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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: November 6, 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: UF00079909:00051
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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Ole :13. No. 1 =3. TITTJS TELLIE, FLA., FRIDAY, NOV. 6, 1896. Price, 5c.


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LOCAL NEWS -Mr. W. J. Kagnn, of Tropic, gave Read This Column Carefully. -Mr. Frank Fonder, of Orchid, ar- -Mr. and Mi-s-.G. F. Duren and famIly '!tr! GIVE THE "ADVOCATE" ANA
our office a short call on Wednesday.The rived in town yesterday. returned to town yesterday from })VT. It Is a Hood Advertising Medl -
ml Topics of General Interest. LOCAL ADVTR. Ten Cents Per Line Per Miami, where they have been residing I um far those who want to increase
sound money boys did themselves Week, on this (front) page. -:Mm. Geo. W. Scobie has been on the for some months past. They expect to tI 1 heir business.A .
justice in Titusville on Tuesday. sick list this week. .remain permanently In Titnsvllle, Mr. : -1 f

Llety and General Oosslp In
lth Bl. .o end'yne Halifax Bay, take Rivers Worth, Key Indian.Went town, Wednesday, by Mr. J. E. Fultz. Reynolds, Titusville, has ordered a big been spending a day or so in town this at Miami.A 'of J Ji.ua Kline.

Lnd tsnana oil other Important Point along; the ,' -County Surveyor J. O. Fries, of Sebastian stock. Look out for them. week. petition,.addressed to the County I

ut Coast. of Florida. Brief mention of paid Titusville a visit on Wednesday -There will be a dance at the AlFresco C'ommllllllonerM.was being circulated In HOTEL NOTES. .
from Various Parts hotel Jensen this town. yesterday, asking that Bin Lakea -
ntorettlng Events HKADQUAKTERS for Singer sewing ma- (Friday) about five miles
sheet of fresh water
[,f the World Yon I About Don't People Know You- Picked Knownd : -Sheriff Jas. E. Bowman went quail chines. W. R. Knox, agent, Tituaville.Ilraa's evening. west of tow_be opened'! again to loversof I ''nelllleftlbel'". TitiiHville has two hotel..

( People Society Editor and a large af fLf shooting one day this week, and bagged Judge M. S. Jones left for Jackson plscatoiUr sport. The Idea seemed o;/;>en toentortala the traveling public.
up by Our Mattered along the 2S quail. Root Heel.-the great summer ville, yesterday, to spend a couple of to; meet with general; approval, ns It was
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CorreKpondents Note of advt. of Florida
change East
|East Coast of Florida. -Mr. and Mis. F. W. Kettle, after an drink-at F. S. Chaffoe}: CO'H. lays. signed by a.Barge,number of the The registered lake- C; oast Hotel :System: ,, on 7th page.
enjoyable trip north, are again at their Daren & Feaster have sold out\ their voters. In this district.
cozy home in St. Augustine. SINGKII machine attachments supplied neat business at Miami to Jerome was onlercwt closed by the last l logis- 1'1lIlIotel; : St. Augustine, Is now III
atuie In 13UB. f.i ill working order, under the able inangonwnt -
Feaster' .
by W. K. Knox Titusville.
wild agent,
-Quail
turkey and I duck shootIng -
------ ---- a : of Mis. S. A. Poll.
thwt: have been in order this week with -llokey.lo} Yates are having sundry
some of our sportsmen, who met with DON'T BUY CHRISTMAS TOYS un- alterations made in the stole they me Suet Ac 4
general good luck.President til you have seen Mrs. Reynolds' stock occupying.Mrs. poi_ and ready to receive guosts. /See

d t tau Wm. M. Blown, of the which will Boon be on view at her store Chas. K. Kenyon will leave Miss Wa Campbell, one of Tropic'smost I kclvt. on 7th page.

Bank of Bay Biscajiie:\ came up from on Washington avenue, Tltusvlllo.WIIKKK New York for Titusville to-morrow (Sat charming young ladles, had the Do- not fail to note that Hotel Coqulun,
Miami, Tuesday, to cast his vote in favorof urday). m Illfol tUlle to fall and breakher arm tatter" the management of lreKRI's.SeiHer/
sound lIe to return while gulag aboard the steamer Ih11lnt\ .fc Vlnlng, will open Its doors Deo. 3nl.
money.
expects to Seo list of hotels
: stop. on
Miami -There will bo lots of fun at Miss locklucfyro Thursday last. Dr. Hughott -
to
to-day. our 7th page.MILLINERY I Lucy Robinson's (Eden) cob-web party attended to the broken member, and Hotel Barcelona, one of St. Augustine's

n SS -:Miss Kate Piitchard, after spending next Thursday evening. lisa Campbell: is getting; along all well' cutlet and popular hotels, Is now ready"

1s a couple of weeks at Miami with her AND DRESSMAKING at -The members of St. Gabriel's Guild an can. be expected under the elrcumtance t.' ., roetiiive guests.. It Is managed by Mrs.

sister, returned to TitiiHville on Tuesday Mrs. II. W. Reynolds', Titusville. will meet at Mrs. Gauldun's residence *. .llazultlne.

-just In time to join In the rejoicingof this (Friday) afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Mr. Chas. Galllard of St. Augustine,
those who voted for sound .
money.Mr. 'has uvouptml a position as chief clerk at
MONEY. We want money to loan on first A Profitable Knterprlso" at Can
P. who
-lr. and Mrs. Jan. Vlnlng
/ Hotel Miami He Is
Conolly.
quite aIMtpulnr
C. T. McCarty a well known
,
real estate moitgages. Ten percent averal.
been Wllllamstown Mass. all
have at
and prominent resident of Ankona has young man, and we wish him
free of all expenses to lender. D., L. have returned to Hotel
the summer, success In his now office.
been spending a couple of days in town Gaulden, Titusville. every
Ormond.
this week. lIe was very much tickled Coquina, Our,Canaveral correspondent says : Lusdllard Villa. St. Augustine, forniery -
over the fact that Titusville went for -Flag Day (Saturday last) was generally J. P.:. Turner, of Poncu Park, Is making the,residence of Mr. Pierre Loilllaid
sound money. CHRISTMAS IS COMING, and so Is a big observed In Titusville, bunting and extensive preparations for gathering and is again after daving undergone .n
stock of Toys-at Mrs. H. W. Reynoldsstore open*
heie
elD'YO Miss Aline the stars and stripes being conspicuous drying tho palmetto berry crop thorough overhauling. It Is managedvery
Brady who went to East
Titusville. on of the business houses and abouM. We are glad to see that some
many successfully by Mrs. J. U. Herimn-
t Boston, Mass., about two months ago
at
residences.Mr. one bait enterprise enough to secure
dea and her 110....
with Mis. L. A. Brady will probably
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TOYS t TOYS J 11 J TOYS I 111 J I Mrs. II. W. least a portion of the large crop here.
remain there until January next to com- Adhemar Brady, who has been
We understated that Mr. Turner has It is not probable that Hotel Alcazar,
AT plete the term at the musical academyshe Reynolds, Titusvllle, will have a big acting as bookkeeper in E. L. Brady's orders for n,000 bushel of dried berries, St. AMtgusUnev will open before Saturday
is attending, after which she will supply for Chi'1st mas. store during the time of his. brother's
and that is only a small part of the I the Uth hist. Supt. C. B. Knott Is
'" return home to TitusvHle. vacation north, will now attend to business amount of berries which could be gath- expected 1% the Ancient Citle In.. few
TUB Indian River hotel barber shop has matters of his own. This would be days" time Mon- f
-Mr. J. E. Ingraham gave a sailing ered In, this vicinity. a -probably Sunday or
the best workman In the We
::if""" JOB PRINTING at this office. party, Saturday night night last, In honor satisfaction to county.all our ous- -Mr.'R. W. Goode one of Melbourne's good place fur a nmnutictuilng druggist; 'day.As

of Mrs. Caroline W. Lockwood and guarantee tomers. II. S. Meadow prominent citizens, passed through here, to; erect a small laboratory and use the will be seen on our 7th page, Mr.
Hiss Anna Lockwood,of New York, who prop. yesterday, on his way to Jacksonville to berries: flesh Instead of dried, as It Is G. W..Sehuylerproprietorof the In.lIl1D-
pIf you receive a sample copy of have been the guests of Miss Anna Mc- attend a state meeting of republicans. believed that half of the good; qualitiesof ola House: lall.oolft. Is again soliciting
kite ADVOCATE It is intimation thatt
would give, us pleasure an to add your Kay, St. Augustine, during the past -Editor Oslin, of Melbourne Times, lie expects to.return home to-morrow. the berry are lost !fin drying. the; patronage of the traveling public.

week or so. the ADVOCATE a pleasant call on This well-kept house. ) Is situated Mer-
ame to our fast-increasing list of sub gave Engineer Fred Aldildge, of New COUNCl on
scribers. It does not cost you three -Mr. and Mrs. H.: J. Dolson left here, Wednesday.Mr. York after spending a short time In Titusville TOWN 1'UOOKKU- rltts Island':, and we bespeak for It a,

ants per week (postage included) when Saturday last, for Urbana, 0., where and Mrs. Julius Tyler, prominent yesterday left for Rockledge, INUS.Tho share of public patronnge.
aken by the year, and It can be sent to they will again reside. Mr. Dolson occupied citizens of Fort Pierce, were pleasant where he will take charge of Mr. Harry Superintendent! A. M. Taylor and Mr. .

von In any part of the United States or the position of superintendent of visitors to town on Wednesday.Some Eyer's launch, Nancy Hanks. regular meeting of the Tlttuxllle Arthur Marsh, connected with the Florida -
/
Canada! without extra the Titusville Electric Light Works
expense. East Coottt Hotel
System are expected -
Council held Monday the ,
big catches of fish have been Town was on ,
$1.50 per annum, in advance. which he resigned on Friday last. His -The ADVOCATE appreciates the many with the members 1 t<_ arrive In St. Augustine next week.
$1.00 six months, .. place will be filled by Mr. S. F. Gray, of made fishermen from the Titusville this week.wharf by amateur friendly calls and letters it has received 2nd J'I'elumt lust., (I. \f. Suoble!: following, chairman; K. F. Mr. Taylor will again illl the position of
$2.00 to countries. this; place. this; week from sdund money Democratsand of tile Casino, while Mr Marsh
per an. foreign Hull, J. M. Dixon: 1'. W. Lund; B. C. manager ;
-The hottest In Titusville this Republicans. We did not think we will "First Lon of the
day net
as Treasury"at
-Mr. Grotjan Ronald of Lotus who L. T. Coudey
lict'imj1eour.autln/ot; / mayor; ,
has been spending the summer in Balti- week was Monday, when the temperature had so many sound money friends In the maritliiil; U. Caiy-Klwuit, cleik. Hotel Aloasnr-the hotel which, last
Read Miami items on second page. more and places In Virginia and Ken- reached 83: in the shade. No need county.Dr.. TUo following bills were audited and season, was so well looked after by Man

-:Mr. J. M. Sanders, of Cocoa, was in tucky, stopped over here, from Saturdayuntil for fires yet. G. W. Holmes, of Sharpes, who ordered paid! ager Jos. I'. Greaves and Room Clerk A.

town Monday. Monday, en route home. lIe looks -Mr. A. D. Baldwin, of New Haven, has been spending several months In L. T. Coodey( marshal, :520 days." *.tl.05J. : S. Loomls.

Archdeacon and Mrs. B. F. Brown remarkably well after his summer put- Conn, one of Rocklodge's regular winter Columbus, 0.; Indianapolis and other C. Jouuu, inspector of election! I.U.I: lintel Conolly, Miami, has been crown-
pent from until ,Monday at Ing, and said he had gained. fifteen visitors, will be amusing,himself In his places, returned home yesterday, looking It. K. Minis, Jr., 1.S5: ex! with success since Its opening. It Is
Cocoa. Saturday pounds in weight.Mr. orange grove this week.It much better In health than when he It. R. Pylo, 1.25F. the rendezvous for most of the prominent -

Chas. K. left. :Miss Jessie Arnold of Indian A. Morgan, clerk 1.23 Key west\ people, and a Jolly set they
-Mr. J. F. Mitchell, of Cocoa, paid Keuyom's orange grove is strange how sore some people apolis a niece of Dr. Holmes, accompanied I''. 1>. Caw deputy inamlml . 1.2.1: have proved to bo. The Conolly Is said
and he he
Titusville a flying visit the first of the is will looking about in good shape boxes, of says feel over an election-if their special favorite .- him, and will remain at Sharpos R. U.: Smith, .' 8 days H.IIQ to bo the only homelike hotel In Miami

week. ship twenty oranges Is not elected. Now the electionIs all the winter. Klectil3 Light company 01).84 and Us patronage is much deserved. Perhaps
north this season. We sampled the oranges let do little work in the In-
us a
over
G. C. Elwes, clerk, salary l for Oct. 1S.UO 0.1\\ addition will be in the
-Mr. A. C. Dittmar, one of Fort on Sunday last, and found them ofa terest of the East Coast. -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold put on
Plerce's prominent residents was In towna superior flavor to what we anticipated.Mr. divine service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal It was moved, seconded and carried near future, as will be necessary sooneror .
Among the down-river people that the returns of the municipal election later The hotel has been crowdedall
day or so this week. Kenyon is doing considerable workon many church on Sunday next, the 8th Inst., at
his in town this week we noticed Messis. be opened and the vote canvassed and the week.
-Mr. Geo. F. Paddlson Eau Gallie's place.Mr. 11 a. m. and 7 p. m., with Holy Communion elected
J. M. Sanders, M. S. Sams, A. L. the following were declined :
'ell known lumber merchant, spent a and ,Mrs. Jas. McFarlane, after Hatch, Jno. II. Sums, John Henry, W. at the morning worship. The l\layor-U; P'. Hall.
few hours in town Wednesday.The spending the summer at the Highlands, R. Sanders John Houston, E. W. Hall, sermon In the morning will be on ChristIan Elec- Aldermen for one year-George W. Notice.
while "The Great
N. C., passed through Titusville, Satur- J. D. Crab.Captain. citizenship Sooble It. C. Scilmguour.
Bryan and Sewall Club of Titus- tion" will be the title for the discourseIn ,
day last, en route to their home, Loch- M. The Democratic Executive Commute
vllle Aldermen for two yelus-Jolm
has had lots of fun at the expense A. J. Canova, who has been the erenlng.
of the ADVOCATE all the side, Lake Worth. Mrs. McFarlane has Dixon, W. It. Knox. will meet at Tltimvllle on Tuesday Nov.
through campaign running .a launch on the Hudson rivernearly .
under medical in Atlanta
; but-we won't word. been treatment Clerk-G. Cary-Klwes. 10th at two o'clock p. 111., to canvass
say a all the summer is on his to
,
way
during the past six weeks, and we are the side election held
and McKinley Safe.Kditor Marshal-R. S. Smith.: the vote cast at ,
-Hallowe'en Eve had its anniversary pleased to note she is on the road to re Indian River with a launch party, Collector-L. T. Coodoy. Nov. 8nl, 11'11'for: County Commission
and will probably be at Rockledge this
nw Saturday, but we saw no kind of Tile above' officers took the oath of ers. A full attendance Is requested.By .
ville.amusement to mark the event in Titus- covery.A tennis tournament between Or- or next week. Advocate: office with the exception of I.. T. order TIIOS. JOIINNOX,

lando and Conway players was held last -Mr. W. H. Cody, a well known representative NEW YOIIK, Nov. 4, 5W: p.m. Coodey, who declined to qualify an col Chairman. ,
-Mrs. Henry Egger is one of the Wednesday at "Askam House," the of an Atlanta fertilizer firm. lector. N. N. PKNNV, Sccty.Orange .
charming young married ladles In town country home of Col. D. G. Cary-Elwes, spent from Saturday until Monday In I There Is an overwhelming victory for It was moved seconded and carrie) ,
*{Uo; is struggling with the intricacies of father of Mr. G. Cary-Elwes, of Titus- town. lie Is right jovial young fellow I McKinley, and we can rejoice that we that It. C. Scrlmgeour he president of
Uio bicycle. ville, resulting In a victory for Conway. and had been on a business trip as far as me to have a sound money Congress./( the Board of Aldermen for the coining .* from the Dahuinaa.

Playing began at 11 o'clock. Lunch was Bay Btscayne. Mr. Cody left for Orlandoon SOUND MONKY.

new-The 4-page Florida Voice is the title edited of a served by Colonel Elwes to the players Monday morning's train. [We received the above from a prom year.It was moved, seconded and carried The British schooner City of Nassau

and published monthly by Mr.newspaper Arthur C., Jackson and their friends.Mr. -Miss B. A. Bryant and her mother inent ADVOCATE subscriber In New York that. T. W. Lund ltt appointed to illl the Captain Kelly, entered at the customhouse -

Palm Beach. and Mrs. J. W. Ballantine, of arrived from Jacksonville the end of last and NO partly based our conclusions.ED. vacancy. on the hoard of Aldermen I Jacksonville, on Saturday last,
Somerville- N. J., passed through Titus I week and they now occupy the Ray .] caiiHod by the resignation of R. F. Hall.. from :harbor Inland and Nassau with the

-Mr. Henry Crutcher, a well known ville Tuesday, en route to Sharpes to cottage, which they have rented for six The following committees were ap following cargo, consigned to A.. McCal-
and energetic representative of the Brad- winter. have months. They are In hopes that the pointed lum A Son: Fifty thousand oranges In
Fertilizer Co., stopped over In Titus- spend friends the who are always They pleased to many see change to this milder section will be LateNt Xews of the Klectloii. Io'inance-Ooo. W. Scobie, chairman; bulk, 15/ barrels of oranges 3 barrels of

vl\1e\ from Saturday until Monday, on his them Indian River. Miss Ballantine beneficial to their health, which has not W. H. Knox T. W. Lund. lemons,' 8,21(1( cocoanuts and a lot of
return from Dade county.Mr. will\ come on south later. We are pleasedto been of the best lately. A United Press dispatch from Chicago Stieetan chairman It. C. Scrlmgoour, John M. over six passengers, Americans returnto -
"Chairman Jones of the Democratic ;
that Mrs. Ballantine like says :
H. E. Cleveland note many Postmaster W. S. Norwood seems to
a popular representative Dixon. the United State. from the Bahamas.
National Committee has Issued a
of the Cleveland Furniture other prominent ladies-appreciated the be bavfbg more real enjoyment out of resolutions and
Co. I firm stand for sound bulletin this (Thursday) evening, giving Rules ordinances
Jacksonville, was in town on Friday ADVOCATE'S: money.Mr. the election than anybody In town, and charities-R. C. Scrlmgeour T. W
last the fight and conceding McKlnley'selection.
for the Purpose of looking for a Roswell Coleman, who has been bin hearty, stentorian laugh Is certainlyvery up ." Lund, W. R. Knox.: Cedar Logs' Wanted.
follow.dby'SherUf .
building suitable for a furniture store. contageous. lie Is closely It was moved seconded and carried !
A' ,
acting as conductor on 'J. T. K. W. J. E. Bowman and Mr. J. W. -

-"If you want to Increase your busl- branch between Beresford and DeLand, Rogers. They even make our new mar- Up to thin time McKinley baa received be that the bonds of collector each. and! treasurer I will pay cash for first quality logs
flees, It Is ) ad- returned home on Monday and now occupies Rod Smith have outbursts of placed at fti.OOO that will siiuare 10 Inches length
certainly a good plan to the J. T. A K' shal, Mr. I 277 electoral vote, and Bryan 170. The following bill was audited and ordered upi;
his old position on
lertlse In the local Mrs. and fat" Is 7ft. Address:
papers, says laughter. "Laugh grow a up.
T. W. Lund for lumber to
between Titus- paid:
W. W. Railway train,running .
Rd' Reynolds, Titusville. See her good old maxim. GERARD II. AXOIRIIOIIU !
8. on 1st and 8th villa and Sanford. Mrs. M. L. Colemanand : MOVEDt repair bridges, U.12. which amount also t South Jacksonville{ Fla.
page. Mrs. Roswell Coleman who spent a VIce-Presldent J. R. Parrotf, Gen'l.Traffic covers bill for $1.50 mentioned In mlnutesof -

Conductor J. B. Hunnlcntt of St. few days at DeLand and Jacksonville, Manager J. P. Beckwith, Supt. K. June 1.
W118'; who .ha. been ou a three returned with him. T. Goff and Gen'l. Freight Agent( W. J/ We are now ready for business In our A communication from Dr. D. R Grapple Dredged
trip to the mountain. of North Janis, of the Florida East Coast Rail- new quarter. In the AnvocATe block : Wilson regarding sanitation, was read .
Carolina. returned home on Satordayhast. -Mrs. Louis A. Brady and infant son of way; and Senator Gaillard and Civil We are Increasing our stock of Drugs and held for consideration. For canal work clearing swamp etc.,

I Airs. Hnnnl tttt accompanied her after a pleasant sojourn of a couple Engineer G. T. Spencer, of the F. C. L. and Fancy Articles daily, and hope In a i There being no further business, the half yard to any capacity desired, w hlcli a
l> b d. months or so with relatives In East Boston C. i T. Co., went south Wednesday, on short time to place before our customers Board adjourned. are rapid In operation and low in price.
M_, returned to town Mondaylast Mr. Parrott's private car. The vice- the largest and best equipped stock In G. CART-KI.WKS Clerk. Address, EDMUND M.Chattanooga. Ive_..
SOma of the first pineapples we that accompanied by Mr. Brady, who president and his official staff are always the county. 0.25-11.25 Tenn.
seen forRaced BOrne ilme** *, were those went north about a month ago for a hustling around In the Interest of their FRED S. CiiArree 8c Co.,
the >VOOAT sanctum this few weeks' stay at the same place. Mr. road. TltusvUle Fla. 'Bones Wanted. +
week The) were a present from Mr. and Mrs. Brady are much benefited by Mattings.
Alfred Cox of Eden. A sample of )(r. the change likewise their boy who Is New LIJIE of Walking HaU. Popular Save your bone and send them to the

T' V. More's (Jensen) pineapples also' now au Immense and fine child for his price. Mrs. H. W. Reynolds, Titus Shoes. Shoes Shoe Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack- baa '
Proved to be of delicious ftavor. age. Their many friend gladly welcome .lIIe. Tin.CWAtt. sonvllle, Fla. Will pay cash for them. Julius Kline Tltu.vl11ei mat just received of ;
an ulP.
to their midst.
them again Ladles', gent' and children' shoes of For pretty and neat design, and .la offering

for Flnt-claM Orange. FOB LADIES at Julius Kiln'., every description, at prices) to suit all Bale Cheap. them at prices which >wlll be sure to a;
For Rent. TUnavllle; all the latest and best classes. An elegant stock now on ham meet the approval of those of the ADVo- )

Lemon and Grapefruit Trees order fashion Now Is the time to secure to chose from. Don't fall to call and Two fine pool and one billiard table; OATS readers needing such an IndUpe-
I rom Store Building and Fixtures; central a rare bargain In the fine assortment examine my fine stock before going else all complete. For particulars writ to sable household article. Call and Mtleott: ri

Sole owner and nag'ir'of' Orlando location on river front. now on hand. You will certainly be where. J. B. Toom, what you want la thin line, which .U*,
yr erie tOTUlnd0fFla. Box: 145, Daytona,Fla. pleased with your purchase. A JULIUS KLIXE, Tltusvllle. Jacksonville, FIa.t4 complete la every ....pee.. ;rt







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dancers, aaiid i Hotel Conolly ,has been Mr. Jacob B. Brown, of Grahamvllle, Don't Worry about your health. Keep Florida East Coast Rail ;

alive wlt .m1Llio.ever since their .Arrival.. S. C., was troubled with chills and fever, your blood pure by taking Hood's Sarsa- Way

X-Rays. :They came to attend the opening;ball at and unable to procure relief, until he parllla and you need not fear the typhoid gripcolds ;

.' ...the Conolly, which glorious event took began/; to take Ayei"s rills lie is now bronchitis' pneumonia or FOKMKKLY THE
enjoying excellent health and is a warm lever.
.place Friday of last week. The party and sincere advocate of Ayer's Pills, for JacKsonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway

i :l'i Of severest trial arid, test prove : consisted of Mr. and Mrs. JobD.'T. Saw- all complaints of stomach, liver, or Hood's Tills are the favorite family! cathartic Time Table in Effect June lath, 181> .

