ga., vice W. II. Tayloe, reporting also a good Jao3slolo1ZVille. pJ.C ride':
to Mr. S. II. Hardwick 'A. O. P. A. The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer :;;'khafe
Titusville, Florida. Ouden Bu 10 dozen pinto, Amber.
0.00.
Mr. L. A. Shipman formerly traveling .... ..'
L passenger agent" Birmingham Ala., I II rows, suitable for Truck Gardener and Orange Growers, 3-ln. tread; A size larger 10 dozen pinta, White.. .. ...I. ". 0.150.Ubbla. .
... DEED blanks lOc. each 93.00 100 at 'transferred and Florida suitable for Pineapple Plantations, din tread. beer. n. '
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