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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 16, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00048
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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01. 13. No. 1O. TITUSVILLE, FLA.,. FRIDAY, OCT. 16, 1896. Prime, t

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,OCAL NEWS, -Train Master D. P. Wing, of St. Read This! Column Carefully. Onmp Meeting at New Smyrna.The Roseland.Mr. MUNICIPAL WDHCTtOK.FtorMnywix. .
Augustine, passed south yesterday. -

1 Topics of General Interest. -Miss Alblne Egger returned homeon LOCAL Anvrs. Ten Cents Per Line, Per first camp meeting of the East] "" .

Monday from her visit to Mrs. H. S. Week, on this (front) pale.1T /: Coast district of the A. M. E. Church W Ubsra has returned from his
Williams at Rockledge.Mrs. commenced yesterday at New Smyrna thoroesteod at Woodley. Thereby announce myself a*, a candi
\\tj and General Ooulp In connection As an advertising medium no and will be continued until Monday th* oflloe .f Mayor .f the
i BUcayne B.,. Lake Worth, Indian, A. W. Sweet, Eau Gallto's popular paper on the East Coast can beat the week next, the 28th Inst. The Florida Mrs. Dt Cain spent Sunday In Sebas Town of Ttituvllle, and If eleoted will
pitna and Halifax Klvera. Key West school teacher, left here Saturday AUVOCATK. Give us a trial advr., East Coast Railway hint made special tian. do all In my power to further the Inter-
I til other Important Point along the last for that place.Attorney and be convinced of the pink paper' rates from various points along their Mrs. IP.. Kennedy came down from eats of the town. .

t Coast of Florida. Brief mention of Geo. M. Robbins was In worth. line, to enable those who wish to attend Mlooo, to spend Sunday at homo, and RJiFRDMM\.N'ItALI.. ,
resting" Event from Varlon Pa..tehe Orlando on business a couple of days the I' this religious/ assembly to do so reason has been unable to return owing to a '01
About You Know
People
World t
i first of the week. I sudden Illness. Igtn 1.l'bwn. C1oriR.
People You Don't Know-Pinked MONEY. We want money to loan on first ably.A special train will leave Tltusvllle at
by Oar Society Editor and a large..tatfCorr..ponl.nte -Mrs. E. L. Brady, who has been real estate mortgages. Ten per cent 11 a. m. on Sunday next for New Smyrna The bridge {gang has been doing some announce myself as a candi
| scattered along the lending several weeks In Georgia and free of all expenses to lender. D. L. returning from there at Drill:: p. m. pepalo work on the Sebastian River I Thereby,) .the office of. Clerk; of the

Coait of Florida. Tennessee, Is expected home tomorrow.Mrs. Ganlden, Titusville. Fare for the round trip, UOots. Foe bridge.. Town of TUusvlHo, and If.oleoted prom

J. N. Lummus, of Gainesville, further particulars see advt. on our 4th Mr. W. Olbsoa made a trip to the ise to faithfully perform the duties of

arrived in town Tuesday, on a visit to SINGER machine attachments suppliedby page. ocean beach In search of big game. He that office. Respectfully,

pin Dr. and Mrs. T. E. James-her parents.We W. R. Knox, agent, Tltusvllle.WnRRK found plenty of signs, but no game. G.. CAinC.El.WES.

are informed that Mr. F. M. 1IOTI2I :NOTES. Mr. Rmffaer of W. Va., who has, It Is L
YOUcLuc Cabot, of Jupiter, who has the contractto to stop. See list of hotels on aid* purchased the lllucksliear orange FD. CoUwotont

open the canal at the north end of our 7th page. The Tampa Bay hotel and Casino will grove accompanied by his wife, hAS ar- .Revmyself as a candidate for :'
Thereby
rived tot the winter. evidently
They
Lake Worth, will soon commence the Dec. 4th. Goo-of Colleotorfof the Town of
on Friday.
open latent. to themselves while hero
enjoy
work. ,
Tltusvllle. II,elected it wHI be
,, my
DEED blanks lOo. each $1.00 100 at 1
; per We now have open In Tltusvlllo two a* they brought quite a number of barrels earnest endeavor to attend to. the duties
-Mr. II. J. Smith and family, of the ADVOCATE office. and hotelsas awl boxes, besides several
wagon
aa good well-managed: summer of that ofltaeifalthfully' and ti> the best
TO Pompton> their winter Lake N.home J., at expect Rockledge to leaver on you will find In any part of Florida. loada ot new furniture. of my ability. :Koapnotfully, s.Ji .

AU WHO Wednesday next. FOR first class shoemaking: and repairingcall I General Supt. Clarence B. Knott, of A..IfA.PPllIUIJTTIC.:
J.
on A. Daughtery, Washington : the East Coast Hotel System, Inforsss us a
-Capt. A. J. Canova, of Rockledge, avenue, Tltusville, Fla. Shoes madeto Eau Gallie. "
that he will issue Illustrated
soon 40-page .
ADVERTISEHT ] Ito. liter ah....
III now on his way from New York to order in fine style. folder which will be supplied to ,

Palm Beach. He lain charge of a yacht .--. .. -.. northern applicants aa soon as they arrive Public school opened Monday Thereby announce myself a* a cnndl-! '
and expects to soon( arrive at Morehead at the ADVOCATE oflice. oflfoe of Marshal of the
City. N. C. -The weather here at present Is very Stanley Jones visited TltUHvllle Mon Town of TUusvllle. and It elected will ,
INDIAN RIVE / delightful. Mr. 8. H. Peck, who managed Hotel
attend strlotly to th* dutlaaappertalnlng
-Mr. O. U. Toss who tine
owns a day.The
Mich.
Arlington, Petosky, ao successfully -
place at Enterprise, sent us some per- -Capt. Roy McFadden passed through during the past summer joined his Annie Laurie left bore last Tuesday to that omoe.'.
+ simons this week. They were of excellent here yesterday, southward bound. family at Rockledge Monday. He Is on a trip down the river. C.) W. CRABB.
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DVO@T flavor, and we certainly enjoyed his Hotel Plaza in order for
hem. -Mr. A. T. Feaster and a couple more now getting Miss Laura Houston returned home
sportsmen went hunting last week, and the coming season. Monday, from a visit to Tltusvtlle For "nll.II'a.d' Collector.

-Quite a variety of fish Is being ad- killed two deer. We are just In receipt of some pretty Miss E. Manor, of Waycross Ga., I I. I hereby offer myself as a candidate for ,r ;
dad to the Palm Beach museum, ownedby Illustrated folder of the East Coast of the offices of Marshal and Collector
receive of
you a sample copy -Mr. and Mrs.McDonald went through visiting her nephew, II. K. Olmstead.Ilev. '
ADVOCATE, It Is an Intimation that Prof. Chas. B. Cory, Boston's well here, yesterday, on their way to Indian. Florida, issued by Mr. C. B. Knott the of the Town/of Tltuavllle/ and promise, ;
ould give us pleasure to add youre known naturalist. There will\ be many ola to spend the winter.Dr. general superintendent of the Florida S. F. Gove held Baptist service If elected, to perform the duties of the
to our fast-Increasing list of sub- things of Interest to be seen In this museum East Coast Hotel System. Copies may last Sunday to good congregations. aid oftleelll 'hI"lIy and to the best of
the coming winter. J. M. Dixon has rented his residence had the office free. I ability.. Respectfully,
erg. It does not cost you three be at ADVOCATK An Impromptu dance will be given my

i per week (postage Included) when -Mr. Stanley Jones has, been paying will run on a Julia boarding street establishment to Mrs. Gould there., who Just to hand at the ADVOCATES office this (Friday) evening at Sarno, under L. T. COODKV.

kn by the year, and It can be sent to his parents-Judge and Mrs. M. S. Jonesa Is a very neat little pocket folder, sent the auspice of the whist club. --------
la any part of the United States or visit of several days this week. He -Land Commissioner J. E. Ingraham
Mr. J. D. Rahner. assistant
ada without extra expense. came up on Monday from Sarno, wherehe has returned to St. Augustine from his us by of the Florida general East Mr. and Mr*. Andrews, of Eden, came COMMISfllOira-UtS ELECTION. ,!
agent .
has been looking after the propertyof trip to the north and northwest.Our passenger up on their launch last week, and are .
Coast It gives a,view of live ---
Railway. visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. It. Hodgson. '
the late Mr. C. T. Verbeke for .
JOB PRINTING at this office. some of hotels calendar '
Mr. Cotnntlulonorw
winter visitors are beginning to Flagler* palatial ; a District No. 1. ..
months past.A return to Indian River In large numbers, for 200 : a mlnature map of the The family of C. L. Taylor moved In fi':

Applications for membership In the ,- party consisting of Messrs. John scattering themselves all along the line. United States, with dials showing stand from their homestead, and have taken AS the County Commissioner In the '
future have to be elected In their ;
ard and railway time small of the up their residence at the Knapp cottage. .
iBville Tennis Club should be made C. Jones, C. R. /Stewart, Maurice Goldsmith a map f
-The British steamer Sprlngwell I la Districts for
respective re-appolutment .
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has. II. Walton : and Gus Hemingway, left here, East Coast, etc. Send for one. Mrs. A. II. HorlgHon tea
secretary. ashore at Elbow Reef, about 120; ( miles / gave a partyto I herewith announce myself as a candidate '
I Tuesday night, to enjoy deer hunting at from Key West. It Is thought that she her lady friends last Friday afternoon. .to tha suffrage" and voter of District ;1
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Sheriff J. E. Bowman has been at the head of Indian River. They will .
In celebration of tho third anniversary of '
can be floated. No. 1 at.aside election to be heldat
ml a day or so this week. probably return to-day or to-morrow CINCINXATUS FARMS. her wedding. ? !:
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the gpivsral.election on Nov. 3, 1800. ,,..
Prof.
with the spoils of the chase. Chas. B. Cory' houseboatthat
Mr. S. N. Gladwin, after spending a Miss Jeannette Paddlson and Master Respectfully '
was sunk time Is be ,
days in town, returned to Miami on -Miss B. A. Bryant, after pleasantly raised and some ago, to At the Invitation of ]Mr. W. W. Russellan Hobbles came down from Titusvllle .
repaired J. MENDEL.
as soon as
day. several In town returnedto possible ADVOCATE representative paid a visit ,
spending days Mr. F. M. Cabot, of Jupiter, has the Monday, and made a flying visit to her '
to the of the Sebastian
her home In Jacksonville this week. headquarters
relative here.
-Mrs. Wm. F. Richards and little contract to do the work.
Miss Bryant, who (owns several building and Clnclnrmtus Hallway on Monday.It Commissioner' District No. 2. ';,
ghter Tricksy, of Eden, were spend- Iota here, says she has every confidence -Miss Carrie Wlllman, a very bright was too wet that evening: to view the Capt. Fromborger has gone to Lake ',.
a day or two In Cocoa this week. lu Tltusvllle, and expects to see it as and from ] road and work done, but the following Worth, to take charge of the steamer Thereby announce myself a* a candi :

Mrs. W. II. Gleason, of Eau Gallie, busy as ever at no distant date. mimi.l morning Mr. Russell ordered two of his Blscnyne. Capt. McIntyre Is In charge the office of County Commissioner ,
r a pleasant visit to Mrs. Amelia Mrs. Wm. F. Richards, of Eden, where men to !get the handcar ready, and It of the Delia.Archdeacon. fconv the 2nd commissioners"diatrict -..
entlne, of Tlllman, returned home on -The Indian River Band gave an he will probably remain all the winter. was not long ere we were whirling' along B. F. Brown will hold ot Brevard county, and respectfully :.
aday open-air concert on the dock Tuesday the new railway at a ace. ask the support of my friend. 1C ,
night, but owing to the affair being impromptu Capts. John Fitzgerald and Wm. A glance around showed us Episcopal service next Sunday at the elected. L will attend faithfully. to the .
Miss Laura Houston, after spending and not generally known only White have left for Newport News, Va., that cursory the work was still being/ pushed Casino, at 11 A. m. and :3H I:: p. m. All duties pertaining to the office, and en-
w days with Mrs. A. A. Stewart, in a t few of our citizens were on hand to to take the Plant company's new steamship forward. All tho tie have boon laid for are we oume. doavor to serve the people to the best of '

th Titusville, returned home on enjoy the sweet and Inspiring strains New Margaret, from that place to ten miles, and the rails laid a distance Thirty-one barrels of fish were shipped my ability. 1

day. rendered on this (occasion. Don't keep Port i Tampa. of four or five miles, to the Sebastian from here one day last week, by one of Respectfully, JOHN. R. WALKER.

-Mr, and Mrs. John Goode of South the next one so quiet, boys. Notice Is drawn to the advt. of J. River where some delay was caused by our fish firms, and ten more barrel. had

bourne, paid a visit to Roseland on -Mrs. H. J. Egger and little girl, H. Menslng wholesale and retail commission the difficulty tho men had In finding bottom to be thrown out from lack of Ice. I ConunlMHlnners, District No. %

day and stopped with their daugher Annie, and Miss Aline Egger Were passengers merchant, and dealer in fruit, for the bridge plies. This was Mrs.\ dipt. Wm. McIntyre hint returned
L. C. Moore, for a few days. on the J., T. A K. W. Ry. train vegetables poultry, etc., on our 6th eventually overcome, and the laying of from her summer's outing In New York To the voter of Commissioner DistrictNo. ;
as far as Mime, Wednesday morning on page. The business Is carried on at 210 the rail Is now proceeding. There are 3:.
Col. and Mrs. U. D. Ruffner after state, much to the delight/ of the captainand
lading the In Cincinnati, and : a visit to Mrs. A D. Penney. Mrs. West Adams street, Jacksonville, where about sixty men still employed on the the satisfaction of her friends. AS by action of the County Executive
summer Elfger returned to town the same day, Mr. Mensing solicits consignments of the road, and some 400 tons of rail still to many \. Committee, the several candidate
prlnston home, W. V., returned to their' while Miss Egger expects to be home to- produce mentioned.Mr. lay. County Surveyor J. O. Fries Is Election day brought many visitors to for County Commissioners in their respective ,
pter at Roseland on Monday. morrow. also busily engaged/ surveying and staking town, among/ whom were noticed J. II. district are to be nominated by. Ii
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Geo. W. Morton, of Canaveral out the route where the canals will and Ueo. Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Horton, allot at n side election, to be held ati I
me service at Eau Gallie on Sunday -Mr. Tom Johnson, jr., of LaGrange, who has been managing the Kebo Valley be dug/ to drain the vast body of 115.000(J of East Melbourne; :Messrs. Alex Near, the general election on the 3rd of Novem* .
it, the 18th inst., at 10:30 a. m. and brought into our office, on Saturday last Club, Bar Harbor, Me., during the past acres of muck and other lands owned by Ernest Taylor, Jno. ]McAllister her, I respectfully ask my friend and, \
fine lot of Wonderful Cow Peas returned here
0 a very summer, yesterday accompanied -
Mr. Russell.
P. m. There will be a lecture on the voter of District No 3 to support
vchism grown on poor scrub land, without any by his wife. They report a very that A surprise party wan given MliiN tier-
at the afternoon service. It seems to us It will yet takeover me for re-appointment as Commissioner.
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fertilizer. From the appearance of the pleasant time while uorth, but had quitea to this and trude Bryan last Friday evening, on the :
a complete(
Miss Jeannette Paddlson: spent from peas, it looks as If something can be stormy passage from New York to expensive year drainage of land, which/great will occasion of her -th birthday. The Respectfully, W. IT. SHARPE.. r "
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nday until with her brother Florida sand without the Jacksonville the lady received the congratulationsof 1:1
Tuesday grown on our on steamer Comanche.Mr. eventually be divided Into some of the young -- -- -
1 Ulster, at Eau Gallie. Master Rufus use of a bit of fertilizer. Morton will now get Canaveral finest, and probably the up most productive many friends. CommUftloiierit District No.
bbins' accompanied Miss Paddison on -Mrs. R. B. Holmes, after spending Club-house In readiness for Its member, farm In the state, the depth of muck ]Mrs. Hanna and son Walter, of Columbus the County Commissioners haveIn
trip, which they informed our refer who are expected to arrive about Dec. 1.Mr. .
several months north and In Canada returned averaging from about throe to nine feet. Ohio have arrived here for t.hewlnterfand At the future to be elected In their
was
a very enjoyable one. to Cocoa on Friday evening last, A. C. Gardner, for many years The land, when drained will be specially are stopping at Hotel Gran respective districts for re-appolntraent
-Mrs. W. J. Tucker and Miss Tucker, saying it was too cold for her to remain past one of Tltusville's prominent merchants adapted for the cultivation of sugar, ada. Master Walter In a great sufferer I herewith announce myself as a candidate "
Fort Pierce,passed through Tltusville north longer-In fact she saw snow. left here on Wednesday morning rice, tobacco and all kinds of vegetables.As from asthma, and their visit here last to the suffrage of my friend, and
Monday, en route home, after paying Mrs. Holmes looks much better In health for Jacksonville, en route via the Clyde an experiment, Mr. Russell recently I winter benefited him so very much that voter of District No. 4, at a side ejection
engthened visit to relatives In Mont- than when we last saw her; and she informed steamer Comanche to New York, to had some pineapple plants set out on It was deemed advisable to repeat the to be hold at the /general election.an. the i ,
e, Penn. They report a very en joy.e an ADVOCATE reporter that she spend the winter. Mr. Gardner believes muck land and we await the result with visit thU season.A 3rd day of November, 1800. o
l time while had lOlbs In Interest. The ADVOCATK representative
away. gained over weight.Mr. the cool weather north will be beneficialto number of beach
parties were at Respectfully JOHN HOUSTON.
was the first visitor to make the
Capt. E. T. Rose, one of the biggest and Mrs R. R. McCormick and his health, and after trying It for a the Clnclnnatus Railroad and trip over to Asplnwall last Sunday, among whom
hope
eapple grower on Lake Worth who Mr. and Mrs. W. F. McCormick, of Co- few months he expects to come south see more of It later. were Capt. Fred Wbl lluck and party, on
been enjoying a couple of weeks' coanut Grove, who have been having a again and muke his nome with Mr. and the Perl, and Capt. Frank Houston and Commissioners District. Ko.:5.
>it to St. Augustine returned to his delightful time In Canada this summer, Mrs. Chan. A. Gardner-hi* son and party, on the Arthur II. Messrs. Kltcb- To the voter of Commissioner DistrictNo.
roe at Riviera on Monday. The caps writes the ADVOCATE that they were daughtej-ln-law. ell and Rich were accompanied by ladles
Informed us that there was a good about to leave for Philadelphia. Mr. For Sale, Cheap, and a stag/ party were escorted by Capt.A. B: .
I of excitement In the Ancient Citle McCormick and son Will have had some Indian River Guards Attention A. Ford. BY the action of the Couqty Executive
ring: the recent election.Dr. fine hunting and fishing on Lake Edward Two fine pool and one billiard table Committee the County Commissioners
- M. and other parts of Canada. all complete. For particular write to ; HIRE'S Root Beer the crest have hereafter, to be nominated ti
D. L. Dodson Informs us that The regular bi-monthly drill will be summer by ballot fora ointment. I hereby '
expects to be at his home In Titns- J. I). TooNr, 'drink-at F. 8. Chaffee Co'*.
le -Mrs. M. L. Coleman arrived In town held on Tuesday next, the 20th Inst. announce myself a. a.candidate for- ,
e from the 17th to 22nd Inst, and any last Friday afternoon after spending a All members who can possibly do so are I Jacksonville, Fla. appointment, to the suffrage of
11 wishing to see him professionally few day with friends In Jacksonville. hereby ordered to attend. By order of I Boy Wanted. my friends, at a side election to be heM
please call at his residence. After She I* now stopping with Mr. and Mrs. A. T.' FEASTCB, captain. Consult James Mott, on Nov. 3rd, 1800V
e 22nd: Dr. Dodson will be at the Ale Roswell Coleman. Mr*. Coleman In- G. CABT-ELWXS, secy. A RespeoUsJly.) B. D. IIOKE.Grapyto e ei
wanted
strong boy at the ,ADvoo4n
co hotel, Jensen, ready to attend to formed that she had Orlando
n* quite a narrow Nursery, for orange, lemon office yy
to learn the printing business.
y dental work In that neighborhood.Mr. escape) from death when the Clyde and grape fruit trees, grape vine and None bat those who are not afraid of ;
- J. B. Garland who bas been on steamer Algonquin and the schooner For Bale Marshal NIel rose work need apply. I Dredge)
cruise of about nine month in hi* John Paul recently came Into collision. JAMES MOTT, ,-
cht Alva. ha been In town for over a Her many friend here are pleased to *ee Common and fancy pineapple plant Winter Haven Fla. For canal work clearing swamp,. etc..

k. Yesterday he left for Melbourne her again. Forty acre to select from. Lemon and JULIUS KIIWB, Tltasvllle's well known half. yard to any capacity desired, which,
r. Garland ha traveled considerably other citrus tree*. dry good merchant has on band ..Adorer IQ operation and low hi prlo: I'
er the world, but for many month NEW fall and winter good are constant JAMES HOLMES, Rifle for Sale. fine assortment of ladle, gent' and EDMUND!: H. ITKR, '
t he ha been cruising the Gulf ly arriving at the large and well-stock Jensen, Fla children' furnishing which have Just 0.25.11.25 Chattanooga Tenn

nut and among th* Florida Key.. We ed dry good and clothing store of A high grade new Winchester rifle, arrived. Also dry good of every des-
knowladg pleasant can and a present Julius Kline, Titusvine. It will pay 45-70 calibre, with ease; re-loading tool cription.
a .. hedge-bog from Mr. Garland. you to Inspect the**) floe good A Bare Opportunity.For and cartridge. On Spencer rifle. On) For Charter.'Th ::: .

safe, at a sacrifice, th* lease...running Sharp's rifle. On revolver, and sportsman For Sale. -' '."
Store for Bent. until Spring of 1897-of a folly *' outfit generally, for sale at great fln* sloop Yank Doodle ear be ,1
Bone Wanted. furnished :roomed pleasantly-located. sacrifice, If purchased at once. Apply strawberry chartered by the Lay wk,. or month; ,
The stop la tb* ADVOCATK block, hotel on Indian River. Immediate at ADVOCATK oflee.UUoQtJ4BT&Ra A nice lot of HIM, healthy anywhere between Omondaad .MlamU..', 4
]et vacated and send poe. pisarts of the Indian River variety; fifty Good accommodation for For'
Save your bones them to the seaslonv' Address Las Jadtev
&&13SLi'MTUtuvllle: .... 100 $4.l iper 1,000.1 '
-Pp17 to Jacksonville FertlHxpr Co., South Jacksonville ADVOCATK offlce per .; farther pertloularr, write to
for Singer sewing machine II:. AD.aMe "T .
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Fla. Fla. Will pay each for them. .Titos vllle.Fla. CATT.080.Cook.* u .
W. R. Knox TUusvtU
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.1f'\t.1: \ for argument, that the great crime of :Poor......,,,.... .... "'II..- Mount Jefferson 15,500 feet high IB Florida East

; M. 181W should become lawful. Its inconsistency "So," Km," said the graybeard, "700 aid to be the tallest In the state of Coast-Railway

: :: J! would not afford the relief thai are about to go forth to do battle. with Washington.You FOKMKKI/V Tan
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I (I's advocates cl&lm. and probably theI the world. "
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t.. .. r It I opuilst element would cry for another "Yen, father" answered the young can be well when your blood is Jacksonville. St. Augustine and Indian River Railway
Merit talks" the -
divide or a ratio of 8 to 1 ; while the rich pure and nourishing. Hood's Sar- Time Table In Effect June lath 1896.
", Intrinsic value of Talks I man."One sapartlla makes the blood rich and pure
r democrat element would be sneakingback of the first things you should
: Hood'sSarsaparUla.Merit the old and cures all blood diseases restoringhealth -=:::::::,
learn continued
boy, man ,
my NorthSTATIONS.
in medicine means the power to into the democratic kennel like a I ".. to learn to 'no. and vigor. South Bound. Bound.

