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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 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
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System ID: UF00079909:00052
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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01. :13. No. 14. TITUSVILLE, FT .A., FRIDAY, NOV. 13, 1896. Prue.5e'. ,

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LOCAL NEWS Tall Mesdames R. A. Hardee and Geo. B. Rend Till Column Carefully. -Mr: E. L. Brady spent a' couple 1>l Elected to the,Sertulte. I ffi GIVE THE "ASVOOATK": AfA1JVT : J

of Sebastian, paid Cocoa a visit on days at Miami this week. : :; It la OoodJ Advertising Medium -

U Topics of General Interest. Monday.Dr. LorAt. ADVTH. Ten" Cents Per Line, Per fur thane who want to increase
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C. P. Platts and wife, of Fort Week, on this (front) page. -Father O'Boyle has been upending* a In the recent election, Mr. Dwight W.. Itlteltrbnsinoss.11OT1:1.I I II
few In this week.
days St.
Pierce, paid St. Augustine a visit this Augustine Tuttloj of New LTjweu, Conn., wit*

In connection week. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will bald elected to tho state sonata by a majority
I
|1.1' and General Gossip CHRISTMAS: TOYS. Mrs. Helnn. W. ., N4t>'!CUS...
divine service Eau Gnlllo oh of / out of a total vote of 111,1141\< j
lake Worth Indian at Sunday 2,570
IIh BUosyne. Bay. -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton of Reynolds, Titusville" has ordered a big I _
and Halifax Risers, Key Went Canaveral have stock. Look out for them. next, the I5th inst., at 10'tO) : a. m. a n l in several towns 111 but district! he nil i,
been
[angina other Important Point. along the of spending a couple 3:30: p. m. ahead of McKlnlay., Mr. Tuttle iii I Wnsric to stop. S eo. U..t. efi hotels. aowr 1 ,,
nil
nil : days or so In town this week. .
largely Interested In property In Tltas.villo 7th 'j
of ,
Florida. Brief mention page.Ibtniembor
Bunt Coast of Quite a pleasant HEAOQuAJlTEnR for Singer: sewing: ma- -Mr.\ Chas. W. Brownrlgg/ .I""tlnlr> Event from Various Part. company gatheredat stopped off here a couple of dayson TltiiHvllle/ :baa two hotel
chines. W. R. Knox TIUiHvllle. t fl "
I You Know the home of the Uev. W. C. Barnes agent, president of Tltusvllle Cemetery i
About People
World t his is to entertain" the
Eden. Mr
I the way to ItrowniCgg and wife Melbourne mil Canaveral flasher Improvement .
lid You Don't KnowPickedI on Saturday eve
People .
an expert yachtsman.Mr.
In Our Society Editor and a large Muff ning last. IIKK'S Root Beer-the great summer Motel Alcazar;! 8t..A4iK &f Ine, will open '

f I by com..P()n tonte scattered along thea4 ':" President Cleveland has issued a drink-at F. :S. Challee & Co's. Grotjan Ronald, one of Lotna UlU'rlt': 'tu- norrow (Sutmxliiy' ), under the unvii-
Florida. popular young men, has been spending 'n"ltmellt: of :Mr. JIIII.I'...fl l'el\\'oa..
Coast of proclamation the
|) appointing Thursday several in town this week acting -
days
20th of Nov., HmO( to be observed as a SIXORH machine attachments supplied It IK reported: that Messrs. Alnaley
lay of thanksgiving.Mr. by W. R. Knox, agent, Titusvlllo. \is juryman during the session of the Word canv' to the AnvnoATw: fchltt .Webster will nmniiK Hotel San Mar

JOB PRINTING at this office. County Court. week, that Mn., J. Francis Gore, ni ]1MIImore l- Augustine,, the caning easou.

H. P. Sharon, of New Haven, -The Rev. J. N. l\II1fortlI\Dl1 wife of had married Miss Augusta JVinon..
Conn., bas arrived at Rockledge, where 1 DON'T BUY CHRISTMAS TOYS until N. Y. Titusville of Chattanooga,. Tenn., on the -Ulk. hint,. Supt. A. M Taylor, manager: of tho
Troy passed through ,
I-Mr. L. C. Moore, of Roseland, spent he is getting his hotel in readiness for :. you have seen Mrs. Reynolds' stock Wednesday, route to their winter Tho bride !I... n very charming young {'lU\lnu! and klttliAiiUhs, Augustine,

Ifow hours In town on Monday. the opening. which will soon be on view at her store ,i home at Lake, en Worth. They are always lady, whom we bad the pIN ui>e oC has arrived,, mxl fa now gutting his department -

I Washington avenue, Tltusvllle. welcome visitors the East Const mooting,: thle-stunner; while tint groom. In onclur. i'
-Mr. Sylvan Hitching, a prominent -Miss Ladye Sklpwlth, of Nashville, to ,
|erchant of Sebastian, paid Tltusvllle atort Tenn., stopped over here from Tuesday where they have many friends.A with whom we are also acquainted l n The IfollQt Inn, Daytona, under the 5

visit on Monday. until Wednesday, on her wav to Sebastian .JUST RECEIVED from New York a letter to the ADVOCATE: from Dr. young maul raan of good business ehanu'Ur.qimlUlcn-The IIIl\ul\J.temI\1I..t. Mr.: Orange Howes, will 'J
where she will teach school. fresh stock of Currants, Dried and ions exemplary probably ujiut next week. As a fattier ,j''
I-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and T. Howard Knight, who is now nt Nice, ADVOCATE: joins with thohnpppcouple's. to the "
gomutiitl public MB. Howell bears
Evaporated Apples fresh Prunes (n ,
ll.imlo\ Walton spent from Saturday urill -The Canaveral Club's steamer, Canaveral France' says : .AIIVOCATR ranchos many friends In wishing tho,uv, n long good replI.tu.tloli. *
Evaporated Penclies Citron etc. at I IAtteltt.J..I"
I Monday with friends at Melbourne. undergoing a thorough overhaul us regularly each week and I am glad lifo connubial bliss and prosperity.lur .
& Yates
1 of Rockledge preparatory to being put in commission Dickey Titusville. to learn business along the East Coast is drawn to the sxlvt. of -t ii I

-Mr. Joe Wilkinson, for the use of the Club's mem- ocomlng more prosperous. Florida Hotel Otuuolly, Miami, on our 9th page./ .
\e been spending a few days with his bers. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING at seems to bo progressing; generally, and I fiHse of the Tortwgus. This hu.ll.lll1 quite new with all modern '!: ,'

end!, :Mr. Alex Goode, of Melbourne. Mrs. H. W. Reynolds', Titusvlllo.! shall be glad to see It again. We have Improvements, and I III said to. be ono of l:'
la returned home on Monday.Mr. -Mr. Dumond P.'MerwIn of Milford I
had a very cool and pleasant summer Capt. Roy T. McFadden of Melbourne, 1 the poyulnr hotel\ on Day Dlsel\1ftt' I I

I- and Mrs. W. H. Harris, of Eden, Conn., eldest son of Mr. Wm. Merwin, LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SKIRTS, well over here. We have visited a number of 'passed through Tltusvlli on Saturday : ,' :
Iho have been spending the summer in one of Kockledge's prominent winter made, and in every other respect very places with whIch myself and wife were lust en route home from Jacksonville Mr and Mrs F. R. RemHngor And Mr. 1

[anesvllle, 0., returned home on Mon- residents, has just been elected representative desirable, at prices less than the cost familiar In former years, and some that lie informed an AI VOCAT reporter that Frrtn.lt Dodd nro again I* St. Au u.tlno. i

Liy, looking remarkably well in health., for Milford. of the material contained them, can were new to us. This section of France he had purchased froiu.. Captain Myers' Mr. Ketnlluger I la Supt. ..not.t'" chief

-Quite a number of young folks attended be purchased: atJulius -with which you are, no doubt, fainlU the schooner Tortugait. Her tonnage Is bookkeeper, and Mr. Dodd I, In charge of ''1

-The Epworth League will give; a : the dance at the Indian River Kline's, Tltusvllle. ar-reminds< ua, I Ip Its climate, very H-2.20 length, 81.3ft.; beam, 2:1.7: and tlu warehouses of the i'lO&'kllEm..' Coust I

kipper in the Serimgeour building, hotel on Tuesday evening. It was much of Florida at this time of year. depth of hold, 0.2. She In to be hauled Hotel :System 1
the Inst. for the
uesday of evening the Methodist, 17th Sunday, school rather too warm for dancing, but still it CHRISTMAS IS COMING and so is a big We hope to be In Florida ere long.: Dr. on the ways In Jacksonville to undergo Room Clerk A. S. Loomis who hUll '

jeneflt Christmas\ tree. was continued until eleveu o'clock p. m. stock of Toys-at Mrs. II. W. Reynolds night was assisting Dr. Worley, In St. repairs, after which she will leave for :St. been spending the Bummer at Hotel 'I'

store, Titusvillo. Augustine, last winter, and made many Augustine to take on n oargd of lumber Grand, Muoktuao Island, Mich., I I. expected -
of the trees In the vicinIty
-Mr. Willis M. Myers who Is on the -Many of Palatka have pear on them an abundant- friends while in the Ancient Citlo. provisions, etc., fur the Bahamas. Capt. to arrive at The Alcasar to-day. 'I

terary staff of that popular Dade McFadden Informs UK that the Tortu t swill Ills many friend In the Ancient ClUe i
!
of fruit which If the weather TOYS TOYS I 11 I TOYS !III I 1 Mrs. II. W. ;
,
unty the Lake Worth News, re- crop young of Miss Knima P. lirlt- between :St. Augustine nod the will him welcome. I
paper, continues mild, will come to maturIty Reynolds, Tltusvllle, will have a big Marriage ply' no doubt give a glad j jMr.
urnea to West Palm Beach Saturdayt Islands.
Bahama
t, after paying Jacksonville,a visit. before Christmas, thus making the supply for Christmas taut to Mr. E. S. Moore.A and ,Mrs. Harvey Tomllnson have ''t ,

second crop from the same trees this taken cottage nn Marino street, St.
-The members of the Titusville DICKEY & YATES Titusville on to which have :'
year. will took in Senator Indian Itiver. Augustine, place they removed I
own Council have appointed Mr. J. A open their Meat Market on Monday, very pretty wedding place their furniture from Orniond. i
ftif As the election Is now over and Jacksonville Tuesday afternoon the -
llappersette to the office of collector for Nov. Kith. ,
They have secured the Mr. Tomltnson wa In the employ of Mr. 11
Ihe town of Tltusvllle, vice L. T. Coodey, everything Is settling down to a solid services of one of the most experienced contracting parties being Miss Emma P.Brlttain 1 Senator M. S. Quay and his two sons, II. M. Klagler for eight yearn, and last .' M
and basis we would be gladIf and Mr. S. Moore. The
'eslgned.I prosperous meat cutters in the state. Egbert Messrs. A. C. Quay and It. R Quay; also winter he was steward of the Royal ;
our subscribers would examine the ceremony was performed at B:80: o'clock I the senator's brother, Mr. .1. A. Quay, Palm '
Volnclnna Beach.
I [ Forrest Lake, who has been name-and-date slip, pasted upon their at the homo of the bride's parents, Mr and /Senator Morlnk, of Pennsylvania, ,

feinted mayor of Sanford four years in paper or wrapper weekly. Remittances MATTINGS, MILLINERY, SHOES.GARDNKK and Mrs. Geo. M. Brlttain, In East Jack passed through 1'ltulIVlllt't Monday, in Goo. G. Glonson of Hotel Granada, 'a 1j

accession, Is stopping at the Indian are now in order. & WALK UK. sonville. The nuptial knot was tied by the senator' private oar, Mayflower, en Eau lallie, has purchased the launch '

:liver hotel to-day. He is of Rev. W. R. Wei lor rector of !St. Wanderer of John McAllister and will
a partner -Dr. W. L. IIughlett, of Cocoa, wentto : Stephn route to St. Litcle, where they will prob- '1
Mr. S. N. Gladwin in the Miami Ice St. Augustine, Monday, for the purr JULIUS KLINE, Titusvillo, hall one of church, In the bay window under a ably remain about three week, enjoying take It out on Lake Washington for the

Factory. pose of having Dr. Worley assist him in the finest stocks of Ladles', Gents and handsome wedding bell of white chrysanthemums themselves fishing\ and hunting, and use of fishing parties this winter. Title

-Mr. E. P. Wright wife and daughter, making: a surgical operation upon a wen Children's Shoes In the state. It will which hung from an arch taking a rust lifter thu' routmt political opportunity of enjoying a luxurious

lira. II. C. Kirley, prominent residents on the neck of Mr. Sam O'Brien, of certainly be to the Interest of those of white trumpet flowers. On either campaign. MessrH K. U. Gunby, of day' sport will, no doubt, meet with

'f f Cleveland, 0., are spending the wintert Cocoa. The doctor and his patient returned needing anything In this line to examine side" of the bell wore the Initials, "M. Tampa; and W. W. Russell, of CinclnnatiiH duo Appreciation.

Melbourne, whero they have already ; home on Tuesday, the operation this elegant assortment before. he'd U.' formed of yellow chrysanthemums, Farms, were also In the party. Mr. C. D. Knott, !general:
purchasing elsewhere. together!: with white satin ribbons. Mr. Geo. 1\1. Bobbins, one of our prominent lIuferlntenll-
received much benefit to their health. having been performed very successfully ent of the Florida< East (. -
Mr. and Mrs. Moore
were accompanied attorneys, and the ADVOCATE editor -
-The service of the Cincinnati and Business throughout the state Is DE TISTRY.-I will visit' Tltusvllle by many of their friends to the weinvited on board the senator'scur tem, accompanied by Mrs. Knott, Master
Arthur and Miss G. Knott arrived In St.
'lorida limited train over the Florida becoming better already. The Wilson from November 23rd: to the 28th 18IH1.{ depot, en route to Montlcello the homeof to drink tho health of tho president Augustlnu: on (Sunday Mr. Knott lost
'entral and Peninsular Railroad was l/'ypress Co., of Palatka, which has been Those wishing services should call the groom, ou n honeymoon trip. elect. !
my time In attending to business for
umed Sunday the first train leaving shut down for several months, has started They will reside with the bride's no on
at once, or write me at :Sanford for parents :Senator Quay Is always welcome Monday ho visited Ormond, to confer
Jacksonville at 6:41 p. m. ; the mills again, employing about advice. Rooms at Indian River hotel, on East Adams street on their return visitor to In 100 hands. The force will soon be In- from Monticello.
-Capt. J. B. Garland In his trim- while In Tltusvllle. and Republican gladly welcome tigers of Hotel Ormond, and the follow-
creased and will work night and day. The bride In the of
nuking yacht Alva,' has been ,lying off D. A. THOMAHOX, granddaughter him to the East Coat ing day he passed through Tltusvllle, on
Capt. J. II. :Smith of Tltusvllle whore
the Indian River hotel several days -Writing us from Jacksonville, a Sanford, Fla. his WRY to Palm Beach and Miami. Mr.
she Is well known visited her
this week. Capt. Garland has done valued subscriber-Mrs. C. P. Eacott- having ABOUT OUR SCHOOLS. Arthur Marsh, cashier of Hotel Aloaznr,

onaiderable cruising along the East and says: "We certainly enjoy reading the MEN'S PANTS, WINDOW SHADES: grandfather some time ago. accompanied Mr. Knott on his tour of

