Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00042
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: September 4, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00042
 Related Items
Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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L CAL NEWS -A store In one of the most advantageous : Rend This Column Carefully.3JT -There In a store to rent In the Ai>- B5T If you need any Job printing, wo 'l'It.'l1lo :Normal School. '
positions in Tltusvllle is now for VOCATK block, suitable for a furniture, hall bo pleased to got it share of It.'l''ncherM' .

Topics! of General Interest. rent. Apply to Robbins & Graham, or : As an advertising: medium, no dry goods, or millinery and dress-making This school for teachers opened at thorhoolhousc
Chas. II. Walton, Titusville, Fla. paper on the East Const can beat the stablishment. The only store for rout Kxauiliiatlon. Monday, before, County
ADVOCATK. Give us a trial ndvt., In Tltusvllle. Apply at the AI)VOOATK :supt. .1,. 11. Sums, anti will conllnuo for
tr .nml General. Gossip In connection mid be office. bout three weeks longer, Tlio faculty
convinced of the
-Mr.\ E. L. Brady returned from pink paper'sworth. The regular state teachers' uniform ..
ll lllHOH.vne. Buy, Like Worth Indian, -1Vl'I'y efficient one-In composed .fl'.f.
.iiHim Ind Halifax Rivers Key WentI Miami Tuesday.. xaminatloH' will begin In Tltitxvillo on J. Anthony, Mm.[ Anthony and

1111 I other Important Point along the -Mr. J. D. Crabb of Cocoa, paid Titus- reefs-All are the to bo lighthouse, renovated.on tho Florida, Tuesday, 8<>pt. 8th, at 8.TO!: a. m. A 1'1'1\-' \ :Miss .Suslo F, Brown. Tlio object of tho
r.t Cost of Florida. Brief mention of ville a visit on Tuesday.Mr. ..OC-AT. AI>VTS. Ten Cents Per Line, Per school Is to teach hotter and 1 moro uniform -
.re.tlnfr Events from Varlnua. Parts. Week, on this (front) page.IKADO.UAHTFK -Mr. Robt. Hl1111wlll Is visiting his ants will como provided with perm, lIlett..II4..r Instruction! managing/
he World About People You Know \ W. M. Brown, president of the plII'lmtlllll town this week. and cap paper, and pioparod to May' of smaller schools, etc.
1 People You l>ont Know-Picked Junk of Bay Biscayne, is spending a fewl.iys three days In resionHu| to tlio cull of Supt. Sam,
for Singer sewing ma- Jus.
in / -Capt. Piitcluird U spending n
by Our Society Editor and a l"rK."lall : town. chines. W. R. Knox, agent, Titusvlllo.Joj couple of days In Jacksonville., JOIIM' It. :SAIISI: I Ito f..IllO\,11I1 I teachers prexnntetl thelll"l'v'M ,
unaltered along the for Instruction: Mrs. Brltton, Mr.I
Coi'rApond -The regular State teachers' uniform '
; (,o.SlIl't./ Pub.\ Ins.9Iayor .
-t CiiHHt of Florida. examination will take place in Titusvilleon -The orange, crop In South Florida l Dwight C"'ptollIIHI4": Venelln Minis. ,
Tuesday, Sept. 8th.! \ KY. Wo want money to loan on first tills year promises to bo immense.Mr Leila Anthony, Stella Mlum, Souiiai'd! ,
real estate mortgages.: Ton per cent C : of Tltiitnlllv. .illiau\ Comptou, Kittle Martin, Mary .
-Mrs.\ K. A. Hardee, of Sebastian, free of all expenses to lender. I). L. A. Sluilnon of Bowling/ Green, Jill'tins. Collie Sauna, AddluSnms, Starck I
after spending a week or so Seabreeze/ Oanlden, Tltusvllle. 0., passed through here, yesterday af; mil II"1.t"lI.

returned home on Monday.Miss tel for'noon Dade' county.with a large party of settlers J..1"r .1.lvl'fI''': I'I'"f.ntllttIlY Informs" us tlT.it school,

\ \ Susie F. Brown one of the IIHK'S Root Beer-the groat summer Dear Sir-It was with much Uwmm children In Tltusvlllu\ art noodod at thu.choolhouse
d+ faculty of the Titusville Normal school, drink-at F. S. Chaffee A Co's. -There will bo n union temperance wo read your notice In last work's Al>- to enable tho faculty to
gave the ADVOCATE office a pleasant call meeting at tho ProHpyterlnn church on VOOATK suggesting Mr. K. fJ.: Scrlmgoouror \ hero tutu vailouit methods of teachinghoroiigkly
4V0&LcI on Tuosd.iy.Mr. Sunday evening next. Good speaking mayor. I have known him for many and I practically) taught, and
SI.VOKU: machine attachments supplied and music, and everybody welcome.In years, and have always found l him an I hilt no charge! wli.itaver: will bo made.
\ Dan Miller. of Bay: Viow the W. H. Knox Titusvillu.AINTOFX I '
by agent
the answer, to those who life anxious 'lonest, upright conscientious niiin, :Much Interest I is manifested by tint
newly-nominated member of
School Board was in Jacksonville Brevard : to have their boys enter tho race for tho and many of our townspeople will echo 10nch..K. and I wo liopu parents In town \
so this week. dayor for removing all kind of i scholarship) at the Florida Normal College tho'ry of tho AuvooAric-"SsiM-liugeoiir: till at onco send their children, to time
i paint from all kinds of surfaces without we bug( to Inform them that the for Mayor." .school-house, HO that they may take ndvautiigo -
-Mr. Eugene Hale, night operator at burning. !See ad. on 2ud page board Is $10 per month extra. Senator Yours truly, of this lieu In"tl'lIctioll.II'I'I .
the Titusville station of the East CoastLine Send for circulars to Robert Morrow, of Tltusvllle, will give A. TAXI'AVKIl.A .

has been removed to Miami, to assist SOUTHEASTERNPAIXTOFP Co., any> further particulars noodod.Mr. .
I. NYr1S.Mr. .
Mr. Geo. II. RInes.Jndpro .
St. Fla. and Boston.
Augustine, ,
Valuable Mulo Klllftl.
J. G. Bast, who has boon coiunlsHlonod -
O. Howes will\ the
J. S. Cochran owner of sole agent for Brevard I countyof manage Holly

Summit orange grove, was in town Monday Wanted, at the ADVOCATE office, a the Georgia State Loan, and Building Captain E. II. Rice lost a valuable Inn, J Daytona, the uuniiug HCIISOII.Wo .

and gave the ADVOCATK a pleasantcall. strong boy to learn the printing busi Assoctatlnn of Savannah; On., will make mule lost Friday night. It seems that now hAve opus (hI Tltusvlllo two
The Judge says his grove Is getting ness. a trip along the East Coast In a few days some wilfully shot It through the! .i* jUOIIII".1 well-nlllnI1jeIIIlIlIllIllUI'h..l.ulll
.. along very nicely since the rains. to sell stock for this popular Institution hips about two weuks' ago, and It died\ is you will find III any part of Floildn.Mrs. \ I
Mrs. J. M. Sanders and AH an Investment, It Is shown to pay the effects of the canned l '
from injury
daughters, THR Indian River hotel barber; shop has Davidson will manage tho Pul-
of Cocoa, passed through here Monday, the best workman the county. We from 17 to :24! per cunt dividend. liy the bullet on the above nlubt. Thu mvtto house, Daytona the vmulng senson. -

en route home, after spending month guarantee satisfaction to all out cus -Capt. Bonj. Hogg and, sons Alec and mule wart a very line. animal and former This lady Is well known and I iiiltupopular |
at Seabreeze. Mr. Sanders-who wentto tomers. II. 3. Meadow, prop. Bonnie came up in the schooner Manatee ly belonged to Mr.[ Thomas' of Valdostn, and wu have no doubt Mho will
f If you receive a sample copy of ; Seabreeze Saturday-returned with yesterday morning: and Rave tho Anvo Ga. The captain Inforu10th our reporter ueot with much success.
ADVOCATE It Is tin intimation that his family.Mr. CATS!: a pleasant call. They came up to that he had, an Idea who wart the perpetrator ) )
Store to rent in Titusville. First When
and visiting/ Chattanooga, Tenn., '
of the dastardly net as HOOM
meet Mrs. Hogg who has been to Now ,
ould give us pleasure to add youro : and Mrs. J. O. Walton and class position. Suitable for furniture remember that the Stanton hotel iiian-
to our fast-incroaning list of sub- I Master Claude will leave here to-day on or dry goods store. Apply to Robbins & York to purchase a stock of goods for h as lie he can gut sutllclunt said 1 uvlduiu-u together aged by Mr. 1>. J. Jones, In still!}I open "
her Mr. Alec who Is wlllll'O"oollt" suspect
son Hogg, goingo ;
'01'8. It does not cost you three I" two or three weeks' trip to Columbia, Graham. merchandise mil ready to receive guuMlM. Wu mo
e week ( included) when S. C. Asheville and Hot : enter into tho business at .T---' '
per postage ; Springs!, N. C.; told that It Is n well.lIl11l11lselllIIt"l. 4'
n by the year, and it can be sent to Cnoxvllle( and Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; fort Pierce. For County Surveyor.
in any part of the United States or I and Atlanta, Ga. WHKHK 7th to stop. See list of hotels on -The proprietor of thin paper will Messrs.\ Andurson Pi'Ice, of OIIIIOIK),
:.ula without extra expense. I our page. leave hero few weeks' to are evidently eiifortalnlng number of 1
to-day on a trip
I -Dr. W L. Hughlett who has beento ---- -------------- the
Asheville, N. ('.; Knoxvlll, Chattanooga SKIIAMI'IA.V, Fl.A., !Sept. 1 IN!111I.!! quests at New Mount 1'leanant hotel,
Now York for time
some past, getting Whlto Mountains, N. H., tills summer,
r* JOB PRINTING at this office. himself well posted in all the latest -Mr. L. S. Andrews, of Cocoa who Atlantannd other places. During Ms Kilitor .ldllllClltll, : The traveling public soon tlnd nut the
moves In medicine and surgery, returned has been spending several weeks In New absence the editorial chair will bo occupied l
Dear 1'11'I am very much siupioil) | gnarl places' to stop nt
by Mr. G. Cary-Klwes whllo tho local -
home to Cocoa on Tuesday.: lie stoppedover York and other northern cities, returned I
learn that III'un the ticket
Applications for membership in the in Virginia! to see Mrs. Hugluott home on Wednesday department will! bo In charge of Mr. to my moo and Mr. Win. F. Ingold, Into iiiniiiijror of
isville Tennis Club should be made and the children, who will return homeat I'I O. Walton. Any courtesies extended for nomination ax county surveyor, the 1l1llIollIHprhloCll/ howl, MugnolLi
-The J. T. A K. W. Kail\ train will be 'I that the people here Imvo petitioned for .
has. II. Walton, secretary. the end of October. way to them appreciated.Vlcepr Springs, Fla., and the Chlldwooil Park '
leaves Titusville at 1':10lnstel\!: of 7:10: a. the sumo While I am greatly ploasud hotel In the Adirondacks will ho thu
:Mrs\ Geo. B. Hall has left Valdosta Passengers, on the Georgia Southernand 'in. an heretofore. The change took place : Hldcnt J. I K. Parrott, Traffic/ arid honored by this, I cannot see how 1 1o 1 steward the Royal Palm,liotul, Miami\; ,
:McDonald's Mill, Ga. Florida railroad will be able to get I yesterday.Mr. Manager J. P. Bockwttli. Gon'l. Supt.:! ,in escape defeat, as I nm not ,very 'well tho coming season.
dinner on that line on and after Sept. 1. I T. GofT, Mr. Larson, 1W.. W. H'I known In this. county, but have hosts olfiiends
Mr. George Rumph, jr., came upI At present there Is no eating house on W. W. Russell, of Cinclnuatus and Mr. A. Shulson passed through In Orange county. The Battery Park, the finest hotel In ,
Miami yesterday to upend shortin the road. A new station has been established Farms, who has been on a trip to Jacksonville ,' yesterday afternoon, on board Mr. Par. I know I nm coiupetont to fill the of. Ashovlllo, N C., under the able nianugoment -
town. at Cordelo, and Mr. J. O. Adams Orlando and other points, returned rot's private car, southward bound. lice; and. In Brevard. county It certainly of Mr. E. P. McKlssIck\ has boon
will have an eating saloon In it. This to Sebastian yesterday. I Traffic Manager Duckwltli made his first takes an experienced surveyor to lo the well patronized this. siiiiiinor; wliilu{ wu
;Miss Kate Pilchard has been spend- will\ be great accommodation to passengers -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold business trip over the East Coast Lino correct work. I have been surveyingfor are. told that the Hwnn.inuon, iindur tho I'
several days with Miss\ Wilkinson\ on that line. I divino service at /St.: Gabriel's Episcopal on the above occasion, and was on Ills a great ninny yearn' and If tho taxpayers iiinnnguinent of Mr it. R. RnwlM, the ,I
kledge, this week. Church on Sunday next, the tith inst., at way to Miami. of lirevaril think I am worthy of owner, has been full to overflowing attlmus.

Mrs. \V. J. Nesbitt, who ha been -The Florida East; Coast! Railway\ has I. 11 a. m. and 7. :3O p. m. Holy Commu- -Wo regret to learn of tho death of being their notnluco, I will give them en- .

ting her daughter atl'alatka, return- recently placed an order with the Elliott nion at the morning, worship.Dr. Mrs. M. lliachinanii, one of the ADVO I satisfaction.\ The Lookout Inn, Lookout Mountain,
Car at Ala., for
Eau Game company Gadsdcn fifty CATE'S valued subscribers in Norwpod, Yours respectfully, Toni under the
on Monday. Hat cars and :300 ventilated box cars. B. R. Wilson Is a candidate for I J. O. FIIIKH. management; of Mr. M.
the office of Ohio. The deceased. lady spent part of H. Olbson Is n most delightful place to J
Mr. E. County Commissioner for
J. Triay, Jacksonville's well These cars are to be equipped with the \
East Coast und
last winter on thu we Many of the
wn politician, passed through Titus- Westinghouse brake, Marden brake this district, and we think he will makea sojourn. ADVOCATK( subscriber
and reliable brad the pleasure of meeting her and her [For the benefit of the taxpayers ol have stopped nt this Him hostelry '
his beams very efficient one if the
Tower American
,, Monday, on way to Miami. couplers, continuous I'
husband At Ormond. Mrs. Brachmiinn Brevard that Civil and I tIe, bible and
and Butler drawbar attachments office is conferred upon him. county we might say they say inimugo- "
II. C. Stark, of Malabar, has his nn- Detroit springs, and the Moore door wits an Intimate friend of Mrs. W. W. Engineer John O. Fries has been knownto mont Is equal to our famous: East Const : \
Attorney George M. Robbins. left Russell who much
of Ormond
ncement for slier lit in this Issue lie with malleable iron very regrets us for some past as n very competent hotels. '
here yesterday for Mountain Lake the demise of her friend. and
IN at
inning on the republican ticket. surveyor, present engaged i'
W. Scott, while fishing with a ,, Park, Md., where Mrs. Robbins and art civil engineer for the drainageof Time walks and drives. about the Twin
The friends of Mrs. L. A. Brady ands cast net by wading in the shoal waters'of '' family have been enjoying themselves A Traffic Manager for the East the Cincinnati. Farms, a. large body Mountains\ HOUMH, White MountainsX. !
arrived will be pleased to learnt Banana river, had an experience with for some time past. He also expects to of and I other lands ((1I2, acres> H., are many and varied, and In ohoosInjfit -
they safely in Boston last a catfish: which went up his pants leg visit Cincinnati and Chicago, en route, Count Lino. near swamp SuLantlan., The ADVODATK lugs spot) ti> spuad Septumber.) outs ,.
lay. and jabbed its fins an Inch deep In lilt and 1 will return *o Tltimvlllo about the boon reliably Informed that Mr. Niles, should not full to consider. this famous .

The Equator-Detnocrat says it Is the leg. In Mr. Scott's efforts to get It out 10th: Inst. On Tuesday: Vlco-I'resldeiU J. R. was educated for a. ,surveyor and civil\ IIOUMO.Is fissured Heated of throughout by steam; ,

', sound money paper in Florida. his hand was seriously wounded by the -One of the largest free schools in the Parrott; male an official announcementto engineer, snit. has been a practical engineer one and In tho warns rUI/IUlat night
early .
ke up, Bro. Pendleton. The ADVOK back fin. The leg of his pants had to be world Is In tho East End of London, and the effect that Mr. J. I'. Itockwlth for 41 years. morning.A
is another.Mrs. slit with knife before the catfish could: Its 3.:>00 scholars; are taken from the had been appointed traffic manager for For 21 yearn Mr Fries wart surveyor Inrgu party Hill leave Boston Fil- 4
bo got loose. Fortunately a man was poorest class of Russian Jews. One hun- tho above railway., This In a new office for thu Plnut Hy tem, und for IK J years diy Supt. 11, for n tour tliorougli/ the .
\ II. S. Williams, after a stay of with him to give him aid dred teachers do the Instructing; breakfasts just created for the above road, which the taxpayers of Orange county elected Wliit Mountains. They will bo led by
eek very pleasantly in town with Mrs. : are provided each morning and will give: Mr. Beckwith the general him their county surveyor which Miss Kate I Kan:! hol'll11111 will make their I
me Brady and the Misses Egger re- -Mrs. J. E. Lanouette and little son each child gets a stilt of clothes and two supervision of the freight and 1 passenger. tlon he held with honor to JuIII- objective )point tbu Crawford houiiu,
ed home on Friday last. Kennett, and Miss Lizzie Altree have pairs of shoes year. There Is a savings department Mr. J. D. Kahner will the residents of that county. whore Mr. Hel1l'yl\lurl'III.o well known

Mr.\ W. S. Thomas the energetic I been stopping at Jasper, Ga., for some bank in connection, where sums up still retain the position of assistant; Knowing his superior abilities un a as the manager of the Royal I'ulnclann; I
Len correspondent, passed, through I weeks past. Mrs. Lanouette says It Is a to $50 may be deposited and which pays passenger agent, and !Mr. W. J, Jarvis surveyor, the courts and' state officials. Piilm: Beach, U. assisting his brother '
I beautiful mountainous country, 1,10) that of often send Mr. Fries to and
the 10 general freight agent.;
usvllle money-makers cent. survey 01111'localltlell
Saturday last en route to level. young per Mme Marlon Van of New
feet above sea There are 2H large Duyn York
takes the of In
uii. Mr. Buckwltli : place Mr. Important canon, us In thu
I mountains In.that section of Georgia, -Supt. W. B. Coffin And Civil Engineer Joseph Richardson, resigned about Packwood murder case etc. IIIIN returned to the Mt. rlonsitut. House,
-Messrs. Gus P. Anthony and Glen one of them being 3,000 feet in height, Spencer, of the .1., T. A; K. W. R'y, three months ago. lie Is. no novice at Mr. YrJIII' surveys have been always Whitu Mountains.' A sacred oelloCertwa"
pnm, who have been on a visit of sev1 I, and the drives are delightful. They are were In town from Tuesday afternoon railroad work, and Is. no ntranger to TI- sustained by the Supreme Court, and he given Sunday evening' by n combined
1 weeks to Georgia! returned to West I stopping with' some charming people, until Wednesday morning. Mr. Coffin, tusville, where the editor of this paper has the great distinction of being the orchestra. of lit plncuN The concert
m Bunch last Friday night i who keep a table lit for the greatest who Is traveling In his private car, Informed had the pleasure of meeting him some only United States Department !Surveyor was pronounced success., and visitors ,
epicure. us that they were on whoso have were pronont from nil the larger houses.Messrs .
-Mr.\ C. L. Dolan a well known resi- an inspection years ago. surveys been accepted by;
t of New letter -The Rev. F. C. BayllsH, fomorly of of the rood. Mr. Coffin Is a right He Is an old and faithful railway servant the Department without examination Price, of Ormond
ADVOCATE Smyrna!:, says, In: "Send a recent along the Titusville, but now pastor of the St. jovial fellow, and his many Indian River and has been freight agent of the on the strength of previous good and 1 IUD the ones to cater to pu bllo'li wants.. 4

K paper for I cannot well do without John's Episcopal church at Klssimmee, friends are always ready to give him a Central of Georgia Railway general; correct surveys.Mr. A frequent| visitor to the White Mountains ,;
I must know what In. going on along has: received a call to the pastorate of hearty greeting when he comes. this freight agent of time J., T. Jk K. W. Ry., Fried luis also! surveyed and I built N. H., writes: "Ijet us again at- I
coa t." the church of Incarnation, of Atlanta, way. and general passenger agent of thu Ocean many railroads In Florida. vise visitors to ascend Mt. Wlllard If

-Mr.\ Ga., which he refused, stating as his reason -G. D. Ackerly, general passenger Steamship Co. If the people of Ilrovard need priictl possible. late In the aftcrnuon. They
o been and Mrs. A. E. Kingsley, who that he Intends returning to England agent of the J., T. upending a couple of weeks in some time about next May, and did not one of the most popular railroad men In Beck with, and wishes him unbounded one who will follow In the footsteps of In shadow, and can; watell It move lowly
tntwhere her Mrs. Kingsley went toe desire to accept unions be could remain Florida, Is trying to havo the railroadsof success In his. new of iec. We have no Mr., R. U. Burclifiel with honor-then up the curves of the opposite aide,
qed, eyes treated by a specialist pastor for several years. The Atlanta Florida establish commission. houses doubt that Ills numerous friends throughout Mr. J.O. Pries, of Sebastian, Is the man displacing the yellow splendor, whllo j
> to through here, Saturday last en Constitution publishes a picture of Mr. at the most Important markets of the Florida will rejoice to hear of his appointment you should vote for.-Y.mTolC.l] the dim, green dome of Washington 15 '
Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley Bayliss and gives him a grand sendoff.Mr. as trafllo manager. It Is also 1
'e United /States: for the protection of the gilded with 'hcavvtly alcltomy.' The I
formerly residents of Indian River
satisfactory to us to learn that the Indefatigable -
This Is in view of the I
shippers. a move the right summit. of the Presidential
> their many friends would have liked D. C. Sutton, one of the owners worker, Mr. J. D. Rahner, will Notice to lUke Itldern...
direction and there U the too Is :
no reason why Range a reward for the short
aye: ex.- I,
seen them stop off,atTitueville.Mr. and editors of the Lake Worth News, still\ hold the position of assistant passenger
railroads could not conduct such Bunion almost valuable
agencies a* a* the view of
and resident of the railroad lands
- : A. T. Rose, who has been spend-I has received the agent appointment of director:, at a profit to themselves as well M to agent. Commencing on Monday, August 17. the Gulf of the Notch" The carriage !f
a few months at Waukegan,Chicago, I of the Louisiana experiment station, the Interests of the growers.-Tavares and .untll further notice, I will\ clean road to tho summit beginning just below
other place, returned to Indian : and will accept, says the Tlmes-Unioi Herald. Don! Wanted.Save your wheel prices from nOcts. to $1, de the railroad station, lead through, :!
er on Friday last. lie stopped over In : correspondent of West Palm Beach. HeU pending condition of machine. All the wood until It comes out upon the I
>">ville until! next day when he left a native of that state, and came from Millinery. your bones and send them to the work guaranteed. Popular prices. on edge of the mountain, two miles from ..
west Palm Beach where he has a'' there U take charge of the St. Cloud experiment Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jacksonville other work. Bike Instruction given the Crawford House, where Mr. Henry''t''
tyard. Mr. Rose builds some of the : station in this state. This Miss Florence Norwood, Tltusvllle, Fla. Will pay cash for them. Joe Smith, Tltusvllle, Fla. W. Merrll), the coming manager of the ,)
at launches on this Coast; and as he offer wa the cause of his withdrawal asa Fla. Mall orders promptly and efttcl Royal Palm. Hotel JUIaml, will be found "'

t retrained building.his health, he will again candidate for the legislature from this ently attended to. Kitten for Sale. For Charter.

county. A Rare Opportunity.For .