', : In regard to Hood's 6araparllla yer aud three children, Mr. and Mrs.\ G. bowels. easy to take, easy to operate. ..
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\W.JleynoldaMr8. ,M, Falk .Mrs. Wm. South Bound. North Bound ::
i Greatest Merit : ,
; 1'1 High peaks are numerous In Colorado.
1st, : McKlllup, Mr. and Mrs. I. M..Nevarro, WhMlook. i 1'0. 1'0 Xo. :So. 1'0. -
K..te ,
MlM
.I There In that state of mountains 178 S'1ATJO"S
I r Secured by a peculiar.Combine. are : 8TATIOXS. 31. E- 200 85 7R NoylAA y4Lv :
,i tion Proportion and I'rocess ; Miss Lillie Albury, Miss Myrla- CUI'ry. peaks each of which towers above the Miss Kate Wheelock, the well known JackAonvl1\o.\ .. 11111 a T lib j .... .... . Lv 1I11111nl . ,. .. -11110--Ii an: -;--- 'i la. ..:.I t.
31 1 4t, unknown to others which, Miss Wllllanna Williams, Miss ..Elaine whist teach, began her successful professional Ar St AIIIIIRtlno.1030 a 82 p .. .I.vI."IIIon'lty.... III0aan llaaa a
wen to a height greater than ''lQOOO<) feet. .. '
. Lv 1't Lalllleflll1le. 11117
. '! naturally and actually produces2d I, Jlensen and Mies T. Falk. The party clLfl'er.I0 or 13 years ago. At Lv Lv E.StAII' .(.netl..e..11t1. 1033: II II. ." .. . .. Lv Linton......... 611:1am: a In 7"y.. o

' Createst Cure; J'' was chapcionedby: < Col. Peter tWllllams first she taught A class for nothing, but ArI81..tka..1--. -----:-- 11 I / -.... .... -..... -. . Lv 'V Palm leach 7 :10 a III ,
: 'X T ANTED-FAITHRUL MEN OR sa .... .... .. .. ..... LvW Jupiter .... 8\111 p m 124aa
the idea that ...
and lion. Geo. Curry, who proved to be she was soon ,struck by Lv 1'alntkn... __. lOCH LvJen'OAII....... .. 8 59 all'' 111
Shown by thousands of honest ,. VV women to travel for responsible she hud a money making occupation) at Ar San () 100 -. . -.... ... .....i.v Eden. .... .. .... 9114( a III 3.,1',, rI''
the old men In Key West. At established house in .Florida. ,
voluntary testimonials which youngest Salary Lv San Mateo :..IOIMI. Fort lerce.... 940am' 341\
r'gular'll'e
\h; uaturaUyandactuallyproduce 12H30: o'clock on the morning following $7HO and exp_ ell.
ent. Reference. Enclose selfiaddreHHedstamped for her instructions. Ever since then Lv ... .... I 07 p ,. ..... ? .. I.v ltoseland. 1144 8 III 'I
"t Greatest Sales : ,their.arriva1, colored string band, with The National Star she has had til she could do in the way l.vrortCr naytons nll'o. lIllI'1 ........... .... Lv1l1l'1..ollrllo..I12lalll. : ,, ,
', tl' i envelope. ... 1110.. ... ,.. ... .... \ 113aIAIII..
3d a cornet that could have drowned a can Lv New Smvra .tvrall :aJ\lo.b'j' '1'
I : Insurance lildg., Chicago. of conducting classes has traveled from Lv ltllsvllle...... 2 : .... ..... : .t. .. .
I According to the statements of non, appealed'on the steps of the ,hotel place to wherever classes have LV'ocoa..... ... .. 1I:8'111' .". .. ,.. ......,. .... L ( nlA ..,.." 1200 l' III "
I IrugglHta all over the country. p.-co htlR .. .. .. ..... .L v .tun 11\\e..I..12Ii11PIII., ,
Tv lOx kledgr '
1 'I In these three points bode and poured forth.olley of,airs. :Then -Send to the AIWOCAT.K\ office and been organised and has lately introduced' Lv Eau hallle .... 403.. '"". .."... . .. tv few nyma... 2110 I'' OIl .. "I'
; p SarsaparlUa Is peoulliur Itselt. 'C pt. ,Bravo opened the door, and headedby get free information respecting: the new au invention iu the ulinpe of a stereopttccm 5lelbourne. .... 413 l' .... ... ... ........... ; Orange. 2r: 1'11I. ,, "Il.vRe'H..lao"
I ap; waterworks for houses able'to .. 4112.. .. .. .. .. .... ..... Lv lay,ona... .... 233 P'" ",
is
, I 'I him tbe band marched Into the system farms; by uieuna of which she I.v Reh'Ullllon' .....' .4117 I' ... ..... 10 a ...... I.v Orll1on.2411 p III .. ,
etc. No overhead tanks used. This Is teach large clauses to better ad LvF..rtJ.lerco.... 611111' ..... ... 18 a ...... Ell.t Palatka... 4 23 p III.I'.
Hood'sSarsaparilla !house. ''Purser Gluts., Frltot and Walter I said to be a fine Invention. Circulars l.v"len", ...... 632 l' ....... ... .4 a .. .... ArSnu' Mateo.... 56)/ / in. .
Curry came in last and closed the door sent to any part of the south, free. vantage. l.v..enMell.. ... .... 637 l' ........ a ....... Lv Ban Mateo .. .. 300 POI" .",,
) I I.v W. '"..Iter ..... 730 l' ... .... ... .... :: : _
, behind them, thus leaving tbe entire IvWYahnJ3eachS: .... .... 0a .......rl'alatka.,450.. ..:.... / : "I
-- ---- T.vhlnton. .. .. 4.a5p ..... .... 11 08 a.. ..... Lvlalatka 41MI p -.-. :..:.:. ?' ....
I''I household of the cornet.Presently ,
at
. : theemercy: Lv FtLaIl.lerclalo, 113111' .... .... 1111 a .. .... tv AIIIIIRtlne. 111111 p m\\. ,.. --:
there considerable 'contusion For Vintcr of 1897. Lv I.IIIon City 1020 P .... .... 800 a ...... Lv St. Augustine 111/1/ p 7(flo'l,
.. Jack80Ilvllle..,
, i y Is the best- Itto the One True ""Blood Pnrlfle f..1 j In the second and third story and Miami.. .. ..,.1030p .. 325a 83111) : ., .
A. Jt W. RRANt41
t I ..un'll 'Cnpt. Bravo investigated! (was Trains, 32, 37. and 78 between Jacksonville
4 "',, IM'I, Hoods P111swIUilloud'eSireaparlih L Choice Budded :Florida Orange Grape Fruit and St.Augustine, cI..lly. NORTH J10U1\1.J. -
L J not.learned what*; it was. It proved to -
J Train 20\\) between Miami and Fort Pierce, : 1'10'2' -
STATIONS
Xo \
T( be'"the They had come o
--- YOu g..women. Sally except Momlay. _.

Miami. out.lnto the dark halls to get the benefitof and Lemon Trees. All other trains south of 8t Augustine dally Ar.. New Lake 8myrna Helen 1231111 1212' SlIp Sop 41kq' .. '

( it till, and in going back to dress were 'except Sunday., Orange City 12110..i' 3 asp. '
O. City Juno 135p 3301' :.. ..:,
I tnlx..d up in regard to each other's cloth-
y tho ADVOOATK does allS and True to Name. SOUTH BOIJSD, -
r : IJ Remember Jog. Finally, .Miss Curry came down. Strictly First-class
kinds of Job Printing.i'1 TATIONS. Xo 3 No.1 No IX-

i'1 'J a Miss Kate Pritchard baa '.returned tot ;fihe.was followed by .Miss llensen, Miss Also Peach), Plum and Pear Trees, Grafted Persimmons, Strawberry Plants, Roses, Iv :New Smyrna 405j' Asia": +I -

Williams and Mrs. McKlllup, who joined And in fact everything in first-class Nursery. Lake Helen 2 /SIp( \105sa/ ?
Ic l Tltusville. 10 !the,melee. .''After half hour of dancing grown I.v Orange City 3 nip 11 27a '
1 B3T" Write for Pl'lees.or call,on Ar O. City JulIO. 3 01111 11 aoa ::

:* Workmen were engaged in pulling ;they .proceeded upstairs to rouse GEO. II. WRIGHT,. Orlando, Fla.
1 down an oak tree on Avenue C last the 'balance of the, party. All were finally TI ese Time Tables shows the times at which trains may be expected to arrive And (Ipiiartfmm'
the menl 8tntl nn, tint their arrival or departure at the times Mated, not iiiinronteeil, outairi
7 week. The event was witnessed by a Imuled'out with the exception of the Co' '-mvny hold itself responsible for any delay or any consequences arising tilereCoIDI.F..g. '

r large number.,: '' GeorgelCurry.whobarred' : bls. door and( WILLIAMS, ARt., J. D. BAHNKR
ll e TltuBVllle. A..'t Gen'l rmmenger Agent.
: k The go vein went 'engineers have been it wo re'pby all that was.holy that,he would Chickamauga Stable Co.

t nt work surveying the bay. .Engineer not rise: ,However, the slept nary a ..

Thompson in among the party. Captain wfak. .During tho crusade In the second

', J. W. Sackett In charge,of. the work. ;floor? a.form,. claU all in white, appeared Lookout Mountain, The Tropical Trunk Line.

P df .i Cluulcs P. Curry, Mrs. Curry and their on the HCujiQ..fco.the+ utter horror of all.' 'Phone 319. Tennessee.Lula .
( M !lt; inoadless to say that It caused a
1 two charming daughters: have .returned stampede, though no -ouo was hurt in the Lake and Lula Falls, Lookout Point, Point Park, Sunset Rock Natural, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.
MariettaGa. Newton Orders left at Lookout Inn will
to Miami from Bridge Telephone Rock, Rock City and Village.
k in melee. Finally the V musicians became receive attention. E. D. BEES, Manager. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.
4f N Curry I III at Mansey's, l buniuess. f about dozen
tired, and after bidding a
,
1 J ''t I'i Jtickftunville., good-byes all round, the -goniah< Captain ---SOUTH-- "MLl :NORTHN =-_
There are nearly 1,000 men,em-ployed 11'10.0 No. 21. N-I : 32 Sap u :yulle.a
t ; departed. lIe was consoled with the ::::::: : 4 fl o-j OO-ooa I.v..... ...JACK801'lVIt.I.E.' ,.....Ar 130 am IHfI) p ullLaral\
c $J t in grading; : MJaral Btroots. Sosoon as tact that he had been avenged. You BRICK BRICK BRICK ..... ... Mixed 0371' 927a. .... ....Orange ark... ... ,. .... 6 MaIO 400p .,
I this work ia done there will be a layerof .... 1\loW'y OUp 9Ma .... ... ., ,. .. .Peoria ..... ..... ..... 638am 60lpUlTII..day,
I + kept uae up Aintll 12 ,o'clock and now ........ sndFrl .lIlajnolla.... ... ... .. ... .. .. .... .. Thll.'I''',
1 i:11I rock, .ella. thick, put r : j (t'll keep 'you' up''tlll day so ........ ... .... .... ... .. ..I.. Instwlek. "m..l..u .. ..
$ thoroughfare town.Tbe 1 le did. ........ 10liSa 112111' 1043n .. .,w ..... ...plllatka.... ... .... ,.. 1100.111 44l1pIII 32.\pm
( ri q ........ 112t 11/121'/ 11111a .. ... ........8..tRullla. .....,... .. ,. 426am 4121'10 2411pm
dredge' ''boat ,U at wetk.o. the CALMAR ADAIR. .. ... 114\1a\ 1207p II81a.ommta..t. .... ... 410am 3 11..m. 224pa1215p
t iy M. East Coast Brick Co. ...... / 1222a 11411a....... .Cre.centCltyJunctlon....... 8/1:1am/: 3411'11I Itops125op
''I ti'I point la the .liver'at ,Miami. .large ..I.... 1240a 12 (Mia.. ............Seville... ........ ... 333am 112'J..m Iapa23np :
I amount ,tlf the oocaline rock from the awl Lemon ...... : 113a l24lp.: .... ..JJel.eon Springs. .... ... 2117am 2401.11I l123am
i IMiicapple, Orange .... ..:: 82Op 120a12e2p ... ......... Hlenwollfl ...... ......... 40aon 231.pini00is400p .'
'( riveris piled up on the'BrickelkaWe. It Florida.Are ... .... 14lIa 1 lop .... ........>>..resfor......,. .. .... 33am 213pm 10 him
I Laud Tar Sale, ,Cli np. Jacksonville, .... .... 4\11111.\ .... 127... Arl Lv. ....... 1MI' III...,
+ ia M used (for ,paving the roadwayfrom .... .......DeLand ...... ....
i .1 "' g ........ 320 II.... ... 1N4Lv { Ar .... ,.. .2rJptll.: .,
I Uriekoll), pointoutb. MANUFACTURING HARD BRICK AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor .. ...... .... .... .... t20r.1'' ....... I' '' '.Enterl'riMe ....... ... ... ..., l5aHi .... "
GOOD ........ ........ ... . 4O5pAr..TLT1'SVILLE..Lv. t710aUl.
i TIN CaithdHc (air and dance given at I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple lowest .. .... .... ........ .... .. "I.aola. ......... . .. ..... ...
I reaching points on the East Coast. Will give very prices.J. ..:..... .. .... ..... ... .'. .;g.,.......Sorrento.. .......... ...; .......... ...
g i vt Miami bate 'icaslno, 'iwecently, wa tqUlto aHiicce land on St. Lucie river, a few miles below S. SMITH, Jr., Gen'l Manager ....... ...:. .... ... 8 /sap .. ..... .......1\lt. Dora...... .... .......... 8..lIam ;
taken ,))0. T. .. ...... ". .... .. .. 4lopAr..Tavares.... ..... ... 631 alll, ..
**. Neiwily *;oe was Eden, 4.0of which being northeast Jacksonville, Fla. ........ 320 P .2811 aI Mil Ar.... ..Santord.. ...........Lv 1AOam 189au1 9luou
F. Iewdltile ,boss plumberaecoIyuVlrtJieprize ........ ,.. .. .... ...::Alta monte Springs...... .,. .."
1; t I quarter of northeast quarter-of 'section ....... . ..... .. .. .. ...... ... ..Winter Park.. ........... ...' .
f 1 : Ii? -KU II tnWolln-fflven to tbe ..mostpopuliunfeceinaB. ........ ........ 8110 a 380p ...... .. .. ....Orlan.lo... .. .. ..... 1215pm 111111 atn ..... ,"
Tko contest bJolt1fbt: 18, township 38, south of range 41 oast; SAW AND FLANINGMII.L8, JACKSONVILLE YARD, ........ ...... .. ,., ,.... ..KIMHltlllllee, ... ... ,"
4' w i I Pnlatlta FI... ;E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine. ........ ........ Ar..... ,. ....., lIartow ... ...... ...... "
t'1 over I3C0.Wm.: the other 40 is the northeast quarter ........ .... .. .. 9111a 6111)1) .Lakeland ......., ... "D4I'Ipm 030am..1123oa .
4 t ..... .. ........ 6 31lp .. . .... .,. .. Jlartow.. .. ... ,.... t43Upm I 7team.1050a .
I M. [!Broww-president.. theB.y; of southeast quarter of section. 3, WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY .... .... .. .... 11 :3111'' Ar..Punta Oorda.... ... .Lv... ,... tll60alll.
( i I' .. ...... .... 7401' Ar.........,. ...Tampa. .... ...... .Lv 530pm BOUaut..,,,,
1 v4j(, niscayjte Bank, 'lias: tveturned from the township 38, south of,range 41.east. ...... .. ...... .. .. Tampa flay Hotel. ... ..
sad thatitbe: report that be Manufacturers of ........ .. ......, 11311 a 8201' Ar... ..... .. I'ort Tam..a.... ....I.v -. M pm. 7 20 a III ..... .
north ayM The above laud can be bought for *10 ..:..... 1\lonantl ThurR 9 Sop Lv. ...... ..I.ortTamp8..Ar 211I1 I'm Thnr and Sun.Tue. ,
was to build an addition to fais Mia nl .... .... a: Friday 3 (Orp) Ar...... .... .,I\ey 'Vest..... ... ...Lv 930 P III wed, and Sat.
c I couLd .locate per aero.It: Is suitable for pineapple, .... ., Wed and !'lilt.' eflea Ar, .. . .. .. ..HavanlA,, .. ... ? Lv 1230 I' III "'el, anll lIut.
, building waa intruo. He not, Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. .
lime
t a 4 tlia-a-ulgln\ of the story lt, Is plainly orange lemon or growing. Daily. t Daily except Sunday.

. evident ',ft it Mlle oa o has,been fooling -: Will be sold in lots of 40 acres, for i Tr.lns'2lj'lAn": TbrouKh Pullman' Buffet Sleeping Cars between New< York BOIl 1'ott
A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings shingles, Tatllp4 d.U!)'.
cash. This land will soon be worth ?50
the MWSgatheaiur.
' l lath and pickets always on hand,! thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress .? /Train 23, leaving. Jacksonville dally at 8:00: a in., arrive at Hawthorne at 11:4J: Oaincnvllli
1,1, ::411, Ocal.... 13i.Lee.hnrg3:35.Uronkayille0,051).m.: : Train leaving Jacksonville at 8K:( ) 01.
p.
3 t n ) Wm. If. Drawn .left'hen?, Honfiay, tot per aCl'e.Apply. moulding! ef all patterns specialty.. arrives at r lakland 11:12 a. m., Ijicoochee 10:4H: a. m.. Tarpon Spring 3:30: p. m., Clearwater 4 J3: p.

# Tltuvilla, Ui .jist lila vote for !tbe Re; to C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE When at home, write us for prices; when up our way .come and see us. in., 8t. I'etemhurir 8:40: p. in., ,daily except I'\nnllllY.'\
Trains 21 and 32, through Pullman sleeping cars between Jacksonville and Tampa.

( publicans, wb ariietl the dnyjn that office; or to Robbins & Graham, Tlttisrllle _c.-c_ _.______._c.--c.--=--"-- -'-. W. B. COFFIN' Q t). ACKERLY,
town by a majmlty IIf elgtit. ,F om beginning tf I General Supeilntendent. General l'a Renger ARent.

'' k i to adthe AurocAfKln\H.trong- -- -

' ,,11 a ly supported sound money, and Olio re- Box Elder mountain, in Oregon, :9.541. HARRY MASON & CO.

4 1'i silt ought tl bo very gratifying the feot high, is said to be the loftloat I In that The florida (Central & peninsular RailroadShort

and
: l pink 1 paper after the iaa ny personal state. t .

,1 i abusive attacks) It has had to stand all f.lDe regular and punctual In all things" .Jobbers in Fine Importedw

X 6 through the campaign.B. was one of the old maxims, taught lung If. MASON *: CO. Line between Florida and all Nortl-crn: Points.

1 V W. Everuan, W.' C..bondall.J. JV. ago. The last is not forgotten, but thellrst Bay Street, Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.
4g Is'
Is scarce remembered, so Irregular
Cobb and IL M. Smith, of tlae .United The JACKSONVILLE.' Liquors and Cigars High Everett Baltimore -
the, life of most people nowadays. Savannah Augusta. Ca., Columbia, Washington,
:States Fish Commission have .b on.*'nBlsoaynn ,only corrector of this evil Is :Simmons

flay foraone day past investigating Liver Regular, which keeps the liver active Philadelphia New York, Boston and the East.

