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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: September 18, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00044
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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I. 13. No.6. TITUSVILLE, FI4A., FRIDAY, SEPT. 18, 1896. [Price, 5c. '

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>CAL NEWS -A store in one of the most advantageous Itend This Column Carefully. -There In a store to rent In the AnroCATK ikr-: If you nood any job printing. we .'Vnh'r l..ont. '. t tA
positions In Tltusvlile is now for : block, suitable for a furniture, hall bo pleased to got a share of I ft.

l.icM of General Interest. rent. Apply to Robbie* A Graham, or r:::; As an advertising---y medium, no-< dry goods, or millinery and dress-making I ; J
Clias. II. Walton, Titusvllle, Fla. paper on the Kant Coast can beat the\ establishment. The only store for rent -Tho annual offering for education I largo wntorsinlt was sighted on the

ADVOCATK. Give us a trial rulvt.,. In THnsvllla. Apply at the ADVOCATE Iml mlniNterlii! relief will bo received at ocean, oj>|\)nnlto Malabar, on Sunday
ind General GoitKlp In connection office. itfternooi) au.t. It crossed the 1>OlIlnlllll.. ,t
and be convinced of the tile I'ruHbytnrian church noxt /Sunday
pink llal'errsworth.
|."Y..8, Ba)'. I.Mke Worth, Indian, -Mr. S. F. Glhhs of Melbourne, wasa and SlId came half way across Indian nlver.n '
*...1 Halifax Klvem, Key Went visitor to town t'lls week. morning evening.The .\ immense column of white wlilrlln
I other Important I'olnto along lie I -S nator Call went south yesterday.. work of opening: Jupiter! Inlets water was cnrrlctt np ti> the
L..u
llliift Kveiitu. from Varloun P..rU Cocoa, is at present in Ashvllle, N. C., on Week, on this (front) page./: > [World; About People You Know a vacation. I Y.' M. Cnbot is the contractor. and those who) saw it say it wan a magnificent
-Mr. A. Brady' has been spending last .
You I)on't Know Ilckeilt night.Cliicliimitu.t
lyle EdItor Supt.; K. T. Goff, of the Ftagler" Railway lKAnqUAitTKU: for Singer sewing rr.n- I and tills week an the guest of Kov. and -General Passenger: Agent: (I. I). I
Society ooattere anil a large iaf IPI)1)1lIC11I4 and wife, are taking a short vacation chines. W K. Knox, agent, Titusville. i ItfrL. A. D. Penny, at Minis. ickerly hits, boon In Atlantic N. J.
along tile tI(1IIIIlInlll1IIIct1t.hl '
iI tills week, attending tho / % Fnrnirt Kullroad.
kaxt of Florida. in New York. I -\Mr. W. 'V. KusHull of lmWnn. of tho American Association/ of ,
:&IONEY.Ve want money to loan on first paul Tltiwvllle llylng visit on Tuesday. I
General J and Ticket alontl4.TIJI. .
-Mr. A. W. raddlson of Eau Gallie, alMI411gor /
real estate mortgages .Ten. per cent We acknowledge a ploaxnnt call. TKo work of laying tho Iron fur the
won the guest of his brother, Capt. R. P. free of all expenses to louder D. L. Collector E. W. Hall and dnughor / above railroad commenced yesterday '

VO Tfr1 'addinon, a couple of days this week. Gaulden, Tltusvlllo.IIRK'S -MY. J. O. fleet left here for Miami' Miss!) /Salllv: of Shnrpes, have been week, IInltlll being pushed alraad as fast* ;

tAA ilr. Paddison came to at the and ether places yesterday. He expects uslly engaged! in town for two or three an possible! baking Sebastian quite i
speak
1 up to return to town to-morrow. lays thin week with the registration lively with Its hi>et of workers. Mr. W.' I

tt sliver club meeting held \Monday night.Mr. .- drink-Root at F.Beer:S. Chaffee-the &great Co's.summer -Tim-Board of County Commissioners Uookll.. They returned homo ycHterday.Mr W. KiiHHcII, who is superintending$ / j

S Chas. K. Kenyon, who has beenIn \\'alOln session a couple of days this woe If r ,John Walker has purchased the operations, was l I. tow. on Tuesday to "J

Dighton, Mass., and other places darIng coed noting election business. interest of Mr. A. C. Gardner In the dry got more laborers' and took eighteen
SINOKK machine attachments suppliedby bark with Mm to be employed on the
the summer returned to town The F. \\c. C. will gon.la. bU,1'ne1l14' of Gardner Jk Sun at tills
W. K. Knox, agent, Titusvllle.FAINTOFF R'y. shortly commence II railroad. Ho in very pleased with the
ilnoo. Mr. Chan. A. Gardner retains hUliare
ALL
Saturday last looking benefited by hisojourn. hauling the second crop of pines !Central" outlook:, nnii believe Subnstlau,
.. In tho business the nnmo of the
raised along the Kant Coast of Florida. I
and the.! rhoo.I-ln-
Mrs. nrronn Hnjr lgb
Konyon will not be here
for removing all' kinds of / flOw firm being Gardner & Walker. Mr.
until later on In the season. paint from all kinds of surfaces with- -The Good Templars will moot rogu- (Janlher,. 1tI'.. will probably go north In cludlliiK Olletllud-wUt be quite an
.. Iml'OI.tllII"CUJI o' Florida In time to j joonMr
larly evry Tuesday evening at tho
the future.
out burning. See ad. on 2nd iiear
-Hon. Robt. W. Davis, the democratic Send for circulars! toSOUTUEASTERN page. i resbytertao.church. Every member Is with Its railroad, farms, ete. "
candidate for U. S. congressman for I urged to.attend. While at work In tile Wilson Cypress
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PAINTOFF Co.
mill nt Palntka, Satur-
omnnny'n on
i'londa, arrived in town on Wednesday. St. Augustine, Fla., and Boston. I -The' outside of :Mr. K. L. Brady's day last, Thos. B. :Much hail tile enth <>f Mrs. T.. M. txon.

Last night he made a fine speech to a store looks resplendent In tile ornamental tune to seriously lacerate his II1ll4fOI'.1

large audience at the courthouse, which 'UK Indian River hotel barber shop has dressing which Messrs. Knox A ng the operation of lubricating It In with extromo'regiut announce .

was received with great ovation. the bent workman in the county. We Thomas hare been engaged upon for machinery, rendering It necessary to tho death of one of onr esteemed ladles.
guarantee satisfaction to all our cus several dayspat.. have tho injured member jimputateil -Mrs. John M. Dlxoa-which occurred

Archdeacon and Mrs. B. F. Brown tomers. H. S. Meadow, prop. -The Panama Park clubhouse, just from above the elbow. at about live o'tiloek this (Friday, ) morn "

left on Monday morning for Orlando, tobe outside Jacksonville, was completely -Mr. 0. J. Yates arrived horn from, ing. .

absent a week or ten days. :Mr. -Store to rent In Tltusvlllo. First- destroyed by Use lust Friday night, only Plant City on Wedni'Hday with bill wife MM.. IMxou has practically been an I

1= Brown goes to assist In an examinationof lass position. Suitable for a furnitureor a small portion of the fixtures and furul- Silt! family, and haM located In the rosl- Invalid for n number of years pant, nud l ;;
s. ture being saved.In thence of Dr. B. L. WHIn which ooolileut a year or so ago, which Injured
property
candidates for holy orders and In an dry goods store. Apply to Robbins her Internally hastened tho end.
Graham. he has purchased of our former towiiHlan. -
ordination service to held the primary election! held Satur- however
be at that It wius.oniy about twow.ceks age -
If you receive a sample copy of place next Sunday, the 20th Inst. day last In the different l precincts of Bre- tart. In It some I b* probable business that or Mr.other Yates before will that ihe wan compelled to take to :

OCATE, It l Is an intimation that WHERE to stop. See list of hotels on yard county, Mr-A. T. Feaster was nom- lieu bud) .and slneothat! time she gradually ; .
I give us pleasure to add your 'On" our 8th! page will be found the our 7th page. ; mated for county treasurer and Mr. J. long. grew weaker and weaker from the

our fast-Increasing list of sub- advt. of Goo. II. Wright, of Orlando. I O. Fries| for surveyor. -We beg to call the attention of those effoots. of her mishap, death occurring

It does not cost you three Those of our readers in want of choice You will find tho best cigars In town at I -Mi.:':W. II. Young, the Titiisvillo of our renders who expect to visit Chat- from fever "!:exhaustion.. On Wednesday -

r week (postage Included) when budded trees or other stock Losley & Ke.iaker'H. band leader, has accepted a position In juiooga, Tunn., at any time, to the advt.of bar condition was such that Dr. .,
f the year, and it can be sent to orange any the!' drug; store 01 F. /S.: Chaffoo & Co., In the Cliicknmaugit Stable Co., of that Dixon duented It best to wire for bill :,
my part of the United States or grown In a first class nursery, would do I which capacity. he has had three or four >loce/ on the 4th page of this IHSUO. If mother and other relatives to aToms from -I'

without extra expense. well to writeMr. Wright, as they will : DEED blanks lOc. each; $3.00 per 100, at Boars' experience elsewhere Kd. Knox needing a turnout to drive to tho ninny (Cocoa:; to sac Ms w.fe.! which they did. v

find his stock excellent.and'>his- prlOIJr! 1 the ADVOOATuorHce.Capt. goes; to JJurcn *! Foaster's to-morrow'-- 'oints of interest In the shove section of A tUl.I01'a1l1urvrc. will bo hold at tho '.

iglit. 1 ____ __ ____ __________ _____ ____ 'ennoMHtO: our rentier could not do butter Methodist church to-morrow morning.
on PRINTING at thiri office. Commodore V. I). Hughes and. wife, than give this livery establUhniont after which the body of the deceased

-Mr. O. H. Voss, formerly managerof E. E. Vnlll expects to open his at present in New York, expect to leave a \lady will be interred' In tho La Grunge 1]
floating hotel at Miami next week. about Oct. lit for Florida to make their trial.Dr.
ilicatlons theo the Indian River hotel has been with cemotttry.Dr. .
for membership in usual winter tour of the U. A. Thomason, the skilled
East Coast
Tennis Club should be made us fur several days past, having come to -Mr. R. Freeman Hall has been spending resorts, and It !*. needless to their eiital surituon, who has boon in town .. bison anti relatives have thelleartfelt .)
say
II. Walton a couple of days( In Jacksonville this for several to work sympathy of the comntuutty In ,
secretary. days pant attending
cast his vote In the primary election of week. many friend will bo pleased to see them. their sad boniuvoruont.1IOT12X .
In his lino returned home to
LooHburg'uomlny
,nicy John E. Hartrldgo has re- ant Saturday, and visit his wife. Ho returned -Mrs. F. C. Stetson returned home to -The fine 22-acre: place, at Lotus, of morning., Ho expects to make ,
0 Jacksonville from his northernshal to Enterprise whore ho Is the late Mr. Chan, T. Verbeke has I
engaged fort Pierce Wednesday from her trip been its headquarters at Snuford:: In about a NOTKH.
in fruit culture, etc., on Tuesday to New York. old to Mr. II. G. Lazolle, of Mlnn ai>- Couple of weeks, and will visit TltusIllo -
I oils Minn.\ The purchase Includes ono hereafter about once a month. Dr. I
: L. T. Coodcy is now ablo tot morning.Col.: I Mrs. ulia D. Tuttlo learn has the We DOW have In Tttusvlllo two
we of few groves that wan not hurt by 'homason will\ bo hero again about! the open
again after sickness of a week H. J. Tiffin, of Courtenay, after adorned her residence grounds at Miami the freeze, and will yield several hundred end of October.Mr. M good and well-managed summer hotels :

spending a couple of days In town left I with a green-house to take under cultivation boxes of fruit the coming season. will find In of Florida. I.,
her favorite flower-the rose. nnd Mrs. J.O. Walton, 1011'.Cho..... as you any part '.
Parsons, representing the S. B. here Saturday last to take the Clyde I -Amongst the visitors in town this II. Walton and Claude Walton are now Special! rates are offered to White : :

I Co., of Jacksonville, was apasn steamer for New York, en route to Mon -Mr. W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, week, we noticed the following: :&1. H. enjoying themselves In Chattanooga/ and Mountain.: I has 1 been In town a few days on business Same Courtenay; T. II. Handera, G. W, its surroundings In Tennessee, having '
treal Canada where he and Twin, Mountain bouses. This.
to
Tuesday's train to Miami. expects spend
I While here, be was tho guest of Judge Schiiyler, Indlanolii; N. N. Penny, Canaveral pent a vory pleasant week In tho iiioun U the finest month in. the year to visit
on Paddison, after spending his three or four months ere returning to M. /S. Jones and Clerk A. A. Stewart.We ; F. C. Poppel, Roams: J. Houston, talus of North Carolina. In a recont lot- the nwMiatnlns nail, no one should fall tit-

vacation In town and at Eau Indian River. The Colonel ordered the beg to acknowledge receipt of an Eau Gallic; R. D. Hoko, :Jensen; ; A. J. tel, Mr. Walton Informs us that tile take advantage of this opportunity.
pink to follow him. Lewis, Fort Fierce; W II. Sharpe, weather at Chattanooga( hall turned quite
eturned to school at Bartow ont paper Invitation to attend a hop to be given by ..
The zww golf links at tho Mt. Pleasant t
Sharpes.The 0
warm agnlni about HO( In the shade
of
the people Melbouine thin (Frl-
-The ADVOCATE is In receipt of one young House White Mountains N. II are
lay) night; but regret that pressure of new tuba (bass)) horn for M I'. but that It Is not HO enervating a* la in anti the them,
of the beautiful use, players
souvenir
R. A. Ilardoe of Sebastian, handkerchiefs business precludes our accepting it. 1. E. MIms, Jr., arrived this week. Mr. Florida. The above party went up.Look pronounce '
presented to Its subscribers by the Miami out Mountain this week, and found It very good. There are. large numberof I 'ij
iisvllle aul Puckett will take :Mr. Mlm's tenor
a flying visit on Tuesday, -Mr. Forrest Lake, the esteemed quite I nice and cool there. It will probably .. na'uralIIRmrd) *, so there was no need I .
ct a little business with Col. D. Metropolis. The picture of the Royal mayor of Sanford and a partner In the instrument, and become a member of the bo to-day or to-morrow boforo they of constructing) any artificial ones. The f

Jen. Palm tree depicted thereon Is an elegant Ice firm of Gladwln A Lake, of Miami Is band. It Is expected that the band'smembership leave for Atlanta and the mountains of arrival of Dr. :Ktlward Doeoher Hooker I '
will be Increased
piece of work, and the souvenir would spending a short time In the mountainsof shortly by Jeorgla. of Hartford who Is A most enthusiastic '"
popular merchant-Mr. E. L. noticeable North Carolina. lie was at Asheville others of our young men who believe _ _ devotee of tho ancient Scottish game, ,4
be ornament amidst
tIle
a they would like to"toot a horn." I .
left here for Miami last Satur- quite recently.Mr. A Lynch I_fr*. gave great Impetus to the sport. I I

ook after his Interests at that most costly surroundings.has The editorof A. T. Feaster left here Wednesday -Mr. Goo. M. Bobbins returned to Amontf.tlio. most enthusiastic of the 'I'j
the Metropolis our sincere thanks
town on Tuesday from his to Cincinnati players were Mr. of Dunkirk and
trip Perry
r while.
a for Jacksonville to his wife and
for the gift.It see About one o'clock Tuesday morning J
; Chicago and Mountain Lake Park, Mr. Jaudon Browne, of Jacksonville.
who have been
about
t. J. II. Sams and the Misses family, spending n (1. a negro named Chancy alias Kid" llar-
is with pleasure we noto that the week In that city besides staying in Val. )( bringing his little boy Rich
nd A. E. Sams went home to vacant lots in town are being shorn of dosta and other places In Georgia.. They ard. Mr. KobhlnM reports a very enJoyable rill wait shot and hnngnd. at Wolfs cro The Marshal' 0111<<:".

IY, last Saturday returning to their unsightly weeds. Besides adding all expect to return. to Titusvllle to-mor- time while away, and snys It Is sing, War LaGrange, for a criminal
assault the
greatly to the appearance of the place, it probable that his wife and children will on littleyearc4d daughter
i Sunday afternoon In a sailboat. lessens the danger In case of fire by preventing row. not return yet before about a month, an of Section Foreman :Bruce,. ot the J., T. TITUIIVIl.l.lC, FLA., Sept. 15, 'OtJ. /_ J

O. O. Springer, the well-known the spread of the flamesand; we -The schooner Bristol, which hm. been It so pleasant whore they are staying.An .fc K. W. Hy., at Maytx>wn, twenty mile Editor Advocate: I l
from here. Harris admitted 4 .
the crimeto
trust that undergoing an overhauling on Nelson's
aHt ice property owners, recognizing I
manufacturer, and wife, this fact, will endeavor to keep their lots ways, returned to Eau Gallie on Wednesday I open-air mooting of the Titus the father of the child! on Monday Dear Sir t As the time for the town ..

ugustine, made a flying trip to cleared hereafter. It Is certainly to thnlr In tow of a tug. The work was in I. vllle /Silver club was held hero on Mon. night, and was brought Into town about election draws near, matters that Interest .
lm Beach and return the end of Interest to do so. charge of Messrs. J. W. & A. W.Adams, day night from the band stand proml- nine o'clock and placed la jail. Appre- the taxpayers are being discussed.
of Eau Gallfe, who will finish renovating lent among tho speakers being Mr. A. I.l'addlllOn.of lemllng trouble however bherltl J. E. There Is no doubt but the last board of
ek.my -Mrs. BenJ.] Hogg, who has been In the inside of the boat at that place. : Eau Gallie, who addressed Bowman and Deputy Sheriffs Wrightand of[ aldermen have gone a long way on
of our readers have red cedar New York purchasing a stock of goods the UHHumblaKe for about an hour and a Reed started for Volusla county In a the road of economy. I understand they

Roll, they would do well to corres- for her son, Alec Hogg, who will enter -Mr. E. P. Branch, of Melbourne, Republican half, In a way that seemed to accord buggy with tkolr prisoner about half propose going a step further tfti the same

Ith Mr. Gerard II Anderson of Into business At Fort Pierce, arrived candidate for the Legislature, with the idea of the sllverltes present. pant eleven. Stopping at Carllle's house path with the marshal's office, which I
f.kck here last Saturday afternoon. Tuesday, will address the citizens of Titusvllle on Judge M. H. Jones and Col. D. L. Gaul- I at Mints for water, they were surrounded think a capital Idea. It Is proposed to
onville, as he is prepared to accompanied by her husband and sons, Friday evening, the 18th Inst., at the den also spoke for a few minutes on thin. by a crowd of men, who took the dastardly reduce the marshal's salary to *3A a .

im. who have been waiting here about a courthouse, at 7:10:: p. m. His subject occasion and the band discoursed sweet assaulter and put an end to his month, and require him to; keep the '

A. C. Dlttmar" of week for her, she left In the schooner : will be "A business view of the currency musla at various Intervals.Mr. career on earth In the manner stated grass and weed. down on the principal
Fort Pierce Manatee for her home at Waveland.Mrs. Ilue tlon." All are cordially Invited. above. lUyond the Immediate participants streets; rent him the town and ".
1II visitor in and Mr*. E. C. Dearborn and! wagon "
town several days Hogg said she had a pleasant '
very vory few knew of the occurrence mule for $3 a month, requiring him to .
**, on business with the county time while away. -The Rev. P. C. Bayliss, formerly engaged the little girl of J Jacksonville were among until several hours later. An Inquest was do the sanitary work of thQ town, he to '

slonera concerning a liquor petl- -Mrs. E. L. Brady departed last in the Episcopal churches at Titus- passengers on Monday's lIOutbbouneltrain. held by Dr. B. Ik Wilson and others on have whatever proceeds are acquired "
ville and other places, Is now attending en route to Cocoanut Grove to
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that place. Saturday for Atlanta, to stay a few days { the body of the which was out from the sale of the deposits. i .'"
little while.
to missionary work In the neighborhood spend a Mr. Dearborn is a The ,J.
Jaa. Mott with her aunt, Mrs. Booth, who, It will of Ashevllle, N. C., and last Sunday he member of the real estate Arm of down and buried. little girl In :' This seems to me to be a good move, '.. .
one of Florida'siown be remembered, was a visitor to our preached at Hot Springs. We are informed Frederick dearborn, his headquartersbeing question Is suffering from the effects of' as it will furnish the marshal with aome'r.' .
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nurserymen, Is now located town some little time ago. From Atlanta that Mr. Bayliss likes Asbevllle at Jacksonville, and Mr. Fred the deed to which she was subjected, thing to occupy his time, and we would '
ter Haven Mrs Brady to to but U Is not thought she Is seriously know where to find him. I believe this
having removed from expects go very well, and will probably remain therea erick's at Cocoanut Grove. Quite .a num-
0, where h. has been engaged In South Plttsburg, Tenn., on a visit to week or so longer before returning to of friends shook hands with Mr. aDd Injured.. would be a popular sentiment, and hay.
her mother, and will probably not return no doubt there wll be many candidates
sery business for KIsslmmee, Fla. He seems to be making( Mrs. Dearborn while the train stopped
many years Notice to Pike Uldem. for the
to Tltnsvllle before November. position.
quite a number of friends in the above here for a few, minutes, being81'7 gladto
Ceo. W. Scobie went to Alicia, The many friends of Mrs. Brady wish section of North Carolina.To see them. Very truly, .
r, to start the business of the her a pleasant sojourn. Commencing on Monday, August 17, TAX PAYER. "
and until further
notice, I will clean
J-formed fishing firm of Scobie & Trespassers Beware.I the Ladle of Tltuavllle: Bone Wanted. your wheel, prices from SOcts to 91, depending '. ,
ICed .
Cedar "Wanted. .
The Lop
first lot of Ice for the newt Save bones and send them on condition of machine. All
to
your the
here the same day and Mr. Mist work guaranteed. Popular prices on -
Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. South
informed hereby give notice that all persons Florence Norwood begs to announce Jacksonvllle other work. Bike Instructions given. Wanted to buy Red Cedar logs. ,.
us that on Wednesday that she Fla. Will pay cash for them.
trespassing on the private grounds of the is now offering her Joe Smith, Tltasvllle, Fls. GERARD H. AMDKHSON I .
ot their first shipment of fish Indian Hirer hotel, east of the hotel, summer stock of ladles' goods at prices South Jacksonville, Fla.

rOm the above place.Pineapple will be prosecuted.J. that will be certain to plDo -. limes for Sale. For Charter.

