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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: October 23, 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: UF00079909:00049
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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01. 18.: 11. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, OCT. 2B, 189O. Price* 5c. !

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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. J. O. Walton left here, Monday, Read This Column Carefully. I Judge M. S. Jones has boemspondng Some fine Indian River oranges are MUBMOfl'AT: ELEOTJON;;

for Jacksonville, to spend tbe week. couple of days at Fort Pleioe this selling In town to-day.

Id Topic of General Interest. -Mills Sallie Hall, of Faustina was LoeAt Anvm Ten Cents Per Line, Per week. For
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in town, Wednesday, for a short while. Week, on this (front) page; I Mnjor II. J. Tiffin, of )Montreal, has AM Appropriation for Itlscny'neflay. May.m.

Civil Engineer Ord of St. Augustine, -Civil our thanks! for a present of some I hl'ireb'Rnnount' myself""as, a canutl.
Engineer G. T. of St. orange
Spencer date fee the office of the
fbeon at Miami this week. Augustine, went to Miami on Wednes A Ft'11, line of ladles' wrappers and 1 wine> made on his place at Couitenay. Mayorof
Town ofTlbusvIHo amt If elected will
[.Mr, iMidor Cohen, of Miami, has day. skirts just received at Julius Kline's.for I Conductor Waddell\ of the J., T. oxide An by appropriation Congress for of the$2,500 survey() has of boen Biscay do ,,111)) my. power,to f.'ntller the Inter- ,

U spending a few days in town. -Capt. R. A. Haidee, our lepiesenta-! K. W. Railway, ,gave; a moonlight sailing ne Bay Capt. J. W. :backett:; of the outs of the>town. .

I-Dr. J. M. Dixon spent from Saturday tlve-elect, gnvo the ADVOCATE a pleasant IIEAnQuAIITEnR Singer sowing machines. party In the Yankee Doodle, Wednesday ITnftcil States Engineers, with heiul- R. FKKXMA2F) IIAL&*

f II| Monday with relatives at City call 011 Tuesday.' W. It. Knox, agent, Tltusvillo.\ evening.By iiiaiters] at St. Augustine, will have: _. __ ._____ i

lot. FREE.. The ADVOCATE Is giving permission of Manager,; J. A. clmige" of the \\01 k.lOTII. r
frs. A. T. Eeaster and family have away the Yew York Evening Post, free TIRE'S, Root lleer-the great summer ilappeisetto, some of our young folks
) onodt-
Osteen this Its dl'lnk-at F. :S.:; Chaff Co's., ind a dance In tho dlnlngioom the Indian : : announce myself as a. I
|; visiting relatives at ; to Titusville snlmcrlbeis to-day. River hotel last night.Mr. } NOTKS.Hotel for the ofllco ot Clerk of the

Ik.LMr.. -Miss! Kate Pl'ltclll\nllert here, Saturday Town oftTHnsvllle. and; If elected proro-

J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, has beenfndlnff list, for Miami, on H two or three SINOKU machine attachments, applied Henry J. Anthony returned Carleton, Melbourne, U now iso to faithfully perform the duties of

a couple of days In town this weeks' visit to her sister, Mis. F. T. by W. K. Knox, agent, Titusville.Dr. home yesterday, after trending tho summer open mid. ready to receive guests.If I that office.Respectfully; ,
In Chicago, where he went fur the
'' O. CJ\nY: -ELWES.
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k want asbnioof the tourist business -
Budge.Mr. pl\rpuMe of receiving\ medical treatment, you .. _
There will\ be an eventide responsivevice and Mr!!. J. A. MacDonald, prominent M. D. L. Dodson expects to you should advertise In the ADVO- I
[ at the Presbyterian church next and well known resident! of MI- leave for Jensen to-day (Friday). Remember, that when you stop oft CATK. For CoIJNt01'.4

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-Vtot. Chas. B. Cory, the well known Coul'tenRY! were In town Monday, and I of the town or to the ocean beach. I undergoing a thorough renovation era office of Collector of the Town of
jston< naturalist, has added a live bear -Capt. and Mis. Walter Kltchlnc, gave; the |lank paper a call. I opening for the wlntoi. Tltuovtlle. If elected It will bo .my

[his Palm Beach museum. and little daughter, of Stuart, have I Civil Engineer Franklin Sheen of I -Commodore F. D. Hughes,; has had under earnest endeavor\ to attend to the duties
,; Hotel Valencia St. Augustine,
been In town several days this week. I I Iris launch Jupiter thoroughly; overhauled of that itttice faithfully and to the- best
has spend-
Palm Beach who been
West U
j-Mr. Miller of the TlLllle themallajomelltof\lrM.! Frazier, now
Y.
J. manager nc Miami, where tolls the ADVOCATE
has had his tiado-bout of alilllty..,
Tanning Extract Co., has been Capt. Kituhing ng some time with lends In Orlando he expects to make his headquarters/ open for the accommodation of guests. my. Respectfully
hauled out Nelson's where she J. A. HAPPKUABTTK.
on ways, "
In Tltusvlllo from
Tuesday
stopped over
|the sick list for some days past. has undergone a thorough overhaul.Mrs. until Wednesday, en route home. this winter. Mr. John Anderson, one of the !genial

-We Acknowledge receipt of some (nesting -Mrs. A Tlotsford of Pal at kill, passed proprietors of the New Mount Pleasant
reading matter from Mis. A. W. G. Paterson, of Cocoa, who -Mr. J. S. LeFils, the well known through; Tltusvillo. Wednesday, on her house, White Mountains. N. 11.; and For l\1.\ftlbl" .

[ker, of Montreal, Canada. I. has been sojourning north all the sum- commercial traveler for the wholesale way to Eau Gallle, to upend a few days Hotel Ormond, Oimond, Is now stoppingat hereby announce myself. as a' candidate '
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mer, returned home Tuesday evening clothing house of Benedict, Polluk\ & ('0., with her father and mother Capt.: and Portland, Me., for a while. for the ottioe ot Marshal of the
Captain J. D. McLachlan, aide-camp I She said she had very much enjoyed her Jacksonville, stopped oft at Titusville, Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt. Towntof Tltnsvllle, and If elected will
I the governor of the Bahamas, Is on a trip, which did her health considerable Tuesday, on his way homo from Miami. Mr. D. .Gracey, the popular room attendstrictly! to the duties ltalnln" .j
"it to relatives in England.The I good. -We regret to learn that the Rev. A. clerk at Hotel Aragon, Atlanta, says to that office\ app I'C
-Miss B. A. Bryant, of Jacksonville, D. Penny is quite nick at his home at that be I III strong advocate for hAving '
grounds surrounding the resice -Miss Jessie! B. Keller, who has been baa rented Mr. S. II. Ray's residence on Mints, and trust to hear of bill .speedy the election of president for the United :. w.,CItA D. J JFbm'Mal'flhDI

of Mr. Wm. M. Brown are being conducting dancing classes at Miami for Palm street, and as soon as Mr. Ray and Mrs. W. N. Hendry left hero States every eight yeais.

ned up and put,in nice order.Mr. some month past, returned to Daytonaon family' leave for St. Lucie, Miss Bryant recovery.yesterday to attend him. of .act Collector.I ;;
We acknowledge receipt a
and infant Saturday, where she mot her sister, and her mother will take possession. verypretty
and Mrs. L. A. Brady Miss Fairfax Keller, who had arrivedhome -Mrs. E. L. Brady after spending and neatly-gotten-up; Illustrated hereby offer myself a* a candidate for ,
ta, and Miss Aline Brady are expected from Alabama a day or so before. -When about to leave the north for several weeks. with relatives in Georgia folder of Mohonk Lake and Mountain the offices of Marshal and. Collectorof :

me from Boston about tomorrowk Miss Keller has returned to Bay Biscayne St. Augustine this winter, there Is no and Tennessee, returned on Saturday House, from Mr H. E. Hernia the mann- tbe,Town of Tltiuvtlle and promise,

k, need to bring your bicycle along, for the least, much to the pleasure of her many ger for the coming season ell the New If elected,. to perform the duties of the \

C. C. Chillingwoith, one of -Mr. and Mrs. Ceo F. Miles left St. St. Augustine Cycle Co. ha a fine stock riends. Her husband went a* fur as Uookledge hotel, Kockledge. said offices faithfully. and to.. the best of

lent Palm Beach's prominent attorneys, Augustine for the north, Sunday morning on hand that you can select from and Jacksonville\ to meet her. Mr. J. D. Price Is again at Ormond, my ability.. Kaspeotfully, ; i
be
L been spending a day so In town this last, and they will probably awaya rent cheaply. much to the pleasure of bill many .J:". T. Coon BY. ''I
few weeks or longer. Air. Miles, who Is -Mr. Eugene Dearborn, formerly one .
>ek Gen'l. Traffic Manager J. P. Bock- friends. Pilce has also returned -.
Mrs !
president of the Florida Eust Coast Line of the most popular conductor on theJ. ,
-Mrs. C. J. Hector and family, of Canal and Transportation Co., has gone with and Assistant Pass. Agent J. D. ., T. A K. W. Railway, Is having a two- from the White Mountains.. Hotel Or- ,,'

ilbuurne, after spending five months gone north on important business.Mrs. Rahner passed through Tltusrllle last story stone house built at Cucoanut mond will soon brighten up under the Sebeastlan.tCfnemaatua. FuniiHItaUaroaq. : I'
relatives Friday afternoon, en route to Key West. resided able management <>f Messrs. Anderson
Ih: In Ohio, returned home Grove. Mr. Dearborn latterly In
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today. R. E. Serjeantson, two children They returned Wednesday, and informed Jacksonville\ but Is now In the real & Pi'Ice, 11
and nurse, of hubs Sound, who have us they had had a very pleasant
[-Mrs. E. S. Wiley, after spending the been enjoying themselves all the summerIn trip. estate business on Bay Blscayne.Mr The Carleton hotel, on East Bay street, There are about laborers employed !

mater months in Atlanta and Valdos- England, passed through Titusville, and Mrs. Wm. In!. Blown, little Jacksonville has been loused by Mis. E. on the above railroad :
GA, returned to her home in Titus-I Monday en route home. Mr. A. Stokes, 'Cliaffee & Co., the well known drug Miss Louise and Master Mark, returned E. Marshall, of Fail-Held, for a term of
MD. L. L. Howaid has of the "
ad. will be : charge i
le on Tuesday. Mrs.\ Serjeantson's brother, was also In firm of Titusville, whose home yesterday, much to the pleasure! of three yeas! for *.',CM( ). Mr. L. W. Coon,
found' on our.8th page, have rented! the their lends. Mrs. Brown antifamily who wait in charge\ of the night desk !at: sjufacelng gang who are surfacelng the I
Mrs. Jas. T. Sanders and little son, the .party.- brick store In the ADVOCATE building, many have spent tbe summer the Uuval hotel dining tho Hummer, will rural a* rapidly a* possible. Ji I 1

10 have been spending the summer -Mr. and Mrs Ed. Stlling and little which they will occupy as soon as the pleasantly with Capt. and Mrs. Jones very, at )[iiestdo I In the office of the Carleton. Mr. J. (X Fvfa. U hard nt work surveying -
th relatives in Urbana, 0., returned daughter, of Cocoa, who have been carpenters have completed sundry alter- ,
New Hartford, Conn., and Mr. Brown Colonel B. W Wronn, general traffic for the Clnolnnatu: Farms canal*.
imewards several months at Saco Me. ''
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yesterday.
spending them In Connecticut a few weeks Mr. Fries was recently elected
ations.Mr. joined of the Plant System, has the
TI- manager
-Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold and Detroit, Mich.afternoon, passed last through en route Roswell Coleman Is acting as ago. thanks of the ADVOCATE for a line packof surveyor for Urevard.Captain county'f!f i
tusville\ Friday ,
vine service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal conductor, this week, on the J., T. & K. playing cards which were duly received '
to their home In Cocoa, where their -The sailing party, !given last nighton Argo foreman of the bridge
'lurch on Sunday next, the 25th Inst., W. U'y. train running' between Beres- at this office yesterday. Some of
the
tends gave them a glad welcome.Mr. the Yankee Doodle by the ADVOCATE gang for above railroad, hall\ rather j I
11 a. m. and 7 p. m. many ford and DeLand, but will be on his editor, was pronounced by those In attendance the cards have views of the Plant Systemof dangerous sal painful fall one day last
II. Q. Hawley, a former resident usual run from Titusville to Sanford next hotels printed on them.A week
-Dr. M. D. L. Dodson, a former relent a very pleasant one. Among but is now out of danger. j
Is Conductor Brown
of Titusville, but now of Seabreeze, week. He Is relieving ,
of Titusville, came up from Miami Jersey those on board were : Mr. M. L. Coleman prominent hotel proprietor write A train make two day to tile t
widower hU wife having.recent- who we understand, went to New trips a
a ,
Saturday last, on a visit of a few days ly again died of remittent fevor. Mr. Hawley last week for the purpose of entering (Clifton, N. J.), Mr. and Mrs. F. H. the ADVOCATE: as follows : "I am verypleased end of the line, hauling. out Iron from i

Ills wife and daughter. seems to be very unfortunate In the into the state of holy matrimony; haffee, Mesdames J. O. Walton, !I. J. with the results obtained from the F. E. C. Ity. connection at. this point. 11
Uoswcll\ Coleman the Misses
Miss Susie F. Brown and her mo- selection of Ms wives, for this is the Egger and ; Advertising your pink paper, and wish Tbl train makes stop at /Sebastian In(Iv.
-Mrs. G. S. Hardee and Miss\ Florence Albino and Aline Eggor, and Mossis. F! continue advt. six month. '
of had to He you to my or and Mr. pinery.
er Point here has over. Russell's
City passed through third one he mourn
lardee[ who have been spending the A. Morgan G. Cary-Elwes, C. H. Walton,
friends J I hAd no \Idea the AI>VOCATH wait *o
omliiy, on their way to Mlms, where has the sympathy of his many In summer In New York and New Jersey Claude and P. G. Walton. widely lead until I mot two northern Mr.\ W. W. Russell ha planted out a j

nit Brown Is teaching school.Mr. his sad bereavement.We states, passed through here, Tuesday, -Messrs, Edgar M. Wllford of Bloom gentlemen this week, who came to my lot of fine pineapple n* an experiment.

M. S. Jones, jr., returned toe acknowledge, with thanks, from en route to their beautiful home at field N. J. and David L. Munro, of house through seeing my advt. In your They are planted on muck land, and are !
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picturesque little 'village of Sarnot the lion. Jolt B. Brown, of Key West, a Rockledge.[ They Informed our reporterthat Leonla N. Y. came the St. John's medium. Much success to you." covered with a strip shed. Mr. Ivey I
Friday, after a pleasant sojourn of a d'2-page pamphlet containing his speech, they had bad a very enjoyable time River ,from Sanford, to up Salt Lake the '' Lawson has charge of the pinery. :
w days here invitation of the YoungHen's and certainly looked Writing the ADVOOATH from Lake '
with his while they
parents. delivered upon Sewall Silver Club away;their Their numerous first of the week, stopping over night at i Mohonk N. Y., Mr. H. E. Bemis themanaA'or The Iron U being laid a* rapidly as
and
better after trip.
-Capt. Orlando Quarterman, one of Bryan the Grand View. These gentlemen made of the New Rockledgehotel possible for the above railroad. Mr. W.
makes Interesting them home popular
10 1806. It Friends pleased to see
Key West, Sept. are their Canadian skiff and Baker of has charge of the iron
the in Tampa
supporters of the sound money platrm for silver and gold trip are says : "It Is with considerable I
came over from Chester Shoals on reading food for It again. well equipped with all kinds of huntingand pleasure that I look forward to another gang, who have laid the rail about seven J
uesday, and paid his respects to the men, and gives thought.office. -Land Commissioner. E. Ingraham: fishing paraphernalia. They are season at llockledge.\ We are planninga miles from Sebastian, and they will\ soon
nk can be seen at the ADVOCATE Titus themselves be laid the whole distance of ten mile
paper of St. Augustine, passed through now enjoying on Banana great many changes upon the Interiorof
-Mr. -Capt. II. B. Shaw, superintendent of 1 ville, Tuesday, en route to Miami, which river. our house, to make way for somo out to the 115,000() acre of muck andother
and Mrs Geo. W. Morton, of Life Saving stations, passed through Titusville. 1s his first trip south In several month -The of Mis. IT. very nice large rooms. Our culinary land.*. A* soon as this railroad I IlL
waveral
millinery
have few opening
,lye In town, this been week.spending Mr. Morton a \ :Saturday::! last, en route from Recently power of attorney was granted W. Reynolds' fall and winter stock took department will be entirely now, being completed, It I III expected that a surveyIng .'

''II' rides a bicycle with considerableMr. Ormond to Linton and other points In Mr. Ingraham, to sell and convey lands. place on Wednesday and Thursday of placed so that It will not be In proximityto party. will start to survey the routeto

Dade county. He said he was surprisedto This course was pursued In consequence this: week. It Is needles to add that any of the sleeping apartments. The Tampa. .
learn that three of the East Coast of a resolution of the directors of the what Mrs. Reynold ha not discovered New Rockledgo, with cottages, Is as "f'
-Mr. Paul Fuckett the Star foreman of Refuge were to bo discontinued Florida East Coast Railway, of which have It but having 1
Houses[ ; In this line to Interest, please and adorn large a* we care to by Killed
Three Deer.
spent from Saturday until Monday at and that the first Intimation of It he the above gentleman is a prominent and tile bends, of both her old, middle-aged larger room and improving upon 1 1CIptaln
.IQ Game. The birds tell the columns of the ADVO highly-respected! official. The deed l bears to
dickey uslat got through and young patron Is not worth searching our interior furnishings, we can give ArtburT. Feaster commanderof j
> hn also paid Tropic a visit Some CATE. :Moral: For reliable news of importance date of July 24, 18UII! repre- 'the Indian River Guard la
traction there, probably-for Paul. always read the pink paper-It Ingraham Its lawful and true attorney, sentative of the millinery and dressmaking .o many tourist desire. crack,shot.getting., Last
quite a reputation a* a
advertising medium.Mr. and In Its place and stead as land commissioner shall be entertain at
"We to
Is a good businesses! and Is so firmly established ready" any
and killed ,
-Captain Bravo of the City of Key of said and chief week he went hunting, two
:eat, is very attentive to the wants of Addison Clark, a veteran rail- executive officer thereof.company This look to In the confidence of our resident time after the 27th of Nov., but should deer. Tuesday, of this week, be again I

is passengers, especially at meals, for road man, who, some weeks ago, arrivedin If the railway had Implicit that we predict for her a successful anyone desire to come to Kockledgu at went on the war path for deer and managed ,
hick he his Mr. L. II. Clark, us as company business career In those line. any time In that month, rent assured we tie
, deserves to be commended.- town with son, condttdence in Mr. In"rll.ham'aabllIty to secure a fine buck, bead of
e1 West Advertiser.The from Hannibal Mo., says he likes this to conduct the affair of Ids depa tment. I fortable.hall do everything to make them com which be showed to an ADVOCATE reporter .

section very much. His son has been In New Subscriber fur the' 1'liik! 1 a* be was passing bl* store. It
ADVOCATE editor received his he "I shall. take my force of employee
time so
poor health for some past, had the finest pair of born we have seen
eating wheel on Wednesday and is took him to Texas. After stopping la JULIUS KMXK!: has the finest stock of Paper. from here a* usual, having all white.I In a long while.
'Ighl y pleased with it. Being one of thetest that state several months, and finding gents' fall and winter clothing town, bore to give to our guest! the same .
models, the apt "305J he decided of and liberal management a*
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expression his son's health did not Improve also furnishings every description.
ahead of them 1 certainly Among/ the latest new subscribers to characterized our business last *season
to come to Indian River. Mr. It will be well worth your while to Another Wedding. \
daptable In this case; its weight 1* Clark Informs us that during the few step In and examine this large and the ADVOCATE are the following, who for I feel the more you do for your

wenty pounds, with a 70-Inch gear ando ; weeks they have been Titusville his son elegant display of goods. are rather scattered throughout the guest tbe greater la the ratio of returns. Mr. Julius Kline, one of Tltusville'sdry
mildI I It runs "as easy as water" is but I has -over 61bs. in weight. United States: E. P. Branch, Melbourne, "The pink paper ha come to me all good merchant, ha been spending
gained Fla. Oeo. D. Bale St. John N. B.
way of expressing its desirabilityri 'up ; ; summer and I am glad to have had It. several week In New York. The boy
n this. pont Th form of the frame u -The band stand was lighted up on For Sale, Cheap. E. M. Ivens, Chattanooga, Tenn.; Geo. I bop to be In Florida about the lath of around town have been wondering why

y P-to-date, It* essentials being Monday evening for the purpose of giving F. Mile, St. Augustine LouU, Waldo!'. Clem- November." Julius remained away so long, but tbe''

ptaessand strength, combined with some of our silver orator a chanceto Two fine pool and one billiard{ table; eats New York; McLln, Fitzgerald. dickey bird tell u* that on Tuesday*

elegance found only In the Keating speak and air their grievances to a all complete. For particular write to Fla.; J. A. Pettlgrew, Brooklyn, Death of Mm.'Morlcy. evening, In New York, two loving heart
Seel. Adjustable handle-bars of the long-suffering public, but as no audience i J. B. Tooar, N. Y.; P. A. James, Chicago; Miss M. were made one, and that another bride. '
atest pattern are fitted to the wheel, appeared on the scene, the lights were Jacksonville\ Fla. G. William, Winter Park Fla." ; Mr. R. will soon be seen in Tltusvllle. We extend -
M altogether it I I. one of which any turned off and the meeting abandoned.In M. Green, Opellka Ala.; bl. U. Edward. News wa received this week of the congratulation to Mr. and Mr.

wner may well feel proud. conversation with an ADVOCATE re- Sebastian; M. Young, St. Augustine; ad death of Mr. Edward Morley wife Kline and hope tbe TItiisvlile band will
porter, one of the would-be speaker attributed A Card. Capt. E. T. Rose, Riviera, Fla.; J. 0.Fri. of the (general manager of the Miami A the serenade the
happy couple a eta
the failure of the silver meetinir .. Sebastian; If. H. Buokman, Jack.soovllle Key West Steamship Co., Key Wet, give of their arrival,

Bones Wanted. two drummer of the Titus- Mr. Helen W. Reynolds beg to announce Fla; Frederick Amory, Boston; wino died In New York from the effect i

Save oonN--t;; ville band who absolutely refused to that she ha an elegant assortment E. Evan, London, England. of an operation for appendicitis. The .
Jacksonville your send them to the play on the above occasion. of fuhlonably-trimmed and pretty deceased lady passed through Tltustllle Grapple Dredge 4

Tille Fertilizer Co., South Jack- bat on display, and will be pleased to Notice. on Saturday August 8th, In company -
Fla. Will pay caah for them. For Rent have her patron call and Inspect them. with her husband and the lion. P. A. For canal work, clearing swamp, ate.,

Dressmaking In the latest and beet style William and Mr. Archer Harmon, of ; half yard to any capacity desired, which
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For Flnt-claa Orange, Flat" four rooms, overlooking will also be attended to. Man order Fred. S. Chaffee A: Co., the well-known Key West. She wa looking well aDdb..t" are rapid In operation and low ta price
Furnished ,
: druggist firm of TItucvllle, expect to be and Informed an ADVOCATE representative
River. Inquire of solicited, and satisfaction guaranteed.For Address, EDMUWD M. ITEBT*.
Lemon and Grapefruit Tree order the Indian Installed In tbelr new place of business' that she wa going on a vl- 9.33-11.23 Chattanooga Tenn.
,, C. H. STEWART
OEO. HYWaieirr Melbourne Fla. la the ADVOCATE block by Xov. lit, and It to ber mother at Perth Amboy, X. J.,
Sole OWner and of, Orlando Sale. will be pleased to have the resident of and she expected to return to Key West

.t aneries, Orlando manager ITfc TUuavlfie and the surrounding neighborhood where she bad many charming friend For Bale ,
For Bent A nice lot of fine, healthy strawberry accord them the ... Uberal pat- -la about two month time. .She wa '

ALL and the plant of the Indian River variety; fifty roaaff ae In the past. A fall toek of a very bright and jo,1aloanlr lady, Jot Three ale Dry Good* or Grocery ;

of examine fine assortment Building and Fixture; central cent. per 100; $...00 per 1,000. everything pertaining to pharmacy will 24 ,year. and the ADVOCATE and Counter; two 18ft. and. on*.'80ft., ulf
Derby ana Fedon and crush bate,neck Store river front. Addre: Eo'ADAM, be kept on band, also stationery, book, numerous friends. much regret her darn 1.25 per foot. Addresas ."".,.. "' ",.1

this week wigHg at Julias blrto Kiln.'.that. arrived location on Do:!: l.a3. Daytona, 11*. Boeeland, Fla. etc., etc..J. ....; J. D. Oati11Coco.; Flaj) h,f

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4 ; ,!jur.! .. never was a dollar of any kind, but wbat /Trimmings for summer gowns uraInwe Florida East Coast

;< :a :i is as honest as John Sherman. If Sherman lace and lace, changed only forvarlet1 IMkln .tyhtxm. Railway
: Ci11ii'es A thoroughly Dutch scheme for the
bad manipulated his dishonest sake to insertion and light cm-
; I : I broideries in defense of Acheen in Sumatra is proposed FOHMERLY: THE
tragedy on .gold Instead of silver gold very openwork :patterns
: .J honest citizen of Delft. It
If by an
Ii' would have been the dishonest dollar Instead that resemble lace. JacKSonville St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.Time
"Cnr talk" in favor,, is to surround the district which comprises .
; I of flood BsrssparillA Tal I k of silver. Now, does the dls- Beautiful white taffeta silks with 16,000 square acres, with dikes Table in Effect June lath 1811<<1.