{ as to the .advisability of !.plitntlng -iMid prevents the Ills of Irregular living : Grade Whiskies, Etc. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnatiand
C'onstlpatli
t : iDyspepsIa Bllllousneos, Chicago.
In the bay by the government.A .
.oysters >Delo. It also cures these troubles. Everett;, Birmingham StLouts
Holly Springs, Memphis Little Rock, lansas City,
large nnntber of pecJraens-about 5. -- -" -"'-- Chicago Sioux
ij ; and will.be' :FI'stn8' Point, at an elevation of WhIAkleI-ImlortA.lllnll 1 1 > t Bontlii'rn Hi'lti'\ TCookand Rye ..,,,? ....:from $1JW per gal City.
pecloa] in all-was.aoourod, Urandlen-ItamieHtU1 .de, peach blackberry, anil l peach and honey.' ..fmm tlJHt net ital River Junction Pennacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, :J exlco, California:
taken' to Washington I). CM for scientific -13,70Qfset, Is said to be the highest In lln*-Holland, Old 'hoof eto... ......... .... ... .. . ...... ,.,from (1.AO per ical and the Pacific Coast. Effective April IO, 180(1.Lr. .
\ Hum . .. .. .... .. .. .. .... .. ........ ....rremel.snpergalblissPart / :
purposes. The CommU !oners alsi obtained Wyoming. !Sherry' Catawba, Muscatel, Claret, etc., from ..... .. ..... ...$1.0pergal1'buetaFlnustBmn3e .., New York Express No. 311. leave Jmk'i"ivllle7:3Ua. -
V for .HalUs VegetableSlclll.m, HaIr Renewer ... ...... ....... .. . .. . . ..... .... . from *2.i:!% .eresae. S It : m. dally with Through) riillmw,
V ) I many specimens of sponges: a D..ttl..llleer. .............., ....., ....' ......... .. ... ...from $l.xi; per iluz.Jr anaxr4 avs l Sleepers' for Savanniiii. Colinnliln. AlanhlnBtoB.Haltliiiore .
has restored gray hair to Its original color y. G a and u''
i' like purpose. Dr. Smith and TrufoMiorKvorman ?" All other Fine Brands equally Low Prices. a ''"" ?j' Philadelphia New' York .
thuimand .
and vented baldness iu of m Lantern: point.. Connects; Cur Fernanillna.Arrive
lire
4 who are In charge of the party, eases .It will do so to you. Jugs' and demljohna will be packed boxes, when so requested without extra ,v? O a y.rs., Jacksonville B:MM)p. in.

', were ..n tho East Const In 1803( ; luakiaginveatlgAtlons coat. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will 3 C,9 Awx 01 f

'IIr}' to determine tile Advisability Popocatepetl< 17,'77. feet above the sea, not take liquor C. O. D.' Send money with order to save delay and trouble. a t.s. .a e.ss. New villa York a/III:/ Fast I'. m. Mall dally 1'0.fur wine:JII< niiru-Iwlvh'Jacknon

r '.regarded III tho highest elevation In Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO., wwa. 1 ,% ern point and for k'e naudllla. Arrive J*'\\1-
IV of planting shad and oysters in the ; ::501> 307, :301), 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FI.A. .4 1u 1 ., unville 10:25: a. m.
of the Kant Coast One .Mexico.
bay and rivers ... _._ .. .
------ ---- -- --- ---- -- --- -- tt 4y 4r Hl'''
I of the results of that visit was the plantIng The only,permanent cure for chronic ..uyww Only Line Itran Ifnl
k catarrh, to thoroughly,expel tho poison Labor i Economical I Incombustible I J .rya 2' ColmtrfofMiddle b'Inrida.Yenwcol.and
i of 1H,000( shad In St. Icicle River, itud Saying VI .5 6 0 Kx-nmbin B..y, Leave! JI..kHnnIII.. ):M *. n
and It is..tid! they are doing well. from the system by the faithful pcrIII..toDt P ", y 9. e.9 for lake City; Live oak MadlHon, s.onthrlloa ,
UMO of.Ayer's SII'S'IPII'IIII1'hls' ; c.s. ? e Tallahassee, River Junction rcnMFola MOIJb;
wonderful -ismody, siiccosiiful CIS0NVILIE( New Orleans and the nouthwent. )
proves
A has n new,,idea for clearIng w dleePx";, "
newcomer when nil other treatments has: failed to "PAINTOFF. S,, G a.aea, fornla. and the J'aI'tllo> Coaat.. Carrie
i land. Whether it Is an Idea: brought relieve tile au-Ilemr. Guar .u t: Arrives Jacksonville 7:0&a. m.

from Michigan, Is not, known, though It w4 .
( doom lily. v... '
would pay a funny ]paper to locate Its will bitter nauseating (Patented in America and Europe.) op .e ,' a "tarke.
r Why you' .ltl1Y I.. o ( Leaven .Tackion vllle 0:B5 a,m. f or :;
I origin. The author of it wan In North tonics when irovo's Tasteless Chill v thorns Silver Ocala OameivUle. n ,

1 r1 Miami recently showing tw. gentlemen Ton I e U as pleasitut as Lemon Syrup. Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces, 'Z;I.D e..ii9: e A Orlando Key, ,Lacoochee 8r.rlolt..bur Dade t, TavareI", : ">r'(II\I''aiye\

) some land and explaining to Ahem his Your druggist is authorized to refund "."',"- I Tampa Jack80n'fllle3:4IIp.m.: .
the money in every case where It fails to -... .
li Ideas In fruit culture. One gentleman ouio. Pilce. W cents. :2.'MO-07: Instead of Off. ... 'd -

V aid that there were too in.iny pine trees. Chemically, Burning (I. w"e Limited., Leave 3",11.
V Cincinnati and Florida .
V for htm. The saintly man of the many )("p of t1l. n M Kin. vllle 8.:00 n. m. Solid Vestibule Tralnil8C'O,

Ideas saki that that was a mere trl/le.. 1'ndi4 In Alediclne. TAINTOKr: U a registered|; trade nave. of a new dlxrovery In chemlatry and la protectedby ,ra'ORIDA: CENTRAL \ -=- Atlanta..little over M honn to Cincinnati for, NhyUletntth. \
letter I'atent..t the foiled Ntate. Canada treat Britain and other countrie It t* the rmultf sad r Chattanooga. Connects .'"
j "Only place lighted match to tIle root There are fads In medicine AH In everything ,. |>atlent reneArrli. and experiment with the purpiiwe, In view of rinding cheap. lmple and active f CMIMSUUIR R.R \ aI. I weat.Loiilavllln.\Arrive('hlcAlto Jacksonville and all suua.ni.:point
:
mid he "and It will b. "olventof old IM4U*and varalnn that would aupulant the old method of burning and scraping off .vI:
of the tall tree, else, and a "new tblD frequently the *ame.Ollmorw. sad Connection .. _
t In ''a Jiffy." The men thought' a' sells for a short time simply because It III.ow. .-
V gone A Son. Painters and Decorator, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have A.
,IoOU .
i little but said nothing, and when they But In medicine as will"In nothing bo I /given; PalntotT a trial and can .say that In 43 year experience as a painter it U the 17114n'ors. oi Holly Springs Ronte., Bt. Ix nl.. Kaiwa:,fit vu!
demand and satisfied .. ..
else the people e.y. --. Chicago. Leav Jacksonville : > ;
I conceived the Idea they butted their only with positive absolute merit. beat paint remover In the market. Macon, Atlanta H"0 I P'lIprip.

i heads together and smiled A broad smile' The fact that Hood's Sarsaparilla has C. K., lloyle, House Painter, etc., Jacksonville Fla., writes: 'Having: had experience change emphl.to. Kansas Springfield." Kansas. City, 8t. l..oul., hlcaon.. Sioux 'lty. Through RlpAnfT" ,nth?rt

+ that would make an .ape tumble all over stood Its ground against all competition, as a practical painter for 2.1: years, take great; pleasure" in indorsing Jacksonville "::33 City a. m.and 8t. LoUI., and only one change to Chicago and Sioux Clt1. Arrt
y but PI\IntolT, and cheerfully recommend to the public In general. .:111 a.. m.-Local for Everett. rout'a
and Its sales hare never wavered Clues nickeat
to be hit with connection for ntllSwlck. Shortest and
+ himself without waliUng 36 P. ]
?4 have remained steadily at the top demonstrates W. Lansdell]], of Hall' Ililditch A: Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville, D.IO P. ]If.-For If.-IAlCal for TaUahaa and Intermediate "ulntl. Arrive Jacksonville 2:41p.:'.30I.ao.

P a sledge; h.mmer or an ax... beyond any doubt, the In* Fla., write: "Having given Pain toff' a thorough trial. pronounce it to be a For Macon. Atlanta Tampa. two and TraIn.intermediate Daly mint Lean,Jac..n9t11e. PultnULD .Ieepen. Arriv.Jack.unv In..d W m.

A 'BEV? or PIUIrs-r'OIRIA:: trlnU. virtues of this medicine. Tlwt perfect success, and to be all you claim for it." Steamer Pullman"lIana_" from Tampa for JlraldentoW1l and Manatee 1J11 River a. polnu. : p.

West arrived oath City of new things have come and gone, blltUood' Testimonial Sleepers on all :Night Train.
From Kay Send for Circular and to
Send
for
I cr foot Inde .
fiarsaparillft rests upon the solid d Township Map of Florida to
rentier !
i Key West recently, and at the foundation of absolute 'Merit and Its South-Eastern State Palntoff, Company S. PENNETOTOX,

l 4 Hotel Conolly. T>>... young! todies are power to cure, and IU sale (continue to A. O. MAcDONELL,

c r j I the prett4oi10 l in Key Wwt. Tfcy... fine iw the largest In the world. St.Augustine, Fla. Traffic Manager. General Pa s eJlger A|'y


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE,. JWDWBMBKK( : 6. 1896. 3 ,: I

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Ohrlsllan and Hopkins counties. P J
I
George Neil (Rep will The returns tuns ran received show a --1
) '
S'LEY' ANDHOBART Adair, Rusnell serve and OlinetmOrumton Wayne-, large increase In th>' TO. e for both par Notice. AI.KXNEAR' ) nwtu1t" 'v'ltY.70N.. I Tl he Largest and Most Complete ]

counties. The viicaucy was caused bv ties an camp:ired with. the rote of 181U: & TAYLOR '
the death of Senator E. M. NeL R. and the KepuWicixna amort that th nit NlmC'U: l lirrolij, itliu tw Urn E'11Itto&\.wrhm Establishment South. ;
Pi 1
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: ItttKaf fi rl> Uut ..
iiml
> Utaitnwn.et ,
Stoll (Rep. ) was elected In Lexington vantage is luruely with them LAwI8. and. the tluirtl of lloum Mlrnilm. of the (Snuiinni to John. me..llltter.: ) '

HAVE J. I.. Mosely. whose home wan In the; Kopabhcau\ eainlid.tte for governor, 'nwlitti'HiiiKlmrfli.' .to.,. ol VnJIiulelvlUw and G'fiO S. HACKER & SON
Christian ooun' J. O. ran ultea'i of the national ticket In most New'erk., rtwptMithflj' and all other pwraimHnl Artcsiaa Well C b'ntractOnjl; ,
y. Napier
(Rap. ) of the diatiict was also elected in Garrett county T.' country _>.1.| thin uiidiinilKiiml KiraniitiWH .T ...101 l
ELECTEDIs e.tntewinappty to the Ouiuityv Jiuln! .f 11.... EAU GALL:1&.F.A: .. ,I
BEEN
INDIANA vanl ocmnlyue tain ofHca at Tnuevllle. Fbrlda. "

R. Winship (Rep. ) was elected In Adair ON TITHth IM.K OF KrFJVUKKV!: :,A 1 hurt" a. K;J;
and Cumberland. I5DI4l'J4POLIs.F"ur hundredout In. an orJc for tJie'niihllo Raliti. uu.ler the |pro.vlatons t dII
Lame of the of the will nl(Tart T. II. \uuno, of theollnwiait I
was the only county lu which 8.1 ur. precinct in Indiana, II III
Sure That the real estate ol Maid l ilnuutuwtl.( Mel-
Reasonably a silver Democrat was elected. Representative outside of Marionooiuttyr (Indianapolis) borne, blurhIe. to-wlti Lvt *, l.lixto. of i
the George Dieberth's Mallmnmu,will> tho I Ana
Will Occupy place was how net .I.ro..ta| tlwmm.KLIZARKTIC THE
Obioan a Republican (rain of 4179. or 1
llled in Campbell county by the elac- TII[()1I1A$A>.LX1J.SoDER.
little
a over ten to o.'preoint This ratioof
Chair.
Presidential iou of a Republican. L. C. Linney Republican gain has kept steadily : C.! EAFON.toah i
(Rep.) was elected in the Thirty-eighth> up Br Rbbhiaa a .in,.
district of this (city to the vaoauy created and If It continues It will fIve the stat their Attorney.. novO37o

4JOBITY, HOWEVER, IS SMALL by Senator Weifninger's death. The. to McKinley by over 8O.OOU. PLANT
Republicans originally had 68 merjaberav With such a heavy Republican rote
They loet five by death and resignation allover the etllle..the Republicans have haAlOIII: NMI4/eo. t !

epubllcans Certain of Only and they gained seven. This gives them probably elected all the conirr
Hundred and Twenty 70 votes oil :joint ballot. candidates. thou cb,there Is doubt about I Circuit C.urt,.7th Judicial! Cbvult of ti t J\Itn.wfaetnrers\ ofDoors
Snlaer, In the Fourth district; Trace- I
Two An extra session will certainly beheld Morlda,. in. and for Brevnrd SYSTEM v
well In the Third and Land In the CX>unty
Electoral Votes. for Governor Bradley has said so. i Sash Blinds :
and his party will demand 1'lIe will Ninth. There I..littledoubt that John -Inv CHA7cany: .

probably be a candidate If he can see son is elected in the Sixth. The Rl'pub1101101 IhlwardlRa.ll.lil f ? I

;TUB53 iRE STILL INCOMPLETE Ills way clear. Mr. St. John Boyle will have a majority In the legis- 5'tInnY'Ruliltlll.VS. ,. )(I Bill lor Dh.on. Moulding and. Building Material.
tare which th. Republican managers
claims the Republloan nomination
xRF1IlAVl'havleglre.n fllml In WIt
Ner.On.sadred There i. much talk however of giving place at 49 oo Join ballot.. Marion Jy" the Mt..mi y foil the. owmpUkftutut" mmrtJJ that Mice Travelens- Office and Waronooms King, Opposite J
Mal awe>ll trndinibtedly the honor to Secretary John G. Carlisle/ county will probably*Rive a Republican Canny Iftmifclll IS over the age .e U yearn
r. and TlllrtJ'-I'I.. Intor.1 majority of 7.0QO aDd. this i* a big. Increase and NnwsherohmrItIsorMe4that' than her .elUonoe imknnwn. .. Cannon Street,

._ and They Mar G. 0.. Hundred NEBRASKA. over the-li\M'.nee. randy Rar ..iialcl.."'"
.1
More. With :Twenty The ratio of Republican train in thl ph bt In thl"o.at lh.,l.rk.1ii on* m Tltu If contemplate strip to nnj poihrtNortWj

4 Tw..tyin.r G. O. P. Inatdes the OMAHA. Nov. 1-While Bryan Has state has stood In, the neighborhood of "iil"l Jl'1..Wa.on the .Efcst West 't :BloriiRu' Charleston, S. C.
voab-Th. On $
,
1& I. Kcutuoky probably carried Nebraska by a small ten to the pl'eftnct'.lIinoe the election returns HIRST MONDAY IW oIIiEM!: : EIt.... D 1806, any ,
lid 800tll and Captures bewail coming In. While not one- and answer-s..M bill In duo polnti.fof; reliable information tNrotigili
aryl..d and W.., Tlr"lol.. plurality. Republicans! are not conceding Fourth of the state has been heard from. same will h.tak.n.agalnllt yull course an eonfmiwil.otherwise. i Sash Weights Cord and 11

that fact since less than 800 of 1.554precincts the returns already in are sufficiently Tills: ordertobe pulillnheil with... little delay rates and most convenient sorto Nov. 4.-It is reasonably cer- a* sll>le> In tilt ,, "
Manus
po : : n. & ADVOUATK 1
CBICAOO McKinley and Garrett A. iu the state have been heard scattered to indicate pretty definitely ,"we.weak' : for' eight( nmseoutlv weeks,and to, writ to..the undersjflnod, whop. wliHanswer Hardware
'0 Wllll<" from. A definite result cannot be that MoKtnley's.plurality. will not fall be pouted a*require: bv law. "
are elected that the majority isdy below 25.000. The: hoariest gains were Itons'ami orilerail: at the Clerk's: : oftloe at all letters promptly, nmll giWe'yon

ban to be from all indications, a nar- known before night but Bryan la Ln the cities and town! It is impossible Tttnavllle.rloridatitle A 1) 18116. lIIrd: day of September, rosy. nocoHHnry Infovroatlon.TltooKoutes Window' and Fancy Glass !
steadily gaining in most of the remote to state just how many congressmen
rural districts yet to hear' from His the Republicans have elected or' just Se".I'" A. A. BTSVART offoroU J via. tlie- I'looit A SPECIALTY.
:
majority. however, shows decreasing how the legislature will stand but there ootie-deo Clerk. Systems tho equlpmetibi and excellbntt;' :1
majorities as the count progresses. It, Is little or no. doubt that the Republicans c.R. Stewart 1>. C. I I.

is conceded that Bryan's greatest will poU a big majority of both. service, .are unsurp.MHed by ::m\ linen Agent for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. ,. :
'
strength is there' and it will probably
Sheriff Sale. Thiough: Sleepers are- ooeratNlI on alA '( j
overcome the 2,000 plurality McKinleyhas MICHIGAN. --
In Omaha. The feature of the contest traUm of this System Insui'Ing ImxUlllf,

Is the enormous vote polled probably DETROIT NOT. 4. Returns Incomplete WILLIAM CLARK Agt J j
and' Comfort and nvenlenca
lJ7? virtue of "> execution iHHuetl every '. ,
10 per cent heavier than at any as yet from, the 83 counties of U1101 the rfroult Curt; for Hrevar 001111tberoln .

previous time. Michigan Indicate MoKlnley's plurality BUirhla Sr.? IIn a uaae flHwimllnic| wherein Address rLUMB.En.STBA&I: : *: OAS FITTER ,j1no"'lnj.t
Tta Loan A: Truitt In ,
This is attributed to the element company plaintiff .
and J, I), rrmhb and Jamee Rr.U. TODD
In Michigan to be 40000. The same 811vertClnth are le- ;
ban heretofore refused to and Sheet Iron '
which Woik.
participate
tond UaM. I bate levied. upon and will nail at ;
In elections but .which the final returns give Plngree, for governor an mbtlc auotlim to the highest( and beAt bidder Dlv. 1'11.1III.A'gt
y issne of this campaign brought forth. estimated plurality of OH.OOO. That Pin. for cash In front or the court hose ,door at Pumps. Piping and' Drain Pipe, Path :.i,!
gree should have run decidedly aheadof Tltu! 'vllle. Florida. durinK the 'legal hour ofKIK3T or Ct II. IIONVARD, City RIUM. etgL
As result of the manner in
which a tbe state ticket generous was scratched his ticket generally through the state aaleunft the Tuba, Water* Closets and Wash Stan.I.... ;i"1

little can be deflu tely determined be. 1* regarded as something of a surprise : MONDAY IN DECEMBER. A D 18tNI. ....Electric Bells.... .

fore night 1to, the result Uolcombe the following denorlbei real estate to-wlti Be- I
Democratic.Populist gubernatorial candidate ginning at the northeast corner of the southeast No. nit Vonyth Btre..t.JnclfcHonrtllo. : I
quartet of geotlon :.III. township 21
is probably elected M he ran 85 eat thence go weMiMO! yard thence south range south '; ANTED-FAiTIlFur. MEN 08 Florida.
ahead of Bryan in many sections. The I10yaade, thenoe aunt *w yards theme north V Vwomen\ to travel for-r-rcHponw3l .i::

probabilities are that the state ticket Is ceptlng 110 yanle to therofroin the i.laoe a of right-of-way beginning 40 Having feet wide and established house' In KloilJiu Huitkri / Ii.

divided between two parties and will heretofore conveyed to the Atlantic Count, St. $780 and expenses lloaltleipermneenl( Choice .
be close on all results. The legislature, Johns A: Indian River Railway company by Itsference. EtxJosB salf-addrvmw t
Is deed recorded In Book "M," at page let" of n_ Wines Liquors
however largely Republican. wand eoubty deal record| also excepting there- stamped envelop The National, Ss r a 1 !