A. HAPPEHSE-ITE
IBgr. -
A Rare
: Opportunity.

Farm Store for Rent. You Want a Oraphophone? A high grade, new Winchester rifle, The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be For sale at a sacrifice, the leale-raa- '

45-70 calibre, with ease; re-loading tool chartered by the day, week or month; ning until Spring of 1307-of a fully

'ueland, 71*. wIll be sold and cartridges. One Spencer rifle. One anywhere between Ormond and \Miami. furnished 30-roomed pl.aaantly.locat.iZ
at a The store In the ADVOCATE block, Graphophone ("talking machine") Sharp's rifle. One revolver and .
Good
e. Write Just vacated E. L. I. for rent. outfit In ports- accommodations for ladles. For hotel on Indian Hirer. Immediate
Brady order
by perfect for sale at bal mans' outfit for sale poa
generally, at
O. E. Coos great further particulars, write to ....loa. Addreu LK ": ,
:
agent Apply to Bobbin. & Graham, price. Apply or address ADVOCATK aacrl8.,., If purchased at once. .
Jensen, Fla. Tltasvllle, Fla. office, Tltusvlue, Fla. at ADVOCATK office. Apply CAPT. .GKO. Cook, ADVOCATK office, I ITltlllYm.
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li4li.r I! AN AMERICAN GIRL. ThedI&rencebetween Tills and Sim- :Make the Jtlo fJt of Yourself. f' Florida East Coast

:: monsjLlv Regulator, le just this: Pills I Railway

.arJ' W. WI1Doo& .* Phllo..pbUeMlspe don't go .down very easy with most to make, \
Is the of
? It duty man
every
I l a& Unlvendtj. people and you feel them afterwards his, .
; >> >the most of himeolf. Whatever FORMERLY THE
; I Can'tEat Another American woman has Invaded While Simmons: Liver Regulator in I capacities may be, lie is sure to find
r liquid or ,powder is very pleasant totar.e. JacKSonvIHe, St. Augustine and Indian River
useful to
II' the exclusive ui conservative universities and'the *a.mo place where IM can be Railway
:' of Germ.uiy and carried away is only the feeling that you haveafterwards himself and to others. But he cannot Time Table. In Effect June. lath,.18ml.1
:1t' great fellef that it
( : usefulness without
I' the highest honors. Recently cablegram gives from! Constipation Blliousnciw reach his highest
I ,
t I.; ; was received by the parents at /hick! Heiuloeho and Dyspepsia. It Is a good health and he cannot have good South Bound. North Bound,

I'' ': does not relish. Theyneedthatonlngnpof Miss Mary F. Winston, residing ut610 ,mild laxative and a tonio. health without pure blood. The blood N... \ .
?he stomach and digestive) organs, which Monroe avenue that.their daughter had circulates to every organ and tissue, and 8TATIOYS. 31. hu3T 2119Nu'm S"'TION8 N o TA. So,82n.. '': .

-a; ;: a course of Hood's Sarsaparilla will give posited the examination for the. degreeof when it la pure, rich and healthy, it carries LvJIWkHonvl1le... II Iii a -7011 I' -.... .... -., Lvlllani .. .. /IlK/ a m- : "
"i them. It also and enriches the Museum Mgr.-" What's your line" health to the entire system ; but if ArHt.Aultllltlne, 1030 a S26 p .... .... . 1I10alll S.tit,"
/ purifies doctor of philosophy the Gottingen i, Applicant Boneless It Is impure It scatters Unease wherever Lv HtAuguxtlne IIIm: a. . .... .... . LvLemoncity'.ale. II liT a... i I 5;131Lv
i ; blood, cares that distress after eating and university magna sum lando. Miss i wonder. "SoPYou'.re It Hows. I1ood'l Sal'i'&parllla I Is the one 1:. Yalatka.. 112$ a .. .. .. .... .. I.v Linton. .. .... 562a II. ,' .:7LIa, ,
41 1 internal misery only a dyspeptic can Winston subject for the degree/ was in the third one of 'era In a week. true blood) purifier. Jt cures bait rheum, ..A.rPalatka..l1/11'a/ -.... ... -.. ,. -. "Lv'VJ Lv W 'alll1..ter.lI"a11 7 a 30 a III 1IIIIIai JIIII

know, creates an appetite, overcomes that mathematics, which fact makes the distinction Just step over in front of the cnthotlecjrueiti scrofula, catarrh dyspepsia) : and rheumatism LvPldatka.. .. .. .. 'UfM1a .:.:..:.:..:.: -lvJensen.: . :: :: N69ant::: l I'j fUIIir '
f'"n Mateo... eo . ... ... ,
diabases Lv.hm .. .... ,121,1
tired feeling and builds op and.sustains conferred the more remurkable. there while I prove It. No need because these have their Lv San MaWo le tit a 904 a '"m to,
.:..:..:..:.:.: Lv Fort 'Ierce. 114<' a OIl i 1'1'
; the whole physical system. It so prompt She i is the third American woman who to icokpleasant"One origin in the blood.If Lv rlll"D I ... ::12f161'( .. .. .. .. . .LvRel.tllln., ..10811" in" '''' 1'''
j 4 \ ]ly and eMclentlYl'elJevee dyspeptic symptoms has been admitted to anyGerman university .. IN IJnyt"na... .... I 07 I' .. ... ..... Lv UUMolo.lld 1144 a mI.e i
i I 'Irt: Oranlte. IlK I I'> . ..... .... .. .... Iv dielbourne( .\... II a a III I
i and cures nervous headaches, that it and the second to receive the advantage of taking; Aycr's the readers along Lv New Sm'rna.. I 60 I' . .. .. ? Lv Eau .allio. .... 1138 a III ,
to have almo.t "a maglo touch. doctor's degree. any of AUVOCATK: Tltllllvlll.to.... .. 2113 J' .. ...... .... .......LvReklmige htlsLvCocoa I
I seems Sarsnpnrllla to purify the blood Is that: the East Coast have a piece of Interesting ...... .... 831p .. . .... . .... Llv (' ... .... 121pinLvttiekledgo .. .
Miss Winston has many friends( at the yon need coot Infringe. upon your hoursof news, do not think: it too much troubleto htls .. . .. . .... .:'u..nii e.. .....1.11\1I1': \ ,III, I
University of Chicago, where aho wan a labor nor deny yourself any foot(! that send It to our office, an we will always I.v":,," nail..... .... 403 JI .. .. ... . I.v ew I4l11yrn..... :.I (MI I' III.?. :
Lv Melhollrne. .. 4 13 I' .. ... .... .. .. Lv J ort OranKe. 2 Z.! > iiiLv
Hood'sSarsaparilla fellow in mathematics during. the scholastic agrees with you. In a word' you are be glad) to make room for it;la our columns 1.v )t..elo.nll 4112 I' ,.. .. .. .. Lv ])lIytCIIII... ... 28a.1. III, :
; :: : : not compelled to starve or loaf, while if posa ble. If fiiemlsfrom.adistance are Rrhn tlan ... ... 4117 JI .. ... .. 10" a .......Lv 0'.11'.11.1.' .... 2411 I' m. I
etlA taking it. These are lecommeadatlons on Iiutcun River, or if you or your neigh- l.vV..rtPleree.. 0111I1' ..... ... IIIKa .... Eut, Yaliitkn.:. ., 4 23: p iii I
worth LvEden .. .. .. 1132 p 1 .. .. ,1181 a.. .... ArRlI1I Mnteo... 666 -- _
consilering.Among bois are about to make, or have recently I.v.le.een. .. .. a37: I' I.. ... .NOT a ..... Lv lilill Mateo .. .. 300 1'111---: : '
made Improvements. of any kind let us Lv W. .ll1plt..r... 7311, I' . .. .. .... --- I' III ,
hear about it. If a former resident of LvW'2'ah" teach xra I' ... .. 0,4I: a.. ..." r .tka ':: 4110 I: I -. ,- -
:: ::
a the major of LvLtnton. .. 842 1InN Lvl'alatk. 41MII p :
generals the British .
Indian River writes you a little interesting Lv Ft Landerdule.( ; i : 036 r. :::: :::: 115 : :: :::: ArSt.Angusth'e.' 1I101"in:1_, _
J.H 4''; r In the bent-In fart dIe One True Blood Purifier. army is one J. B. Richardson, who is own (not of private nature) It Lvl..mClty.' .1020( I' . .. 81K! n .,. .. I.vRt. AIIJCII"tllle. 11111 1'111 7lnw'
.t I remarkable the only officer of his rank may 1 inteieat many of the ADVOCATE load ArMla.ul..1/J8I1I'/ .. .. 8211'l' .. .Ar'aekMnnvllle.' .. C35pii N16a,

: I ,S Pills i are pUll the, aid best digestion.afterdinnerfflOOd 200.Democratic r who has no medals. Yet he is />8 years era alongtbe East Coast if published. If Train 81. 82, 37, al1\1 78 between JnckflUl'lIle A. -v"; W. IS11ANH '
make pub- .
you have a cuggestlon to see a --
.. r. old, has seen forty-one years of active lic evil, or an opportunity to benefit the and 8t. Augustineda&ly. NORTH" HOUNU --
-' ---- ---- -- Tralu 209 between 1I11IImi and Fort I'ler..e, T
service and is a soldier of high reputation people of your town, we will give you dally except 1IfonllllY. STATIONS_ : X'-tio' ; : 4 X" ;-
1Iu I p Nominee / to make it known. We are working Ar.. _,
-
space 123111' -
All other trains south of St. AI1ItIl.tlne'.deity .. myrna bsap ,
in theinterest of the Eli Coast and Lake
y4 ( except $un4 y. II 1.1301': 4iiq' '
+ 1 For" Preniilentlal Electors : we want your assistance, either la news, It 0.Orange Juno('It)' 1211nl II ::11<1' '
Mr. Alexander Sandeison Choudiant, Hubsciiptionsor job woik. City 13tip 331gr.SOUrlt : ,
t y ;1d. ( 'r It. A. UURFOUD, of Marion: county. La., say : "Having used Ayer's Pills at RUIt1U.STATHINB. -- ----

AV. S. JENNINGS, of Ileinamlo county. 2tk least twenty-five ycal's..1 would say that &! 3 Nu.l --x-;; I
(SYD. L. CARTER, of Alachua county. t for all diseases of the bowels, stomach, Silver Uabblt'H Foot. -
-
Lv New ElIII ran 20l, UB iii, -
; y .1. P. WKL1JOIIN, of Orange county. and liver, which can be remedied by ---- lAke Helen js lIIp, 10/110"/
+ pills, these are always effective.! Lv Or"'IrO" c"lty II 112'
i For ConprcHH, 2 ))1 ; ; ROBERT W. VA VIS.W keep the system In perfect: order." The greatest! campaign bn4Jte worn in AI' n. City Jl1no. 3 nap 113OitTI :
Neat handsome and becom
any year. see Time Tablet shows the times at which trains
r For Governor : year of 1803-3. Miss Winston ing. Silver Rabbit's Foot with excel- the sot er1 stations. but their arrival fir departure Rt the may thnoa"be .Xl..tl'd..to.te.lls. tu arrive and. (h'I'art tai
(i,1,I}' + ? d WILLIAM D. ULOXIIAM.For ) comes from a family scholars and has I By lining Hall's Hair Kenewcr, gray, lent picture of Bryan and motto "10 to tile Company h..ld Itself responsible for any delllY nr any coiisegnenrcn arlMhl1t not Itl1l1r1lIlIl..1 the..t'or'. :i.' our tlw,

faded, or discolored hair assumes the 1." Expressive of free silver as no other J.
1ft. 'f Justice Supreme Court : two brothers and two listers in the university n. IAHNER
; ,( (i ,I' MILTON II. :MADItr. at the present time. natural color of youth, and glows luxuriant I emblem. The Rabbit's Foot brought Mr. Asst, Gen'1l'aswugrrA mnl.
..
and strong, pleasing everybody. Bryan good luck, and it will mean good "
of the honors
The
; recipient: high at
r I .1f For Secretary of State : luck to all who wear It. Send a silverfuaitoi
1'I JOHN. CHAWl<'OHlJ. tho hands of the Gottingen faculty' has witipped in a letter (Do not send

I I For. Attorney General had a remarkable success in her collegiate -Ail vet'Using, to be successful, must stamps,) and we will send you two silver The Tropical Trunk Line.

4 WILLIAM 11. LAMAH. career. She graduated from the be continuous. The rough edges of badges.l Dealers please write for prices

University of Wisconsin In 1891 with skepticism are not ground down in n PUOII REYNOLDS
'f. '
i For Comptroller : high honors in mathematics and was day. No. business can lie prosperous Mfg's. Agents, .Jacksonville Tampa & West
Key
't:2; ; '1 W. II. KEYNOLDS. offered a fellowship at Bryn Mawr college Railway]

!f, 1 F'a For" Troanuior : ) the same year. After studying a without continuous advertising. Dexter, Iowa. JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.'Dally

r ova; '. v CLARENCE 11. COLLINS : year at the University Chicago she --- .

;:',;I'l'' ', '., For Supt, of Public Instruction : was Mrs.awarded Fabian Fruuklyn!the private of Baltimore fellowship and of No. I I -o. O-N 0.-21. .".,0.23 TlmeTxblelnEffectJuly21iN: \u. .- NOUTIN' {=:
No. :8n.
: : j w. N. a: HE ATS. immediately entered' the University ofGotting BRICK *! BRICK BRICK ;::::::-I: :: iC 'r 'UOtrp-- +-01>oaLv..... .,.JACISOYVILLE..Ar ie0am -u:iiJi.K'j G....r PI

''t ., I':: For Commissioner of Agriculture( ) j: From ...... Mixed. 937p 92Ta ?OrIon"0 Park .. .. .. 110 ,n 111 II on I' .llbed
the
start she
u. very t. Mu W'y 9471' 034a. ..I'enrl.. ... '
"U 08Kall1
l'
f i I I' j .IIiI', I LUCIUS H. WOMB WELL. made rapid strides toward recognition .... ....ILII..rl. . ..?. .:Mnl/'nolla.... .. .. . .. .... .. ..64111'11I'1'.01"... '
. .. .
j\U\ 101111' 9117a. ....Ore..n Cova HI'rlnlt. ..,. .aWain W&t1
I -- and last year Miss Winston held the ....,.... ; ... . .. ... .. .. .. ,,In.twlck. .. ...... . 631pm/ .
foreign fellowship of the Association of .... .... 10 Ilia l Jl2111'p 111411" .. . .. ...,.Palatka.,. ... .... ... 5enam 44111'111
I BALDHEADED ADVERTISING. .. .. II 24A, JlIIp: II 16a .. ..Suteuiia. ... . 420all1 32.\ra,
Collegiate Alumnus.Chicago Herald. East. Coast Brick Co. .. .. 114th, 1207 I' II 81a. . .. .Poni'nna' .. . . . 101no 35spn'4121'11I' 2'4 lisp
I . .. .. 12 tap 1222a 114Na ..... CreHcent City Junction .... a53ain/: I'D'
i. How th. Suave .Young Man of Idea Pro- MlM Ball Hamilton. ... 1211I11' 124oa12atn. .. .... .. .......8evllle.... .... .... ... 3.M1atn 8l'l1JlII 8411111I: Itpm 1/111.:/! '
ou.... a Fill Ad. ........ aanp: 113a 124.11' .. ..,. ..IJ..L..on S..rlnjts.. ...... ... 2117am 24t'111II' l123u
1 "1\lr. laid tho Miss Bella Jeannette Hamilton fills Jacksonville Florida.Are .... .... 3201 121la 12521 .. ... .. tlenwiml( ... .... .... 241am! 2311'11I' inyam
Pipp, suave young .... 1..lIa .... ..., ..
400Jl 11op. .lIer .ror.I.... .. ... 2:1011111:
tho of head order clerk in the 21311111101' n
a.. ; 1 man DM he took off bin hat and sat down position .... 4201' .... 1271Ar. I .. .. ... ..Del hn.1 ...... .. .. {( I.v . .... IMpo/ .

tI 1 1'air ( by the desk of the groat liver pill potentate Crooker.Wheeler Eleotrlo company at MANUFACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK, Arm HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor ::: ::::: ..3201'. .. .I.> :::::::: IIup.I (/Wi./ ... Lv... .. .. ..nt..rlrIHe.: .. .... ..Ar.. : .. : : : '2 1I'liiRII'" :
N. J. She entered the serviceof '
i; "I represent the Buldheaded Advertising Ampere ..... ..... .. 401l1'Ar...... ..TI'r'USILLE..Lv
I 1 0 4 unlimited. the company as stenographer; in ,June reaching points on the East Coast.%.Will give very lowest prices. . ... ........ ..... .... ... . .Paola.. ......... .... . . .... t71nOIll
company J. S. SMITH Jr. Gen'l ........ .. .." ..... .. .: l'Iorrfmt.' .. . .
hl "That's 1800 since which time she has risen to Manager, ... ., . .......: ::: "
f a new advertising company 8/1111'/ .. ... .:.Mt. Dora.... .:.. ,: .: ::: 641aiii
I to rue," replied Mr. Pipp. "I thoughtI the highest clerical and confidential position Jacksonville\ Fla. . ... ... .... ..... .. lOp Ar.... ... ....TaVaI' M.... .:.. ..I.v lasuaiii
in the Stationed in the ........ 1120 I' :I 311 a '11IIIp sr.... .... . .Elanfor.I.... ... .. .. Lv 16Bnm 130aui steam
I, knew them all but It appears that I company. .... .. . .... ....Altllll1"nte .. .
was mist teu. New York office she has solo charge of ..... .. .. ... ...... ... ...Winter 81'rlnjs.l;ark. ..... .?....
1\\ the of order on the works. SAW AND FLAMING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD ........ ., 5soa/ 8301' ::.. .Orlando.. . . : iiMaiii
) "This is tho very latest in the advertising entry every I'nlntkn. FI.... . .... ..... .. .. .:.KIMMllnmee . .. .. .. .. 1l11111111
E:
Bay St.: Foot of Catherine.
: line, air as well as the moat The interpretation of orders and the figuring ..... . ... .. .. A;.... :. ... .JI"rtow .. ...
of electrical question, for ........ .... Ota a 6lap Lakeland.. .. .. 113IIalll
( r striking. Its field of operation, while many WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY ..... .... .... tl230 63111' . ..n..rt..w.. .. . 14:1111'11I 1fJ40lm: 14M1au+ .
limitod. is strictly select and In bound which she has fitted herself by private .. 1130pAr..l'nnta, ""1"1..... ..". ...I.v.. ..... t5niain
study, are done in a way that surprises .... .106oa 7spAr. .. ... .. .. .'l'allll'a.; ... .. ,Lv 530im SOUau, .. .
i to pay. Of course the expense is large . .. ..
i .... ... ; flny lintel . ... .
4 t and for that reiiHOn' I am visiting only many engineers and is a !great credit to Manufacturers of .. . ... .... 820IAr. .....Talllf.a .. ... ...I.v.411I1plI1.120alll....
the which her. She acts also as confidential clerk ..... MOO end TInra, 0 Sup Lv. ...... .I''rtTaml'''....... .Ar 2 3o p ni T6nra. soil, Snn.
concerns noted for their
h are ... ... ... ..
rexdtFriday .
3fR.I'Ar. ,.KeyWeat .. .Lv :
I 4, enterprise and for their ;Judicious expenditures to the directors. # Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. # .... Wed and Sat. 8 OOa Ae . . .. .Havana .". .. Lv ]01)pntWed.mnISal.230 I' 111 Wed all.1. Sat'
i1'' In advertising. .
An Active Woman. 'Daily, t Daily except Bunduy.TrMnH .
Mr. Pipp bowed und asked the agentto
.
go into the details regarding the Mrs Marian Adele Longfellow A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling Biding, mouldings, shingles, 23and|! Through Pullinanlliiiflet||| Sleeping Cars between New" York ninl rw' !

I company. O'Donoghue, a niece of Henry W. Longfellow lath and pickets always on hand,) thus assuring$ prompt shipments. Cypress Tllmadally.
:lraln 23; leaving; Jacksonville daily at 9:no a m., arrives at Hawthorne at II I U, Oaiueevllk
t "Oar plan of operation is this, Mr. is well known in Washington asa mouldings of all patterns a specialty. 12:45, Ocala 1 :35, LeenburK 8:3S, Hrooksvllle:05 p. in. Train leaving Jacksonville: at 8:00: p. n.

r .. Pipp. We buy the front row of seat in society woman a writer and a director When at home write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. arrives St. at O"klan.18:12: a.. a)., Lacoochee 1045: a. m., Tarpon Springs:JO p. m., Cluarwntcr 137 I''.
m., Petersburg S:40 p m., dally except Sunday.
'I :u the theaters-that is, of course, In the of the Washington Choral society Train 21 and 32, through Pullman sleeping cars between Jacksonville and Tampa'
y l beet theaters. In these sonts we placemen .and is active In club life. She Is a great. W. 11. COFFIN O. 1). ACKEKLY

whoso heads areperfeotlybald. On granddaughter of General Peleg' Wader General Superintendent General Passenger A .nt.

each bald head worth of Revolutionary fame a direct
we paint large letter --
largo enough to be read all over the descendant of John Alden and Prlsoilla HARRY MASON & GO. -

i H t IIOUHO. The bald heads Mull ins and also of Governor Broad-
arc HO arranged &
s I that the letters pointed thereon spell street, one of the early colonial governors The florida Central peninsular RailroadShort

words. The worda .'.fipp's Pills,1 as you of Massachusetts. Her poems,
1 k; f eat, would occupy 11 J mats, allowing a written over the names of Marian H. MASON A co. Jobbers In Fine Imported

: vaoant one between the two words By Longfellow and Marian Lester, have attracted ...._ a.___. _- Line between Florida and all Northern Points.

I' using four more seats we could have the attention.Qa j;;;;;1i. Liquors and Cigars High Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

t advice Use Pipp's Pills, iu letters of Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia Washington Bal-
living red or yellow staring a theater
_r Fls>o* :for a Palm.
i full of people right in the face for three timore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
"You are doing nicely, said the Grade Whiskies Etc.
", hours. I venture to say that in no other Jootor encouragingly to an old darky '1tJ1"" Everett }Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati,
(t. way oaa you present your pills in such "I will call '!;>.;t. and Chicago.
patient : again tomorrow .. ..
........ ..
"""'--'
striking I '
a manner. May quote you and will leave this prescription Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, :Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City, it
r prices you Whiskies-Imported and Domestic: Southern Holle. Rock and( Rye .. ....from f IM per (ItAI l Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
," now to save you from pain iu the in UrlulIlIUoll1e.tI..1., peach, blackberry, and peach and honey ', ..from ft.AO per gal
"Yea replied Mr. Pipp and then terim. Then he went out."Da'a Olns-Hollaml, Old Tom, eto....... .... ... from $1JSO per gal River Junction Pensacola Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, Mexico, Califnral4and
.: the bargaining began. -New York Hum .. ... .. . ..... .. .. ..... ..... .. ..... .from180 per fral the Pacific Coast. Effective April 1O, 1800.N. .
'\\Ij H! er 'scription dat de dootahlef wines-Port, Bh..rrYJ Catawba, Muscatel, Claret, eto., trotu. ..... .. ...1.00< per gal
!! World. said the patient feebly to his h..eta-Fln, II. ? .... ..... . .. ........ .from C2.26percase: | New. York Express. No. 38. leave JMk'ne'
11 liottled Heor. .. .............. .. ...... ... ....... .. .frrmtleoperdor. .rases B R. "lIIe 7:30 a. wIth Throe (h 1'ullnuay ;::
H. wife "an I wan's ter de es,,, Savanna '
.Jad..D& to drug 14'aehlnu's
pot yer go SleC""era for Coh1l1.bla,
Ii mr-:: All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. ., dl
A Washington attorney la rather not. sto' an git it filled. Tell de drug sto' Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without extra a .! .. n 4ltini re points, I'hllo"'ell'hla Connectll, New for York.Fernnndinsx .and:::

ed for the facility with which lie for. man dat it's fer my interim an be sho cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will .i 'war' Arrives Jacksonville II:tMI) p.m.

