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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: August 28, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00041
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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13. No. 3. TITUSVILLE, FLA. FRIDAY, A.UG. GS, 1896. Price, 5c.

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LOCAL NEWS, A OOOD articlo In a percale laundered Heart This Column Carefully. ; TICK CENTS: will buy you a good half- HIV an all-wool suit at the Eaglo ClothIng 1.\ now mind Urge stock of gents' clothing I!

negligee shirts for 73 cents, at the hose, In a black or tan color, wairanted Store, Titusvllle, for *,I.M, hats and shoos has Just been received I

id Topics of General Interest. Engle Clothing! store. These garmentsare vAs::: nn advertising modlum, no fast, full shape, ono piece at tho Eaglo Clothing Stoic It will I',

I'' fall regular made, with double paper on the East Coast: can boat the seamless. '1'l'yI pair from the Eagle!: Engineer Goo. H. Parry U now stop- pay Y'Ito call and examine this elegant i

yoke, link cuffs and high-cut or low. ADVOCATK. Give us a trial advt., Clothing Store, Titusvllle.Mr. ping at Savannah, (la.Mr. display of !goods If in need of 1'1
In (
llety and General Gomilp connectionllth cut collars, attached or detached.A and be convinced of the pink paper's anything In this line i
alacaynelray. Lake Worth Indian, worth. Eugono Randall, who spent last "
J. K. Ronaker
day or so
luiinna and Halifax River. Key Went spoilt winter at I Sarno:: Is still In Boston.Is .
store in
one of the most advantageous at Miami tho first of tho wl'l'k.rol'8on .
lid all other Important Point along the Strong boy wanted nt tho ADVOOATKfllco
positions In Titusvlllo is now for I It not almost tlmo for adore
Cunt Coast of ITlorlila.' Hrl..I..t..... of rent. Apply to Robbins J3T If you need any job printing we Pnddlaon left hero, yoster- our to loam thc printing business.Mr. .,
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M re.tlng Kventi from Various Part Chas. II. Walton Titusvllle Graham or shall bo pleased to get a share of it. day, for Faustina, on a visit l to friends. men to see to tho cleaning up of our
Fla. streets I' -
m
r the World! About People Yon Know W. Russell of Clnclnnatim'anus J
' Jill people You I>on' Know Picked -We are sony to learn: that: the Rov. -R'o lied quite heavy thunder and !< spent from ::Iatlll.IIIYlnU1 '.Ifln.I !
LOCAL AnvTH. Ten Cents Per Lino Per
H. N. Andrews of Cocoa is tho sick
[ by Our Society Kdltor ami a lI'rlelllall -Mr. .. J. Burns, of Canaveral, was Week on this (front) on rain storm last: night, which cooled the day with lilt wife at Oimond There
1st.
page.IKADQUAKTKKS
Tf Correspondents .scattered along the In town this week. itmosphore very perceptibly. has been sonic delay over tho mils for

L Mr. ( M:. Male of Jensen the rliK-innatus mud Sebastian Rallroml,
Florida.TO spent I
".t Coast of Editor E. D. Oslln of the moo. ,
MelbourneTimes Mosul's. W. G. Gilmoro and
Guoigo
[ for but Mr. Russell It. will bo
Singer sewing! ir.rtchineM. a couple of days In Jacksonville this says soon on iJ
in .
was town Wednesday.: W. R. Knox, agent, Titusvllle.Wo week. r.e'lott, prominent pineapple! growers of time ground.. i
-Dr. and Mrs. Do Witt Webb, of St. lonHon, left for England: on Wednesday! ,
Augustine have boon i -Mr. Chas. Thomas was among thoso on n visit to their parents. Th A IIvn.
entertaining Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Ncsbitt, of Eau Gallie. I\ONEY.\ : want money to loan on first who spent n couple of days In !St.: Aug. OATK will follow! them to tho Old Country Key West i iIt
real estate mortgages. Ten per cent istlae this week. 1
-Mr. and Mrs. Kobt. Motlow( Mis.\ J. free of all expenses to lender. I). L. I has boon tho coolest' and most le- "
-Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten returned : -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins loft hero for
F. Itenakar and Mr. James 1'omiir have Gauldon, Titusvilla.
have-
ghtfnl known for
summer wo t'1
boon to Cocoa yesterday after a visit to Tallahassee lacksonvllle and St. Augustine on TUOH-
on a visit to St. Augustine this tho
many years. If people In t hit North, i
week. ana Waukenah.Mr. lay, and will return homo to-day. He
HIKE'S Root where they are dying dtlly: from minIroko ,1
Beer-the great summer exported to !go on to Chicago and Mountain ,
-Mr. L. C. Moore, of Roscland came drink-at F. :S. Chnffee Go's. Alfred Cox, ono of Edon'tt well Lake Park, Md., but pressure of by tho hundreds, could. only roal- :;

up to town Monday, for tho purpose of known pineapple growers, was In town haw business compelled. him to forego 1:1:0:: tho the truth of our statement, flit ..

seeming the services of Attorney Geo. I Wednesday.Mr. the trip noith.A. would bu a grout summer as well ns n I
\ SINHEK machine attachments
M. Robbing in a case of assault and bat suppliedby John C. Jones has been spoiul- winter l'Ollul't.-Koy West Advertiser. yEast '
W. R. Knox .
Titusvllle.
o tery. agent B. faun & Co., commission mum
Ing several days In Jacksonville this
chants, ]()(Main street Jacksonville, arc

-Mr. A. T. Feaster has sold out his PAINTOFF, for removing all kinds of week. soliciting! all kinds of produce from nny Coast Caiinl.

Interest In the meat market at Fort paint from all kinds of surfaces with -Miss Susie Brown, of City Point, ono part of Floildn. If our renders have i
Pierce to Feaster & Raulerson, vihlch of Brevard's popular school teachers, Is anything In tho fruit or vegetable lino to
out burning. !See: ad. on ;2nd page. Owing to tho death of Dr. Bell, of '
was formerly known by the firm name of Send for circulars toSOUTHEASTKRN In town. dlspoHu of, write the above Him, whosu Loon, says tho CHI/en, the work of outIng I}

Feaster Sc Feaster !: PAINTOFP Co., -In tho bicycle races last :Saturday ad. will bo found on 8th pago. tho Florida East Coast canal buwuen -

-Mrs. E. S. Wiley, after after attend- St. Augustine, Fin., and Boston. Arthur Hl'owu'on both tho ono and{ -Quito a number of our towimpmiplu! Lake Woith and Jupiter, a dint- '

ing the wedding of her niece, left for three mile raC"M.Weat1lor took; ndvantugo of thIS excursion to Jacksonville mince of 700 foot, will be delayed for a :
Atlanta where she Informed the ADVO- few days. The Doctor h.
rI -Wanted at the ADVOCATE office on Wednesday. There were also passed away -
I CATR she would spend the remainder of boy ,to learn tho business. a still a little warm, but quite a number of down-ilvor residents oro ho signed/ the right-of-way: to time '
strong printing '
the summer. pleasant. No sunstrokes or prostintlons on board tho cars. A cursory glanco! ompnny. His son, being nwaro of his ILitthor's ,

-Senator )I. S. Quay after to> report on Indian River. through tho cars showed nit that .1\1\ r. desire to grant the privilege, 11
spending a '
few weeks at St. Luclo enjoying the tarpon :. "'::Mrs. Arthur T. Feaster and family and Mrs. P. M. Aston nnd Mrs. H. W. will, with Mr. Andrews, tho deceased's f'L
TICK Indian River hotel barber shop fins Bessie Mr. and Mrs. E. ('. B. taitnor, at once the
fishing, left for home on Saturday last have returned to Valdosta, ( \., front / Tyndall, prepare necessaryapoi'H.
looking much better In health than when the best workman in tho county. We their trip to Nashville, 'folln.'I of Wavoland ; Mrs. It. D. Hoko and (ion. 'J,i
he arrived on Indian River. guarantee satisfaction to all our cus i : K. Male, Jensen; Mr. and Mrs. W, It.
If receive of tomers. II. S. Meadow, prop. ''I ",:-Commodore F. D. Hughes and wife llarils, Eden; and many othoiH wero on )
ir you a sample copy -The Rev. Father Maher, of St. Aug- are back In Now York, after their trip to oanl. Moonlight Hulling on Indian .l
lio ADVOCATE it ia intimation that i
an ustine passed through Titusvllle England and other of Europe.
Friday parts
I would give us pleasure to add your Store to rent In Titusvlllo. First- IUver.TheADvocATlCchal'tored.
last on route to Miami where ho said he
ame to our fast-increasing list of sub- class position. Suitable for a furnitureor -Mrs. S. II. Ray and two children ..lU"rrlcd.IIAJU'NKIIVIJICY..
was called to attend to the last moments
rlbers. It does three store. Robbins & left for St. Augustine Wednesday to
not cost yon of a dying mAn-Robt. MolTat dry goods Apply to the line sloop '
eta per week (postage Included) when In the above section. -residing Graham. spend a few days with Mrs..Canova, her Yankee Doodle! C'apt Gee Conk last

ken by the year and it can be sent to sister h'rlclay night, for a moonlight sail on the "

Ion In any part of the United States or -Tho communication from West Palm -Mr. John E. Stillman, Jacksonville's One of the most quiet weddings wo river, anti those who were In the party r
pnnda without extra expense Beach, headed "A firm lof Sharks," is FOR $.J.OO a calf-skin shoo, equal to a republican, paused through have had lu town for sonic time past was voted It an enjoyable tilp. Among those J

fll>O per annum, in advance. rather too personal for our columns. hand-sowed article, can be had at the Titusvlllo Prominent yesterday afternoon, en route that of Mr. Chnsr A. Gardner and Miss HI board were Mr. aid Mrs 14.:. I/. liiady, ,,\

:1.00 six months, '. The ADVOCATE columns are always open Eagle Clothing Store, Titusvlllo. to: Miami. Mamie Wiley on Tuesday. The nuptialsbook Mr. and Mrs Fred S. ChnlTeo, Mr. und I: ,
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. to fair comment; but we have an objection place In the morning lit the rowlilenco Mrs. L. A. Brady, Mr. and Mrs. 1>r. K.

to spiteful and abusive communications. Messrs. Lowley & Kenaker have purchased -One of Major Tiffin's young OHtilchoH of tho brldo's aunt, :Mrs. E. S. Jrubor, Mr. and )[rs. J. O. Walton, tho ,

Mr. Ho well Titus' safe. has departed this life, leaving two alive Wiley, who loftTor Atlanta shortly after Misses Albino and Allno Kgger, and t

r JOB PRINTING at this office. -Mrs. L. A. Brady and little son, and to mourn Its loss Hatch some more, tho ceremony, leaving tho happy couple Moors' F'. C. Morgan, J. O, Jones (I. C. : i

Miss Aline Brady left here for Bostonon -Mr. Pierre Titus is homo again" after Major.Col. In possession of her residence on Main Rlwes, C. If. Walton and Claude: Walton. "

Wednesday. They expect to be away his visit to Jacksonville, Gainesville and Livingston, of the firm of Liv- street where they have settled down tolIonliekeoplnlC.
[lilt EAOXK: CLOTHING STORE, Titusville, until November. Mr. Brady accom- Ocala. Ington tfc Sheen, of West Palm Beach, { No Invitations wero sent Quny

is selling: a calf-skin shoe Goodyear panied his wife and child as far as Jacksonville returned south yesterday after a lenjrth- out, and, beyond the presence of the Tarpon. !j"
welt equal to a hand-sewed at $2.50.: -Contractor J. A. McDonald of Miami ;
returning home yesterday. enod visit to Mlllodgovlllo Oa. Immediate relatives and I novo H. M. '
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Quite a few of Mrs. Brady's friends were spent from !Saturday: until Monday In St. Goodoll, we understand tho wedding was

Applications for membership in the at the station to see them off. Augustine. -Mr. and Mrs E. C. B. Tyndull and strictly private. Senator Quay looked, refreshed frumits
ntuaville Tennis Club should be made and Mrs.: Gardner have tho best visit to /St.! Lnclo, said a Citizen re- ,
and C. 1\1
President Wm. M. Brown of the family, an.lllir. Mrs. H. Racey, r. ."
Jo Clias. II. Walton, secretary.Mr. -The Travelers' hotel, Bay street, Bank of Bay Blscayne, came up,to town 'of ,Va vela lid, paid Jacksonville n visit wishes of their friends anti the Anvo- fJOrter. and ho had n splendid time llsli-
Jacksonville is under "I had '
the though
now management for life of and a narrow escape, :
long
last this week. VATIC a happiness
Joe Rogers has been spending apay of Messrs. Finley & Morrow (see Saturday and returned to Miami on iospoilty. whllo fighting: for a tarpon n few dnys ,

or so in Jacksonville this week. ad on 7th page), who are giving the hotela Tuesday.The. -Mr. Jerome Feaster hall been quiteill | ago," ho .,,111. "The escort and myself

-Mrs. Wm. thorough renovation. The proprietors Surf Crest Seabreeze, has been at the residence of his mother, at La woe anchored out In tho current, when
Jarvis
of after
|pending few weeks, Cocoa Inform us that they will supply their having a good run of business lately.Mr. Orange, this week but we hope to coo Or.KAHOX-r.ANHI.VO.: I[ hooked very large tarpon He fought:
pith her friend a very pleasantly guests with the best the market affords, Ilalgh, the genial proprietor always lira out again ore long. like a tiger, and nearly upset! the boat. I
eturned Mrs. Butler, Narooosse, and will keep such a table that any epi- makes his guests feel at home-hence his The following was received at this office was hover so soared since the war. But
home on Saturday last. cure cannot but feel pleased with it. popularity. -The laying; of the cement sidewalk yesterday, which tells the tale of we (landed the tarpon all light, and the

-Mr. John A. Franz, of Tampa sayse around Mr. E. L. Brady's now store Another prominent young man on Indian day walt spent, In \ '
R. R.
reckons himself as good a democrats -Attorney Taylor, of Miami, Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold building was completed this weak, and Is River becoming a Benedict: Itsalze.: The tarpon weighemi250lbs.; "

there in in Florida, but he is not so who has been to Orlando owing to the divine service at Cocoa on Sunday next, quite an addition to Its appearanno.., "William II. H. Gloason Flora Holt.
Illness of his family, passed through Ti- the 30th Inst. at 10:30 and : -
foolish as to vote for free silver. : a. m. 7:10: p. Lansing, married, Tuesday evening,
tusvllle, Friday last, en route to Dade m. There will be a lecture on church -It Is probable{ that a minstrel entertainment August :unth 18Hi! ; Eau Gallie, Fla." The Florida last Const Hotel <
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-Mrs. Oeo. M. Bobbins and family county, his wife and children accompany history at the evening service. will bo given on Homo date The newly-married have the hearty

bnd Mrs. E. B. Wager and family are ing him. Mr. Taylor Is another new within tho next few weeks for time benefit unngriitulatlons of time ADVOCATK mid HvMtem j.
till enjllylng the mountain air of Mary subscriber to the ADVOCATE. They are -Mr. J. J. White of Rockledge, who of the TltiiHvllle Silver Cornet band. their numerous friends along thIS Kasl
and, where cool and coming in from all parts of the East has bon to Savannah to meet his father '
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evenings nights are Those who expect to take part In It are who wish thnm
Coast amiprosperous
long joyful Is the title of Illustrated
: S. White a now, pamphlet i
f ho rule at present. are Coast getting.Mrs., and.we appreciate the support we S. on Wednesday.of New Mr.York White's returnedhome father now hard at work rehearsing.Mrs. married llfo., just to hand at thIS ADVOCATW of- i

-Pishing on Indian River is now In Its Is In delicate health and he has gone to -: Wm. M. grown, wife of the lice, sent by that popular general super- j
B rime, and quite a number of trout Thomas A. Darby, wife of Sen- Rockledge to recuperate.Mr. of the Bank of I Intemlont of the _Wit Coast hotels-Mr. \ \
president Bay Ulncayno .
h-avalli, bass, croakers and other fish are ator Darby, died of paralysis Tuesday visit of several VoomncHriLl.vx.Rumor C. B. Knott. It Is a very neatly gottenup
after weeks
wing caught dally from the steamboat morning about 5 o'clock, at her home In E. L. Brady, after spending the seaside-In enjoying with little MissNoulse to has been current In TltiiNvllle affair, and contains :'W picturesque y//
East Palatka. Hopes of her recovery about a week in Georgia, returned home company during the two weeks or so, that views and I a small map of Florida and
and Master Mark Is
harf.Mr.. were entertained till within a short timeof on Friday last much benefited by his now stopping Miss (1.1". Lion, a very popuUr and well the West IndleN. The views Include all
and Mrs. A. E. well with her Captain and Mrs.
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known KIngsley, her death which happened after an Illness trip. IIe left for Miami the following their parents known young lady, and n former school Mr. Fluglor's hotels except the Royal ,r
residents of have been Jones at beautiful home at New
Spending some time Miami In Atlanta where of one week. Mrs. Darby was an day to attend to his business In that : Hartford, Conn.Professor teacher on Indian River, hail taken unto I'alm, :Miami, which we presume, will v,
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estimable lady, and her sweet way and town. hersolf a husband. Il.tvlng no absolute bo published later. Views of six of the N
pirs. Klngsley
went to have her
peen to by a specialist. eyes loving manners won for her many friends -Mr. Harry C. Wilson, of the Wilson i and Mrs. .1. R. Anthony proof of the nnrURIM. the AnvocArK did hotels and the site of the Royal J'Rlm.

whereever she was known. She leaves a Cypress company Palatka, has returned :Miss Leila Anthony and MU Jeannette not feel like the event. However Miami, are on tho rover.,

-Commissioner Richardson, of the pMongor husband and son to mourn her loss, and home, after b very enjoyable trip to New Paddison returned home Wednesday on Saturday' last wo received tho These pamphlets are well worth sending .-

association, announces a rate of they have the sympathy of the entire com York and Canada. Mr. Jan. C. Minor, from Washington 0Theile many following from Marietta Ga., written by to friends abroad, and. copies may

"no fare for the round trip to the Sound munity. The remains were taken to of Rome, N. Y., returned with Mr. friends are pleased to see them In town the bride, which settles the matter: be obtained, free, by culling at tho Air

loney Convention to be held at Indianapolis Wilmington herald.N. C. for Interment.Palatka Wilson.Mr.. again. Miss Jeannette says she had an "I have just learned that a paper I In. VOCATK: .. ice.

Septemper 2d. Times abundance of fruit while away; gained. Mtructed a friend to forward to the newsy
:&1. E. Gruber and
Charles
-All O. S. son about four pounds In weight and ls and widely-read pink paper was never 1
restrictions on travel to and from -Captain Porter mayor of Day- left for Charlotte
N. C., Wednesday, triad to be home again Indian Mint which I regret much. It con. Moro New HubNcrlhurN
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Key West were removed by the State tona, was In town Monday and Tuesday, Mrs. Oruber remaining In Titusvllle during enjoying very
I i health officer on the 17th instant there shaking hands with his many friends. the absence River's delightful breezes. talned the announcement of my marri
[!having been no further cases of smallpox The captain is quite an acquisition to Gruber's of her husband. UponMr. age. I was married on the 7th of Julyto The pink paper still seem to keep up

|In that city since the 27th of July. the above pretty town, where he has for West Palm return Beach.they. will all leave Sunday afternoon last witnessed the Mr. F. N. VoorheoM a gentlomai lu popularity, and new (paid) subscribers M
spent considerable money buying property pretty scene of a b'pUamalservlceat: the from New Jersey, and have just returned are continually coming In. This

-Mrs. n. S. Williams, one of Rockledge' and making improvements, lie gave -Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Harris of Eden Episcopal church It being the occasionof from visit to my husband's home and week the following names have been added
I prominent and much-esteemed the ADVOCATE office a pleasant call on passed through the christening of time Infant son of New York. We will be at home In Atlanta to our list: J. S. Snowden.' Titus

in residents, has been spending several days Tuesday, and said he must have the pink en route to Zanesville Tltnsrllle, 0.. on Wednesday a visit: to, )fro and Mrs. Louis A. Brady of this after September 1st." villa; John S. Franz, Tampa; l Norman k
town this week as the guest of Mrs. paper for another year. Captain Porter relatives and friends. .Mrs. Harris In- place. Archdeacon B. F. Brown officiated No doubt Miss Linn's many friends on Hastings Interlachenj: Captain T. W.

Albino home Brady. She. expects to return and his wife were to leave for New York formed us that they would remain north at the ceremony :Mrs.! J. O. Walton Indian River will join us In wishing the Lund Jacksonville; R. R. Taylor Miami -

to-day. on Wednesday for the purpose of buy. until November. and Mr. Adhemar Brady acting a* happy couple every joy and prosperity. ; Howell Titus, Jacksonville: ; W. U.

-The Wilson Cypress Company, Pal- Ing furniture for the Holly Inn, which Is, proxies for godmother and godfather.The Gllmore Maldon, England; E. F. Adam.,
atka, has just received and will soon place at present, undergoing considerable al -After spending a year or two with baby was named Laurence (lowland TIle Eagle Clothing Htore. Roseland; .1. T. Price Titusvllle; E. K.
in position two molding machines terations. This hotel will be under the his parents at Shrewsbury, England Mr. Brady. A number of relative and! Peabodr, Eden. They are rather scattered < ,

-ton and 7-ton machine, the latter the proprietorship of Mr. Orange Howes, Chas. R. plantation has returned to his friends were present.. but It I Is all the better for adver 1.1

heaviest In the State and capable of mak- whose reputation as a hotel manager: li pineapple at Hobe Sound 1 Mr. and Mrs. D. A. of 100 salt to be closed out regardless of tlsers.
Blodgett
big ab patterns of moldings at a time. well known -along the East Coast: of where his many friends gave him a glad l cost ranging In price from $ ,00. U..10,
Our Florida. welcome on his arrival last Grand Rapids, Mich., have been spendIng $ .( ", 3.no to **JM>. All In need of a
people do not fully realize what a evening. the summer at their beautiful home medium weight suit will find these suits JULIUS Ki.i.tr.' : has just received a nice

rest thing Falatka has In dot.-Palat at: Petoskey, Mich., where they have the greatest bargain ever offered. stuck of ladl.,.' shoes, In all the latest ;'
Irro88 manufactories In our m Pineapple Farm Wanted.A been entertaining on a large scale. fashions and shapes.. Those ladles .