Pineapple Farm Do You Want a Graphophoue A high grade, new Winchester rifle, Th fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be sale at a sacrifice, the lease-runulng -t,
Store for Rent. 43-70 calibre with case; reloading tools chartered by the day week, or month; until Spring of 1807-of a hilly, ,
and cartridges. One Spencer rifle. On anywhere between Ormond and Miami. furnished 30-roomed, pleaaantly-locttml
t VVaveland. Fla., will be sold at a The store In the ADVOCATE block, Graphophone ("talking machine") Sharp's rifle. On revolver, and sports Good accommodation for ladles. Vo hotel on Indian River. Immediate ,
1tce. Write Just vacated by E. L. Brady, Is for rent. outfit In perfect order, for sale at bat man.' outfit generally for sal at great farther particulars, write to session. Address Lux pos ;
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O. E. COOJT' agent. Apply to Bobbins Graham, price. Apply or address) ADVOCATK sacrifice, If purchased at one*. Applyat CAPT. ORO. Cook ADVOCATR once,
Jensen, Fla. Tltnsvllle, Fla. office Tltusville Fla. ADVOCATE: office. Titusvlllo Fla. TltusvlUe, Fla t< t




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: indescribable, not because they are You and Your Grandfather HbaDcb to Bnrm. Florida East Coast Railway

: womanly or wrong' but because their ,
I > Sales I The HSnglish acton who come over
; is mute and sacred to the two 0
d language Are removed from each other by a st>an here are intensely English when they FOKMKKLY: THE

persons most concerned. of many year lie traveled la a slow first' arrive but they soon show their appreciation
1, Do not always agree with him. It :is going stage-coach: while you take the of American colloquialismsby JacKsonville St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.

t With Hood's Sarsap- sometimes wiser to agree to disagree.If lightning express or the electric car. appropriating them. A gentleman of Time Table In Effect June lath 181H.
( rilla"SaIe.Talk"andshow Talk have of wit in When he sick he old
you spark! your nature was was treated by
;I this city relates that some time ago in
that this media
this time to have fashioned methods and given old fashioned =
you ought by !
the Now York club he met Fred South Bound. North Bound
t '"I cine baa enjoyed public confidence BOO made yourself so necessary to his existence medicines, but you demand modern
V to extent than accorded Ideas In medicine as well as In thing Wright Jr. the comedian. Some one :No l'io No. STATIONS.No.: __
; ':,jfI': patronage a greater that he will miss you sadly when every .: No2165 :311 : \a.i 1
31 .11. Sn,3El'I'
; Thitla else. Hoods Sarsaparilla is the med- was telling about a woman who had 31. mkl ,
', :;'I any other proprietary medicine. absent and will begin to realize that married her third husband. LvJackf40nvllle. .. 91Aa ih )I' .., ... .. .. LvOIand .. .. 11111111011I., i -'
I ; simply because It possesses .,...telt "it is not good for man to be alone." icine of today. It is prepared by mod just Anlt..tlue. 1030 a tI.uI: p ...... .. .. Lv Lemon Gt'; .... 1110 a III naAr8t.
I than ern methods and to Us preparation are "By the way," the gentleman asked, ... 10 M a . ...... .. Lv Jo't Laudon\ ale.) 1151... III ,,533,1Lv
and cures 7
merit greater .8t
t I I'' produces Though all progresses well draw the brought the skill and knowledge of mod "where is her first husband buried?" LvE. Yalutka.. 1121 a .. ..... .. . .. Lv LInton.. .. .... 6112 a m N.
any other. It la not what we say.but line at promiscuous osculation. Never ern science. Hoods Sarsapiutlla acts "He was cremated was the answer. ...... .... 1160/ .-.... .. -.... -. Lv Lv 130 a m" III"ArJ..hltk. .ILv
., what Hood's Baraapaeilla does, that tells him to kiss That la theprivilege .... .. .. l0 t-5 a WFaI..c 11011 pili '
permit you. promply upon the blood and by making "And the second?" Yalntka ::;;::;; .:: : Lv 81111 a III t; I I''
I the story. All advertisements of Hood's of the engaged. But since the pure, rich blood it cures disease and establishes ". Ar8KuJlI..ttot. .... 1001' ... Lv .. 904ai, .
Sarsaparllla like Hood's Sarsaparilla It. "Also cremated. ,. 100's .. .. .. :. .. Lv Fort 1'ieree.. 90111 1'
'J'' .l "Greet one another good health. a> Lv San Mateo' :...;.:.:.;.; a in :I I:
apostle I
I'' says ye I
4 1 self, are honest. We have never deceived "By Jove, observed little Mr. LvUrruond... \ ... 126U/ . . .. ? I.v Meh""th." 10 III/ a III,
with an holy kisa, you might vouch .. ., I 011' .. .. Lvfoselaud 1144 a mLv
l'' .1: tiM, I, the public, and this with its superlative safe him just one some night at partfag ; Wright "that woman has husbands to Lv t'o't Haytona.orange. 1111 I' . '.. .. .' Lv JI.16111..rno. .. 1123:: a. III' ,
'. \ "' !, medicinal merit, is why the people have bhe-"I wonder why Dr. Fourthly always -' bum. "-.St. Louis Republic. LvXewllln'rlllO.., lr.o I' ., .. ... ? .. Lv Eau Oalue. ... 1133..11I.. I
'' ,: abiding confidence In it, and buy perhaps. But if he attempts to return LvTitnsvilie. .. .. 263!= Ii .. ,. ... ..... Lvlinckladge!: ltls .. .
I j Vi it do not permit it. Tell him "It speaks to his congregation on the Described.. I.vocoa..... .. .. 331 P . . ..... . .. .. Lvcea..1: I i niLvitockledLK .
Pictorially: . .. .. .. is I .
i, 'j: horrors of Sheol and how to avoid them? htls. I' III
:1" is more blessed to give than to receive. .. .
LvEnn IMllie 403 P ,. LVN.w: SIIIynla. 2x1( I' III .
''i Finally, you might inform him that He-"Force of habit; lie was a fire insurance 5'Wflp4 JlI"llIollrno ". 413" .. .. I.v iort Orallg6. 2221' III ,

i I Ii : Hood'sSarsaparilla you can put him in the way of finding agent before he became a clergyman. ,: H'"ellln,1 lelu.tIm.. .. .,4 41i1 5J I'I' .410.. .. ..... .. .., 4.5 a14 1LvFort I'1m III ... I

l J : a "good thing," and refer him to the ." 1lerce.. ... 60/11'/ ... .. cisa .... ; III.,
nineteenth of Proverbs the l.vOden. .. 63'J I' .. .. .... 81 a .... :60 I' III ----1-; -
chapter Lv.Jell.en.... .... 6311' .... .... .a a .. : ( p III, '
;: twenty- Huolld verse. If he be a manly Lv W. ruplter.. .. 130 p ... .. .. .. LvD.ytona..2. 'I'-
: The cause which produce sick head .. .. .. .. .. .. .. p m -
i Sob 030. 450
for I.v W Palm noach I'
of fellow and 1.
;. / sort cares anything achelarnoro promptly removed by Ayers'fills 1 I.v 1.lntol1 .. 4. I' .. .. . 11 011 .a I' III ... I_
; ft Almost to the exclimlon of all others. Try Ittune you, he will doubtless follow the exbnrtatiou than by any other medicine. They 11( I.v Ft 1"ler.htle. .8/ p .... . .. 1111... ... .. I' III ,", -
. ... \
I Lowell. t of the prophet and thus find Lv tcnmm City. I' a 110.a 76 I' m 1 ( ,
YeeParr.lnnly. by C. I. H tad /&Co., easily and speedily) correct all disordersof I ArMiami ... I' .. a21/ \ .. .. :! I'm Nt"J.
favor with and the Lord. the stomach liver and bowels 8I\1II'e-
you ,
to asks
MB tlm only pills (I .
Al A. .It W
\\1 HOOd .,,S wltliJiood'sBaritauiir.Democratic .. Should your innate modesty rebel store to these organs regularand healthy. y Trains ai, 32. 3'i. and 18 between Jackaonvllle l\R.\.XCI!. _-

.i' f somewhat at this suggestion, you may nctlon. and St. Augustine, dally. OU'rH 1I0\Xh. ---
TraIn 2011 lJetweon MIami and, Fort Fierce,
STATIOSS----so: -
that it
----- ---- -- console yourself by remembering : : 2'o 4 !1:1":

{ Nominee" ia indeed your leap year privilege.If A human skull with red incandescent dally except. Ion.lay.. Ar :NewSmynua 123ap' II : __
I Ail other trains south of 8t Allltllstlne dully ..
you are the dear, womanly nestling bulbs in the eye sockets is the device except! SlInday. Lake Helen 12wryo' :101'1'
orange City 12/1111'/ ) '
4 For Presidential Electors : creature you ought to bu, he must with which Police Lieut.! Rank of a Chicago O. City JIIIIO 136p 3 :
( huvo propollec.llong ago. If he hUll not, --
f station scares culprits Into making Sot'TH H'XS'rATIONS. ,\ .
ii r' If It. A. IHTIIKOUU, of Marlon county discord him for either he ia not worthyof
i W. S. JENNiNGS, of Heriiando county. "en confessions He darkens the room when :So 3 Nn.l Xo- ,gemLv
or are
I rapport"g
you you ,
SVD. L. CAUTKU, of Alachua county with him. lie has. prisoner in the "sweat box" New Smyrllll ij li3il ---- -
J. F. YVKLIiOllX, of Orange county. lAke Helen 2 SIp 1/11111S1
V. In that and turns on the lights In the skull
core try again. producing I.v Orange: CIty 3011' I It 2'lll
( { I For Congress, 2d Congressional. / IWnt. :: a growsome effect and a confession Ar n. City J..ne. 35k,1131","
f : ji KOBEKT W DAVIS. Her Cyclo: Book
'I, In nearly all cases. Tl ese Time Table Knows the tines at which trains may lie expected\ arrive. and ilcimnfmr), ,
For Governor : The; bicycle book ia the latent a pret the m er\I\ stations, but their arrival or departure at the tIme. stated not 1t.II"alll..oIlul\ itu,
I r.M WILLIAM D. ULOXHAM.MILTOX favor the Company bold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences, .rising tliurclorni

1 Buckingham's Dye for the whiskers J. II. JtAHNKK: ,
I''or.lusticoSnpromoCourt : Ass't Geii'l .
? It is intended to be used as a sort of does it work thoroughly coloring a uniform Passenger Agent
; H.. MAI I1KY. -- -
h i ; diary of one's trip und to record the brown or black, which, when dry,

III (r. For Secretary of State : speed and length of each ride. Like the will neither rub. wash off, nor Hull linen.

; JOIIX L. cn.\Wo'OHD. address book and the culling list book The Tropical Trunk Line.

For Attorney General : which have I been found foully useful,
1, + I Advertising, to be succesHful, must
} WILLIAM 11. LAMA tills little book is hivndmade. The best
be The of
continuous. rough edges
li (1 j I For Com jit roller : of paper should be used and the cover skepticism are not ground down in a Jacksonville & West
Life. Tampa Key
,, f W. II. HKVNOLDS.For should be of canvas, parchment or leather. dll>Y. 'No business\ can be prosperous r -Brooklyn Railway

For Treasurer : A tiny painting, or pen and ink without continuous advertising. JOSEPH ,H. DURKEE: Receiver.
drawing of u wheel, with a suitable
motto or apt quotation would be just SOUTt NORTH -
f For Supt. of Pnlillc Instruction : right for decoration No. No. ULcal No. 21. Na.23 I Tln.eTable. In Effect July 241. 00. "u ..,. No. 7N. \n.. ;

W. N. SHE ATS. 9110.p'000.. Lv..s.JACKSONVILLE..Ar 'i 30 a m 6 444 p In\Ji:;;;;;
r BRICK *! BRICK *! BRICK .... Mixed. 9311' 921a. ..Oranlle: l'11rk.. .... 8 :lOam 8011)1/11) Mix.
For CommlnHtnner of Agriculture : At an inquest in London the other day J\loW'y 041p 934a. .I.eorl"., .... .U38am 60IpUlT"iJ,
LUCIUS H. WOMB WELL.Y 12 of the 14 jurymen who Inquired into ,:..::.. and Fri . .. .Magnolia... .... ., . .. .. .. .. .... ?bond
D' i .. .. 1016p 067a. ... Green Cove "'prlllg" .... ... aWam II 3111/11 Coal:
the.death of a man named Robinson ..."... .... .. .. .... .... .. ,]Bostwick . .... ... .
r ; were t named Smith and the other two ........ 10 111.. 11211p 104.x .. .. .... alatka...... ... .... .. 1I110am 441pin'1 3..111!
; ... .. 11 2-Ia II52p 11 Ilia ...... S..t811I11a.. ." 426ain. 412pii 2lrp
a .1 II SHOULD WOMAN PROPOSE were named Jones and Brown. East Coast Brick .. .. 114161 1207p 1131a ... }.onw...... . .. 4maarn 311II1"p 224p'
'.1i Co. . ... 12111p 122'la 11411& .... ,Crelll"ntCltyJllnctlon, .. .. 3113am 341 pun' 15.11'. '
t t'' ; ; : .\ .. .. 12 alp 114oa12tea; ? .. .,. ... ..Seville....... .. .. ... 13IIam 3221'11I 1l91''
ere.GllmouVsWltgr: dTlmelyAnewerter)1 : ........ 231P 113a. 124.11' .. ..,. ,..VeLe..n BI.rlngll.. .... ... 21\1a' 2 411 pin lI13a
"I I I the Uumtlon ID the New York II..raid. Mrs. Nowlt (to her husband, who, .... .... 320p 120aUlp..Glenwmnl.. ... .... .... 240ana 281piii1045.'
f." 1; I. f Tho New York IIc raid has been huv- with a razor in hand and face lathered Jacksonville Florida. .. .. 41Mlp 1411a 1 lop .... ...... ..Iteresford.. .. .. .... ... 2311alll 2l1pn1 1 IUIS.i'
I ... 42/1 p. .... I 2ip Ar1 Lv .. .... I M I' III .
',: t I inn a letter c-onteHtoutho subject, "How Is standing In front of the < mirror)- I .:..:... 320p.... ... 166pLvf I .. .. .....Deland .... .. .... { Ar. .. "l3211t20Dp /", .
IN I.k-, Fur May Womiui Ou to Are MANUFACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor ..... .. ... .... .. .. l .... .. .. ..Ent..rl'rt .. ...... .. .. 9111"11I ,
d ti Euuouruge a "What are you doing, dear; shaving?" .. ... .. 4 onl' Ar ...... ...Tl'r1'8VILLE........ Lv. t110alll,
' : /b Man to Propose?" Mr Nowlt "Not! I'm to black reaching points on the East Coa t.VilJ give very lowest prices. . ..: ::...... :: ... .... .. .. .. .PROla........ .... . . .. .
I { r Mrs. Jiuucii Oilmonr of Brooklyn trying ........ ... ..... .. . .. tlllrronto.......... .. .. .. .. .... I.
the stove. Where arc you ; downtown or J. S. SMITH, Jr., Gen'l Manager, .. . . .. .. ... 31W1p. :.... ......lilt.Dora. ........ ..... .. ... 8011I.11I,
wrote the winning letter and as the Jacksonville Fla. . ... ... .. .. ..... 0I1oI'Ar.. ..... ,... ..".... ..... .Lv.. .." .9ainain520p
I t subject Is one that will Interest all out sailing? .... ... 235a -1alpArh..Sanford..... .... ....Lv 50an' 13ilain 910.
I i .. ... . ." .... .. ...Altamonte Sr.rlllg..... .. ... .
'. ( women and ua her letter in CHpcclally ..... .. ,.. .. .. .. .. . ...WlnterJark.. ..... ... .. .
witty, here mo Mrs.\ Qilniour'n ideas as Which Is worse, Imprlsomunt for life HAW AND PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE! YARD .. ...... .... 6110 a 3301'::.. .. ..Orlando... . .. 121111'111 1155amKIs"nmee.
i a life-long disease like sCI'ofullfOl' . .... ..... .. .. . .. .. .. ....... ... .
who gave them to The Herald : or 1'HlHtka, FI... E. Bay St.. Foot of Catherine.. .. ... .. ........ Ar.... .. .lIartow Jo. .. ..LvS18a .
Solomon, the wisest man that ever example? The former, certainly, would .... .... ... .. 8111)) . ..Lakelanll. .. .. "OfOpm I 030alll.
I Ir. bu preferable were it not that Ayer'sSnr .. . ...... ti23oa 634.) .,. . ... Jlartow.. .. . .t 4 30 I' III 74liam.
I 11 I 'f' lived Huysof u good woman, "Her price aparllli can always come to the rescue WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY .... 1131'IAr. .. .. .Pllnta (orda..Lv' .. .... tS50ain1050a
: : ; I id far above ruble ." Certainly, from his .. .... ._.. .. 74opAr... .",.. .. .Tampa. ... ..... "Lv 630pm S00ain .
:bi! 'I' and give the poor( suiTerer health, . . .. .. ..... .. Hay Hotet. .
extraordinary und eitciiaive experiencewith strength, land liappinuxs. Manufacturers of ..' .. .. ....1 1130 a 821 'Ar.. .. ...Tumfa .. .. ...Lv 466pm 720a111 ....
41 [it the HPX, I ftluiuld couHidor himcoiupetoiit ...., Mon and 'l'hur8 9301' Lv..... ,fort. Tnnipa.) ..... Ar 2:10: I' III Thllr.. asd lfllIlI,
........ 'rne" & Frlo1l '' JI j will to PIUM promimo judgment.We that you are a The children at Bethlehem are told by *( Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. #_ .. Wed and !'lat.' 6bUaAr" .. . .. ..Hav.IIIL, .. .. Lv 1230I I' "Wed.nn4Sat.

/ their mothers that on Christmas eve a .
L j tXJll such he .
({ womanly" woman aa Dally t Daily except Sunday.

I jl) t I describes, and that you are desirous of choir of angels always sing above the A largo stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling Hiding, mouldings, shingles TraIn. 23: and 78-Through Pullman ItulTot Sleeping, Cars between New York and )1',

t approaching u niuu on the subject of place where Christ was born. Travelerssay Tampa dally.
lath and hand
I thus
pickets always on assuring prompt shipments. Cypress ,
that Train 23, leaving: Jackanvlllelanyat8011a, : m., arrives at Huwtlmrne at 11:4.1: : Ouinwl
matrimony- anxious to that this and
yon are on evening scores sometimes mouldings/: of all patterns a specialty. 12:411. Ocala I :all: L "ilmrC3:3H( : lirooknvllle 11:00: )p. in. Train leaving Jacksonville at 8UO:! > l I'.. ,
i induce him to propuweu hundreds children may be seen arrives nt Oakland::12 a. m., Lacnocliue:-ui a. m., Tarpon SI'rlnge3:30: p. m., Cluantator) 4,33
' j First.-Select the man on whom When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, wine and see us. III., St. Petersburg 5:*" p. m., dally except Bumlny.
II In the open air looking up into the open Trains 21 and 3'J. through. 1'ulliniui: sleeping car between Jacksonville. and Tulips
intend to bestow the of .
you privilege -- -- ---- -- -- -----
sky, waiting to hour the angels sing. W. B. COFFIN, Q. I>. ACKERLY
e your attention, note his behavior' and Guner.il 8u .erlntendout General Passenger Ago I

I 't I general conduct, mid then, if you ' I j. him worth the winning, hold fast to It Is a fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla: :
' him. We two strictly enjoiuod to "hold inn true blood ruritlor, has proved, over HARRY MASON & CO.

I" I 1l''j' !' ,, flint Second.to that-which In your in good.after\ companionship and even good.again when other that medicines it has power fall to to do cure any, The florida (Central & peninsular Jailroai(

(; with him bear In mind the fact ,- H. MASON a CO. Jobbers In Fine Imported

1 that you are a woman! of groat price', Short Line between Florida and all Northern Points.
"far above rubies and wll1l1evl'r Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and w nllY 8trltllt,
J/ you do not purge, pain or grlpo.( All druggists Only 13S Miles\ between Savannah and Jacksonville
compromise yourself by luiy.indi-cortms-; :23o.,!: J.tCKBONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars High Ba
Hess of speech' or miuiiior. Everett Savannah Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington,

,, '.' &Sock:; his society in such .a manner readers tlmore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
that he in not cognizant of being sought any along Grade Whiskies Etc '
the EimtCuiiHt have of Everett Macon Atlanta Cinclnna
a piece Interesting : Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville
; after ; bo bright ail cheerful in his
\ news, do not think It too much troubleto and Chicago.

s presence; IIYlUlnthilllwith: him in his send I It to our utnce, as we will always ---- ..- Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis\ Little Rock, Kansas City, t
t trouble ; stimulate !him to 1w efforts bo clad to 11u\klll'oom (for it In our columns I.kle8-lmIKrte,1 and Domestic: Southern Belle, R'K'kand Rye. . ...from f 1 Mt per gal Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
? in his business affair; cheer him when itpOssible.'Iffriends distance are llranclteH-Ixinientlc. apple" peach, blackberry, and peach and honey .from Sl.no/ per galGansHulla11t1,0111'Lb11 River Junction, I'lm"lcollMobile New Mexico Calif"\
Orleans Texas ,
1 id ,, etc..., ... ... .... .... ..frotU'I.t1Operlt,1Rnm ,
to i ho dcHpoudcnt and encourage hint to oiilmllun River, orlfyou or your nelgh- ..... ... .. .. ..... .. ..... .. . .. ... .... ..... ......... .from'1./10/ per Ital and the Pacific Coast Effective April 1J, 1800.
t.. I confide iu you. bois are about to make or have recently warm.-fort, Catawlia, Muscatel, Claret, etc.. from. .. fl.nojier gal ..faekl'AnsaTA "
I Dose becomingly fur him but never made Improvements of any kind, let us Chtrete-Finest W-'J.I.:: .... ..... ;;.. ..;.; : :iri f2.25 per ease LCVeI New York Kxprens: : No. 3$, leave lull:
I. hour about it. If a former resident of Mottled }""'r. ...... .. ... .. ...... fr..m.l.ac..erd..*. a c a. vllle 7:3)1: a. m., dally, with Coliin.hla ThroiichSleepers n'aaiingu! "
gaudily. When ho is absent from ) for Havannuh.
you Indian River writes you a little Interesting :By:: All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. a Haiti more, 1'hlladelphla New York and: \,
write him a few interesting' chatty letters news (not of a private nature) it Jugs and demijohns will be packed In boxes, when so requested, without ex w w Kaxtcrn: point. Connect for JurnaimiwArrives I

wherein, if yon are mi adept in may Interest many of tILe ADVOCATB renders tra cost Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will wr Jacksonville" 9:00: p. m.

the art you ran weiivtf i I' fow inniiiuut- along the East Count ..If published. If not take liquor) C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. C New Tork Fast Mall N... :3" In''1

ing .expressions. which may work won- you have a suggestion to make sue a pub Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO., a SAVANNA r a Jacksonville 6:fiO 1". m. daily for Arrive same' n Jsonville ..;'

,' 1, ; ders. ""The pen id mightier than the lic evil, or an opportunity to \benefit the : () 307, 300, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .4 4sb41 ern )points 10:2: and.. m.for Feruandina.!

sword.''* people of your town, we will give you Jo1 u aY

Above all else, prove( yourself good space to make it knowu. We are workIng Heantlfnl. I 811'

I listener. K he monopolize three-thirdd in the Interest of the .East: Coast and Laborsaving I Economical I Incombustible .uyls. S Country Only Line nl Middle Through Florid the !>'"".: ,......