J t r' Sots financial obligations. lie has owed ax 'im ef' I'me ter take f it eternally or I not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. a. .r"coo r t 4'i 7. New. York Fa.t 'Mall No. :111.: lea I ':

i P a certain grocer |8 for a year or two.The ;jesa rub it on de outside, an ef BO, Send for Price List, or call upon MASON A' :: CO., "1 Jacksonville: m. dally for ""am leea.i..k'
J other day. the merchant concluded whar. "Texaa Sifter. 301, 307, 300, 311, W. Hay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE FLA. s eJ .I ern points and for lernanulna. Arr
j r sonvllle\ ]10:2 a. m.
I :
-
r
1 to try a new course with him. Meeting C

him iu his store he said t .... Amur of th. AppctlU. s
4 v H"1
"Judge, I have a customer who owes Labor Saving I Economical I Incombustible .i w 4 Country Only Line of Middle Through Florid the. Beautiful..en..... ","."

I ,' me a email bill and ho owed it for a ', osb Kacambl. Bay. Leave Jacksonville 9.;55 .a lito s
for Lake. City Live Oak Madison *. :
long time. He make plenty of, money, use. a Tallahassee. River Junction, Pensarola, )bd5CKSONVILLE !, .
y1 1 but won't pay. What would you do'" "PAINT OFF. 'Y s New Orleans, and the southwest.. Mexlro.;; f"' '
0 fornla and the Pacllto Coast. Cerrie.8liwlie'
"I'd sue him" said the +ss .w
lawyer emphatically.
I Arrives Jacksonville 7KXJ: a. m.
O Oxr
"Well, I will put the account in your (Patented America and Europe.) oat nr.Or n M r -.

bands," and the merchant presented A ) d 'h Leaves Jacksonville: 9:W a. m. for St rk", !IiavY :

self."All statement of the account against him. Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces 1 t r 0 ,0 v Si Key thorn Orlando Wlldwood, Silver Lawxichee Spring Leesbnric Ocala Da.la, GamesvllliI"Tavare"City Plant: *,,PlTln1"

right. I will attend to it, said ta?_ '1 TanepaArriveJackanvllie3.46p.m.


: y the A disciple few days of Blockatono.later the merchant received ra'r \ t Chemically, Instead of Burning Off, d ,M a k'

the following note from the law- 1' Cincinnati and :Florida. Limited I*..v. JJ;?-
)MaM t1ae i A nvllle 6 JW 1'. m. Solid Vestibule Train) i" .
II} yet. ":' "PAI TO.r" l I. a reirliitftrml, trade name of a new dlncovery In chemistry and Is protected JORID CEIITRU is a little over :& hour to Cincinnati r l a j jHSie)
; 10 the case of against I tiy letter patent. of the United. State. Canada, Urea Britain and other countries. It I. the result ull Atlanta.Chattanooga. Connects or. "* ? NrRlasutu .e
I 3: toot<< ;judgment for full amount of your of patient. research and experiment with the purpose In view of Mmllng cheap almple and active 'I' al-i LonlsTille. ehicaksoo.1 all points. .nnrtnwest.
"lYen' of old paint and varnish that would anpplant the old method of burning sail l scraping oil .... vaad .\ dieM:Aia.I m
claim. .
; execution was issued and returned the Mme.Gilmore.l. COMectlOIlI.

i 'No property found. My fee for : Son, Painters and, Decorator, Jacksonville, Flo., write: "We have mm ee a'

: obtaining ;judgment' Is '10. for which given Palntoff a trial, and can say that In 43 years experience as a painter It Is the 'JIAn'. art. ,1y0a7D Holly Springs Ronto. St. Lets, K aa.a WI v...
\ > amount please send check. Will be glad !best paint remover In the market." --... .. -.., s :" Chlnago. Leave Jacksonville lJrIIIYP'Iri.p.:\: .

t to serve you in any other matters in { C. E. IIoyl, House Painter, etc., Jacksonville, Fla., writes: "Having had experience Memphis. Ppringaeld. Kansas Cut r Bt. Louis', Chlcaim.Macon Sioux Atlanta, llinnlugliam; Sire's'A, l -lrri".. ,
which need ." as practical for 25: : take in change< to Kansas City and 8' Louta; Chicago
\ you may an attorney.7. painter years, great pleasure Indorsing Jaek..n.Uht ,*" I only' one change to and Sioux C 11.
7.; Washington Star. PalntofT, and cheerfully recommend to the public In general. m..I..1 5:305.:: m.< Mme'
qnlike.
W. Lansdell, of'Hall, Hlldltch .t Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville, 910 ft-ftoP". M..Inca1: ."rTySrVtCI'1h_ and Intermediate"nnectlonforBninswlrk.points. Arrive' Shortest Ja<'ksonvllle2 and. :4JP. J .30.. ?".
', :Favorable. Fla., writes: "Having given Palntoff a thorough trial, pronounce It to be a :For Malm. Atlanta Tampa& and' intermediate' polntt. I'ulilnan uleMwrs.' Arrive Jacksonville
"Dnicycle" repeated the mermaid perfect success, and to be all you claim for It." 8-"el'. M_" Z'min'l n.lly.' liraltlentown' "*Jacksonville anti Manatee Ra""r-kla. ro.P"-'and :*>p. al.

I 't t again and again and thoughtfully. "I Send for Circulars and Testimonials to Pullman Sieepen. OR all Night Train.

: don't kpow just what that can be like, IT Semi for Best. Indexed Township Map of Florida" t.>

( une.bat it sounds favorable, "Detroit Tribe .* Lou AT FIRST SIGHT. South-Eastern States Palntoff Company, N. S. rEXNINGTON, A. O. MACDOXELL,


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>rofess3ional Cards. FASHIONABLE ACCESSORIES. THE SIGN OF DEATH. I The Largest and I Most Complete


ROBBIfS.V A.LTBB B. GRAHAM.3BBINS c- OH a* a Hair Tonle-Whit* Dwtmmmm Establishment South
BOS M.
Still Popular. II May KMullly lie Detected by Means of
& GllAHAM It. THEPLANT
th X ,
Women who cannot afford to buy (garters -
GEO S HACKER & SON
clasped with Jewoln and precious! Dr. Carl Ik Barnes of Cbicnxo: ha ,

ATTORNEYS-AT-atAW) metal may be oonsnltxt. by the reflection made a discovery which entitles him to

liCKHouns:-From 10 to 12 a. m., that all carter clasps are hard and uncomfortable auk fonnuoht among the X rays experimenters -

and 2 to 4 p. m. and that for women who wear SUMMER: TOURIST ItATKSr for through this medium he

JSVILLK, Brevard Co., Florida. round garters'' nothing In anefiHynK the circle has ostsblishoil thn only known positive
of flat, elastic without niotiilllo
ornament -
of
death. SYSTEM.
sox,108. sign
of kind. Tho of these
Jill practice In all the courts-state and fed nny appearance! Dr. Barnes baaed his experiments on
garters! may be rendercdattrnctive by run East Coast Ocean Honoris.Commvnclnir .
"erlal, facilities' tor examining and perfect ning the elastic through a easing of shirred the well known fact that a dead handheld
Ilitud, title. May 1, IKHtl, anti rnntlniilni null before .a lamp docs lot transmit
ribbon which gives when the rubber
Nopt.311.taxi' ruunil-trli ticket" will l h. Hold
stretches. A Chou or a bow of taffeta to Bt. Anicuatino: *rm CART-ELWES, satin ribbon or Ince planet at the joining Sni)run at rates xliiiwu lttIIIw l | tlukota to IH readily pans through the hand of the JACKHONVIIJC.K, July IS, M 1111..lhlllll'R. t.
Imlunl to OvtoliiT 31 IH'MI.! TtrktMft for childrenletwuen '
adds to the buuuty of tho garter and conceals live ami twelve years of age: will lie iviug. The latter is luminously red<< 1). II. Hopkins,
NOTARY PUBLIC the _1U. sold at one-half. them rates, situ eouixm to the former dark and almost opaque Fla. Pass. Agt. L. Jk X. a
Thetl\llhlonBbleoollTuro for young women ..H) utarkod, or punched "ban It. L. To.ltl. Div PUSH. Apt. }
Conductors will .mm nn-aieiit utatlons. This: radiation is scientifically explainedoil
STATE AT LARQE. and girls Is waved at the sides whereIt From Htntlons. whttru rates are not glmwn droops a little mall onmbs hold these will use rates from station next preceding Jacksonville }'ll\.
Typewriting, taxes paid for non- waves in place. The trail at the book Is : disks which have highly refractory Manufacturers of
lideiitB, rents and accounts collected, placed rather high. Cantor nil pure and powers in life rendering it Gentlemen:-It lit with plousuio Wbeg

K, etc. Correspondence solicited. simple, Is Bald to be an excellent tonic for g i g possible for light to penetrate the strno- to advise you that we, the transportation Doors Sash Blinds

ritusvllle Florida the hair used once a month. It la applied TO a ii'' oD Iture. ,
e Q aD Acting upon this theory ho made .a comniittoo of Jacksonville\

riLLEU' & KEXNARD, 'i n i':1 g "l': ; ;;:; practical demonstration a few weeks Division No. 2, Uniform Rank K. of 1'., Moulding and Building Material.

'RO\I: I S vJacksonville. Ii ago in his laboratory in thin city. A : after a thorough Investigation of tileval'lous
of dead and living baud OHicu anti
skiograph a Opposite
ARCHITECTS. Wnieioomiir King
... . ..' 110 626: IIIII) 1It:
I St. AUKIII.tl"e . ...... 4 41) 3 70 4 4/1/ was taken on the same plate. The two routes to the Biennial Meeting
Hast Coast bust nous will have: prompt xiaxan1ta .... .I 36 a aii still = 65 lands-thut of Dr. Barnes' and one where >f Supreme Lodgo K. of P. lit Clove- Cannon ::IlI'ellt.Charleston ,
: ,
East Palatka.::: ::: 2(0 2 lit 2 45 361Palatka.
bntlon. .......... .. 1170 2 :s.1, :2 66/ 3:041 the arm had been amputated ut the el- .inil have
Ohio decided that
San 510100.,0. .. ...... 1100I flII 2/10/ 32ftIoAI.II1"'I. bow-were laid side by side on a plato on accountof S. C.
TAMPA, FLORIDA ,
.. .. 2:141: ) 11/1/ 140 11111I'avorltll.
.,.. .... 1111II, U6 11II 1'1Tomok. holder, which held the sensitized bit of superior advantages and schedules In
............ .. 32/1/ ..... IMI) 1II laas. After an exposure of 10 minute
INOU S. JONES 111',1, .... ... . .. Ott, .1Daytona. INI [ each direction to name as our Oltlolnl\ Sash Weights Cord and
.. 370 40. ... 76Poert / the; plate wan carefully developed and ,
i iI ii
Or""jtB..... ...... III/ 1/1/ 40 i 44) the result proved to the doctor's profound Route thefollowing: Plant System to
Crook...... .... 15 M lilt
ATTOHNEY.AT.LAW.TUSVILI.E. Now'o ""y... ,..... 225/ I I al 7/1./ .. satisfaction the ninulstakablo difference Montgomery Louisville & Nntdivllle Ifyto : Hardware.

BREVARD CO., FLA Lake SH r:::.. :"::...: ::: 2 1 ::: 1 : l'M1.' between dead and living flesh. Cincinnati, and Pennsylvania y to
.
.... .... The bones of both hands were about
'lty. : 2 xl .1M Window and Fancy GlassA
County Judge of Brevard County.L. orange C.'lty Junction :.) 2 40 :2 Iii/ II alHawkxlMrk. equally well defined but the soft partsof Clovulaml. As to date of dopartiuo wo

., .,
.,. M 116/ INI.
Hneum..r. ..?..... ..... / 130 I 10In/ the deud hand were noticeably darker will advise you later, and wo earnestly SPEOIAI/TY.
i iI OakOrange. 11111.......... I (tNI 1 all 76EaatAurantla / which\ marks the difference between
all other
I >/11ot hope that Divisions thrmigh-;
iI \ 206 1wt I 1
GAULDEN, I : 1\ll1n............,. \ 10 11341 :.t. 1m 1:111'l'ltllltvlll" dead and living tissues. Even under tho
a ........... 21141 2 26: IIMII'rlteh..rd present crude conditions tho expert can ont the State will join us at Jacksonville Agent for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves.
ATTORNEYAT.LAW.I I .............. .4 :2 111I 1144'' 1111Ilo'alllltl"a. l between the two.
...... . ..is 316/ :21st :216/ readily diwtiusuish and piooued inn body Wo desire
(will: practice In all the Court nf the State C..ltyl'olnt......... 06 1I'15 .31 I 0 22ftC..tlOlo& However the skiagraph does not give an
t Florida I and the United States Courts. ...... ....... .... fin 114/1/ 8 4)! a4/1/ result the and other to go Into Cleveland on a Solid Pythlnn
as fluoroscope
good WILLIAM CLARK
|P. O. Box, 236. TITUSVILLE, FLA. Hn"aventnre ... .... 11/1/ 3 TII aIII/ a 711EanUallle. train. Agt
...... ...... 170 "JO 4 0/1/ a 30 instruments recently invented to examine ,
Money to Loan. 18 M..lho"rue......... .... 100 41141 4211 310VAlkarll. / tissues with the naked unless -lours. .
..... ... all 4I,,/ 4 70 II 116S..b..tlan. eye voiy truly PLUMBER STEAM tit HAS }FITTER
..,. ....... / 11110 II 211 4 /50Wmrdloy. the'subject has been dead for several Signed i
FREEMAN HALL .... .. 030 1111II 6 tai 4 INS hours and putrefaction U already present Roofing and Sheet Iron Wollc.
(4ltfnriL .. ., 114/1/ 11116 611) II 0/1/ Goo. II. Anlierift( ,
St. I.u..le........ .... 1/1/ 6 10 10 41) II 70 in the muscular tissue If the ski James Seamless and Drain Pipe llnth
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Fort I'loroo............ 10 30 6 11II 6 1111) II 11/1/ ograph ia taken within a few house aft J. II. Plnous.T. Pumps, Piping ,
North Ankona., ....,.. 10/1/1/ / 71/1/ 10 I 110 10 15Ankona / Tubs Water Closets and' Wash Mauds.\ ,
.. ...... .... .... 1061' 12 11MI( C25Edon. / er death, the dead and living hands H. Bogue ,
Jfc INSURANCE AGENT. ......... ... ..... 10 IMI T IItI 1 2/1/ 6 110Jen..en. will be alike, but as the change in the Committee.
............. .1111/1 100( 7 M 6 611 ....Electric Bells....
WOOLEN GOWN. Stuart ...... ... .... 112/1/ 11041 1 11/1/ 6 110Allola. tissues begins to take place then the X
TI Tltuavllle Florlria.ReproHcntlng with small fine which 1s dippedIn ...... .. .... 11/11I/ 1110 1 11II T 10 rays will show a decided difference in No. 3I/ Kornyth: 8tr..t.JaokMonville,
a sponge (Looter... ........ .... 11110 8441 8 III T 40 Notices
the oil and rubbed upon the scalp, the Hobe li\tt1m.l.. ..... .... 1201 It 110 T 1\0\ penetration.I Florida.
all the best and strong- hair being parted with the Angers. WestJl' titer.... 1236 8IM 8 TO 11 of the first constituents of the ,
'Insurnnco Companies. Is preparedo White costumeS null continue to be fashionable West ( I h:::::. ;20. a 75 a 60 X XI..antana. 75 I In Circuit Court Uievnitl C'onnty.'
write linen to any amount anywhere ... ............ 1t1; 102(1 ell 024) human body fo undergo decomposition -IN CiiANCh-nv :
and white enters largely into Boynton. ......... .... 1335: 040 1016 1440LInUm. after death is the blood. Then followsthe ; Choice .
mi the East Coast. many elegant gowns. A bodice gulmpe ......... ..... 1410 111111I 104(1( D'III floorNi|: I). halo "|
belt collar, applications of embroidery and l'rnl/re.lto.: .... .. ... 11120 H 111I 1140 1,11II intestines, trachea, brain muscles, VI' Winos, Liquors
Fort J..al\.erdale.. ..,. 1/130/ 1175/ 1IItI In 76Blsoayno etc. All of this will tako place in many Jame* T. Hnmlers aunt. V s.3
118CAYNE BAY DADE COUNTY. lace give the necessary touch of white In ,...,.,.., .... 'till R 70 1.1: 411 II 7oiomonCity. within few hours after death. Charles' K. Leavltt I Iut. and Cigars.Uum'anteecll'llI'e. .
the costume 11 la rather late to speak of ..........., 16M 1.1110: l.lllll: 1\ tin oases a al. JIT '
J W. EWAN, white pique gowns, although In Paris they MI..ml.... .. .. .. ... 111( 'III IJ: 10 1.1: 11II 1210 The natural tendency of all this decomposition appearing liy the alllilavlt' of tin attorney .
U. COMMISSIONER. are still worn often accompanied by vents is to liquefy tho tissues, thus for the nomplalnant that the "dulemlitnt'
J. 1). EARNER, Charles 1''). Leavltt, In the .nbtivn 0allee. Innvur21 Sold at reduced
Notary Public State nt Large. of white silk with cravats and jabot of permitting the X rays to penetrate them yearaof age, and renltluii In tliu City of pilot's
real lace, by those who can afford it. The A H't 08..1'811.118.H. Agent.ingia more readily than in .a subject just recently Now York eta
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. Parlslenno has a passion for combinations Now, tliorufori, yon, the Hiild Cliarliw K. ImportedTokay
where such
|CoiroHpondence solicited. Address: whites from the shade throughsnow dead decomposition Ijonvltt, am liuniliy r iiilrml| to aiiinur| t<> tin wine,
of oyster ---------- -- ---
lilll In till the IIrutMondiy
baa not commenced.-St. Louis Qlobo ofcunlplalnt ruse upon
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut. Grove cream, biscuit and deeper tones that In Ot-tolinr, A l> IHMI\, at the olnrk's from Italy.
Office Ewnn'8 Landing. we would call pronounced ecru. and 1el.Jows. Democrat. ollli-H, In TltiiKvllle, Klorltla, and Unit you answer
the hack and front over a oheml ette mild hill In dim ooiirmi. otherwise the sania will
of mom surah. The bolero la Im taken airnltmt yon as iKinftmnoil. John B. Togni ,
The Illustration shows a costume of navyblue green upper w. Eat Too Mush Salt It Is ...lr..I w. ALLEN woolen goods with a small white design of blue velvet the lower of blue Bilk embroidered A writer in one of our medical journals as little diility an may ,Iw, In tlto INI>IAN KIVKHAnviHiA Metropolitan Saloon 125: East Hay St.,
GEORGE Mattered over it. The skirt is plain. with gold. PRAte buttons orna- 'I'K, pnlillHlietl, Tltimville, Florida, for
The bodice ia fitted at the book and laid In ment the upper bolero. The sleeves, bouffant calls attention to the fact that excessive four uoiiHiHiutlve weeks, and that notliie, liuruof JACKSONVILLE:, FLORIDA

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, plaits In front, the middle plait being of at the top, are of striped Bilk and have line of salt is a most common be lane::: 'and mid' orilnrml mailed: an at aim I' lr C'lark's liy law.olllrtt at Wholesale and KetallKUItNITURR ......

white Bat In. White law forms the trimming two paste button and a laoe frill at the dietetic error and yet one which curiously Tltu-vlllo riorltlii, this !Mntl tiny of AiiKtmt, -------

| Key West, Florida. of the corsage and small epaulets of wrist. The belt, collar and choux are 01 is seldom referred to by writers AlMswi. A. A. HTKYVAKT.Clerk .

laoe are placed at the top of tho sleeves. green satin. JUDIC CnoLLBT.: upon dietetics. The conclusion drawn FURNITURE *:{
Will practice In the United States RIIIC'II"'I'IM! Circuit" Court. l
The collarette IK of white gauze, the belt of! from observations made by BouHsinganlt

| and State Courts. OjunOJ: white satin. JUDIC CHOLLBT. A Kind Word For Nero Is that the axe of chloride of sodium or

"There seems to be a very general common salt by human beings rathera ROYALTANSY.PILLSNEWIr1NUVENY. WHOLESALE and RETAIL,

AUTUMN FASHIONS. prejudice against Nero, said the mun matter of habit than of necessity nature ,
ST. CLAIIt-ABRAMS & SON,
ALEX who had a great tendency to.yawn. having probably exhibited: the same NKVKItrAILII.fur .
Braided CtalD"ot-J. and Bolero Effect "It's kind of dying oat" was the re wisdom in regard to the amount of .6'f- Anew,rellahi.l and.ar.rvllwf .up.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Ooreeleta.For prttnam. mMtwIvi.., MiAiity pilia1lmen.tuAtlea
Ornamental Belts and I ; (r
: :
ply. He's a good deal of a buck number chloride of sodium placed in our foodas Now UMttl by over BlMMIt:
JACKSONVILLE AND TAVAUKS FLA. the autumn season materials ornamented Iwlln InTlKuraMlthoM'' 0."..... tin.WMn .
invogua. you know. with reference to the other salts required >.r dllil..roN. lrnllll. ..... 1'"er. '/.", .
will be
soutache greatly
with M bu., .."ell bum 41.
p per aunt
"I I hadn't much
Will continue the HO. paid I
to In courts
practice (. The soutache pattern will cover suppose by the system. ewlul In plain | Jor.u"cCJU.:=: :: ;
of the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All attention to him until lately. There's a W et.mar.1; fur .( br resat 4
only a part of the bodice or the jacket or .t.o.'I.....' par.rrJoII nIII'C14LA. :
business before the United States and the design will be an all over one the young man who live next to me who utJI4TUtN. 4J.I...... Ut. a

