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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: October 2, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00046
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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ol. '13. No. 8. TITUSVILLE. FLA. FRIDAY, OCT. 2, 1896. Price, 5c. .:




,OCAL NEWS -A store In one of the most advanta- Read This Column Carefully.3T There U a store to rent In the An- -Dr. J. M.; Dixon returned itxpeption was tendered, the school .
goons position In Titusvllle is for Mock
now TOOATB: suitable for furniture,
Topics of General Interest.ty ent. Apply to Robbins Graham, or ::: : -' As an advertising; medium, no dry goods; or millinery\ nnddremtmaklngestablishment. ; trip to Cocoa on Monday. nt tne Indian River hotel hut

Chas. H. Walton Titusvlllo, Fla. paper on the East Count can beat the The only stoic for rent -Mrs. A\ V. Lansing, of KIWI on the eve of their, departure for

ADVOCATK. Give us a trial ndvt., In Titusville. Apply at! the ADVOCATE Is In town as n guest of Mrs. 0.1I. nohooln which have been an-

and General Ooiwlp. In connection -.Tudge Minor S. Jones spent a day or and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth. office. t ) them.. It wets hugely nitcndl ,I.
111 Klwnyn Way, Lake Worth Indian -Mrs. E. S. Wiley ntlll remains
",ana and llallfnic Rivers. Key Wrest so at ]font Pierce this week. I.nbwhere. she expects to stay '. U. T-McUniry,. of Ankona paid

I all other Important Points. along theft -Mr. C. R. Mackey, of G. O. -Land Commissioner J. E. Ingiaham, time longer. \ ,) riyliig vUlt yesterday, going
manager /
Coast of Florida. Brief mention of LOCAL Anvrs. Ten Cents Per Line, I'er of the Fliglor: Railway lit In Indianapolis whole
tr WcMtPnlinlloaoli
) day: ,
,reestlnll Events from Various Part Springer's Ice works at Cocoa wan in Week, on this (front) page. Ind., at present.Mr. -Mr. T; A. Feaster of W.P I'
town short : \ t( World About People You Know a while on Saturday last. in l> ,
he now occupying a position
T. E.. James,, jr., of Tarpon 'pts ,. I
You Don't Know Picked Mr. IF want first class In colors a the republican candidate: .
People and Mis. L. E. Munn were In town you new goods( Pollster's store at this pluoo. I
by Our Society Kdltor and a. large utaf from and designs, don't ask for it else Springs, has been visiting Ills. patents In I bOn the 13th senatorial ills-

I respondent Mattered along theVt Saturday until Wednesday, on where than at Gardner & Walker's. town for some days piist.The1 -St. Augustine's; popular hy ;

Coast of Florida. which day they returned to Daytona. mel'chant"Mr. J.; W. Kates haS '
lends l of Mis. T. T. V/etmoio, ; '. ..!. S. Watson,. a former well. I
-Miss Florence of Newnyina [ for from Ills business New .
liiyan, RAnquAimcna Singer sewing ma trip t >
of this place will b. to lenrn that
sony oomntissku.merchant] of
chines. W. R. Knox Titusvllle.IONBY. Tltll"I I
after pending several weeks inJooiglaand agent,
Mrs. F.. A..Voolhoos '
; (noe
RIYER she Is still very sick In bod. Is now doing business) on Peixcli-
the north, returned home who Is In I
ATE We want to loan first -Capt. Joe Smith bus been visiting Lynn), now residing AtllntlJrIs store Is being I.
on Wednesday. She Informs the ADVOCATE money on '
has been with \
pia f 0 that shoo had a enjoyable real estate mortgages. Ton per cent his family In Jacksonville this week. He presented i' with soenoson Indian River, etc., '
very trip. her husband.
free of all expenses to lender. D. L. returned to town Wednesday.. buggy by whoa finished,,will give; his place i
-The entertainment and ice Gaulden Titusvllle.
cream Archdeacon 11. F. liiowih
-Dr. J. O. Scofield of Cocoa who attiaotlve and neat appearance.
,
social, given by the ladles( of the Method- divine service at Cocoa on ,

l let chinch at the Grand View hotel last IIKK'S Root Beer-the great summer has been on a trip feo Ashevllle, Atlanta the 4th lust, at 10:30 a. m. and : \198' wore wearily burning tile .

lll'ink-at F. S. ChalTce C'o's. and other places, has returned home oil, lost night beatific vision
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Friday night, was well attended and and at Menltt on the same day. :
from nil accounts enjoyed to the fullest Messrs. II. II. Dlokey and C. J. piesontod Use)' to our rm- '

extent. JUMUB KLINE'S fall and winter stock Is Yates have bought; out the business of p m.Mr. gn-atlightening our labors and I

arriving daily, and is an elegant one. Martin Griffin, jr., of ;
the Avera
Grocery Company at thin plnco. othorual fragrance all around
-Mrs. Minor S. Jones, accompanied was In Atlanta the end of last !

by her little girl, went to Sarno from hero SINOKU: machine attachments supplied -Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Springer, of St. Grlffln Is a prominent resident hovering about for a few all too

Monday, on a visit to !person Stanley by W. R. Knox, agent; Titusville. Augustine, passed through hero Tues above city, and has many friends moments, .the vision dlsapponied. II
day en route to various do"n-Hver It be "continued In our next.
who Is In charge of the Hotel du Nil property East Const..

at that place. From there she expected PAINTOFF, for removing all kinds of points.Mrs. Assistant i

to go to St. Lucle to spend a few paint from all kinds of surfaces with. .las. Piltchard, who has been Passenger; Agent ,/)* Oranges and Lena o JIlt. I
Rahner, of the F. E. C. U'y, U In
out burning. See ad. 2nd I
and will on page. sick since -
days probably return to town quite her return from Miami
Send for circulars toSOUTIIEABTKIIN ville, Ky.,, attending I a. mooting t
tomorrow.Mr. PAINTOFF Co. last week, Is now enjoying much better and lemon growers In Italy are

for the F. A. Mann, a former associateof St. Augustine, Fla., and Boston., health.Mr. east passenger of th.agents Mississippi representing liver. !! with their. prospects for the r

the West Advertiser has : few month Vn their business as ,
Key launched II. E. Cleaveland, of the Cleave-

If receive a sample of into a journalistic career again by -Store to rent In Titusville. First land Furniture Co., of Jacksonville\ was -We beg to call the attention are unusually good for a l
you copy class Suitable for furniture readers to the ndvt.( on our OJtli of both feults. Tho
gathering
[ADVOCATE, it Is an Intimation that stalling; the Commonwealth at Daytona. position. a In town a day or so the first of the week >p> I
or dry goods store. Apply to Robbins A Johnson Law & Co., dealers' In lemon. commenced and '
has
ould give us pleasure to add your We are In receipt of Its third number Graham. and gave us a call. crop 'I
to list of subbers. and machinery supplies, etc., of be. .. the f
o our fast-increasing and find Its to a large as ono just
contents Interesting and spicy -
It does not cost you throe -Mrs. W. N. Hendry entertained'apaity ville. This Is a reputable firm. shipments having already com j

.8 i per week (postage; Included) when and take pleasure In adding it to our WIIEBR: to stop. See list of hotels on : of friends Wednesday night, singing ;- I
Tho last of the The will probably
i'n by the year, and it can be sent to list of exchanges.It our 7th page. : recitations, etc. serving to while orange crop
,
in any part of the United States or :1 took In the trip from the vanlous as huge as that of last season I
was an occasion of regret that the away the time very pleasantly
adl\ without extra : the East Coast to M tain I
expense. DEED blanks along ,
sailing party to have been given on the lOo. each; f J.OO per 100, at
the ADVOCATE office. -A woman's Republican club has lust week
Flagler railway paused
Yankee Doodle last Frederick Dellnry Wrecked. ;
Saturday night had
been
at St.
organized with
Augustine; here Tuesday northward bound.
JOB PRINTING at this office.
t ft be postponed on account of the unpvopitious.state lr will be worth your while to call and twenty members, Mis. Anna M. Mai- t

ol,,the weather. Those Inspect the new stuck of /goods at cotta being president and Mrs.' G. G. -Tho teachers' Institute,. steamer Frederick DoBary, owned ,

Applications for membership in the Invited will please hold themselves In Julius Kline's. Springer been session here thin week, P. Clyde & Co., of Now York, !

imviile Tennis Club should be made readiness seciotary.Capt. day, and those who have been. \ wrecked week Wednesday
to go on the next fine night, a ago j r
Chos. II. Walton, secretary.Tax CAN sell hat the E. T. Rose, who tins a fine It will leave ADd: l
of which due notice will be given.Mr. we you a or anything to-day oil the shoals nt Kitty Hawk
millinery line f Call and see our stock place at Riviera has been In St. Augustine take of their
Collector E. W. Hall,of Sharpes, and Mm. charge respective In a gale, while on her way from f
Vlnlng, of Ormond, and our milliner. A dress needs re- this week. His wife Is Lady Cecilia
been in town several days this week. who have been spending the summer trimming or to be made-we'll do It. -Miss Katie McDonald, tho York to Jacksonville. No lives i
Rose and Is at In
GAIIDNKU: & WALKKH.Mr. present visiting Eng daughter of Contractor awl I Mrs. lost however, only tho crew, with t
Mr.. S. N. Gladwln returned to town with Mi. Vlning's brother In Ohio, returned land. Both are well known the Kant

n Miami t visit to home Wednesday.. Mr. Vining ._ oa McDonald, of Miami, punned T. W. Lund (well known In Jack- f,
Saturday, on a ----- ----- -- -- ----- Coast

fimly, going south again on Wednes- informed us that his son has been doing n. Walton, of Clifton, was In here, Monday, on her way to Ht and on Indian and St. Johan 1\\

quite a good business at Ms summer town; yesterday.Mis. -Mr, W. I. Metcalf, one of West I'lIlmBeach's I duo to attend bt. Joseph's \ ) In command, being on bonriL

hotel at Williarnstown prominent attorneys, was In -We to return thanks to DeBary Is u total wreck, and was-
Mass. Messrs. bog
Miss Susie Gladwin, after spending Jno. II. Sams, wife: of Supt., town a few hours on Wednesday, trans / at *7 ,OOO, but was Insured. She.

summer in town with her parents, Seiner A Vlnlng will retina to: Ormond Sams, arrived In town yesterday from acting business, and returned south the nor of thu beautiful bouquet of coming south for the purpose oft

lined to school at Winter Park, Wed- In November. Courtenay. same day. He stopped over at Melbourne loft at our sanctum door her regular winter run on,the

=The Lanouette In South night, and nsxitio those who river between Jacksonville and i
Jiy cottage
morning Sheriff Bowman has beeu delivering a day or so on his way to Titusvllle.Mrs. .
TItusville has been In the serenade that It was d'A:
purchased by Mr. L.
Geo. Nauman ballot boxes to the various down-liver
was a passenger onplay's J. T. Reynolds.) Is now I
occupy
excursion train on the J. T. AJW. A. Brady, who has been residing there precincts this week. ing the Gray biMUUng on Wr ,'nj.on muchly.MOHSIS.. 1IOT12L NOTKS. i iI

Ry. to for some lime: past. The proper/ will -; P. K. }'uo1c tt, G. I I
Tampa, where hq expects -Mrs. Howell Titus expects to leave avenue as a residence and place of bush
for be improved In one way and another, a and P. Bowen were elected
pt.iy some time. here to-day for Jacksonville, on a fewweeks' ness.. She will conduct a mil lino..' Rod now have open In Titusvllle two I
new fence having been put up this week; the Indian River Band on \[
[The Christian Endeavor Society will visit to friends.Mr. dresHmaktng establishment, and expects .and well-managed summer hotels .,
and a few changes will be made Inside Mr. Puckett will play valve will find In any part of Florida.
> asocial at the Scrimgeour buildingt a stock of fashionable goods In about
E. V Hall of Georgians: 11/1"1" a '
the house, which will be thoroughly and Bowen a cornet, while Mr. I''
Palm atMlaml to
Monday evening. Oysters will be week. Royal hotel
been staying In toed with his brother
Ved. renovated throughout and repainted.As will act as drum major. a detached veranda similar ta that 4
Come and have a good time. Mr. R. F. Hull, a ntiple of dar this -Mr. I\nrll'tCrs. J. O. Walton and Mr. Palm Hooch Inn, except that it
the
soon as necessary papers can -Miss Allna Harrington, of )
-Dfr. Wm. Treutler, a prominent res- week. Chas. II. Walton met, many frluids dur only be one story high. It will be ,
be gotten out, the business of the Tropical Tenn., who has been stopping In
Int of Eau Gallie, was in town a short -Mr. II. D. Ruffner of Charleston ing their stny In Atlanta this week, who on the east wing; of the building !
Sun; one of West Palm Beach's well- : for some weeks post with her will be about eighteen feet wide. '
Jilo last Saturday transacting business entertained: them In true Southeta .
known newspapers, will be IncorporatedInto W. Va., one of our vp'uod subscribe, style; 1 l\al'Lln Griffin of Palatka, loft
onnection with the late State Bank of is at Roseland, whole he expect to while the Capital City Club-the swell Rockledge, Capt. E. E.. Valll's f'
a stock company, to be known as the stay on Monday. She expects to hotel, at present located' In, the ij
n uallle. We
acknowledge a pleasantMr. Institution of that city-extended to
I. Tropical Sun Publishing Co., a four-fifths during this winter. the Kant Coast about December.Dr. river, is now open. It will prob- f4

Interest In the plant having been disposedof -Mr. Louis A. Brady expect i h leave them privileges; of their club-house. be taken to Boar Cut, for the con
and Mis. II. C. Fish of .
W. W. Russell of Sebastian This club had the distinction of entertaining of those tourists who, Indulge
:Sherbon here next for Boston Mr .
to Grant M and W. I. MetcalfGuy Tuesday s on who have been
led! President Cleveland ana, spending sport, as soon a*the Royal
through here, Friday last, on his during his
to I. Metcalf continues an editor and a few weeks' vacation. On his return to visit to Atlnnta last mer traveling In the not.band opens for the coming season. I
y Jacksonville, where be spent a year. The above
business manager. We wish the new Titusvllle, he will be accomppt'ed: by
stopped over In TitrsvP'e from
hours, staying at Ormond from Sat- success. hla wife and little son. patty I. at pro ioit In Jacksonville, but of that popular Jacksonville
company every to to Tltimvllle day until to-day as the guests: of -the Placldp-the Timos-Unloa
>oatlan. -Col.) John A. MacDonald, founder of -;Mr. Burnham Norwood came up Mrs. R. V, Hall, en route home. : The parlors of the Flactde hotel '.

Cocoanut Grove on Biscayne Bay and from :Miami Wednesday, to stop a few -Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Allen, of West -Mr, and Mrs. James McF the scene of a delightful little .i

Attorney Geo. M. Bobbins was at other settlements the United States, days In town with his parents. He re- Palm Bench, who have been spending Friday night, which was j...
have been spending the summer by the guests of the hotel and a ,
law ando a day or so this week, attending was a visitor In tow.a a day or so this ports business In the meat line rather some time In the mountain of North Highlands C., are now In of the friends of Mrs.. N. L. Ward tr.,
matters In connection with theI dull at Miami at present.Mr. Carolina returned home
week route home from Lake on Wednesday.
en County, Mrs. MoFarlane has been quite I" proprietress. The program consisted
I of the late Mr. Buky. He won thee : where he had been attending to his Int. W. C. Dodson, proprietor of While away, their bright little boy was : and literary exercises which '

> for his client-Miss Fanny Jacksonw I crests. Col. MacDonald contemplates Atlanta's well-known type and machine taken 111 and died, and they brought the now rapidly Improving. They participated In by Mrs. F. O. Barto '
> In warehouse, has bean hunting and for their beautiful home at Lake well-known elocutionist Mrs. MoAll .
England), sister of Mrs. H. Watof locating further south- at supply body back with them t 1 West Palm 4
', Clifton. probably Cape on his place in Putnam county. I about the end of October If Mm. Phena Love, Mrs. Gwynn \
Sable-In the near future as he likes to lie will soon return home. I Beach for burial. They have the sympathy Mr. McFarlane Is looking well Edith Ward Mia Ethel Love, and
d
Miss Myra G. Williams came up from be (In a quiet, secluded spot away from of their many friend. In their sad Llndsey. Tire recitations of Mrs.. ,
gained 11 Ibs. In weight this ,
kledge on Tuesday, staying with her railroads and other signs of civilization For Sale.A bereavement. Mr. Allen Is a brother of and Mr. Llndsey were especially

end Miss Susie Gladwin nntll next We had the pleasure of a call from this Oeo. W. Allen, Esq., of Key West, who .

ring, when she left on the J. T. A K. gentleman.Mr. nice Int of fine, healthy strawbei.y was recently nominated for governor on Are You Theatrically << i I

train for Winter Park, to attend Rol- and Mrs. C. T. plants of the Indian Rivervariety; fifty the republican ticket. Notice. \
S College McCarty passed cents per 100; "' .00 per 1,( )). Joke books, tableaux, 1\
for
the school term which
gan through here,Saturday last, on their way; E. ADAMS, lied Cedar Lop Wanted. n oafs, etc., selections aultable Jzx&EtFLA.! Sept. I4k 'Oft.
yesterday. Miss Williams and "'
expectsreturn home to Ankona from VInton, lows, Rowland, Fla. society entertainment.
home for her Xmas vacation. where have been For sale by meeting ol the board of directors of t .
they spending a coupleof For Rubber Wanted to buy Red Cedar logs. Jon SMITH, JR., Indian Hive A Lake Worth Pine u
'Repairing months or so. They had a delightful Stamp. GKIIARD: II. ANDERSON: Growers Association will. be held \':,:

time while away, and were In excelled South Jacksonville, Fla. o* Wednesday Oct. 7th 1090, I

health although Mrs. McCarty had the Seals, stencils, etc., and badges for Grapple Dredge a report of the soason's business f
I will any purpose whatever, see be submitted by the general agent, :
duplicate
the
of from her
prices any re- misfortune by falling bicycle ?
JOB Hone Wanted.
>n ible SMITH, JR., E. Fovcher.. and further questions ,
firm on all kinds of bicycle to seriously injure her ankle, but she has Titusvllle, Fla. For canal work clearing i. Interest considered Stockholder

pairing guaranteed., enameling and sundries. All almost recovered now from the accident: Save your bones and send them to the half yard to any capacity desired patron of the association are re 'ir 1
yen Bicycle are In operation and low In q
rapid
Jacksonville .
and guaranteed at treasonable which fact her many friends on Indian Town Registration Book Fertilizer Co., South Jacksonville Address EDMUND M. to attend.
Fla. Will cash for them. & V. Moons JAB. HotMss
Ice*. River will be glad to learn. Mrs. McCarty pay 92511.25 Chattanooga ; ;
President
JOB SMITH, Ja., informed as that her boys are getting The TltnsTllle registration books are Secretary. !

Tltosville, Fla. along splendidly at their college In Iowa. now open In the drug store of Fred. S. Jllfle for Sale. For Charter.The a',
Chaffee & Co., Mr. Chaffee having been I A Rare Opportunity. '

Pineapple Farm Store for Rent. appointed will remain town until registration ten officer before and :. A high grade, new Winchester rifle, fine sloop Yankee sale, at sscrUlo *. the lea.-ru... 11
so days the 44-70 calibre with
CAM; re-loading tools chartered the '
next election It Is that by day week, or ; until Spring of 1897-of a: fully
At Waveland Fla. will be sold In the necessary every.one and cartridges. One Spencer rifle One anywhere between Ormond and :30-roomed pleasantly-lrau'ed
at a The store ADVOCATK block who Is entitled and wishes to vote Sharp's rifle. One revolver and
crlftce. Write just vacated by E. L. Brady, is for rent. should register, M the former registration mans' outfit generally for sale, at sports- Good accommodations for on Indian River. Immediate parr

G. E. Coo, agent Apply to Bobbin.. A Graham, books were destroyed some time sacrifice, if purchased at great further particulars write to Addrcss LBX .
once. Apply CATT. GKO.: Cook
Jensen Fla. ADVOOATB office.
TItusTine, Fla. ago by the fir*. at AOTOCATB office. -
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d ... not very long ago a younger -sister of Golf players are to have special privileges Make the Mont of YouarHelf. Florida East Coast Railwa--

; the bride gave her away ia default of on some of the English rail way lines.