; of tho cuuvernjition, you will have the we want your nsulstanuo, either In news, C 4. O KMiambl,. liny Leave Jacksonville no'un'
for Lake Live Dak. Madison, "
subscriptions! job| work. 5 city. deb,
h more chnuee to study his character' for .e cos. C T"n..hlUIver. ,Junction I-ensai-ola fJlVS

"out of the abundance of the heart the "PAINT OFF. ._to CL8 E :New Orleans and the southwest lIllesISI'I":: "''
i forniu and the S'acitla Coast.
month Rpculretli. I guarantee that yon STATE UF< OHIO, CITY or Toro&uo, )les Arrive Jacksonville T:O5 a. in.

will get in your thirds in the sweet by LUCAS COUNTY. J J' Qua oC5DA5

and by. Frank. Cheney makes oath ,that he 55y5 -
Is the senior of the firm of F. J. (Patented ..A.merlolanll Europe.) 01 stnrWthorne .A
should onxvely advise your tn>ating partner p Leaven Jacksonville 9:.BB a, m. for 4'
Cheney A Co., doing btinlnoiu .in the cityof Silver kale ".
him to of Ilia
specimens ) cookery. a' v

mdther might .excel iu your the culinary art and Toledo that said, county lirm will and pay state the aforesaid sum of Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces, S.crwvr l 0 0 ; a 'R t l Key irUndo. Arrtv.Jacksonville3:46p.iI. ......"'8r.rlnlt.:'''h..... .Dade Tavan City: I'11Tampa. :. Ap' tar t

Moreover it'u an nnoooked apple
One Hundred Dollar (for each and e"tII'yCI1"C .
I with which Mother Eve beguiled Ad- of Catarrah that annot) be cured by I y -

am. Of the righteousness of that transaction the use of Hall's Catarrah Cure. Chemically Instead of Burning Off. ( d 1.-'. Jxta
I shall l say" nothing; of the success FRANK J. CHENEY. ),(a.of tb. ;,. r4 onvllle Cincinnati:M p.and m.Florida Solid Llmlt..l. Tr. ''n W<,T
>( .18
I everything in that she molded Sworn to before me subscribed In KORIOA CCMTRAXA.V ..ew re a little over 25 hours" to Cincinnati. N.sh?.3aaad
'I'AINTOFI" I" trade of In and In .
a registered mane a new discovery chemistry protected fur
Adam to her wilL Time enough to my presence, this Oth day of December, by letters I"ttoul of the railed State, <........1...(1"1" Britain and other countries it U the renal < 30 t"yy;' Atlanta.LoiilsTille" Chattanooga.. Chicago and Connects all pnlnw awe ortlt
"fet>d the brute" when you have to dot i A D 11'111"( A. W. OLKAfWK, uf twtlunt reiwarrh experiment with the purpose) In view of Coding a cheats simple' and active f CMIftSULAR R R. AU4 .t. Arrive Jacksonville \\1:311: a. m.
solvent' of old paint and varnish. that would. supplant the old method of burning and scraping ort
t I then feed him to :your heart'.oon.tent ,]Seal.] Notary Public. the _.... Cnmitctloss.

and feed him well. Hair Catarrah Cure ia taken Internally Gilmore .t Son, Painters and Decorators, Jacksonville Fla., write: "We have m.7t o11,1LOaIDa..Nr' (Iure.w.e.s.e

If you are making any progress" with and nets directly OB the blood and given Palntott a trial and can nay that In 43 years experience as a painter It Is the :a'4ra1t"" Holly Sprlnir Route. Stt tonic.I':6N'P4 i /"AO'! "III. '

kirn accord him trifling familiarities mucous surfaces of the nystem. Send best paint remover In the market. Chicago. Atlanta Leave, nirmingnarai JacksonvilleMocon H'41y '

which may be increased in proportionto for testimonials free C. E. Itoyle, house Painter, etc., Jacksonville, Fla., writes: "Having had ex- Memphis i, 8J>rlDirfleld.\ Kansan City $t. Loui. Chicago Slonx ('It). Through 8"Ilry.Jekemvtlle ;.wit'..LtI'<

his affability and bU. Interest iu you. F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, O. perience as a practical painter for 2.1: years take great pleasure In. Indorsing change. co Kanw 1\:.dit: City a.' in anti Se. Louis,aaad only one change to Cbicatro and Sioux '

Your womanly intuition should by thin ;jy-Sold: by Druggists, 75o. FalntolT, and cheerfully recommend to the public In general." 4:1aia3: .. -LocalforKvemt.. Clone. connection for Brunswick. Shortest and qnlrkr' "*,-fit'

time enable you to judge whether or W. LansdelLofJIUll: Hlldltch .t Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville 9x10&no P.P. i?'-ix>clV for Tallahassee and IntcrmediateIsoinn. Arrive Jacksonville.t air.*>l f- tit oI-JII"
not have found favor in hi. light New Missionary\ -"My predecessor Fla. writes Polntoft' trial it to be For ? Tampa lntermeliakWr ints. Pullman sleepers. .rrl..Jack. .
you : "Having given a thorough pronounce a Macon Atlanta' two Train l>aily. Leave Jacksonville 1:.1t) a. m. and 1110: P- >
and to act accordingly: "Be ye wise tut did not live very long ]tore. The climate perfect success, and to be all you claim for It." 1lteamer'1'u1l1Dl&0,Manatee" from Tampa for IlralI..towo. and Manatee River polute.
Sleepers on all Night Trains.try .
serpents, but harmless M doves killed him, I suppose." Cannibal Chief ;:r Send for Circulars. and Testimonials to Send for
Should there spring up between you -" ol! I rather Incline( to the belief that Best Indexed Township Map of Florlila' to

a lI1utuall'l'gnrlI. treat him to some of our cooking had a great deal to do with .South-Eastern States Palntoff Company. N. S. rEXXIXOTOX: .A. O. MAcDOXELL,

those dainty feminine touches :which are A+
It. St. Augustine Fla. Traffic Manager. General Passenger

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[professional Cards. FOR + I r Largest i'T'
FOLKS.EASY R..IaJlobiUtp. and ] Most Com- ji
1tusehi's lauded nubility is iu a bad
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1 OB *. R4aBINa. WALTER 8. OKA HA.... way,. ucHxmUtiK to the report of the plate Establishment. South. 4 I ,,

+ OBBIYS & I.ATTORYEYSA FUN. British conmil at :fct. l'l't'l'>Ibnrlf. More THEPLANT "

.LAW H...... I. an Interesting Experiment!: With than 100,000\ Mtl\tI.aI. IT, 41 per cent uf GEO. S, HACKER & SON

Bewitched K.c:*. the whole un'u of> luud hold by nobles, :

[ .CBIIouH-! :-From 10 to 12 a. m., Let tin tell you how you may have a are murtKugvd to government, and private C CI Ce Ci l

2 to 4 m.TITl'SVILLE. laud credit institutions, The
p. little fuu. Punetn.ro the shell of a raw SUMMKlt TOURIST RATES "

Brevaril Co., Florida. egg with a. pin anti through the bole amount of money tulviuictnl iu ton years i
111$. was 'tl3 OO.000. uf vhioh only *4tJ-
thus made the When
; extract ouutenta.
L In all\ the courts-state and fed Const Ocean huM
.practice| To 50OOOO been repaid. Of the capital :
the shell ban become thoroughly dry Kast! Ut'sorts.r .
lor and of $:.11>0.00'1.000 of the Uovt'nIlUI'ntLand i
: facilities examining perfectTimid -
title. pour flue Biuxl through the pinhole nu- ..imm
til; the egg ID about( one-fourth filled. to St.... Auguetiiw' ..""rnu.iid.| ticket IWt..iuv will. end he NewItmrim mild' of helping the 11&lu1101'Iut" little ij1

CARY-ELIVES, Then seal up the hole with white wax, At rates. shown Iwlim ) tI+'kl*la tu IH hart been paid buck, nod little inipruvouivnt KI.A., July 15: 'INI.: I :
lI..ht.1. j1
to (>i toper SI, IHtm. Tlrkms fur rhllilninetwuun
and your imitation ; will be an nat has been made in the cututt-H, tho
egg live and twelve years .f age, will he MUHHIK.:: 11. 11. Ilopklim)"',
NOTARY PUBLIC ural in appearance us a, real OHO. .4 ld at one-half. these, rates" ench "..>IIHIII tobe money borrowed having been usually "'II rasa.' Ajtt.! L. .t N.

STATE AT LARGE The next time bulled eggs are served Conductors nmrkud punched will sell from}t. nair.nt Mntlonn.'rom .owWd. MInyof the estates would have 11. L. Todd, Div. 1'naa.,. Afft. } I.JJ I.

at breakfast substitute your sand egg; stations whore rates. are trot shown, connrtors been long ago sold under fortfliwuro of rinnt :Siyntem.

I Typewriting; ,. taxes paid for non- For one that you take from the dish, .ceding; will use rates from station next pro. the mortgages; if the government hud Jacksonville, Fin, '

Liilents, rents and accounts collected and tell your companions that you are not intervened. Gentlemen:-It In with pleasure! wo [a1l1(factn1't'I':"( of

Correspondence solicited. going to make the obey slight. : I
f. etc. egg your !I.
g ,, Keeping Him Horn. buff to advise yon that we, the trnnxportntlon -
Doors Sash Blinds
Florida TO I o
iTItusvllle t.P i ,
,, ':! Mrs. Voaxt-I wish I could think of commlttoo of Jncksonvlllo '
i rc3;:; something to keep husband homo at I
& KEXNARD, ? f>' M Y 1 iuy Division, Ni>. 2, Uniform Ritnk K. of P., Moulding and Building Material.
nights "
{TILLER FROST: : R ;, i:
Mrs. Crimsonbeak--Oethimabicycle. after thorough Investigation of the

ARCHITECTS. ,Iaekannville.. . 1111\1 6 010\ u on u .r. "That would take him out more than Otllco\ nod 11'lu'erooots.. King, OpjirmlteCnnnon I
.I4S 8T0 4411It. vaiibita routes to the Biennial Meeting '
I East Coast business will have prompt AujOs..e. .. ." 1x1: :7b 734" :900 I ever. tr"tJt.
knot I'.h.tk" .. .. ,H'' II hl' 245 :8 I 1111I.nlatka. "Oh, no it wouldn't! My husband of Supreme Lodge K. of P., nt Clovo-
tentlon. .. .. .. ::1711 :23e M 3 :k. ,
llllloItIlO.. .. . ... 700 ::12" ::1110 974)Fspnnola. got one day before yesterday; mid the land, Ohio, have docldod that on noooiint Charleston S. C.
[ TAMPA( FI.ORIDA. .. .,
2:10: i 111. N") :2 18taVlwle. doctor ho won't bo out for a ,
.. .. 21111 111I 141\ I84)Tnmoka. ) says of Hiipoilor 1\lIvrmtl\ltl'lIautl schedules In
G. ..;..": ..... ... 3211 ... IIn 1111unnoud mouth. "Yonkera BtutcRuiau.
WIt S. JONES ,:;;;;f.r;; ;.fi.-i2, I . 3411.. .. .11 I 'Isilinytnnn. each; direction! to niinio as our Official Sash Cord and .
I ; : ; .. .. ..... .. 810 "II. .. .. T8834) An Ideal KxUtonc Weights (
/I ..rt Or..njle.... .. .. :, TI\ MI INIMl Route the following: Plant System to ,
est wish. You may make it stand on ..n..'"+ (.r..k.... .. Ina M 1). 0111 "It must be awful nice to bo a farmer
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .. .. .. Montgomery, Loulsvlllo A NaMhvillo R'yto
the of knife the rim of 1'.nh,11 B1)ey. 4211 1 '" 11\ do Hart are
a said tho
edge a or on 5I' .. 4 i IC m city girl. "Nothing to ,
flTUSVILI/E, BREVARD CO., FLA glass" no matter whether you put it Now Ilolon ::':... : g:: 2 55 1 84) 1'MI but sit around and let things grow. Cincinnati and Pennsylvania) to ,
(.Ity..... ... 4:10: 2:11I: 211 1 1141Uralll \
And the who did not
sideways or endways.The young man, : Cluvoland. As to date of deinihiro WII Window and' Fancy GlassA
County Judge of Brevard County.L. ( City Junction 4110 ::1.41 2 tIt 2 IHIHa..kl ) |
only precaution necessary Is to ... ..... ...... 488 I 18 INIltumn0sr ... know that the first 18 yearn of her life I
tap the gently time you desire ,.. ... ... .711 134 114 .3int. had been farm thuteventnul- will\ advise you later and we ottrncHtlyhopo \ HPEQIAI.ry.I
egg every spent on
11111. .... .... 1111I1 1 185 7ltttk
to place it in any position so as to A"rl1"th'. ... :I 80( I III' I 111Io.t ) ly proved to bo iu the gun belt, wait that all other DivlslonM throughout -
GAULDEN, make the sand settle at the bottom, and ) 1I1118. ... ........ 841) 7211 211II 1:11I.rit"8Vlllll. : wonderfully improwMxl. Indianapolis.
.... ...... IHIIII/ :929: 1/111/ I the Stets will join us at Jiu'Uson- Agent for "Quick Meal? Gasoline Stoves.
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW the weight of the sand will keep it as .............. 518 9 11II 2 43. 1 bFanela Journal II
wish it to be. This is called the a...... ,611(1( 8 1\: 2 1"1) 2 III villo and piocood In a body.Ve dimlto
J Will practice In all\ the Charts nf the Statet you (.Ityl.ol"t.... .. . 88" 82131"' 2 211
Florida, and the United State Courts. obedient egg. C..eyw." . ... .... 8 M 8 41It 211, 248: to; go Into Cleveland on a Solid' Pythian
I p. O. Box 238. TITOSVILLK FLA.. Now let us tell you how to make the II<", aventllre ... 1 I" 8 711 3 11I1 I: 111 ALEX NRAlt. KItKEKT: TA vl.on. train. WILLIAM CLARK Agt.
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1<: ""111. .. 110 .341 .1111 330
Money to Loan. 18 disobedient egg, with which you may 'lh."rnt......... .... 111II 411I1 4 28 3111Vl1lkarl. / NEAR Yours e
have even more fan than with the obe ia ... .. M 11II t 1111 4 TII II 11/\/ & TAYLOR very truly VUTMIlKIl, STKAM A: GAS FITTER
"banr. .... .. ..... Si II 831 878 434)1Veeliay Signed :
IT FREEMAN HALL dient one. Make the hole in the shell .... .,.. .. 930 11M "IWI I Ill) (Successors to John MoAlllster.) Hunting and Shoot Iron Work
) large enough to allow you to introduce Oaten... .. ... 11411 8 (111II 1141 655Mt. GIHI. 11. AshovHft
1..le.. .... ... 111 t/l/ 8 TII II 0&11 M1 11) Artesian Well Contractors lames /SaundwiH,
half an ounce of fine shot together VitmpN, Piping mill Drain Pipe, Hath I'
ATTORNEY AT-LAW Fort 1.IIIreo...... .. .... 10341 814161WI 6 M J. 11. PlnciiH.
with a little powdered sealing wax. North A"koDa.. ,.. .. 11) 11/I/ 1 1161111) 11111Ank..na. t
seal hole .. ...... ... ... 111111I 1211 1 I"' 62ll1lMt /\ EAU GALLIE FLA. T., II. Bogus, Tubs, Water CltmeU and \Vnnli StnmU.
A INSURANCE AGENT. This done up the neatly Kdmd.. .. ...... .. 1/111/ 1211 8 3r.lensen Contmlttoo.
with white wax, and then warm the ...... .. ..... II tl/l 1111I 1 M II 111I ....Electric Bells....
the fire. This will give Stuart ... ... ... 1128 1 11I1 1 Mil.so Sheriff's Sale.
Tltiisvllle Florida. egg gently over Alicia ..... . It M II 111 1 M 1 toictnos. Jf". 35/ r'ltrsyttt Street
you a fixed center of gravity in the egg, ( . ...,. .. .... 1t..11 A 41' 11111 14t.n..lle Notice.In .
fln"n.. ...... .... I" lilt 1IW.. .... .. 1 41)Wehln
to and TaclcNol1vi11o' Florida.
Representing; all the best and tronrMt ,: and no matter how you may pretend dter., ... 1295 595 74) 7134 UNDER hy virtue nf an exo"t1"111110.1 ,

|o Insurance Companies. Is prepared place it the weight of the shot, held ina West I leach.::::: 13 28 a T5 : 50 a T8iantana. ty. In the a certnln County Court cause for then Hravard. come. Circuit Court Brovnrd (!nunty.Is JI\:
depending ,
Ito write lines to any amount, anywhere mass by the sealing wax, will drag; it .............. IIIICI: 111 211I\ 11/1/ 0 Nd1hlynktn wherein Smith, Lyon % Fluid wore. ouniiiliihi.
I the East Coast. ............... 1311II 1\1) 41'' 111 111I\ 40Linton ants and a. 11. Ray was defendant I have levlei CIIANCIUIY : Choice .
on from its position just as soon aa .. .. 111111I 9 06I'rogre.so.
away .... .. 1410 ) In 44) In treetliemnourthoueodmr Ouoritn Huh), 1
release Philadelphia Times ..... .... ... 1211: 1115) 1144) 10 fill .atTltusvilio, Klorlila.,' n. VH..I. Wines, Liquors
you III"nn
Fort I..ullerdalll...... 1620 11 TIII 11I1) 1078Blecayne a
Monday till 7th (lay of "MHiiteiulinr 1HINI' ', to Juno T. Hnndors' and V I6
[ BISCAYNE BAY DADK COUNTY. ... ..... lf111! V TO 12 411 II Tn the highest and best l>ldder for cash the following Charles 11:. Leuvitt, I and Cigars. 1
Football Played .t Home. l..m..nCUy..... .. ... IBM 19 tee 12111I 11110 desnrllmd real et. al. j '
T W. EWAN, Miami. .. .. .. .. .. 1674) 13 10 U.411 12 10 : : ent, to-wltr estate, beluniiliiir til the Ullal'l\nttJetll'uro.
aiii>nrliiK hy the nlllilitvll of the attnritity
J. U. S. COMMISSIONER.Notary ; A friend of mine who recently returned KlnnliiK/ at a point l III fnot. + east of the south IT for the uoinplnJimnt. tlut the dufomlutitCharles I
from England brought back J.1>. RAHNKK, went corner of lot 111, block F, of the town of K. Lonvltt, In the above imimn, linver'JI Sold at roil need
Public State at Large. with him interesting little I Tltiisvllle an pur "" "..ron'l map, thmioe Cron. y,,arsof ago, and resides In the City lit prices
a very game AsH't General l's.,. Aicent.What said I starting point (C<) emit aloiiK the north stile New York eto. r
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. which he calls "football at home. It of Main street 4)1 foot, tliiiure. north IUI) runt tn Now therefore you, the maid Charles K:. ImportedTokay

| Correspondence solicited. Address: ia simple, though highly exciting ------_. -- _.--- .- -- -' the north lioumlnry line of lot 8 of snld bloc K. r..a"ltt.llrlt hnniliy required tii appear. to tin \VIo,..
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove very thence went 4(1(., feet thence south mi loot to. the hill of oompliilnt In this natine upon. tile tlntt
and has the advantage over many oth- plane nf beginning lining a portion of lots NIM Motet y In (Ortolmr A 11 MINI, at the itlnrk'aolllim from Itnly.
Office, Ewan's Landing. er games that the necessaries for it are WIIIUWee Wyly., 8 and 10 of block. If, of the town of Tltiisvllle.JAa. In Tltusvllle, KlorMu, .and that yon annwoflalil
hill In tine fmnrMt+, otherwise the Hume. will
within the reach of all, the poor aa well Willie wan shocking sight 4 bu taken aicnlimt you OH ooufu'..sed. John B. Togni ,
as the rich. The only. apparatus required When he oaiue In the other day juI31-sei Sheriff Hrevard Co., It U dlriMttiid that this ordiirhepnhllidieil. with
w. ALLEN, covered table From the corner of the garden, where ...little iliilny an innv IMI, In (heln1A5ltlvxll Metropolitan Saloon 123: Kant flay st.,
GEORGE consists of an ordinary ,
Ai>vo ATK. pnhllHiied at Tlttisvllle, Klnrlila" fur
dinner time he'd been at
four tumblers and an empty: eggshelL Blnoe play. Hale. four ooniMiniillve weeks, ami that notliie h..rllorII JACKSONVILLE, FLOKIDA.Wttolennto .
Hln hands and face were streaked with '
I iHinUiil ami tiinllnil nuinlroil law.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW The table is the field and the shell the mud. ImiiB: and :ordered: : : I an at tun I'lnrk's hy ottli'n: .uTltimvllle Mini Itvlall......