State Circuit Courts will receive the worsted braid being mingled with black I plays the fiddle. He practices till 11 at Sold by J. II. Scrovon only.
personal attention of Mr. Alex St. ALEX NBAIi. KHNRHT: 'fAYfOII.
and gold cord on a ground of red navyblue I night and starts in at 6 o'clock in the

Clalr-Abran s. dark green, beige or chestnut cloth. morning. I've been trying to get sleepy NEAR & TAYLOR

The jacket, which has been of late a by reading and I happened to pick np a -The Walton Rapid Calklng1\fl\cblno.
trifle neglected for the cape Is to be muchworn. book about Nero. It's my opinion that (Siioremtnrit to John MoAIllHter.) No. one, M; No. two, 110; No throe, bib

HODGES &: GODFREY pared. There They are are chiefly many characterised new models pre-In perhaps he wasn't" aa bad as he's been Artesian Well Contractors Tltuiivllle, Fla.Samplell C

general by small postilion backs, large' represented.- of "I'nlntoft" may be had
Manufacturers of square rovers and high collars. Braided "But think of his fiddling while EAU GALLIE FLA. at tho ADVOCATE ofllco free of charge.
boleros on velvet cloth or silk with various Rome burned.

applications, are also seen on the jackets "That's exactly: what I had in mind. -

Yellow Pine Lumber prepared for autumn and winter. It; seems to me that a man who waited

Very much ornamented corselets and till his neighbors had gone off to see a

HOUGH belts, plastrons and chemisettes richly decorated fire to get down bin violin and scrape i a Sk.ea Southern .
DRESSED in the oriental style and similar
tune or two must have been good deal : l
Orange Box Henri, elaborations are to be expected: for winter. "_
of a philanthropist at heart. Washington .
Frail A Vegetable Crate. Bodices intended for very stout figures
are now cut in ten pieces instead of eight Star. Railway
Lumbar delivered at any part of Indian Riveron .
through bill of lading. Anyone contemplat
ing bulhtinK on the Kant. .Coast,would do well to A P1son Tragedy."I Io Writ
or C'1'lt.tI"n.
: : every < >
write for price*. The Sawmill. situated on the carrier ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. till
J.,T.&: K. W. Ry., 9 miles south of Falatka. I see they are tilling pigeons for price. freltfht paid on orders over
quite extensively: again. ,10.fI"( |
K. M. FKTTINO.II .
Satsuma II Ights, Putnam co.,Fla. "Yes. Young fellow up in our neigh- Kant' liny At.' JACKSONVILLE I'LLWEAK .
I borhood trained one to fly to his lady. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING i

I JI love's window. One day he tied .a gushy CARS THOROUGHFARE. COACHES,
NATIONAL mushy note around its neck and set it MEN MADE VIGOROUS

HomeSeekersREAL I adrift. Pigeon flew down in a brewery; VESTIBULED TRAINS. z

I yard and got full. Couple of bad boy d

came along and found the note ou the 1l R Q
ESTATE. EXCHANGE. NOaTH AND EAST. N4)RTIAND WENT.N. .
!
disgraceful bird. Consequence is they've HVfl

been blackmailing friend for
my poor .. $5 No. all N0. I3T.
dimes ever siuoe." U. 11. VI., ...... 7 le. t "ORf. It'"DAY. 0T"DAL
Exchanging Property for Property a "What became of the girl?" All Tral. Dally. LI..4. rest All Trsln. ".11,. and 'rl..r"l aMall. What rrFF R'S VIROR DidiIt

Specialty; Send Description o'f what; "Girl waited for pigeon delivery long Others Young.pr Nror.eal '05$ msnhorsl, old
.
you have, and what you want. I II past schedule time. Pigeon deliver; ,, v i Ab..l..el QuaraateeS.o.ure -

MALABAR Indian FLORIDA.C. j didn't come. Girl got mad and engage* Lv"J'ok'vill.. J'.O'.P.--::: 520: am 6 48 pm L.. JooohnnY1I1.. \1'. O. A 1' .A 45 I'm20 amt lmp.tea.rNlghtiya Si.neu.ae.e.lalos.I..esPe 4.d j Sality.e,,

River herself to another fellow." v Bvrtt 1'.0. i P...,...... 10".m. .111 pm xr.Jdon." Everett,SODi.1..n Nnnrh.rn. .,,. t ::m -nl 10 4112 pm!!! .. nail 51 af..(4 o H1..bra.qr..Nry, .eSler ese we l.ease. .-

C. CARROLL, "Bow about the pigeon?" Lv B.vw'ab. I'.0."P"........ I" ...) pm 1125 pm .. A41..G. .. ...... SSW am 81111 pm 4n.tta'ent4.Hn4l.1 drasndx bb Weds 0 MIna worth y ana 1 M snlwtltuw Gormnmptlon.on

Real Estate "Pigeon stick to brewery. Can't Lv0olumbtaouth'n.......... 5ff/pm 500am ChattannoN.l" ... 1258: pm 410 am'I Tiiuhx.aniiiijlitlolil r.e. InatMlon bar
Agent. Cln.lnn..I-f.. M. 0.. :. T 16 .m 1. '" In* PEKreit'a NRIImV1416 R. or .
drive him away with .a barrel stave. arLMelOtf I -J9oatb'aNl PID.A25.01 It ,81H: run bo >rr1 4 In vest pook tlr p dplealawrap.pe' .
Lo a."III I It, ... 'h"'.., .. .... 3 ; pm 01 for +d. wtU A
Intoxicated: of the time. ... s .aam N .0 -- per box. or rMlivo
most Terrible Itr Wssh'g no.tb'n" .
pm 1: r.nt. : TOOam . ...... it rlttca 1mmrmmto MyoOuse Sr MaAia th.
IMuenppIe, Orange and Lemon object lesson for the sparrows.' Too bad. 'rBaltlmo..Pa.B.R......... S00am1126pm Ar.hlrminqham110nth.rnIAd: ) 1I.n'rPltU.'phl.Pa.K.R. ....... EVrr1 a h&DIUAL O nN' ,
".mplI. K. 0. M. M. It. IU 20 .......... .
isn't it1' \ :?: pm'
Cleveland .
Land For Sale, Cheap. Plain Dealer. ... ...,1018. a W .m NroY4yK.0.Fu4.aM.. 1IdU: pm\..........
'rNVorll.P..ft.ft.... ... la"'rm 4Wam . . .. ... ., ... .... /Hold: by J. I). Hcreven, only.
....... iii... N.... ..

I have for sale 80 acre of pineappleland Able Editor (Rocket City Bazoo-) I'bp..h th. "Load 0' the ...,." II Daily

on St. Lucie river a few miles be- Anybody been in while I wan oat? '.JackJltDVUl.J'-.P.... nr i goiMtmo AMrtauAMMyftr
aiLs COIIT17VLtba Fighting Partner-Nobody but In- :: ..._ .'h, ..;;..... II l.pn QUICK'TIME TO ALL V1
low Eden 40 of which being northeast 1., there are three aide piece instead an H Columbia. No.tb.n.......... .. It III) .m
dignant; subscriber from Haw Greek who .. ... II 46 .m
ilpartanbDrll. POINTS NAMED
quarter the front and the back of
of northeast quarter of section of two between said he- had a kick corning. 1r.Asheville. East.: Tim... 2 4U pm
IS the bodice. The thread and needle used on to. A..YlII.. Cen. Tim... 2 50
pm
township 38 south of 41 east .
range ; the sewing machine are very often too Able Editor-What did you do about .. .M. ........ It II) .
the other 40 Is the northeast quarter large, causing a clumsy and open _10. lt, 5J.KDO.YlU"j(.Q. .0.. .... ...... 11& 1n

01 southeast quarter of section 3, All earns of skirts and corsages,, expert; Fighting Partner-Aw, I gave it to Short train l av..n Everett fur Brunswick .. T4Ua: > n. Oatl,. Through hUman sleeper., r
township 38, south of range 41 east. when the goods are cotton or linen ought to him I-Truth. l.ck.o oirille to Clnclnoatl via Aalievtlle. c' t

The above land can be bought for $10 be stitched with sewing silk, a fine ma- For full information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway T ftreRu.MOM ,i
chin needle being employed. Slender flg ... KATCMlNb '
Per aCre. It U suitable for pineapple urea can wear bodices with a whole back- TIM Klcht .. EM*|. System, or its connections.W. m r <*"J OOPVIIIOMT MJ ,

orange lemon or lime growing. that .U, with no seam In the middle behind. Secretary Morton advertised for two J'cw Information and frMBaadbook wriWioZ0MM ...
A. TURK W. H. GREEN J. M. GULP 8. H. HARD WIOr .. e 00.. Ml BaxtaBwav. Mar VoaaJKarnet ..
Will be sold In lots of 40 for This sort of back U uallJ'oomblned with male assistants. Thirty men entered! the Oltl_ ba fa -'DC ."1 ;
cash. This land will soon be worth acres,*50 only one side fashions piece,particularly and the style welt salt examinations together' 8 uninvited Oea.Ws.hlaato.U.0.P_ A(_nl, 0....Waablnftoa.BaperiDtotDdTr.m.We.hlolou.0.0.. ........... Ass. 0... P Atlaat.GAW. A..., It war r.rr M.a..et7=. :=tj-I

tailor made women. The 80 men! failed and the (8
per acre. The lllustratloa shows a Costume the women passed Two women were give D. ALLEN, Jmlfific: ;a_ tta.
Apply to C. II. Walton ADVOCATE skirt of which Is of flax blue silk: with
the plThen'. women's light forn,1the FlorIda Psstsnger A,nnt, ,
office wide, darker stripe. II" untrimmed etreIsMa ef.., ..-USepaus th.
; or to Robblns Jfc Graham Titus- !IU West Bar Sliest, JACK8OMVILLC.! FLA .
to xoeL Goldfti
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'i i 'I.': 11Y -f INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- law, which confines which the period is of As anything the gold-bugs they meant hive: by never anything explained they son and placed others,on to the have general the name election of G.ticket Bron of chapter:Monday the State,4328 Sept.of, section Florida 14th, 19 1800, revised, according statues to I I I J. S. JOHNSON CO.Mmiufnitnrers :

time during hunting permissible have ever said, I would like to know as a candidate for justice or the peacefOI' _
within certain limits. Noris the 8th district was acceptedand of
what they mean by standard. Gold U Justice
: Office Avenue, Titus vllle "ADVOCATE" AN
: Washington the gun the only weapon used ; the most unstable and fluctuating In ordered to be done. 03P- GIVE TIlE ....Fishing
Medium
Suppliesw
1 Indian River, Flotlda. to the following It is a Good Advertising
i, is all the market value of any commodity of exchange Permits were granted ADVT.
: trapping practiced year representing value, of anythingon / persons to carry repeating rifles : H. for those who want to Increase
,\" round, fire-hunting, which Is illegal the market, and hence has no standard W. Cohen and Win. C. Kitchell. their business.

4 I', 1 i A WEEKLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TUB DF.VKI: ," at any time and which can or market value as money, what- Ordered that Lizzie Tucker be placedon
't' t.1'' OPMBNT OK THB INDIA BIVKH LANE hardly come under the head of ever. It Is simply a commodity of dally the pauper list at $8 per month. "''V' 811od..A.; J.\4a1:

'r 4' WORTH AND IIIWIAVKK MAY SUCTIONS. is resorted to. speculation, and until some means can Ordered that the road from the Haul- section at once to sell staple
frequently In
"sport be adopted to atop It, woe be unto the over canal to the north line of the Dam every no peddling; experience Cotton and Linen
dealers
PUBLISHED EVERY FHIDAY.CHA.it. If we are'to have a game law at people; and nothing but silver and mit /grove, as viewed and laid out accordIng goods best; side line. $73.00 a Coiks, Leads, Twines Netting: Rot
.1 ? all let have that is properly to the filed with the Board on unnecessary; Etc. PI,hi
I 9 us one greenbacks made of equally purchasing/{ report month. Salary and expenses or large Tackle of _
every Description
, l r'' enforced-a law that is not enforced value, can counteract it. As long as the the 4th day of August, be declared. a commission made. Address, with 2 cent Lines, Rods, Keels, Sinkers ; proh
I H. WALTON Editordtl'roprleMr.enbaerlptlon. Baits
: ,
; If than law. I finances of a country can be made a public road.Otdered forsealed Clifton Soap eta
is particulars
, ,, worse no commodity of speculation, panics will that, the road between Jensen stamp Company, Cincinnati rurTAltrON TACKLE A 8I'ttl\L11:
i' f, Since the above was written we continually occur, and bankruptcy, ruin' and Waveland, as viewed and laid: out and Manufacturing; Baltimore bid.

J RI, Twelve montlm, Jl./BO nee that a Game Protective Association and distress will follow, until the coun- according; to the report filed with the Ohio.
U Six I.Od has been organized in Grunge try piiHHos Into the hand of a few Individuals. Board on I the 4th day of August, be deelated -
'f: 1 .0\\1 If the peoplo would realizeat a public load, and that it bo -
Three .50/ ) and that
" I, a
4l'j I'' 1 i Mingle, copy, ..11J county, game a glance what: they are' drifting to, opened as far as there are no objections .Chickamauga Stable Company.
1,1, .J Strictly In advancu. warden has been appointed. It they would rebel and stop It at once; by the owners of the property through ,
f. l'' "' i'' would be well for lirevard to fol. but it Is "walk into my pallor, said the which It passes.:
'1,( low the example of her neighbor.MR. spider to the fly." Tho net U slowly Ordered that Mr. Houston be ap- Chattanooga, Tnn. 'Phone 3M3
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., 11'1 1 The above raten I InrlaVIe I the payment' of |>utftfce. but surely being played around us. No pointed a commlteee to make final settlement TRIPS TO Lula Lake and Lul.t: Falls, Lookout Point, Point Park &nm

I'j ,11. 4 Bul,Nevi P tfnnit can commence any time/ country on earth ha. ever voluntarily es- in the matter of the bridge of of Feb.Eau Rock. Natural Bridge, Telephone flock, Rock City; and Village, ChickaiiiaiimM
called st.mdaid.It Gallic to the motion
t tabllHhed what IK a gold according
PADDISON'S SPEECH.
I I., 'J}I', <1 ntiff the year.Dlftcontlnuanre. line been fired upon them by lobbing fiat IS'JO. tary Park, National Cemetery, Mission Ridge, Biagg's Tower, Pholp's TOB!'

t "t ,", speculators, and the present attempt to In the matter of the petition for a public Orchard: Knob, Walden's Ridgo.

.' ",.I ,t ,t'' of advtK. mit.t lie iiuule personally If our affiliation to the silver establish it in the United :States Is the I road, without expense to the county, New Brick Stables, Eight ROlf Chestnut Stieets.

(,', P II yt at this
\" \ ..1' lot listen on n civilized people. ThoieIs county road running from Waveland to _._
1'\ .r it to to on ----- -- -- ----- -- -
was our
. "fyl .tddreae all oomiiiunloatloiiK to no attempt to do It by the will of the Jensen, it was ordered. that the reportbe = --- ---- -
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f 1'' '. Monday\ night; it is probable that people, but by money alone. anna's accepted and filed and that the following :--E.
" ,} :'1 "t ; fI + ISUTAx RIVEH ADVOCATK, we shall remain gold-bugs; to the Boluctlon of a national committee settles viewers be appointed to view and W. : DAWSO1T

" ,\ ''ft( ,''''I,: 't TITIJ"nu.B. 1"L'lLtDA. end of the chapter. We heard that without further mention. Then layout said road according to law, and ,
, : ; j assertions but lamentable are wo to be governed by the voice of then report to this Board on the first Wholesale and RetailLIQUOR
a
many money or the voice of the people. With Monday In October, 189(1(! : E. Young, W.
11' paucity of argument ; much talk the the states and D. Edwards and Munch.
a of eastern
" exception .
'3 '' I' ;1 lf Checketc.I ayhemdepayableto'HAIILEM' of the despicable methods" of all their Immediate Influence, the balanceof Ordered that in the- matter or the publie -

\ t ;H ,, II. WALTOM__. ]pubHher' proprietor_._ and every one who did not embrace the United States l Is opposed to the road between Jensen and Eden, M. S. WINE & Hi
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a' t ', the ...L faith as gold stand.ud. You will now and then Jones, attorney for the Board, Instituteconden.natlon
t same
Rr : pOlitiCal forthwith
hear a squib shot oil I about the fifty cent proceedings
: i .t: r POOR MAN'S MONEY. the speaker, much abuse of gold dollar, but like the international farce, against J. II. LoTouruau, M. V. Tumor

standard advocates, innuendoesthat it has become so ludicrous that you hear and Sarah Lucas.

i./. R The much-used phrase, "Silver all such were dishonest liars, but little of It, except from the negro. In the matter of the petition from B. 119 1 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.

,\:," ""i in the man'1. ,'" has a and that they would not believe He is very much exercised over it just J. Stewart, J. T. Snell and other citizens,
poor money road between and Domestic Wines
) now, nnlls on the hunt for Mr. Ilanna of Bovine, asking for a public Fine old Liquors Imported HaiamJ
' r itonl of truth in it. All silver argumenturged by the oth'erside. ordered ,
good any to sell his vote. If any proof was need- Bovine and Bahi.t: it was
, countries are very poor; and it is ed to learn the trick of the /gold-bugs, that the petition be received and filed,

;"'! .:;,:' % 'I .mated upon the authority of Inen'ft' "Oh, that some power the glftiu'd gto sum up the bolteis from the democratic and that J. M. Hopkins, J. J. Flnly> and Mexican and Florida Cigars.
all : Josiah Dozer be and the same are hereby .-
party, and see If It is not a questionof
\ who have made this subject a life- ilK, money protection to them. Now, the appointed as. freeholders to mark, view FINE FANCY GROCEI2IIJC
I 'ft' 'I f study, that there is not a silver To BOO ourselves as Itheis see us; question is, hits the south and west and lay out the proposed route upon the

< I t standard country in the world Wrote Bobby Burns in days gone money enough/ to need it cut down to most practical route, and that they proceed WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Gowk

,1 whose laborers receive over fifty by ; this power was afforded us on half in quantity) which would reduce under the law and make their reportto rar- Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade !Solicited.If .
i their real half Its value this Board at Its regular meeting on
to
( + cents per J llY. It is the pour man's Monday"' night ; we gold-bugs were rather to no estate value at all. The questionmay or October 5th. you wish to open an account you must give fiist-class city rcferenco.

in the same sense that skins enabled to see ourselves as we are of the and .
money arise, with the single !gold standard, The report county judge ----- -
!4 Ii ? are the poor man's clothing, pestilential seen by the ranting, demagogic, how would the finances of the country tax collector for August was examined, I

''l i 'i l huts are the poor man's Tillmanistic element of the silver be conducted. The record stands for found correct and accepted.
mirabile ilictn Itself. The money of tho country is concentrated The following bills were .audited and -
and we Fall Goods. -
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b, houses, and despotism is the poor party, yet and coinered; bills of exchange ordered paid : New --

mnn'a government. do not feel ashamed of ourselves ; or credit is issued through local W. II. Sharpe, co. com . ,$ 7 00 -

we have our honest convictions, attorneys or employes, on mortgages, J. Houston, It" . 1120
(Mr. Paddidon to the contrary, until a sufficient amount Is out for a R. D. poke . 24 CO

I I LYNCHING. notwithstanding), and we intendto haul-in, which is done without mercy or V. B. Wright, dep. slier co. court 10 CO An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept ii
any means of escape. Local banks and J. l'tlendelloops.. com. pro. 5 00
The lynching which took placeat abide by them. money lenders who are not In the corner It. Titus, pros. atty., . 33 33 "
I 1 threshold Mr. I'udilison's speech was gen- are as helpless as any one else, as they T. T. Wetmore, Ice for office. 2 75 "General Stores: DOMESTIC GOODS, NOTIONS, HAT,
I'' : ; l' our very on Monday erously interspersed with spasmodic can't collect even to meet the demandsof J. E. Bowman .: 3000
5 ::1 1 ; f' night brings that ever-recurring moments of praise of "Wil depositors, hence they are snowed feeding co. pi Is., 4050 1 CLOTHING Etc Our prices aie., very reasonable, and we are prompt\>t it

r' subject once more to the public liam Jennings the under, and soon gotten out of the way. janitor., . . /800 shipping. One can depend to get good value for hu
' Bryan, championof Such is the of standard dogs 4 00
( ry mind. While : history gold feeding co.
{ we are
'rJ uneotapromisfngly money. We
Sell Dealers
xt : the peoples' rights. Now, everybody countries from their records. Then, ice for courthouse 1 00 to only.Some .
i1
\ r,f I' : opposed to this form of is that is how A. A. Stewart accountant. 15 00
mlllionalies of
i 'a agreed Bryan a any one, except !gold "Special Bargains" In HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTHftG, |
4 1 meting out justice, 'we admit that the Cocksliutt officer. 30 41
.: good honest upright man no- east, can entertain the Idea for a T. J. regis.
,
"'. there are times!! when summary ; moment I can't understand. The !goldstandard E. B. Wager, printing . 22: 50 Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by ua-Absolute !

y 1' \ punishment of some kind or other body, not even his bitterest enemies { has reduced England to one- Paupers.. . . . (1000( ) Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT
I have dared to deny that fact ; I, tenth Its original real estate owners, and J. C. Jones, deputy sheiilT 8 00
,7: 4 d I in absolutely necessary. If lynch. but fulsome praise of the standard but for her horeditaiy laws the whole J. Houston road work 30 75 POLLAK & CO.,