West coast of Florida. ADVOCATE, and if well wishes bring: success just received. GAKDXKK& WALKKII.Mr. Inspection.

then may you have an abundance Democratic Executive Committee. The member of Urevard Co. School
ivea-Mrs. J. Y. Miller and little girl ar- of It.Ve are glad to see the pink paperso -- -. -. .--- -.- Hoard, at their last meeting Titusville, IIOTKLS POIXCIAWA' AND INN.-MANAar.ilBTKIUiV'S :
In town, Monday, much to the joy sound the teachers' salary for the first
' Mr. firmly supporting money. J. J. of paid COUP Or ASSISTANT
Miller Point
City
/ of the Titusville
Tanning was
Mrs. Eacott was formerly a resident of Joynerl month and also bill for repairs, etc.
extract: Co., who has been expecting a plesant s office on Tuesday.Mr. All a great many of our readers take
hem for some time Mr. Miller's Tftusville, in which place she still takesa A meeting of the above board was Mr. W. R. Knox was appointed super.visor an interest In the affair of the palatial
past. deal of interest.Mr. R. C. Creech, of Banyan held call of Titimvllle
laughters will gave pursuant to on Tuesday, the hotel of the East Coast, we
probably be here shortly may say
the ADVOCATE office ordered that Hchool-houso bo
It n
a pleasant call on 10th Inst., with the following member was
that the have been
A. Ulldreth\ of Columbus, 0., a following appointedto
-President Jas. Prltchard, of the well known winter visitor to Indian River Wednesday.One' present: Tho Johnson, chairman; M. erected at Bovine. The County Superln.tendent assist Mr. Fred Slurry the coming season

Indian! River State Bank, left here on passed through Titusville, Saturdaylast of the popular conductors of :1. Sams, treasurer; Albert MathU, R. C. made a report as to the condi- :

\ednesday for a few weeks' vacation In en route to his place at Indlanola. the Fla. East Coast Line-E. Steln- Creech; N. N. Penny, secretary. tion of Brovard schools. The report Hotel Royal Polnclana.. O. McLaughlin -
dew York. He has been closely confined On motion; tho committee for 20 white schools show B40 pupils on
who well hauser called from Fort Pierce proceeded cashier F. E. Allen assistant
Mr. nildreth- was looking as -was to ; ,
to business In the bank for to the the side the roll; six negro school. 140. The '!
votes at
some canvass cast
cashier Krod C. the
be Jacksonville on Monday last formerly
to ;
and smart as ever-appeared quite owing to
time i have with larger number -
past, and belives a spell of cool election on Nov. :'ird. schools opened a / and
delighted over the fact that McKinley the serious Illness of his wife. Tampa Busy hotel, for the past three
weather and the change otherwise will the On motion, It wan resolved that this of pupils than usual, and the general of Hotel Majestic Now York will
had been elected to presidency. lie ,
be beneficial -Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Baldwin of the teacher U that tho years
to his health. said that better times would now soon of New committee recommend J. Mendel'to be report pupils tie room clerk'; 1' N. Quinlan, of the
-Danker Haven, Conn., passed through here, appointed County Commlsnlouer for the have taken up their studies with very United State hotel, Saratoga will be
W. M. Brown returned from be here.A .
loss for the vacation. Title
to little long
Wednesday, en route their winter 1st district. formerly
Miami steward C. H. of the
Booker
here on Tuesday for and expects to remain short visit of the editor of this pa- homo at Rockledgo. They expected to Resolved, that the election In the 2nd certainly speak well fur the work of the St. Janice; hotel, Jacksonville, will behead

some time now. He was per to Melbourne, the first of the week, arrive on Indian River the end of last precinct be thrown out entirely for not teacher taut term. waiter; Air. E. Green I III to be the "

Rev accompanied W. D- to Tltusvllle by his friend, showed us that that pretty little town is week, but were delayed.A Following the Instructions of the Execu- Of the :'M white teacher employed so housekeeper James Long will be head .
;
Coleman of Utica N. Y.
jr., still forging ahead. The streets are be- tive Committee In holding side election far, 26 are citizen of Hrevunl county.
who ,
has and wine and have of his department
been on a vteit to Miami hunting: party composed of man, charge
cleaned and made neat and orderly and that N. N. I III elected but declines Five non-reMldent have taught one or
; Penny
log
leaves here to-day for Macon Ga. Mr. Messri') H. E. liugfieo, of St. Augustine! In the Poinciana and Inn; and
; tin All of the
In
lawns attached term county.
are well kept the the nomination therefore this more
Coleman spent some time at this place gardens J. M. Porter, of New St. Augustine; and ; the hood bellman will be Walter Harrl.
teacher have made special preparation
and
last winter, and made friends.Mr. to Hotels Melbourne, Carleton R. W. Rhodes and Zeko Renaker, of committee recommend J. It. Walker formerly of the Lakewood, N. J.
many Bellevue are certainly a credit to the for Commissioner for the 2nd for teaching.:
County :
Titusville left here John Cousv will be chef at the
Tuesday Royal
morning
Several school could not be opened In
H. Graham Branscombe and town; and on the whole Melbourne leon district.
for the of bagging Poinciana. For nine he wa chef
purpose ,some quail. year
his! sister, Mis Bianca Branscombe, of the road to become quite a prosperous Resolved, that this committee throw : October local condition affecting them. for the Windsor New York, and for the
..
Miami, were In Titusville, Saturday last, and favorite resort for winter resi ,I out the election In precincts 8.and 4 for Two teacher engaged for this term failed past live year at the Lakewood New
,
on their way home. They bad been on dents. Her people-as of old-are quite II I CLOTHING of all descriptions, of the the same reason all In No.2, and this to keep their engagement. Of these Jersey. "

a yachting trip as far a* Daytona, In the hospitable, and the ADVOCATE returns Latest and Best Style, suitable foi committee recommend W II. Sharpe delayed Canaveral and Courtenay are The Inn.-II. W. Searle will occupy

yacht Thistle, and on their return to TI- thanks for the many courtesies extendedto Gents and Boys, and at price that for County Commissioner for districtNo. now In session, while Sebutlon school the position of cashier; George P. Kef-
tusville left the the train her representatives.A the 8. will. probnby open this week. The bal-
to
yacht taking are sure please Intending buyer, soy for the pat 10 year room clerk at
for home. Mr. Bra'nscombe own 25 letter to the ADVOCATE from that can be found at the well known store Resolved, that the election held In ance of the school will be opened all the West End, Long Branch, will occupy
acres of land which he Is'' Julius Kline Eau Gallle Malabar and Sebastian be soon tat County Supt. Sam can make
near Miami talented authoress Mrs. Caroline Wash- of Titusvillo. Down a similar position at the Inn; :T. Murphy,
about to plant In river resident should thrown out for not following\ the rule satisfactory arrangement, all we understand liew
grapefruit, etc. burn Rockwood, of New York, who has give us a call. he ha spared no effort to try and formerly of the Lakewood Jersey,
of the Executive!: Committee In
/rMv' VT. T. Wells and other resident been spending several week very pleasantly side election and the committee holding get the school opened In proper time: will be steward; Robt. Smith, Mr. FrSterry'
Melbourne the East Coast with her daughter recommend present head waiter, will nil a
the Notice.We
are agitating question on The school book are now furnUhed
Chan. A. Smith for Commissioner
of making she will leave Jacksonville tomorrow County like position at the Inn; the housekeeper
shell road between Melbourne
say for the 4th district. free, being loaned to the pupil While
J>> and Eau Gallle which la certalnJ (Saturday) for New York aftera the amount required exceed the estimate i -Mr*. Sullivan-I* from the United *
Resolved that this
committee
expect to have the largest and recom-
J a move in the direction. Mr. enchanting trip along the East that State hotel, Saratoga.
W' right very it has developed the fact
". best stock of holiday good. ever carriedin mend John R. Waller for County Commissioner -
hw Rockwood
Purchased 174 of land In Coast of Florida. Mrs. says
acres Titusville. We have been enabled to from the nth district. there wa a greater need for this action
elbourne which he isabout to lay out she will not forget to mention Titusville the of the Board than wa at
and No other business before the on part Grapple Dredges
for building bay very cheaply, expect to give our coming
Romance
"Eat Coast
work ,
Mr. in her new ,
PnfPO", farming etc. first thought to exlt.
and Mrs. Well of which ha been promised the customer the advantage of toe low committee It adjourned, subject to call
fine residence have already had a very a copy The above ladle have price Call and examine what ha of chairman.N. For canal work clearing swamp etc..
and ADVOCATE.
erected the bluff
the on this coaat. already arrived In this line-It will be N. rEfr:' THO JOIISHOW' half yard to desired, which
friend
grounds of along A YATES
; around same are undergoing made a host DICKEY Tltucvllle. are constantly operation
onaiderable Improvement. Mrs and Miss Rockwood have been the are to please you. Secretary. Chairman. receiving New Good, Fresh Address In and low In price. or
FRED. 8. CHAFFKE A Co. EDMUND M. Iv wn, I.,
St.
guest of Mis Anna McKay, Aug- and nice. Give them a trial. .

\aw LaE ustine, during the past two week FRESH No. 3 Mackerel at Dickey A 0.25-11.2 Chattanooga, Tenn. ',I'
of Walking Hat Popular
Prices. Mrs B. W. ReJDolda Tltu- DICKEY A YATES, TUncvllle. handle Yates, Avera stand, Tltucvllle. For Sale Cheap.

Yllle Fla DICKEY 4 YATES have Hog-and-Hom- nothing In Butter except the Beat Furnished Rooms to Rent. /

Iny In cap*. fall Creamery.Bones. Cedar lag Wanted. Two line pool and one billiard table; -

For Flrat-claM -, all complete. For particulars write to Three furnished room to rent. ,Applr ,
1
Orange For Rent Wanted. I will pay each for first quality lop J. B. TOOMI, at the Ray Cottage Tltnvllle Fla

Lemon and Grapefruit Tree., order that will\ Kioare 10 inches up; length, Jaokonvlll, Fla.

from BO- IL WBlGRT, Store Building and Fixtures; central Save your bone and send them to the 7ft. np. Addre: Traffic Manager Beokwltb,' of HM

Sole owner and manager of Orlando location on river front. Address: Jacksonville Fertiliser Co., South Jacksonville GBBABD: II. AJTDEMO, GO TO DICKEY A YATES, Tltuvlll, Eat Coast Line, returned to St. Augustine .

Nurseries, Orlando, Fla. Box 143, Daytona, Fla. Fla. Will pay each for them. U-3t botttb Jacksonville, Fla for fresh Pickled Pig feet. Monday, from a trip to the Keys,


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.: ';4.t y INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 13 1800.it .

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M1 "1' I; ,,;rl'" cling men on the East Coast. He reports Whiskers! that are prematurely grayor A drawing of Michael Angelo realized Florida East Coast

; an .D.,increase In trade since the faded .should be colored to preventthe at a recent nale of a collection of Railway

'J; Cain't election,'.which goes to show that people look": of age, and Buckingham's Dye old masters formed by the late Earl of
excels 1
others In coloring brown or TUB
I Lave faith in the gold standard-like the black.In Warwick, the sum of $7,000. FOHMKIILY

1 ,I 1 I AUVOCAT.E.: JacKsonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway

I This Is the complaint of 80 successful was tIle last dance at the girls h are fond of "Turn the :rascals out"-the familiar Time Table In Effect June 15th, 18tH

thousands at this season. Eat cats marry early. party cry-may be applied to microbesas
Hotel Conolly., that another one .is talked
They have no appetite food well as to men. The germs of disease -- =--:
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}4r 'I ;. k does not relish. Theyi thetoningupof .f. !Iotel'Conolly Is the popular place The first English hymn book used In that lurk In the blood are "turned out" South Bound North Bound

\ : .I the which for young folks, and it can well be public worship was that compiled by by Ayer's Sarsaparilla as effectually as No. :NO87 :No. No. STATIONS. NU': No.
stomach and digestive organs, STATION8- 31. 2CIII 86 18. .
: iI'.t ,."!'I! termed the only first-class, homelike Isaac Wesley In the year 171;). the old poHtmastrs are displaced by anew . . No \ :: '
: a course of Hood's SarsaparllJa will giver LvJackronvllle, .. 915 a 7 f"P == Lv Miami. ... II 041 a m'i- ...2ArRt.
\ the hotel In Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Conolly administration. Au n.tlne. 11130 a 11211 p .... .... .. Lv Lemon (.lty.... ado a hi .
r; j'' rwM tbem. It also purlflen and enriches for the : Lv HtAIII/IIMtlne. 141311 a.. .. .... .... .. Lv Lauderdale 11117 a Ul S. Ia,
;. It.' blood, cures that distress after eating and alb ever.on the alert to please, and their the"Prepare best worst, but hope for Lv k; 1'alatkn; ... UlIa: .. .... .... . .. LvI.lntun.... ... 811:1: a In OAr U';h

4 .f internal .misery> only a dyspeptic can past kindness Is well known to a large health, says the old proverb Hope France produces about 12,000 metric -P5latkn- -... .. .. IIMIa-- -.... .... -..... -.. .. Lv il Palm Jleach.... si'll 1'111: a In. 1 III.
for but be prepared \ifor colds, 'Iter 111111&1
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i tons of lead annually but the consumption Lv..al..tkl. ... .. ..IOr.tl' LvTrn.olll; pm.
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t. ,,[p \ )know, creates an appetite, overcomes tbati number. It can be safely said that theirsaocessIs coughs croup, bronchitis, pneumonia or reaches 80,0i)0) tons. Ar Mateo>::::. 1 i '! :=-:::-:;: Lv Eden ::: :::::: 859 9 (14 : i 4)l l 3121.1 I .