And when she Raw him hie mamma and hy authority vested In me by "Klorliln thin iUnd day of August. ------
Key West, Florida. boll.Any number of players can, take part, Said gravely with a little frown UNDER. of an exenution Issued out uf the A l> 1WM."'
"Oh whet a dirty boy you are.I" Circuit Court In and for llruvard. minify. A. A. HI'KWAKT.: FURNITURE
Will practice In the United States though the best number is five on a Florida=Oil the 4th day of May A l> IWNI, for the aii(2H-R| plK Clerk Circuit Court.M1t44tel''M : :*
side. The two captains kneel one at "I a'poao I am," the child replUid."But sum of f 1,71X1.41: damages odd '4 Ml flints In fit.
and State Courts. OjunOS I can't play and koop nluan too.Bo vor. of the State Hank of Kail Oallle, a oorpora-.
the head of the table by the right hand 'leiM I always stay Indoom, tlon of the State of Klorldu" In a suit iieiidliiK It. ", Slle.UNnl'U WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
corner and the other at the foot by the I really don't know what to do.I said court wlmreln! 011.1 State Hank of Km
Hallle la and 1 K.: O. Vlvell and M. F.
ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS A SON, left hand corner. The players line up wish that boy were like that Bluff Mount are iliifnmlantu, I have levied upon and : and hy virtue of a iloonm. of furit.
ALES on their knees by the sides of the table. You bought to make for mo a shirt, will sell at public outcry, In front of the namrt .... and sale, (HHiiliiK/ out of the Clrcul .
'Causu the man snld wbnn. U |got roiled honne. door, In Tltimvllle. Hravard county, Court: for Kntvard. iiiiiinty, Florida. whnre
At each end of the field a or He knew: It wouldn't show the dirt'" Florida,on the Tth day of A JI 1MHI, In Aaron INKIranw. In "niiimilnlnant, and Mini.
JACKSONVILLE AND TAVARKS FLA. so from the edge are placed a couple of Detroit Free Frees. thin tract of land (lying HtI'tember. county, tolliM Hurilne In d.defendant r will Hall at |>ulill. (
else that would State of Florida, to-wltt emery In front of tie court honne door, aTltimvlllo
Will continue to in the courtsof tumblers or anything A strlii n feet wide olf the south side. of "sen Florida, during the 'KIII hour or
practice serve for goal posts, and across the top tlon U.lowimhlp 27 south ran ice S7 neat Hull Ruin,(in the Mint" Monday In Hnptviiilxir A I II 11IItIHI.
the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All ia stretched a strip of a ribbon. An Artistic Floral Wedding C........ strip of land extoiullnn{ from the Atlantln. swan. I to the highest .....IINt"t Idddur for each, the
business before the United States and papl"ror to the Indian River, .and containing HM acres, following doHi'rllmil real nutate, situated. In lire
State! Circuit Courts will receive the Everything being ready the eggshell For a pretty decoration at a dimmer more or ,mi. I also II the pineapple* growing vnrd. nouiity. State of Florida, to-wtti I Get (R)
is placed in the center of the table and wedding when the ceremony is performed upon .said land, ; levied on as the property; of (lie five,of motion (tt))eleven,ttwn.hla' 37, Math
personal attention of Mr. Alex :St. .
defendant M. 11' Mount and will lie sold to range .1 emit oonialnlnif 4i>!tll-i>o ] "inuiiili r't
CUir-Abrams. put into play by both captains blowingat at home Dell Baylem offers! the following satlnfy wild. execution Judgment and unsts.. th..l an may lie nufllolent to realize0rhw/ the
it. When it is fairly going the other suggestion in The Ladle Home Trespuxsers. removing any of sale property' aiiiiiiint. due the complainant, and wist ot
will be dealt with according to law s"lt.etc
tackle it with their whistling Journal
I"Take t
players July 2lrol: mm. GKO. M. nmI INS
apparatus, and each side endeavors to a tennis net, fish net or hammock JA8. E. !BOWMAN auJl-IIIII' Hiwolal' Master

HODGES &: GODFREY blow the ball through the other's goal that may be out the desired size Sheriff Hrevard county i

The rapid succession of tangents and fasten it to the ring of a curtain D. L. Oaiilden! : Samples of "PalntolT" may boat 111",1I 't

Manufacturers of which the shell takes under this treatment pole. looping it twice and then allowingit Attorney for rialntln. Jul24-Mip I the ADVOCATE office free of charge

causes great fun, and the game to fall to the ground. Then! weave ..
soon waxes very exciting. If the ball Is white flowers in and out the meshes, - -- -

Yellow Pine Lumber blown through a goal it scores a touch- taking ferns or delicately cut foliage fora

down, which counts four points for the fringed border being careful not to ;: Southern

BOVOH DRESSED, victorious side. The captain of this side give too aolid an appearance, and cover iR .

'H... the ball back to the cords with of flowers. :
Orange BOil .., then takes opposite looping a rope : ,

Fruit a Vegetable Crates. goal and blows it across the table his White narcissus, lilacs and honeysuckle Railway I \

Lamar delivered at any part or Indian River object being to pass it through the same with white clover ropes may be need ,
im through bill of lading. Anyone contemplate goal again. If he succeeds in this, it but any flowers in season may be ntilIzed t
ing building on the East Coast would do well to for his side. daiHiea FURNITURE nf every ,III..rltI"n.Vrlte
or plum
counts two points more spireMi apple
write frr nrleea.. The Sawmill Is. situated on the ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. for prices. Freight relit on nil/ orders, over
J., T. & K. W. Ry.,9 miles south of 1'alatka. Thirty minutes ia the time limit of: blossoms, roses, chrysanthemums, anything 'IB.(Ml.

the game, and at the expiration of the white, but if preferred' pink blue 1'':.oM. KKTTINO

Satsuma flights, Putnam co.,Fla. first 15 minutes the two teams exchange or yellow for a border or entire drapery THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,. DINING 14 Ku" t Bay Ht. JACKSONVILLE!:, IT LA

positions. The writer baa tried this would be very dainty. Asparagus vine --

NATIONAL game and found it extremely amusing. works in" beautifully for a green back- CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS

HomeSeekersREAL Outlook.. ground. VESTIBULED TRAINS.

Girl Friends.Every .
I" H. Hyde.It .

ESTATE EXCHANGE. girl should have a friend of is Interesting to note that Miss Ida NORT" AND EAST. NORTH AND WEST.Nw iI
her own sex and nearly of her own age. H. Hyde of Chicago who ban Just taken .

By friend is not meant an acquaintanceor of doctor .. N.. 11.8 N... I2V. : -
the degree of philosophy .
magus .. I 0 Y. V'QKI.
U. 11'1.. N.. TAll
Exchanging Property for Property a even a companion, but a girl to cum laude at the University of Heidelberg Tralas Dallp. LI.'W. Yrt All Trains Dally. )... 'Ylerld. What I PEPPER'S' NELYIAOI oral!
Specialty. whom she can tell her pleasures and her would have had ,'...' !
Send Description of what tumma cum Mail. 01.14 Yip U eets p5Sirt JTl If end q all I
you troubles, whom she can trust whom laude attached to her parchment save others fall. Tones men regai -1011' manhood i old
have what.
you want. -- men renuverjriMithful vlnor. A..I... )G....
she would be -
much that
she can so for the conservatism of one member of LvJ'ck'rlll.. r.o..p....... .. 120 en 0411 pm L" J..II.'OD"'II.. r. a P. 8 46 pm a 21) amLr sateesS.V..ele.ree..e.y.me4YJtallly..
MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA.C. willing to sacrifice time, money and in the No not he disputed (Ever.(5 m U) Ml em .uC. By.. .JWIabtir stralaalMia.. %SedP.wer'
faculty. one, even ltvsr. tt. r.0.1 P.......... II IT.m 1111 pm Hotl'1' a Jfulllnc IM fB.rr. V Mla. Slim.e.
the hyperbolic language of school life, her encomium r ae.Suauii.rn T46Am 610 pm ..., >B4 tal ,'.el.n Hlf alnut or MOMMS aibl
C. CARROLL Such friendship often right to the higher Eo. S.,,_.1Ib. ,..0...p......... la -.... pm II -_ pm Atl....... .. ;,..,. II IIU am 1113 pm 1".0'-' VTitrils. 0 insanity. end consumption.
"everything. bt he could not bring himself to con.I 'OO.m ..... IlM: pm 4 III emCharlotteouth'n. !. .. .l.linponea worthli*.>esiibstltule! on
Real Estate Agent. last a lifetime, and, aa those who have I cur In, such superlative praise for a LTOolumblenutb'n..u'. .28 pm Ch.tta..n.q. a c.. TI6 .m ..,7IiUjm.o. (7 Inn, PEMI1Ei' it N l >u"'tU."dIn..J' on for i4
... ......... I14)pm.Nend .. :
such fortune will tell .110 .. tU pm Can beeveAlnre.t pyoket. Frplel.wrel .
bad good r III Hu 'b
you. v e u .rll.I. .mbW..h.'D,8on'h.n.
Miss has held :
I woman. Hyde during .... .! per boy or di for apl, with. A K..l.lv.
......... 142 cm 140pIII L..Cl.nl.-y'- p
TQ.ni .....
But friend-
"old friends are the be t. of her in the European .r. w ristee tlmmrmm'_ ta Our* .. tt.fmm4 the
Pineapple, Orange and Lemon part course Germany .UI/DIN.Pa.R.R........... SOOam 1.1 P" A..lilrmln.ha.... RMIth..rn 13:11: pm .. ....... N... ldbf e I.le. A.idr..e
ship such aa thia demands natnreawhich fellowship of the Association of :: M.mphl..a(. C. ... a H. le iIU pm ......,,.. FnrVZM atPME1114Aa AaWNl.ag.. III.
Land For Sale Cheap. are willing to try to conquer littleneM &rPbila'. D ht..P.R.R.. ......... I,15 100. Nan.C1Si....QF.SeM. 111II pm .........
Alumnae. Her showing
) and selfishness. No friendabl] Collegiate has naturally greatly splendid delighted and arN.wrorkP.ita..1145 pm Naab. 1I".m .. .. . .. .. .. .... ... Hold by J. D. Hcrovon, only.

I have can last long where one baa to do all encouraged that body cf intelligent and ...... 'II. "Lesd e1 the "lip." II Daily i
for sale 80 acre of pineapple the giving up. Yet it ia better to givein devoted women -New York Times .

land on St. Lucie river a few miles be- many times than never to have i a L.. ..J.&."...nah."nl.i-ar............ 1146 pm QUICK TIME To ALL

low Eden, 40 of which being northeast friend. As you grow older you will .A W'__ 0........ Cod.eaer.Mm. a CeI_..... S1).,................... .. .10 ... .0

quarter of northeaat quarter of section realize that there are not many things Sophie Keller is the tint woman ."...tIMvt1le.lip.rtnb.r.. r..LTim......1146 240 pm em POINTS NAMED d

about which it ia worth while quarrel. .... (: TlID.. 3 s9
H, township 38, south of range 41 east; conductor In Denmark. In 1895 she retired 1.9. "uJe. + e. pm
b 10
the other 40 Is the northeast quarterof ing. It takes two to make a quarrel from the operatic stage, after a inoarfn. a o. ............. 111 pm4r.OlnnalaIi.4 w I
but, as a little gfrl to whom the remark
brilliant of
southeast quarter of section 3, was made not long replied, .It lyric career 35 years,, and flhrt" train leave Kvarett for Bran"" ." at T40 a. ra. duly Tkroofb Pnllmao sleeper,
began to teach. Last autumn she founded bs7acisecU.NAahevlll.For .. ,
township 38 south of 41 east. laeksonvtlle a.w....
range take only one to begin It. Brooklyn
The above land can be bought for $10 Eagle an institution called the Women'sPrivate full Information, apply to any Agent of this great RailwaySystem "TAAOS _..te..
Society For Concerts, which 0aIOM'ATtNTt101VEONTi "
per acre. It U suitable for pineapple, opened with about l.OOO active and associate or Its connections. -.
The first English hymnbook used ia Fr 54. N b.....
orange, lemon or lime growing. members. Now she is gatheringa afor.tatlgca, NIIlsoaewa.. .aw Yotur.Mr..a .
that W. A. TURK W. B. GREEK J. M. GULP 8. H. HABDWIOr ;, .......
public worship was compiled b1 M seen..g.r.r ta A.wy
Will be sold In lots of 40 acre., for Isaac. Wesley in the 1715. complete orchestra, of girls Both undertakings Oea. Peel Agent, oe ...perta-.._.. Trade lfoe*.er.Watda ...* Den PMS. Act, s IskrM eel by .i too bro.abew ...,...
year ..... 1 '
cash. This land will soon be worth $30 : are proving very successful. ..-. (). 0. W............ D. 0. WMItJ.-. U a Altesits. .- ." ._ 010fa
per acre. Roman Oatnolica are scarcer in Sweden The music at the women's concerts U ofa dttiic 1exIcntI1awite

than in any other country. Out of a high character, and Mrs. Keller's enterprises W. D. ALLEV, ,
Apply to C. H. Walton ,
Florid soApe" O .
total population of 4.744,40, only 810 113. ..
have excited interest in r--I..eI '
office; or to Bobbins Graham, Tltastt faith. great HI Was My SWeet,JACKSON 7IIXB. rbA. ." w-ltI.- If.. 1..11........ to
an of that Denmark.-Boston Woman's JournaL ...... / st ...
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will be out of place to consider beef, 20 to 23: cents per pound; coffee, man those In the corner were after. EntabtlHhetl
r : 11 :; .* INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. +- it not will best 10 cents per pound; sugar, 8 cents per They wanted him out of the way. Let In every section at once to sell tai I

''''''I' ', the kind of man that pound; lard, 23: cents per pound, and at us. see how it is done. A man opens a L. BARBOT & CO. !tood todoale1'8; no peddling; experitta

fill the office of chief magistrate of ..the present time corn is worth $:2.3O: per banking house and receives deposits, lIunecessluy; best .side line. *j .OO
;, + k Office: Washington Avenue, Titiuville. the town. lIe should be one intimately hundred pounds. which he lets out; a corner Is made ou Commission. month. Salary and expenses or I WcommlsHion I

; A ''f Indian River Florida. acquainted with all things "Silver papers, refer to Mexico as a the money market the banker Is unableto General made. Address, with 2 w

prosperous country. Well, that Is true make collections to meet the demands stamp forsealed particulars, Clifton So,
: ----- relating to the municipal government but the prosperous ones are the flVOI'84ifew of depositors, and he is snowed under. .,. i/a :i j :3 .,, and Manuf.icturiiig[ Company, cinrnatl "'

;I ', A WlCBKLY JOUXKAL DBVOTBD TO TUB DBVKLOPMK.NT : ; a man of some firmness'of who employ the native cheap labor. Besides if the finances of the countrywere :: jQ !!! Ohio.

OK TilE INDIAN KIVKK, LAKE character, capable of making a The laborer who earns :))7J cents. per dayIs In such a condition that a panic cdcdS' 3 : ,:; tsP4 -
I, Y SS'TIONII. not prosperous. P. McDoNALn." could be brought on at the will of a few P-4
,1 : WORTh AMD IIIHCAVNB: A just decision und abiding thereby, ,
which is the Intention of the
.4 Individuals
one whose occupations keep him CO'I
: gold standard' policy, people would not
, : (it PUBJ,1 HKI> EVKKV FRIDAY. continually at home, of some financial FJtKH' SILVER' ANn THE deposit their money in banks as there 329 & 331 Poydras St., ._

. 4 I : and executive ability, and one WOJtKINO MAN. would be no security for them, but NEW ORLEANS, J\1.tUufaeturera of

," :1': IM CIIAS. H. WALTOM, Editor Vroprlotor.BiibHcrltloii. in whom the people have entire would bury it to save thorn from starvation LA.I !
....Fishing Supplies.
. I during those panics. The gold; CaalREFEItECE Hunk.Itletrnpolltan. ..,
I, ,I confidence. Just such a man is UOHKLANU, FLA., Sept. 2, 1800.tlditor ( standard would drive all money out of : : I Hunk.

( ,"r'on. :\ R. C. Scrimgeour. As acting Advocates/ circulation except what would bo di- ( Cunlln..rclnl AKiiiiulOH.
,T, ) Twelve montlm, mayor) In the frequent absence of rectly handled by monopolies, as the
, Six' 1,1111I Dear Sir-The working man can derive coal oil trust, the diamond mines etc. the AI>VOCATK, Tltus-,
( himselfa
Mr.( Drown he has/ shown [Remember,
no poHttible advantage from the free
I t 'I a, Three ) been and Giveus
We have
.tioA using greenbacks nil kinds. of job printing.
, I I .: :ft j Single copy, good and efficient public servant. and unlimited coinage of silver at the silver standard money for more than of work.]
9 hr Strictly In advance. Ills interests are interwoven with ratio of 10 to I, that cannot bo obtained thirty years' and I have not known of a your Cotton find Linen Netting; nllll) !
r: .i; under the gold standard. If the the AUVOCATK office and Corks Loads Twines Etc.
I the welfare of the town, and he is present single instance where the money was -Send to Fltiiiq
, purchasing. power of the dollar Is maintained discounted for any practical 1 purpose !get free information respecting! the new Tackle of every Description; Hunk
: I I The Mmvo rate Include the i>ayni..n of pont. always on hand when needed ; he at par with the gold dollar It will\ and now to throw that standard aside waterworks system for houses, farms Lines, Rods, Keels, Sinkers, Halts, etc, '

., 'y: 1L4'; ,I age.; SiilmrrlptlrmH can commence any time is a memher.of the best and most command the same amount of labor as and establish one of something we have etc. No ovei'head tanks used. This is Irr XAIU'ON TACKLK A SI'ECIALTl.:

I I during the) year. effective Town Council we have the gold dollar. The only ones. who not and cannot possibly. get-ns it does said to be a fine invention. Circulars
Baltimore -
I ; ,J(. had/ for several years, and would would derive any benefit aru those having not exist lu sufficient quantities. to be ofpractical sent to any part of the south, freo. Mil.
,iii" silver bullion, and those mine .
: IMitcoiitlniifliu'e I fif ailvt.*. intiHt. be iimilu |'ioranally owners / value for any purpose but
steadily advance along the line so ------------------ -- ---- -
: I" who will obtain silver from their future --
f k at thin olllre or Joy writing.; speculation, and could be of 110 use but
. }." 1 ___ successfully laid out by the present mining operations. But it Is quite Improbable to put monopolies in position to own :
,, '"4h council. Looking carefully that the commercial ratio can the eal'tb-I" a mystery beyond my com- W. B.: DAWSON
oommuiitcnf to
: A.ltreN all be tnaintaied at par with the legal ratio.
4 citizens prehension.
I around our we see
\\1 i among In fact it -(s almost a certainty that the .
+ t \ INDIAN niVEIC ADVOCATK, who would the The slack-twisted trash called /arguments Retail
no one occupy Wholesale and
of the silver dollar
\\"Ii r purchasing/ power of gold bugs do not support a
4 1!' TITCMVILLB, FLUltIf>A. mayor's chair with greater benefitto will be less than that of the /gold dollar- feather's weight. They talk about Inter-

. .' l, r'o 0 the town than Mr. Scrimgeour. u condition that would entail much Urns national agreement. 1 thought/ the
4 l'.' to the worklnlot'man, aw he would be
I United Status had established her own & MERCHANT
; Check,etc., may be mailo payable to ('II A 111.1(" compelled to receive for bin labor a silver independence, but it .seems a few have WINE LIQUOR ,
1 ( H. "'ALTUNlltlhllHher and proprietor FOR SOUND MONEY.If dollar at its face value but could only I I not found out-more particularly the ,
expend it at its. bullion value. '
negroes/ and American heiresses, as they
:borne may claim that the law of -
supply hold their allegiance to the financial andmatrimonial
all the gold standard democrats and demand would regulate matters 1 standard of the old St. Jacksonville Fla.
countl'Y.'Calk 1 I 19 West Bay ,
POOR MAN'S the side
: would come out on so that he would receive more of these of money bearing an Intrinsicvalue,

of right and common sense, as the so-called dollars. Doubtless tills would there Is no such thing as intrinsic* value
4 l be the case in time; but it Is an eutablixhod in Values certified Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Havana
: The mueh-u cd phrase, "Silver:; lIon. John E.; Hartridge of Jacksonville anything. are only ,
fact that the price of labor Is the :
commodities of and attain
I 4'' is the poor man's money," }has a has done, instead of cover llrst thing to fall and the last to rise in ; their value by availability/ ,, supply and

1-: < good deal of truth in it. All silver' ing their real ideas and opinionswith vl luc. Even when values have adjusted ; demand, and fluctuate according to cir Mexican -and Florida Cigars

1 countries are very poor ; and it I is a thin veneer of free silver- themselves and the working man van cumstances. To illustrate, diamonds

0, 1 % stated upon the .authority of men ism which can be seen through get a sufficiency of this. debased have pretended to hold an intrinsic E:1NI: : FANCY: G.nOCERIJ: : :: .
money to equal his present wages/ he value. If the diamonds ot the worldwere
k 1M 1' who have made this, subject i life- without tiny great effort at penetration will only have succeeded in getting back put on the market they would lose WHISKEYS from $2.00( Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound GooiliI'rlce ;

. I study, that there is not a silver the cause of true democracy to his present condition. The work. half their value immediately. If they ;::r0 List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

0 t standard country in the world would have a much more man who votes for free silver Is voting:! had an intrinsic value, such would not you wish to open an account you must give first-clans city refeienceu,
whose !laborers receive over fifty hopeful outlook than it has. The for a condition of affairs/ that cannot be the cone.
l benefit him In any case, I and will probably The diamond, mines of the world are
,l cents per day. It is the.poor man's latter part of the honorable gen. Injure him. owned by a syndicate who retains themin

, 'L money in the same sense that skins tIeman's explanation of his viewsso The claim that free coinage of silver their vaults to force prices up. :So BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.

h are the poor man's clothing, pestilential exactly coincides with our own will cause an Increase of the money per you can see the intrinsic value i is altogether -
it capita and mako It easier to be obtained, In the who does the
huts are the poor man's position that we reproduce : party manipulating ,
as owing to the increased amount it instead of the commodity itself.
houses and despotism is the poor "Jf a man In afraid to stand In the could not be so easily cornered by the :Such would be the result of a gold

.. u V$ man's government. inlnoitty It In not likely that ho will money power as at present depends. on standard in the hands of monopoly.
over have the opportunity to stand with on the ability to have silver maintained They would hold the gold in their vaults. Wholesale Dry Goods House.

: : the majority. ]ielievln that I am right, at par with gold. And even if maintained and foice I Its needs. uptin J the people to
4 A CONVENTION of Irishmen to I am not afraid to be with the minorityof It will take years to Increase the suit their purposes.. The theory of intrinsic -
decide course of action and the tate to-day and I have an abiding amount sufficiently to be of advantage -
any valuations is
tti upon an absurdity. ThereIs
the will and :r .OXS:: Ot'r"'Vrr.r.E.: : :: : : FLA.
; to settle differences of opinion, faith that right triumph to the people ox a whole. nothing to base it upon. You may ,
: that that minority will yet lie I a majority.A This is the unly benefit that would
accrue -
say base it on gold. Gold has no Intrinsic -
such is being held in Dublin ;
I i I us principle In median" that ramiiles to the and be obtained -
working man, can value. To-day you buy a gold dollar We offer at; Special Pi'ices :
f ; fkl would be an amusing function to all department! of life la that 'action without the risks I attendent upon with one dollar in silver; to-morrow Men's Bathing Suits from $5.00 to $12.00 per dozen.A .