In the congressional districts, while from a parcel of one and one-half acres, "bont Ibauranoo DId,.,.Chioago, janilUi.V and Cigars.
WILUAK K'KItnjtT. little Is definitely known except: in the tore eonveved to John Butler by deed recorded 'j I
In Book -ft "
Second where Mercer 1* re-elected at page 10'4. of Brevard county Guaranteed Pure.
deed .
Fmidrat-Elect of the United States.lw reoorde.Also I
[[ there Is little doubt that the Republi '
much narrower one than beginning at the southwest oorner of lot Sold at reduced I
one a cans have elected four of the remainingfive 91.block the town of Tltuavllle thence run ROYAL" TANSY'.PILLSEW1fMoVERTY : prices .j'
u looked'for as the result of earlier congressmen. Maxwell silver eaet ng south "boundary line of laid lot II I

The following electoraltee Democrat in the Third is probably thirty feet thence north at right angle to Main N N6VRRrail's.' Imported
upatokes. treat feet
,
will sixty them went 3I) feet thence E Ae.wrellael.a l IM asereuq fw.nlr Wine,
The white vote Tofcity
conceded to McKinley: CoiitotioBt elected. complete north lot fetit, thence west 3O feet thence south 'pre..ed, eaoe..lve. M ntjp or IMlfmeniftunttlun. Oil
are probably exceed 230,000. The heaviest 211 feet, thence east. along the north boundary ? Now Mpl bj orcrHlu.!> from Italy.J
6; Illinois 24; Iowa 13; Tote previously polled in Nebraska was .f Main Street thirty feet to the point of beginning UdlM. ln.ln niU'.th.". 00'1II.. :
a f danMroiikJultatliiitj Np
line 6 Massachusetts, 15; Maryland in lbt 4, 310,000. In view of the intense the same being parts of lots 8 and 0, :: ware l...*'!! |wr 'bus small boa*.. fl.::: John 'B. Togni 1
; > block F, Tltuivllle, n I a part of Banana Alley :: ._).fl III plain wrapper. .B... Michigan, 14; Minnesota, 9; New excitement: In Nebraska. it is considered wbloh wa olimeil by Mrs. Titus before the re- tT atamlw, fur parilout. Cute fey least '
remarkable that no disturbances of importance cording of the map of Tltuevllla. Reference I* ,dr.horaddr..u! 1'R1rrankRDA Metropolitan.: Saloon, 123: East Boy St., ;
umpihire. 4.; New Jersey 10; New made to the map of J.Francla Leltanm. OAC001AT10N, uhtu..y 1U. .
occurred election day.
ork, 88; Ohio 28; Pennsylvania S3; Chairman Post of the Republicanstate Also beginning the southwest oorner of the Sold by J. U. Soroven ontj. JACKSONVILLE' FLORIDA. i iWhol.
Interaction of Orange and Lemon street thenre.rnnnlng ...... -... ""all ._
4 Wisoonn at 10 conceded :
4 o'clock
bode Island ; Vermont ; committee HARCtrS A. DANUA. went along Orange street 41 feet, thence ,
IS. Total 220. Nebraska to the fusion ticket on presidential : south parallel: with Lemon street 110 feet them. -----:- I
elector and but he [Who Managed Republloan Campaign-] seat" 41 feet to Lemon street, thence: north along "
Tbe three votes of North Dakota apirently governor I the west line of Lemon street 110 feet to the Education of .
view of : i
ays that neither Bryan nor Holoomb in the combined interests allied : point of beginning situated In Brevard ll'lH'SCHILL
county WINTERS
belong to McKinley and the -the latter being the fusion candidate against him. In Detroit Pingree got Florid& BODY ''I'' !

me may be said of the three votes of for go"ernor-wl11 have anything like more rotes than he had ever received In Also, seven acre In a square"body in the outh- ,
but In the plurality claimed by Dahlmanand his candidacy for mayor. The Republican "eat earner cf the southwest quarter of the I Os* Bottle MIND J
and the 13 of Kentucky southwest of
regon quarter| section :3.1, township SI ,
inade- Ediston, Democratic and Populist .state ticket ran considerably be- south range J8 cant, Brevard county, Florida. I OOOSBUBrssHtTh '
?
II 1 too
other cases the returns are
chairmen. He says the representativeand hind Pingree's vote and several thou. Alo. lots B and 7. of the eat. sub-dlvlnloa\ ,of I MORALS.
ante to justify\ a definite conclusion. congressional tickets are In doubtIt and behind the McKinley vote. block 4 of TltiiHvlllc. a* per miin of laid sulidlvUInn Oalll. soil '

The following votes are conceded to appears quite certain however that The Republican members of congressare on file In the Clerk's cube of BrararJ Iesrlwhers. FREE TUITION.The
8 Col- the Populists will get four' of the six: eluted In each of the 12 districts of county.I ...- 1
,
: Alabama U Arkansas ; will sell \
ryan ; so much of the above dnmirlhodproperty
and have five if: the state except the Third and Eighth
congressmen, they may ; .an will lie sufficient to n.6 Far.
edo 4; Florida. 4; Georgia. 13; Idaho not the entire elL In the Eighth the issue Is still between I'uroliaser pays for title.nullify thvexeoution. :

; Louisiana, 8; Mississippi 9; Missouri Congressman; Linton and Brnoker. JAMES E. BOWMAN.. a t U| tals TONIC' Florida :"

'''i; Montana 8; Nevada 8; South Ooro' MISSOURI.ST. Wayne county elected her entire Republican OUSMBtSSS !:.
delegation to the legislature no 6-dec4 Sheriff Brevard Co.,Fin.. I Its Yalu. Agricultural
.
na,, 9; Tennessee, 13; Trios: 15; Utah _
NOT. 4. Missouri
LOTUS rernrns ten rerepseutatlves and four senators, although
;Virginia, 12. Total 135. Incomplete bnt it is known ex:-Msyor William O. Thompsonfor ..........",.CtI.............1................... College .
are
Nothing but the most meagre and very senator narrowly escaped defeat. I Mount?;alrweather, 14,450 feet high, ..1.i Is NEVER FAILS.The In supported by grant from this M.tli>nul((ornnMiit. "..
without a doubt that St. Louis has All tuition free to all stuilantn. from
mattering reports have been received given from 13,000 to 25,000 The legislature will be overwhelmingly i laid to be the tallest elevation In Ilussln. rl..hl. (hien to males coil innles, VTouiea .\
McKinley
Republican but by what majority buard with fnmlllos In town. Men board at
om California 9 electoral votes Kanu plurality the former being conceded by is not yet determined. Walton Rapid Calking Machine, College! '' Mesa Hall for lo.oci par month. A mimbhaalthy :1..endeut. 1.'

,10. Wyoming 8, and Washington the Democrat and the latter claimed by Sample* of 'TalntofT' may be had No. one, t A; No. two, *JO; NO. three, $16 .. .location.frae charge.college Military iiirgeon discipline attends un-all '

10 neither' party can as yet claim the Republican. There seems to be no CALIFORNIA.SAW at the AnvooATK: office, free of charge. Tltusvllle! Fla. der a gf 4luate of Weal ....Int. Four noune etI 'I
tnstrestlon-Aurlulturel, M"ohanloaJ. LatinHchmtino
tee elates doubt that two of the three congressmen :. FRANCISCO Nor. California and W.""", ,'.. Hnperlnr ainil|>niant j,
North Carolina with it. 11 votes. U in St. Louts will be Republican; In Ijtboratorlus. (lives dHgreos of .... a), anil I
has joined the east in the McKinley A. B. Hiulneii curse giving free Inotcuatloiihi
Seventeenth district and
in the
timed by both sides but has probably Bartholt penmanship lamk.keeplag.| bin.ks.ea. .... J"",
Pearce in the Twelfth district Congressman landslide and its majority for the Republican Southern shot. hand, typewriting and telegraphy.Vail '
nne for Bryan a* also ha 'South. oar Joy (Rep. ) appear to bare standard bearer will pass D.OOC term tiiiena M..oII1YJctnb r MB.HUM. ,1'(

lit* and Its nine vote. been'defeated by Hunt (Dem.) according at least Many of the counties have not -sa: : address 1 For, catuhiKues giving lull iBforiualloii ''

The be to the latest return. in but the .'A
situation therefore may re- yet sent returns more populous
O. CLUTK, Pral4MS.
need to this: Certain for McKinley I The lateness of the return from the and those in which the fate of the Railway. Lake Itorlda. i ii
City: i
city and the state 1* due to the oompli elections hinged have been heard from .
30; almost certain for McKinley 18; I cation. in the election law recently enacted and swell the Republican majority to

locations for McKinley 25. !'. and put Into force for the firs a point where nothing to come later can ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. WEAK( MEN MADE VIGOROUS ':?I

Certain for Bryan 135; probably foi time at this election added to this the possibly disturb them. i
.
cyan 123; doubtful 26. cutting out of the vote on the four con Los Angeles, which was the stronghold

stltntlonal amendment causing a Iou in the southern tier of counties is THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS. DINING .

KENTUCKY.Lot1svTLLa of time each having to be taken 1Ip; estimated as giving from 1.800 to 3,000 II i! \

separately. Indication are that all majority for McKinley. Great interestis CARS THOROUGHFARE: COACHES. )

Nov. 4.. .Kentucky seems these amendments are defeated. centered on the congressional ticket. .
j one-half of the election VESTIBULED TRAINS. I'" OIlY. a soAf. I'''''''' 0 9is. ,
than Outside this Democratic .
e for McKinley, though the majority Less precincts city only one ;I/
in Missouri, have been heard from. representative seems to have been WEE : : ;
i close. In 1.26:1 precinct. out of 1.663.I .,::'mip9.Wothers : (!" .
They show a lead for Bryan, which chosen. The legislature has gone with ,. I
1 plurality is 8.508. JrORT AND At1. RTU AND W.".. all. Yo.." .
Chairman Cook claim give him the the general result and may safely be : manrewvervouiliful vbmn. ...beel.t.l O..._ ,
The 7,000majorlty. He also claim classed and insures the ".4 t Cmrottr*- -., Lees It.ltlr.
counties not heard from are: lies- state by as Republican rnl : :::: . ,)
e. Floyd, Johnson Knott, Magoffln the election of 12 Democratic congressOAKmT : return of a Republican to the United N.. UN.. ..a.. Ne. IsTee. : ..ltC."J'. /..U...wen.Dierape.
u. F.e. Me. anA .
a .ii
*". Butler Greennp Harrison Jack States senate. AU '1'...... D.ny. Lta.... r1 All T....... Dally. end 'rterld% in.Jl.cnt/ns; ard* ow rn ....1'nr''ptc: :!
..
M, Owen and part of Henry. WASHINGTON. "' 1. deli 1:...... Ua'tlatdrarnIf inn beeatlM rleld lst lmRue*.srMt>a wurihl, p.,ai.. .aeiib.tituta 1q/I i on t.on.. (
nile ... ..... o for II.IB ,
include
some strong Republi- Ibe ka eea., r
"Q.. wall as some strong stiver conn- tAt SEATTLE Wash., Nov. "-.-The Popn. a."ii"4";; C..... ..oern.per bOa.l.veet era pq for $.e.PM with. 1L P_..h.... -,'.'
L.J..w..J'.O'.P......... 120 pm L. JeoIII\1I1.. r. C. b P. Ii 411 pm Iam: }
et $ <
but the heavy Republican gain.erywh.re lists are claiming eastern Washingtonby Lveret: ., tIouth.. ,. a ao Nl ; pOm..yr..5.r..Itetled I" .
m
Lv Zy rutt. ... PH". >011... 116 pm to-!!!! .... .\ .
seem to make the state safe 5.000 majority based on estimate of "'.a >r V. Suh.ro .. .... -nO pm ; [&"1 .oIL :...... 1110. .
McKinley, although the result is Lv Bevan'ab. J'.C.*.p.......... 1- plD 196 pm.. At"a" .. ..... b Mt .m 1 II pm i J"
oat less than half of the count The most 1,00J..bI..ub.A.....:.... 191 pm I00 ate to (TaNSnnnga." ... .laM.fill eme i Sold by J. U. Bcreven, only.

Taking the estimate of the missing populous counties western Washing ArCbarbthd.neath'a ........ 110 pm I.w to ClnnIno.n. c.t.. a 0., T 1& aID -r 1 :90 pm- .. \
-.h ,
IAluI \\lT
ton are giving McKinley small majon "1'''' 'IIIU i m 4
'unties, made several U W' .J4cIlUhn.......... a 012 w a tOPOO --
day* ago by ties. The Post Intelligencer returns indicates GAiranta. ... : Too-am f ?........ .
airman Sommers of the Democratic that has carried the bBalttmClre.B.R.......... .00 w 1111 ps Ar Ittrmln...."'.i it"th..rn la Mi otoMMoA.Mrle.uiTRAM

'mfflittee.I the McKinley, majority of by majority Bryan of 8000.. state atPhlla'pbiaPa1LR..........IO ".. pew :: M.mphl.l1wAeyILQr.a.. K. 0. M. ...fi... 10.tai '. ;,

misting the vote 1* 1.>>88. This would Sullivan. Republican candidate for 'rN'Ior .""ILIL..I''p... I"... .. .. . . ., ,.
12 The State to McKinley by 4.7"- governor concede the election of Rogers N_ ... :;1\

r, "congressmen.Democrat have elected six: out hi* fusion opponent. Bryan aDd hl..1Io the -I.e.d ., ... ...,.- II Delir ,':

""-' They ar* Charles fusion state ticket apparently carried t9.J.. rill..J'. "P............ 'L4&"' iiii "' 1
el', First district; J. D. Clardy. the state by a majority of less than .. a9lOAtUth. ........... Ja plD QUICK TIME TO AL' "
I I$4. Second district; John S. and will control the e Col.mldL 1kMa..................... l0 amf.p.rWbers '
0,000 legislature. '
turlh a. Third district district; David Smith, from 09 precinct in ,. :: atMiTi';'.::..it NIvi ;: POINTS NAMED. e' .
; Albert S. Barry re- Washington .. m )
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ected outside Tacoma and Seattle (:.a 17mehs. Dot OeUMOM =-ft.
I ATIGQWutottrm.
;: uth district; Thomas Y. Pits- = to 10 .
trick. Tenth dUtrict. give McKinley 3,820; Bryan 8.830: : /n..g. .0............... u .gym .**Mte5
The Sullivan Republican candidate for gov '' f ;;: ft Republican .I :
elected have Walter Evans, armor 7,819; Rogers, fusion. 8,413. Short train leave".reta for Bronswl.si .1 T... a*. CIaII,., Tbrofk. P."..... sleeper g2
\ Nth cUatric; Thomas Pugh Jacksonville to UaaiaMll, vfat........".. % r( s.
U ttdutri ; B. M. Davison Eighth ... ROBABT. yw w
of this
information apply to Agent Railway
trlct. COLORADO. For full any great
and David
O. OoUon. Eleventh VIce President-Elect of tbs United State] :

een'W The result In the Twelfth bs- men outside of St. Louis and the full Dtxvnt Nov. Scattering return System, or its connections.w. cfdftdifi'3"-
o.
P.
the t.*., in doubt Bnckinridp aDd E. E. itata ticket with Evan for governor* u how that Bryan and Sewall carried CoV A. TmLXo W. H. OREE5 J. M. GULP, 8. H. HABOW70X, (::. "1. .

h The B$ >Bl>llcaM will ban s majority In the state,enema dtheiThird and orada by over 100.000 majority in s total ......Ag.... Oen.............,_.. Traffle ......e., Ass Oee A*... .J4 be wtbaSI ... "''s, ...

e the genera ....mbly. thus ueariDll to COD districts** tfc* Democratlo caadi- of about 175.000 votes No effort has "......-i. a a WMMB.ta..D.0. weehi..-. 0. a AM.**...tl*. :n-r.V".I..4-.......,ai:dw".,.JI -.---. _
Fourth
return of a United 8..... enator to daM: being elecUd in each Dock.ry yet been made to tabulate the returns W. D. ALLEY, .1

S. Senator J. a. & Blackburn. re-elected in the Third and Cock The 'Domocratie-SUver fusion state rtorld Pause.. As***, Wantef-In,
R. WM Idea
...Ora.ba1llJ11 (Bep.) reelected In the Fourth. On the tick**;, beaded by Adams, Democratic III Wee* Jr Itr.aJACLWwv9LLt. rLA. 5 e r
actor ran
... from claim that oandldat for &oT.rnor,*pi rejly has t
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j : ,:; '": -+ IIDIAK RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- in that country, he should be considered that, notwithstanding the great efforts The Oyster Supper nn
j ,,i, in the same light as any of the leader of the free silver Social
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t!' native-born citizen ; having this party, whose powerful oratory has Hides Skins
TltuMvIUe Fruits Vegetables Etc.
; tap Office: Washington Avenue,
,,' I I Indian River Florida point in his favor, that whereas the been able to move even antagonist Given by the members of the Titus- ,
:, native is a citizen of the countryhe tic multitudes to frenzies of en. ville band last Friday night,'in the Opera To the Reliable firm of -

is born in of necessity, with tbe thusiasm, the cause of free silver house was a success in all respects.
: A WEEKLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TQ THE DKVKI The affair commenced about 0 o'clock,
naturalized citizen it is a matter will be laid upon the shelf for a HARRIS GANDY & CO.
selec-
f Or KENT: OV THE INDIAN RIVER LAKE at which time the bund played a ,
}, ':" i id WOniH ABO'UIHCAVNKHIAVflBGTIOMfl.PUBIsISHKU of choice, and shows an appreciation time, at least-and let us hope for tion to entertain those of our people and'
j .' of his adopted country which who had already arrived at the hall to Merchandise Brokers

; 'J:f >; EVEnT FllIDAY.w'l ought in some degree to be recip ever.The ADVOCATE has always believed partake of the many !good) things that

(j1 / ;,'1\hi j .r rocated. that the experiment of the had twos been provided and threes for the their crowd refreshment.By came. Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants!

''1 f ,# t' CHA H. WALTON, KilltorJkHubocrlptlon. 1'r<'ltrietor.I coinage of free silver at a ratio of trooping gaily In, and between the hours I

Ai I .".! TITUSVILLE AND ITS PROS- 16 to 1 would be disastrous to this of seven and nine o'clock it was as much 10 Bridge Street, Jacksonville, Fla-
.I" .' and have been called as the bevy of charming/ young ladies,
1 country, we
11' 'H. PECTS.It assisting\ the bund REFERENCES:- te Hunk of Florlila Bilker& Holme, Raymond & Knight, Southern!
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who generously
'. )' 1 r'l ,' ;,, .p Twelvo SIx"month, -ft 1.00.50 republicans, sore-head democratsand boys were on this occasion, could do to' wait press Company,or Sly Hallway.Ag..nt' ol this city EJ

: il" ", 'rkt'l' Three .50 other opprobrious names, because on the large assemblage, which gathered
t is about time that we were we refused to bury our convictions that time. Sweet strains of =
'i'' .; i during
; Singlecopy) .
(," !''' arousing ourselves from the state music the band enlivened all present
J and enlist under the by
I' In advaam.i
I
: i Strictly Stable
#4., *t *v X ,i. of lethargy into which we seem to Bryan and Sewall banner. It is until shortly after nine o'clock, when like Chickamauga Company...
who
I'j :, f' 'I, ,. #, have fallen and taking some the floor was denied for those
,
I with some feeling of pleasure thatwe "
( the light fantlHtlc, the delightful -
to
rl rjlfll r The above rates Incluilo the] v' yi"'T.t of poutKe. method of showing tourists and the note that a majority of our own "trip pastime being indulged/ In for a Chattanooga, Tenn. 'Phone :3d):).

3,,' "::1 : Halmcrlptilon can oommerKW any time outside world that there is on the townspeople are with us, for the couple of hours or so. )[1'11. Jas.. Piltrhaid TRIPS TO Lula Lake and Lula Falls, Lookout Point, Point Park, ISnnlt'

,.I', I"I"" f,", II during the yerrj map of Florida a town rejoicingin present campaign was not foughtout and Miss Aline Egger, on the Rock. Natural Bridge, Telephone Hock Rock City and Village, Chiekamaiigi/
j \ \ the of Titusville which pianoforte, and Messrs. E. L. Brady, R. tary PRI'k. National Cemeteiy, Mission Kldgo, Bragg Tower, Phelp'i 'rfowlOrcuard ,
'!i4 li i tiU Itl""ntlmsanpe" 'of advts. ..""t1l..nado. peroiutlly name on party lines, but was simply F. Iallanl D. B. Piitchard. with violin, 1 Knob, Walden'a Ridge.
I } 0//, I t has claims second to no place on !
c I -i! at thl*nfflco or 1>y writing.a a question of endorsing free silver flute and cornet, furnished the music
Streets.
,I i,1\ e the East Coast as a health resort, I (which practically means silver for the dancing.; New Brick Stables, Eight and Chestnut SAM. W. OIILS,
M Manager
".1 I an unequalled shipping point, with The social proved to be a very pleas.
.1.- \jmifl': A'll1n. l couiiii'UnlcittUiUfi1KBIAV to'i mono-metallism) or maintaining
L, ". !I' I I i1 its two railways and steamboat I the standard. ant affair, everybody seeming to have .- --.
'i 4 y RIVER .1DV0CATE, gold enjoyed themselves to the fullest extent -- --- -----
"I' :J ,t' 111I'tffllV1LJ., FLORIDA. l landings;; an excellent locality for Democrats on a democratic plat and it is hoped that it will not be long

?,.' ; A,(i" fiijt,,(""I",, factories of any or every sort, anda form might have won the day, but ere such another occasion will present W. :B. DAWSON,
,II'' "::" '7 -:-- place where capital judiciously democracy, flirting with populism, Itself to be likewise enjoyed.

I; t 1 ( Cbeek.eto..ybe..dopaoy..bleWCUAIILKlli invested 'would be well spent. The has so shocked the democrats of cake Mrs.table W. N.during Hendry the presided evening,at while the Wholesale and Retail

Irlt( ,:,'(, r, ,j II. WACTOH, publisher' and pruprletinr, passing cf the railroad to southern by-gone days that some of them among those who otherwise assistedwere '

i'-l- t : points no doubt damaged our town have refused to go to the polls at the Misses Josephine Brady, Flor-
I' I' tj t temporarily, and this followed by all, and others have been driven ence Norwood and Daisy Brady, who WINE & LIQUOR MERCHANT
,', A Ow lu have the sincere thanks of the band, as
";..f' f' ,1'I r ago Query. freeze and fire, and the discontinuance for once into the republican ranks, also the ladies who donated the cakes ,
!" j' l ': of the Indian River Steamboat while those who did not wish to and Ice cream. The of the
)' 1 !h ..
l If ainllu In A dnll.-bono".1IoJn-wltl..ut! dell proceeds
I,,1! company, for a time disheartened amounted to .2
j '" ceit. lose their vote, and who could not evening
i One.woirtrerixto.IIIUT melt It. ,ono may Riuclt t, J>ut ItH value our people, and nearly decimated 'bring themselves to vote a republican 1 19 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

; .,. ,I r Melt ten lolM] -lIlvo6I' dollar-tn unbliimiilmelttug our population ; but Titus ticket, have voted for Palmer. DEED blanks lOc. each; $3.00 per 100, at old and Jomestic) Wines taa
Fine
Liquors Imported
\ pet l ville will remain the headof the ADVOCATE office.
always ,
I" a ,I'Mt1 i'' And the xidver"Blue"' xexultlnic.'Anlv Belle for The Citizen,finds this moral in ,
I }t I I "live LIte Mot." she
the Indian River
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country ;
the election "The
\ {I Melt "Hold dalUcH-aneltjun "eagle" Un " 1 I '" |pot, will be the distributing point of must turn its back upon the unwise Mexican and Florida Cigars.
"I 't, 1 itrr And the Bullion "'"IYI//(" IJ'OHultlng"lulokly| most of the products of that section
leaders who have disaster
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f.. far"ton the lot. brought -
I 1 '1l Will.you tell me Itlmlly tell lue='-trnw these dol- I and she will probably remain it. It must return to PINE F.A.NcrYR <> Ii', tare or]mil am, upon
1 If a Jlttlu glowing"' ,f uruaee puts oil only one a the county !seat of Brevard county. the safer path laid out by its WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwaids. I handle no Compound! Goodsrtr.'rlce

a' ''": i + ,. There'was never yet ea nation the demanded Like the phoenix, she will arise founders." : List,upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .
,I II j" I iPKlHluMnii to OMtulillnh right to tn I from her ashes, and when confidence The table below the vote wish account must give first-class reference
:, ,t An equation in eglwtinn-rasa!. It lit &fallacy 1lI I gives New York Dental Parlors you to open an you city
lI 4r J, And I'm l.hinkAnp-qllletly: thinking-that you is restored and the countryhas by precincts in Brevard county as :
Li did not Bltow feMoil. .
HBIIKM.Vhcu
recovered from its
set-
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1, 'r I' "\ you v..tA'iJor a dollar-thaitwniilil melt many nearly correct as possible : .
t, i. .''t.!'!" fur atty c nu. backs, which, like all misfortunes, Permanently Located.
1 :tl,i :!Y ,'Ii"" 4 : For County Commissioners. Nearly opposite State Bank of Florida. New Fall Goods.An
'f!. 'j 11'1 AMONG tbe ornamental she will become again as she has
r ,,: and useful At No. 1 11 East Bay Street. V
k WrT plants which will flourish in been in the past, one of the most At the side election, the following .
!j It 4 I Florida, and' withstand ordinary important ,and flourishing towns on wero elected as County Commissioner) : ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED.

lu 'f(j.h: amount of oold weather any is the East Coast Now, just watchour District No. 1, J. Mendel; No. 2, J.' R. Priceswill be as Follow I IOnlilFlllinRS Immense Stock of all Kinds of f Goods usually kept in

: ,Y tbe bamboo. Tie prophecy.To Walker; No.3, W. II. Sharpe; ,No. 4, C. ........,..............,..9 l.OO&np _
: tree, or to be Smith; No. B, John Waller. Other Fillings..0! to 1.00
;" I, J I i1 wore exact, ornamental hasten this desirable end, organization I'llltOH.,........ ..................... ROUtOlOIN( ) "General Stores DOMESTIC GOODS NOTIONS HATS
"' : I grass and the'hearty cooperation Full Sets(very best), ...... ........ U.OUtolSOO(( : ,
4d I f : s fl, grows with and Hobart
I ; I der favorable circuanstanoee grow141 of all our business men and McKinley Irregularities corrected. CLOTHING Etc.Our prices are very reasonable? .and we are prompt In I

1. ing even a lout or 18 indhea in a all citizens interested in the welfare Your patronage solicited. 1 One can depend to get good value for tuj

I" and makes of the of the town, is necessary. Almost F. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager. money. We Sell to Dealers only.
: !t single night, one [Continued from 7th page.] Phone 67,1. Jacksonville, Fla.
t ''tf' every'town of importance in
kr at t'lj prettiest and most .exquisite" shade. IOWA. Sorno "Special Bargains" In HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTHING,!
I'' the state has its Board of Trade,
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]t plants possible. Some of the finest its Men's Business Des Moines, Iowa, Nov. 4.Completereturns Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently. bought out by us-At j
or Young
!writ,( plant we ever saw were grown in are In from 74 out of the 00 address ,
solute Call
on
Bargains. or
\ It /1' 1, i;! ordinary soil very similar to our League, and these institutions are counties, and show n net Republicangain J. S. JOHNSON CO.