Meriti' : :: : ; other relatives. It is also netting to be They will receive certificates entitling It Is the duty of every man to make FOIUIKBLY TilE

much in vogue to have no wedding re- them to return tickets for a single fare the most of himself. Whatever his

ception immediately; following the cere capacities may be, he is sure to find JacKSonville, St. Augustine and Indian River
when distance Railway
the U mid
30 miles
over useful to ,
Made.and.Merit wbero he can be
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y Maintains th oxmAd. some place
) nce mony. The much more sensible plan of
In Effect June IStli
P Time Table 1KIHI.
of for a fare and a quarter when it 1111 less. himself and to others. But lie cannot
1 the'people In:Hood's Bar al adlla.. If a deferring it until the return of the without .
4' reach his highest usefulness ,
medicine cures you when sick ; tilt makeo young pair from their bridal trip has have good --=-
good health, and he cannot South Bound. North Bound
wonderful cure* every here,t hen beyond been observed In a number of instances.The If your child l is puny, fretful, troubled 1 health without blood. The .blood

i all question that medicine pos.: KHNUM merit.Made : reception then takes place nt the with glandular swellings, inflamed eves circulates! to every pure organ and 1 tissue, and No.81. ;Seel:'; No.21Na ;Nu_'; .IIlI_ 8'1'A1'lOISS: :ISu.8TATIONS. 78. XOfl'; No.:;;

bride's residence and is, in fact, merelythe or sores on the head face, or body, a when it Is rich and healthy, It carries Jack.onvllle. .. 'ii1ii"L a 'T ri"j)1 == Lv 1111011I1 . Ii CHI. II'' "s
actual ceremony festivity; postponed course of A scrofulous' needed to health purej 1e entire system; but if Ar Lv St. Augustine 11180, a 1ItII: I p .... .... . L': l.enton CIty.; .. .. Ii 10 a in. 1,?i i'
expel l the humors from the wlieieverittlows. 10 8.5 .a . . L It Lauderdale, Ii fi1 a I rts: aLy
9i disease II'' I '
w r II -New York Times.A blood. The sooner you begin to give it is Impure It scatters Is the one Lv E.St l'nlatka.AIIII'IIStlllf_. 112 8 11 .. .... .... .. I.v 1.1 ntun.... ..... a 112 a III j 21'11I.vWPRlmlll.llch fAr ,

this medicine the better. Hood's Sarsaparilla _. ... bT, -. . .. .-. .. -.. .. 1i0"11'I': lu. "
Ditrnlag date. true blood purifier. It cures saluheum, Lvl.lch.\k.._.. .. ... 10M.. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .. Lv iv11'Jupiter.Jensen. . .. .. ,. i 110/1/,,1" m 1 Ilei.1 <''I'"'
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I f New Hampshire women have organized scioful.i cutarili, dyspepsia' and rheumatism ArScnllIRI..o. .. -lUll I' -. -. ... ... ....Lvl.ell.. .. . Nua a III, 'II' '
e ]U ; That Is Just the truth about Hood's'Harsaparilla. because these diseases have their 10 tie a . . ;;
u darning club. Ou a certain duy Ohio roads are now carrying out the Lv San Mateo .= Lv Fort I'ler"e. II i 111 I 41,1, ;
I IJ We know It pos: .kwues merit origin In the blood. Orouaui.-. ,. ,. Ufo'! I' .'r;. LvSebitxthul.,108Inm: I
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J f because it not of Pitch wk the members wend their law 'which( requires that all passenger Lv I'aytonn. ,. I 011' . .. . Lv U..M"IILn.1 1144 a 11'1' '
iii cures, once or twice or a the for the ..... ... .LrAielhournu.. .
way to the home of hostess coaches with fire lillI' 112YaiuLv
equipped extlngnlflhers. l.v.nrtOrllllj(8.
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+ ( ; 1 thousands of ca e.. We kno W it lama, ocooHiou, and they take thoir darning It any of the AHVOOATK: leiuleis( along L v'rltiisville l'ow ...... 2 61 I' . .. .. ......... .. Lvltneklnlgo i : title' .
r absolutely, permanently; whei a all others with them, They work together/ urjuuud the East Const have' a piece of Interesting' Lv ('none .....' ... 8 al I' . . ... .. .... l.v.u.I1. ... ., 1:11"1'1": ..
.. .... Lv Tltuaville..13 / .
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/IIII'III. .
fail to do any good whatever. We repeat a ]large table, on which such lias piled J.vRoeklmljc. htls ? "I.Lv
I P Unsurpassed Blood Puilner,-1'tiutafloida new, do not think It too much troubleto }:IIII HLllle. .. 4a1p: ? ? . LvNex Kill) rllll, 2NipI( "' .
the article! she has brought with her. I.v Melbourne, 414 I' .. . .... I.v I..rt c Orange, Y'22 I' mLvKoaehmtl
Stockings! are most in evidence but all] Fift., Sept. 1, 1$!IO. I have used send I It to our office, us we will alwaysbe 4112)) ?. .. ?.. ... Lvl''t..nll.. .. 2ti: 1'11I.
,
: Hood's :baj'unpin! 'ilia' In my family for make for It In our columns: Lv R,.Iaathlll.. ... ; 467/ I' ... 10 a .. .. Lv urnunid.! .... :I 4/1/ I' III .
rM Hood'sSarsaparilla sorts of garments! modestly; appear be. some vuiiin niui regard It 1111 unsurpassed glad to loom LvFort I'lerce. 6111I, I'I/ I 18 IL .. .... 1alniku.. .. 428 p m ... .I
fore the HH Mloll) ia over. Home one reads ns a blood( pinlflur. Mm. J. II. Ochlltr6e.Hood'lI If possible. If lends from a distance are LvlolI:, 632 I I' . //131" ..... Ar 1'1111 Alatco . rA0/ ] I' III : -- -,
I.v .Jen.on... . .. 4Ii1: I' ... ..... 01 a .. I.v San Maters .. .. 3 / '
t tI aloud, conversation has an occasional on Indian Hlver, or If you oryoiir nelgli- Lv W. .JlIl'ttl'r. .. .1:10: I' .. .S.. .. .. .... ap III ,L_ '
and at B o'clock the club '11 II ,. .. ... IIJI: .. .. .. Iuulatka' 4MIPw/ i i.vWLllanpt
inning, mem \bois about to make, or have recently I 1I0ilch I a :::::::: 1
are :
Tills cure all liver ills. . 8 2 i I; .... .. ... II 1111.. ... 4a I' 11\ _
r bI'rliCo/! proudly; home, refreshed and made Improvements of any kind, let us I.v )'t I./I111I'r.lllle? 036 p .. ..... 16 a ... .. Ar Et.: Augustine. 510 I' III _
t' with the week's darning thoroughly and hoar about it. If a former resident of (.vl.'nClty., 1 20I': .... .. ..I n .... .. Lv Ft, Anaustfne.! /1111 1'11I ; ,oaArAlland
.I' I4. hthe bl'Mt-tn fact the One, True n! "M11'ur1l1..r. pleasantly done. A woman by the name I of AntniuuHeniann Indian ICivcr writes you a little interesting .. ,. .. .1030p: ... . ... .Ar.J'kMonvtll", .. flit 1'11I ".Ir"

( r cure niiiiHpa litdlK Uau, Y living in menus Ayres, was token news (not of a pilvnte nature) it Trains 31, 32. 31. and 18 between Jacksonville A. K W. 1111.\:011.;
Hood S PlllS l UU of the ADVOCATK renders -
> >UHiie 8. :jiuiuu. interest many -
may .
The Little New Woman' Tenlon. with hydrophobia and horribly cut If and St. Augustine, daily' XUIt'I'1I ROUND> ,
f . alongtlie East, Const if published. 1\11111111 and Flirt l'lorl'o,
Train 21111 between
-- ------- A lit.llo. girl to the Fourth (Dr. Hull's) tile hand vf a little 12-year-old: 1 girl with have i suggestion to make, soo a public >iS--- Nn 2-.. 11dlllly :\"
you .
II rlitl : ': t' Ueuiweratlc Noinlnt it'**. Chicago church has made a valuable her teeth. The other tenants of the house evil, or nn oppoitunity; to benefit the All lither eXl'.pt trahlssoulhof l\OU.hLY. fit Augustine tllllly Ar New12123 60: p",,:.. _I
r : contribution to the litera will give I./Ike Holf'I 12 Sap 4 '
new woman happened 1 to seize Hemana. in time to people of your town, we you exe"IJt 8unday. Orange (fly / nil' ,
I ture. She! told her the of to make It know AVe are workIng l'l/llll' a3'p'
P'r ricHidonti.il lector: e : : mamma story; .the little space I. City JUliO I 3111' aaipSot"ru
save girl.
{
Adam and ..IIve.II! he made Adam, In the Intercut of the Ellllt COli lit, and!
4"+ 1i, L 11. A. IJURKOUT, of Marion co unty. an he put him iu 1bi garden, uu Adam we want your assistance, either in news, I I" Jlol"8TATIOX8. :\\).
W. b. JKNN1NC.S, of Heinandi > euunty.8VD. \ subscription job woik. No So.l; So IJCc
i ho w as DO, HO ]lonesome, an then he As the name Indicates, Hall'sSicilian Vegetable !
L.. CARTER of Alachua
( luunty. Hair Kencwer Is tonewerof the New"( Snwrna 1011i II;<<. --
then a
putted him to sleep, he did, an he
1 J. \VEL1JOHN, of OraiiRO;( coi racy Lake 11011" 211I11', 10 1iI.
; e took out Ms brains au mode woman hiilr.tintludlnK Its growth, health, youthful Samples of 'Talntoff" may lie had //I.V Orange\ 'Ity 3 ((111'11 :!'l,1
1' ar) I For CoBRroKx;( 2i- t.KO1JEHT ; : of the brains, an then Adam he wasn't color, and beauty. It will please you. at the AHVOCATE office, free of charge. I). City JUIIC. or'l'lI' ;its'

T W. DAVIS. ]lonesome Interior.Th. .
no more.ChioIlKO Ti; sac 'fhue 'fabl01 .Iow., the tunes Ilt which trains lIIav be eXI'octefl tll arrive and del.rtp
s For (Jovoruor : the .nerd stations. hut their arrival. or Ih'Iartllr" at tIe, tillle8 stated I. not Illlllrllllto..01
tare
I : WILLIAM\ D. Hl.OXlIUC:: Duchess King. the Co .m...lIy hold' itself responsible for any delay or may conxegnenees arising tll".fon f ;.

9 Tim duchess ring is the latest novelty.It ; F. WII.L1AM. Alt.; .1. n. ItAtINEii..
j i''or.lnstico'SupremoOoult : Stable Cot Tltll8Vlllo. A"M't H.'I Vusenge.ttrut' ,
r' I M1LTOX, consists of u baud of gold with an Chickamauga .
AIAUHY. --- ---------- -- ---- --
opal, showing blue lights In clear set "

r i For booretnry of State ting, surrounded\ by diamonds. Two tiny

I? iA 6 a ,'t JOHN L. (JltA W jo'OW.] scrolls of gold project ou either side, Lookout Mountain The Tropical Trunk Line

( I Fur Attoiiiiiy Cenurnl : and u shield formed of many scrolls la 'Phone 319. Tennessee.
WILLIAM. JJ. LAMAU. studded with diamonds and reaches beyond

'r For Oompti] 'oiler J the knuckle. It ia to be worn only' Lola Lnke and Lula Falls, Lookout Point, Point Park, Sunset Hock, Natural
1 W. UKVNOLD.S.. in the evening and cannot be purchased Brlelltc. Telephone Hock, Hock City and Village. Ciders! left at Lookout Inn will Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwa

for less than "00. loocivepiompt attention. E. I). BEES, Mannger
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+, :For TicaHiirer : JOSEPH 1-1. DUHKEE. HecoiyUl'.

CLARENCE' U. COLLINS::I1

I 80U'fH 2I'Ial.l'_ --XO'_ _'_TH-
l''or Supt.. of 1'uWio InHtructlon : The lloe No Rubber.Vour .,,,. I N-b---:0.;: I 21 No,28: I Time Table In Effect July "a2. I Nn. 7e.. S"

g b'. ,) 'i W. SHISATW.: ::. bee I is the true philosopher and BRICK BRICK BRICK :::7."""":' L"out 'Uoop'00oui( .. ..JACKSONVILLE..tr: iarlsut ,;,41110 j; I.;
takes the good the gods provide wher .... Mixed 0311> 921a .Oraup: I'.uk. . .... Ollna'" I IlfN1'1I1; 1 11111"
For Comm.."donor of ARilcultuiu;( \ : .. ;\ W'y ii47p Ua4a ., l'eorla. . ... .. U3aain atiii7unAlagnolin. .
LUCIUS WOMB WELL. ever it can find thorn. It is true that it ........ au..rl .. ...,..... .. ., .. ..... .. "' .
I r1 cannot make a silk purse out of a sow's ... 101111' 961a. .,..flrewt Cove 81.rln// . ,.. 81NIRIII( 11311'11I l' 1'I1"Si
. ... .. . .. .... .... Bostwick ...... .
i our nor something out of nothing. Bat .. .. .... III lba 112111' lII.nll. .... .. ,.. .I.lIllltka..., ... .. ... /ltllIlI'" 445pni''' U
it run and dons take this nectar of the . II 2411 II12/ I' 11 11111 ...... Satsmna. ... 4261111I 41211111 24'114ea
'' 1'1.e Origin of Draw 'flowers, which, so far as we know, serves' East Coast Brick Co. . 12011,11Ila( . . .. .. 'omona.. .. . 410alll nta. 2N
. 121111'I 1'l22 II 11411I1..... .C'reMcentCltyJlIlIetiun. .... ::1/1:11111I/: 341 1"1II le12tnp
i Mr Dr. Evens,. wife of president! no other useful purposo whatever, and . .. / 12.01III.Hla. .. .. ....... ..8..vllle.. .. .... .... ... 113/1alll/ 32'.11'11I, III:
illy .. .. .... : : .. .... ... / ,
of converts it into food delicious that 2351 113.12431,1)eLaon 8I'rhlll'l5. 2/111111I \1111I110.('
Ilia. wholmn made
Ilcd'linff' rolleKP, a so .... .... . .. . .
N a 320 I' 120. III12./ geuwood... ..... .... 2411xIn 231111; lOll
', ) the Hubjeot of drcHH a .careful study ford Its synonym; ia anibrosiu-food for the Jacksonville Florida. .. 4IK'I'( 141/ a.flop.. .... .".lieresfortl. .. . .. 23/1alll/ 2 Ii; 1011>

20 declares that first Ini gods. .... 2711ArI .. ... ... .... {Lv.. .. I fill 1.11I
I yearn women . .. .. .. ., 11II1' I.v I ,Deland I .. ( Ar. .. '232pm
+ t i I vented!; trnuMors and that men bubnojvicntlj Stop: and think of this for u moment, Are MANUFACTURING GOOD, HARD BRICK, ADD HAVE BEST FACILITIES ... .4201..1., or... ... ,. .Enterprise: .... .... \\I Iii a III
i' (l R ( \ adopted th for it is something tint no other creature 11.. .. ... / ;\ ...... .1'\'fU8VILL...: .. ... .... 1.\ tI10auiFaeht.
; 1 4 I ; m. 11' II' I'ellclliug points on the East COIl t.&?Will give very lowest pilccs. ..... ........ ..... .. ... . ......... . .
f I i 4 I Thin iiioium that the women haying doe. For each of the domestic animals J. S. SMITH Jr. Ocn'l Manager, .... .... ... .. .. .. .,... "Sorrento.. .... .... . ..
f drat adopted ccmtume which] flamed the farmer must ROW tad reap . . . .. ... 11MI' ... .... .1\It. lurl1. ..... .... 84/1am'/ ''
Jacksonville, Fla. . ... .. "ltI..Ar.. .. .. . ....I'llvare. ... _... ...Lv \ '
bent adapted to them, the men envious and make provision constMitly for its! .... .... 520p'2361'1ArpAr.' . .. .Sanford..... .... .. .,.Ly Ito ain f\itlM'1' a\1\
i of their bettor choice iippriipriuted, it needs. The bee'alono' is its .. .. . ... .. .. .. ...Altamnnte1'rlll M.. ..
'I' vidor. ....? .. .... .. ..WlnterIICrk. ...... ..
V' p'' and then druve them out. Thin, ut loaHt, f SAW ANI 1-LANlMt MILLS, JACKSOUVII.LK YARD, .,.. ... .. OAUa 31111' .. ? ,.. .Orlalllo... . 12 I 1) III 1I11i1 a Iii
: IH whit :Krs. Evans alleK that she ha and away; over the fields In Hoiurh of its .. :. bt. Jo'uot col Catlierliif. . .... .... . ... .. ..1Ciesi m lee. . .. .
1-nlHthH, 10'1. !:1 liny ... ........ Ar.... JI..rtnw .Je. . ..Lv
't found niter loug investigation of the breakfast and curing nothing whetheritilnds .... ... ... 111/1/ a 8 IlIp. I.nkelmol, . .. -\l.\IIpOl\ \ lIaOam
u recordn. it ia tho garden of I its owner 01 CYPRESS COMPANY ..? ....... 11230 a 0wq\ .,. . . .IllLrtuw. .. . .. t 1430pm 745am
w r The fact that tlx Chinese and that, ut his neighbor. Not only does it WILSON .... .. 11 3n1Ar.19utta' nOrflll.... .. .J.v. . .. tIleani'IOAn / I
*
i among .... a 7417' Ar.. .. .. ... '1'1111I1'....... ..... Lv Ii 30 P 600511,
ik other nation of great antiquity the women forugebfar its breakfast, but for something .. ".. .. 'Pahl a flay: HnleII \. .
k still wmir troaners! and the men to bring home us well. It is ever Manufacturers of .1 30 a S20pAr... .. .. ... ..ortTnmpa. .. .. ...Lv'4Itpni'720anJTun
f' .. .. \ and Thna 113".. I.v .. .. .. .... . 2Npw'rhunnud5o: :
r nkirts given; Htrongth to Mrs. Eva ne' UHHertioua. the "robber boo," yet leaves him from .. .. .... Toes(c 'rlrlay. 3111..Ar.l ..... ..1l'y'\.el5t..... . .J.v ii :3o p a, Wed. and, Ml.
I, whom it filches no poorer thuu before. # Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. .. .. 'V.... all'I Rat. 0MNiAr. . .. ... ..H..v..mL. . .. . I.v 12IIIPIl1'OJ.1l1l0I..1.; ,, .

If theMe be> true, the wproiifih.of! women Some men can never get this through .
Dally t Daily except Sunday.Trainnf23 .
for imitating male attire falls to their heads They see a neighbor's bees
A large stock of Dry Cypress !flooring ceiling! ( siding mouldings, shingles : -nnil 78 Tliri iich 1'ulliimii \ rlv oDd
f, t the ground. It Is the men who, having pasturing ia their apple treea when theyare Tampa" dally > | ) Buffet Slecpiii) Cara liuluven New "
i1 lath and pkkets always on hand,! thus assuring prompt shipments.: Cypress
ft 41 .i evicted women from her originally white with bloom and fancy; they are Train 23: leaving .Tarknnnville dally at S::011( am., arrives at Hnwthnrne at 1-11I.: C..illf'
1'I' ohowMi attire, are the real. ,oopyiata.; the losers, though how they; cannot tell. moulding) of all patterns a specialty. 12:45/ Ocnlal :3B, Lw hurt) 3:::.W, Hrooknville ll-im/ p. m. Train leaving .Tiitkxmmllo at *:i i5 r
I arrive at O"klaDlIIIllla: m., Larnndiee: a. in., Tarpon Spring 3.31111.: ( u,., Clearwater;
ik Of truth to the If the "robbers" when tho When, at liome write us for prices when our come and see us.
H history coming( come peaches ; up wny, in., St. I't'toreburir /5::4(11( >, in., ilallv except Sunday.
roHeue of women and furnishing n wur- and pears.are ripe and feed upon some .. Trains 21 II.nllll2.: tlirouitli I'lillinan uliwplngr ours between Jacksonville and Tnmr
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runt for Hooh n" are bent upon rvuoToriug of the rich juices that ooze out where W. B. COFFIN. U. D. ACKLRLV: v.
General Superintendent.. General, ras. .eiiier;'
i ( their stolen IKIIIIlII'HHIlll4.DOKt.ou) the robins and catbirds and maybe the

t Globe. wasps have punctured the fruit, they -- ---------

.. straightway! go mud and would wreak! HARRY MASON & GO.

I The DttlntlneM off Dr.... dire vengeance, if they dtmvl. For, notice 1 The florida Central & peninsular Raili

t 4 'J "What I like about a woman's dross this-jour bee hater, the man who r

: just now in its RUgtff/ > ti vemwi*of the attention does not believe in bees and who thinks' Jobbers in Fine ImportedW
1; that i to tho nudomida of II. MASON A CO.
.J :, paid they do much harm and no good, is always Short Line .
1'Oirltl.Only
between Florida and all Nortl ern
g' things" remarked U innxcuiiue ('rltio.I afraid of..the'ID.Lippincott'e.Jlapa. tty Street,
"I like the putty liuiuga that one and IIS Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

I a>tohus a glimpse of under the ripple, of : flvld'i Klad__ JACKSONVILLE. Liquors Cigars, High Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia Washington, E

j a jacket or the dl"pII"'Cltold of.a. cloth A story has.been going the rounds of

: r. skirt and the silk petticoat, with its tho newspapers which is partly true, tlmore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

.1 1 raffles and lace trimmings, that show but it puts facts in a false light, as .Y Grade Whiskies, Etc Everett, :Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, LouUvllItf, Citric;:

,very now and again when xuiludy guts stories always do when only; half told. 'oq"ii;;" : ; and 1 Chicago

,I Jnto her carriage or runs up the steps of It WUH originally. printed several years ......""' =o.. Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, "\an8i\s City

,it I, ''\ .a brownstone front. I like the :taint ago Mini ran us follows:,,Mrs. Field had WhIMkleIl-Iml".rt",1, and. Ionientla: Southern Hello, Rock and Rye, .from 11JMI/ ] per galRrnedleslam0stle : Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
J ,, appUi' ]>eiM. ,Ii, \iilackliorry, anil iteorh and. honey from 1./II"r/ ] ) gal River Caiii,
.
Junction
odor of violuti that you notice when you laid >by enough money to pay the quartt'rlr'inlltallmeotnpon Oln*-Holland, Old Tom, eto ... ... ..... .... . ... ... S from $1./BO per tealHum 1'ensacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, \ -xlco,
pick up her glove, veil or fan. and the ; : Mr. Field's life ... .. .... . . .. .... ....... .. ...., .. ..... .frornsl.aaliargal/ and the Pacific Coast. Effective April 1O, 1HOO.Jf .
Wine* Port. Sherry, Cittawba, Muscatel, "Claret, etc., from .. ..$I.OIII..r) (gal .IlfvilleT.JOa.
1 h oleoii look of her well kept hair and insurance, mid she Juuided him tho sum ('Inn_ KlneHtllrunilM . ,. ... .. .tr"'n.2.t.: l'erc..e New York Kxpro No. 3$. l lean, :
hands, for au up to date. woman i* a to make the: puyiuf-nt. On his way lIuttl"lllleur, .trull1fl.3lIJ."r.loa. 4TTL44er4 4i a 1 L It. :: Havannan m., daily. with ColniiilH rlirouuii, << ..boo.

dainty creature, despite her 'tailor down town be mot a mun who had n eAU other Fine Brands at equally Low Pilcen. 4r N ., Haltinwre\ 1'hfudel'hia' New' lark, 0e.I ...
madm' and kniokerbockera uiannlmh largo collection of butterflies, consisting Jugs and demijohns) will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without extra ti ;'a' Eastern point Connects T f'enu

i 4 little urTiOtation The godii BOB iuHide, of 800 npueiniflUH, whk-h so fascinated cost. Money refunded for "empties" when retmned. Express Company will ? CU, 0. 0. ? Arrive Jrckatmville9ax1pm. :

i sid the eastern artisan an he flaUhed i Air. Fiekl that he forgot all about the not take liquor| C. O. 1SoUlI! money with order to save delay and tiouble. C-,.. awn New York Feet Mall >".wine.;Js.'.:',

1 this interior of his vane with tho name life iuHuwuioo and linrnojliutely purchased Send for I'lioo' IJllt, or call upon MASON A CO., d 'r n, JackRonvllle 6://141 p. III. dallv( for .V"1Ronvllle ,,:
aVA."w 11111
:aril) 307, 3M( :311, W. Hay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1 7 ern polnM and for 1.rnllllC!
i a cnm .that he bestowed upon the exterior, the entire.collection. I +s7 i:7: 10::M: a. m.
-- --- :
Ji! and it Is precisely that which I admire The truth is that Mr. Field: did start ---- ,

'J.. boat the women nowadays--tho evident wit to pay; lor or buy; something which Y WV.ii + / Only Kin Throanh the 1rxnlldI ( h
Labor I Incombustible
Economical I I '
l Saving fens"
"
Country of Middle *
daintiness of their
leltwgingsi but
make
was needed not to a life in- :1 Leave JaeksumilleieL
i 11 1.. 0 Kuratiiblw May, .,
New York Tribune. Hurauoo payment Also he did meet p W" aw fur Lake City, Live (ktk. Ma'"*""'' I .*
as. C Tallahassee, River,Junotlon leluaada...'
L .
an old man with collection of butter 'let'
On. of Tb..... p(80NVij( ; New Orleans and the southwest jltff
lay
"PAINT .
flies. The old man was a gentleman he OFF. ,,.,' 0 eu.ra. fornla and the 1'1..llIe Count l'arrks
I would like to know how we are to knew, a friend who hud lout his wife 5 Arrives Jacksonville T05: / a. m.SDLP .