i 't 1 tired feeling and builds np and sustains assured. any other throat or lung diinculty, by Lv Kiln Mateo. .Ill! u4) L. =: Lvjo'ortPlerce.... 941lam 1 : 32t 1 J,:

j. I nllr" ;: the whole physical system. It so prompt' having Ayef" Cherry Pectoral alwaysat Lv Ormond ... .. .. 1211I1 ... . -i.... ... .. ? . Lv Sebastian. ...... .039 a In . 'I' I
h'' !+ lyandemclentlyreUeveedyspeptiollymp- The regular sailing parties have begun. hand. It is prompt to act, and sure the Lv n..yton.. ... .. .. 1071' ... . .... ... . Lv ]toseland' 114-1 amI.v
i i ; Tlieoe parties were quite a to The whole story wonderfulcures port Oranle. 1t III .. . ........ .. ..? Lv Melbourne.....1123: am. ,. .. '
I 'i "i: toms and cores nervous headaches, that Iteetns rage cure. by Hood's Sarsaparilla is soon Lv New Rmvma.:. 1110 I' ... .. ...... .. ?? Lv Eau. Oallie. .... a is a m . .
t :" : to have almost'Ma magic touch." last winter and, in fact, much Interest told. It makes the'blood rich, pure and LvTlteville...... 2113 I' ........ .. .... .... .. .v toc ledge bt18 .. 'I .
:: 1 1 -FAITHFUL MEN OK LvCocoa. ,... .. .. 81 V .. .. .... . .. .. I.V ..... .... 1209pin( .
rCua.
',, I IiN was manifested in them by some Titus WANTED to travel for nourishing.,:: It cures scrofula, catarrh, Lv RockJe,11No, htls. .. . ... .. .. ..... Lv .. .... 125: V III I ILvEau
\ t vllle l people. The, sail, Saturday night, responsible rheumatism. Clalllo..... 03 I' ........ ..... .... Lv New Smyrna... 200 I' m' .. I .
( \I.f ; ; established house in Florida. Salary I.v Melbourne.... lj; I' .. .. ... ...... .. ...... Lv Port or..nge... 222 I' III .
((1 Hood'sSarsaparilla was very unfortunate from the fact that $780! and expenses. Position perman- Lv l'.1en4)1I .. . .. .. .. .... . .. LvUaytona..d... :l3JJ.tn.: : "' ,
u : I 1 ""t. 2:30 ent. Reference. Enclose nolf-nddreHHed Hood's Pills act harmoniously withlIooil's J.v .3 15T Pp ... ..... 410 a ...... Lv orm"amI.. "'''' 411 1 I' tn .. .
:j ':: : a. m. was the hour that the party Lv aM1 1'Tv .... .. 111111\1 .. .... L' East Palatka... p m., ..
4 f : : I fI returned' home. Two very pretty peoplewere stamped envelope The National, Star Sal'sallarll1Cure; all liver ills. Rubuxtlan..4: I' ....... .... 1\81 a ....... Ar HIm IIlateo .... 1ifI1ltn _
1'j! : rt! 11 11't d' Insurance Bldg., Chicago. 2.;> cents. l v Y7 I' ..... ... 07 a ..; Lv Ban Mateo .... 011 I' 111 :: ,:
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t' among the number, and it is understood Lv 30 ..I .. ...
I :! ;:: !: Arl'alatka.... .... ..9 -I-=-
: 'i.// ..... _. : .: : : :: 'n'';'; : / pniI -
; that "mamma" has shut down on ---------- -------- -- --- ------ -- L.V ,00 ,,,.
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Lv Llnton : ::: .:: 842 p ::::::::.114)8 i a :: :::: p : ...
,,1, )\ such things in the future. I will chron- Lv Ft Lauderdale, 035 p ........ 11M1 a I.. .... Ar .alatka./4, / p m .......I- -
\ ft'' ";L } a Isthebent (act the One True Blood Purilier.I' For Winter of 1897.: Lv Lemon City. .. 1020) p .... .... 3flO a.. .... Lv in p m 7 (oat,
.. isle all the pleasant sails and those who Ar Miami ... .. .. ,1(130p( .... .. 325 a .. .. Ar :ia p m aire..
d'I' ,, rt I'j+ are Uw best after-dli_ ;
enjoy them hereafter.Drs. .
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,I ", RwIi t ) hoods Pills pills, aid digestion. 2M. Trains 31, 32, S".and 78 between Jacksonville A.V.: BRANCH.
I" and Jimmie two Semin- Choice Budded Florida Grape Fruit and -
'. '1 } .. ) 9.I. 1 'uh.k .. Taggert Orange Augustine dally. :NORTH- BOVXli.
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Train 200 between Miami and Fort
' Pierce
'j --------- ------ -- ------ ole Indians, were in :Miami last week, STATIONS. 'N 2 -M1a -

I'' Miami. purchasing provisions. Among the and Lemon Trees. dally All other except trains Monday.south of St. Augustine dally Ar. Smyrna 1285/ 'B:inn 1 -

things they carried back to camp was a except Sunla, Y. .' Lake Orange Helen City 12 12&q Blip|> 4 33Np(:Kill, .

;,' The steamer City of Key West arrived, coffee mill, which will be used to grInd' 0 O. City Juno 13Ap/ 330)1)' .

t from Key West Sunday evening and departed corn into meal. This meal will be .disposed Strictly First-class and True to Name.Also SOUTH BOUND -

sU <-of among the Indians, thereby STATIONS. No 3 Xo.l 1 -
Ml i Tuesday. Peach, Plum and Pear Trees, Grafted Persimmons, Strawberry Plants, Roses, |X0
creating a trade among themselves. Lv New Smyrna Toflp' ply, -
> )1 r. II. Q, Itranscoiabe and MUs Brans- sack And In fact everything grown in a first-class Nursery.Write Lake Helen 2 1101'|' 10 /tan "
also of salt which
They bought a
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t 1 j j '', !?v combo alter a crulHo.au far as Titusvllleand for call Lv Ornate City 3 nip| 'I12'la! ., '
rar-: prices or on
Ar O. Juno.
r will be used to. salt down the 'gator City 3 06]> 11 iMIa(
!Ali; : Daytona have returned home. GEO. II. WRIGHT, Orlando, Fla
hides, which are continually caught by TI eRe Time Table ulinws! the times at which train may be expected to arrive and
II. C. SchruggH was the one who held the eier\l stations, but their arrival. times depart from
1 them In the Everglades. The red men or departure at the stated Is not fcnnrantveil
j i ,, as. ; 4.:>-tho successful number of Harry the Co many hold. itself rexponsible for any delay or any consequences arising then-form.nordi*
have Improved as to dress Heretofore, F. O. WILLIAMS.!" Att.( J. D. KAHJJKK.
r N Budge's bicycle which was raffled for they wore only ashirt, thus leaving their Stable Co. Tltiisville.\ Ass't Gen'l 1-asnenBfr Agent.

'' on Saturday. The whoa is a fine Col brown legs bare. Now, they generallywear Chickamauga
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$ umbia. puts and try In every way to

1 Mrs. II. M. Frltot and Mrs. J. A. de copy from their white brethren. They Lookout Mountain, The Tropical Trunk Line!

2 Iluantlvopromfoentdacksonvlllelalloe, copy after the white people In other

M i are guests of Hotel Conolly. :Mrs. Frl-! ways, and that is regarding "wyomle"- 'Phone 319.t Tennessee.Lula .

1 'I'' tot Is the mother of the purser of the I'I .water. Both the doctors were well Lake and I>ula Falls, Lookout Point, Point Park, Sunset Rock, Natural Jacksonville Tampa & Key West

r steamer City of Key West. stocked with this when they returnedto Bridge, Telephone Rock nock City and Village. Orders left at Lookout Inn will Railway,,
4 receive prompt attention. E. D. REES, Manager. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.
1 i 'v 1 $1,100 went off to Tampa not long ago( the 'Glades, and their "hlepus," or
departing was more than a happy
,I with Instructions to place all on Mc- cl'Y. SOUTH SOUTH-
one. Time Table in Effect July ttO/: ,'00.
Kinley. The bettors are well known No. -N : 81. No.23 "\u. 32. )No.\; 7H. \ers
C.asA1I ADAIK. :::::::: !.twal H pi 0 OOa Lv.......JACKSONVILLE.......Ar 7 MO : l
a. U iilji l l :;;; r
Miami\ people. This moans that much BRICK *! BRICK *! BRICK .... .. Mixed 937p ) 9 27 a .. ... ... .Orange Park. ......... 6 Main 8011"101| in MixtdIMpu, ,
: more in circulation here. Catarrh Mean .. .. Mo Wy 9i7p 034a.. .. ... .... ..TeorlaMagnolia.. ... .... ...... tt3Hani606am 01 in TuewlMjTliunul'i'
money Danger, .... .... and Frl .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .... ....,. .. .... .. .8. ..p.. '
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+ Miami\ well stocked 1010p1120P l 957a.GreenCovespringe. .... ...
I I'' e With churches .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .. .,.....llimtwlok.Arl .. .... ... .. ..... 531pm & Sac
;t { P I The Episcopal the Methodist and the Because if unchecked it may lead directly .... .... 10"l6n 104en ? .... ..... .,.1'alatka.... ... .... ... I\fIam( .45 p m 32.1pll
to consumption. Catarrh is .. .. .... 11 24.* HB''p1207p' 11 Ifta ,,'. .. .. ..... H..t nuialomnna ....... .... .. ... 4241a.u 4 12 24"+
Presbyterian extend hands to the sinner caused by impure blood. This tact is East Coast Brick Co. .. .... ... 11 4ia). ( 11ffia... ... .. .. ,. ... ..). ,.. ... ., lOam 3 /88 1 b 1'1II in 224plII I'm
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$ i services being held at these churches 1215p| 1:12'.la: It 4Ha Crencent City Junction...... 3S3 am33.1am 3 41
I / fully established. Therefore, It is useless .... .. 13 flop\ 12 40 a 12 (ilia.. .... ....... .Seville... .... .... ... 322pm pin
,t' I 1 every Sunday. A Sunday school l is also to try to cure catarrh by outward .... .... 2311p 1 Ida 1243p: .. .... ...DeLoon Springs.. .... ... 2 57 a m :2 411( ,p m, 1123 12P11: |ill>
inhalants. The true .... .... 3 21) p 120 a 12 (Up' .... .... ..... OlenwooUllere .... ..... ..... 240am235am 2 31 in, 104o\u
))1 ( M an addition to each place worship. applications or way Jacksonville Florida.Are ? .... 400p 140 a 1 lop ... ...... .. ford... ... .... ..... 2 15 p pin 1015IB
to catarrh is to the blood. ...... .
cure purify ...
1 ) 1 27p .....
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t Dave Johns was another loser on W..J. load's Sarsaparilla the great blood .... .. .. 820p..... ... 1 /top! Lv'} ...... ......DeLand.EnterpriHe.......... { Ar ..... .. '2 1MI'32 in .
il' i' catarrh by its to MANUFACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor .. .... ... .. .. .. ...... .241fil'> '.. .. .. .. .... .. ... ...... 10 p a in m '
purifier
Bryan However, Dave gauged his finances cures power .. .. .... ..... .. .. ... 4 OCp Ar'........TITl'SVILLE.' ........ Lv 1710) a in'. .
i t to such a degree that the "white drive out all impurities from the blood. reaching points on the East Coast. Will give very lowest prices.J. .... .. ...... .. .. ... ... .... ... ..".. .Faola.... .... ...... ... .. ....... ...
Thousands of people testify that they .... .... .. ...... .. ...... ... .. .. .... ..SorrentoMt. ....... ..... .. .. ... .
eagle" was not In danger, and with the have been perfectly and permanently S. SMITH, Jr., Gen'l! Manager .... .. .... .. ..... 3 /Wlp .. ." ....... Dora........ ..... .. .\. ... ..... 645am '"
r + ....... ... ... .... ... 414)1Ar..Tavares........ .....Lv . .... 8iflaltl.:
il; c .prosperity' store by UcKialcy's; ; election cured of catarrh by Hood's Sarsaparilla Jacksonville, Fla. ........ 820 p 339 a -1 66p ArI ......... ..Sanford.. ... .... ....Lv ISO am 4 BOa m. 0lOam
j ll' ri he be able to pull through. .... .. .... .. .... .....Altamonte Sprlnira..... ... ..
1 i may ..... .. ..... .. ..Winter l ark............. .
fl ;I t The pink Is road.with much Dissolution of Partnership. ........ ... ..... eaoa 3 30p( ..... ...>. ... ....Orlando..... .... ... 1218 p m 1155am.. ...
paper SAW AND PLANINGIMILL8, JACKSONVILLE YAKD, ... .... ..... .
.. .. .....KlHHimmee. .. .... .. .... .
4j pleasure by many in Miami. It l is truly Pulalku, Fla. |K. Bay St., Foot of Catherine. ..... ... ........ Ar..... .. ..... artow Jo.. ......Lv .
1 JACKSONVILLE, FI.A., .... ... .... .... 01/1a/ 6 IRp .. .. .. .. ..Lakeland ...... .. .. 040pm 030am
an East Count paper and is fin excellent ... .. ... ........ I1U3U a K :3lp .. .. .... .... Jlilrtow ...,.. ...., .14 30 p m 74Aam11301iAr..PuntaGorda..Lv.
u 1 ; 'd "t9 advertising medium forthte eeetion. All Nov. 2, 1800.) WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY .... ... ....... | . ...tIl541alll.
t r a We beg to announce that the firm of . .... ....... -10 BO a 7 4op Ar....... .. .. .. Tampa.... ....... .Lv. B30p m 8 00 a mTZflam, .
hotels and houses .. . .. ...
boarding Die1' ,
on Day Tampa nay Hotel. .. .. .. .. ,
'1 V', should advertise In Ilarifw! Gundy aclvertlsednt head Manufacturers of .. ..... ... ....I 11 SO 8 8 20p Ar....... ... Port Tampa ... .... ..Lv *4f/ pm .... ,..
f' cay no the columns of .... Ion> and Thnrs"neti 0 Slip Lv .I'ort Tampa.. .. .
1 a the AD.VOCATK. of 6th and Oth columns page; 4, of the .... '..., & Friday. 3 (lOp Ar..,. .."?...Key WestHavana ...,... .,. ..Ar Lv 930pm 230pinTimrsamiOna Wed., and Fat.
) ADVOCATE-Is this day dissolved by mu Cypress Lumber Shingles and. Lath. ... .. Wed and Sat. 6 OOa Ar .. .. .. ...., . .. .. .. .Lv 123oprniWed.andOut.Dully : i .
l I j p j1', Kaiser, the plumber and the catcher #
tual consent. The business will be con t Daily except Sunday. '
,I for the plumbers' baseball team, was

r i given a ride In a wheelbarrow., Satur- tinued at the same old stand by A. O. A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles Tampa Traln.23I'and daily | TS-Through Pullman DulTet Sleeping Cars"between New York and Ion
Gandy & Co. Clias. G. Harris
t day night, by Shibley-a ,follow work The new firm, will collect all retiring.bills due lath and pickets, always on 1iand,| thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress Tr ln,23.1 leaving; JlWkMouvllle daily at SOO: am. arrives at: Hawthorne at 11 ::43.) OnhmvllH
'4 man. Poor Shibley bet on and mouldings,; of nil patterns a specialty. 12,45Oralnttlf.Leeahurg8:3aItronkevOlegOAp.m: : : ( : Train leaving Jacksonville at 8iw:' p. m
j Bryan the old firm, and settle all accounts due arrives at Oaklnnil S:12 a. m., Lnroorlioe IOB: a. m., Tarpon Springs 3:10:: p. m., Clearwater 4-B p.
J 4 free silver, and Kaiser bet on McKinley; When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. rn., St. Petersburg B:4O I'. m., dally except !Sunday." .
by them. Trains 21 and aa, through "ullman.looplng curs between Jackspnville and
Tampa.
gold and a true ride. ... W. W. COFFIN
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(Signed.) G. HAKRIA, General Q' D. ACKEHLY
p $ The sllveiltes take their defeat good A. O. CANDY Superintendent. General PassengerAge4|

i p naturedly. Sam Fltts says that he has ----

not lost faith In the white metal, and HARRY MASON & CO.
In retiring from the firm of Harris 1r. &
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that The
I'I Bryan will be heard from again. florida (Central peninsular Railroad
r ''I + Mr. Fltts is a very clever gentleman, and Gandy ft Co., I desire to thank the public

t if all of generally for their liberal patronage,
Bryan's supporters were like Jobbers In Fine ImportedW
e him, he could well be proud.. and respectfully ask a continuance of II. MASON & CO. Short Line between Florida and all NortPcrn! Points.