1'1'; I I i ing were of any benefit in deter. bearer of a party as a man, is a country would long since have passed Dempsey.. Cain, ..".. ..".. 2 50 32, 34 &. 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla,
fl I I i''' ring criminals from crime there for himas Into the hands of gold sharks. I'. A. uonKimg, 2 08

f would! be some excuse! for it, but poor argument following As far as I am informed, tho !gold-bus E. J. Burns, . 3J: 00 _----- --- - -- ---
t a politician. .
arguments are for international bi- R. D. Hoke.If It" 200) 00
ns the usual victim of thelynclner's The statement of the prosperity' metalism, currency of intrinsic stable G. F. Paddison, lumber for bridge 4 45 JAMES PBITCHAIID, President; W. M. BUOVN, Vice-President;

t noose is convinced that ,he is being of Mexico, its business enterprises' value, and an opposition to the fifty A. A. Stewart, clerk co. court.. 917 C. S. fechnyler, Cashier.,

sent to heaven by H rapid route, it cent dollar. As far as international btmutnlioin H. K. Wilson, justice of the peace 0 01
and the thriving condition of its
has very little effect in abating the is concerned, it was a well J. E. Bowman, sheiiff co. court 305": INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
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factories, as expounded by the .
known from
fact the beginning of the feeding state pris. 37.0F. :
1 1 crime of which it is the
k dastardly president of that country, and agitation that such a thing was Impos- Wright, constable for justice 8 55 ,

usual punishment. Until some quoted by Mr. Paddison, is no ible, hence a fraud Intended alone for M. Goldsmith, conviction fees. 2000< ( (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida,)
tI better and more effective punish doubt correct and deception; and, besides, International I F. T. Budge! county corn.-. 2 00
1? a ment is employed we may expect though gold- bimetallsm would do us an Injury instead I Electric Light Co.. . 875 Authorized capital, $100,000,

to see these crime continually repeated bugs, we will surprise that worthy of a service. Foreign nations Ordered that the following persons be Paid up capital, $25,000
i ) gentleman by fully crediting this would bo made dumping grounds for appointed Inspectors and clerks of election -
$150,000
: a, a and their number will by our III older to create at Average deposits, ,
currency panics
/ statement ; but we noticed that he for the different precincts for the V'T
no means be diminished by any carefully refrained from making homo. Thus far we have had some- state and county election to be held on
/R of "neck-tie thing more than our hands. full to : Transacts General Banking
4 amount .parties. reference to the condition of sup the dth day of October, 180(1, for general a
any ply currency for home consumption, election :
Moreover time l
r f every a lynching the Mexican laborer, the wages begets wthout| concocting! schemes to supply District No. 1, LaGrange-Inspectors, Business
t occurs it gives a had name to the ,
the balance. of the world, and leave
or the prices of the necessities our C. T. McCrorv, F. A. Strahan, J. V.
section of the country iii which it own people to starve: for bread for the Wicks clerk L. A. Coleman.
of life in that favored land. ., ; Largest and Oldest! Bank on the River! |
takes and affords want of a cent to buy with.
tV place, an opportunity Mr. addison waxed sarcastic District Xo. 2, TItuaville-Inspectors,
1 '+ f 4 for the northern journals As for a currency composed of something R. p, Paddison, J. K. Walker, R. C. __ Exchange: sold on all Foreign Countrlw.
when he mentioned the presidential of intrinsic stable value, that Is bciimgeour clerk, John C. Jones.
pi to point at our fair land with the nominee I more absurd than the International farce ;
i of the gold democrats, District No. 3, City Point-Inspectors, -I DIRECTORS!
(' it finger of scorn, as the home of lawlessness who, said the speaker: ,)had _been a as thero is nothing on earth that has an It. F. Deal, Jos. D. Hatter, W. P. Moon; jAS.PBirCHAHDW.M.BA >ETTl're(\ M,,.l
t' and misrule. intrinsic stable value. Values are all clerk, (}eo. E. Chester. of the National Hank of Jacknonville) JIUUKKKE I
member of every political party creative instead of fixed 4 Vlce-Prenlilent National. Haul *
r or standard. (
District No. 4 Kockledge
in -Inspectors
While
entire ,
we are sympathy Jacksonville), and W. M. imowN.
I that ever existed. There is The intrinsic or so-called standard value
) every J. M. Sanders:! S. S. Jones. C. W. Harrison
with the that
4 feelings prompt the reason why a man if eighty years, of n thing to-day Is by no means necessary ; clerk. Louis Andrews. rlt4.L CORKKSPONDFNTS.Seaboard fat.
q citizen to take the law into ,his for Its value to-morrow, guld in _. National Hank of New' York
who has seen the vast changes that District No. 5, Eau: Oallle-Inspectors, 1 National' Bank of Jacknocvllle. 20
ck i own hands, we would like to see have taken in particular If /gold has a standard value, J. E. :M. Hodgson, W. W. Snell, A. B.
place party principles what about that gold exchange that was clerk G. C. Houston. Z"
some other method employed, Wayt; I'rUYILLE, FL 1.1v. .
lifetime
his should
in New York until
during run a few years since District No. (II I, l\lelbourne-Inspectors,
which would act as a warning to ,Thud it through; which a few robbers fleeced{ --:
necessary to change his John Henry, S. F. Gibbs, Ira Crosby;
others and a more lasting punish. mind ; the democracy of to-day is millions of laboring people, speculating clerk, Frank Conkling. J. 'HILL. H. M. PAPWOK1H.
ff i I -ment to the perpetrator of the similar the on the dally' market value of gold. As District No.7, Malabar-Inspectors,
no more to democracyof
crime, and which would not reflecton to the fifty cent dollar, I have already E.V.. Arnald F, Comstock, Ernest;
the aged senator's youth than referiod to that as a little catechism
I the .scction of the Svodellus; clerk.R. A. Conkling. South Florida House
in Wholesale
country the Florida of today is like the fiu'llup to give the vox- opuli some- District No. 8, Sebastian-Inspectors,
r
M, f' which it may occur as the home of Florida of fifty years ago. Many thing to spout) on. Wo don't want a W. C. Braddock Frank Forster, G. B,
\ .Ii lawless disorderly people. currency to represent any intilnslo value Hall
S.
1 hoary-bended. statesmen have ; clerk Kitching. -
seen
whatever. District No. 0, St. Lucle-Inspectors, w- : :aJJI: : : :... dc CO.
|. fit to( wander from one party to another I ask the people of New York who are C. Dittmar
Julius J. S. Bell
; .,, -
l THE GAME LAWS. during their''' long, useful howling; about currency of Intrinsic I clerk, TylerLA. ii ESTdBLI SHED ."fd. "

t I lives. Gladstone, the English! value If one thousandth part of the busl District No. 10, Eden-Inspectors, W. '

'I nO/!) Orlando Star is raising a statesman. who is honored with ness of of the so-called city I"Intrinsic transacted value with P It currency Is- F. Richards, E. J. Shattuck. O. F. Wolf; Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders'
clerk A. Robinson.Dlstl'lot ,
eru ,a.Je against the non-observance ; C.
t the esteem of most Americans, has not. Then why preach one doctrine Drum
t of tile game laws in Orange county been associated with and practice another. The whole scheme No. 11, Fort -Inspectors Kinds
political II.
every S. A. Haw. L. Parker, U. A. Materials' of all
t and hopes!! to see a local organization party in his own country, and l I. a fraud to speculate and rob the peo- Holmes, clerk, J. W. Swain.

R'' si\ > effected to help enforce instance upon instance could be pie.valna In Money exchange should have what no It market District No. 13: Narrows-Inspectors, S.AJ-'TFOELD:: FLORIDA.MIAMI : .
,tt them. It is certainly time that except re pro- I. B. Dawson, C. H. Reames, W. M. -
piled up where such has beet the ants on Its face, by the stamp of seventy Jones; clerk, F. C. Poppell.
some steps were taken to prevent millions of people. Hob Ingoraoll; once
District No. 13, Georgians-Inspectors,
( the law becoming a dead-letter, as case.Towards the close of his speech remarked! that he. wanted n dollar that A. B. Carter. E. V. Hall, A. M. Chambers ;
it is in could say "I know that my redeemer clerk, Peter Whltt eld. !
practically now probably Mr. Paddison informed us that liveth." Dob's dollar redeemer IH about ; *
'I every county in the state. One of Bryan is a true JelFersonian democrat like his own redeemer. W. IT. Vander. District No. 14, Merritt-Inspectors,
1 M.+ S. Same, J. R. Fields, J. Lapham;
the principal attractions to the ; perhaps he is today, but it bllt said I If he could carry'out Ills plans, clerk. Fred Whitlock.

x 'winter tourist, is J the excellent is not long since he stated publiclythat damn' the people; and 1 so It In with the District No. 15, Canaveral-Inspectors,

hunting the state affords, but if he was not a democrat at all. !gold-bugs. MONT n'RtIn:. Henry Wilson, N. N. Penny, J. U. no- Town Lots Now Sale !
clerk J. T. Hood. on
the laws in regard to game are not If Mr. Bryan changes his faith gun District; No., 1(1( Haulover-Inspectors' '
better observed than
i.F t at present, thus early in his eareer, we may 11UJVA1C1> COUNTY COMMISSIONS J. S. Cochran, Harry Walton, ..1.V..
this attraction will become a thing expect to see him a republican of Griffis; clerk, J. J. Flannery.

;1 .f the past. We suppose that the the reddest dye long ere he reaches JtS. District. No. 17, Spruce Bluff-Inspectors A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For
D. Hankins Winters clerk
law Padgett;; ,
; 'l game being a comparatively the years of the gold democrats The Board of County Commissioners J. K. Fultz. ,

: .t recent innovation, hu not yet become much abused nominee.Mr. met Monday, bept. 7th pursuant to District No. 18, Ankona-Inspectors, Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.

f fastened upon the mind of Paddison's effort, while it adjournment, with the following member (}eo. S.teger, John Waller, L. S. Eldred;

: : the farmers and country residents, was well received by those who present : W. II. Sharpe, chairman; clerk, M. Tancre.
:1 J. Mendel, J. Houston and K. D. poke District No. 19), 1\lIcco--InapectorR, C.
I'4 i but these are by no means the only were in touch with his views is A. A. Stewart, clerk; and. J. E. Bowman -; t\. Smith, II. F. Nuchols, J. Williamson; CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

] p'\'ople that deliberately break the not likely to make many convertsto sheriff. The following business ,:jlerk R. T. Smith.

i 4- law whenever opportunity offers ; "the cause." wall transacted, vwit : District No. 20, Banyan-Inspectors, all of the Selected
i ten who should know better, _who The minutes of List meeting were read ,"h..... Creech, C. L. Stewart, W. J. parts Town. Carefully

and confirmed.On Ftag.tn; clerk, R. B. btewart. .
know the value of the laws Fruit and
game THIS GOLD 8TANDAUD. petition resented by A. J. Lewis District No. :31, White City-Inspect.rs Vegetable Lands on
9 and who are ai deeply interested and others to have tile of W. T. Jensen J.
name i> A. Shlltransen Peter F.
!i. the preservation of game assay Editor Advocate : Hayes placed on the general election J tell; clerk J. M. Orrel. Iin.IDl River and Bny: BlfitclJ..uCe!! ;

i one, will nevertheless, continually i ticket M constable for the 8th justice District No. :22.: Woodley-Inspectors, Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
kill all kinds of with- Give us the single gold standard and district, the same was accepted and or1 1!. C. Walker, J. T. Gifford, W. II. Wig-
I game, we will have the aUndard without the Jered to be done. 1 leld; clerk, J. T. Gray. Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA.
3 /pit any regard or respect for the I gold, as the gold U not here to have. The petition presented by Julia Tyler The Board adjourned to meet again on ,


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S. Department of Agriculture Coronado Beach.The ing of a stone sidewalk along the north ASK the recovered '
side of Ninth street, from Highland avenue dvopeptica, blllouaufTerera G. G. SPRINGER Bureau-Jupiter, Fla.
feather to Pineapple avenue, and the workto S .fever and, victims ague, the of: ,
be done at The matter of shell ,
following is a comparative statent excursion from Orlando, Sanford once. mercnrlul leased
rrhe and the streets also discussed but how they re
DeLand to Coronado ing was patient
and rainfall for the on Sunday
Ick of ending temperature Tuesday, Sept. 15, lsi>0.18l week last, brought about 200 people ; nothing definite was accomplished. cov.redhealth Hpirita sub cheerful goodappeutethevwi Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of. :
How
$(?- -1805- they rushed Into the surf I Those
who went in von by taking" SIMMON9 -
athlng seemed loathe
)IAX.- MIN.' MAX. MIN. to 1-1VKK: KKOUUA1 -
I rE. 72: N' ) 8(1'( 72: leave the water even to go to dinner. i Melbourne. C e 'UK.The ICE AND

I 74 80 80 74 Judge and Mrs. Butt. and three children I and Bent Family j
71 73 t M 8( 74 of Orlando, left for home Wednes OOODE Jfe GOODE.-Real Estate nnd Cheapest Medlcln Purevt In the World I

78 73: 81 73 day, after a month's stay at the Coron. Loans. Agents for Ktna: London and For DYSPEPSIA! CONSTIPATION'\ "' "n- .
74 70 W' 70 ado. No !guests ever stayed at the hotel Liverpool and Globe, and Imperial dice! Hillomtattacka. SICK HKAUACH,Colic,

78 70 87 74 who were more appreciative, and they File Innuranro. Special attention paidto Depression., eta of Slants TW,"nrvaUp,1 OUIt STOMACH.Heartbuiw remedy: i la. Distilled Waiter
73 70 b7 70 seemed to have won the good will of U1\ the Interests of non-re ldellts. warranted not to contain a single particle' of
total rainfall for the week: 3:40: Inches by their courtesy aud pleasant manners. MKKCUKV. any mineral aul>itamout I.

parture from normal rainfall for the Theme old timers-W. A. Allen, Sam 1>lUBI.'HG TABLE, Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers
tck plus 1.21 Inches. Departure ontainlnx! thnne Southern Roots and Herb I
: Jordan, Goo. MoKsemcr: and W.' T. Parsons : Catarrh Cannot l>o Cured which an all-wlHe Providence haM placed in
m normal rainfall since January 1, -come In for some of the glory, too ountrlei. where Liver llmeaaea must. prevail. FACTORIES......
a.nS; loch(' It will cure all Dlneanea. caused by Derangement -
1111 -eight/ large buss in 2} hours onoIiOlbn:
,
J. W. CKONK, Observer. another 2iilbn and the other six quite With local applications .aa they can of SYMPTOMS the Liver and i-t l.iver Itoweln.Th Complaint. : are a Cocoa and West Paint Reach. :,
not roach the sent of the dlsooxc. Cutarrh -
big. W. A. Alien caught, this week, the bitter or bud taste in the month, ) Vain In theBack ,
largest bass la a blood or constitutional disunite, Shies or Joint,often n.It.k..n! for KneamatUmi --- -- - -- --- -
321bs.
: -of the far 1
Reams. Honsou.so and In order to cure It you must takeIntcriml ; 5our Stomach Ioas of Appetite;
A regular northeaster the remedies. Hall's Cntanh CureIs Bowels all..runlely costive ..,,<.lIme; Headache of;
opened loss of Memory, with. painful' sensation SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS. :
I'qulnoctlalllollRon at Coronado on Saturday taken: internally, and acts directly on having failed to ilo nomcthinff which ought to
LOIIIII and Charles Harrte, of Fort and the bathers were delightct the blood and mucous surfnctm. Hall's: lave been dour; Dehlllly Low I1'1.lt.. a thick .

UnI, are on the Island for the winter. The sea was rough, and huge breakers Catarrh: Is not quack medicine It was Cough yellow: I often appearance mistaken of the for Skin Consumption.Sometime situ: : l KyeH., a dry

bright! with whitecaps could be seen to proscribed by one of the bust physicians .* many of these symptom\ attend
and of Seb1.lltlannt
"i>(f'. last Braddock Saturday and wife:Sunday with/ Mr., the dim !gray Iioilzon. This, however, In this country for years, and Is u regular / the Is. generally diBemie, nt the other neat of very tw! few Umcaae; but,the and LIVEN if not I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First- j
did not deter a from for It is of the
party leaving prescription. composed
Id Mrs. F. C. Poppell. u tcKiilnttf.l In time grant 'suffering, wretchedneim -
tI'lpCI'OKS! the Inlet for a "rish-fry." best tonics known combined with the and 1)EATBwill I enmie. class SEEDS in the Statevr
|M(>I's. K. (r. Roberts has been quite 111 I Among tho /Knouts from the hotel More blood purifiers, acting directly on the toT "" following hlKhlv esteemed wrnnaatteat

|is week, but we are glad to say she Is : Judge Dutt and wife, Messrs. Lorraine mucous IIlIrfu: eK. Tho perfect combination the. W.virtiii-H S. I Holt of Pre Simmon*. Ga. S. W.It.It.l.iver UeiotlntonSen. CO.IIt.V.I. : SEND FOR PRICES Refute ordering elsewhere All Seeds tcHic' I: ;
ilth better at this writing.The 'and Wyman, and number from the of tilt two Ingredients/ is what pro- R. 1',1<1"1'1 Perry. 11..1 Cal. IC. K.. Spsrks AIb..nYL before sent out. .
Mnxirrcnn\ .J<:" Sh"rltf Bibb Ca,
tte. l.
cottages.A duces such wonderful results In curing ;
( second primary. held at the nchoolMise (Is.' 11nn. Alexander H. Stephens."We L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
on Saturday was a very quiet ono. candy pull on the beach: -what r n catarrh. :Send for testimonials, free.F. hAve tested Its virtues., "r""nnlly, and amt 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE F A. ,
S. Cheney & Co., props., Toledo, O. know that for lystepsia, iouhtie**
result will be found in another idea.: During the week the Coronado ,
io past 'hrobblnwIK-Bdiifheltisthebeat medicine the j
llumn.Messrs.. crowd have been busy, as usual, Sold by druggists/ ; price, 75.: world[ ......1'v...tried forty other remedies I -- -- ,- -- ,- .. .

( Jenkins and LaRoche of thinking up some new way for an hour'lIflln u before* more Slmmoim titan temporary I.I verKcKtiliitor.lmt relief; luit the mini<< KeiruHtor /gave- "
; so the camp fire was lit, the kettle not only I relieved, hat cured 1 :U's.he.. A Fertilizer for Fruit.
at work the old La- c/
mrtenay, are on rigged/ ; hunches from the hotel wore 1M3TITIOX FOR MC12NS13. I'ELF.GKAl-M AN1 MKHShNOKK, MKUOII, Us.tIANI'FACI''NI' F
cite, place: where they Intend planting carried down and soon the fun began.: l" ONLY KV
p.ill) crol'lTho J. ". ZfclLIN A CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
There were no carpets or furniture to be
To the Honorable Hoard of County Commissioners "
I northers we have had for two spoiled at this gathering./ If any candy Florida _..__-' ",- --_- "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer
Brevard !
'i-ks past made the river very high, all fell and was afterwards u utilized Ik County, .

ell as keeping the air delightfully cool proved they were "gritty"/ crowd. Gentlemen: the undersigned, W. J. Douglas: his Kemp x murk, Alex Daniel Tomlinson L Futch., :Prioo2: : .Oo :Per Ton.GUAItAN7'EEI .

.1 pleasant. Judged by the shouts and laughter. the soil wines
Tucker to
wishing liquors, Frederick Heart-
Alex'1'omIlIlK..n
/gathering was more prolific of fun than ) ANALYSIS :........ I IMolstul'O
I We have been idle all summer, but the ordinary candy pull, and they generally and boor In Election District No. I 0, of stone ]).,111..1 L Futch.McColliuu . . . .to ,8 to ID Tor Cent.
Lit Is a thing of the past, and everyone J .1 A Wright:,
are accompanied with lots of noise Urevard county, State of Florida hereby "
Ammonia ..j to II!
: ,J
j
1 woiklng with a will in the hope of and merriment. What apply to Honorable Body to 11 W Miller.A <
king well with beans the coming season.h next P your .J Wright, .1 McCollum' l'hosphol'locitl... . ,1\ to ti II "
grunt mo the right to sell such liquors,
Prof. I.. A. Austin, of Winter Park, 11 W Miller. Potash (Actual), . ,(II l to 8 II
wines and beer In said Election District, 'V 0 Favr A K Culver
M to Lcmley A Kenaker'a for a gallon who Is also mayor of that place and has At ado exclusively from Bright/ Cotton Wood Meal, Nltnito of Soda Blood, Bono' a
I of good old Bourbon at $4 a gallon. been staying at the Coronado for a and I pray your Honorable Body to It H Mohair Dissolved PlioHphnte, Fine Ground Tobacco /Stems nnd Sulphate of 1'otiish.B3T J
month, left for home this week. TI e to make such sales. T O Lashloy, Daniel L Futch.
grant mo a permit ; Write for directions for lining an.fluthor piirtluulaiH; also ask for' j
Alex Tomllntion.
PI'of.11I n very unpretentious but highly copy of "t<:('()nOllllcnl Fertilizing for Fruit.Ve curry large tock of nil Keitlllgor
Respectfully, W. J. TUCKER Oeo C Houston H llnwUlns
Banyan. educated gentleman, as was easily\ discovered Material, Cotton M.e.ll\roal\ Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. \Vilto for prices l 100-
by hilt remarks at the Sunday Dated 18 1SOO.We W A !Smith
Sept. fore buying. Wo seek tile growers trade direct.
night services. Your correspondent is J M Hawltim, J C Blivon, 1

Mr. Robert Harper Is expected home glad to enroll him among those who Alex Tomllnnon. WILSON & TOOMER ,

mi North Carolina, about the 20th. have landed big fish at Coronado this the undersigned, being\ u majorityof V L Smith, W T Hurhln,
The Fertilizer House of Florida
season. The night/ before leaving he the registered voters of Election District Daniel L Futch. ,
Miss Laura Houston of Eau Gallie is
proudly laid down a sea bass weighing No. 0!), of Itrovard County, Florida, John IMnknoy, Alex TornliiiHon, Jacksonville, Fla.
friends in this week.Dr. .
siting Banyan 25 pounds which he had: hooked In the do most respectfully concur In the above his x mark J C Hlivcnn.Vllllain .
.
DeWitt Webb came down from St. surf at Red Shell. This is something to( application, and ask that the penult. be :May Alex Tomllnson, 1 1

ugustine one day last week, to visit his be proud of, and he is congratulated.: granted as prayed for. his x mark J O IJllvens. 1 1i
mostead at Atlantic Fort Pierce, Florida. T W Hardeo, V L Smith, Fred'k. S. Morse i
"Dem cur lon peoples will\ be mighty J C nllv nK.

The primary: election passed off very hungry for fish when dey gets here to NAMES: WITNESSES: ; Dennis Williams, Alex Tomllnson, -X- XRE.AZiI ,
ilotly last Saturday. Only 21 votesere morrow. I sure hopes de boys will have his x mink J O Tillvens.' i
cast-17 for Fischer and 4 for good luck to-day." These sentiments of John P Cook, II B Hawkins, Lewis Lawrence, II L }McElroy.H ,
caster. the cook at the hotel are not out of placeat W W Hawkins.Alex U HawkinH.I :: =ST.A 'JEJ
; the head of Coronado's ilsh for R Head, Tomlinson, ,
story L Lewis Lawrence
Dr. Airth of Live Oak here lastcek McElroy, ,
was Thad J Albord.
this week. The cook have for-
must
his brother James Airth II n Hawkins. :MLdMI: : :JOo-do OC I'LORI: : A.
visiting gotten all about the bother and troubleof W P llatchott, C C Miller, > -
Correll Bench. Miss Handle Airth J F Houston, J O HIvena! ,
Alex 'romllnllolJ.J .
ill return with him and attend school. trying to keep things warm and appetizing II U Hawkins.
after hours, and the other I neonvenlences A Richards, Alex: Tomllnsuu, M E McLaughlin, Daniel L Flitch, AGENT FOR LANDS OF --
Messrs. Jernegan and Creech attended of "late suppers" If he saw Win Anderson. W S Dnilow.Jos. .