Advertiser.Be Among the visitors stopping with them wishing anything in this line would do

At Wavelaod Fla., will be sold at a flrst-cUs laundry woman; wages, are Mrs. Matthews, of Charleston awl Fine well to Inspect the display which Mr.
Sure to Read This. sacrifice. Write $12: per month. Mrs. Degas and the two charming )rinses Kline ha on hand a. it Is certainly an

G. E. Coo*, agent FOBT PlKROt DoraL, Mona and Byrnlna Dugs, of Atlanta. Old, pare and mellow corn whiskey, elegant one and a marvel for quality at '

For ..Ie. or will exchange for deslra- Jensen, Fla. Fort Pierce Fla." Mr. Blodgett's fine new residence at $2.00: and $J.M> per gallon. the price. In addition to this stock ;
b Dayton If being pushed forward the of gents' and children's
e Florida property stock of merchan M W. B. DAWSOIT, Jacksonville.: one eon-
d1t1e quickly as possible, so that Mr. and Mrs tame a large assortment of shoe
tobacco, consisting, cigar and of drug.taUon8l'liquors situated )-, W. D. Dawson, Store for Kent. Blodgett: and KiM Helen will be able to at price to suit all classes, and butte i

case ; It the coming winter. Mr. Blod Millinery. good for the money could certainty
In New with : occupy:
Mexico will Invoice Jacksonville Fla.
; state agent: for The store In the
"stare* about climate ADVOCATE block gett Is a well known philanthropist and not be purchased. Mr. Kline', re'-
the finest Bartholemew
for 4,000; Rochester bottled beer-a Jut vacated by E. L. Bradr, 1 ta for rent entertainer whose name Is a household Miss Florence Norwood. TltusvllUFla. fallen la the shoe line I I. well .r..ct-
D. W. B. fine
Address
car*consumptives..ADVOCATK TltvsvlUe Fla. barrel.tonic-$1.25 per dozen; ,'10..V> per Apply to Robblns A Graham, word la Michigan while Mrs. Blodgett Mall orders promptly and efttclently fished and his customer are alway- n q.

Tltnsville, FJ*. has a bat of friend along this coast. attended to. pleased with their purchase* .




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\\It j'i'' : amendment No. -X enlarging the juris- You *nd Your GrandfatherAre "Charlie;" aid Mrs. Newbride, "ma Florida East Coast

diction of justices of the peace. and the girls are coming to spend a Railwa\

(1H'Ii Curesi 2nd. "Our criminal statutes and laws month with us." '"Not If I know It.
removed from each
other by a span FoRIIEnLY THE
I are too technical and complicated so of many years. He traveled In a slow I When we were engaged you insisted

i "Cures talk" In favor says Gov. Mitchell.\ The administration going stage-coach; while you take the upon my loving you for yourself alone.I JacKsonville, St. AugustIne and IndIan RIver Railway

j of Hood's Bamaparllla Talk I of justice in our courts U too slow, as fielitninfj; express or the electric car. want you that way," replied the Ingenious Time Table In Erreot June 13th, 1800.
,
When he was sick he was treated by old
f as for no other ..medicine. well an extravagantly expensive. Speedy Benedict.
fashioned methods and given old fashioned =::::::::::::,
t 1I r Its great cares recorded in truthful, trials of pornonsIndicted for all offenses medicines" but you demand modern South Bound. North aOund.

1 1 convincing language of grateful men and would do much towards diminishing ideas In medicine as well as In every thing Feed the nerves upon pure, rich 1B100(1. STATIONS.No.. No No. No. No.
41 ) women, constitute Its moat effective ad- of accused else. Hoods 8 r aparIlIa 'Is the medicine and you will not be nervous. Pureblood 31. 8711110 aA 81 ATlUNB. 711. \r,8,10'!I\u 'I )
: lynching people. Therefore of today. !It is prepared modem comes by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla ; LvJiWk..oovll1o.. .. 16 U5p .... .... . .. Lv Niamt ... ,.. AIn a to ; '
j r L 1& nrtl lng. Many of these cures one mar we favor simplification of our criminal by which l is thus the greatest and) best ArSt.luguxtine.10311a. 112111' .... .... .. LvLuruonClty ... Aoam 1 J'!iLv
f velous. They have won the confidence of methods and to its preparation are Auguxtbe 111311 a.. ... .... .... .. Lv I'tLalllloreiale.' 11117 a m I :i3'+
1 I the have given Jlood'.. &napa.l laws. brought the skill and knowledge of mod- nerve tonic.Hoo 1'.latka.. 11:1t1: a .. .... .... .. .. LvLlnwn.... ..... 611210'" 724'LvE 1"
I l people; JJrd. We favor the holding of county, ern science. Hoods Sarsaparilla acts -Arl'lIl.'ka..l1. I oa -.... .... -.... -.. .. I.v lV rata leach TlU: a m 111 I

Ti p. l rills the largest sales in the'world, and state and national elections on the same promply upon the blood and by making 1 have made necessary for Its manufacturethe pure, rich blood It cures disease and establishes Indigestion, biliousness. All druggists Ar Bat. Mateo. .... 1n . .... ... . Lv Aden ... .. ..9(14 a 1\1" p
I greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's date, all parties .interested in the resultto good health. :25c. Lv San. Jlhteo .. lO .5) a _:_ _, Lv Fart" 1.lerce.... 940 a 1\1 a 1I..u- 0 I
jiri Barsaparilla known the It has bo represented at the polls. Therefore Lv (Iruunnl.. ... .... 12/111/ II .. .. .. .. ? .. tV Sobasttun.. ,,. 11I3Un( n" r,
,I I by euros Lvllayt"n...... .... 11171. :. .. ..,. ,.. .. nn 1144101\1
y made-cures of scrofula, salt rheum and n e are In favor of the passage of the t11at's Lvt'ortrange. 11N p . .. .. VJl'MI"1""'rne. ... 1123 a inLr
ecBema cures of rheumatism neuralgia constitutional amendment to section 0 Prof.: Hebro, of ViennaRRKUI.tK that lIotnwB-"Dun't you a poor Now Smyrna.. 1/10/ I' .... .. ..1... l.vBnIlUnllte. .... llaa It 1\1 I
I the does site for medical ?" Wig Wag- LvTltuavUle...... 21\3\ I) ........ ...... LvRocklodge htls. ,
i 11 and weak nerves,cures of dyspepada, liver article XVIII. sun ( not produce freckles. They I college Lv Coo.'n ... ... .... u. 31 P .. .. ..... . .... hvCocoa .. .... .... UOU 1 I' 11\ ?. .
I he in children under "Yes but to erect on additional .. .. .. .. I Tit III .. I'II
,4 troubles, catarrh-cures which never appear, says ; they're going ivlbnklNdgr: (l btlx '' ? : ( I' '" ..
peeve Ith.) We oak for such changes In the Lvo.au U..lIIe. .... olliS p . ..... .. i NOW Nlll'rlla.::: I.( P 11\ ,, I
constitution and laws as will permit the the age of six or eight years, whether building which will Improve it. MNlbmrno, ... ..lap .. . .... . .. .... Lv fort Orange.. 2 221'1\1 ,
to the It's honpltal." U".oll'll( 4A2p ?. . IvDaytoua. ...... 233pta: ,,
Hood'sSarsapar.ria people to elect all officers at the ballot exposed sun or not. an eye LvS"h..thm.. .. .. 4i7I 4lii" a ...... Lvtrm... 'I.. .... .. 24 11)11. I
: Lv Fort 1'lerce..., 1111111' ..... I8a ...... East 1'alntka.., 4231'11\ I..
; box.5th. LvEden: . .. 632 I' . 1131 1\ ... %Snn Mate" .. ... II10/ ---,
We favor the organization of nlghtM of I'ythliis Biennial KiicniiiMiieut : Bicycle Groom LvJei'ou.. .. .. .. A37p . .. S07a .. .LvSunllatca. ... 8Wpu.( I' a... -1
I Lv \V. .. 7:111) .... .
Jul'ltpr. p.
election precincts into road( districts withcommissioners at Cleveland, O. There is one difficulty In the path of l.vWPalllI llltach 811 p ,. ... .psn aLvLlnton. ..., ."... I'elntka.. :' 4 50 p 111-- _
Lvl'nlntka' : :::
; .. . : 41st' m :
and women who ride the bicycle which is . .. 8" I' 11011 a ... _p
elective empoweredto Lv l"tI.oI1I1lordllle." 11311) I' .. ... ., 1111 a .. .. ..ArAt. Aa"uxthw. 1110 1'111 ILv I-
"+ 3 1 h the beat-In fact the One True Blood Purlf er. assess road tax under proper statutory For the above occasion-the F. C. .I k: P. not felt by those who are sisters cons- IA'.n. City. 11120II.. .. . 300( a .. .. Lv At. Alli-.tlne. 8111pm/ 61'.1.,
( r1 y ins or aunts to any member of the mule ArMliiiiiI .. .. .... 10:111) pi:..... ,. 320 a ... .. .Jlwk..nvlllo.. 1IS8I: 1\1\
restrictions.ith. and Southern will sell round-
cure liver llta; .easyxto, Railway i but which nevertheless in
} HOOd Pill tukueaxytouveww.2." : We ask that real estate be persuasion) Trains 3t, 32. 37. and 78 between .Ja..k."lIvlJ1e A. do W. l1RASC1i.
p t' I assessed trip tickets from nil points iii Florida to an obstacle for those who are not since a1)(18t.( Allgustlne, .llIlIy. ---

f'' --- -- - ----.. -- but once In three to live years.\ Cleveland 0., at a rate of one fare for the finding of a bicyclo escort is no trifling Train 209 between Miami and Fort Pierce, STA'rIONS--X-\UR'fHJRUSD: .

w, Denloeratlc'Nonrincen.. 7th. That the offices of the collector the round trip. Tickets will bo sold matter.. Very emphatically a woman dnllyexcopt Monday ;; ; _Xo 4_ 1 I

l and treasurer be consolidated. Aug. 21st, 22nd and 23rd, limited for should not go far from home on her All other tmlll south of St Augustine daily Ar.. N..w,ke SHelmyrna 128Ap 831'1"' I
en ,
8th. That taxes be made 2nd. wheel alone, net only because of the except SlIlIday. 128np 410q' '" I
{ .f For Presidential Electo payable return until Sept. Ornnlo C'lty I 12 /isles' 33sp<,
:
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seml-iinniiully. Those who contemplate taking advantage possibility of a breakdown in some part O CityJnuo: 13r'I' 33111' I
+ ( ''It. A. ItUBFOUl) of Marian of her machine after is
y i' runty. which all of SOUTH \OIJSI\ .
9th.l That favor liberal state
of this rate
we securethrough
cheap can
+! : W. S. .Jl; noHNnS. of Ilernando county. delicate construction, and the consequent STATIONS. N..
a So.l .
l i II' # ttYI L. CARTER: of Alochua county. pension system so that no exconfederate sleeping cars from Jacksonvilleto walk home, but because of the Lv New Tilr.PITIi1 Sa ''yo-

i ; .11 J. F. WKL1JOKN, of Orange co unty. soldier or widow of one shall be allowed Cincinnati only via :IF. C. & P. and fear of, trumps and vicious boytt. I.ake Smtyrua Helllll, 2M1p1)5Nn/ ) ,,

,)1 ; r j For Congress :2d Congressional"/ Dlst. i to drift upon the charity of the Southern Railway. This rate also applies From this necessity women who Ar Lv Orange I U. City! City Juno. 305p11alaTI a "i' l12'ln :

,4 f ROBERT W. lJA VIS. county for support, !but that adequate via Columbia, Ashevillo and Knox- have no men to ride with them, will

t For Governor : provision for a state home, or other ville, the new popular route between doubtless he evolved a new position for ,ese Time T..l.18' shows tile three at which trains tnnv be expected, tn arrive and, d"pan
the se er tl I etatlonN but their arrival or departure 8t the thU"8 stated not
el WILLIAM I). ULOXIIAM. equally beneficial provision be at once Florida and Cincinnati, giving a daylight respectable young men-that of bicycle the Co! puny hold itself r8HI.on811110. for allY delllY or any OOIl"'llIeoces arlMIIIJ/ jtllllr'd thol'l'lon' :",nwb

s For Justice Supreme Court ; made for the ample and tender care I ride through the beautiful mountain groom. It soon may be no uncommon J. R. A'lUOTT., J. I). IrAHNEg:
sight to see a bevy of girls all awheel 1'reddent. AAa't Ge'J
j MILTON H. 1rIA HY. whenever Inability of self-support is scenery of Western and North Carolina -- 1..IC..r 'leonL
under the of
' charge a responsible lad ------- -
1 1 For Secretary of State : satisfactorily shown to a properly quail- -"the land of the sky." who can be depended upon to 'pump

e ; J JOHN t,. CUAWFOHD. lied tribunal. Through sleeping cars leave Jacksonville up mend punctures, screw nuts and

) For Attorney-General : 10th. We call for reform In the treatment dally for Cincinnati at ((1:13: : p. m. bolts, adjust saddles, oil pedals and attend The Tropical Trunk Line
berths will be reserved
k } 1 j WILLIAM U. .LAMAH. of stute prisoners. Sleeping car by to the thousand and one details ,
applying to any ticket agent, or to
1 > Whereas, The establishment of the from which feminine muscles and femi-
For Comptroller : W. D. ALLEN,
,I ; W. II. HJoYNOI.UIi.i' fibre Industry In this has been opposed Fla. Pass. A ent..JICkRonvl11e nine understandings shrink abjectly. ,Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwa

110 11 i',;1 I .,. For Treasurer' : by the African fibre trust whose product Fla. Philadelphia Ledger.. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.

c +)' itl r .: r CLARENCE COLLINS :. Is obtained by the labor ,of French convicts -- -

[ y ''i1 $ 1 For Snpt. of Public Instruction :r In Algiers, In competition. with the ,.,. -..Bdi1Tft. .". TlmreTeblelnEffeotJuly201N.I\ .., = I 'fr--,
O. I N 9 I N o. 21. N 0. 'j I ..,'O. .
( I W. N. HI1JBATS. paid labor of this state; BRICK BRICK BRICK 1t. :iir OOOp oooo Lv.JACKSONVILLE.Ar i30am U. u-ii":" .H.\; \Ue\n.,

1 y' ; For ComnilMHlonnr of Agriculture: Kesolvoil, That we favor the imposition .. .. Mixed: 937p 92710. ..Oranle Park .. .. .... 611010111 )111,
.. ..
MoW'y 047p 93410. .. .earls. . ...... easam 401pm1bos. .
11r.\ LUCIUS B. WOMUWELL.JIKI'UIILIOAN of a duty of ten dollars per ton on .... .... and Fri" .. ..Nagnolla ........ .. .. .. ...... ..... ... Tho""
'f\''if', = Imn..t.e.1____.. __. ___ m..t.t.r..11._ ____ fiHtA_. _._ Imllnulnrv_ t.tinf...... .... 101111' 91JTa. ....Groen Cove Springs..... ... 6ooan. 531pin&: :
I nn n --nH .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .... .. Jlostwlok ... ... .
N "t v, the Industry when permitted to be established ,....... 10 11511128p 1045x./ .... .. ......Palatka.... ... .. .. ... IM'alll. 4M11'1II 8211
I CONV13NTIOX .... 11245 1152p '1111)/\/ ...... 26 .
5 w
here, will furnish cOl1su'mers,81oh East Coast Brick Co. . 1I0IIIa 12117p 113ln. .. ... .. 311.121.11I> YAI 1
iI + : AT AIKL.110U1INK. fibre at the market : . 121111' 122210 114x5.... .. 11..n 2111
3411'11I
'; present rates ... J2I5OI'* 124010 121Mla.( .... ........ / IMr
I? "and that the trust will be able to pay ,....... 23/1"/ 1131 12411'; .. .... .. Sntsnma..4 24111111I 32'JI'1II' l12h till: ,
f t IMuttorm and County Ticket.' '.,.. .,.. 320" 120a 12821.. .. ........ ( 231pn11045\
i ?
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the duty without advancing the price. Jacksonville, Florida. .. .... 41101'( 141a 11"1' .. ........ 2Itn.loll.: ,
4 t .. The republican convention hold at tlu Crowded of last ..... 42Up.1 ..... 127.Ar'' .....
1 if [ out Issue.] .... ....... Il5pm.'
.. ..... .... ,.. {
32op IMI'Lv ( .. ..
I above place on 18th Inst., wan fairly wull Are MANUFACTURING( GOOD, HARD BRICK, AND HAVE BEST FACILITIES : ..... . ........ t2oa1 1' ......... ..F.nterl'rl.e. .. ..... .... ...2 .23'll.lII.018811I.

+s attended by the prominent republlcanB Slave you ever had in the morning For reaching. points on the Eat Coast. Will give very lowest prices. : : : : :::: ::::::.: ::..: :: 4/j11() Ar.:.::...::.T1TUs'Ihtoba'lLL1 I ...:::.':.'::::.Lv. ... .. '

r of Drovard county. The convention wa what Is fancifully called a "dark-brown J. S. SMITH Jr. Gen'l ..... .... .. .... .... . . .....a iurrenm......... .... . .... ..
s Manager . .. .... .. ,.... 3/11I1'/ ::. :.. ....Mt.Dora........ ..... . .... ,Hlllan'l
i (I' called to order nt live o'clock by Mr.\. K. taste" In the mouth. If BO, it l Is the Jacksonville, Fla. .. .. .. .... .... .. 41oI'Ar.. ..... ....Tavllre..... .... .. .Lv.. '
W. Gooilo, chairman and after the nplntment effect of a dorangod stomach and liver :... .... 1120. P 2311 a .11181' Ar.......:::: Bod., :.... .... ...Lv I50au, I0* *
; tthe best remedy for which I. a dose ofdyer's ::::: : :: : : :: : :: .. ::::::..: '' ; 'g..
)><> of neveral committees, the ,. ...Winter irk, .::::: :.::
Pills, together with a little disKwetion SAW AND I'LANINO MILLS JACKSONVILLE! YARD, ... .... . eBi a 3301' ,.,,. .....O"llIn".. . . I.JUpm: ii05atoKi
ti k mooting adjournod until 7:30. as to diet and mode of living. Fitlatktt, .'1... K. Bay St., Foot of Cntlierlnn. .. .. .... ..... .... . .. ss'm mue. .. .... ... ...
Mr, 1:. 1'. Branch was then voted to .... .. .... .... A;..... : ,.. .JIartowJo..Lv .
..... ... .... > Lakeland
015 a e iSp .. 03llam.
h tho chair, while Mr, V. II. Harris wax If of the ADVOCATK readers WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY .. .... .. 112kia e3t1p .. .. ..?. JlILrtow.. ... . t"II4IIpm 4 30 Inn 145ant.
i t iAny along :. ... . 1130;' Ar.. ... .....Pllnta norell.( ..... ....Lv. .. .... t 8 tlUa 111 .
I appointed Hi'cretary. After a neat little I Ells Eaet Coast have a 1 piece of interesting ?.. . .. -10005 74qAr. .. ... .. ....Taml'a..... .. ... .Lv 1130pnl 55'an
r speech by Chairman Branch, the nomination news, do not think it too much troubleto Manufacturers\. of . . .. ....1 .... .Tama Hay !Intel. .. ..
41 4i mend It to . 1130 \ .. .. .. .. 'ortTallllI\... ...Lv.41115I'm.T20alll.:...
i of cnndldati'H for county ollicoscunimonced l our office us wo will always .:... ..MnnandThnn9aopLY. .....,. .).ort.ra ll'a...... .Ar 23111mThllr, Snn
) i b*>clad to make room font in onrcolumns1C ..,. .... 'rues ,t Friday! 3DepAr...... .Key ..... . .. 930pmWed.andSat.
f and resulted us follows: :) lble. If frlundxfrotnadistance are Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. ... Wed .and Slit. II Olla Ar. .. .. .. .. ..Hnvana. .. .. .Lv 1230pniWedand5at.'

Bounty Judge: V. II. HurrU. ; Clerk of onAtdIutIRiver! or If you 01'you r nelgh- *
d 1 b about make Dally t Daily. except Sunday.,
era are to or have
recentlym
x Court, E. P. Wilbur; Prosecuting Attorney ode improvements of any kind let us A large: stock of Dry Cypress flooring:, ceiling Hiding; mouldings, shingles, Trains 23: and 78-Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between :New York ami r

I. (J. lirainiird ; Sheriff', It. C. hew about it. If a former resident of lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress Tampa daily.