'i same; for the new firm. Hay Street.JACUSOYVILLE.,
f Considerable ,money change: hand Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

r v), 1 l' hero when the result of the election was Yours CHAB.truly,G. Ii unus. Liquors and Cigars, High Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore

V known. Bennett, the news butcher, lost Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

i r l fact$13.00.that He If consoled Bryan had himself won he with would the Writing,; the ADVOCATE this week. Jfr. K Grade Whiskies, Etc. and Everett Chicago. Macon. Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati


r. = have made $110.00: which Is a poor. conBolatlon to Gandy the Plant says: System:!"Mr. Harris, to occupy has gone a proniJnont back- ""' J.:; .;;;...._,.__ ...:....h -- Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs! :Memphis, Little Rock Kansas City, St
Louis
Ij I ;f Bennett. position. My ad. In the pink WhlHklei-tmM| >rte l anil l>ome tlc: Southern! nolle, Rook and Rye .... .... ....from 11J10 per gal Chicago, Sioux City.
paper HraniheH-lx>me.tln >le. .." blackberry, andpeacbandhoney.)) .. .. ... .f rom *1 M per RBI River Junction Pensacola, Mobile New Orleans Texas cxlco California
4 II' I Mr., aOlI'Mr... Charles Curry, :Miss has already done me a lot of good.'' Olne-HullandOki'i'ometc.... .......... .. .... .... . .... . ..... ..from.lJ111"orlfal and the Pacific Coast. :i ,
,i Corinne and Miss Bertha Curry regular As an advertising medium on the East Rum ... .. .. .. .. ...... .. .. ..... ... ..... .. ...from.. .... .... .........from $1.1141) per ical) Effective .April 1O, 181MJ.
Coast the AnvocAnc is hard to beat. Winee-Tort Hhcrry Catawba Muscatel,, Claret etc., . ... .. .. .... .. ..it.of per teal .JRrkJoD'
readers of tho ADVOCATE:, have left for Claret. -Finest l3ranrls.. ,... .... .... .. .. . ... .. ........ ...from 'J.2.1 per cane owvn New York Eapre.e No. 3M. leave I ISiIuaQ ) 1
f Bottled Heer. ., .. ...... ........, .f. ..... .. .. ..... .. .... .... .. ... ..fromt1.3Operdoz.; Qua a n villa 1:30 a. 8avanni.m.. llallv.\ with Through wa :::
West after Coh..bla.
I Key a pleasant time spent Y hlnS ali
Pineapple, Orange Bitch Iceman uar- All other Fine; Brands at equally Low Prices. Baltimore. I'hlladoll.llla New York) .
here. Miss Myrn Cunry, 'a oousln, noeompanled O L1 Eastern: points "connect* for ..enl tlln.
Land For Sale Jugs; and demijohns will be packed In boxes, when so requested without extra p., a.
l them. Mr.[ Curry has Chejtp. w.e a .. Jr k Arrives Jacksonville 0:00: p. m.
1 purchased cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will r. a. r
1 1j + a good deal of hard In Miami and not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. AG' New York Fast Mall No. M. I I"*
I have for sale 80 acres .of pineapple 4 uveaast'I .Tack.onvllle / for onme. m>rw
neighborhood Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO., // 8/10: p. m. daily Jc/ rsonvllle
kr. t : land en St. Lucle river n few miles below 301 307 300 311 Mason v.w./ ern points and for Fernanillna. Arrive
S I W. Hay St., ( ) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. S 10:211: a. m.
; The Misses Ola and Carrie Johnson Eden, 40 of which being northeast __ Block- 5'P ., _-

late of Melbourne[ have created( no end quarter of northeast quarter of suction -- -- --- vt F u4) .r4 yy.rya Only Line ThroDKh the B*..,. I""' JlIII

of excitement In Mluuil. They can be 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; Labor Saving I Economical I IncombustiblePAINTOFR" a ; Country: of Middle florl.ln, Yenwrele i SA l" a""II ID!
Kucambia Jiioknonvllle
MLaa0 Hay Leave
IL pronounced two of the prettiest young the other 40 is the northeast quarter a .M' y +. for Lake Live Oak. Slmllunn ae1,111eAa,' ;"
women in Miami\ if not o>u the coast. L c.., 0 TalluhneeeeCity. lllver Junction reneaania, "" !1lt..
of southeast quarter of section 3, CISONVILE :New OrleunH and the southwest, Mexico"L1: t .
ik'ii They have been added to the choir of township SA, south of range 41 cant. yA0 r'rW. nrnla and the Pacific Coaot. Carries W' P
the : Arrives Jackaonvllle 7:05: a. m.
Episcopal church, and will be Im- The above land can be bought fur $10 e PLp

portant factors in church work here. per acre. It is suitable for pineapple, (Patented America and Europe.) Op

j r Besides being possessed of good looks, orange, lemon or lime growing. s._ii_. u Leaven Jacksonville 0:M a. m.for8tukr'parM
t C
4 the voices young and ladies have well trained 'Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces = f p fk v, ,u. Key thorns, Sliver tlr.rlnlt.. Ocala llwie, Oaine Tava"'jlaD'vlll: JC"T

are equally as pleasing in cash. This land will soon bo worth JiJO Orl n.lo, Lacoochee.
r .
.r conversation. wo. M e Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 3:M I' m.
zO

ik Miss Jessie Byrd Keller, of Daytona per Apply acre. to C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE Chemically, Instead of Burning Off."PAINTOFF" d __.

y Las created a sensation In dancing office; or to Robbins A Graham, Titus ]Aipsllhe .e Cincinnati and Florida Limits'.. T enve J\fk Rot<
'1 circles. This vllle a .4 .onvillee: on. Solid Vemlbule Train- ..
instructor tf 0
of
., pretty dancing I.I a regliitered trade name of a new discovery In eheml try and l In protected 7 IIOA CEITRAI e.+ a little o.erN'hO1lR to Cincinnati via ;?u .
1 has turned out a large number of by letter Il&t..nto' the 1'nlted States, Canada. Great Krltaln and other countries. It U the result sad 7M Atlanta. Chattanooga. Connect for FevdleERI .,J
ft'' Self-denial the one thing most difficult ( 1 of patient research. and experiment with the purpose In view of finding a cheap, simple and active f as.:,' t Louisville. Chlcapc:(? and all p"lnt nortn
dancers, and twice n week the young to inculcate and always ]hard to solvent_of old paint and varnish that would supplant the old method of burning, and scraping off P hSUTAR R.R. west. Arrive Jacksonville 8-Wa. m.

1 i L people can be seen "trlpplrg the light ____..__, _____._n. _,. _._ .._ ___ __._ __.. :ma sumo sal0.aa.ttloa6wwfaan.
WileD uivia Bra
l/riwifiuc vepvcra KOOfI
.y
1 : Gllmore: Son, Painters and Decorators, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have
tj fantlstio" to their hearts' content at things, to eat within reach. But there Is L0a1Da.
/given Palntoff a trial, and can say that In 45 years experiences a painter it Is the er Kansas.. C1l1''
no self-denial If take Simmons Holly: Spring Route. St. louts' it
1 't Miss Keller's school. She conducts necessary you .. :
M rMY.E'v
1' 1.c a Liver Regulator It promotes best paint remover In the market"C. Chicago Leave Jacksonville, 5'W.P;:! m/4)s/
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school for children a s well as one for E. house Painter etc. Jacksonville Fla. writes Memphis Macon, Atlanta, Blrmlngnam, Holly ,
hail
digestion, prevents dyspepsia, and a dose Iloyle : "Having ex- Kanoaa CIty. 8t. l.onl "
h'li new beginners and It Is not necessary after a hearty meal of delicacies will prevent perience as a practical painter for 2.1 years take great pleasure In Indorsing Jacksonville c;hanJl! tel KPan.a.City. and St. Lows. and only. Chicago one cha'np!Sioux" to Chicago City. Throng and :Sioux SI'!CKJ*'!*W..uP"

p for one to suffer any embarassment If any discomfort. It's the best good- Palntoff, and cheerfully recommend to the public in general." ":13 Po m.-Local::38..m.for F.-.erett. ten
I night to-day. W. Laosdell of'HalL Jlildltch A Co. General House Painters Jacksonville 3:38 P. 111.-1.-1 tar C'loee Connection! for Hmn.wlek. Shortest and 'Inlck'I
they' should take a course of lesson : Tallaha.ae Jack.onvllle : I .. ..
0
,' from her. Fla., writes: "Having given Pain toff a thorough trial; pronounce. it to be a 9ae1.M-ForTampaandlntermediateiaints.H'imanaiee. {+em. ArriveJacklO K'atllo
r Why will you buy bitter nauseating perfect success, and to be all you claim for It." Steamer lan.tee" from twoTrein.tinily. Leav.Jackaonvme 7:,39a.m.andS:70p.m.!
i H. I, Charles, representing Church, tonics when Grove' Tasteless Chill 1'u1lma. Sleepers 011 all Yight Tampa Traina.for Braldento and Manatee River points.
Send for Circulars and Testimonial to
I :Anderson; Co., of Jacksonville, was In Tonic I I. as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. g tend for Bat Indexed Township
f Map of Florid
to
Your I I. authorized
druggist to refund
i+ .:Miami this week, In the Interest of his the In South-Eastern States Palntoff .Company, N. S. PENNLNGTON, '
I money avery ease where fall to A. O. 'K4cDOnLL,

Arm. Ha I I. one of the best known tray. cure. Price, 50 cent ;23-10-07 St. Augustine, Fla. Traffic M anager. General pu engef *f*



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER\ 13 1890 3 1.1
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A sketch is given or a gown of straw i 1

THE ART OF DRESSING. plain.foulard Tho with Mouno light Ixxlloe blue! dots.him a The plait skirt In the Is I PERSONALITIES.--- -- Notice.NOTICE Al.KX SKAU. KIlNKHTlTAVlOTlj: I The Largest and Most' Complete d

t'D".rwt&Ds-, M Well as ater Dan.h mlddlo of the front and a wide collar which : A. Cullaway of Wilke.* county On., IK IttMVlivclviiii NEAR & TAYLOR Establishment' South.
foci to the l
reebyterian.
of France.rrflichwomun Is bordered. with ,a frill of wide laoo. The I will have a son and sou-ui-law in the of KtillpifiirlXiutliluil. MlnlHtra.M. -.,. .. I
however plain, sallow belt and collar are of pale blue sutln. Tho next Georgia legislature. and the llmiril, of U......" ?'t Mlxulon i>f tluTeMijUThun'Imrvh > (9 She knows draped sleeves are short and are mot by rto., ol Millmli'lplii{ and GEO. S, HACKER & SOH
a 11 to always grncetul. long pretty I Walter L. Campbell the Democrntio \" work, '' the I < her clothes and how to wear gray gloves.JDDIc nominee lntcreated l I In estate nf flora T.: II. Kitum, de- ;, .
M put on CROLUKT.: for probate judge of Mahoiiing eautiil. that the umlt>n is never guilty of idiosyncrasiesfer County, O., bus been totally; blind since estate will apply-> the County .""IICO. of Drsyard EAU GALLIE tlt.A.\: d
lon boyhood.The cOllnly,* MH ottlce at Tlin"\'lIlo., Klurlilu, {
: of tefStoTu=( Hy OS TilE 7th IJAOF 111'1011.1'U.' A IMKiKKnt I Sl'

I of good dressing. be..D..tID.. Rev William Cullan Hicks a 'an order for the iiulillu sale. ender the pro.iKloim .
oDeol the great secrets No jokes are bettor widely knowu revival of Kentucky, ,, of Lie will of<'I..n| II. Kulon, of the
.ntirely whether the worn appreciated than from word in following real. estate of said ilttrottiwil,., at M..l-
I can
the
those; that made repeat memory every Ielurne. .
whether are unwittingly by Klorlilm tivwltt bit 4. hln..k.lll..f
IrhwP or expensive, !sober minded the Bible except the book of Psalms. Melbourne., with. the Improvements thereon. THE
r" men.
.. L..I, season's; It is whether the
new An The Strand Musical THOMAS ALEXANDER
to English journal relates a case in Magazine says
fashion are appropriate
sand the i Shirt waists have been in point, the !sober minded man being Mr. that the oldest living English composer Bobbins A Oraham EUZAHRTH C. KATOK.ly ..
,
CCII8lon. and so have silk, satinfLnMlc John Burns, a very serious member of il Charles Salaman. whose song, "I their Attorneys 11..0.111. S !:
this summer How women have the; house of commons.. He was speaking Arise From Dreams of Thee," was published PLANT
skirt. many I'
1nhtlessly combined the two, to the de- in a pessimistic strain about what he 60 years ago. ,I't t

Juctlon of all harmony 1 It Is as nnsnltIi. Felt to be a great falling off in the Dr. P. Pent. an Italian criminologist CHHtloii Notice I I'I

to weor a eambrlo or linen shirt character and standing of that august has discovered that criminal degeneracy ..lI nufflclu, r:,... ojt
Ie slllt skirt as It would be for aUnto body. shows itself in the toes of It. In Circuit Court.7th Judicial Circuit.of

let over wear a a out! vest and full Silk i "Since I came into this house, four subjects, webbed and prehensile toes Florida,. in and for Urevard CountyIN SY&TEM 1 :
Doors Sash Blinds
t over PP sop salt trousers. I rears ago," he said, "the confidence of being common among convicts. CHANCERY::' ,. ,

and damask belong to more or less the publio in it has much diminished." When Sir William Haroonrt resigned Edward Kndlstll r
L shirt waists do not. "84 I' Bill for Dlvoroev.
and
Youth's.
l occasions properly, accompany skirts Companion. lis practice at the parliamentary bar in Fanny Uuilljilll. ) Mounding and Building; Material.

b latter may worsted good. the tal- order to enter upon political life, he >n filed In this court
AFFlnAVrr'haVlnlfb8t
roottoD, linen or A Populw Je.p..l, Plet..s.IOMKTHlliG was earning 14,000 a Ills ministerial the complainant' that Notice to Traveters Office and Warerooms, Kins;,, Opposite
1 style of skirt being preferred. year. Fanny Kndlnlll Is over the age of i :21 ;year, .
Another question of suitability Is that salary for VI years U put at and that tier-residence. unknown. Caiuion Streets,'..
Now, thurefore. It In ordered that you, the laid -
to thatCASHMEBK
I Borne women seem fancy 48,000.
Ruillsill .
gloves Fanny do appear tn the bill'of 00111-,
Miss Margaret Cre. well receives; plaint, Flor"la..on In this oanse the at the clerk's oflloe In TUueyllle > If you contemplate a tiij PltO, any point. Charleston S. C.

'(8,600 a year for acting as postmistress Kovth, East, West or ts any Florhlh ,
FIRST MONDAY IN DECEMBER, AD'18D8;.
in Gibraltar. The Gibraltar mail can-
F and answer seat. bill In due point, for reliable Information, through
not be very heavy for Miss Cresswell same will he taken affalnstnn course as nonfiwsed.otherwise Sasto Weights Cord and
,
1 at the some time acts as superintendentof This order te.be published with aa. little delay rate and most convenient schodtlloH
all the the north African an possible In the InnrAN RITKK ADVUOATK
postoffloes on write to the
undersigned who.
wiltanswer
r i d once a week for eight ronsemitlve weeks,and to. Hardware.
ii coast. IM peeled an required by .law.
I> and : all letters promptly and give
one lered
r< at the Clerk's office at
i Lord Gerard has settled for 18,000 a
Tttusvllle, Florida" this:23rd day of
EUtptemher,
.".4 suit which he has been fighting for nine A X) 1BIH) you any necessary information.The Window and Fancy Class

$ years against the London and North A. A. !STEWART! Routes offered. via. the Plant A EOIAI/riY.
[Seal.]
western Railway about some Clerk
company System the equipment and excellent
and of his that was taken and for octll-dec4. c. R. Stewart, 1>..tr< _

s ... which he asked 1,800,000. His costs service nvo unsurpiuwedii! by any 11"1 Agent(for "Quick Hear Gasoline Stoves.