10. meeting of the Bryan silver club at "de boys"-Doc. W. S. Taylor and Mr.Wyman Wm Anderson, Alex Tomllnnon, S Washington, A J King, Florida East Coast Railway Company,
J A Richards.
.LU Gallie on Saturday evening last -drive up after dark: and throw Daniel L Fetch
Florida Count Line Canal & Traneportatlon Company
hey had the pleasure of listening to a their fish out onto the hotel platform (it L D Mettz, Alex: Tomlinson, Charles Mltchel, Daniel L Futch, ,
i ry able speech, by Mr. A. W.Paddison, was a sight when they were laid out on ; M J liaulerson.WW his x mark A .1 Klnu.II Boston & Florida Atlantic Const Land Company.

n the free coinage of silver and other the porch for the inspection of the W T Hayes, Ucecber I) Burke, L H Spencer - --" .. -- -.-. -- .. .-, .. "
atters of vital importance to the peoplef guests sixteen of the finest sea bass of Alex: Tomllnson. D S Carlton.
our the season-aggregating about 2751bs. W W Beocher, W T Hayes,
country.A ), C Nelson, Alex Tomllnson,
Alex Tomlinson. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
the cook need have no fear for the expected J C IIIIvtttiB.
large majority of the voters of this excursionists. The largest fish Jan A Russell, W T Hayes,
redact have Thomas Carter, Alex TomllnHon, ,
signed a petition praying W W Boucher. j
pulled the register on the scales down to
bin x mark Daniel L Futch.
flinty tat Capt.commissioner W. II. Sharpe from be this re-appointed district the 20-lb. mark; another showed 2libs., A A Hendry, Thos K B liaulerson.L Paine, J B Dickey, Alex Tomllnson, 3D. fitTJX: >LOw' Q-oxx'l a.naaor.: 1
a third 20, and so on down to 8 or lOlbB. Dnnlet L Futch. :
LATE CHAPMAN & 8UDLOW.
he people around here know that Cap I J S Doll, W 'r Harbin, ( )
We have interested crowd
seen an gatheraround
J R Carter J C lillvtras,
,
harps has worked for the
faithfully 'FT
Booth' fish windows In Chicago Hayes. Lewis Lawrence. South Jacksonville Florida. terests of the whole and ,
county, we Alexander Bell, W T Harbin,
when there wasn't half such show.
a
i el that to lose him from the Board of W T Hayes. C J Qwin, J S Boll, "
MANUFACTURER OF
-- --
J F Boll.
aunty Commissioners would be a great J F Bell, H B Hawkins,
low to the county. PURE Lincoln County Sour Mash whiskey J S Bell. J T Bovlll, A J M Smith:! "

at ta.:!;) per gallon at Losley & A J Green, Alex Tomlinson, M E I; }McLmiRhlln. FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and ;
Kenaker's loo M Cline. T R Cain, H B HuwklnH, ,
[Send the ADVOCATE an order for any W W Needier. .,

"b, printing you need.] J S Keen, W Alex W TomllriHon.Layport, II Williams, J D C Bllvenn,. Vegetables, and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material,
M
Eau Gallie. Bryant.D

Roseland. Wm A Shleppy, John J C Lauther.Daley, M Bryant, J O W It Stownrt.J :Honors! ,. Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Kanit, Etc Also t

W A Smith F L West,
,
John Houston is at Titusville\ this F A Sadler. J \ Taylor, T A Hhvnnnl) The PaD1C: & ard.-T.I.D1o&: : :Sroxit1.:

Our postmaster has treated his row- week W B Spiers, Clement H. Green, J HCoibcit. Ammonia 0 4 to B per cent i
oat to coat of brilliant green paint. J. A. Gilbert Is on the sick list, witha Thomas Browher. Chas B Smith, Alex TomllnHon, Available I'hoa. Acid ,.. .(II I to 8 per cent > Bar ljIJlS.Cer: Toil.

Mrs. E. M. Stokes returned Monday severe cold. L E Jeffrlex, W P Hatchctt, H B Smith, W II HawkinH S: Barlow. Potash K O. ,,II to 7 percent )

kcompanled by her sister, Mrs. S. Davis, O. K. Wood, of Cocoa, was here Tuesday J B Tompkins Alex Tomllnson. Highest Commercial Value given our brand In the last Uulletin. Write for
If Vero, who she had been visiting for visiting friends. W A Hendry, J B Tompkins, Alex Tomlinson, II B Smith, PrlcoH. Order for 2 ton and upwards for our brands wll1l IHJ delivered fee .{ all
Jome time. A A Hendry. to railroad depot the East Coast at until ,
H B Hawkins.[ freight charge any on catalogue price,
Mrs. K. F. Hatch has gone! to Oak J B Merriwetber, J C Lautlier, further notice.DUREN. ..
Mr. Fowlks left Saturday night for Rill, on a visit to relatives.W. Chas CI rall. L S Spencer, J 1 K Ekman, ..
oodley and Yore business J M Rawlltm. .. --
on a trip, Goo. Saunders, J D Powe,
P'turnlng Monday. He reports business B. Dawson, of the Savannah Grocery P Ller. D 8 Carlton, II B Hawkins,
Pull but Co., was In town this week. L M Spencer & FEASTER.
,
mosquitoes lively. Daniel L Futch, E Kuschul, .....
II Smith
J B Lock B
J Capt. Roy McFadden left last week A Green. ,
It is claimed that under the gold '
lUudard, the United States has kept Its for St. Paul, [Jnn., on short visit.A. G Bevtll, J A B B Lock Culver., C C Miller, L II< S B Spencer.Smith, GROCERIES, FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida andWestern :

Jjlver money at par with gold. If this is I. Paddison visited Tltunvillo last Daniel L Futch.
liie cane, why did the government l issue Monday, returning on Tuesday evening.Our Thomas Dardin, W Alex W Tomlioson.Beecher, William Johnson, Alex TornllnMon, Meats of All Kinds, CruckeryORllII ftLTnae"rsoicted. "';
old
| bonds Instead of buying gold with Your: ,
his x murk J M Rawllns. /
will be J B Lock
liie silver now stored In its treasury ? meat market open Wednesday Douglas Spiers, .
J C Bllvenx, Alex: TomllnHon, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. '
and Alex Tomlinson. ,
from
and
If we can't, Saturday now on, :
buy gold( now with our silver, J M Rawlin.
ow are we going to get it under free during the winter S Castle, Douglas Daniel L.Spiers Futcb., J J Conner, Daniel !. Fetch, .... .. _____ .. 0 .. ._. __ __ 0' ,..___
lInage at 18 to 1 ? The best answer I A. I. Paddison addressed the Free o Bevlll.

fet''i vo It got so far Is : "Don't fret, we'll Silver Club last Saturday: evening, on G Tucker, W L D A Matte Smith., C II Wilson, W T Haye, GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP: !
all right. the of the hour. erf
burning question W J Tucker. E II Rice J II M wether, .
T II Williams, W T Have*. .,
Postmaster W. S. Norwood, of Titus E A Gray. t
OUR orders for pure corn whiskey can ville, visited our burgh lost Saturday, George Depew, Alex: Tomlinson, J H Meriwether.
be filled at !f2.5U< a gallon at Lesley on his return from a visit to Canaveral. W S Barlow.H Gilbert Miller, Alex Tomllnson,

Itentlker's. J II Hill, B Hawkins J C Bllven. LITTLE :aaos. .
Night operator Jack Wallace, of the C II Wilson. .... (
Malabar. E. C. Line, has gone to Ormond for a STATE OF FLORIDA, I ior
M J Raulertion, J C Bllvens,
short while having been relieved at this
,
BREVARD COUNTWJBefore
Alex Tomlinson.
: FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE .CO.
station by Frank Ilatch, of Itockledge. \
Richard Grice, J C Bllven, me personally appeared W. J.
hill Dan E. Miller made a trip to Titusville David Adams, assistant to Agent Alex: Tomlinson. Tucker, who being duly worn, nay that

week.C. Watts, of the E. C. Line, left Wednesday Allen Gardner, J C Bllven, tie 1 Is the applicant for a permit to lieU : Jack.onv-I.11e", : F1a."

W. Bolton visited Grant on Sunday, for Jasper, .Fla., where he will attend Alex Tomlinson. liquors, wine and beer In Election!: District Are: Offering: Their
"turning Monday. school during the coming winter W M Ward, J C Blivens, No. U, of the County and Stat

W. p. his place being taken by Mr. Rich, of his x mark Alex: TomllnHon. aforesaid l, and that each and every name "- .A.11 .E3.rours.d.: : :razi.d",1,
Arnald Is going to cultivate _
J A
Ormond Stapleton. D S Carlton and mark affixed to the foregoing ap-
Jamru
garden land this winter. M J Raulel'll for the aforesaid wan 3t
Mr. Roesch' little son Willie who Exceedingly v
Kobt. F. Smith went to Mlcco Satur- tenon the sidewalk and broke his leg Cha Harris, J M JUwliim, the act and deed. of the person purport- j
1 lily, as an Inspector of the primary. J S Keen log to sign the same, and that there wa 'i
some weeks ago, is getting along nicely. B W Mlll !r D S fraud deception In $25 :Per
E. XUIICliel came up from Jensen on The little fellow display much patience, Daniel Carlton L Futcli. no Hitch, bribery mark or or signatures. procuring : -t f Ton.

-nturdayl and has been visiting II. C. notwithstanding his long siege/ of qui- T U Lyle J A
> ., etude. Stapleton, W, J. TUCKER. ( Ammonia. 0 . ... . . .5 to 6 per cent
A Brown. and subscribed before Guaranteed Available . ..
C. Sworn to me Analysis I { Phosphoric Acid. .4 to It.
A. GOT. Gleason assisted by John :Mo- A Brown B W Miller
'K> Smith wan In town Tuesday, towed this 14th day of September, 18M. ( Actual Potash . . . .3 to 4 '" lt
klng after his interests all county Allister last Wednesday, the dry J A Stapleton.J .
mmla"ion"r. i dock with their launches over to the B Hawkins J A Srapleton, A. A. STa WART, Manufactured from the Purest Ammontate, Super-phosphate, and Potashes

Peter west shore and moored It at the mouth Alex Tomlinson. Clerk Circuit Court Nothing better for Pineapple, Vegetable, and present condition of the Oraago- t
''*re Nelson, of Grant, spent a day of his new canal. The Job was very A J M Smith, Daniel L Fetch, Tree _
:.tate lately, on business with our real skillfully accomplished. J M lUwllnit. Remember, the AUVOOATR, Tltu- A flne stock of all kind of Kortlllzcr Material constantly on hand. '

man, C. C. Carroll. We had an old-fashioned primary W W Layport, Alex 'fomllollOn.Daniel yule, doe all kind of Job printing. Hive 33TWrite for Pamphlet and Price 1

The primary election on the 15th L Futch. u* a share of your work.]
election last Saturday, at which thing LITTLE -
BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
,
I lUlled off C J O'Brien Joe Fisher
,
,
; very half of the
coming were conducted In the good old way,
lemocratlo Frank Houston. Jacksonville Fla.
voter to the poll with the exception that there wa nobody Joe Fisher Frank :Merit win and that I I" why Hood.
Ilonntxn
Invitation killed or badly Injured. As a re- bold the confidence --
,. bare I been received here Daniel l L Futcli. Saraaparllla abiding
.r a ball at Melbourne this (Friday) cult seven of our good citizens were A J King, Alex Tomllnson, of the public. Hood' SamaparllU 1 I. THE "ADYOCATB" does first-class to-date
"Kht. The Smith! Bros. will furnish the brought before Mayor Roesch Monday Daniel L Fnteb. known by the cure It ba made. It I I. ; np- r

nuMc. morning, and fined fi: aeb. J C Staple, Alex Tomllnson, the One True Blood rnrlfler. JOB PRINTING and we are prepared to meet all CompetitionIn

The Board of Aldermen met last Friday Daniel L Kutcb. -

Advertise In the ADVOCATB If you evening and passed the new town Samuel T Porter Alex Torallnson Hood'. nil cure liver III., constipation ..
ant to Increase your bruine ordinance It also ordered the build- hi. x mark Daniel L Futch. ,jaundice, lick headaohebl1loullneea. prices. Give ns a trial order. r


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PERSONAL GOSSIP. Well Satisfied withflyer's OOCIKTIK8. ETC. I in Canada no campaign buttons, ribbons

or badges can be worn between
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
I; The lion. Dudley Campbell la one of nomination and polling day. The carrying .
Seminole Lodge, No. 35. hnld Its meetings at is also '
the few titled vegetarians. Hair Vigor."Nearly the Court IIUUKB, tile first twit Tburlltllloy eveu of flags as a party budge
y F. O. Salons., the groat hunter and In itS of each month,at 8 o'clock ]>.m. forbidden. The penalty is a flue of $100or ;
L. T. COODY, S. D. GEIGER, three mouths in prison, or both. 1Ct r
South African leader is 44 cf
yearn age. forty years ago aftei C. C. M.of F. & K. of R. Jtc S.
Agnes Booth, Helen Modjeaka, Mrs. some weeks of sickness, my hair Clinkers may be removed from grates ynr0o9

John Drew and Clara Morris started turned gray. 1 began using Ayer's INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. oyster and ranges shells by into throwing the fire when half a the dozen coal I '' ty
oat ballet dancers.
I as Hair Vigor and was so well satisfied Drill at the s'
Armory over county J"n.every is aglow and covering them with fresh is 4
John Gillis of Troy Vt., is the fatherof with the results that I have rue.day eVeDhl1( in the A.VKAVTKU month, at H,Captain.o'clock. coaL The clinkeis are made soft by this a?

84 children by 0ne wife and has never tried any other kind of dress means and are easily disposed of.

now ICO descendants.Sir ing. It requires only INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TEMPLARSTltuavtlle ; One of the largest tailor shops in I
Horatio Kitchener, sirdar of the an occasional application -
the world is at Pimlico where thereare 1 C ls
Egyptian army, is au Irishman, born at Lodge No. IT meet every Tuesdayevening
i of 7 :XO In Preiiliyterlan church. Public always in stock sufficient goods to
Crotto House County Kerry meeting unit Tuomlay In each month.
,' clothe 80,000 men at least This is the
The Prince of Wale wear a No. 7 AYER'SHair C. A. GARDNER Boc't., U. W. 8CO11IE C.: ,T. army clothing department, from which

boot, Mr. Gladstone, Lord Salisbury and come the uniforms of the British rank
Air. Chamberlain a No. 9 boot and the Vigor to keep And file.

I queen a No. >3> boot. my hair of good C1IU1CCIIKS. 1 '
color to It is said that judging from the
remove
Marshal Frey of the Baltimore police 'dandruff number of bones of the great auk
department baa been in the servioe of _____ \ to healing
4 EPISCOPAL CHURCH. found in the north of Ireland the bird
the city for 80 and baa had two Ito humors, and prevent the *
yean inhabitantat
must have been a common fog
Strvlcei the 2nd and 4th Sunday In each
weeks' vacation in that time. Lair from falling out. I never hesitate month,at 11 and &
a. ni. 7:30: p. m. Sundayscho.levery the time when the people of the stone l 11sd
to recommend Ayer's medicinesto Sunday at 9:3: > a. in. ate '
Chief Justice Fuller's grandfather on p. in. on Wednesday. Litany service every age occupied Whitepark bay County 4: t /
i bii mother's side was Judge Nathan my friends. -Mrs. II.M.HAIGHT Friday at 10 a. m. Antrim and other parts of the coast. :i ia

Weston, who was a member of the first Avoca, Nebr.AVER'S. Ray B. F. BUOWM Rector. I.

supreme court of the state of Maine. An "Important If TnM I"..

b : The late Arsene Houiwaye adopted as METHODIST!: CHURCH. The Politische Corresponded learns SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

one of his favorite maxims a saying of Re afar services every lirnt, third and fourth from St Petersburg that the transportation -
J. Suiuluy lit 11 a. u.. and 7:00: p. m. Sunday Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New
+ Pythagoras., "Hold thy peace or lay School every Sunday *t 10iKI: a. m. Kpworui of convicts to Siberia about to be York,
something better than silence," yet he League. each Sunday at\il::'M p. m. Prayer meeting brought to an end. General Dnchovski, The Fleet ill composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers

i ,' wrote 80 volumes. M Hair Vigor Ladlen'every Aid'I'liurBil.iy Society night meet.t every 7:00: p.Wednesday in. The the governor general of Siberia, has urged "Comincne" (new), "Algonquin," "Iroqnois "Cherokee," "Seminolt!
at 3:00: m. Everybody welcome at church
p. our
Joel Luman of Bnrtonville, Ky., is service in high quarters the acceleration of

t 6 feet 4 inches All and weighs 11154 Pr p.nd by Dr.J.O Ayer h Co.,Lowell,MM. F. M. C. RAIDS, I'alltur.I'llJo:8JJY'l'XlcIAN this measure, and it is expected that an North-Bound.
order to this effect will be issued Steamer are appointed to sail according to the tile
and he has and imperial
pounds, a son a daughter
FLA. calling at Charleston
From JACKSONVILLE: ( ), Sundays und
each exactly as tall as himself, Taki Ayers Sarupirllli for the Complexion. very shortly.-Vienna Correspondent From CHARLESTON: 8. C., Mondaj and,TIiuwlii Fnop
though by no means so heavy. CHURCH. For hour wiling see "Clyde Line" Schedule, Jacksonville and Charleston daily m'....
Service every Sabbath 11 a. m.and 7.30p.m. South-Bound.
Lord Rowbery is considered one of Sunday nrhool at 0:49 a. III., Cb..... Gardiner, ------
the handsomest men in England. "You Built Prayer meetliiK on Wednesday eveningat / Steamer are appointed' to sail from Tier 29, Kant River, New York, at 3 p. m.. an banns], ;
Altoka, 8:16: the son of Allerton, 7:5):: The .ubiloarecor4lally. Invited to at Education of For CHAKLKHTON, S. C., 'luecday.l and rdur,
t cannot make a caricature of Koaebery," who has been "'n.lour. .erv\oell. For JACKSONVILLE: FLA.. ,(calling. at Charleston), . Tuesday and FnibClyde's
remarked an English cartoonist recent winning good races in 11. M. OUOI>KLL, I'HHtor.
Montana, was foaled the of W. BODY
property ,
ly. "His features are too regular.
K McKean of Tetra Haute, Ind. St. Johns River Line.DE .
tt Cecil Rhodes affects the life of a hermit BAPTIST CHURCH. MIND,

II lie has built for himself a small QUEER STATISTICS.The Preaching. every second and fourth Sunday. MORALS. ( ISA11Y LINE)
hut in the ground attached to his residence morning and evening. Prayer Meeting every "
Weilneailay, evening at 1:110) o'clock. Sunday Steamer "Everglade
and remains therein for days at a estimated population of the worldin School every Sunday at 9:45: a. m. AlHojireavhInicflrxt TUITION.
and Second FREE .... CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
1 time even eating sleeping there. 1895 included Sunday at LaGrange; Sunday,
Joseph Jefferson defines himself savages was 1,600- "aIL. JUlI. All are cordially invited to attend. Leave Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street at 5 a. m., Tuesdays and Saturdays, fur IMitL
happily 000,000 persons. U. A. GBIOBK, Pastor. The Sanford EnMJrrlne and intermediate landings. on the St.John's River.

s on the subject of inspiration in acts Only six person out of each 1,000 live Florida Leaves Sanford 5 a. m., and Enterprise 8:3O a. m., Mondays .and Thursdays. for Jllck.un'lIIe..
ing.to I like to feel little "
my part ,
to be 76 years old, and only one reaches CATHOLIC CHURCH.
he says' "and I also like to have my art the century mark. Agricultural SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE KORTH IIUD
well in band-my heart warm and Service at 10 a. m. every Sunday In new Read down. Bead! up.

head cooL my The statistics of 1890 show that, talc Church building, North Tltuavllle. Children' College Leave 3.30 p. .... ................ ........Jacksonville............ .... ........ Arrive 3.JU.
ing the world over, there are 109 adult oatecblHUi at 8 p. m.RKV. the national Gov 8.45 p. m. ................ ...... .....1'alatku................... ........ Leave u.OO p.i
Cardinal Meitel, who it a nonagenarian J. F. O'BOTLB, Rector. Is supported by grant from all students from 3.00 a. in. ........... ........... ... Astor ............... ....... .... ilep.(() '
' females to each 100 adult males. ernment. All tuition. free and to female Women 4.30: a. m. .. ........ ...............St. Francis. ....................... .... ." 1311 :
has worn the purple for 88 years.! The latest anthropological statistics board Florida.with Open famine to /male In town. Men board at 5.30 a. m. ........... ........... BeresfordBine .... ............... ........ II 12.110 e.l <
I' j He is not a priCl but a deauon. When College Muss Hall for 10.00 per month. A most '< eon a. m. : .::::: : Spring::::::::::::::::::::::::: :1 I 11.3d.I r
" I the had show that the world's birth rate exceeds ITEMS OF INTEREST. location. attends all Arrive sac a. in.. :::::::::::::: : : ..Sanford ... 1 < t.l
popes temporal power, it was its death rate in ratio of 8 to 1.Husley' healthy of College surgeon/ under 82S a. in. ...... ............Enterprise!: .. .................. .... II 1 U.3ll..t
not uncommon to find cardinals who a students a graduate; free Of charge.West Point.Military Four discipline course of- .. ... .... ......... .. .....o.FU. Railroad Wharf (Sanford)........ .... .......... .....I280p!
t I were not in holy orders at alL tables of the weight.of man A picture of the first steam engine iso nHtructlon-Agricultural, Mechanical, Latin

W' !t Mrs. Tom Thumb, who was the wife show that the human frame is made op be found In a Venetian translation of In iulentlflo Laboratories.and women'Give degrees Superior; of equipment If. O. and Gen'I Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville

of the celebrated dwarf, is an enthnitiaatio of 18 different chemical elements.In 157S of the book of Hero of Alexandria. A.It. UiittlneK course giving free Instruction
In penmanship, bookkeeping, business law, J. A. LK8LIK, Supt. JNO. HOWARD, Fla. Fr't Agt. F.1\.lnoNMoNoEK, JII.,Jo1a.raot.Ar
I. cyclist, as la also her present hus the human family more males than Gold can be beaten 1,200 times thin. short hand, type-writing and telegraphy.Fall JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

:''1 ..1' band Count Magre who in only 80 inches females are born into the world. In ner than common writing paper. One term open Monday.full October Information 5th,, THJCO. O.EOOKH,T. M.? A. J COLE, General Passenger Agent, 1\1. H.CL\'DE,A.T.I
I high and rides a machine which, of Europe the proportion is 106 to 100. ounce of that kind of gold leaf will address HIM. For, catalogues giving 8 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.

course,, was made especially for him. High grade microscopes show that the cover 1,460 square feet. O. CLOTH, President, WM. 1'. CLYDE & CO., General Agents,