( 1I cure. Hood's Sarsaparllla possesses actual lot of whipped dogs and then the Pal- Buy "' ;No 1'rio' No. No. 8'1'ATIO"'S. No. .
"I think I understand. 31. 31 :/IIIIIlI: _ 18_ .o.3'J I.'o .
r and unequalled curative power and therefore merltes would be the ones to apply the Hood's Pills are to take, easy to --- .. o81.
"I dunno whether you door not The easy .. iWi 11111 . Lvl\llI..ul. ... 1100 a m -
t zj' it has true merit. When you buy lash if they chose. point I am trying to got ill that the operate. Cure indigestion,' headache. .7ackaonvlhho.. AujtuHtlne. 10311 a 112111)I' .. . Lemon City.... 1110 am" 1ArMt. 1--: I ,' -
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a In
!LAP Hood's Barsaparlllaand take it according FARMER SYMMES. 25c. Lv 8t AUIUMtllIe. 10lll: a .. .. :
habit of Haying 'naw' and 'nit' wan all .... Lv Linton. 52 a muXiiika.
a
to directions, to purify your blood or P. S.-Dear sixteen to onelten : WhenI right while you were in college, but it FAITHFUL MEN OR LvE.'alatlla..... .....11211 ii-aiT-----I.v'V.alm/ ;: .. Beaoh... 130 am.: 111011'Lvl.al..tka. ::11I11
Iter 8
,. cure any ot the many blood diseases, yon ain't the correct thing for a businessman. WANTED .. .. .... 10,1110 .... .... ... ... .... Lv Je'HIIJ'; 8 I' In.. ilHfll''
t. c are morally certain to receive benefit. try to drop a shell loaded with facts "Cincinnati Enquirer. to travel for responsible Ar .San_ Mate'o;::: I(''i) ii:7.. .. : : ..:::::: LvIodlln .::::: ::::.e 04 : :: 121.1.

The and common sense into your ranks, 1 established house in Florida. Salary Lv San. Mat..o 10 'M'' a . . ... ... .. .. I.v Fort Pierce.... 940 am' 82o p I
: to is .
"
0 4 power cure there. You are not $780 and expenses. Position permanent. 2i ii'"P .... ... :::::::-: -=: LvlebaMtlan.. .... .1089 a D. : :. 8161''
... .
; 1' I trying; an experiment. It will make your always feel an article is Incomplete unions When Li hung Chang graduated he Reference. Enclose self-addreased Lvnrm..nd.Lv IaytonhI..1. I 1' .. .... ... ... .. Lv RUMela"d 11 44 a inLv
p 1k'' blood pure rich and nourishing thus I tag on a small joke and it matteisnot stood at the head of n cjass' of 15,000.TrANTEDFAITHFUL ( stamped envelope. The National Star port Oranpe. IlK I' .. . .... ........ 1..Melb..urue..lI2i" hi. .' '"
ECU (lallle..11aa :::
...
.. ... ... alii .
jmi drive out the of disease whether laugh out of the frontor .. Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Lv New Smvrua.: .. 1110 I' V toe ledge htls '"
germs ,strengthen you LvTltimsvihle..253: p .. .. .... .. ... .
1 the nerves and build up the whole system. bnck side of your large mouths at my \ MEN ORV I.v'oooa..."...htls.... .. 1131 I' .............. ........... .. .. ..............1. r"'iii..... ........ .12/111/ I' :::. .....

humble advice about the double-tailed V women to travel for responsible ,. -Send to the ADVOCATE office and Lv I.vnncklollp.Eami: (! : 03 P ... . .. .... .. .. SOW Sniyrna... 2110 I' :::.I.:'
OHtabllshed house in Florida. Salary get free Information respecting the new 13 ....... .. ... ..... v roil Orange. ? 2.1: I' ...
evell.llol'Dod beast. All men folks who $7HO and Position waterworks system for houses, farms, Lv Lv 52 I'p .. . ........... Iziytona. ... .... .h 33 p I II"v .
expenses. in.
Hood'sSarsaparilla perman .. .
.
rmonul ..
...... .....Lv 2411 I' .. .
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have ever been children know that a ent. Reference. Enclose self-addreaHod No overhead tanks used. This Is ) M I' III( a in..
etc. I.v Fort aiiie..4 II 5 I' .... ... .4 III a .. ...I.v 1"t!: lalatka. 4 23 I' ::: :...
kite with two tails will not fly well, and stamped envelope. The National, Star said to be a fine invention. Circulars [.vEllen. .4 32 I' .. ....... ... I a ......Ar San l\latll" .... -. _'ILV.JeUKO.
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... ..... ....... .. ,
free. M..teo
as the two appendages 'refuse to Insurance Bldg., Chicago. sent to any part of the south, I' S07 a Lv San ________ _800____p___.. .
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sorry ... .. ..
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I Lv W. Jupiter ... 3(1( I' ArPalatk........... 50 p .... ...:-- -.
; become the lv'VPalm Beach '8 ((1 .... .... .1I3I1a ... ... .... .. .... .4
fr 4jj detached two gentlemen _. ___ P .Ivp aa 00 P .
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Lv LlfltII .. S4 1' .11011'B .
Is the best,In fact-the One True Blood Purifier. might be Induced to surrender their lv Ft Lanlerilale. 113111' ............ 11/110/ .... .... Amigmietine... 11101'01---. '::::'I
For of 1897.
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% p th1I I Winter l"vl..monClty. .11I. 20(lI. .... .. .... 31111a ... .... AlljtuMtlne. lilliI'm 1'000\\
I 14 J rrepared only by C. .. Hood &Co.,Lowell,Mags. places to a new woman, and Mary E., Ar Miami .. .. .... 10:141: ) I' ..... . 1IIlI: a ... . .. Om: p msmra : .

tl d''a Pill D? Dot purge, pain or Loanu is that ideal. Nothing will save I Trains 81, 32, 37. and 78 between Jacksonville .. A. & W. BRA CII. --

1;7 00 gripe. All UruKKlsU. 2fio. the Chicago platform and ticket from Choice Budded Florida Orange Grape Fruit, and, St. Augustine, dully.. NORTH nOUNtJ. -

------.---.. the November hurricane at this late Train. 2011 between Miami and Fort Pierce, STATIO S--: No 2'o t Xo -

SHOUTS FOK PALMKK ANn hour but a powerful and fearless Joanof dally except Monday. -- -- ,
Arc. and Lemon Trees. All other trains south of St. Augustine dally Ar... t N: el B Y :. 12311& :;::::: :... I

4t IJUCKNKK.COUJtfKNAY 8. B. S. except Sunday. .8. Orange City 1:1: //11'1'' 331<1' .
O. city Juno 1 SlIp 8 aol' '" .,

s : Oct. 12, 1800.( Strictly First-class and True to Name.Also I SOUTH OUSD. --
in little treacherous
Memory a now ..
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L Kditor Advncntei and then, and causes one to forget some Peach Plum and Pear Trees, Grafted Persimmons Strawberry Plants Hoses STATIONS. No 3 flo.1 :..0.1's-;
things worth remembering, unless one Lv New Srnvrna 2fllSpfl3Oa/ ..
"9 In am boiling over with joy Ix-caune has an experience like that which came And In fact everything R'rowllia first-class Nursery. .. Lake Helen :2 /5Ip1OCsaLv ( / '.....
Or"1\Ie\: City 8 2'1.. : :
Olpll
r there Is ono democratic papel.-tho Air >- to Mr. D. E. East, Moffat's Creek Va.., r.r Write for prices or call on Ar O. City June. 8 0511 11 aOa) (....
VOOATK-in this section that has the who Mays : "I had been suffering fQr OEO. II. WRIGHT Orlando Fla.

i I backbone to stand for dollar that Is years with a torpid liver and found no TI ese Time Table shows the time at which trains may be expected to arrive nnil, up relief until I took Simmons Liver Regulator the "'e\er il I stations but their arrival or departure at the times\ stated Is not (g'lnrantel: nor a"*
i current all the Its hold ItBulf for delay or arising thereforin,,,
c over globe at face the Co many renponsible any any consequences
when I was entirely relieved of
M '4 value. It was a heartrending spectacle troubles. I never Intend being without my F. O. WILLIAMS Aftt.: J.Ass't 1>. RAHNEK.Tltiisvllle. Oeii'l Passenger," Agc, .

1I I to see so many sound money editors surrender :Simmons Liver Regulator." Chickamauga Stable Co. .

; a I their honest convictions after the
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1 f ; Chicago: convention had been captured lllittt to Orange Growers.

:p by the populists, by unseating delegates, Lookout Mountain, The Tropical Trunk Line

a silver-tongued orator, a new woman Fall plowing In the orange groves is a 'Phone 319. Tennessee.

waving Hag '(probably red one), and subject of much Interest not only to
Lula Lake and Lula Falls, Lookout Point Point Park Sunset Rock Natural Jacksonville Tampa & Key West' Railway
I some delegates forgetting their instructions novices, but also to many men of experience Bridge,.Telephone Hock, Hock City and Village. Orders left at Lookout Inn will ,

? c and becoming popocrnts in their excitement says the Citizen. Whether to leave receive prompt attention. E. D. REES Manager. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.

4 ,. I and those editors make a harsh the trash, dead grass and weeds on the
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i discord trying to play the 10 to 1 tune surface or plow them under Is the prob si5ii'rit- -' Time Table In Effect JUI7j/l, / ,00. NiRTfiNo. )
No.9 N :2I. 1'10.23 l'ooll. iI.i.: No.:7 .
A on their machine organs. Although lem. The fact is Indisputable that trashor :::::-: 1.n".1 iToo p .1I-00a I.v.... ...JACKSONVILLE.. ......Ar ThWii 1'40.78.\j i\J.ii':;

having taken many lessons from the ma- even a thick coating of green grass BRICK *! BRICK BRICK ..... .. Mixed 937 p 927a.. .. ... .. ..Oranlte. !lOam / )liJoi
... ..loW'y I 1141p) ..... .. ... .. Park..0 686am OOlllm'ru..dll'
4 clilno bosses they cannot get the correct will attract front. A tender plant grow ........ and Fri . .. .)\ { ..... .. ..... Tbul"d'',
... . .... 101llp 01l1a. ....Green Cove foIprlng.. .... ... 600am 1181pm &::8aI
C tune through their noddles and cause ing beside or surrounded by mulching .... .... .. .... .. .. .... .... .. .. .JI..twlck. ... ... ... .. ....... ... ...
& their listeners or readers to take 32.tep" i will be nipped by frost more severely ........ 10 ICe/ 11211p 104Sa/ .. .... ........1'al..tk.. .... ... ..... ... 1100 am 44/1pm/ 82.1p
t .. .... II 24it. 11/1/ I) 1115a ....... ...... .II..t.nma. .... .... .. . 426am 4121.m I 24p.
w I when they Intend they should only take than it will be If standing on the naked ... .. 11 411... 1201p 11 3110...,...... .. .I.olOona.... . . ... 410am 311II1"11 21p.:!
East Coast Brick Co. .. .... 1:11/11': / 122'.l.I. 4IIa ..... ..Cre.oelltCltyJunotlon. .. ..... 81i. am 341 pin lape
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: i ]6. earth. This Is, however, a local circumstance .... ... 121101' 1240a 1l1M1a.: ..........!leville.... .... ... ... 311 5 m 32'Jpm h l.9p!
.. ...... .... ... .. .... .... .
Mr. Editor do not mind free silver of very circumscribed area. That :.I :iIIl' 113. 1:1: 4.1p. })eLeon Springs. a In 24flprn 1121.
I ........ 820 I' I 211 a 1.11121': ... ... .... ..... Olenwood .......... .... .3 49a in 231pm hoes.
k : clubs passing resolutions against the the presence of trash will make any con Jacksonville Florida.Are .... 400 I' 1411. Iinp ... .......Jleresford......... .... .. .2 u am 213pm 1011..

4$ ADVOCATE and promising patronage to siderable difference in the degree of cold ................ 3/0 420: ( ................ I IMpLv'27pArt.' .... .. ....DeL nd ...... .... {I bS: I'm.> 111. ..

: other papers for publishing them. where the branches of an acre or more MANUFACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK AND? HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor ., .... ... .P....... ..... Olip.. ...... .. .Enterp..l e . ...... ... 15/ am.
.... .... ..... ... .. .. 4051Ar .........TITtTSVILLE........ Lv..I. 10 a in.Faola. .
: m V In comparing the Indianapolis and of trees are several feet above the surface the East Coast. Will lowest .. .. .... ........ ..... .... ....... .. .... .......... n.
reaching points on give very prices.J. .. .. .... . .... ..... ... .. .. ... .Sorrellto......... ... . ...
la Incredible the cold
Chicago, platforms, anyone can see that If is severe. S. SMITH Jr., Gen'l Manager, ..... . . .... ... 311/11' .... .... ..Mt.J>nra. ....... .. ... .. ... .
the former embraces the true democratic When the air is barely cold enough for .. .... ... .. .. .... .. 4 lip Ar.. ..... ....Tavare..... ...... .. .Iv . ... .6 ao am....
Jacksonville Fla. .... .... II 20 P :l311 a '111l1p Ar.. .. ... .. ..Banford..... .... ....Lv 110am h3oarn ills.Altaincnte .
1L.t faith, while the latter Is a wholesale frost to be deposited the trash will .... . .. .. .... .. ... Springs....... .. .... .
\ make the difference ...... . ..... .... .. .... .. ..... ..Wlnterpark.. .......... .. ...
between frost and
i robbery from' the populists; and I fall to .... .... .. .... sac a 8 301'....... .. ....Orl..ndo.. ... .. ... .. 12 15p m. .. ..
d sue how any old-style democrat can vote no frost; but If the temperature should I SAW ANn PLANINOMII.I-S, JACKSONVILLE YARn .. .... .... . .... ... .. ... ..XIKslmmee ........... ....
Fulutka FI,.. E. St., Foot of Catherine. ...... .. ........ .Ar..loartow j,,.. ..... ..Lv .. ,..
b it with a clear conscience. Take the fall, Bay to 2:3:3 or 24 degrees perhaps : Bay .... .... .... ... oils a 81/11'/ ) .. ....... .Lakeland. .. ... .. .. AIHOpm .
.... .... ... .. ... ... ... 1155am..
with wind the difference be- ..... tl230a 63111> .Hartow. ... .... t430pm / .
r two sets of candidates; lu the noble and a sharp WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY .. .... ., ... 11 :loI'Ar..Punta (101'11........ ...Lv.. ..... .
honost I'lilmer and Uuckner, not only is ween the mulched surface and the bare . .... .. a. .. l000a T4opAr. .. ..... ... ..Tampa. .... ...... .Lv IISOpm ......
.. ... .. .. ... .... ... ... .Tampa Hay Hotel. . . .. ...... .
the blue and gray blended together but earth 'would be practically Inconsiderable. Manufacturers_ ___ of .- ...... .. ... ....1 1130 a 8201' Ar.. ........I."rtT..mpa..Lv..A4Mpm ...... ...
I4 n n ...... .. Mon and Thurs 9 SOl' I.v.. ........I'ort Tama..Ar 2301' 01 Thurs.and, 0,5.'moe .
_* all the Dooulo's' EIghts are respected and ........ & Frl"..:!,. 8 OI'p Ar...... . ..I m:\l !I if 1 will protected;; while the DrYl\n-Wat.t Cypress Lumber and Lath. .... . and Sat. 60010 Ar. . . ... ..Havan.... .. .. .Lv 1230 I' m Wed. and Oat.
..t # Shingles #
I ,; son-Sowallnlgl'ugltloo antagonizes the, Human life Is held too cheaply when A Dally. t Dally except BunIILY.Tralns.23"aRlI .

t 1\11; If' cliiHHCfl and caters to the worst element;, the Individual who needs a tonic for hU 18-Through Pullman Iluifet Sleeping Cars between N'ew' York and. P.
P and,' as in the cities their followers are, system seeks to cover his wants by purchasing A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding mouldings, shingles Tampa daily.

t ./ principally of the Tammany strife. They every new mixture that is recommended lath and pickets always on hand,) thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress Train 23, leaving Jacksonville daily at 8:00: 181... arrives at Hawthorne at 11 ::4:1.: Galn08vll
to him. Remember that 12::411. Ocala. I ::11I.: l..eeMhurjt 3:314. flrooksvihle 6:00 p. m. Train leaving Jack.onvllle at 8:1111: P'
"i their mouldings; of all patterns a specialty. arrives at Oakland. 8n.. m.I..acnocbee 111-I Chearwater 31 IUI. r
turn gun on us poor farmers, but Ayer'a Sarnaparilla has a well-earned : : a. m.. Tarpon Springs 3:30: p. m.,
\ When at home write us for prices when and ., St. Petersburg II::40 p. m.. dully.. except Sunday.
of ; our come see us.
j up way
"s they will find In November that a majorIty reputation fifty years' standing. Trains 21 and 32. through Pullman sleeping cars between Jack.oDvlJle and Tampa.W. .

of us will not. be hoodwinked by __n_. .. _. 1;. COFFIN. G. 1). ACKERLY,
them. The Philadelphia and Reading railwayis General Superintendent. General paa.enJer Alit"c. '

preparing to tunnel Broad mountain S .....--
I' It Some little petty ofllce-holders And

''I'! j scrub politicians will snap the party In order to got double track from Its HARRY MASON & CO.

fj'.j whip ami tell yon If you vote for 1'aliner anthaclto coalfields to Philadelphia.This The florida (Central & peninsular Railnj

"I t and Buckner you will be read out of the Improvement Is estimated to cost r

t party; but In this cane, when the welfare $3,500,000.: ) Jobbers In Fine Imported
I II. MASON A CO. Short Line between Florida and all KortT'crn 1'oints.
of all honest people is at stake, and the S

N popoorats threaten to trample upon the The remarkable number of cures of W Bay Street, Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

decisions. of the Supreme Court of the gout and the rheumatism use of Ayer's which Sarsaparllla have followed JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars, High Everett Savannah.' Augusta Ga., Columbia Washington, Btlmore !

United States and allow mobs to murder point conclusively to the fact that this Philadelphia New York Boston and the East.

and destroy property at will, and the remedy comes nearer being the specificfor

r wholesale repudiation of public and pil- complaints of this nature than any :::: T Grade Whiskies, Etc. and Everett Chicago. Macon ,Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville Loul oville, Cincinm"

other medicine in pharmacy.LI .
vate debts and not the
; only champion t:.:...____............. Everett Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis Little Rock, Kansas City 51

t of all these and many more wrongs Mr. Hang Is of Chinese Whlskle*-Imimrted and Domeitlc i Southern )Belle Rook and Rye ........ ....from *1.AO per gal) Louis, Chicago, Sioux City. ( ,
Chang
Bryan once voted for the populistWeaver pure extraction Ur"mUeDumolt\o.\ al.ple.l.each, blackberry and peach and honey .... .. .from .1.BO per' gal River Junction, Pensacola Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, :&: exico, Callfon
having no mixture of Mantohoo (Una-Holland, Old Tom, eta... ......... .. .., .... .. ... .. .. .. . ..... . .from .1.110 per gal and the Pacific Coast. Effective April tl 1890.I .
: : and said, before the Chicago Rum ... .. ..... . ... .. ..... .. .. ..... .. .. ...... .. ..... ........ ...... .from '1.110 per gnl. ,
1 convention, that If there wan not an out. blood. Wlnotl-Port. Sherry Catawba, Muscatel, Claret. etc., from ...1.: .... .... .. ., ..'l.Hper( gal v '. 1 New York Ezprtns No. SA leave JO"I
('I..notB-Flne.t. Dron,\s. ... ...... .. ...... .. ..... ....... .. ..............,.. ..from t'ZM per cane. \'TL&IT ''a I r Ile7.) : a. m., dully, with 'rhmuirh yule
t pokea 10 to 1 silver plank embodied In Bottled Beer ... ..... ......... ...... .. ... .... ..... .. . .froiu '1.30 per Uoi.Q3T .* 0.0, Sleepers for Savannah Columbia, Wa'hf!f.Haltlinore '
11 it he would vote the populist ticket; To retain an abundant head of hair of All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. 0 a. a Eantern Philadelphia. Connect New for to'oroan. ""

therefore, I claim that the rank and lie natural color to a good old age, the Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without extra vs 0 Arrive Jacksonville point 11:00: p. m.
hygiene of the scalp must be observed. ,
cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will .
have the undoubted right to vote as Apply Hall's Hair Renewer. C ACON : New York Fut Mall :><.. 3rtr 'I.!!
not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. 5w ,
,I& their._nn nonllclonno__ ___n___ illnfcatpfl.the _.____u..., rrgI1AM_ _..______._ n'_. Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO., 5.1 a '_ A'NNA .... Jacksonville era points and: for p. Fernamiina.">. ilailU fur Arrive J""" DJatI

t i mandates of those benighted individuals Li's favorite dish Is roast duck, with :itOl, 307, 300, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I satl sonvllle 10:25 .. m.