. I attend ; our own political conventions and reaction art always opposite and free coinage. One of which would be gold has gone up in value IOU) percent, lot of now and second-hand l Show-cases, in good order.

would be tame j in comparison.The equal. As high us the pendulum' swings equivalent to working; for half his present and will cost two dollars in silver; and Big lot of SUMMER: UYDEHsnmTS: : HOblEHY: :SUbl'EXDEIW! ,

1 history of the Irish would one way It will swing theother way. wages under the "terrible gold silver remains the same. Then what Malaga :Straw: Hats for rough wear; Fish hooks, Mosquito lets, fine mcslics,
i' past The silver movement will not escape the standard." Some may say if the ein- about your financial basis on intrinsic made on frames and without. Our prices are right.
I L lead us to believe that such a n/eet- Inexorable! reloutlu 8ne"n of thin pilu- Clover can obtain the silver dollar at its. values.. : Talk about the financial problem 1rr Dealers let us hoar from you.

ing would be a line opportunity for ciple. value the employee can do the' being hard to solve; there is no
-, t e free fights and the generous use of "I will support the Htate ticket sincerely same. This is a mistake that many people problem about It. It is those plotters BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,
and oarnoiitly; I will oppose the will make. Tho of most
the shillelagh. price every- who planning our ruin, who are hard to 32 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
with tlio ,
t. ii t national ticket same! sincerity thing in our own markets regulated by .solve or head off. I
4tA and earnestness. the price of the same article in the .
: MONT lLutt>EK.I ------ ----- ---------- -------
for "I I am going to discharge my duty: m world's markets and this. price is the
I THE punishment carrying I understand It. For those who differ 1 price in gold. Now the employer derIves JAMES PRITCHARD, President; \V. M. DROWN, Vice-President;

/ ;1t concealed weapons by flue and imprisonment from me I have no word of censure. his money to pny the employee from >A1>K< COUNTY CONVEN C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.

\ seems to be working Tlioy are roHpousiblo to tlioinnelve. and the sale of the products of the employee's

'( well in Mississippi. Of course it will act according; to their unJirstamliiig labor. As the price Is made on the gold TION.Nomination INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

i in not likely to put down this commonest / of right. If, I as the axiom goes 'a standard thu employer demands /gold or
l k4 clear conscience makui! a soft pillow' its. equivalent in payment for these pro- J
I form of law-breaking all at hope fOI' a soft pillow U In not voting has. of 13. N. Dlinlck.
my ducts. As the employee only silver,
(Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
1 ct once but it will greatly reduce the for Bryan and :Sewnll." he will be forced to pay two dollars for

t4 number of persons who go about one dollar's worth of these products as Judge 1\[. S. Jones and a number of Authorized capital, $100,000

armed, for there are many who, the sliver dollar will have but one halt delegates left Titusville Monday, for Paid up capital, $25,000
though ready to pay a fine &in case the value of the /gold dollar. West Palm Beach, where the tint Senatorial r-\ Average deposits, $150,000
Strikes and labor troubles are quite '-7 A-'
'I not prepared to convention ever held in Dade I' -
of conviction are
what would be
1i For the benefit and instructionof common now; they under _
of It these conditions ? The between assembled on Tuesday with --
run the risk imprisonment. rupture county ,7 1\ Transacts a General BankingBusiness
.4. the numerous free silverite who .__
would be well if other states were labor and capital would become forty-two votes from Brevard county .
? point to Mexico as an example ofa so great that It would uo longer cause
4 ," to follow the example" of Mississippi. and nineteen from Dade. .. : : .
silver simply disturbances to our business but -
country, we reproduce -
A large proportion of the prosperous wouUi[ become a great danger and a men The convention was called to order at I .
;. 0 deaths that occur annually in this a letter from a prominent ace to life and pI'opertY1eondltlon noon by Fred S. Morse, secretary of the : Largest and Oldest! Bank on the River

business man of Yautepec Mexico I of free silver Senatorial Executive committee, owingto ,
which hope enough our .
due to this '
directly CouiitrlnDIRECTORS
country are : Exchange: gold on all Foreign
whieli originally appeared in the friends will see Is quite possible and the absence of Chairman I). li. Wil- '
4 :' reprehensible practice, and if the Lowell (Mass.) Evening Star Thisis even probable to make the election of son. Allen E. Ileyser, Judge of Dade 0-

1. punishment were sulllciently heavy a sound money president a cel'tl lnty. county, welcomed the visiting delegates, :IJAil.
the of who Las BAItNETTrOIlIlCtiof
experience one I'nlTciIAItDW.B. (
after which ho placed in nomination for
I and the law were rigidly enforced, I have made no mention of the agricultural the National Hank of Jaokmiuvlllc), JDUHKKK -".
it would have the effect of "bin thar and knows whereof he class and the effects. of free coinageon temporary chairman Judge Minor S. !: !: (Victt-rrexldent National lIallll rt I
I I very speaks, which is more than can be the price of their products. The Jones, of Brevard county, who replied Jacksonville), and W. M. ItHown.

i considerably reducing those }Ininentable aid of the majority of the wouldbe claim would be made that If the manufacturer to the speech of Judge Ileyser. Fred S. CORHKBPONDKNTS.Seaboard .
J occurrences with accounts Morse[ was made temporary secretary.As National Hank of New York and
can dispose of hi* products at
financiers of to-day. We would : .,. 20LL&
delegations appeared National Hank Jacksonville.
no contesting
: of which the newspapers gold prices the farmer can lo the same. "
.' filled. call': particular attention to the last Allowing this to be the case, he would no committee on credentials was appointed '
.are daily paragraph which contains the not derive any benefit thereby, as he and the temporary organization 1"I".rUSVILL T .

kernel of the whole letter : would have to pay /gold prices for his. was made permanent.W. -
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N. I). IlowYKK, of Lakeland, in aI supplies which would off-sett any profit I. Metcalf nominated for senator
"Of latu I from various American
sensible letter to the Citizen takesto MOO derived from an increased price of his from the Thirteenth district, lion. EDimick. "'. ,1. HILL. H. M. PAPWOKTH.
that Mexico In
. paper frequently inentiouud p101l ucts. N. of Palm Beach, who was rep.
task those advocates of free as au argument nunnut! the free W. P. UxuKKWoon. resentative in 1801 who has served on

silver! whose chief argument liver movement In the Uultnd iStatus. I the Board of County Commissioners, South Florida Wholesale House

j against the gold standard is that it think that U the situation here In Mexico -. and who l is at present chairman of the
underHtood the American
was fully by
Democratic Executive
ill British. "Should she England
t ( ) voters tko ranks of the silver men tee. Calling J. M. Dixon of Titusville
now be condemned," he asks, "for would bo materially reduced. to the chair, Judge Jones on behalf of, -JV_ :r_ ::E3rLJ: : :..... &i 0 o.

I her success, when it is an unquestioned I "For two years I have been in Mexico[ FLA., Sept. I. '!l0.! lirevard county moved to make Dimick's
fruit to the United :States ando ESTABLISHED 1873. '
shipping nomination unanimous. This motionwas
and undoubted fact that every KJitur Advocate
11 am Ill.. position to give the exact carried with tremendous applause. '
i individual and every govern facts a* to the price paid to labor, and: The gold standard' will break the W. I. Metcalf J. F. Wooten, and A. A. Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders'

.1 ; ment In the world is striving to do Mm''' mint. r\t livliiir' ", Itm'n.Vith banks. If the single gold standard becomes Stewart were appointed a committee on ,

the same thing-that is, to better "\ the exception of n small amount the permanent money of the conn- platform and resolutions. Joseph A.

4 its financial condition ?" "'Vh ',", of gold coin which in now entirely! out try no one has attempted to tell any MacDonald, Walter S. Graham, }[. S. -* Materials of all Kinds
. : ,)
t of circulation the money of Mexico Is plan" to prevent it being cornered at the Same, J. M. Houston and W. B. Spiers
; 1' he asks again, "should we condemn all silver ami The will of and
nilver-paper money. millionaires panics produced were appointed a committee to select F"LOELxDA.
S.4.J.VFOB.J: ::: :> :
a fortunate neighbor for doing Mexican sliver dollar lias more liver In sacrifice of pioporty the result. All members for the new Senatorial Execu- -

the very thing we are trying to It than the American silver dollar., but financial panics are intentionally produced tive committee. They made the following --- .- -
I E ?" "The about at the present time tile American silver by millionaires for speculative report, which was adopted by the
accomplish England dictating our financial The American dollar lion Hxed, value of anti the MIAMI
1 a charge' everything else only W. U. Sharpe City Point; Thomas binders -
policy is the veriest nonsense.! It because we are on a gold bnsls, but the remaining thing for them to gobble up Indlanola; John Houston Eau + + *

is simply thewhoop of the fanatic Mexican dollar chiuigca in value from Is our rlnnnces. The line I Is distinctly Oallie/ Julius Tyler Fort I'lercet: Q. V.Lainhart .

who knows not what he is saying day to day, according! to the price of drawn between Wall street, backed by Lake Worth; A. E. Ileyser,
liver bullion. tile Rothschilds, and the balance of the Juno; W. A. Filer Lemon City; Fred S.Morse .
and cares less. If England has "In this part of Mexico farm humls. people of the United :States while we Miami, for the executive com
succeeded in making all other nations and all kinds of common labor are paid tied so-called gold bugs throughout the mittee. On organizing, the committee Town Lots Now Sale !

' # pay tribute to her on the 371(' cents per day, or about 20 cents per south and west, particularly the negro.It elected Minor S. Jones chairman and on
l standard although she day In United Jfttato* money. For a Is strange that the more Intelligent }'redS.: Morse secretary.A .
high gold higher order of labor such on a carpenter people, simply because they control I resolution instructing against Senator
has to buy nine-tenths of her food or mason the price paid is 7-1: cents Home money should fall into the trap, Call after some discussion, was

supplies and raw juaterlal from per day. 1'eoplo of this class live on with the records .of the country staring withdiawn. Considerable debate was! A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For

ether countries, I woutJ! like to beans and tortillas anil the cost of living theoi in the face. I will cite an Instance mode on the railroad commission reso- ,

have zealous free silver advocate Is about equal to their "wages. To that came under my observation. As lution. Judge Ileyser made a strong effort -
I' some live here an the average mechanic does soon 'an the cotton-seed oil business in favor of a railroad commissionbill Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle. '
explain why the United In the United States the cost; U more showed signs of lucrative proportionsa but the Brevard delegates; opposed S

States cannot be equally successful than twice as much here !\lIt Is there. syndicate was formed to monopolize it almost unanimously.

\ under the same standard, since "As an example" I Inclose some bill the business, and crush the smaller fry Eloquent and enthusiastic speecheswere

!II she all her food supplies from my groceryman In tho City of Mex out. E. Bichardson, of Louisiana, was made by Minor S. Jones, W. I. CHOICE'BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY
0 produces ico. From them you will see that the largely In the business, and though a )Metcalf A. E. lleyaer, and others. Every
at home and has hundreds of mil price of baking Iowder Is $1 per CUD, millionaire was! forced out of the business reference to Bryan and Sewall free .In all of the Selected
parts Town.
lions for export, to say nothing of crackers 50 cents per pound, tea $3: per at great loss. silver, the state platform and nominees Carefully

otton and ,tobacco." pound salmon 00 cents .per can, cheese Frank Hatch, of New York, very was vociferously applaude The con- Fruit and
: Vegetable
rio cents per pound, 1loir' 12 cents per truthfully said .a corner on .a thing was vention adjourned at 4 o'clock sine die. Lands on
jiounil. The above-mentioned articles. all that would be desired for those who .
:1\.1:111.1111:: Rtvcr !
SCRIMGEOUR MA OR: are all American goods, but for many were In it, but destruction to those on : Ulld Buy ]3b'sclLY"' -

articles of Mexican production the priceis the outside. bank GIVE TilE "ADVOCATE" AX
A man owning a or Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investor and Settlers.:
about equal to that of American having surplus money, by no means puts AUVT. It U .a Good Advertising Medium
I As the time draws near to select gooilti.; Mexican-cured ham is. worth him in the corner. Y.. TUchnrdnon's experience for those who want to Increase Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA.
,p pur town officials for another year, from 40( to CO cents per pound ; fresh proved that lie was the very their business. ,

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1. S. Department of Agriculture sonville last Wednesday. interviewing the democratic voters and
ASK the
lYeather Bureau Jupiter Fla. II house on his plantation at Wnvelaml. worthy captain polled, n majority of victim of
ever and the
'rhe following Is a comparative state- lie expects to take up his residence votes over ills competitors in this procinct mercurial dl.eaeed gun ,
I nt of temperature and rainfall for the there in the near future.It at the general primary. patient how th. r.covereilhedth '

Vk ending Tuesday, Sept. 1, 1890. will soon be time for gardening, Capt. Matthew Moreley, who has been apinta aa5 cbe.r.'ul aa4app.ut. Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of -----

_180i>- -1805- also for fishing. The fishermen HO long identified with the wholesale .;they will tell I
LTK MAX. WIN. MAX. MIY..i' at work preparing nets, building are boats now lull buKiness at this place, left last ISatuixl.ty : you MONa by LlVKK taklnSIM KEUVLA1UK. -- Ir
814 7\\ tlU 7& etc. for Eden whore he will be / r
II I to begin fishing iu n few weeks. connected 1
87 75 88 77 with Rlcou Co. We shall be 7. ICE ANDDistilled
M 8'J' 74 M 70i W. II. Gilmore nod Goo. Levett left worry to lose the genial: captain. The Cheapest Purest and Beat Family .
,, J.C 71 88 78 last week for their homes In England, on Medicine In the World _, ..
JO 83 71 H8 77 a three months' visit. Captain Lourccy will removo his tlsh For DYSPEPSIA. CONSTIPATION! Juan,
business dice Hlllouattack. SICK: II KAUACIIK: :,Colic,
I 1 to some point on the lower
84 74 88 70Ij Much credit Is due Mr. \ UepKJaion of SiTtritH, MOUH STOMACH: ,
87 75 88 75 Pillsbury, our 1'iver-pI'obllbly Jensen. Heartburn, etc. Thla unrivalled remedy I.! WaterRefrigerators f
I genial; F. E. coast railroad agent, for the warranted not ti> contain a mnulo particle; of
total rainfall for the week: 1:08 Inches improvement he has mad to the Capt. and Mrs. Leo Kromborger have MEKiUKY: or any mineral aulmtance, but la
it-nurture, from normal rainfall for the grounds surrounding the depot Ho taken up their rvsidenuu Hotel Gran. Pl.TIlEI.Y VHGirrAiiLK.

Lok: minus 0.30 inches. Departure has planted grass and set out a number ad.i. containing tIll'." Southern Koota and Herb Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.1'"ACTOIt .
Lin normal rainfall since January 1, of ornamental shrubs, which lend a Tho steamer; Della Mew a valve out of which an all-wi.e Providence has placed incountries
who Uvvr I Utsenaex most prevail.
1, :,67 I pleasing effect to the and her I ES....... t
u Inches.J. panser-by I'UlIoves boiler, and is laid up for repairs. It will cure all 1)I.ea.ea caused by Iterance
W. CnoNK, Observer. the barrenness. ment of the Liver and Bowrli. '
(}. G. Ulcasoit has completed a basin The 8YMi't'U.LIS .fIt Complaint! I are a Cocoa and West Palm Jeach.?
just north of Hotel Gl'alladlwhich he bitter or bud tamo in mouth:; Tain In the t
Back, Sides or Joint*,often tnlHtukrn for KheumatiHtii ._ ,_
Eden. Melbourne. will use as a harbor for boats and ; Sour Stomach!' LeIf Apprtite)
i launches; during the winter gales He HowelH alternately comer And lox|
---- Leas of Mvmory; with.a tminftil' ." I
will also remove the dry-dock from its SEEDSGARDEN SEEDS.I
I having tuned, to .1.l HolnelhlllK whi..hllINht to -- .
I Why don't the :ADWJATK publish GOODE A GOODE.-Real Estate and present location! at tho mouth of the Imvu been don i l>cr IIMy Low Spirit! a thick andJFIELD .
Line items about this lowly> 1laco-one Loans. Agents for .1<:tna, London and I lliumna liver, to the mouth of the newly yellow Mppt-uiHiii-t* t>f the Skin tail Kyea: .,, a dry I
Cough often mistaken i for Con. .
Liverpool uniption.Soiiietiiuva
and Globe, and imperial built basin.
spots of Indian: River ? I
I the beauty of attend

l.tcd iid. thin that-place a visit recently, and Fire the Insurance interests of bpecl.il non-rouideiits.attention paidto Have you paid your poll tax ? CMI'tvute the, generally dmeaur, nt nianv other Heat, very of thviie the few dmenHe ayinptoinii.; .but the and IlYEKla if' notRegulated I Carry the MOST CO'MPLE-TE- STOCK of Strictly First-. j

unless you do. in tulle., irrvnt nnfterintr, wietchednesH -
J T. E. lUchards la those and DEATH will rtmile. class SEEDS in the State.-
f'apt. among The whist club met at :Miss Emma Dr. ScollcKl was hero last week, attending The following highly esteemed 1 prrHonanttoMto
Ilia own fine pineapple plantations. McYurland's little Willie Kousch, who tripped the virtues cif SimmoiiH. Liver Kriruluton
last Tuesday evening. A a loose board and lien W. 8. Holt I'rea. (iu. 8. W. R. U. 'Ta; key (g- SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering elsewlnni. All Seeds reeled
1A Mr. Newcomb, of Zanesvllle Ohio, very pleasant time was enjoyed by all falling brooking I, k. Palderl Perry, lie.; l'ol, It K.: Sparks. Albany tefore I
its rented the small cottage on tIle late; present. his leg. The board sidewalk on Highami lIall.; MnxtersnnEaq. Shemin' lIIbb Co"O""n taunt out. I
I L. I' Tibbals' pineapple plantation.me. avenue and along Ninth street Isladly Alexander It St"p\...n., L, CAMERON, Seedsman,
r. George Bell wears a smile on his face. out of repair. and should bo attended "We hava tuHtuil It* virtues. piTHnnnlly, and 125 East St. JACKSONVILLE .I
Andrews and wife occupy Boulull'tt.iffo know thut for I> .., llilloliHiieHH and Bay FLAx
(the larger house), and he U It's a little girl, that came to stay with to, or the town may have to pay ThrobbuiK I lewha 11).t"'I'.i. Bret inediulne, the
[ pineapples and out him, until some other fellow takes her. somebody> damages.!: world. ever HUW. Wetrli'il forty other reinrille* .,
upping setting Mother and child befoie Simmon.Liver .. """"Knee
I,lOts for next season. doing well. Chas. F. Lansing, of West Palm each, tin more than. tiMipiir) .k"jlIll1lo\I..1; \ the .Kevu-. -

Mr. E. E. Peabody another Zanesvillesiileiit Capt. C. F. Fischer, of Titusville, was was here last week, to attend. tho wed- tutor not only ANI rt'liwuil'Kl'' I':rsHKNnh:, but ,cured Muuun tin., .Uu.MAVI'ITACIIIMMt -. Uu.TtLKiHAI'll : A Fertilizer for Fruit. / i

has bought five acres of laud In town Monday, shaking hands with ding of his daughter Uelle.ti W. II. ii. '' I .. I ONI' V I'V V i
urn the estate of Mr. Tibbals, and lie his friends. Ills chances for nomination iloasou. The wedding was a quiet ono, J. H. ZLII.IN CO., Philiiilvlphln, I' .
for county treasurer look good. and was conducted by Kev Father "
about to have a handsome residence -" H_ _=T-T-rrrr=r-= "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer
Leo tod larger than his Air. O'Uoylo, of the TUiiHvlllo\ Catholic ,
/ neighbor; Mr. Harris and daughter, of Buy View,
k. II. Harris. Mr. Goo. Hastlehurst, of were in town Tuesday, buying groceries church. ety.was generally Mrs. Staikoy's; light. 1lICI'OMIUOII! :Irl.oo: : $25.00 Par:: ToD. !
ullionrne, has the contract to erect Mr. and dry goods at O. W. BOlltCI"8. Mr. contagions.Mis.

funuody'* residence. There will be Harris says Melbourne is the place to G UAHAN'l'I I D ANALYSIS :........ ,
Cyrus nn.l her sister
rite a settlement of Westerners along buy goods cheap. Sebastian.Cool I'alatka, who have. been Miss Sharp, Moisture.. .. ,8 to 10) Per C'ont. .
spending sotne
Vili.m .
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Kiver.I time i"t the Inn contlnuti Ammonia,, !Ijq! to H\ "
I lieiilnh is for sale, to close the estate The Melbourne base ball club have to dally; improve
been nnd enjoy' the suit Acid, . ,i\ to 1\I "
nail (
f>; the! late Mr. Tibbals. It lit a valuable having their grounds cleared up, breezes nnd pleasant showers this bathing Phosphoric i
oiierty\ In good order, large house, all ami are now going to put In some time I week. l>IciiMiires of tho buaoii.Mis. Potash' (Actual) ,, . (II I to M" f

..del'n Impl'ovoment8. Messrs. Robbins practicing, to be ready for a ]lively] win.ter Mrs. t). telling hUll retained homo Davidson In engaged to play" for Mado\ exclusively from Hi I jf lit Cotton Seed,, ( Meal, Nitr.tt'o of Soda, llloud, Itoue-

I Graham, Titusville, will furnish In- season. after quite un extended visit to Cocoa. the Saturday; night dance at tho liui, and Dissolved Phosphate, Fine (Iroiintl( Tobacco items, and btilphato of Potash.
Lrmation to any persons desiring to While Prosper Bcrnell was spearing as It may lit the hint. for some of thus "Z0" Write for diruotioiiH for using"' mid further pnrticuliiis; also ask for 1
lurcliase.' fish off the city dock last Tuesday: mornIng Dan Ross and Howell Kitching, of now lingering( on thin bench, a apodal' copy of "Koononiloiil 1: Fl'I'tl1I1.InIC for FI'lIlt.Vo curry largo, Htoek of all PertlU '

I [Who will represent the ADVOCATE!: at he saw two tarpon. He struck one, Eden week., spent u few days In town last musical \prograitmio/ In... bolng piepurud.\ lift Matoilal, Cotton :Weed Meal, 'l'06mWCO1)trst, Potash, etc. Wilto for )prices bi.

Won, 1'J] but it was two strong, and tore away, Mr. T. X. Smith, of I'.vlatkn, IM. spend fore buying. We sock the growers trade direct

leaving four scales on the spear., Sara Cliilds, Cocoa's, expert bricklayer bug a week at tins Inn. ill him been one WILSON & TOOMER '.,
Mrs. R. B. Moore, of Palm\ Bench, finished his work here and returnedhome of our mimt. fri-iiient|' guests during, time 'i
Remember, the ADVOCATE does all passed through town on her Saturday last season, und has mule filundt: hero than The Fertilizer House of Florida,

kinds of Job Printing. way home from the north, were she Our first norther this season started to any other tarpon} 1Is ht'I'11I11 II. Jacksonville Fla.

has been spending the She blow on Aug. 2'Jth. All
summer. nt Seaside( Inn are enjoying Dr. ,. .
like all others, say they 1\J'oC glad to be Tho mall boat, W. S. M., makes dally Cyrus, of PaUtka.; who has Joined Air*. ..
Banyan. back on the East Count. Cyrus and is taking; vacation. lilt
trips to the Nal'l'owlInd return. She /
Mr. W. 'I'. Wells has just had an artesian also makes a special trip to Woodley on sei-m to Jet( much divviHion from blduuchru Frecl'k.l S. Morse

Mrs. R. C. Creech and children were well put down by Near ife Taylor. Sundays, but we believe that the Sunday -alnitys" (i-spuclally Interested In x -x-

1 1 si ting friends Eau Gallic last week. They now have a fine flow. Also the trip is-well, never mind, "boys will bo tho "widow.