,1\1It J '1 hn/ il own, and grew to un eJioctnous doing-as they are bound to do- of 35(1( to the county. McKinley's BENEDICT, POLLAK. &. CO.,
Td'd; great good wherever they have plurality will probably be 02,309. Manufacturer of -
'I height. They were out down by ILLINOIS. 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla,|
: the freezes of '94.'05) but been established. Why cannot we
l we believe ....Fishing Supplies.... .
Chicago, Ill., Nov. 4.-The entire Republican
? do the same ,'i have since ----- ---
'I, sprung up again
state ticket ia elected by
'I ,( k 'IN, and are rapidly reaching ,their be doing ; it is no good sitting still jmltioH ranging from 100,000 to ma-l JAMES PBITCKABD, President; W.,M. DROWN, Vice-President;

.1\0'\ 'tl{ former sl.ze.rnl.ei<<< delicate :and and waiting for prosperity to come ; DELAWARE. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.,..
the gods helpthose who help themselves -

J\ j '..4 t graceful beauty foliage of a yard greatly, a ad enhancesthe they.cane and if
X11 i be grown without any particular phrase), "get a move on us, we 1,81)0 plurality. Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope,
I' 1 ; care or trouble. A bamboo avenue 'shall reap a ,reward which will Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. Fishing ]
b {1'1 1 never come as long as we are content CONNECTICUT. Tackle of every Description; Hooks, (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
is of and
; "thing
a
; beauty joy"- Hartford, Nov. 4.-Revised returns Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc.
J''' !1// till a big freeze cones-anil even to carry on our present policyof from every town in the state give Mc- KIT; TARPON TACKLE A SPKCIAI.TY. I Authorized capital, $100,000 t
!1 if ( the cold will indifference, mot caring whether Kinley'8 plurality as 54,14.' f' -4- .
; : 1'1!! damaged by soon Baltimore Md. I Paid up capital, $25,000
Q tho outside world.knows that thereis C\N
Ij Il I I IDAHO.
I"u 1; recover. Average deposits, $160,000
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t _____ such a place as Titusville or not Boise, Nov. Incomplete returns. = e J.lJ x. -

r A CHILDISH CRY. in Each his one own of affairs us seems at present so bound that up, I small Bryan majority.will probably carry the state by a ..J. II. MENSING.:. I -. "S., .5 Transacts a General Banking!

be has no time to consider the pub- NORTH DAKOTA. M Business
Wholesale and Retail c--
+ The absurd prejudice which ex-- lie good ; this is not as it should Ulsmark, Nov 4,-The state has ', '

R" 1 ists. against! so-called 'foreigners"holding be ; our interests are identical, and for McKinley.by at least! 3,000. gone COMMISSION MERCHANT .I ;'. a :f } Largest and, Oldest Bank on the Rira|

office in/ this country, ,has, the motto, "each for himself and WISCONSIN.Milwaukee \ ,,,100 k .
1 yt t" ,;;: Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries.DIRECTORS
entered, to a great extent, into our., the devil take the hindmost," is avery Nov 4.-The returns show -) Dealer in (- r .Hv, w,4 -
,I I several local elections in this year poor one, where communitieswith an increased majority for McKinley. ; )Ii.r

0 ;A of grace. The absurdity of this common interests are con NEW JERSEY. Poultry, Eggs! Butter, Fruit, Veget- .; JAR..HABD.W.R.ARN1tTTI're.Idf,1(
I feeling is on tho face of ables, etc. Consignments solicited. -i ii. of the National Hank of Jacksonville\ ),J.r.[
i apparent eerned. Now that ItankA
political
ex- Trenton Nov. ".-The latest returns DUHKEB (Vice-Preeident National !
it, for when foreigner -casts off Prompt and honest returns guaranteed. Jacksonville UBOWS.COBREBPONDKNTS. .
a citement is over for the present, indicate that McKinley has carried the Market quotations and stencils furnished ) and W M.
r fi .allegiance to his native country can we not get down to business ? state by a plurality of 72,000.: on application. r York .4J l
Seaboard National, Bank of ]Sew
.and Is adopted by another, he Form ,do ? 20
a league, or something to PENNSYLVANIA.Philadelphia 219 WEST ADANS ST., $ m"NationalBankofJacktlouville.
ceases to be a foreigner in tbe na- further the interests of the town ? -- - Nov 4.-Complete returns

i" ttion that adopts him, and becomes Let us try it, at any rate; we can to midnight from all but a few of Phone :383.; JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "I".I"USVILLE, FL A-.

,\part and parcel of that nation, with do co harm, and we may do great the 07 counties in Pennsylvania give McKinley Reference: State Bank of Florida. -
a plurality of 205,030.); )
1 :(the same rights and privileges as deal of good to our town and

i 4'1' the native born citizen. He natu- n. MARYLAND.Baltimore w tixxtod.: ; .A. Man: MIAMI _
rally takes as much interest in the Nov 4.-The total plurality ; -
'' welfare of his new country as of McKinley in the counties is 0,703: and In every section at once to sell staple ,+ +
any THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTIONOne In the city of Baltimore :21,10(!), making goods to dealers; no peddling; experience
i11 1i4 native could do for it is
evidently the total plurality 30,873: In the state. unnecessary; best side line. $75.00; a
I to his interest that it should thrive, month. Salary and expenses or large
i and if its institutions are strange of the most) remarkable presidential RHODE ISLAND. commission made. Address, with 2 cent

d)a to him at first he will'make a point campaigns the country has that Providence McKinley, has Nov.a state 4.-Returns plurality show that and stamp Manufacturing for sealed particulars Company,Clifton, Cincinnati Soap- Town Lots Now on Sale !

of studying the raison d'etrof ever witnessed is over, and it seems will approximate 23,000.: II Ohio.

t those institutions, and acquainting

'I 1 : government himself: with under the workings which he of expects the- I I' A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For '

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(Il r +' to spend the remainder of his Candidates 4> G) ';1.. i

""1 i' life It will be found that thisprejudie.e c t, =Qt .c f'1I'c:; .. ..ce.1:1: B w s :a;< ::1"> ?". a ;::: .. Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.

t exists chiefly among For )1eddontlnl. Electors: e '= :... .-a-...: 0 S .2 :; i!: A t 'e: 1; > 8 f<< 0 :; Qt'.s yIt ,

;t those who have spent their lives in O = ... ::I =S.. f<< .25't: a : : .. 'E.. ;; ::1e..8. .-8 0
0 0 f<< ce ce 1:1: ce CHOICE
the same: small circle. Never having 00 0 = Q 00 BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

w traveled, their narrow-minded
views have had A 'i47' 20! M all 14 2.i 43 ld 1.1: 4 28 41 II 7, 4 1:1 24 t'I all parts of the Town. Selected
f never an opportunity Bryan anti William S Jennings 41 78 20 M ::11I 1-1 of\/ :!. 42 2:1: 12 4:18 11 11 4 25; 24 8 ) Carefully
( to expand and receive the S wall Heorge l' UIne1 41 711 21! M :38 14 \ 25 42 2J: 12 4:1S 4// l 1 7 J 4 f III 25 24 8 } 48:1: 1 Fruit and Vegetable Lands
li benefit of intercourse with the Francis. IJ Carter. .u 77 :10 6311 1-1 tI 2.42 2:1: 12 4 21'1 11 1 4 12., .. 2-1 )8 onHay
outer and A kMaxwell.. . ,II i 8 3: : :2! 8'' 1 4 2 1 Iinn River
world they from
I go on and : Bisc J-.Jlc.
l1 Palmer and .. Jmaepb B Wall 3 8 :3 3 ::4 8 1 4 .
generation to generation preaching Buckner John L, Inglis 21 3i: -
2 tI 8 :3 :2! 8 1 4 : 33T Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investor and Settlers.
i .l hatred of the foreigner to their Jolts L 0aaklns.. 4 10 :3 :3 2 8 1 4

i children and their children's P E Mc3lurray. 12 S4 0 37 21'1 ::1:1: 1J: 4 :J8a2.1: 1 H 12 1; 8 11 :'t. :3 1\ Main Office, Hotel Miami ,MIAMI FLORIDA.
Ii children, forgetting that, as a McKinley henry W IJislJop, U Mil; 0 IIS: 21'1 U tI 38 ::12 Ij: 1 1-1 12 6 8 11 3 3 6 l ,
general
and Hobart Samuel Petty..2 lid 0 811 2-1: IJ: 6 38 22.g ii
rule 1 H ;S 7 11 l 3 :1 6 5313I --
they would not have to D aefarlane. 1l: 87 0 I 40 28 ]3' 6 IS 22 1 HI 5 8 11 3 3 6 -
go back many generations to find A I' Dnaldnll, 6 ::11 2 w 2'
; I S that they themselves were Bryan anti D E Gotlwlo. . 1 1 2 o.4 2 1
i"i" from those very foreigners sprung that Watson Royal 'Y Storra . :1: 1 2: ,2 13 FLORIDA CHILL AND FEVER: TONIC.
t Jr. :3 2 I 2 2
1 + they look upon with so much dis )1 G Poat.. ,'... .. 5 :1 I 2 1 1 g II I 2

pleasure. Levering and A l' DeWolf . 1 ::1:1: 1 1 II 1 Bottle
,;, A t' No man is responsible for the Johnson 0 Robinson ... .. 1 3 2! 1 1 '8 1 19 Every Warranted to. Cure any Case of Chills & Fever,

accident of his CO Poe,. .., .. 1 4:1: 2 1 1 6 .
and if
birthplace, R W DavlB ... 42 80 28 M 3:1: 14 II 23 41 24 12 7 31 16 4 7 4 8 23; 24 8 -493 Or Money Refunded. -
I when he arrives
at years of discretion D U Ambler.. .. 4 9 10 :a:1: :2 6 1 :2 2 :2. :2 11 3d
e he prefers' the j institutions Congressman J N Stripling .. 12 63 D 311 25 31 13 320 19 f o 12 8 6 3 1 5 -roo' H. R. THOMAS,
\ j t another country to those.of his lw R PeteRoD ,. 4 2 I 2 I 1 ]12
f Druggist.
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: owp and is admitted to E Spencer.. .. 2 :J 2 1 1 l' 1 0M Chemist and
1 fl : citizenship La Villa. Jacksonville, Fla'

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S.rather Department Bureau_-of Jupiter Agriculture, Fla. Melbourne.- Courtenay. SILVER OR GOLD.Better G. G. SPRINGER 'l'4!

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1 fallowing Is a comparative state- [Send the ADVOCATE J. 11. Sams transacted business In Cocoa -
'her an order for
temperature and rainfall for the job any last Thursday than either is a healthy

k of ending Tuesday, Oct 27,-1805-18D printing you need] J. R. Harper made a business trip ot liver. If the liver is 0., K. the Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of y*

_1SW-( Titusville lust man is O. K. His blood is kept
Saturday.J.
GOODE
&
MIST.: MAX MIN.Wber8 COODE.-Real Estate and
6.:j. MAX. Loans. Agents for ,/} tna, London and U. Same transacted business In Cocoa pure, his digestion perfect, and he 1\\ t\\J

( 'J 77 82 72 Liverpool and Globe, and Imperial on Saturday: last. can enjoy life and act intelligentlyand 1C I ND
81 77 79 7\1) *Ire Insurance. :Special attention paid the 'II
toll 73 81 72 to the interests of non-resideuts. L. M. Harper wont to Cocoa on Mon patiently_ upon questions _
bl 73 82! 75 day last to have dental work done. of the day You all know what to

HOTEL CAKLETON SlEI.nouKNE. FLA. Some of our truckers will commence take. You have known it for years.It .
mbor83:! 72 81 70 Heautlfully. actuated ou u .iiI It hlnff. over shipping beans in a few days. is Simmons Liver RegulatorFor Distilled Waiter .
lokhpgtaelndkn
M 71 74 00 River. FlrHt-cliwn aucuiuluoiliitiuim -
73 70 01 ,and rates r m iniil>le. Chas. T. Harper attended the Dunuam

otal rainfall 82 for the week: 0:25: ; Inches I f. IIOBEKTSOX: Proprietor. and Blathers, wedding last week.H. Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers

tine from normal rainfall for the H. Sams' and }o'. L. Whitlock came ,
:if; plus l.Vl inches. Departure Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Phillips are spend up from Banyan last: Saturday, FACTORIES.......
normal rainfall since January 1, ing a few weeks in' town, at the Riverside SIMMOIIS I
m Indies. E. W. Ltilioche returned to the Narrows Cocoa. and West Palm Ifcach.
4.80 last '
us
Saturday, where ho Is engaged .
J. W. CKONK Observer. Richard Brown, of Xew York, arrived In trucking this wiuter. -

--- in town last Monday, on his way to Melbourne "
Rev Mr. Martin preached a very interesting : '
Sebastian.hie Beach. and sermon here lust Sunday mornIng SEEDSGARDEN Nand FIELDSEEDS. 1 1I

Mrs. Henry Whiting,: and Miss Grace evening. .

schooner Merchant laid over here Cummings, of Melbourne Beach, were ('01. It. J. Tiffin of Montreal, Canada,
lasthiss pleasant visitors in town this week. is having: rye sowed( on his place for the REGULATOR .'

jiday l! Theo. Kennedy left on Mondaya Sir. E. P. Branch returned from Ohio benefit of his ostriches I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First- s

[ short visit to Stuart. last Friday night. All are pleased to S. B. Symmes, our enterprising merchant .
see him home once more, looking well says he is growing all kinds of class SEEDS in the State. :
faul Kroegel Is building; a fine sklpk after his trip. truck this season.
which he will use to fish in this For years you and your fathers S5T" SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering elsewhere. All Seeds testol I
liter.flie. Mr. Henry f'rutcher, who has been Our school opened, Monday, with 20 have found it of sterling worth. before sent out. ,
stopping at Hotel Carleton, caught a scholars. Miss A. T. "White of Columbia -
Iron on the Sebastian & Cinemas 1Mb. sea bass oil the city dock last Tenn., is the teacher ..It is and always bas been put up L. CAMERON Seedsman.
Farms railroad will all be laid by /Saturday morning. lIe felt rather proudof only by J. II. Zeilin & Co. Take 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Miss Addle B. Sams left for View
end of this week. his car.ch. Bay
] .
last Saturday, where she will take charge none but the genuine. It has the -
(fr. Winchester, representing the Fla. An Informal dance was given at Hotel of the public school. Red Z on the front of the wrapper
!rdware Co., of Jacksonville, called on Carleton last Monday night, at which
r merchants this week. over twenty of Melbourne's prettiest and nothing else. is the same and A Fertilizer for Fruit.! <

itanley Kitchlng is at present staying girls and happiest boys took part. All Roseland. nothing so good. .

ItlieSt. Lucle river and Stuart. lie report a good,time. --- "

II I return to Sebastian in about three Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Rose- Miss Theo. Kennedy went Sunday, calling on frlondt) -- --- -,-*'-- ------------=. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer
Iks.pe to Stuart
land in their launch last Saturday
came up -
ADVOCATE did some good) work night, to spend Sunday with :31 r. Monday evening, for an extended stay. :, A load of pineapple fertilizer wan delivered :lrl.oe: $25.00 :Per Ton... I IGUAHAN'.l'BED

lift the East Coast: in the Inter 1,'pf and Mrs John Goode, returning homeon Mrs. D. Cain spent Sunday in Sebastian at the AHpinwall Tuesday,dock.per steamer Spartan, ANALYSIS :........

lind money. Hope It will be apprecl- Monday.The visiting friends, returning to Rose- l\rollitul.e..I. . . ..... ,8 to 10 Per Cent.
land Monday evening. '' Mrs. A. S. of 1 Palatko Is
liotsford
|.l. high school Authorities have "
.. ... .4)6 to (II"I
Election news and returns have come rented the second floor of :Mr. R.- W.Goode's Miss Katie Cain returned on Monday visiting Melbourne her for friend a few, Mis.days.llaslehurst, at Phosphoric Acid). . .. . . . .5 to (II"( "
real estate building, on New from West Palm Beach where she hall
III lira I lof, and the we people are satisfied that it It should was the be Haven avenue, and the school is now been visiting her sister, Mrs. G. J. Mrs. W. J. Nesbltt entertained the Potash (Actual), . . .... .0 to 8! .

[IS, and say Amen. running smoothly under the good care itardoe. whist club aboard the steamer Spartan Mndo\ inclusively from Bright Cotton See of Prof. Winters. Thursday, a very pleasant trip being/ 1>lsl.4olvClll'hoMphnte, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems, !amid Sulphate] of Potash.SJf .
(nil Braddock was over from his farm The bridge gang'spent,: part of. Tuesday made to Cocoa hunch, returning by star Wrlto for illractinns for using and further pnrtlculnrs; also ask for
UBS the river this week, and reports Mrs. J. B. Kennedy, of Chicago, who doing some more work on the draw- light. copy of "Economical Fertilizing! for Fruit. AVe carry largo Block of nil Kertllizer
in is visiting at Rev W. C. Dames', caughta bridge. VVe understand that they Intend Material Cotton ..
Ings running smoothly that direcIn. Seed Meal, Tobucro Dust, Potash, etc. Write for prices b..
Will Is a hustler from 'way fine basil weighing 11-lbs., the ,other patting it into proper shape some time. O. G. Gleason Is adding a 12-foot, ex- foro, buying. We seek the !growers, trade direct.
V day and she was more than pleased, as tension to the dining room of the Grun-
Mr. and
she bad never caught so largo a fish be- doune Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Ercll- ada. This very pleasant hostelry antic- WILSON & TOOMER ,
went to Melbourne the first of
hero are about twenty-five Indians fore. the
business coming
ipates doing a largo
nped out on the Sebastian river west the week. Mrs. Moore returned by Tho Fertilizer House of Florida,
season.Our
I here. They have plenty of ponies The many friends of Mrs. Edwin Nel- train, and Mr. Moore in the launch .