.. for no other medicine Jionesry! In the metal.or the manipuLator cream grounds striped with satin have that can be opened in -=-
t ? It Is claimed that the so-called garniture the color of the stripe on theskirt. the .around. South Bound. North Bound.No.
lu great cares recorded In truthful: flooding nonntry .
with ribbon loops and rich laoebretelle
. convincing: language of grateful men and debasement of silver is .caused by an No No. No. Io : --
!A L women constitute Its moat effective advertising. .overplus, and too much in band. If .on the bodice.-New :York The latfBt fashion edict from Paris is STATIONS. ::11. a? __ .-..:!s S'1ATIO..S ___78 .32" O:O8Lv X;
anyone PoGo Lv Miami . ... .
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.. 11111 a Ti5j( 1(1 -
I. ,j y Many of these cures are marvelous. in Brevard county has an overplus that sleeves are tight fitting with the Ar JackllOllvIU.St. AlIllIlItln. 11130) a 825 I) . 1.vLeuuuonlty.... &jo am.am. 610-a

(1 fur They have won the confidence of er more in hand than he has need of, Its Men work and think, but women feel. exception of a slight failures] the at shoulder the upper Lv Lv E.MtAuIIIHtlne..III311'al..tka.. II 211 a.a .... .... ... .. .. I.Lv" Linton l'tLallderilale.' ... .... 0 118110 II ,a III m.. .. T 81t,1 4a a
of the near UiNLvWJ..lm
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Tt JL the people? have given Hood's Sarsapsvrllla now In order for them to speak or forever Christina O. Rossettl. part arm -- '-1111 a -........ -.. . Beach. 73Cam II 10 al.
4 the sales in the world and which. as the autumn advances, will Ar Lv W. JIIIlter ... II 111'1' aLv
iiW largest hold their peace. Irish potatoe! The richest man should work if lIe .:... .:.. Lv Jenaen. .... ...: 811 a : : : Ii :
A rr1* have made necessary for its manufacture quite disappear. Ar Palatka..I 10111' .. .... ....LvEden. ... .. .... 9114aDl P.
selling In the west at BI teen cents Dinah C. Mulock. .... . 3
the greatest laboratory eaith. Hood's. per can.- Lv ) IICI a .... Lv Fort Pierce... 9 411 a no 3 I'LvO

h Sarasparlllais known by the/cures it has .bushel in silver, and people starving for The steeple of the famous cathedral rlllon d.... .....12MII' .-... .LvReb..tlan..IOlioa"' :;:: ...>ItJ 1'1.
believes In plenty of vegetables and Lv J> .. .... \t71'\ .... .T. Lv Roteland 11 44 a III
; 4'I4I' made-cures of scrofula, salt .rheum and want of them, because they have not the Strasburg rises to a height of 474 feet. LI Lv port"ytnna.OrILnpe.: 1111" I... .... I : JlI III;; m: .a 23 a .. ,
eat too much meat. ...... ..... ; HU : :::: jj ..
thinks foreigners .. I 80
: fifteen o Lv N..w Bmvrn" P .
'lllll eczema, cures of !rheumatism, neuralgia cents to buy with. So It Is plainto .
.. Lv JtOCkISdgU '
Lv Tituu.viiIe..2, M: I' ..... .... .
and weak nervesycsres of dyspepsia, liver me that It Is neither the metal or : : -FAITHFUL MEN OR Lvt'oooa. ..:. ..... 331. P ........ .. ... LV.ncoa.l.vTltu.vm.........lutis...1209. p ... ''" .
WANTED .
u I troubles, catarrh cures which jprova supply that brings about .this so-called to travel for responsible ,-Send I ro the ADVOCATK office and LvF.allhallle.I.v Rooklelir. btl.,... .0.1 .P ... ,,. ... ... LvNewSlllyrna.. (. 200'1'p ...
debasement. Gold Is nothing liutaoom- established house in' Floilda. Salary get free Information respecting the new' Lv p ........ ... L J'on Orange. 222 m.. .. ..... '
I for houses farms H ........ ... 1.II .. .: :: .26: i r. ..
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t780 and Position waterworks system p .
1 mudy used for commercial speculation : expenses. perman-- ... .... .L" Clrmond -, --.. 241\\ nu.: ..
; used. This is I..v P 4111 I .1
4th Hood'sSarsaparilla I. ent. "Reference. Enclose Relf-addrellNI'II etc. No overhead tanks Iv Melbourne..4. 16 p .,.. .. 1$. I.V }.a"' tP a I'tk" 423 p nu....
never was a commodity of exchange In stamped envelope. The National, iStar Bald to be a fine'' invention. Circulars Lv : 32 p ........ 31 San, MSteuS.1.. 11511p n...:::::; I-
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the.United States and never can be, because Insurance Uldg., Chicago. sent to any part of the south, free. I.v .S 31 I' ........ 07 Ban Matea. .. 3111)) p ,.... ......:: '.
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Lv :30 I' .. _
we have not got It, and do not I.vW1 alm Beach.'811 .... .... 930 .. .....r latka'::::.,::: 511", I :::: .
: I alittka 4OOILv ) ::
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.La 'i Deed or want It. What good would a -- I.vl.lnton. .. 84 P ..... .....111)8) ....... ._ :.. '"
Jo'tLaIl..r.
'\:\", Is the best-In fact the One True Blood Purifier. stngle,gold standard do the governmentor For Winter of 1897. ArMlaml..l030 l.vl"'monClty..IO lIp p .......... .... ..... 326 300a a ............. Ar Lvflt.AlIlulltlne.SIn.lacluunvilie. .. 8:11I p pm 10. 711'81roa.'''' .. ....:
the with'all the lockedup
people gold -
I 1i r icure liver llls; dla.y to A. & \V. -
, 4 Hood' ,s Pill S ''t.ak "BII) toupecale. 211 in Wall street, with a guard of policeto Trains 31, 32, 37. an(1( 78 between Jaebonvllle 1IRACJ

.. I j Its Into Circulation. Choice Budded Florida Orange Grape Fruit and Bt. Angustlne, ,ll>lIy. _ NORTH J40UNIJ. -
_____________________________ prevent escape ( Train 2011) between Miami and Fort Pierce, STATIONS:-- -
ti.k ; The government, in its official capacity, duully except Monday\ _--- Yo-2104- Xo I

THIS FINANCIAL QUESTION and the people individually, would be as and Lemon Trees. All other: trains e..llth. of Bt Augustine dally AI'.. IoOew Lake RllIyrna Helen 12 12311"ao" 4 II IN'I'all" -...:.: I 1

4 f'f't t; helpless a feather in a cyclone. except SlIntlay. .. Orange: City. 12 no" 3 3J41" .: ...1

MONT .11 .RDEE. O. City Juno I 3111' 3 aOI''........,

: .'', lias taken the rounds of the earth, Jensen,.lmla. Strictly First-class and True to Name. SOUTH 1I0USD.STATIOIoOS. : ------
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: andgonebuiekaafarasthegnudengatee No I! I 1\0.I No.Lv ;

d it't of Eden, and been .discussal< from every When people are obliged to take medicine Also Peach, Plum and Pear Trees, Grafted Persimmons, Strawberry Plants, Roses .. New Smyrna 2 Oii iia :--..

conceivable standpoint exoept the And In fact everything iln a flist-class Nursery. Lake Helen :; lOp\ 10/llla/ ..
t I, iutp;: question they want that it shall give quick grown. Lv Or'blll' f.'lty II 111" 11 22" .
1I : : at Issue, of the one %-which we, asa relief andnot, add discomfort to their 13P Write for prices or call on AI' O. City Junc. II 0111' 11 30a ... .

people, are in Abe least Interested, sufferings. Three reasons why people OEO. II.: WRIGIIT, Orlando Fla.
JfflII who suffer with constipation. and bilIousness T! cue Time Table- shows the time. at which trains maY be expected to< arrive anhluIeartt ,,
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; which U simply thUt. .: Is ,it I test for the should the set er ll stations, but their arrival or departure at the time stated la not Kunrantwil, nordoti
take Simmons
HK? : Liver the Con hold Itself for
) responsible any delay or any consequence arising: tliereforiu.F. .
3 4 t I people of the Uait04Bta.teslh hand ovoc Regulator : "It Is better than plllo, it O. WILLIAMS Aftt., J. D. EARNErS

J ; trqjj the financial affairs .f ,the country to does not notgrlpe; ; it gives quick relief Tltusville. Ass't Oen'I Passenger Agent.!

Ii .I Wall street to be handled at their option and does not weaken but strengthensand Chickamauga Stable Co.
refreshes the whole sl.tem.-.J. R.IIlland. .
rfl! or take some hand In tile motto. them- .

; 4 4 : elves t The 11 to 1 question, the In-,. Monr -- ----------- -- Lookout Mountain Tropical
irlnslo value of our.cwj-xenoy, sad financial As showing how disease Is spread in ,

i I history of the Creoles, (baboons, India, at Ilowrah railway station an 'Phone 319.t Tennessee.Lula .

''lJ till .t c cannibals. and orangoutangs are .f more Indian named Siegh! was arrested, laving Lake and Lids Falls, Lookout Point Point Park Sunset Rock Natural Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

I importance to IM than thaAlnancsIques-\ brought his child, aged three years., Bridge Telephone Rock, Rock City and Village. Orders left at Lookout Inn will

1 i *Y tion of England, tI'ranoeand Germany, suffering with small-pox/ for the purpose receive prompt attention. E. D. REES, Manager. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.

provided we are-wbat/ we proclaimed: of proceeding by train to his native I SOUTH I NORt ::--
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't L ; ourselves to be Im !1775-that la, ;a free village. The offender was taken before No. No.iiNo. 21. No.23Tl5: Table la Eff..ct July 20. 00. 1\0... :I. No. 711.Xo.. .

L W. e aud Independent people. 11 that..declar :::::::;:- Loual Woo)) P "if Wtfla I.v..... ...JACK80NVILLE........Ar 730 a i to i4 p in\"LOOif
the elvll surgeon, who, had the child BRICK BRICK *! BRICK ........ Mixed 0371'; 027a. ........ .Oranl/'e Park..."..... .... 6/111am/ 809pm Mlxod
; ci atlon Is false, then I don't know ""..here removed to the hospital. .. j. .. Mo W'y U 47 P 03410 ....... ... ... ..I'eorl".. ................. 8 311 r. In 8 01 P m T""a
4 I at." If the t. ........ and. Fri ...... ...Mal/noU.: ... ........... .. .... .... Th"'dl,
am government was stabllsh -
t .. .. .. .... .. 10 III P. 9117a. ...Green Cove 00 lUll.. "
........ .. .. ...... .. . .. Springs..6. m 8&1
p i; by law the rfngle geld standard .,.... ,. .. ... ... ... ,
In the ftist work of .
many cases, Ayer'sSarsapsxitla ........ 10 11111 112111' 104llR.. ... ...Palatka....... ..:. ... ll00am 4411pm '
t I for currency she would ..establish a Is to expel .the effects of the .... .... 11 2-Ia 11112p 11 Ilia ........r'.......fI..tlluma..I.. 426am 4121.m 32.1p'laps/
I. standard of of aonething aVe other medicines that have been tried In East Brick Co. .... .. 11 411a 1207p 11 31a ......... .... I'llmona..... .. .. .... 4 10 a m 8Mn! 24pn:!
tl eurrcney Coast ..... .. 12 IIII' 1222a 11 4Ia. ....,....Cre Citv.Juinctlon ... ... 8113.01 341 I
4 t fl11 r has not a :Jdollar'to stand on and could vain. It would be a savtlng\ of time and .... ... 12 SOp 1240a 12 ()(I" .. ........... .Revllle. ... .... .... ... aMam 3l'lpm: pill IMpm lamps:/
money If experimenters took Ayer'a Sarsaparilla ........ 2:11I: p 1 las 1\14:1": .. .... ..DeLfoon Sprlnga.. .... ... 2117.am 240pm 112311I
L ;h 'i not issue any redeemable money, because at first instead of at last. ........ 3 20 I' 1 20 a 12 112".. .... .... ...... Hlen"J",1 ......... ....... 411 a m 2 al "m 10 4Ii III
i she has nothing to redeem with. Jacksonville Florida. .'. .... 4I) P 14IIa 1101'' ........ ..Bere.fur...... ... ... .... .2 3 am 21:11: > 01 101 itin.
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420" 127f'Arl I.V.. 1MI'm ......
? Then the question arises, "Where is the' The most In .......... 320 p.. ... ... 111II".Lvi ,...DeLand ....... .... { Ar...., -232I.m .... ...
expensive parliament AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor o'$2. 11111' ....... .F.nterprIAe. ., ....... .. II III am., .
: j i? currency of the country to come from ," Europe Is that of France." The two Are MANUFACTURING GOOD, HARD BRICK ........ ...... .. ... .... .. 4 OlilAr .........TITLTSVILLE........ Lv.. h t710aOl.
National banks furnish the East Coast. Will lowest .... ... ........ ........ ...... ....... .Paola..... ... ....... .. ....
no reaching prices.
except points give
eufroaey chambers cost the nation $1,000,000()() on very ........ ... ...... ..... .. ... .......... Sorrenro..I. .. ..
, ; I: for commercial money sharks to () her J. S. SMITH, Jr., Gen'l Manager ...... .. ......... 3/11I1'/ :.........Mt. Dora............. .. .. 8411am.. "
aooually. spends $000.000
Spain on .... .. .. ... .... .... .. .. 4 lop Ar..Tavares.... ....... .. 6311alJ.\
1 ll rob the people with. A man owing representation. Italy t6:M();,000() Biitaln Jacksonville, Fla. ........ 1120p.2311a.IMpAr..Sanfcr< ..... ........ l30am 010.m

; f $40,000 worth of real estate cannot go to '7 O.ooo. ::::: : :: .::.::::: .... .. .:::::::.;:Aitamonte.....WinterParic.Spring...:::::::::: :::: :..:

t. i4 one and get a silver dollar even valued ........ ........ StOs 33111' ............ .Orl.Ddo.... ... ... ...Lv..4.. ..... ..
SAW AND PLANING;MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD, ... .... ....... .... .. ........KIMlllmm..e.. ......... .. .. '....
' .U ti 63 cents. with his wholeestateascollater. Dr. 8. C. Webb Liberty, Miss., nays : Fitlatka. FI... |B. Bay St.. Foot of Catherine. ...... ........ ..... ....... .. ....... .... .. ..
it al. Besides the government could not "I have been Pills for ..... ... .... ... oils a 6 Ill" ............. ..Lakeland ...... .., .
using Ayer's
over ....... .... .... .... .
tJ230 a II 341". ........ Jlartow...... ..... 1155am... .
4, t ; establish national banks because shed twenty-flve years, and recommend them WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY ...d. .... ........ '1131'1'' Ar..Pllnta. Oord"..... ....Lv... . ...... .
la cases of chronle dinrrhoaa, knowing/ .. .. .... ... ... ..'10511 a 1401' Ar....... .. .. ... Tampa.... ...... .Lv 5 30 pm ..... .
would have nothing to redeem her bonds .. ... .. ......... ....
their from ......Tampa Hay Hotel .... .. .. in..... .
efficiency personal
; .with. Hence the government and the experience Manufacturers of "''''... ... .... llSOa. 8201' Ar. ........ 'ore Tampa. .... ... ...Lv.41ft/ / pm ...... ...
lt having cured when other ........ ,
they every Monand Tllllra II amp I.v.. ...... ..J.ortTam"a..Ar 2311pm Thurs. and Sun.
fl .'t.r people would be without a dollar of I medicine failed." ........ Tuell"" FrI..a). 11 IM'p .... .. ....... West..Lv 930 lOIn W.I..ndllat.,
and all the of the ... . Wed an.1 Rat. 6 flea)(, Ar. . . ... "llavan", ..... Lv 12 :JIll'm Wed. and Sat.a .
; i currency currency Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *

I F ; United States would be In the banks of There are two or three lakes lu Color Dally t Daily except Sunday

?1 1{ Wall street. Then as I stated In the ado more than 10,000 feet above the A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring ceiling. siding, mouldings; shingles, Tampa Tr"lnll'2J.antl dal). : 78-ThrollBh Pullman' Buffet Sleeping Cars between :New York and Tort
'L1J1 outset is It best to lock the of
: *.. ;.L .. ._, . .currency. level of the sea. lath and pickets always on hand] thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress Train 2:1: leavIng. : 'kIlOllvllle'' dally at 8:00( a m., arrived at Hawthorne at 11 ::4i.: Oalneivllto
1i; I. I: sue unueu states up in me oanxs or mouldings of all 12:411: \, Ocala I ::311. LeeiiliurR: 3::8H Brooknvllle 0:011": m. Train leaving: Jacksonville at S::00( p. m.
; patterns a specialty.
I arrives at Oakland 8::12 a.m., Lnroix-hee 10-1/, ) a. m., Tarpon SI'rlnga.3:3fl: Clearwater 4.33 p.
'1$ Wall street, as the single gold standard To make the hair grow a natural color When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. m., fit Petersburg: p. m., daily except Sunday. p.m.
tr ; .j'IM would do, or establish a currency Available prevents baldness and keep the scalp Trains 21 and 32. through Pullman Bleeping cars between Jacksonville and Tampa.W. .

I .j.r' 1 for the use of the people That is healthy, Hall's Hair Renewer was invented ---------. -- ---- General. B. COFFIN.Superintendent. o. 1). ACKERLY
General Passenger/ Agent.
and has Itself successful
proved
4 f the only Issue in the matter; and what ,
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f"" 1 h "l Europe, Asia or ,Africa or the 10 to 1,

t.t: }, 't or the Intrinsic stable values, so-called, :Men who have seen a great deal of life HARRY MASON & CO. &

(:: t } : : has to do with the question, I cannot don't always end by choosing their wives ,r The florida (Central : peninsular Railroa

l' : I see-as I have stated before-there Is no well.-George Eliot.

\ 1 J t 1. I.' such thing as Intrinsic stable value Inj I H. MASON A CO. Jobbers In Fine Imported Short Line between Florida and nil Nortl 'era Points.

: :: existence. The thing I. wholly impossi Rheumatism Is a foe which gives no W
,, ble. All values are creative and governed quarter. It torments its victims day Bay Street, Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.
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by supply, demand and availability.The and night. .Hood's Sarsapiirllla purifies JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and- Cigars, High Everett Savannah Augusta Ca., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore -
the blood and cures the. aches. and painsof
different governments of the world rheumatism. Philadelphia, New York. Boston and the East.

: stamped coin, both gold and silver limply Grade Whiskies Everett Macon Atlanta
Etc. Chattanooga, Nashville, Louitvllle, Cincinnatiand
to represent values of exchange, Just Chicago.
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]Iood'. Pills are the best family cathartic

4 4i as it does paper. Previous to governments and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock Kansas City, St

3 : stamping coin, It was used by sure. Whtakles-.Imported anil Domestic Southern Belle,Rock and Ry '1JW per gal Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
I weight to represent values of exchange lirandte-loinei.tic apple, peach blackberry anti peach and honey.from ".110 per (gal I River Junction, Pensacola Mobile New Orleans, Texas, \ exlco CalIfornIa
Una-Holland, Old TOOl, .. ,.;... ....... .,..from saM per gal and the Pacific Coast. Effective April IO, 18O( .
.1 and the stamping process was Instituted Men shrink much more than women Rum ... .. .,.tromlJmOp.rgat/
only convenience and added nothing from physical suffering deformity. Wlnra-.Port. Sherry Catawba Muscatel, Claret, etc., from.il.ou iwrgal ,.e.N' Now York Exp...... No. 38 leave Jnokmm
any ('Iare-Flne.t Brands. ..from Tliroiieh Ilillmin
.. ttt.2.1 per cane ville 7:30: a. m., daily, with :
to Its so-called stable value whatever. -Dinah C. Mulook. Bottled Be..r..h.............. .. .... .... ... .t torn *1 M per doi.US' 8TLTA a,. S g; it. Sleeiuers; for Savannah, Columbia.' WaahlneU>?<

4 hence this rUllcu'oiia nonsenoe about : All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. fm .4' re ,_, BaltImore Eastern ,points.Philadelphia Connects New for York J! oU'.lIn il,l.