Starck ; Trennnrer, T. T. AVctmore; Cot In din River writes you a little Interest. mouldings: of all patterns a specialty. Train 23, leaving Jacksonville daily .at 8:00: am., arrives at Hawthorne at 11 :4:1.: C.aineen
12::41!, (5551551:35: IA'eahll3 l | 3:3: $, Hrnnkevllle 8:081". In. Train leaving lacknnnville, at IH n P,
I lootor, L. 1>. Lock wood ; AcReasor John Ing': news (not of n private nature) It arrive at Oakland S.W: : a. in., Larnochee !
When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. lfl:4fl: a. m., Tarpon Springs 3:30: I', in., ClearwateMJ
/ t MoAll'mtei' Rudolf may Interest many of the ADVOCATE readers ni., St. retoratiuri. B::40 p. in., dally except Sunday.
; Surveyor" Lyman ; AI..ngthe East Coast If published. If Trains. 21 and 3"J. through rullmaii Bleeping cars between Jacksonville and T.impa.
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.Snpt. Kchooln, W. II. Ilainlln ; KeproHentatlvo you have a-auggestlon to make, see a pub- -" W. B. COFFIN. Q. D. ACKERLV: ,

i E. 1'. Hrancli, ; Senator, O. T.i lie evil, or an opportunity to benefit the General Superintendent. General Ifae. .enerAtie 1!

i AluC'arty, people, of your town, we will give you -
to make it known. We workIng HARRY MASON & CO.
r + space are A
rr.A'irou.M.The / .
4 1 I I In tle interest of the East Coast, and
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t j\ republicans 01 Itrevard county, we want your assistance either In news, ,r The Florida (Central & peninsular ft

t. I through their delopiton( lu oonventloaiwHuinbled subscriptions or job work t

1: I enter the present ountnnt. I MASON !t Co. Jobbers In Fine' ImportedW
.
j + with the coiiHclotiHiieHM Short Line between Florida Points.
that cxUtlngconlltlim and all Northern
-
STATE OK OHIO, CITY OF TOI.KDO, liny Street
M < ( are intolerable to citleenit: nil LUCAS C'OUNTV. } NN. JACKSONVILLE.- Liquors and Cigars High Only 138 Miles\. between Savannah and Jacksonville.

political. fnitlm.I The ship of state ban Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie ., Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, I Sa
4 i drifted amid the qnickMaudu of tlnanclal i* the senior partner of the firm of F. J. 1

,I disaster, embracing In its tho Cbeney: & Co., doing: business in the city Grade Whiskies tlmore, Philadelphia. New York Boston and the East.
ncope Etc
l 1\ liiinibleHt Individual" nn well as the treatt- and Toledo. l that said, county tirm will and pay state the aforesaid sum of .- and Everett Chicago., Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincln

wry of the nation. Ono Hundred Dollar for each and every" ;.,= -..._
Everett
4! We desire! to toatlfy our pride( in the ciwo of CatniTiih! that cannot be cured by WhiikloH-ImH> and lomeAtlo': Southern Belle Rook and Itye . ...from SUM) per gal Louis, Chicago, Birmingham, Sioux City.Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City,
f, of the line of Half( Catarrah Cure. Jlr"o.Uellt'lI\oAUr. apple, I"oh.Inokhorry\ and peach .and, honey. ,from '1.M per gal. ,
a I liUtury the national 1 republican party inii-Holland, Old Tom, .... .... from ,l./o River Junction Pensacola Mobile New Orleans Texas, Mexico, Califwand
and re-affirm our faith in the prtnoJplcHmbt VKAKK:: J. CIIJo Er. Ktiua ... .. .. ... .- .. .. .. ..... ... .. ..... .. .. ..... ...... ... ..... ..from S1JM) per per gal gal; the Pacific Coast. Effective April in, 18UO.
,Sworn' to before me And subscribed In Wlue.-I'ort. Sherry Catawba. Mimratel, Claret, etc., front. .. ...... ..fl.oopergal
.! >died In the pl.itform ndoptoil at St. my presence, tills 0th ,day of December (iarets-FlnestBnuula\ .... ., ,....... .from S2.2.1 per cane nwra, New. York Exprea. No. 3H.vtlleT.Ufl leave J"' '
i j L uU IM well as,, In the exemplary clini-- A JJ lss0. A. 'W. ULKAHOJK: liottledlWer. .t. .. ... .. .. ... .from J1..IO: per doz.Zy a? n a. m., tlally( with Thnu6'h! Pullan..r. :
All other Fine Brands Sleepers> for Savannah Columbia.Baltimore \ 'k"'Jnf
:
at Low Prices
[t>el\lJ] Publio. equally \ New "n
utter of our standard. bearers, William -Notary Jugs and demijohns will be 8 aa' Philadelphia mill
packed in boxes, when so requested without ex KuMtern: points. Connect for e
0
McKlnley and flurvett A. Hobart. IlalTs Catarrah. Cure is taken Internally tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will war Arrive Jacksonville 9.tMp.m.:

,i y I We believe that n free ballot and Ma and nets directly on the blood and not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. .w scan New York Faat Mall No. 116, Jjj

honest count I III of elementary and vital mucous surfaces of the sjntem. Send Send for Price List, or call upon' MASON & CO., .1 t eeVANNA r Jacksonville S:00: I'. m. dally tor rune' }_'
i i 1 for teMtliAionliilM, free. ::101, 807, ::101)>( 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ern points and for Fernancllna. Arm
Importance to nil government by UM V.. J. Chenoy A: Co., Toledo, O. +h 11 mm villa 10:21 a. m.
+ ..
people.We yYjhud: by Druggist. 74:. -- --- '

I. believe that the competition of Labor Sating Economical Incombustible I r r a. 4 Only Line of Middle Through Florid theCountry JleaoUt1." .Bd

j foreign product) fruits cotton wool" Au aunts musical elr'will detect *<> 0 KarHinblM Hay Leave Jaeketov911a1'M 10ntjjWlo' !a'

l etc., etc., as veil an manufactured goods slight a difference In tone between two e a for Lake City, Live I I. acala. JloIJ I
I f y urn. ., Tallahassee River Junction Yen ;. )
I 9 flirnl h an object lesson us part cause of noto as the ono sixty-fourth of M semi "PAINT OFF. N g190N111IE New Orleans. an l the outhwe.t. Mevm l. 8"1e'Arrive.
a Carrie
1 I 0 farms and the 1-uclno Cnant.
e I' the law and insufficient reward of the tone. This arcane that in the eleven -s-wa. .JacluonTllle. T::0ft .. m.

farm and mill.otwithstanlllnj. octaves that 'the human ear compasses sot o _

:( the long deferred there would be At least: some 8UOO( or (Patented America and Europe.) a' "n 'a .u __ ___ .__.........\\IJ
hope of a sufflclont revenue to meet notional !9O() ) consciously different notes. 4 q UlLvea aciuonTiiie: D.IIIII. m.
I ., -( expenses- ,- we- note with regret the Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces ; "Vc, v. lr Orlando thorne Silver, ,Lacoo Spring,hee.LeeburK./ Ocala Dade T Clqr.van*rn:; Ai'

oiioiency in July last iw the largest of Hall' Hair Kenewer U pronounced die *5rSa 1 TallIl>&. Arrive Jaek" onville 3.405 V-m-

I any month since tho adoption of the best preparation made for thickening the

{ 4' .Wilson tariff. We 11 love In free trade growth of the hair, and restoring that Chemically, Instead of Burning Off. t! -
s which Is I. la' f
in those article of commerce that for gray to Its original color.It XvrftfeJlOIOA t Cincinnati Florida LlmltwJ.on.lllae.flOn. >e TraID.
I A : m. Solid Vetilm )I II
climtitlo or other sufficient reason we VAINTOFF" I I. a registered tack name of a new discovery In chwntotry and I* protected CEKTRXL \ w 1d little over 2S hour to Cincinnati. "v-jnw,1.
cannot produce. Therefore we favor I I. said that half the world'. production bIlette" patent of the United State, Canada. Ureat Britain and other con nt,,,,,,. It I Ie the malt as !\ 1 Atlanta. Chattanooga. Connect' for:*' "- ,rtII ?
all P"1
research and e i"rlm nt with the pnrp M in view of ending a cheap, duple and, active MIS-. we.RvilleeJacksun
reciprocity treaties. of quinine U used In the United xdvent of old paint and vaini. .h that wwutd lapplant. the old method uf born DK ....'I-raplllg off f MIsSUUB M.R. H1e tat--

In the to States. Quinine I la old by Italian drug' the aine.. sad Conittctlen.
.J products congenial our soil '
Gilmore A Son, Painters and Decorator, Jacksonville Fla., write: "We have "
and climate, as woll as tin plate and all guts at from >$.0() to $100 a pound while given Palntofit trial and OA ,7LoJZDA.era. ,
a can nay that in 45 years experience a painter It In the a Holly Spring Ronte 8t. Goth I .KanWa! !.
other articles of domestic consumptionwe the government gets It for the army at bent! paint remover In the market." '-a.. .. Chlcatco Leave J."kllOnnlle ;!' ntppiMaco7

favor sufficient protection to Induce t3 a pound. It Is proponed to make the C. E. Iloyle, House Painter etc., Jacksonville Fla., writes: "Having had experience 1 Memphis. .... City 8*. Louie' Chicago' ,Sioux Atlanta City.WnnlnKluun./ .; |fully!: .", dt

.. the idle capital now lying) lu our savings. sale; of the drug a !government monopoly.Not Ia practical ,painter for 2.1 yearn, take great pleasure In Indorsing .1..11I.change. to KajnwuCi't'imd. Suaa.in.: St Louisa and duly one change! to Thrndnll:181etrc/. v

and national banks to invest In manufacturing ralutott, and cheerfully recommend to die public In general." .:15 C" Sf! .-P>0J I<>r S'ST". COM| connection Bniiuwlck. Short*** and 9 nl..I1''! l"frs.
\P. Lanidell of;Halt, Hllditch A Co<, General Home Pointers Jacksonville .Ainn .- for Tall _anllnlcrnM< Arrive Jacksonville. : 2.43 p.1
enterprises In volume And one complaint has ever been> made Fla., writes: "Having given PalntonT a thorough trial, pronounce it to be a -tn For P. M.-t'or Tampa and Inlern..I.. t. point*. Pullman elpen. An .. "" : '''';.ytll..
quality. to meet the nation's wants. by those using Ayer' Sarsaparilla according perfect success, and to be all you claim for It._ Steamer Macon")....a Atlanta_.. Iron two Tampa Trine for I* M"Hy.ld Leave JaclunnTlll. 1-3O m. m. and .:W P- "
to directions. ntown and Manatee Rivetointa.
We favor In state and county affairs Furthermore we Pullman 8Iet'pen on all Night Trains.
,.. have yet to hear of a case In which It ::r Send for Circular and Testimonial to
, j F 1st. The repeal of the act establishing I Jr: Send for Best Indexed
Towo.hlp :
has fulled to afford benefit. So say ]hundreds Up of Florlil t-i
a county court in Brevard South-Eastern States alntoff Company. N. S.
county, and of druggists all over the country. FENNLNGTON A. O. MACDONELL.

i advise all to vote for the constitutional Ha cured others; will cure you. C. # St. Augustine, Fla. Traffic Manager. General ru''l1gtf Ai



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 8. 189ft.MI g :

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-- rofessional Caitls.: A "LAST CHANCE" _AR. i 1 p'
The .D ),
"' Cafm..y.One
THE The Largest and'| Most Complete -
pV3y ROXHINII. W ALTIt1l8. OHAIIAM.A I* Will Be m Long Time Before Women of the quit rent volcanic and goo-

: g M GRAHAM, Can Pro_ A.... l logical freaks thut have recently born reported Establishment SOUl'h. _

13BINS The leap year which DOW begins i!, ii Just"' now being; InvrHtiR.-ited

ATTOR EYS-AT.LAW, however, to a certain extent peculiar, by the people residing in and Hour Hal- PLANT' GEO S, HACKER & SON I

since another will not occur for eight 1tt'11 villA, Chewier county d. 0. The ,

ern Ifouand: From 10 to 12 a. m., years. Such an interval bas occurred freak' iu question i i.e a hole ill the' ground II
2 to 4 p. m.ITV'SVILLE .
- twice before in the history of Scotland S UlUl\II :::
:
:: Brovard Co., Florid sounds and (J"IUlionldIdt'IlIit' {'loul1l101

1101'.108.' (' and only once in the history of Eng vapor and RlUl.>};,,>. Tl.o hole in not more SYSTEM. .

-''f, J il I practice In all,the courts-ctate and fed land and two centuries will elapse be- To East Const Ocean UeMortlC. than ton inches) in dllllllt'tt'r. and on thut 4 4YI'

,::08 -Klsl facilities for examining and )perfect- fore it occurs again. The last year of the account" it would probably bo more,

lun i j It lid!title present century, 1000 will not be a leap Commencing, May I. IrilNJ, and continuing I nu proper to spook of it an the '",, 'upt' pipeof 4
: t all "" 'I't. 80. lest" ,round-trip| tlfkuu will IHI add) t
, u year but 2000, the last year of the succeeding t<> St. AuiciiHttne, orimnul Diiytiina and NowSim the cugiue hiulea. Thin. queer opening

'10!III, CARY-ELWES century, wilL The year 2100 'ma to at(Mtolreratstet.""telhown. below Tlrkoia} 'tickttt forrltlMronIwtwotm to IMIlimited :i. in the earth in ,situated on what in .lACK""xvii.t.K, FI..VI, July 13, Mill.\ ,

40(' ',I will again be a common year so that rive .aiul twelve year of ago will be known an the Nirhotiu Colvin pliuituitou. JIoHHi-s.\ B. H. Hopkins

:12)1!IIlO 1) NOTARY PUBLIC, the next period nf seven consecutive be sold marked nt ono punched-hrlf those.il ""rate." such coupon to i For 20 yards around the hole the Kla.1; l'nKIi. Apt. I,. A N.

4 p STATE AT LARGE. common years will be between 8096 and (t'omluctnni. sell from niM>|t'"t ..tAtIo....... I ground ill moist ami heuted. When an K. L. Todd, Div. Puns. Agt.Plant } 1//
9104. Prom fttattmia where rate are not shown, en(1ururs ''I attempt was luiulo to investigate the :System.

ypewriting taxes paid for non. The rule by which this seemingly arbitrary coating willUN rates. trout station next 1'- opening the investigators: postponed Jacksonville,Fla.Ooiitlomon "

lents, rents and accounts collected interference with an established matters indefinitelywben they got downto :-It is with pleasure we Jlffintrfffcturent of
etc. Correspondence solicited. m depth of eight ten feet and found
order of things is regulated ia 0TU a or
( uusvllle Florida. simple but its history la comparatively in many o i'' that the smoke and heat were unbear. beg to advise you that wo, tho transportation Doors Sash lilinds

respects both carious and interesting.As n 0- '" able. At time the noise made by this committee of Jacksonville ,

riLLER & KENNARD every one knows the earth revolves i... n po g Q98, slumbering (or waking) volcano can be Division No 2, Uniform Hank K. of 1', Moulding and Building Material.Olllcu l
round its axle and also travels round the FROM t g'.lackeamvflle g. ; hoard for a distance of five miles.-St.; .
aftor thorough of the
Investigation
i ARCHITECTS.Iist sun, the one revolution causing the alternation ... ", ., ,., :200 11.11II:. 1111 878St. :. Louis Republic. and WarerooniM King Opposite
of day and night, the other 41 81(1( 44/\/ various routes to the Biennial Mogtlntf
-I II Coast business will have prompt } : :lied 3M!
that of the seasons. From the earliest ".,,, ( :411 :2 I 4e. 3:10: of Uiipromo Lodge K. of P., nt Clovu- Cnnnou Street,
times men have made use of both these : : ::10 255 :930: ALEX NKAIt KIINKST T A Yr.oll.
5' .0 : : 2e./ :1 110 12.. sand, Ohio, have decided, that on aornunt
- FLomr>A.LflNOR series of of reckon Charleston S.
PA, changes as a means .: C.
: ) III 14 216 NEAR &
ing time and bad there been a simple .. : / 111I Kin 6 IIO TAYLOR of superior advantages( and scluMliilt-H In ,

S. JONES numerical relation between them there .. // .... 110-0 1111 1"l14) (SiicCMwiim" to John MoAHIMor.) each direction to name as our Olllclnl

need never have been any trouble with Ji' .... 111 Sash Weights Cord and
'.. Artesian Well Contractors Route tho following:. Plant to ,
- and / 1/\/ 41 80 System
leap such devices.
yearn M 4u 4(1( ,
.t, A TTORNEY-A T.LA W. Unfortunately however, this is not at : IMI 1/\/ .. EAU Montgomery, Louisville A NiiHlivlllo R'y Hardware.

irUSVILLE BREVARD CO. FLA present the case. The number of revolutions .. ) tMI 11I\ .. .. GALLIE, FLA. ..
; M I to Cincinnati and Pennsylvania U'y to
which the earth makes when it : : ::11' :1$454 I' 41) 'I
- {County Judge of Brevard County.L. goes once round the sun, instead. of being () : 44). :2 t/\/ 218)' ) I, SheJ'UI"s Snle. Cluvolanil. As to data of iloparturo) Window and Fancy Glass
"" IMI....
a whole number, is a number and a .2 / : ) Ilax 141 will advise you lator. Sinai we (ml'noMtly i A
' ... MI 75 \IER mill by vlrtiiii of SPECIALTY.Agent .
KII execution
fraction or, in other words the earth sued
.-I L. GAULDEN ... :I 1)I) 35144 t 011 U out of the (',,""ty Court for Hruvitrit 001111 hope that nil other Divisions thl'oll/th./
goes round the sun in 805 days 5 hours ..; $ 2111I LM) ty. In a ciTtaln OKIIHK than laiuinUiiKi| .
48 minutes 40 seconds, or 1165.2423 '. M) 127 111I' wherein 8mlthj Lyon & Field were. ooinvliilnuntH out the State will join us at JarkHon- for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Augnatt0e..4: :141' t(0( and Ibiy was ilurenilant I have l Invluil ti
days. This was not, however, discovered Fr. .4 III :lIM) 2 III iil>oiinil will ....1I..t |.iul>llo outcry In front of vlllo and proceed a. body. Wo doHlro
In all the Courts of
the State
III! practice in Various "made ( / 25 31MI ::12/1 the eourt hoiim at TltiiHTlllu, Florida
a day. were up
J'liirlcla, and the United State Courts. guesses ( tine .1..1'1 to go into Cleveland:? a Solid
I'artlnor' "" 4/1/ 3 26 2-11 on Monday lay of Se inlNir, lass to Pythian
4 |.0.Ikx,236. T1TU8VILLK, FLA. at the proper length of the year, and / 711 a 11I1 :2 7/1/ the highest| and lost lilddur, for oasis, the tol- train. WILLIAM CLARK Agt
Money to Loan. IS calendars were drawn up in accordance ) 44e./ 3:11I: lowing duiiorllied real estate, bolonliK) to the ,
\ M) f2ll, 311II defendant t..wltlUoJtlllnhllf Yours
with them. But in the of time very truly
course
O5 430 3 IM! nt a point 00 foot omit of the Honth- l'LUMRER STKAJI A GAS FITTER
toIt e the error accumulated with.the result "" 51 112. 4 no) west corner of lot 10 block F, cf the town of Signed : ,

- FREEMAN HALL, that the seasons changed places and the ( 11II4 IIIWI 511St. 41111 Tltunvllle. ..t point per i.eheron's fto east alt>map ntc tie thence north t"11.lIhlBtartlllg silo leo Aibcraft'' K oo II n K and) Sheet Iron Woik.:

vernal equinox, instead of remaining at 70 II 45 II 70 of Main street. 4)1' foot thence north HO) foot to lames Saundoi'H
I ATTORNEY-AT-LAW fixed in the calendar moved ) M 8 uo II M the north boundary line of lot B of said block K, j. H. Plnoiis. Lumps, Piping. and l)roln Pipe, Hntli
a place
II. / III II 1111)' 515/ thence went 441 backward or forward according the 70 t*) 8211 plaoe of t>..|clniilnir, being portion of lot NOB T. II. llogue, Tubs, Water &: INSURANCE AGENT. ..;,. ) M/ ) T 2/1/ II 110 8 and 10 of block, K, of the town of Tltimvtlle
approximation was in excess or defect .' fIO 7 311 II 11II Committee
JA8. K. IIUWMAX ....Electric Bells....
and extra days had to be intercalated or 11I1 71l1! II""
iTitusvllle 1u131-eep4 Sliorllt Ilrevard Co.
Florida. 10 TM Tin -
NaX .. .
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omitted to set things right N an <>r rtn Street,
eo s III 740 '
I Representing all the best and stronp- By the time of Julius Caesar the Ro- 510 ...... Tilt, Nntloiml Kiicaniuiiioiit of the
.Tnc] onvnlo Florida.
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111)II) 70 7 ,
|Insurance Companies. Is prepared man year which consisted of 860 days, : : 0111I no) S 711 Sliurlff'ei! Sale. QrtiiKl Army of the Republic

write lines to any amount anywhere had worked loose by three months, so : 20 0 011 9 2"It'IYnton -
............. 1:1811 1040 10111 94"Unton. St. Paul', Minn.
: the East Coast. that thewinter months had been carried : NDEIt sisal
i liy vented
authority In me by Choice .
...... ,... ..... 1410 IOlI04/ 985lro5raaSo / U virtue or --
LOC an execution tanned
back into autumn. In order to prevent ...,.. ..,.,... 11126 11 fill 1140 10111I 'Circuit In ont of the
m, Court and for Ilrevard county, For the above occasion the ))1'. C. A\ P. Wines, Liquors
snob confusion in future with the aid Fort Lauderllale...... 1/1311/ 1175/ 1154) h,71m.oayne. / Florida on the 4th : e
InesIhu 6 dlly-of May. A I) IHINI, for the
... ..... !
(HCAVNK BAY DADE Cou 'rY. . 1111/1/ Ip 70 12'4e. 111" inn of ( 'and
.1.71"1,211"11I111811 Southern
I, au i of Sosigenea, he fixed the length of the Lemon City.......,... 111311 1l1M1: 1205 Ii 9o1319 of the State Hank of Nan and '4.MO costa, In favor Railway have noon rod a and Cigars.Ounrantoell'uro. .
* W. EWAN i Miami.. .. ,... .. .. Uallie a corporation
year at 888y days or three years of 805 18'10) : 1:111I1:11": : of the State of Florida In a milt pending rate of one cent por mile each way. .
U. S. COMMISSIONER.
32.\1 days followed by one of 866. At the sal nallla, court U plalntllf, wherein the Ball State Hank of Ran Tickets will be Mold Aug. 2f>th,. Doth,
j4*, J. D. RAIISE1t, and E. n. Vlvell and M. F. Hold at reduced
1111 Notary Public State at Largo.I same time to bring back the equinox to Mount are defmidantfl. I have levied upon and 31st and Sept lot, limited for return
I IMI Lands Selected its proper place he intercalated 90 days A8M't nelloral J"'B.Agent will Bell at public, outcry In front of the court prices
made.
Conveyances until 10th.
; house
I door In Tltilitvllle Hravard passage Sept. lay depositing
Zrl, I county,
I rreipondence solicited. Address: into the current year of 855 days making "Florida on the 7th day nf A 1> imM tickets with the at St. Paul Imported
---------- Ko\.tolllber.\ agont an extension -
12111
"" \ Buy View Hotel Cocoanut Grove it 445 days-probably the longest thta tract of land lying county, T..kar wine,
State of Florida t< -wlt i of tho return limit bo obtained
'nit) may from Italy
Office Ewan's Landing. year on record. This was the Julian calendar THE SAME OLD EXCUSE A strip 77 feet wide off' the south Milfl of ...0.
and to it we owe to this day the limn 13, townnhlp 27, Mouth ranire 37 east, Maid until Sept. 30th. This rate IM

leap year, which cornea every fourth There WM a Fbonoeraph la the Room, strip to the of Indian land extendlnx Klver and from the Atlantic 8 ocean. open to tho public. Tickets may bo John B. Togni
; }( acres
FORGE W. ALLEN, ud He SeeMed a Plot. more or lemi; nlno .all the pino.pplea growing procured from any ticket uncut of tho Metropolitan Saloon 123 Kust Hay St.: ,

year.But the approximation on which the "Deceived he hissed, jumping up upon defendant said, land M. ;F.levied Mount on aa and the will property lie Hold of the to F, C. A P., J, T. & K. \V., or F. E. C. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, calendar was baaed though much more and tearing his arm away from around satisfy said execution ,judgment and codtH U'y. The route will bo via F. C. ..IP.\; ,
'Ile"in emirate and convenient than that her yielding waist With three' hasty Trnnpaiuierii' minovltiK" any of ula property 'Vh..I..le anil Itetall......
any will lie dealt with to Southern and A ?
Crescent
iiecurillnn, law Hallway, Queen -
had the little alcoveat ------
strides he reached I
.
ley West Florida. had preceded it. gave too long a year by July 2inl: IHINI.'
to Cincinnati: from Cincinnati
the end of the Thrusting aside ; to
room.
the difference between 865.35 and JAR. E.
I Will practice In the United States 865.3433 the error amounting to a day i the portiere he riveted his gaze upon an Rhurlfl BOWMAN Hrevard county.I St. Paul over any line dexlrod. Thin FURNITURE ** *

lid State Courts. OjunOS in 128 years. In the course of the centuries object lying on the table. It was a ). L. Oanlduii. rate also applies via Columbia Ashevlllo .

the equinox gradually receded to- phonograph. As ho stood there his face Attorney for 1'lalntllT jIl12,11)14lUnHter'H ) and Knoxville The F. C. A I', ROIl WHOLESALE and RETAIL.