1'1' .]' Dr. G. W. Drake of Chattanooga, human body is covered with minute The banana is laid to be the most pro- Lake City, Florida.JUftW B Bowling Green.New York. 1,. So. Delaware A",I'hlllld.lpllio

"' : president of the Tennessee State Medical scales, each scale covering 800 pores. liflo of all food products, being 44 times .

aaaolation, is a native of Virginia and The average weight of the brain of more productive] than potatoes and 131 --=

,I.t t' i was among the first in his state to enlist the adult mnle of the human species the lines more than wheat. ? tn*'.: MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

\ I in the Confederate service. He ranks world over Jj 8)$ pounds; of the female I The Yuma desert wan once a salt sea R BEER TAMPS WHY MOT HAVE YOU.',

I among the leading physicians of Ten. 9 pounds' 11 OUDC(> .-St. Louis Re- of considerable area, a fact which is WORK DONE BY QUICK I

: 1 nc oo.l public. proved by the tons of oysters and other CHEAP AND r A RELIABLE Florida. New York,

seashells found in the sands just be- BFA55 FIRM. STEELOIES.WAX] Philadelphia and Boston,
l' 1 PADDOCK AND TRACK. neath th. surface. EALS SEALS. BRASS CHECKS-1
Ea.,; to 1'1..... TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIES Sailing; from Brunswick, Ga., direct to New Yuri.
Hulda II ::08" by Guy Wilkes is Fifty years ago John Keen, a Chester
\ : ,
The of
Ik king Arugon once said, .
Pa. farmer out his initials PASSENGER SERVICE.Steamer
I county ( ) on i BIGGEST PLAN'
now a member of George Starr's: stable. STEEL sar0a3Rlliill ,
i "There are four things in the world the back of a turtle. He found it the '' 5WD5N1. I Mr train leave Jacksonville (Union. Depot), "*.
A movement is on foot at Oil City, worth living for-old wine to drink, other day, much and with ae.r. IN THE SOUTH RAIL," F. C. & P. R. R. on Thursday only, 4.05: p., m. AmKrunHwick '
l to form fair and association. old wood burn old books very grown rase 7:30: p. in. l'all8engen going at once' on !besteamer. '
i J a.. a racing to to read and no signs of old ago. .
", old friends to converse with Through car without transfer, Jacksonville to Brmi?*M
Roentgen rays have been used to take
1 Silver Chime, a grandson of Chimed., The king wan satisfied with any old pictures of flowers. They show the Who PROPOSED SAILINGS I

worked a mile in 2:10: % at Columbus thing.-Washington Times. ovules inside the ovary in an unopened Wanted-An Idea of m.-*lmpltntaa think Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R., a::30.<1. m, Standard Time) Lv. Bruin1

O.The. bud, the seeds within a seed vessel, and bring to patent? Friday. AUI(. 7..... ......... ...... ...RIO GRANDE...... ............, ..Friday, A.1
, dam of the The .mml..IU. Sag. Watts JOAN WaDVEKBIIRNya: CO. PN.I Litoornan : :: Friday, AUK 14..... .. ............ ...........COLORADO.... ..., ..................Frlilay, A '
i great filly Expressive, even the veins upon the white petals of .L Wublncton. O. O.,for their .I. uu prUM ea.. Friday. ,AUK, 21.... ......... .. .........RIO GRANDE...... ...... ........ .. .FrldagAl?
>21126> has a filly foal by Advertiser, "Wit, said the Onmminsville sage, a flower. ail 11s*of two hundred Inveuttou) wanted Friday. ,AUK. 28..............................COLORADO. .................. ...Friday, 3,1t!
2 abyj: "is dependent largely on environment.That Friday, Sept.4.. ..... ........................RIO GRANDE. ............. .......... Frlilay!; Sept
a man should be a bright and For general. information ste.men trains rates eto. apply to any railroad agent ur10
The DuBois trotters at the farm
l near A. P. MURPHY Trav. .7acksonvile. CHA8. DAVIES 8t.JocktuDIII1r:
shining light at a 5 o'clock tea is no Agent Agent,220 W. Bay
Denver are being bandied by J. W. H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent,Rrun8wlck,Ga.

Weaver. indication that he would amount" to E ................. .. ......... ......... .. .... ( C. H.MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, E. River, alld3112 Broadway, N.t.
anything the bleachers. No. -Cincinnati
Before the Cleveland meeting tho beet .::::;
Enquirer. .....THE......
mile that Deuzetta had been asked to go

i was 2 :11. HI Error. # # LADIES *

A woman in Kalamazoo bas invaded .t A Boon to Florida 4

the field of the veterinary with
! I surgeon View It with oponed-eyed surprise '
.' ,
E t' Christian science.
'
and purchase with Inward
. Arthur J. Caton's young sire, Red

't) Heart, has another new performer in satisfaction. : : : : : : : Water Works for Your Homes 1

; Bonnie Red 3:20. ,

I 1 Lottie Loraine and Pearl G are now
\ the champion pacing mares, each with felt 1'r.i'f.Yr :d 5e rye syr .Yt .it'*1x:11 Etc, under your own Control

I a record of 3:00)(,.
I N. I
I Doug Thomas will have Wiggins, IT ShIMMERS WITH
,
+j'' 2:19", who did so well last season aa a
I ,I 3-year-old, ready to start soon. -I BEAUTY.IDEATING.:- YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO

''I t, Star Eddy, by Jerome Eddy, 8:18", I

I'I dam by Bherman: 9S8){, took a record .. THE REST

", of 9 :37}j in Connecticut last week.

j 14 The bookmakers at Iron Hill, Md., Patrick-Och, phat a tale I be ter BICYCLE. Used with open and driven wells

to book in be running the same way aa the bull. and
attempted run a foreign opposition springs lakes. A few minutes workat
to the authorities. Arrests fol. JPhaU, it's the opposite way I'd have Art Catal"/rae/ 4et. In Stump.
an air pump delivers the water all
Jow d. gone if I'd had sinse.-Truth.

KEATING WHEEL CO., over your house with pressure. No cost

---------- -- --- HOLYOKE, MASS. to. operate. No windmill or overhead

1 .. . ....... .. .. ... tank.
c.. E Simple and durable -... '" J"\

Write or apply for particulars: to the BUCHER'S S: :I
Pneumatic Water Worit :
ADVOCATE :
or toBearing
System. r .jl. '

FREYER &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow &: Co., for either or Domestic Public mrpo .. ,f[ .

& Co. 'f
Dearlnir, Panlow :
(Successors to TIlE A, B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. P R.LOW Ita,.Ma ": 1rM.A ..


Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise.

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A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We .
DEALERS
purchased In January last the immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet IN -
music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out Fine: 'VLTinea: and Lic Uc r
the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full
, line of the celebrated Conover New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos. .
",.
i : .with a big B. BUMkwvU's Oeonlno Bull We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200: more than we 417. .tl& W. Buy St..
BEST baaa Islostolaa br; t .elt. You will nod on. ask for them : JACKSONVILLE ..
, POD lnld muob two ounce bag,aud two coupons Conover,.tlle K. wal. .... .... .$3'n.) Halne 1\1'01I., style 6, raah. .. .. ... ..'Zno FLA.
4 Inside cult tour vuuo NIl oCI Ii, eb..... .. .. .... .325 Schubert, >. IB.... ...... .. .. .. Tie Rye and Bonrbon MTiUkle. from
"I II a .F, el> .2': ;Malcolm Love, wal.. .. .. . 2.10 to pallon. fl.1II ,
; II II J. wal..... ... ....... ... 31NI Steinway eb.... ....... ... .. 2.VKvertt > Brandies from .1.75 to '3.111
' BlackwelrsGenuine a II ;\1,elt.. .. ,. 'WI eb.. . .. .. elm: per gallon.
II II K.I. .... .. 3l.1: Kh'l8hlll'.tfleR el).. .. .. .. 333 lAna ar Mountain a Specialty of North Caro.
i Ic.nllnll", style' 2'J, wal.. .... ;krl eb.. . ... :Son Dew Corn WhUkey, three
1 .. .. J, n..b.... ?. 900 Knabe Grand .,.,........ :ZVBtuyvetaut years old, f:iM per gallon.
;; Durham a "T.wat. .. .. 2711 eb. .. ...... .. 173 -V--I gal. 2:ctt.2 gal.,Met, 3 gal.. PURE
a u 1, eb.. .. .... ::11\11'. wal .. ... . 2noNewiby sort..
}tainee Hr..a II, eb... .. .... .. ... 21MI &lE"an. eb. .. ... .. 1J9Ja : heo pt.. *1IIOpl.'I; yibbl..
.. ? a 3eb.. .. .. ..... ... .1111 >. M.Star, .b............ ...... ....... loon
Smoking: Tobacco u u 3, ..1\1\() Morrt lot Parties living in Dry Town will d.-
Some of these pianos have been rented but we have had them re-polished and well [voner from u*. a* we can car* f
and na4 the eou hem M cent
Buyabagof tbla..lebra&ed tetweeo ponwulon per on all order.
l them.L put in thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re $ 4 rwS
gWM austofvalsabt.y.e.sal.aadhowtOge book and delivered f. b. Jacksonville diM2T'!! new
funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, Instruction o. 5 "P"n account unless
; cash or installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. suitable JaduonTllle reference I III given: .
FREYER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, I\o Goods Mot C. O. D. to Dry Towns.

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? WORLD. easily that they leave but few marks be- looks ridiculously abbreviated on a tall For Attorney. :EJC> ? aft.Th. t

hind them.-New York Ledger. woman and is disfiguring and absurd npIIE friends. of Col. 1). L. Gnulden .. --- ,-- I
on a short stoat one.-New York Post. I hereby announce his name as a candid '
|R HUNTRESS WHO HAS ESTAB- Woman' Enlarged Opportunities. ate for the position of Prosecuting! Hotel Placid Opened 8- ;
LISHED A RECORD. The rapid advance of women to occu- A Shrewd nuloeM Wom.. Attorney for Brevet county at the January 1894-
pations in which they are not only-able Mrs. Magdalena Junk is her own democratic primary election! ;

L Women-Woman'* Enlarged Op. to: earn a living but to distinguish brewer. She brewa on a large scale in JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. f fIn

tiallMiprofeMor I | Morin' Mitchell. themselves by the manifestation of exceptional Chicago, supporting her father mother For Kopresentntlve.SKHASTIAN the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west i
..wd to I'Bnnler ability, ill evident to any one and sis small children in more or less one block from Hay. Everything entirely new. Klvgantly: furnished throughout ;
Girl Io Ormy-Opp who ia luxury on the proceeds. She knowa all FI.A., May 7, 1M>tI. Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus moots nil trains. Terms :'J.50: per day nod ,
h .wd BunloeM Wom.n. The higher acquainted education with of the women subject.ia about standards and chip casks and can hereby announce myself a candidate upwards :Special; rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor. .

Whipple was raised on A run the engine or oil the ice machine I before the Democratic primary oleci .
Mary sending them out in great numbers into __ <_
S in Wisconsin, where she grew upI the fields which have been hert'toforeooouplE'd if necessary. She knows the name, age tlnn i for the position of member of the u .
the boys, her brothers and cousins, and pedigree of every one of the 50 louse of Representatives of the L gls- !
exclusively by men Large horses in her well kept stables. She laturo of the State: of Florida.
Ig with them their boyish sports.they numbers become teachers, and a still Grand View Hotel
knows all about the proportion of 11. A. )iLi 1lEE.
went out hunting for small larger number are married, but the recognition .. ij
[ like squirrels and rabbits she al. of the fact that, women of caducity amides and peptones needed' to make (
[went along eager to tako part in can find positions anywhere good beer and can tl'llM well as a practical : For County Judgo. --.

hooting. which they are qualified to fill shows ; chemist how munch boiling is required
ter phe grew up and married her that public opinion in regard to their to destroy the poisonous proteids. To the People of Drevnrd County : TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA .
for hunting was as strong as ever employment bus vitally changed. Everyone Every morning at '7 o'clock Mrs. Junk I am a candidate: again for the positionof ,
whenever an opportunity offered must rejoice in what ia going on is driven to her office, which with its County Judge, and again submit
kvith her husband joined expediin for the lib'ration'and development of oak furniture etchings "brownie" pa- myself to the Democratic, pilmarlea. If

hex own and neighboring states. women in the employments by which jerwcights, etc., shows plainly it belongs ndoavor lam again to nominated serve: the and whole elected people, I as will I RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

was while with one of these expelS they can earn a living. It means that to woman.. Here she works un- have tried to do in the past, In.1 shall
somewhere in Michigan that women are rapidly winning their rightto til; :3< o'clock, signing every check, look. ever bo grateful for tho support} you The office will be in charge of the LOHSKO,
I Whipple shot her first deer, which take places of equal rank with men, lug over every paper herself. She is have given me In the by-gone years,
hne of the largest of its kind. and this menus that the sex are to occupy known as one of the shrewdest buyers whether limo party j \ shall, doom mo worthy As an "All-the-year-round" House.A C-..
sides deer, Mrs. Whipple has killed a different social position from that hl Chicago. Once every week she inspects of renewed favor or not. I fool that I
,atR, wild] duck and other similar which they have formerly held. every nook and corner of the plant have not boon able] though I have done First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel. .
Her great ambition is to kill a It will soon not be necessary for a and not. speck of dirt escapes her keen uy bent, to fully doHorve) time trust you\
She expected to go on a hunting woman to enter into marriage for the -Chicago Correspondence. have generously placed In mo hitherto,
f gray eye. A for the convenience
ition Arkansas last winter, sake of having a home of her own and and I I other myself again for olllco with a carriage, : guests, meet all trains' :

i e she would have a chance to kill she will cease to seek 'for marriage except Milk W.lnta. hope duly mixed with humility .
:1.If :1.
[ more ferocious than a deer MINOR S. JOXKS.Titusvlllo .r. '. 13A JL ,
thing on the terms which are: fair to her Silk waists are quite plainly madea -
[never got any farther down the self. The advance of women in every little fullness in the middle of the Fla., May 83; MM. ( Hotel du Nil, Hirno.:
\ than St. Louis. direction to a larger grasp of the thingsof front and that in the back shirred both
was a year ago this July that she life to greater responsibilities and to at shoulders and waist and full bishop -.---- ---------.------- ---- ------ --- --- ---. --- -- '- ., .
For Tax Colloctor.
her husband with a party of fours a wider field of activity is the bringingof sleeves with narrow cuffs. On some :
started from St. Paul to go down a moral element into society which straps of the material stiffened and I hereby announce myself as a candidate A. HAPrEUSETTK.: .
will be more and more appreciated. lined with pretty silk come from the for re-uloctloti! to the office ofTax IZLSTZDIEAILT.J.

--4 Whatever leads women into larger shoulder seam to the waist. One or two 'the:Democratic Collector, subject primary! to election.the dorlHlou of :: :: RIVER :E3:0'J'EL.
spheres of action tends to the development ornamental buttons are put on each ,
of character and the time ia not strap or they are edged with narrow jet Respectfully} yoiira
distant when the new woman will claim or with one or two rows of white, cream )K. W. HAM.

a place with meat in a much larger field colored or black luce. On some satin TITUSVJLLE,

i than she now occupies.-Boston Herald. ribbon :2)< inches wide forms the strap For Tax Collector I
,
.. Indian
in full shoulder.Womankind. Ilivor.
--- -- ending a bow on the -
ultMIIA Professor Marl Mitchell. '

rig Mrs. Frances Fisher WOOl of New I Herewith announce myself a candidate ., "..."-., Flu.J .
York recently gave a lecture in Buffaloon Mr. Florence Grey. : for the olllco of Tux Collector n. "r : : -
Professor Maria Mitchell. While a Mrs. Florence Qrey who is devotingher If tho voters of lirevard county decide ,'" I .\. ItAPPKHSF/TTK i iMANAOEIt.

student at Vassal Mrs. Wood had an ex- life to the propagation of the chess to give: me their support, I will endeavorto !
justify every confidence placed In me, d
perienoe which illustrates the nobilityand educational theory is a metaphysician conducting the office In bUHlneso-llko w 1
unselfishness of the celebrated woman and writer of considerable repute in Eu Very respectfully
manner. All
; Open Tho Year. 1 jIt
astronomer. One evening Mrs. rope. She was for some time associate LEWIS 1>. LOCKWOOD.For t 44 1'J
Wood, while in the observatory, had in Paris with Mme. Adam in editing a 'J
the rare good fortune to see one of the metaphysical magazine The Light of ''I ,

satellites; of Jupiter over another. Just Paris. She is afro u regular contribute County CIl'r)(. + + a walk Only from iv few inlnnten' I
Railway station
it almost over Miss Mitchell to the English: reviews.DON'T
as was I again otter myself aa a candidate"' for r and Steamboat land ,
came in. Mrs. Wood says: re-election to\ the otllco of County r i ings. !
It was one of tho greatest disappointments Clerk, subject to the decision of the pk i e i "I On the bunks of the I
of her life I know, not to have STOP TOBACCO. Democratic primary election.A. far-finned Indian Illvcr.3NTJUJ '
been there to make the observation, not A. STEWART
MARY WHIPPLE. to have added this to her long list of HOW TO CURE YOUItSI.LFVIIILE TJNDIJR W MANA..CfsIMFNT. "

Mississippi river to the Arkarmaa discoveries. But there was nothing of .- -- .-.-- .. I
up that river to the bear fields in this apparent in her manner. She had USING IT. For Sheriff. 1

(ansas. After killing off the bears Instate me study up the subject and I found The tobacco habit grows:( on a man ii-T : STAiTIN
5 she expected continue ,down that once before the same thing. had until his is I hereby announce myself a candidatefor HOUSE.
nervous system seriously affected the olllco of Sheriff of Drovard
Mississippi to New Orleans, there happened.The .
impairing health comfort and County, Florida\ "' subject to tho notion
in class she said to
peed the winter and in the spring next morning -- -
of the primary elections, and respectfully -
happiness. To
owed by a steamer back to St. Paul. the students, "I must tell you about a quit suddenly is too so- ask the support of my follow citizens. D. J. JONES, Proprietor..
fter leaving St. Paul last July they wonderful observation that was made vere a shock to the system, as tobacco to R. '
.
: it very leisurely enjoying the fine here last night. Than she called me to an inveterate user becomes a stimulantthat jos. r. nOWN

vs along the way, stopping at some the board and made me illustrate the his system continually craves City Point Fin. May 12, MM.: Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms to}
jtty wooded spot for dinner or break observation and read the notes made 'Baco-Curo" is a scientific cure for the ;

I and spending a day picnicking inbe during the time I was looking throughthe tobacco habit, In all Its forms, carefully! I d Families. ;

delightful place stopping to gath- telescope. compounded after the formula of an For Hlierlff. -
buts and making a prolonged picnic Later Professor Mitchell had me send
[the entire trip. In this way they an account of the observation to a scion eminent Berlin physician who has usedit my friends I Insisted on me to an Two Minutes Walk from Central .
Tveled. down the river from St. Pault. tifio journal. The real nobility of her in his private practice since 187 As nounco myself as a candidate for Depot,
Louis in their spacious and coinable nature was shown in her manner of receiving without a failure.: It Is purely vegetable: tho ofllce of Sheriff, on tho Republican
houseboat not reaching St. the intelligence. There was and guaranteed perfectly harmless. You ticket, I herewith ask the support of my .CHATTANOOGA, TJ3NN. '

pia until last November, and here never a thought of self. She was glad can use all the tobacco you want while friends and those who think I am fit for .
remain. But in the fall Mrs. for me that I had made the observation. using .Co-Cllro." It will said office. H. C.' !:IT AltCK. -- --- -- --. -.. r, ._ A

[ipple hopes to carry out their orig. and though it wall a great disappointment when to stop. We give a written notify you. Malabar, Fla., Aug. ;31, '00.
plan of continuing on to Arkansas to her not to have made it herself: guarantee Travelers' Hotei.r.
hunt the bear and from thence to and not to have seen it, she never let to cure permanently any case with .
Orleans to spend the winter. that appear at all. three boxes, or refund the money with 10 For Tax AMMcHHor.

i appearance Mrs. Whipple ia not at per cent interest. "Uaco-Cnro": is not a hereby announce myself ns a candidate -
I bloodthirsty. On the contrary, she Th. Girl In Qr.,. substitute but scientific cure, tint I for ro-oloctlon to the olllco of Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

1 a very kindly expression. Her eyes A pleasing employment of 'gray ia Ina cures without the aid of will power and Tax Assessor of Brevard county subject --
I full and blue with a keen banter'sin dress of a coarse poplin delaine that lit with no inconvenience. It loaves the to the action of the primary elections.
> them and a twinkle. Her embroidered with small gray silk dots. Soliciting the support of all, I remain
pplexion is bright merry; and her hairn. It is made in an untrimmed godet skirt i the system as pure and free from nicotine I\S your obedient servant, This Hotel is now under new management

she ia a little above the mediumht and in a short filled bodice, whose lining day you took your first chow or J. F. WOOTKN.: ,

and of a pleasing figure. fastens in the center. The rovers smoko. and has been
ill in all, this huntress fair would widen at the shoulders and form a narrow thoroughly renovated throughout -
Ve a very nice mouthful for ..Mr.r. turndown collar in back. They are Cured by Ilaco-Curo and Gained Fur School Superintendent.TTEKLIN'O .