; t$ honest money, 16 to 1, and 63 cent dollars Why will you buy bitter nauseating Jugs and demijohns will be packed In boxes, when so requested, without extra WM Ij :?- Arrives Jacksonville 11:00: p.m.
\ cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will V.
1 ,, Is a mere form hatched up to addle tonics when Grove's Tasteless Chill I not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. r' ACON C New York Fast Mall No. art l I"*' *-
Tonlo Is as pleasant as Lemon .1 g Jacksimvllle lame' nortnern '
Syrup. 6:110 for
daily
the brains of the people, and rob them Your druggist is authorized to refund Send for Price List or call upon MASON & CO., SAeANN5pV points and for p. Fernandlna.m. ; Arrive, jack*

of their property, as has been the result the money in every case where It falls to( 801, 307, 300, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .4,.. '0 S. son ville 10:25: a. m. '

In all countries where the gold standard cure. Price, 80 cents. 2.1-10-07: I N.-. C

i has been forced upon the people. Labor Saving i Economical Incombustible I ,g' ., Country Only Line of Middle Through florid the*. Bean rensarola Iful .HU am
; The would-be political autocrat, Cleveland Kacambla Bay Leave Jackson*Ille J:M 1.I. ?
LI Hung Chang does not drink Intoxicants ,*hesa for Lake City, Live Oak Madison *.o"t.1'J''\lO.*
\ was the first one to spring the N. TallahMsee River Junction rensarola. ,
but always serves champagne to( t1\>
New
ClSONVILLE( Orleans and the southwest Mexico
about honest lie .
question money. was "PAINT OFF. fornla and Sleeper. )
his guests. L& s.Na. the Pacific Coast. Carries
i Instantly called on to specifically define I. Arrives Jacksonville r:05 a. m.

; what he meant, and neither he or any of GUL _
Fads in Medicine. canes sly. .
his adherents has been able to explain (Patented in America. and turope.) OP -
,1T
p. Leaves Jacksonville 9:J M a. m. for Stsrkl
why silver Is not as honest as gold. There are fads In medicine. In every.. M S 1 0 0 v thorne. Silver Spring, Ocala, nainesvllUh CWsrKey

: It Is claimed the silver dollar is dishonest thing else, and a "new thing" frequentlysells \ Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces C 5; Orlando, Wildwood, Lacoochee., Leesbnre Uacle, Tavares City: riant, AP'K;CIty*,

? because Its face value Is 53 cents. for a short time simply because it U 0.W. oe. Tampa. .Arrive Jacksonville 3:.W p.m.Cincinnati .
new. But In medicine as In nothingelse ..
Does the rest with the silver
t dishonesty the people demand and will be sat Instead of Off -

dollar, or Is the silver dollar still honest, isfied only with positive absolute merit. Chemically, Earning i\(' 'I'd.-. and Florida Limited, Leave ;
; and the rest the The fact that Hood's baa XorithsCENTRAL : :
dishonesty on manipulations Sarsaparllla ....... Cd IOn.III..8:11O p.m. Solid Ye.tibuleTTsiD. Tjmc
of the people Did the silver stood its ground against all competition, "-PAINTOFF" I. a registered! trade name of a new dlwovery In chemistry and U protected ,C-01IDA w,5 a little over 25 bonn to Cincinnati via M.*""
J and its sales have never wavered, but by letter patent of the United State. Canada. Oreat Britain and other countries. It I. the reoult ..11 Atlanta Chattanooga. Connect for ft** 5d7EMlUUR !
north
dollar represent any more than Its value have remained steadily at the top demo of patient research and experiment with the purpose In view of finding a cheap simple and active .... f' a'S Lonlsvllle. Chicago and all points.
before John Sherman demonatised silver ,solvent of old paint and varnish that would supplant the old method of burning and scraping off west. Arrive Jacksonville 830a.m.Holly :
L onstrates beyond; any doubt the Intrinsic toe san,.. M4 Casntctleas. \ .

J with his fraud In 1873. He says his famous virtues of this medicine. The Gilmore & Son Painters and Decorators Jacksonville! Fla., write: "We' haye -- .- j,

s 1 bill was openly discussed In Congress new things have. come and gone batHood's I given Palntoff a trial, and can say that in 45 years experience as a painter it is the I7J1Alr 5*.at. so, "Oalll Springs Rout !It.! Anl... Kansas CityChlrano. -
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{ for three before Its'passage.. Sarsaparilla rests upon the solid 'best paint remover in the market." Leave .J""II_..II.. .:/M! P- D1rM.mnhl. ;.
years "
foundation P" -
absolute and
of merit its Macon Atlanta, HoUy
r1 Leaving out what several members of power to cure, and Its sales continue to C. E. Hoyle House Painter, etc., Jacksonville Fla., writes "Having had experience change to.*Kaa.8prlnltft..ld.... Kan.... City! 5$. ai,9' Thicaro Sioux City.Birmlngnao' "Through Weeper. w;:;'..
City and .
8t. Lou'
as a practical painter for 23 take great pleasure In indorsing and only fclty.io .
years ODe change to Chicago anti Sioux
the senate say to the contrary, the records be the largest In the world. Jacksonville 8:3 .. ID. .
Palntoff and recommend it In ,
cheerfully to the public general. --1.-1
k of Congress show his statement Is R for SrSIg0** connection for Brunswick. Shortest sad quickest root"" *
W. Lansdell of Ballo .Hilditch A Co. General House Pointers,' ''Jacksonville & 11I-.1 for IDtennedlata ?
.IO P. l .-" dMklESJSfl coint.. Arrive Jacksonville *J P- ......
i false, and no such bill WM ever discussed "tXTANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR I FISh, writes: "Having given Palntoff a thorough trial, pronounce It to be a For Macon;AtlMSPtwSTiSr2iWP0'Ilt'-, .. sleepers. ..n1..Jac."m.. *.
4 in the senate. There was a mintage bill vv .women to travel for responsible I perfect success, and to be all you claim for It." Steamer-Manatee'' *1' established house in Florida.' Puflina* BJeepen a1t lot'lbt TraI.... poIDU.
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Salary
but '
ia before Congress for three years, the ; 7Send for and Testimonial to : .
;i bill he "gambled" ,through the senate 780 and' expenses. Position perman- Circulars IW": Send for Beat Indexed Township Map of Florida. to
ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed
was a complete interpolation of the stamped envelope. The National, Star South-Eastern States Palntoff, Company, N. S. PKNNINOTOK A. O. x..cOONELL.;

::1 whol. matter and a rank fraud. There Insurance Bldg., Chicago. St. Augustine Fla. Traffic Manager. General Passenger J"J.-





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WHY BUSINESS IS BAD. I I .--- -

Master Salt' I Etittfe: >ii Notice. ALEX NKAK. KRXBHT; TAYLOR. The Largest and \


UXI II.:R and by vlrtmt of a <.U>rreo of r....... In CUrcit'rnn't Till Jmllclal NEAR & TAYLOR pleto
Circuit of
.." and *ule litnuutl tint of the Cirt'tift .
('''''lrt or Ifivvnril, ','',",. FlorlilH, on the FloHiln. ,. In unit lotUievnrd" ('otiutyIS (Succesnnr to John. McAllister.)
:ioth (h'y..r HfptemtMT, A l> IHINI. hcri'ln Aaron GEO. S. HACKER
t' A. IMtruiiw. IH roiiipluttmnt. and Hiciilieu' l D. CltAMhltY; : Artesian Well Contractors
Uullt..r end III* wife Ma L. Ovlicvr are "r..I-. l- Edward RudlHlll, h. ,
elite, I Will. .cll at miMiuiuu'tlnti" In f..mt..t tlm Vs. ( Hill for Divorce.
..aa -=='-- aa- court houm) floor ,In lUiivlllttt .llIrll1lt; Ihi Ujial Fanny HiiiilMlll. )it EAU: GAI..LIE. FLA. r
vs muB hour of Halo, upon tilt tint. Monday In :NovtintIMT i FFIOAV1T: biivlnirliccn filed In this court. r'RUn I
the sainti Ix-lnii tie M>COIII.1 lniiiant that
r ""'''Ihto the .101 IHIHC lilililvr for cash, Fanny Huill-lll. the | .
over .rl
\ age < ,
the fuliuwhgdnscrlbed lamia, ,..ILI..t.IoI l In Hre- and that lour re.lileinr la"nkll.....n. years
v"r.I'o"ntv. lorlila* to-wft I Now thureforv, It IK ordered. that '
><>u. the said
All of the northtmHt qiutrtcr of. section 10, Kanny RiiiliHlll do appear. to tin olll 01 IMUII-,
1 townehlp24ewtthofrenge: ) ; .MI eusr.. exft>i>t the plaint In thla cause ut tlm clurk's olllre in 'rl II"-
11urth-hall of tlm northwest quarter of Paid vllle Florlil, on tile

__ northeiwt IngtnN| .t4Iwret/forsbl quaru-r' ; ale? ewupt bv nalil tlio thrtxi Stei'huu' )' follow.l>. KIKST :MOMlAY IN KCKMIIKR: : A H 1K1H1 1 1.

/ Urlner, to-wltl Five' BITI'K milil to Hol,,M t U. H. and answer said bill In duo course, otlu>rol..e
( rant, ....tll'.vl.1 St. dalr Nrnhlt' liy iltwil. iliitvil same will be taken against von aa ......r..MM..I. THEPLANT H
?$ .Inly tit h, 1KKH mill rtHorduil lit Haiti county. July.. This order to be pulillHlied wllli ...little. dclav .a
ml. 1W4H, in bonk. '. as possible In the INDIAN,
.,. "K", |price'' ) 11. a'ven Hint a Hi v Kit Anvr'Arx
half, l73t'a.'re< wild to Andrew :Ne.hIt, bv droil onoe a week for eight couacrtitlve nuke and to
tI..tt'II.ly, i!: ty A"lttl..tlllll.IMIIH.11I hook "K," !>HUO< ar.il! lid' Done ami ordureil at the Clcrk'n oflloe at 4
forty acres sold Norman. JoliiiHtone.: by ileeil. TlrnnvllloFloridu.tab2In1! : day t>f aopteiuber, ,
dated June aith, 1HHH. anil, ... A 1> 18IK1.
""'rled in raid .;11'a111 f t
==... county Auir. Ath, Isle tn hmik "K," 1'iiure &e.> A. A. 8TKWART
;;::;- The Bald .lend hereby oonveyvil coiitalnliiK SYSTEM.Notice
7H [Seal.]
acres.I ('I.rk.ol'Utl.lecf .
will also pall all the fxllowlnir tract of lend. C. R. Stewart, I>. C. Doors, Sash,
W b Klnnlii|( at the Boutlimwt < east quarter of stH-tlooi. 10, Itn mutt IIU) redo,
thence. north twenty ro fc thence wept tiki roda. i In Circuit Court. Ilrevnrd County Moulding; and Building
thence south iwiN, ,
i3wD twenty to the pluce of I beKlnnlntr + -
; "...IIII..ntl'lnJr, lit the north wont quar Florida.Sarah .
ter of mctlon. II, tuwnMbll'| :'J4, south ruiijro 311ell.t. to Travelers. Otltcu and WarerooniH, I
,
The -
The mere pronpeot of a silver standard It driving capital away and i. na > hereby to be eullandemveye.l, pontalnlnir two triu-t 1U7H Houston Cannon '
wren, or BO much therewf.. be iiiitlU.lent VH.'
lug times bard. If we wish investors, manufacturers, traders etc. to risk to realize the amount duo oimipluliinnt may'. prln- Mark Houston 1( Divorce.

ibeir capital in our country we must chain up our free silver and repudiation milt rlpal, etc.and IntereHt, and also the vimta of '1'11114 cause' comltig on to be heard, thla day If you contemplate] a trip to any point Charleston

if we wish to alienate ourselves from tlm attlduvlt anil application. of the com* North, East, Wont: or to any Florida
I toga Of course. the rest of the com mer.'Ial GEO. ROlllnX8.\ plalnant r..r..n ..r.ll1r..r publication, and, It

world we will let loose these natural enemies of capital and progress, and wta-ao: Special' Ma..tr. amwarlng Florida) .:, but Unit 11 the.in defendant base: almcnt: renlileH for: ; more In Tampa than, point, for reliable ihformi yon, throllRb Sash Weights ,

the deed is done. that alxty he days la next pntovdlug said application and r.xtos and most oonvcnlent IIohe"l\le, ,
Alaster't,, concealing hlimtelf
Sulo.UNPKR so that service
cannot bexervodpan blot, write to the uxluralKnod who will Hardware
It Is therefore
entered that the defendant,

BISMARCK'S ADVICE. free coinage of silver) will raise the : and and by aale virtue. of a ilncrce of f..re- wee:Mack or Hnuxton demur to do nald Im bill and..appear.nMJXIJAY. \ to pluad, ans answer all letters promptly, and give

metal to '1. 29 per ounce bringing the Court for Hrevanl iHHiioil. countv. out, Florida of the, C'lrcnlt on the THE SECOND PAY OF NOVEl:\ you any necessary Information. Window' and
L It Unprejudiced, and Can We Afford to silver dollar] to par with the gold dollar, :2lttli day. ot !4."telll..r.IKIHI.| | In a certain CIIUHH. liEn A. i). imm
- Fallow It? thus giving another therein pending ," Aaron A. Inlranw la or paid Mil will be The Routes >ffer 'il' via. tlio Plant A :) :
city workingmen complainant and Klniar Jennlnjr.fl I taken aa confewieil and that
and Ida
I Mr. Bryan appears to set great store dollar as Rood: as the present one with wife AneHH| Jennlng! are defemlantii... 1 will a KIVKIC copy of AiMiH-ATRfmr this order h" published tits INDIAN System, the equipment and excellent

the| letter which Governor Cnlberron which to buy tho farmers' products. sell. at.publlo auction In front of the court Wltnesn, the Ilimorable four tnmseciitlve John 1>. weeks.Kriionm,

(Texas has received from Prince Bistk. That is to Buy to tile farmer the of houxetiouratTltusvlllednrhngthx aale, upon the rlrttt Monday' in Novemlinr"'It"1 hours A Judge of said court, mid the seal of aald court, service, are unsurpassed by any lino. Agent for "Quick Meal"

The "people's friend" is will- L> teal the name belngr the second day of aald at the court boimo In Tltuavllle Florida, tills Through Sleeper are operated on all
Bryan silver) dollar is to be a cheap dollar month to the hlitheal and heat bldilar for caah. lit day of October, A 1> 1HIHI. -" -- .

m fg to receive advice from the "Man of to pay debts with. To city labor the all the following dtmrribeil. real eHtate. situate A. A. STEWART trains of this System,. insuring Luxury

e 'ood and Iron" and the "championthe Bryan dollar] Is to be a dollar of high and In the State County:of: l'lurtdaand of HreTard-: ,( town of TltiiHvllle I 11 H.) Clorkoete,7o. WILLIAM
e Hcrlbed an follows Comfort and' convenience. .
American farmer" listens to purchasing power to buy with. Lot(3) three of the east ub-dlvlalon of Old fly O. A. Stewart, I) C.1'laHter's every ,

[hat famous friend of American agri- Free coinage of silver cannot produce yard Block (4))
altnre! who shut the German ports to these two dollars. It can produce only which County la recorded Florida. In book aa"(shown)" of deeiln on the at, page map Sale.UNPKR RI*. TODD Hooting nnd Shoot \

American pork in 1884 and to American one of the two. Why do not would be airy, Kworda of Bald county,or so niut'h there .
in 1885 and who would gladly of Mr. ask him which aa may be anrncient tn reallxo the amount due Dlv. PI1KII. Agt./ \ ( and I
atoea
supporters Bryan I the complainant .principal and intereat, and al- ; anal by virtue of a decree of fore- Tempe, Ilplkiff!
ave united all central Europe in a dollar he really means? Both the farmer so the costs of suit etc. and aalu Issuing out of the Circuit or C. JIlL HOWARD,,. City I'IISH. Agt. Tubs Water Closets and

Items league aimed directly against who wants to pay debts and the workingman OEO. 1\[. R )It8INS, Court for llrevanl county, Florida, where ,
in Charles .
Kt2-3O: : K.tnlt.! lining buslnms, under the
I American produce. Bismarck's who must buy farm produce, Special Muster arm name and style of Charles K.: Htulti M' Com ....Electric
r ther diplomatic letter la taken by Mr. are interested in having this question I pany, la complainant: : and John Houston anti
Susan K. lUiuntMi, his wife I and Charles: Ilium:, N",. ln! VorsvMli: Street,
Q'aD in his recent speeches to favor answered.-Chicago Times-Herald. SherltfM Sale.UNDIR doing business under the Ann name and style

b. free coinage of Oliver by the United of Onarlen lllues& States. The devotion of Chancellor Blanarck One Unsettled Point. will sell at public' outcry, In front of the court V V women to travel for responsible
and by virtue of an execution tanned house door at fltusvllle) Florida, during the
: to the cause of silver may be seen An old man who bore evidence of the County Court of llrevard legal hour of sale. on the first. Momlay in established horse In Florida. Salary
In a cause therein depending wherein November A 1> IHIHI to the highest and best and Ponltlitn .
historical fact which work than culture :* $780 expenses permanent.lieferonc .
the following more approached a
i .rohn M. Sander. .ia complainant, and Luther bidder for ol..b.the following desiirlbed real es
..*ara to have escaped general notice: representative of a free silver paper the Weinberg la dnfeixlant. I nave. levied upon. and tate situated in llrevanl county State of Enclose self-addreasudstamped
will Bell at publlo auction In front of the court Florida. w-wit r envelope. The National, Star gs ,
Under his guidance as chancellor of other day in the state library.
horse door, at Tltuavllle Florida, on Monday Commencing at the southwest corner of block Insurance Bldg.,. Chlootro. Jnn2l>,(>7 '
e empire and minister of commerce "Can I ask you a question'" the 2nd day of N nremlwr. A 1> IKINI. ilnrliiK the No. a, from thence northerly along the east side
the of legal hour of Nab to the beet bid of Highland avenue two hundred and sixteen (
, Prussia equivalent 1,080- "Certainly. der for cash the following: deeorwed property| ((210)) feet j front thence easterly at right angles
0,000 marks (over $270,000,000)) in "Well, if we have free silver COina(8.we' situated In the county of Hrevard, and State of with Highland avenue ninety-nine (11I1))) feet to a Sold '
leer was demonetized between the ]) all have more money, won't we'" Florida "..wit : post said post being the southwest. corner and ROYAL-TANSY ;
PILLSBKWDIS47OVKBT. NllllV
Lota IB, mand starting
IT, block 'A. Coflonnearh Im point iwf the tract ears 1!&<7. and 1881 and over $160, 000- "Why. yes, certainly. That's easy to provementAaslati0nallin I I aeo *1, towiiHbln 'M veyed from thence easterly at right angles with
o) worth of the bullion into which answer." south of rang 37 east, or BO much of above: den- Highland avenue thirty-three ((33): ) feet from r nsw rsllabl*ami.sal MBVERrAILA.A *rellsC fur sup..
erlh.'lllro..rty.. ax will IM Burtlcient thence northerly and parallel with %..
to Butlnf/ Highland I pr..xd: .Milv., scanty r pnlnfulrnvrmturatlun.
io
ere were melted had been sold by "Well what I want to know said Bald execution and avenue '.
eonta. seventy-nve (7ft) feet, from thence west Now nsvil by ovor. ..,.11I0
|1879. In that year, finding that therite the old fellow earnestly "is whether J. E. BOWMAN erly at right angles with Highland avenue 1.41. ln.laontuth.w or"..... lleo
thirty-three ((83)) feet from thence l' l1 W .. JMUIMp '
i of silver was becoming demoral- they will bring it to me or whether I'll oct2-30 Sheriff llrevanl Co. allel with Highland avenue severity-five southerly((7lV) par feet ..:.P'r..a small tH : l. Bum John B.
.I.d In .1Itt1l" 4o littamiti
pied, M that his remaining 109,000,000 have to go after It. "Nebraska StateJournal. to the post above mentioned. Said tract of land I t! for plain partloulam.wrapper.slold ttr |IM*.|
being situated on l"ts four ((4)) and five ( ) f ,dr ,.1.poraln!+.s.VaVrkalMRal Metropolitan.. fcnUoon, 12!)
ffai depreciating he stopped sales by a block vlliag
In Circuit two(2)aeordingtothe(: ) recorded e aALASiW01ATleNUYlwe.ll4T ,
Court Ilrevuril
ecree issued in May, 1879. These Cotin- plat of the village: of Kail Halite, situated h JACKSONVILLE
If Thirty Pound of Wheat Made a Bubal, section IH In township 27, south of range a T Solid\ by J. K. Sereven, only
lets were frankly stated by his dele- ty Florida. east said plat being recorded. on IHH4, Wholesale- anal netall...... J"i
tes to the international monetary conference would you have any more wheat or In book D. page 374, of the records IIIllllth Clerk -----

of 1881, when Germany like- could you buy any more food clothes. or C: T). Flood 1) of the Circuit Court of Hrevard county Florida
implements with the proceeds of ,.ourorop vs. R. FREEMAN: HALT.,
wise offered to suspend sales] for a timein Jainm. E. Rowinnn as sheriff I oct2-30 "Hiwclal' Muster. WHEN YOU FURNITURE #
order that the price might not be than you do now? of llrevanl county, and ex-
further depressed. With these assurances If 50 .cents were a dollar would your, offii-lo administrator of the FEEL SHAKY I

before and crops bring you any more of the things estate of J. A. Tomajo lwyV ForecliMiire liter Master's Sale. I WHOLESALE and
the monetary powers deceased, E. L. Dwyer I l.iun. WHY NOT TRY

with the decree of 1879 till in force that you need than you get now? Mr her*'surviving. R. Hiidnut husbndanrl: anilHtiilnnt : ,