LEX ward the beginning of the year. Caesar was a study. The expression of exultation Southern Hallway have boon selected on

ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS SON had fixed it on March 25. By the time that had overspread it the momenthe Sale. account of bolng the only lines running

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW of the council of Nice, held in 835 it saw that his suspicion were verified through sleeping cars from Jacksonville
,
,tt.to fell on the 21st of March and by 1583 had given way to one of deep disgustand
JACKSONVILLE TAVARES FLA. .and by virtue of a decree of fore- to Cincinnati without change. Sleep-
AND from the month that all the eveninghad UNDER
,
March In .. and
it had receded to 11. order to sale, liuuliiir out of the Circuit
Will continue to practice. In the courts restore the equinox to the position it occupied given forth nothing but honeyed Court for lirevard. county, Florida, where Ing car berths may bu scoured by nd- r,
if the Seventh Judicial All worda and sweet kl In Aaron A. l> (lraiiw In complainant' .. and MoiltelliiH dressing ticket agent F. C. i Ir Circuit. in 835 when the counoil of Nice se liars).,. In ,dofmulant I will sell at |>uhllo
msinoKa before the United States and had drawn up regulation. for the fixing "What do I mean?" he hissed again. TltugvlllA"" In front of the court house door, at Jacksonville, Fla.,
enn tate Circuit Courts will receive the "What do I mean? Ia it not enough for FlorltlaJ during the legal hour of orW. D. ALLAN:
of Easter, Pope Gregory, in 1683, directed Bale, on the Klrnt Monday In Hi'pKMnhiT. A II ''r. d
latw;! lorHonal attention of Mr. Alex St. ten days to be suppressed, and as the ;you to have my love without seeking to Isles to the hljcliniit and best hlddnr for each the Flit. Pass. Ag't, ,1"
.
lair-Abrams. following ilemTlhfMl real estate, nlttiated In lire Jacksonville Fla -
get evidence for a breach of promise suit ,
found to amount to three
days yard
error was county State of Florida to-wlt i Lot (5'( ) ,;
in 400 :yean he laid down that in future bottled up in this infernal machine? fire of section (llelev) n, township 87, Mouth of

the last year of every century 'George, you wrong me,'' she gasped, much range I thereof 41 cant, containing aft may be: Hiifllrlent tllMI-too' : to acres raallKa.or the no Advertising, to be successful must

ODGES & GODFREY should be an ordinary :year unless it ia with slightly; regained. composure. amount due the complainant and junta of be continuous. Tho rough edges of
: Bult.etc. skepticism are not ground down in
divisible by 400, in which case it;was to "That U papa's phonograph. It ban been a r t
l lying there unused for months." UKU.: M.uifflu RmUUNI'. day. No biiMlnons' can be prosperous
la be a leap year. Thus 100% will be an without continuous
Manufacturers of p4 fliwolal' Master advertising.
"Don't make it worse by a falsehood
ordinary year, but 2000 will be a leap
." he ratnrued. "See Acre I" Aahe
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fellow Pine Lumber year.Pope Gregory's correction gives an spoke he opened the machine and drew

average year 865.24215 days.or 26 seconds forth a cylinder. .f

ROUGH DRESSED, longer than the true year. These odd At sight of the telltale roll the girl's Southern .

9a Orange Box Head. seconds will amount; to a whole year in face bleached and tears welled up in her -sR.- : !

8,888 year., and ft baa been proposed to i eyes. The young man began to weaken.
Fruit *. Vegetable Crate. allow for this error by providing that. Her evident distress appealed to hia bet Railways
Lumber delivered at any part. of Indian. River ter nature. .
n. n'""""KB bill of lading. contemplat. the year 4000 and all its multiples
IIIK Imlldlnir on tbe Kant!: Coast would do well to shall be common years. But this wouldbe "Why didn't yon tell me this thing ...

''rIte,T. &ror: K.prloeB.W. Ry.The, 0 miles Sawmill south U situated of 1'alatka., on the pedantio foresight, and it Is unnecessary was in the room?" he asked in a not ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. for runNI'runp prlco", freight of| every|>al
to distress the question whether the unkind tone of voice. 111.00..

Usunia Ulghts, Putnam co., Fla. year 4000 ought or ought not to be a "Because George, I didn't think it 11 Kant Hay at.'K. M. VETTING JACKHUNVIIXR FLA
*
leap year. In agea yet to come, when warn necessary. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS DINING.

the friction of the tides has so retarded "Not necessary!t" he almost-shrieked CARS THOROUGHFARE COACHES

NATIONAL -T" the rotation of the earth that 865 daya "when every word I uttered was being WEAK MEN MADE VUOBOUS.

ire HomeSeekersEAL make a year leap years will be unneces i recorded on this cylinder VESTIBULED TRAINS.

.ary. But that i. a still remoter contingency "Everything.wi against me," she G

and in the meantime Pope Greg returned, with a sob, "but, George, believe rte 1't' Q
ESTATE .
EXCHANGE NoRm AND SAlT. NORTH AND WR.T.Nw l iIMat"PiFFfi'
on'. calendar i. likely to remain lu ita me when I cay 111didn't .
form. know it was. loaded."-New York .
Scotsman.A
present -Edinburgh .. lIf.. as 740.' 13
World. Vw U. a. ria. II... b
Exchanging Property for Property aPecialty. ..._. ..i
invUlon of YII RmdlI.
All Tralse Dall,. Llm'td. Fret All Tralne D.IIy. cud '"Inwl<''' .
II Send Description of what Putettio What do thinkof Chloaco PewU.Four MaU. Cia' Espr'..' :: :
Perry yon Sets ......,rrT17 and qu :rll. CCeres; when all
. yoU have, and what you want. this here idee of the progrem of the local newspaper men were comparing man others r.n.ver oenfair va Masiqsur.. -.... "nlilood old

I., MALABAR Indian FLORIDA.C. country beta mostly) doo to the division note recently on the restaurant LY J'ek'vtll.. P.O./P..10: am 146 pm Lv.: :'J.oksoovlll.; r. O. P. 0 46 pm 3-; .m r: .= fU'1j.tul;". .' Ab..lwNl"., Loot "Yrar.
:
River .. '
SR.Fl Ifhll l/ml..l
.1 d of labor they have known. L.Jv.reU..O'.P."IOBT.m'llp.: .. E."not: M0.h.rs"" .. 0 >:''pmI9 1 MI.' am aiIC. _"'. ... _u...w.r D'"
.. C. CARROLL, Wataon Oh I it ia "Saw a novel device in Chicago not xrv.lIth.r.. ..... 'T1 .m "610 prn .,.NM at14f.ele.o'/nl''I: ttvetushf.* ere I r
Wayworn gueaa Lvbv.A.AP..179Apm ll >aDm .. Atlanta. ...... 550 am 16 pm ,,"nI.Idr.U.M.. : f.r,1'oonnumptlou,
long said one. "Friend took me \ ...... .. .
all right but they needn't take the ago, LvCblamblaouth'o..m boom C..ta nnnfr Of ".. Ii M pm 10 ana ) ........ woribl_ .I."a. o'tar ..
.
Real Estate Agent. .. : "MI. a, .4.,Bali Ise. .on b..
through a big cheap Jewelry factory., Clnelnuatt a 0., 7 III 1 B
"
trouble to divide no labor'with met- 6rCharluta.Jloath'a.' ......... 110 1'- I. aID am IIOH' Ins .. ksit.... .n4 fnr ...
Rabies by the quart, diamond by the or LIt u..111 at He,ti tb eras 7 ana '' Cain .cura la v..{ I'ni.paq '
Cincinnati Enquirer. .. Mr. C. wIsoli.. nw 'r.," A.pPmwuno
... .. In.m .pm slop
[Pineapple pint. Gold ring till you couldn't rentWhat' arWash'gnonth'n. Lv. "laot. 'T'hr. i ..... .... .......r ..
and Lemon
Orange ,'l'lM1tJmo..P........... IOO.mlllbpm "'.. Blrmina1hsmltenthsrn 1710: pIn .. ........ ..rralar3 v..vsrA1ih.d
Left ........ here? said 1..1 pointed to a 100 : Y.mp"' .. q.; a M. a n. 10 ao pm .......... M l.hLw&I.1Wld. '., "lola_ 1110
Land For Sale, Cheap. glaaa jar filled with pellets.1 LrPbIL'phnaPa.ftL..1015 aID E.o.SqLa/tl.IB..a19 pm.beagle ..........
'Pearls, said the creamy foreman. 'Ten arNewyorkP..RIt........ 1145pmloam .. .... ... ... .. .. ..... .. ,. ....... Sold by J. II. Soreven, only.
Jf_ A i
I have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland cent. a gro e We sell 'em to the cheap / 1M "Iliad ., ,he .lIIr." I' Dally
restaurant men'
on St. Lucie river, .a few miles be- 'What for?' L ;.5 ...l.kYlII.....f.JPM. ... .I1pmamt' TIME TO ALL
aaya tta.aala. ........... QUICK
low Eden, 40 of which being northeast They drop one in each plate of CoIDJllbla. Southen..2.! .......... 010 aID

quarter of northeast quarter of section oyster stew,' says the foreman. ..Mp.rt......YlI.obarg... Il'i/'Plo.: ....1141 140 pm am POINTS NAMED EKa i.

18, township 88, south of range 41 east; 'Wb>>for?' says I again Li,..Aabevtlle. (:ea. Tlmw.. II 110 pm

the other 40 U the northeast quarter 'Customer scrapea round in *atew.Doean't ,5 .Ot KDeavUlel oIaaa..Q. C c................. 7.1.3 :oBb.s

of southeast quarter of section 3, see any ojsteta.: Grand kick train leave Everett for Brunawlak( a. T gOO a. .... "aU,. Tarooca Pollraan sleeper.InekaoDvUle .
rind Grin rv
township 88, south of range 41 east. coming. pearL ecstatically. &Ctacianall' via Aahevllle. .

The above land can be bought for $10 alow.flnaaka Doean't pearl into Teat pocket. check EU. For full information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway : ft-:AR
complain. Pay "
Per acre. It la suitable for pineapple, and goes away smiling gee "-Cleveland System or its connections. tf.*. OO.PRYATaNT *;

orange, lemon lime 1tI .and'-Handbgok wSi..o... .
or growing.
Plain Dealer. y'
W. & TUBE W.H. OREEV J. M. GULP, B. H. HABDWIOr, .:H u.. a < Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for ... ... ..
__Faea. AgesGoo...operlnleWantOacton. ....... TraJBe ........ Aw ONo. Paes. Aft.. .al.k.ae'.Ieyor i 1iI.
cash. This land will coon be worth *30 I TIM)largest pin* in the northwest warn D.CL Waekla Vi>a. D. a Wanla u... D. a A.......lie., .__11:lafrNO..krM Iw >4
Per acre. j but recently la Oconto OOIID"", Wl.*. It =
"Motber'e unpacked your bag; uncle [was 7 feet I incbea at UM baa*, and cut 'W. D. ALLEY, fiftC:311 1g.oIuCt !
Apply to C. H. Walton ADVOCATE: .
and.,. J"OU"n" brought everything except Florida !* .... Afvat, o-
W* 1 S foot IOTA scaling or 8 COO feet of
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office ............
; or to Bobbins A Graham, Tltua. :yon hsG4eu h.-Judy- ''IambY. worth 17 W... ta, .'.....JACEIONVILL4 PW. =- .m
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t I II" it is not majority) I specious promises and fulsome arguments the appeal, in both, to sectional and E.taWlebed 1885.' "VV" .:n.1Cc1-.A.; l\tQn:
a
1 -f INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE + cerely hope class prejudices.The In every section at once to sell ,
: can be of the opinion that it wouldbe of the advocates of free whole tone of the two convention L. BARBOT &: CO. goods dealers; no peddling: experiro Ita p,
i such decidedly silver into cutting their own the west againstthe best side
I a good thing to take a was sectional and class- unnecessary; line a---,OO ,
1 ), Office: Washington Avenue, Tltusvilh backward step, to deliber- throats, and providing for 'them- east the poor against the rich. Commission. month. Salary and expenses] or1 I

"' !. Indian River, Florida. place their country on a selves harder times in the future Plutocrats, bloated bondholders, mort In General .., commission made. Address, Wlth2
I ately gagees and gold-bugs, was the matter stamp for sealed particulars,Clifton
lower scale, lose caste, as it were,, than they are passing through at argument of many of the orators. The M S3 .., Z* o .., d and Manufacturing Company Unc1'Sot.?

.WKEKLV JOUKNAL DJCVOTED' TO THE DKVKL among the great nations of the present. The average voter is,, fathers of the republic-Washington,, a: .;9 s g a<= &w natl, Ohio. '

OPJUBHT 0V THB INDIA KIVEU, LA.1eI world, is a conundrum that passethall however, intelligent enough to read Jefferson, Madison and others, warn us -a-:; F+ p.a, = ,cd--g
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,I '. Y'I* WORTH AND WINOAVMK IIAVSBOTIUKK.PDBLI8MKD understanding. There are thousands and think for himself, and there is against this demagoguery M the greatest .:=g S: S w:: S "n9a -w
N
to the republic.The .,
n danger p. v.3 J. S. JOHNSON
little fear but that when the time
of democrats who, though silver advocacy is full of this CO.

i 1'i'LLi''I' I t EVERY FUIDAV.CHA they are at variance with the comes he will cast his vote on the Even In our own county, last week, one 329 & 331 Poydras St.,

i' T Chicago platform on the money side of right and .honeaty.IEMOCICATIC of that class told us In your paper that NEW ORLEANS, Manufacturer! of _
f'' H. WALTON, Kill tor..SProvcIeUir.Twelve "bankers and real estate owners will\ LA.
"'I'i question, still prefer to abide doggedly surely be swept from the face of the Canal Dank. ....Fishing Supplies.,,.
d'i 4 by the dictates of the leaders NOIUIN)::) S. eaith." This is exactly the tone that REFERE'CEIetrollulltan:' : ( Bank.

NayI Subarrlptlnn.f of their party, than to aid their preceded the French revolution, In those Commercial Aicenci

+ r moiitlnii Jl.JHl country in the hour of need by doing Names of Successful! Candidates. assemblies which prepared the way foi
r1, ( ? nix Lan the murder of six millions of people, and Remember the ADVOCATE, Titus-
[
I .60 everything in their power to Committee of the Democratic .
Tho
Three Working for the iron Napoleon's military despotism villa, docs nil kinds of job printing. Give
4, ,{ I' I Sliilo copy, ,' frustrate a policy fraught with so Executive Committee of Brevard that followed it. us a share of your work.] ,
+ / Strictly, In advance much danger to the republic. They county met at the Court-house'fhtas- Another fact, which is utterly ignored Cotton and Linen Netting; Rop
I leave their villa Monday, to make an official 1 canvass or slurred, over, is the contradiction -Send to the ADVOCATE office and Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. FiKhin':
,
i cannot
say they party of the primary election! and declare the Involved in the assertion that silver win get rice Information respecting the new Tackle of every Description.; Hoot;
I The above' a of pont forgetting that the shoe! is on the same. They had an all-day session, the demonetized in 1M73, with the issue waterworks system for houses, forms, Lines, Rods, Keels, Sinkers, Units, etc

Ir I Y Y ago Rulmcrliitluna,a ran: commence any time other foot-that it is their party following-named candidates being declared from the mints of the country in these etc. No overhead tanks used. Thin Is: T- TARPON TACKLE A 1.tn.\LT1:

n' c.1, f r' during the yoar.III"oontllllllm..o. that is l leaving them, when it pro- the nominees of the democratic twenty-three years of 4iOOt:! 10,000 of silver said to bo a fine Invention. Circularssent I Baltimore, .
such heretical financial }party; to be voted for October 0, II .j pounds -
f tif ntlvtn. munt he nmcle 1 err times whenit Representative, It. A. lia rdee. In the whole previous period from the ---- ---._ -- .. -
There -----
doctrines.
are JI.\ S. Jones. -------
Jiulgc, .
County foundation of government.Our
our
1 i tMs olllce In by writing
mmlly at is the duty: of all citizens to lay Cleric of Com, A. A. Stewart. great Webster defines demoneti
T .a'Fe ) party considerations aside, and do hlieilir, J. 1*. Brown. zation as "depriving( of value, withdrawing W.] B.: DAWSON
Address all conimunlciitlnnii to U. r Gaulden. ,
)'1 what conscience tells them is best Prosecuting Atty., > from use as currency." It is a pertinent
INDIAN niVEIl ADVOCATE, Tax Assessor, .J. F. Woolen. question whether the coinage of
it I fyJ for their country, and those times Collector, E. W. Hall. 211,1100,0110< ) ( In twenty-three years as Wholesale and Retail

TITUIIVIM.IC, FLORIDA. are with us.now. We believe that Supt. Tub. InsticnJ. II. Sams. against less than $\
1 day by day the cause of soundmonl.'Y Fischer and Keaster( were found to have eighty years, can bo honestly called putting
r/I1/ is gaining ground, and that tied-n rather unusual occnrrencoandIn silver out of circulation or destroying WINE & MERCHANT
r41 ',' Check,eta.,may lio. made pnyable to CII AItJ.ltK there consequence of this, they will have its value as money ? The truth Is, LIQUOR
ti II. WALTON,jmlilliilier and) )proprietor. by the time of the election another race for the olllce on SatunUy, the government has literally raised that

.,___.__ ._.__ .__ 00- ._ will be such a revulsion of sentiment Sept. J 12th. amount of silver from bullion value to
F I as will plainly demonstratethe The County Executive, nominated coinage value, and it Is not honest to tell
i truth of Lincoln's aphorism the primary, consists of the following-: the people that their hard times are attributable 1 19 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
:1. 1 A REPORT of the republican convention named gentlemen: It. C. Creech, M. S. to the demonetization of ,
,t. Melbourne: crowded out that "you can't fool all of the peo- bams! J. M.\ Minor\ '1'. Johnson, N. N. silver.

of last issue, will be found upon ple all of the time. Penny, A. Mathls, S. 8.. Jones, F. C. One more fact, I would l notice before Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havana,,
DeSteuben.Messrs.
J.
Poppe ,: closing this paper. The politicians and
r, t., U our second page. A. l>. Hatch, I>. E. Miller' and partisan papers have much to say about
THE REPUBLICANS OF BRE- J. 8. Snuwden comprise the School I the bond issues, and it suits them now Mexican and Florida Cigars.

silver Board, und the following are nominated to abuse the president nnd his cabinet in
fi ; THAT the leaders, of the free YARD COUNTYHave
r, as justices of the peace and constablesof '' no measured terms, because he borrowed FINE,, I+ A.NCY G-ll.OCEI ,
tf I ; movement are honest in their the various districts: 'I' money to meet the expenses of govern
4'I ( convictions as to the benefit this put a fairly strong ticket I>IHT. JUSTICE PKACK.: C'ONHTAHLK.: I, ment. They forget or Ignore the fact WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon -upwards. I handle no Compound 1 Gowk

t I'i : country will derive from it we will Into the field, but it will scarcelybe No. 1. K. C. iibson. J. Boyd.!Smith. that a congress of their own party des- ir:! Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.
U.
$$1'' a admit, but that they believe that it strong enough to oust any of :2 t., B.B. F.K. Beal.Wilson. None.I. 8.. the troyed expenses a revenue of government system that, and did enact-meet If you wish to open an account you must give first-class: city reference!

is an honest policy is another mut the democratic nominees. Personally .. J. M. Sanders J. A. 1'ayno. ed one (which Mr. Cleveland refused to --- -----.-
ter. No sensible or honorable man that 5. W. A. HOllllch. O. II. Snell.n. and called under which
l j L we are of the opinion sign an outrage),
w that it is hone W. M. Kly. D. E. Smith. has declined industries have
} + can possibly assert politics should be as far as possible 7. C. L. Ilowell. :None. revenue BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.
been paralyzed, business stagnated, and
l ; est to shirk half of his obligations elections
'1' left out of county I 8.:! AV. A. Lowder. C. L. 1'al'ko.II. the government compelled to borrow ,
either by legislation or otherwise, and we would gladly welcome the (,. J. S. Bell. 'V.W.Belchel'! money. Much is said of the McKinley

(, i and yet that is precisely what the day when the best'man is elected, 10. K. A. Ireland. J. E. Watson. revenue law as cutting off revenue, and
d silverites trying to do. 11. J. M. Lee. It. W. Swain. the Wilson law as bringing In revenue.
are irrespective of party, but we Wholesale Goods Hollso1TACKSON'V
None.
t None.
12. The facts,from official reports, are these: Dry
I scarcely dare hope we 'hall ever 13.:! E. V. Hall. A. B. Carter. The Wilson law lots been in force two ,

''l THE political pot has been boil. see it. There are at present a 11. T. II. Sanders. F.L.Whitlocklr years; the customs revenue for the first

1 I, h t ing for some time past, and the great many disgruntled democratswho 1t.(;. "III W. C. Peterson. Ed. Johnson. year wns :$152,000,000! ( ) () the second year IZJI.JE, FL. ....
$101,000,000.( ) The McKinley law was in
K newspapers have been full of political if the election was held im
t V None force three years, with an average revenue -
>None.
s' The reader would vote for
; articles. average mediately, probably JN. [ of fl 71,000,001.1,( a year or $lUCHOOmore ) We offer at Special Prices :
can now turn to the ADVOCATE witha the republican nominee, or stay 10. J per year than the best year of the Men's Bathing Suits from $5.00 to $12.00 per dozen.A .
lwt sigh of relief from some of the away from the polls altogether, 20. C. ThlKpln. .J. R. Ragan./ Wilson law True, the last year of the lot of new and second-hand Show-cases, in good order.
21. J. M. Owe!. lly. Larsen. McKinley 1 law the revenue was $132,000000 \ ()( ,- Big lot of SUMMER UNDKKSHIUTS, IIOSIEKY, SUSPENDERS: ,
in order of sober
+ to months thoughtwill
; !; h' It ( partisan papers, give but three 2- )l Robert Ayers. Z. Cavender. ()() ), or $20,000,000:! )() ( () loss than the first Malaga Straw Hats, for rough; wear; Fish hooks, Mosquito nets, tine meads
s his mind a short respite from so bring most of them back to Arthur Walker.A .
f
year of tho Wilson law; but this Is easily made on frames and without. Our prices are right.
i t { much political bosh. A little politics the democratic fold. In the present explainable, on the ground that tho Dealers, let us hear from you.

t i :, s in a newspaper is a good thing, aspect of affairs the republican Wilson law was coming In, and importers
I
& CO.
# FEW TIMELY FACTS. BENEDICT POLLAK
waited for the lower rates. ,
( but too much of it is apt to nauseate party never had a, better op- ,
One fact more may be stated: It is 32 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
1 many of our newspaper read portunity to elect some of their that the number of articles coming into ,
l who not all politicians andolllceseekers. nominees than now and they will Gold Vs. Silver. -- --
lp ers, are this country free, under the McKinley -- -- ----- ---

f work hard to attain that result. It I Editor Advocate : law, was larger than under the Wilson JAMBS TIUTCHABO, President; W. M. Biiowir, Vice-President;
do therefore for the demo law, but the free things were no( such C. S. Cashier.
will not Tho financial condition of our country Schuyler,
v THE oflloial canvass of the votes ocrats to underrate the strength find the various theories brought for- M the were masses produced need; In and this the country highly-taxed, which
ward to account for It, with the remedies
of their n buttle the luxuries of the l'lch- RIVER STATE BANK
cast at the recent democratic primary opponents-many conrlduntly proposed as the cure for all things were INDIAN
f ; 'I' has resulted in the votes for has been, lost thereby. The republicans our industrial and financial ills, require lilgh-grndo silks, cloths and wines, cigars, ,
uxuries of all kinds such things as
Messrs.' Feaster and Fischer for have a way of accompllshlng the earnest and honest consideration of ,
:come in competition with American la- (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida)
effective work without M thoughtful people and nil lovers of
I the county treasurership being declared very >or-the )products of the cheap or pauper
much 'noise about it mir common country. We doubt not the Authorized capital, $1 oOooe
making labor of other lands.
s + ;!'I 'I a tie, instead of Feaster! having lionest patriotism of the great mass of '_
: vl and It would be well for their opponents OlJSKItVKtt. Paid up capital, $25OOC
L I a majority of three. This will our people; but now, no less than in
necessitate another primary, which to remember that much times past, there Is a certain percentage, ,, ..1 Average deposits, $150OOC

t will be held September 12. We do talking will not always carry the specially among meD who make politics As H. KzplKlntxl It.
'a lay. business, who put themselves on the She takes a great deal of interest in Transacts a General Banlinl
not suppose that particularly ;rostof every wave ,of popular exclte- .
theatrical matters and remarked to the
large vote will be polled, but it is The platform adopted at the font and raise tlio demagogue's cry of
4r r convention 2nd roung man: : ., Business
to be hoped that as many as can Melbourne (see the dear People There are honest -
"These costar
t" far it relates to couny itatesmon, the study of whoso lives l is singers are very popular -
as
) as
possibly do so will attend the polls page ,
at present""Yes the Elli!
political the changes in theigrloultur&l ; Largest and Oldest! Bank on
the whole economy ,..
f It is impossible to foretell what ; affairs, is, on a goodne / mining: commercial and ," he replied nervously. z
c will be the result of the final heat and will be acceptable' to a other activities and Interests of their ''I wonder why they call them cos Exchange( told on all Foreign Countriw.