41r. are probably 950,000. Sl'terfrr Side.. Through Sleepers are operated on all

.. Probably the last survivor of the men trains of tIlls System.Insuring Liucury, WILLIABTCLARK

-a who fought in the July revolution of Comfort and ); Agt.
1880 M. Pierre Lonrdereau, 03 yearsof UNDER and by virtue of an execution issued every convenience.
I the ('Irenlt Court fur lirevami
age, recently made his annual pilgrimage ty.' ;,, Address PLUMBER,. :STEAM Jfc GAS FITTER
sI' to the Column of July In the The Florida Loan sit Trust company lit plaintiffand !
J. 1>. Crabb and .fumes Bllvertooth are dos KM;.TODD, Hoofing and Sheet Iron Work;
I' Place de la Bastille accompanied by
all allt fondants I have levied upon and will null at
its children and grandchildren.Mr. l Mibllo auction to the highest and IwHt bfddor'or Diy PlIHH A:,;..... 'smpH: I'lping and Dritln ripe. Oath
c..h. In front of the ,
court horse dn>r. at
Henry Somers-Somerset, the son rittiHvllle, Florida during the legal hour of or C. II. IIOVVAIUJ, City 1'nes.Agt Tubs, Water Closet and Wiwli Staad.Electric. ...
t 'I I of Lady Henry Somerset, the famous sale,on tooFIRST -

?'I ; temperance advocate, has been made MONDAY IN DECEMBER: A D 1806, .... Bells....

t secretary to the royal commission on alcoholic the following described real estate, _wi'I. Be. Ho.' an Komyth. HtreJacksonville.....
licenses.. This commission is Klnnlnn at the northeast corn..of the Hontheast
quarter"f section :boo township ill ..south
chiefly useful in facilitating the issue of M eat r thence Ito west KM yards. thence south range T.x TANTED-FAITUFUL MKIs Oil Florida.!
COSTUME. licenses to retail liquor dealers. 1 110 yards thence east VM yards there' north V V women to., travel for responsible
lie yards to the 1.1.... of bellnnl"lf.| saving; and established hous.In Florlilu.. Salary
love are only Intended to cover ugly El Tito, a famous Spanish toreador excepting th..refrnm. a riglitfw 40 feet wide
lands, and that If the hands aro pretty heretofore conveyed. to the AtUntla Ootut, Bt. 7HO and expense: Poaltlon p rmai> nt.Keferenco. 1 Choice .
love be dispensed with In the street was recently killed in a bull fight at Johns ft. Indian River Railway company by Enclose. Hof-) * md theater.mY Now however false may boihe ON HIS MIND. erpignan E France. The animal that deed "recorded. decal. Book: "M," at page uo: or lirevard stamped envelop] The National, Star It t Wknea,LIquors a s

wotlment from which the customiprlngs -New York Sunday World. tilled El Tito bad taken part in many eminty parcel of one records and one-half; also" excepting acres,%thererrom >reto-- Insurance Bldg.,.Chicago.. j.06lIlO'l, ) : and: Cigars.
attles ate'! had in become fore' conveyed to John butler .
deed
oonventlonallty, which merely consequence hy recordedleed
/ Caught After a D.p.ra>t* Cluwa. In IItH.k "n." *' page 10'1, ** Mrevara county I' LllII! ('J wrsnte.Tro.Sold .
nether name for that self defensive armor abnormally urtful. often tricking his record.. I

rhloh terves to keep strangers at a respectful Apparently oblivious of the fact that foes by wholly unexpected maneuvers Also beginning at the southwest corner of lot all tr* fa"d

distance, demands that the hands shall I. he was pursued by a determined looking Ex-Premier Crispi is undergoing a s>block F, In tbe town of Tit ,"vllle, thence riui ROYAL-TANSY PILLS prices
be as strictly covered as the feet In public, I man on a wheel, the scorcher flew down east along the south boundary line of said lot 11 LpneteI
I I course of baths near Padua. Besides thirty feet. thence, north at .
right an to Main IIE W IHSCOVERT. 1IEYER rAl La
>nd a pretty hand Is no more excuse than ; the smoothly paved street His back street sixty feet, thence feet Tolcay WtM.fiook .
I from he is afflicted witha west 30 thence f. a sew,pllahl.and st.r.ll.t fur sap
pretty foot for Ignoring the usages of polite was humped, his head with its rubber suffering gout north Mal fact, thence. west.10 feet, thence south sin..- ne.elaltlm'. wMUibf or pnlnful Itn
society. Where It Is necessary, an in a I weakness of the spine, and likewise is 211 feet, thence east along the north boundary 1._ llml b>over SOU..... y.
neck thrust forward 1nlwauanle DtuiM orffkiu. !
attachment .
restaurant or similar! place the glove may, ', was almost entirely blind, being unable to of Main street thirty feet to the point of IH. a wm"mt t ,... MI.s." Nam.ssa .
'I and his feet flew up and down like the !Inning the same being parts of lots 8 and 9, p>H .! p: :small ban(I, John B. Tognr
Df course, be removed, but where there Is make up his mind to undergo the operation block F.Tltltsvllle, an<' part of Banana Alley l M fit pl.1nw_r. olltllld NaP i qs
o occasion to use the hand the glove dashers of a double action steam churn. which which was closed by Mrs. Titus before the .W..n.p.1N(4.r "a"loula.4 b I_ Saloon
I for cataract alone can restore re iMr.H iFEri'KHAlASSOCIATION Motsopolltai .. 12:1: East: Buy St.,
cording of the of .. .
the Tltusvllle.
bawd be retained.The With eyes fixed steadfastly upon his sightMatthew made to the map of J. Francis Reference Is Calva**,.L61Solt '
map Leltaron.
Illustration shows a gown of gray scorcher the pursuer tore along the high- JACKSOJfVlLLBl. FLORIDA.

ashmen. The skirt Is adorned with four way. His teeth were firmly set, biB lips Addy of Cincinnati, who Intersection Also beginning of Orange at the and southwest Lemon street corner thence of the ,fry Jj Ii. 8c.owm.only. Wholesale .nd: It.talLEducation -_

:uck& The blouse bodice .. gathered at pressed tightly; together, and a look of las just died, was often referred to as running west along Orange street 41 f..t.thence -

jtbe waist and Is out V shaped behind and dogged resolution overspread his lean, "the Cincinnati iron king." He was east smith. 41 parallel feet to' Lemon with Lemon street thence lift feet, thence

Muan In front over a yoke of striped gray muscular face. born in Montreal in 183S and went to the west line of Lemon street street Ill( north feet to along the. WHEN YOU of

bind white taffeta. The Louis Qulnze sleeve Cincinnati when a young man with no point of 1Njlnnlnglltliatoll In Urevard county,
The crowds along the street presently
\\nt taffeta Is finished with lace Florltl. FEEL BODY
striped a SHAKY \
capital but a good education. He went
became of the chase and began to .
rill at the wrist and has an epaulet formed aware Also seven acres In square body In the southeast .
of I two frills of white moussollne having a take an interest in it Into the iron business, in which he was corner of the southwest. quarter of the WHY NOT'TRV MIND.
southwest of .
quarter section
singularly successful. :iia, township 31 Il
black border. A similar frill frames the Several joined in the pursuit South, range .w east. Urevard county Florida. l MORALS. .
joke, The belt Is of white satin. "What has he done?" Also, lots /S and T, of the east sub-division. of INTERSMITHSTHE.MEDIOINB
JUDIC CHOLUCT. "What do you want of him?" The Laugh Bared Trouble. :block 4:of TltiiHvllle I as per -:::;r.eof"' suitdivision '
"Who is he?" "Why do you laugh at his stale county. on ale In the Clerk's Jlrevard FREE rUI1.'ION..e'The

LIGHT SILK GOWNS. Paying; no attention to these questions jokes?" I will sell so much of the above described
"If I did not laugh he would think I as will be iifllolent
he flew along still faster, never property. to satisfy the execution.
A CM For Old Drcues-Lining! to Go rd removing his eyes for an instant from did not understand the jokes and would llirchaser pays for title. Florida

Ag...... the object of his pursuitHe try to explain them. "-Truth.Tommy JAMES K. JlOWMAN.DOY6d..c4 ,
OP KNOWN MfRIT. Agricultural
Foulard, especially In Persian patterns, began to lessen the distance be- Sheriff Ilrevard Co., Fla.
1 Ie one of the fashionable dress materials In tween them.It Tb_ 1111I1 Brot..... SOLD fVSRYWHmftfAHTHUH College

Paris alto glaee silks with small, brocaded was evident he was gaining. Mount fmrrna Oo. .ourcwtiur.. Is supported by grant from. the national flov.eminent. .
4urea Batisto is also in vogue. Summer he rapidly Falrweather 14-IRO) feet high, Is G./W. "G."Ta.. Alt tuition, freutu all students, fromKtarlila.
gowns will be worn as late Into the Straining every nerve, \W4 4-i said to bo the tallest elevation in Russia. Open to male and inuialtm. Woman s
fall overhauled the scorching rider. hoard with fll"lUoli In town. Men board at
as the weather U
, permits, as everybody
I" he be drew along- C'ulloK! Mesa. Hull foe .lo..I''r month. A most
loath to abandon the delicate, furbelowed "Say! gasped as -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine healthy. l4M .tloti. Jalleipi surgeon attends all
gown ot summer for the heavier and more side. "How are yon? You're riding. } -Samples of "PnlntofT" may bo had Nor' one, *5)) No.,two, $10; No. three $15THtusvllle students free of .:harlt>. Military discipline. unlUr .
machine like mine ain't ?"- at the ADVOCATE office free a graduate of West Point ronr. mouse nt
constraining ones of fall and, winter. just yon s of chargo. Fla. Instmottiin Agricultural Maohanloal Latin
I Gowns of taffeta of bright and pretty Chicago Tribune. Molentlflo and Women's. Hiiwrlur equipmentIn y

Patterns that have become somewhat soiled T -- -- _____________ _n_____ _____ _-_--_-_------- I Ijtlxiratorlea. (diva degas nt H. a. and
and faded daring the summer campaign ............ Honor. 74 A. II. Business onunM ulliir| free Inntruotlon
In wnitiunnhli, kVKeepliir, | business law. 'y
/ may be converted into petticoats for An English journal says that a funeralis short hand, type-wrltlnir and tnl Krmphy.
wear under nice fall and winter costumes.They festival in Southern Fall", turin opens Monday. October nth.IHIHI. ,
may be trimmed with flounces and regarded as a very high For oataliiKiie giving full Intorwatlc.n.achlre. p,
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ref rural Yorkshire. A poor woman was ,
lies of :
black or white lace, with narrow
velvet ribbon, bows, plaitlngs and similar lately heard complaining of the fare real
adornments. If silk petticoats are not danrad provided at one she had attended. "A e Railway. iMlto City, ClurUlu.

-and certainly they are not serviceable paltry concern," she said scornfully .

for ordinary wear-the taffeta gown "Nab but cakes and such like. Now WEAK MEN MADE VIQOROUS

pay be teed to line fresh costumes. A silk I've buried five, but I sided 'em all off ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

lined skirt is a luxury, for it is light, does with 'am!" And this: A farmer was

not cling to the figure M does alpaca or assisting. his daughter in the choice of a

other lining material into which wool en- dress, and seeing her fancy incline to THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS DINING

a blue one, said rcmonstratingly "Nay -I thought you couldn't talk, CARS THOROUGHFARE COACHES
lass. tak the black one ; happen tha Mr. Staylate? In ory. 'DAY.t"Ddf. 11y 'Dse

might have the luck to be axed to a fu Mr. Staylate-What made you think VESTIBULED TRAINS.For what PEw6FFRS; amt
YJROR
neraL" And his counsel prevailed. lOt Tommy? qua T all
Other. (.11 noun. map r gNq ode
Tommy-Well, sister says she' been MoaTS ......D1'. MORTH AND WElT. .men reooTerroailirul. l 0u. bwl.t.l Ne.r.
Oat of It. I .teed .Cur.M.r.a.a. I .tV'lt.lMir,
waiting all the winter for you to 18ylOmething.Pick Iwy tea.jIf 1 hIivg ilula .I<.w.r,
First Summer Girl-You know that Me Up.H.rb. 1If... .. IICce eo*. )fmtllmf M...rr. %*Mti>ar 1>I.
8&Xo. SI No.
Seas.. mttii all sleds at nlf mlnu of MWM and
fellow I was engaged to last summer? Tee, 11. I. ria. x... tniHmnHiM. Wards on insanityndaanauuptlon.
He came down on a wheel, you know. All Tra1s. DaII,. UUO'W. Pwt All Tra1aa Dally. aed ''''o..ld.lI.n. Don't lead Wist, Impute a wortbtnM substitute on.
e C..d In Cookery. )ou hervinM { of mIIL InslsioobaiT.Ws:1tviu4
Second Bummer Girl-Yes. Is he Cla'ti fspr.. fnit r Bib rOKU A : >K. or .aoA for U.itpooket.
Ce Herbs used in cookery while they b* here again this year? *1 per box, or w SUI.wllaA.fMli
First Bummer Girl-Yes. I saw him may be purchased in the markets of the L"'oll'YWo.: I'.a..p.. ...,... .. 8A1: a. 146 pili L" Jacksonville. 1'' O. b. P. 1 N pm I III aaaLv W.itwa?te4.1apr.afre,. .h.nru, .u.l.lefb.d IYbs

this morning. He had four wheels this larger cities of the United States, are leveret/. 1'.0. *. .......... ftt am 114 pm E..I. Nouthere -:O6pm 10 4U asLv rLYr AM'N, L l.., !16
rarely procurable in those of smaller' __. 80luherD ...... am TO'ptr
time. They were on a baby carriage.- ..va.'ab.I'.C..P..II.p..U.pa. .. ...tlaD... .. ,..... tllO .m Sold by J, D. Screven, only.
Boston Transcript towns. To the average ruralist; they are z."OOl..bIa.80.......... 621p.IOOot (CJbatanfJR"" .," 928.m.ArCbarlott.oot .
+ unknown if known their use is not; (irloineatl, .0..7. ..
or, lupm _
.'o.......... III/pm 1. a. IAtWwb'
.
: 4P."hl JDCham.14.f.'b..... 1f1I: ..........
understood. In first rate cookery which pm
C rr A Prodtetlm.Johnnie ...-.....tta........... 1/2.m 9q pm .. Memphis. K. C. 1If. b N. IUII: ) pm ....... fg
r is one of delicate combinations) and .. KS.BtyK.O.Ld.bld.. IAI: ._ M Oiev
-Tommy Jones don't know: MllaUI".Pa.B. ... .... 800U2apm pm..r.
how to swim because his mother don't flavors, they are absolutely indispensable Ar Pblla'phiaPa.af.10 13 a.. 100 am :;:::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::.::::::::::

want him to go near the water. and their absence therefrom is .A.rJl'l'ork.Pa.R.B......... 1216.; eea.l, .t. ...................... ... .. ........ :.........
rJr
.
quickly detected by cultivated palates
e r ,, b
Veil Tommy is a good a37
r Mamma-- Chives tarragon, chevril savory sorrel n...... a... "..... 0' a... ...,." U Pal"If