;tfr 'jj who stole the poor populist platform kidney beans after which he cats fresh a. U
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l1 and placed the democratic head on pork with jam. $ ,( Only Line Through the !> '.<> i
Labor Saving Economical !r Incombustible I '. ..j -' Country of Middle Florida CflLWOI5S1 IJ ..!s
L 'f1 It. 4 0 Kscambln Slay, Leave JackaofliIieIS -

t If there U. any that doubt my word There Is no mountain 10,000 feet highon PL CI a_ .7 .aaA 0 Tallahassee for Lake. City River, Live Junction Oak, Madison I onoal'ol"i, .onlloll" ill_

; read the speeches of that brilliant JUI\n. the American continent cant of the .6 CKSONVILLE New Orleans. and the southwest .iexfra. S''e ;? Carries
"PAINT OFF 0 .wa. fornla and the Paclflo Coast.
Tom Watson, who would stand on the Rockies.. ". I Arrive Jacksonville\ T OS a. m.

top round of the ladder of fame, if Satan .qzp a S _

had not got him by the collar\ and l'lUlJl In Medicine. doeS 55y5 ,
was
(Patented In America and Europe.) 0 for8tlt'".
p. Leave JacluonTllle 9 M a. m.
1 shaking: oelallsm and several other oalDo.v1U" t'Sa.
.
: thorne. Silver Ocala,
4, Isms out of him; but, however, the There el.e.are and fads a In"new medicine thing"a frequentlysells In everything Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces M..I 4 ,.__.1 S e Key Orlando, WUdwooJ., Lacoochee Lee.bnrir., Dade TavareJlr.I.. ..P'op.(II'

great; man flu the Chicago platform like for a short time simply because It is er'e. ': Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 3:M p.n>

a tailor-made suit on H well-formed dude, new But In medicine, as In nothing ,

Ii. ; and the other nonentity should be kicked clue, the people demand and will be sat- Chemically Instead of Burning Ofr."PAIorI'Or. ( 1 J
iMfled only with positive absolute merit. Limited. Lf*"
x: Cincinnati Florida
off forthwith because ..A "t 'rt
S he represents The fact that Hood' Sarsaparllla ha* )(a, onvllle 6:110 m. Bollil Veatlbula
those wicked millionaire that Mr. Bryan stood its ground against all competition, : .'" I. a reftlitered trade name of a new discovery In chemistry and protected I It"OIlIDA CUTIUL \ -- ; .wIs a little over :& hour to Cincinnati for via'-"''',

threatens to crucify on his famous golden and its sale have never wavered but bv letter patent of the United States, Canada.: Great Britain and other countries. It I* the result .... ''. -0p_i.i' Atlanta Louisville Chattanooga.Chicago and Connect all point* DO rtII f
at patient research and experiment with the purpcIn view of finding a simple and activepolvenC .
: 1 I' : ross;' but next month tbe "boot will be have remained steadily at the top, demonstrate of old paint and varnish that would supplant the old method of Cbe.r ns and craping off fEMIkSUUR M.|. 4U4 wet. Arrive Jacksonville 8J: a.n>
*, beyond any doubt, the intrinsic tile _. Cm" .*.... \
I the other foot and I
t on hewilibosecueJy I
1V
I virtue of this medicine. The Gilmore & Son Pointers and Decorators, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have aT II!
(
'. I nailed to a silver cross, flanked by his new: thing have come and gone, but given Palntoff a trial and can nay that la 45 years experience as a painter It Is the "II4r..n.. Holly Spring Route. 8&.Lou... Kan'"...
'i!. two disolpla' .Hood' Sarsaparilla rest upon the solid best paint remover In the market." ------ -. .. .. .I- Chlca o. Leave JackaonTitta SoI.NI: ,P. PI>,
Macon ,
t' Now all ye readers of the ADVOCATE: foundation of absolute merit and its C. E. Iloyle House Painter, etc., Jacksonville, Fla., writes: "Having had experience 1'phl.: nltfleld. Kan_ Cltyl_ 3*. Xx->vlt (Coicaffo,flloax Atlanta City.Birmlngttam Through 81ond "JJ
to and its sale
$ and other, wbo believe "honesty I I. the be power the largest cure,In the world. continue to M a practical painter for 23 yean take great pleasure In Indorsing ""':' :. IS: d lie. Lo ... oaly .DM chaD,. to Chicago and 8lou CW.tlA .

,1 : !Paiatoff and cheerfully recommend It to the public In general. > *> Ms.i Ixicaji for Kverett Close qolc1'*
best policy slide off that rotten and :: : ::: connection for Brnaswlok. 8ho"and
; I t I W. Lansdell, of?Han; Ullditcb & Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville p'I' -I *"dlalntennod1ate' l'OIaCII. A.m_.Jaelr.I1I. :*,B.J
nnjust platform and fall Into line behind .
FAITHFUL' HEX 15 TIman nltm .&rrlftI.J**** **
OR n.
; J IL, writes: "Having given Palntoff thorough trial, pronounce it to be a AUanttwoTvmln
WANTED D fa
> ... *
Lit lly. iTi Jack9onviU TiJM *iW PBB
that .v m >
pair of old .bonM-PaJlD.r to travel for Slaaea.r"M"' *
responsible perfect success, and to be all you claim for It. de." and Manatee River
t ft" and Bucknerthii'loii'...trled and .traleader estabUh 110...* la Florida,' Salary and ; hu- aleaii.r._aU N.a:; poIaCil.
Send Circular Testlnonlal to
for
$780 and expemse: POII..... '" Iesd foe Bet Udnud
of ptman- Towmahlp
I J18ljp>*.F..aN democracy; ent. Refweaoe. ,, Enclose. Mlf-llddreMed Map of FlorIda to

-whob.1vsIa.sttsrigtmandth.dghtar .ta.ped'.p6. The National, Star South-Eastorn States Palntoff Company, B. B. nonnvoToit, .. O. K.aqOOnLLt
'
; lid all, fcptfc jfoh and poor. Supposing IaauraDCe BId,., Chicago. St. Augustine, Fla. Tnflle v... ',-. General ra.-ogerJ










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INDIAN ''RIVER' ADVOCATE, OCTOBHBC. 1896. 3 I Ii

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E IN FTJBNITUEEBIZARRE sodden.into the dish and rcakes: the potatoes Master's Sale. Citation :NOLre ALKX NRAK. ERNEST TA'51..... .The Largest antll Most Complete t'

I
NEAR & TAYLOR '
When ordering meats remember that UN I>Krt anil liy virtue of a decree of forr- In Circuit Court 7th JmUcliil Circuit of Establishment South.
NOW IN THE *3- rlomire unil hale Iwnioil. out of the Circuit:
IS beef when boiled, loses a pound of I Court of llrevunl county, Florida on tile I Florida, in and for lirevnixi County (Successors tooJnhn McAlllstetv)'

CENDANT. weight in every 4, and when roasted i8 Mlh flay of Sviuemlwr. A 1) IHtKl\ wh..reln Aaron I -IN CILrKII; : Wen I GEO. S, HACKER & SON \
Artesian
A. IHMiruuw Contractors ,
Mutton I In complainant and Stviilmii I>. I 1
ounces loses more than beef. Edward KudlHllI I ,
Ueliwr unit Ills w Ife. l.la L. tielgor are '
th. Whol. This should be thought of where much alit I will .,'11 at ivuMioauction.. In dttJI.-1 VS. I Bill foe Dlvorco.
J'IO'ItIoD B.prnt meat is used.ANAKCIIIST. court but .1.M.r.| 'I In Titimvlllo I ,during, th.'lepll Fanny Uudlstll. ) EAU CAt-UlE FLA I II
F-bl Botb Pam, _d PrM- hour of .nle, upon thu ttrat Monday In ", A FFIOAVIT having been. filed In this .....'rt
us of lx>r, the untile, the I, /\ l the I
Ix-inff nocomt iliiv ot unlit >y attorney: for tlv nomplalnmit that
-
Bettor 0..11&7 of Work I. DemaDdFop.1' month to the hlRhoHt and, l h"Mt hlililer 'for oh. : Fanny Rtuuilsiif! is over.tlui aim of 21 )ears' ,
FI'oDob Styla.l AND TOADY. the f..lll1wlnlt'| Uwrlliutl Ian,'., iltiiutml In linevanl and that .Her rexldmice Is unknown.Now .
county, lorlilu, to-wlt therefore Is ordered that you, the said
All of the northpaBt of auction RuillHill do .. bill .
l of quarter 10. Fanny appear t. the or roniplalnt
furniture maivof aotnreM todayiistaJtlY If scratch a tnwnxhlp V4, Bonth of range JO eaat except the In this cniiHe at Urn ctorH's oftlce In TUuavllle THEPLANT
faced win the probleDi.t you demagogue you are nortli-hitlf. of tho nortliwext
moot in favor?" This reasonably sure to find a snob just under northeast quarter) alHO except the three followlnt FIRST MONDAY IN WCCKMltKIt A 1> tollS.anti .
style is | tracts heretofore xohl by said tI"'III.n|, 1>.
Is diMoult to answer. the surface. The man who passes half (iflner, to-wlt! Five aoren sold to Kolx. >rt A. 8. answer said bill In dim "course otherwise
Bon 'jnrt now I Grant, anil David 8t. ('lIdreMhlt..by tlootl dsted same will he taken against. y..u..as con fesototi.
never was a time perhaps, when.! his time abusing the aristocracy grows July llth, 1H8H, and ........rcl.'lln, said county. July This order to be published with as little delay
to furnishing the bizarre palo with rapture if he accidently meetsa inh, 1SK8. in book "K". 3, seven Mid a as |>isslble, In the INDIA M&vicit AI>V "<*ATK,
rt'gard half (7,4));acres, Bold to I\'fe"w\: leellt.: I by ileeil once a week for eight: consecutive weeks, Suit to
ore in the ascendant dFhe Jover duke. The berry champion of human dated July JHnl IsMs unl, recorded' h In nal.1 ....n. be 1 posted .as required by law.
need be no longer restrained who ty AiiKuat 5th, I8HM in bmik "K," page 3KT/ ; aud Done and ordered.. at tit, Clerk's otllc at SYSTEM.
,ietr "set" rights thunders at riches and pluto- forty acre.* sold Norman. K. Jolinntone by dl'O,1 l Tttusvllle, Florida, tills Itllrrt: day of September'
Indeed the less dated June 2Ilth A l> 18IH). .lira; of
notions. crats over his Dock, generally cringes 1XMK and ruonrded In aM nllftcllb1.0 ,
removed from any known county Alljt. Ott,. IK**, in book "K," pane ano. Ak.A.8TKWAUT.Seal. .
Inrtber like a spaniel in the presence of a mil The saIl' land hereby conveyed containing
bT3I X
the appreciation at .[ .} Tlerk.
I greater .rea.
the I Doors Sii&li Blinds
from a large section of society. lionaire. The ordinary citizen Is too I will also Hell all tile following tract of land octll-dec4( C. R. Stewart, D. C. ,. ,

IS recognize that "fads"t busy with his own affairs to waste time beginning at the southeast. corner of the northeast JAcKsoNvIvr.n FLA., July 11S'VI1.
who quarter of section 10, east IHO rude *
to ,
the fancies of the hour sensibly either in hating or worshipping the richor thence north twenty roil, thence went 1\100 rude, In Circuit Court;JBrovrtrtl Coun- :Messrs. B. II. Hopkins, balding and Building Matertil.
epochs. the thence south twenty. rods to the place of hegtnBlnK Fla. r.HH. Agt. L. &>.Mi.
lICk on the recognized great. But to the orator of said land In l"l r.Wa.
being the northweiit ty
quar.1ev H. L. Dw.
rasR.
custom that now prevails of hayfcveral the gutter these classes are of such trans of section U, towniihlp 24, noiitli range 3deowt Todd Plant Agt. } OffiCe and WarereonM,. hung,. Opposite)
of different pat- containing twenty acres. The two. traru SygtonuFla.
armchairs cendent Interest and importance that becomes hereby to be sold and conveyed containing HUM Sarah Houston ) J ooklM.-vlt1e. I Cnnn n i Street,
fin the drawing rooms and parlors acres. or so much thereof an may be sufficient VS. J[ DI"'f>ft8.
has made great demand on near regarding them with both to realize the amount line complainant, principal Mack Houston. ) Gentlemen<< :-It is with pleumarw W4t
homes these emotions. This phenomenon has ; and Interest, and also the com of Charleston S. C.
rauiinpoiiilnfroniitnib* hoard thin day '
suit, eta THIS the affidavit bog to advise you that we, tho transportation ,
!
often beon observed .upnUoatlon of the complainant -
among the. small fryof OKO. M. RORBINSy for an onlerrof publication .anti. it .
of '
agitators; for the first time In our ortZ-30: Special Master. appearing' that lie defomluiit resititis; In Tampa, committee Jaoksonivtllla I Sash Cordi and (
Florida, but ho t hoe < abitent for more tliunnlxty Division No. .Uniform Rank K of 1?' Weights
history it has been made evident this next ; ,. : ,
days prwedlnir nahl am"
apiillcutloii
...i..... .h' T.. .nr.nii. : ..i.;.._.. .... ., ,A.. .!._..t...!.
year in a candidate for the presidency Master's Sale. cannot.v be served"" upon'''''' binv. tu.M.It "H"' '' after a thorough Investigation' at thvarious Hardware

of the United States. Is therefore ordered that the defendant.. routes to the Biennial ;
Sftietlng
I There Is nothing which BO excites the XIER and by virtue of a decree. Off foreclosure Mack Houston do be and appear to plead, answer ,
U or demur to said billion
and sale Isaued out of thai Circuit of Supreme LtxFge K. of P., nt Clove- Glass
scorn of Mr. Bryan and his like as the Court for lirevard county Florida on the MUNDAY, THE SECOND!' DAY OF NOVKM-: : Window and' Fancy :

Idea of 2llth day of September 1HINI In a certain cause lIEU, A..IX 181X1, land, Ohio, have paying any respect to European therein pending wherein Aaron A. le( Tanw Is A SlEDrAlLTY.
said bill will he
or taken ait mnfessad. anti thnt
opinion on matters of finance. lie is complainant. and Elmer: L. Jennings- and his a copy of this order be published In the INDIAN of superior advantages and sohonttitan In.
wife, Agnesn Jenninits, defendant.
are 1 will
never so heroic when he sell at ,, IUVKR ADVOOATK for consecutive. weeks.Witness each direction to 0111"lIlolnl\ .
as throws back public auction in front of tbe court the name an
Honorable John 1>
house door Broome Meal"! GasoHio Stoies.WILLIAl
his hyacinthine locks and his defiance at Tltusvllle during this Itigal hour Judge of said court, and tbe wal of said court, Agent for ? ) .
roars .
of sale, upon the first Monday in Noesiber A stthecoulrt. house t*. TKusvllle, Florida thin1st Route> the following! Plant Sytem to
at European statesmen I) iNtm the same being the second ila/r of said -
telling month to the highest. and best bidder'for cash day of October, A.I ItHHl. Montgomery Louisville & Na U&illB R'y
some stevedore in the audience that he all the following described ,real estaJI*. iltuate A. A. STEWART
understands In the County of Hrevard town ot Tltnsvllle I [L. S.] Clerk. to Cincinnati! and Pennsylvania., IVy to CEARK Agt
financial better : ,
questions described
: DESIGNS.' and State of Florida I anti as follow:
MODERN than all the financiers the continent Lot ((3)) three of thn east cub-dlvlnim of Old ootS-30. By O. A. Stewart, D C. 'leveland.' As to date of departuw. we
IDdaotu.ren' tact and originality. on Block ((4)) tour, of the town of Tltusvllle, lira- PLUMBER STBAMi A CWsS FITTER,
hare there been so manypent and tickling the ears of the groundlings yard county Florida as shown on the map will advise you later and we e"ruetltty j
r before which Is recorded In book "U" of deeds. at page Mass Sale. Hoofing .nuU Shoot lro. Work.
design in this line of I turnin !- by screaming that this country is great 6110\ Records of said county or so much thereofas hope that all other Dlvlsloni-* throughout -

| vogue. at the prevent time. It enough to have Its own financial policy may be sufHrlent to realize. the amount due ramps, riplBg-' nnci Drain Pipe BathTubs
the complainant principal and Interest, and also and by virtue of a. do,1'tof fore. the Stab will Join us at> Jnokaonvllle -
cat impossible to cite a style or independent of foreign influence. Ac- the costs of suit, I UNDER anti sale Issuing out of the Circuit Watei Cibsets..BD
j of art that is not ID some wayrnted cording to him, we should have an American etc.OKO.. M. BOBBINS, Court for Brevanl county, Florida. wherein and proceed In a body We desire ,
Charles K. Stultui" doing business under the
by modern production. It ; calendar, an American bible, an oct2-30 Special .Muster.Sheriffs firm name and style.of Charles K. Htulta & ComSany to go Into loveland on a SolUD If y talan ....E1e 1mla:: Beils..s.No. .
if the whole gamut of is complainant anti John Houston and I
|ld seem as had American precession of the equinox.: B. Houeton.hs. wife, and Charles Blum, train. Sit :t'o....... t.........
on, both past and present Sale. doing business under the Arm name and style
experimented upon by the pam.g .- But under all this screaming a toad- of VCarles Blum iik toml'anyt.: ... defendants; I Tours very truly,. JaokBon-rille, norida.Chofce .

manufacturer. It is refreshing to eater lurked, as naive and unsophisticated will sell at public oBtcry, In front of the courthouse ; Sign.di :
anil door at Tltnsvllle, Florida. during the
by virtue of an execution Issued "
that among first class housefnrlers as any shopboy in London who UNDER tie County Court of I evarI county legal hours of sale, on the first Monday In Goo. B. Attfooriift,

there is a demand for betterity worships in his chamber a photographof In a cause therein. depending, wherein November A D 1118I1.) to the highest and best. James San iaira5 .
John M. Sanders Is and bidder for cash tile following described real estate
complainant, Luther J. II. 1'1 no....
of work than has been requested the Prince of WaTes. All the applausehe Weinberg" Is defendant, I have levied upon and situated In. Brevard county, State of Wines. Liquors ..
will sell at auction In Florida, to-wlt i.: T. II. liogiw osto
For some oon lder- public front of the court
some yean past. has received from his fellow-cltlzeus house. door, at Tltusvllla Florida, on Monday Commencing at the southwest corner of block (Committee- and Cigars.Gw..anteelll'ure. .
time furniture designed on the lines has not seemed to delight him so much the 2nd day of November A I> ttMM during the :foil 2, from'ltl'v'n:: northerly along the: east side I
hlitorlo styles has given place to ore- legal hours of sale to the highest; and best. bid two hundred and sixteen fIIIIIu LH .
the tier for the ((2113) feet (reins thence easterly at right angles
as receipt by Governor Culberson ofa cash following described property ;
mi in which quaintness has been the situated the county of Ilrerard, and State of with Highland .avenue ninety-nine (UO) feet to a th'1IIk.' reJM&t SoW at reduced
ing characteristic, and In which brief contemptuous note from Prince Florida to-wlt: poet said post being the southwest corner and ROYAL-TANSY .PILLSJfltWDIIICOVERY' .t'qIllmtIlllIr1! prices
Bismarck to the effect Lots. 1R, IB and 17. block 'A.?' Cocoa Beach Im- starting point of the tract of land, hereby. conveyed ,
have received thatalthoughhe
yof tho traditions pro* ement Association,all in ten 20, township: from thence easterly right angles: with whlllDv ls _rt f little consideration. A little novelty while in office, demonetized silver- I south of range 37 east or ao much of shove described Highland; avenue thirty-three (::13) feet from .l_ A hOW reliable antflefcf: R8VIIRrAILII..relief: fur sop.II .. 'iTh' Wine
property as will be sumcient to satisfy thence northerly and parallel with Highland. pre.t.d. no..lve,. eoaittqr or palnftiOMnntuniUon.
should be intro- ..
i good thing. but it he thought It might be a good thing for said execution and costH avenue seventy-five (75) feet, from thence westerly Nnw>MMl bror.r UOOas from Italy.

ed I ju loion l,.. An overdoing of anything the United States to try the experimentof J. K. BOWMAN, at right angles. with Highland: avenue Ivdlos. lnvlu*>rmts4iM. ora.ns.; II..
war. of Csasrses heIslSas. 45.e
thirty-three (331 feet, from thence southerly '
kills It. It is refreshing to oct2-30 Sheriff Brevard Co. with I : parallel feet paper. SI pr bo.v email M. (.. seas John B. Togni
silver coinage. His ingenuous joy Highland: : avenue seventy-five ((7m) pasted In plain. wrapper. 'IIeno' 4u In ,
I occasionally a manufacturer that to the post above mentioned. Said tractuf land Stamps far partlawlani. Mold bf !_.
this fact and holds to goodhi over this bit of princely impertinencecan being situated on lots four (4)) and live (/5)) of IrunlitiiorwIilmfiiiT. PErrKBMKUlAb Metropolitan Sertbon 123 East Day St.,
Uizea block two to the recorded ASIUVIATION, Ckhiece, IlL
((2), according village:
in spite of the caprices of Dame only be compare.d to that of the In Circuit Court Brevard County plat of the village of Eec Oallle situated In JACKSOSVJLAE: FLOK1DA.Wholcsal .

bion. loyal Briton of the last generation who section It, in township 27, south of range 37 Sold by J. 13. SOI.Ven, only.
Florida.C. east, said plat being recorded on IBM ... N.4aIL.
be French style ban always been was boasting that the Prince Regent In hook D, page 3T4 of the records Mnllllth Clerk ----

alar with the public and no doubt once spoke to him, and when asked what I). Flood of the Clrc_lt Court of Hrevard county, Florida. .

frays will be, but there Is a notable he said replied with honest exultation : ; ; 1 R. FREEMAN HALL, I WHEW YOU; FURNITURE *
James B. Bowman as sheriff. octMO: Special Master
"Get out of my way you blundering of Hrevard county and ex- I FEEL SHAKY ,
officio administrator of the
blockhead." estate of J. A. lumaiu! I>wy- Foreclosure, of Master's Sale. I WHOLESALE and RETAIL.