I'' ; between the two candidates, as it large number of democrats ; and, country, which require changes tad ters?" she went on in a pensive tone.

will simply depend on which of the in these days, when so many are adaptations of Its laws to meet these "I don't know, unless it's because it DIRECTORS,w B.lbRNETTll'r..ldtnt I IJ (

t two has the most supporters who on the fence, it will take but littleto changing/ conditions and needs. Facts, costs half a week's salary to go and hear of the PRI'rOHARD National Bank of JacksnnvrlleJ.e) ,
not theories, are the matter with which of them." Star. DUKKBB Vloe-1'renlilent National) ard
i will go to the trouble of voting a overbalance them either way. the statesman deals, and by which he one Washington ; Jacksonville( ), and W. M. iiaowS.CORRESPONDENT' .

!, second time, and this will be a very shapes his political action. .
for either of The politician Is different creature : De Wolf Hopper's new opera, "El Seaboard National Bank of New York <'
M unsatisfactory way SOUND MONEY. Ills study is not laws: except as they are Capitan," by Charles Klein and John sr ; National Hank of Jacksonville. *
11 al them to get the nomination ; how made in tho interest of himself, his creatures Philip Sous, hut made a big hit in

ever, under the primary system it ,"The man of all others who or his party. The chief aim of all New York. '1..I.rUSVILLE, F LA..
ill unavoidable and abide very his study and activity Is how to make -
we must
the interest in soundcurrency Henry E. has abandoned his --
has deepest a DUey ---
votes, and he is not careful or scrupulousof -- -
s by the result. There are no changes who suffers most by mischievous his means or instruments. Ills appeals starring tour and is now regularly ',V. J. HILL. H. )\(. PAI'WORT"South
of consequence in the votes cast legislation in money matters are ordinarily to the ignorance or working for a manager just like any
for any of the other candidates. whoearns his the prejudice of the masses, to their ordinary iiotor.
is the man daily
,
i I bread'by his dully toil." So said passions gone; He rather Is especially than to careful their to Intelli IgnOl'efaets A number of very large and highprioL Florida Wholesale House
d vaudeville
I ; IN our youth we used to play u Daniel Webster, and with a little which bear upon and dominate organizations will invade -
called "Follow-my-leader," in that he current questions and interests, but the legitimate next season, and-
game thought it is to see
easy lose Iota of money. w :J": HIL: :: :LJ: cS1 OO.
which one boy led the way-and the spoke truly. Take for instance drags to tho front dead Issues and blowsup + :

I rest had to follow him blindly the employes of railway companies the dying: embers of hates and antagonisms Blanche Burton hat succeeded Annie _........... .uw._........_.fl> ........
which are almost and ought to O'Neill, who married Congressman Miner AD.D.
wherever he went, whether he led and manufacturing companies ; in bo altogether forgotten. The politician '
in the part of Jewel in "The Gov.
the way through water, over ob the event of free silver gaining the Is especially, n partizan. Ho hates freedom error of Kentucky.A Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders'
stacles almost inaccessible to of political. thought and action a ,
,
in the
1 many the employof
day), wage-earner certain circus performer advertise
good deal I more than lie hates the devil,
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-' of us, by wood or by Inlet as a such companies would of'' necessity himself "The Kinds
for he sees that: in independent thinking naively as Human Ar Materials of all ,
\ rule we followed faithfully, but have his wages reduced, for and voting: Is the death of his vocation. row." No one knows why, but he ia *_

) .l every now and then the leader most of these companies hating, The true function of political parties Is satisfied and that makes it all right S.AN'FC>B.D: :F-LOB.XCA.: :
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( would plunge us into difficulties borrowed from foreign that: of schools of thought for tie oduoutlon anyway. _
money of the masses, aa to the Interpretation -
which for us there was no surmounting sources on the understanding that _.
of the constitution and the -
jt and we were forced to their obligations are to be paid i in enactment of laws for Its application to Plato for Sale.

fall out of line. In the came way gold, would have to pay twice tile the needs of the people. The perversionof MIAMI !
the leaders of the democratic this Idea of. political schools or par-! A fine, mahogany, square piano for *
party States dollars
amount in United ,
ties is their degeneration Into the machine sale in Titusville; cost $;;00; will sell for
I have led us, and we have dutifully the dollar having dropped to one. destructive\ of all Individualismof flO:! ) cash, or on time.For .

followed, till they have brought us half its value in the foreign mark-, thought and actionwhich( is the only further pnrtltulars address,

to the brink of a financial quagmire ets. Then, again, the manufac true democracy) and the. enslavement of PIANO, !

r. into which we haveno, desire turer who uses imported material ,the cltixen. To the politician, the very Care of TI ADVOCATE tuavUleoJr.la., Town Lots Now on Sale
t beau ideal of a good party man la one
which
I V to plunge, and it were much would have to pay twice as much who will allow a collar to be put around

I', a.' better to avoid. The lessons of for such material, and to meet this ate neck marked, "My dog Regular. The Consult James Mott,

I history, the experience of other increase in expenses he would be bo**." Nothing can make an intelligent -

: t'r silver standard countries, and common forced to economize in some U. lover of hia country despair of her Orlando Nursery, for orange, lemon A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For
future sooner than to see the sentimentgrowing and fruit vines and
honesty should be enough to reetion or other and the cutting grape trees, grape ,
its voters that party
among Marshal Kiel rowes.
keep us from following the popu- down of wages will be the inevitable dominance ia to go before conviction or JAMES' MOTT, Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
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'I listio will-o'-the-wisp, which would result. Gradually prices will principle. Here U the fruitful sphere of Orlando, Fla.

.It, 'f lead us astray, clothed In the stolen rise, and perhaps wages will rise the: demagogue, of the professional politician
whose motto la : "My party-
garb of a once honored and honorable with them; if they do the wage. right or wrong." Our hope for the future Io'ruttValltet.. CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY

\ democracy. earner will not be benefited ; he of our beloved is that the! -

will have a little more money, but ndepend at voter Is count In the land; Ripe, or nearly ripe pineapples; also In all of the Selected
parts
Dtelligeace la growing, and in proportion guavas, mangoes sugar-apples, alligator Town. Carefully
We are wont to look down upon the rise in the price of commodities to ita growth, party ties are weaknlng. pea r, limes, bananas and other tropical
the silver standard countries of the will equal that, and he is no and semi-tropical fruits wanted. The Fruit and Vegetable Lands onIVTiami

j world as '''being semi-civilized and better off than when his wages In Illustration of all I have said, let highest market price paid. .
Address It. C. Rains, fruit dealer 25 : 'River rand :Oa3OiscaYJlc.:
,
few facta ones
I altogether on a lower plane than were first reduced.It me present a -pregnant ,
; those using' gold as a is to be hoped that the large I think. No thoughtful atudent of hls- Hogan street, Jacksonville, Fla. :yf: Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
Cory can note the tone 'of utterance in
How BO great a portion of standard'j army of wage-earners in the United the Chicago and FLORIDA.
the
two conventions
,; Advertise In the ADVOCATE: If you Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI
5; ale of the United States ( States cannot be cajoled by the the populist at St. Louis-and fall to aee wont to Increase your business. ,





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S. Department of Agriculture thickest. Down on hands and knees "model"] teacher-one that won't dance ASK the recovereddvRpcptica

Bureau-Jupiter Fla. scraping and scooping Into the big play cards, go sailing on Sunday etc., bilious G. G. SPRINGER ,
Veather straw hats; everybody full of childlike etc. It does not make much difference auKcrara, victim' o(
ami the
excitement and enthusiasm. Is there about the teaching as long as the jtevcr mercurial, dlitaaed ague.
I following I Is a comparative state- e
The any place where men and women enjoy above rules are followed.Fort how they re
of temperature and rainfall for the themselves covered"...althcheer..
so thoroughly as at the seaside \ Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper OfI -----"
Seek ending Tuesday Aug. 11, 1896.I ? Reserve la thrown off-they become ful spirits an will ash ,
tell
appetite;lliry
1803:
I; 18004TK natural-for a Lime they are again Pierce.Quite you taking' SIM-
MAX. :MIN. MAX. :lIIN.II children of the Mother cllbtl\ .. KKOULA10M. -
great, good
if, 88 77 81)\ 75 Nature I e 1 .
Soon the hats are tilled toovortlowing I ICE ANDY :
7n :87 7t
II 03 : and number of people took advantage -
Ki 89! 73 85 70 are brought and laid inn i our The Cheapest. Purest and Bent. Family
.1 row to wait for a great feast on the of the cheap rate excursion to Metllcln In the. World I _
73 80 75
; 88 sands after tea. Then at night, the Jacksonville For DYSPK1-8IA, CONSTIPATION'\ lann. ---
,"i; 88 75 88 81 romantic picturesquenoseofadrift-wtwd on Wednesday. dice,niliounallarkHSlCli, II KAD AC UK Colic

,1 88 77 78 88 88 81 77 lire, the gipsy kettle the circle aroundthe Mr. Howard gave: two voiy interesting Uvprewlnii Heartburn. tic of Spirit.this. ,unrivalled HOUK bTUMACH remedy I., Distilled Waiter

'i 88 blaze the figures cut out In sharp sermons last Sunday to largo congiega- warranted nut to contain a .1n 10 particle of
Total l'alnfalUor the week: 2:28: Inches silhouettes or in high relief of radiant Lions In the church. MIKCLKY: ur any mineral aubHiance but !isPUUEI.1'

icuarture from normal rainfall for the glow the quick brightness and play of Baptist VK15KTAHLU.containing .
Coolers.c'roRlrs.
Ice Chests Freezers and Water
oak: plus 1.08 inched. Departure light on the moving li lousy about The trndebontMeidiuut, of New York ttione Southern tatty and Herbs Refrigerators, ,

normal rainfall since January 1, the fantastic dance of tho long U. has been it dock which mi all-wlHO rruvlttrnce.has plaro.l In.
out shadows" Capt. Kitchlug < our countries where Liver I>IBW HU must prevail.It
F .......
inches. the .......
:! sands. Could
llus 3.oi on lighted for the last. few will cure all Ol caused by Deranne
d.iys.W'o
J. IV. CKONK Observer we persuade one of the party to writeof \ merit of the liver and Itowrla. Cocoa ,and West Palm JSench.
SYMI-roMh of Liver Complaint are a
it ho have had deal of rain The
would Never a good
: ,
say was a jollier Vain In the
bluer or bad taste' In the mouth;
-'TBanyan. .. .. .. ... : ..
party never was more fun while waiting lately. Buck, Sides or JointH ofton :mistaken for RhoumntiHtii - -- -- -- -- -- --
for soup to boil, never WAS done toa ; sour Stomach; Long of Appetite;
delicious soup Mr.\ J. T. llevlll! Snake: Creek, has Bowel nltrnmtely rnntlve and lax; HemUictiPj.
more turn, never was more Loss of Mumoiy, with a rninful .ensntlunhavinlr of SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS
delightful accompaniment to a. banquet been on a visit to his people here. Ho fttilfil to do! Mi'iiu'tluntf which ullllht 10

I The ADVOOATK seems to be still forgjig ,' than the song-tho sea song never were loft Tuesday for his work. have been dune; Debility of the;Skin Low and Spirits! KveK, u,a thickpallow JryCoufth ,

ahead-picking up new subscribers better after-dinner stories told, naught often appearance mlHInken for Consumption.. :
of all the soiHon's will be Capt. R. A. Hardeo was in town till Sometimes of UIVBU symptoms attend
111 the time. enjoyment ninny
longer rcmembeied. week. the duress at other very few; but (lie I.IVKH I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-
j This vicinity was visited by much-- la irnnernlly4he Ht>ut of .the dmeiiHe, and, if not
ceded rain this and last week. The festival passed oft very RUOCOHHlully. KvKtilnted In time, Free' sufferind, wretched.
netaend l DnAIit tilenxue. class SEEDS in the State
':Messrs.: J. K. and W. J. Uagan: are [Send the ADVOCATE: an order for any Tho tableaus etc., were well The follow'inif highly eBtremed permmaatlesl.
job printing you need.] to the.vtrtiu-H. t>f biininoiiH Liver Keiounton
Lvparlug some rich land for celery and rendered. The amount collected w.w; Urn \\. S Holt Pres. us. S.W. H. K. (;",1; Rev. :xr SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering olnow'here. All :Seeds: tell'oll
|ti'a wherries. twenty-eight dollars. I. R. Folders ferry, O".| Cut It K. Sparks, Al- 1t"flll'uConI.. out.
... Sheriff ItibbCu.,
b..ny0. ; C. loh.i..on,RII'I' ,
'essrs. J. R. Carter and family T. Roseland.Mr. Ua.( Hon. Alexander 1 II Stephens.\ L. CAMERON Seedsman

iimpbell and Edward Porter have nil know"We thai tiny for tested Dys.ep.la its virtue, liiltouanvM. personally and and 125 East Day St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

ftinnod from a visit to Madison[ county.Mr. Cocoa.Uncle Throbbing Headm-he It U t he best medicine, the .
E. Stokes came up from Woodlcy world. ever aaw. We tried. forty other. remedle
John I. Sanders and family have on Saturday and spent Sunday with his bel.S""Ollil" UverKeKtilator.but nnmKaveIIH '
lotiirued from their trip to Georgia. family.Mr. Eil. Cover has been quite ill fora more than temporary relief; but the kegulator "
: [ not only rellfvrii, but cured ua."-ED.TELKOKAPII A Fertilizer for Fruit. c./ .
Vi'o noticed Capt. Henry CaRper s.xll- L. C. Moore made a flying trip on : week. ANn MESHKNOtK, MllCon, (.t..
M""I'.'AC'l't""I' ONLY "V"
|ng around on Sunday 1\Rt.: accompanied Monday to Mnlboui and Eau GI\l1tO. Mrs. M. E. 11111, Mrs O. K. Wood, and J. H. ZblLIN & CO., Philadelphia, r...
tv four of Eau Gallie's most charming returning by train the same day. "
[ruling ladies. Miss Addle Wood took In the excursion --- - -- :-.-=: .= =:-..:-_=-= -:-:; "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer,
Mr. W. Gibson has returned fl'ol1a to Jacksonville\ on Wednesday.Mr. Jim Kevno.
Judging from what wo can hear, Capt. short visit to his homestead at AVoodley : ::
"I Janus Ktxmo, JimKtMMio 3FrlooMolHtnre. $ S.Oo UPor Tom.::
klimick It. Andrews is ill at his saw
Is the choice of the majority of and is at present engaged caulking mm ;N. quite
him tho other duy
knows ,
the people hereabouts fOl'Senator.Reams. painting Mr. Moore's sailboat home. Pr. Scofleld is attending him. as everybody OUAHANrl'BBD ANALYSIS :........ '
of his frUuuhi
in New York one
nuy \ ... .8 to 10( Pot Cent.'
Mr. J. McCauley\ : started on Saturday Rev F" M. C. Ends 1 preached hero last in the WnMliiiiKtou Star. "He is preparing .

for his home in Georgia but Florid.i Sunday morning;, and Kev. E, V. Blackman to ciid his business career us he began Ammonia: IJS to II" ?
I must have attraction for him Plumphorlo Acid ,5/ to I'' "
a strong filled his pulpit at night. it, aiming i in the went and him purchased : .
as ho had got no farther on his way some extensive gold proprrtii'H. Potash (Actual). . It to rt "
than Eon Gallic Rev. H. F. Drown Is expected to fill
Wo have enjoyed several heavy show- on Monday.We thong them being one in California 1\10..10. exclusively from Bright! Cotton Seed Meal( Nitrate of Soda Blond' Don.'

its of rain luring the past week. are now having frequent showers his appointment at St. Mark's church that he owe lost money In when he DIMllolvcllll'hoMl'hnttJ. Flno round I 'fnhlccu'It.OI11I1./ and Sulphate: of !I'otnxh.

Sallie ; of who has which, are benefiting tho orange groves next Sunday morning and evening. could not afford to, Kwo. Keene'ii life BfaP" Write for dliwtloim for twiiid! and tint hot nnrUciilitm I \ ; also ask forcopy '
Miss Foppel Seville the of "Kfonoinioiil Kortlll/tiitf( for FI'lIltVo stuck of nil )Ki'itlll
quite pOl'ceptably.o'ol.tnuately largo
carry
prosout reiiiiirkubla Ho a
been wits
her Mr. and Mrs The beautiful residence of Mr Edward< bus u one.
n'cn visiting cousins rains were unaccompanied by the and in sec: Mattivlal\[ l. Cotton] eOlll\lOlLI. Tubaccn DtiHt, I'otaHh, olVl'lto, fur i iit-en before -
IK. laborer about the mints
C. I'oppel returned to her home on usual swarm of mosquitoes. Stiling on Indian Liver! avenue, justnorth poor buying.Ve sock the !growers trade direct
he iu the Couitttouk
Mturday. some WilY "got on
of Cocoa struck thunder
was by a
The law in regard to fishing within a lode with Crwkw. He left the Pacific WILSON & TOOME-R
The loss of the postofllce is something certain distance of an Inlet or crook is bolt on Tuesday evening! about fl which lie lust ,
const with 10,000,000,
|and lie do more not as get time used rolls to. on.We miss it more ''I still being violated by the fishermen in o'clock. The house is a new ono, and, on wheat and made and lost another The Fertilizer House of Florida,

this vicinity. Hardly a night passes but the family were away spending the summer fortune in the name way; made another Jacksonville Fla.Frecl'k. '.
Mr. and Mrs. William Heamcs and Mrs what some one is fishing in or at tho .
at Saco Maine\ most fortunately: oil the Cordage trust that wreukud HO ..
mouth of tho Sebastian liver. -
{Turlington are spending a few days with --- '
.
the family of Mr. Albert Mathis of City for it looks that had there been any ono many others, and will now return, to

Point. in the dining room or kitchen they his first loon, that, of KOhl mining Hein
S.
Malabar.Subscribe not going to confine himself to Hpocu- Morsex
Mr. J. Chambers and wife are with us could not possibly have escaped. The -x- .
lating iu stock!, but is buying propertyfor
again after a two months' stay amongst lightning; struck the chimney knocking
of and
the
I relatives and friends in the northern for the that oft to tho comb or roof then evidently purpose" developing opersting

[part of the state.Remember pink paper. following tho guttering on the it. eE AZ1 ESTATE '
J. 13. Wells was In town Monday. ,
northwest to the cistern and about half Perfectly Hafe. e

the ADVOCATK does all lustave Loh and family loft for Chi- way down, when it followed a strip of "If women get into politics," says :l'\IX.A.1'WX"' : < : :Dnd.o Oo., FLOrl.XDA.: :
[kinds of Job Printing.Coronado. cago on the 22nd inst. the Maimyunk philosopher "they won't
tin over a. border board. to the corner,

W. D. Wells made n business trip to from whence a bolt entered the clonut throw mud anyway and even if the" ., AGENT FOR LANDS OF ---'_ '_ -.
Melbourne Saturday. did they wouldn't hit anything. -
Beach. and buttery where, among the tinware Record.
Miss Williete Foust visited in Mel- Philadelphia Florida Kiint Coast Railway Company
bourne several this week. it made havoc, bursting out the north __, _. ___ _.____m_ ___ _.
days wall off Florida Count Lino Canal" & Traimpoitatton Company,
knocking plastering, facings.dool'S. ,
Quite a number of people loft the hotel Mr. and Mrs. Howell and children of and If You Drink Liquor, lloMton it Florida Atlantic (Count Lund Company
A
wrecking things gonel'ally.bolt
I for home last week all expressing them- Tillman were visiting in ?rlal bar one Jacksonville .__,___.____ ... ___ ____' __ _. .. .m .. __ .. ______ ._ ___._. ". .
I Helves as delighted with their stay. day this week. passed on around the corner an,1wellt Got it pure from W. I]. Dawson, *

I There are some pleasant rooms for rent end and got in destructive work on )Fla. .
I just now. 0. W. Washburn is now at Wildwood The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
that ]heie it
on the east side building barn on his coiner;; apparently dellcqml-

Dr. Knifer of Philadelphia, has again property thoie. ed In two places, leaving two holes In Uont'M Wanted.Save ,
I become enthused with his fishing and
Prof. Sharp of DeLand, thinks that now R. A. Conkling with a gang of men, the ground. A bolt descended the : your bones and send them to the E. J3TJ3O31iO W, O-oxx'l.: Maxiagor.