I contract for a new residence has been boys" There Inks boon u general clearing, this
1Ilc8l1rs. J. Sanders and Creech are let to Baker Hell for him which will\ RE.A.L ESTATE' '
week tho beach j
on who liave Imunlamllhw
,embers of the Bryan club of Eau add We understand that W. C. Braddock many ,
to the of
greatly beauty our neat [
allie. has disposed of his stock of general to in every day for nrontlttibeing
little town. J. T. is
Hogg superintendent merchandise to W. A. Londus, of this sadly nilHNvd. Many applications J.'WX.4.J.'WX"' : : :X> >3.o Oo., F'LOFI.XZ: : ..A.
for Mr. Well and lie Is hustler .
Messrs.\ R. B. and C. Stewart and a place. Mr. Braddock will devote his this week, however, for cottages foiMeptembur ,
!. where there is work to bo clone. '
Creech friends ,
were calling on In any I
time to raising/ vegetables, etc., for
:-ovino : AGENT FOR LANDS OF ,
| on Saturday last. -- --- '- .
northern markets. Tho reJlulu' !Saturday\ night dance at '

Mr. Albert Mathers Is building a room Malabar. Arthur Feaster told some Solmst I unites {Seaside Inn has been popular enjoyment ..
>'n to his house at K. both for tho Floildii East Coast Railway Company,
| Tropic. Vr. J. while In town that ho would not be guusts and the young
I alter is also building a veranda to his beaten in the coining race for tho ofllco people (if Daytona. J.I1KtVeek was especially Florida Coast Line Canal A Tratispoitatlon Company: ,
'Jew house. lIe will soon have a good R. T. Smith made a business trip to of county treasurer for n horse. Talk is ; gay owing: to the addition of a Boston .Florida\: Atlantic Coast Land Company \

intern built Titusville, Monday. cheap, Arthur. lively Orlando: party .. '., ,- --- --. --- -- .-. -". ._ ,_. ------ .. ". .' -- -
Your correspondent did not wish to Miss Henrietta Starck went to Tltusvillo We arc now met at our postolUco win- Mr. Oco. B, Helilen: of I'alatka, who
ellect on the honor of his much-esteem- Friday last, to attend the teachers' dow by the smiling face of Hobert Rob- has been upending a couple of weeks at The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
,(1 I friend, :Mr. H. 13. Stewart or any normal, preparatory to teaching. erts, Miss Ad.i Uraildock having/ resigned. tho Inn, 1'lItl'I'tILlm,11IUluch; 1 putty ono

tier gentleman present. When the C. F. Wolf, of Jensen spent lant week We hope that Robert will pass out day lust week, In his always charming ,
,cnatoifal delegate was choosen he simly with friends at Malabar. Mr.! Wolf has plenty of those little square envelopes to manner. Dinner was taken at tho Pa- '"
wished to show that said delegate struck it "rich" on pineapples this year.Goo. ,. the young people. rettl> HOUHP, \\hol'oVOl II had. been sent! E. SitTDLOW: Gtoxx'lLATK M.tt.zi a ;or.
\all not cliooHen by a majority the I for preparntiouii. Those privileged to ( '; CHAPMAN .h HUDLOW.)
''otors of this district. Washburn and Paul Miller have The Indian River In a thing of beauty enjoy Mr. Sel ten's hospitality were Mrs.

taken tip their abode at Wild wood, on these dark nights, canned by the grout, E. II.. Jonet, Miss| Mazlo Davidson, Miss South Jacksonville, Florida.

Send the east side. quantity of phosphorescence which Is In Wllllo liiish, Mrs. J. H. Hlbbard, Miss .
the ADVOCATE an order for any the water. It like silver MANUFACTURER OF --
,.u Frank Conkling of Melbourne appears a great May Crawford, Dr. Ooo. \Vlckon, MUHSISHlbbard .
printing need.] ,
you band, miles in length The harder tho
:btrunz and Wilkinson.Scnlil ,
with .
us Monday.Dan wind blows, the more !bountiful the effect., --- -- FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
E. Miller returned
on Tuesday'strain ,
The big: sloop Dora, Capt. U. (I. IlIIr-
Roseland.On from an extended visit up the river ( deo, is lying at the drawbridge In tho -
to Titusvillo and other points. / and Dealers in Kind of Raw Material
Sebastian river, waiting to get through. Vegetables Every

last Capt. Robt. Hardoc, of Sebastian, The F. K. C. liy. company Is liable to get Mr. Frank Brock, formerly ungliiiMti ,
Saturday Mrs. D. Cain was
i ailed to Vero by the sudden illness of stopped hero Monday, and called on C. Into little trouble with Uncle Sam if of the Canaveral 1 Club's steamer Canav Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit, Etc Also !I
icr daughter: Mrs. 8. Davis. C. Carroll.: they don't open this draw, which has oral, but for Home times past engineer( Jf ,
been closed for several months. the steamer Lillian, .JiirkHoiivlllo, was The :J1"azn.o'U.s: rd.-T1.zn.os: : Drao.c1. I
Louis Smith and laughter of
Mr. E. M. Stokes came from Woody Louise . 4 to B cent
up Grant in M.ilubar Horace Jones lot badly scalded on Tuesday ufteinoon Ammonia per j
our genial agent
:Saturday:!; morning, returning in the' were Tuesday. this week for a short visit to his patents while the steamer! wan on her way to Available! 1'lioH. Acid ,tl t<> M per cent J P or Iplitt.OO I'er Ton. I
ifternoon accompanied his wife and H. C. Starck has. gone to Jensen, In home Iu l\lIsI1I118111I. Volusla!; bridge with a drudge and three Potash K O. .11 to 7 per cent }

'hild. the Stetson, for another load of pineapple lighter In tow. The teainur left Jack. Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin. Wilto for

Mr. Robert Bowler has established a slips. Mr. Ord, of City Point, surveyor for sonville Iu the afternoon, and when oft l'i'Icex. Orders for 'Z ton and( for our brands will bo delivered free' ef all ,

ood, station in Koseland, and is engagedn The bridge gang have now thoroughly tho week.East Coast; Line, was In town this Green Cove Springs the chuck valve freight charges to any railroad depot on tho East Coast at catalogue prices, until

cutting wood for the railroad. repaired the bridge over Goat creek, amuse Hew out and throw a spray of steam over further notice. .
the trestles along here. Will Braddock hall treated his sloop the lower portion of Mr. Brock' body. -
Mr. -- -- h "
W. W. Russell, of Clncinnatus lie wa no badly Injured that It was de- I
I Atlas to a coat of shining paint. Will
,farms, was a guest; of Mr. I,. C. Moore C. W. Arnald, the oil man, is now believes In style. cured bent to return to Jacksonville HO 'DUREN & FEASTER : i
nt Ercildoune Plantation, for a couple of I negotiating: for a fine Jl.MX) steam well- he could receive proper medical nttim ,.. ..
'lays the latter part of last week. I I1I10Ksrs. drilling machine, and when he gets It The M. E. church parsonage in going tlon. The IJlllan returned to J.icksonvllle. -
will work until he forward Itro. White works likea GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and
Todd, Drake and Bissell will' keep at drilling rapidly. Upon arrival at hit home ho
hardly recognize their when strikes oil or China-one or the other.E. true comrade of the cross. received! every possible' medical atton I
places they
uTive\ this coming winter, as the lawns B. Arnald received a very complimentary \ Where fire you going ? my pretty maid. tlon. I' Western Meats of All Kinds, Crockery, "". and 1'llIwa'v.!:; .,;
:iml graded river fronts have made a very letter from the vicepresidentof I'm going a sparking, sir, she said.1 Engineer Iliock Is the son of Captain; Your patronage oIcted., -t

iiurked Improvement in the appearance the Florida East Coast Railway, acknowledging May I go; with you ? my pretty maid.If ; Chan. II. Brock, and I III well known In TITUSVII, FLOIUDA. l
"' their properties hm valuable! services in you haven't any matches, sir, she said Tltusvilio, where his many friend regret -
to h Mr. R. O. Hardoe, of Sebastian has several
JiI" sailboat anchored the Sebastian ] \
Liver: near I over their railroad for himself and son GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP!
Measure, bridge In regard, awaiting to repairing the the railroad's draw, I Eddie. This shows the appreciation of Fort Pierce. Card of TliunkH. .

o that he can proceed on his way up the the officials for a kindness dono them, :;:u'Im; Arvo-I
Iver. and we see that even a corporation can Through the of the
show its gratitude. Mrs. K. ]M. Tyler returned home Monday DATE. : I beg to return thank to the many; .;
Mr. R. Howler has lost seven fine from Miami, after li pleasant, Visit jf friend who so magnanimously/ supported LITTLE :BSOS.c
>sung turkeys by a disease that doe a few days to Mr*. Everett. me at tho lato primary election 1 .....
' Eau Gallie. Mr. Stetson returned Tuesday, from a
V warty growth starts on the head and month' vacation In New York. citizen. have/ again conferred upon foe FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
"preads until the eye* are completely the honor of the nomination for the of. .
1 losed. The fowl, being unable to lIee, The special primary election for county Dr. C. P. Platt \paid Melbourne a fly flee of collector; and I shall endeavor In
vote at the regular primaries, between getic man, always on the move. honestly anti faithfully, and thus merit Aro Offering Their -- .
Feaster and Fischer, will be held l Saturday We have been having a good deal of the good will of the taxpayer a* here

Vero. Sept. 12. Don't neglect to vote.' rain lately, with some real hot weather, tofore. ."A111. :rO\:1.tl.d.:: :erac.d.'
Jleiirtlly thanking the people of lire
John and Houston have al
1IleRsrll. Hugh ami Milton Weir, of most finished George building two fish boats fur too.We yard county for the continued confident
are glad. to see the hill near the reposed me, ut tho Exceedingly Low I'rico of
fuledo, were visiting Chan. Glfiord one W. K. Koeach, and will build two more depot being graded down the
at COIIQtY'1I -
'lay last I am, your truly
week. later on. TIle new fish Louse Is about
J. Greenback completed, under the supervision of C. expense. t:. W. HAM.. {d(: : $a5 Per Ton.
of Pierce
Fort wa / Fla.
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up Hharpe
James S. ellis I
"''n business J. Young, and the firm I I. about ready. to making quite an -

last Monday. begin b11sl_. to his house. bept. 1, UM. ( Ammonia ... . "ft to 6 per cent

>ack H. T. Gifford made a dying trip. to John Houston and J. T. Snell are candidates Geo. Saunders, of Eden baa been here ttiiuruiiteed AimlyftUs. J Available Phosphoric Acid 4 to IS'. "
onville\ last week. for county commissioner, the for the pat few clayi.Mr. ( Actual Potash. . . .3 to 4 "
W. A. Martin I I. clearing. land fur a term of the Incumbent The shepherd dOlt ut north Europe ha
/ present expiringnext and 1\ln. Harvey Brown have< Manufactured: from the Purest Ammoniates, Super-phosphate, and Potashes. .
rep thin winter.Mrs. April. Petition are bring circu moved over to their peninsular home. been known to historian for over 1,00071ar11o Nothing bettor for Pineapple Vegetable, and present condition of the OrangeTrees. 'i
it i believed that the
lated for signature.The and re- .
E. M. Stock of U
: Woodley,
l tilting her tater, Mrs. S. Davis. family of C. IA. Taylor will shortly I markable dexterity manifested by this A fine stock of all kind. of Fertilizer Material constantly on hand.
animal hi curing for sheep the herea' i. Write for and Prices.
move to town front their homestead, r: Pamphlet
hIt U reported that the dirty water In Seabreeze.We tarjr ramlt of training1. I ;
and win too
' river killed the oysters.Jensen. occupy Knapp cottage. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER& PHOSPHATE CO., '
Frank Houston arrived last Sunday, The bloodhound U *o called (I) Jacksonville Fla. .
from Fort Pierce, on his famous crack had a little visit at Seaside Inn beoatuw he follow the blood of a 1'r
fish boat Arthur II. He will remain from Eau: Hallie'a popular young lumberman wounded animal a* easily a* the trail; --- --

here and fish for W. R. Itorwh. hearing, )lr.of Geo.Eau V.GaUle Pa

I delegate R. D. Hoke to the haa convention.gone to Palm Beach* with Rev.fever S. F.but Gov.write U that III at be Sebastian I I. on the, When Mr*. R. F. .Starker anti bright< following spun ex'mfniH the an!mat" causes maybe ; JOB PRINTING and we are prepared to meet all Competition '

mend. little daughter Ethel, of Orlando, left as, him to lose and prevent him from ... ,
Quite a party of the O. B. T. club there wa a sincere regret, since they; gaining It-St. Loris GlolxDemocrat ""*
icmbcri took in the excursion to Jack Candidate Fischer wa here Monday, were great addition t
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; tw FOR LITTLE FOLKS. Sick Headache SOCIETIES ETC I Tha Boy Opinion.

; z, f4? KNIGHTS OF. PYTHIAS. Boy-Do you want a boy here?
; ""J } Man\ Yes. 1
i \I I td f III., Seminole Lodge,No. 30. hold, Its meeting" at -
Skipping the Rop the Court house, the tint four Thursday even. Boy-What kind?

f"I Winter tlnio linn fl>..l away, Permanently Cured"I IHK of each month at 8 o'clock 1'. m. Man-A nice boy, that doesn't swearor

j, feprlng has hal her wntla sway, L. T. COOUY, 8. D. UEIGEIt.C. naughty words or smoke cigarettes -
e I\ .I"' fcuruuior surely must) be near. was troubled a long time with C. M. of F.. & K. of R. Ot S. mischief
tricks into
1 1 When tlm klpplng ropes appear.. or play or get
d'\, fi t WltU o skip. ...kip.I sick headache., It was usually accompanied or-

i, t ,' //l And a trip trip, with severe pains in the INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. Boy-That's enough mister. I gueit's
";\ I I As thus wo rIM and falL and Drill at the Armory over s' sytif&
I temples at the atom- county jail every a girl want. Goodby.-New
: i you w
,}t, I I In yard and utrmitThMllttlufeot Tuesday evening In the month at o'clock., 47
''j ach. I tried a good many remedies A. T. KBASTKU,Curtain., ,York.Sun.

1 f "f p, .. Arc coming to the call I recommended for
1. ''f No Can** For Alarm
11 this complaint ; but INDEPENDENT: ORDER GOOD TEMPLARS.Titimvllla .
'I 'I Mrs. Wurrey (to police captain-)
; t it was not until I began Lodge No. 17 meets Tunmlav Have ?
every you found any trace of my boy Chrh
7-.XI: In 1
evening :
church. Fulillc
kill taking Presbyterian +
meetings drat Tuesday In each month. He's been away all day and I can't find

: I N\ AVER'S C. A. GARDNER G. W. BCOHIK, out anything as to his whereabouts.
"p Soo't. C.T. Police
Captain-Rent easy, madam. s
I,1 I i.n 1I, : Pills that I received Describe the boy and we'll send a man ;;:- .

i anything like permanent CHUHCHKS. down to the continuous performance :. '

) t benefit. A sin- theater at once and get him for you.- 01.I
I '
gle box of these pills did the work Roxbury Gazette.Education
for me and I am now a well man."
Service the 2nd and 4th Sunday In each
--- -- ---- ----- --
C. IIUTCHINGS, East Auburn Me. month at lIa. m. and 7:3(1: p. m. Hunday school
For the rapid cure of Constipation every funds7 at 8:30: a. m. service at of iF--:
I app in. on Wednesdays. Litany every
Dyspepsia, Biliousness Kan- I Friday at 10 a. m.
jr r sea and all disorders of Stomach I RBV. B. F. BROWN Rector. BODY,

Liver, and Bowels take MIND


Regular service every first third and fourth
ki h N Sundays* at 11 a. m. and TIK: i>, in. suu..r... Fluent Cuisine ..1I.18ervl.e. No Transfer between Jackonvlllu and New Perk,
Oh no many tricks to dod School: every Sunday at 10.00: ( a. m.
+j I That'our mothers also knew AVER'SCathartic : League each Sunday. at 2:00::( p. m. Prayer nmot- FREE TUiTION..... The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers :
I t r. "In the Front Door" "liRklnlf Br......." lug every Thursday night Ht 7:00: p. m. The
I, Ladle, Aid meets .. (new) "Cherokee' '
"ChiuMi the Fox" and"Xeedlo Thread." Society every Wednrsiluv The "Comanche" "Algonquin, "Iroqnols, "Seminols
''t With a .klp. skip, at 3.00: p. m. Everybody welcome at our church

k And.u trip, trip service Florida North-Bound.
I 1'. M. C. Pastor.'
For HO tho leader tilth
; Steamer are to nail. according to the tide
; With a hop, Jump Medal and Diploma at World'i Fair. Agricultural From JACKSONVILLE FLA., ( ..ar.Iotllted ), Sunday* and. ThurM"

) And a thump thump. Ask druggist for ,'. From CHARLESTON, 8. C.. .' Monday. and, .'n'l1.' .,
your Ay. Saruparilti. PRESBYTERIAN
11 } 1 Until ;you're out of breath CHURCH. College For hour of Railing gee "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jackfionvllle and CliarloHton dally \pap'''

Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.and 7.Ki) >.in. I* supported by grant: from the national Government. South-Bound.
I Hear the counting, sure' and slowl 1 -- ---- -- --- ---- -- -- --- Sunday school at 9.45: a. in., Ch...... Gardner, All tuition free to all students from
To a hundred they taunt go. Su pt. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening Florida. Open to males and females. Women Steamers' are appointed to sail from Pier lifl, East River New York at A 1'. m., an follow,;
+ r Not a band or arm should swerve" they will have to suffer the con e- at 7:too.: The public/ are cordially, invited to at- board with families In town. Men board at For CHARLESTON 8.C. Tu".hl)'" and i.'rllia
tend our erv ,oua. For JACKSONVILLE FLA.,(culling at Charleston). TuoBdayn. and, ,
Whllo the rope describes Its curve, quences.. -Dotroit Free Press College MOBS Hall for Slo.oo per month. A most Frihp
i ll With n skip, skip, H. :M. GOODKLL Pnstnr. healthy location. College surgeon attends all
tl student. free of charge. Military discipline under -
J And a trip trip,
L 4 Th. Art a graduate of West Point. Four. courses of St. Johns River Line.
i of
I .I Until the tank. In done} Studying.; Instruction -Agricultural, Mechanical Latin Clyde's
t 1 With chock. BO rod, A girl who entered the manual training Sclentlflo and Women' Superior equipmentIn
And ruffled head- Preaching every second. and fourth Sundays, Laboratories. Gives degrees of H. B. andA. (DE BART LINE)
Bravo, my little coot! school two months ago com plains of morning and evening. Prayer Meetings every II. Business course giving free instruction'
t the lessons she has to learn-so many Wednesday evening at 7:00: o'clock. Sunday In penmanship book-keeping business law, Steamer "Everglade,"
}' School every Sunday at U:411: a. m. AIso preaching short hand type-writing and telegraphy.Fall .
Jtt pages of one! study and so many of an- first Sunday at LaGrange I Second Sunday, term open Monday October th.IMINI. CAPT. W. A. SHAW.

i'' I ; 1! other. Just think oUt I The actual number Oiik. Hill. All are cordially Invited, to attend. address. For catalogue giving lull Information Leaves Jacksonville from foot of Laura Street at 5 a. m,Tuesdays and Saturdays for Palatki

Il, e certainly! appeared formidable but B. A. GKIUBU Pastor O. CLUTE President Sanford Entedrrlne and Intermediate landings on the St. John's River.
k kt
+ an investigation would no doubt prove Lake City Florhla.WantedAn Leaves Sanford S a. m., and Enterprise 5.30: a.m., Mondays and Thursdays for Jacksmn'tile.

that what she really had to learn was a CATHOLIC CHURCH.
lesson of fair SOUTH nOUND. SCHEDULE. riOltTH 1I0n1
length. The secret of
study Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday In new Bead duwn. Head 0(1.(

MI in the higher branches is to read the Church building, North Tltusvllle. Children'scatechism Leave 3.30 p. in. ......... ....... .........Jacksonville... ........ .... ........ Arrive 8,301
f pages assigned slowly and carefully, at 8 p. m.Rrev.J.. Rector.' .. 8.411 p. m. ...................... ......l'lIlatka.................... ..... ... Leave Y.OO I'.n
making mental note of F. O' I1VLIC. RUBBER JTAMPSTWHYNOTHAVEYDUTl'sUMII ? 3.00 a.01. ........... ............ ... Aetor.................. ........... 3.00 p.,
--or marking if WORK GONE BY QUICK .. 4,30 a. m .. .... .... .... ...........St. Francl.. ......................... .. 1.30an
you dare not trust your memory-those I r.fll< ll7l I CHEAPANDARCLlABLfjrAI 7 .. 5.30 a. 01. ............ ,... ........ Hereotor'i....... ................".. 12,110 D.

parts which you feel need to be learnedby BRASS C flRM. STEEL DIES.WAX Arrive 1 too 8.311, a.a.m m: :::::::::::::::.:::::::: .I.Sanford l;:: :::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: I 11.30 140a.u. a:,

heart. You will be astonished at the Couldn't Be Elected.First lt/\LsJ SEALS.BRASS CHECKS .. 1,21a.\ tn. ........ .. .... ............Enterprise ... .. ................ .... Y30I.
l shortness of the list. One reading will ... ,.. .." .....,......8n. Fla. Railroad. Wharf (Sanford)............................12110 I',"
Political what's

)'4 H i k'1rH g fix well the in incidents mind. The of ten dates pages and of history names the matter with Manager-Well booming Harded, ? He STEEL Spa,,, BIGGEST PLAN Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleJ.

has the
F'J would not fill half a page. The same is Second respect P. M.-That'sjust it. Everybody rumar.an.vs. IN THE SOUTH .A. LKBLIK<: Bnut. JNO. L.HOWARD Fla.Fr't" Agt. F.IRONMONGER, JR.,}'I..Faun./,
} 11 of
true spelling. Suppose your teacher JACKSONVILLE FLA.
respects him but he doesn't arouse
o i gives you two or three pages from"Evangeline" THKO. O. Enoiw T. M, A.J COLE General Passenger. Agent: M. H.Cn'DK,A.T.M( |
I any enthusiasm. He always takes the
or a billtory or geography.The 5 BOWLING NEW YORK.
d r 9" ,I'lW Boy may taap and vault eo high. sensible ,.iewof things.Detroit News.Mr. .
W .rT (, '', But none was ever known to try way to learn the lesson is to select Idea of Who can think TVM. P. CLYDE CO., General Agents,

To meter this soft little spring' the words which have silent or double Samuel Maxlm'e Invention. thing some to patentr simple ff Bowline Green.New York. 19 So. Delaware A.., PlilIadvliiMijMALLOBY .