But it Is not only princes who have er her deceased surviving E.husband L, J>wyer, and,} Lien.Hudnut I WHY NOT TRY

the to the of Mrs It. Hudmit and _
power move springs Mr. her husband, and NDER I: and I by virtue of a degree of foreclosure INTERSMITH5CHILLJONIC
Bryan's facile sensibilities. We might Fred F'. Heal. TJ and sale 1..lnjto"t. of the Circuit"
Court for Brevard county, In.. cause therein '
have been sure, from the manner in U NI)311t and by virtue of a final decree made depending wherein. Jacob Beck Is compl In-
and rendered In the above entitled cause ant anti John II. Johnson Is. defendant 1 shall
which he has jumped from his sleeping- wherein O. tt. Flood Is complainant. anti, olfer for sale to the highest and best bidder for

berth in the dawn and deprived James K. liowman as sheriff eto, et al., are cash flurlng the hours of 11 ... m. to !7 p. in., on
gray
respondents, by the Honorable John I). Itroome, Monday the 2nd day of November 1811/1./ at Vero_
himself of his beauty-sleep at midnight Judge of said court and dated ZHtli day of Sop- Bravarcl county Florida, the following. described THE M EDI OfH KOF
tember 18116\ whereby I wan appointed "8|>ecial personal property, to-wlt:
to abuse and vilify rich men, that they Master \I the land hereinafter described : I, The saw mill together with engine holler, I KMOWfMERIT..

lay very near his heart and occupied .an Special Master, as aforesaid will, on Monday, planer and all the tools, furnishings and appurtenances I BOLD fYfKYWH***
the 2nd day of November, A I) 18IM1, the same being to said mill belonging being tile .
more than was reasonable his thoughts the first Monday in November, and a legalsale property of. the defendant, John lk. John t>ll, AHTMUH PIT** a O0\ LOUrAlrfi.4.. KY
l&v. within the lAir&l houm nf SfLln.. In front and being situated at Vero, Florida. e.NT."' ..
.
I and imaginations. It would have been of the court house doorat'I'ili i..lifI..iti. A. J. LEWIS I_____
county and state, sell for cash to the highest
safe to bet that If he into the
STYLES IX CHAtBS.iprovement ever came bidder therefor, the" north-half of lot 3 and lot octJ-oct30 Special Master,

) in the character of the de- bodily presence of a man worth a million 4, of section 29, south of range" 3d east; said -The Walton Kapld Calking Machine,
land and In
Brevard Florida
gn s of the present day over those of SO ho would, metaphorically speaking, fall or lying so much being thereof as will be county necessary to -Samples of "PalntotT" may be had No. one to ; No two, $10; No. three, $15

tin ago. There is more grace to begin I instantly on his marrowbones before him realize decree,the anti amounts the costs ordered of said. to suit.he paid by said at the ADVOCATE office free of charge. Tltusvllle Fla. -

!ith. More care In used in the character and offer him the incense of his adoring D. L. OAULDKN, ----

the outlines and good construction is heart. The chance came the other dayIn oct2-3o Special Ma ter.
e first consideration more "glued c
West when ex-Senator Davis S
Virginia
i" ornaments of impossible form and Southern
a gentleman of large wealth presided at Sheriffs Sale. \
attraction, and as a matter of course : I
nits are much more satisfactory both a meeting in Mr. Bryan's honor. The I

the manufacturer and buyer. Deco- Boy could not restrain his rapture. Be UNDER and the Circuit by virtue Court of an for execution Hrevard Issued county. Railway

tor and Furnisher the authority quot- called the world to witness that he was In a cause therein depending wherein .
d. illustrates number of and R. R. McCormick Is complainant and i), P. <)ll>.
a popular made
forever. Mr. Davis
respectable was son is defendant, I have levied upon and will I'URNITURII: of every de"crlf.tl n. Writs
rtlrtio styles. an Eastern man and did not scorn him, sell at public auction in front of the oonrtr'e ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. for prioes. !freight Val,1, orders over
door at Tltusvllle 1 during' the legal hours 1111.(10.('
Tablo Deoo..u. though he came from the west; an elder- : on the first Monday, in November, A II IC. M. FKTTINO.
admitted that 180(1\ to the highest and best bidder for cash U East hay Bt. JACK80W1LLB! TLA.
At a rose dinner the table was orna- ly man, yet the Boy was the following described real estate, situate In THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS DINING

anted with a low pyramid of red roses clever; most of all, he was a rich man,. to-wlt the .county of Brevard, and State! of Florida,

a the center; sprays of the same flowers and yet was willing that a poor boy Beginning i the went or northwest corner of CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS .

ere scattered the table.or should be lie felt himself of a tract of land drwded to Blacksh..ar anti
'[ carelessly over president. Kason, thence south 01 o 10 m. west iou chains, VESTIBULED TRAINS.
the last course a rosebush wasnought gilded by the radiant propinquity of a thence south.. 10 m. 6 st 1J.U3 chains, thence
south 44.. IO.... west to the east line of land of
around and each guest took aOMbnd millionaire. There was something at I". J. Nelllgan! thence' south to the line of the Wr.HT.AM .il iII"
which proved to be formed of about the Fleming Grant thence southerly alo.ig the line NORTH AND MAST. NORTH AND
try palatable ices and creams. Soft once.ludicrous and pathetic of Fleming Orant to the north I line of the Wharf

nlle loosely thrown over some contra.CE .!- exhibition. The man is absolutely with Tract to a post thence on the north bank tll of a 21 Indian in. east River 87.8'J about chain 10 :.
color of silk satin often forms thenat out balance of mind or character. lie feet north of Gibson's wharf, thence northerly Y_ u. .. Fl. !
or along; the river shore 8.4.:) chains to east or southeast All Tralw >>au,. Llot'td. rutSiSpm Train. Dally.Le. mad riorlillKiprW "fSTiV .TrT"VJPJtI!
for the center of a table. Green knows as little of the world as he does corner of Blackshear and E ion's, thence II.U. CI.'II : u acts. anti go. old i iIOther.
fall. rn. r Just manhoOdi
tulle over pale satin, the edge outlinedith of the history of his own country; as south 429 west along. south line of said tract men eso.seryouiifui i Voun I.nr.n l A) ...I... r sincee.t. .
* 6.87 chains, thence north 389 west 13.t chains .... ..Cr.Nerw.eese.e. ZS ,..11...
delicate ferns and a tall out glass little of men as he does of finance. to place, of twglnning.: Also lot No. :2 of section LT J'ok'Tll, F.CXaP.......... 41O.m Jaokeonrtll*. r 0. P .S 46 pm C 410 .m ...... 4IbSly .Ie.io..Las$P. ....
vase f in the center filled with white 21), township 30 "south range 39 east, containing .* ZVOI". Southern 1 ill) p":! 1 40.-. ant oue. u.s. 7.uiI.. Nes..ry. WestIs. II.5 .
' Nothing so trivial has ever been thrownup 40 ....r.... Also lot No.:and the southwest quarter Lot .orotll, r.a *r.......... 087 am I I' pm Manoa Sootbe-rn: at6AmnO _.. .114 00 sfseti 01 .II ."" ..n3".n.umptl.........
.
reeet POlY and ferns looks very daintyand by the convulsions of our politics. of southeast. quarter. of section llv twvnshlp. Lr .....-...'__ V.CAP...........I. _._.. pm HJGpm Ar... Atlanta., ...... 6 IW am S 16 pm pm 1"-" W.rd.'. impose OtTinisanti..wrtbit'.Istib.II5etq. '? on
refreshing. 31 south range 38 east; also the southwest quarter Chattanooga, ....WU: pm 4 10.... JO"b.twuasJtields. Rir. l"'JPBlnt l uitl.405"be-
New York Tribune. of northwest quarter and the northeast l/TGoltimbta,8ath'D.......... 6WpmflOpm Sam "Clnn'n..", O. .. 0., 7 1ft am 7 IIOJ" In.1II1I:1': S k I UVIO... of ..n for It. 1I

u-lao14 $,.vW... quarter 31 south of southwest range 3)1)quarter east, containing of section 14 80,acres township arCh._.rlott J9oath'n.. ......... 1- a_ LouUvllleCVTAiUoTT 8u 'h.r". TM am Tiii pi" Cs,'." be CL 0.1'.4 per box ID or vest.pxtk.l.,.,. :,Vr.pSi4 with.. L4'pLala"-1&wrappi .,,,..-

mi d em 140... ... .......... w.4te.. ........_ .. as ..no.. Sb.M..y .
Eider down comforts are apt to lose WANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR JAMES BOWMAN Wsmh'j'a.Boatk'n..6. 00 am 11 11 pa Ar. Hlrmint ltm, Honthorn.i ........... rzr.kia! _>ZJUC hh.,trite)....tjol.1.. .a.arn'u by t1'Qlllll.. <<:....._Address au.
their lightness after considerable use. to travel for responsible oct2-oct30 Sheriff. ml :: Meanph .. K. O. M. H. Wben1.: ............
U i iH43pra... OOtaSflOt K.UIy.LU.WM. : ... ...... ..
To In Florida. Salary
restore them beat well with a rattan established house Positien f.rNYOll'I1P..R.L.. . .. >_mShy. . .. .. . . .....S Sold by J. B. Scre *n, only.
beater and hang them on the line a 9780 and expenses. permanent. Notice of Election. -111_ .
self-addressed
few boon in a strong wind. stamped Reference.envelope.Enclose The National Star ,........ .... "Lend .f III. ." U 0.117

Ripe tomatoes will remove almost any Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Jan2 ,97 UNDER and by virtue of authority vested la I Jeekeosivihle. P'. 0. .. P.... ... ..... '4e< pm TIME TO ALL
kind of itain from the handand they the ordinances of the Town of Tltusvllle :l.tovaanah ........... 11 A pm
Florida, I, Wm. M. Brown of a W am .
OlD also be used to great advantage on No man Is altogether evil. There is said town, ..a.1dntf! maJo":'an a CMmntbla. 44 am NAMED.
white Election In be holdmt on Monday, : 40. pm

II many cloth other, removing. ink spots a* well latent good in him.-Edna Lyall. the fourth Jth Monday day of October of saul., 18W month,the In same the being Council the (u._;y. .&abevUie lrAoari1lo1.:.......u... Sowthet..C:: ... 80 10 pm pm

In One cannot knew what a man really.Is Chamber. for the election of the following 1. (.bactejliMi. U am
making pit a OmMn'On.
green apple sance
few dates, out them into quarters and by the end of a fortnight.-Jane Austen. Mayor. Short train 111811 By.r' for Bru.o1rI... as lAD a. ... deal,. Through'" Palbaca sleepsi'.

Wd them to the saooe Jut before reUOvthg One Marshal.One Collector. of ta.... taekaonrlll lo Cloolnn.tl. vi. Lebevihis.. ct._

from the fire. They will.be arest Hard Bit. One Clerk of cas_who. shall also be treasurer and s.passer .- For full information, apply to any Agent of this great R&IlwaySystem "ftaN.10. IlAT... .

improvement to the _aee., Mildred-Have you heard the new Two. Aldermen to serve for two yean_... or its connectlonL "1'.

It is positively asserted that to drink: .boIIlI Charlie Hinks: and Mabel BoxtonT For Two tlM. Aldermen ooexplrxl. to terms serve of for.on..*.year.....each. L.bradyand J. V. GULP .. B. BARDWIOZ ==::'\- ;

a half pint of No. What* I"JI11dredBe'8 B. N.OUwlwIn.. 1T.A.TUM; V. U. GUE1I. ,
resigned
hot hot
milk water
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Anti notice that R. K.: ;., O.Ispsrtawsdes.. Tn80 EEEdtntific
will have in love with her. hereby give ...:P- Ag.s$. -
in the effect of producing sleep know W. H. Harris and J. t. .......... Wand ep. ..............U, 0. Wcia..... 0.Go w......... 11. Q. AUMta.0.. -
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case* out of ten. AdeJaide-Bow do you pointed judges. Robert PMai Of igdcuT.as.u.SspjesislIns 'I"
Never He worked two hoar at.. said .Iec&lon. with the appryral I gf ''e Tow. w. D. Atr.B1I: %
Mildred- '
put potatoes on the dinner table her Council of stud own. f Ss "
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teach rIda"C"
In a closed stretch Lest night trying to e( is sic
dish. The moisture from Attest WlJjI'BBOWl'f. au WesS tIQ .IACUO."a.a.c. rt.A. A1 r'r=

the rtfaiajw tbe Uah cover ma_ back mother to ride the, bicycle.ClevelandLeader. H.3..A U Mayo .1JI8Q. --' ... w ] A
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.k' "Ntt,4ti' '', j I -.$ INDIAN Rim ,ADVOCATE. + office. That the county has prospered rrr If you need any job share printing of It., we I r n
.Y".j Th Great' shall be pleased to get a J j JOHNSON (
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.'1 J present administration, the following I IAJJVT.
ManufisllinSupplies
: .r : !. ,: :t Office: Washington{ Avenue, 'Titusvllle, facts will shaw::: The millage l/lr-/ GIVE THE "ADVOCATE" AN w tnrer, of _
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: I, i I'' r' y j'' 'IJnd.ia.n River. ; Florida. hus been reduced since 1892 from for. It those is a Good who want Advertising to increase Medium ....r 1'

,f ,J 22 mills to 15} mills, county warrants East Coast. their business. i "
., ': I which discountedat
I : Check eto., may he made payable tea On A HI.KBII. were once
i4 WI I.h and proprietor from 10 to 15 'cent, are now lr r
W.AW fl4. r per nntod.-.A. 1VXn. aIn
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; worth 100 cents .on the dollar ;
to sell staple,
every section at once
) POOR 'M1iN'S\' MONEY. since the present board has directed !goods dealers; no peddling; experience Cotton and Linen :Nettinir.

, county alfairs taxpayer unnecessary; best side line. $75.00 a Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc', + FiT1't>
: a'f r have always been able to see what month. Salary and expenses or large Tackle of every DpscilptlnnHI'
'j'; The muchmeed phrase Silver has been done as their monthly commission made. Address, with 2 cent Lines, Rods, Reels Sinkers n.iltg: ]! '
I is the poor manes money,"* bus a proceedings are always published CAMP stamp for scaled particulars, Clifton Soap tff/" TARPON TA'CKL& A'S I: ?tc,
and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati f.tuu
M "I good heal of truth in It. All-silver! in all the county papers ; there has Ohio. Baltimore, :\Itl.
dP" 4 countries. are very poor ; *n'd'it ia been no reduction in the valuationof
stated the authority of nen
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of corporations
property exceptin
. I I i t who Imive" made'this; subject ife-
/ the case of the ,Indian River Stable
)' gi study that' there is not a ellvei-. Steamboat company, which is now r t Chickamauga Company. ,?

4i; : N standard country I in the 'world defunct. The present board has

I .i '" I whose laborers "receive over 'fIfty: shown itself capable of directing Chattanooga, Tenn. 'Phono 3s" ,

cents per Any. Into the poor man's public business satisfactorily, Inmost MEETING TRIPS TO Lula Lake and Lula Palls" Lookout Point, Point Park Sun
(. money.in'the' same sense trmt hldns instances. Rock Natural Bridge Telephone Hock, Rock City and Village, Chickamauga\; II'tar.v
''" are the man's Clothing, pest I:1 Pink, National Cemetery, Mission Ridge, Bragg'a Tower, I'help's Tos,.
'f' poor Mistakes have doubtless been" Orchard Knob, Walden's Ridge. &|
li ::1 "i lential hate are the poor.nmn'shousea made, and tbe proceedings of the
'New
Brick Stables, Eight and Chestnut Streets.
1 'und despotism is .the, poor
board have called
occasionally : SAM.\ \V. DHLS
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1 ,t!4 man' government. forth unfavorable comment, but Manager.
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there never yet existed a public At NEW SMYRNA
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l Tanj; !Titusville wilver-elub.'.'eeoi8 body that was able to please everybody + W. :B. DA.WSO1T

9i n1 ,,11 to be'having' a'''little fun t'.theAttiflocATtfV and there never w'ili' be. Our ,
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: *! expanse. County Commissionepsiv'have, used Wholesale and Retail
their best endeavors further the ON THE

1'' N, n l Interests of the county, and they
( ri' SEVEIWt1. of editorial. 'are
i 1'! I I OUT have reason to be proud of their WINE & MERCHANI
r' 'r left out of this issue to make-rowta LIQUOR
ri record. Florida Coast
1" East
18.. andtlie Railway.
} the.election tu1
r, 'rah, }i for returns > ? Whether there is anything to be
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I, f big.excurlllon! .- vt.ANDREW .
4 1 gained: by putting 'new men in

I c Tv'u' their places, is for the electors to 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

t'' I .JACKSON; was ft '""gblci tent decide.with For the our part, we board are con-and Commenced Oct. 15 and will Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Hayan
I bug; In.bis message Dec.'2. I.S.I4 present on Thursday ,

r ', i rl he -said': "The I>>-agrees' .of our: shall be glad to see every member I ,

i gold-coinnge I continue until Oct. 26 1896.SCHEDULES
+ f ; officers,of themintand promise: .

ii 1, l I in short ,period .to furnish the.? [Remember the ADVOCATE, Titua- JCT-I1V3I- : FANCY GOEtOGJEXRWHISKEYS '

.country with a sound and portable tulle, dues all kinds of Job printing. Give ISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no (Compound\
,Yr A currency. : :: : :: : a KjT" Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

)I'' : you wish to open an account you must give first-class city reference
rent in 'TltosVille. Firstposition. Trains will stop on signal at all Stations. Special train service will be as followsFIRST :
-Store to
I &;) the $helbyvlll4tyrflmi
'i N August:8h! : >,
elais Suitable for a furniture SUNDAY, OCTOBER 18th.

I, Cau ( :,) Teachers' Institute, or dry good store. Apply to Robbins & Leave Ormond . . . ., .8 (00)() a m Arrive. New Smyrna. . . 0 00( a m
.kno.w.lnwthnt df they were paid in Graham. u New Smyrna. . . .0'tOam: Titusville. . . .1030am
1 silver lit would reduce their in* U 1100am()( New Smyrna. . . 1 00 p m New Fall Goods.

S comes, unanimously .adopted the t U New Smyrna. . .. ... .II f" resolution "Resolved, Qm1t1t1CTla/ ELECTION IU:- U Ormond. ... . . .8 00 p m u, New Smyrna. . . 0 00 p m
r following :: TUUNS. New Smyrna . . 80 pm" Titusvllle; . . . .11 (00)( pro

I I tiiutiitsliall. ,stipulated the in all SECOND SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2:>tl1. An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept i
nomtrftttt.B.niflde' between true
t If I 1't : below correct tabulated list Leave St. Augustine. . . .6 (10( a m Leave Ormond. . . . I 030am
! I Y; sees and the :
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t teadberd' wages shall ibe .,paid iii rooont state and county election also U Han ..7 60 a m New Smyrna. . .1100am ,

i' Y .gQlct! or :.its equivalent:" justices{ of peace and coustableselected Returning; train will stop at any station to put off passengers. Leave New CLOTHING Our prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt I
p : I an the county, from which it will be Smyrna ((1.00 p. m. ; arrive St. Augustine 12.()(() p. m.R8TE:15i Etc, shipping. One can depend to get good value for t
Heonithat the democrat of Brevard have
MIR. Xlitrair cheaper dolt not much to fear from their republican : : s money. We Sell to Dealers only.Some .
says a brethren notwithstanding the supposed St. Augustine, Tocoi Junction Ilurds, Mlddloton . . . . . .$ 100
Jar !would be better for -the workIng ,of that in the county: Armstrong;, Holly Branch. . . . . . . . . . . . 00 "Special Bargains" in HATS, UNDERWEAR, SIIIRTS, CLOTHING:
I i ; ', F lueeee, but Andrew ..Jackson.suhl strength party Hastings, Orange,:: Mills, Patterson, Putnam. . . . . . . . 80 Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by 1I8-Ai
dn his. last message : ""Engaged JUSTICE: PKACIC. CONaT\ TILE.!: East Palatka, Palatka, ban Mateo, Oaksido{ Yelvington, Roy, Dinner Island solute Call addressBENEDICT
I from in their La Orange: F. A. G-ibxon. James Boyd NeogaEspanola; Bunnells, Favorlta, Harwood . . . . . . 65: Bargains. on or
I <1ayfco'dny TltusvUle: li. It.1lrlleon. K. Smith Tomoka, Ormond, Holly Hill . :. .. . . . . . . . iO POLLAK & CO.
1 'useful toils, 'tAiey do 'nut :perceive City.'l' 'oint: li. F. 11.ml. J. Robinson Kingston, Daytona, Blake, Port Orange . .. .. .. . . . ., . . 60 ,
that Although' ,their wages.are nom,\ Kockledgo. H. Sanders. J. Paine SllvBjte. . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . 40 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
finally the same, .or even .somewhat Eau tiallie i : \Y. It. ItooHch. 1}. B. Snell Spruce Creek, Turnbull Bay, Glencoe. . . . . . . . . .. 2.1:\
a ireduced 16IboUl'DeVm.: Ely 1) E. Smith Brlggsvllle; ; . . .. . .. . . . . . .. . ::10
higher they are greatly Malabar: C. L. llowell. L.K.Bralueid Indian Springs.. . . . . . :. . . . . ... . . . 45; JAMES PBITCHABD, President; W. M. DROWN, Vice-President;
r in fact, by the rapid inoreaae of a Sebastian: W. A. Lowder. C. L. Piirke !KOI; . ... . . . . . . . . . . . ... . 40 C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
t spurious currency, which, as it "p.i St. Luchtt. H.O.Bromion.. W T. Hayes jake Helen, Twin Oaks, Orange City, Orange City Junction. . . . 50
to milks laoney abound, they. Eden: E. A. Ireland. J. E. Matson hawks Park . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
1 i pears inclined consider : Ft..Drum: J. M. Iee. U. W. Swain Incomer, Oak Hill . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
y are at first to a Narrows: none. f l3e. .yrata . . . . . . . ... . . . ... .. . 4(1(
r blessing/ It is not until the prices Georgian: : E. C. Wethy. A. ChambersMerritts Titusville.{ . . .. . .. . . . . . . . . . . (10
of the necessaries of life ,become \ : T.II.SandcrB. J.'.L.\Vbl tl4IQk (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
i Tickets from following points at rates shown below will be on sale Saturdays,
p 'i .eo dear that the laboring, classes Canaveral: none. none October 17th and 24th, limited to Monday following date of sale: Authorized capital, $100,00!