J he has a record of eight good Hah for is working out the county road. They chimney to the dining room, tearing oil Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jacksonville (LATE ClfAl'irAN A MtT1>J.OW.)

afternoon he too can pose as something have worked the road from Tillman to tiling and causing many cracks in the Kl.t. Will pay cash for thorn.

| more than an amateur. this place. chimney. The lightning Appeared to South Jacksonville, Florida.

The demand for the pink paper at Kobt. Smith was taken sick and wentto descend In a great ball, which exploded -- MANUFACTURER OF -

I Coronado was unprecedented last week Grant Saturday to be taken care of with terrific force. The d.nnago. will bea California Fluent Claret
I and it goodjournalistic by friends. He soon recovered and now
certainly is an evidence of
few hundred dollars Carpenters' A. FERTILIZERS For and
talent to have residents of he is back again. if.l.7.er: : do/.on. W. IS. Dawson Jack. Pineapples Oranges

neighboring towns show such appreci- The recent rains were n Godsend to G. Weinlierg and R. J. Peck repaired. the Honvllle, Kla. ,

ation of a paper published In Titus- this country and people. Tho air Is now external damage Wednesday afternoon. r'
I ville. much cooler and vegetation has put out Vegetables, and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material,

Among the Orlando families on the wondoi fully. Notice to Hike KldcrN. Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc. Also
ItepiiblictiiiH Are After County
beach, who have made many new friends We have often noticed lately some fine ,

this year may be mentioned those of ornngo-trees at the depot which Beach OfliCCH. Commencing on Monday, August 17, The I7'amouls: :E-Ja.rd.-TI.r.n.os: : : : : : 1"nn.c1Ammonll :
Judge Butt the Harts the Dr. and until further notice I will dunn
Jouets A Arnold are shipping to parties down \, 4 to R cent i
Stevens Woodruff and the Chenoys. Mr. Seth the river from their fine budded nurseries The first nominee of the republican your wheel prices 1 from fillet to |1, de Available Thou. Acid , For $( lin. and the Messis Jackson condition of machine. All\
wel'eailio .here. pending Potash K 0. .11 I) to 7 cent )
| very popular. party in Ilrevard county, to bring/ his announcement work guaranteed. Popular prices on per
Clias. A. Smith of Grant was In town to the ADVOCATK office, was other work. Bike instruction given. lllglieitt Commercial Value given our brand In the last Ilulletln. Wiltaor ,

Mr. Walter J. Sprenger of Washington Monday, getting signatures to his. peti- Mr. T. T. Wetmorel one of TItusvlllo's( Joe Smith TltiiHville\ :\. 1'Hcos. Order for 2 ton and upward for our brand will bo dellveied freo .f all
met with quite a painful accident tion to the governor to be appointed prominent known residents freight charges to any railroad depot on the Kant Count at catalogue prices until,
when out fishing on Wednesday. Stop county commissioner from this district who comes before the people as a candi- further notice.DUREN.

ping on a board a projecting nail penetrated and we notice with pleasure that everyone date for the office of county treasurer. For Hale _.. ,
I 1-lue"J Ilc.II..t"UoU --------- ---- -
the leather of his shoe and went is putting down his name.Sebastian. Mr. Wetmore says he will not make a
Into ]his foot. Dr. Nipper who was personal canvass; ho believes that the Cheap. & FEASTER.

present dressed the Injury and has I office should leek the man; not the man .....

since attended him at the hotel. seek the ofllce; and If the voters of Bre- Located on Indian ]River Florida,.

The finest collection of United States vard should see fit to elect him, he For description and terms, address, GROCERIES, FRUITS &: VEGETABLES. Florida and

would do his best to perform the duties Box U. Melbourne Hooch, \Kla.WIIKIIK .

stamps Is possassed your by correspondent Mr. W J. Sprenger has ever seen now i Mr. S. Kitching Is having a largo cistern of the office honestly and to the best of --- Western Meats of All Kinds, Crockery (lilac all(1 Tinware. .
built. Mr. Sam Childs of Cocoa his Your: patronage Sollolttd.
ability.If
staying at the Coronado. list
It embraces to atop.) See of hotel on
stamps of a face value of tWo and $50 is doing'the work. there are any more republicans In our 7th page. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. aF

each down to the one-cent stamp aggregating Rev. W. A. Louder preached two very the place field their let announcements them come In forward the Anvo-and '_. _. __ .. .. .. .. __ .. __ _4
an actual value of several hundred good sermons to large congregationshere
dollars. luther lot of last. OATK. A Valuable Offer.
an expensive Sunday
small engravings but one of artistic GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !
rare
i ax well as commercial value. Miss Wylie Walker, of Woodley returned For Sale or will\ exchange/ for desirable '
home Wednesday, after spenglingseveral Hotel Royal I'ulni, Miami. Florida real estate, my Interests In four

'rhe style of architecture of the long days visiting Miss.\ Grace How valuable mining properties currying !Cold

I row of cottages at Coronado Is decidedly ard.' The ADVOCATE: Informed, upon reliable liver and lead; situated In New Mexico. i
I mixed," but none the less picturesque; Own I Interest In two, | In one, and t
nnd Miss Willie 1'oppel, of Seville, Is visitIng authority that Mr. Wm. F. Ingold LITTLE :BROS
there is a general determination her sister Mrs. Geo. Braddock. SheIs who has been manager of the Magnolia 11-16 In another. For particular, address ....
shown by the owners all along the line D. It. W., care AHVOCATK: Tlfusvllle -
,
to delighted with Sebastian and the In. Springs Hotel, Magnolia Springs, Fla.,
improve the surroundings. Property dian Kiver. and the Childwold Park Hotel In Jhe Fla. '
owners realize the growing Importanceof Adirondack, will be the steward this -- -E FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
this village of the sea, and there has Miss Grace Howard had quite a serious -
been quite a demand for lots of late. accident one day last week. She year of tile Koyal Palm. VW- GIVE THE "ADVOCATE" AN 01 "'ac1c._c :n.'V'l.11o": P1a.
DVT. It Is Hood Advertising Medium ,
The comparative freedom from all In- was out riding when. she fell from her a -
sects is evidently due to the leveling of horse. for those who want to increase. Are Offering Thoir

the sand dunes, and the fact that there Tarpon and Manatee. their business.
are no marshes on the peninsula to Rev. S. F. Gove is in town, visiting 'A.11 Arour: .d. Brand"at
breed friend Mr. Gove was taken quite sick
them. with fever last Saturday but Is now Tarpon and manatee are quite com- Notice.In .

An oft-repeated phrase, suggestive of much better mon in the Sebastian river now. Most the Exceedingly Low Prico of

the of the outcome of of the tarpon are small, but it is nothing -
uncertainty expe Arrivals at the Palm House this week Circuit Court Ureyard County
dition unusual to nee three or four manatee .
"You can't most
-
times tell," or as Burns always more tersely some were as follows E. A. Fitzer Ii.Jackson- In one day any of which would measure -IN CisAYCaiiv, r c. ** ** $25 Per Ton.

"Rays : "The best laid plan of mice and ville; Sam Childs Cocoa; Benson, ten or twei.. feet in length. Mullet are Oeorge> II. Rein"

men oft aghee"-wu fully verified KiM Annie Hardest, Sebastian. so scarce that the sight of a school of TYSanded and' 1 ( Ammonia. . ,.'. . . .ft to d per cent
gang James :
in a trip, nicely figured oat In a sailboat The Baptist church at this place will them is considered worthy of special Cbarlaa: 11;. Untvltt,. } Guaranteed Analysis < Available PhOAphorlo Acid. .. 4 to A '' ,
Actual Potash . r
from the river here to Dayton, last be built west of S. KItching's store, on a mention. eL al. ( .3 '0"

week. The party left early on Friday, lot donated by Capt. Fischer, one of IT for appearing.the complainant by the .affidavit..that. of the the fUrftmditnt attorney, Manufactured from tbe Parent Ammoniates, Boper-p losphate., and Totaibe.

expecting to be back by night-they Titus ville's enterprising citizens.W. Charloa. 10:. Leavltt. In the aliove ca...., la Nothing better for Pineapples Vegetables, and prevent condition of the Orange a
returned In time for a late breakfast Saturday Dear Killing on Indian Itlver. over 21 year of"age an C. Braddock Is having a large pieceof .....
mornlBg. Further particularsmay ground cleared for beans and toma- New Mow York., therefore, you the pall Charlea. E.Leavltt :. A fine stock of all kind! of Fertilizer Material constantly on hand.
be had.from fro..'tbe young folka toes. Mr. Braddock Is going to plant Our teams correspondent says: ,.are "hereby rwiulreil to appear to the jlrtr Write for Pamphlet and Trice
occupying some of the cottages on the bill of complaint in this eauae upon the ado
beach and some men staying at the R ]l. Spratt: place, near Pelican Friday morning a party from the Island Monday In otobmr. A It lets at the olerk'a LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.. r
the hoteLA young Island. went to the west side search of a office In TltiuTllle. ,VU.rl-la. and that yes anaweraald Fla.rJllr' l
bill In doe course otherwtm the aanie will Jacksonville ;y
bear
that had been several time
Hundreds of seen ... eonfaaaed.It .
happy people passed taken flltal n.a yira aa
new fancy catches the crowd of through her on tbe F. K. C. excursion: lately. They returned In three hoar la dlr.eteiltut Ship order be pnhllaherl. with
bathers as they go down to the waterthis ; bound with his bearship In such state that .little delay. aa may be, In the lni>i*. RIVKMAi

the (Wednesday) morning. It Is just train,to Wednesday attend the, bicycle for meet.Jacksonville Wewou'd he could not have recognized hlsuelf. tout>r<_M7ATC_,u&l.pnbllaoe.. __ka..at and Tltoavllle that. notice, FV>rl'La.'hereofbe for' : THE "ADVOCATE" does flrat-class, np-to-date

proper tide for periwinkles. IB a have liked to the F. C. Foppel has the satisfaction of poatad and mallerl .aa required by law.
moment the party baa broken up Into throng, but alas 1 we had Join work to do.happy knowing that he fired tbe shot which v.an,' oniere.l at the Clerk''s offloe at JOB PRINTING and we are prepared to meet' all Competition
troop( one here other there, racing, terminated the career of the bear although Tltmrrllle, Florida, till Xtad: day of AngMat, ;

and chasing np and down the beach It Is nearly time for oar school to h* was shot five time before IwI A I>MM. A. A. IlTEWART.aa. r t

wherever the little shell fish come up open again of coarse. W want a dropped. ......." Clerk Clrcalt Court. in prices. Giye ns a trial order. 'il'i; i ;.







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; INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 28 1896.

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'! Bat On Tr.. HandahaJk. strode into the secondhand bicycle

I )' The new kind of handshake, "it THE OLDEST KNIGHTS OF PVTHIA8. dealer's with a look of rage upon his
k a
the language of fend Seminole No. holds IM at
1 high seconde as I Lange, 3)1 meetings face.
i I : Ing was, and perhaps is, popular the Court house, the tint four Thursday even. this is pretty deal you have
+ t 1-\ goes liiK of em-It month,at 8 o'clock p. m. "Say, a
i t, r 1 with third rate "smart people" who : AND THE BEST 1. T. COODY a. D. GEIGER given me. Why it would take a steam

bad a baronet for a cousin or an uncle O. C. M.of T.& K. of R. & S. engino to furnish power enough to run

1;,. who was a colonel in the army. Them this machine. "

3'' ".''I, brainless beings, says the London News" Cough-cure the most prompt and INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. "Why what is the matter with iU"aAkE'd

: had probably heard that some prince 01 effective remedy for diseases of the the dealer alarmed at the growing
tI4E: Drill at the Armory over county ,Jail,every
t 1 princess shook hands in bigh seooude, throat and lungs, is Ayer's Cherry luemlay evening In the mnnthatSo'ohsk.; rage of the customer of the day be- soN FFi
because IL II. IL hud hurt his medicine A. T. YIA"TKIt.Caltah:
e; t: i : perhaps, Pectoral. As an emergency fc
i'1 1 royal arm or for some such blameleM for the cure of fore."Matter I Matter enough I You told irII

.', ( i reason. This theory of the origin of the Croup Sore Throat INDKVKNDKNT: ORDER GOOD TEMI'LARS. me this was an easy running machine i Cyr

oil tl high crook is mere conjecture, but surely Lung Fever and. Tltusvllle Lodge No. IT meets every Tutwilay and you can't make it budge. I oiled it 1

'I J no less potent cause could have Whooping CoughAYER'S ," evening 1:311 flrst: Tuesday In ITmljyturlaii In each month rtmrrb.: 1'ulillumeetliiKS > freshly this morning just before going
4
t 1k brought in the custom of ""raising the C. A. GARDNER: O. W BCOUIK, out and la five minutes, sir, it was like
1 hand above the shoulclrr. Of course StitJ't. C.T. drawing a load oi stone."

'1i' 'f r the custom has reached America, and I "Sure you used pure oil?"

al totally senseless in its inception Pectoral me in the
h i being Cherry --, --- "Used the stuff you gave
i has been imitated by the citizens. The cannot be equaled.E. C11VKCUK9.KflSCOPAL bottle. Bad enough probably. "

4 i ; j gregariousness of human nature its bovine M. BBAWLKY, "In the bottle? Why man I didn't
imitativeness has never been more \ It is in a
CHURCH. bottle of oil.
It I D. D. Dis. Sec. of give you any
l illustrated than by tbe transatlantic -
"
j oddly the American Baptist Services the 2nd and 4th Sundays In each can.
) I adoption of a second rate freak of I"- month at 11 a. m. and 7:30p, m. Sunday school "Can, eh? Well what do you call
I Johnnie Publishing Society. Petersburg Sunday at II::311 i a. in. : at
British misses and British every service that?" said the irate man as he took
The fact illustrates the old anecdotes of Va., endorses it, as a cure for violent 8 Friday p. in.at on 10 Wednesdays.a.in. Litany every the bottle out of the leather case. "I

*; ilfel r'f'i' how ruffs were universally worn be- colds bronchitis etc. Dr. IJrawley Rev.: B. V, BHOWK Rector. put it in the OOalingjUllt as you told

'f ri cause a royal person had a scar on her also adds: To all ministers sufferingfrom me." TIME LOW RATES !

Yf, t nock. Westward! the course of folly throat troubles I recommend METHODIST CHURCH "My dear fellow that is the liquid SAFETY COMFORT QUICK

p ',4+ takes its way for a similar vagary of Regular services every Hrst, third and fourthSundiiy. cement for tires.New York World. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New: Voi'k.
devastate .. at 11 a. m. and, TKI p, in. HnndnyAcliool Finest Culitlne and Service
tt I t New York would not soon AVER'SCherry every Sunday. at III:11(1() a. m. Kpwonn I The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome. New Steal Steamers"Comanclie"
M this island. I"eaiie' | each Sunday at\4:3o:: p. in. Prayer uinet- Home of the stables of the Peytonia "

? ; 1 M The old handshake i is the only true Ladies'InK.every. Aid Thursday Society.. night meets.at every 7:00: ( I'Wednesday, m. The stud! near Gallatin. Tenn., were burned (new), "''Algonquin"Iroquols/ "Cherokee, "Semi*,'

} handshake and it ought to bo studied Pectoral at 3:<.HII p. in. Everybody welcome at our church recently. Among the horses destroyedwas NorthBound.Steamers .
I
B: and practiced in all its delicacies by servliuts.: the well known thoroughbred stallion -
F.M. C. KAI>S, Pastor. are to sail according to the tide.
the young man who would succeed in Bishop. appointed ), Sundays and Thnmlm.
JACKSONVILLE:, FLA., (
I 1 f' life. He must know how to be bluff and Awarded Medal at World's Fair. From From CHARLESTON: S. C'" and' Charleston.1\llInelny.dully and paper/1' .'
} Jacksonville '
C hearty how to be caressing and insinuating PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. -.- -- .---------- -.--- For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule or
PILLS Curt Liter and Stomach Troubles.
+ yet "not too bold" and he must AVER'S Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.and 1.10/.111. of South-Bound.
be lifeless and indifferent, for people Riinday. school at 9M: a. m., Chas. / Education to sail. from Pier 20, East River New York, at 3 p. n., as follows;
never Steamers are appointed .
.. 'rlin.Vor
Siipt Prayer. m etlnK on Wednesday eveninn Tuesdays and } ,
I resent this attitude. Probably Haz- at 7:31:: >. The public are cordially. Invited to attend BODY, ForCHAKLKHTON.B.C.JACKSONVILLE FLA., ,-(calling! at Charleston), . Tuesdays and FrliUp.Clyde's ; .
,
f litt much hated because to shake our IItIrv oe.
al was so THE FASHION PLATE. H. M. f>i>KLL, }'''Ktor. MIND
hands with him was like grasping a ,
Line.DE
River
cold boiled flounder. Vests in some guide or other are in- MORALS. St. Johns .

'* ; a bodices and raven BAPTIST CHURCH.
61 74 troduced in all jacket BABY LINE)
f Soar Among the Parrot Owner. la Par11.e (
p second, and fourth Sundays,.
larger.
I grow Preaching\ every
v, } Visitors to Paris cannot have failed used morning and evening. Prayer Meetings j every FREE TUITIONThe ..... Steamer "Evergla,"
Narrow ribbon ruches are quiteextensively Wednesday.. evening at 7: o'clixk.: Sunday
c I s to notice the long rows of pxlttaceous to trim dresses, parasols, School every Sunday at 0:45: .a* m. Also preaching CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
birds displayed for sale on the quays : first Sunday at Laflranite; Second Sunday,, and Saturday. for 1'jlaUi
Tuesdays
t that border the Seine for if by chance capes, tea gowns, millinery etc. Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend. Leave. Jacksonville from foot of Laura Street at 5 a.m.,
Florida the St. John's River.
pokes of B. A. OKIOKU, Pastor. UntedrrUe and Intermediate landings ou
For summer wear are lovely Sanford
i spectacle escaped their for Jacksonville.r. .
the variegated Mondays and Thursdays "
) ,
P'j i '; 21 eyes their ears must have informed them white straw with white satin bows and Agricultural Leave.Sanford a. m.,and Enterprise 11:311: a..IlI.

M'I' of the neighborhood of the loud voiced one pink rose, and buds by way of gar. CATHOLIC J CHURCH. College SOUTH ROUND 8CHEDULE. NORTH Read Rot\0 up",::
'

v 4!' creatures. It seems, however that this niture. Church Services building at 10 ,a.North in. every Tltll vl1le.Sunday. (Children's In new Is" supported by grants from all the students National from Gov Read clown. ........ .... ............. Jacksonville\ ... ............. ........ Arrive 3.30 a. 01.
flourishing industry is at present in All sorts of pretty berthas, Marie An. catechism at 8 p. m, ernment. All tuition males free and to females. Women .save.. 8.311 p.. m. ........ ....................1>alatka.................... ........ Leave. 11.001'.11I.'
pi i danger if not absolutely doomed to extinction toinette fichus and fancy collarettes are KEV.J.F. O' OYLIC.Rector. board Florida.with Open families to In town. Men board at .. 8.00 lI.oWIl"a. m m ........... ............... A.tor... ............... ..... ....... 3.00 I'. W
j ...................... .. l.30a.m
A moat .. ...... FraDcl.
month. .. ............ .. .St. ..
p' !4's' s greatly to the horror and alarm being made ready for summer wear over College healthy Mess location.Hall for Oollege ftlo.oo surgeon per attends all 0 4.311'.30 a.a. m m. ............ ............ Rer8"for.I.... ............... ........ 12.00 11.305.atrrive D"
a"t of the Syudicat des Oi eliers. Professor light or white gowns.Chine l students free of charice. Military discipline under ., 5,00 .Rine: Springs.: : :::::::::::::::::::: :: Ocoan:
::: : .
Th Boys OpIDlODoBoyDo Point. Four' courses of :: :: ::::::::::::::: :::::::: .
1 j i I ''F Gilbert, physician to the Broussais hospital effects are truly the keynote of .a graduate_ of Went Mechanical. Latin 830 .......... ............ ....Enterprise... .................. .... 1.30 mm.a
i want a boy here? Instruction Agricultural 9.26 a. 01. .................. ..........1250 ,nn3en'I
J'x and chief of the thf'rapcutfcallaboratory nearly everything in the world of dress, you Scientific and Women's. Superior equipmentIn and ... .. .. ... .. .. ...... ....5". Fla Railroad Wharf (Sanford) p.
traced Man-Yes. liven degrees. of H. 8.
of the having Laboratories !
'' .) faculty appearing among silks, ,
the InstructionIn Jacksonville
patterns kind? A.M. Business course giving: free PaSSenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St..
Boy-What
}. !j aeveralcaseaofinfectiousdiseneeeeantonghis satins, faucy velvets, cottons, silk and penmanship, book-keeplnit. business law.,
that doesn't swear
nice toJelCraplly.F"n
boy and
felt constrained Man-A .
patients to parrots, wool fabrics eta horn hand typewriting October Btli, F.M. IKONMO>SER,Jit.,Fla.Pass.Ait!
Monday. Fr't
Fla. Agt.
to the old controversy and so or say naughty words or smoke cigarettes catalogue full Information, I.A. LKSLIK, Bujit. JNO.L. HOWARD
f reopen Nearly all the fancy straw bats areplaited tricks into mischief I IHIMI. For giving JACKSONVILLE FLA.
'I I effectual has been his demonstration of have or play or get address, M.\ H.CarDs A.T.:M
loosely and therefore A.J COLIC, General! Passenger Agent
very Prenldont, THRO. G. Konrat T.M.\ ,
CLUTK
love
for that the or-- O.
this channel contagion
I .a rough appearance, and the more colors enough mister. I guess Lake City Florida.. 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.
,l l} t, ; 'I of the Pariblans for their gayly plumaged Miora iiit.< arc ---- New
\: i pets has undergone complete revulsion. .u..w. it's a girl you want. Ooodby.- Ill So. Delaware Av.,Philadelphia
I ll ,'/1 I f fwahlon' point of view. Sun IS: Bowling Green.New York.
/ has Consequently York
1 q! The sale of perruches Rlpans Tabules.