"1 1 ,\I ." I That With la no Intricate a thing letters, those involving pi or ie. Learn Mr. Samuel Maxim, one of the famous Write JOHN WEUOERBDRN fdraij they may* bring CO., Patens*ttlobr-
if 1 a skip skip that list and will have accomplishedwhat ney. WashlogtonD.0.fortheir el.suo pruw. offer: .
'I ,I And a trip trip- you Wayne Maxims and a brother of the 1 and 1111I of two hundred Invention wanted.ROYALTANSY .
? !, 1, f. Oh, may" I alwayi hour your teacher intended you to do. Inventor of the world fumed maxim STEAMSHIP LINE.
I 4, I f That pit -Brooklyn Eagle.
( I That seems to fit guns, is very enthusiastic over his own

This blofmom time of y..rl! latest invention-what he terms "a
'Anna K. Patten In St. Nicholas. Hard on Papa. perfect cost steel. Did the ancients : PILLS Florida, New York,

I U'i. Johnny Jameson had arrived at his know the art of making a perfect cast Philadelphia and Boston.

{ fi Indian Children. eighth birthday and thought that it steel Mr. Maxim inquires, and in the ,'r UTEWDiaOOVKRV.new.....iI..ble..d cnf NEVER reset FA1LA.A for up. ..

Although Indian children have their would be real nice to write a letter to same breath replies' that in his opinion 1 predHWt, xoenHlT.Now,axed scanty byover or painfulmenHturfttlon. tt.tHM) ,, Salllnic from Brnniwlrk, Ga., direct to New York

I guinea and good times an well as theirs his papa, and this is the way he began: they did even an article that would cut ware I.MH4M.of InvltroratflatheM chapua. IwltitiloM 0............Jfftma lie. PASSENGER SERVICE.

( ,i, f more civilized brothers and sisters, they Mr DreAR PAPA-Whenever I urn tempted to the hardest stones with the greatest paper 99 per bun ainall box .!. Sm Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot), "'Ail

Ik' also have much hard work to do and are do wrong, I think of you und soy, "Get thus ease,and he claims to have discovered 'I. salad tamps In for plain,..oloular.wrapper. Hold Bend by 4o l.>eal In RAIL" F. C. A: P. R. R.,_on Thursday. only 4:06:) |I'. MI. Am"f
behind me, .."'n." the key that will unlock the ,dr..tMor.I'JrrtK.BtDI.. !: Brunswick T:3: ( p. m. Pasmmirers going at once on I Ilearner. boar
: to their tired mothers great secret .
$ taught help poor OAFASCOCIATlON Ohie.o, Ia.
1 I !JI almost learn to walk. -Our Girls and Boys. so long hidden in the recesses of without Jacksonville to JlruII8wlri|
:, as soon an they Sold by J. B. Screven, only. Through car transfer
4 --- -- past ages. Mr. Maxim has made drills
llt One of the principal duties of Indian PROPOSED SAILINGS I
: children 1 is that of supplying their camp Sliding on a BestupleU that go through the hardest temperedsteel n Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R., JO.d.. in, (Standard Time.) Lv. Bmiuwirt

,'lr 1 I or Village with water. These campa are Says the Washington Times: "The of modern times much to the surprise -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine.No. Friday AUK. 7..... ..... .. ..........RIO QRANDlfi................ .. .. ,}'rhl1.yAnr,
t always near a river or stream for of sensation of riding on a sextuplet or of the local blacksmiths and steel ] one. $5; No. two, $10; No. three, $16 Friday. AUK .14..... ......................COLORADO.... .... ., ...." .. .Frlilay, Mat 1
w quintuplet when pacing a man for record workers. ritnsviUe, Fla. Frhb.y.AIII.21.. ... ................ ......RIO GRANDE...... ...... 'rhl..y.Anr. .,|
J I I course wandering tribes of Indians can is ..rhl..y.Aul.2M.. ........ ............. ......COLORADO... ... .... ... ..... .. ."rhlaytJtI,1!|, f
not have well or cisterns and from the regarded as decidedly novel. J. .'rWaySept.... 4......:........., .............RIO GRANDE........ ...... ...... .}'rldaySrls,
F. Storbuok the professional rider who -------
I 1 ql 'r river the children must carry up to the 1-- For! onnoral information. steamers, train, rates, eta. apply to any rallrond agent or to .
accompanied P. J. Berlo his southern 1I A. ,
on MURPHY Trav. Jaukintll
1 lodges all the water used in cooking. Agent Jacksonville CHAS.UA VIE!!!, Agent 220 W. Bay 8t. |
I H. H. I
record trip to act as pacemaker was recently Ueneral Southern Agent Brunswick, Ha.
t t' la this work they call to their aid asked what he thought of pace- 0 ......................... ... .............. .. ......... O C. MALLORY,Oeneral Agent Pier 20, E.River, and 362 Broadway, N. Y. I
I their playmate, the dogs, always plentiful
) \ in Indian villages. To the collars making on these styles of wheels He ....THE.....
I replied, 'Think? Why. we never have
; of the dogs are fastened two long light
1 time to think. All you know is that you # # LADIES # #
I poles> one on each side, that drag on the
have got to pedal for all you are worth A Boon to Florida !
,{ e ground' some distance behind them. On and
swing with the crowd. If 1'0udon't
: them about half the View It with opaned-eyed surprise -
.1N poles,
: way :.
you are liable to be thrown off. The ev
ground is fluid the kettle or earthen jar and purchase with inward '
i man in front has a hard position to hold,
that is to be filled with water and then
; I as he is absolutely unable at times to see satisfaction. : : : : : : :
t J the dogs are driven down to the river. Water Works (for Your Homes
the track, owing to the air pressure' and
Some of the have
larger boys ponies, ,
the speed at which the machine is trav
which attach heavier in
they poles
that the eling. We had a fall once and were so 1(: y: (: 'i 1( y: '* (: 'i 'i y: : Etc under Control -
the same way light ones are your own
nervous for days that we were guyed ,
fastened to the dugs and which
on they unmercifully by other riders. "
can carry as much as a barrel of water :
1 at a time. *
Seasonable Furnltare
At the river side the children have -J BEAUTY 1- YOU FURNISH
Furniture enameled in gray green is ; E
great fun while filling their various jars
liked for the of
parlor country .HEATING.BICYCLE.
and kettle They duck and splash each
i as are also darker shades of green. New .. \ THE REST
other run scream laugh and often forget
bedroom seta for used in
rooms only
entirely that the village is waiting
rammer decorated with Dutch Used with and
scenes open driven wells
r for its daily .supply of water, until the
with delft blue. The
blue and whitecountt'rpanell
shrill voice of some squaw mother warns Art Catalogue 4el*. Ill Stamp springs and lakes. A few minutes workat

them that they are neglecting their duty woven by our grandmothers an air delivers the
make suitable bed coverings in the pump water all
I And !if they do not attend to.it at once
delft bedroom New ,
York Post over your house with pressure. No cost 3 ito

----- ---- -- -------- --- HOLYOKB MASS. operate. No windmill or overhead

,' .... .. ..... .... ....
't '" '
11r, STAND (::1:) (::1:) tank. Simple and durable.'r_ +" <.):,f''

Write or apply for particulars to the BUCHER'S "?: ; ai': "

ADVOCATE Pneumatic Water Work f''J5; : :s
or toDearlng

Y0 j' c Sfgi FREYER &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow A Co., /or either or System.Domestic Public Fnrjoses.& Co. 'I jj I -;:f;I,

Dearinf, Parslow .I U : -

If1A1 1/ (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PAMSLOW.....,.Ma ;! .1.LLTMaa

/ Ir Pianos, Organs an
CHnAes.: : .:Bzt: .: ::hI.t: SS CO...


purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet C -

music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out Fine W 1n.es and uor

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

bAv7 line of the celebrated Conover New England Schubert and Kingsbury Pianos. .
.1 T. "I' .19 W. Bay St..
We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to fc'JOO: more than we

ask for them .
t Conover,style K, wal.. ..., .. .. .. .$. oSM Haines Bros., style 6, nlih.. ... .. ... ..:lon
/ iJ You will and one coupon s .' K.eb.... ... ...... :: Schubert, 16........... ..... .. .. 773Wo: and Bourbon Whiskies from f 1.75:
II Il Inside each two ounce bag J.eb. ......... ... .. awan 1UalcoID.Lo..1........ .. .. . gds toye per gallon.
tIIil .. .. J.wal. ..... .. .. ... ... .. Steinway eb.. .......... : Drandle from $1.7:1: to 3.75: per (fallen.Sf '
1 .a dtwoooupouslaaldseachr M, eb... .. . ...... ...... .. 41011 Everett eb... . ... .. 123 We make
four ounce hag of Dlaokw.1l's K, wal..I.. .. .. ate: Klngnbury style RRnabe .h..... .. .. .. 't26 lina Mountain a Specialty of North Caro
Durham. Buy a bee of this McCanuuon, style 99, wal... .... ... .. ..UK .. .. A eb.. ... .... . 20.. years old,':.10M Dew Corn Wblkey" three
.. at,malt.-.inn Grand ... ..... .... .. .. 2h! per gallon.
celebrated tobacco and read II 7,wal. .... -.. .. .. r.I: 8iuyvean eb.. .. ...... .. ITS 611Jnuga-r( gal., ZScts,2 gal.,SScts a gal.,
BUT {,IE the which e e 7, eb. ..... 2110" wal. .. .. .. 2..0
i II I coupon- gives a Halnee liro., e..b.......... .. .. ..... .. S's I N _hy ft Evans eb. ... . Il&: KeKo gal., tit 10 gal., S1.28; Kbbl?
Ilstofv.lu.blelrr..enUandhaw .. .. >. :3, eb.......... ... ..... nil Ja* M.Star, eb.............._..-_.. Ito $1JM).
GENUINE to get them. .. <* 8, mah ...... .. .. .. ..' ItfulMorri*, loo Parties, living In Dry. Town will do
have have had them and well to order from a* All we can save
Some of these pianos been rented but we re-polished them GO per cent on all order.
in and them to be satisfactory or t ;
put thorough order we guarantee momey fr: Always send with
; WAM'a funled.Ve furnish a stool, scarf Innstruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville We will not open new money account unless

h 1A 'IisDU ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write u*. inltable Jacksonville reference I* given.
tr FREER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No Good*tent C.O. D. to Dry Town.
a11 fIi!
24 E Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.e .


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WOMAN'S WORLD. For the woman whose neck I* long For Attorney. : : I
and thin the stock oollar has .a multi DON'T STOP TOBACCO. ii i
lends of Col. D. L. Oaulden -- - - -.
tude of charms. The soft folds serve to TilE I
L AND EFFECTIVE ADVO- announce his name as n candidate now. TO cum YOURSELFwlllll < I
ARDENT give a well rounded appearance to the for the position of Prosecuting Th IIIP! PlaciCte Opened E4- I

CATE OF WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE. scrawniest of necks. The projectingloops Attorney for Brevard county, at the : USING IT. AkWiei January 1894
and rosettes at the sides take from Democratic primary election. I
Treatment Women-Neck*and the long drawn out effect But on a The tobacco habit grows on a man JACKHDNVII.LK, KI.OKIOA. '.'

'O l..l.,..I".*..r-Women as Violet G rdeaera.Cbsaaoa short woman whose chill melts by gentle For Representative. until his nervous system In seriously affected In the center of the city, on Main Street, tho dividing lino between oaKt and west .

Sentiment In Germany-Mljlrs. graduations into her neck nothing impairing health, comfort and ono block from It.iy. Kveiything entirely now. Elegantly fiiinlnhed thioughoiit. ,
SKIIASTIAN FLA. May 7 1MUI. :Superior Cuisine and Service. Him meets all trill ns. Toriimt:!.MI) andupwards.
could be 'WOJ'>lfIf she must wear a liapplnoHs. To quit suddenly is too severe l per day \
Les ReYlyecL ISIecll\II'ILh'lI' by the week X. L. WAltl .
low stock collar-as fashion seems to di-cree hereby announce myself n candidate shock to the system, on tobacco to Propiletor.Grand

Emma Smith Do Voe began her that she must at any rate on street before the Democratic pilmnry cloc- an Inveterate user becomes a stimulant "
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''ork for equal suffrage in South Dako- gowns-let her we that it is set ns low tion for the position of member of the that his system continually CI'a'CII."DacoCua'o" 11
Her hospitable home at Huron was upon the bo dire ua pm'8IblfLtt her House of Representatives of the Legislature -
'I danarters for the leaders during the also arrange that it be no deeper than of the :State of FloiUla. Is a scientific) cute for thc View Hotel. !

alfrllgt campaign in South Dakota necessity requires, and let her, if she It. A. IIAUOKE.I : tobacco habit, In all Its forms, carefully ... ,J

Irs. De Voe aided greatly in raising has the faintest artistic sense, avoid compounded after the formula of nn ,

lands to carry on the campaign. After projections of the sides, which have the eminent Berlin physician' who has usedIt ---
1 }
Lr removal to Harjrey, Ills., throughthe effect of broadening the neck and face For County Jml l'. in his \pilvato practice since 1>7'J: ;

recommendation of Mm Catt, inbecemljer. All trimming on the stout woman's collar To the People of Brovard County I, without a failure.; It is purely vegetable TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. '

1891, she was engaged for should be xmuwednt the back. Moreover Iain a candidate again for the position sod guaranteed perfectly IU1'I11It'KII.011

fhree months in the spring and summer plaids are not for her, or any other County Judge, and again submit 111111HO all the tobacco you want while
|,f 1893 to work in Iowa, doing grand very conspicuous style of material.No myself to tlio Democratic pm llmull': IfI
nomln.iled and elected l will using/ 'liaco-Curu.'It will\\ notify you UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
cork for the suffrage cuuro. She ruined stout woman who wears a high am again RE-OPENED
L good deal more money in collections collar upon an indoor gown should be endeavor to servo tie wholes people as I when to stop. Wo give n written guarantee
have: tiled l to do in the past, and 1 shall to cure permanently case with
Shim paid her salary and she obtained forgiven the crime Necessity excusesthe ever be grateful for tile any Tho olllce will bo In charge/ of tho Lesson,
i>ledges for hundreds of dollars that violation of aesthetics upon streetfrocks have given mo In the by-gono support you, throe boxes, or refund tho money with 10)

were promptly paid. Tho repetition of but there is no apology! for it whether the party shall deem mo worthyof years per cent Intoiest. "Uaco-Curo" U not a As an "All-the-year-round" House. cA --..-

l 'these results in Wisconsin, Illinois, upon house fax'ks. Bodices may be finished lenowed favor or not. I feel' that I substitute, but a scUmtitio cure, that
Ijlichigon, Kaunas and again in Iowa at the top with narrow rnchiugs have not been able, though 1 bare done cures without' the aid tf111 power and First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel.

Il'iM been remarkable, considering the of soft lace sewed within the edge. Or my best, to fully deserve tlio trust yon with no Inconvenience. It loaves the
of the times during these of the fichus in have generously placed in mo hitherto,
stringency some numerous voguejust A for the convenience of meet all trains
I late years. now may fin"1 the frock with and I olTor myself again! for office with a system ns pure and face from ntootlno IIH carriage, guests,
fit' hope duly mixed with humility. the day\ you took YOlla' th"t chow or ,
I Her strict adherence to making equal their slightly decollete folds edged with
|suffrage. her plea first lost and all the deep frills of chiffon or lace. Deep sailor MINOR S. JONES smoke .1. G !:H-;VSrJL.: \

I time, avoiding partisanship on any oth- and Vandyke collars ,of embroiderywith TltiiHvllle, Vl.\, May Z"S: '00. of llotol dii Nil, 'Sar0o.!
m no stand -g collar nre also effect Cured liy; Itaeo-Curo nail Gained
an .. .
-- --- -- ---- ---- ---- -
ivfBut anything that swathes the A'
l"ollntll4.Fl'om .
neck or odds to the apparent sizo of the For Tux Collector.

'i'l' I chin by massing material beneath it is hereby announce myself an a candidate hundreds of testimonials, tho -J. A. HAPPKKhKTTK.: ______ I
permissible.-St. Louis Post-Dixpatch. for re-election, to the ofticu of originals which are on Illti and open

p Tax Collector, subject to the decision of to inspection, the following Is prosontod! INDIAN RIVER:: :: 230'TEL:
Women. Violet Oardener the Democratic ]primary election. Clayton, Nevada Co., Alk., Jan. 28, 'U3.!>: .

The woman ia business! will find Respectfully yours, Eureka Chemical Jk Mfg. Co., La
nothing more agreeable or remunerative E. W. HALL.
Crosso, AVm.-Gentlemen : }(ICm'ty ; :s k4 TITUSVILLE
x. than violet farming according to 1 /rysl ,, I( ;
'' years I used tobacco In all Its foims. For
?' the word of a man of .wide experiencein
%; 'i..', the business world. As matter of For County Clerk. twenty-live years of that time I WIIM a t Indian RivexFin. -. "

fact, this line of work it being widely again offer myself as candidate for great snffoior fiom general debility and .
Li taken up by women and with unwonted I ro-olectlon to the office of County heart disease For ilftocn years I tiled

/ success. With the building of the hot Clerk, subject to the decision of the to quit, but couldn't. I took various .J, A. HAI'PKIJSKTTK'MANAGPU.: ::

house, the services of an experienced Democratic primary election.A. romoillcs, among others. "No-To-lIac,"

? / -: ,1 :' gardener the first year and the means A. STK\VAUT. "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Don IN .
_ m ,;. ,4 and ability to patiently await the initial bio Chloride of bold," etc., etc., but 4 -

R ; ''t crop, monetary responsibility, at least, none of them did! mo tlio least bit of rl I t 1 i .I I I Open All 'I'hlYen".
rn is about at an end, for after the first For Sheriff jrt mm i #
good. however I -
Finally, purchased n
the violets increase thereafter
MRS. EMMA S. DE VOR. coming hereby announce myself a candidatefor I
m | cr subject; the atmosphere of good feeling hundredfold with very little! core and u I the ollico of Sheriff of lirevaitl box of your "Baco-Cuu, and it bas n ,r m.I. +? rtt'm' Only 1fAW .minutes
; engendered by her bright nature, temperature of only 60 degrees, and County, Florida, subject to the action entirely cured me of the habit In all Its 1A1 t .. walk from Hallway tatlons -
demand for of the elections forms and I hnvo Increased thirtypounds i and Steamboat land
there is grasping primary and
always a respect
' the idea that love
'I which governed by
them. fully ask the support of my follow citizens lu weight and am relieved from\ 11 Vi 1 Ye Yes1 f Inge.Ye .
should be the used to lead to the '
' power all the numerous adieu and pains of r l
'e The most desirable because the moHt On the banks of tliofar
_ right; the suffrage songs composed by natural and lasting, violet perfume of JOS. 1'. UKOWN. body and mind. I could! 41'Ito a quilt -fa n led Indian lilvor.SKA .
her husband which she sang so accept. of paper upon' my changed( feelings and,
. ably, and her cheerful acceptance of today is that of an importing Parisian City Point, FU.: May 12, 0(1.( condition. U'N'DmE1.: : NIs7W: :IW.AN": .A.a-m1.WEJN'T.: :: .

hospitality in the spirit with which it house on the Plnco do la Madeleine. A Yours\ I"CK\uctfully\ 1'. II. MAHiiutlv, .
tended to make few drops! o' this delicious odor suggeststhe Pastor C. P. Cliuicli, Clayton, Alk.
was givE'n-all success. -- -- - -
The results of her labor in the legislature very essence! of n whole bunch of For Sheriff.AS Sold by all druggists at *1.00() par box; -.

" of North Dakota, now being materialized the gracious flowers, and yet it is well my friends Insisted on me to announce three boxes (thlity days' ticatmeiit), SURF CRSTh iC./
the suffrage sentiment she known that this ia a wholly artificial mysolf ns a candidate for 2.50: with lion-clad, written guarantee, h
awakened in Montana, the state organizations color. Not a violet has been used in it. the olllce of Sheriff, on the Republican or sent direct upon receipt of price. 1
she effected in Idaho and Neva- So well guarded a secret am the means ticket, I herewith ask time support of my Write for booklet and proofs Eureka I3IIEEXE FLO1UDA.
flu-all her dauntless and employed in its manufacture that this friends and those who think I am fit for( Chemical A Mfg Co., La Crosso, Win., ,
prove house has become the envy of the worldof said office. II. C. STAKCK. and Boston, Mass This comfortable shy l house on tho lioach
keen executive ability, thrown, as she : opposite; Daytona, Is open nil tho
The demand for violet Malabar, Fin, Aug. 318n.For 'round. The attractions that otfeied
often was, upon her own resources and perfumers. perfumes year many are by 15 miles of a haul smooth
judgment in carrying: on the work. Sheis is so much in excess of the supplyit head ,. Moderate KiitoH. Good table Artesian water, Central location-ho I rig
in Wisconsin called Is a very difficult matter to obtain only a few minutes walk hunt bridge\ and ,poHtolllco.\ Excellent fishing In liver
the earnest petition of suffrage worke1'1lthere. the genuine article. Violet being the anti ocoiin. Surf llathlng ,all the your 'round.

Long may she live to help on this most evanescent of odors, it is thereforethe Thereby announce myself as a CllnfllI SYDNEY HAIGH,
all of the I re-election to the otlleu of
most costly. Nearly
work, so -vital to humanity!-BotttonWoman's I Tax Assessor of Brevard Sea Broozo p.o., Fla.
weaker mixtures for instance the violet county, subject MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. ,
Journal ,
to the action of the elections.
waters, are composed almost entirelyof primary .. .. .. ..
Soliciting the support of nil I remain ---- -- --- ---- -- --- --- -- '
Women'. Treatment of Women.It orris root, civet or vanilla. your obedient servant, Open all the year round Good Fish

is always a pleasure to record a denial Another Industry that has fallen in J. F. WOOTEN. ing, Hunting and Yachting. Status,

to the masculine assertion that woman's way of lute is the candying. of $:d.l>O and! upwards tom STANTON HOUSE
women treat each other badly. violets for the confectioner's trade One
One unfortunate who has just gone woman in New Jersey, who forms these For School Superintendent. Propiletress' Mus. C. J. HRCTOII. .' ,

through the ordeal of editor in chief ofa flowers successfully, can hardly keep that there Is certain sense R D. J. JONES, Proprietor.
woman's edition of a local newspaper pace with her private orders for this FEELING that forbids our present R -
gives her testimony as follows: "I had dainty confection.-New York Journal. Superintendent of Public. Instruction FOR .$URF'BATHING THE TEAR ROUND
23 women as deportment and assistant from announcing himself for ic-eloctlnn Rates $2.00 per day Special Terms tog

editors under my supervision and my Changing Sentiment In Germany. to the above-named 1 position, friends

.necessarily arbitrary rule. In the ten There are many signs that Germany, take this opportunity of placing the Iff1 II 9 Families.
weeks of our work together I may grate. of all countries the most conservativeas name of Mr. Jno. 11. Sums before the ---1 -
voters of Drevnrd for re-nomhmtlon at ejilMr rAl1llY'ia'ohlir,
fully say that no one of these-although concerns the emancipation of women,
the election. MTRMA. rLA Two Minutes Walk from'
coming primary on ftEW CentralDepot
they were not my own choice, nor most is actively bestirring hcrHolf. In a sin-
of them my own friends, and although gle recent: number of Die Frauenbewe- Tltusvillo, May 5th, 1WW./ 20 MILES DP BEACH reA A PLAY 6 UND!n! ,_ 4 4CIIATTANOOGA

many of them were old enough to be gung we find reports of several public
my mother-ever gainsaid any of my meetings in various parts of the father 1'1".1' Features at (Coronmlo Moderate TKNNVTravelers' .

rigid decrees, no matter how disagreeable land well attended by women and men For County TrciiMiirer. rules, solid comfort, no ostentation ._a 1
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in their results for themselves. of standing interested in the furtherance / good fishing, good cooking -- --- -- ---- -- a

More than this, they were invaria- of the cause. In Berlin, at a large To the Voters at the Democratic I'd- ..e.
bly unselfish, thoughtful for all the others meeting called by Frau Schulrat Cauer manes : Hotel ,

as helpful to me as possible, and, and Fran! Reohtsauwalt Bieber, the position hereby offer myself as n candidatefor High ClassCarpetings .
when the paper was printed, as one of woman in the projected new I re-election to the olllce/ of Treasurer I... ,
woman in their enthusiastic praise of civil code for the German empire was of Brevard County. I refer to my
what I had done for it, with genuine discussed with remarkable ability. Of record during the past; and, if elected, C Bay Street Jacksonville Fla..

deprecation of their own share.: It show I I the speeches given in full in the journal will give to the duties of the office the
diligent attention and watchfulcare
ed throughout: the best side of feminine mentioned that of Fruulein Anita Augs- same

of nature it and I thankfully make a note tion.pnrg, rand.That jur.the, deserves leaders' of special the movement men- as in Your the pMt obedient servant, This Hotel is now under'' new management t .