14 I cannot supply their wants out of ,S.HaliluverV.C.l'etel'son.Bluff: : none. none C.li.Jobnson Prltchard, Ilarcleevllle, Faustina, City Point. . . . . .. . 75 --f. Paid up capital $25,001
/ their wages, that their wages rise, :; Ankoaa: itione. none Cocoa, Hockledge, Coquina, Bonaventure . . . . . .. . .$ 1 00 I C"\ Average deposits $150,00
t i Micco: .none. :none Pineda, Eau Gallic, Sarno, Melbourne '". . . . . . . . . 1 25: I. 10.7 -
) Ilnny..u: U. Bole .I.K.KaRan,:: Tillman, Malabar, Vnlkaiia, Grant, Micco . . ... ? .. . 1 40 eNNN
:', THE: HON. JOHN CUitLieiJC: 'glaresri. W. City: .J. M. OrrM. II. I-orsen Koseland, Sebastian Woodley, Gifford, St. Lucie. . . . . . . 1 fiO --Transacts a General Banldi
the following: live undisputed propositions Woodley, VV. L. Keefer. .UCarendee.' 'Fort I'lel'oeVest Palm Beach . . . .. . . . . .'. . . . 1 50/

: rllt-there is not a ____n__ Business.
free coinage in the work ,
country and Oldest! Bank the Rill
Largest on
today that in not on a silver bars

lI Second-there ia not a gold standard 'CANDIDATES< II! iti CD o ; A '"", w f ., Exchange gold on all Foreign Countrln.
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''1' that does not use silver as DIOAPJ: .OFFICI'J. L d ::; '" ::.o.tJ.!. 1:: d z:: C o 'S.. a; f a 8 '-2 3 jAS.PBITCHAKDW.H.BABNETTl're( .l'l"'
along with gold. Third-there I it A co! .. C of the lNatlonaiBaukofJaekeonv111eJNDURREE )
I. 7 F U Me N W f 7 C7 n p U ui q r F 0 I : (Vlce-Prei-ldent National \Mani'''
1 silver standard I in
not .
) a country Jacksouvllle), and W. M. ]lanwo.CORRESI'ONDFNTII.

the world to-day that uses any'' ( nJUXhlln . . 31111.2; 22 O a :3fi 17 7 :2)102T4!\) () 11 7 II JI i} L 7 li;; 111; 11 ti47FurGovernor t : .
gold: ns money along with silver., : { Gne by. . ... D 3fl( 0.:10: 211 27 11 7 21111 0 1 ,10 3 0 11 :3 1 0 4 23:1: __ oN Seaboard. National Hank of New. York :a"'
k .o'ourth-tbere is not a silver stand. ( Week .l 8 :1 2 2 1 1 0 :2: 0 0 0 0 0 {O} C 0 it I 0 0 0 0 23Mabry. : .n.' National/ Bank of Jackso vllle."I".rUSVILLE +

? nrd in the world ( . . e . 3:110: ;; .21 A2 :12: 17 7 31 43 10 13 10 7 31 8! 1 H II it II U 2i: 11 IHO l
country to-day F..Justlce Wilson . . . 11 :31 J:! .0.:1020) 2i: 10 3:J 211 18 0 218 II 3 1 0 9) :1 3 0 0 4 2:11Supl'ome : FLA.
that has more than one-third aa!I court :MpKinnon: ? ... 2 2 I 1)) :2 i} J 2:! 0 2 2 1 0 2 0 0 0 I 0 0 1 1 0 {0} 21 .. ----------- -
much money in circulation per Ueynoldll. . . 3.1011 2:1: lH .3:1: 17 II 30 42 20 1:1: 10 tI 31 8 15 tI 15 t1 I 13 25: 11 111SFat' : W. J. HILL. -----
capita as the United States has. Comp: MeDuugall ... . 11 211 (1:11' 11) 24 10) :3 20 111 {0} 1 111 6 :1: 2 0{} 0 4 0 fI 4 212 H. M. PAPWORTH
.o'irth-tbereia silver standard tl'oller: Knapp . . . :1 4 r. 6 1 0 2 0 1 0{} 1 1 1 0 I 0 0 0 0 (1 I 1 0 0 2:1:
4' not a Lamar... . ... . ::1.1100 2:1: 158t:\ 17 7 31 44 21 1:1: 10 7:11: R li: u I r. 0 13 2II:\ 520
C country I j.u the world to-day For Attorney Shel'I'Mtl. . . II 28 7 25:) 17 H: 10 I 3:I 20) 17 1) J I:. 7 ::1'3 2 0 R 4 o I 0 420tl.Genel'al. South Florida Wholesale House
i where the laboring man receives aa : lI"rlLI. . . . ::1 7 4 4 II 1 2:l 0 0 1 1 0 1 0) 000) 1 0 1 {0} {it} 34Collins :
e fair pay for his day's work. ( .. . . 411 D9 :lr 1m 31 17 u'31(J 311 21 1:1: 11 7 31 8! U II 4 (0 J 1:1: 2i: 10 1107
For FoliAte { Allen . .. . 9) a2 20 ,17 :U 10 ::1 2:1: 1\:\ 0 I 14 Ii 3 3 0 0 4 (o I 0 4 2111 W- :T.: ZZXXJL: cSc CO.
; Treasurer: : ( CI\hoon.: . . 4 II 1 1 I 2 0 :2: {0} I 0 1 0 {U} 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 2:1CrI1wfoe'd. :
i NEARLY 2,000,000 persona have ( . . 3411! 2a G8 :'io! .111 1i:11t: ;; 22 13 10 7:11: 8 Iii II 1\ 6 14 25; 11 1137 ESTABLISHED 1873. -
about $7 OOOOOOO in building and For Secretary ) :\1t'UouJ'i . . I II :23! 7 25; 18 10! 10J: II! 0 1 1\:\ 7 ::1 1 0 8 4 1 0 4 207
loan associations. At the of State: ( Kellor . . . .1 2 U S (0 ::1 2 0 I 4 1 0 1 1 0 {0} 1)I 0 0 0 0 0 (0 26 Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders'Materials '
t y meetingof For COlllutilil. (1Vontbwell . 3.. 101:! .22 54 31 117:10\ : 411; 20{} 1:1: 10 7 31 8! 13 II 4 II 14 2. 11 1112 ,
the League of ;Local building of Chtrbb . 0 27 ::1 18 4 22 7 0 21 11 1 2 17 (II 2 I 0 11 :'t I I 0 ::1 3 1i3
;I and Loan Associations, in Philadelphia Agriculture: Richbourg . . 12 S 11 I)} :3 J r. :1 S 1\\ 0} {0} 0 :2: 1 {0} t} (J 1 I 0 0 0 64 Kinds
r July 23, the following resolution 'or Stilts Shoats . . : Oil 22 III I ::1.. U '7 2s 4:1: 10 13 10 7 311 8 13: fI r. 11 14 24 11 49t!)!) of all
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8ut. ubUo j Marsh( ... . 39: IIJ.I ]11) :26! 10 ::1 22 20 {0} 2 18 I 0 3 :1: 0 10) 2 0 1 4 22nstructlon &
without dissent
i was adopted, : 1VI111anrs .... . ..3) 6 J II 14 II 2 I 0 30 II 0 2 II 00 o) 1 1 1 0 0 29 358NI'ORD: : IaLORIn13..
+ b ; ; : "The United States League For Senator j JJlmlck ,. . : 02 27 fL'l 32 15 'S ::10 4J 2U:\ 11 6 31 H 111: n 6 1'1&' & 2:;. 10 1I2J13thDl : _
of Local Loan and Building Associations tl\rcCnthy.} . . III 8 21 Itl SUI)) ::2 :12: HI I) 121 8 3 1 010 A 2 0 4 2.57
'I by their delegates in convention For Ileprcaen- J 1I1U'IIlo. ... .... ::17 101 12 42 II 1 ::140 111 7 2 I II) 1.\\ 6(J :t 4 4 0 10 24 7 43tall
assembled First-that i it ve: ) Jiranclt . . .14 "II 17 .U 28 42:! H am 2l: 2 ::1 1 2(1( 20 4 U 0 13 4 3 1 73110/ ) MIAMI -
: For County j JODe8. . ... . ::11I\112\ 18 67 2\1\ 14 i II) 27 m: 20 14 3 :1 3 27 8 13 0 3 7 12 22 6 473 *
I is the dense of this meeting: that Judge: J I1l1.nl". . . . 11 41 0 21 22! :IU) 1:1: 3 37 111; 0) 4 :24.! 11 ::1 4 0 1:1: 4 :1 3 7 271.
4, the interests of all shareholders of For proseouU.mlllen.. . . 30 0. 10 50 2-1: 10 4 3:1: ::1'1:1/ : 11 0 3 2\ S tJ: 6 :3 I 6 123 11 4'H
building and loan associations/ in ting Attorney: IIru.1oanl. . ... ... II 411: 111 32 23 ::12 H 2 4:1: 2'.1 II 2 24 II ::1 2 II 13 4 I 1 4 311:1:
the United States demand that the Brown ... . . : 40 108 :10: 011 35 ]3 II 28 r.fI 17 14 0 1'1 31 8 17 II 15 8 1:1: 23 8 M7 !
1' For berlrr: Starck. . . . 11:1: ; II 2:1: 2U :37 1:1: 6 24:21: 0{} 2: 23. 7 ::1 1 0 12;! 3 ::1 0 i3) 258 Town Lots Now Sale
present standard of values, upon For County J 't1aswr. . . ,. /010:1)/ ( : 22 110 ::10 20 7 31 47 11 J4 II I u 27 8 0 (It I 15 0 1:1: 23 III 512 on
which our monetary system baa Treasurer. : 1 Wetmore ... 1J 48 12 27 22 :2$ 12 2 ::1:11: : 0 I 1 21 10 2 7 0 12 II 2 2 5 289
been based since tbo, resumptionof ."orC o.8upt. JSam". . .. . 45104. 21J 61 ::111 III 1 8 30 "IlO 0 8 9 28: U (6 I 4 6 10 2. 10 1535
in 1879 shall Pub. Inan{ lfainlln . ... . 11':11)' : 4 HI I7 2)1 ::1 25 1\1\ 1 21)) 10 3 4 0 11 4 ;11 I ::1 238
w specie payments For County J I1all. . . . .. 401U 23 011:1: ; I'C' 1 34 1123:\ 1-1 10 II 28 7 U II II 7 U 2.11' M\: A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For
remain unchallenged and invio TasCollt1ctorI.ockwooll.) . . 10S I : 820 184:> 12 2 2U 19 0) 117 9 I) 3 ::1 010 4 2 0 3241 ,
i late." Fur County J/Stewart. . ... :31)146) Jl7 6:1: ::111 18 7n 38 2. 14, 8 7 28 83 6 6(I 7 13 24 9 1142:
f Clerk: } Wilbur. . . 13 1 28! (128 n:11: 1:1: 28." 17 () ln: 11 :3 I 4 011 4 2 1 II 256 Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle
i ForC4unt11 I "rle8.. . . .,. :IS 101 2S IJ.j m H 7 33 46 20 fI 10 II 20 8 17 II U 7 U 211: 10 15J.:
tJi WHAT OUR COUNTY COMMISSIONERS surveyor: ) Lyman . ... 7 3S 4 lU 1:1: 21! 12 2 Jl: 1:1: 2 4) 1(1( o.1 3 I 0 7 4 0 0 3 187
For.CQllJlty I Wooton.. . .. . 40 US 211 3117 10 32 58 2'.1 U 11 12: 30 817 II 4 7122311 Mil CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
i HAVE DONE.As 4seeaaor: J{ MoAlliater ... .1144 t 111 2--1:14: 9 :318111 I 0 .J5: 41 3 2 0 11 2 3 0 I 4 220
Snowden. . . 21) 08) 21 III 28? 111 12 30 40 13 II 11 4 2J( 10 14 3 7 33 24 8 170Iatch
1 there is to be a side election . ... . 331113 ::10 00 33 20 13 29 43 23 1-1 11 9 34 10 13 tl 6 l111 :211 11 6'7:1: all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected
i'' in November for the choice For School Miller . . . 28 no 18 62 33 18 9 27 38 15 D J1 8 25 10 12 :3 tI 4 14 24 8 464 Fruit
of
Board{1I0Ime8. . . 2 l\ 2 f] 61 9 2 0 0 2 0 0 n 3 0 0 (J 7 1 ,I -cj 3 63Jtlllng and Vegetable Lands on
County Commissioners for the next : .. . ... . 2 15 2 0 II 2 (J 0 2: 0 0 H J 0 0 8 1 0 (J 3 49Vttmar afU&mi
term, it is well to look at the record .. . .. :2 tI 2 0 II 2 0 () 2 0 016 J 0 0 8 l () 8 66 River ana Bay IOiscny'

''i !of our present board and tee if For Justice J Wiaon .. .. .. .. 03 81 Correspondence Solicited
I there is should peaoe: 180rl..geour. ... .. 48 from Actual Investors and Settlers.Main .
y any reason why we I For CoDatable-Smltb . . .. 91 Hotel !
t pot re-elect tbe same members to ; Office; Miami, MIAMI, FLORIDl.u.


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Department of Agriculture Kelly were out fire hunting tho otber considering the occasion. I I ,

\Vcather'. $. Bureau Jupiter Fla. night three; and for received alligators.orders They not captured to be W. hope to see our school open next I I SILVER OR GOLD.Better G. G. SPRINGER ..1

hooting up the Frazier creek. They week, for we have: already lost two weeksof ,
The following U a comparative state- stated it was dangerous shooting, as II.. valuable time. I
than either is healthy
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and rainfall for theSend" D. crossed the creek occasionally.There Mr. Stanley !Hitching made a hasty Retailer and Of l
Manufacturer Shipper !
"* Tuesday, Oct. 13, WOT.189U trip to Fort Pierce hut week. Stanley liver. If the liver is O. K. the .

-Iwo- raised between was a religious conversation has become quite a traveler of late. man is O. K. His blood is kept i
in the
MAX. MIX. some young men
MI (
,VTE. MAX. upper story of the new store building.; Keep your eye on Sebastian, for we pure, his digestion perfect, and he ;
'october> 82 72 82 08\ One of them felt it was his duty to ; are going to be In the front ranks We can enjoy life and act intelligently ICE !

J 8rl 72 81 (ID the other one told him if he was a goodman have bright things in store for us. and patiently upon the questions
85; 71 he would come in his room and _
CS
77 117 78 70 pray for him. Mr. O. II. Edwards is planting beans of tho dYou: all know what to

I? t-1" 81 70 every day. We expect to ship a great take. You have known it for .
81 C8 years.It j
many crates of beans this winter. Distilled Water .
1 M" 75: 82 74 is Simmons Liver Regulator-
l
}j 84 72 81 72 Reams.The The colored laborers on the Sebastian:
and ClncinnatiiH: Railroad. .. will
Total; rainfall from for normal the week rainfall: 1:14: for inchesloimrluie the to the Sebastian Itiver tills week.move out Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers '!
Is read
pink with mach Interest -
lCJk-: 1.22 inches. Depluture1'011I in paper Born to Mr. und Mrs. II. B. Howard, i '
the
south end of Brevard coun- FACTORIES;
normal rainfall since January 1, a boy. We will have to take the census .
but there still few settlers here '
ty, are a
ilnus 4.53 inches.J. CKONK Observer. who have not yet subscribed for it. of our town again ere long. SIMMONSREGULATOR Cocoa and West Palm Beacli.: j'
W. ,
The showers of last week have been a We are well supplied with venisonnow _
aR there are ciiiifo band of Sumln-
great help to our planters.
olo Indians camped on the banks: of the 11 11'I
Melbourne.: The songs of the friendly mosquitoesare Sebastian Klver.Mr. SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
still hoard in the land. .
Chan.: II. Walton, proprietor of I II
,OODE &: GOOUK.-Real Estate and That the will of the people must bo the ADVOCATE, was the guest of Mr. W.
for JEtnta London and obeyed Is evident, since on Tuesday, the W. Russell, of the Sebastian and Clncln- i
Agents ,
LIverpool Lonns/ and' Globe, and Imperial Oth inst., a third election was held in uutus Railroad, from ;Monday until\ Tuesday I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-

attention our precinct In company with Mr. Russell, Mr.
Special paidto
File Insurance. of non-residents. Walton made a trip over the new iail-\ class SEEDS in the State. i'
the Interests Mr. George Braddock, of Sebastian, is road.
now numbered with our already large
list of truck growers. For years you and your fathers iSEND FOR PRICES Before ordering elsewhere. All Seeds tented
The Melbourne High School ia now Malabar.Messrs. have found it of sterling worth.It before sent out. Ii
The weather this week is
with Prof. Winters in charge. a very agree- L. CAMERON Seedsman
,
pen able change after the trying heat of the is and always has been put up :,
last 125 East St. JACKSONVILLE: FLA
left bere Bay
Lillian Conkling ,
Miss past three months. J. II. Zeilin & Co. Take
where she has :: Alex Goode and Frank Conk- only by I
for Grant, open-
'(1[lomlay 1 liar school. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jeff era, who have ling, of Melbourne, were in town Sun- none but the genuine. It has the -- q I

( been spending several days with friends day evening. Red Z the front of the
on

lays Sir.here A. E., Campbell attending fine to spending his grove.a from few lie and home relatives on Monday at evening's City Point tiain., returned !lay Mr...non v tow E. and I. Kell.im Melboutnellcuhlookingat Is now visiting,: at and nothing elso is the same wrapper, and, A Fertilizer for Fruit

ays lie will\ ship some oranges nothing ao food.
at Koseland. We regret to chronicle the death of the country

is Mr.place and Mrs. John Goode went southo Mr.respected Foster,citizens one of,our who oldest passed and quietly much- Messrs. J. M. Minor and J. II. Clohecy .. .... .. .. .... =-= "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer" J
of Tlllman, were in MaUbar on Sundaylast. ,
Roseland Monday evening to spend numerous readers know that
: on your may
: away on Wednesday afternoon, after an
few days at Erclklonne Inn, with their Illness of only a few days. Deceased LaGrange: Is still going ahead as of old. Prioo25.Oo: : :Por Ton.: .
laughter, Mrs. L. C. Moore.Mr. his The death of Mr. C. W. Arnold will
was well known and admired for Uncle Tom's orange grove is coming GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:: :.

W. W. Russell and Mr. Charles U. good qualities, and his many friends probably do end the work on the oil\ well take along splendidly. Your readers should Moisture .... . . . . .8 to 10 For Cent. j
mourn his sad loss.Advertise as others not care to speculate or
Valton, of Titusville, passed through chances on it. come and view it. Ammonia .. . . . . ,4y) to 6" .

whore ere, Monday the former,on their gentleman way to ia Sebastian building, I Miss V. N. Slims arrived Friday, and Uncle Shad Is making. many Improve Phosphoric Acid . .... . . . ,B to 0 f

railroad and doing other good work in I in the ADVOCATE if you 1 Ie now domiciled at Mrs. J. I. Ware' ments on his place. Potash (Actual), . ..0 to 8" "

lie Sebastlon section. want to increase your business. and also Mr. Wm. M. Brown's orange grove: Is ,. Made exclusively from, Blight Cotton Seed Men), Nitrate of Soda; Blood, Bona
Mrs. R. A. Conkling fomily,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robertson and Miss Jennie nowell, of Tillman, were looking; In very tine condition, and the Dissolved IMiosphatc, Fine! round Tobacco Stems and Sulphate of Potash.
trees have quite a lot of fruit Write for directions for and further also auk for
(SJF: using particulars
laughter, Miss Lillian, arilvedonThurs-. Banyan.Messrs. the guests of Mrs. J. I. Ware on Sunday. ;
lay evening last from Chicago, where Jim Coats snys Jake Mendoll now copy of "Kconomlcal Keitlllzlng: for Fruit." Wo carry a large: stock of all Fertllf u
they have been the past five months. School opened on Monday with 21 the hog king In this section, and little zen Material, Cotton Seed Meal l, Tobacco Oust, Potash, etc Wlito for pilcos before -
they will open the Carleton to the pub- Jernegan; and Saunders aienow scholars, and our new teacher seems to Tom Johnson bas raised peas enough to buying. Wo seek the growers: trade direct. .I.

lio very soon. Their many friends are keeping bachelor's: hall. be giving good satisfaction so far. We feed them. WILSON & TOOMER .
wish her success. ,
pleased to have them home again. Mr James Ran, has been busy this The old 1 Cnrlile place don't look like

The Rev W. C. Barnes was made happy week, setting strawberry plants. the same place since it hits been worked The Fertilizer House of Florida

last Thursday evening by the return Miss Wliitlock of Courtenay, was a Fort Pierce.The and the trees budded. Jacksonville, Fla.Fred'k. .

tlf[his family from Covington, K., where very pleasant visitor In Banyan last R. M. Singleton; was the lucky hunterto
they spent the summer. :Mis. E. J. Tuesday. kill a largo bear at Turnbull last .
first cool norther of the is .
Ferguson -and Mrs. W. B. Kennedy, of season
Chicago, 111., came with Mrs. Barnes to Everybody along; the East Coast should now blowing.The week. S. Morsex

spend part of the winter. It is Mrs.Kennedy's read the ADVOCATE.Mrs. trade-boat :Merchant: of New Chub Mendel says the tiukeys are BO xREAZI
and thick between his home and, Salt Lake
first visit to Melbourne,
J. T. Snell and family were here York, is in port.
that he could almost knock them down
IB-like all others who come are
last week few with
spending a days
harmed with our surroundings.Mr. They are moving the sawmill from with his whip. '
their many friends and relatives. Mr. here to Fort Drum. ESTATE: I : : .
O. W. Bonter sold out his interest Snell came over on Sunday for a few The old slaughter pen Is in full operation ,
the firm of O. W. Bonter & C. to Mr. hours. The schooner Queen, from the Bahamas
III under tho of A.
again, management
:MId:: .MI:: sad 0 rIaORIn11: :
Thomas ChafYee of New York, last has been here the last few days. <:) -
Miss Sams opened her school on Monday J. Carlilo.
cek. Mr. Chaffeo'a son, Mr. William last with a good attendance. Dr. C. P. Platte made a flying visit to
linffee, will conduct the business, as- Melbourne, Tuesday, to see a patient. I. A grand time Is anticipated by the AGENT FOR LANDS OF --.-.-----__
listed by Mr. L. D. Lockwood, who has There was n well-attended and much- members of the social club at their ice

gone: north for a new stock of goods. enjoyed dance at the residence of Mr. The fishing business Is improving at cream. supper at Uncle Tom's, Thursday Florida, Gust: Coast Railway Company,
Ura. E. C. Thomas still holds her interest Robert Harper on Friday evening last. this place night.Mr..
Florida Coast Lino Canal A
Transportation Company,
firm in the business.Bonter We still wish the new his Everyone is busy preparing their land John Waller, of Aukoua, has been In A. T. Feaster, with a party of Boston & Florida Atlantic, Const Land Company.
success. Mr. owns for planting their crop of beans, toma- town for a few days." hunters, had the good luck to kill two
beautiful home on the bluff, and we all for the northern .. ,.n.._ __ ._. _
and deer last
toes other vegetables one day : week.
hope his family may always remain with There has been no school for the last
markets.
liS, as they have endeared themselves to few days, owing to the illness of the Mrs. Geiger has returned to Titusville
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many friends in Melbourne. The orange groves from Georgian to schoolmaster, Mr. Hodge. We trust he after a week spent very pleasantly with The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. ;

Mrs. Clara Maclean and her Tropic, along Merritts Island, never will recover ere long. friends here. ,
Dargan looked better than do at
they present;
lass a musical lust Friday The festival last Saturday was very Our children are much pleased with '
gave
invite and while we cannot positively state how :12.: S"C'DLO": Q-ouM lWanagor.: : :
at Dr. Brown's. About twenty successful, despite the fact that quite a the appearance of tho school-house In
will be
'
thousand boxes of
guests[ were present, who enjoyed this shipped many from the Indian oranges River section, number were absent on account of stormy Its new coat of paint.Coronado. (LATE CHAPMAN A SUDLOW.) ,
rare treat. The excel- weather. A large sum was realized. -
mme was
progl'
there is on most of the groves: a good South Jacksonville Florida.
lent. ,
of fruit.Remember. Mrs. Tucker and her charming daughter
1. Waltz Rocking and Blue Dell, five crop Miss Stella, returned from Now York Beach. MANUFACTURER OF i
guitars! by the Misses Annie E,. Goode, last Monday, after having spent the summer .
Uamle Powell, E. Bernelle, and Messrs. the ADVOCATE does all in visiting relative Their many
A. J. Goode and Sam Martin. kinds of Job Piloting friends welcomed them back. F. C. Austin, Esq., attorney from FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and 'i

2. Song, Janet's Choice, by Miss Orange City, came over to look l after his = ,

Carrie.lohnson.3. Piano, Gipsy Rondo, Miss Maude Jensen.Mrs. Courtenay.Rain property on the beach during tho storm Vegetables, and Dealers In Every Kind of Raw Material, ':

Powell. Mrs. Gordon of Orlando, still continues

Deep 4. Song, Rocked in the Cradle of the Robinson, of Eden, spent last on the beacli-living all alone In the Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Kanlt, Etc. Also a':
:\11115011\ Johnson. is needed In this locality. Austin cottage.
b. Piano, Waltz Miss Mattie Brown. Wednesday In town, visiting friends.Mr. The ramous Karel-Timor: X3rctxi.cL .