t r r r f r fe4 boy Johnnie-Yes. he'll go to heaven the etc.either, may out be of grown doors or with in boxes little trouble in the !...1""ILeo."UAe...........; I'.fP............... 'U."iITji P"OoIDmbl. ; QUICK TIM TO ALL

re C. ,. first time he falls overboard.-Brooklyn Pulverized dried herb that .. .....,.................... 1110 amSparrnburg.
bouse. are
.. 1116 ttAOaiAll
d am
I'I : POINTS NAMED.
d ePODLARD Life sold in bottles or tin are of little valne. M...........11.. P..Llflm.: .. 9IU P"L" OMMNOOPVS*

v ... --1- .. ..... .... For flavoring purpose they are hardly .. .AebaYtllo., (.;.0110,...'nmo......r... 110 11\0 pmYaosvtn. pm pM TefNTMDNA *!
more effective than so much dried dust M.CLDoIaDa".Q. .c................ J 16 ... ........_ dbooliwiAota ,+
Ter'T-.tiooal .. ..... ...
Brown-That was a : a Co. JI- s
Sorrel en account of its pleasantly ri .-r is
TOILET. sermon the minister preached last Bunday. soup, full Information apply to Agent or this great Railway +:sL r S's
any biiKryrisri s=
ten* and acid flavor, is mach in vogue in Europe.) :! ... ..
look
silt or as desirable M it feels The indeed? I must try Here it is almost entirely unknown and System, or its conne tlonL '
satin faced materials that come on Robinson-Was it, cfde tW, 311m..
U rarely served except in families -
Ptupoee or ever
10ft lining, however an to be awake after thia,-Truth,
Bearded to keep of foreign origin or at restaurantsthat W.B. OBEEN, J. M. GULP, W. A. TUBE, 8, H. HARDWIOr )
warp that against, for they have a cotton special clientele. Of Oo. .pertlltoad a. Triage Manager, Cham.P... .A..... A.... 0W. -. ...... Act, worU.1..eNeeII- Splendidly""'" till.III....r..k -.' .,
flnt! U vury feeble and give way at A Pascal ..... encourage a ........ ..,Do a. ".......... D. C. WMh1a..Do a. AUasls.Ch.r. ma* shoaU b* w1tb.wl < lI'a'b.1 .* .
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joe strain, especially at th. Inside of the sea said themer. all the herbs, only sag and mint are in yaart IldorxnN.. I **
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foot of the skirl behind. AU women "I have a poem on universal use with us. Vov this booty .. 1. BHIPMAJr, POrraw4ael4sowyw. .

: exasperating 1* Is for th. lining the we are indebted to the favor aoaordedsausages Phltsa P'isles.........
oeoinetoholeether.w The clh: on "I think I'U take John, replied and the popularity of the III w.1.,......*.JAOKSOIITIUJaV FLA. Wanted-n

the f051 heel ofbe boot a' .. bolesep and ai- maiden. -He bas a ship &here..A' "mint Jvlep."-Mew York SOB. Effective Nor. 8th, 1896. Idia'r.;

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,l'l'"I'' :--: ; INDIAN lIVER i'BYCCATE. $- jection will be '-overcome by the' zephyrs of the sunny southland. stantly subjected, because of their combinations Ship Your
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\ durable( quality' \+ ef the newly-sug- Penniletra'! ,ilitteth from his sum for profit and the methods by

1 'il"1! gested material; and no doubt the mer home, and penniless the reach- trol which they preventcomputitlou to have and madeno con
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Office Titusvllte production appears Hides Skins
: Washington
1 :-l. Avenue Ilbre will make >.n excellent road eth his winter quarters. The astute profound impression\ on the public Fruits Vegetables Etc.
; > Indian River Florida.A ,
I for vehicles, und when' beaten down marshal spreadethihis, net and mind. It Is even probable that the lire ,,
I To the Reliable firm of -
; of criticism excites sympathy for the
I and hardened
bytrravel: and weather catcheth the airy visitor as he
who form the trusts.
WKRLV JOCKVAb OP run DEVOTED-IMDIAX-IUVKM; Taw, LAKE DNVxbOrwaNT will make ''a passable bicycle speedeth through the town, and gentlemen, they are not unpopular. Anyway A. O. GANDY & CO.
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I I 'j WORTH' AMOIUIMMVMB I :.T-. CTIOJIS.PUBLISHiKD road. 1 liverywwmer of a horse, taketh 'him' before the worshipful "In an Industrial civilization, such as ,
i -". / wagon, .buggy'bicycld or land, mayor who, if he be a man of ours where money is the prize for whichall I Merchandise Brokers and
I' 'M who the road should nod hath but an Insignificant fraction of the ,
J : EVERY FKIItAY. expects louse sense, an excuse never so '
Is as men in other
\ ,,,,, subscribe liberally, as well as those, slight, findeth him guilty of vag- population struggling
I civilizations Illne trlven for military or Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission
I .pti CIIAS. H. 1yALTOa.Fklitcr'.Ylteprletor.: who are interested l in aiding the rancy, and a hoe being put in the literary and artUUo distinctions, it is Merchants,
'f ,f f' I first step towards the institution of hands of the wanderer, he cleanethup natural enough that the great winnersIn -

,J t.. I .lMeriptl.... better :roads in the county, and the street, and doeth such work the universal contest should looked 10 Bridge Street, Jacksonville, Fla.REFERENCES .
''' '. up to and admired. To this country the Bute llnnk of id Baker&; Holmes, Raymond & Knight,
Twelve fl.IO.III / this :- Southern
i' '. ., .the should 'include every citizenin for the town aa needeth to he done. gent a:
I .. '. millionaires are what the nobility I is to pre" Company,or any Kailway oi tills city.
!11 Six IMO
'' .j/ : Three w .50 the place. In some respects a He worketh not with any very the monarchies. The law that to him
I II'. II\' :!' Slap; 00"n'y, .5 palmetto fibre road will be superior 'commendable zeal, but. doeth per who hath shall be given brings to them --
f: j If !+ Strictly; ,:advance. to a shell road ; it will not haps one !hour's work-in the course hither honors. Being: captains 'of industry -

t 1'' 1 .' AI :")I ', present that -dazzling whiteness of a day, 'but it ia better that he and political, they are leaders also accepted The as United social .Chickamaiiga Stable Company. ...

j'' I which i ie'eo terribly trying and InJurious should do this! than that he should States, with its government, Is theirs by
'I'" .: q ij'l I The alwwe"litH 1nclua! the I'DJ'm.mt of pest to the eyes in the summer beg his bread from door to door. the willing: gilt of the people. at the Chattanooga, Tenn. 'Phone 3M3.

1 ." ,. .,." I.,.y 1.04. .: _. .durrngthereer.((5e. SnSnerljrttnnn' "cm commence any time .n.nor will-- it_. take-sn long tn get .into_n" The u&Ial.winter. irruption of polls.. .. TRIPS TO: Lula Lake Ind.ua.. Falls, Lookout Point, Point Park, hum'
good working order. The cost will has far "The election was won under the """eneralship Telephone Rock, Rock Gity anti Village, Chlekamauga
tramps already begun ; so of Mr. Matk Hunna, a popular Hock. Natural linage, / Mill
,, l; Dlecedhwuanne.Otsevte" : anustaemade |*rjf'.yij not be an great,. and even if it does although a few have been brought millionaire, notwithstanding his occasional tary( Park, National Cemetery, Mission .KMge. ; Bragg Tower, Phelp's Town
I. ( .( ; wnanyrtebtsaGiee. ors.y ...ritl.a3Adck not last as lone as a shell road it before the mayor by our energetic combats with the workingmen in Orchard Knob, Walden's Ridge.

1tA can be easily renovated when nec marshal, they have 'hardly come his employ over wages, and scores of New Brick Stables; Eight and Chestnut Streets.

b( t all oimimunlcatlonff. essary. Let 'us'have the road by under the category of the genuine! millionaires were his active lieutenantsin SAM. W.. OIILS, Manager
the fight, the outcome of which was
I: T '' i, .' IWMAN WTVER. AWWOCATE' all means. "Weary Willie," and have all been decided bv the farmers and wage work .

t !ITUBV1Lae, FLORIDA. discharged ; but these are probably ers. The twenty-four: gentlemen who
together: $2.:>)00,0)0() () DA weON
r the fore-runners of a vast possess W. :B.
OUR MILLIONAIRES.We Republic-
entitled
to their happiness at ,
of the real unadulterated
yip/( (. f, ,( IT army can headquarters on Tuesday night.
1 CAmek, &<).,_y be'matte payable to CHAHLKM tramp and by watchfulaess on the Not merely had everything gone their Wholesale and Retail
1L'ALrui.TOw,publisher: and proprietor.' print in another column an part of the marshal and discretion way politically, but the popular verdictwas
--., -- .... -- editorial culled from the New York on that of the mayor, we ought to justly accepted by them as a flatterIng -

,GOOn'ROADS.W..m.ed Journal, the most blatant organ of be able to keep our streets in fairly class.vote It of was confidence the'! country's in the millionaire reply to WINE & LIQUOR Q MERCHANT,

Bryanism, and that overrated I respectable condition for the their critics, who must sometimes be ,
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F il {'' apx; rfecta-oad demagogue's chief supporter among winter. rather annoylng.-New York Journal.
+ 'l h1>, i} Whoreon the noble stood the great dailies. In acknowledging -

It' ( Can.draw a.broad and pmfle! load the defeat of the principles, or 51veu Away "CKKSCKUE." 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla. __
j i ( t t At a plennant rate of speed; want of principles which it has ,,
''t' ;', f 'r One hard nnl smooth and vel, been the Fine 'old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Havana
J' during
I, { (Yet: soidmlned and rouricl and high, expounding present PALM BEACH, >.". 8, 1800. What Is Crescere? It is a scientific ,
1 s, } It woift'bersloppyvwhen If-wet, presidential: campaign, it says preparation of Florida products. WhatIs
; :Nor dusty when it'll dry. with much truth, that "the election Editor Advocate: Crescere for? It three-fold In ita Mexican and Florida Cigars.

shows that the millionaires, Instead I should be glad to have ;you) announce character, namely: It builds up the
l TjKffi defetrted sihrerltes losing of being distrusted and disliked that the Florida Voice will be sent three constitution generally, promoting! appe- FINE FANOY GFt.OCHER ILS.
II : tare months on trial free to any of the ADVOCATE tite and the digestive power produces
>De 'time in l leathering their are trusted and respected, regular subscribers who will send health of the uterus and promotes the I. WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Goods
I 4; forces together, and< preparing for and suggests that it is probablethat name and postofiice adcliess on postal growth and vital activity of the mamma Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited

the next .presidential campaign. the adverse criticism, to which card to The Voice, Palm Beach, Fla. ), producing beauty, health and physical If you wish to open an account you must give first-class city reference,
AKTHCB C.JACKSON. development. It Is said the glory
trusts and corporations are exposed -
I Thd enthusiasm"hnwevex.ria' hard
; I of man Is his strength, and the greatest
I ly likely 'to (iluat] -titla die mere arouses a feeling of sym charm of woman Is a finely developedbust.
y after-blow of their recent defeat, pathy in the minds of the people. A Glorious Election. Crescere is satisfactory and per-
There is much in this manent In Its results. Ladies carefullynote
r and if ever'tlwir strange and tineotaith reason ;
the three-fold qualities of Bust New Fall Goods.
my
doctrines come to. the surface more than we might expect to find MILFOIU, Coxjf., Nor. 9, 1800. Developer. It Is guaranteed when usedin

;4 1 t1 again, tboy will emanate from in a paper wh
1 z the .populist platform, to which the doctrine-of dishonesty and application to produce lasting and

they frightfully belong Why repudiation should for m-illionairea' several 1 months.be unpopular enemy We have bas had been a nobly glorious defeated election., and The we joyous mijnlcations results.are confidential.Write me. All Securely com- An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept ii

are sure of four more of and
years peace packed to address, free from obser
; ? Theyfinay! be a source prosperity. The factories that Lave been vation. Address any MADONNA GIBBS Sole HATS
Stores DOMESTIC GOODS NOTIONS
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,1i Will: .a.re rejoiced te see !JtJ1d the of envy to the less successful, and idle are calling In their hands since the Proprietor, No. 432 W. Forsyth Street, "General. : ,
wilderness of weeds hatred reasonable and
envy fellow-lmps, Our prices' aro very we are prompt
.11 ) the bank building together with <\yer the north. In my family three Be careful to address your letter CLOTHING Etc.
and malice found in value for hii
1'91 I are usually generations'have voted the straight Re- shipping. One can depend to get good
the trash that ''had accumulated plainly.
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w 1 company ; but every one admires a publican ticket-myself, my eldest son money. we Sell to Dealers only.
I 'j there, has at last been cleaned up, man who has made a success of (D. P. Merwin), and my grandson (A.

and presents a (far theater appearance life, who by his own exertions has D. Merwin), who voted for his father, I -Send to the ADVOCATE office and Some "Special Bargains" in HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTHING,

v to ,the public gaze than, it has raised himself to the topmost rung larger who was majority elected to than the Legislature man that by has a get free Information respecting the new Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-Absolute \)

done for a long time (last ;.now, if of the ladder of fortune. We lived In Milford, aa will any be seen by the waterworks system for houses, farms, Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT
the old fence which is etc. No overhead tanks used. This is
unsightly : .
4 Americans paper I send
are essentially! a money ,, you.I POLLAK & CO.
said to be a fine invention. Circulars ,
to have for like
gradually falling pieces
i mere a great respect a paper
and in the
seeking
people as ar
the ADVOCATE that had the alltluougu sent to any part of the south, free. Fla.
torn dowa .and consigned to the tistic world he who is courage 32, 34 & 3P W Bay St. Jacksonville,
facile prin-
k the campaign to take so firm a
nH flame!, oa-e .of our time-honored his is I
ceps among -competitors stand for gold as you have done-espeeJ.
''u'' ; i eyesore would be entirely re looked up to and admired so will ally when you had so much opposition DEED blanks lOco each; $3.00 per 100, at
i the ADVOCATE office. JAMES PRITCHARD, President; W. M. BKOWN, Vice-President;
S 0 ; I moved. Let us hope that.weshall the great mass of the American In THusvlllo and other places along the
J I w have a little weather: cool enough East Coast. C. S. Schnyler, Cashier.
look and admire the
people to
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{ up What a calamity It would have beento
to make a fire pleasant, and that man who has amassed an immense Florida if Bryan ]h'been elected.
ti the neighbors will !toe called. in to fortune.It Your hotels would have been closed for INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

,'i' tl'i' help themselves to firewood. is common to hear the loud want of tourists, and the people who ,
have Interests in Florida: could not have
mouthed, windmill armed demagogue visited the state for want. of funds to get (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
IN a letter to the New YorkSun; rail at corporations and there. New York Dental Parlors I Authorized capital $100,000

i ,g a correspondent gives such .a clear trusts, and try to inflame the pas It is absurd to think that the south Paid $25,000
up capital,
can thrive unlesH the north does. What
{q ; { { /h} statement with regard to that,por. sions" of the "horny-handed sons of would Florida have beeu without the Permanently Located. Average deposits, $150,000
i tk ton. of, the 'late lamented Chicago toll. Many of these same men Yankee money that has poured in thereto "u.'u .__L.' L.
fi platform wttifii was directed" are daily receiving benefits from build her railroads, hotels, etc. P In iMutny opposite Stara' Rank ut ciuriuu
Transacts General Banking
I against the Federal authorities, these very corporations they so fact, all the improvements that have At No. 11 1 East Bay Street a

that we reproduce it aa being easily,: bitterly denounce, and are return. directly been made by has the been northern done directly funds, which or In- ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED Business.