L'ons, chickens, etc., with them, alldIn son regret to see her leave Melbournefor Tarter. station agent,: .S. K. Watts, Indulged Jacksonville, Fla.Fred'k. .
to be enjoying themselves 1m- Miami, where she expects to make Mrs. L. Howard of Sebastian : ; in a well-earnod bit of recreation -. -.
spent
Jnsely. her future home, having sold out the Monday and Tuesday visiting Mrs. D. Thursday, joining theSpnl.tan/ beach
furniture, collins, crockery etc., toMessrs. Cain. She ; party' and leaving night operator Hatch
returned /
Sebastian
he guests registered at the Palm Fee & :Stewart, and Mr. C. II. on to do double duty. S. Morse
use i this week were as follows : M. Stewart bought the Nelson half of the Tuesday evening, accompanied by Miss, I xx
lurch, Savannah; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fee and Nelson building. We wish these Caroline Cain. llev. II. 51. Prince delivered two very -

Itching and daughter schooner Mer- men success in their new enterprise, as W. Ely went to Melbourne, Tuesday Interesting sermons at tho Baptist

i.mt; M. Spencer John Lee, F. E. C. they are both good business men. morning his to attend to matters relating Church; last. Sunday Rev S., to}'. Hove appreciative will preach congregations :eEJ:: : L EJ ST' :J ""J'E' ,
to appointment justice of the
lookedas next /Sunday: it being his regular ap
Last Sunday morning our town peace. He took In the election and
Some of the people have got It intoclr if the boys had been having great; returned on the evening train. polntmont.- Mx.A.1VIS: : :: :X>ci<3.o OC>>., FLOEl.XX: .

| heads that there will be so many fun Saturday night, it being Hallowe'en. Hotel du Nil, Sarno, won again given
ms grown on Indian River this win- Miss Pearl down from
They moved things around somewhat, Kennedy came
to and festivity a phantom AGENT FOR LANDS OF
over joy
that they will glut the northern changing signs' hanging wagons on lampposts Mlcco, Saturday, to attend tho services the Mr. __
coHtodlan
jirkets, and therefore won't be worth putting them on porches and held in Sebastian on Sunday by the party surprising, .
'sing. Dear reader just keep right on lawns. We also noticed a baby carriagetied Methodist presiding elder. She returnedto Stanley after he had Jones retired, last, compelling Saturday: / evening him to Florida East. Coast Hallway Company

Ich ranting: foolishness.; you have no need to fear any to the front door of one of our New Mlcco Monday morning.Tnv rise and make merry. A very pleasant .Florida Coast Lino Canal A Transportation .Company, j

Haven avenue homes where there are evening was enjoyed, novel feature of Boston Florida, Atlantic Coast Land Company.
I We notice that the ADVOCATE corres- no babies. The most artistlcly deco- the affair being the sheet and pillowcase -
iiulcnt from Reams is afraid that all rated business house in town was that gallon of Losley Renaker &: Co.'s disguise of tho guests, occasioningmany
fish in the river will be caught, and of C. T. McBrlde. Pure Rye Whiskey at $3.50 ti gal. ludicrous mistakes.

l.it she won't be able to get a fish to eat The Jacksonville Fertilizerdo

T and by. There are just as many mult .
In the Jensen. THY a gallon of Lesley; Henaker A Co.'sI'ure ,
river
| now as there ever were, Vero.A. Rye Whisky, nt.$:U.50) a gal.Coronado"Beach..
far
| as we can see. :fit]. S"J".DLO, Gft-oxx'l.: 1\fSanagor.: :

Some of our neighbors; on the river J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce, was in ){rs. Hulbert Bossy, of Sewnllti Point, (LATE CHAPMAN & SUULOW.)
am to have very little use for Mr. Jno. town Monday.G. I spent Monday\ in the city, calling on .
South Jacksonville
.. Florida.
Sams, our school superintendent, just friends.Mr. ,
cause some of the teachers who had C. Beck, of White City was In'
omised to teach In the county have, town this week. and Mrs. Will Richard, of Eden Frank /Sharp reports having; planted -- MANUFACTURER OF -
urn unknown and Miss\ Wlllman, of Michigan, spent apart fully one hundred. rare trees in Coronado
reasons been unable to
ilfll their expectations., We know of W. A. Martin has returned from a of last Saturday In town, shopping. Park during the month of October, every FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
down the river.
veral trip one of which Is doing well. Many inquiries
just such cases where the teacher Dr. M. D. L. Dodson a. dentist from ,
as appointed but Mrs. F. C. Prange Is visiting her sister, are being made about accommodation -
was unable to come. TI Titusvllle is at the Al Fresco hotel, attending -
'fbaitlan Is one of these cases.- If the Miss: Ruby Gifford, this week.Malabar. to the wants of our citizens in for the coming/ wlrtor season anda Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material '.;
'"Pie did not like Mr. Sams as a super- his line of business. large trade Is anticipated At the hotel. ,,

tcnrtcnt, why did they elect him? We Miss Lucy Robinson of The fishing at Coronado continues Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dost Kanit Etc. Also '
has
not think that all the blame should Eden issued good. On Monday last AIL Sharp caught ,
lion Mr. Sams, as we know that he f Jensen Invitations to to thd young people of another jew fish weighing 2K pounds The ramoust :Earc.'l.-T:1xn.o&: ran.d..:
cob-web her
i s been trying to do his best to please on the 12th Inst. party at home and although it was only one-fourth the Ammonia. . . .. .,4 to IV percent! t
e people. Mr. W. P. Arnold made a trip to Melbourne weight of the largest ho has caught this Available PhoH. .(II to 8 per cent! J For: 1(125.00( l'cr Totu .
on Saturday.E. C. H. Pillsbury has Issued Invitationsfor season, It was probably the most delicious Potash K O. 'f' ,Uto7perJcnt ) '
[Remember, the ADVOCATE, Titus- a dance, to be given at the Al Fresco In flavor of the live caught (weigh Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the Ins Bulletin. Write for I IPrlcell.
U", does all kinds of job printing. Givea B. Arnald delivered the election hotel on Friday evening The occasion ing altogether 32Clbu.: ) dUI'lnthe/ past Orders for 2 tons and upward. for oily brand will be delivered free ef All
share of your work.] returns in Titusville on Wednesday Is looked forward to with much pleasure 43 Simon, the colored boy caught/ freight charge to any railroad depot on the Kant Coast at catalogue price, until
being the first social event of the season. four urge/ shee head the same/ morning. further notice.
Miss Addle Sams came down Satur-
This done before 10
day, to open the Bay View school on was a. in. __ __. _. ___ __ ___ .__ ___ _n ______._._

Banyan.Rain Monday.The Stuart. OT": If you need any Job printing, we DUREN & FEASTER......
Is much needed In this vicinity young people are to meet at the shall be pleased to get a share of It.

present. school house Thursday evening, this -. -- GROCERIES FRUITS &. VEGETABLES. Florida and:
Mr. genial has
week, to organize a singing school, with May, our agent returned ,
F. Whitlock and II. Sams sailed to teacher.R. and Is hard at work. Reams.
up Mr. R. A. Conkling as
'urlenay on Saturday last. Air. Sams Sam Carroll made business trip io Western Meats of All Kinds,, Crockery Glass and Tinware.
turned on horseback on Sunday and A. Conkling and C. L. Howell came Palm Beach this week. Your patronage/ Solicited. /'
red a few days later.J.T.Snell down from Tillman to vote on Tuesday; Rev. H. F. Gove delivered two very TITUSVILLE: FLORIDA. "
others came f from Valkarla and Bay Stanley Kltchlng, of Sebastian Is visiting Interesting sermons at the schoolhouse I"
Is shipping beans from his View. relatives here. on Sunday. -

:antatlon\ will be at shipped Bovine. from Several hundredtea and Comstock'went down :Miss Theo. Kennedy of Sebastian, Is Miss Dawson of Narrows. spent Sun \.1

roplc within the next three Banyan weeks. Tuesday's Mr. Frank train to Roseland, where on he vlaltlng friends hel'e.The day evening with her friend, Minx ]Kob- GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !

LR> Ct Creech, while cutting weeds one has the contract to paint the Erclldonne new fish boat, Justice of the erts.Mrs. .
py last week, stepped upon 9. rattle- Inn, and will be absent several weeks. Peace, Is said to be a flyer. : Ellis and son Kay of )onoll. are I.
now numbered our town residents -
fake un,, which frightened-him almost to"l Misses Rosa Wells and Lillian Conk- Gordon Parks went to Palm Beach, among
though the snake never even with the ballot box. LITTLE :EROS.cif
of Grant, and Mr. Walter Wells Tuesday night,
f tempted to strike Mm.Canaveral.. ling.; The third primary of the year paused .....
were !visiting here Saturday and Sunday., ? Mr. Kidner, our school teacher is off quietly.
Miss Jennie Howell accompanied them progressing,: nicely, and has .a good at- very

home for a visit. tendance of scholars. At the on election Monday: held afternoon by the, schoolchildren Bryan FERrI( IZER & PHOSPHATE CO,

E. Stypmann & Co., our enterprising and Bewail of four.
won by a majority
R; M. Benham expects to have beans flab dealers, are shipping largo quantitiesof Of Jr ,oJdC.J3oxvxrlllo: : I1'1a.: ,
lily| for market next week.A Fort Pierce.It fish. Stewart and family were visiting at Are Offering Their: -
the home of F. C.
Puppcll, Sunday. .
.
rise of two cents a pound on bacon Our pineapples are doing/ well, and "
d extern farmer smile and the Florida I is good weather for farmers-quite every day. pleasant, and our friend, the mosquitoes -
racker weep.It a lot of rain lately. ; are thinning out. the Exceedingly Low Price off
With two good stores here, the people
Was awfully funny for Titusville-' The sidewalk between Edgartown and of Stuart do not need to send away for The great number of dove<< on the

lOve all places-to go for sound money. Fort Drum is now completed, and is a their goods. Patronize home industry. Inland give the hunter plenty of port. ...... -. =- ....- $25 Per Ton.Ammonia.
hey say the ADVOCAlrK has a good deal great help to as all. More than :2'O were killed one day lust .
answer for. We.notice 'that the young folks are week.C. .
The election hall at Mrs. Hayes house having lively times these beautiful evenIngs ( ,5 to ft per cent
G. M. J. Reamen returned from an extended . . .4 IJ' "
Quarterman seems to be the success,being well attended. playing croquet on the lawns of Guaranteed Analysis : } Available Pboiphorlo Acid. to
oat bas successful hunter In this vicinity. The was a music grand\ afforded by Mrs. llarbln and Walter Kltclilng. last. trip down the river on 'Friday ( Actual Potash. . . . ..8 to 4. "' "

''I8on. shot a number .Df fine deer this Mr. Burke was excellent. The dance Chas. Giiller returned home from Manufacture<< from the Purest Ammonlate, Super-phosphates; and Potajhe v

concluded about 12 p. m. Jacksonville, Monday night. Charley Is '. Nothing bettor for Pineapple, Vegetable, ,and present condition of the Orange
There TKX: a gallon of Ixmley, Itooaker A: Co. l
Is plenty of water In the Banana the sick list Wonder what Is the Tree .
dancing class on Pure af.8O; j
night's Whiskey a gal.
uk ver,, DOw, that.our mall) steamer can Last Saturday Harbin's was well mutter. Rye A fine stock of all kind of Fertilizer Material constantly on band. .
at Mrs. ---
the practice
run from Artesla to Nathan DT Write for Pamphlet and Price
time was en-
.tout side flue the mllel.fiats; shortening, the distance Joyed attended until, and.a 12 o'clock.delightful During; the evenIng Fruit and Vegetable Wanted. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER .& PHOSPHATE CO.,

Miss Sadie Saunders sang "The Eau Gallie. Jacksonville, Fla.
.A go d Too Late" with much To those growers having fruit and
our farmers make a Pardon Came
oaks by not baying a better sweetness and pathos., while W. T. lIar- vegetables for disposal, 1Ve will give the --,- .- ---. -
r'ed. The Extra Early Refugee quality bin rendered "Rocked In the Cradle of J. T. Snell, of Bovine, Is shipping. beat possible market prtee for their prod-
grows THE "ADVOCATE" does first-class to-date k
nicker, beans to northern markets. uce. produce also purchased -
t yields more, and will brlag at the Veep" in his clear baritone. Mrs. Foreign ,. up
: and
dealt
2\cts, a crate more than the cocoon Hearthstone, the professional musician, That was strange about our county In.
tea ltefujfee. W. bay. seen a hundred delighted the guest with her brilliant eat going for sound money.1 J. li. )MAURA: BBOH., JOB PRINTING ,and we are prepared to meet all Competition ;\ [
of this variety raised The members of the class are Commission merchant, <''V
fan oa a quarter playing. Miss Vi.. .. Wlgfleld, who has chargeof 244 E. and 105 W. ." ,
acre of land on their graceful : Bay Bar -
and a be complimented in Gin trial order.
n man can pick to prices us a ,
crates a day. dancing. the school at Bovine, was In town Jacksonville, Fla. Qpf'U



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i-j 4\, .,If f a plurality of 13,000 over The Poi>l11lst. r I SOCIETIES, ETC.

I "" a,r.!, ( Silver party fusion ticket. The Only One NEW JERSEY.
Bailey Populist candidate 'for
III governor
I ?. NEWARK. N. J. Nov. Chairman KNIOH'f801l'.I'YTUrA8.
0 ,
,J'I carried this
(Arapahoe)
i 1i by about 1,200 plurality but county Murphy the Republican state committee Remlnole Lodge, No. 30. holds ltd meeting. at
I most of tho To Stand the Test. the Court home, the lI..t) four Thursday even
' ,'i k j other populous counties give largo ma claim the state by 40.090; ( plural. togs of each month. at 8 o'clock i>.m..

I I, r jorities for Adams The McKinley state Rev. William whose Ity for McKinley Chairman Pi ice of L. T. COODY, S. D. GEIGER
\ ticket got fewer votes than the Copp, father I K. of R. & S.
Repub the DP in K-nuio committee will not concede C. C. M.1 of F, &
i, lican electors and Waite the "middle- was a physician for over fifty years auythitiK.

of-the-road Populist was a poor fourth In New Jersey, and who himself INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.
I
" r lathe race. spent preparing for the TEXAS.
many years
Drill at the Armory over county Jail every
;' : t WEST VIRGINIA. practice of medicine, but subse- DALLAS Nov. 4.-The count I is slow, 'uemlay evening In the munthatSo'eIock.FEAsTERCaptain.

1/.1/ quently entered the ministry of the nothing official can be obtained and It A.T. fOry Ff
'i i.,
'iJ': :> CHARLESTON \V. Va, Nov. 4.-There
M. E. Church writes "I
: am gladto
,
is hard to ascertain the 1SAFETY
result in Dallas.
i'\t' !" : is absolutely nothing received at Demo- testify that I have INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD (TEMPLARSTltusville .
I Bryan will the state nearly
by
I. ..: f ft: jl ij cratio headquarters by which a majority had analyzed all the 50,000() )( with the carry Democratic state ticket. evening 7:30:: Lodge In Freibyterlan No. 17 meets church.every Tuescla Public. .

f r! can be based by either party. A few sarsaparilla preparations meetings. first Tuesday. in each month.
i I "!i/,/ ,' telegrams received by Secretary Olney known in the MINNESOTA. C. A. GARDNER G. W. SCOBIE p
(
r { 'I i announce /gains, but not enough counties Seu't. C.T.
. f\ '' \ have been heard from to form an trade butAYER'S MINNEAPOLIS.: Nov. 4. Oonfrress:
\\1<, idea as to t.e: result. The Democrats
I Fifth district Loren
I Flether re-elected.
I : Zr;; claim the state by 8,000 and the Repub CHURCHES.
i I"I'" '!1(1(.t. licans by from 10,000 to 18000. Hennepin county (fires McKinley 4,000
i
1"," y I 't Returns from the state. which are irla the only one of majority while for irorornor. Llnd
I j$ J.them' that 1 could fusion will EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
., low, show Republican gains over 1893. get nearly 1,000 majority.
, I : I and there strong that y recommend as a rvloei the 2nd and 4th Sundays In each I II
probability
. I "P ',,1 the state hasa for McKin ey. Weteel B !4: bloodpurlfler.lhavegiven' FLORIDA month,at 11 a.m.and 1:OO p. m. Sunday school at I
, every t Sunday at 11:30 a. m. Evening: prayer
"1 I f'h county, which gave Cleveland A37 away hundreds of bottles of JACKSONTILLB, Fla., Nov 4.Bryan I p. mon Wednesdays. Litany service every
.f I majority. will not exceed 800 Friday at 10 a. m.
f .,/' i ,; for Bryan. Oilmer probably county gives 850 it, as I consider it the safest as wellas gets 10,000 majority In Florida. The RlliY. B. F. BROWN, Reotor.
,1 'il'' the best to be
, I' :1. Democratic had.-WM. COPP first 28 precincts out of 03d
: majority; Mineral county gin Bryan
: 'I 1 I \, I estimated 800 Republican. ; Brooke Pastor M.E. (')turch,Jackson Minn.IVERS. -- METHODIST CHURCH. I COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES I

. I hf /II.,c Bounty 1":9>> for McKiuley. services first, third and fOllrth8l1nd..ye '
Regular every
.. I r / 1I'1I Transfer between
Fluent Cuisine:: and Service No Jacksonville and New
at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. Sunday York
r ARKANSAS. School every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. Epworth. The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamer .
1 I lr t League each Sunday at \2:30:: p. m. Prayer meetIng
,I every Thursday.. night at 7:00: p. m. The (new) "Cherokee "
LITTLE
i>< ROCK, Nov 4.-The fusionin Ladles'. Aid Society meets every Wednesday "Comanclie" "Algonquin, "Iroqnois, "SemlDoli]
. >mBH ticket Arkansas was elected by a majority at 3:00: p. m. Everybody welcome at our church
.
: : services. NorthBound.Steamers
of from 25,000 to 80,000 Returns .. F. M. C. FADS, Pastor. are appointed to sail according to the tide. I
( from over the state indicate that about From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, :Tuesdays! and Thiinul..1,
( 'd the usual vote From CHARLESTON S. C., Mondays, Wednen.aye and KrtZj,
wan
polled When In doubt,ask for Ayer's Pill Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston
! ) y The Democratic candidates for con. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. For hour of sailing see "Clyde dally i paler> ]' 1

,1 a grass were elected by good majorities. Services' every Sabbath at 11 a. m.and South-Bound. I
Gardner
,l Terry. in the about Sunday .school at 9:45: : a. m., Chim. sail from Pier 20 East New York, at 8 I
l; J Fourth receiving ---- ---- ---------- -- -------- Steamers are appointed)? to River p. m., as follows
Supt. Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening .
ForCHAKJJC TN.K.C.( Mondays, Wednemla sad, rriiij
8.000
1 over Waters Republican MoRae
<
( ; at7K:: ). are cordially invited to attend .. at Charleston .
In the Third carted one of the strong OHIO. r our service,. For JACKSONVILLE ,(calling ) Mondays Wednesday lOud Fridj.|
i( I I 1, est Republican precincts in Hem stead I Iq H. M. GOODELL, Pastor.

t SI; ':' I ) county It will be several days before CINCINNATI, Nov Hamilton county Clyde's St. Johns River Line.

; : all the election returns are in from the 0., complete gives McKinley 67,783;
t tl back counties but from the figures at Bryan. 88,008; Palmer 180; McKinley's BAPTIST CHURCH. (DE BARY LINE)
1 + hand the Democratic majority is conservatively Preaching every second and. fourth Sundays
1 r + estimated plurality. 19.779 Shattuo (Rep. ). con- morning and evening. Prayer Meetings everyWednesday The Elegant Iron Jewheel Steamer
I ; { '' .. at 2.000. gren man First district, has a pluralityof .. evening at 7:00: o'clock. Sunday CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.
+ The three Populists on the ticket ran 005 Bromwell. School every Sunday at 9:4S: : a. in. Also l preachIng -
I about 3,000 behind the Democratic ; Second district will --i.-- first Sunday at LaGrange. | Second Sunday CAPT. W. A. SHAW
" ,I which about represents the gold standard be elected by 9209. The pluralities for Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend.B. Is appointed to sail as follows
( Democratic strength In the state. Republicans on the state ticket tire al. A. GEIGER, Pastor. Leaves Jacksonville, aISO: p m, Sundays Tuesdays and Saturdays for Palailu,
most the same as for McKiuley. ARTAURBEWALL Sanford. Entedrriae and Intermediate landings on the St.John e River
. Y Leaves Sanford 0.00 a. m., Mondays Wednesdays. and Saturdays for Jacksonville.
I '
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!
? KANSAS. GEORGIA. [Defeated Candidate For Vice Presidency] CATHOLIC CHURCH.
lORTH
L1 SOUTH BOUND SCHEDULE IIl>JnL
,i 'h't TOPBKA: Nov. 4:=It seems practically and Hawaii 1,202; Bryan and Watson, Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday In new' Read down. I head np.

t n certain that ATLANTA, Nov. 4.-Returns from the '17.} McKinley, 570; Palmer, 107. Church building. North Tltusville. Children'scatechism ; Leave 8.:10: p. m. .....................,...Jackeonvllie........................ ArrIVe B.JOa.n
I Bryan has curried Kansas state are coming in more slowly thanWILLIAM at 8 p. m. ,Rector. .. S.4I: p. m. ............................P.latka............................ Leave 9.up.!
i by a small majority. Chairman Breiden- REY.J.F.O'BOVLB u 3.00 a. m. ........... ... ........ ... Astor................. ........... .. Inp.n
% NORTH DAKOTA. u 4.30 a. m. .........................Bt. Francis.......................... J.30a.a
i thal of the Democratic state committee u 7.30 a. m. ...................... Beresford.......................... U 12.00 us
claims the state by 18000. Chairman EABGO N. D. Nov 4. Indication, .. 6.00 ...Blne 11.10,
: I 1 Simpson of the Republican! state committee How's Tills I Arrive 0.90 :: :: ::::::::::::::: ::::::::..I.Sanford.' Springs...::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ii;aa.: :"

JY K are that the state will give from 8,000to .. 9.2& a. m. .............. ........ ....Entorprl ... ............ .......... U.30 a.a
'I however, refuses to surrender 6,000 Republican. Johnson is re- We offer one hundred dollars rewardfor .......... .. .. ,....... ....So. lie. Railroad Wharf (Sanford)........ ...................t2IOp.1I!
Ii 9 and declares that oomplete returns will any case of Catarrh that cannot be
I. The Democrats claim the election, of publican state ticket is elected. F. J. CHENEY& CO., Props! Toledo, O. I .

, U' ,congressmen in the Third Fifth Sixth We, the undersigned, have known F.J. J. A. LESLIE, Supt. JKO.L. ReWARD Fla.Fr't Agt. F. IHOSMONOEH, JR.,Fla.r..s.JI'
f t and Seventh districts by majorities from NORTH CAROLINA. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

l I 2,600 to fl.000. The First district is con 4\ RALEIGH, Nov. 4.-The returns to him perfectly honorable In all business TIIKO. 0. EOGnH,T. It 1[., A.J COLE General Pa..enger'AKent. M.1 H, CLYDEA.T.!*!
(, ,ceded to Broderiok (Rep.) and the up transactions and financially able to carry 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.
I'l (. t Fourth Is classed doubtful Returns 8 a. m. Indicate that Bryan has carried out any obligations made by their firm. Witt. P. CLYDE &: CO., General Agents,

}1 It I generally, indicate Republican losses. North Carolina by 10000. The returnsat West & Truax, Wholesale Druggists, S Bowling Green New York. 1F, So. Delaware Av,,Phlladelihi.|
that hour were not complete from Toledo, 0.Walding .
, h ILOUISIANA.: r i the state. Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale

Druggists; Toledo, O.lIall's .
?a' NEW ORLEANS NOT. 4.-The election SOUTH CAROLINA. Catarrh Cure Is taken inter MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

i was the most peaceable and quiet ever nally, acting: directly upon the blood and

. ; held in this state. In the country par COLTOIBIA. S. O., Nov 4.-The election\ mucous surfaces of the system. Price,
I 7 no. bottle. Sold by all Draggists. Florida New York
l y Ii; ashes the Australian ballot had the effect passed off quietly in this state. The Testimonials per free.