0. Guitar, Mexican March, Miss Anne R. D. lloko spent a part of last Supt. Jno. II. Sams returned from A party was camping out on the beach Ammonia. . ... .. ,4to 8 lercent J j
E. Goode. week in Titusville, attending to County Titusville, Sunday.Lawrence before the recent storm but they suddenly Available Phos. Acid.., ,(U to 8 per cent [ Ion $:: ,.OO Per Ton. '
7. Song, EsmeraUIa, Miss Carrie Commissioners' duties. Allen will soon have his disappeared., Canvas tents are Potash K 0..0 to 7 per cent }

uhnsnn.8. Mr. Austin has for his guests: his fine sloop Undine ready for the race. not much of a protection at such Union. Highest Commercial Value given our brands. In the last Bulletin. Write for

owell.Guitar\ Sebastopol, Miss Maude mother and uncle, from Dakota. They Samle Sanders was a pleasant caller at Tracks of wild game are quite plentiful Prices. Orders for 2 ton and upwards for our brand will bo delivered free ef all

Song, The Song That Reached My expect to spend the winter in Florida.Dr. Roselawn Sunday Como again, Sam. In the hammock back: of the hotel, freight charge to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue price, until
119. further notice.DUREN.
[] Miss Ola Johnson. }t. D. L. Dodson, a Titusville Miss C. R. Sams left Thursday last for and some good sport I III anticipated.The .
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10. Five be In after the she will take of --- -- --- -- -- -- ---
Fandango to Jensen where
guitars, Spanish dentist, expects Banyan, charge latest Improvement in the Coron- '
the Misses Annie E. Goode Maude 22nd of this month to do any work in the public school. ado park is the making of a tennis court. & FEASTER. ,

Powell Martin' ,and Emelie Bernelle and Messrs. S. the neighborhood that may be wanted. C. E. Bliss, of Boston, Mass., arrived This will be thoroughly cleared of all .....

A. J. Goode. Our school opened on Monday with a here last Thursday, and will spend the roots and planted with grass-so Mr. GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES Florida and

Mendels-ohn Maude Powell. very good attendance. Miss Moore the winter with S. Symrnes.: Sharp reports. ,

12. Five Guitars. Harp, Quick-step. teacher in and charge, comes the highly pupil recommended will- Samuel Sanders, of Indtanola, was Miss. Flo Sharp was driven over to De Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery Gloss and Tinware.
11.: Ben Bolt, Mrs. Clara D Maclean. be greatly, advanced we expect In their various visiting in our burg last !Sunday Land by her brother Alfred on Thursday: Your' patronage tlollclted.
,; last She will visit at her brother's-
FLORIDA.
studies. 3. B. Symmes our enterprising merchant TITUSVILLE
J'rof. Sharp-home for a while, while Alf
transacted business in Cocoa last
Send 1 the ADVOCATE an order for any Some of our young men, we understand will return In a few, days. Before going -- -- -
i oli printing you need.] are making frequent: visits to Monday. Alf. and Herb caught one afternoon

Eden. While the fair sex here are few Miss Maggie Whitlock returned home two of those large: Jew fish,, weighing 60 GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !
In number, yet they should use their Tuesday last, after spending a few day and 75; pounds respectively-not a bad
Stuart. best efforts to make It attractive enoughto with relatives in Banyan catch for two boys of 15; and 17 years of

keep what few gentlemen we have at J. J. LaRoche made a business trip to age
home. We cannot afford to let the Eden
J. L. May, station agent of the F. E. maidens carry them off. Lotus on Monday, returning Tuesday.D. -- LITTLE :BROS.

C. Ry, is off on a four weeks' vacation The Indian[ River and Lake Worth J. LaRoche has just put out several ....

to Louisville, Ky. W. E. Stephens has Pineapple Growers' Association held a hundred tomato plants. ..J. II. MENSING..

Cimarge. of the office until Mr. May returns very interesting meeting last Wednesdayat Capts. Leon Harper and Lawrence FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. .

the Al Fresco hotel. Mr. Porcher, Allen say they have the finest sailing Wholesale and lletall-
Joe Davis has just returned horn Or- the general agent gave a very satisfac- yachts In Courtenay.
mend' where he has been visiting rela- tory detailed report of the shipping sea- school teacher ha not made Ot aTaoltsonvillo: rla.,
tivee Our yet COMMISSION MERCHANT
the Stuart and friends, and is now residing at son from May until September.It his appearance, and some of the scholarsare Aro Offering Thoir -- ;

hotel. seems that one of our young ladies getting out of heart waiting; for him. I
Prof D. F. Kidner was visiting the Is having a very serious time keepingone Perhaps be has gone on A fill buster),ig; -) Dealer In (- "A11 rO"\L.c.d.: Brari.d"at :
West Bide admirers just expedition. Later learn the school ,
last Saturday. Mr. Kidner of her gentlemen we "
tells us his school is progressing nicely. where she wants him. The trial Is very will not open until Nov. :2nd. Poultry, EI.tICIi. Butter, Fruit, Veget.; tHo Exceedingly Low :Price off
hard on her, and we hope that the other nbles etc. Consignment/ solicited.'
Geo. Keller has returned from Bed- will bo kind enough to stay --- Prompt and honest return guaranteed.; "
In town
'pend fond' Ind.the where 'be lias been off to at girls home, and not annoy and excite her LaGrange.DVOC.ATB Market quotations and stencil furnished -..... ###. $25 Per Ton.Ammonia. "
summer. lie is now putting by intruding when she on application.
nervous system
lip at the r--
Stuart hotel. Is trying to entertain him. Editor Hiring seen no 210 WJCST: ADA** ST., ( ., . .5 to 6 per. cent t
Mrs Chan. Hosford left for Ormond Guaranteed<< AnalvHU { Available Phosphoric Acltl..4 to IS' "

i friends s'timlay last, to visit relative and for Items some lu your time popular pant, from East this Coast section pl\JlI'r I Phone 385.; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. < Actual Potash . . . ,3 so.a'. a

rlends at that place. She leaves many I Sebastian. have decided to send you a few, so that Reference: State Bank of Florida. Manufactured from the Purest Ammoniate., Super-phosphates, and Pota lie

tar wishing her much Joy and a safe Nothing better for Pineapple, Vegetables, and prevent condition of the Orange

Bro. Dr. Jonnie. the Seminole Indian, says. Tree A fine stock of all kinds of Fertilizer Material band.
Kltching ba. taken down the feel constantly on
:eather signal. He doe not think the the cool wind make him heap good. CANDY CANDY CANDY Write for Pamphlet and Price

corm will reach our little town. Mr. W. C. Braddock will have thirty
planted in vegetables this winter. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.,
Services at the Me thodl.t church every acres Jacksonville Fla.
:r sOQrth, Sunday mt 11 *. m. and 7 m. "All aboard for Cinelnnatn Farms" -EO: ':The Jacksonville Oandy Factory ti'"
Sebastian. --- -
school every Sunday at 3 Pp m. will soon be the cry heard.in

C.t llowford. J- Barnett and O. Keller Again the storm have passed n. by I* prepared to Supply all Kind of -- THE "ADVOCATE" does first-class, uptodateJOB

'a flex.,.. a large sh bear the draw and we ought to be thankful that we anon ENGLISH FRENCH AND AMERICAN CANDIES.

bal II cud bridle the In the Se. Lucie river. ItI'b.n the safe side. I, a.r Specialty Stick Trade. Wholesale Only. Price will astonish the trade. PRINTING and we are prepared to meet all Competition
cal..
ae 42OIbe. This I.
! DO bridegroom cometh" WM .
_' 'Behold, the Write for price to J. A. TAYLOR, Proprietor, ,.
the R.'. W. A. Lewder text on Sunday In prices. Gin DS a trial order. .
T. Drift. a. Blair, J. Davis. and D. last; and It was a very good text Indeed, Lee Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

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I, ,. SOCIKTIKS. KTO. 1 NOVELTIES.

, ; I ;K, .' t'l': FLOODS ON MARS. "Saved
1'. GII My Life"A KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. The beaded edge pattern la in evidence

I I II 7 r"' ,,:. II iI', The Periodical Inundation and Their JEf Seminole Lodge No. 30. hold Its moottnic. at on silverware created tor the autumn
,I : I feet Upon the ..I..D.&." VETERAN'S STORY. the Court house the first four Thursday evenIngs trade.
of each at 8 o'clock
:, month p. m.
The periodical inundation caused in L. T. COODY 8. D. GEIGER Furless sealskin la a novelty introduced
! d 1 each Martian summer by the melting of "Several years ago while In Fort C. C. ]M. of F. S K. of R. & S. In the making of oardca ell, jewel
\ dJ di' the .snow la distributed far and wide by Snelling ilinn., I caught a severe boxes! aud other leather goods. 1'

: + 1"i; j,. the network of canals, which constitutes cold, attended with a terrible cough, INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. Numbered with new models in silver-
z l the principal mechanism it is Dot that allowed me rest 'gv '2 rye
no
day or
i Drill at the Armory, over county jail, every ware is an after dinner coffee Bet the .
;, 1. 71 the only one-by which water and with night. The doctors after exhaust- fueiMluy evening. la the month, at 8 o'clock. pieces of which are octagonal in shape

( ; t it organio life, can be diffused over the Ing their remedies, pronounced my A.T.FEA.TxaCaptain. and of colonial design.A /
J; planet's surface. At this time soma of
case hopeless
I the canals appear to be bordered by a say. INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD .TEMPLARS. holder for handkerchiefs has ap
ing they could do no It is in form of a clasp with a
a r darkish' fringe, due, without doubt, to Tltiisvllla Lodge No. 11 meets every Tuesday peared. C
some kind of vegetation. The canals ot: more for me. At evening 7:30: In PreHbyterlan church.. Public safety pin attachment for 'fastening to t c hqk
the surrounding region become at the this time a bottle of meetings' flrst. Tuesday In each month. the belt. Made of gold or silver, this G
C. A. GARDNER G. W. BCOBIK, cF
; y
is variously decorated.
l lame time darker and broader and CC'Verr 5 AVER'SCherry Seo't. C.T. clasp '
r ; '' ffWvl wide areas. Things remain in this condition Included among novelties for the table : .7

+ + until the moment when the polar Pectoral was are egg scissors of silver. Them ti. + 1
snows are at their minimum. Melting CHUIICIIES. clip off the top of the matutinal soft
i ( sent to me by a :
baa ooa ecL The width of the canals boiled egg with neatness and dispatch,

h diminishes, the dark regions brighten friend who urgedme EPISCOPAL CHURCH. leaving the rest of the edible easy of access -

'1" All np, and the continents resume their yellow to take it, whichI with the small egg spoon.-.Jew
Services the 2nd and 4th In each
Sun-lay
I'' + color. This grand phenomenon did, and soon after I was greatly month at 11 a, m.and 7:00: p. m. Sunday school elers' Circular. -- ---
y'' r A + takes place over the whole region be. relieved, and in a short time was every. Sunday at B XO a. m. Evening. prayer at rSAFETY
completely cured. I have had I p. m. on Wednesdays. Litany service every SAGE SAYINGS.
tween the never
/ ) pole and the sixtieth degree Friday at 10 a. m.
l of latitude and recurs each season. Over much of a cough since that time, BlCv. B. F. BROWM, Rector. I
Angling is somewhat like poetrymen -
:''i the whole surface of the planet the system and I firmly believe Ayer's Cherry
i of canals ia variable. When they Pectoral saved my life."-W. H. METHODIST CHURCH. are to be born so.-Icaak Walton. COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !
of the state
The foundations are
I are indistinct and their contours become WARD, 8 Quimby A v.,Lowell,Mass.AVER'S Regular service every first third and fourth sure
t uncertain and ill defined, it seems likely Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7OO: p. m. Sunday. laid in knowledge, not in ignorance.O. .- Finest Culslna and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
that the water in them is low School each Sunday at '10:00: a. m. Kpworth W. Curtis The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers .
ri or
very League Sunday at i 1>do p. m. Prayer meet
j ''r ); may have entirely disappeared. Inn every Thursday night at 7:00: p. in. TheLadles' .The very substance of the ambitious "Comanche" (new) "Algonquin "IroquolsNorthBound. "Cherokee "SemiDole,1! e
.
is Aid Society meet every Wednesdayat is the shadow of dream.- ,
i } Nothing left of the canal, or, rather, 3:00: p. m. Everybody welcome at our church. merely a
we see only a yellowish streak, differing Cherry PectoralHighest services. Shakespeare.Men .
N't I very slightly from the surrounding F. M. C. EARS, Pastor. who have bad a great deal of Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tile
" t Awards at World's lair From JACKSO YtLLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), 8un oil. In the months which precede and experience learn not to lose their tem From CHARLESTON, S. C., Mondays, Wednesdays, and FniUii,
In those which follow the great north. AYCIt'S PILLS can ImHgntloi' aid Hudicln PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.' per.-Cherbnliez. For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily jm''.rj.:

'z F4 1 ern inundation, about the time of the Service every Sabbath. at 11 a. m.and7.30p.m. South-Bound.

equinoxes, the canals become double. Sunday school at 9:49: a. m., Ch..... Gardner, Steamer, are appointed to sail from liar 29, East River New York at 3 as follow:
G l It In consequence of a rapid change, which Btipt Prayer meeting on Wednesday eveningat For CHARLESTON S. C. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Krltan.( .
I 7:80.:: The public are cordially Invited to attend Education of .
FLAcalling Charleston Monday,
Wednesday and
ia effected in a few days, perhaps even THE TABLES WERE TURNED. our services. For JACKSONVILLE!:, ( ) rrblmp,

'. i b in a few hours, this or that canal is H. M. QOODELL, Pastor. BODY

, d. I + ;.., transformed in all its length into two Benr a FnMtioaJ .Joker. Rude TrickProud Clyde's St. Johns River Line.

' 4 parallel line, which run with the geometrical Bla Ow D8&__ BAPTIST CHURCH. MIND,

2 : precision of the tracks of a rail- Royalty dearly loves its fun aud nowhere Preaching every'second and fourth Sunday, MORALS. (DE BARYSteamer LINE)

way; and follow exactly: ; the direction of are practical Jokes more in vogue morning and evening. Prayer Meetings every "Everglade "
the original canaL These new canals than in the palaces of old world monarch Wednesday evening at 7:00: o'clock. Sunday. ,
School Sunday at 9:49: a. m. Also. preaching W. A. SHAW.
every CAPT.
+' ill ; ) have, like the original ones, widths off *. No one, it is said, ia fonder of !!: first. Sunday at l Sunday, FREE TUITION.....
j from 60 to 100 kilometers, and even practical joking than the Prince of Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend.B. Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street at 5 a. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays for Palatlu,
' 't< "' .s A. GEIGER, Pastor, The Sanford Kntedrrlse and intermediate landings on the St.John's River.Leave .
i Wale. His private secretary Sir Francis
' and ,
interval
I more, are separated by an
[Ml! Sanford B a. m., and Enterprise 5 SO a. m., Mondays and Thursdays for Jacksonville.UOHTH .
i / ; i varying from 00 to GOO or 600 kilome- Knollys, has, in times gone by, been Florida

'l tern We have here something besides called upon to endure with good humor CATHOLIC CHURCH. Agricultural SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE.!: BOL'XD.

water-for instance, arapid vegetation, and serenity many a trying experience. Service at 10 a. ro. every Sunday In new Read down. Read up.
the moisture. One day not long ago Sir Fwiucia got Church building, North Tltusvllle. Children's College Leave 8.30--p.m:, ........................, Jacksonville.. ............ ........ .... Anne 830Ln
l 1 4 ; produced by .. ............... ........ .... Leave
4 catechism at 8 p. m. 8.45 p. m. ............................Palatka. D.lIOp.1D
+' From the height; of a balloon the the laugh on the would be joker andgave Rev J.F. O' OYLB,Hector.Proper Is r.matre.National Gov 8.00 a. m. ........... ........... Astor................. ........... .. 3.00 p.n
' I'' ; prairies, which the lopes) on him a taste of his own medicine. e '::..fro'1'iiltt'ttro:free u from I.. 4.30 a. m. .........................St. Francis.......................... J.30a.1D
I r ,, occupy; Among the prince' friends famous Florida. Open! to male and females. Women 1.30 a. m. ......................... Beresrord........ ................... 12.00 sot..|
t each tide of a river, mark out the course wag a board with families In town. Men board at 11.30
.Blue a. aDoom
s of the river which itself like a sportsman, Captain "Bay" Mid- College Men. Hall for tlo.oo per month. A most Arrive U 600 8.30 a.a. m.m.:.::::::::::::::: ::::::::. ..SanfEnterprise Springs....:::::::::::::::::::::::::. :: :
appear dleton whose favorite trick need to be healthy location. College Burgeon attend) all .. 9.2ft a. m. .............. ........ .... ... .... .............. .... 9.Ioa.a
lender thread, hardly differing in color Pride. students free of charge. Military discipline. under ..... ...... .... ...... ......So. Fla.Railroad Wharf (Sanford)...... ......................13 M p...
1 from the green ribbon beside it. The to approach from behind some unsuspecting a graduate of West Point. Four courses of

of color of the double canals upon Man man and seize his ooattaila, Scientific instruction and Agricultural Women'.. ,Superior Mechanical equipmentIn Latin Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.

varies from black to red and is easily which he would wrench apart in such a Laboratories. Give degree of ll. d. andA.

14 I' distinguished from the ;yellow tint of manner as to split the garment up the In. B.penmanship lIuBlnen course book-keeping, giving; !:,free business.Instruction, law, J.A.LEBLlE,Supt. Jno. L.HOWARD Fla. Fr't Agt. F.IRONMONGER JR.,Fla Pars.Agt

1 P !' the continents. The space between them back. short hand, type-writing and telegraphy.Fall JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
t'I Is sometimes whitish. At Sandrlngham Sir Francis took term open Moaday October 6th, To EO. O.Eooiw,T. M., A.J COLIC, General Passenger Agent, ]M. H. CLVDB.A.T.M.
+4 generally yellow, 1HMI. For catalogues giving full Information, NEW YORK.
I 5! BOWLING GREEN
pains to offer himself the victim and
The gemination occurs also in the lakes an address
," f which divide into two.-North American butt for the gallant "Bay." When the ; O. j 5 Bowline Green New York 1,. So. Delaware. Av.,PhiladelphiaMALLORY
e Review. f men retired to the smoking room after < Lake City, Florida.

i the princess and ladies were gone, betook .
--- up his place in front of the fire. Y t h -
t '
f 1 Yon Pay Your! Money.: bent. his bead and appeared entirely lost CAJ&L STEAMSHIP LINE.

m' t' They have a telephone system in thought
queer
'
/ RUBBER WHY NOT HAVE YOU
TAMPS T
j Y' bore in Chicago. You go into a booth, His attitude was too inviting not to 4imTDI WORKOONE BY QUICK Florida New York

I' find out the number of the person that I appeal to the jocular instincts of Captain *LI!*I |La L* CHEAP AND A RELIABLE i _"

you want to talk to and then ring for Middleton, who, after asking the BRASS f IBM. STEEL DIES.: WAXtMLal Philadelphia and Boston.
central and tell her about it. You wait >riuoe's permission to leave the card tabie mi C
CHECKS-
SEALS. BRASS Sailing from Brunswick Ga., direct to New York.
about ten minutes at the end of which for a moment, crept up softly to Sir j. S/yi/ TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIES )
+ + it} time a voice says "Dropin ,your dime." Francis, suddenly seized hold of the PLAN PASSENGER SERVICE.<<:

You ask "What and the voice repeats, ails of his dress coat, aud with.a jerk S -- STEEL sa,,, BIGGEST Steamer train leave Jacksonville (Union Depot), "An
i RAIL," F. C. sit P. R. R. on Thursday only,4:0fl: p. in. Arrlv
in woais.
"Drop your dime. Then you lock tore it apart from waist to collar. ou7ESp IN THE SOUTH l'assengersgoing. on bard.
at once
Brunswick 7:30: m.
"Well Nigel if I let In the p.
stay
around and in front you
of you you see a Unlike moat of "Bay's" victims, Sir steamer.
1 d.i lot of little slota. They are marked francis took the matter in exceeding: drawing room, yon must be very quiet, Through car without transfer Jacksonville to Bruniwlck.
and not want to talk to when visitors
nickels, dimes quarters, half dollars good; npirits. Indeed, ha laughed and me PROPOSED SAILINGS

iIit p and dollars. You call back, "What is it appeared. greatly to enjoy the fun. are here. Do yon understand? Wanted-An Idea Who can think I Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R.,3:30.d.: m, (Standard Time.) Lv. Branmlrk
"yet: I understand but of son* *lmpM
p i you want me to do?." and the voice answered Somewhat astonished, the prince and the mummy, thing to patent Friday, Oct. 9...............................COLORADO...?... .....................FrttoJr'j2r.t! >l!
immediately, "Are yon deaf ox men present inquired how it was that when I cornea' Into the drawing room, I JOHN WEDIIERBIIRN' brlnaroti wealth.Write Friday, Oot. 18. .............................RIO ttKANUK.......................... *"!'11I1. 0..1. I,
are a visitor!"-Punch. .. CO.Si.BOO Patent Attorney Friday, Oct. 23.............................COLORADO... ......................Friday. "ct.)'
p what? I told you to drop in your dime. Sir Francis had treated the matter with Oil Washington of. two hundred, D. o.,Invention for their wanted.prlae osierand Friday Oct. 30.... ... .....................RIO GRANDE.... ... ...................Friday, Tor'
a "Drop it in where you ask and the loch indifference. Friday Nov. 6.... .........................COLORADO...........................Friday, Nor.!-

answer comes. "In the hole. Where do "That ia very easy to explain: sir," For general information, steamer,train, rate etc. apply to any railroad agent or to .
yon suppose I want you to drop it?" was the reply. "The coat is not mine A.P. MURPHY Agent H. H., RAYMOND Fernandlna,,General Fla. CHA8.Southern DAVlEii.,Agent Brunswick, :220 W.Ga.Bay St.Jack oudU/

t You drop it in one of the holes, usually I had heard of Middleton's fondues for C.H. MALLORY,General Agent, Pier :20! E. River, and 3UI!> Broadway,N.Y.
t whichever one is the handiest, and in this particular form of amusement and, +

( r an instant you are rewarded with accordingly when I came down stairs Things to Make the Thoughtless Think. ,
I j, i "There yon have put it in the wrong just now to the smoking room I took

hole, and your money is gone. The the precaution of going into hi. room ................... ........THAT............THE..........RIDER..... .........OF......A............................. A Boon to Florida !
voice adds, "Put in another dime and and putting on one of his dress coats, :

drop it in the hole marked dunes.." If which was lying on his bed. KEATING :BICYLE ,

you are not already disgusted, you may There wa a hurricane irrepressible 2

"+ follow the instructions of the voice, in laughter a* he uttered these words, and ............................................. .... .............. .. ........................
,
I'' which case you are rewarded with the merriment was intensified by the Enjoys his trips more than other riders Water Works for Your Homes

"There see how easy it is? Now, wait disconcerted appearance of Captain BECAUSE ,

r a minute. You wait several minutes, ilddleton, who was bitterly annoyed to Ills wheel' lighter. The long chain gives easy move

t f and at last the connection ia completed. have thus destroyed one of his best ment. The polish of the bearings aids that glide-that Etc. under your own Control. :

Chicago Special. evening ooata.-New York JournaL easy glide-that pleases. ,

Art Catalogue "..t.. In Stamp. I

R I* All Dp.nd*. A LI. Nailed. KEATING WHEEL CO., Holyoke, Mass.

j He had been buried in thought for "Sharpson, I don't believe yon have YOU FURNISH THE WATER; 'WE DO
time.
some been inside a church for six months."
"Do he asked at last I I.
you suppose, "Phlata, that's unjust Only three THE REST
"the will sit the ,
new woman ever on
bench Sundays ago I spent an hour and a half
supreme ? In the vestibule of one of the finest Used with open and driven wells
I "It all depends, she replied prompt. churches the south side when I
on was and lakes. A few minutes workat
J. i ly. "She'll never do it so long as the springs
out riding on my wheel and got caught
1 judges persist in wearing gowns. in a shower, blame yowl I"-Chicago an air pump delivers the water all
Chicago Post
Tribune. over your house with pressure. No cost

SEE THAT CURVE. to operate. No windmill or overhead
--- ---- --- -- --
I f' .
tank. Simple and durable. -J ,
-'
STAND Write or apply for particulars to the BUCH ER'S OJ; jJd

f Q W NI Pneumatic Water Work .
ADVOCATE, or torearing System. 1

I FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow & Co., tot either or Domestic Public PorpoMDearinir *. I: ,

Parslow & Co., !

IOAi (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) I TAMPA, FLA. A. H.PASsLOWMea TAr. .a.,. CIA.. Ea''

w TLT' ,,. Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise.A J

\* cHS.s.: e z: viz: :! az CO .

l I'LL. CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We DEALERS IN -

purchased In January last the immense stock of Piano, Organs, sheet
music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out Fine 'VPin.es an.c:1: : :JI.caU.Or: ; : ,
ll v the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full

line of the celebrated Conover, New Edgland Schubert and Kingsbury Pianos "11. *I41 a W. Bay 8t.,
We have the following pianos, which are worth from 1100 to $200:! more than we
ask for them : JACKSONVILLE. ". FLA. I
I II Conover style K. wal................ .. ...$3110 I IK. / Rain.. Broe., style Smah...................92ooSchubert.
+ A- I You will and one coupon ebv ..... ... .......... am: .. IS.... .................... 978 Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from '1.13
Inside each two ounce Dee J eD .................. "I" 2UO, Malcolm Love, wal.................... 2Ao to gallon. I
j .. J, wal.............. ...... aim' Steinway eb..................... 9Ao Brandlel from 81.15 to 93.75 per gallon. C
and two coupon*Inside each "M..b........ .............. ... Mel Everett el>.... ................. I'M: OT W. make a Specialty. of North Caro.in .
I tour ounce ba;o!Black well's K.wal........ ....... ........ SM KlnrKbury style R .b.6 *Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, three
NOTHING >> A eb..... ............ 9>o t
Durham Buy of this IcCammon, style' n, seal ........... .. .. son < year old, '::1.60 per gallon.
a bag .. .. 42.. mats..l Knabe Grand ....................... 3ftoStuyveeant
celebrated tobacco and read .. .. ITS *-1 gal., ZScta,9 gal.,Bets, 3 gal., PURE. t
"' wal......... ... ..... 975 Bct
... . ... 2*) wal. .. ... 9noNewsby
b BUT TH E the coupon-which gives a lalne Bro*., 7 seb.eb..............'....... :w A Evans eb ................... 124Jae. : Kep-6 pL> '11 10 gal.,'1.211; "bbl.. d
? 1UI of valuable presents and .. .. a 3, .b...................... 175 M.Bear, .b.............._...._ lloMorri ,IIJMI.!
GENUINE: how to get them. .. .. ** 3_ nukH...........*........ 190 *. looT Parties living!!: In Dry Towns will do I
rented but have had them re-polished and well to order from fie ae we can save / ,
1i Some of these pianos have been we them W per cent on all\orders.
put in thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re JfT Always send money with orders. I
M funded. We furnish a'stool, scarf, instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville We will not open new account nnlera 1
1 sDU ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us suitable Jacksonville reference .Is at.......
lcxwEt FREYER fc BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No Good sent C.O.D.to Dry To_. t

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CHILDREN'S DRESS. A LAKE'S AILMENT. ODDS AND'ENDS Professional Cards. I :$.1..auLS..

*...*. Ab.o. VolTox OlotNttov mm* thKfhat _.__ _____ _h__ ______ ________ ______ _____ ______ __
ENGLISH MODELS- ELABO- on th. ... There' is no directory in the city of .. e I
MALE BM .bla. Ganges BOBBINS. WALTER 8.OKABAM oP
RATE NEW YORK STYLES. "The lake is purging to beat the St. Petersburg.The ROBBINS A GRAHAM, The Hotel: Flaeide ::: at 189i

band" remarked Tom Garrison, the onee.ed term "hand" used in measuring ,

os.r. Frock and 8ocIJU. With Colored guide at Greenwood lake on horses means four inches. ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW!: JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

Cblldr..-OMtfnl Knook Wednesday to On the 6th of July the earth is farther In the of the Main Street the line between east and
8b- For Tiny a couple of his patrons OFPICK: H0\1u8-From: 10 to 12 a. m., center city, on dividing west
rroc-/: Gowns For Older01r1.Common from this city who arrived on the tint away from the sun than at any other and 2to4p.m. one block from Uay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout.
boot time. Cuisine and Service. Itns moots all trains. Terms 'l.1\0 and
Superior : day
TrrusviLLK per
I BOOM P.tUaoat. evening train after having telegraphedto Brevurd Co., Florida.P. .
| him In the first book describing an airshipthe .O. Box, 1011. upwards. (81)0Iall'lIte8 by tho weak. N. L. YARD, Proprietor.
to meet them and be
This season mothers have adopted preparedfor author proposes to raise a oar by Will practice In all the courts-state and red
moonlight baas eral. _____ ____ _ _
fishing. h -- --- --- -
prevailing abroad for of "four balloons.
fashions means
the copper
PL.little children of short full frocks, When Tarn said that the lake was Bombangh says that only one-half or Special land title facilities*. for examining and perfecting '

C li socks in place of long stockings." purging he meant to prepare them for all the human beings born into the -- Grand 1iritEe ;;: I'

cog with the BOOks come shoes of dif. any disappointment they might meet, world live to reach the ago of 17 :years CARY-ELWES,

event colors, whioh must be selected for it is a widely circulated theory that History tells us that Galilei's first G.

lo match the socks or the frock, or both bans do not bite well when too lake i is telescope was an old piece of lead water SI NOTARY PUBLIC, s

mall children are now provided with purging. Tom Garrison knows that pipe with spectacle lenses glued in each STATE AT LARGE. .1
of) simple frocks made af
n ample store there is no truth in it, because he hllll TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
.done end.The French medical called Typewriting, taxes paid for nonresidents .
frequentl, his best when the water journal,
rents" and accounts collected
was at its worst, but ho thought it well! La Practician, says that an average of: etc., etc., Correspondence solicited. l

to moderate the hopes of his two patron 4,847,600,000 persona die in the world ) RE-OPENED UNDER NEW
Titusville
r during each oe'"*,ry. t FloJ'hla. MANAGEMENTt
and put them in a position where they
A flywheel in Germany is made of:
would blame the condition of the '
water steel wire. The wheel is 25 foot in Af ILLEU & KEXXARD, Tho office will bo in charge of the Lessee, .
rather than their guide if they failed to
diameter and 250 miles of TV ire were lV '
catch any fish. used in its construction.' I ARCHITECTS. As an "All-the-year-round" House. ( -.. I
"It is in fearful state said the
a ,
Those who think the Barnum white East Coast business will have
prompt A First-class Connected with the Hotel !
doctor as he looked at the water from of Laundry ,
I elephant" story a few years ago a fake attention.
I the boat landing at Sterling Forest. "I may find a record in the New York custom I I.T.
TAMPA, - FI.OIHDA. for the convenience of ,
A all
meet trains
never saw it worse but once, and that house, whore tho lIon. P. T. swore carriage, guests,

was in 1893." that the animal was worth $200,000. J

"What is it?" asked the doctor's com In England the first day of the new MINOR S. JONES, GnA8.I.. ,

panion. year is celebrated by a particular drink.It of Hotel du Nil, Sarno.
"It's just purge." said Tom. "Three is spiced ale, facetiously known as A TTORNEY--\.T-LA W,
_._
"lamb's wool how it : ---- ------------ -- -- ---.--- ---- --------------- -- .-
or four times every year the lake gets though acquire TITUSVILLE, BREVAUD CO., FLA -- J JJ.
sick and throws off that stuff It's just such a designation not even the philologists I

like a man having the hives or the are able to guess. County Judge of Brovaril' Connty.DJ A. IIAPPERSETTE. .

TUB ACME OP SIMPLICITY. prickly heat. A good sharp rain would In the private ohapel at Windsor caa

er the much prized English overall or clear it up in no time. I've seen it all tie, which is octagonal in shape, with a INDIAN: : : :: ::: RIVER: ::SO't"EL", !1

[pinafores. For summer wear these simple go away in a night. lantern roof, tho queen's pew is ,in the L. GAULDEX, ,

affairs are made in holland, twill: Tom really believed what he said, but gallery, in the division next to the organ J
land it only proved his lack of observationand loft. The household sit below, the women ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
other good washing material; also ,' In all the Cmirta <>f the State TITUSVILLE !
his faith in the theories advance side and the the other. Florida
on
|of washing silks. on one men of ,and the United State.. Courts..
useful and knockabout frock suited by the natives with whom he was P.O. flux,2M. T1TU8VILLK FLA. Indian River. ,

I to a child between 8 and 6 years of age brought up. With the doctor it was different GEMS OF THOUGHT.No Money to Loan. 18
lit He was quite young when his ,, .a Fla.
made like a simple smock, with the .
attention first called to the peace was ever won from fate by ..
was purgingat w, -
back and front in
set multitude t1
[ port, a -
top
of very small tucks, from which the lake. It was something entirelynew ; sn bterf ago.-Raskin. R. FREEMAN HALL, a J. A. HAPPEKSETTE.MANAOEII. ,
I material to him. The water was almost all There is no malice like the malice of ,
the rest of the falls In unrestrained .,
I folds. The hem is prettily finished thick as gruel, with minute, greenish the renegade.-Macaulay. ATTORNEY-A T-LA W
globules suspended in it, and the surfacewas Rashness is the faithful but unhappy I
with two tucks, below which fall I .
& INSURANCE AGEXTTltusvillo Open All Tho Year.
I two narrow frills of the linen. The covered with a yellowish green parent of misfortune.-Fuller. I 1'I

[sleeves are made in one large puff, with scum composed of the some little parti- Life cannot subsist in society but by Florida. !

la deep cuff of tacks and a gathered frill oles.Those reciprocal ooilcoasione.-Johnson. JI J
of the material at the wrist. The neck on the surface were apparentlydead Representing all the best and strongest Only a few minutes' I
[ Pleasure soon exhausts us and itself: ". walk from
Railway stations
but those which hung poised in Insurance Companies Is prepared" yt
[i.also finished with a tiny plaiting of also but endeavor does.-Rlcbter. and
never
[the same. The design is made to fasten the water were lively, and moved to and to write lines to any amount, anywhere Steamboat land- J
down the back with small fro in a manner which led him to the Political men, like goats, usually)) on the East Coast "
'
but-
Jail
pearl tl
(tons and buttonholes.A instant conclusion that they were aui thrive best among inequalities.-Lan- On tlio banks of the ,
mal. He lot of them in far-funied Indian Itlver.
frock adapted to a little girl between captured a a dor.Not BISCAYNK BAY, DADK: COUNTY I
7 and 10 years of age, and the mineral water bottle and ,took them to be provoked is best; but, if: W. EWAN VNnIs3R NTi7W .
,
home for microscopic examination. He'' moved never correct till the fume is
: ,
I J
acme of simplicity, is cut with a slightlygathered U. S. COMMISSIOXER .
[ back and front, the fullness) did not for a moment think that he had spent For every stroke our fury strikes -- i
made but is hit ourselves at last William Notary' Public Stato at Largo. ii i
I sufficient to any new discovery, was sure sure to -
just being redeem it from
scantiness, falling from a plain yoke that the matter had been thoroughlystudied 1 Penn. Lands Selected; Conveyances made. STANTON HOUSE.

and joined with a narrow piping. The and described. Seeking authorities Correspondence solicited. Address:
he lot of literature The Spitting Nulwnoe.The View Hotel Cocoanut "V "1
neck is finished with a turnover collar, quiokly found a Bay Grove, -
and the sleeves of the about the little organisms, and of this attempt to stop spitting in the I Office, Ewan's Landing :;-
Are bishop pattern j D. ,,J. JONES -
Proprietor.
into he remembered enough to set Tom right Boston street cars by means of cards fi
pat a narrow cuff. The waist is
and at the same time instruct his friend. asking passengers to desist from the ,
encircled with sash 9 inches .
W. ALLEN
wide and
a> ,
"Each one of those little spheres," he practice has failed, and now the boardof GEORGE Rates $2.00 "
2" yards long. The skirt is redeemedfrom health has taken up the matter. It per day, Special Terms to.
too much plainness by throe tucks said, "is an individual plant, with the _

placed at intervals of about 8 inches.In peculiar faculty of propulsion. The has passed an order forbidding spitting ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, $ II Families.
in the cars under penalty of arrest and 2
name of the plant is Volvox globator,
decided contrast with these simple firm Key West Florida.
ball. It is of the -
designs are the dresses worn by New or rolling one commonest
York girls of from 9 to 15, which copy forms of pond life, and has won- Will practice In the United States Two Minutes Walk from Central

largely the styles for adults. The blouses derfnl powers of reproduction. Each DON'T STOP TOBACCO. and State Courts. OjunfM Depot, ,
lot cambrio and skirts of serge, so popular little ball consists of a network holding
together a number of little green specks, OHATTANOOOA TENN.Travelers'
.
their
among mothers, are worn by
:
HOW TO CUKE YOURSELF ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON
the older children. Banded waists are and each has a number of little hairs ALEX .
which it keeps in motion, and their action -- ---- -- -- -
pot only fashionable, but there is a WHILE USING IT. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Y
childish empire style that is becoming' upon the water rolls the ball over
to some. and propels it along in an irregular The tobacco habit grows on a man JACKSONVILLE AND TAVARKS! FLA. Hotel. '
:
The petticoat ought to be an object of manner. Each of these specks, in time, until his nervous system Is seriously affected Will continue to practice. in the courts 1/ ,

attention, especially in the school outfit will burst from the parent globe and Impairing health, comfort and of the Seventh< Judicial Circuit. All ,

Usually the plan is a bodice, with skirt become an independent volvox. When happiness. To quit suddenly is too severe business before the United States and
the last the State Circuit Courts will receive tho Bay Street, Jacksonville
one escapes, parent sphere Fla.
separate with
numerous buttons and a shock to the system, as tobacco to ,
buttonholes. With rises to the surface and dies, to be wafted personal attention of IIr. Alex St. ,
romping youngstersthis an inveterate user becomes a stimulantthat Clalr-Abrams.
ashore by the wind. .
style is often troublesombuttonsare
dropping off and the children are, "This little organism is never foundin his system continually craves. This Hotel is
10 to speak, always"coming to pieces." running water, but its presence in a "Baco-Curo" Is a scientific cure for the. now under new management

These! annoyances are overcome in the pond, lake, or reservoir is not an indication tobacco habit, In all Its forms, carefully I ,

combination garment, which provideswaist that the water is stagnant I compounded after the formula of an HODGES & GODFREY and has been thoroughly renovated

and skirt in one. A durable, neat have come to the conclusion, however, eminent Berlin physician, wh6 has usedIt throughout -

and comfortable garment is in princess that agitation of the water kills the in his private practice since 1872 Manufacturers of
style, the back the i volvox. Ton may look in vain for themIn
having extra fullness without a failure. It is purely vegetableand -
let in at the waist It is made to open the brook a quarter of a mile below guaranteed perfectly harmless. You Yellow Pine Lumber _-
in front, the lake at a time when the lake is thick ,
and this will be found
convenient method for a very with them and when the water is rush ran use all the tobacco you want while Bus moots all Trains, and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms nnd all
any but quite HOUGH A DICEHSKD: ,
little children, who are dressed and undissed ing out in torrents. Tom is wrong about using "Baco-Curo. It will notify you Conveniences on every floor.

regularly by the nurse, garments rain killing them. Rain alone will not when to stop. We give a written guar- Orange Bus HeadyFruit Open .A11 the YeA.r.

fastening at the back are alwa.sa do it, but a heavy windstorm will. antee to cure permanently any case with Vegetable Crates. -

difficult,.. "My experience in relation to the ef- three boxes, or refund the money with 10 Lumber delivered at any. part of Indian Riveron Rates-Amertcan Plan, $2 to $2.5O; European 50c to $J .00.

This pattern is made without any fullness fect upon the fish is that the volvox does per cent Interest. "Ilaco-Curo" if not a through bull;:llnQ bill on of the ladlnir.East Count Anyone,would ciontemplatMK do well to- Special Rates by the Week
in the not make much difference if other conditions write for prices. The Ha win 111 U dtnated on the FINLEY & .
body, which is high in the substitute, but a scientific* cure, that J.,T.& K. W.Kjr.,II mile south of l'alat W.8atsumaliights MORROW Proprietors.
are right, and the most important -
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bass. The volvox growth is never thick with no Inconvenience. It leaves the la.clsODYfJle's Hew
enough to prevent the fish from seeing system as pure and free from nicotine as HOTEL MELBOURNE Fire-Proof Hotel.