f i ,!", r I dwindled down to next to nothing Billows of tulle crown the majorityof the No Cetos toe: Alarm. Rlpans Tabules cure nausea. _.
( color over
and make matters worse the desire dressy millinery one Tabules cure dizziness.
to
the shot :Mrs. Wurrey (to police captain)- Rlpans STEAMSHIP LINE.
I to produce
r to get rid of the discredited birds other very often ? Rlpans Tabules cure headache. MALLORY
,, i:1: r. has led to immense numbers being effect so much desired or may be to enable Have you found any trace of my boy Ripans Tabules cure flatulence.
1 all and I can't find
t I'' of color. He's been away day dyspepsia.
a greater dinpluy Rlpans Tabules cure
market causing an
: thrown upon the Florida New York,
G out anything as to his whereabouts. Tabules assist digestion. ,
Lancet The neetawiue and canvas patterned Ripans
glut.-Loudon
unprecedented -Rest easy, madam. bad breath. Boston.
f tuoliaint, shot lit two colors, Police Captain Ripans Tabules cure Philadelphia and
Describe the boy and we'll send a man Rlpans Tabules cure biliousness.
k Anecdotes of Thom. Hughes. serve as an admirable basis for the down to the continuous performance Rlpans Tabules: one gives relief Sailing from Brunswick G..., direct to New York.
The death of Thomas Hughes has revived bandHume iridescent paswiuenteries( indigestion.
,4 this theater at once and get him for you.- Ripans Tabules cure w I PASSENGER SERVICE.
M a host of stories illustrative of the which are HO very fashionable Tabules cure torpid liver.
+ Rlpans "ALL
Gazette. Union Depot)
Roxbury Jacksonville\ (
e.v train leaves
t. manliness and charm of his character. svusou. Rlpans Tabules: gentle cathartic. RAII.Steamer" F. C. & V. R. H. on Thursday only 4:lIft l I', in. Artl"

II + p 1p t The democratic bias showed itself in The prettiest, most graceful aud new Couldn't lie KUotod.First Rlpans Tabules cure constipation. Brunswick 7:30: p. m. Passengers! going at once nn b".N

i k 1 p..,' boyhood At Rugby when head of thei est coiffure worn by youthful women Political Manager-Well,what's Rlpans Tabules: for sour stomach.laxative. steamer. without transfer, Jacksonville to tfrumwlck.
i I eleven, he set at naught the aristocratic I with evening toilets shows the hair arranged the matter with booming Harded? lIe Rlpans Tabules: pleasant Through car
: exclusiveness: of the place by bringing the crown of Rlpans Tabules cure liver troubles. PROPOSEISAILINGSa
in soft deep waves on has the respect everybody. Lv.Brunswick!
I the country lads into the school clone to head and around the foJ't'heoo.pn.rt'll Second P. M.-That's just it. Everybody Illpana Tabules: at druggists. Lv.New York Pier 21 B. R.,3:311.4.: ( m, (Standard Time.)

cricket with him. Lincoln's Inn of the the 7...., ,..... .... .... ..KIO ORANDE.. .....,........" .... ...FrtduyAutII.\
play on the left side, carried to respects him, but he doesn't arouse Friday Aug. ........ .... ,Friday, Au 11Frhl..y.AuK.2t"
44 .
.... ............ ............COLORADO... ..;,
14
had .'
;M he defied the beadlo by opening the buck and coiled or braided around a enthusiasm. He always takes the Samples of'Tftintoff" may be Friday. AUK .. ... .. ......RIO GRANDE.... .. ..... .. .Friday, AUK.FrlduyAiiS.2
I + gates of the "fields" and letting in the curls. New York Post. any of thtn .Detroit News. at the ADVOOATR office, free of charge. !....J.... .,.. .............COLORADO.... ........ ....... .... ..FridnySept.I,| )
of short view 9vpt.ll
I ( }I' children of the slums. As special countable bunch sensible ( Friday Sept.4....... ...........'............RIO GRANDE. ..... ...... ......... Friday, ;

'd of 1848 Information steamers, trains rates etc. apply to any railroad agent! or to
in the Chartist troubles For general; \ CHAS.ISAVIESAgent, 0W.BaySt.JackeonvilltH.
TURF TOPICS. TravAgentacksonville.
A.P.MURPHY
he was beset with misgivings that the H. RAYMOND,General Southern ,Brunswick,Ga.

:" agitators were right. But he of knew the Medina 0., will have a light harness < .. ... .. ........... .. .... ,...... ... ..... ........cE: ) C. H. MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, K. River, and 3U2 Broadway, N. Y.
; where to draw the line. At one meeting July 4.

I '' socialist meetings in the days of F. D. Interest In Mr. Croker's' horses Mou- .....'1'I-IE.....
f :Maurice the national anthem was start .
American continues to grow.L
tank and
ed. The revolutionary Chartists beganto #l # LADIES # #
It bisH. Tom Hughes sprang upon a M. Siunamaker, Chicago, has purchased A Boon to Florida w,

I1 who Sweet Mash, a ::13,', and May
chair and threatened the first man View it with opened-eyed surprise -
the name Breaker 8:17: ".
.' renewed the insult to queen's
with personal chastisement Fear of his IL A. Moorhead, Butler Pa., is shaping and purchase with Inward c':

'' 11 lists Gazette.stopped the discord.-St James coming up turf Hustler battles.Russell. 2:1274. for satisfaction. : : : :' ; : : Water Works (for Your Homes, ,


There seems to be no decrease in the
,.1 Molasses jugs of cut glass are distinctly demand for high class trotting stock \ "(: y {t t "(: "(: "(: "(: { "(: y "(: Etc: under your own Control

improved as regards form. These from German horse fanciers. ,

I i I t show' flaring months with ornamental Starter Ferguson, made a record with
rims and tops of silver. IT SHIMMERS WITH p 4 ,
: the starting machine at the Bay District

'1 Amber is a pleasing feature of some course at San\ Francisco recently. _: BEAUTY :- YOU FURHISH THE WATER; WE DO


T(i 1 f'I ; of holders.the new The gold matchboxes mounting of the and throws substance.The cigarette into. pacer Lew by Binkley Kansas recently Wilkes a drove mile in a 2:19 green: .K EAT I N C. THE REST.

r' the beauty '
; r I prominence last half in 1:07: -at Overland park ,
: revival of that medieval relio the Denver. BICYCLE.Art Used with'\ open and driven wells. I

J.', I chatelaine with its numerous established chains fact Olanders has broken out in'Chicago, springs and lakes. A few minutes workat
and pendants, is an number of hones having been ordered f ornament with a delivers\ the water allover
: 'I Perhaps as it combines shot to prevent the spread of the deadly an air pump

; utility it will meet with widespread faii disease. KEATING WHEEL CO., your house With pressure No cost 1 ,

?r ':t ii; vor.-4ewelere' Circular. HOLYUKK, MASS. to operate. No windmill or overhead

1i .. ---------- C ..... .., .. . c > tank. Simple and durable. ..f: o f

ft Write or apply for particulars to the SUCKER'S > y'
..
\
lmeamatSyWm.r Worm.For :
i, + ------ ADVOCATK, or to -
for other
claim --
The
highest "
L t either DomesticDearing :E\
tobaccos is Jus t as MUSIC COMPANY Parslow & Co. PubUc' Purposes.Dearinf IT-t, .r
BRADLEY :
&
+ Durham." FREYER : Parslow & Co., .1 I :
good as
; .
i A TAMPA FLA. A. H. PAMSLOW MOIl -";
Every old smokers (Successors to TIlE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) T..... ILA.CI -

there is! none just t and Musical Merchandise.A .

s OA:: good aaMackwelfs Pianos, Organs : : S.. e L "' 7M:: : : s3z 0 0.. .


CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-rlANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We DEALERS IN -

In January last the Immense stock of Pianos Organs, sheet ,
Ll.caU.Ors
purchased
11; music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out pwj"n.e IVj.J3es: and : : :

the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full

lino of the celebrated Conover, New England Schubert and Klngsbnry Pianos. 417 *. 419 W. Bay St.,

If If1 Ift BULL DURHAMSmoking We have' the following pianos which are worth from f 100 to f'JOO: more than we JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.
,
t 1.,1: ; ask for them : ......... ..... ,..(kino flames Jlros.., style 6, mah.. .... ... .,.. ...$2<>o
1 : (:onoverstyleKK.ebwal I I....... .... ... .. .. :I'II! S,,hubart. 1ft..... ...>. .. .... ... ..., 275 Rye and Itocrbaa Wh.I.lc.lee from 11.15
.. ... .. 2110 .
wal. ... to 53.50per gallon.HranU.
...... .... .. .21111 Malcolm Love,,
J.eb .. . . aim Steinway eb. ...... ...:. .. yon ... from'1.7S to'3.75 per (ration.Mr .
;li, Tobacco .1.wan. ... : : eheb... ... ....... .. ll11: "-W.make of North Carolina
M el... .. ..... .. .011111 Kventt.Klnirsbury a Specialty
*. .* K.,.rmlMcCauimon ....... .. . .... 3:!5 / style.. it ...... ....... .. ... :IlJI. Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, three
t ., 1 lrIe style M wal.. . .., .. net A eh......................?..... .. .. 2 20o<0 years old,KJO per gallon.aicts .
ij .. .. ..... .. .. awl: Knab Grand PURE
33, man.. pl.. ,1 gal.,38ct, 3 gal.,
Elle You will find inside .b. ....... .. ......... .. ITS eo-I
II. one coupon .. 1, wal...... .. ...... .. .i.. ars StuyvesansNewshy wal............. .... .. :Him \!
each two ounce ,fonrtoUmce .. 7.eb... . ...... .2tIO" EvansJaa. !: eb.... ......... .. 1n K..p4. gal. $l'Wgal.,'l35j; "bbl.,
I InsMc each Hros., e,eh...... .. .. .. .. .. .20111 v.. ............. '1. O.Parties.
Halnes eb....... ..... lla
pone ., .. .. 3, .b...... .... ... ......... ITS M.Star
f bagoBlackwcU'sDurbam.I .. .. 3, man........ .... ......... llto Morris, lee well order living In Dry Town will do f
to from
as, a* wa can save
I a bag of this celebrated 1 Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and tbem 50 per cent on all onlera.tir 1 s
I : j tobacco and read tile order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momer re- Always sand money with orders.
In thorough; ,
1I
[coupon-which give a listof put stool scarf Instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville W. will not open new aceoanta unlesssuitable f
furnish
funded. We a
valuable presents and bow ..e.i at half price. Write u.. Jacksonville reference U given.
Sheet music
them. ; cash or Installment. No Oooda sent C.O.D. to Dry Towna.w .
i to get FREYER St'BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY,

24 E Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE AUGUST 28, 189. 7 '!,

r:

OF THE OHIO RIVER. :For I' :EJO-rmLS.: :
NOMADS Attorney.
PROFESSOR WILSON'S SCARFPtN.I DON'T STOP TOBACCO. \

Who Ar Amenableto friends of Col. D. IN Oawlden ._ u __ ._ ._. onu __ _.. _. _- _
JepD..ratooe
.flog Beers the sale of Philip of alae.doaand TIlE
LaW of Mo Btato announce his name as a candidate HOW
tb TO CURE YOUKSELFWH1113
*, OO Tear Old. opened -
for the position of Prosecuting The Hotel FlacideJACKSONVILLE
tenement at 82 Goodloe lItn>E>tCin-
A. Unless you are a numismatist of unusual Attorney for Brevard county, at tho USING IT. January: 1894
the
Linnatl emptied itself out other day,
,
knowledge ;you would probably Democratic primary elections. '
d 80 families who had dwelt in it Dot pay much attention to the pale gold The tobacco habit grows on a man KU HI1>.\. :

daring the winter returned with much : ooin which Postmaster General Wilson For until his nervous system Is seriously affected In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing lino between cant and west
Representative.SEUASTIAN
ejoicing to their summer homes in frequently wears as a pin on the scarf Impairing health, comfort ami one block from liny. Everything entirely now. Elegantly furnished thioughout.;

mntyboats at May v1l1e, Ky. They which covers most of his shirt front. FLA., May 7, 1st til. happiness. To unit suddenly Is too so- Superior:! Cuisine and 1 Service Bus meets nil tralim.' Terms. t-.r.O! per day and

had lived in the tenement since the cold in But if you are an expert and enthusiast hereby announce myself a candidate vole shock to tho system, as tobacco to upwards. Special rates by the week. X I.. WARP), l'rnpl'ict..I'\

weather began picking up u living on the subject of rare and antique coins I before the Democratic primary elec- an invettI'lltelMl'r becomes! iv stimulantthat .
and -- --- -- -
precarious weal only existing un- your eyes will sparkle with pleasure at tion for the position i>f member of the -- -- -
|til they, river folk, could return the sight of that scarfpiu. and possiblyyour House of Representatives' of the Legislature his system continually craves.

|to their native elementNot fingers will tingle with vague kleptomaniac of the State of Florida. "Uaeo-Cnvo" Is a scientific olli.o for the Grand View Hotel

one of these: people could read or impulse to grab it mid run, H. A. IIAUUEE. tobacco habit, In nil Its forma, carefully ..
write. Moot of the children of the 80 compounded after tho formula of
for the expert will recognize in the pale : an ,
families were born on the shantyboata. gold disk an example of one of the eminent Merlin physician, who him used --. ( ,
For
Judge.To
County
These people are but types of a oliuu most perfect and most beautiful coins It in his pilvato practice sinco 1*<73: '

which grows larger every year and ever struck. the People of Urcvartl County : without a failure. It is purely vegetable TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
which may be justly styled the Ohio And if yon are allowed the privilegeof am a candidate again for the positionof ,
I and guaranteed perfectly harmless, You
nomadsThe Judge and again: submit
river a close inspection you will discover County : I
Water wanderer was originally that this particular specimen has had myself to the Democratic pilni.ivle If can use all the tobacco you want while

made, not born-mode: years ago when preserved in every detail the exquisite I am again: nominated and elected, I will using "Uaco-Ciiro." It will notify you RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

the country was new and the state of beauty of design and finish imparted to endeavor have tried to to servo do In the the whole past. people and I ,shall as I when to stop Wo give a written guarantee

Ohio was not.of mind.lIe must Somewhat have hud adventurous :a pe- it by classic artists and artificers, whose ever be grateful: for tho support you to cure permanently any cases with Tho oflloo will bo in charge: of tho Lessno, ,I
culiar turn brains and hands crumbled to dust so havo given mo in the bygone yearn, three boxes, or refund the money with 10

and restless, as befitted anyone long ago that it makes one feel in a whether the party shall deem mo worthyof per cent interest "H.ico-Curo" IN not a As an "All-the-year-round" House f-*--
who pushes out from the place where that coin renewed favor not. I feel that I
dream just to think of it, for or substitute! but, srlontillo that
euro, :
ho was born, yet lacking in sturdy endurance have not been able though I have done
of the delicate yellow of the cactus without A First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel
aid
cures tho of will and
conditions power
would
he accept bloom, perfect as when it was tossed my boHt, to fully deserve tho trust you
easily. In those early days those who have generously placed in me hitherto, with no Inconvenience. It leaves tho
from the stamper's hand, was minted
pushed forward out of western Pennsylvania while the matchless! eloquence! of Demos and I offer myself ngain: for office with a system as pure and free from nicotine as A carriage, for the convenience of guests, meet all trains

and West Virginia. and western thenes still ravisb ir'fhe ears of the hole] duly nilxod with humility. the day you took your lust chew or

New York took to the kindly bosom of Athenians and fired their pulses and MINOR S. JOXES.Titusvillo smoke. .1. C o: vsrL\ ,

the broad Ohio as a means of transportation him whom Fla., May :23.!: '08.
and in bears the effigy of against of Hotel_n __. iln Nil.- ... Sn\..
and on flatboats rough hurled his fiercest in- I
the Attid orator Cured by Itnco-Curo and Gained
dugouts and canoes were borne southward of ..
of Macedon father ---- '-'-'- ----- --
vective-Philip -' -- ---------- -------- -------- ---
and westward with the currentNot Alexander the Great. For Tax Collector. Thirty Pounds.! +

a hard life was this when comparedwith The coin is a gold stater of Philip>>, I hereby announce myself as n candidate From liundiodH of testimonials, tho -I. A. IIAri'KKSKTTK.: '-_
the toiling existence of pioneer for re-election to the otlico of
noted among numismatists as one of originals of which'aio on lllo and open
farm life and the necessity of hewing the most perfect and beautiful examplesof : Tax Collector, subject to tho decision of to the Is '
the Democratic primary election. Inspection, following prevented: IN'aIAN':: RIVER :SO'I'Er: "
down. forest to make a field. Floating ,
has known
the world
down the beautiful river in pleasant in the the coiner's 22 centuries'art that have elapsed Respectfully youis.E. Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark., Jan. 2$, 't!).">. f

and down HALL. Eureka: Chemical. A Mfg. Co., ! weather, fishing, foraging up since it was struck by command of the W.
command the Win.-Gentlemen ; For forty TITUSVILLE
the banks, having at resources founder of the Macedonian empire. No ,
of the land and water, living in coinage has exceeded or even equaledin years I used tobacco in all Its forms. For

such a manner that a change could be fineness of design and execution that For County Clerk. twenty-live years of that time I was u S Indian Hivov.Fla. .

made every hour if it was desired-this of Philip, strange as this may seem to again! offer myself as n candidate for great sufferer from general debility and .

was a free existence, with less care than those who regard the modern world as I re-election to the ottico of County hciut disease. For fifteen, years I tried
life in the trackless wilderness Clerk, subject to the decision of the 7 r r r 'a
any could be.What eo vastly superior in almost every way Democratic primary election.A. to quit, but couldn't. I took various "h J. \. UArrEH.SKTTrT: (
to the ancient The gold which Philip remedies r
wonder it ia that the weakest and most of the Greek states used id A. STEWART. among others "Xo-To-Uac, MtN.,lilt It.
"
of the wanderers "The Indian Tobacco Antidote, "Don r
and most ease loving F"
their coinage was known as electrum, ll '} -
from home should keep to the river, ble Chloride of cold," etc., etc., but
of silver -
consisting of about one-fifth part For Sheriff.I *, Open All The Yenv.I .
love it, rear their families on it and to which imparted to it that exquisite: none of them did me the least bit of I I Iev I

day furnish a people who are really shade of yellow which is one of it. chief hereby announce myself a candidate good.\ Finally, however, I purchased a .

Arabs? They are growing in numbersand charms to the eye. The profile head of for the office of Sheriff of Itrovard box of your "liaco: -Curo," and it has a r t l Only n few minutes'
drawing recruits from the "degen- County, Florida, subject to the action i Ir It Alrr Ira l i ptl' la>r gat idol a I ill l I u l ( i
Philip on the gold stater, crowned with of the primary elections, and respectfully enth'clyelll't'tI mo of the habit In nil Its ., ti y walk from Kail way Hta-
erates of cities and towns" at all times, its delicate laurel wreath, is as clear in ask the support of my fellow citi forms and I havo Increased thirtypagan5 tioux and Steamboat land-

until now this river population num- outline as if cut in cameo, while the zens. In weight and am relieved from .
.
bers, as near as any estimate can be chariot and steeds on the reverse are JOS.' I'. HROWN. all tho numerous aches and pains of s II lt On the bank of the

made., over 10,000 people. They are not charming example -classic) art in design City Point, Fla., May 12, '00. body and mind. I could l write qulro ., -; far-fumed Indian River.
easy to count, these river denizens. and workmanship.The of paper upon my changed! feelings and .

They are here today and gone tomorrow. intrinsic value of the gold in the condition. t7 rn I NIs7W M.LiN GSIsM ?NT. ,
the mouthsof For1 Tax AMMCINor. Yours respectfully 1'. II. MAKIIUHV,
know
They hiding places up !
coin is about $6, but the value of apiece
Pastor C. 1'. Church, Clayton, Aik. .
find - -
creeks would be hard to
where it -
of such vast antiquity, so perfectly hereby announce myself as a candidate -
them and are as elusive as fleas in 1 preserved, to the antiquarian and I for re-election to the otlico of Sold by all druggists at $1.00)() per box;

every particular. the coin collector it would be difficult to Tax Assessor of lirovnrd county, subject three Iron-clad( clays' treatment), SURF CREST. /
.
The overplus of population in the estimate. Another point about this to tho action of the primary elections. I $2.50: with written guarantee,
three states-Pennsylvania, West Vir- increases Soliciting the support of all, I remain lor sent direct upon receipt of price.
Macedonian coin which greatly
ginia and southwestern New York- your obedient) servant, Write for booklet and proofs ]Eureka SEA 13IIEEZK, FLORIDA
its value in the eyes of the antiquarian J. F. WOOTEN. Chemical & Mfg. Co., La Crosse, \Vls.,
tumbles into the Ohio river as easily as
ia the fact that Philip was the first king and Boston, Masse Thin! comfortable airy house ..n tho hunch, hi
do the creeks, rivulets and rills. From opposite Daytona: open all ,tho
who had the arrogance to put his own 'round. Tho attractions that ottered :
far year ninny are by 1.1 miles of a hard, smooth
the river
Alleghany they come,
up effigy on money. Previously, so far as For School Superintendent. lUiach.{ Moderate[ Rates flood tablo. Artesian water. Central lot'lIt.1on-holnl

from Tionesta creek, from Broken Straw known, the coins of the Greeks and the T 'EELING that there Is a certain sonso HOTEL MELBOURNE only a few minutes walk from bildgu/ and pustofllco.\ Excellent fishing In liver
and Caldwell, from Oil creek and Cherry of their anti nil the 'round.SYDNEY.
orientals had borne the efipgies of modesty that forbids our present ocoan. !Surf: liaMiing year
run, out from Big Hickory, Hem- gods or mythological heroes, or rather Superintendent of Public Instruction I HAIGH,

lock, Halls run and Slippery Rock religious devices or symbols. But Philip from announcing himself for re-election

creek; from the Irish Ripple and the in Greece, as Caesar in Rome, thrust to the above-named position, friends MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. Sea Breeze p. o., Fla
Breakneck, from up Cowanshannock take this opportunity of placing the ,
creek and the Big Pucketta, from Pit- the gods aside and stamped bead his own his name of Mr. Jno. 1[. Sams before the .- -...--.- .- .- --- --. .-
proud and conquering upon Open all the year round.) Good Fish- ,
hole fastnesses and the Big Mahoning voteisof lirevard for le-nouilnatlon at
coins. But while the contemporary enemies the election Ing, Hunting and Yachting. hates, .
coming primary
ways-a slouching ignorant procession
of both Philip and Cesar included \!. STANTON HOUSE.
of young people who have no ambition, this among their counts in the indict- Titusvillo, May 6th, 1800. $2.00 and upwards.

no education, but who know that the ment for boundless ambition and impiety Proprietress, )[IIH. C. J. llKCTOit, -
Ohio river means an easy life, easier :
Greek and
than felling logs in the mountains or brought against them the Wake up your liver, but bo sure you ? 1 1 D. J, JONESProprietor..
made it all right by
Roman population take Jbimmon's Liver Regulator to do It IL
working in the coal mines or on the conveniently discovering that the two with-It will do It time and do It EO NADO.$!URF'BA1HN6; THE TEAR ROUND -

shoots.-Cincinnati Tribune. conquerors were really not men at all, so well that you'll feed Monderfully refreshed 5 tth -> Rates $2.00 per day Special I 'Terms to

Stock. but gods in their own right.It and strengthened. It Is Sim
Soap is probable that another coin similar mon's Liver Regulator that does it. D Families.:
Notice appears in London Inventionof to that which Postmaster General There is only one Simmon's Liver Regulator --:: a

a peculiar product, under the'name Wilson wean as a scarf pin doe not exist and you'll know It by the red Z on yMMfAnIC('s""wy"aw.:

of soap stock, prepared in Drindisi, in this country outside of a museum. It tile package. Take nothing else, and on'If"" jM'fRhA.rLA Two Minutes Walk from Central
which is largely utilized on account of you'll be sure to got all the good health
its special properties. It is prepared by was :presented to him by a friend, who promised.ROYAL"PTANSY.. 20 MILES OF BEACH FOB APLAUffffUNO I!Iapelai Depot, ',
it at sale in Paris. Of its
picked up a
subjecting the residue of olive kernels
genuineness there was no doubt, for I Femoras .t Cnr.ntitMode- CHATTANOOGA, TJ3NN.Travelers' : ,
to chemical under the action .
.
processes I ...
of sulphuric acid after all means of extraction 'when Mr. Wilson was in London British last rate rates, solid comfort, no ostentation .---.. .-. -- .. ---- -.. ._-_..:.... --
the
he took it to the experts at
by have been exhaust year, good fishing, good cooking.
ed. Of this pressure substance it is stated that museum, who pronounced it authentic ..;PILLS '
and tried hard to buy: it, but ME W +VF.RY. NKVKRFA1LJI." : HoteL1c"-' 5:
during the year 1894 tho quantity pro nothing could induce Mr. Wilson to part .r A mew,..U..I..d. ore.u.r ru..u,," PARK COTTAGE ...
,
duced amounted to about 1,200 tons, the prm..d..m..lv.. Muuitjr .or painfulroenvturmtlon. ,
not alone because it Wall sow.mi by with it, pre- .... .
medium market price for which rangedat 101411_ InvlifombMth 0... Iw.v..f -
some $90 per ton. The article in sented to him by a very dear friend, but ........ n 4_p._r bun until ImIted.n.Luc ft lIa...411...
because, like most classical scholars, he _led In plain wrap..... *"H.ii question, which is of little value aa a r' *fur ...rtleul..o. Hold bv I***..1dr.e.I.eoredon. ,
baa love for the "glory that was t .
lubricator a deep N PEKPKHMKIU*
has a ready sale among soap :
Greece," and this rare bit of minted eALawWlA'rleN, C'hfaMtfw, 111.
manufacturers, and in yean when the I carries him back to the most luminous Sold J. I). only.
oil gold by Screven
has considerable
crop been favorable This Hotel is under
quantities have been exported to this I era of the beautiful and wonderful Boarding by the Day or Week. now new management
,
country, Great Britain and northern' Greek civilization, which still glows for ........................-.-......- I I'
Europe. This oil is locally known as the student like an unfading dawn be- $1.50! to 2.00 per day :during stammer and has been thoroughly renovated through- .