help being office girla since a cruel fate and two children. BfwidnH, the week e Ocsaa -

baa decreed that we be such before, his house, with all ito content: ,, (Patented America and Europe.) 07 San 5. rw SIaM

I I would also like to know why, being had been destroyed by fire. The man n a I( Leaven Jacksonville kala 9:M a. BalnJu for

I office girl., we differ In any way from was. absolutely without means, homeor a 7 0 I i k Key WIMwrnnl! rlnt.Leenhnric( Javan JIJIII:
Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces ,
) tltv
those you call home girls To be sure, friend. Ha huppt n>d to have the t1..rI r Tampa Orlando. ,Arrive Laoonchee JaelsonvUlUle345p Dade -D'.p

you were kind enough to say we are Dot butterflies left, us at tlwtirne of the fire sy,

leas pure or honest, but, small space for they were ia the houn of a friend. -

.. thanks, yon cannot..ay otherwise When JUr. Field returned he aid : Chemically, Instead of Burning Off.C'I'AISTIU'F" | J: Clnrlnnati and Florida Limit*!., us."
1 ; Have we not the same right to earn ,>f 111. t eMium Tf&IA
'II "I did not want the butterflies i but 1 S KVB M onvllleJS p. m. Solid I vi'
our living, when compelled. a> men LO.IOII CENiRQ a little over :85 hour to Clllemnatr'r S..
had to give that poor okl xuuu the money : Is a registered| I trade name of a new discovery In chemistry sail 1.l'rutHI..1hv ...1'1I
.
: .leave' And can we not be an honest and ; and he would not talce it oxUeas I letter l'atc"'l of the Unluxl; States, Csaadu.Oreat. Britain and I other rimntrle It i.I the result and r el..eri Atlanta.Louisville Chattanoofra.Chlf'.31f' and' all pplntskwnvfile
e I .
i! .
.
of patlvnt reiMian-li' anil experiment with the I'.e l h. view at finding a and activewlvent ei. *
respectable in doing girl that '. Arrive
so a can accepted the collection. burning we.
of old paint and varnish' that would supplant the old method of and scraping off InlC.nn.ctlon.
; stay at home This thing of blaming .
n a i It was simply one more*Instance of Win uuue.C.Ilmore ..renUJr
'',1., girls continually; tot low wages is becoming the fact that the gentja hearted poet A Son, Painters and, Decorators, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have avw. ILOItDa. ga

monotonous. We must live. could not letore a friend luminary whilehe given PiUntolT a trial, and can say that in 41 years experience as a painter it l Is the .. ..... Ol.+, Holly Springs Rout Jacksonville I'It.' ro"is':e w FT-IO
... ,
('hIC<f o. Leav.
What would become of our mothers, our had the money in his pucknt to help best paint remover in the market"C. *> Macon\ Atlanta Bin in(/:nm, Noll)

brothers and sisters that depend on us him.Martha Nelson Yenowine in 8k E. Ifoyle, house Painter, etc., Jacksonville, Kl.., writes: "Having had experlence > Merophln, Manse' | |: Kanaa* City. S,. LoU|*. Chicago Sioux and8S1uuX tt:;.
fer their daily bread if we were not Nicholas an practical painter for 2.1 years, take great pleasure in indorsing lackion' CO''til. S:35. City. and 9t Loul'anl OIUon. change 'u Chicago
: &
t office girlif?'--Pittsbarg Commercial ralntotl, and cheerfully; recommend it to the public In general." .::111 Po m.-Local}m.for Kverett.; Clone connection for nrnnwl. Shortest .njl '1.nl.iCi.:

Gazette.. --17'-17 ....... W. Laa*JlI, of'Hall, Ilildltch A Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville' 9:10 3/10/ P. n.-I OCal For Tlllanaanfia, and ln .v Amve Jackwnvllle, .o.nc

: Spanish General (after the battle)- Fla., write: .Having given Palntofl a thorough trial, pronounce It to be a For P.M.--rorTampa Macnn.Atlanta. two and TraIn.Interm."lale Dall '. ) Leave nolntf.Jackionvlll. Pullman *le ,10,>era.; a.ArrI..eIJ"'p.:: .a
,W.ddaS -....- How and to be all claim for It." Steamer "Mana_" from )
I many missing, Colonel I perfect success, you Tampa fo.liraJdencowa and Mana_ River polnu'
i Even the apparently cast iron traditional Spanish QJooel-EnrJ'bod.1' misslog. .rullmaa Sleepers. Oa all Night TraIn..
Send for Circulars and Testimonials to
t I wedding (custom are subject lo We haven't' hit a Cuban for some r- Or: Bend for Bet Indexed Township Map of florl
( light ripples. of change in these variety $1m, now.-Tiptb. South-Eastern States Palntoff Company, f. S. PEXJTINOTO, A. O. MAcDONELJ'
Peking dayi. At. London wedding -
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, OCTOBER, fc 1806. 3 I
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ofessional Cards. PERSONAL GOSSIP. By a new law In Saris each owner" of Die,..,.. Cta_. I I Aux. BBAK. KHNKWT '1'.IJI 1\ The Largest' and | Most Complete -

Speaker Gully is said to be the beet a. bicycle required to have: his namo The-New York Sun says So-far from NEAR & TAYLOR 4
WALTER 8.GRAHAM. t Establishment South.
11A M. ROBBIE: billiard player iu the house of commons. mild millions soldorod\ ou 1 his wheel. Fifty being immodest tho special<< bicycle cos ,
Kinks &; GRAHAM, which tho general use of the (Sucwiwom to John McAlllnter.) j i i (
tojiuwot
mo :
Ron. Mr. Jenkins it the youngwt bicycles were impounded one day ro-

EYS-A -LAW judge on the high court bench of India. vutly for violation of this rule. wheel by womeu bos caused the fushiouing Artesian Well Contractors i GEO. S, HACKER & SON, ,
ATTOR ;
He is 88. are both modest and suitable.ThX ,

IIouKs:-From 10 to 12 a. m., There who ,wear x also becoming. Moreover, they I I EAU GALL1E FLA ',
It The Duchess d'Uses of France is the nio some pe pie never ;
and 2 to 4 p. m. aretending to M chungo In the outdoor I
dark and
only fcmiiiiue master of the hounds in : glasses yet they never see anything .
I-U9VILLK:, Brevard Co., Florida. the world.It blight: : it's the people *hoaredys- drOIIIt-of 'women which i. altogether desiraJble. I

J o IX, 1IW. peptic. and soured. Everything: U out of Tho bicycle U producing '
t |]lractlceln all the court*-state and fed is said that General Lew Wallace joint with such people. "1 suth'I'l.1 lImy dr w. reform demundwi, by good ." .1.

for examining and perfectLi receives higher pay for his writing than roais with 1))apl'p"and!: liver troubles which otherwise would have boen" long

.1 I title icilitloi: *. any; other living American author. but have been relieved( since taking :SImmons delayed. Women are learning the convenience THEPLANT

General Gordon it may be interesting Liver KeguUtor.: I know others of shortened skirts for wear
who have been benefited Its
by
CARP.ELWES, to recall, wanted Mr. Cecil Rhodes to greatly outdoors and in business occupations.They .
Mo.
UIIU.-JI\IIIVK Nowl.vnd, (.'ai roll ton,
accompany him in old days to the are getting accustomed to them

NOTARY PUBLIC, Sudan. and the nO'Vt'lty'Whlch' once attracted

lUl\lItel"lI! Sale. unwelcome attention to such a costume
The Marchioness of Lome the
STATE AT LARGE.
queen's daughter has had three tnoth- has panned away. Women have discovered SYSTEM J
and liy virtue of a degree of fn....- too, that the dross can bu made
Ipcwriling, taxes paid for non- ra-in-law during her 25 ;years of mar. UN11KR.... andale-l..Hulngoiit of the Circuit AFanufactfurent of
ints, rents and accounts collected, led life. Court for Brevaiil county In a online. therein I' very becoming, more especially to young
etc. Correspondence solicited. depending wherein. Jacob. llotik In comps In- and graceful figures. Pretty; girl: inpre"
Leo XIII is not only the head of the :, ant anil John II.Johiinon I Is defendant 1 shall Door Blinds .1'1
costumes wonderfully Sashy |
lusvlllo, Florida. Catholic church but lie ia the oldest otter for sale to the highest....bent hldilur for bicycle are *,,' i,
cash, during the hour of 11 a. in. to 2 I'. in., on pretty to look: upon as. they stand by JACKSONVILLE:, Fr.A., JulyMeiuiis. 1:1..1)(1.:
bishop in the world, having been con Monday, the 2nd day of November. ININt,at Vuro. wheels or.walk about!: in the intervals -
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[iLLEK &; KENNARD, secrated in 1843. llrevard county, )Florida the following denurlbud B. II. Hopkins, Moulding, and Building I Material.t //1
of relit from riding. }'l. .
personal property, to-wlt < ,. Pass Agt. L. tFuvi:"

ARCHITECTS. IL W. J. Ham. the Georgia "BnoH newspaper .- planer The ,saw anti.all.iII.the together tool, with furnishings engine, holler al"| Neither is Chore anything in their appearance R. L. Todd, Dlv. Pass. Agt.Phut ; } Olllcu iMiIl, WareimMmH,. King, Opposite L Lfhnnon.
who coined the term
man ,- purWnaIceato.ail. mill \oel..ltlnlt.o..hllt{ the which indicated that they are bystmnu '
ft Count business will have prompt oster," has gone into the lecture business property of the defendant. John H. Jolumon offering from the physical ills attributed Jacksonville, Fin. Street. 1

Itlon.MI and, it is said, ia making 10,000a Mid being altuated at Vuro Florida.A.. J. LEWIS. to the use of the bicycle by writer UcnU mon-It: Is with plcaxaru we

. year. at loss for something to Bay that will Cliarloston S. C. '
.
oct2 oct3tb Miwter.SlierUfM .
>A, FLolunA.ATTORNEY.A1'.LAW. Special big to advlno! you that we, tlite. transportation I
Colonel Howard Vincent, head of the attract attention. They look strong

criminal investigation department iu Slle.UNIUt hearty and vigorous and seem all the committee of Jaok unvtlleMvlslon i

[NOR S. JONES, Scotland Yard, boasts that he cau toll a better for the ('serel....... They have acquired l No. 2, Uniform Hank K..... or 1\, Sash Weights,, Cord and \

man's business by the 'way he usus the a new freedom? of movement
and by virtue of an execution issued|
after thorough Investigation: the
door knocker. the Circuit Court for Hrevard county which ii graceful In its naturalness. Hardware.Wlmdbw
In cause therein depending. whornliiR. Nothing in rooent times has done more various routes to tho Biennial Mooting .
VILLE, BRKVARD CO. FLA The late Baron de Hirsch! was supposed K. McCormick U uimipluimmt snot I). 1'. (lll>- I
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peopleto *on I I. defendant I have levied and will for the desirable advancement of women of
by a great many superstitious upon Supreme Lodge K. of P., at Clovo-
GlassALSPECIttL.T1.
well at public auction In front of the court than the bicycle. and Fancy
Iminty of Brevard and few
Judge County. have the "evil eye a hunsedouratTituavtllodnrlilt, the legal hour
: : land, Ohio, have decided that acoount
avoided him solely on that account us of sale: on the nrst Miinilay:I in Movembur; A 1> i
of dark Tsai> to the highest and bent bidder for cash Linen Pocket.A of superior advantages and schedules In
if he had been the very prince the following dumirlbod teal estate, "Itiiatn In

OAULDEK, ness. the county of Krevurd. and State of Florida, convenient pocket for the bath or each direction, to name as outs ,Dlllvial .
to-wlt IIhtgtnnliiK dressing room be made of stout Agent tor "Quick' Heal"' Gasoline Stores.
may ;
One of the most successful miningmen at the wont or northwest corner of Route the following: Plant System to I II1LLIArt
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, of Colorado is said to be Count ..f a tract of land deeded. to HlarkHhvitr. .and1Gtscn blue linen edged and divided Into panels
III I practice In all the Courts of the State thence Honth 61 10 in. west 10,28: chains,. with white braid, which U aim need to Montgomery, Louisville; NaHhtille H'y
,debt. ,and the United Status Courts. James Portales. a member of a famous hence south. *** 10 m. e at 1J.IIU: chain, thunveoiith ;
|n. Box,235. TITU8V1LLK FLA. old German noble family, 'who has been MO go! m.went to the east line of land. ol fashion the graceful lover' knots adorning to Cincinnati, and Pounaylvanltk K'y to CLARK Agt.
P.J. Ne11i (an, thence south to the line of the the medallions iu of embroidery .
Money to Loan. 18 In the west about 19: yearn. He is .a Fleming Grant thence southerly along the line scrap Cleveland. As to date of departure we ;
skilled metallurgistIt of Fleming. Grant to the north line of the Wharf. or cretonne, or even old engravings" l'LUMnBll.HTBA\M A CIAS FITTER
Tract thence north 41 o :ill in. east 87.81: ohuin will advise you later, and we oitrnontly
is said that Prince Helkiff, who ia to a peat on the bank of Indian River about fO Ruling and Sheet Ivan Work.
FREEMAN HALL, feet north oC Ulbmm' wharf thence northerlyalong that all other
minister of and baa charge of all hope Dividons..through
ways chains I
the river shore" 8 4.1 to ant or wiuth-
I the Russian imperial railroads and who eat corner of Blacksliear and K Ron', thence rt1 out the State will join us At 4 Jacksonville luntn>", .Piping And Dvitln Pipe, BathTubs
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW in machine south 4l": went along south line of said tract
served apprenticeship a Closetaand Wash Stands
an .Water'
8.S7 chains, thence north S$3 went 13.48 chain amllroceetlln body Wo desire
&; INSURANCE AGENT shop at one time 'worked at boiler mak- to place of bKlnnlnir. Also lot No.it of Section
in Philadelphia 20, township .in*oiitli. range 30 cant, contalnrriK to go into Cleveland on a Solid J'ythll\n ....Electric Bells....
iig 40 tare. Also lot No.2 and the southwest quarter -
[itusvlllo, Florida. Sir William Morris the poet, rejoicesin of southeast quarter. of section 11, township train. No. SIF Korytli .",",.t. !
A 31 South range. 3H east; also the southwest tptaoter
the possession of a prodigious memo of northwest quarter .and the northeast Touts very truly, Flovitla. .
.Tao1tt4onville.
presenting all the best and strong- ory. Given.a fair start on any sentence quarter of southwest quarter of section 14,tnwn Signed : i
[Insurance Companies. Is he will complete hip 81 .south range. So cost,containing Ml sores.
Dickens' works
in
krlte anywhere (le 11. ABl ruft
o
lines to any amount, JAMES IIOWMAIT' ) ,
(the East Coast. that sentence with very little deviation oct2-act a Bh...rlff. u James SI\UndlJ'rK, Choice .
From textual accuracy. J. It. Plnciw.
Wines, Liquors 'i
W. & Gilbert Bays: "I have no ear T. II. Bogus,
CAYNE BAY, DADK COU TY. for music but I have a very sensitive Notice of J< Jection.i Committee) and Cigars.Guarlnteedl.ul'e. +

W. SWAN, ear for rhythm. It is precisely the dif .
U. S. COMMISSIONER.Notary tarenoe between time and tune. I am i UNDKR and by virtue of authority vented In O
the ordinance of the Town of Tltuvlllt *- Sold at reduced.
Publlo State at Large. very fond of music, but I don't know a ), Florida, I Win. M. thrown mayor of ROYALTANSY.PILLSNKwnls4'ovEHV. prices
discord when I hear one.' said town do issue tide\ proclamation calling an '
,iincls Selected; Conveyances made. Election in ald town, to be holilen on Monday ImportedToknjr
reHpomlence solicited. Address: Mr. Chamberlain is skillful aa very the:VMIth! day. of October, 1HINI, the name being the r A now,reliable" l l and...neVER.toiletor.up.rAIIJI. : Wine.
Fourth Moiuluy of laid month In the Council prae..l. |.., wutntqr or nnlnfulnumiturKtlon.
It xottn
Bay View Hotel with biB cigar. was
Cocoanut few speakers are,
Grove
Chamlwr. for the election of the following I .Now 9M.lhjroT-rlu.vo* from Italy.
Office, Ewan's Landing. noticed that on the occasion of "big offlneri ladl_ I".hto..r_ Its

speech be managed to keep it going the One One Maruhal.Mayor.. t. p rp'r/r.a.: : hlltAlmiVain i il iso.L HtmlM John B. Togni
of : ftl led In plain w..,....-. %H.II<| *o In
whole time. The rounds appl..111J8gl'e One Collector of taxes.One .''tn >.fur imrtloulibm Meld by IH|
'EOUGE J W. ALLEN, him the desired opportunities of Clerk who shall also bu treasurer and.oae 'tlnwlri-bioriulilnwii:! PEPPER MKI>1. NIfI11'oPQlltllIIt..on, 123: East Buy St., 4
.
*or of taxe OAbAN.OVIATlex, Oklaeau. in.
taking it up and having.a fresh pull Two Aldermen' to serve for two years each. i' JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.MMole.alw. .
Two Aldermen to nerve for one year. each. via i Sold by J. U. Scrovcn, only.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, "I take my work too seriously, For the unoxplrvd term of Meimrs.K. L.llntdy ..d .
writes Hall Caine to a friend who had and $. N. Uladwln. nwlgiiedAnil '! .
West, Florida.I he cared for the I hereby give notice that It. K. Mini, jr.,
asked him whether W. II. Harris and J. F. Itanaker. bare boon appointed
kill criticism his books) received, 'and I am judge, and ICiil>ert INmthind clerk of FURNITURE' # y,#_
practice In the United States sad.! election, with the approval of the Town POCKET FOR DRESSING ROOM. WINTERSIIIITH'SCHILL
love
in it and in
|I State Courts. Ojun05: too much immersed Gamed of said. town.AtteHti Each lowtuge is secured down 'with row

with it either to be oarriedawaybythewarmest WM. M. HKOWN, of couching and set off with a few doo.orative WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
eulogy or disturbed by the H. J. ANTHONY Mayor. stroke of the needle and flax Oa Bottle' .

LEX ST. CLAII -ADHA1\IS & SON, severest censure." Clerk aep6a8it23SUMMEIt : thread The back strip I* cut longn BnikkTasChill.80 Otnt

\. PADDOCK AND TRACK. than the front one, so as to extend* a SoldBvtrgwluri.

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW::! scalloped turnover, folding in front to I .

[UCKSONVILLK: AND TAVAIIES, FLA. Cephas 2:114. ** the champion hide the opening'of the bag which i. .

Will continue to practice in the courts Maine bred trotting gelding. entirely lined with yellow satinetto and .6Oasriot Tun "

the Seventh Judicial Circuit. AllS Sixteen of the new members of the suspended tothe, wall with ribbon loop I I Stladl Bola/, TONIC 1

IIIJSS before the United States and :3 :SO list are by unknown sires. ... .' I
nte Circuit Courts will receive tho Th Fora of ".bl" ,
I I It Fs1as.
Read- *
slow work at
is
taking
isonal attention of Mr. Alex St. Bingen Teacher-Your additions are wrong every I
ir-Abrams. Tulle park but may not face the starter time. Is there no one to help you at AAkarPeter .Co.. IAw154dIIS,1y.aea1Atatl.NEVER ... :\

this TOUKI8T RATES bom.p
year.
FAILS.
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"Yeti father does." ,
Eighty associations have joined the ,
association within "But ho always makes the answer too
National Trotting
ODGES & GODFREY the past five months. To East Coast Ocean lteHortl4.Comm..cln big."A What waiter.Is"he, then?" -The Walton Rapid CalkingMaolilne

Dave Gideon was reported to have May I, 1800. and continuing an.tH ",Ahll-&hone I ninue Donau No. one, $5; No. two, '10; No. three, $15Tltusvllle L.

Manufacturers of won a lot of money on the victory (Jf S"It.IO.: IKI"'. ru..nd-trlp tickets will tN' sold. }l'1a.. *
to St. Augustine Urniond laytona and New
his colt, Kaiser Ludwig. Sinyrna. at rates shown below; tickets, to be -- -- .
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limited tn October 81 b896. Tickets for children
ellow Pine Lumber It was estimated that $1,000,000 was between live and twelve years uf age will b.
represented in the horseflesh stables at sold .t on..half these rates. each coupon tobe
the Blue Ribbon meet- marked or pieced ." Southern
KOVOII A DRESSED: : Detroit during Conductors will tell from n..gent station.
From stations' where mw are not shown, conductor ik- .
range Box Head. ing.John will use rate fro.. station' next pr. :
J. Dougherty will campaign ceding,
Fruit A Vegetable Crate
Easter Lily by Intrigue and Frank C Railway.ABSOLUTELY
limber
'"" 'Rb delivered bill of lading.at any part Anyone of Indian oontemplat-River Pierson, by Iris through New York and !;I! .

ite bUilding esthThe Coant would do well to New England circuits.A. TO o aQc ; FURNITURE of ey >r iKmcrlptlon. Wlaa
t'V Sawmill U situated on the g for prloaii. Freight paid l on all orders over
T. K. W. Ky., 0 mile south of Palatka. E. Ashbrook's pacer, Young Ashland c CI gar THE SHORTEST ROUTE. IBOV.

which took a record of S lfl a' Po i K. M. BLT'rlNfl, ,

\tsunia nights Putnam co., Fla. Topeka, ia by Ashland Wilkes and ont FROM II $ 11 Last Hay Ht. .lACKHUNVUXE, VLA. J

of a daughter of Joe Young. I.,I acksonr/1/ .. ::111I1 6l11: 6II/ tl 20St. THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS. DINING

AUKR tlne .. .. 4 411 ,S 711 4"40 1
ATIONAL I Hickok, in a recent interview says Hastings .... 13/1 a 11II a K" 3 50ast CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES WEAK MEM'KIADE VieOROUS.
i that before St. Julian became reliable .: l'.latka... 200' a 2U 7: 411 3 all
ome.Seekers 87 mile of l'al"tk....,..... .. 770 :I ::10I o' 81x1: VESTIBULED TRAINS.
I he was given in one day Ran Mateo... .. ... 9 4H1 7 2/1/ a IO! 1IlII:
track week and 17 on the road. Espanola ... ... ::130 1 16 1 40 a 16ravorlta. -
EAL ESTATE .. .. .... a Mil 111I NIl I e0 H.iI
EXCHANGE. The National Horse Show associationhas Tomuka ......... alll.: .. 110 I 10Urniond fORT" AND LAST. NORT" AND W54T.
barred Colonel Lawrence Kip' team .... 30611 40 lOll
U..yt..n... .... ......... 1f7f1 411. .... 76K I ,
Emoleta and Mambrlno Belle from future Part Ur..nge.... ... .. 8J:) 711 M/ 110 1'1'' .. .. Ne. .8 Non .:3T. t11 Dot
Exchanging Property for Property a competition in road rig classes. ,race ( 1M M III' 441) U. '" rl. If... TAll What PEFFF R'S MERVIQOR Did I )
peclalty.' Send Trnbn 2 I W 711. .. Tr"' Dallr. sn'id. Fast AU Tr."" Daily. sod .trlorlll' '" ,
Description of what act.pwe oily and q u k ores when all I
The running stallion Reply, valuedat Rni 00 aM1 Muth k'IJ r ::: & .
ou have, and what you want. to W. a Tompkins } :: : : iii 1 sir: 1 AO m.nreel s. .rf'I.1CI, .ly Cheeraalaa
$3,000 belonging Orange 11I1 7: 31I 1111 I 11II S.Lrre N.............. LOSS:Vilallly.

ALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA. of New York, WM killed by; lightning Orange : 2: 0(1) 2 III a 00 L"J'ok'vllle .a..p.......... .20... 14! pm L" J..k80D.UI.. P. 0. A 1' 8 66 pm -..2)-amL.Z".rett.r.a..p..IOll7am rlt6wew Iwpol.tay,19r:. .,:htlyimlwes.. :. -.It;,,'::
Haook" .. .. at..rp
recently in the barn of Mrs. S. T. ... 118 tit' 'flit Everett: Smithar. ., 9 20om I! W am ..._...<*all ,".el. of
76 1:111: 1 10 / Ilapm Inwnity nr""n..UlplloQ:

C. C. CARROLL Hoffman. Oak .... :206 I'HI IIII 1311, I 711v..t MXut Lv-A_....--.., r.a"p.......... la.- pm II -... pm "; Atlanta ems, uiLnrnl.. ...... t 41 IIU iii.m !It 15 fpm pm tadtaw.tea.you PoWl-...Irani.. Ward*I.1d.!.Ira pone off.tr.ar a worthlsM pr'lIt. In.l.4onlarli.a M

Real Estate Agent. Some of the leading spirits of Le- :2 80.1 a 116 I 31) L.OoIambl.Hoa.h............ I.pm 'OO.m Chatt"nnnga. ,.... 11116 pm .4 iO ana .&lIr 1.'. .IIIKVU..2.f..n.!' for It.-

,. high, Ia., are agitating the question of Tau.. 'reek..4. 00 :IIII/ aM: I 110 ..Ch..Iot"-_...."..A......,...... 110. AID ".. ClDntn..tt, Q. .. C.. ... 7 16 .m I.Jm feat b....rn. .In. lor J1 .i wlln"A,Blala. .lt w rap.Hold ...
ll :2 80'S' a 441 I M Lo 11fIua.'h\ ,. ttr = jr-
m.r
.rn. am 4h.ara.te. :
IN pm :
'ineapple Orange and Lemon forming a stock company, buying a ... 110 8 lit :2 11I1 :2 III at W.sh'g'n.Sontb'n.......... .d.m '4Op... c"Xi'.nLa.: ... Too- .F.o..... I.: lj .r..*..AUUi:.. Ike
PMLFVaM
City U I 26 If 00 2 20 Baltlmore..I'L&' ......... I00 am 1111I P" A. Blrmin trm. Aenthern II 20 ....,.... : : apnnuivAl.WNkie_ 1h4
Land taming CoCoa. .4 11II 346 820 240 Memph, I" K. O. M. A H. 10 2U .........
<< For Sale .. 16... 100 : .
Cheap. 10 a 70 3 III' 2 711 t Phlla'phlaPa.R.R".10 r Ka... U..K.O.... ...M. 6 au Pll.j......._. by J. B. Soreven, only
ODDS AND ENDS.A Eau.. ( 1101 4 4 M 110 4 42'III a 3 311 MV.lurla '.NYork.Pa.B.I'L.' .. .. .. IIGp.. Ip.m . .. . .. .. .....--..
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I have as 4 06 4 71) 3 11II 11'.a 5hrkroogh
for sale 80 acres of pineapple beads 1000. 11II II M 6 2ft 4 JIll the "Land e' 1h. .y." II Daly -
pound of phosphorus ; :
md 1 Wo.dley 31) 1111II 11811 4 1101Olft'orel.
on St.
Lucie river, a few miles be- I.JIuo."UI..r. .. .... TirPi
.
1)11' Eden 40 of which northeast 000 matches.Over Rt. ) .11II.7" 6.46 at6 0 Ile 71) tI..h, ........:..p II .16 pm QUICK TIME TO ALL
,
being 7,000 varieties of microsccpi Fort 1031) a 56 II M 8 145 Columbia "Roolbore.. ............. .180 am8p.eunbar.
carter of northeast quarter of section North ADkou. II 7 .. .11 l a w POINTS NAMED
seashells have been enumerated by nat 11II III C 110 e 16 10:.wllClitie. .
: ... .y .AIIbeY111.. 14o pm
4 Ankona. ... 10M 12ft 7 00 9 2121.1.c.
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township 38, south of range 41 east; ural tL .. v.Aah.vlll.. Tt..... 11841 pm
1011I1 7 IO 7 2e
lie other 40 is the northeast J..D..n.. ,... .. ... 1111II' w!. 1311 8M8u..rt m .. Knoxville, ............. I 10 pwit.
''f quarter, In the old Italian book of Branca, .. 11 21) T M0 1 11II 8 soAllen. .CiAaIa.a... Q. b c.. ............ T 14 am
southeast quarter of section 3, steam .... 1M 146 ( 3
Rome, 1620, ia represented a 110 1 1 Iniota. t
1\11I1 114/t 1114 T / Short train leave* Everett for Brniuwloli .. TOO: .... OjUly. Thrua..a Pullman ilwper .....
wnshlp 38, south of range 41 east. wheel turbine. 8<'l11ft
The above land can he bought for #10 The division of time into hours was West Palm Beacb.....l.. .. ..: 12311 1:170 : ;; n/ : ;: For full information apply to any Agent of this great Railway .V'- .T MAC .

er acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, known to the Babylonian since the remotest Lantana... .... .. ... 1J III) 10 31' 9 lilt" 9 20thnyOk System or connections. It, OO.YUWST. .
range lemon lime of : .. ....... 1316 11) 0(1) 11) IS 9 Mr :
times antiquity.
) 1.4 fee.
or growing. LID_ .. . .. e..mU :"'
.. 1410 1056 .1541) 81461'rotfreSIO. : /"f'It .
Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for Remember that wine increase the ...... .. .". 1530 I 1M 114'1 'oM V. A. TURK, W. B. GBDW, J. 1C. CULT, 8. H. HARD TOOK, x e srLeeopdoarwar' r"AIDe..... rw
**". when Fort Lao..lal. 16541 U 7& 11 61' 10711 ca. C-a.. Qa.sBprtBt.adrat. Tnttto X_...... Ass. Gee.Ps _1tJ'' t ..
this r- s AIL
This land will soon be worth $50 taste of salt For reason lu.cay.. .......... ... 1.16 12 TO 12 4& 11'0 > Ipa e.pvian.rn/IOaaepl iW
I '*r acre. wine U used for flavoring, very little Lemon City.......... .. 1836 '2110 12M U... W.abl. on.D. a Wa*k411ba.D. OLV. ,..... ..-. 0. Ob A....... O... ,
the Miami.... .. ... .. ._. ts10 1110 1:1116: 121.. )l tiftej3"1io
Apply to C. H. Walton. ADVOCATE salt should to pat in until after D. ALLEU,

like; or Robbins A Graham Titusiii. wine oevs been used when more may. be ... D. EARNER 1 Florida p..esal... Alai. .4 2rumAwdSHeeaf e
added if i-T! 113 Rot by Mn9L JACICJ6QNYtLL&. ...:-;:: twYdit.a.9BOa parr I .,
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"'! .... INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, +- creed, still' some very cogent reason I' value-ns a copper coin about the size of successful answer. There are several shall u-be If pleased you need to !get any a Job share printing of it., we I I J. S. JOHNSON C :
of farthing conditions that arlso that would Cfl;
r I' would be necessary to cause us to a / vent, having a square might
hole in it: that 1 it used to exchange at materially modify the answer. ',
t i I I II Officer: Washington Avenue, Titus vllle do otherwise than support the 1,500 of them to the tact (Chinese ounce The present system of coinage Is one !rr GIVE THE "ADVOCATE" AN Manufacturer* of _
Indian River; Florida, C'ounty.Democratic; ticket that i le, of silver); that now the silver tael is only with gold and silver kept at parity, by ADVT. It Is a Good Advertising Me-
F ..r course, by leave of Paddlson, worth 1,100, and this great fall has taken limited coinage of silver and legal tender dium for those who want to increase ....Fishing Supplies..
A'Vt'rl"Gftulden & Co.CRRRUSHED. place inside of a year. That owing/ to obligation of the government. Under their business.
A WK1tKI.T JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THB DHVKIsOPMHNT this, all salaried officials being paid in this system, there Is no objection to paying
silver, this fall Is a serious calamity, and / in silver provided the creditor will
Or TUB INDIAN RIVBH, I.AKB
{ WOBTU AND] BIHOAYKB BAY SBOTIOHII.PUBI.I8UKU : I II! that, practically, China, a supposed silver take it. But government/ is in the VPLtntocl-d :1dLLZ3.: :
standard country, 'has unexpectedly position of a horse dealer who says to an In section at once to sell staple
and become '" : "Here are two every
unwittingly a Intending purchaser
Sfr I EVERY VIIIDAT.CHAR. We: read with some amusement country at one remove, because It IM horses just as near alike in value as two goods todealersj; no peddling; experience Cotton and Linen Netting;
r the complimentary resolution pass- really a copper one. But the concluding peas. They don't look exactly alike, but unnecessary; best side line. $75.00 a Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc Fbhp

f?1S! 1h fi H. WALTON, Editor&.Proprietor.Subscription. .d 1 at the meeting of the silver club paragraph is so interesting and significant the good points of one exactly balancethe commission month. /Salary made.and Address expenses, with or 2 large cent Tackle Rods of every Description; IIOQb
at the of the other-neither Lines, Reels, Sinkers,
i held 21st present moment, that I must good points Units ete,
Monday, Sept. con- sealed Clifton Soap
fur ,
quote it verbatim : "But Ills Excellency have any bad points. ,I will\ take the stamp particulars B3T-: TARPON: TACKLE A SI'InALT1:
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? t'tenining: as "unjust unfair and not has another difficulty on hand, which Is same price for one I do for the other; and :Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati Baltimore
Twelve months, Itsc democratic I ," a certain editorial! more peculiar to himself. Two years there i III not a cent difference between Ohio. ]\ij,
ft'1 Six 1.00 lint! appeared in the AI>VOCATKcriticising ago he established a silver mint In Wu. them." The purchaser selects the one
Tlireo '. OH! < that chang fur the coinage; of dollars and fractional he wants, and the dealer may be badly =::
y ,1 ( Single copy, .e a speech was recently *. At that time the Mexican dollar left but he cannot squeal\ evidently. Stable
Strlotly In advance. delivered under the auspices with which it was intended to compete Your free. silver talk suggests another Chickamauga Company .
'- .- -- ----.--. --- .._---- .. .-- elf; t.hat.club. We can picture to changed for a little under 1,10.\)) Met of conditions that some of your followers
I ftirselves: the unholy glee with : cloth; but the time his coins were aver ht arise, namely-gold Chattanooga Tenn. 'I h O]to 31:13:
? ; POOR MAN'S MONEY. roatl issue the Mexican and American nnd silver coined free and circulating/
which brother the
of
our Star pub- dollar Lain Lake and Lola Falls Lookout Point Point
TRIPS TO Park
which had come on the scene together at par. There would be, as faa'all junk
Iwlied: that resolution, and the joy meanwhile, had dropped to 850 cnsh. I am aware, no objection to paying In Uock Natural Bridge, Telephone Hock, Hock City and 1 Village, Chlckamniiiriu; !! ]lid,
The much-used phrase "Sliver elf! those of his readers who are However, Ills Excellency was determined silver" under these conditions HO far ns tary Park, National Cemetery! :Mission Ridge, Bragg's Tower, I'help's Tosr
is the poor man' money," hats a ewer looking for a chance to crush, that his. dollars should circulate at 1,000 the bond holder was concerned; but ho Orchard Knob, Walden's Ridge

good deal of truth in it. All silver' rod if possible entirely demolish, cash each, and proclamations were pouted would still have the choice of metal, or New Brick Stables Eight and Chestnut Streets.
countries are very poor ; and l it Is: the: threatening punishment to anyone who the parity would bo at once destroyed. SAM. W. DHLS, Maiucor.!:
pink-paper.
might refuse them at that rate. lie also But now we come to a set of conditionsthat
I stated the authority of men It is worth while silver ------- -- ---.---- -------.-.- .
upon mind --- -
ftt. rn i scarcely tonotice ordered the soldiers to be paid with these you doubtless had In --- -=
''l 1" 4lf? ''id who have made this subject a lifer such a resolution, fathered instead of cash. As may be readily coined flee at far below its intrinsic

r ''. 1 ( '? w study,. that there is not a silver ss it evidently is by the narrow- imagined/ these proceedings soon gave value; !gold no longer kept in reserve, W. B. DAWSO1T
1 in the world rise to serious difficulties, to moot which and only silver offered in payment of ,
standard
J country sahided spirit of our local free
he determined that, since no one else coin obligations. Under those conditions -
% whose laborers receive over fifty sliver, leaders ; we beg to state, would give 1,000 cash for his dollars, he silver must stand on Its own mer- Wholesale and RetailLIQUOR
j' ; cents per day. It is the poor man's however.'that the ADVOCATE is still would do it himself; thus they wore its, and our finances are on I\lIllverhl\lIls,
ti: money in the same sense that fikins! democratic' sheet, having not yet announced as legal tender for all taxes without any provision having been made
r at that rate. The consequence has been for contracts or obligations made on a WINE & flANT
man's pestl-
1 the clothing,
1 are poor pone over to the republicans on the that he has now got nearly all his dol- gold basis. :
lentlal huts are the poor 01ln'shouses oiie-ehte i l nor the populists on the lars back again, and they have nrrrr rome We can only guess at the depreciation -
and despotism is tbe poor II', her. 'We intend to support the Into general circulation at nit. It will be but we have sorhe pointers. 4-
"' ''i man's government. state ticket in its entirety, but dos interesting to see what he will do with 00,00 i ( ounces a month gave. silver no
them next." Hero we have tile extraordinary permanent advance. The free coinage 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
the
3nten l national
.ot < to support spectacle of the oldest eastern of silver by India has not advanced the
? 1'' r' ;i "THE habit that some derno- free silver ticket, for the reason and the youngest western civilized states, value of her coin by a mill on the dollar.; Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Ham? ll
;, ',il I ratio newspapers have adopted of tHiut we believe that the financial -the autocrat on the one hand and the And we may conclude that our new dollars ,
the sound-money democrats: policy to which that ticket is people.on the other-/grappling with a would not advance the value of
calling problem that hat been solved, to their silver materially. What advance there Mexican and Florida Cigars
s 'assistant republicans) ,* and denouncing pledged:\ will be far more disastrous hands, by the genius of European com- was would be In favor of bullion owners,

J y I'' r their organization as 'the I ;tt the country than any policy that merce. miners and creditors, and would be calculated FINE FANCY GROCERIES
A :McKinley kitchen annex,' will not I bis-over been suggested heretofore I would remind your readers that my to cause suffering/ silver standard 1- ,

}, I!. encourage them to work 'for the I >y} any party. We even have the last letter was only the skeleton, nor by countries all over the world. The WHISKEYS from $2.00 I'er Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Good)
I any means a complete one, of the subjecton depreciation from the gold standard
; z State Democratic ticket. Every 1 uu'dikood to consider ourselvesq hand, intended merely M au aid, possibly would. be against creditors and In favorof rnr- Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.
I '" democratic vote is needed ''in the [wite as democratic as the gentle- In directing reflection to the teal debtors, and from the whole tone of If you wish to open an account you must give first-class city reference

4 !state election,.without reference to 1 moeJl 'who compose the free silver gist of the question of the hour. I pro- your speech, I conclude that you will --- ------- -.. --
i national 11ubS.or of them wouldp pose to add to those dry bones that"cost believe with me that the depreciation of
differences of opinion on c any one
( { of production" was used by me in its our silver below the /gold: standard would
i''vi!, issues."-Flu. Citizen. Nor, we : wbubly be at a loss to define withp broadest sense and embraced effort of nil be very great. Perhaps you will also

till a would add, ure the rabid and senseless decision where his democracy ends kinds-muscular, Intellectual, machine, agree with me that all legal tenders, including New Fall Goods. c
4 denunciations of local silverY u Did .populism[ begins. time employed and profits. The last, / silver dollars, issued on a /gold -
1; generally expressed by modern economists basis. will be Instantly withdrawn from '
} (' t' clubs IIke-ly.to have more encouraging Were told that our editorial ,
J any as "chords of industry" Is largely circulation to await a decision of the 'I
effect. wa" a "grossly untruthful and made up of the cost or award of Intellectual / supreme court as to the status of these An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods
t li
usually kept
t 'scurrilous attack. This is the direction of labor, and may, theie- legal tenders on the new silver basis.
S' .t' ''ff- WE: are not greatly concerned :kind of language/ we naturally look fore, legitimately be Included In "cost of Now, as to paying coin obligations In "
uction." I exclude profits of depreciated silver. We have a of "General Stores: DOMESTIC GOODS NOTIONS HATS
Ii i. + by the denunciation of ourselves :for ;from) the source whence it prol spec- way ,
ulatioDH and of trusts and
profits speculation bartering/ /goods: produce. Suppose
p I and our principles ,hurled at.u. by came, >and considering that source, being merely the obtaining of wealth by I had obligated, in /good faith, twenty CLOTHING Etc Our prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt li
+ h I 1 the silver club, ortlceretl .hy a < ew we pass it by. without further com- one class or Individual at the expense of years ago to pay a large debt In yearly shipping. One can depend to get good value for h ti
; i 1 }political nonentities, and an ephemeral nnent, .merely.remarking in passing another. Trusts, apparently, are the application instalments, and both principal and Interest
of one of the principles of be in The money. we Sell to Dealers only.
organization at best, it is hewer that the intolerant character of were to paid potatoes.
{ socialism, co-operation, by an astute few trade is bona fide I what I want at
a get
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f 1 4'' likely to become a (power -in the' ithe authors of the resolution is to acquire better profits at the expense lowest possible price, and I pay in good Some "Special Bargains" in HATS, UNDERWEAR, SIIIUTS, CLOTIITO
land, .eitJher, for good or for evil: seen in 'the words which follow and of the manses. They may be In some potatoes (the best I have for twenty Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by III1-A

+ 'k and we can bear the burden' of \the read -"only to-be looked for in a cases of possible public benefit by cheapening years. But now, while feeding my hogson solute Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT
J with equanimity and a republican paper." commodities; but, being founded refuse/ potatoes, a thought comes to
.3 t displeasure most.virulent From ithe tone of the upon selfishness, this is scarcely prob- me that fairly makes my brain l'eel' andI POLLAK & CO.,
The general
clear conscience. -
to "That fellow Is
t myself : I. owe
li abuse of an organization .so resolution',would seem to be a able.A friendly critic has also called my making say money out of my hard work; I 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla

Ip totally devoid-of influence is perfectly heinous crime. to differ from the attention to the apparent paradox, the this three or four per cent Interest has --- .--
statement in my former letter presents, doubled his since I borrowed
money
and
sliver lub
innocuous, and provide express an opinion that the cost of obtaining gold equals from him. He is no better than a hog, JAMES PRITCHARD' President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President;
i miming reading for any one, ,possessed of, our "own. -We .made a few remarks about the standard of value. If the hazards anyhow. Why, oh why did I not thinkof C. S. :Schnyler, Cashier.
h?. t 1 of the erualletst sense of I ..on .1\Ir.Paddison's speech as of the gold hunter-his good for this before ? I will give him hog

/ humor. We "hall look eagerly forward I it appeared from our standpoint, tunes and reverses-making his trade u potatoes this fall." So I pick out the INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
y to farther anthological ( and we ,were far,.from being singular purely speculative ono, (for who may required quantity of half-rotten potatoesthe
any measure the cost of a nugget of the very worst I have, and the only )
{ compliments it may see fit to In o>nr opinion) ; the silver club precious metal obtained by him-its cost regret I feel Is from the fnct that they
it..does noth: thought it "well delivered and (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
shower upon us, as if .a may have Involved only a few hours' me not n good deal worse than what
ing else it will possibly add to our' convincing argument ;" we saw in loafing\ or may have wrecked a life I 1)), if they are; and I present them ns payment ? Authorized capital, $IOOOOC
those hazards are eliminated, the studentof of just and honest debt. The creditorhas r. (
I somewhat limited vituperative vo it a maximum assertion and a a Paid up capital, $25,00t
i the subject may readily recognize/ the to take them, aa contract calls for 1 --.r c-\
xnfnimutn of
and
cuhulary. argument were self-evident tiutfi of the Average deposits, $150OOC
statement "potatoes" only. Now, as you and your "!' u
not'greatiyimpressed! by the man- which is but another way of expressing associates propose a similar trick with --
F fI HAVING been! dubbed( a republican Iner 'of its .delivery-a mere differ.oeIU',9 that the earliest elementary substance is all coin and legal tender obligations.., I 1- : Transacts a General Baniii!
the true standard of value and if adopted .
by that .author of opinionthat'a all. except gold, it will not appear so odd to ..
paper supreme iU cost Is the standard.By / your audiences, now they understand It, .- ..4 "
t 4 (' ity, the silver club, it seems that a While we arc sorry that that circulation Is meant that amount of that "grave and reverend men" of groat Business,

l'' republican tone in discernible in eminent body l the Bryan and Sew money nooossary to effect the exchangeof experience should turn to the. youngest J
( 4 all our writings. \Ve are informed all free silver club, of Titusville, commodities, and must not bo con and least experienced for advice. The Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rile!
'( Fla. whatever lathe fused or mentally bracketed with capital l, more grave, reverend and experienced,
h that some wiseacres wbo, by or correct __ Exchange sold on all Foreign Coiintri
which seems to be a very common error:, the more advice they would naturally
the way
I quainted/ with their native tongue, Hot consider the ADVOCATE: a democratic of circulating/ medium required by the person to whom they turned, 4a JAS. DIRECTORS n'W.B.BAKIKtTI1Mljl( !
considered our "comment" on the : paper still we -expect to any commonwealth, at any given time, 'the better qualified to give advice. I uf the National Hank of Jack.o"vllle.1)!
' of Senator Pasco and eke out A precarious stilting, existence eludes estimation, because Its variation would suggest/: that David B. Hill neither 4' S' OUKKBH (Vlce-lTesl speeches Is the ellect and not the cause of abun- asked or needed Much advice.If ; Jacksonrllli), and W. M. Jitn()WN
t ) Superintendent ShenU republican.We even with ,the .weight of dept or scant harvests, brisk or dull I have made mistakes either In COBBK8IONDFNT8.Seaboard : .
made n9 comment whatever on that august body sitting on our trade and, activity, or depression In man promises or conclusions, I have no doubt National Hank of New York Su''
the speeches of these gentlemen, d>v
I J but a slight outline of the will say that we trust that the large factor In developing trade and ly point them out to me, as I am anxiousto 1"Z".rUSVILLE FLA.
L, gave club feels honored and commerce, and its value, regulated by get a fair understanding of the subject ,
made each gratified
principal points by : supply and demand, Is expressed and will thank them for their -- -.
speaker, taken from the .mere that -we have accorded .so much whether rightly or wrongly-by the rate trouble. If he will answer for me the PAPlrearlSouth
Jengthy report which appeared .dn valuable space to a matter that is of Interest charged for its use. Capital following questions, I will be under still W. J. HILL ___ M.