' h, of keeping many negroes away from Bryan people had everything their own Philadelphia and Boston.
I f j'i'b l the polls resulting iota light vote. I way.
With half a dozen polls missing Bryau'a r Sailing from Brunswick, Oa., direct to New York,

majority in the city was 10,000; his maP VIRGINIA. PASSENGER SERVICE.

P 1 .jority in the state may exceed 80000. j. BRYAN RICHMOND. Nor. 4.-Bryan's majority RUBBER JTAMPSTKNCILS WHY NOT HAVE YOU t Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot), "Au
A full Democratic delegation is elected WORK DONE BY QUICKCHEAPANDARELIABLt RAIL" F. C. & P. R. H. Tlinrsdivy only, 4:00: p. m. Arriit
I a to Congress [Defeated. Candidate For the Presidency] [Continued on 7th page.) I N-Y Mcamer.Brunswick T::30 p. m. Passengers going at once on .hard

WYOMING. usual. The party manager/ are makingno FAITHFUL MEN OR BRASS riRM. STEELOIES. WAX Through car without transfer, Jacksonville to Ilruninlck

4 'i effort to Collect them, and they will WANTED to travel for responsible EALS SEALS.BRASS CHECKS.- PROPOSED SAILINGS
; CHEYENNE: :, Wy., Nov. 4.-Thirty. be allowed to drift in through slow established house in Florida. TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIE
Salary Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R.,3:30.d.: m, Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick

+ } r,, (J t nine Wyoming precincts give McKinley official sources. The Democrat. m.rjority $780 and expenses. Position perman STEEL wu, BIGGEST piIeawaw.rA Friday Oct. 9.............................COLORADO ............................Friday< Oft.ll
i ,, 1,400; Bryan 1,403; Democratic gain of will probably be about 25,000. and ent. Reference. Enclose self-addrensed 5 Friday Ort. 18. .............................RIO GRANDE..........................Friday, Oft. S
n' l all of the 11 congressmen are Democrats. stamped envelope. The National, Star _IN THE SOUTH Friday, Oct, 23.............................COLORADO... ... ....... ............Friday (Oft.9
1 284. Incomplete returns from two precincts Insurance Bldg. Friday Oct, 30............................RIO (GRANDE...... ............,.....Friday, Xof. I
in Evanston and eight in Laramie Chicago. Friday Nov. 6........ .....................COLORADO.. .........................Friday. Xov.D
1? 1 Democratic of At TENNESSEE.
give gain 633.
For Information, to
general steamer traln"Jrate", etc. to any railroad agent nr
f ) ', ) ) !I 1 this; ratio the entire state will give Bryan NASRVILLB, Nov. 4.-Returns from A.P. MURPHY AI8nternandln.., Fla. CHAS. apply( 22O W. lI"yl.\t.Jiwk omlll .
/1 i 1,800 plurality. Congressional and state H. H. RAYMOND General Southern Agent: Brunswick, Ga.
1 tickets are pretty nearly the same. the the state are very meagre. The Demo. C. H. MALLORY General Agent Pier 20, E. River, and 302 Broadway,X.Y.

r electoral ticket. crate are claiming the state for Bryan Things to Make the Thoughtless Think

and there is a probability that he wil

to NEW YORK get a small plurality. The Republican THAT THE RIDER OF A

still claim the state by a small pluralityand ....................................................... ............................................
NEW YORK. Nov 4.-New York state are more confident of the electionof A Boon to Florida !

a + i r t approximated the most sanguine expectations their candidate for governor. : SEATING BICYLE:

t t of the
k ,t Republican campaign SOUTH DAKOTA. .................................... ....... .............................. ...... ................
T' managers, the only crumb of comfort
,
remaining to the Democrats being five Enjoys his trips.more than other riders
TANKTON S. D., Nov. 4.-One hun
11 ..t congressmen elected in this city The BECAUSE Water Works for Your Homes I
1 i' closest estimate it is possible to make dred and fifty-six out of 1.007 precinctsin Ills wheel Is lighter. The long chain gives easy move- ,

i indicate that McKlnley's plurality in South Dakota give McKinley 10,033; ment. The polish of the bearings aids that glidethateasy '

r 9 1 the state over Bryan will exceed 20J :) ,- Bryan 9411. On the same ratio the glide-that pleases. Etc., under your own Control,

(J / 000. _____ state will go to McKinley by only 800. Art; Catalogue 4cta. la Stamps. -

OREGON. out the country precincts may wipe this KEATING! WHEEL, CO., Holyoke Mass.

,+' PORTLAND Or., Nov 4. Nearly YOU FURNISH THE WATER;. WE DO
)i i' 1 three-fourths of the total voto of Oregon ALABAMA.

t I has been received. McKinley, 82,- BIRMINGHAM. Ala" :; Nov. 4.-Full returns w THE REST

f 183; Bryan, 37,400; McKinley plurality. have not :yet been received from
4. 734 Palmer vote in the state will
I Used with and driven wells
in estimate open
every county this state and no
be about 100. It is estimated that the .
t a 1'+ precincts yet to be heard from will reduce > based on any actual count of votes springs and lakes. A few minutes workat
: can be safely) made. Bryan however,
i t1 MoKinley's plurality 1.500 making an air pump delivers the water allover
his plurality in the state 8,300. has carried the state.BWCKWFLL'.S
I l your house with pressure. No cost
SEE THAT CURVE.
--- ---- to operate. No> windmill or overhead

tank. Simple and durable. --
_
1 I WANT Write or apply for particulars to the OUCH ER'S
Pneumatic Water Works
f ,1I II ISJ URHIIt ADVOCATE, or toDealing System.for .

/ }BLA CKWV FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY either Domesticor r'
u Paislow A Co., Public Purposes.Dearlnjr. ;
DNOOTHEUIII Parslow It Co., i '
.( (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PARSLOW, MOB I if.CO.


; ; -c-; SEE? Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise. --------carp-, .-&.-..------ -

t \ ii Oa.A.S.: :eI-C-: & ..
DURHA _JL A CHANCE OF A L1FE-TIME-PIA AND ORGANS' AT A SACRIFICE.We .
-II
.. purchased In January last the immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet DEALERS IN _
music and musical Instruments of The A. :B. Campbell Co. We are closing out :Fine
1 unheard-of low to make for Wines: and :Licjuoro,
fJ the stock'of Pianos and Organs at prices room a full

jj; aM line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Kingsbury Pianos. 417. 419 W. Bay St.,
/ We have the following pianos, which are worth from f 100 to f-JOO) more than we

ask for them : JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.
Conover K,wal. ................ .. .....$.1M Raines Bros., style e, mah..................I2ooSchubart.
.. style K.eh.... ............. .. .... II'JII IS.....-................. 375 Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from 11.75
.. .. Jeb .................. ... 2*> Malcolm Love, to WJO per .
F >. u Jw.l.................... .... am Steinway eb..................... 3SoKveratt Brandies from,. &to fs.75 per gallon.
X111191 .. hl,eb...... ................ .. 400 eb.................... 125 : -W.make a of +
.. .. K.wal ............. ........ 3sa: JUDjt8bllrT.Il"! B .b..2'J pr Mountain Dew Specialty North Caro
McCammon style M: wal.............. ....... 3110 A eb....... ............ ::100 old,ftUM Corn: Whiskey. three
.. :M., mah......_... ........ :OM Knabe Grand ................ ..... :avStuyvMant > years per gauoo.50Jci.'M
Taw will .tU saw esagela .. 14 7wal.,... ...._ ....... 1-i eb. . ._.. .... 175 cat. 2Sct,1 gal.,SSets, I gal.
e 7eb.... ............... .2/10.. wad.,...%.,........... 9oo PURE
4 i I ...... ... ewe Mgr liaises Bros. e\ eb........... ,...... 900 Newsby A Evans eb.................... 125Ju. Kep-6 ga, .t: 1.pl..'1.25: "bbl..
I ... Itee.egeY hrl/.wMS .. .. 3, eb...................... 178 M.: Star, eb..............._.._.. llo '1.110.
tI I ftMu Mf w, llhC a. 3, mah................iSo Morris. 100 Parties living In Dry Towns will do J
t f1 Some of these hare been rented but we have had them re-polished and well to order from us a. we can save
,
pianos all\
/ .... Basses'. Dy a Mg; w them M per cent oo orders r
.. put in thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey. r.- ,.MOd .
...
.t dal. .Nh. 5.11 Ann mnDa7 with orden. ,
funded. We furnish a stool scarf, innstructlon book and delivered f. oo. b. Jack Wit open new accounts
i I ..... unices
aa.l W.egessrs.alela { .ultabl. .
sonville; cash or installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. Jacksonville rorsseos I. Kv n.
i4 gttea .....t sraltpW...- t FBEYER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No Goods sent C.O. D. to Dry Towns.
for
cab .... taw a M tea.. 1 et 24 E: Forsvth Street, Jacksonville Fla Brewwerl and Bottlers Indtenopotie,JudlanapoUT.Brewing led.r CoL.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 6. 1896. 7

,

F.r C. &.1*. SHOUT LINE. Is probably S 5.000.. Eight Democratic gives out the .following table as to the Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof Hotel. I I :g30TLLS.

congressmen are certainly elected. complexion of the next house of representatives .
-
I th of November, the Florida : Republican 320 Democrat- 1
:
I ; -I-a'J
li? 10& Peninsular K. K., in con- CANTON, GREATLY EXCITED.MoKlnley'i Populists 12K Majority over all, 101. I- rLOrLm.: :
ffin with the Southern Hallway, Homo Divided as follow: Anti-silver. Hepnblicaus Hotel Geneva I
I L & Crescent, Intend to City Goes Wild Ovortho
;
Queen 2/11: ; anti-silver Democrat- ,
t Hemiltof the .
I,melba Cincinnati & Floiida LiraI Klcotlon.CANTOS Populists. 3; for silver n"pablioana.8; EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM.
I?I, which Is the train consisting of : 0., Nov. 4 Oautou is in a for silver Democrat-Populist, 125; Cor. Fur.yth. end Cedar Sl..,
moil and express, passtjngeraje. fever of excitement On all sides thereis sound money iuuj,)iity: 101.
Ihes and sleepers all vestibuled.I. an uninterrupted din of screechingsteam From returns thus far received, the Jacksonville, Fla.
very elegant train and abso- whistles pulled to their full next senate will Ktm11118 follows: Republican C. B. KNOTT, Cen'l Superintendent.ST. .
llvtlie] quickest train that runs to open 43; Democrats 32; Independents Modern Improvements Bathe, etc., on
I ill. Tills season It Is proposed town capacity and tooting a savage/ cheer; and Populists ilj; doubtful 0. Total Every: door, Gas anti Electric AUGUSTINE, ..
tile time to :24 hours and 20 bands and drum corps marching and 00.PAYNE. Lights; Passenger Elevator. Artistically 'I '
ateS; from Cincinnati to Jackson- counter-marchiug, uninformed and un- and Elegantly Fur.! Alcazar,
21 hours and 10 minutes uniformed clubs parading, and IS '
I', and to artillery HIGHLY ELATED. nUhed. .'. JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager.
to Cincinnati. The
Jacksonville companies shaking the town with can.
I 111,! will leave Cincinnati at 8:30:: n.m. non salute. The town people eumasse Think the Country 1. to II. Con r.tulatad Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00. Open November, first to May that!
I rcncli Jacksonville) at 8:50: next joined in the demonstration, of rejoicingover on the It...." of the Kloolloii.CHICAGO. > Casino ; .

I, It will l leave Jacksonville at 7In' the result of the election. What. Nov. 4 Mr. Henry B. Weekly Ittttmoii j\|>|>llrntlon. ,_
and arrive at Cincinnati at 7:10: ever doubt there may be as to the resultof A. M. TAYLOR, Superintendent
Payne of the gold standard Democratic .
I1atri for the Sunt.ellED.
1..ltll'
I next p. m. the election, Canton is convinced that Swimming Pool. Russian and Turkish Baths. ,
_. their townsman. Mr. McKinley is the executive committee was highly elated L. OWENS, Prop. 'If" '
-- --- president-elect of the United States. over the result and said: Ponce de Leon 41'! i I

[professional Cards. Major McKinley.was about the house "The country is to be congratulatedthat ,.lO1LLIS
by 8 a. m. after a three hours' nap A: MURRAY. Managers.\
broken by the demonstration made the majority Is so great that it will HOTEL Open January to AptII. ;
LOB H. BOBBINS. WALTER S. GBABAMBIXS around him. At 4 o'clock he stood on inspire confidence in business circles. I COQUINA % (, '".,

& GHA AM.J.TTORYEYS.ATLAW, roof of the porch reviewing the Tippe- Too much praise o.ianot, in my opinion, Cordova, ""

canoe club. It was a stirring scene in Open December 3rd. Rooms only. Open dining February and March: 'on
the gray of the morning. Major Mc
Kinley took a final survey of the estimates .
IICB nouns:From 10 to 12 a. m., up to 4:15. There had been -* ORMONDWTHE-SEA *- ORMOND.The Ormond
and 2 to 4 p. m. marked fluctuations after midnight.But ate. ,

TITUSVILLK, Brevard Co., Florida. in any view of the situation, the ANDERSON: .t PRICE Managers. ,
.
'
FLORIDA.SURF .
feeling about the McKinley home .
I riot,illS was Open December to April.
III practice In all the courts-state and fed that the contest was over. In order
that the Major and Mrs. McKinley '
PALM BEACH
',.rial facilities for examining and perfect- might have rest. The members of the BATHING AND DRIVING are \ "

land'titles. local Republican committee were on 1 1A Specialties at Ormond. Royal Poinciana, /
hand to t'
delegationsuntil
keep visiting
away }'Im}) STEKHY, Manager\
later in the
CAUV-ELWES day. : 'tr For Cll'culallad<1resl.l. Open January to Apt. !
A curious crowd filled the sidewalks

NOTARY PUBLIC and the were streets admitted.at the home Telegrams but no by visitors the SEISER & VIKING, Managers, Palm Beach Inn ,

STATE AT LARGE. hundred accumulated through the early FRKI: ) STKRUY, Manager..
morning and were delivered in huge ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. \ December to May ..
Typewriting/ taxes paid for non- bunches. They were mainly congratulatory ,; ..
',iltnts, tents and accounts collected, with some additional advices on
I, etc. Correspondence solicited. the situation. Word came that Oregon ,. INDIA NOLA HOUSE. Palm Beach Casino, "v,. ,.

fitusvillc, - Floiida.IflLLEK had given McKinley a majority of 7,000 E. A. WATSON, Superintendent "
and that Louisville would give a majority -wtV Salt Water Swlmmlnir Tool. Surf Bathing.
of 13,500. Fishing from Ocean 1'ler .
KENNARD In a general way the returns led to '"
& the conviction by Major McKinley's ..,.,.Indlanola is on Merritts Island..,...
' I JAMKS K. JOlf KS. MIAMI
ARCHITECTS. I closest friends that 239 electoral votes [Who Managed Democratic Campaign., ] Royal Palm
were assured beyond peradventure 48 Four Miles North of Rockledge. ,
be given to patriotic men who have
tint Coast business will have prompt more were regarded probable for McKinley broken away from their oldtime affiliations H. W. MERRILL, Manager\
Utlun.TIMPA. and 18 doubtful. to support oar ticket. LARGE I OnBINew ( Buy Open January J. 1897.)
Those regarded as certain are: Connecticut Sunny rooms, all looking on
"It is not to be forgotten that
- FLOUIDA.pXOR Indiana Min our York Office, 26 Broadway.
Illinois' Iowa adopted citizens have contributed their i Indian River. flood, home toble.I'ul'c .

nesota, Maryland Massachusetts Michigan fall share towards this splendid victory" .. ... ._ .
.. .. .
/ New Hampshire, New Jersey soft drinking water. Sailing/ rowing ---- --- --- -- ---- -- ---- -- -- -- -- -- --------

S. JONES New York Ohio, Oregon Pennsylvania ECKELS ON THE RESULT. fishing and hunting. Will meet Opened eJanuary<
.
Rhode Island, Vermont and Wiwcousin. The Hotel Placide
guests at trains at 'ocoa, and transfer 189i
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. The Comptroller of the Currency I. Not ,
Those counted an probable for McKinley Surprised at the, Kvpubllvau Victory. them to and from house fire .of charge JACKSONVILLE, FLUItlnA
fUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA are: North Dakota South Dakota:
Delaware. Kentucky Montana. Washington CHICAGO, Nov. Comptroller. Eck Rates : $1.60 per day In the center of the city, on 111111trtt't{ the dividing line. between cast and I west
County Judge of Brevard County. West Virginia and Wyoming. els, who was at the national Democratic one block from hay Everything: entirely new. Elegantly fninlshod throughout.

The doubtful are: Kansas and Nebraska headquarters, said: $8.00 per week. Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets nil trains Turnm t'J.M: ) per day and

"I think: the result is just what might Address: upwards. Special rates by tho week. N. I.. WARD, Proprietor,
L. GAULDEV, Joseph Smith, political secretary of have been expected when the ques
_.. .. .
Major McKinley, : "The electoral the
says tion was put to voters: 'Will the O. W. SCHUYLEIt - -- -- - -- --- - -- -- -- -- --
ATTORNEY American people their debts?' it baa
-AT-LAW, pay
vote of and Hobart will be
McKinley -J. A. HAPPEHSETTE. .
till always been decided that they would. Indlanoht Fin
practice In all the Courts of the State come where between 28!) and 354 leave ,
tlorUn,anil, the United States Courts. We pay our debts. The nation pays its
}0. Box,238. TITUSVILLE, FLA. ing 03 to to 1C8.Bryan In and my tewullnot confident judgment more than debts. The importance of the result in I3ST3DI-A.3ST: : RIVER: '; eO'IEJ:: : : :: ..,
the business world is that it-
to Loan. the
Money 18 means
McKinley and Hobart will receive rehabilament of Amp ..n credit abroatU High ClassCarpetings
nearly it not quite" 1,000.000 pluralityof That means investor a willing to put i

FREEMAN HALL, the popular vote. their Idle capital in u... tl terpri e.Wom.u' < TITUSVILLE,

? I l '
( PLEASED.
AP'.lNISTRATION
'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW AM to Women. Indian River.

Clovaland and HI* Cabinet Satlnfled With There is one very good sign in recent c Fla.
& INSURANCE AGENT. the Re..... of the El..otlon. times, the interest of women who are .
-
WASHINGTON, Nov. 4.-There was an not compelled to work: for a living in 1'J.. A. HA1TKKSETTEMAVAOKK.: ,
itnRVilIe, Florida. air of unconcealed satisfaction In administratton those who are. The favored ones who H. E. CLARK t417
have their golden leisure do give strong klratF .
the result of
iepresenting: all the best and strong- circles over ,rv ff7jfp] s N fe
moral support to the workers It was -
Insurance Companies. Is prepared the election yet this was tempered in
write lines to any amount, anywhere many instances with pity. From the the leading women of Philadelphia, 38 West Bay St., ifeM V Open All Tlio Your.
the East Coast.CAI'NE New York, Boston and Baltimore, together
president in the White House down to Jacksonville Florida. -
with a contingent from Washington } '
official there inditpo- ; ft.
the lowest was an
sition to exult over the defeat of 'their -call them "society women" if Announces the opening of his Spring II ,lief ill u lk r ,, reel mf IrJ; 1M11Tmii1 rtim Only a o few minutes'
BAY DADE COU T\. oldtime political associates, and the you will-who united to contribute the r ''t n: d t x r, walk from Knllwuy\ sta
W. E\VAX members of the prebident's official faIntly $100,000 which opened to women the Stock of select and exclusive patterns of A II I I / i lions and Steamboat land-

U. S. COMMISSIONER. preserved a dignified Silence in the postgraduate school of the Johns Hop. fine grade Carpeting and Mattings. n I ry h'liatl "IItl llu r Ings.
hope of thus making easier the task got kins university. The delay in startingthis r /, ; On the banks of the
Notary Publlo State at Large. for the future heal of the breaches in school was duo>> to a want of avail tugs and Shades in all sizes and colors. r fur-Gunud Indian River

.ands\ Selected; Conveyances made. the party. able funds, and the women raised the Send for Samples and Prices and you
respondence solicited. Address: Ail of the members of the cabinet who necessary' amount and gave it on the UNaTs77Ft NIi7w' M11NdC f-SsIMizNT.