Bismarck saw an opportunity of dumping her husband, anil UNDER.and by virtue of a degree of fore INTERSMITHSCHILLJOMIC
some German silver on the sly and WhlohT Which Fre.1 F. Heal.UNDKH Court. ..for. ami Jlrev..r.I'ollntv.sale issningontol In the Circuit
a th..reIn
promptly proceeded to do so. In 1888 In communities where wageworker* lid" bv lln virtue the. of above a final decree rove depending wherein Jacob llcck la pause conipl, In-* r..

the Egyptian government decided to predominate Mr. Bryan continues to wherein C. it. Flood' I* cmnilulnant entitled| cause, anil i olTer ant anal for John aale to Jobnaon the highest: Is and defendant best bidder 1 shall for ,
intention of cheapening the James .:. Bowmen an nherlfT. etc, e'. al.! +, '
a
change ita coinage and invited bids for deny any refmomtants, the are cash, during the hours of II a. tn. to 1 p. in., on ,
dollar. He knows and they know that ... by Honitrable John D. Hronnie i Monday the Vnd day of November 1HIMI at Vero,
contracts to coin ita silver piasters. The Ire ot said court,and ilateil lath day of Hepteinlivr -. I Hrevard county, Klorldu"' the following den THE MEDICINE \
German mint secured the contract to this would mean diminishing by one- Master l 1WMI eeilthelandhereinafter I Hlwcml.+ I orllied 1".nn..ll.rn".rty. to-wlt I
of and to dworlled : I, The saw. mill, together with engine, bolterplaner OP KNOWN MERIT.
make the coin and incidentally furnished half the purchasing power wages as Special Master aforenalil, wllj on Monl ,
lilY and all the tools
$3,189,600 of silver bullion to Egypt. reducing by one-half the value of all tbe 2nd day. of November) A I> IMmi, the same be-. purtenances to said mill ,1"'I..nlClnllb..loK furnishings and the ap SOLO mVfRYWHBRB

The matter savings insurances and loans And so ale the first Monday an November and a legal| property of the defendant, John li. Johnson, A/1TNU/iPfTtRaOO.LONIaYILLf.KY.
was kept very quiet or escaped day within the legal hours of salts, In front and
situated
being at Vero Florida. ..
QsTMaTJMt AoaNTThe
general notice. Reference to it he pretends that free coinage will increase of the court bourn door at Tltusvllle In said
county and state, sell for rash A. J. LEWIS
to the
the of blithest
will 1 be by nearly one-half price
found however, in the London hitidertherefore the north-half. of lot 8 and lot oct: -octao Special Maater.Samples .
Economist of Deo. 4, 1886 which saw in liver and make a silver dollar worth 4of section 21), south of range: iW east) said 1 Walton Rapid Calking Machine
land lying and being In Ilrevwil -
its proof of Bismarck's lack of faith in truly as much as .a gold one. Ida or so much thereof: will lie dismay nwemmry, Flor-to of 'Tnlntoff" may be ham No. one, $5; No. two, 910; No. three, $10Tltusvlllo

liver. But in the west and in farming communities realize the amounts ordered to lie paid by said at the ADVOCATE office free of clinrge. ] Fla. -
decree, and the costs of said suit..
"
Mr. waxes eloquent on
With all his faults, Bismarck ia a Bryan
the need of dollar to increase D. L. OAITLDKN, I ----
cheaper
sturdy patriot. To help the German a oct2-3 ------------------------

distiller he WM willing to see trichinas the price of farm products and enablethe Special Master.Sherlff'H .

in every American pig and to protect farmer to pay $100 of debt with $51

the German farmer he smelled bugs on in silver. Leading silver advocates at Hale. .

every American potato. Germany baa the west have repudiated Mr. Bryan' sR.Southern : \to

today 1107,000,000 worth of silver idea for eastern hearers only that free UNDER anal by virtue of an execution Issued,

whose value ia declining. If the United coinage will increase the price of silver In a the cause Circuit therein Court depending for. Jlrevard? wherein County m 9 I ", ay. .

States could be induced to follow the to $1.29. They ay flatly that such dol R. McCormlck la complainant and b. l.. Olh-. \

example of lars would be aa bad aa gold. Whatthey B .n IB defendant I have levied upon and will rURNTURIO nf every .
Egypt and give Germany a
Bell at publlo auction In front of the
chance to do some more unloading, want ia a dollar worth only 51 house door at Tltunvllle during the legal bourn court ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. I for 518.1k iirluas.). rclllb'. paid on

where i Is the ex-ohan- of sale, on the first Monday In November. A I) E. M. .
harm from the cents.Which IKINI, to the and best l>lilil..r for cash.
cellor's point of view, in writing a letter dollar does. Mr. Bryan really the highest eal estate, situate In ROOM CA'RS. DINING i 14 East Hay St.

of not entirely disinterested advice want He cannot have both. Which ia c the<>-wiC county 1JitlJlnnlng..t of llrevard, and tttate' of Florlila, THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ,

to be bunkoed-the workingman or the the west. or northwest corner of CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES I WEAK MEN MADE
Th. ".rlts> Strong Man. farmer, the mine owner or the debtor of a tract vf land deeileil. to HIs".kshe.r and
Kaaon thence south 1110 1o m. west lO.iM:. chains, VESTIBULED TRAINS.
Just watch the great Mr. Which?-New York World. thence south..' 10 tn.a .t IB: .03 chains, thence. I
8w y i sn,,+h "4= DO in. west to the east line of land of
+ Bryan the Silver Samsonof Why Capital la Timid Today. P. J. NelllKan, thence south to the line of the il KInOdr.
the Platte aa he performs Flemlntf Urant. thence. southerly along the line MORTH AND E"'ST. NORTH AND WE5T' .
There is capital enough for every of Fleming Grant to the north line of the Wharf
w, his world'renowned business enterprise and b y Tract thence north 419 21 m. east "n.ll'' chain
legitimate to post on the bank of Indian Rive r about 10 N. .1'1.' .IS Nn' 13 1"DAY. ('''" '
feat of raising the bullion the processes of credit it can be multi feet north of Hhaon'B wharf ,More northerly v... flI. N. 1"'.. N.. TAll

value of silver from 67 plied indefinitely] but it cannot be set east. the rNlaekahear ands" _aorth,,,th- TrlOl_ D..II1" LI....'... All 1'.1. Dell,. Dn.' ...'n....'.. What PEPPER'S !E! !
'" fear that it comer an nere I H.n. .,,1.'" lC.pr... It sot. powerfnTiy and q ek I
:I cents to $1.39 per ounce at its work so long aa men south 433: went along south. line of said tract others fsll. Tonne; ansn regain :
eUver"bammer. will be suddenly cheapened in the uuia g. 6.H7 chains thence north 3H3 west W.4V) chains lose recover youthful visor.. Ja
with his big "free to place of beginning. Also lot No.:it of section NaJ--;;;; aeteed C.Cues :=:
to the ownerunless : Jank.nnvilha. P AA, :
i I My, ain't he Capital brings no return in, township/ 31) south range 39 east,' containing Lv" 'rill.. ..a..P........ lau..m I" pm Lr.. Ev.nl/.Southern 1O1'L40! pm .m elt s..e.erIrktlF., Ii.g _..
he somehow puts it at the service 4,"acres. AieaboeNa't.ndtMamtbweatgnsr: LvSv.nttP.O.AP".leffi.ra'I6pm: e..ee end .vf.cts s J
strong I Itl I1 tar of southeast quarter of section II I, township XP.k..a. oaTh"ra T6 la.m 6 10 pm eMcr.fOra. Wards o 1: n1 : :!
of the community, but the tempting 31 autitb, range 38 east; also the southwest gear LvSan.'abF.C.AP..1426pm1l26pm .. At..I.. ..... 6o .m 116 pm natal 11,1 dro Mt impose a ...:
lure the.lender follow ia profit, and ta01 northwest quarter lid the northeast Lv OOlrambl.Hou'.D.' .....,... 525pm, 100.m .". Caalannegs ..... 1266 pm 410 am '""oa h"'ad,.. {n..Ws.D u'a 1",_. '
( 6 0.. 7 1& 7 Iva6Chariott.South'a. tIU .
quarter of southwest section Cln"'n..tl. i .m 80--p.
the risks are great the profits quarter 14,township ..... ... 120 126m -- Ca.. a .ssr 1'n
when ... pm .. -
31 south TiO ,
.01.311. ', containing DO acne. IA a Ie v III.. must also be great Remove the thoughtof JAMES!: BOWMAN .&.W.........D,8<)I1t..n.. ......... .d..... //Dpnini..- ...... w .. ........ = .. :
'
n risk and hoarded capital will be set oct3-ocWO BherllT. .ArDeltlmoro.Pa.R......... /00smllapm A... .. '. ..th..a ...... ?'i 1r 'Jl JDIOALeldi

free, rnHla will start up, railroads undertake .Pb1la.pll..PeJLR.. .......,..10 foam ..00. :.: K.sIU1N..K.. C...%..* H.. 1 48I................ Sold J. B. 8cr

extension and Improvement fo.NYor..a.JL.. . .11"1pm basses . . .. .... by
Notice of Election.
and hopeful enterprises commend themselves \If_ a arkrotigh

to investors. As it is, pending ,h. "iced .0 bas .11,." 11 o.n7

decision of the value of the dollar, UNDER and by virtue of authority Tested In .. PH "'l'1K"'Piii
the .
V\ everybody ia hoard Florida the ordinances of the Town of Tltuaville $..vannalh !} ".........: II A pm QUICK TIME TO ALL
is I. Win. M. Brows
spending ,
no one said town, do .Issue this t.nlaM Columbl. Soalkera.............. .10 amSpartanburg.
hand to mouth with proclamation .
ing. We live from Monday ..11" am POINTS NAMED
Election In avid town to be holden on
to East..Tlm.. 140
the machinery of prosperity idle at ourdoors. tbe'/nth: day of October, HMW, the SSSM being the r-.. .AabeYtu.. .. to eeL T'me.. pmAsheville. pmir.
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Boston CongregationalistThe fourth Monday of said mouth In the Council .. .. .. .. I vi .
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oflloeraiOne Chamber tow tee election of thsj following / .(kaoxviU.,'baaiD..Q., .0..:... ...... 'II em

eeaa&I.f ..Dd.Wu .......- Mayor. 8bort 'ran BrunswickFor ':GIla.. dad,. Through Poll..Ie.pn. .

written by the man who said One One Collector Marshal. of ... taeksoBvlli* to (".la.E.EvaetS. on..... ..

"Just principles will lead us to disrI0 seiwor One Clerk of ta..who. shall also be treasurer and a*. full information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway Of. OM

gard legal proportions Two Aldennea to serve for two yean each. System, or Its connections._
Two Aldermen to serve for one each. -
the market price of gold jn yar vas i
inquire into For MM qnexplrsd terms of Messrs. .. W
I Brady M anouwK
several countries with'which we and a. N.0......... resigned W. A. TUBE W. B. OREEW, J. M. GULP, 8. H. HaftDWIOX,

w,) Deee la.. ... A..w.ri shall principally be connected ia commerce And I .hereby give notice) that K.W:.III..... jr., >.Bk raea AgesOw .. wrlateadea*. TraflU Msaste. ...., CNav r0. Atjt..
Ib7a8 W. H. Harris and ". '. Rmaker Have been ap a. ..... ( D. O.. WaekJ..te.. IX a LUSSIC. h
Mr. Bryan tells the fannen that free and to take an average from pointed jadces. and Robert Feajtland elerk at W.......-. .ID.- .

Coinage of But Bryan disgraceful saM.l.etlo.w the approval of the Town W. a ALLEV dtu
silver wM give thorn cheap them. ttaallk dusting Coasxll of said town.
dollar with to about our Florida....... A(.at.m .
which to their debta. Attest
1Iro. pay the currencies of the world.. wlr.M.16a0wX, weat (tar ...*..,JAC ONTILL.. FLA. : N'w'
Bryan tells city.workinpnen that currency to H. J. ANTHONY, Mayor.Clerk. ..-
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J ""I'f..;\M,r.it;:I :. \ HIKDIAM RIVER .ADVOCATE.r 4- would repay silver dollars. The from November 1st to May 1st; lature.pending the convening Respectfully of yours the next, legis- shall nrr bo If pleased you need to get any a job share printing of it., we I, J. S. JOHNSON--- ?

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..\ \ '," ,:, silver men wish to take half your The Ormond, by Anderson & Price, It. A: IlARDEE.COMMISSIONKICS CO
.'.r1, insurance from widow from December .to April i
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away your open Mkiiufactnrers _
AN of
"ADVOCATE"
THE
j, ; Office:: Washington .Av ruo, Tltusvllle and children and give it to the let ; the Royal Poinciana and r.r GIVE is Good Advertising Me-
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1 t. I :. I!. Indian Klvor, Florida.JL men who borrowed from the com. Palm Beach Inn, by Fred" Sterry. :: liLKCTION. dium for those who want to increase ....Fishing SuppliesN
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"'; panics. The Inn will be open from Decem- their business.W .
WE&CtV: JOUKHAL' DEVOTIB TO TH> PBVIL ber to May, Hnd the Poinciana Commissioner District No. 1.

'}\ fi OPMBNT WMLTnANDBiCYNaeaxN' OP TUB IWDIiH UlIVEB: KOTIOM: LAKE, ADULTERATION.While from January' to April. The Royal the County Commissioners in thefuture nn.1iod..A.: .. :MLin:

,4 +,, t... Palm, at Miami, will be under the AS have to be elected In their In every section at once to sell staple
4. of II. W. Merrill who respective Districts for re-appointment,
PUBLISH EVERY FRIDAY. management goods to dealers no peddling; experience Cotton and
(i.. the majority of our,newspapers I herewith announce myself as a candidate ; Linen Netting:
s i ;' T are wasting lots of their has managed the Royal i'oinciana : to the suffrage and voters of Dls-!I unnecessary; test side line $75.00 a Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. Fill hin',

Ifl Cms, ',H. WALTON+ >>\\Ii aor.& 1'roprletor. time over politics, would it not ben since it first opened, and will open tiice No. 1, at a side election to be held month. Salary and expenses with or large cent Tackle of every Description; nT, ,'
January let. Mr. Knott will generally at the general election on Nov. 3, 180(1. commission made. Address, Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers Haiti; '
7 etc,
sensible their
little more to turn stamp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap
f.+ q iI S"INor.rlpU- attention to something that will supervise the whole system, Respectfully, and SlanufwUiiing Company, Cincin- I'I tBTAlirON: TACKLE A Sl'tO\LTI:

Twelve months.. .11.110SIx 1.00 benefit the people at large ? Have' and the forces will be about the J. l1ESDEf.l.COJllmlssloner.s nati, Ohio. Baltimore: :\It1.
same as (last winter.
Three .II .fin/ our contemporaries ever cast a
Single cojiy, ..0Thaabirtetateii thought upon how the poor (and District So. 2. ::::

r ; Strictly! advance. we may say the rich also) are be- Cnpt. It. A. llaixlo Returns I hereby announce myself as n candidate .Chickamauga Stable Company !7
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fooled by adulteration of food and for the office of County Com- ,
TliaiikH.SK missioner from the 2nd commissioners'district
I i f Include Uwypayment of postKe. drugs ? It is a well known fact of Uievard county, and respect Chattanooga, Tonn. 'Phone :33/ :

: ,, ; BiibHcrlptfonii '-ernomence any time that there are few practices which A TIAN, FtA, Oct. 19, 1808 fully ask the support of my filends. If TRIPS TO Lola Lnkoand Lola: Falls, Lookout Point, Point Park Sun,.
; ;( + affect the public ,health more, and elected, I will attend faithfully to the Rock Rock and :
; r I during MM'year.IHnwintimmnoe. Editor Advocate Rock Natural, Bridge, Telephone City Village, Chickamauga UItnry ;
i : duties pertaining to the office, ami endeavor -
in which the public and our state to serve the people to the best of Park, National Cemetery, Mission lUtlffo, Bragg's Tower, Phelp'i To"(.
1'' ..f nilvtn* must lie made per* press show less interest, than the I desire, through your courtesy, to retn ability Orchard Knob, Walden's Ridge.
I in'to the of lirevartl sincere my
t p : tonally at trio.l olllco,or 1T l> 1\'rlbing.| adulteration of food and drugs. It thanks for their voters support at the my Aliens Respectfully, JOHN R. WALKKU.Comml.siioiier.s New Brick Stables Eight and Chestnut Streets.

1 ; is true, that if the offenders are primaries, and the State election. Language SAM. W. OIILS, Minnger
': AddreiiH all oonimunic t1omt tot looked after occasionally, we get a falls me to express my sense of> : District Xo. 3.

t : INDIAN KirEH'A.1' )VOCATK, brief period of tribulation for the the personal obligations those loyal democrats To the voters of Com mlsslonc1'8 District -- ---

,\' ,, i{ TIT1MV19'.La FLORIDA. wrongdoers, but ,we are told that support have laid accorded me under me in in campaign the uenurous No. :3.: fAS w. B.: DAWSON

these little spurts are few and fur In which I was called upon to face every by action of the County Executive ,
between, and the (milk dealer is species of opposition. But while 1 con. Committee, the several candidates .
and Retail
1 '} 1 Check etc., may be made payable to CHAIILRH left to water his milk and the teed to an eminent degree of satiufaction for County Commissioners in their respective Wholesale
d II. WJU/TOH.l"'blhherand proprietor whichare at my own and our victory from a personal districts are to be nominated by
-- - trader to distribute goods point of view, I rejoice. If possible, ballot at a side election, to be held I at
a much more and ,much less tban more over the victory ait being the triumph the general election on the 3rd of November WINE & MERCHANT
rv 1 OUR TOWN ELECTION they are sold for. There seems to of the eternal much-loved principles I respectfully auk my lends and LIQUOR Q !!
t i, 9 be a great familiarity between cof- of democracy, as enunciated: by the voters of District No 3 to support
MMIV BW the fathers, and for which I Btoud and me for le-appointment as Commlsnionei'
fee and alum and bread
Monday next is the day set for chicory, especially the triumph of a demand for Respectfully, W. II. SIIAHPE.CoiiimUsioners .
milk and water, pepper and some- an American system of finance free 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
.'''ll 1: the municipal election, when we thing else, mustard and flour, but from the dictation or Intermeddling of.

?!, i ) shall have to make our -choice of ter and raargerine; and condensed any power on earth. District Xo. 4.As Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Ham,
who the destinies skimmed milk is sold and used I have no unkind feelings for those the County Commissioners have
the men are*to guide ( )
f democrats who saw fit to ,give their sup
in the future be elected in their
to
P of the town for,'the ensuing for infants' food when it has been IOI't.to MP. Branch, a gentleman; whomI respective districts for ie-appointment, Mexican and Florida Cigars

All of the aldermen robbed of all value year. present of taking off the cream and all the high esteem (but I cannot see how good to the suffrage of my lends and FINE J\A.IVOY: GIB.OCE1Zii;S
3 nre candidates for reelection, and fatty "substances, before it is con democrats could endorse his platform). voters of District No. 4, at a side electionto
and knowing that of them were WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwaids. I handle no Compound. .
many ; Goods
it would be) a 'fitting endorsement densed. This in ,itself should be held at the general election on the
C i I t ,' N M r' of their .erveee! ,this year to put bring down the wrath of mothers' influenced who thinks more by a of would-be office and demagogue his personal -, 3id day oOfovember, 18110.I arr Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

them again in ofHee. Ae to the upon unscrupulous milk dealers. interests than he does of party Respectfully JOHN HOUSTON. you wish to open an acqount you must give first-class city reference,

1, M other aspirants, ,electors +will know There is a fact underlying the old principles or his voted's good. ---- -
1 beg those who against me, or
for themselves who they consider Commissioners' District No. li.
saw which makes the .pious store-
( abstained from voting for me, to stand
the most suitable' to fill the various his clerk "John of To the voters of Commissioners District
keeper say to : firm on the :3rd November to the principles ds.
,i u't t offices, and will] vote accordingly. when you have damped the tobacco of JefTeisonlan democracy, which No. 5: eiFaTI1IUo c

I zk, : sanded the ugar and we all should justly love, because they BY the action of the County Executive -
are the sheet-anchor of our ship of state
Committee the County Commissioners
A Ki'BKCiAT.Bu: silver w standard 1 palmed off all the bad fruit and founded antiustice I.
i as they are on patriotism have hereafter to be nominated -
"t has clone much to lower.wages and vegetables, come down to prayers." to all of our people. Democracy by ballot for appointment. I here- An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept i
increase the poverty and miseryof Adulteration of food, undoubtedly, has stood the storms and tempests of n by announce myself as a candidate for

the ma sell. hits all classes, high and low, rich hundred years, and has never failed to appointment, subject to the suffrage of "
and and the healthof foster the good of the people, until during my lends, at a side election to be heldon "General Stores: DOMESTIC GOODS, NOTIONS, HATS,
poor, injures the present administration traitors Nov. 3rd, 1800.)
F'I Is IT too easy! to make .o.I'l'lvlng+ ? the innocent infant fed on con- betrayed its principles and the people. Respectfully, R. D. IIOKE. CLOTHING Etc Our prices are very reasonable, and we are pi'*>mpt 1f I In

\ The silver! wen ,promise to,onake it densed refuse instead of milk, as Democracy cannot and will not be hole I shipping. One can depend to get good value for h.
4 for the acts of traitors she
1, 1p + harder by doubling all prices.; If it does the robust and the aged, has responsible purged herself them' and driven; money. We Sell to Dealers only.
For Charter.
double will, 1x3} who eat alum in their bread and them into the of the
your wages you now camps enemy,
CLOTimG,.
-- Some "Special Bargains" in HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS,
consume it in their pastry owingto where they belong, and Is again marshal.
and if do
L better off nut dou
"a they the use of some kinds of baking ling her forces under her ancient slogan The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends'f a store recently bought out, by us-Al\>
ble will be much off
you worse so often the harbinger of victory, and on chartered: by the day, week, or month; solute Baigalns. Call on or addiessBENEDICT
and other deleterous in
than powder anywbere between Ormond and Miami.
now. the 4th day of next March will again In
.*,: + gredients. A report emanatingfrom ta.llltt1 exponent: in the white house. Good accommodations for ladies. For POLLAK & CO.,
t4 I Ii the Department of Agriculture No campaign has ever surpassed tills further particulars, write to
i 4 WHAT do you do with your .t1olt In importance. Thirty the CAPT. GEO. Cook, 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
t states that the cost of food, years ago
lars ? Spend them. Do youwish used chains were taken off from four millionsof Titusvllle, Fla.
ns drink and drugs annually by -
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to get as little or as much as .pos black slaves; shall we submit to hare
the of the United States; is
sible! for your dollars'? tYVbat people : the chains pf industrial slavery rivetedon JAMES PRITCHAHD, President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President;
; good will it do you to take. initwice, $6,760,000,000 ; $1,014,000,000 are the hands of fifty millions of white ..J. II. MENSING.. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
slaves ourselves children and
paid for the frauds and cheats our our

r if as other many'people dollars are from,to .take other as people many, used in adulterations, and $136- countrymen The 3rd d.iy? of November will tellwhether Wholesale and Retail- INDIAN RIVER STATE BAI
000,000 of these foreign elementsare
i dollars from you ? There a re i two we, by negligence: or any other
k skies the dollar. clearly injurious to the public cause, shall permit this government to COMMISSION MERCHANT
q to cheap ? health. Now, let us use up a little be longer inn by the money lords at (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Floiida.)

p less and home, and abioad..... Remember. the woidsoi.ieneiHon _
for
ul space politics, agitate cue -) Dealer In (- Authorized capital, $1 OO.OOC
: .Ever Keep eye Of vigilance
P IF thirty pounds of wheat made something that would undoubtedlybe
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open if we would maintain our F Paid capital, $25,00
7 a bushel, would you have any more for the good of the health of liberties." Let, us all turn out to a man Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Fruit, Vegetable : ccd Average up deposits, $150OOC
; wheat, or could you buy any more the general l public. Start the ball to the support of that noble man, Wm. eto. Consignments solicited!
and honest
Prompt returns guaranteed
.). Bryan, who l Is battling for our rights,
food clothes with of dailies.
or implements rolling, some
ye larket quotations and stencils furnished Banki
1 and let us not forget our own patriotic .- -.. .. Transacts a General !
the of than
I a proceeds your erop you1 Hob Davis on November 3rd. 011 application.