"uuderntanded of the people;" '!lt ing evil for good, in manner cal have been spent lavishly by the tourists Price will be as Follow

1 would not, I take it, be contended culated to forever put a stop to and settlers. OoldFillinRs."......... .............. .81.W8sap g' Largest and Oldest Bank on the Mi
1 that the United States authorities the practice of generosity. We The gold Democrats should certainly other Fillings.... .. .. .//&Oto l.m
'I' receive large share of the credit whichIs I'lilteft. .. .'.. 8.00 to 10.01 Exchange gold on all'Foreign Countries.
t 1 cannot enter a. state to arrest n 'have heard men who 'habituallytravel a Full Bets(very best)... J2OOtolll.OO _
due them In helping to put down the
\ r a P it ( counterfeiter of its eo.lnr national on railroad passes revile the worst element that has ever arisen to Irregularities corrected. DIRECTORS:

h currency or u robber of its mulls very roads over which they ride destroy this government. Thank God Your patronage solicited.F. i of JAePRI'r01rARD.wn.RARNRTT(1'reeldel the National Hank of Jacksonville( ),J.';,
; ''1 'without obtaining the gracious permission without charge, denouncing their they did not succeed. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager. DCJRKEB (VIce-FrenltJent :National Hank-CJackHonvllle
1 of the Executive of that owners as oppressors and tyrants, WM. H. Msnwix. Phone 071. Jacksonville, Fla. ), and W. M UltO\\'jI.

I state before so doing. Yet the two and producing a mountain of talk CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard : York >n n
National Rank of New .
t S cases seem to me to be essentially nut of a molehill of fact, Judiciously [We have received great many more National Bank of JackmicviUe. '
r } (parallel the principles they in- mixed with plausible fiction. communications from our northern subscribers ) J. '
telling of the factories that are S. JOHNSON CO. 1"'X".rUSVILLE FL_&.
t41 .volve. I therefore regard the -denial ,We-should like to ask where would being started, the prosperous times in ,

ii of the paramount right to.protect this Hast Coast country be were it store for us, and praising/ the ADVOCATE Manufacturers of -
It : the mails and commeree mor not for the millionaires who have for assisting/ the sound money cause, but

j'' ring( between the states, over which interested themselves in its development we our regret publishing that our them.-ED.space will ]not ,permitof ....Fishing Supplies.... MIAMI

l I ; i, ,the constitution and acts of con ? What of lU"mlVhat -
I greet have made the president for of .Weet Palm Beach ? What of
i the .time being the custodian and any place in this section that has A RIGHT TO ]n .JOIC.-:.

', T j'' guardian, as vicious, revolutionary in the last few years felt the in f

1Y it and revolting. Mr. Bryan, if vigornting wave of the magic wandof Mr."On Mark Tuesday llanna'8 night:rooms there at gathered Republican in Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope, Town Lots Now Sale !

+4 elected, would be in honor bound wealth ? We have suffered! set headquarters, to receive and rejoice over Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. Fishing on
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5 t x 1 to enforce: this monstrous doctrine backs innumerable': but year by the election returns, twenty-four gentlemen Tackle of every Description; Hooks,
yl which, as it seems to me, involves year our circumstances( are steadily whose wealth aggregates\ !$238,000-:!; Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc.tr .
far .dan/oC"'rs to the improving thanks to the CMIO. A contemporary which fought TAKPOX TACKLE A SPECIALTY.
w grelLter / republic ; A E. KINGSLEY
j, ,, than the free silver heresy" money which is. being spent for hard Major with McKinley these president gentlemen apnears! to make to; be Baltimore, Md. General Agent For

our benefit. annoyed at this spontaneous rally of the
Railroad corporations are nec- millionaires, evidently deeming It a fact Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
TITUSVILLE TO MIMS. essary for tho development of a disadvantageous to the party which durIng ..J. H. MENSING..

;, -. new country, and without their aid the campaign set up" a claim to the
I ,. we understand-. that an effort fs the country' .would never be de exclusive' and possession solicitude of for honesty the national patriotIsm -Wholesale and Retail- CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

t ? being made by Col. D. L. Gaulden veloped. Millionaires, if an evil honor. It Is a groundless fear. There I
it to raise a subscription for building at all, are avery necessary and was no reason whatever. In pulley or COMMISSION MERCHANT, all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected

a road to dime composed of useful evil and of otherwise, why J. Pierpont Morgan, Fruit and
i! pine straw and palmetto ilbre, are certainly Colli" P. )Huntington, Andrew Carnegie, -) Dealer In (- Vegetable Lands on
i very much more use to their coun George Bliss, D. O. Mills and the remalnlug
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great quantities of which are at try than the army of dI8!, nslon. nineteen of the twenty-four Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Fruit, Vegetables rinmi River E mid Bay 33iscnyJ

; present heaped up on the premises breeding demagogues, who spend money grandees should not have gone to etc. Consignments solicited. Correspondence Solicited from
( 1 ..5 of the fibre *fa tory. We hope their lives stirring strife where Mr. Ilannit's rooms and made merry Prompt and honest returns. guaranteed. Actual Investors and Settlers.

Ih:, this project will meet with the success there should be up strife over the returns. The news aa It came Market quotations and stencils furnished Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA
1 no setting In proved to' them not only that they on application. ,
j it deserve employe against employer, and disturbing were not to be deprived of the solid advantage -
l The palmetto fibre is a tough the equilibrium of a naturally of the gold standard, but thata 210 WEST ADANS ST., --

d I a !f and lasting fabric, and ,when thoroughly well- balanced .people by pretty widespread delusion as to the Phone 38.1. JACKSONVILLE, FL.\.

;rf Ii ''t hardened by travel should their inflammatory and seditious' unpopularity of millionaires had been Reference: State Bank of Florida. FLORIDA
A would
dissipated. priori, one say that CHILL AND FEVER TONIC.
make fair material for
s a very a larangues. In a country of manhood suffrage the
road. In any case it would be a circumstance that all the wealthy men "VV'a1'ted..A J.'Wan.' :
great improvement on the sand of the land were with one party would
J t + through which we have to wade atpresent. TRAMPS ARE ARRIVING.Now cause the masse to be auspicious of it, In every section at once to sell staple Every Bottle Warranted to Cure any Case of Chills &: Feyerr
h "I In of the and Incline them, on the principle of self- goods to dealer; no peddling; experience
\ \ many part. Interest to take tbejother side. But assumptions unnecessary; best aide line. 975.00: a Or Money Refunded.H.
I state pine needles have been laid is the time that the gay cannot stand before facto. month. Salary and expense or large .

41 with good results, the .great objection and giddy tramp teeth from the The election shows that the millionaires, commission made. Address, with 3 cent R. THOMAS
\ ? being that they will not biting blizzards of the frost-bound Instead of being distrusted and disliked, tamp for sealed particulars Clifton Soap
a trusted and The Chemist and Druggist
are respected news and Cincinnati
Manufacturing Company,
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Fort Pierce. ASK the recovereddvpc
Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. |>tic., bilious G. G. SPRINGER
Bother
h ..urtcr.,'., victim of
,r- fever and nmir, the
,e ol I< ring/ature comparative state Send the ADVOCATK nn order for any S. W. Jennings has just completed a mercurial diseased i
rainfall the
( tempending and Jor job) printing need. nice cottage on his Taylor Creek y put lent :how there
you
ltoi; ] prop ieiihealthclueiml -
k Tuesday, Nov. 10-1895-, 181m.($ erty. vov spirits and goatptpeutethevwilltell! Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of

-1 1J11- MIS. MAX. MIN GOODE & GOODE.-Renl] Estate and The trndeboat Merchant, of New York you l>v {tiikinu 'MM
1:, ,ifA2x. Loans. Capt. W. hitching ball been auebol'cdoff : MONS LlVk.K KI.OU-,
73 81 72: Agents for ,,1otnll. London and e '
84 71 80
08 82 bit! Fire Insurance. Special] attention paid The item, ]List week regarding the Chc.pc.t. Purest and Bent Family
... 70 iiI N2 70 to the interests of non-residents. sidewalk, should have read : "Between Meittcln In th. World I Iwarranted ; -.--
80 Oil 81 74 Edgar: Town and For : CONSTIPATION!' lann
Fort Pierce.
AihoussnaeksSiCflt1AD.4CIIIVI,l''lie,
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u 9 78 64 82: flU!! H(>Tl.r. CARL : dice, hOUlt S'l"MAClt I : I
: of 1"1'110,
.. !82!:! 76 83 72 lleiuitlfiilly sltnateil. on a athORSIEuffFLver., Miss Lily Boll has started a nuiHlo lIt'nI.t\\II'n neprc.nn, .etc )'I'hla "nrlvnlled rem d 11 Ie I Distilled Water
I the week: 0:65:(; inches luokhiK the Indian River. FlrHt-cl.uTaTnccom.. class at the residence. of J. B. Merl- not to cuntain u ingle; particle of
for
rainfall inoiliitioim,anil but Ui
,ml rates I't'MMllualole.> wether.e wish her success In MlKCUHV or any mineral substance
I h irttn'a from normal rainfall for the *'. KOUJCKTSUN, IToj.rlctor. her new enterprise. every 'u it K IY v KC; 'l'Aln.B, ;
0.23 inches. Departure Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers. :
|i l i: minus continuing those Southern Hoots and Herb :
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normal rainfall since January 1, BRANCH &'\ NICHOLSON.-nc-alers In Lang Well, the election If over until the which an all-wine ravtdenue| has. place-it In
.. ) inches.J. Leaf "ula line Flouring( CeilliK and next time and the gold-bug 1110 the countries where !l.ivcr UmeaHcH' mc"t prcvnil. :
1185.0:1(: j1
u Observer. J.'illlshlllg umber, Melbourne, Fla. It will cur. all Dl"r.nen cauxtil by o.anlment \:_ FACTORIESCocoa
W. .CiioxK, ascendancy. The !silvwitcs\ here would ol the Liver anti llowclii.'
and West Palm Itaach.
not give up until the !last: returns came The 8\MPTO\IS of Liver Oomnlftlnt' are a 4

---- R. W. Goode made business trip to in; now they say : "Just wait until the bitter or bad luMtu in the mouth; Vain Iti the ,I .. .. .. .. .
Jacksonville next Back,Sides or Joint,often mistaken fur Klieumatmtitt --- -- --- -- -- -- - -- : ;
last
week, over the election nnd will see who
popular you hour Stomach Loss u( Appetite;
Banyan. East Coast Line. wins." Never mind, we will look forprspm'ous Bowels alternately cHtive and Il\xl; '''''\llachei;
1el Dr. times for the next four years, LOUD of Memory: : ;with' n iminfitl; Ht>n" ; [ SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS"; \r rI
,
L Ilughlett; was in town last Friday, and i having failed to do I HiimiMnuiK which ought to
am confident we shall have them.)
lops are suffering for want of rain In being called on a professional visit have born done; lability; Low !5plrlt, a thickEollow
II"I to The APVOCATK Is a true gold-bug and Mppuatunuu tit thu Skin sod ayes: u dry
Mrs.
section.' Cummings at Melbourne Beach, is to bo praised for its indefatigablework often mistaken [or Consumption.: ,

Itnvan Is the banner Democratic pre- who lies very low. during! the campaign. the!Sometimes: disetseatothersvvrv iimnv of theMe f"wl symptoms| but the attend LIVEN. I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First- 'i

It tof Brevard county. Mrs. Craft of Michigan is visiting:; i Is generally. the, .jut of the diHeaHC. ami if notHCtlllnle,1

lap beans are now being shipped with This her is her cousin the Hev. W. U. Barnes. THY a gallon of Losley, Kcnaker: Co.'sPure : DEATH In time will, rent, "ensue.The miQering. wretchednuRSuml class SEEDS in the State- i,
first .
titles; from Tropic and Brantley. visit to Florida and she Rye Whisky: at fcj.fll: (tl) a gal. following hihly| esicemoil perHoniBt !
Is
- well pleased with all she of Simiuotm, (Liver Rt'I1'IIII.tonO"n
to the virtues
van will follow suit in a few days. sees. W S. Holt Pr..... (>...1\:. W. l{. It. Co.: ; Rev. 2Sr: SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering elsewhere. All Seeds tested .Ii
of ( InIran Joe A. Wilkinson one of Kockledgo'spopular J.I Felder' J'"rry, Us.{ ('ul. .It. .... IIpRrk Alba before sent out. ,,'
Stewart Brantley was
.
|r. R. B. Miami. kny,(JRI; L. )IaetersonEsq.' Sh..rllf lIlbb C. .. !
last his young men, was a pleasantvisitor \ ... L. CAMERON Seedsman .. V
on Sunday visiting many "...,: Hon. Alexander 11. StltlIen.II ;
atFountainHeights, spending a ""- have tested its virtues piTsnnnlly. and
lids.Irowcrs li 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA
week with his for iiilioiwneK and ;
friend, A. J. Ooode.Dr. know that Uyspepnim
realizing satisfactory [Continued from 2nd page.] Throbbing Headache!It is the beat medicine the ,
are very ,
II. D. Brown world SllWe tried. forty other remediesbefore ; - - -- -
with ever
wife and
IPS for their winter crop of pine- baby Edwin Nelson late of Melbourne has '
arrived : !S/vanonsLiver: / KeftulHtor.but none Rave'
home last !Saturday night, from decided to build all of brick instead of n \IH more than I.'pornry..llefl; but tho KeiruImor -
lean Detriot, Mich., where they have been brick veneered building. Mr. Boone not only relieved, but cured us."-Eo. A Fertilizer for Fruit. ;
c-
R. C. Creech and family were spending the summer with relatives and will have charge. ;;U.OltAI'Il ANn MEasttNUbH. Macoll, U*
1 ting her sister Mrs. J. L. Casper at fiiends. MANDFAC1UKK1:\ OM1V HY
J. H. ZEILIN &. CO.; Philadelphia Pa. ,
Lie last.ur Wm.
colored sherIff
on Sunday Bowman a deputy
Rev. Geo. O. Barnes and his daughter, : "The Ideal Fertilizer "
was seriously cut in the left forearmby '" -'--'-- Pineapple ;
public school is running; along Miss Maria Barnes: of Sanibel Island, a colored woman named ,

otllly. The pupils are advancing arrived here Saturday evening to spenda Johnson, Sunday night. Dr. Maggie Baskln\ lays' visit to his wife's relatives.] Ho Price25.Oo: : :Par Te>n..
under the management of our week with missed famlliivr faces but found
the
Billy< or so Rev. W. C. Barnes droesed the wound a vein severed many ,
II i teacher, Miss Cellie Sams and family.Mr. being many friends to greet; him and wish him QUARANTINED ANALYSIS :.