Hay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, were in Washington; remained with the condil ion that there should be no dis will be pleased. -. .. .. ---- ---- _.--- .. _.. --
in the white house until 2 a.
Office, Ewan's Landing. president crimination against' medical women
m. listening to the reading of the returns -
from ths Associated press and graduates who might apply to that institution AWNINGS .\.. STANTON HOUSE.
EORGE other sources by Private Secretary for instruction. They really
w. ALLEN.ATTORNEYATLAW., Thurber. By that hour they had satis- raised more than the sum required and For your Store or Residence.

fled-themselves completely as to the bound the trustees by bard and fast con ,
---- -- I D. J.
general result. ditions never to take a backward step in ri JONES Proprietor.
. The cabinet officers refused to make this matter. In New York the name n
Wet. Florida.'ill any statement as to their views of the forces are enlisted to make it popular- We Send it Free !
election. As for the president Private hall wu say-for women to know the Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms tog
practice In the United States Secretary Thnrber said he had com-
State Courts. PjunOS menced the preparation of his annual law. It is good and gracious sign.- !' TOWeak- Families.
message to the congress and as has always Philadelphia Record. p D
been the custom! he would bo
obliged to deny himself to.the public The Earring R.TlTal. MenYoung
LEX :ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON ; Two Minutes Walk from Contrat
until it was completed. The month of The announced revival of earrings'

ATTORNEY3-AT-LAW, November is usually devoted to this not pleuHuut.news Piercing the ears is Depot.OIIArl."rANOOOA,

purpose. a relic of barbarism that should never and Old. 'TENN.Travelers'
iHomi.LB: : .
AND TAVARES FLA. --

''Ill continue to practice in the courts EX-MAYOR HOPKINS TALKS. They have been are rarely indented becoming in a,sensible and, though age. Rejoice With us in the Discovery.When --- --- .-- -. -- .. --. ... --

''we :Seventh Judicial Circuit. All Bay II. !).._ Not. H.J...... In McKol.j'. the long pendants worn 80 years ago
mess
before the United States and Ief. and which might have been taken right
te Victory, but la llryan' : n man has suffered for years
onal Circuit Courts will receive the CHICAGO Nov. 4.-"We know" say i out of an 'African woman's ears were with a weakness that blights hit. life and Hotel..1 .
attention of Mr. Alex' St. 'not tolerated in the late days of, the rob him of all that really makes life .-
ir-Abrams. chair of the gold
John man
P. Hopkins
i fashion and probably 'never will be worth living, if he can avail himself of a
standard Democratic committee "that i again even the tiniest of earrings are complete cure, why not possess the

1TIONAL McKinley baa received an overwhelm. ,, unattractive. Jev-ola slipped on the fingers moral courage to stop his downward Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.

lug majority in Illinois.!!! This is not a clasped around the wrists or throat course. ,
-- --
We will send mall ABSOLUTELY
by

ome-Seekers. surprise to those who han opportunity or thrust in tho hair are more or lefts you

to observe the trend of pnbllo opiu- acceptable When, however, it becomes AIl I'owerful FREE I> ., In HOFFMAN'S plain: package:I VITAL the
and 1' : This Hotel is now under
AL thug "tote. The Palmer new management
ESTATE EXCHANGE. ion in which necessary to tear and perforate the /fleshto RESTORATIVE TABLETS, with a
,
insignificant ,
Buckner vote was
find a place for another gem the legal guarantee to permanently) cure
;] in a matter of the of sound no surprise money campaign to the managers in taste for ornament has reached the savage Lost Manhood, Self-Abuse, :Sexual Weiikn and has been thoroughly renovated throughout. -

lianBing Property for Property a this state. stage. HH, Varlcocele, stops forever night
"' "ty. Send Description of what "Democracy and the Democratic'par- Physicians point out, too that blood Emissions and all unnatural drains. Returns -

have, and what want. tv still lives; its principles are eternal. poisoning may easily result from the ear to. former appearances emaciated -
you i __
McKinley's victory, and !ii to organs.No = _-
I do not rejoice at piercing operation more likely
L.\t.\R i C. O. I). fraud nor recipe
Indian River FLORIDA.C. but I do rejoice in Bryan's defeat. Our ensue now than formerly, it being a decep
'tion. If we could not cure, we would lius meets all Trains and Electric Cars door. Oath
committee will meet this week and proclaim pass rooms and all
that the
well known fact tendency to
C. CARROLL not send medicine Free to an.1fny
and to our try, Conveniences
of this state on floor
to the people inch. condition i"! stronger now than when satisfied./ Write to-tlay, as every
Democrats

Real Estate Agent. the United and claim States to that represent we are the Democratic was tho also SO and CO years ago-Now this may not appear again. Open .A.11, the; :: 'Y'ear.RatesAmerlcan -

faith. We have no of doubt the party that York Times. Address: Western Medicine Company Plan $2 to ,$2.BO; European 5Oc. to $1.00. .
element
conservative I
'* Special Rates by the Week. '
,
DGES TT.ll assert. itself and now that Altsreld-: tryamItm.talllem Incorporated. KALAMAZOO, MIrh
& GODFREY lam and all it represents, been u:- Mr. Bryan still calls hiiunolf a "bi- FINLEY & MORROW Proprietors.

t.-rly repudiated by our state the sober and nietalUnt." though tie lia* never even _. ..___ ___ .. ._____ ,
will assert. itself -- -- --- --- --- -- .u
anufacturer'"* of sense 6f the people attempted to answer the question t "In FAITHFUL AIEX OR \

the Democracy will be re-established. on the history of this country him there WANTED to travel for responsible HOTEL MELBOURNE t0 NAOD. r-BATHINfi THE TEAR BOUNJB. ,:
low Pine ita'fltoctant lines ever been a time when gold and silver established house In Florida. Salary
Lumber American citizen that .
Joel rejoice as an
to circulated upon equal tt-rmllaa full legal 97HO and expenses. 1'onltlon perman-
fmople
of the American
the capacity ent. Reference Enclose Mlf-addreM. .. "
the
in lain war tender money wills mints opfti to I II
ROUGH" DRESSED govern themselves peace the most crucial the free and nnlimi ted coinage of both?" stamped envelope. The National, Star I ?
demonstrated by
tic. Sox H..... has been Insurance[ lildg., Chicago. MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. '
tout to which the republic has been There never was inch a> time. Free ,_ (AM.0pr.1'Ifol,-=-
malt.t V..l. C..... subjected." and unlimited coinage at 19 to I has I SNIYtItIA'fLA Oo'

fiber deitvand bill of tt wy pars of IDdlaQ River HOUSE FOR GOLD. never ID any country at any time -What do you need In the way of Open all the year round. Good Fishng. ZDMUSII'IIWHFDftAIUY.c' UNDU!! ;?j..
nllrlib LAIe NEXT
Aayoe. eoat.mpI.thv.R.a bimetallic Mr. BryanIs and Yachting. Rates .
Hunting
given currency. /
heads bill
"e -*ee..t. well envelopes note and letter .. 'r. Clr.sd.s
.p.
do to .. at Moderate :
.* *.w.a.,.The"waiU Iwonlld.... OD die .II.* ..... *.. Will M... a Majorityr silver monometallic. in fact what beads, statements, tags, cards, etc 12.60 and upwards. I'n
,a mite contli of Ftlatka. Oo. ........... aod 0... ever be may think himself to be In the We shall be glad to have a share of your rates,' solid comfort no ostentation ...,;

QmallJRhu>> Putnam co.. Fla. CHICAGO Nor. 4.-The Times-Herald ory. work. Proprietress, !ala.. C. J. HECTOR. good fishing good cooking. ":




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a,, ;t ., ." ''t1: For Hale, quired to bear but once. A great many Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S Gov't-ReportVAl8akins


w.. ,;f rIA';!.j' Common and r'-; : pineapple] plants.] But owing pooplo if] when to objoct the the to trouble pods growing show] of signs a/harvesting.bean of turning crop- THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM CD

( Forty acres to select fioin. Lemon and
yellow the vines
'
cut and
are thrown
I; I! '. '; oilier citrus trees.
j' in windrows and put In small shocks the ..
1: ,i t l JAMES HOI.MKH: same evening and next day hauled to the Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.

f Jensen, Fla. bam, and laid where they can be turned
j" over once or twice to prevent heating, LAW LOANS, REAL ESTATE.We .
."II 11)) I I\yl\ For Charter. and threshed out at the fil'stoPPol'tunlty ,
-- beans will be found a very profitable
d 1
1t: '! The fine ttloo] Yankee Dooillo be crop to make, and there Is this to be said
can BSGIJIUTEILY PDRE for sale a large list of
have
In its favor that
: they always leave the careful
: l : :''I., chartered by the day, week, or month; ]
1'I' soil better than It !got It, as being a keen --; ------
between
.j .inywbere Ormond and Miami selected Indian River Properties.
!
nitrogen/ hunter, the roots left In the = : ; ; 1------
;;r.' ,j. ''tfl 'flood accommodations for l.idies. For -Over 4,500 e nan strawberry plants I
'>I t' f',:!, further particulars] write to soil Is BO for much the more towards supply of have Just been planted by Mr. ()has. K. Fort first class shoemaking and repniring Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast If,,
I nitrogen! succeeding and the
CAPT. OEO. Cook crop call J. A. Washingtonavenue
: Kenyon at his place just outside town. on Daughtery
I and
Transportation Co.
i fr 1 it I H( Tltusvlllo, Fla. succosssul farmer of to-day has got to Titusville, Fla.. Shoes madeto Canal
.
look at those matters particularly, and ]
order In fine style.
i L.ANX
: grow crops In succession that will be all C.A.IV.A.L:: >S.
1 'J. I } :;!,)' ikili 'Strawberry Plants for Sale- the time bettering his soil; therefore, I Sailing Dates Changed.The .
would advise Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway
I: Cheap. all who can to grow beans aar- As an advertising medium, no Conn,
I i +', I ., \ I j' at least for one crop every now andthen. sailing dates of the steamer Cityof paper on the East Coast can beat the Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
Priced Lands
aE a Key West, running between Miami ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., and other Low

,:b E ,$ ,,I'' ":' I ,prime 8,000 condition.Newnan strawberry plants, infl C. K. MCQUARRIE. and Key West, have been changed as and be. convinced of the pink paper'sworth. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
I follows: Leave Miami at 5 a. m. every
r;1. rt : Inquire or address ADVOOATE office. Tuesday and Friday; and returning/ Titusville., Florida.
J\\ f"" : .r" TilE NATIONAL ELECTION. leave Went
Key and
1'.1' every Wednesday
I all kinds of
for
PAINTOFF
removing
t I, 111' RANGE,LEMON and .
GRAPE FRUIT NURSERY Saturday. ----;::
,,1'.1.1' I t ) O STOCK, and lluilwood. of leading paint from all kinds of surfaces with
[
varietlftn, Inoluclinif the famous' Along the East Coast. out burning. See' ad. on 2nd page.
/ fn""Pr.IO.
I /J I Hart's Turdlff Panon Brown ) Send for circulars toSOUTHEASTERN Fred S. Chaffee &C
e,", ''I j ) i"a It, and Villa Franca Leinonn; Mare, Seadleiu e Co ol
Co.
PAINTOFF ,
,
r .,, y f1' 11} Fomeloattheoldreliable Magnolia Nurfierlen. TlrUSVILI.K. j
\ .i1''! ARO can. fnrnlHh full line .ilnclduoiin stock St. Augustine, Fla., and Boston.
I : ![' Special rates freight given to point noutli. Everything passed off quietly, and
o' }/f h 4I; .I.1 J. W. & F. I>.WAITE good order prevailed throughout the
+ I day. The bank, postofflce and saloon] JEWELERS D FRED s. CHAFFEE, TITUSYILLE FLA
I t: J''R i,> novB-janB Jlellovlew, Fla. -Do you eVf'rCet/ chills and fever? ,
.
_
.i Jf,1./;( ..,' ,.Ii --- were the onlv places of himlnnna nlnaorl ESTABLISHED 1668. If so, try a bottle of Thomas' (Jack- Registered Pharmacist.
I -'- Both sound money men and; silver men I sonville) Florida Chill & Fever Tonic.
+: at first claimed a majority, but on count- JACKSONVILLE FLA. Guarantees to cure with one bottle. A Complete Assortment of
>II Ing the votes, It was seen that sound

i l Millinery was Messrs.' ahead Prltchard by eight votes.and Brown had a = }* PURE DRUGS and Druggists SUNK

wire laid into the Opera honse, where
:and DRESSMAKING., Mr. Brown read off the election results as -)9 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. 80-

quickly as they arrived, amidst great
..1.1l enthusiasm.The We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
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IS. Mi ADVOCATE correspondents We want your trade. Give us a trial
:
,l 1 ; ,frA.A ;. say 6awoyEll
+ DANY AN. III Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper School Supplies, Pcifumen
ih 1 The election off Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc. '
II III II passed very quietly. rr Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps.Groceries .
UgJ Bryan received 25 of the 20 votes cast.
t d II I d'iNlPlpl'' Sll' Davis received about the ame.o'or
bb? 'A II IIft County Commissioner, the vote stood 13

J I ,.d I .. to 11 in favor of Sharpe. THE ,BEST LIQUORS for the Least Money.SoXloltocS. E Lee :c Y,


MALA1IAH. Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
I The election was very quiet and peace Jug Trade : : .. Hay, r,

ful. The vote stands thus: Republican Ryean.iCorn, per gal...............* laplup/ Iroquois. Rye per gal............. 6.00 I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
electors, lit votes. Representativeand Tom A IIollanlt. Gin.... ...,., 1.50 up Callfornl i Winer, Catawhn, Fort,
13 Cognac, Blackberry Peach and Sherry Claret and Angelica..... 1./11I\\1'/
electors congressman,and votes.Sewall)Democratic Apple Brandies........... ......... 1.11I1'/ Bottledfieerperdoa, ,........... 1.00 up Staple: Ac: S *inoy GTroeeriew! Frni
(Bryan (6 votes. Sioux R7e per l1al.: .......'......... 3H( Imp.Sherries, per gal.......... 4,00 to 6.1") ProductsOf
Congressman, Robert Davis{ 0 vote ttolden Crown Rye per gal.,....... 400) Imp. Oporto Port, per gnl......",1"'to 6.00 And Food
Side election, county commissioner, was: Shawnee Rye, per gal............... 0.00 Imported Gins, per gal..........4.00 to 8.00 All Kinds. Also My Stock of
C. A. Smith, 10 votes; John Houston, Fine Imported and Key West cigars and tobaccos. Cigars $1.50 per 100
3 votes, which serves to show the peo- and upwards. Send money with all orders. All jugs 15c. per gal. extra. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,,
t ple's choice. Will mall list All orders will be boxed
ft complete price on application. Ground Food and Wheat.I .
i,1; when desired without extra charge. Send for price list. In the above line
am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively
Mail orders solicited Satisfaction COURTENAY. J. H. MARTIN 34 & 36 W. Bay St., Good I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and sol

I P e -guaranteed. Our election passed off very quietly JACKSONVILLE, FLQRIDA. your patronage. Very truly
1 here on the 3rd. The votes for County m. L. EJEI..A.DY.

,;il Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, Commissioner McMillan. were 24 for Sharpe and 7 and Jobber wine trade.of all kinds of Liquors, Wines and Beers known to the spirit

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/ was very quiet at this place, with Ooooa. Florida: ,
t BKANS. little excitement over the election. The NewSelden
fI C DEALER INWood ........

1 i Ili DEFuNIAK SPRINGS, Fr.A. STUART.

I, This precinct polled 14 democratic and and Metalli
lk :Editor.Idvocate.
,la : Door
5 republican votes Everything quiet, Cypress Company
I have often thought and I know it to and people in a good humor., ,
i r k .bo a fact, that If the Southern farmer Coffins and Casket
A'' y who grows bean crop would use a little
= :PALATKA FL.A.
more potash in the fertilizer that he puts EAU OALLIK. ,
t ? all .on this crop the returns would bo a good Election day passed off very quietly] Opened October let, 1800, turned the steam on .to
/ 3oal more satisfactory.l the town presenting almost a Sunday Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets., This department is tit
1"i I -la growing beans it is advisable If post appearance, excepting for the stores being One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Blind der the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using tl
1 11I }i1 i Bible to have the crops follow a root ; open. A light vote was oast, 73 most improved methods of embalming.. All orders<< by mall or wire receive prom!;
{ crop or at least a previously well-fer voting out of a registration of 108, attention. EDWARD STILING,
ti and General Wood Plants in the United States.
tilized and cultivated crop, and one kept Working Cocoa, Indian River, FU.
I # clean from woods. If a fall crops la FORT
'f -wanted, the land where the early Sweet PIKUCK.!: And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight;
j a Potatoes were, will be the most suitable, I The election passed off very quietly, years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best
;1 4 as It had been well fertilized for the potatoes the count being close on both sides. possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover THE DECANTER.
ke F ;l 't l and left In first class physical condition Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings\ Frames, Hot-house"" Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.
t ii l and rich In decayed vegetable mat- WEST PALM BRACK.
tor; and as a rule this fall crop will The day was a quiet one. Trouble Losley & :Renaker
; prove most satisfactory one, DIt in the was anticipated, but did not occur. ,
.+. $ planting( time (early in August in this Much rain interfered with voting. The Phoenix The St. Augustine Cycle Go.
1 latitude the soil l is and moist Foreign and Domestic Brands Wbls>Ja
) warm crowd was orderly, but earnest. More' of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and
T and in the condition that Insures a than 340) votes were cast, an Increase of Union
Bottled
speedy germination) of the need, whereas Beers, Ales and Stout.
nearly :30 over In October poll. The Has the best line of wheels
I 1 ; .in the early Spring the ol1l Is apt to be Republicans won by a large majority, = Diamond A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Table,

I r l too cold and the seed don't germinate and ore ;jubilant. and sundries in the state. All Family and hotel trade l Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given t(> "j*|
'
1 r I t .rapidly and is apt to rot, for of all seed .a;3;I Excels : orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER,Titusville,
the beau la the most particular as to Its Kinds of bicycle repair work
:' oed bed at planting time and of all KEY WEST. -- -
J f i crops that want a good end off at ttuttowlu'ds The day passed quietly. The Democratic and other Ladies done. .
neatly Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and, International ExpoaitloDiAtlanta '
4 successful
; a Issue the bean is workers were not active, and alight
,
I ; the one that wants to be carefully looked vote was polled. The Republicans and Gents In Stock. F. W. BEERS, Prop. Ia.,1895.
,'i .Ctor. And there are very few crops claim the country by a small majority.
1 //J; i that will repay nil better for labor and The total vote of the five precincts is -- --- THEG.H. HAMMOND COMPANY
r money Invented In Fertlllzeis If It gets 803. At the October election It was GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.
the proper care and attention. Some of 1,OS\\). ,
J, the Dutch farmers Pennsylvania have _-
l MARX ::8:8: <>5.9
; l H i grown wealthy on no other but LA ORANGE.
+ buans. This fact Is well crocs the PORK AND BEEF
.II Wholesale Dealers In PRODDCTS.
The election has -
and
I l ( b I large dwelling houses and fl'oven kept and come gone; and
j thrifty of all their surround LaGrange cast 48: straight democratic Fruit and :
appearance votes out of 02. Groceries: : \ : Produce.:
ings. The same can be said of certain IIammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago,H:
131 sail 133 Kat Hay Street and 93 and 95 JJewnnn Street,
I
tl 'I 4 ands parts: of of Michigan\acres yearly, where devoted there are to thous beans CANAVERAL. JaoJ.E..soD.'V'l.11e. : I F1oxl.d.a.ONE : Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, FU.

1, and nothing clan And the Southern Nothing of note to communicate respecting
..States are better adapted both by soil election day. Bryan and Sewall OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies.
I .And climate than either of those mentioned electors] received 11 votes, Palmer and

r to grow large bean crops. In Buckner, 2; McKlnley.and Hobart, 8; 'VV'rl.1ie: : "1.18 :xor :hr1ael:
t fact, there U no part of Uncle Sam's Levering and Johnson, 1; Davis,"; Am TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have in the way of Fruit and
wide domain more suitable than our bIer, 21; Stripling! tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes Cow
tl warm sandy soils of the Gulf States and Pea Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.

l r f,M f South come Atlantic ti> the ferUling seaboard question states. ,But beans to MKLI1OURNE: MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. LANDS for Lemons Grape Fruit & Pineapple

should be planted In rows three and a Polled S3: votes for McKinley: 14 for ,
it half feet apart 80 as to be easy of cultic Bryan;and 3 for Palmer. Davis received IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES, FLORIDA.In .

t vation. It the soil is very sandy the 14 votes;Ambler] 3; Stripling. 31; and HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ?
ill i fertilizer and well had mixed better with be put the In soil the\ before furrow Spencer, 2. order to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits In the Counties named, the

i 5 ,planting. If the soil\ Is somewhat stiff FLORIDA 'EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. win for the next 9 months, male a adaction 16 R
.1 'would scatter it broadcast and work.it LaGrange. If not, don't you think you ought to have one ? I have got the Five Minute
lj well Into the soil, either by harrowing White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, at the following prices, viz : of Twenty-five Per Cent on Price of Its Lands in Above Counties,
fine tooth cultivator
or running a over It. .
!
t If our crop Is snap-beans to Garden planting l Is the order of the day. 1 quart at. .. .... .. . .. .. .... ... ... ... ... ... ,* 1.30 each. For terms and OR UNTIL DECEMBER 15th, l l&f 1Jtt: )
Prices
,( +, the green itate, half a ton of fertilizer :3 quart at. ., ... ... .... .. .. .. .... .. ... .. .. ., .. .. 1.60/ each. D. apply to F1:1.
? .containing from ten to twelve per cent Prof. D. W. Compton is adding scholars 3 quart at. .. ... ... ... .. ..... .... .. ... ... ... 1.80 each. W.C. SUTTON or W. R. MOSES West Palm Beach, :
+ l of potash and eight to ten per cent of to his school dally. 4 quart at.. ... ... .. .. .. ..... .. .... ... ..... .. .. 2.20 each. F. S.C. VALENTINE, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
'i I j" phosphoric acid U none too much as B. J. Mlms and family spent a pleas- These prices are only good until the stock is exhausted. Keep your eye on MORSE, Miami, Fla. or to
2+t we want the loll to be very rich; In met, ant day among friends here, on Sunday.W. this Bargain Column. JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land CommUsioner u
we want to give it all It can easily asstmIUte. AUGUSTINE, F
ST.
This heavy with T. Avera and family of South
fertilizing -
s care and attention, and judicious proper cultivation Lake, have joined the Sabbath school THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
here.
during the ,
growing period, will I
t be sure to be well rewarded by a bountl- Rev. B. A. Geiger preached an able THE JOHNSON CO.
i i i fill crop, and we can be sure of M good sermon to a crowded house here twiceon Made for Sandy Soil Baring 3-incli Tread * LAW ,
1, uuany pickings from each vine. It l le notrjbdfinable Sunday.
to have much nitrogen for this Electrical: and
FOR SALE BY SIPPUeSMANUFACTURERS'AOZwr
Mesdames R. C. and O. Machinery
r Ii crop, but if at the start of the plants Scrtmgeour W. -
Scoble, of Titusville, were at Sabbath
they look unthrifty, a little nitrate of
e soda broadcast and worked Into the loll school, Sunday. EDWARD STILING.....:..... ...... ..... ........ .. FOB

at the first cultivation will help them The Item In the ADVOCATE of the 33rd High Grade Machinery. Card Electrical Eddy Dtortllll
4 1 wonderfully. ult. should have read : Come out Bro. The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. =:Okha y ff:; Generators, WaneD Altrenator, 1I0rDsblACkrold: oil Apparatus engines,,Hone: \'
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Jro
Garden Co.
+I' In growing beans to be used In the Chappell, with the finishing touches of Eleyatora. SPECIALTIES: : EI..trlc Dental aw" .
. 1( dry state, such as the Navy bean of commerce the Ives places, and you will be one of rows suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-In. tread; A size largersuitable Clad.meet,Slow modem speed Hultlpollw Jlocon for heavl.aa Few.. fMrt.0r7work llewta maebf1DOtorIt, Improved'._e nuvaf
1''s1 we don't require the loll to be so the first having orange groves nice and for Pineapple Plantations, 0-ln. tread. r. .0 d..lga. and_eruetloa. I'ally guaranteed and prices richl. rte

i vwell fertilized, as they will only be re cle.-in. COCOA, Indian River, FLORIDA. Salesroom BISHOP'",Hunger.Tonyth,Repair JACKSONVILLE,
Shop,vat Main St.

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