4' } do now ? If LO cents were a ,dollar In conclusion, I desire to Invite my 210 WEST ADANS ST., Business.
.OUR EAST COAST HOTEL
1 would your crops bring you;, constituents of every political party to
Phone ::1S;). JACKSONVILLE
i ': any more of the things that you SYSTEM.The freely put me In possession of their ideas FLA. + Largest and Oldest Bank on the Bin!
rl i { need than you get now? and wishes regarding needful legislation Reference: State Bank of Florida. ,
Exchange sold on all Foreign CountriwPlUECTOKSl
7'j bright cool October --- -- -- -- -- -- t
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THK declaration of independencewas and the many inquiries the ADVOCATE -"L---_--:1: :FLORIDA: : : : 0 i .; J ., aLnABNRTr(1'redk( .
FRITCH v.
sir AS. A no ,
is the
written by the man who said receiving from north of the National Hank of Jacksonville) t

1 "just principles will lead. us to disregard respecting our hotels, call to mind Jacksonville DURKKB: Vice-President), and W. M.National BHO\\'S.COnnESrONDKNTH. lIank',
the/-faot that Florida's tourist season EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM.
legal proportions altogether:; .
F; a to inquire into the market price of I I. nearly at hand, and it will r Seaboard:National Dank of New lori

not>be long before the great hotel __________________________________m_____ :National! Bank of Jack fJIvllle.r "
i gold in the several countries with
f which we shall principally be oou- piilaoes of the East Coast will open C. B. KNOTT GenM) Superintendent. "I".C'USVILLE9 FLA.
their,doors to visitors, seeking to
nected in commerce and to tak.ean -
I escape the wintry blasts of the Alcazar -- --- :
average from them. But W.I. .. ,
i 4 1 Bryan says it is disgraceful ito !north amidst the balmy zephyrs of ST. AUGUSTINE,

!talk about adjusting our currency the-sunny south. JOS. 1'. (REAVES; ., Manager. MIAMI -
t to the currencies of the world. JUr.: C. B. Knott, the well known Open November first to lay fiist. + + +

/ SI and popular general superintendent Casino .
v } of the hast Const lintel Sys- ,
I DOES your' salary go too far ? tew, informs\ the ADVOCATE that. ST. AUGUSTINE,
The Detroit Tribune, a free silver A. M. TAYLOR, Superintendent. !
Town
'1 paper, says : "It i h true, that under last sful. year'sseason one, and gives was the a very numberof sucee !Swimming Pool. linsaian and Turkish Baths. Lots Now on Sale

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Axed
,' an era higher prices day each hotel was open and Ponce de Leon.
1 salaries will not as tar as now
go ;
the number of guests registered at ST. AUGUSTINE, .
but now they go too far, and their HILLIS & MURRAY, A. E
each hotel. The numbers are as Managers KINGSLEY General For
d purchasing power ought to be re- follows: Ponce de Leon open 78 Open January to April. Agent
duced. These salaries
.red before the were hard mostlyestabU times days, 5,
days, 7,425 guests ; Or moral, 101 ST. AUGUSTINE,
in and
set now represent vastly
days, 2,562 guests ; Royal Poinci Koonis only Open during February and March.
than intended when the
more salaries was created." Don't ana, 82 days, J,8H( guests ; and CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
were you The Ormond
Palm Beach Inn, 110 day, 4,293 ,
r suppose wages will be affected just guests. This the Royal Palm, ORMOND-N.Tl1E.HALI FAX, all of Selected
year parts the Town.
like salaries ? Do believe Carefully
; you ANDERSON A: PRICE Managers.
at Miami, will be added to the list.
"their purchasing power ought to Open December to April. >,,"/ Fruit and
Vegetable
I be reduced t"ARE We understand that a comparl on Lands on
of the proportion of the! expenses: I Poinciana 1IRImi
Royal Riser: Bnd Buy Biscn.JlC'I
to receipts showed up better last '

your wife and children protected year than ever before, a fact that PALM FRED 8TEUHY BEACH, M. nager. ,'rr, <\ I !:: Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.

t o by insurance ? More tban; speaks well for the management of Open January to A pill. ','? Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA
ten million people have policies. Mr. Knott. Among the improve- \- ,

Twenty-five million people are ments and Innovations to be made Palm Beach Inn -

trusting to ,bole policies to care this year will be the establishmentof FRED STERRY, :Manager. --
( for them when their husbande'and academies of instruction for bicyclists Open December to May.: : '

fathers are dead. la 1895 the at each of the hotels ; and Palm Beach Casino CANDY CANDY 'CANDY !

t companies paid policy-holders and besides spacious grounds for the ,
their families $165,103,010 equivalent of E. A. WATSON, Superintendent
teaching beginners, splendid Sari .
to gold. If they could have speedways have been built for ex- Salt Fishing Water from SwlmminCPool.Ocean I'ier. Bathing.. ..>. -O The:: TacksonvWe Candy factory W:

ti paid in silver. dollars, they would perieneed riders. ca

have paid but little more than half The various hotels will be man. Royal Palm, ,' ':. Is prepared to Supply all Kinds of -

of that. The difference would not aged by the following gentlemen : MIAMI r '" i..,,I ENGLISH, FRENCH AND AMERICAN CANDIES.

have been made by the companies, Ponce de Leon, by Gillis & Murray, U. W. MERRILL, Manager. B3TII" Specialty la Stick Trade. Wholesale Only. Prices will astonish the to

!r iI but by the men who borrow gold open from January to April ; the On BIseayno Bay. Open January 1,1897.. {Write for Proprietor,
prices to J. TAYLOR
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Depnrtment of Agriculture I machine every day, cutting hay for the 1 On Monday afternoon In loss than two

1 jvefttiie'r S. Hurcau-Jtiplter.- Fla. neighbors.The most. prominent features .of the I hOUI'R.. he The l'ct.urn",1Ith shcepshvad are 1 14 only l.irgo just shfrptthead. beginning -. SILVER OR GOLD.Better G. G. SPRINGER

Is a comparative atate.r Social club's ice cream party was over. i / to run, and are probably the

be Allowing{ and rainfall, for the coats and tire In the big fire place. most desirable tish for cooking that are than either is healthy! _ _
ot tempel'lI.tllre caught: in waters. Mr. Wilson will
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ok Tuesday Oct. :!O. iSD.j8I)6 !. The ( our liver. If the liver is O. K. the Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper
. friends
.,, ending/ 1805MAX. many of Mrs. Landing I go for bass in the surf, i\s soon as the
) burg, formerly of this place now of 1 water Is fit. man is O. K. His blood is kept
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T. MAX. MIN, Mm. she Philadelphia Is married, will algal be n. surprised. to learn On Sunday, 1Mb, the genial editor of pure, his digestion perfect, and he

{October) ;6 (12m( *O 73 the ADVOCATE, Mr. C. II. Walton, and can enjoy life and act intelligently ICE I ANp.

!I ;3 > 8t: 71 Geo. Gardner has Judge Terry's groves Isis: esteemed brother, M!r. J. O. Walton. and patiently the questionsof _
77 58 79 71 worked out in fine "shape. Come on, Mr. (I. C. Elwes, Mrs. Wager and Miss upon

T* t-O ( 79 70 Uro. Chappell, with the Ives' places, Clapper, came and paid a flying visit to the day.: Yon all know what to

t 78 (67U 80 00 then all the groves will look clean and the beach, returning/ the name day. The take. "i: ou have known it for years.It .

IC' $9 04 8-& 72 nice. Waltons certainly keep In close touch is Simmons Liver Regulator Distilled Waiter :

. 82 00 81 70 with all the East: Const, which is the

ri rainfall for the week: 2:7: Inchesaiture i Send: the ADVOCATE an order for any ncqual of the newsy, I'eadubleII'.OCATK.* .
.Total from normal rainfall for the lob printing you need.] They believe I In spreading thcimelvrx, Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers. '
nnd the the business
WilY men patronize
-00 >nclie8' Departure
.ck:normal plus rainfall since January 1, the advertising pages of the pink paper hkl: .
..m Malabar. Is nn evidence that they know a good FACTORIESCocoa
IOU8 3.8\1lncheB.\) J. v. CniNK Observer. thing when they see it. WSIMMONSR and West Palm Jcach.

Mr. Walter W. Wilson Buffalo .
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A large steamer passed up the river, Y., a jolly, wholo-sDuled gentleman who

Tuesday.Miss In not above showing his Appreciation of
SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
Melbourne.LoDE \ Jennie Howell with Mrs. J. T. good things which he enjoys nnd Mr.
Ware this week. A. G. Batchelder, of New Yoik, a moin- .
her of the staff of that plienonitnal success
., & GOODE.-Heal Estate and Frank Comstock now has ripe oranges, ( the Journal, are at the Corormdo E GU LA1O R --- I

I Loans. Agents for yKtnn, London and and will have a few to ship.J. They camo.for two days bathing, and I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-

Mverpool and Globe and Imperial M. Minor, of Tlllman visitor stayed a week. Both gentlemen are so
was a
I fir Insurance. Special attention paid at C. C. Carroll's, Sunday.The delighted that they propose to return class SEEDS in the State.-
I of non-residents. ;
to tbe interests with lends early in the New Year. .

ADVOCATE In this needs a few more SllbIIcrlblll'lI They pr..nounce'the bathing: as unequalled For years you and your fathers KIT"! SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering elsewhere, All Seeds tested
neighborhood. :Send in ; nnd the fishing perfect. Both
I Mr.[ Dearborn, of Cocoanut Grove, your subscription.Mullet gentlemen are expert cyclists, and have have found it of l sterling worth.It before sent out. L. CAMERON Seedsman -

[I is In town last Monday, calling on enjoyed this wonderful beach for many is and always has been put up
are splendid
now; sweet potatoes 125 East Bay St.. JACKS:>NVILLE.
FLA.
]lends.( : are at their best-what more can acracker" a spin. only by J. :II. Zeilin & Co. Take

I Xew faces are met on our streets dally ask to make him happy ? none but the genuine. It has the --

,showing that people to Inter from In the II. C. Starck is at Wildwood, building Eau Gallie. Red Z on the front of the wrapper,
north are coming our
Ti jillly lictty]] little town. a which two-story}'aul1ll1ller house hal on rented.his garden land, and nothing elso is the same and A Fertilizer for Fruit. c.-

J Rev. W. C. Barnes delivered one of Advertise in the AHVOCATK if you nothing so good.Ulrthclay .
Sheriff Bowman brought: the ballot want to increase business.
(
at the your
J;8 splendid] sermons Episcopal box and registration book here "The Ideal FertiIizer"X31ac3
to And atTntlvo on Tues '..:.' _- Pineapple
Iliiirch last Sunday, a large -- ---- -- --- ---- ---
Miss Valentine of Is
Next / the day. Hurrah for tile election I May Tlllman Olebratlon.
congregation./( Sunday visiting at Hotel Gran.u.'a,
Lrvlce will be at 10:30: () a. m. Geo. Washburn took h his mule acrossto : : eg5.00 :ler 'I'z1.

Last Saturday afternoon ou ; boys had Wildwood, Tuesday, and will devote A. II. Paddlson left, Friday morning:, Rev II. M. Rooilell met with quite u OUA11ANTJ2ED ANALYSIS :... .....
, his time to there for for his borne at Burgan: X. C.
; time. ,
1 grand (fame of base ball, and at sun- gardening a surprise on Tuesday night, It being/ the Moisture. .. . . . . . ... ,8 to 10) Per Cent.

l.i.'\I'n you might have heard them sing: Messrs.\ Cook and Cloheoy, of Till- Rev. B. F. Brown was a guest:( of Mrs. occasion of Ills ftoth biitlulny.! lie attended Ammonia . . . . . .JSi to 1\I "
I the base ball is over man, have been of Win. Treutler from /Saturday( until Mon church as usual, thinking It was
After ,
pliotoginphing:
some
After the field is clear. the beautiful scenery around Malabar this day. Tuesday night's temperancemeeting.\ Phosphoric Acid . .. . . . ,S to (cl"I "

' Straighten/( my nose and shoulder week.C. but instead of that ho was astonished to Potash (Actual)" . . . . . ,0 to N" "
and Mrs. L. have
Capt. Frombcrger returned
Help me to find my ear.Mr. find quite a largo gatheiing of church Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nltr.ito of Nod.v, Illood. Don
W. Colton and C. F. Worm made a and are stopping: at Hotel GI'I&n.ada. -
members and tables. In thechurch
present Dissolved Phosphate, Kino Ground Tobacco Stems and Sulphate of I'otash.
John Goode Is still visiting' his j journey southward understand .
SundayVe
) decorated with
beautifully: Zj/T Wilto for directions using and further partlculais; also] ask for
Jhiifjliter Mrs. I.. C. Moore at Ercll- that Mr. Worm visitor
\ was a at tloweis. MiiHlo vucul instrumental,
Episcopal services were held at the copy of "Kconoinlcal )Fertilizing for Fruit.Ve carry a huge stock of all Fcrtlli
fauna Inn, KoseUnd.: While down there Oak Lodge, nnd Mr. Ilolton" was at his Casino last :Sunday: Archdeacon Brown -and recitations were Indulged In. BOP Mateil.il Cotton Heed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash. etc. Wilte for pilcos before -
ie Is superintending the laying out of "old camping ground.
/ officiating.: Archdeacon B. F. Brown and U"l't.| U. buying. Wo seek the growers trade dlrcrt.
Jho flower beds and shell walks at that
1*. Paddlson mldresHcs and Kov.
Ittrnctivo winter hotel. Mr. Moore, Saturday night, tho literasyclub linda Messrs. Near A Taylor( commenced gave WILSON & TOO MER
ell with line
Hood
fine was presented a very ,
meeting:, a number of visitors being
Inner and proprietor, will have one of work, Monday Morning, driving a 400ft. cake In which found several gold

Ilie finest resorts on Indian River open Several present, new including members seven were from enlisted Grant. well on the lumber yard of G. )F. Paddl pieces, "given, to were the pastor] of the chu.ch! The Fertilizer House of' Florida, i
,
visitors this season, and one of tbe son. It is rumored that we are going to
among. whom was Miss V. N. Minis. ua a token of appreciation) by the members Jacksonville, Fla.Fred'k. I
(Unctions will be a large orange grove have a sawmill in town. of bin. eongiogatlon.\ The whole]

lull of ripe fruit; also splendid fishing Gardens are progressing splendidly. Tbe dance and card party at Snrno allulr. was quite a surprise to the Uev. -- ,.- j

In]1 the l Sebastian; river, and excellent Deans are six inches high, while others last Friday evening,; was well attendedand gentleman, and he certainly appreciates: "

limiting grounds, where lots of gamean are just coming up; anti there are still greatly enjoyed by those present' the kindness of those who gave him S. Morsex

be found by those who love hunting. more to be planted. Every foot of avail The festivities were kept up until a late] such a reception on his. fiOth, ) birthday. -_-

Mr. and Mrs. W.? T. Wells, with their able land on this side of the river and on ((01' early) hour. The cake was. a very line one, and thickly
the east side also Is put out In beans, Iced and the Advocate wait favored
laughter, Miss Gladys and two sons, .
,
Mr. and Mrs. Goo. F. and fami-
pi rived In town from New York last tomatoes, eggplants: etc. There will be Ensey with a piece of It. =: AI := TAT: : =
of nnd
nliuraday evening. We welcome this an Immense vegetable crop shipped from ly, Tropic, wore visiting\ Captain .. ,
this section If all goes well. Mrs. Wm. McIntyre last /Sunday.: Theopportunity
Bine family to our little town and trust
khcy will noon help to make ,it a bigger: service was taken of all advantage attending( of.Episcopal Capture of this Dualities' :MX4S14II: :l>ac1o Oo., FLOEl.XI: >.A. J

[town by dividing:; Into lots that valuable Tinr a gallon of Losley, Renaker &: Cos.' :
(tract\: of land they own on the bluff. It Pure Rye Whiskey at $:t.fiO i a 'gallon. Two of our young' men were before The United Stated warship Raleigh AGENT FOR LANDS OF ; l lt
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Books as If they surely ment business by Mayor Roesch, Monday morning, charged fired solid shot at the steamer K. L. -' t

jtliecailond: of goods they have brought with being drunk and disorderly. Mabey, Jacksonville. Wednesday and
hltli them, and the fine new house they Sebastian. They were each fined ft and costs, leniency drove the Mabey back Into Mosquito In Florida East Coast. Hallway Company,

Iliad] built here this fall. We have room being shown them on account of let. At the time she fired the shots, the )Florida Coast Line Canal &: Transpoitatlon Company,

for many more such families here, and their youth, this being their flrstoffense. I Raleigh. had the alleged filibuster Daunt- Boston &: Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.
]hope they will come goon and make Billy Buster, a Seminole Indian brave, less in tow.
Rev. W. C. Barnes brought large .
was in town Tuesday selling venison. : a : -------- ------
|their homo with us, as those have done. party from Melbourne on his launch last A special; dispatch from the New

Twenty-four Melbournltes\ attendedthe Mr. B. F. llardosty made a business Friday: evening to attend the dancus. Smyrna correspondent of the Times-.
to Titusville this week. Union tells the story as follows: The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
dance, given by the Eau Gallie whist trip Owing to the rain the party were compelled
lilub, at Hotel du Nil, Sarno, last: Fri. Rev. W. I. Louder returned home on to remain all night, the steamer "The Mabey arrived hero Tuesday afternoon ,
this
amid left
morning at day
I'lay evening. All time from where he Spartan carrying them home Saturday
report a splendid Tuesday Hastings! spent
l.ind wish to thank Messrs. Gilbert and :Sunday. morning.It light. She was heading out to sea when 33. StTJ3OIjO"W", -cxi'1: : :JManagor.: ::
the big man-of-war, with a tug In tow,
l.lunes I'lur' for the special care bestowed on Miss Jessie Xewlain visited friends in is a pleasure to see our school-bouse bore townspeople who were detained looking bright and cheerful once more the could 1
there Melbourne this week. to atop Before Mabey! South Jacksonville Florida.
on account of the rainstorm that
after its funereal And dtasertpd ,
appearance obey, a gun was hired, but evidentlya
night. Among those from Melbourne R. A. Hardee: Co., are shipping all summer-blight outside with Its blank cartridge was used. MANUFACTURER OF
l I\'e noticed Mrs. E. Campbell, the Messrs. large consignments of fish to northern fresh coat of paint, and cheerful within As the little nidewlieel steamer did not -

I P.I'. Powell, William Chaffee, K. W. markets.Mr. I with its bright and happy( faces.; Mrs. come about as quickly as those on the

bell Ijtoodo; C., Allen. E. Campbell, F. C. Camp- Robert Ayers) of Woodley, was Sweet is to.be congratulated{ l on the neat warship thought she should, another FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
Campbell W. C. Barnes the ,
,
I Misses ; calling on friends here this week. Appearance of her school, with a regular gun was' tired, and I a solid shot Hew
Annie E. Goode. A. J. Goode, I attendance; of 21! scholars, across her I bows anil struck the water a '

I Lillie Nicholson Kobertson, Mollie Jessie Nicholson Goode, ,Wallle John Iin Mr town; Joseph recently.Mr. Williamson. of Micco, was I A subscription list is. being) circulatedfor few feet away, throwing the spray. higher Vegetables, and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material,
than decks of the

l luMsvlhunr* Frank,Powell Ola Johnson, Maude, Powell Carrie,Jobnl Susie- \ Henry Stypman, of Stuart, has accepted funds the for purpose shelling of our raising streets.additional By thepurchase Tills the hint was. sutllclunt steamer, and the Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Kanit, Etc. Also

Johnson/ : a position with 8. Kitching. of the the Eau Mabey turned and headed for the Inlet.
| Sam Marten. bridge over The llalelgu followed, and Is. now anchored Tho ::J: WaX1. '1.1 ::EXarc1-TI.D:1oa: : : EJrar.a.d.:
Gallie river tho Commissioners
by County -
Mr L. C. Moore, of Krcildoune Inn, and from other tho authorities oil the bar about three miles\ at Ammonia . '4 to A per cent j
[Remember sources,
yUle does the ADVOCATE, TltusI paid our town a short visit lately. have In hand about ,jOt). It Is the sea Available Plum. Acid. .., ,(II I to H per cent > For lj4n.oor Toil.
,
us a share. all of kinds of job printing. Give Miss Walker, of Woodley is visiting intention to use all possible dilllgenco "The ;Mabey took on a quantity of Potash K 0. . ..11(I to 7 per cent ) .
work.
| your ] her friend, Mrs. Goo. UI'a doek. Miss In forwarding: the work, so that our coal while here, and, it U supposed that Highest Cummeiclal Value given our brands the last Itulletln. U'llte for

Walker is delighted with :Sebastian. town may show ns fine streets as those she was going: out to put the coal on the Prices.. Orders for :2 tons and upwards fur our brands will be ilrllvereil free *f all

Banyan. Miss Sallia Poppel returned home today of any town on Indian River the coming Dauntless, which was evidently coming freight charguH to any railroad depot on the East Coast lit catalogue prices untIl
up the coast to meet her when she wise further notice.
winter .
after spending a few days at Reams. the Italulgh and taken In
captured by . _. .. -
C. - -- --
L. Stewart. and family have just re- Two Manatee were seen sporting near tow. The Raleigh will probably take
I tinned from Toledo, where they have Kltchln '. dock by Master Cleveland both vessels In tow end carry: them to DUREN& FEASTER.
I 'been visiting J. T. Stewart and family.The last week. Roseland. the St. John's bar, where they will be .....
turned over to the United States revenue
| sportsmen are having a grand Mr.\ William McBride< of Seville, has cutters Boutwell and Morilll." GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and
I tilDe' booting birds, which are very moved here for the winter, to engage in Everybody along the East Coast should ,
I Plentiful around business read the ADVOCATE. -- ---- ---- ;
here. the truck Crockery
Western Meats of All Kinds ?} aLTn"; 7rseo.ctea.TITUSVILI.E
,
I w- M. Brown, of Titusville, has two Mr.\ Bruebaker, tool inspector for theF. H. D. RurTner Is preparing ground for Dcutli at Cocoa. ; ., .