') I the Citizen. If there were any inexpressibly puerile and ,.ntlrely( may be termed corporate, substantial, greater obligation : I
{ and the quantity at work may, at any Would not the taxing of the Income
i' S f lgn of republicanism in ..th..t.i.H unworthy of notl-ee. dven time. be tuoortalneil: but- circuit.- from government bonds be a discrimination Florida Wholesale Eons

I sketch then the -ispeeche ,of the Clot la ethereal, Intangible, it might! be against home Investors, as com ,
two gentlemen savored of republieanlsm ,CIHOITLAT10N.IIosjt.SouNu acid, as to the quantity required at any pared with those holding/ our bonds In
which, aa ,our ancient en-: given time. It is impossible for the foreign countries Would not this. -JV. T. =:: :IL.i: most acute statist to express: : the amountof make the price of these bonds higher
l emy Euclid would .si' y, ,is .absurd.' : :! FLA., t Kept._:2Q'h) circulation required 'by any state at abroad than here ? Would not this. ESTABLISHED 1873. -
sI It is just such displays of ignor Editor: Jdvocatr any given time. I'roduetlon makes cir- drive them from the country, as. sales. '
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ance that make us all the more culation; activity In trade and manufactures would naturally be made where the Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders'
content to mark out our own course In my butt letter, I contfued myself ,to attract circulating medium-they market was the best? This la with reference ,
i demonstrating the rationality ut Kvld an create their own wants. When those are to the Income tax: alone-apart I'
V S and follow it without reference to the standard, s>t valuo. 'The advooiitoa dull then, and only then, circulation becomes from free III vel'. Would not the incometax Kinds.S.A.J.VFO
all
expediency or threatened low of free coinage of Buyer, at a fixed and consequent dormant and the medium .la laid generally Increase the tendency # Materials of .

,Y patronage. arbitrary value, contend that up In public or private depositaries, among our multi-millionaires to make
thereby the circulating; medium of tha much as the mercantile marine of trad- their residence in London, Paris or Quebec xI: FLORID4MIAMI. :: ._
state, will be .#reunod. liy this ..inoreaee Jng community is to be found laid up ? Would not the loss In personaltax --
I i IhJ'ORJI: : we again go to press another election will have passed! will be given; ,wages, will bo raised and Free coinage of silver or any other by their removal from among/ us, be
..I' heads and it ia to be labor become move stable; /anu n. and metal, therefore, cannot affect the In greater than the gain from the Incometax !
over our ,
( manufacturers will have a greater and dustry of any country; and they who l'III1Jt *
hoped that every one will go to the larger demand ,for their produceand believe and expect a commercial millennium not the excessive demand for gold,
4 polls determined to cast his vote goods, and farther, that capital- from this suddenly popular rostrum ns compared with other legal tenders,
according to the dictates of his hits will become a tlilac. / of the put audI : are living, It Is feared, in a fools' arisen within two years ?
conscience. All personal grievances I monopolies will die. All thU I* to be paradise. Did not Populist control In the senate, 'town !

{ t accomplished by an Increaatxi clrculatioa Yours truly, Insufficient revenue and free-silver agitation Lots Now Sale
real or imaginary must be of ictltloiw or faille standard of value.A II. StACHAJTlB.K. :. cause this demand ? on
?2 1 laid aside, and a temporary differ.J clear idea of what circulation of Would not the correcting/ these
once of opinion with a candidate money, or what medium exchange la, three errors be the logical way to supplythe
11 will enable ..w ao see whether these will WILBUR REPLIES TO treasury with abundant /gold: ?
a I 1 'A must not make us Where deviate from the result by coining silver into money at. JlOl. ItOBT. w. DA via.TITUSVILLK Could not the people of this country A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For
path of duty. allegiance any ebos n ratio. But before entering do business without money If the business ,
to party does not clash with principle upon this new subject, I should like to was here to do, by use of cotton, Tuttle
i it is our duty to abide by that draw the attention of your readers to FLA., Sept 28, '96.Hon. wheat, tobacco or whiskey certificates, Mrs. Julia D. -
some points contained la a letter appearIng personal checks secured by real estate
d i and the candidate that party Kobe. W. Davis :
party in the London\ Times of August list, and endorsed by board of trade, or many
II' has put in nomination ; notwithstanding which throws a singularly clear light Kespected. : According to promiseI other devices t la not the stlrrlng-up of CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
the"republicanism"of' a upon the subject matter of my last letteron made you, I will attempt to answer popular discontent against employer,
disability to see anything good in money, as well M on the. subjfct of your challenge- use your own word. creditor and millionaires a dangerous Selected
free silver we hope to. see the tbe present on -.circulation.. Now, the terms .of this challenge were expedient: : for carrying an election t all parts of the Town. Carefully
This letter Is dated Hankow South very Indefinitely' stated, but aa I understood What 'la going to allay this discontentand
State.Democratic ticket roll up .at ern China, and treats of many affairs In It, were about as follows : You excitement when the Election Is Fruit and Vegetable Lands on
least the majority of 20,000'gener- that city foreign to our present subject; challenge any gold standard man to give over t Might not a worse thing happento : ,
ally conceded to it ; and while'we It says, among other things, that the A convincing reason why the coin obligations the Democratic party than to be Miami River sand Bay :13itea311eCorrespondence
ourrency question has boon giving his of tlie government should not be defeated at the next election f If so,
think that in matters men ::r-
county Excellency the Viceroy a great deal of paid in silver. Then follows a clear, what ls It r Solicited from Actual Investor and SeWen-
( should be elected for their worth anxiety" lately It goes on to describe lengthy and humorous statement of the Tour very respectfully, Main Office FLORID*
I tl; rather than tor their political cub: or "ta'len"-tbe ref> standard ofi penalties that ..111119 ujj 4e'goise In ease JZ. r. WJLBUB. Hotel Miami, .' MIAMI,

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g. Department of Agriculture says It needed all the skill\ he had to land Malabar. I

leather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. It, hook but he and/got It line.; and did There It fairly Is nothing, witha SILVER OR GOLD.Better G. G. SPRINGER ;


hie following Is a comparative for tricky about Alf. .Watermelons and guavas are still with

it of temperature and rainfall the The closing up of the equinoctial U8. than either is a healthy Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of .
tic ending Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1800.1805. storms for the season has been noted ,
Plenty of fine rains to make the needs liver. If the liver ia: O. K. the I
__1890--( only for the "boom
in real estate" It
I glow nicely, which have just been ia O. K. Hid blood ia kept
)c. MAX. MIK. MAX. MIN. caused: from Tuesday 22nd, to Monday man

72: HO< 811 72 following' ; quite a stir was created. One ilantcd. pure, his digestion perfect, anti he ICE ANDDistilled

74 80 86 74 pile of sand just north of the hotel must Somo very strong winds have made enjoy lifo and act intelligentlyand
71 73 86 74 contain f>0 tons Manager /Sharp hail things lively of late, but the weather is can

JS 73 84 73: shrewdly figured on using the elementsto Hitter at present patiently_ upon the questionsof
74 76 till 76 aid him in the You all know what to
filling In the lot there and Robt. T. Smith left Monday for his day.
78 70 87 71 now all that Is needed is to level it down. homestead- on the east aide, where, he take. You have known it for years. WaterRefrigerators
76 87 70 That
73 Is.blt: the big fence was put
up .
will garden this winter. It is Simmons Liver Regulator
joUl rainfall for the week: 3:40: inches for.

kuttire from normal rainfall for the Dr. Neiffer, of Philadelphia expects MI H Henrietta Stnrck returned home Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers
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lie; plus 1-21 inches. Departure quite a number of his lends, down nturd.iy, from 1'1 tl111"I lie, after a ,
rainfall since I lontU's stay at the normal.
normal January
shortly from his
ii town. He has rented
FACTORIES. .....
3.H8; Inches. his cottage for a year, and now his yachts Frank Idner and his mother were vis-
J. W. CHONK, Observer. ready for use. Ho intends to add to ting friends here' this work. They have IMM.O S Cocoa and West Palm IScacli.

his fishing/ record the capture of some list returned from n trip iioith. ___ ___ m __._ ____ _< __ --. -
of those much-coveted tarpon (silver We noticed the took
Banyan.r. king) fish. They can often be neon from following person
the train north '
Dloalayfor points 10- !
he; hotellorch. sporting out beyond the SEEDSGARDEN FIELDSEEDS.
reakors. tn1'l1lllt) tlio same day: : C. W. Bi>lton, and
ROIl Mrs. J. A. Booth were ploaa- As they throw themselves up Miss( Jennie Houell Id\re. J, T. Ware,
out of the
water they look like pieces of:
and Miss Isn Forest
[callers in Banyan on Sunday last
burnished silver. The difficulty has

\\'a are told there Is a new store opened been to get n boat outside the surf butIt C. A. Kellum. of Tampa, who came EGULATORFor I the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of First-
Tropic, Mr. T. Campbell proprietor.s'srs. is now done by going out at tho inlet, Iwl'o to purchase or trade for propnty} Carry Strictly
from tho liver. hall been: 81l'k'Ith a spell of bilious
Sam Chllds and Fred( Whit- ever, at C. C. Cnm'oll's, for several days, class SEEDS in the State -
are In Banyan this week. Mr but I ,<. ....
UlHoou ho
al>lo to got out and\ attend -
IliU In building a room onto his house, Reams.The ; to business. wb'SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering elsewhere All Seeds tested
I Mr. Whitlock will remain all winter years you and your fathers beforusont out t

lien your correspondent said that THE UHI'UIL1CAN CANDI have found it of sterling worth.It L. CAMERON, Seedsman,

Vt., Sliarpo hud! a majority of theirs strong northeast winds wo have is and always has been put up t 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA

of this precinct on his petition had for several days: past, make us foci DATES.rt.A. only by J. H. Zeilin & Co. Take .
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[county commissioner, he stated facts that a storm is nl'lIr. if not with us. -
licit be and when he none but the genuine. It has the
can proven; The school children are enjoying the MltLnol'RNl\:. ., Sept. 28: 'OH.
oil) that the senatorial delegate was institute lied Z on tho front of the wrapper, A Fertilizer for Fruit.
than theil'tlJllchol'
tsen by a small body of gentlemen ,for possibly they (have'more holiday after To the Republican} voters of tho lilth: and nothing else is the same, and V
It after the largest crowd had gone Senatorial District and Biovard County -
Ine from the primary, he also stated three: months of faithful woik. Florida: nothing so good.Muster's. "

thing but' facts. If there has been We have one more bachelor to 'add to Knowing,: you to be sound and active -rr-- .." :."- ,.... :rrrr-= "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer, ,I

Le Impressions sent our from hero our already huge list. Mr. Whittlmer republicans, who desire party success i
ky were scattered broadcast over the will join the ranks of the beau growers Sulo.UNUKK :Jr:1oo: $$25.0 :Jor T<:>:D... X
inty by the writer of that malicious and gain a little Insight: into the work for patriotic reasons only, I call: your attention -

iclo which appeared In tho Cocoa before t buying laud and settling among to candidates nominated for senator -, aUAHANTI3EI) ANALYSIS :..... .. i
iluoii'O nf fore-
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and virtue ot
\vs of last week. I, too, nm opposed us. represontutlvo and county officers. anil by eel.. iHMitliiK out a of tho (Inutt MolHtnra.. ., . ..1. .S to K) Per Cent.

newspaper I willing controversies to defend myself, but am against ableI Mrs. White and sou came down from They make no claim upon your support, I Charles Court K.for: Sliiltz tlrjvanl defog uounty,|IIIHIIIHH, Klortthi under, whortvIn tliu Ammonia, . .4j>
h malicious attacks either Ol'moncllast week, to join Cnpt. White, and know well In advance that you are linn mime iiml style of ClmrloK K.: Stnlt Com Phosphors Acid . ,5 to II" "

papers or otherwise. The writer through of of the life saving station. We gladly not likely to favor them unless upon full IaiiNaui in K. rouiiilimiit HouHtoii| | his,wife and/ John Mini, ('Imrltin HoiiHtim Ilium and* Potash (Actual, ) . . ,II to rt "
welcome all \the "the '
article stated he had not by word newcomers; more consideration! of all other claims liolnic ImHliiHHA uiiiir, | th' l\\run luiuiM' and style Made exclusively from Itilglit; Cotton Meed Meal, Nitr+ito of Soda Blond Bono
tho merrier, HO say the festive mos you <>( mirluH Ilium Sc; t'i: >iii|>"nyiiro .1.Int.1| I
the office of comraisiier and of l'otlMh.r 1
action
Ground Tobacco
Bought Dissolved :Stems
quito. think; their election expedient and will Hull at jiuhlli'ntitcrv, In trout of tliu "(/I"thllll.e Phosphate, Fine Sulphate
and he paid at least proper. TltUHVlllo} Wilto directions' for and further nl"u ask for
yet one man door, nt Klnililil. during; time for using,: piutloulais;
clrcuUte his petition nnd solicit slg- T. W. JelTers and wlfo nod J. W. They want no man's support on lethal' hours IIf ode, on tliu liras \ ", )' /inNovumlHT oopy of "lOoonomloal\ Kortlllzlng\ for Fruit We curry n large stock of nil\ Fcrtlll5or \
It also be shown that of Once and wlfo to nmko other grounds. To those who know A II 1 1X1)11) to the highest mud) lest 'Inl Tobacco Potash Wilte for Ices bo
luren. can : were Intending allY bidder for o.h. the lc>IU>wlti ilimi-rllmd, rent' UN- Matnt Cotton SocIIl\h'I\I. Oust etc pi *
IIS signers he boasted of some of a tour of the upper river In a rowboat, how and why they became candidatesfor tnt i Hltitiuuil in liravuril county. (Suite of fare buying. We seek tho growers trade direct.
em signing his petition while under but the stormy weather of Thursday Interfered FInruhtti.waf
the nomination no denial of recent WILSON & TOOMER
of block
CniiiniuiiohiK) nt tilt smitllwi'Ht corner
that We understand however> the ,
[ Impression Capt. Sharpe wast ,
misrepresentations on this subject IH necessary No. 2, Irom tliiinre northerly alnnu; the cast Mile
a candidate, and they afterwardsnod little boat will move as soon ns wind and of Illjihlanil avoiiuo two :litiiiilruil nml: clxtuun(21U
They had long bcen1l.ltot! by The Fertilizer House of Florida
1 the captain's petition. It is a weather permits. ( ) remit I from tlumue eiiAtttrlv, at right angles ,
liundruds of prominent voters to become with ill uhmd avenue ninety-iilim (Uli) fuel to apiiHt Jacksonville Fla.Fred'k.
at pity that this would-be dictator, candidates before they gave tho matter nalil ,past belnfr the soil,thwsat ooriuir ami .
e or ruin class of men, should exist serious conxlderntton. Blurting |poi at III tho triuit of had' I hurt'hy' convnyiHl .
this stage of advanced civilization. [Send tho ADVOCATE an order for any fine thence piintorlv at right anulim with -3>< I IeE.
job printing you need.] Those solicitations came both orally: Highland; avHiitm thirty-three (:.W) fuel C.mlltbcllco
K. C. CKKECII.
and bv letter and HO far from being con- nortlmrlv mud naritllnl, with llluliliuulnvnniio
lined to any 'so-onllod clique or sot of .iwvnnty-flvo ((75)) foot,, Irom theme' wcwt- S. Morse
erly at right anglos with HlKhlanrt avenuethirtythree / > -x-
Melbourne. Canaveral.There politician, they were, In my judgment, ((3:1): tout from theme onthurly .
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fair expressions of the sentiments of the allul with Highland a enno Hevnnty-n've (In) foot
rank and file of the voters of this dis to the post almvq innntionoil. Saul tract of 'Und
ODE A GOODE. Heal Estate nnd trict. liulnir( uttimU'il( on l I.ut. four ((4) and live : .L =RlTrimlaa.Ta.aMI.dMI .
They came equally from all sections block two((2)), aiH'onllnic to thn renoriloit village -.,
.onns. Agents for xKtua, London and is quite an epidemic of severe and not from any one corner pint of the village of Kan:: (Hall I.., nltiiaUiil, In ,
Liverpool and Globe, and Imperial colds in this vicinity at present Frank thereof. section 1
Fire Insurance Special attention paidto Klein la suffering from an abscess in his They hesitated long, for they thought I In book. Bald I),plat I'RIflH.being|, of rmxirtlml the .".\rIl11I1th.; ,Clerk moist : : Xnd.o Oo., .:I"'L0XLX:: D: A. J

the interests of non-residents. head. before so of the Circuit of KlnrklaH. .
accepting,: grave 'n responsibility Court Hrnvaril county, I

Herbert (}. Brown, of City Point, has It should be carefully considered FREEMAN: HAM.. AGENT FOR LANDS OF __ \

Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hodgson and their : rented the Cokeroft farm for the season and I may add that up to the very hour uoti-DO Bnoclal' MinUir. I

tie son, have been visiting lends herois This is one of the best places on the of final acceptance would have acquiesced Florida East Const Railway Company \

week river for growing beans, etc. cheerfully in any general demand from J\lI\8ter' toIlLle.UNHF.Jl Florida Coast Line Canal A Transposition Company,
the voters of the county pointing to
Miss Jessie Ooode has been helping What is the matter with Capt. N. N. others as acceptable candidates.! ItoHton A Florida Atlantic Const Land Company.

father the past week In his real! cute Penny for county commissioner P He Is After much deliberation and consulta- end by virtue of a clnrrpn of fi re- ... .. .. .. -- - office, while the junior partner of au old resident, well known throughout tion with such friends ns they could ; allot Hale iHHiieit out of the Circuit
o firm was absent for a few days. the county, and a thorough businessman. reach and in the belief which still Court Jlrovanl county Florida.' on tho
they whore-In,
:20th! day) of HnpuniilM'r. A 1> 1HIM AaroiA. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. :
We noticed Mr. and :Mrs. O. W. Idner, entertain, that tho desire for them to ItoUrnuw) I I. ooinplalnant" and Stephen. U.
(lelKor and his wife, Ida. L. Ueltter, are defend
id } The school house at Artesia vel'Ynearly run wits quite general among their fol10wclllzeulI ,
son Frank on the south-bound train
a"t..l will sell at iml>llu auction. rout of tin
turday evening returning from' theirip finished, and will be ready for occupancy they at last 1 reluctantly court hmtseuer( In Tltnavlllo, uurlnir the I lugnlhours '
north to their home in Palm Beach. when the school term 1ns. consented and having been nominated oi milo, upon the drat Monday in Novem :7. SUDx..c> i% Qon.nr:1naor.:: :: .
Miss Estello IIorton will again teach at under such circumstances, It Is the dutyof bur, the name being the Hinond day oC said (LATE CHAPMAN A HUDLOW.)
month to the highest and IHMC lilddur for cnulithe ,
The whist club was entertained las) that place.It their friends to rive them their sup- followhiK
duiiorlbed (ands), lltimtaU In Hrevaril -
\csday evening by Mr. J. B. Mills and port. It Is the duty of every voter in county, Florida, twlti a South Jacksonville Florida. f
a i sister, Mrs. K. Truitte at the elegant will very soon be time for the children the county that Is In favor of change All of: the northeast :quarter' of mirtlnn 10.

me of Mr, and Mrs. John Goode, In to go to school again and some of In our county affairs to support them township 114, niiiith of raiiite Ml east except tin MANUFACTURER OF |
nonh-half of the northwest nuartur or soul
>uth Melbourne. A enjoyable our roads are in a very bad condition; regardless of than all{
very party. Deeper
northeast nnartcr; also exotpt tlie turns followI -
cuing was spent by all present in some places the scrub bas grown up arguments, pleas, or promises, Is the determination tug I tract heretofore, Bold by said Stephen. |) Jtoller >. FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
so that the road Is almost Impassable to have a change and ( to-wlti five a<"ron Bold to Koliurt H. H. j
Capt. Garner, of New York in his fine We wish our county commissioner now (tract and David Ht. Clair Nesbit Ity docu dated ,
hooner Is your oppnitiinlty.Yours July 6th. leas and rocordud. in MILhl county July ,
Alva Is In the
yacht, laying would have It cut out. very respectfully, IIthtlMIIII. In book "K" xn: .ven and a Dealers Kind of Raw Material
rbor and in
here.
Capt. Garner has been K. W. UOOUB.Mrs. !:. 7y4) item,, s./lot' to Andrew N"MIb)' ukwddate Vegetables Every i,
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Ills lug in Florida for about two years, July 23rll. 11511, and .cfl.I..i In "wimi 1 ofl..nty -
id, says Melbourne is one of the pretest [Remember the. ADVOCATE, Titus- August Bth IHHH In l.Hik "K," i ato :ACTS| and Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc. Also
old Norman It.Jolmittoiie, louddstel
by
places ho has in the state. Mr. does all idndll-of Giveus Ed. forty acre ,
vllle
seen job printing. L. Owens, wife of the June :2ilth, IHHtl and recorded In eald
truer In not the first person that has a. share of your work.] genial proprietor of Hotel Geneva, Jack- county Auit. lull, IHHH, In hook "K," page; :into Tho :ramoulet: : : :EZnrd.-TI.D1o: : Suomi: I

mired our town and surroundings. sonville, returned home on Saturdayafter The acre.said. land hereby conveyed contalnliiK. 7H Ammonia. . ,,4 to B per cent j 1

Geo. W Hays was at Fountain Heights n pleasant visit of a month at I will alBo mil all the follow Inn tract of land Available VIios Acid.. ,n to 8 per cent J for 1 Ifllifl.OO Per Ton. ey