"olio Bulfureo," or sulphur oil, from hind the mists and glooms of overlapping WlNTEHSmiTH'SC !

the method of its extraction. The refuse ceoturies.-Pittaburg Post.No FINE VIEW OF THE LAKE)>

remaining after the extraction is used no arsenic.H out.t '
for fuel for boilers millers 17.. For a Movie as 35 years success. .
steam by as .OPEN THE TEAR AROUND
.
... .
a matter of economy. I s purely vegetable and JJiis meet. all Tralim, and Kluctilo: Car vase door. Bath rooms and all
I L eaves no bad effects.L .
Crawford M.rl_,.. I O. HOWES, Proprietor. Conveniences on every Hour.

English that Crawford. ast year produced .A.1.1.
papers say Open 'th.eYear.. ;
Marley, who recently died in New Zealand housands of testimonials. '
at the age of 83, wa the last sur 0 ne 50 cent bottle High GlassCarpetings I Rates-Amerlcan: Plan $2 to $2.BO; European, 60c.:to $ I.OO.
'
vivor of those who had a ride on Ste- N ever fails Special Rates by the Week

pheunon's No. engine when the Stock- 1 n breaking the chills. '! FINLEY & MORROW, Proprietors

ton and Darlington railway was first O all for Wintersmith's. ..
------ ---- -- -- -
-- -' .- -
opened. He was about 18yeu.rtl; of age at ARTHUR rETM CO., Le.I..llle. .,. I "
the time and, with two other boys, ........ aNnre. ....Open all the Year Round.... Jacksonville's) )Hew Fire-Proof Hotel.
he ......_......... ......................
went to we the iron horse, which
First Traveler-Will you join us in .a

by was: eight brought horses.from When Newcastle, the locomotivehad on a> dray game Second of cards Ditto?-I never play: game of H. E. CLARK Hotel Geneva

been placed on the line, George chance. tAN .Seaside Inn. ,

Stephenoon'c brother Joseph, who was "You are excused. We would not //M/eBEN TAMPS WHY NOT HAVE Yl u II r

in charge of it, asked the lads to run to want a player who would eliminate that 1 38 West Bay St.Jacksonville \ Cur. Fmgth.nd Oilnr JIlt..,
a, farmhouse for some buckets, and the rHCAPANDARK..iABI.Et'iRM: .
On
element. ury. tho Ocean Bench at /'lJacksonvilie, Fla.
boiler WM filled from .a spring near at e ssSTEEL STEP OIF. *ASEAI > Florida

hand. The fire having been lighted and Z.pl....... S MASS ".HCCKS SEABREEZE FLORIDA. Modern Improvement,, Bath, etc., on

team raised the boy, in return for Violet-Mr. FiddleLutk baa asked me T YPFWRITERS SUPfUE Announce the opening of his Spring Every jfloor. Gas and Electric r

their assistance, were invited to have a to to the theater with him tomorrow BIGGEST PLAN Lights, l'ulienlCer Elevator. Artistically -
go ,..
ride. night. s Stock of select and exclusive patternof Many attraction and Improvement. \ and elegantly!; PurvJ -
wawa. IN THE SOUTH. nUhod. *. u
flnngr >
Why ttiptieg n.ell.od.Rndyard DaUy-That'* strange. Ue ha askedme floe grade Carpeting and Matting.. have been added to this, the malt popular '

; Kipling declined an offer of also. hotel of the Kant Coait. Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3,00.
1,000 for word article telling "Yea. I told him wouldn't go without Rags and Shades la all sizes and colors.
a 1,000 chaperon"-New York Ilrrald.Mo The beautiful, wide, smooth beach UmuurpaM WMkly Kate.on Application. i
"Why America Could Not Conquer a Wanted-An Idea 2=== Send fur Sample and Price, and you Special. HaM for th* !IunIDI.! y
l fur driving and
England on the ground that no true < bicycling.
......
CfeMig In _. ED. L. OWENS, Prop.
Briton would betray state iccret Then "What is the beat lip of spring .....JOHN_,wapi i.1su kseic a --11'-VOl r_' .weal.._.. wjll be .,Ieaaed. The turf bathing and ttthlag In botji
Rudyard; ingeniously avoided confessing wMN..a.r
em Ise bcW I.-u.J:
weather sad liN ocean and Halifax River are excellent.
that no reason exists why: America make' do need In the1, of #
which -What
"That delightful feeling RATES you way
could and incidentally f2.00PER DAY.
not the British :
whip
*
:you want to sit down and watch other AWNINGSFor envelopes, note' and letter head, bill i,
he U getting more than 91.000 people work."Chicago Record. -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine Special: Rate by the Week.H. head, itatementi, tag, card, etc ? )

worth of free adTet'tWDg.-Bo No. one, *3; No. two, $10; No. three, $15 We shall, be glad to have. share of your.
Globe. Tltu.vtlle, Fla. your Store or Residence. F. STEWART, Proprietor. work.


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"' ,;, 8 INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE AUGUST 28. 1898.a .


M" ) sod Suckers Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't ReportBhking
"UIIC.llIenl'I.le Slips iron. \V. It. Sanders Replies to

I I t j.' \, -.for-Sale.Abhnknx JUr.-IIurrlH.IXDIA.VOLA THE BOBBINS & GRAHAM C COI[

frr t Egyptian Queen, Golden
I (Jneen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and :' Aug. 213, 15411.( VAI
r Kail Spu>lsh. Apply to Editor dvorme : Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
, 1 ,! MAIrm & MATTHAMH,
V. 'I: "Piilm Bunch 1'lnery," neAr Sir-There Is an article In your LAW LOANS HEAL ESTATE.We
: Went Palm: Bench, Fla. last Issue by Johh 11. Harris, In which PowderSOWTELY .
I lie charges me with malicious falsehood,
I ( 4i --- etc. Now this l is strong language. First,
i L k Fancy IMneapplo IMaiitH.ps ,.. I will ask Mr. Harris some questions, PORE have for sale a large list of carefully
' which] I hope he will answer;: "Did you, .
-- Mr Harris, of your own volition, write -- ---- T selected Indian River Properties.
d i 1 .A1lakka 5 to 7-in., *::111> per 1,000. the articles signed Jeffersonian Democrat Struck by Lightning.Dr. 1 Mayor of Tltusvllle. the Florida
'I 8 to 12-lu.: and l up, *SO ?" Agents for Sale of Lands of Coast Lint
por 1,000./ ( Second., "And do you know that any Canal and Transportation Co.CANAL .
Suckers In proportion. prominent official said In the presence of Scofleld was In town Wednesday, The time Is coming around when we
I Mnooth Cayenne, $20 per hundred. the Rev. Blackman: J. F.. ,Wooten and and Informed us that there was quite a shall need a mayor to fill the place of L.A.1'VDS.:
I f1i' y ( J. & 1 V. M. TYI.KK, D. H. Johnson, that he told mo not to severe thunder storm at Cocoa Tuesday Mr. Wm. 1\(. Brown. We believe Mr. .
f Fort Pierce Pinery.Pineapple act on the petition to abolish the County evening about seven o'clock. Lightning R. C. Scrlmgeour would be well fitted Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Comps
H Court." struck the chimney in the residence of for that office. lie has been a resident Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.
,
{ l f' ,c' 1 i Third. "Will you give his name ?" Mr. E. Stillng, badly damaging it. After of Titusville for a great many years and and other Low Priced Lands.
Vt1 Suckers. I had expected to retire to my occupation -' leaving the chimney It ran along a steel many of our townspeople would like to
at home, where I have a good job clothes line, and teal striking some shelves, see him installed. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
,4 I will Hell you more strictly No. 1 open to me when the result of the primaries smashed a good of the crockery. The Titusville. Florida.
L t damage to chimney, carpets, crockery
Suckers for were known to me; but after
Smooth Cayenne pineapple i
1' tt1 ; t, v1 tho money than any man In Florida such stabs as this, and the one In the etc., is estimated to be about $300. Teachers' Examination. :
>" v Sebastian Items In the Cocoa I -
,
Try me. All home-Brown.( paper
,, i Gl<:o. II. WIUOHT, am compelled to defend myself.W. The regular state teachers' uniform
i f i Orlando, Fla. R. SAXDKKH.Jtiuldol What They Think ot the ",,\.1- examination will begin in Titnsvlllo on Fred S. Chaffee &i;:

vocate." Tuesday, Sept. 8th, at 8:30: a. m. Applicants ,

c I Fancy lneappl Plants. Orange Treex. will come provided with pens, Ink D"
A lady writing us from Roams, says: and cap paper, and prepared to stay FRED s. CHAFFEE, TITUSYILLE. FLA
5 Several thousand choice budded orange "I send my copy of the ADVOCATE to a three days ': ,
t Abbaka and Egyptian queen slips and trees, two to five foot, of the followingand friend in the north, who says: 'I enjoy Registered Pharmacist.
i I 'I ; suckers and Porto Rico slips. Prices on other varieties : Harts Late, Jaffa, reading your pink paper more than any JOHN II. SAW ,
of
application 00'V. Indian River Mediterranean Sweet, Par of the other Florida papers you send Co. Supt. Pub. Ins. A Complete Assortment
OUlnoN BHOWJ, son Brown. fruit and lemon me.' I
Hobo Sound, Fla. trees in variety Grape, 111101Jimltell number Hoax-'"You say Moneybags Is char- -f* PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundries
the fruits
following rare : Pineapple Mayor O. S. Porter, of Daytona, says: itable. Why he never helps the poorer
( I For Sale and Pear-shaped King orange grape' Marsh's fruit. Also Seedless bud wood and will"I like the ADVOCATK very "much, and i classes at all." Joax-"You're wrong; -'9 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. =<-
take it for another I
iI 'of all tho leading citrus fruits, ornamental year. it was only last month that he gave his m- We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
> ; f J. Common and fancy: pineapple plants. i
1 trees, plants roses, etc.
and Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, of New Hartford, $2,000,000 daughter to a penniless count"Prompt.
Lemon
select from.
to
r" acres Prices on application to Conn. the We want trade. Give us a trial
other citrus tmes.JAMKH HOT.MKI: : A. L. HATCH Point, Fla. and says interesting ADVOCATE than ever is ,mOl'enewlIY and i your ;

f 1 I Jensen, Fla. City she likes It better than any other paper y Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfumer.1,.1W
I.d t she receives from the East Coast of Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
i Squirrel Hunting. Florida. Agents for Stencili and Rubber Stamps.
Fancy Pineapple Plants. -
I I :MoB:\ ll\'ll. Pritchard, Puckett, Ilapper- FOR first class shoemaking and repairing
M} :; I Hardy, vigorous, frown( without shel sotto and Elwcs, rode out to Bear ham- call on J. A. Daughtery, Washington E TABI.I Ht. b :C
I1 ter. I'l'lues on application: to mock last Saturday night, so as to bo on avonue, Titunvllle, Fla. Shoes madeto JACKSONVILLE FLA :EJ_ L:8e... .. ,
"; "I K. U. li. TYNOAI.I time to kill the wily squirrel in the order In tine style.
ti r 27ij>armo(! Waveland, Fla. early morn. After a night; spent on the Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
cold, hard ground, they sullied forth, ,
Messrs. Pritchard and Happersette being Reliable. Responsible. of Indian River to Stock of
I call the Attention of the People my
the the other' two occupyingthe
ABBAKA gunners
Slips.
....
4. of carriers. Prltchard O-rooor-iess Fruit
position *
,
game :8.Cr.r. 55 CO. Staple Ac Fancy
...
slew five squirrels, one of which man .. ... ,
11 Smooth Cayenne Suckers, Red Spanish aged to hang Itself up in an inaccessibletree And Food ProductsOf
I tj Slips) from healthy, vigorous horae- and Happersette never had the Wholesale All Kinds. Also My Stock of .
' ; | grown plants, for sale In any pleasure of firing oft his gun the squirrels
for etc. \ Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
) }, quantity. Write THOMAS piioos& ELDRED, probably being afraid of his prowess. Hay, ,
1 Gw Jack says next time he goes hunting on Ground Food and Wheat.I' .
i Ankona Fla. horseback somebody else may carry the exclusively In the above line ol
!Run.: Our Specialties :Oranges, Lemons Apples, Pineapples, Peas, Potatoes, am the only house on Indian River dealing and solicit
r Onions Grape. Nuts, Limes Guavas, Butter, Begs, Poultry, Honey, etc. Good I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence
your patronage. Very truly.
I ABBAKA.... 1)!ltl You See That Tie ? References:-T. II.Sligh. Lady Lake, Fla.; W. M. Williams, shipper, Fruitlaml, Ee L. B.AD'Y.
,; Fla.; The Trade in General. Write or wire for prices

.Slips and Suckers For Sale. Attorney 1owell.Tltus, of Jacksonville 106 Main Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
k f says that the ADVOCATK did him a Jty Hotels Supplied on short notice with anything on the market. A good EDZ: IARD: O ILI1VG.Oocoa. ..-
a, a ; Rod !Spanish:; in any quantity. Prices great injustice by publishing a statementto stock always on hand, at lowest price.
.I on application. SAEOER BROS., the effect that ho wore a McKinley tie Flori: .Lk,
? while In Titusville. lIe states that he
II + '. Ankona, Fla. has been twitted by many of Jackson The NewSelden DEALER INWood........
.ar I ville's residents owing to that paragraph; .
and ho emphatically announces that be and Metallic
,," SUCKERS. l Is a straight out-nnd-out democrat. Hd
SLIPS and
has not gone: over to the republican
ranks. The tie he wore was n new kind Cypress Door Company and Gaskets
Coffins
of sea-sldo tie, and the ADVOCATK was In ,
IFancy...... error when It reported it to b" a McKinley -
tie. Mr. Titus says he had to do J.A..LA.T: 1 F-L..A.:
considerable talking to the democrats ,
> Home-Grown Varieties...... and republicans of Jacksonville to disabuse Will, about October 1st, 1HOI5, turn the steam on to Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department l is under -
their minds of the idea that he the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using the
FOR SALE.ABBAKA. had worn a McKinley tie while In Titus. One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind most Improved methods of em bill in ing. All orders by mail or wire receive prompt
,k ville. Mr. Titus, who was In town from attention. EDWARD STILING,
II Friday; until Wednesday, Informed us Cocoa, Indian River, Fin.
tx that ho had! : : suite of rooms, as and General Wood Working Plants in the United States,

PORTO RICO. offices, in the 3toiiawk Block,Kay; street' ,
Jacksonville, and woultt commence to And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
1 SMOOTHNCAYENNE. practice law there about the first of next years In Cypress) tho patrons of our company may confidently expect the best THE DECANTER.
W,I month. 'possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
Doors, Sash, BlInd! Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.

((1 h RED and SPANISH. Ice Crenui.I --- --- Lesley ere Renaker,
p

L a fa I LAKE WORTH FRUIT CO, am prepared to supply you with flue Pb nix.' The St. Augustine Cycle Co. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies,

Ice Bottled Beers Ales and Stout.A
cream every Sunday. Union .
r Lake Worth Fla. 1\111'4. DEISNKR, TI tu vl11o. Has the best line of wheels I First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.

c.r Correspondence Solicited.HOME H Diamond Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given: to mail
l .- and sundries in the state. All orders. Cash mast accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER,Titusville,Fla.
t. For Treasurer. a Excels
Kinds of bicycle repair work
GROWN....... the advice of of Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International. Exposition
some my numer and other Ladies
BY neatly done. Atlanta,Ga., 1H95.
friends, I announce myself asa
Pineapple Slips candidate for County Treasurer, to be and Gents in Stock. F. W. BEERS Prop.
voted for at the next county election, THEG. H. HAMMOND COMPANY
: _. _
and will thank my friends for their sup- -- --

; : and Suckers. poit. Respectfully CHR. F., FISCHER GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.miiRx \ i ,

I" ,, to Of the following Varieties : : :B <>S.9 PORK AND) BEEF PRODUCTS.

For County Treasurer. Wholesale Dealers In

"" 'i FOR SALE : Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, III-
To the Voters at the Democratic Primaries Groceries: : Fruit aril Jrod.Loe.: Salesrooms, 231 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
} Abbaka Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, :. 131 anti 133 East Hay Street and 113: .",111/1/ Nevrnitn Street,
hereby offer myself as a candidatefor a Giora.crliio: : : s F1orl.d.a.:
Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth I, I ro-oloctlon to the office of Treasurer Special Low Prices on Canned Meats.

I Cayenne, Pernambuco, and of Brevard County. I refer to my ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
I record (during the past! ; and, If elected,
J ., :.. J'J'I J'I I Red Spanish. will\ give to the duties of the office the V'r1te; "U..s :for :Jrl.oes.:
., same diligent attention and watchfulcare TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege- -
f ti Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS, as In the past.Your tables. Returns prompt and sure. Wo supply the best Seed Potatoes, and Cow
obedient servant, Teas. 'Va'lteIII for our wholesale price list of groceries.
r Florida Pineapple Company
< 'I I. ARTHUR T. FEASTER LANDS for Lemons Fruit & PineapplesIN
ijj 1. ..:\ WEST PALM. BEACH, FL..s .'-. MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE FLA. Grape

t For County Treasurer.TITITSVILLK BREVARD AND DAbE COUNTIES FLORIDA.In .

r Tile HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ?
:, FLA., Aug. 23, '00. order to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits In the Counties named, the

the republican convention hold at FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. will, for the next 9 months, make a Seduction

l Avers grocery (Jo.DEALERS nominated AT Melbourne for the on office the 18th of county lust., I treasurer was If not, don't you think you ought to have one? I have got the Five Minute of Tienty-flye Per Cent on Price of Its Lands In Aboie Counties,
viz
White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, at the following prices : :
without any solicitation on my OR UNTIL DECEMBER 13th: 181Wyy -
I part, but being so nominated have concluded 1 quart at. . . . . . . . . ,* 1.30 each. For terms and Prices apply to
INFancy to accept the honor, as my 2 quart at. . . . . . . . . .. l.BO each. D. C. SUTTON or W. R. MOSES, West Palm Beach, Flo.
opinion baa always been that the office 3 quart at. . . . . . . . . . .. 1.80 each. W. C. VALENTINE, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
and StapleGroceries should seek the man-not the man the quart at. . . ... . . . ..' ... . . 3.20 each. F. S. MORSE, Miami, Fla. or to
o office. I shall not follow the usual custom These prices are only good until the stock I I. exhausted. Keep your eye on JAS. E. 1NGRAHAM, Land Commissioner., ,
by making a personal canvass of the this Bargain Column. FL
county; but if the voters. In their Judgment ST. AUGUSTINE. -
should see fit to elect me, 1 shoulddo -
Confections.Ice my best to perform the duties of the THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART THE < .
office honestly and to the best of my ,

Cold Summer ability. THOS. T WKTMORK. Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. * GEO. WIEDEMAN BREWING COMPANY,


i ....Drinks. For Charter.The -r FOR SALE BY Brewers of Fine Beers, Standard lager Extra na a 'aeDchen

CIGARS, TOBACCO, FRUITS,
I EDWARD STILING......._......_..._................ THOS. A. BETHEL Manager. s Bridge St.
VEGETABLES and COUNTRY PRO fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be .
chartered by the day week, or month; J'ac<,esonville. Florida:
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Tltnsvllle, Florida. anywbere between Ormond and Miami. Garden' Bar. 10 dozen pinta .900.
accommodation ladle
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n further particulars write to rows, suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Grower, 3-In. tread; A size larger 10 dozen pints, \\"bite., . .. . 9.80.

nEED blank lOo. each; ".00 per 100, at CAPT. Gr.o. Cook, suitable for Pineapple Plantations, 0-ln. tread. X -bbls. beer... " ' ".' ' . 4.43.

t the ADVOCATE office. Tltasville, Fla. COCOA, Indian River. FLORIDA. K.bbla. beer. . . . . . . . . . . -4.50.
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