I acres of the finest beans we have seen E. C. R'y., registered at the Palm potatoes and beans, intending to plant !::, FLORIDA.

I hUstler.Mr.tins season ills foreman, Collins, is a House last :Sunday. for the market. Captain A. O. Pnlne. father of the
.
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Buggies are becoming: popular In our D. Cain Is setting out several acres In City Marshal, died suddenly, on {Saturday

Reagan, who planted a crop of town. We noticed several them out tomatoes.W. night at Ills homo In Cocoa at the
tomatoes last advanced ago' of 70 years. Ho was GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !
IJace "enson on C. Magruder'h last Sunday evening.Mr. : Fowlks has left Tillby cottage,
burled afternoon In the
Sunday:! -
,'again?" returned try from the north and \ Geo. Braddock has started a truck and In. now employed by L. C. Moore at of a large assemblage of people.presence
trucking.
farm at Reams and we wish him much : Ercildoune. lie leaves a wife and( three sons, two

L. D. Hancock has Just completed a success. The road from Mr. Diake's place Is of whom are living In New York, anda

at Very.ntlev'neat cottage on his beautiful place Mr. S. Kitcbing: has again opened store being thoroughly: grubbed:( and it Improves daughter, Mrs. J. W. Taylor. LITTLE EROB.4 .....
where he
owns one of the of
best on the Sebastian Hirer. the appearance B.iy street veiymuch.
groves
on the
river. .
:Stanley Kitcbing has a fine-looking
FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
TIC\ a pony but he certainly will balk. On Sund.iy last L. C. Uoore accompanied .Statement of Town Finance<< -
gallon of Lesley, Renaker &: Cos.' by Messrs. Goode, Fowlks and
Pure Rye Whiskey at $3.50 a gallon. We notice several of our citizens removing made the Sebastian riverIn from Dec. U.'Jrd IHOfl, to
Ely, run up O z ;:r ao1c. :J:1: V'l.11o": F1a.,
the weeds from their places this the launch Tarter, going: all far as the Oct. imii, IHfMJ.1SUA .
week, which shows they are emulated Cinclnnatus railroad bridge. Aro Offering Their .

I by a spirit of neatness. I ICerell.t-- .,.,
LaGrange. I | A.1] :rO"\LD.d. :eraD.d.:
Wm. Braddock, Jr., came over to town lwo.23 ('""." on )h.m.l 124..12 .. .. .

Hear ', from his truck farm across the river, Planting Royal I'ulniM. Ciwli wrnu. |I'l. in 1W.1.M
hunting I Is the order of the day. :Saturday, so that be could spend :Sunday :1MW1.31 at Excootlinwly Low Price of

on$9lIirrel the I antI dove plea are no rarety 'with his parents. The steamer Biicayne, Captain From- Wmu.fIsbur.eientiq.l "". iMi'l K. M. 1",1.114' .. ..
bill .. .' .' .
of fare nowadays.arThol has .. .. _,. 3MIMJSC ;; .. ma5 Per To.
Miss Edith KItcliing an orange berger, arrived at Miami Sunday night, ..1." ? Johnson Sr wile and daughter tree which has sixteen oranges on It. from cruise along the west coast I In

friends at- Sharpes. This Is a free silver tree, and It 1 is not the neighborhood of Cape Sable and :.lJI.1I-I ( Ammonia. . . ..S to 0 per cent
afraid to show Its colors-16 to 1. the Ten Thousand. Islands. Among 514151 Guaranteed Ajialysle: J Available Phosphoric Acid..4 to a" "
. .
Ilo.\? / about to four months, Mr. Myerswfer. those. on board. were: 31 m. Julia L). ( l III Cub on luuiflTh & ; 1JIIn ( Actual Potash . . . .I: _8 to 4 "
Sllad'8 wind min In running l doc all Tuttle, Harry .Tuttle, and Charles
the ADVOCATE
Remember, Manufactured from the Purest Aromonlates and Potashes
Super-phosphatei,
Thompson juartemaster Prow of the Blx va talament taken from the Tltim-
Rev.: s. F. Oove- kinds of Job Piloting.Coronado. steamer City of Richmond wan also of villa "...... nN'urdft khuwfl tti t Mutual. receipt.. .u.llUliunwiimnu Nothing better. for Plneapplun, Vegetables and present condition of the Orange!, '
the divine of .
''tort Baptist ( of the prm n( Sown iMlmlnltratlnn. .
Pierce, 'Is visiting friends the party. The cruise was made up The ruuxm espense. a'I..a to N ... Trees.A
here. among fine stock of all kinds of Fertilizer Material hand.Of .
Beach. for a search for royal palm trees, to blifh, In IMCBIIM there I. IiicIu.Ia.I l In the al>nvxi constantly on
help ornament the ground of tbe new >enilltiir.. 5t1404.4)4, pslil. tot old "icrlpt or rth."rMript Write for Pamphlet ansi Prices.
31..
A. Iwuwl prior to MM mnmlnic of oltliN by
Stewart '
lan fro : brought in some ,fine haa occupied Hotel Royal! Palm and] those of Fort the priHMtne council. TbU uumnt" 'ledmicted LITTLE .BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO..
who .
week. m his! Jake place one day this Old Mrs. Austin Dallas, the home of Mrs. Tuttle. The from dUliunwiiMnta M ste,.., .how. the actual
the Maker cottage for five winters on the running.. to date to (. ,I.WJJXLSIt Jacksonville Fla.
The arrived. She Is at present at trees-about two tons and very flue will IM iponiM.............. iliaC during 111* Hn the
I'tone..r beach, has divided and .. ----
Cooperage shipped a nice Is usually peelmeno-were equally town reoonU w.rS d troj l, and an mtlnutM
tank the the Coronado. Her appearance on the grounds of the Royal only can now tM nruula at tlMlnitobUHlnmwa tbpraiwnt .
planted a ,
week.Sherj. City Point school house this welcomed M the "advanced guard of Palm hotel sod Mrs. Tattle's property.D tlm*. An appro*Imato mtlinaM. wouldmak f'.I8r THE "ADVOCATE" does first-class;' up-to-date
,
the winter gue.u; this year however, It Ii 1.1 joomiut couflMt this amount th.uwI. ,
already Fort Dllllaa. !I. du. lb. town or delinquent tax** ib. Mm ofVtVMTt
a BO"DI&a, wife sad & ter, 'p at she I J. not, as three cottage are : drawingIntermt at the raM of 23 pre JOB PRINTING and we are prepared to meet all Competitionin
day wt& trl.md.lsie, occupied for the winter. .nt per...na....and 9M4M ......... tax, ....k- ,
7-teU&rtt : ,. .. -' for o blank lOc. each; 9100 per 100 at !.(.total olHJOIJH.II.
.: The beach ban a new aspirant F.rrwAw: : HALL Giie a trial order.
prices. us
Coleman I Is running his! mowing fame, Walt. W. Wilson, of Bo/falo, X. Y. the ADVoCATE omce. Chna'is.fliuutc Com. .


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l !SOCIETIES ETC. I elrn For Bryan Dollar. C
SILVER AS THEFARMER'S y
A Sufferer
Cured
i ; FRIEND. KN1OHTS OF PYTHIAS. 1
, 3 Bemlnole lodge, No. :tea. hold Its meeting at .A \
I L Every season, from the time I the Court; house, the first four 'rimr..da. }. evenIngs .
, 1 ; was two old I of each month, at 8 o'clock p. m. *
! { years suffered dreadfully t E TRC5T r nt
L. T. COODY 8. I).
FREE SILVER WOULD HELP THE BIG from erysipelas which nEIOER.C. .N
kept C. 1\I.ot F. & K. of K. & 8
FARMER BY CUTTING DOWN THE growing worse until my !hands were r.yf .

i WAGES OF HIS HIRED MEN. almost useless. The bones softenedso INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. r

that they would bend. and! severalof Drill at the Armory, over noimty jail, every.
j'j't I S my lingers are now crooked from TueHilay evening In the ,month at Ko'clixk. r
t 'I' A Cool Calculating Farmer Explain the this A.T. 'KA".nIt.Cal'taln.:
I cause. On raj .
! 'A Situation to III Wife-If* Think II* hand
1 large
i I 111 scars, which, but forAVER'S '
to On Schema-Half of Thin Will It* Lodge No. 17 meet every Tuesday
I evening 7-40 In Preiiliyterlan church. 1'ubliu
i 4 J Taken From the Wage of HU Farmhand meeting first Tuesday In each month.C. .

1[ ig *-HI* Wife Shocked at the Idea of g A. GARDNER, (I. W. 8COIIIE':,
I Seo't. C. T.
Cheating Their Hired. Help-Will Do Her Sarsaparilla, wouldbe
'
'I i 7 Bed to Prevent Bryan'; Election. sores, provided I ---- n __ __ ___ -n .--
was alive and able
f :';, y Farmer-I reckon this free silver', 5; to carry anything. CIiUnCHES.I i yl1j

: about the beet' friend of us farmerethat' Eight bottles ofAyer's I A Few Fact: 7 I

I I come our way mince the war. Allowing Suraapnrilla cured me, so E/ISCUPAL CHURCH. In 1878 farm products were lower :
t'' I I Strvloen. the 2nd and 4th Sunday In each. than ever before since the civil war, and '
I Bryan's elected all right this that 1 have had no return of the month at 11 a. n and 7.00 p. m. 8undaychoo. the "gr backers" were arguing that tr ,
i
, i ,' year, I calo'late I'll be worth nearly disease for more than twenty years. S avery p. iu.Sundav on Wednesdays.at V.dO a. .m.Litany service' every at the preparation for resumption on Jan. 1j*: ,1fJf

*i $2,000 more next year than now. The first bottle seemed to reach the Friday at 10 a. m. 1, 1879, had produced the hard times,
fltS
hi'1 ; C Farmer's Wife-Nonsense, Harvel I spot and a persistent use of it bas REV. B. F. BROWX Rector. and their advocates tried to posptoue

don't believe silver's to make perfected the cure.-O. C. DAVIS
going
But
the date for resumption. resumption -
+ '*;. folks rich. Oue'll have to work for a Wautomo, ''Xis.AVER'S. METHODIST CHURCH. came Jan. 1, 1879, and No. 2 cash SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

?"v1 living if Bryan's elected just as hard as Regular iiervloe every frt) third and fourth wheat sold at 81% ; by May it was up
411. Sunday at 11 a. in. .and T:00'( p. m. Hiinday FliieHt. CuUlne and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville; and New \"ork., |
l if he isn't School at 10:00 to $1.01 %, and by December 1879 it
every Biniduy a. in. Epwnrtn
''I l f 't' F.-I don't deny bat what yon're League each. Sunday at :'i:;.10 p. m. Prayer meet- was up to 'l.88y. Corn was 29% in The Fleet IB composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamer .
''i bead's level there Jane. Some folks Inn every Tlmraday, night at 7OO: p, in. The 1879 bat in December 1879 (new) "
4 4 LadleH', Aid Society meet every Wednesday. January. "Comanche" "Algonquin, "IroquoJs "Cherokee "SemiM:!;
'4i113; will have to work harder but it won't ; at 3:Od p. m. Everybody welcome at our church it was 43%.

be ns farmers. We'll come out on top THB ONLY WORLD'S FAIR services. Such facts need to be borne in mindat North-Bound.
I F. M. C. KAD9, PaBtor.. : Steamers are appointed to nail according: to the thin.
g1 with free silver. That's snre'a shooten.P. this time, when so many false theories
l SarsaparillaAYES'S From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling; at Charleston), Sundays, Tnesdav.anti, Thniul.
4 L ? 1 W.-What crazy notion's your are afloatEducation From CHARLESTON: 8. C., Monday. WedneMilaji and ,'?.?
i."( I 1 r head now anyhow? D'yon think farm. FILLS Promote Good Digestion: PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. For hour of galling see"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and CharluHtun dally noire' "

era are smart enough to make laws Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.ancl, 7..ni. South-Bound.
------ - -- ---- -- school at 9 4ft Chin --- ---- ----- ------ -- ---
Sunday a. m. (Ganlner
kW.fl t that'll take money out of other folks' Hunt I'myermeeting: on Wednesday. eveningat Steamer are appointed to sail from I'ler 29, East River, New York at 3 p. m., an I"n.|,, ;
l w pockets and put it into theirs? It comas cheating your poor neighborsit's 7,:'W. the nulillo are cordially Invited, to attend of For QIAltLEB'FO.Z1s.C., : \!!"?lI.ttr.. Wedne.lu'. and, i+ ,

t ill t r I #I I. F-P'r'aps not, but they're going to time to put a. stop to it. I don't our service. *. H. 1\(. GOODELL( 1'imtor.. ForJACKSONY1LLEFLA.calling"' ( atCharleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and,\ Yn4

r, I', ,j ? ttt1 try It. le'poRe yon don't see how free care if you never get that other farm BODY, -

4' r ) silver'll help as, but I do. : paid for. I guess we won't starve on Clyd e's St. Johns ;River Line.

l l hill ) F. W.-If you'll take my advice, this old farm. I'm going to tell John BAPTIST CHURCH. MIND,

1; :P I f you'll not; bother yourself to death trying and Dave and all the: others just how Preaching. ;every second 1 and fourth Sunday, MORALS. (DE GARY LINE)

to get rich by free silver. I'll warrant Tree silver will hurt them and I'll get morning and evening. Thayer Meetings every Steamer "Ever lnde,"
Wednesday evening at 7::00( o'clock. Sunday
'f ; ;I i ,r it won't work as you calc'late. them; all to vote against Bryan. The School every Sunday at 9:48 a. m. Also "reaching FREE TUITION CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
'; d P' 1 1i' F.-I'll tell you one it'll help idea of such farmers an yon trying to Bret Sunday at LaGranpe; ; Second Sunday ....
way elect Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend. Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street at 5 a. m., Tuesdays and Baturda}*for hlitt
Jane. Ton know thnt if Bryan to cut down the wages of
! me, we get B. A. G BIO en, Paator. The Sanford Kntedrrlse and Intermediate landings on the St. John's River.
t free will have .silver. dollars your hired men! I'm ashamed of yon Iunt
coinage we
--- Leave. Sanford B a. in., and Enterprise S:.30 a. m., Monday and Thursdays for Jackson'Ill,.
p worth 'bout; 50 cents-same's Mexican Florida
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CATHOLIC CHURCH.
b I dollars -now.-- Agricultural SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NOIITH llUI')
} Andrew Jackson Venn W. J. Br&DoMI' I
Services In Read down. Hud
F. W.-I thought Bryan laid thatilver'd at 10 a. m. every Sunday new up
+ Bryan lays a cheaper dollar Church building, North Tltuavllle. Children'! College Leave S.30 p. m. ..................... ...Jacksonville..... ..................... Arrl\e i.*i
U ', I be worth just; as much as gold would be catechism at 3 p. m. .. g.4S p. m. ............................FalatkaBt. ............................ Leave V.IOp(
I c when we get free silver. better for the working classes, REV.J. F. O' OYLE.Rector. 1s supported: by grants r.maW.:: .National Goveminent. .. a.CO a. m. ........... ........... .. A"tor. ............. ........... ". 3.oop.
But Andrew Jackson said in his last All tuition free students from 430 a. m. ........................ Francis................. .......... IJOi
I t M F.-Yes, that' what; he says in the : "Engaged from to in Florida. Open to mains and females. Women .. 53O a. m. ........................ ere Cord ........................... ..1 12.in n.
t message day day board with families. In town. Men board at ..
east ao'a he won't the millbanda eoo Blue 1 .n
scare m JO
t a y and bank folks much. But be their useful toils, they do not perceive Bam Jane Make I* Clear. College Mean Hall for Ho.oo per month. A most Arrive sal, a.a. m.. ::::::::::::::: :::::::: ..Sanford: Springs..::::::::::::::::::::::::::. :1 Oro':i
: f n 3 savings too that although their healthy location. Oollege surgeon attend all 925 a. m. ....... .. ........ ....Enterprise.. ...................... "1 MOl
i don't talk that way out here, because he wages are nominally "Suppose," says the Rev. Sam Jones student free of charge. Military discipline under of- ..... .... .. .... ...... .. ...So., .Fla.Railroad Wharf (Sanford).... .... ...................... lOp.
a. the of West Point. Four course
somewhat a graduate
know'* that ain't what we're after. We same or even higher .if Georgia "the government owned all instructionAgricultural, Mechanical Latin
y,9 want cheap money, so'a prices of wheat, they are greatly reduced in fact by the gristmills in this oouutry and congress tclentitlo and Wome,,'.. Superior equipmentIn Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonvll:
the inorease of Laboratories. Given degree of H. tt. andA.
I, rapid a spurious currency
r''' + corn and pork'll be twice a. high, same should enact a law that all corn II. Business course giving free InstructionIn
'. 4',' M in Mexico. which aa it appears to make ahonld. be ground by the governmentmills penmanship, book-keeping, business law, J.A.LKSUE: Bupt. JHO. L. HOW RD.Fla.Fr't Agt. F.IKOHMONGER: JR.,>la.Ia.i
) money abound, they are at first inclined free short hand, type-wrlting. and telegraphy. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
and that while
F. W.-Bupp''n they Wouldn'tyou corn was
are.
tg n r to consider a blessing. It la not Vail term opens Moaday< October lith.11111I1. THBO.G.EOOTW T. M., A.J COLE, General Passenger Agent M. H.Cll'DK,ALl
worth but 18 cents bushel the For full information
J have to pay twice all much for a govern- catalogue giving
until the prices of the necessaries of life address, B BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
ment would the sacks of meal
tv olothes and groo'r'ea and everything else stamp so
WM. P. CLYDE CO., General Agent,
become dear that the classes O. CE.17TE, President
I you'd have to buy.? If you got $3 instead so laboring that it would bring 60 cents a bushel Lake City, Florida.WantedAn 5 Bowline Green New York. 1. So. Delaware Av.,Phlladdpkl.
cannot their wants out of their
supply
r, of f 1, you'd have to spend $3 instead of and do this for nothing. It ia a very
F $1. It'd be as broad. It is long If wages that their wages rise. hard matter to keep meal above the .

'l $ W i i that's the way ailver'a going to make yon -- price of corn.; LINE.

I i rich, you'll never get rich. The Crime* of '73." MALLORY STEAMSHIP .

'' '' F.-Bnt I wouldn't have to spend. $3 The following explanations why the Can free coinage double the price of R BBER TAMPS WHYNOT HAVE YOU'

i I IM, for every.(11 spend uow. You know, we silver dollar should no loiter be coined the; farmer' products without IncreasIng WORK DONE BY QUICK 1 Florida New York
i 1 have at least two hired men the whole were made in the house of representatives the cost of the workingman's living CHEAP AND A RELIABLFIRM.

J tt year and three to Are more from April April 9, 1872: ? Will not paying the farmer's debts BRA55 fMl p STEEL OI. S WA Philadelphia and Boston

!' + t MI to November, besides the hired girl for It has booonie impossible to retain ail ; with half dollars cheat the creditor tr\LJ\ SEALS. BRASS CHECKS.- Sailing: from Itrnnwlek, Ga., direct to New Tort
f i most of the year. Do yon reckon I'm American dollar in this country except: 'whose 100 cent dollars were loaned tc TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIE

1'' '+ Il going to raise their pay when we get in collections of curiosities Judge him? STEEL BIGGEST PLANIN PASSENGER SERVICE.
I free silver Kelley. svswaBfr Steamer train leave Jacksonville (Union Depot)),'"1
: wo.ii THE SOUTH1 HAIL," F. C. & P. R. R on Thursday only 4:00: I'', m. Air
F. W.-I shouldn't The silver dollar' "has since Any workingman who found his re
'j S'POHO so. Why long Brunswick 7 uJO p. m. Passengers going at once on btv
yon? ceased to be a coin of circulation. market basket too heavy on Saturday steamer..
because I wouldn't The dollar should the Through car without transfer, Jacksonville to BrumwKl
F.-Just have to. gold be declared night can vote to lighten it hereafter by

I P'rapa after a year or so I'd give 'era money unit. "-Mr, Hooper. supporting the presidential candidatewho Who PROPOSED SAILINGS
q r,, '3 or f 3 more a month but nothing The principal change proponed by the is the of the Idea of *om eaa* *tmpl think* Lv.New York,Tier 21 E. K.,8 JM.A. m, (Standard Time.) LV.Brunwi

like double what they're getting now. bill was in "more clearly specifying the telling people south Protect thine to iMUentr Friday, Dot 0........................... ...COLORADO....,.......,......... ... ..."'rlday, C1tI
I and west that the purchasing power of Write JOHN WILUliEHB&RN bring CO ate et wealth.a Friday, Oct.10 ..... ...................RIO GRANDE.............. ..........Krlila, Oft
i i I calo'late I'd save between $800 and cold dollar as the" unit of value the dollar ia ny. Waiblnfton. D. o..for their al.BUO prIDe AMo>oar* Friday.. Oct, a.....,........,,......,....,..COLORADO.... ........................r rliluv. !
1,000 in wages-not quite so much on The time has come in this country when too great. sad lilt of two hundred luvcalluo w..._. Friday: .... Oct, atl............,................RIO GRANDE..... ......,...... ... Friday, for'
Friday. Nov. 0................. ..... .. ... :>: "
14, l John and Dave, because they board with the gold dollar should be distinctly declared ... .. COLORADO............. .... rrlilaj >

l us, and of course the prices of some of to be the coin representative of For en"ra.llnlom'atlon. steamers, trah''i rates, etc.. apply to any railroad agent or to, '
A. P. MURPHY, Agent, Fernandlna, IAS. DAVIEM Agent 220 W. Buy St Jatksonn"
', i' 1 the things they eat' ; would go up, but; he money ul1it. "-Mr. Stonghton.I H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.
I'd save 'bout half on my. day hand C. MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, E.River and 3Ot: Broadway,:K.Y

A who live and board at home. That'a Tour Mortgage Overdue. Things to Make the Thoughtless Think

'! how I rigger it, and it's 'pording to the Have you a mortgage Is it overdue

opinion of Governor Doles and other big It so, vote for free coinage, and you invite THAT TilE RIDER OF A

+ ; silver people. They say farm wages i. the mortgagee to foreclose as soon .....,................................................. ............................................ A Boon to Florida
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+ (I I t too high for profit and that silver! as possible after election and before

'', { bring 'em down. here is time to pass a free coinage bill. r9 SEATING :BICILE ,

t i F. W.-And so that'a why you're for If yon don't think so, just imagine that; ......................... ....... ...................................... ... .... .................
3 f t' free silver, Harve Grimes; want to cheat you have changed places with your

l (' your poor hired hands! out of half their creditor and then consider what yon BECAUSE Enjoys his trips more than other riders Water Works for Your Homes

dI wages, men who now can hardly keep would do six months before the cheap ,
their families.. out of the poor house 1 I money. era was expected to begin. Ilia wheel la lighter. The long chain gives easy move- \
ment. The of the aids that
polish
thought it was thorn Wall street Shy bearing. glide-that Etc. under your own Control
glide-that pleases.Art .
r look. and gold bugs you're. after with TUe Bargain Counter CandId.eto"Some easy ,

h :your free I silver stick and that ,.oo're of the reports say that the Catalogue 4ct. In Stamp

trying to square accounts with them women went wild over Bryan at different KEATING WHEEL CO., Holyoke, Mass.

i '4 rich fellers, bat it seems places along his route," remarked YOU FURNISH THE WATER WE DO
F.-Hold np there, Jane I Free silver's ho horse editor. ;

I ; going to save us 'bout $1,000 on what I "That's natural" replied the snake

I still owe on that; ....000 mortgage.Who editor. "He is the bargain counter can THE REST ?

d'you thlnk'll lose that? didate."
p F. W.-I don't oare who'd loam It. "How BO?" Used with open and driven well

Tain't right to cheat; anybody, but I "He want to mark the dollar down springs and lakes. A few minutes workat

'I I wouldn't say a word so long's U'. somebody to 53 cents. "Pittsbnrg Chronicle-Tel an air' pump delivers the water all
St I whooould afford to lose it.bnt when graph.