Tuesday morning looking after hisiclit Sebastian.Things Atlanta. beginning at tho noutheaHt corner of Hue northeast I'otush K 0..6 to 7 per cent ) ;
quarter of traction/ 10, no emit KKI rodn.
the Annie Laurie, which is nowKh thence north twenty rods thence wimt luu rods. Highest Commercial Value; Riven our .brands In the last Bulletin. Write for .,
and dry on the beach but will be Sulo.UMDKR thence couth twenty role to northwest of be- Prices. Orders for 2 tons and for our brands will be delivered free *f all ;',

ily gotten oft when the water rises. that we notice :' Masters ginning tor of motion; ..ILhll.LnII II. townrihlp b..ln|{ In the 24, south rouge. cjuar!H freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Const at catalogue prices, until

o broke away from Phillips' pier, at That there are more strangers; In town eaBt containing twenty acre \The two tracts further notice.DUREN. ..
pst Melbourne and went straight fore than we have ever seen before. and hy virtue of a ilnrntn of fore- hereby to be old and conveyed contalnlnK 1(17)( .
anil sale tanned out of the circuit acre or no much thereof. an may he mifllclentr --- -- -- .
Goode house dock the night they That Geo. B. Hall. down from Faus Court for iirevaril nounty, Florida on the reallxo the amount" due complainant' principal -
> went down the river. tina working on his place here. ttlth day of Hepteinlwr. 1HWI, I In a certain, cause anil Intermit. and also the flout 01 & FEASTER.
therein (tending wlmreln Aaron A, IMMlraiiw l lcomplainant la suit. etc. ..... .
The lIon. C. T. McCarty of Ankona That there were quite a number of and Kliner L. Jennings and lit* (JEt). H, JU>
.UN8.
ndulate for senator of the 13th dls- guests at the Palm house last Sunday. ell wife,at Afcnenn pnbllo Jennings auction, are In front defendant of the, I courthouse will octa-ao: Special Mmter. GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES Florida and

'ct on the republican ticket, was Inwn That Joe Graham wears a button door at Tltiinvllle, dtirlnjr the legal hoursof ,

Monday, shaking hands with which : "I didn't do a thing to Kale, upon the Coat Monday in November, A Crockery Ohms
says Western Meats of All Kinds
ends who He L> ImM' ,the name lining the wound day of *std LSSTwieiud.
him.
were glad to "
see
him. month to the hlr.h| eat from hero to Palm Beach antI all the following dAnnrllied. real estate Hltuate .
rather suddenly .
That the went out
light
FLORIDA.
iaml, nnd other points In Dade county. / In the County of IIreva,".' town of Titusville, Florida. TITUSVILLE
I'. at the Ice cream stand, one night and State' nf Florida, and deiicrlhoil. a* follow i
McCarty has just returned from a Lot three of the milndlvUlon < .- ..- -.. .. --- .
last week. (3) east of 0,14block
ip to Iowa which state he says will 1 ((4)) lour, of the town of TUunvllle Hre- C. D. Flood 1Ye. '
ve McKinley about 60,000 majority. That there are plenty of nice cherries yard county Florida an shown on the map '
and peaches In town; that this fruit which IH recorded In book "(Ye of deeds, at page James E. Bowman a cherlfl I I GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP 1
:Messrs. Holmes and Redman, of Bosn sells readily. 6W, KHCordu of mall county,or ao much thereof Ilrevaril ooiinty, and ea. I
Mass. arrived an may t>..niilttcient to reallzo: the amount due .moll' .lmlnl.IW of the I Iemate ,
In
town
Monday That Billie Door, a Seminole bravo, the complainant .principal and Intvreit, and alto of J. A.Tomajn l>wy., KoreoloBiire of
uning. They started from Boston to was here this week, trading with our the costa of alit,etc er ilecmuutil, K. I" Dwyer ( Lien
elbourne on their wheels but wheney OF.O. M. ROHIIIN8, hermirvlvlnir husband, an, |

got aa far as Richmond, Va., they merchants. oct2-30 special MtlHter.Hlu Irnt. K. lluunnt her himlmnd, and -, and |I Illndnnt LITTLE :altOS. I.
to That our locomotive salutes the regu-
gnu think the train was better thane Prod F. Ileal. '1UNDER ....

bike. Both gentlemen say they en- lar passenger/ as they pass each otheron rltr'lI Sula.UNDER and by virtue of a final decree mate ,.
yed the trip very much. If we only their different tracks. In the aIH'.. entitled cause
rw !good in Brevard county we That there are a quiet set'of colored wherein C. l). KI'HMt I III complainant semi FERTILIZER &: PHOSPHATE CO. v
see James K.: Bowman a* sheriff eto, et. aI, are
u ld and by virtue of an execution issued
often the railroad
parties laborers working on new ,
respondents by the Honorable John D. ItroomeJudK ,
the '
County Court nf Krevard
heel to see our beautiful Indian River which Is beading for Tampa. In e caiine therein depending. | wherein county, of and court and dated ZHth day of I18ro-| O2: Javlluefoi, .'V':1'O: :J1W1a., "f
entry & Clnclnnatu John M. Handera In complainant, and Luther tetnoer 11IlJf1. whereby I wan ai>|>olnt<)d Special
That the Sebastian Weinberg le defendant 1 nave levied and Master to Bell the 'land nrtnrft..r dencrlbvd 1a Arc Offering Their
Farms R'yls completed to the Sebastian will nell at public auctlon In front of UIMHI the courthouse *Special Master,aa aforesaid. ., will, on Monnay
Advertise in the ADVOCATE If you river, a distance of five miles) door at Tltunvllle, .Florida on Monday, the hid day of .... "'Tinvemisr A 1> IHMI,the came. be- 1010.A.11 Arour .d :: rars.d"at
: : : : ::
:ant to Increase your business. the 2nd day of November, A I* ISO, during time Imt the lint Monday in and a I Kate ..
Elmer Stokes and family moved to legal hour*of .sale to the highest and bent hid' day within the l legal hour ohaie. In foot .i
der fnrraah the following ilencrlked. or the court horse door at TltiiNVllle In said
week where Mr. Stoke property,
this
Woodley the Excootlin Low Price off
and null for naidi to the ly
Coronado ululated In the coi-.ity of jlrevard,and ittate of county stag hlRhetblduler .;
Beach. Is connected with a saw mill. riorlila. tc.-w": therefor, the north-half, of lot 3 anil let 1
rap lb. III and IT, block "A," ()isle Kearli In>- 4, of Mwtlon 21), south of range 3H east; said
Mrs. Cbas. P. Jackson returned home, lirnrenirnt Awux-latlon,all In mo:pi).townxhlp 25 'land. l>luff and being In Krev.rd many, rior :x. d{ $2B Per Ton. ,.-
Another large crowd left the cottages to Hawks Park, this week, after spend oath nf range 37 cant, or no much of above described Ida en much thereof aa will be nw'essary torealize .
property ae will be .J ftcJ.nl to ." the amount ordered to be paid by said ,
last her here. satisfy
time
Monday
visiting parents
DeLand
Ing some
;lkA, principally .execution and coats. decree,and the coats ot said ..ult.D. Ammonia .j. . .... .. . . ,8 to 6 per cent .'
Mr. Leonard Howard preached his J. IIOWMAN' L OAULOKN. Guaranteed Analyst s < Available Phosphoric Acid. . .4 to 6 ", :.;;
Manager Sharp Is busy, fretting Coro"lo farewell sermon to the people of this octt-30 Bherlff Brevanl Co. oct3-3o' Special Master..4 ( Actual Pota8b..8&O..O', "
\ Park In shape.- A 25-foot road has Sunday t, and left Monday morning t.r. 'l
'en graded from the beach to the entice to attend the university at DeLand. Manufactured from the Purest Ammonlates, Super-phosphates, and Potashes
of the and Nothing better for Pineapples, Vegetables and present condition of the Orange ."
in park, a bowling alley Mrs. D. Cain and daughters, of Rose- Trees. ,

transplant course of a construction.lot of olive, Ue coffee expects and land were calling on friends here this JOHNSON LAW & CO. A fine stock of all kinds of Fertilizer Material. constantly. on hand. .. :sj s
.e
week. expressed great surprise
They i
inamon tree nest month and from : < goWrite for Pamphlet and Prices. ,
ahead here.
the things were going
'w on will devote. all his time to tba way Electrical and LITTLE, BROS. FERTILIZER" PHOSPHATE CO.,
rk. The meetings which our citizens are Machinery Supplies. Fla.

holding are the right thing In the right Jacksonville. .
"Alf the Indefatigable made his MANUrACTUKEBft' AOKMTS VOH
np place. Let the good work go on; we -
'Illd
to "
on gel "one. of tbo.e big fellows," want to be proud of the town we live In. High Grade Machinery Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motors and '
Thursday he hitched "Fannr. THE "ADYOCATE" does first-class ': to date
up Generators Warren up- -
Altrenator Horasby-Ackroyd oil Morse Williams
{d at noon returned with a 6O-lb. Jew Oar school will Dot open on the firs engines 4k _? ,

n. It wu the biggest fish taken to of October, as was expected as wa have Co.% ?nrtolr"l-rCI/ll/ ;>Tllfas, EI8 cri ra"j Bwlng machine, motors. Dental motor. Iron JOB PRINTING and meet all "-
Clad epee Jultl..lar l Motors for heaviest factory work street railway caul.. we are preparedto: Competition
e hotel this season, and many of the DO teacher, and can hardly! ran It with- meet.modern !a design Md _tnIcII..... Patty rnsrsaUml and prlca" right. ,

ttagew who enjoyed steak. oft It say out one. Ones we will bate to go t* W. BIHHOF, II........ JACKBOTVItLB FCA.
*7 never tasted anything better. Alf Dixie Land." Salesroom, 51 W... For*jrtfc Bt. Kapatl'Shop 3029 Mile Bt in prices. Give us a trial order, '



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SPICES. .
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.:.'.y \ '", ,' The Over Thirty Years For a month he'd saved but. dollara
F strips of cinnamon bark KNIGHTS .
:t, are n u- OF PY"THiA9.Seminole Saved. bis shirts with laydown collars;
., ally about 40 inches long. Lodge No. 311. holds ltd meetings at All the while
( The clove in the Court house the flrxt four 'rbur w.y even Coin on laundry lunch and unioklsiK
s ,11'. a product of a tree be- Without Sickness. ings of each month, at 8 o'clock,' p.in. Winter clothe at one's1 soaking
y t longing to the myrtle family. L. T. GOODY S. 1>. GEIGEK, Swelled hie pile.

The clove plant ia believed to be Mr. II. WETTSTEIK C. C. M. of F. Se'" K. of It. & 8. .
; a a well-known, And be'e gone on bin Tata tlon-
l native of the Molucca inland. enterprising citizen of Ill. Gone for rest.. and recreation
I :, i IJ'')': Pepper has Byron, INDIAN RIVER OUARIS. So be .....IdFill' -
always been regarded writes: "Before I
as paid much atten- from busy, bustling cities.
I :! (1 ,I u tonio and stimulant to Drill at the Armory ovetlitt county lull, every pr., e
digestion. tlon to regulating the bowels I luewday in Far from commerce bank and kitties
evening mnnthatNo'clurk.
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: ; I fl ( The nutmeg tree begins to bear in the hardly knew a well day; but since 1 A.T. FKA"TKitCaiitalii, He baa fled. JACk

j .1 Rr!' a >I seventh or eighth year and lives to 70 learned the evil results Boon again bell be returning H Ffrnhq

t I ..t'' I or 80 yearn.The of constipation INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD (TKMl'LAUS.. And his While face wltb the skiD bllaten burning

i best grades of cinnamon are almost and the efficacy of Tltusvllle Lodge No. 17 meets every Tuesday From bin nose and ears' a-peellng
as thin as paper and of a light yellowish evening 1:110 Hint: In Presbyterian In church.. Publtu Tell of boating bathing, wheeling
: meetings Tuesday each month.C. That have been. &
: I brown hue. AVER'SPills
", ( I / A. OAKUNKR (}. W. 8CO11IK,
., ; 1r.1. The fruit of the nutmeg tree in about r \B: o't. C. T. And be'll oome around and tell as
: :'! f'' ,,1 I have not had Bow be gave the other follows
f the size
of
t a peach, to which it bears a J
: '. : nickneHP A black
one d.iy's eye.
'f' : : strong resemblance I Is
\ With a certain dreamy creature,
:-. ''f. } Oil d cloves is for over thirty jenrp CHUKCIIKS. Rare of form and fair of feature, {
., i I '. : .,\ an exceedingly valuable '''Id .? not one ntt'wi i< k Sweetly shy; 'or
If adjunct to the
t.It I microscopist, being that did
not to
readily yield Mil- EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
; ,: I used to render transparent slices of ani- How tb. parting aore did grieve her
\ ;\ ; ',' < \ mal tissue for remedy. My wife had been jui-U I !Services the 2nd and 4th Sundays In each When.1 length be bad to leave her
,, r" I'' .. 1\j iI Lt I mioroBoopio examination. ous to our marriage, an invalid lev month, at 11 a. m. and 7:30: p. m. Sunday school And reviveIn
;i After being peeled from the tree the every Sunday at 9.JO a. II'. Kvenlnir prayer at our breast the fair one') sorrow
,.(//'J'1)) I cinnamon bark is in years. She had a prejudice argil,.'' 8 p. m. on Wednesdays.. Utauy' service every A* w. learn be'd like to borrowJfnst
piled heaps in order rrlday at 10 a. m.
1 '{ : ..I I' : that it may ferment; and thus enable it cathartics but as poon its sin. Iof pen REv. B. F, linowif, Rector. a live. Chicago New
I
1, J'II t to fills her Jlf'lLltilIII
\ use Ayer's
:I f
,( .. to be more readily cleaned of the epi I

J,;; 'l 1\\,' 14.f.!! I'. j'I .' dermis. restored." METHODIST: CHURCH. Laundering Big Sleevea SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !
I
; t I li The name of the clove is derived from Regular services every first, third and fourtlBiiniliiys If your laundress does not iron the
:} + i '} Lat'n at 11 a. in. and 7:IX) p, m. t4un.18Yt4chool suit Finest Cuisine an.ISel'vlce. No Transfer between Jacksonville anil New
.r :4I'' 1'1' a word signifying little nail. It every Sunday at 10:CHI a. m. EpworthAtaguo sleeves of your shirt waist. to you Ynrt|
I..;: \ is remarkable each .... them by The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers, .
'* a fact that in every civilized ( Sunday at 2::JO p. III. Prayer .et- suggest that she can improve
p ;k i ii'A ,( AYER'SCathartic Inp; very TliurHilny night at 7,on j I'. in. Tim and iron. "
;'a(; language the name of the clove 1..11.' All Horlety meets Weilncmliiv placing the iron on the inside "Comanche" (lIel"Algonquin) "Iroquois "Cherokee "
every $
.., :i: Ij.' r1 hits this in that You Qp1jp01E'
r 1"" signification. at 3:00 p. iu. Everybody welcome at our cllure 1survlce" ing them altogether way.

tt ,1 I y r4t r.. The leaves of the false pepper tree will be surprised! at the difference in ap North-Bound.
: : It t the curious F.1I1. C. EARS, Pastor. pearance of two sleeves ironed one from Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide.
,I'' .t I,i' :I .\ i I. i t., possess and thrown into property the when broken _Medal and Diploma at World's Fair. the inside and the other from the out- From JACKSONVILLE: VLA. (culling at Charleston), 8uma! >n and Thn..IJ". .
of ,
water swimming From CUAKLHSruN, 8. C. Miinda>s nnil Fnirg
,.: .JI I \ lit to and fro with a jerking motion Ta Raters Strength take Ayers Sarupirllla PRESBYTERIAN:: CHURCH. aide. For hour of lulling lee "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dully in' ,,":

this being due to the escape of volatile Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.anil Clanger SouthBound.Steamers .
Sunday shod at 9:45 a. m., Cha, *. (
,. 4lil l oil from the broken, portions of the leaf. Hunt' Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening are appointed' to sail from. Tier'. 20\., East River New.York at 3 p. m., as folium,
j at 7:JO. The pnbllu' are cordially Invited to attain of ForCHARLKHTOS.S.C.; Tuesilii)'* and in'iFor
1 A single pepper vine products from 8 TWO BRITISH DEFEATS.How ;.;sorviues. Education J ACK8UN'lLLE., "'LA.,(calling Charlll.ton), Tuemla< all,, t to 13 pounds of pepper aud continues H. M. GOODKLL Pastor.

.it { bearing from 10 to 15 yearn! It will Lowell and a Bright Girl Ifcefended BODY,

d i'' y ai'S 1 t produce for a much longer period, but the land of Their Birth. MIND St. Johns River Line.

; '' I ,( the product i fa deemed inferior, and after The art and fine spirit of James Russell BAPTIST CHURCH. (DE BARY LINE)
; t the fifteenth the Lowell aro stilt quite frequently Preaching every second and fourth Sundays MORALS.
year vines are out
and
morning evonlnjr. Prayer Meetings :
every .
I' down and a now stock planted.-tit I' spoken of in the literary circles of London Wednesday evening at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday Steamer. "Everglade,"

yi I, Louis Globe-Democrat. and anecdotes of him are told with lug School tint every Sunday Sunday at LaGrange at 9:48 a.]m.Second Also Sunday',reach., FREE TUITION..... CAPT. W. A. SHAW.

!' keen enjoyment. On ono occasion at a Oak. Hill. All are cordlnlly luvltad, to atto,,,'. Leaves Jacksonville from foot of Laura Street at 9 a. m., Tuesdays and Saturdays for raUth
a t I ) ,".- STAGE GLINTS. large banquet the peculiarities of B A. GKIOKR Pasty r. The Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River,

F i ru "' r American speech'were discussed with Florida Leaves Sanford I a. m.,and Enterprise 5.30 a.ui., Mondays and Thursdays for J.wksoll\'lIIs.

1; I t Untie Temple has j left England to English blnntnnss. Lord S. called toMe I CATHOLIC CHURCH. .
{! tour South Africa. Lowell loudly, so as to silence all Agricultural SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH BOIM/ !
) p other Services, at 10 a, m. every Sunday in new Read down. head up'

Max JTigman will play the juvenile speakers > Church bnllillnir. North Tit uevllle, held ran'. College Leave S.80-p p m, .... .....................Jacksonville... ......... ...... .... .., A rlla.ao I.j
'j G t d role in "The Great Northwest." "There is one new expression! Inventedby catechism at 8 p. m.REV. .. 845 p. m. .... .....,'............ .....Falatka... ...;.... ........ ., .. .. .. Leave Y.OOp...
'j your countrymen so foolish and vulgar .J. F.O'BOVLB Rector. Is supiwrtvil by grants.from the National Gnvernnent .. see a. m. .. ....... .... .. .... Astor.............. ... ..... .. .. 300 ..
v.,. pty v r Siren Reeves ia about to sell out All tuition free to all students! _from II 430 a. m. .......... ................St. FranclBeresford........ .... .......... .. .1 tlsaa)p
another upon M to be unpardonable. They talk of board Florida.with Open families to males In and town.females Men board women atwont I. 530 a. 01. ............ ........... ........................ .. ..' 12.in am'
l "farewell" tour of Australia.. the 'ashes of the dead. We BOO Blue 1
1 Lee is to No don't burncorpses. A RaUbow After XI."&. College Mess. Hall for *lo.oo per month.attends A all Arrive 83O I:: m.m. ::::::::::::::: ::::::::...aanford: Springs..::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: 11.30 e 00 i.La
Amy the San Francisco location.
,I.F I. r manage Englishman would use a healthy Gollege surfreon .. 929 a. m. .......... ...............Enterprise.. .....,......,....... .. e.aaa
I I r" Alcazar, where the season open phrase so absurd. The people of southern Iowa and students a graduate free of of charfre.West Point.Military Four! discipline courses ender of- .. ... .... ..So. Fla. Railroad Wharf (Sanford)............ ...... .........1250plCen'l :
1 Sept 1.Jessie. "And yet" said Mr.' Lowell gently, northern Missouri witnessed a rare and Instruction-Agricultural Mechanical Latin Passenger
t y k r "your poet Gray of the beautiful sight a few nights since at a Scientific and women's. Superior equipment and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
; Garratt died, after a long ill- says, speaking} In Laboratories. Gives degrees of H. B. and
1 i ness recently and la buried at Woking dead: time when a stormcloud was rapidlyapproaching A. B. Business, course (riving free instructionin
( penmanship book-keeping business law, J. A.LESLIE Supt. JKO. L. HOWARD. Fla. Fr't Agt. F. M.IKnHMOI'IGEK. JR., Fla.Paeadp
England. 'E'en In our ashen lire their wonted fine.' from the west It was at a
and
short
hand typewriting telegraphy. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
'i' I' m ? Emily Rig, who Is resting at Long "And in the burial service of thp time when the moon wan only about Fall term opens Monday.full October Information Silt, TIIBO. G. Eooiw T. M., A. J COLIC General Passenger Agent M. H, CM'I>K,ATXB !
two; hours high and but few after 1HIHI. For catalogues giving
JM -; ; A Branch is yet undecided about her I Church of England it is suid, 'Dust to a daya address I BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
I i proposed starring venture. ..dust, and ashes to ashes.' We sin in the full. The forerunners of the storm- O. CLUTK. President, 'V1\(. P. CLYDE CO., General Agents,
y I l l good company." A cordial burnt of applause cloud let down a considerable fall of Lake City, Florida A Bowling:Green New! York. 19 So. Delaware Av., riiliiili-lihk] |
Joseph M. Boyle 10 years old has greeted this prompt rejoinder. rain, while the main portion of the

graduated and passed with honors as A clever New Yurk girl made cloud was perfectly smooth and black, .....-- -- --.
1 p p' W E' an associate of the London of an
i College
with ita
hanging threateningly,
equally apt rejoinder last winter in upper
? Violinists. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
I A Lioudou. She was iiivittd to meet the edge near the zenith. The moon shining

,, 'r '4 Katie Emmett will present the Prince of Wales at breakfast with some through the rain, had the effect' of projecting RUBBER JTAMPSTCNCILS WHY NOT HAVE YOU

r1 l "Waifs of New York" next season, re- other American During breakfast the a beautiful rainbow on the main WORK 1j DONE BY QUICK Florida New York

f written and with new scenery, upeolulprinting l prince rallied her countrymen good cloud. The colors were indistinct of CHEAP AND i A RELIABLE

"n and company of 10 people. naturedly on the liberty taken by Amur-! oonrHe but otherwise the bow was magnificently BRA55 lEALS FIRM. STEEL DIES WAX / Philadelphia and Boston.

r Olga NetherHole la in Suffolk icans in "clipping the perfect.-St. Louis Republic. SEALS. IHASS CHECKS.- .. .
resting king's English, TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIES' S llliiff from Brunswick, Oa, direct to New' Tort.I
: but soon goes to Paris to see the rehearsals robbing words of letters in prounnciniiou. 1 r
Miss Maud Uanne. I PASSENGER 8KKVICE.
4 of Sarah Bernhardt'"new play After they had risen! from table he STEEL start BIGGEST PLAN

cf which she holds the English! rights. found the shy little girl in a corner Miss Maud the Irish Oanne, who has earnestly as the ,urstsp =arisj IN THE SOUTH'' _Steamer," F. C.train& P. R.,leaves It., on Jacksonville Thursday only(Union 4:OS Depot p. ui.),Amimi ''AtRAIL -
espoused cause grew up
I Harry Conor, on bin return from Australia and asked her kindly What in London Brunswick 7::30 p. 111: Passengers. going at oui hUll
beauty of the Irish vice regal court at steamer.
will star in H new play by Charles has most impressed! you? of her Kninimtl
Dublin. Her interest in the cause Through car without transfer, Jacksonville to
II. Hoyt The initial production will be "Sinpul your highness was tho people having been aroused she devoted PROPOSED SAILINGS