"Another thing. A blunder occurred I. are not lacking in practical sense ARTHUK T. FEASTER. H. E. CLARK ,

in one department, which was not its and ability is proved by the measures and has been thoroughly renovated through "

editor's fault, nor mine, but a compos adopted for pleading with the membersof For ,,, .
ing room mistake. I had an opportunity the reichstag in favor of more just
38 West Bay St.
to study the difference between legislation than the present! draft of the the advice of some nf my numer out. --_- '

men's and women's sympathy over that new laW provides.At BY friends, I an no unco myself asa Jacksonville Florida ,

matter. The editors, who were terribly another meeting in the same city, candidate, for County Treasurer, to be Him meet! .nil Tralnn, and Electric; Car door. Hath and
inconvenienced and mortified by it, said Professor Dr. Med. Waldeyer, formerly voted for at the next county! election, Aryls rooms \AllCinvenlences
not a word of this to me, but were only noted for his hostility to the woman and will thank my friend for their support Announces the opening of hid Spring on every liner

profuse in their comfort to my individual movement, acknowledged his conversion Respectfully cm K., FISCHEP. Stock of select and exclusive patterns of C>pen. ...A..11."the "Year.RatesAmerlcan -
distress. and Sanitatarat Dr. Kuster upheld the
"On the other hand the paper'. pub- present agitation on' ethical grounds.At fine grade! Carpeting and Matting. : Plan $2 to $2.60; European, BOc. to $ I.OO..

lisher and the instigator of the whole Stuttgart, Pastor Gerok is reported For County Treasurer. Special Rates by the Week. e .
and Shades In all size and color
scheme-both men-shook their heads as doing good service to the cause by a hugs FINLEY & MORROW Proprietors. ,

and sighed and exclaimed, instead of series of addresses before steadily in- TITUSVILLK, FLA., Aug. 25: '00. Send for Sample and PrlrcH, and you __ ___ .. .. u ___ _________.._ - __ m__ L..
any syllable of solace: 'Yes, that was a creasing audience, while a high military
bail break. I am particularly sorry to officer from the ranks of the nobility AT the republican convention held at will bu pleased. ....Open all the Year Round.., Jacksonville's Mew Fire-Proof Hotel.

offend Miss So-and-so by leaving her Oberstlientenant von Egidy, i* advancing Melbourne on the lath inst., I wan
article out' It all showed that the most liberal views at Brunswick nominated for the office of county treasurer -

much talked of I'Uperiorindne a of vindicating for woman the right without any nollcltatlon on my AWNINGSFor Hotel Geneva
part, but being no nominated I have concluded ,
man to woman is only when he is not enjoyed by men to all the intellectualand to accept the honor, a* my .Seaside Inn.
Inconvenienced by her blander. When material pofwessions of the race.- opinion ban always been that the ofllre/ .

te ia, he show his own need of comfort New York Nation. should seek the man-not the man the your Store or Residence Cur. Kuriyth and Cedar St...

"And that In turn displays the patient office. I shall not follow the usual cuf- On tho Ocean 13ouoh at
/Jacksonville Fla.
fact that, where a little girl out- Mia Jefferson by Thuinaa Jefferson; tom by making a personal canvas of the ,

grows her girlhood when she becomes a owned by the Philadelphia horseman, county; but If the voters, in their judgment I Modern Improvement, Hath, etc., on
Woman, a man remains a boy as long Charles W. Mornauu, baa a filly foal at should lee fit to elect me, I should WINTERSJDITH'SCHILL I Every jfloor. Oas and Electric;
*. he lives, and we must always count foot by Election do my bent to perform the duties of the I Lights, Passenger Elevator Artistically -

upon the childish strain in him.- Henry Stall baa just completed a office honentlr and to the best of my Many attraction and Irnpro.elJlent.have and Elegantly. But-
ability. OM Bottto nished. .'. ,'
Philadelphia Pre* handsome painting of that rattling race THOU. T W&TKOIU H 0... been added to this, the most pop-

Heck and Jrk__. mare Gloaming fur her former owner, .,....ttMCIIII. ular hotel of the Kant Coa t. Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00.
J. O. Follaiwbee. 4. S.U
long necks, short necks, thin necks A. T. Harrington. Ann Arbor, Mich., Be sure to get Simmons Liver Regulator ....,rktn.U .. The beautiful, wide! smooth beach U Weekly Ie'"t.aon Application._ .
and fat necks, all adorned with the Special aat for the ftummer.
baa removed hi* stable of campaignersto for your Spring Medicine. It's the unsurpassed for driving !and bicycling.The .
same style of stock collar; is a sight to old reliable that did the old folk much funtitslu ED. L. OWENS, Prop.
Toledo, 0.. and.will train them at
.oak: ODe for the lack of originality let surf bathing and fishing In, both
weep the driving park in that city. good. Don't anyone persuade you to falMOurutoM TONICNEVER
in the feminine world. Women take anything else Instead. You can always ocean and Halifax liver are excellent,.
whose china are manifold and womenof The proponed running circuit which tell Simmons Liver Regulator by -Whato\ you need In the way of
the folded wa to include Toledo Indianapolis, the red Z Don't IU V.I_ KATIES: fa.oo PER DAY.
giraffelike throat*both wear on toe package. forget envelope, note and letter head l hill
or shirred band of velvet or satin. Terre Hante. Elkhart, Saginaw and the word Regulator-Simmons Liver Ae1Mr Ielar ml c.. t..l.rlll..I,..tiled A...... Special Rite by the Week.H. bead, statements, tag, card, etc fW
,With the inevitable "ears." Windsor, Out, ha been abandoned Regulator-better than anything else' FAILS. shall be glad to have .a hara of your-
and sure to do you good. F. STEWART, Proprietor. work. ;

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J ,,"\.' r._ s INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, ,,SEPTEMBER. 4, 1896. ._._._

i c ':1 r ri j +tr Fancy Pineapple IMimt. A Rryun and e\vall Sliver Club Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report

I hakka :MlpH r to 7ln.fIW\ : per 1M)0.( ) Was formed at courthoutio on Monday -
8 to l-lu. and # (0 J J"i I
a :' N : up night, there being quite a number Baking
11 JUT 1,1 HM.hutkern of interested people in attendance. Mr.
.j i ? ))1 i, in proportion..sruooth W. T. Avera was elected temporary ftoYal Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
I' Cayenne, $20: per hundred.. chairman, and, made a tine address very
l 14r J. F. M. TYLKII, 1I1'I'I'I'I'I'late' for tho occasion as did also Powder LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.We
t Kurt Pierce Pinery. Col. I). I. Gaulden who was elected .
secretary. McsHrs. A. Brady<< and J. :31.Onbun : .
: 'J were also the speakers '
', r'i, ..i -huonl'II. Mucker' /'apt. R. I'. I'addUon among was elected president BSOLVTEI.Y PURE have for sale a large list of carefully
i: of the club, forty-three sllverites -------..- -. -. .. .
-- ------- -- ---- -- --
: }. 1 will Hull you more strictly No. 1 being enrolled as members. After a voted the republican ticket ,I I steamers and the Florida East Railroad selected Indian River Properties.

j, Smooth Ciiyennu pineapple Suckers for harmonious mooting, during which a who refused<< to endorse. th and will continue until further notice Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line
i b t the than man in Florida stirring letter of approval from Judge
money any ,
platform not vote
at Steamer of West leaves
Try me. All home-grown. :M.: S. Jones was read, the club adjournedto should be encouraging to I Miami City Monday Key and Thursday at Canal and Transportation Co.
; <;ico. II. Wmmrr, meet on Monday night next, the 7th it has every
at always happened five o'clock and West
I Orlando, Kin.For ; Innt., at 8 o'clock, on which occasion the Vermont has given over 2 Tuesday and a Friday m morning Key at every the CANAL: LANDS.. : :
'>)>r other necessary officers of the organization
L i'' 1 will be elected. can majority in their state same hour. AHCHKK UARMAN Florida; Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway ComplIII:
? Sale, republicans have gained the President. Lamia Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment 1
J The following is a copy of the heading national Co.,
4 i election. If there U
___ __ and other Low Priced Lands.
I I. of the roll signed by the members : In this politics barometric

i I.i Common and fancy pineapple plants. 'UHYAN AND 8KWAM CKNTKAI SILVKK are afraid the country will go Summer on Indian Itlvcr. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
f I :Forty acres to select fiom. Lemon and CLUB Of TITUHV1LLK FLA. In November.

other citrus tuecs. "The free coinage of both silver and The weather Indian River during Titusville. Florida.
1 M Jensen, Fla. gold is conceded by the best thought of ,the past summer has been rather enjoyable -
l { all political parties and factions to bo Silver Kanblt'M }" -cool breezes blowing every day --- -:: :
essential to the welfare of the people. With the absence of to
1 mosquitoes up
{ i Funky l'lncnllle Plant. Opinions differ only as to the ability of The greatest campaign I this week, wo think the people of the Fred S. Chaffee &Cot
ti tho United :States: to take the initiativeand East Coast of Florida have been rather
'I t without shel- accomplish so benlflcent a result any year. Neat handsome fortunate in not being north, sweltering ,,
; Hardy vigorous grown ing. Silver Rabbit's Foot
without first obtaining the consent and
In'the cities. We have not heard ofa
aft tcr. Prices on application| to lent picture of Bryan and big
: + I' c&( K.: C. H. TYNDAM., aid"The of European democratic nations.party has voiced the 1." Expressive of free silver Steamship'I single case of sunstroke In Florida tills FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITDSVILIE' FLA
and I have had few really
j i' J7rr\arlimo ,VVaveland Fla. overwhelming[sentiment of the American emblem. The Rabbit's Foot !: summer hot days, <<-we our Indian very River breezea- Registered Pharmacist,
\ Bryan good luck and I it will j
people for the free coinage of silver anddeclared shaving tempered the warm weather verynicely. of
Its faith In the ability of the luck to all who wear it. A Complete
. .: Pineapple Plantation For Sale United to out such quarter wrapped a letter ( I ,
States carry a policy.
Cheap. differences Confronted of by opinions such conditions have disappeared, all. minor badges.stamps) and Dealers we will please send write you j',I -+ PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundries.

4, 4>< Located on Indian River, } filled with the Utmost Care and
For description and terms address<< consideration that is : Mfg's. call on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue ( -.3 Prescriptions Promptitude E<-

j Box. 14, Melbourne Beach Fla. "Can the United States maintain as Titusville Fla. Shoes madeto rr: r' We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
the democratic party has declared her order In fine style.JEWELERS.

I Consult James. Mutt, financial discredit independence.the essembled No wisdom democratcan of Key West & Miami We want your trade. Give us a trial

his party; no American can doubt the
4 I I'i Orlando Nursery for orange( lemon power of Ills country. Company. r r "I Choice Line of Cigars! Stationery Wall Paper School Supplies Perfumery,
I t and, grape' fruit b'eeK. grape vines and 'Our country alwaysl'lgbt. Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces etc., etc., etc.
I'; 1 Marshal Nlcl ,""0". Hut Agents for Stencils:! and Rubber Stamps
.r "I I right or wrong our country.1"Believing In order to" expedite cv-::;:
f : that the United States Is cilitate travel the {!
L 1 Orlando: able to lead as she has ever led, for the on the Miami and Key West ,
uplifting of the peoplu, and that tho Line commenced Monday, I E TAbi !HE : <-
t : }i: ) democratic party, under tho leadership It was done in order to JACKSONVILLE FLA E.:: L. :ee.: ..D '"
t' 'I ABBAKA. of Bryan and Sewall, can carry out to a connection with the Clyde, .- ... .- ..
:fi !i, glorious fruition tho principle of the Fertilizer.I
Groceries Grain Garden seed
free coinage of silver, we hereby form Hay
i} Slips and Suckers For Sale. ourselves Into a club, to be called the Reliable Responsible.
Bryan and Sewall Central Silver Club of Prompt. call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

a, 1 i t I.., -- on r&ed application Spanish in any SAEOER quantity.I3KOS.Piiccs:: Titusville all, previous Florida; and party agree or fractional that Ignoring .. :ILc.T'LL;; : &:, 00., St.nplc Ac FlLucy C roooi-iei**, Fruit

differences, we will work to secure the Wholesale And Food Products
; Ankona, Flu -
..1, .k election of Bryan and Sewall, the nominees Of AH Kinds. Also My Stock of

'1:1 j Convention of the Chicago, for president National"and Democratic vice-presi Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,
lent of the United States.
: : SLIPS and SUCKERS Ground Food end Wheat.I .

Our SpeclltlesOrang: lI, Lemons Apples, Pineapples, Peas, Potatoes, am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line of
t :" ,' I W r. Harris KepHcn to Mr. San- Onions, Grapes Nuts Limes Guavas, Butter, Eggs, Poultry Honey, etc. Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit
; your patronage. Very truly _
t, ; f : I derx.SKBASTIAJT References:-T. .Slight Lady Lake, Fla.; W. M. Williams shipper? Fruitland L. SRADY.EDATARD : .
tg 11'11' +,.; The Trade in Write or wire for prices.

(, ; Home-Grown Varieties,.,,,,, FLA., Sept. l, 'Ot!. 106 Main Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

' k' KIT" Hotels Supplied short notice with anything the market. A : ...
') Editor/ Advocate ; on on good : : STILING..
: FOR SALE. stock always on hand at lowest price.
r, 1 4iI Dear Sir :-In your last Issue there
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article ----- Ooooeu F1or1.d.a
ABBAKA. wits an from Mr. Sunders, in ,
iit'; ; 'J l//' which ho says I charged him with mal-
'd + : PORTO RICO. icious falsehood: and that it was very The NewSelden DEALER IN.,.......

'' If ri'' ( GOLDEN DEEN.IW strong language. If Mr.( Sanders read
'dl I my letter correctly and the shoe ills-all Wood and Metallic
i'' I 11 SMOOTH CAYENNE. right; but Mr. Sanders: does not seem to
; and think that lie is doing Capt. Hardee an Cypress Door Company
\ Injustice when he charges him with writing Coffins and Caskets.
k t RED SPANISH. nn article over another stirnaturo.. -
and myself an Injustice when ho tries( to .
: LAKE WORTH FRUIT CO make It appear that I would let my name :PALATKA,. P"'I-.A., -- -
<<, be used
known Capt.for Hardee a convenience.since I I have have Will, about October let, 1SOC, turn the steam on to Zinc and Copper lined cloth covered wood caskets. This department is un-

:P" Correspondence Lake Worth Solicited., Fla.<< been have never in }<'Iol'ldabout known, ( him ever to seven write years an article), and: One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind attention.der most the improved management metHods of an of experienced embalming. Funeral All orders EDWARD Director by mail and STILINO or Embalmer wire ,receive, using prompt the

6 h m I .. .afraid for a paper to sign when his own he name.was ashamed I said or it' and General Wood Working Plants in the United States. Cocoa, Indian River, Flu.

Piano for Sale. was a falsehood 1 and still say It; and I
for will say horo that I will stand In my own And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight!
line mahogany, square piano
i f I' $alA In TituHvlllo; cost *500; will sell for shoes, and when I put my name to an yearn In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best THE DECANTER.
K tlmo. article for publication, I It Is of my own possible material! and workmanship at our hands.. Our production will cover
) cash
fH:!( or on
i further address writing and] free will. Doors Sash Blinds -Mouldings Frames, Hot-house :Materials, Tanks, Glass etc.
For I pnrtitulars << .
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PIANO ;;;;; Renaker
JOHN II. IlAiutia.Mr. I "; Losley &
d Cure of AUVOOATK, ,

ct, TltiiHvlllo, Fla. Drown Returns Thanks. Phoenix The St. Augustine Cycle Cot Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies,

{ { ; v fh FruitVauted.. Union Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout

CITY POINT: FLA., Sept. I, 18UO) Has the best line of wheels A First-class Line of Cigars. Nee Billiard and Pool Tables.
t Ripe or nearly ripe pineapples; also DiamondS
V Kilitor Advocate H Family and hotel trade is solicited. and careful attention to mail
guavas, mangoes, !sugar-apples' alligator : and sundries in the state. All Prompt given
f bananas and other orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY fc KENAKER Titusville, FU:
limes tropical
0 p"nr, Having being nominated<< at the late Excels
;i I" nnd semi-tropical fruits wanted. The primary election for the office of shortlY Kinds of bicycle repair work
Mghest market price paid. I doslre to acknowledge the courtesy and and other Ladies i Awarded Gold, Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition,
Address, R. C. Rains, fruit dealer 23;) fl\lrnollllllhown by my opponents, and to neatly done. Atlanta,On.,Irtus.
ii', :. 'Hogaii street, Jacksonville, Fla. say to my friends<< and fellow citizens:
and Gents in Stock.
il A that I sincerely thank you for the vel'yeorlilalllllppoa.t F. W. BEERS, Prop.
) you havo given me. Appreciating
Budded Trees. ------------------- -----
'4 i << Orange : the confidence thus tendered, ,
""r, I I shall, if elected do my best to prove OEORrt 1\1.\nx. JOHN MARX.MARX .
1"1\'el'allhoulI\1II1: choice budded<< orange( that such confidence has not been mlslaood. -
,k r tree, two to live feet of the following ,! :RROS. PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
and other varieties : Harts Late, Jalla, Respectfully, ,
I' Indian\ River, Mediterranean Sweet, Parson J. P. BUOWN. Wholesale Dealers In I
r I Urown. Grape fruit and lemon Groceries: Fruit aril Jxod.Loe. Hammond, Ind., South Omaha Neb., Chicago Ills.
tree. In variety, also limited number of Improvements at Palm Donoli. Salesrooms 231& West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk Manager, Jacksonville FU.
the following tare fruits : Pineapple 131 and 133 East Bay Street and 93 a ii nud King orange; Marsh's Seedless and'oatshaped Jao1J<.soD.'V'1.11o, s F1or1.d.a.
f grape fruit. Also bu< ; ,of all the )leading: citrus fruits. ornamental had, charge of the blasting on the east .
I S' trees, plants, roaell,'cto. side in the vicinity of the largo hotels ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
.; t Prices en application to has gone to MHaml with his force of eighty ; : us :or :Pr1ao:
t + II i A. I/. HATCH, men to do the street grading and blast- TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have in the way of Fruit and Vego
j .i i City Polut, Fla. Ing t.here.llays the 'V.l'almBunch corres tablet I Returns prompt and sure. We supply the beat Seed Potatoes and Cow -
t I
.. PondontofCitizen.: The deer excavationsIn Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.

", ; Thejjwa between the rear It and of the the Royal chapel, Toinclana, are being, and fill MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. LANDS for Lemons Grape Fruit & Pineapples

{ 1 ed In with 81\11111\1lI11Ul1ck. Small particles ,
of rock that are useless for rlprapplng IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES FLORIDA.In .

.t grocery (COs by here at the the and carload pier:Miami.hero for are The track being return ballast carried train between bringsthe away HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ? order to induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits in the Counties named, the

sand and muck from there. Workon FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. will, for the next 9 months, make a .Re
1- DEALERS INFancy the continuation of the cement walk If not, don't you think you ought to have one ? I have got the Five Minute
Is also showing good progress. This White Mountain vlx duction of Twenty-five Per Cent on Price of Its Lands in Above Counties,
will soon be finished. Contractor O'Ne- Triple Motion Freezer, at the following prices, :

S and Staple ill Is In charge of the tilling in at this I quart at. . . . '* 1.30 each. r- For terms and Prices OR UNTIL DECEMBER 13th, 13W.!
point. The hotel Poinciana has been repaired :J quart at. . . . . .' 1.80 each. D. C. SUTTON apply to FU.'
1 Groceries in the various places. damaged by 3 quart at . . . . . . .. 1.80 each. W. C. VALENTINE W. R. MOSES West Palm Beach,
falling rock during the blasting.A 4 quart at. . . . . . . :2.20 each. F. S. MORSE, Miami,, Fort Fla. Lauderdale or to Fla.
I These prices are only good until the stock Is exhausted. Keep your eye on JAS. E. Commissioner,
Confections. thin INGRAHAM Land
Great Republican Majority.The ST. AUGUSTINE, FL A.
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Ice Cold Summer State of Vermont has rolled up a THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART THE
.Drinks. republican majority In the state electionof ,
about 39,000, the largest ever obtainedin <<1 GEO. WIEDEMAN
C1OARS, TOBACCO, FRUITS, that state. While the result of the Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. * BREWING COMPANY,
election was, of course, a foregone con-
VEGETABLES and COUNTRY PRO. clusion, still the figures are slgniflcenta FOR SALE BY Brewers of Fine Beers Standard Lager Extra Pale lJ1encben '
I r DUCE.i furnishing some Indication of the ,

i S j Titusville, Florida. smallest political majority feeling In ever the recorded north. The was EDWARD STILING.... .. ... THOS. A. BETHEL, Manager. .. Bridge St.

20,701 polled four years ago which la also Jaol: tesoslvill J.'W1c.r:1d.a.:
good :
<- Adyertlse In the ADVOCATE If you now followed by this overwhelming ma The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. stock : :
.AV want to Increase your bu 1De.... jority. The chief cause to which this = e 10 dozen pints, Amber, . . .. , , . $9.00.
S 4 4I enormous majority U attributed, U suitable rows, suitable for for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers 3-In. tread; A size larger 10 dozen pints White. .. ._ ... :. ... ., 9-50-

t I DEED ADVOCATE blanks lOc.office.each; $,.00 per 100, at want of organization whom the among the democrats Pineapple Plantations, 0-1 In. tread. >{-bbl*. beer . . . ." . . . . 2.23.
the of
., most dissatisfied COCOA, Indian River. FLORIDA. }'-bbl.. beer. . . . . ... ., . 4.50.

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