> U over your house with pressure. No cost f .
----- ------ ---- -- SEE THAT CURVE.
to operate. No windmill or overhead

P1Pth'i! tank. Simple and durable.
t)'
Write or apply for particulars to the! BUCHER'S a'
This Pneumatic Water Work 1
---- ADVOCATE toBearing
or
,
11 System.

,t ir FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow &: Co., tar' either or Domestic...bdc Parp088", '

I is the Oearinjr, Parslow & Co. > :I

I1! ( (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PAWSLOW Tease eta.C ,.Man ,


II 9 best Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise.A .

very :: 3AS.:: $ :L VM: :: GEC C .

CHANCE. OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND GROANS AT A SACRIFICE.We .

i SmokingTobacco purchased In January last the Immense stock: of Pianos, Organs, sheet DEALERS IN _

music and musical instrument of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out Fine Wine: and. Z.Icluor
the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make: room for a full
line of the celebrated Conover New England Schubert; and Kingsbury Pianos.
I, We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200:! more than we 417. *;;.18 W. Bay St.,

auk for them :' JACKSONVILLE .. FLA.
+I Conover,*tyle K,wet I.. .............. ...$'WI Halne 111'01I., style 6, mah...................S2no
.' ..... ............. . .
K.eh 3'JIIchUNn., 16-. ............... 375 Rye aDd Boar""D Whi.kfe Irom.
made.Blackwell's .. J.eb .................. ... :2:$) Malcolm Love _I.................... 2Ao te I3J1O pUOII. .1.75
.. .. oJ.wal................... ...... aim Steinway eb. .................... ana Braad.from 1.75 to S3.75
I ** ** Meh...... ................... 41w. Everett eb.................... its: per gallon.
I' I I i 1, .. K.wal............. ... ...... : Klninbury, ityto B eb.... IMS rrWe make a Specialty of North Caro-
I McCammon, ttyle VI, wal........ .., ....... 3nam) 1' A.b......... .._. .. .. 2ooKnab Dew Corn Whiskey, three
4 .. 49.ntah.-... .. ..... Grand ................ ..,.. 2fto8cuyveanl yean old, tlM: per gallon.
.1 7wal.-......... 875 .b...................... 173wal .Juce-I pl., 3Sct.2 gal.,38cu, S gal., PURE
II I t1 Cenuine .. 7, .l>......................254) .................. 2oo 0o<'u.
Halne Bro., 6, *b.............. ....... am N.Wllb)' *: Evans eb..................... 126Ja t100eg.--a pl., Wl 10 gal. '1.2111; "bbl.,
.. .. .. S, .b..................... 175 *. M. Star eb. .............?..?_? lieu
.. .. 3. ................ ]9o Morris leo Parties living In Dry Town will do
I 1I BULL DURHAM Some of these pianos have been rented but we have had them re-polished and well them to M order from n all*\ a* w* can Lave ?
cent
per on order.
put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory momey re I'r:
Always lwd
Too will 04 ow 0eaass Yuba s ck*cease kae sad tae......Islide.aek I eaaae.... funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, innatrnctlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville W.-wtu! net Open new money aeeoont with*order ante
I Buy a....read la*sees and*M how to..*r.or*aar*of......h pe.a..lar ; cash or installment. Sheet music at; half price. Write us. suitable Jack.onviU.reference I Ie aiftll.**
TEETER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No Good east C.O. D. to Dry Town.

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RIVER ADVOCATE OCTOBER 23, 1896. 7



OF CONTRACT. THE SILVER QUESTION IN A NUTSHELLFree REPUDIATION AND DISHONOR.A Tfr Capita.It ." I :EJC>TlDLS.: ,
GIlT

Coinage of Bricks Would Not Ka>la. Part of One of Henry Ward Itmvher's is more money the Bryanite want. j

BY BRYAN AND HIS Their Price. Beet Sermons. Now, which nations have the most: The Hotel -Placi.deoPfa1891: :

B E ABRIDGED PARTY. I Did yon ever stop to think what During the nut money and unlimited money-thorn with the frold standardor :: ,
silver standard
I would be the result if the government paper currency excitement of 1877 Mr. those with the

should by legislation determine that or- Boecber delivered a f union a sermon on I The ailverites are fond of talking JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.In .

nIP' ta Make IHK* Contracts FreedomContractwould Pay dinary building bricks 3 by 4 by 8 TbuukHgiviuK of that year ou the perils ; about per free capita ciroulAtion.Ulld'r of both. gold and the center of tilt city on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west

ja Gold an Attack I'pon Inches in sizo should be legal tender in of the day. lu it he used this language: coinage one block from liny. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. j
silver the United States hud n j
Hamper XtiuIneM any amount for $1 each and should arrange "Whenever in any nation there is per capita Superior. 'ulaliio and l !Service. liiis meets all trains. Terms 2.60 per day and

.rc sod Compel m. Resort to : to have them so stamped in any snail au attempt to tamper with stand- circulation in ItHOO ot $4.09, in upwards. ISlwcl.LII'atls by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor.J. '
I, corom of 8.60. in 1833 of $14.1(3, in
quantity free of cost to the 1883 I
Method of Itarf persons presenting ards that the moral tense! of man is bewildered a
dens,, them? 1872 of f 18.19. In 1894 we bud a per "- -- -
-- -- --- --
and is
liberty given to unprincipled -
Journal of Oct. 1 of $24.28 in 1800 we bare cue
Trade Under such circumstances the capita ;
,? Cordage price men at large to chest, to be unfaithful -
: a part of the Chicago platformb of building bricks would at once advance to obligations, to refuse the of $21.10.The A. IIAPPERSETTE.INI .
thud fur received the atten to $1,000 thousand for if couldbe per capita circulation of the
b haS not a they payment of honest debts-w heitever that
which it merits-that part "coined" without cost the brioks"uncoined" takes place, it is all the worse if done world is about $5.15. IAN R2VER I CTELI.
to take aWRY the right would be worth The per capita of the gold standard
'h proposes just as with the permission of the law. I hate ,
contract The Journal says much the "coined" countries is f 18. :
bricks
rivate an -$1 each. the devil riding on a law worse than I
of any size can exist But did it that it The per capita of the silver standard ,
to
"no industry ever occur you do the devil riding without a law under TITUSVILLE
,out the use of contracts, agreementsL would not be an advance in the value of him. Whoever tampers with established. countries is nearly $&.30. ,

purchase, sale, delivery of andeut the bricks, but. decrease in the valueof standards tampers with the very marrow The gold standard countries have a -- i''i" f Indian River.

( for goods. It is hardly neoes- the dollars, which would thus estab- and vitality of publio faith. e .. The per capita of silver alone of fa.40. '
out what this .means in lish between and The silver standard countries have a Fla.
a new "parity
10 point money danger into which we are running is _
cordage business. property ;" that under such a system hidden under the mystery of finance and per capita of silver of $:a.32, the rest of. .. ... IP'<'\; _
bow rope mannfao- their small circulation being mainly depreciated -- -: ; J. A. UArPERSETTE
then explains 11.000 would be worth only 1,000 the currency All money is but a representative -

rs make contracts with brokers, and bricks; that that 1,000 bricks would of property. An now, by facility paper. MANAGER t

era with foreign growers of manilla exchange for no more commodities or of intercourse, all the world is one The gold standard countries, with .
n f -
I their raw materials. ha,- labor than it does less than one-third of tbe world's popu-
iRIII I, for today, and conse- open market, tbo need of one and the' Open All The Year. ,
two-thirds of
made these contracts, they are in u quently that $1,000 would mean no same standard of money, uniform, universal lation have very nearly i \

:turn to make contracts with large more to us than 1,000 bricks do now? and unalterable, becomes imperi the world's currency circulation. li it I I I I II -
dealers. Continuing, And yet Mr. Bryan would take the
In
era and rope other words, our government can ous.
United !States from the gold standard I t Only a few minutes'
Journal says: determine by legislation what commodity "Gold is the world's standard. Goldis I Nl :' 111 walk from I
are necessary to the sue- and what amount of that und place it upon the silver standard. o Hallway stations
commodity
Contracts the universal measure of value. Other and Steamboat land- ;
ful truiiBaotion of business upon any $1 shall be, but it must leave! it to the kinds of money there are-silver, copper Louisville Courier-Journal. i In/M./

? above that of the very small retail laws of comparative supply and demand paper-but they all must conform w ; 1 On the banks of the
I.
e, wbee goodA and money puss been cost of production etc., to de- to gold and be measured by it and be far-famed Indian River

buyer and seller simultaneously. termine what the value of that com- interchangeable with it, in fixed and Professional Cards.

Bryan would, if president, give his modity shall be. It may declare that a definite proportions. Gold is king in UJM J_>JtaJjt NIiw MA'IVE C ]7 M3 INT.

roval to laws which would prohibit brick shall be a dollar, in which case commerce. All other money must represent QEOKOE a.. ROHIIIMI. WALTa1tS.InA11AN. __ u "_ __ __ __. ___ ____ __ ,
mesa men from specifying what they $1 will be worth whatever a brick will gold. No vote of legislature can A GRAHAM, J
sell goods for or what they shall exchange for. It declare that 26.8 TJOBBINS tATTORNEYSATLAW
1 may change the nature of commerce, the nature -

for goods, thus seriouRly restrictingright grains of gold shall be a dollar, in of property, tho ,juitura of its representative -STANTON[ HOUSE.

of contract His first nominain which case $1 will be worm whatever in money OT the relative superiority ,
Chicago-was based upon his 26.8 grains of gold will exchange for, or inferiority of different cur- OFFICE Houus:From 10 to 12 a. m., 1.r* .

tance of a platform which con- or it may declare that 413m grains of rencies. Gold came to its supremacy as and 2 to 4 p. m. el': D. J, JONES Proprietor.

>ed the following plank: silver tihall be a dollar, in which case $1 a representative of property by the long P.O.TITUHVILLK sox, 108. Brevard Co., Florida. )

fe demand that the standard silver dollar will be worth only] what 412 t. grains of established consent of mankind. Con-
Will In all the courts atata and fed
1 be a fall loual tender und private equally, and with we favor gold, silver will exchange for, the same to- gress cannot change it for the world, eral. practice Rates $2.00 per day Special Terms to :, I

ill, IcglHliitlon clubts, public" as will prevent for the future day as 60.8 cents in gold, or, "givingthe nor even for this nation, except upon Special' land title facilities*. for examining. and perfecting

dumunuthntioD of any kind of legal tender debtor the option" as to what dollar pant transactions. It may give impu- I 2 i Families.

,cj by private contract. he shall use with which to pay his nity to men to cheat confiding creditors, -

'His Popnlistio nomination in St. debts, it may declare that each of these but it cannot rule the value of currency G CAUY-ELWES) ,

iis carried with it this plank: three shall be a dollar, in which case in all future transactions. NOTARY PUBLIC' Two Minutes Walk from Central 'j

fe dum and anon legislation aa will prevent 11 will be worth just as much as the t "The crime of pitying a debt in a CUI"renoy Depot,
,ilimunutization: of the lawful money of the least valuable of the three, which under inferior in value to that in which STATE AT LARGE.
t tad: Btutes by private contract. conditions would be the brick. CHATTANOOGA, TENN. !
present it was contracted, base at all times and
the United States supreme Typewriting taxes paid for nonresidents -
Possibly ,
rtwill uphold such legislation-it -L. Carroll Root"SIXTEEN anywhere, has a deeper guilt and a rent and accounts collected, -- -..,.,- -- -.-- 'j

wined the validity of the legal ten- baser infamy in our cane. When in our etc., etc. Correspondence solicited.
'
TO ONE"We'll mortal straggle capitalists were solicited
act-and-what? Mr. Bryan does .'
Titusville, Florida. Travelers' Hotel j
to lend their money to us on the faith of
tell the people whom he addresses coin tbe silver we have got and all that
the nation, we were too glad, most '
the subit we get.
When he gets near can 1
uily. grateful, for their aid. Then they TV/TILLER & KENNARD
is to something like We'll make the "dollar of our dada" a bummer were ,
,. only say yon can bet. not grasping and swollen usurers. Oh
Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. j
,
and the devil not benefactors. ARCHITECTS. ,
Some say 'twill bu the country They were We rejoiced j'j
.
tries to give an object
ben you
one
any
'with a Mexican dollar tell him that the be to pay."tnGodwetrust'. in their bounty and gave thanks for East Coast business will have prompt 'j
loan dollar In not legal tender In this ooun- we'll stamp on It. such luck their confiding faith in our national

and that our sliver dollar la, and under to keep away. honesty. Now, our dangers past, we revile attention. This Hotel is under 1
coinage will continue to be, and no one ,We're allverltea, says I, say we when! all Is them finding no epithets too vio- TAMPA, - FLORIDA. now new management
be allownd to contract against It.-W. J. saId and done. ,
in In Newark, Sept. 28. And we'll coin the bloomln silver, toys lent,, and strive to pay them, not gold
for the gold they lent our misery, but in and has been thoroughly renovated j.
This not only shows the; purpose of At sixteen to one. MINOR S. JONES, through-
a dishonest measure of an inferior
but also an intelligentn
gives
mail, And furthermore, to ...the pace and spite
metal.
a very clear conception of Mr.an's !
the goldbng crew ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
"In the court of the commercial out.
skill : If be knew -
as a logician And prove that we are patriot and show ==__ -
thing at all about commerce--tbe what we can do wolrd's conscience we shall be convicted TITUSVILI.E, BREVARD CO., FLA

blood of which he so glibly talks of We'll copper coin and place the stamp upon our of endeavoring to cheat the men who County Judge of Brevard County Bus meets all Trains, and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all "J
refcring with-he would know that bloomln brass. came to our rescue in the dark day. Conveniences on floor.
every r
>execution of his plan would cause (If we have tot no cents (sense) at all. we've Thin congress .would not have exipted

instant cessation of commercial ac- got no end of bran). nor any government of the United Open ,811tha "Year. ;
So brnMyites we are, says L Just let us make States but for the to OAULDEN,
strength given our
ity, which would be followed by a tho man D.\L. Rates:-American Plan, $2 to $2.BO; European 6Oo. to $1 J OO.
armies by foreign capitalists, and now
umption upon a restricted and an- ATTORNEY-A -LAW, Special Rates the Week.
And we'll coin our bloomln brass, my boys, by
their aid
to return by a base treacheryis
no basis. Methods which the com.rolal At sixteen to one. Will practice In all the Court of the State FINLEY & MORROW Proprietors.
world discarded generations ago to deserve an infamy as deep as the of Florida,and the United States Court

And with the Iron and steel we find wherever ; lowest depths of hell. But woe to those P. O. llox,236.:: T1TU8VILLK, FLA. __
uld have to be brought into use for ____un __ __ ___________ nun
business under the condi- we may rove men, bull headed, without eyes, who are Money to Loan. IS

im tying which on the adoption of Mr. Bryan We'll cracked coin the cooking lucky stove.horseshoe and the old attempting to undermine the" integrityand HOTEL MELBOURNE FOR aSURP-BATHlNC THE TEAR ROUND ,

simplicity of the iiatioq. !
n absurd propositions would impose. And when we've cleaned these scrap heaps up FREEMAN IIALL, i
'Where would the hemp come from we'll turn ourselves about R. ,

next year's binder twine to tie the And sot the furnaces ablaze and run the pig An Unworthy Cltlsen ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ss, i ;t m'yiAia .

runs' wheat? The United States, Iron out.Pigite.we'Rbe. Bilverite Orator-What we want is MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA rAnnY /
I. we,and then we'll topt. / 1
ere silver dollars worth less than 100 says says more money. & INSURANCE AGENT. jtlW f11 its would be legal tender, could not have some fun Skeptic--Would free coinage make
As we coin the bloomln pig Iron, bays> Open all the year round. Good Flab- 20 MILES OF BEACH rORAPLAKROUND !H!
uiah the material. All prices now more money Titusville, Florida.
sixteen to JIunlnand
At one.And Ing, : / Yachting Hates,
ted are for gold. No matter how S. O.-Certainly. It would give us
icb farmers wanted twine, when its there la paper, too, my boys, that may be both gold and silver Representing: the bunt and strongest #:2.50! and upwards Special Fedoras at Coronado i Mode-

make made from raga; wouldn't free 16 Insurance Companies. Is prepared rate rates, solid comfort, no ostentation
no longer possible to a con- S.-But coinage at Proprietress, )Ins. C. J. HKCTOII.
So coin our cant off dud and have to write lines to amount anywhereon
we may any good fishing, good cooking.
ct to pay gold or its equivalent forp come royal jags. to 1 drive gold out of circulation, in accordance the East Coast. .
would have to without it with tbe Gresham law?'
they
go Of wood pulp, too, Is paper made; so well out 1
til some cumbersome method of baring our forests down S. O.-My friend, Mr. Bryan proposes Jacksonville's Mew Fire-Proof Hotel. \

was devised to get around the And Into shady money make the shade trees to repeal any law that ia workingin BISCATNK: BAY, DADE COUNTY HODGES & GODFREY

'. Of coarse, in time the hemp would of our town. the Interest the goldbugs and !Shy: W. EWAN, ,

secured and the farmers supplied We're pnlpnluite or Populists, and If you want locks. J. U. S. COMMISSIONER. Hotel Geneva I I I Manufacturer of
t the business some mun Gresham law Is
new way of doing 8.-But the a natural
old be more costly. In the end the We'll stamp tbe bloom paper, boys law, like the law of gravitation. Notary Public State at Large. ,

isnmer pays all costs. Hence tbe"icra At sixteen to one. 8. O.-My friend, you are. pessimistand Lands Selected; Conveyances made. Yellow Pine Lumber

would have to submit to higher With this "sound money" talk we bear that don't know that you are a citizenof Correspondence solicited. Address: Cor. Forsyth and Cedar Mt.., ,i

ccs for binder twine, as for every- now Is going round the grandest country on earth-one Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, BOUOIl. DRC88KD,

OK else they buy. And yet Mr. We do. agree-at least we like the very name of that can "without the aid or consent of Office, Ewan's Landing. /1Jackaonvltle, Fla. I Orange Box HmMU, 1\

?an claims to be the particular friend sound any other nation" repeal even the law '
And so well spout and shout, my boys, to win Modern' Improvements, Baths, etc, on Freak Vegetable Crates
agriculturists 1 of gravitation itself if it should become W, ALLEN, Every jfloor. (lass and Electric .
tbe voting herds
"It is to be hoped that the business And fill them full of promises and word., a tool of Wall street. Shame on you) GEORGE Lights, Passenger Elevator. Artistically on Lumbar through'delivered bill of at any. part Anyone of Indian oonMmplat.Inif Hirer' .

n of the country will carefully Goner words,--word. You don't belong to this country. A. I and Elegantly Fur- ruillillnir on the East Coast,would do wall to i
ATTO RN Y-AT-LA, nished. .'. '.' writ for pr oe8. The Hawmlll la situated on tne. I
what the proposed interferenceth But words are wind and so with wind wben was saying J.,T.A K. W. n,.. II mllM south of Falatka.SaUumalllRhtfl ,
the right to enter into a contract all Is said and done j
pay any kind of money would result We'll liquidate our bloomln debts Key Went, Florida.: Rates per Day from $2.00 to 300. Putnam co., Fla.

and then vote for a candidate fur At sixteen to one. Will practice In the United States
W. ff. B> We Send it Free totes .
Weekly on Application.Special
mdeut
who will preserve the freedomWhar and State Courts. DjunOS
Pineapple Orange and Lemon
commerce._ gales for the Summer, ,
Farmers Want Cheap ..IIn.7.The .
TOWeak- ED. L. OWENS Prop. Land For Bale, Cheap.I .
Aro the BoMfltaf advocates of free coinage in the ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS &; SON,

[If 60 cent silver dollars should double west and south "don't take any stock" ALES 4

f prices of farm products, it is quite in Bryan's occasional assertion that he MenYoung A TTORNEYS.A T-LA W, have for sale 80 acre of pineapple ,j I

certain that the of all the "contends" that the adoption of this
prices JACKKONVILLK' AND TAVABEH FLA. ClassCarpetings
ducts which the farmer consumes policy would put up the price of silver High land on St. Lucie river, a few miles below :I'

,old double in the same way. In that to 129. Indeed they would lose all and Old. Will continue to practice la the courtsof Eden, 40 of which being northeast
the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All <
56 it ia not easy to see how the farmer interest in the agitation if they supposed of northeast of faction
business" before the United States and I quarter quarter
nW the silver dollar under free Rejoice With us la tbe Discovery '
gain anything by the free coinage that State Circuit Courts will receive the 38 .
silver. to be worth as much as 18, township south_of range 41 east;
Even the wages of labor, the coinage was personal attention of Mr. Alex St.