M': t made at the Button Park theater March timid"Sinpul reply.?" said the puzzled prince. herself heart and soul, to "national. WantedAnyIdea of Who tome can Lou! : Lv. New York Pier 21 E. R., 3:30.J. in, (Standard Time.) Lv. "n1o.wtd

16. ism," and she has lectured and spokenin thlctf to| T,.... ........ .......... .. '
"Oh Tlicro is in you wealth.Vrlta Friday Ail)?: RIO GRANDE. ......... ...... .. ,, AM
J1 ; Mathilda\ CottreJly will play the op- yes. ) nothing the public in behalf of the work she hasuudel.tuken. JOHN WKUOEHBURN ft. CO Patent Attorney "'rlch\yAuJ.t.U. ... .. .. .... ....COLORADO... ... ..FddavAtsFriday
town as wonderful to me. -. Washington, D C.,for their gi i.HUU' prIM Oder AUK,21.... ..., .. ? ..TUO ORANDK..... ,.. .r'rliliiv, Aim '
poBite part to Jefferson d'Aiigelis in his "I am afraid" ho said with awl 111 of two hundred luveaUous wauuu. FrlhayAug. 2H....... .... ............COLORADO.. ., ... .. .. ....... .. ..}'rl dY, S + 4 coming production of "The Caliph." a slight Friday, Sept.4.t.... .,.,... .. .,....,:...RIO QRANDK. ..... .,...... ., ..,. }'rhla.St'Vll) '
4 Minnie Lauder and Paulino Graves are expression of annoyance, "thut you ---- For Itenel'allnformatlon.' to
/ tralnR.rltt..Ai etc. apply to any rallroail agent or
I other important engagements know; my London better than I. Sinpul? A. P. MURPHY Trav. Agent 8teamer"i CHA8. DAVIK8,Agent( 220 W. Hay St.Jiu. .k...>nvlJ<
I s it a theatre-a cufe-wHnt is it?" H. M. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick Ga.
"A church your higbuoHS. We Amer- C. JI.1\IALLOltY.Oenural Agent, Pier 20,K.River,and 367 Broadway Y

....mbl.. Doth. leans would call it St. Paul, but a, you Things to Make the Thoughtless Think -- C---_

"How old is your baby, ma'am" call St. John Siujuu thin, it seems, must
"Just 10 months." I be Sinpul. THAT TilE RIDER OF A

"Does she walk" The prince laughed heartily: and declared .......... ............................................ ................................... . A Boon to Florida !

if j A "Once in awhile the staggers a few himself fairly worsted.-Youth's
II!(>1''.. air. I Companion. s> KEATING BICYLE: -' .

t Hem. taken after her father. Can ............... ............. ......................... ......... ....... ......... ..... 1
she talk?" On. Day a' a Time Enjoys his trips more than other riders

N'' ? "She jabber all the time, air." "Live one day at a time, my dear," 11KCAU8K: Water Works for Your Homes,

"Hem, taken after her mother. "- said an elderly woman to a younger one Ills wheel lighter. The long chain gives easy move-

4 Ja Cleveland Plain Dealer.Parallel recently. "Don't wrinkle your forehead ment. The polish of tho beatings aids that glide-that Etc. under your own Control]
-"*- today over tomorrow's cares. Nothings easy glide-tli.it ploatiog. ,

Cr... so bad or so good (either as we anticipate Art
"But lam the cashier of A bank" and tomorrow's burden may WHEEL CO. Holyoke Mass.
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aid the mail whose knowledge had been not be one when tomorrow is today. I
d doubted by the man with whom he WM lived over two-thirds of my life beforeI YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO [

arguing. "Why should I not understand discovered this secret and I am growing -

money?" younger every month in its nao. THE REST. i

S "Yea, said the other man, "and I There is always time and strength for

Is.. ; am a farmer, but I found oat I didn't oday's duties and cures. It; is the piling Used with open and driven wellsprings

i ip know nothin about wheat when I tackled and borrowing, the crossing of bridges and lakes. A few minutes workat
the Chicago grain pit."-Cincinnati before> they are reached that kills. "-
+ I Enquirer. Now York Times. an air pump delivers the water allover t

your house with pressure. No cost 3 A

.. 8KB THAT CVICVK. to No windmill
-- - -- ----- operate..
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'4 4. soooooopsooOoooooOOOOOOOOOOOO S tank. Simple] and durable.
7 TK5.KSKBUCHER'S .!i.\,
J'.r.f'
Write or apply for particulars to the .. -I' _

ADVOCATE, or to Pneumatic Water Workst.: j,-s'
$250,000 System.Dearing ,rg k31For .:
either Domestic <,f. \ *.,
FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow &: Co., fobUc Parposes. .;j I IDeirinjr -

Parslow & Co., j)| j (J

To Be (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PAMSLOW, Man tJjiCO.*/
RJ- v.... ...a.

and Musical Merchandise. ___-
t -' Pianos Organs

111 ( J r Given Away oe.A.: S-z-C-: : : : &; .

A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We .
DEALERS IN _
purchased In January last the immense) stock of 1>Pianos Organs, sheet
DURHAM this year in valuable music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out :Fine W1n.els: an.c1 Li uoro

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

rI,, < line of the celebrated Conovcr, New England, Schubert and Kingsbury Pianos. .n, A '419 W.
Bar St.,
We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $:JOO more than we

Blackwell'sGenuine ask for them : JACKSONVILLE; ". FUA.
K .,$150 llamas Bros., style 5 mah. .2an
Conover:: style' Keb: .:..: ..: ".:,... a25 Schubert. 11.:...,.:...::.':: .: .:::::: 276a Rye and Bourbon Whiskies tram 'I.T5 0
a J. eb. ........ .. :IIMI Malcolm Love wal. ..... .. ... .. Zee to 3.sopor( Kllon.BnmdiCT .
e .rwal ... . .. .. ., 3IMI Steinway eb.. ... ..... .... ... .. IIIIn from '1.75 to 13.75 -- .
1I1.eb.. ... ..... ... ..4IMI Everett! .b.... ......... .. 126a : I'rWe per gallon.
make
a Kwal.,.... .., .. ..323: KlnltBlJury, atyl. B .b...... . .. .- .. 2'J5 Mountain a Dew Specialty of North Carniiia -
Durham McCamma Style 2'J. WI\I. ... :'ka .. .. A eb.. ... .. ...... 2ata Cum Whiskey, three
.. .. 71: nah... .. ... ::10"1 Knabe Grano. .. .... ... Zen yoan old,*:J JO per gallon.
) rl r 1.wal.. .... .. ...... .. 1115 Sil&yv..1 .b ...... ....._. .. 175 .JUItll-J aal., 2 cu, t gal.,311et. S gal.,
.. 1..b..... .... ... 21\0" wal....... .... .... ::10... IIOrte.Kega. t
_ Tobacco Halnec Bras.. a feh.... .. .. .. .. iN) Neh11! Evans eb .,. ... .. ... 1211 gal, III 10 tu r 11.215; y1DLl"
S a .. 5. eb.. ... ... .. .. .. 171 JSe.. M.Star. eb..M lIe lJo.
j ,1 a u o 8.1WIh.. .... .... .... in) Morrie 100 Parties living In Dry Town will do
You will find one coupon Inside Some of these pianos have been rented but we ban had them re-p01lshed aDd well them to M order from a'. ae we can. save '
cent all
on .
per orders.IiM"7
i each a-ounca tag, and two put In thorough order, and 'We guarantee them to be satisfactory or momer re- : ***"* with ?1
t coupons Inside .sch 4-onnce funded. 11 a furnish a stool, scarf, IDDltructloa book and delivered f. o. b. Jack tYi-WJU 5 Va D.money.. accounts orders.untose' f.ultable
.i The Seat bag. Buy a bag, read the coupon 8OD"lIIe; cash or installment Sheet music a' half price. Write us. Jacksonville reference !given
Ij SmoklngTobacco aDd see how to get your share. [ FRE1""ER" BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No Goods sent C.O. I>.to Dry Towns
24 B Fors1th Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 2, 1896. 7 :i,
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ASHIONABLE TRIMMINGS THE FAN OF FASHION. making IfDonada.Add! a pint of hot 1 For; Attorney.pHE :ElO-rmc..S.: : : I'f

water to half of stir and '- .. rrThe
a pound
.. A'tai.abl. T.. Jlapare: $tyl. Continue. Its 8war-A sugar i friends of Col. U I L. sullen -- n r;
wlf" aDd .el ElrMte Bully let it cold add the rind of live lessens l his ,
Novelty In Fmth Fan got ; I J. hereby announce name as a candidnEe -
Oodr Own KObrtihL0w r *
br let it stand an hour; remove the for time ponitlon of Prosecuting ot1 Placidt Opened 8,1
that embroidery, braiding and The empire size and style decidedly I rinds and add the strained Juice. Its appearance I Attorney for lirovard county, at the .... e January 1894JACK80NVH.LK 1. ;,
ogling are In fashion for dress orna- continues its sway, and is, in its shortness Democratic pilmaiy elections. i,
and taste are improved by peeling -
ntatnn, women of moderate Income, of build and small semicircular KI.OU1UA. I
in thin slice and ,
lemon cutting
J time for pretty needlework, win proportions, convenient to handle and a
have
kite bountiful and valuable trimmings to pack There Is dropping it in. For Ut'Il"l'N'ntntlvt'. In the center of tho city, on Main Street, the dividing line between oust and went ;
us away. therefore, in
one block from furnished. 1
by fort"ne'I''lJIl'St fay Everything entirely new. Elegantly throughout. 2
as are worn !
their gowns favorites. Spangles' and small, fact, leas"necessity for the extra "travel Comp.ny the SEBASTIAN, FLA., May 7, IMMl.heieby Superior Culsino and l Ktn-vleo. lius meets nil trains. Terms *....0 per tiny nod I y I,
and the ing fan. The! very small foil, however, announce myself a candidate upwards. Special rntti, by the week. X. I.. WAHI, Tropiletor.Grand "
and pwsementertemale Cftuno."B I I I.n
of them I
I loon befoio" tho Dcmoi-ratio pilmnry election .. ..
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expensive and very much a la mode. for the position. of member of the
work requires patience and time ruth- 1 dt vmI house of Representatives of>> the Legislature

... v of the State of Floild.i.K. : View Hotel..P i
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1 c4JI I For County ,ledge,

I "4 I I K I'' To tho People! of lluwiinl County : TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.: i

t. II V I 11m a riuulid.ito: again for time position

A SEW MAKE OF FEATHER FAN. I of County Judge, and again submit 'j'jI
till bestows itself convt'ul'ntly into the m I I nijMolt' to time Democratic i<' ilninit: If :
VIII I I I urn RJiillnomIIlHh'll\nIc.C1te.I: I will\
RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
handbag, nnd Iti J ft breezes be small, I
endeavor to the hole
srivo w Ihave
f |people] AS
L.i. so, aa a rule, is its price. lu paper coverings s'h' h hJonesWell tried to ilo In Iht past. IIn.11 sluilluvcr I

< of Japauqse manufacture and design bit' grateful fi>r the support| you Tho ollicolll\ bo In cliain of tho Lesson, : '
one finds it from 5 I cents to 33 have /given me in the by-gone yours, '
S cents and in! less perishable form, with U .I.I whether the party| shall deem me woithy As an "All-the-year-round" House. i\. :
"
plain colored cloth, without decoration, of leiiewed f.ivoi'or not. I feel that 1
I II1 at 85' cents; stumped in flower designs Bridget, why ore yon have not been able, though I luuoilunemy A First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel.

at 65 cents, and again, bawd painted, leaving? Can't you and your mistreat bust, to fully tlesvrvo taw trust you i

iI iI2' at 91. agree? have: generously. placed' : In mo hitherto, A carriage for the convenience of meet all trains .
( and I oiler guests
oolG Of the larger size, claiming no special Bridget (sorrowfully) Ah, yis, ill- mixed myself with again for ollloo\ with a ,
hope duly
period on its own, cue finds a large u<"- dude, soar, but Oi can't boar tho po- luinilllty
Bortment of pretty Japanese! fans; the laceuiou. ou this bato.-Up to, Data. 11XOU S. JONES: .1. o. IJ.L'J:'. ,i

"Klin wooden sticks are largely stained to TltuH\llU, l Flit, 1\IIY 2.1; '(Ml. of Hotel lu :Ml" Sarnti. '+
nt+nten. match the predominating color of the Bvnrmth Ills TMicnltj.
"You said ___ ______,_ .. .. J:
Longbow looking no ---- ------ -- -- -- ---- -
CFREMONIOITS CO6TU IK. background or painting of the upper -
than great .skill, and Its lo".lbllltl". arc portion of the fan. A lacing of cord on around impressively, "it was the tightest Fot'l'ux Collootor.

dlynIdan lido. A plain troll"01', woven in a put the outer Hides of the fan is by no meansa Rqucczo I was ever in.) I never wantto I hereby> 'announce myself] as n o.indid.Ue : -- -_.I. A, HAVrKUSKTTK - i
irn, may bo transformed by tho addition novel but a very pretty addition The go through the same thing again. for 1'lJ-I'locUun to the, anise of I

I bowls, w'quins and jewels .1"'c1(1. on to price of a well made Japanese fan. Is fl, "Well, tell us more about it, aid Tax Collector, subject to tho decision! of J: T DJ:.4 T :RIVER: ? :: ? -scoi-sai' ;
the Dt'iuociutlo) pitmniy' -
Effective': halt eloctlon. ,
110w the design. trimming although cue can purchase one at half! Whoppers, half interestedly! Jealously. :
n 10 been obtained by using drewlen h..I' and even quarter that price, of good HeMJ; >uol t fully yours. s
km. of a rather pronounced figure quality and pretty appearance. Another "There I wan," continued Longbow, E. W. h[AT.J.. 1 \\f\t- -':\:', "" .I"h-' ... 1,1

mindittion, beads and spiuitflwi bolng lip "in boat ten miles out at sea, ; : ',,; : ))1" TITUSVILLE i
liiKl to the pattern In Bultablo gradations dainty make ..f fau is thin gauze cover- an open I -- ,, : :' : .; : ,
(f color." This style of enrichment Is not ing. Spangles are much used in the or- with the water pouring through big For Ta* Collector.nnnoiinco .:\.,;.......... Indian

jonflned to bands, but may be utilized for namentation of tuna" hole in the bottom !I" ," ,I' "' 11<' IIIvor.Fla. .
,nth (raids having. an all over i>atteru, to hosed Paintings on the gauze, of odd shaped "Didn't you have u pump?" asked '" M' ''

for tabliera, vests, Hlooves and revel'll.otulllo medallion pictures of the empire period Whopix-rs. I' I Hl'I'uwttli date myself Tux a c'lindl- '_ ., "4 ,..,7. ,
for time ofllco of Collxctor.If :;
and jewel effects continue to be with spangles outlining the picture, are "Nary pump, nary nothing," watt the h ,r. A.
1,1 tho voters of llrevnrd county>> ileoldo] HA1TKUSETTKMA.VAC; : :
klKhly favored, and it la not likely that the very dainty price, $10.110. Tortoise reply. "Didn't even have us much as
to give mo their I will ndoavor
Itt Hiijiixiit, '
for brilliant will
reference trimmings give shell sticks are used in the mounting of tomato can or an egg cup or a HaltBpoon. to : : sn.a1 .
justify conliduuce
Irs noon to the opposite extreme of every I'lum'llln inn,
; very "
aa1p. Ippresslve quietness, a* these decided some white fans with very striking ef conducting the o(11\\lie In a huslu .ss-llku. tJ: -
p..e eI. haiigos require tlmo for their operation. fect. Among the more elegant and expensive "But you uiuHthuvo hud abut, suggested nULlIH1VOI'Y respectfully, Open All The four.II .
I The liking for somethlngqiialntandoiit fans one again finds the paint- Whoppers, trying all ho! could to L'KWIS i n.> LOCKWOOD

non (f date in the fashionable sense of tho term ing of the empire date. mounted with weaken the story. I ,

1.1I.I .11I I caused a revival of old time laces, and white ivory or highly polished pearl "Yes," admitted. Longbow "I had a II ( slhml Irha a s 11ImIPa II t, Only it row mlll/ltC'M'
a ma lace Is again. seen, as well as Irish sticks; the price is $35. One with inlaid hat." For Ooiitity Cleric: w ,. a g ,, walk from hallway: Nt-:!
PIIIIB kulpurc, valenclonnea and thread liuo.I border of gold ou the pearl, quite large "Then," said Whoppl''- ,III close! pur- lll 'i dons nnd steamboat Inndk -
hero is a charm about thread laco that la in size and very exquisite Oil to paint- suit, "why didn't you use that to scoop I again olTer myself) as n candidate forreelectdmm ? dial m Mhl m I vu I Ings.v .
rather to its and associations to time ollico\ of
lie name County
han to Its intrinsic beauty, and an old ing, is $50. Lace fails are, oa a rule, the water"out? ,I Clerk, subject to the decision of the i I ? <>u the banks of tlRiver to
conspicuously absent, according to "Why? echoed Longbow. "I'll tell "far-famed Imllnu .
norld< elegance that is peculiarly pleasing. Democratic ]primary election.
Vogue, authority for the foregoing.A you why. Tho hat was a mnckinnw. "
Tho shows
picture an ibornte costume '
A. A. :STE:\VAUT. 'UN"DJJE'N"EJ"VV':: M11NaC: .EIMT: '
that : NT.
x bf trreen and bliwk striped silk. It In out new make of fan numbered among "What difference did make?

In the princess fashion the sides of the recent importations and likely to prove "AU tho difference! in the world," returned ,. __ _,_ .._ _.. u .. .. __ __ __ ___._ "_ '" ... ., .
kltlrt beingadorned with ooqullles of black popular during the winter season for Longbow in triumph. "I'm not

plaited gaii/e. Slmtliir ooqullles are oar- dress! occasions is composed. of ostrich the sort of man to' try to get out of a For Slierlff.Ihurel .
f\m\\ down tho sides of the bodice and oxnd feathers., The novelty introduced consists scrape with straw bail. "-New York >y aunniinco myself) a oundldato STANTON[ HOUSE.

Id some distance upon the tablier. There in a triple tip peeping over the top Journal. i the ollico of Suet!I'f of Brovnrd,
a square yoke of black' guipure: embrold- _
at interval! and adding decidedly to County, Florida: subject to tho action
red with gold and steel the guipure being I of tho primary electtoiiH! and 0, J, JONES
luld over green satin. The draped. alcoves the general effect! The universal prevalence lot| scrofula respectfully rt Proprietor.
Vre of black silk gauze over green satin is a fact well known to 'physicians.] The ask the 'support of my fellow citizens. rI -
find are ornamented with bows of Lobster Mine only medicine that haM liitlieitoproveil a
;tln. JCDIO CHOLLET.green: This is delicious dish and one much specific for this ilroiulful complaint Is JOS. I'. BROWN". Rates $2.00 per day, Special Terms to

appreciated by English gourmets at Ayer's Hnrsapnrlllu which expels every City Point, Fla, May 12, '00.
GLOVES AND CORSETS. lunch and sapper. Two lobsters (boiled), germ of poison from the Mood. You cannot $1! Families.!
a good sized cucumber, a quarter of a begin to use It too soon. 9

[The Latter Ar'. Generally Much Too Long pound of butter, a teacupful of milk, a For Shl'rUf.As --

11N For the Wearer. glass of white wine, a pinch of mace, Two Minutes Walk from Central" \

Always in putting u new glove turn pepper and salt to taste, .a teaspoonful DON'T STOP TOBACCO. my lionet& I nutated on mo to announce Do pot.OIIA'r'rANOOOA., '
.it back an Inch below the opening andgently of chopped scalded parsley are the re- myself) ns a candidate for

Insert the fingers, working them quired ingredients. Cut the cucumber HOW TO CUUK YOUItSKLFWIN the ofHco of .SIicillI, on tho HOI>llllllcl\1I "' 'TENN.Travelers' .
lartt well In, then the thumb. Afterward theon- ticket, 1 herewith ask the support of my
tire in halves and boil until rather soft. .... .. . .
.
glove must be drawn on from the back LI1. U8INO IT. lends and those who think 1 am lit for -- -- .
only. Then button It, beginning with the When done remove from the water and said office. II. O. STAKCK.JMal.ilmr .

'second button and ending with the first. put aside till cold, then peel carefully The tobacco habit grows cm n man Fla., Aug. :HI, '110.)
Always draw and cut into dice. Now all the Hotel..1
gloves oft from the wrists, in I pemove until Ills nervous system Is seriously affected
Ii order that they may be turned inside out, : meat from the lobster and cut it up into
in which position leave them until aired. small pieces, taking out also all the soft impairing health, comfort and For Tax AMHCHNOT.
Then turn and lay full length in a box. eatable parts and the coraL Then put liapptncss. To quit suddenly Is too severe

Always mend gloves with fine, colored ootRVENINO the milk into a lined saucepan with the a shock to tile system, as tobacco: to I Ior"by, announce myself ns a candidate Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.

butter, mace and parsley. When this is an Inveterate user becomes n stimulant] for re-election to the ofllco of

quite melted, add the whole of the lobster that his system continually craves. Tax Assessor of Jtrovard county, subject

incorporated., stirring it Let until it simmer it is)thoroughly for about "Daco-Curo" Is a sclentlllo cure for the Soliciting to the: action the of support!tho primary oC I all I elections.t remain This Hotel is now under new management ,

I tobacco habit, In all Its forms, carefully your obedient\ seivant,
five minutes when throw in the cucumber ,
seasoning and add the white wine! compounded after the formula of an J, F. WOOTEN. and has been

Just before serving. The dish into which eminent Berlin physician, who has used thoroughly renovated'throughout. -

I the mince Is poured should] be very hot. It In his private practice since 1872 For School Superintendent.

It should be eaten with brown bread without a failure. It I U purely vegetable

and butter and garnished with innstard and guaranteed perfectly harmless.] You "EELINti: that there lit a ccitaln sense _

and cress and rings of hard boiled eggH. ran use all the tobacco want while 1' of modesty that forbids our present i
you Bus Plvotll'l1l1 Trains and
Superintendent (of Public Instruction Eloctilo Cars pass door. Until roonm anti I all
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1'1111 I lilt 9'. A Doll Cuihloo. using "Baco-Curo. It will notify you from announcing himself] for re-election Conveniences on every lloor.