't;;:.. the; bait, and I have caught bass when the; day you took your first chew or NATIONAL s ,

the little organisms made a green scum smoke. HomeSeekersREAL -- Hotel

c on-the surface- -, through- which- our boat _- MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. Geneva
left tracks. In these tracks were the Cured by Ilaco-Cunt and Gained ESTATE ,

only places where I could see the waterat EXCHANGE. Open all the year round Good Kluli- Cor.
Thirty I'ounda. Forejth and Cedar HU.,
all. so thick was the scum of dead
lOll, Hunting anti Yachting. Itates, I
"OIVOLNew york Bun. From hundreds of testimonials, the Exchanging Property for Property a .2.60 and upward. II I "....--Jacksonvllle, Fla.Iod..rn .
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originals of which are on file and opento
k/I WarohooM.The Specialty. Send Description of what Proprietress MIM. C. J. HKCTOII.High .
a A Or.M Hallway: inspection, the following Is presented: ) Improvements, Baths, etc., on

great railway warehouse in Liverpool Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark., Jan. 28, '9S. you have, and what you want. Every jfloor. Gas and Electric

of the Midland Railway companyA Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., La MALADAR, Indian River, FLORIDA. Lights, Passenger and elevator. Artistically ;
pronounced one of the most notable GlassCarpetings Elegantly! Fur ;
structures of its kind in the United Crosse, Win.-Gentlemen : For forty C. C. CARROLL, I nished. .', '.'
, I used tobacco In all its forms. Forwentyflve
Massive weighing years
girders .
Kingdom I Real $ Rates
Estate
Agent. Day from $2.00 to
per $3.00.
about 10 tons each and resting on 96 years of that time I was a l

columns, support the building, which is great sufferer from general debility and 1 Weekly IC....OD Application

6 stories high, 833 feet in length, 176 heart disease. For fifteen years I triedto Pineapple, Orange and Lemon Special Kat.. for the Summer.
feet wide and 84 feet high. There wereused
quit, but couldn't. I took various Land For Sale Cheap.
in its construction 0.000,000 bricks, ED L. OWENS Prop.
remedies other. "Xo-To-Bac "
among/ ;
1,800 tons of atone 8,000 tons of cement "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Dou H. E. CLARK38 -

16,000 tons of concrete, 700 tons ble Chloride of Gold," etc., etc., but I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple i ia

of date 8.000 tons of ironwork, 44 none of them did me the leant bit of land on St. Lucie river, a few miles below HATMN6 THE TEAR HOUND 3 3w.

tons of hoop iron, 1,000 tons of timber, ;ood. Finally, however I purchased a Eden 40 of which being northeast West Bay St.,
100 tense. lead, 33 tone of nails, \% box of your "Baco-Caro," and It ban \\t,,
BODICZ..mJ rarncoAT. acres of glass and more than half an entirely cured me of the habit In all its quarter of northeast quarter of section Jacksonville, Florida, $

aeck The skirt of the petticoat Is gored ere of sine. There are 65 shoots connecting formll and I have Increased thirtypomade 18,'township 38, south of rang 41 east; rn
to live it the required width and ought the different stories or floors. in weight and am relieved from he other 40 Is the northeast quarterof Announces the opening of his Spring ,= "'" wwriTttrlALA ,"
be I all the numerous aches and pains of
2J made to aue within two inches southeast quarter of section 3, Stock of select and exclusive pattern of l '
body and mind. I could write
the ... Hwaeod Hf .r. DoaIIa. a quire
drfr..... I township 38, south of 41 east r1Ii,1 YllllLAT !1
O'Connor of Be 01 paper upon my changed feelings and range 11ne W iM Slillkn f UND ,
Trinmingg foe .JMMI underwear Mis Margaret E. onditlon. The above land can be bought for 110per grade Carpetings and Mattings. *
oapl not to LooiswM'reeeoily drowned In Eagle ._nl F.atoM at c.........., .
be elaborate,tIIIt last suffl- Yours respectfully, P. n. MABBUBT, acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, Rag and Shades) In all sixes and colon. )loci.
e0ldaaeaareliLa' unsightly lake E near Racine. Wi* After her death Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark. range lemon or lime growing rate>rate, solid comfort, no osUnUtleu $1 i
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illlcribe4 ........ .. JIIOIIaI bar family In which disoovexed SD bad among made her an effect entry Sold by all druggists at $1.00 per box; Will. j j be 'told In lot.' of 40 acres/tor Send for Sample and Prices, and you good fishing, -good cooking.- 1tJ.'
IaaJ' be.earrbd o.t La almost a diary three boxes (thirty days' treatment), cash. will be pleased.AWJtartGS. !p
land will be'worth ..
told This
fig" 11III(.. two web pmioM to which :ho soon $50 H' 0
.....b_ ban tbsir 'UO with 1 Iron-clad, wrlttoa ( '
........pet ,.... osT m dream whereto abe MV, herself Mat direct upon ......pt.;guarastearor :rt: pctosw pedr afire. -What. do ;you aM n.**,'uith. :V.y .f i'
.ps.f.6N.s.1lor. wr plod drowned la .Jab which she described.Bar WAN for booklet and proofs. tanks Apply" to 'C. D. Walton; Ancira .tavoopa..3t* latgfbeadsbid \
u... the reJittt' ,' hssdsy,;.t .Ume.>...',,tee.:v *rd*.'J eta t "I.w. .:
Mil < fitted exactly eM...... Co. L <
will bs .... .nslL.aL deseriptloa>> Mfg Crow WJ&. Ace;or to Bobbins'* Graham; Tfto.. *utfta be glad to han.a,,.QATC of your .
.. Mats YAawolt e4.ussmaserl .. .... )(aM. ._,. s -.5- vide, : eu. For your Stdr or* R..ld.nce.: wort. '. .' M ,1 p, .

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K "if., "1\(\' ... ... JJHKVAUD COUNTY COM, bur, A. FroBcher, Richard Herndon, inspectors Highest of all in Leavening Powers-Latest U.s:Gov't Report
.f ; Harry Roberts clerk. THE BOBBINS & GRAHAM 1
: ,I II I ItHSSIONKItS. No. a, Tltu8vllle-It. P. Paddison, R.
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: I +J"' \.;lr TITU8VILI.K, Oct. 7th, 1800. Jones, clerk: Baking
11 I No.3, City Point-B. F. Beal, J. D.I Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
! ", The Hoard of County Commissioners I Hatter, 'V.I'. Moon. A. L. Hatch, K oyal
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\ I mot the above date to ad clerk.
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journment. Present ; Win. U. Sharpe, No. 4, Rockledge M. Sanders S. S. Powder ESTATE.We .
t I, ; chairman; J. Mendel, J. Houston and It. Jones, C. W. Harrison. Louis Anlrews,
''t D. lloke; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. 1;. clerk.
' 1 t r; 'i 4 M d Bowman BherllT. The following business No. 5, Eau Gallic-J. E. M. Hodgson, A BSOI.IJTEILY PDRE have for sale a large list of
I' 'I". was transacted to-wit : W. W. Snell W. H. H. Gleanon. Geo. careful)
J 1 '. ) .,. :I The minutes of the meetings held 1 in Houston clerk. selected Indian River Properties.
; ,. the month of September were read and No. 6, Melbourne-John Henry, S. F. M Stewart, work on road 75 ,
; <,< ,t .confirmed. Gibbs, Ira Crosby. R. Conkllng, clerk. E B Wager printing. 12& 00 PAINTOFF, for removing all kinds of., Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Lin
John It. Walker, having been duly No. 7, Malabar-E. W. Arnold, F. B R Wilson, justice of the peace. 4 20 paint from all kinds of surfaces without Canal and Transportation Co. '
i 'appointed and commissioned as county Comstock, Ernest Sevedelius. It. A. J E Bowman, sheriff . . 10 25:! burning. See ad. on 2nd page.
j commissioner in and for the 2nd commis Conkllng, clerk. A A Stewart:. . ... .'. . 100 Send for circulars toSOUTuEATERN CANAL: L. iNDS.: :
; sioners' district of Brevard county, vice No. 8, ebl\8tlan-W. C. Braddock, J E Bowman, feeding state prix 48 00 PAINTOFF Co.,
1.1 F.'T. Budge resigned, he took his place F. Former, G. W. Hall. S. Hitching, The Board adjourned to meet again St. Augustine, Fla., and Boston. Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway COlD ,
{ t+ JM such commissioner at this session of clerk. Wednesday. Oct. 14th, 1806, accordingto I Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co pan
1e'' the Board. No. 9, St. Lucie-Julius Tyler, J. T. chapter 4328, section 19, revised .statutes hotel barber shop ball and other Low Priced Lands. ,
Indian River
tttFFF d f In the matter of the petition of J. D. Snell. A. C. Dittmar. R. F, Bronoon, of the State of Florida.A TUB We
I f Crabb) to sell wines, liquors and beers clerk. the best workman In the county.all Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
i : in precinct No. 4, In the town of Cocoa, No. 10, Eden-W. F. Richards, E. J. guarantee satisfaction to our cu -
: U : fI, .and It appearing to the satisfaction of Shattuck, C. F. Wolf. C. A. Robinson, Card. tomers. H. 8. Meadow, prop. Titusville. Florida.
:v the Board that the said J. D. Crabb has clerk.
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+ I majority of the registered voters of No. 11, Fort Drum-8. A. Hair, U. L. To the Public Wanted.
I i \iprecinot No. 4 to sell liquors, wines and Parker, U. L. Holmes. J. W. Swain, i Fruit and Vegetables
w beers aa aforesaid, and It appearing that clerk. We have just bought the stock of Fred S. Chaffee &
+t f {. c aid petitioner has fully compiled with No. 12 Narrows-L. B. Dawson, C. J. groceries of the Avera Grocery Co., of To those growers having fruit and Co
L 1 I' the law therefor, it Is ordered that a permit Reams, W. M. Jones. F. C. Popple. Titusville, Fla., and will Increase the vegetables for disposal, we will give the ,
yj do issue directed to E. W. Hall, tax No. 13, Georglana A. B. Carter E. stock at once. We shall keep constantly best possible market price for their prod- S
91 I t collector of Brevard county to Issue a V. Hall, F. W Munson. P. Wittfeld, on hand new and fresh goods, such as uce. Foreign produce also purchased FRED S. CHAFFEE
,v t -state and county license to said petitioner clerk. fancy and heavy groceries, produce and and dealt in. TITUSYILLE, FLA,
,; o for the fiscal year of 1807 under No. 14, Merrltt-M. S. Same J. R. fruits of all kinds. Everybody will do J. B. :MASSA! & BROS., Registered Pharmacist,
,G+ a' .chapter 0, section SOU, revised statutes Fields, J. Lapham. F. Whitlock, clerk. well to call and get our prices before Commission merchants '
r of the State of Florida. No. 15, Canaveral-.Henry Wilson N. buying elsewhere. 2.A 4 E. Bay and 105 W. Bay sts., A Complete Assortment of
r The report of the county judge for N. Penny, J. U. Hogan. J. T. Hood, Very respectfully, I Jacksonville, Fla.
licenses issued during the month of clerk. DICKEY & Y ATEII. -41* PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundries.
'September having been examined, the No.. 10, Haulover-II. Watton J. W.
c t s v'' .same was accepted by the Board.In Griffis, Chas. Nauman. J. S. Cochran,
a the petition of W. J. Tucker, for a clerk. THE JOHNSON LAW CO. ->3 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude g.
license to sell wines, beers and liquors In No. 17, Spruce: Bluff-D. Hankies, E. ,
all mail orders.
attention to
and careful
1 1 precinct No. 9, It was moved and placed L. Winter, J. S. Padgett. J. E. Fultz, Jjr[ We give prompt

rl for hearing on Oct. 8th, 18011. clerk. Electrical and :Machinery: Supplies.MANUFACTURERS' . ,
Giye
+i On motion, It was ordered that J. F. No. 19, Mloco-J. Williamson, II. F. We want your trade. us a trial,
if J t Wooten, tax assessor, have his time Nuckles, L. R. Smith. R. T. Smith,
+ t extended: to the meeting of the Board in I clerk. I AGENTS FOR Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfumery! ,,
1 :November to finish the tax hooks for the No. 20, Banyan-C. L. Stewart, J. H. High Grade Machinery Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motors and Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
t' I ..approval and acceptance by the Board. D. Smith W. J. Ragan. R. B. Stewart, Generators Warren Altrenator, Hornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse, Williams & 3T Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps.Groceries .
It 11 G On motion It was ordered that Order clerk.
p Co. Elevators. SPECIALTIES Electric Fans,Sewing machine motors Dental motors. Iron
;N10, passed on ept. 8th, In regard to No. 21, White City-A. Christiansen, Clad.Slow speed MultIpolar Motors for heaviest factory work Improved street railway equip
1 i troad from Jensen to Eden, be and IsIbrreby Peter Jensen, J. 8. Bell. J. M. Ord, ment, modern In design and construction. Fully guaranteed and prices right.F. .
rescinded. clerk. BISHOP, Manager. JACKSONVILLE FLA. Ez.I :ee.: :.:C ,
FI On motion, It was ordered that each No. 22, Woodley-E. C. Walker, J. T. Salesroom 51 West Forsyth St.,Repair Shop,2020 Main St.
and every precinct, as now establishedand Gifford, W. W. Wlggfleld. J. T. Grey, Garden Seed Fertilizer
published by the Board of County clerk. Grain Hay
1 Commissioners, be constituted and established On petition of F. T. Budge and 24 Reliable. Responsible. ,
t l '; as a justice-of-the-peace district. other registered voters to have the name Prompt. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
i of R. F. Hall placed on the election tick. :8. ::tMt:7LL: 65 CO. I
Groceries ruil
i i h In the matter of the publlo road between et, to be voted on at: the election to be Staple Ac JEFtmcy: i,
r Jensen and Ankona It is now held at Titusville on Octobe 26, 1896, for Wholesale And Food ProductsOf
ordered that the attorney of the Board mayor of Titusville: also on roper pe Also Stock of
rt 1 t :M. S. Jones take lite pll- to settle with titian to place the name of S.= Piern All Kinds. My
:Mrs. Lucas Turner and J. II. LeTournau Titus for mayor. Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. Grain Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,
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Jot the crossing over their respective Also on proper petitions the followingnames
I t Hands, and In default of some able adjust- as aldermen : Peter M. Fisher, Ground Food" and Wheat.
J r nuent of damages, It WAS further ordered for two Years; W. R. Knox, for 2 years: Our Specialties :Oranges, Lemons, Apples Pineapples, Peas! Potatoes I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above lint o
that said attorney proceed to condemn Thos. W. Lund, for 2 years; J. M.Dixon, Onions, Grapes, Nuts, Limes, Guavas, Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Honey, eto. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solid

i ; ..aid-ero lng. for 2 years; D. L Gaulden, for 2 years; References:-T. H.Sligh Lady LaVe,Fla.; W. M. Williams, shipper, Frultland your patronage. Very truly
I ,, In the matter of a settlement with Wm. Geo. W. Scobie, for 1 year; R. C. Scrim-. Fla. The Trade In General. Write or wire for prices. I :ED. L. :eB.A.DT.
'' i 'Treutler for the Eau Gallle bridge, John geour, 1 yr. Clerk : O. R. Stewart, G. C ;
3v I ii Houston, to whom the matter was referred Elwes. Marshal : C. W. Crabb, L. T:: 220 Bridge Street JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

iL hI' by this Board, reports that he has C'oodey, J. R. S. Smith. Collector : J,., !jgr- Hotels Supplied on short notice with anything on the market. A goo I IARD: ...
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,been unable to make a settlement for the A. Uappersette L. T. Coodey. It wai I stock always on hand, at lowest price. EJ srrXLX1VG.
; ..aumof$250. ordered by the Board to be so done.
I I I On motion, It was ordered that the On motion, J. R. Walker was appointed Ooooa. Florida: : ,
d w mum of $325 be appropriated out of the a committee to have the municipal
4i f i .road fund to purchase the bridge across election ticket for Titusville printed.On The NewSelden DEALER INWood........ e
i (the Eau Gallle river, on the public road motion, the following bills were
i between Eau Gallle and Melbourne, said audited and ordered to be paid : and Metallic
'I l money to be paid on the delivery to this T. J. Johnson, regls. officer .$ 12 00
L Board of a deed for the same by the J. R. Walker, . 12: (00(] Door
proper parties.It A. L. Hatch . 13: (00(] Cypress Company( Coffins and Caskets
was ordered that the consideration E. II. Coocer, . 12: 00 ,
-of applications for the adjustment of G. B. Snell, .. 12 00
,'I assessments for the current year be con- Ii. F. Olbbs, ". . 1200 :PALATKA, F'. ..../%...,
w 'ttsmed to the November meeting of the Ed Arnald, .. 12: 00 I
Opened October let, 1800. turned the steam on to Zino and Copper lined cloth covered, wood caskets. This department Is under -
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hoard, as the tax books are not ready R G Howard, . 12: 00
Sr tor>thin L D Metts . 12 00 the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using the
a The report meeting.of the county treasurer for! T J DeSteuben, . 13: 00 One of,the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind attention.most improved methods of embalming. All orders by mail or wire receive prompt

i ( the quarter ending Sept. 30th, also his J M Swain, ., 12 00 EDWARD STILLNG
pq Jtl .report on the fine and forfeiture fund W M Reams, ? 12 00 and General l Wood Working Plants in the United States Cocoa, Indian River, Fla.
I .for the month of September, were exam. Peter Wittfeld, to .*... 12: 00
l Iced and the Board. TH Sanders . la: 00
accepted by And with' experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
i On motion John It. Walker and John Henry Wilson, .... 1200 years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best THE DECANTER.
t Houston were appointed a committee to ,1 ,V Grlffls ." .. 1200E possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
,1 burn the warrants turned over by the L Winter, .. 1200 Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, ilot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.
treasurer as per schedule. The commit John Waller, 1200
i tee, having performed their duty, asked J E Tromer, to., I? 12 00 Lesley c& Renaker
to be discharged, which was accordingly P A McMillan, 12 00 ,
done J F Bell, '. . 12 (00 J Ph nix.
The St. Co.
ik On motion, it was ordered that H. Arthur Walker, 1200 Augustine Cycle Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Runs, Gins and Whiskies,
I Heyser be placed on the pauper list at R D Walker, .. 1200 Union( Bottled Beers Ales and Stont.
$5! per month. Wm U Sharpe, co. com. .. :33 00 ,
i On motion it was ordered that the re John Houston, . 47 00 =s Diamond Has the best line of wheels I A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.

;+,1 port of C. U. Young, M. D. Edwards J R Walker, .". . .. 8 00 and sundries in the state. All Family and hotel trade Is solicited Prompt and careful attention I given to mail
', and C. II. Munch as viewers on the road J Mendel, .. 29 00 orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER, Titusville,Fli
from C II. Kncoy's to the county road J W Crabb, making; ballot boxes. 4 00 -5 Excels.
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work
Kinds of
be accepted and notices ordered to be A A Stewart, accountant .. 15 00 bicycle repair
l posted according to law. J Mendel, 4 cops 3 com. meetings 10 00 and other Ladies done. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition,
A permit was granted to the following B R Wilson, med. attention prls. 5 00 neatly Atlanta,Oa., 18011.THEG. .
I person to carry a repeating; rifle: W. E. M S Jones, county judge . 100 00 and Gents in Stock. F. W. BEERS, Prop.
+ P 'Young, Winchester; No. 15,333, caliber A A Stewart. clerk of Board. .,. 107 00
.of t. Electric Light Co., lights. . 810J H. HAMMOND COMPANY
i On petition of Chas. McBride for a B Screven, medicine for prix 1 BO GEORG MARX. ,
JOHN MARS.MARX
public road beginning at the county F S Chaffee& Co, .. 6 40
road, now established, and being Vf mile Gardner & Walker, shirts for prls 1 25.
t mast to corner of sections 2, 3, 10 and 11, A T Feaster, com. ns co..treas... 71 00 : SRO: S_, PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.Hammond
township :28!:!, east of range 37, and running J E Bowman distrib ballet boxes 01 20 Wholesale Dealers In .
( ai+ : ; thence west on the section line between T J Cock butt, registration officer 22 91

2, 3, 10 and 11, a >' mile to a south sub T Goldsmith Wetmore, Ice for clerk's office. 130 cl-: cories: :Fruit: and:: :E':rod.'\L.oe. Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, Ills
division line of suction 10, thence act'g as pros atty. 10 (00](
>4 mile thence southwest the most T Wetmore, Ice for courthouse 1 (00) 131 and 133 KM Ray Street and 83 and aa 1S..n.n. Street Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
.practicable route to Intersect the old J E Bowman, sheriff for co. court 3 75 1 Jaoh ::11 Capron trail at the head of the west feeding. county prls. 18 (00) Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards Hams and Bellies.Write .
branch of Sebastian creek. The Board dogs 4 (00) ,
,' appointed John Fischer, J. 11. Baker janitor ... ? 500 ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
and J. O. Chandler to view mark and allor. . .... ... 3000F () us xor: :Jrl.oes.:
uh? f lay out the same and make their report B Wright, deputy sheriff . 18 00 TO GROWERS-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege
.to this Board at their meeting the tint F A Morgan, work on oleo blanks 2 00 tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow
tj Monday in November, ISOit.!:! Paupers.. . . .. .. . 79 00R Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.
+ On motion it was ordered that, after A Conkling, ferryman. .. 2 08 MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE FLA. LANDS for Lemons Grape Fruit & Pineapples
I hearing all the evidence by attorneys Dempsey Cain, 2 60 ,
tI and all papers submitted and filed In theca
I IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES FLORIDA.In .
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for license to
e granting; a liquor
.J. Tucker, and after having fully deltb. HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ?
erated on same and carefully examined order to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits in the Counties named, the

sad'Tucker compared with the the registration petition books of W.and J. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. >will, for the next 9 months, make a Reduction -

i finding that the said W. J. Tucker bas a JEWELERS If not, don't you think you ought to have one ? I have got the Five Minute of Twen J.ftn Per. Cent on Price of Its Lands In Above Counties,
of the voters of Pre
majority registered
White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, at the following prices, viz :
', olnct No. 0, a permit be granted for a OR UNTIL DECEMBER 15th, 1896.
.'\ license from the tax collector of Brevard JACKSONVILLE 1 FL.AKtbUhd 1 quart at.. ...... ..... ... .. ... . ..... .... . .9 1.30 each. per' For terms and Prices apply to
.county to sell wines, beers and liquors 2 quart at. . ........ .. ._.. ... ... . . . . .. 1.50 each. D. C. SUTTON or W. R. MOSES West Palm Beach, Fla.
Jn Precinct No. 9. '3 quart at ..... ..... .. ..... .. .... ... ...... ..... 1.80 each. W. C. VALENTINE, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.F. .
I In the matter of the petition of W. J. 4 quart at. ... .. . ... .. ..... ..... .. .. ._. .... 2.20 each. S. MORSE, Miami, Fla. or to
II Tucker to sell wines, beer. and liquors These prices are only good until the stock Is exhausted. Keep your eye on JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner,
\ in precinct No. 9 and It appearing to ISM. this Bargain Column. FL4
the satisfaction 01 the Board that said ST. AUGUSTINE _
""ft\ W. J. Tucker has a majority of the registered L. BARBOT & CO. -"'"
I voters of precinct No. 9 to sell THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART THE <-

wines, boers and liquors as aforesaid; ,
f :and It appearing that said petitioner has General Commission. GEO. WIEDEMAN COMPANY
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I.I Hade (for Soil 3-inch Tread. BREWING
t .II.; :fully: compiled with the law, that therefore Sandy Having # ,
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Ur j ''i .. E. W. Hall, tax collector a permit of Brevard : FOR SALE BY Brewers of Fine Beers Standard Lager an *m IlIeDch E'
xwnnty, to issue 1\ state and county IIIIIJ: ,

,;"t: \ year license of 1897 to said, under petitioner Chap 9,for Sec.the see fiscal, revised EDWARD STILING........._...-..-............_......... THOS. A. BETHEL. Manager.' '_ ''_ Bridge St.

i .,'t'.; +t statutes notion'of U Florida.'On ordered. that th. 329'8 831 P OYdras'St.r .\ The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. Ws have good Javs.raionv311lorida. : -
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.- ; NEW.ORLEA 4S.IlzrttwrcDz' ,. ,took of C Brows ,10 doseD pints Amber: .. ... ..19.00-
+ following-named persons be appointed .. J ., .. .,.. _\'" ..:..:...:; .....
.t to act .. Inspectors sad clerk at the LA. suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-in-; tread' : A slse.larger 10 doseD pints, White,..H....?- '...... ......*. ..,..".1?:,,.. '.. i h t .. lUll
r .leotlo n to be held NOT. 8, 1896: CaIUII BuIll. ., suitable for Pineapple PlantationsIa.< tread. :. Kbbla.beer '.,;--.;.I."I........ .J" ''2.2S.
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't } p\! .No. 1, LaGrange precinct-E.: P. Wil Commercial Acnct... COCOA Indian River FLORIDA. K-bbU. beer ."11'.1. :).; 450. .. .
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