"t to rise in an epoch of depreciated the gold dollar is now. The real sentiments When a man has suffered for years Clair-Abrams. the other 40 ,Is the northeast quarter w I

nor and inflated prices. would of these people are clearly expressed bill life and of southeast of section
with a weakness' that blight 'quarter 3, ,::1
.db, after much distress of the work- I by James Kitchen, an extensive robs him of all that really make life H. E. CLARK .
stockman of Orayion, Ky., NATIONAL township 88, south of range 41 east.
(Cmen, straggle up to the common farmer and worth living If he can avail himself of a ,
el. who wben asked'the other day why he complete cure, why not POH..e... the HomeSeekersREAL The above land can be bought for $10 ;1

Bat whether the farmer should re- was for free silver, made this reply: moral courage to stop his downward It'I. '
suitable for
38 West Bay St"Jacksonville per acre. pineapple,.
ive 1100 for 100 bushel of wheat and 1 am for free silver because lam In debt con r.... ,

Tout 190 for necessaries* of living and If we get free coinage I can pay, my debts We will tend you by mall, ABSOLUTELY ESTATE EXCHANGE orange. lemon or lime growing.. ., ,,'
cost under our 6 ,
with one-half of what It now FREE, in plain packs, the Florida,
should receive $200 for the *a ..e money Stan lard. And another reason VITAL Will be sold In Ibts of ,4O acre, for- \
butt precut All-I'owerful Dr. HOFFMAN'S,: -
e balance ana pay ont $180 in both cases I employ laborers I the on debtor.my farm. They free ar.coin'MO the RESTORATIVE TABLETS with a I Exchanging: ,Property for Property a Announces the opening of his Spring cash. This land will soon be worth ISO
creditors. am -
on hand would have just Cnd.rt
with U cats; me legal guarantee to permanently cure Send of what
I them Specialty. Description
tame purchasing power. Bat la ac:; DOW eau for U pay will rakes the proe of prodte. Lost Manhood Self-Abuse, Sexual: Weakness Stock of select and exclusive patterns of per acre.
Upliahing the degradation of! tbd and I can lIMn hire my fans help for DO orate Yaricocete. stop forever night you have, and what you want Apply' to C. II. Walton, ADYOCATH

"netary standard,, which could .do, a day and" pay thorn In bacon al 14 cents a Emissions and elf{ unnatural drains Returns MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA. fine, grade Carpeting and Mattings. oMceortoRobbinet; Graham, 'Titustf .,
ttoer-tbe farmer nor the earner pad to former appearance emaciated : Till. .
7 good an enormous depreciation wage of It must become more and more plain, or(fan*. C. C. CARROLL, Rugs and Shade In all sizes and colors. r

net and I M the campaign proceed, that, this 1* No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe decep!
ennflllC'atlonor accumulated Estate
result of the tion. If could not cure we would Real Agent Send for Sample and Prices, and you '
must be the we ,
I and ;
[Jinga, involving public and private the motive ANTED FAITIirTTI, MEN OR
"jutta .. 'mael.trom of daatruction.wid .-' free coinage. agitations: ,The question al not send our medicine Free Write to try and '- win be pleased.. women to travel for reponlhle>
inevitably ensue Are the farm.wurkingmeji inn will thus finally resolve itself into par when aatlsfled. today- -M I i What..do "you need' la tbe way1':of 'established house in Florid,. Salary;,' .

&lid ot tbe will the larger question, whether the American this may not appear again. envelope,, note ud letter. head, bill $TOO and expense i FoeJHon perman-,,
oonntrr people still believe tha* honesty iJ Address: WtsUm Ifldlclw Compaq beads, statement, tag, card, etc f AWNINGS sag Reference.: Knclea: lf-audred)
. ? .tovoke rmoh .. o ta. tropBW> I W. shall be glad to have a .hare of your ," stamped ....,.eIope. Tbe National, Star

lpbia ReocII'd. the best policy. Incorporated. KALAMAZOO;Mich work. For :your Store lor'' Resldenoi. Insurance Bldg., Chlcagow -",




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i 8 INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 23, 1896.

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"i: ,i'' t..M For .Sal, you would prefer to cook In a republican Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report

,; kitchen than to wash popociat Italics ROBBINS&GRAiiAMOOI
THE
l ;a''i+ ;Y q; behind a populist laboratory; or if they-
Common mid fancy pineapple plants.
\ tin' ,
say you are owing away your vote, I
t'' 4(6 't4;/ Forty act'os to select from. Lemon and tell them you want to keep the old democratic I Baldosr

,r. I V. 1'\''; other citrus tiees.JAM party alive and vote an your conscience VAI
1. I .,. I. HOLMES! ; dictates, and] that you cannot Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
Jensen, Fla. sand on a platform or vote a ticket that
( advocates the trying of experiments that Powder4BSOLIJTEr.y LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE

,. Consult JnlncH Mott, have proved detrimental I to the masses
q, In all civilized nations They cited Mexico l -

i Orlando Nursery, for orange, lemon as an example, but when they found
PURE for
We have. sale a large list of
fruit that the laborers and mechanics receivedbut
anlCI'al'8/ trees"' grapu vines and carefully!
+ 1 from! 20 to I 50( cent and -- -- -- n -----
n Uaruhal Niel loses.JAMKS. per day, -- selected Indian River Properties.
MOTT\ even China, where the laborers receive leaving attend I
,a Winter Haven, Fla. 8 cents per diem and their menu consists the campmeeting Xew Brick Bulldliiff for Miami.Mr. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
of rats. smothered in rice, they have had which Is being held at that place. Lin,
", } t.. to acknowledge that the farmers and Several of our bicyclists carried their Wm. M. Brown, president of the Canal and Transportation Co.
A Card. earners better off in this wheels with them and at
wage are cOlin upon arriving will extend his
Bank of Bay BIscayne
try than lu any other. Therefore, I see their destination, mounted them and brick building: Miami to the corner of OA3XTAXXATfcTIDS.. : .
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no use of trying experiments that will rode along the beach to Daytona returning D. The
To the Public : and Avenue
t t V +" paralyze business and place us on the from that place on the train at night. Twelfth will street be two stories high, and Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa &: Key West Railway Comp .
} We have the stock of structure Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and
just bought level of other free-silver countries. Those who took the trip report a most Investment Co
ij the part
4 groceries of tho Avera Grocery Co., of I FAKMKK SYMMKS. enjoyable ride. Others divided their will contain five stores The, upper Brown and other Low Priced Lands. ''
Titusville, Fla., and will Increase the attention between around being for offices. present
:f I i stock at We shall driving the building was the first brick house erec- Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
i once. keep constantly shady and pretty little town and over to will soon be
1 r on hand new and fresh goods, such as BREVARD COUNTY COM- the beach, and attending the religious ted In Miami. Preparations of a threestorybrick Titusville. Florida.
made for the erection
fancy and heavy groceries, produce and AIISSIONKKS.TITUSVUXE services which were held In a tent about at the corner of
T bank building
r i fruits of all kinds. Everybody will do half a mile from town. D. .
Twelfth street and Avenue ---=
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well to call and get our prices before

; buying elsewhere.Very respectfully, Oct. 14th, 1808. S. Chaffee &

I r DICKEY & YATK8. The Board of County Commissioners THY a gallon of Lesley, Renaker &: Cos.' Co
t b IF i it met on the above date pursuant to chap- Pure Rye Whiskey at 3.50 gallon.. WFred 1
ter 4328/ section 19. Present : Wm. II.
t : i1 1i Fruit! and Vegetable. Wanted. Sharpe, chairman; J. Mendel, J. Houston -
I'l J. R. Walker; A. A. Stewart, clerk; "TOSVILLE FLA
t TUB Indian River hotel barber shop has ,I
"kx Pharmacist.
J. E. Bowman, sheriff. The following
;, To those growers having fruit and ESTABLISHED 1868. the best workman In the county. \VeItulu'antpe
l vegetables for disposal, we will give the business was transacted, to-wit : 1 satisfaction to all our customers. A Assortment of
Complete
,; .' : best possible market price for their prod- At a held democratic convention, of JACKSONVILLE FLA Meadow
H. S. prop.
1j uce. Foreign produce also" purchased which S. Pasco was chairman and M. It.
ami dealt In. Walton secretary and certified to by -* PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundries
John L. Crawford of state
s J. II. MAMMA"' & BHOH., secretary ,,

r Commission merchants, Robert A. Burford and William S. Jen- THE JOHNSON LAW CO. -.3 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and
I rh. 2 A 4. E. Bay and 105: W. Buy sta., nings were nominated to have their Promptitude. &<--

Jacksonville, Fla. names placed on the election ticket as J3T"" VVe give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.

wl i ,', the candidates State of for Florida presidential, to be voted electors for at of Electrical and Machinery Supplies.
s We want trade Give
the election to be held on Nov. :3rd, 00. your us a triM
'' '' Where I I8 Our Teacher ? By an order issued from the Democratic MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOR ,

} 4' -- Executive Committee, of which Grade Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motors and Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, rcifumeir.
W. A Kawla Is chairman and John C. High Machinery, Toilet articles Brushes Shoulder Braces etc. etc. etc.
,
CANAVERAL
I 'f FLA., Oat 10, 00. Generators Warren Altrenator Hornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse, Williams &:
,
Cooper secretary and certified to by rrr! Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps.Groceries .
p4 Editor Co. Elevators. BFKriAT.TIKS Electric FBIW Sewing machine motors Dental motors, Iron .
Advocate 1 ; John L. Crawford, secretary of state, t ...
factory street railway equipment
Cliul. "Blow' speed Multliiolar Motors for heaviest work. -
,,1 i a II' Dear Sir-I would like to inquire I the names of George P. Kaney and Francis modern in design and conatruotloii. Fully guaranteed and prices right.F. .
4 the columns. of when B. Carter were ordered to be placedon JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
I 1,1 through your paper BISHOP Manager.:
f .t our county superintendent of schools, the election ticket as candidates for Salesroom, 61 Went Foisyth! St.,Repair Shop,2029 Main St. EI BRAY:: : .,
I Jno. II. Sums: is going to provide us presidential electors of the State of
s ji f with a teacher. Also what the county Florida: to be voted for at the electionto Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
be held Nov. 3rd '(HI. Hay r
on ,
y" o j pays him $000: a year for if not, among Prompt. Reliable. Responsible. ,
At democratic
other things' to see that ,suitable teachers a convention, of which
are provided for all the schools Wm. lllnes was chairman and W. P. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
so
q I '} ta tl that the school year for all shall begin Anderson secretary, and certified to by .-. :ZMZ-A-TTILjIIlj: : : cSS CO., i tcLple Ac JETtiiiey> O-rooories!! IFriiit
John L. Crawford
C, 41 at the same time. secretary of state,
l 1 Touts truly, Robert W. Davis was nominated to have Wholesale And FoodProductsOf

.. I t E. J. BCRNs.ri his name placed on the election ticket, All Kinds. Also My Stock of
to be voted for as a candidate for representative Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.Our
p for the 2nd congressional district Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal\
"FARMER"! 8YMMKS< AGAIN. at the election to be held on Nov. ,

t' 3rd, 'Vl.Dy )( Specialties :Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Pineapples, Peas, Potatoes, ground Food ana nncac.
9 4 an order l Issued by the Prohibition Onions, Grapes, Nuts, Limes, Guavas Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Honey, etc. ..* I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: the above lint
COURTENAY FLA. Oct.
t} 1990. Party State Executive Committee, of Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solid
.Lfditor.4dvocart which A. W Bidle was chairman and J. References:-T. H.Sllgh. Lady Lake, Fla.; W. M.\ Williams, shipper, Fruitland, your patronage. Very truly
i J. Edwards secretary, and certified to Fla.; The Trade In General. Write or wire for prices. :3D. L. :EJEI..ADY.E .
Last week I tried to tell those of your John L. Crawford JACKSONVILLE FLA.
.readers who are not hide-bound that by secretary of state, 220 Bridge Street ,

&i p ,they need not fear the party whip which placed the following on the names election were ticket ordered to be JOT": Hotels Supplied on short notice with anything on the market. A good

i !f'' i the old machine is always snapping electors of the State of Florida as presidential to be- stock always on hand, at lowest price. D IARD TILZNG....
about their lower limbs If they have theyG" .
voted for at the election to be held on --- y
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? '1 backbone to stand up for honesty and Nov. 8rd, '90 : D. E. Godwin, 11.\ G. Goooae Florida: : ,
the principles that our forefathers em- Post, A. P. DeWolf and O. Robinson
i ; The NewSelden
l'' bodied In the Declaration of Independence also the name of M. E. Spencer: as DEALER IN........
+ and that have heretofore been
congressional'district
sentative of the 2nd
Vt/ adhered to. It Is my candid opinion of the State of Floiida. -
: Wood and Metalli
111 ll l that there are honest people enough left At
a people's party convention, of
i 4 In this great and prosperous nation who which W. G. Borden was chairman andJ. Cypress Door Company m

4, will rise above party and rebuke those F. Rhodes secretary, and certified to Coffins and Casket
blantant blatherskites who wish
i'i to tarnish by John L. Crawford, secretnry of state, ,
k 't Uncle Sam's fair name by trying to the following names were tiered to be PALATKA: F-L.A.
,
1 force him Into bankruptcy In times of placed on the election ticket as. candidates -
"* prosperity and peace when there Is no for presidential electors fur the Opened October 1st, 1806, turned the steam on to
f 9 # ccasion for It, as his nephews and nieces Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department Is UDder -
State of Florida, to be voted for at the
Ii have more per capita than any other election to be held on Nov. 3rd, 'DO : One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Blind most the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using!Ill
t ,
Improved methods of
T nation on tho globe and always have Alonzo P. Baskln, Charles C. Post, J. embalming. All orders by mall or wire receive prompt
i ,,1 paid: their foreign and domestic bills in F. Hancock, jr., and Royal W. Starrs. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States attention. EDWARD STILING,
r ,t ,i dollars that were universal would At a People's Party convention, of 4 Cocoa, Indian River, Flo.
How cheap the majority of us which F. J. Pemberton chairman
was
i 11 '1 fool to seo good, old Uncle Sam: go down and L. S. Light secretary, and certified And with experienced management, (covering:; a past experience of eight:
into his breeches pocket and pull out a to by John L. Crawford, Secretary: of ,, years in Cypress: ) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best
M material and at hands. Our will cover THE DECANTER.
5J-oont dollar and tender It to his foreign State, Wm. Robert Peterson was nomi- possible workmanship our production
1 creditors in lieu of a 100-oent one, and nated to have his name placed on the Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials\ Tanks, Glass, etc.
sue them point at him the finger of
election ticket as a candidate for representative -
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shame and exclaim : "You old scapegrace of the Second Congressional Lesley c :Renaker
F f are you not ashamed to offer us District of Florida, to be voted for at the ,
that stuff when you have always boasted election to be held on November 3, 1800. Phoenix The St. Augustine Cycle Co.
Dirt. Y aboutyour; .honesty! and ability to pay At a caucus of the Republican party Foreign and Domestic Brands' of Wines, Brandies, Rums Gins and Wits! ,
I : '::11..1 your debts In the HIIIIIU kind of collateralp of which Dennis Eagan-was chaiimnnand Union. Bottled
r i ''r :.is you received t Why, we shall bo coin- Beers. Ales and Sfnnf.. -
Jos. E. Lee secretary, and certified Has the best line of wheels --
:' t i t polled to combine and give you a good to.by John L. Crawford, Secretary of Diamond A First-class Line of Cigars.: **. Billiard' and Pool TableS:

'- ;' r,' t .1 sound thrashing for your brazen effrontery "- State: the following names were orderedto and sundries in the state. All Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail
I.,' 'I I 1 and unpardonable dishonesty. be placed on the election ticket as a Excels orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY\ RENAKER Titusville,FU.
; ,
t "\ You need not laugh, for they may do candidates for presidential electors for Kinds of bicycle repair work
; ;4 It or try to, as they lick all small '
II the State of Florida, to be voted for at
) ;,l" 1 nations that try 'to repudiate their honest the election to be held on the :gird! of and other Ladies neatly done. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition
debts. November 1800 Patrick E. Atlanta,Oa., 18US.
: McMurrny,
There are many strict partyites In all Henry W. Bishop, Mathew B. Macfar- and Gents in Stock. F. W. BEERS, Prop.
parties who would vote ticket purporting lane, Samuel Petty.At .
,i ; s to be a regular one If their platform a republican convention held, of ---- THE G. H. HAMMOND COMPANY

( contained planks advocating free whiskey which E. J. Alexander was chairman, OEOUO MAUX. JOIIIf MARX.MARX .
and free love which aro analoglstlo ,
and A. W. Smith and certified
to free silver, and would be an Irraclbla to by John I,. seol'etar1J, Secretaryof :BROS.
blot upon this. model republic Now the State: Jos. N. Stripling was nomina- ,
j I popoorats, In order to compel a few hundred ted to have his name placed on the election Wholesale Dealers In- PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
d millionaires to would rob the
dlvy, ticket as a candidate for lepresenta-
I millions that have accumulated a little tive of the Second Congressional Districtto Groceries: : Fruit: aJ.1.d. Prod.: "\loe. Hammond Ind.
Ilk
wealth through their own Industry and be voted South Omaha, Neb., Chicago,
for the held
at election to be ,.
131 and 133 KM Nay Street and S3 and a N..n..n Street
frugality, or have lawfully Inherited a November 3, 180(1.( Salesrooms, 231 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
t little property; aud what stimulus would At a National Sound Money Democratic ;r aoh
anyone have to save a dollar for a rainy convention, of which Erastus Markets
party
day, old age or a dependent calling wet G. Hill was chairman, and F. C. Bird ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY.TO Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies.Wr1te .
water our stock of money by 53: secretary, and certified to by John L.
tents worth of silver a dollar t Crawford, Secretary of State: the follow : "U.s :ror :Jr1ces.
Having failed to show the wage earners ing names were ordered to be placed on GROWERS-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege
that the 10 to 1 scheme would be a I the election ticket as presidential electors tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow
'r i benefit to them, Mr. Bryan tells us far for the State of Florida to be voted Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.

I; more that It would enhance the value of on at the election to be held on the 3rd: MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE FLA. LANDS for Lemons
t our products; but the only way It could of November, 181M1: Augustus E. Max- Grape Fruit & Pineapples
i; be done would be to curtail the production well, Joseph B. Wall, John L. InglU, ,
i and place a high tariff on our Im- John L. Oasklns. IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES FLORIDA.In .

t ports and you know that In not democratic At a National Sound Money Democratic HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ?

doctrine, although there Is no party convention, of which EdgarP. order to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits In the Counties named, tile
; other possible way to legislate up the Allen was chairman, and E. C. Bird
t products of our farms or manufactures secretary, and certified to by John L. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. win for the next 9 months make a Seduction
l because the articles we export are the Crawford Secretary of State, Daniel G. If not, don't you think you ought to have one ? I have got the Five Minute ,
'r'' common necessaries of life, and not lux Ambler was nominated to have his name White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, at the following prices, via : of Tienty-flre Per Cent on Price of Its Lands la Above Counties,

) cereals uries. The are controlled prices of our by the meats foreign and placed for on the election ticket of,the as a Second candidate 1 quart at.. .. .... .. .. ... ... ... ... .... ..-. .. ... ... .* 1.30 each. ]UFor terms and Prices OR UNTIL DECEMBER 15th, 1SW-

markets. Why P Because we raise such Congressional representative District of Florida be :3 quart at.. . ......., ... .... .... ... .... 1.50 each. D. C. apply tow
r enormous quantities that we cannot be- voted on at the election to be held, to on 3 quart at.t .. .. ... .. .. ... ........ .. .. ... .. .... 1.80 each. C.SUTTON VALENTINE or W- R. MOSES West Palm Beach, Fin.
.1 Quart ,. .. 2.2O. each. Fort Lauderdale, FIlL
to them at---
cin consume at home and must November 3, 1800. ----- --- -------- ------ ----- -- -- ----- ------ p----- F. S. MORSE, Miami. Fla
ana an outlet for them. How can After having the tickets printed according These prices are only good until the stock is exhausted. Keep your eye on or to
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tho prices of our Florida fruits and to law, and distributed them In this Bargain Column. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,,
vegetables be Increased when they can the different ballot boxes, to be sent to ST. AUGUSTINE FLT
I 11 be Imported from countries where labor the several precincts in the county, the _
4 and transportation la so much cheaper P Board adjourned, to meet again, the THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART I THE t.:
Whoever Is elected presIdent If this first Monday in November, 1890. ,
state goes for Bryan, an stigma will be. Inspectors and clerk:-In our last Issue GEO.
WIEDEMAN
Hade for Soil 3-inch Tread.
COMPANY
ti placed upon It like that. on Kansas and the County Commissioners failed to add Sandy Having # tit 1/t BREWING ,

; where so many have lost money, the following I : No. 18, Ankona-Inspectors -
17t capitalists will refuse to loan or Invest : John Waller, M. Tancre, L. S. FOR SALE BY Fine Beers Standard Extra* ma a _
money In a state that favors repudiation, Eldred; Geo. Saeger, clerk. Brewers ,lager,

r I f they many find foreclosing that the their majority mortgages favor the when 16 EDWARD STILING....._.-... ... ...... .............. A. ETHEL, Manager. Bridge St...

,l labor to 1 bankruptcy to antagonize act.'''capital'It is ,no for use they for Camp-meotlnff at New Smyrna The Lumber Hardwire and Paint Dealer. Wolh ;; gBa 'aokAlC:>tavi11o: .Florid: : '
o.rd 10 ,
must both J band In hand. e a dozen pints.Amber
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rows, suitable for Truck Gardeners and Growers 3-ln. tread A size :
Orange
Hr. Bryan's adherent will tell you Quite a number of our people took ; larger 10 dozen pints White... .. "i"1 .
suitable for Plantation e-ln. tread., .!...1'1. .
Pineapple ,
that Palmer and Buokner the
are Republican advantage of the cheap excursion to #-bbls. beer.. ... ... .V.'V',
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e l annex or kitchen, but tell them New Smyrna "last Sunday, no less than COCOA Indian River. FLORIDA. -bbla. .

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