Have you packed hurriedly for.a short whop to stop. We give a written guarantee to the above-narnod position, friends
journey and do you find yourself minus u to euro permanently any case with take this. opportunity) ] of placing tho C>pon. .A.11 1hey'ear.; -

tI the missing button or hook? Then here I throe boxes, or refund the money with 10 name voters; of of]',[lirovnril 1'. Jno. fur II. :Mams re-nomination: before tire nt Ratos-Amerlcan: Plan $2 to $2.SO; European, SOc to $ I .00.
I
is a friend in need all ready to supply per cent Interest. "Baco-Curo" In not a the coming primary election.] Special Rates by the Week.

your holds wont:In Please her notice our black desirabledoll cotton substitute, but ft scientific cure, that : Tltusville, May 5th, 18PO. FINLEY &. MORROW Proprietors.

petticoats cures without the aid of will power and -.. --. .- -. .. .. ._ _. .. .
and white, needles, pins of all sizes" -- -" '--- -- .. .. .- -
I and even includes safety I Not much with no Inconvenience. It leaves the
\ description is required & halfpenny system as pure and free from nicotine as For County Treasurer. HOTEL MELBOURNE Jacksonville's Hew Fire-Proof Hotel.

the day you took your first chew or ,

smoke. To the Voters At the Democratic Primaries Hotel
11,11 -
I I -- : MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORID Geneva'
Cured Ity Ilaco-Cnro timid Gained
: offer myself nil n candidate

+ Thirty Yolanda Thereby to the ofllce of Treasurer Open all the your round. Good Kl.h- Cor. Fornytli. and Cedar ..u.,
OOWN. : of lirevard. County. I refer Ing, Hunting and. Yachting. Ilntes
ton not silk, as tho latter outs the kid. o' From hundred of testimonials, the electedwill ,
record during the and] If
Always past; <: :2.60 and upwards, l>JJacksonvllle. Fla.
118 renew the buttons of new gloves ,1' originals: of which are on file and opento give to tho duties of the office the

Always they put are gloves generally on well simply powdered tacked handsn on. inspection, the following l Is presented: same diligent attention and watchfulcare I'roJrletrvlIlIl'trIlf4. C, .r, HKCTOII Modern Improvements Daths, etc., on /S

> hot weather. 'I Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark., Jan. 2$, 05. as In tho pant.Your Every jrtoor.' Gas and Electric

The majority of women wear. corset Eureka Chemical A Mfg.[ Co., LaCrosse obedient servant, Lights, Passenger Klevator. Ar.tlstlcally .
much too AUTHUK T. FKASTKIC. "0'1 Elegantly Fur t
long. When a stout woman does HighClass
Wts.-Oentlomen : For forty .
J? In the hope of lengthening her waist, nished. ,-r ,'
used tobacco In all Us forms.
the usual result II I merely to push the fullness years For .
of the ftgure UP under the chin and '' twenty-five years of that time I was a For County Treasurer.FLA. ( ) Rates per Day from $2.00 to'' $3.00.

a thus destroy all symmetry: of form. When '1l b /great sufferer from general debility and o arpetingsf W..kly Rsteson
thin
woman wears long corset, she say Appliretlon.
heart disease. For fifteen I triedto
,I Moon\ all her contour and looks like. years TITV"VILLI':, ., Aug. 23: '(Ml. MMifln| Kntri for th. Summer. _
wooden dolL Unless U quit, but couldn't. I took various
a woman a mere
'kell'ton. she will look better for retaining remedies, among others "Xo-To-lJac," AT the republican convention I held at ED. L. OWENS Prop

I.more semblance of the natural figure which i A CBicruL DOLL "Tlie Indian Tobacco Antidote," "I>ou nominated Melbourne for the on ofllce the lath of I nut.. I was H. E. CLARK
soft treasurer
and yielding looking even when It ble Chloride of Gold county ,
etc. etc. but
,
of
Is doll two inches long, scraps flannel without solicitation
not I any ou my
particularly beautiful. Frenchwomen
none of them did me the least l bit of
know white ribbon, lace and a quarter of a part, but being so nominated have
this and short con-
wear corsets
: an a
however 38
good. I West
Finally
purchased Bay St.
a
rule, the eorset being sometimes hardly :yard of colored ribbon; cut two piecesof box of your "Baco-Curo," and It has cluded to accept the honor a. my .
more than a girdle. This In cooler In warm flannel 4%" inches by 3M inches, entirely cured me of the habit In all its opinion has always been that the omen Jacksonville, Florida
weather, allows freedom of the make at should! seek the man-not the man the
more move- "pink" out edge, a plait forms and I have Increased thirtypound. ROUND
anent and give a more plea D. effect, the top and fasten round the doll's In weight and am relieved from office. I shall not follow the usual custom Announce the opening of his Spring
While by making a
personal
the protuberance of the steels at the canvas of the
waist Take the white ribbon S inches all the numerous aches and pains of
boulders behind is avoided. body and mind I could write county; but If the voters, In their judgment Stock of select and exclusive l pattern of
The Illustration shows by 8 Inches, trim it in any way with a quire should see fit to elect me, should/
an evening
gown lace to imitate an infant's robe leave of paper upon my changed feeling and !!
ftarlng a plain skirt of pink glees taffeta. condition. do my best to perform the duties of the flno grade Carpeting and Matting.
The full bodice of about 8 inches of lace at the top, make office honestly] and to the best of .
cream tuoossellne de sole my
Yours I'. ri..l.i ..tarsi 'et 'Coren.d"
Is Partly oovered by a Marie Antoinette one box plait at the end of ribbon and Pastor respectfully C. P. Church, MAnmmy, ability. Rugs and Shade In all sizes and color.. ? 'irate lode-..,
fichu of the same material having two frills fix It to the doll; fold the lace about ICe Clayton, Ark. Twos. :T WKTMOBK.: rate, solid comfort, no ostentation
n the ad** This comes to the waist and body.; tie the colored ribbon round a. asash Sold by. all druggist at >l.m per box; Send for Sample and Price, and you good fishing, good cooking..

fall. In long end on the skirt at the beck making the end at the beck intoa three boxes (thirty days' treatment), will bo pleased. .. ,- .

The deooll.....* is ranooaded by a thick loop for hinging oa toe looking glass 2.BO, with Iron-clad written guarantee, Hall's Hair Renewer contain the natural need in
What do thlt.
pIaee4 of a largv cluster being or sent direct upon receipt of price. food and color-matter for the hair "": you way of
on reckro ...ftateeW LnMAMA"V R4.fp4bAliraz Write for booklet and proof. Eureka and medicinal herb for the scalp AWNINGSFor envelope, note and letter head., bill
,
shoulder.JPDIC CBOLUT. reduce sugar to a sixnp before (Chemical A Mfg. Co., La Crow*. WIs., i grayness, baldnean, dandruff and caring scalp heads, statement, tags cards, etc ?
and Boston, 11.... I ores. W. shall be glad to have a share of your r
your Store or Residence. work.




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I'' i lr.i.i 8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 2, 1896.
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( ,....'J I, :: :i I For Sale, IJUEVAUJ COUNTY COM Highest of all.in Leavening Power.-Latest U.-S.:'Gov't Report

?: MISSIONKltS.TITU8VH.LE THE BOBBINS&GRAHATc
; Common and fancy pineapple plants.
< i Forty acres to select from. Lemon and -
a p ;, other citrus trees.JAMKH Sept. 20th<) 1800. VAI.1 Baking
L I I IIor.MKS, The Board of County Commissioners Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
Jensen, Fla.t met according to Chapter 4328, Sec. II),
:, Revised Statutes: Present: Wm. II. Powder LAW LOANS, HEAL ESTATE
t Sharpe, chairman; J. Mendel J. Houston ,
Consult James Mott
j J __ A. A. Stewart clerk; J. E. Bowman,

v ., ', '!, Orl.uulo Nursery, for orange, lemon sheriff.transactmlto-wit The following: business was ASSOUUTEI.Y PIURE We have for sale a large list of

'i <, ''i'I" -Itul<<1 grape fruit trees, (grape vines and On motion, It was ordered that Eugene -.. ._ __________ -_ u __________ carefi
4! n I 4 Marshal Nlcl roses. Uraln.ard district No. :5, who was : I selected Indian River Properties.
( t JAM Kg MOTT, wrongly stricken from the registration the town of Pal.vtka: I and every ;precaution -Send: to the ADVOCATE ofllee and Lands the
I' Winter Haven, Fla. book at the meeting of the board to revise Is being taken to make It U.H nearly 1 get free information respecting: the new Agents for Sale of of Florida Coast 1
' I .1 q t 1 list, be' mid is hereby reinstated fireproof as possible.The waterworks system for houses, farms, Canal and Transportation Co.
.'M upon said book.- ndvt. of this new and substantial etc. No overhead tanks used. This is .
I 1 t iMaiio fur Sale. There being no furtherbnsiness before enterprise will be found In another said to be a fine Invention. Circulars C.A.1'T. L L.A.rvoS.Florida : : .
the board the same adjourned to meet column. sent to any part of the south, free.
81' A fine, mahogany, square piano fort the first Monday In October, 181)0.!)( Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway
'Male In Titusville cost :*BOO will sell for
I ; ; Died from Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment CoorRnd
Poisoning.
I y '$200( cash, or on time. other Low Priced Lands. '
'F 'i..' 4' .For further pnr titulars address, Fellowship MeetingsAt FOR first class shoemaking and repairing
; 1'IANO. "Boots," the valuable cow of Mr. O. call on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
( ,, ''t Care of ADVOCATE Titusville, Fla. Shoes madeto
,y ; ''I H. Voss, which has supplied the Indian ,
Tltusvllle, Fla. the Presbyterian church will commence River hotel with milk for some time order In fine style.jEHJELEBs. Titusville. Florida.

next Wednesday: evening, the 7th died
i t past, of arsenic poisoning yesterday.
i e ?q { Fruit Wanted. Inst., and close the following Sunday.A Mr. Voss was sent for from Enterpriseto
r short sermon will be delivered each doctor his cow, which was a great pet H
I I'af Fred S. Chaffee
I ,, Ripe, or nearly ripe pineapples; alsoguavas evening by the! pastors of the city, as save but its unfortunately life. arrived too late to O
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r' d mangoes, another alligator follows : Wednesday, Rev. B. F. Brown,
;r r ( pensr. limes, !bananas tropical
,+ i 1 1r r l nnd fruits wanted. The subject "Christ the Bread of Life;"
r semi-tropical THE: Indian River hotel barber has
1 f L y I highest; market 1 price paid. Thursday, Rev. B. A. Geiger, "Obedi the !best workman In the county.shop We rE.TABMSH'EQ. 1868. D FRED S. CIIAFFEE' TITDSVIllE i 1
r a M'' Address, It C. Mains, fruit dealer, 25 ence to God;" Friday, Rev. F. M. Eads: guarantee satisfaction to all our customers. / JACKSONVILLE I FLA RegIstered Pharmacist. I
Hogan/ street, Jacksonville, Fla. "Obligations of Religion;" Saturday, II. S. Meadow, prop. A Complete Assortment of

M Rev. II. :M. Ooodell, "Pen Picture of .
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i / Christ! After the sermon, there will PURE DRUGS and
-4l.$ Druggists Sundril
E"tabll".d 185 bo a fellowship meeting, with prayers" For Winter of 1897.

L. BARBOT &: CO. testimonies and singing. Members of -s8 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude.
other churches and the public !generally Choice Budded Florida Fruit
deLk I are cordially Invited. Orange, Grape 1iI: r" We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
.t '1 General Commission.
i\\ r :3".s II. M. UOODELL, pa9tlr. and Lemon Trees. We want your trade. Give us a hi

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in la ti ga': c:> : is -= 8. Kx-Sccretary Hoke Smith anti Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfur

el (' .=>.. .s ;;; U2 caa' i j! & the "Advocate." Strictly First-class and True to Name.Also Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder go-Braces Agents, etc.,for etc.Stencils, ete. and Rubber Stamp.Groceries .

In conversation with an ADVOCATE Peach, Plum and Pear Trees, Grafted Persimmons, Strawberry Plants, Roses,
.329 & 331 Poydras St., representative In Atlanta a few days ago, And in fact everything grown In a flrst-clasa Nursery.
; p' NEW ORLEANS,
$ I + LA. the lIon. IIoke Smith said the article on ( f" Write for pl'lcel01' call on EI BRAINY': :: ,
i a ", fftnnl Bank.Metropolitan. "Words and Deeds," In our last Issue, GEO. H. WRIGHT, Orlando, Fla.

tl t 'ItEIrEREI'CEI:: I Commercial Ageaules.yd" Bank was substantially true, but he did not Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizf
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feel like entering Into any controversyover
r tho matter. He had pledged Mm- Prompt. Reliable. Responsible. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

b ;r gt; Till: GALE. self to support the National Democratic .A.. :::6. ::uCrZL.JL. d5 CO., Staple Ac I M-noy O-rocoi-ics, Fri\
ticket, and however much he might be
t And Food ProductsOf
a rl $ Tuesday last a terrlflo hurricane swept opposed to the free silver platform, he Wholesale All Kinds. Also My Stock of
+ li ) n I over a portion! of the state, the wind In could not now very well withdraw from ,
Jv' 9 ,, Jacksonville varying all the way from the stand he had taken to go over to the Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Me\ ;

',, 'rA .Abe unpreoedented velocity of almost sound money side. Oromd Food and Wheat.I .

#," } 1 t 4 100 miles an hour at 0 o'clock, to 30 lIe appeared to our representative to Our Specialties :Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Pineapples, Peas, Potatoes, am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively, In the above IIGoods. .
miles at noon, from which time It gradually bo a very hike-warm supporter of free Onions, Grapes, Nuts, Limes, Guavas, Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Honey, etc. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and i

7 / abated. The path of the greatest silver; and, among other things, said he References:-T. H.Sllgh Lady Lake, Fla.; W. Williams, shipper, Frultland, your patronage. Very truly :EJ. I... ::EJEI..A.D1:
severity of tho storm WAS about forty would not participate In the mass meetIng Fla.; The Trade In General., Write or wire for prices.

Vy a miles wide. The damage In various In New York Tuesday, at which the 106 Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

b .''i. tj i 1 ,parts of the state Is severe, and Tuesday lion. W. J. Bryan was present. Mr. 3?- Hotels Supplied on short notice with anything on the market. A good EDWARD: S ILI1VG..,
Mj i .4 h night Jacksonville was completely isolated Smith says ho hopes Mr.. C. M. Cooperwill stock always ou band, at lowest price.

} ''PI r from the north, there being no be elected for state senator bv'W a Ooooci. 'loridA: : ,
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telegraph; wires leading from that city large/ majority, ns he Is one of the
; I 1 ,out of the state In working order. noblest and fair-minded men he had the The NewSelden DEALER IN.Wood ._.....

i, Callahan deems to have suffered badly, pleasure of meeting In Washington.? and MMai
two churches having been blown down
t and rnlnod, and severnl other buildings Appointment of Teachers.The Door
Cypress Company '
severely damaged. At Boulogne! 1"11'? Coffins and Csske1 G
lit la reported that the school house was following l Is a list (as complete as

? f .blown, killing six or seven children, aud It possible to get at this time) of the :PALA7.'KA: FLA.: ,

liujurlng many more. Savannah was \yard teachers. and their appointments for Bro- Opened October let, 1800, turn the steam on to Zino and Copper 1 lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department li
i ) i considerably damaged by the storm. county's public schools during/ the der the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using
I High Springs, In Alachua county, seems term which commences on Monday\ next, One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sasb, Blind attention.most improved methods.! of embalming. All orders by mall or wire receive pro'
1 41 to have suffered more damage than any the 6th inst.LaGrange : EDWARD STILINO,
# It other town in the state, tho destruction Mr. Dwight W. Compton. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States Cocoa, Indian River, F

1 of property being very great, but the Titusville, }>I'of. and Mrs. J. R. Anthony,
j ,casualties, fortunately, small In number. and Miss Ida R. Baton. And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
i i At Tampa very little harm was done by City Point, Miss Laura A. Sharp. years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently OApect the best THE DECANTER.
possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
I the wind, but the high tides which prevailed Rocklodge, Miss Frances Wallls. Doors, Sash: Blinds, .Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house :Materials, Tanks. ,Glass, etc.PhoenLr .
t did several thousand dollars' Eau Galllo, i Mrs. Anna W. Sweet. -
'+ y' worth of damage to property along the Fort Pierce, Mr. J. W. Hodge. Losley cfC : tenaker,

t t'' Tay. The storm, fortunately missed the Mime, Miss Susie F. Brown.
'East Coast, the wind not rising In this Reams, Miss\ Mabel Roberts. The St. Augustine Cycle Co. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and His!

,IV section to more than an ordinarily heavy Shiloh, Mrs. Lillian Brltton.Wavelund Union, -.-- Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. --

(' blow. Miss Jennie Parluim. = Has the best line of wheels A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Tab
Melbourne, Miss Sue Hopkins. Diamond Family and hotel trade Is solicited. to r
t Prompt and careful attention given
Tally One Lotus, Miss Flora E' Stanton. and sundries in the state. All orders. Cash must accompany. your order. LOSLEY fc RENAKEK,Titusville I
Fort Drum, Mr. B. S. Suell. .3 Excels.
Kinds of
bicycle repair work
.1 j For the ADVOCATE!:, for Its short editorial Indlauola Mr. Oeo. W. Schuylor. and other Ladies Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Hoaor at Cotton States and International ExpaHti"
: 1r under the caption, "The Convict Eden, Miss Robina Hentz. neatly done. Atlanta, Ga.,1505.>

? ', Law," and Its gentle reminder to the Malabar Miss Venetia Mlms. and Gents In Stock. F. W. BEERS Prop.
A Cocoa: fe Kochledgo News of the claim of Cocoa, Miss Frances Sinclair. THE G. H. HAMMOND COMPAF
Capt. R. A. Hardeo to the credit of furnishing Artosta, Miss Estello Ilorton
{ r i / from his platform tho plank for Ankona, Mr\ C. S. Mooro GEOKG MARJC. JOHN :MARX.

the senatorial platform: on tho convict Coquina, Miss Mattle B. Montzlngo.
1VI.A..R : 3ROs. PORK AND
I ">, subject. Spruce Bluff, Miss Lillian Conkling. BEEF PRODUCTS.
There are n few persons who took part Georgiana, Miss\ Leila Anthony.. Wholesale Dealers In-

in.our primaries-one as an opposing Hartland, Miss Willie Otwell: Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Cbicapo,
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Groceries: : Fruit: aril: ::1xod.:1.oe.
cl\ndldatwho are opposed to Capt. St. Lucie, Miss Jennie Buruette. Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla
131 and 133 Kant liny Street and ,83 and ,95 Newnan Street,
Hardee yet, and any they will not vote Tropic, Miss Stella Minis.
Jaoll i ;for him. They had: uo moral or Jlol.tyl'lght Bovine, Miss Vlrgle WIgQcld. Special Low Prices on Canned Meats.
I to go Into the primary unless they Hunters, Ml us Kittle Martin.
+ ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
i intended to abide its result. Jensen, Miss Luclo P. Moore. CITY,
+ Perhaps a few may be of the opinion White City, Miss Clara Sogoard. Write: u.s 10r rl.oes.:
,, )I' \ that Uardeo's representation might not Woodley, Mr. W. L. Kolfcr.Bruntley TO GROWERS-Let know what you have In the way of Fruit and Cow -
tables. Returns and We
1 prompt sure. supply the best Seed: Potatoes and -
>+ be such an honor to us as that of his MUs Collie R. Sams. I'eas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.

r ? opponent, but lam not prepared to Impeach 1 MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. LANDS for Lemons Grape Fruit &: Pineappl
; the Intelligence and honesty of The Seldvn Cypress Door Co., ,I ,
1 his overwhelming support at the late of Palatkn, -- IN BREVARD AND DADE
COUNTIES FLORIDA.
,; 11' f primaries In this county, where he has HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ? ._ _____i ,
,Q y ,\been known publicly and privately before Opened for business yesterday, and In order to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits In the Counties named, the

-and since It was a county. will furnish employment, when workingat FLORIDA EAST 1
COAST RAILWAY CO. will for the next 9 months make i I
.. Let us stand to the rack. Let us'tote" Its full capacity, for about 200 bands. If not, don't you think you ought to have one? I have got the Five Minute ,
fair says The officers of the company are Geo. B. White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, at the following prices, viz : auction of Twenty-fiYe Per Cent on Price of Its Lands In Above Counties,

l Sebastian. JUSTICK. Selden, president and general manager; 1 quart at.. ... .' ...... .. . ..... .. ... <* 1.30 each. ,- For terms and OR UNTIL DECEMBER mho 1#!*
A. E. Wilson! vice-president; W. II. .. :3 quart at. . ... .. .... .. . . .. . .. 1.50 each. D. Prices apply to
Catarrh Cannot be Cured Vanwagenen treasurer; II. C. Wilson, 3 quart at .. . . . . . . . 1.80 each. C..SUTTON or w- R MOSES West Palm Beach, 113.
secretary; and F A. Arnold general 4 quart at ... .. .. ... ..... .... ..... .. 2.20 each. F.wC.S. MORSE VALENTINE, Miami,,Fort Fla. Lauderdale, Fla.
t With local applications, aa they cannot superintendent.The These prices are only good until the stock is exhausted. Keep your eye on or to ,
) reach. the seat of the disease. Catarrh this Bargain Column. JAS. E. INGRAHAM. Land CommiBsfoner
Is a blood or constitutional disease, plant Is the best In the south, and ST. AUGUSTINE, FL;
and In order to cure It you must take U considered one of the most thoroughly --
Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh Cure equipped In the United States. Its an- THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART THE f\
; Is taken internally, and acts directly on ,
nual capacity, on a ten-hour day
:" I 'Catarrh'the blood U and not mucous a quack surfaces.medicine. It Hall'"WM will be 130,000 doors, 7S.OCO pairs basis of I Made (for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. * *; GEO. WIEDEMAN BREWING COMPANY,,

r.. prescribed by one of the best physicians sashes, 47,000 pairs of blinds, and all
i* this country for yean, and is a regular other manufactured building perquisites FOR SALE BY Brewers of Fine Beers Standard Extra Pale ajgg
prescription. It I* composed of the In like proportion. Several carloads of Lager,

best blood tonics purifiers known acting, combined directly with on the the I soon supplies a* this are can ready be for done unloading the planing, and mill as EDWARD STILING.......--.-.---.............-.-... THOS. A. BETHEL Manager. Bridge St.

mucous surface The perfect combination will be started with a force of about 23
pa of the two Ingredients Is what produces men. The plant which is furnishedwith The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. ::kha07 aa rdeu: Jao1acleionville: P10ricSl

such wonderful result In curing all modern Improvement In mach- Brows 10 dozen pint, Amber. ....".. ... .... ..'. . ... ... ... ...fO50( \
suitable Gardeners and
Truck tread
for Growers 3-in.
-catarrh. Send for testimonials free.F. inery for the manufacture of the abovementioned Orange ; A sUe larger 10 dozen'pints .
White... .... .. -
suitable ..
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Toledo for Pineapple Plantation., 6-10. tread. .-, ,-. .....
1 S. Cheney & Co., prop O. article, and novelties coven
H-bbU. beer. ..... . .r.'I'
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t 1 -Sold by druggist; price, 73. several acre In the southern portion of COCOA Indian River, FLORIDA. .. ... .. ..... n
i K-bbls. beer....... .k...... ._. ..... ......... . .. ..... 4.JOr

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