.-St Louis Republic. of pale gray faille and the same shade Thirty 1'ouiuld. that there U certain sense
of satin ribbon gives the stock collar r of modesty that forbids our present =======:_- ;t
Elderly: Wo_. and the straps at bust and waist. The From hundreds of testimonials, the (Superintendent I'ubllo Instructionfrom

woman 93 years of age is the secjyof full vest ia dark ecru lace over graysilk. originals of which are on file and opento i announcing himself for reelectionto Bus meets. all Train, and Electric Curs putts door. Hath rooms. and all ..
a woman'a club in Lansing inspection, the following la presented: the above-named position, friends Convenience on every /floor .
th. She ia a relative of William CnlI Concerning these loose fronts it maybe Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark., Jan 28, '9.. take this opportunity of placing the -
I Bryant and one of the moat charm- said in general that the folds grow Eureka Chemical &; Mfg. Co., LaCrosse name of Mr. Jno. II. Sams before the Opzs: .4.11 "the "Year.RatesAmerlcan -
j of companions. of more exact and the fit of the lining to voters of Brevaril for re-nomlnatiou at : Plan $2 to $2,5O
She ia fond ao17. Wis.-Oentlemen : For forty the coming primary election. ; European, 6Oc. to $ t ,00.
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keeps well up with the times, iap loose waists ia becoming more and more I used tobacco In all Special Rates by the Week. :
years Its form For Tltusvllle 5th 1800.)
htly, accurate, dainty and in absolute. Because of thia it ia not safe May ,
admirable. every to risk having a gown altered to fit twenty-five years of that time I was a FINLEY & MORROW, Proprietors. J

Fliers' are many reason \jliy womea yon if it ia wide in the back and narrowin /great sufferer from general debility and -------- ---------- -------.. .
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w lId. The tendency to slump ia one the front unless yon are rare of lots heart disease. For fifteen years I tried for County Trcnnurcr. Jacksonville's; New ]

the first indications of approaching to spare in the front. to quit but couldn't. I took various To the Voter at the Democratic Primaries HOTEL MELBOURNE Fire-Proof Hotel
Irs. This ia a fatal error, and unless The narrowing of the back will aleeem remedies, among others "N'o-To-Bac," : a
Ikea .up at the outset; ruins the figure, to pull from the' front and whoever "The Indian Tobacco Antidote" "Don hereby offer myself ns A candidate ,
I style and the habit of the Individ- undertakes the job will look in. ble Chloride of (Hold" eta, etc, but I for re-election to the office of Treasurer MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA Hotel Geneva -
U credulous when you call attention to none of them did me the least bit of of Brevard County. I refer to my 4

[he prim trim, natty and up to date the fault in the front and remind you box good.of Finally however, I" purchased a record during the past; and, If elected, Open all the year round Good FI"h-1
'sly woman ia scarce indeed. If she that when you first tried the gown you your "Baco-Curo, and It has will give to the duties of the office the Cor. Foriytlt mill Cctlur IIta", y
hot antiquated and stuffy, she is like- pronounced the front all right. Thia entirely cured me of the habit In all Its same diligent attention and watchfulcare Ing Hunting and Yachting, Hates,
forma and
I have
fo be frivolous and giddy and when statement ia likely to baffle you, and pounds' In weight and am Increased relieved thirty from an In the past .2./jO! and upwards. -"Macksonvllle, Fla. l '

romaa of years gets to do that thet many and many a woman 1188 meekly all tho numerous aches and pains of Your obedient servant, I'roprl.etreMK, Mil.. C. 3. HKCTOU. Modern Improvement
thing she can do is to make her taken an unsatisfactory gown just because body and mind I could write a quireof AUTHUIt T, FEASTKIl. Every .jfloor Gas. natJ!., etc, on. I jll
II I and die she felt that she must have been and Electric '!.
suddenly. Age need not be paper upon my changed feelings and Lights, I'uitsonger{ Klevator. Artlntlcally
km or too sober, but it should alwaysp capricious.-Philadelphia Time condition. For Trenmircr. High Glass and Elegantly Fur'' I
its dignity and remember that Yours respectfully, P. II. MAHUUBT, nlahed. .*, v ,
f Wish manners are but an exceeding- OppoMd to PMnlera. Pastor C. I'. Church, Clayton Ark. the advice of some of my mimer-
POOr veneer to cover the inroads of Many dressmakers are using tbei 10 Sold by all druggists at *1.00) per box; BY friends, I announce' myself ana (f) Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00. 1
be. finance against coming gowns to be three boxes (thirty days' treatment candidate for County Treasurer, to be Garpetings .
here are many instances where wom- made with panuiera style we hear $2.50, with iron-chiwritten<< /guaranteeor ),. voted for at the next county election, "_k I, Je.t..on A PI.U..II..n. ,
|of 70( or 80 years have been the queens considerably of and note among a few went direct upon receipt of price. and will thank my friends for their support Mp.cl.l f8etes for th. !Hummer.ED. ,1'
1 society and the centers of attraction of the advance Parisian styles for au Write for booklet and proof Eureka Respectfully, )
lerever they appeared but it ia pertly tumn. The pannier is really an improvement Chemical( Alfg. Co., La; Crosse, Win., cnn. JO, FISCHEK. H. E. 'CLARK OWENS, Prop. .
> safe to say that these were not to at least two type of women- and Boston, Jtass.WINTEBSpIITB'S. : -
the extremely slim, straight up and ,
giddy, butterfly, fluttering women
{
o monopolise all of the time and down women lacking hip and those For County Treasurer. 38 West to PiATHOffi THE TEM ROUND
The first Bay St.,
with them.
overbleaeed are
to absorb all of the air in the TITUSVIM.K:, FLA., Aug. 25, 'M. ;
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greatly Improved in : by pan-
appearance
eat
They have, without exeop- Jacksonville Florida
been gentle niers", and the very broad woman can AT the republican convention held at ;,
quiet dignified good
: 1 cover this defect with these draperies, Contains no arsenic. Melbourne on the 18th Inllt.. I was BWBp '
and clear headed women, who H nominated for the office of Announcea the opening of his Spring 5'IM' .=...
as
their' modifying the fashion to unit. her own 35 years success county treas new ;#
thought :of years how so many gracefully decade that they no individual requirement _If we wish I a purely vegetable and urer'part hut without being any so nominated solicitation, I have on concluded my Stock of,Reluct and exclusive pattern of 09' "'"' rfA.flu2OM1u3Q'ACHFORAPLAT'i ';3
an example to predispose in favor of L eaves no bad effects.
resented. UMDl!
to accept the honor, a* fine grade. and'
my Carpeting
be secret of becoming old age ia to pannier effect, we have only to study Last year produced opinion hall always been that the office Matting i
pt the ituation and the dainty figure on dresden china ainl housands of testimonials. houUi\ neck the man-not the ''man theotlce. I RdlS}and Shadea la all sizes and, color. cli l Vector* .t C..r..im.lo i Moderate '

fie attention. po aible. There'iat the watteau devices charmingly paint. One I shall not follow the usual caw rates.., solid comfort ntjOIl! ostentation
for people of 60 or 70 to act or feel ed on costly fans and what modern M 50 cent bottle tom by making; a personal cnnv H. of the Send' tot Sample and 1'rlcen, and you good fishing,.good cooking. ..Ii
With reasonable care tar theirth mode in gowning shows ns anything ever fails county; but If the voters, In their judgment will be pleated. t r.. t
and a determination to make the half so attractive Panniers are decidedly I n breaking' the chills. should ee fit to elect me, 1 should a I w
II more becoming than the now popular C all for Wintersmith's.AtTNUM do my beat to perform the duties of the What do 'you need In the'''way. of ;
everything: the dj ya slip.by so office and to the envelopes, note and
honestly beet ,
of lettefhoada bill
abort, bobby, frilly basque bodice, which PITH ft CO.. .......*.w,I.. ability. my AWNINGS heads, statements -J\?' ,
......" ....... tagscards, etoP j
-- THOS. T WBTMORX. For your Store or Residence. work.We shall be glad to have a share of your J, ,


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,." t I k '' I'"ilIcyllIeOI I I., IMiuits. some have lumber so much for- a dollar, Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S.Gov't Report

...t" Homo have sugar or potatoes or hams or
.TIj :, ." .A hlkka: hp /5 to 7-iu., $:tO per 1,000. coal or something elite, all so much for a THE ROBBINJUGRAHAM COI
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I yq I X to 1ln. /and up, $XO dol'nr; we have advertising l and sulHcriptlons -
i .I 0'' I a'' per] 1.W10.(' ) so much for a dollar. When Baking
, i 't "ki/I' fSgckerH In propoitlon. we want one of tliOHO silver dollars, we VAI Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
I '\ 1,1'1 Smooth Cayenne, {((20( per hundred. cannot go and take It; they don't belongto
, $ a J. & I''. M. 'J'YLKH, IIH; tlicy belong to the men who took
1 a, l; Fort I'ierise Pinery. the silver to. tile mint to be coined. If LVJ Powder LAW, :LOANS, REAL ESTATE.We .
. l, ''I, ,:i we took one, It would be stealing.\ If
"
I we asked for one for nothing, it wouldbo
Tlr' For Male!, 1 bi3gl! K' If the owners gave us one B! OILIJTEI.Y PURE have for sale a large list of
''I r for nothing, it would! be a gift. If we _._ carefully
!' t Common and fancy pineiipplo plantsFurty borrowed' one, It would cost us interest, -- ------ ------------- --- ------- selected Indian River Properties.

1 acres to select from. Lemon and and fit) on. Most of us, to get one, must ruwbrltlge l Improvements.Our I -Send to the ADVOOATK office and
t.\ :l other citrus treeM.'J trade, labor, lumber, sugar, coal, adver- /get free Information respecting the new Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Lirt
f .J A&lF-1i UOI.MKH I, tlHliig or something to get it. This Is HoHcliind correspondent) writes ns waterworks system for houses, farms, Canal and Transportation Co.
I i Jensen, Fin.Fiuioy absolutely and honestly so, Isn't it ? follows : etc. No overhead tanks used. This Is
1 __ Well, being so, why do we take any The bridge.. gang arrived '3at.nnla.vnight said to be a tine invention. Circulars
'iNAL LANDS.Florida
tI chances on the dollar ? and are engaged! in constructing u sent to any part of the south, free. 1C. .
I 1 : IMncnpplo PlantH. Wo cnn get !gold now. It Is worth 100 new frame for the drawbridge. Several Southern Hallway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West
''I cents the dollar minor Improvements will be made Railway Compan
,Jt on everywhere. So we which Indian River Loan and '
I'' Lands. DIsston Company's. Investment ,
;J., 1f' Hardy, vigorous grown without shel have supposed the silver to be; but sup will make the draw much safer to opera and other Low Price Lnn'ds. Co
'' ter. Prices on application to pose It Isn't-what then ? What Is the ate; but it will Btlll be the old "jack- FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall .
!, ''q' 1 I E. V.! B. TYNDALL, tine of taking a chance unless we can do knife" draw. on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
I 27mar6mo Waveland, Flu.Consult better? A silver dollar won't be worth Titusville, Fla. Shoes madeto
j 0 I Ir.o" more than 100 cents, will It ? We are Town Registration Hooks. order In fine style.JEWELERS. Titusville. Florida.
I t l getting that now. Let well enough alone.
ii' g JnmcH Mott Somo say duty compels a democrat to
. v buck up and vote for a democrat. You The Tltusville registration books are
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\ 'e have Bryan's word that he la no demo now open In the drug store of Fred. 8. I
I Orlando for lemon
Nursery, ,
j r
I orange Fred S. Chaffee
ChafTee & Co., Mr. Chaffee having been &Cot
r 'I and grape fruit trees, grape vines and crat. Let him darn deny that he saidIt.
appointed town registration officer, and
to 1, Marshal: Nicl roses. Some say that it Is pretty bad now;
I will remain so until ten days before the ,
wo well take chance It can'tbe
ra L J AS MOTT, might as a -
It worse. What kind of Is next election.! It Is necessary that every. L'J
tomfoolery
i Orlando Fla.
i this ? When our baby lay at death's. one who is entitled and wishes to vote ESTBl.iSHEO/ 068 r .{ FRED s. CHAFFEE, TITUSYILLE L
L. r er door, did we do any experimenting? should register, as the former. registration JACKSONVILLE FLA Registered Pharmacist. i
11 We tried everything. which would cure, books were destroyed some time
Piano for Halo. but we did not oxpoiiment. ago by the tire. A Complete Assortment of

e A fine, mahogany, square piano for Are things bad in a business way ? -- .-------..---- _-.-.._.
alo In TUimvlllo; cost #500) ; will sell for Let us tell you something to try. Vote PURE DRUGS and Sundries
Druggists
{ t $:.!(IIO cash. or on time. down this crowd of rcpudiators. Tell For Winter of 1897. }* s
1 For further 11111'11 tu lars address<< the world In trumpet tones in November
,. q' ,,:- PIANO that wo want the best money, that wo r 9 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. *-
1 ,n r Cue, of ADVOCATK, will take no other, and business will Choice Budded Florida Orange Grape Fruit
J TituevilleFla. revive. Let the capital out that Bryan : We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
I I and bill followers have scared undercover

1', a Fruit Wanted. Trade, and Journal prosperity, N. will Y. come.-Lumber and Lemon Trees. We want your trade. Give us a trial,


f w ; .' I Ripe, or nenrly ripe pineapples also Choice Line of Cigars: Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfumery,
I ; A Card. Toilet articles Brushes Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
I; Strictly First-class and True to Name. ,
i ,1 guavas mangoes, sugar-apples/ alligator
for Stencils and Rubber .
I; .1 rrrAgents:: Stamp1
i peasr, limes, bananas and other tropical
CI t and semi-tropical fruits wanted. The To the Voters of Rrevard County' : Also Peach, Plum and Pear Trees, Grafted) Persimmons, Strawberry Plants, Roses,
+ f I highest market price paid. And In fact everything grown in a. first-class Nursery.

fl Ipi i ; ITogan Address street, It., Jacksonville C. Kalim, fruit, Fla.dealer, 25 and Gentlemen remarkable: After campaign a most, in which arduous 1 It :35J" Write for prices or call on :EJ: I:: :..._ :ee..A.C:: : ,

. k, was necessary to hold two elections, I GEO. II. WRIGHT, Orlando, Fla.
i feel gratified to find myself again chosen Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer.
I 4t, as your candidate for the office of county Hay
,
': Budded Orange Tree treasurer. Prompt. Reliable. Responsible ,
i ; I -- Tills/ expression of your confidence and I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

I 1 4 'Ser era] thousand choice budded) orange manifest partiality for me !In the face of u- IS. IMt .TTXJli:: : .:: : 5s CO., St'aplc Ac ,F>fhney O3-rooer-ie s, Fruit
b; 'tree/, two to five feet, of the following so powerfully supported a competitor as
1
and other varieties : Harts Late, Jaffa, was contesting the race with me, l la well Wholesale -' And Food ProductsOf
calculated to make me feel proud of All Kinds. Also) Stock of
1 Indian River, Mediterranean Sweet:! Par' my My
1 Bon Brown. Grape fruit and lemontrees record and standing In the esteem of my Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.
i Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
In variety, also a limited number of fellow citizens. But this pride shall not Hay, ,
', {,, ''t the following rare fruits : Pineapple turn into vanity-It shall only urge me Ground :Food and Wheat.I .

1 i c ,t { and King orange, Marsh's Seedless and on and to more that the noble confidence ambition to not earn alone more of Our Specialties :Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Pineapples, Peas, Potatoes, o am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: :, In the above line of

} (' of 1'oar-shaped all the leading grape citrus fruit.fruits Also, ornamental budwood- those who have already given it to me by Onions, Grapes, Nuts, Limes, Guavas, Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Honey, etc..Reference Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit

r r trees, plants, roses, etc. their votes, but also of those who voted :-T. II.SHgh Lady Lake, Fla.; W. M. Williams, shipper, Fruitland, your patronage. Very truly
l i ll Prices on application ton against no, many of whom I know did Fla.; The Trade In General., Write or wire for prices. :::ED. L. :BR:: .ADY.EDi2'iIARD .

'i :&: j A. L. City HATCH Point, Fla.Kilabllched do for so reasons not out known of disregard to them for which me,were but 1 O6 Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

1 devout and humane.To _B3T- Hotels Supplied on short notice with anything on the market. A good ILI1'V"G....
.. -'__ all of you, my friends, I herewith stock always on hand, at lowest price. S
offer my sincere thanks, and reiterate
t 1883. that I will promptly fulfil the promises I GoooA. F'lori: .LL,
M' have made regarding the duties of the
;l i L. BARBOT &: CO. office. The NewSelden c" URALKK IN.Wood ........
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Very respectfully yours,
General Commission. AHTHUII 1'. FKASTKU. and Metallic


j The Olllcinl<
A 1 i: O ;g If8 VY ga' Coffins and Caskets

I ILl :3-o! < :s-- We give below the official count of the p ALATKA: :J.i"IIZ-.A.:
.sc;;>> .s ,
( y WI : : votes cast at the primary, hold on Saturday
I i the 12th Inxt., to decide the tie Will about October 1st, 180(1( turn the steam on to Zino and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department Is un
329 & 331 1 St. der the
of
Poydras management an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using the
w 3 4'' ; w' NEW ORLEANS, vote between Messrs. Feaster and One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind most improved methods of embalming. All orders by mail or wire receive prompt
, J i iI LA. Fischer, and to nominate a county. 1111rveyor attention. EDWARD STILING,

x f} I t,' Hb'f TlK\CI<: f Canal Metropocltanflanknt flank.q on the democratic ticket: and General Wood Working Plants in the United States Cocoa, Indian River, Fla.

+ t lulII.llorclll.i: A(eiioliin. For Co. TroH. For Co. Surv'r
e: 14 t +..-.. Veantor. Fischer. Swain. Hell.FrlenLaOrango And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
411: 5 10 0 31 years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect tile best THE DECANTER.
{: Titusville 07 4\:\ 110 311 M possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
Seed Beans City Point 8 21 ft 1 27 Door, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings., Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, eto.
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liockledKO 3l; 117 4
7 87: :enaker
Losley
Eau Unllio 23: 21 1J\: :\ :3 J c
Melbourne S 10 (0 J 7 10 ,
1000 1. Ph nlx
to Malabar :3 I 3 0(J 0 G The St. Augustine Cycle CO. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rums, Gins and Whiskies,
Sebastian
ibt 2U ,1:1: 0 I) 1 3dHt.
I ; ,i UKFUUKK: : BEANS.I Lucie DO 12 10:12: IS !Union!!! ,. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.

r TOIL SALE NOW Eden I 0 23:! 5 0 21 = Has the best line of wheels A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.
Ft. Drum 8 11JO() 0 0Narrows g Diamonds
Family and hotel trade l is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail
li: :3 10 0 0 and sundries in the state. All /
j $3.90 bushel Georgian 2 1) 0 1 11 a Excels. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER Titusville,FU
per Merrltts 10 Kinds of
2t& U 4 0 bicycle repair work
} $1.00 1 per peck, Canaveral 8 12: 0 1 17
and other Ladies wanted Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton State and International ExpoSition,
1 15cts per quart, Haulover 0 3 8 0 0 neatly done. Atlanta,Oa., 181)5.

z v'' 1 Octs per pt. Spruce Ankouti Bluff 1 No 3 vote :2 1 1 and Gents in Stock. F. W. BEERS, Prop.

t Mlooo :2 7 0 0 10 THEtIS H. HAMMOND COMPANY
At The Banyan 4 17 1 10 10
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White City 5 15 1 U 13: OEORO MARX. JOHN JIARX.
W.oodlcy 10 0 :3 0 7 !
l - MARX BROS. PORK AND
BEEF
vera PRODUCTS.
:, J A grocery (Coe Total: 300 :i25: : If1U\ 1 3-1 12: Wholesale Dealers In ,


Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, 111.
Remember O-rocerios Fruit aril Prod.Los.
the ADVOCATE does nil : : : .
j Titusville, Florida.WOKKlNGMKXt kinds of Job Printing.! 131 and 133 KMt Day Street and 93 and ,95 Newnan Street Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fin):

::=.1- J a.o:1E.IEI: I onvilld: : 0 Florida: : >L.

t 1' Sanders vn. Harris.SKUASTIAN Special Low Prices on Canned Meats.

ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY

E A Let us not got mixed up with complex: : FLA., Sept. 15:\, 'Ilt}. v'r1"'te"O.& :ror Pr1oe&
matters In connection with the free silver Rililur Atteucnu i TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you hare In the way of Fruit and Vege
1 idea. Let us not befog/, our brain tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the beat Seed Potatoes and Cow
l 'wtf 'p I with al'"UfllentlllLbout tho crime of '73: Mr Sanders says he failed to Iliul any Pens. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.
or other with the innny theories which reply to his article of Aug. 28th. I answered
i r the advocates of free silver are giving I part of his questions; and< : 1 UM. lint let us take t a common sense
, 4 1d P view of the situation. whether I know that a prominent official BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES FLORIDA.In .
' 1; y Now, to start with. Suppose Bryan had said to him that lie did not want ,
1' HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ?
'I was elected and the free coinage act had the county court abolished, I had It from order to induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits In the Counties named, the
4 been passed, and that free coinage was
good authority, und him the
an actual fact. Suppose that silver gave names FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY Re-
of reliable men who heard thin CO. will for the next 9 months make a
could be taken to the mint, and county If not, don't you think ought to have: one? I have got the Five Minute
1 coined Into silver dollars at the ratio of official say that he told him. he same. White Mountain Triple Motion you Freezer, at the viz daction of Twenty-Dye Per Cent on Price of Its Lands in loon Counties,
following prices, :
18 to 1. How would
that
affect us? We As to the article which Mr. Sanders .
haven't any silver to coin. A whole lot alleges Capt Hardee had published I 1 quart at. . .$ 1.30 each. For term and Prices apply to OR UNTIL DECEMBER 13th, 1895Z3f *
' of people who own silver mines have it, :2 quart . .. 1.30 each. D. C.
SUTTON
S and ao they could have It coined Into 111 wrote the article myself and sent It to 3 quart at. . . 1.80 each. W. C. VALENTINE or W. R. MOSES, West Palm Beach, Fla.
,i to 1 dollars; but, not having any ourselves the Star, and It was returned. I wrote 4 quart at.. 2.20 each. F. S. MORSE Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
t M' we could not have a solitary, sin another and sent It to Capt. Hardee at These prices are only good until the stock Is exhausted. Keep your eye on Fie or to
JAS.
gle dollar coined under the free silver act. Titusville knowing that he was there this Bargain Column. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
Now suppose, however that all the and asked his advice aa a friend about AUGUSTINE FLA
; silver mine owners and others who had publishing It, and he thought It wu
silver took It all to Washington or Philadelphia unnecessary to bother with It. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART THE (-x,.
or to some other United) States:! Now, Mr. Sanders says he had proof ,
t mint, and had It coined Into 10 to 1 dollars that Capt. lUrdee wan having the articlepublished. GEO.
: .f ; and suppose so much had been lie has failed to bring any (Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. * WIEDEMAN BREWING COMPANY,
soinedthat' all the silver In the world proof-only supposition. I denied It in
I i was made Into 10 to 1 dollars and sup former article aa falsehood and have FOR SALE BY Brewers of Fine Beers Standard Elm Pale d IU8Dchen
pose that every one of these dollars were nothing to take back, and If a man did Lager,
piled in one heap right on the next: block, not make: such charges he would
I ro and suppose every single one of them have to defend himself against them.never EDWARD STILING..... .......-... .. .......... .. .. THOS. A. BETHEL. Manager. Bridge St.
wan worth 100 cents here and everywhere Mr: Sanders has never stated why he .
-what good would they do us, ignored the petition of several hundred The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. :::: : ;; $ar'' I Jn oacaelonvill: F1or1.d.a.:
unless we had something we could trade voter of Brevard county asking for the CI Garden 10 dozen pints Amber. _.. . ..$9.00. .
by which we could got one t Well, we abolishment of the county court.Respectfully suitable rows, suitable for for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-ln. tread; A size larger 10 dozen pint, White. .. . . ". ,". ". '. ". .' ", '.. .' ". . 9.SO.
have
trade Plantations 0-in.
to Pineapple
.i! I Some something have labor so much; everybody for a dollar has., Joii*)II., HARBIS. tread. j-bb1a. beer . . ". .. . ., 2.23.Xbbla .

COCOA Indian River, FLORIDA. beer. ... .. . . .. ... . . 4.80. a
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