Rev. W. D. Coleman, jr., of Utica N. joy. ,M r. and Mrs. Botsford will leave Moisture( .,8 to 10 Per Cent. 'I,
T. Chaffee'B stock of new dry Y., who has been visiting here for seven for their home atTalatka the latter partof +
Vero. goods is one of the hest ever brought to days, left on Monday: for Titusvillo, the week. .t to (II"I ,

this town, and people who go there to where he will spend several days before Phosphoric Acid. .5 to II" ,

. buy are treated with kind attention and going to Macon Ga. He will not go to Dr. W. E. Garland who has been a Potash (Actual]), .(II I to 8" I
LIB. J. C. Wlllsey was visiting Missy politeness by Messrs. Chaffce and Lock- Utica for several weeks.It Uncut of Mr. Hays, at Aspinwall, the
[ Gilford, Monday. wood.E. pant fortnight, left last Friday for bin Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal Nitrate of Soda, lllood, hone
" > has been stated, on'good authority, home at St. Louis,Mo., very much pleased Dissolved Phosphate, Kino Ground Tobacco Stems, and Sulphate of I'otnsh.
*'m. Sermons of Eau Gallle, is garbing P. Wright] and wife, also his two that Banker W. M. Brown, of Tltuavllle with Ills visit Dr. Garland, by Mn {ST"" Write for directions for lining and further particulars; alm ask for
on the Crosby,place. grand-children arrived in town last and Miami will erect a summer resi genial good nature and sociable guall- copy of "Economical: Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry n largo stock of till FertlU .

11. T. Gifford has just received a large week from Cleveland O. They intendto dence in the suburbs of New Haven Ct. ties,, made a host of friend during\ his zor Material, Cotton SeoI1\ual.\ Tobacco Dust Potash etc. Write for prices before -

Inpkln, measuring 48xUO inches and spend the winter with us, and we all The plans have been drawn by Architect abort sojourn among/ ua, who will bo delighted buying.[ We seek the growers trade direct.I ,

pithing 50 pounds as a present from welcome this family) and wish more like W. H. Boone, anti It Is said they aresuperb. to welcome him .again the com WILSON &L TOOMER '

II. Wier, of Toledo. them would come this way. ing winter, should he find It expedientto ,
p. On come back to be benefitted( by our The Fertilizer House of Florida !
Thursday A drunken
Ura. W. II. Wiggfleld, the Misses LeeJe evening the 5th Inst., wench was seen on Miami'sstreets Florida climate which the Doctor extola ,
about forty of Miss Jessie Goode'sfriends last week. She reeled from ono
and Josie and Wier Jacksonville Fla
Wiggfleld Hugh trouble with
throat ,
for
highly ,
met at Fountain Heights to side of the street to the other and very
Giffordfamily ,
lot.. Toledo H.
were visiting T. which he has been afflicted .. ,
celebrate her
birth attracted -
with deal --
of attention. -
D last Saturday. All reported anniversary, a groat ---- -
lea ant time. music dancing and a good supper. A Drunken men are curiosities In :Miami, ------- '

J pleasant time was enjoyed by all present. and it Is not known Into what class a TUY a gallon of Lonley Honaker & Co.'a Fred k. S. Morse

JI Harry Eyer, ono of Cocoa's bright drunken woman can be put. Fare Rye Whiskey at fU.oO\: a g.vl.: ] >< x- j

I Malabar. young/ business men, was a welcome Now that McKinley is ducted] MiamiIs ----' -- .

visitor to our city last Thursday.' lIe all astir in regard to his cabinet; for, Reams.Ned

was very much surprised to find such a if reports are true, a good-sized plum REAZI ESTATE: ;
llr.[ C. W. Bolton was a visitor to flourishing little town and such nice may be secured by an Individual from ,

lint on Sunday. people. He was a guest at Hotel Carle- the lower end of Dade county, as he has LaUocho returned from his visit

illss!( Isa Forest spent Saturday at Bay ton while here. stated that he would make an application to Courtonay on Tuesday and ia once J.WX.A.J.WX": : :Dad.o 00., FLOn.XDA.: ', :
for the office of of t
secretary state hard at work.
'w, visiting friends. Capt. C. Schoonmaker of Cocoa wasIn more
and stood chance of It. ;
a gqod getting AGENT FOR LANDS OF
llr. C. C. Carroll made a business trip town two days last week, on business Wo have string beans large enough for -- -----,
I Tillman with R.V.. Goode. The captain enjoyed shipping and the young lllIntlllll'o In a
I notary public on Tuesday, In his capacity the grand bon-fire and torch-light nr- If you need any job printing, we healthy and Nourishing condition.The Florida East Coat Rnilway Company, ; ,

procession given In honor of McKinley'sI'epublloan shall be pleased to get a share of it. of Indians who] Florida Coast Lino Canal & Transportation Company,
Invitations are out for a ball at Oak victory, the night of the band are campIng j
Boston Florida
the market & Atlantic Count Land
llge this (Friday) evening. IHalabarII 4th; also the able speeches made by E. on the WONt side keep Company. ,

I be represented. P. Branch and Col. E. P. Wright. Eau Gallic. supplied with fresh venison. -- --- -------- --- -.

Wr.( and Mrs. and Last Sunday afternoon Mr. Ceo. Braddock went up to Sebastian -
Joseph Conkling a large con-
Idren are expected home this week, gregation met in the Episcopal church ; on Tuesday, and polled one of the The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
The schooner Queen was at our wharf .
votes that was as naught.
\er upending the summer In Texas. to; listen to the Rev. W. O. Barnes deliver -
on Monday, for a short time. .
) one of his most excellent sermons, All who have noticed the moon knowIt ,
Jeans
badly. Strawberries
at Rev. W. C. Barnes' son, William Ferguson tapis, to be given in the near future. Hill Tiger says, "ho stay; no cold."
LATE
are now in bloom and the berries Dr. II. D. Brown's Ern- ( CUAI'lAjUDLOW./: .) ,
Il 1 be much earlier this year than last. esta; Thelma and Mr. Geo.daughter W. ,Bell'sdaughter Rev W. C. Barnes had bill ]launch, In reply to the statement of the correspondent '

11'' E. B. Arnald led the Christian En- Bernice Waterman.Mrs. Jean, out on Hodgson's ways, ]last week, from Sebastian, I will give a South Jacksonville, Florida.
for repairs. few words that panned between ono of
Fivor last MANUFACTURER
Sunday. There was a good OF -
Geo. Haslehurst gave a delightful the oldest and bent informed settlers in c
endance and the of Mrs. A. A. Ford will leave for Titus-
subject foreign
sinus was thoroughly discussed. Mr. party to a number of her friends, vllle this week, on an extended visit to the Narrows, and myself, on his reading
W. Bolton will lead last Friday evening in honor of her her parents.Rev. the Sebastian item: Ho said: "Do you FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and ,
next Sunday._ friend, Mrs. A. :H.:; Botsford, of Palatka.A know who writes the Sebastian Items?" ,

p'lie boys have organized-or are about bountiful supper was served to all, S. F. Govo preached to goodly I replied "I do not." lie said i "Well,
organize/ we are not sure which-a and dancing was kept up until near mid- sized congregations last Sunday, at the he evidently don't know what he 1 Is talk- Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material
ball nine. They have a ball ground night, when all left for their homes Baptist church Ing about and doesn't uso his eyes." I ,

ved, and are having a little practice. with expressions of thanks to Mrs.laslehurst Mr. and Mrs. Bethel Stewart, Bovine, say "ditto" nnd] so will every one who Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dost Kanit Etc Also
[ and daughter Miss[\ ,
Annie know whereof ho
ion they in
get good working order we visited relatives In town on Sunday: at- speaksSt. '
"Il 1 give further details. for a delightful evening's entertainment.Rev. tending church In the forenoon. The ramous: :: ard.-T:1nJ.os: : :: X3rau:

here Geo. O. Barnes of Sanibel Island Ammonia. ,4 to B per cent j
['ra were fifty persons present at the Is delivering a course of sermons at the The steamer Spartan carried a Jolly]] Lucie. Available PhoH. Acid.. ,O to 8 per cent J for #25.00 Per Ton.

: visitors meeting ftom last Valkarla Saturday and evening twelve; Methodist church nightly which are beIng beach party to Ocoatlus on Monday -- Potash K 0.I( to 7 per cent ) '
Those excursions becoming quite
>ra Grant. A good was enjoyed by all who hear him, and and are enjoyable. The woods are full of quail around St. Illgheiit Commercial Value given our brand In the lust Ilulletln. Write for
programme are
'"'"red, and all social the; hearts of all are touched by his i popular, very and hunted PrlceH. Orders for :2 ton and for our' brands will bo delivered\ free .f all
enjoyed a good, Lucia this are being
me. One gentleman who has an earnest talk, and the sweet songs sung Mrs. Valentine, of Tillman, and her little. year freight charges to any railroad depot on tho,East Coast at catalogue price, until

r the good and beautiful], said ho countladies eye- by his lovely daughter, Miss Barnes, friend, Mrs. Knox of Denver, Col., after very further notice

-. most of them Spe- ably assisted by her dear father. We several days' visit at Hotel Granada returned The St. Lucie school has opened up .. ., .. .. :
young. -- - -- -- --- -- -- -
II i features of to-morrow's are truly a favored town to have these to Tillman on Monday's train. with 10 scholar, with Alias Jennie -
(Saturday)
people visit in this and Burnett in charge. DUREN & FEASTER ,
good us
'Ming ,
will be: Debate, resolved that way Capt. :Murray Lourcoy has removed .....
those who fortunate to hear
lorality Increases with Civilization." are enough his fish business to Woodley. Ills fami- C. J. Schonnmakcr, of Cocoa, was a

ew"tie will Maniac also"be a play entitled "The them never can forget it. ly have returned to their former residence hurried visitor at /tit.: Lucie Tuesday GROCERIES, FRUITS &: VEGETABLES. Florida and ,
Five characters are in at New Smyrna. evening.

I.represented Worm and by Leslie Messrs.Ware John Clohecy, TRY gallon of Losley, Renaker & Co.'s Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold The Western Union established their Western Meats of All Kinds, Crockery, Glass and Tinware '
Misses Vir-
i line, Carroll and Henrietta;Starck. It Pure Rye Whiskey, at fti.GO a gal. Episcopal service at the Casino next operator in charge hero Tuesday last, Your patronage 80licl tell. '

[omiHes to be quite good. Let all come Sunday morning at 1010.:: Evening service and we now have telegraphic communication TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

ft t, and have a full house. with lecture at :H30.: A cordial Invitation with the outside world. ,
Roseland.Col. - '
Is extended to all, to attend O'
Mr ThoH. Paine anlllttle Mamio Kay '
these services. have been In the St. Lucle hospital dur !

Stuart.Pompano II. D. Kuffner has been having An entertainment by members of the ing the past week, but are convalescent GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !

his buildings re-slilngled. Sunday school and others, will be givenat at this writing.

) are coming In, and the tlsh- F. Comstock of Malabar, is painting ning the for Casino the to-morrow benefit of (the Saturday Christmas) eve- Judge Jones. and] J. Frank Wooten
men are happy. Ercildoune Inn. were hid off In this part of the county
tree fund. last Sunday telling their wives they LITTLE :sa os. t
<';house n- Blair has Just finished painting L. C. Moore has received a shell Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. :Merrill: \ of were In attendance upon divine services ....
the regular Flagler color. crusher, and is preparing/ to shell the '
Kansas City, Mo., who had just arrivedto at fort I'lerce.Three

G: n- Blair and J. C. Frink made a walks and drives around Krclldoune Inn. spend the winter at their beautiful deers on the back of a broncho, PBftn IZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

UlneSIl trip to West Palm Beach and A few ducks have arrived in the Sebastian place at Tropic, were compelled to re was the sight that met -
your correspond
FP'ter' this north the sudden demise of Mrs'
week. river and are already quite shy. turn by
ent's a few days since, being the result
TheechoonerMerchant The first arrivals were shot before they Merrill's mother at Muscaluie, Iowa or eyes John Itichardt' effort In this Of: Jaolilsonvillo: : ='1s.., ,
; Capt. Walter lad a chance to settle on the water. leaving last Thursday.The '
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l"ng; of this place, is expected: to section, for a ctmple of hoar Are Offering Thoir -
five' in port shortly. :Mr.: and Mrs. L. C. Moore\. went to Board of Aldermen met ]last Sat- the
The last precinct In United States
and resolution "aA11 .Ari. L : sasid"at :: ::
Moore passed a
The 8chooner Melbourne Monday. Mr. returned urday evening of America was officially heard from last! '
Ie, Is Manatee of St. Angus- the same day, Mrs. Moore following providing for a tax: ]levy, to meet the ex "
In FrldJI,. Capt. Henry Parker passed
port. Capt. U8K Is down of helling our streets.' The way tho Low Price of
king after his pineapple plantation. i on Tuesday.In Is penile and work work will be through St. Lucle, en route to Tltusvllle Exceedingly .
clear
and their now with the ballot box of the Fort Drum
regard to good roads
"iun.lay& school every Sunday at the influence on intending; settlers, it has commenced without further delay; NO returns. 'l. ..... .'! ..... $25 Per 'To"Ammonia. -
1PI 1 church. Services begin at 3 I shelled roods are nn assured thing. A .
] k sharp, and everybody ia 'Invited been my experience that the present resolution providing for a sidewalk Ducks are coming south by the myriads

attend fence ']law has kept away. many more along the north side\ of Oth street, panned and] lien Sony I I..* fixed up for themIn ( . ,.. .. . ,', ,R/ to 8 per cent -
There people than the poor roatla." Of course a second reading. great shape. Ha has a regular duck Guaranteed Analysis", i { Available rbophorlc Acid , ,4 to fJ'. ,

,t was shooting: scrape In Stuart to tourists and many of the winter residence that- The launch Granada brought a blind-boat anchored mid-stream surrounded < Actual Potash .'. . . .3 to.4 ,
Sunday Blht One negro was Bhot /good roads are something partyo' by decoy, and are killing themin
;rough the thigh, and another WM will naturally Interest them. But the ladies to A ?lnwall on /Saturday afternoon great quantities. :Manufactured\ : from the Purest Ammonlate, Super-phosphate, and Potashes
fly bruised Intending settler does not worry himself who took pleasure in inspectingthe Nothing better for Pineapple, Vegetable] aDd present condition of the Orange
Card about how he Is to haul Ills produce, pineapple plantation of Mewtr Alowall *- Senator Quay, In company with ids Tree .
Schroeder has launched his racer, while he sees that he will\ have to hustle > Hay, Me All Inter and other brother, two sons and several friends A fine stock of all kinds] of Fertilizer Material] constantly on hand. -W
Will Pompano I be and 'wil1 meet all comers. around to raise money to fence out a Mesdames Valentine, Knox, Hanna Geo. Including Mr. (junb), our recent candi- Write for Pamphlet and Price ,
atered remembered that this boat few $3 cattle and hogs before he can J. Gleaiton sod I A. W. Sweet comprised date for gubernatlonal honor, arrived I
In the racea here last year. even raise anything to haul. During my he party which wan escorted over the her. Monday evening In a private car. .LITTLE_ BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO., "

11n R McPherson left the first 01 the several visit to northern points, the plantations by Mr. (}. W. Hays, who taw The senator and party contemplate Jacksonville. Fla.

eek for :Nebraska to visit her father, people with whom I talked about FlorIda that each lady carried home a pineapple pending quite a while at their private "Jiiitir
ho I I. dangers ilL Mr. McPherson and its resources seemed! more Inter- a* a memento of the visit car, the Mayflower, was returned the <

mpanled his wife as faras Tltu.vUle. ned ,about the fence law than good Alber S. BoUford now of Palatka,but next morning.! THE "ADVOCATE" does flrst-class, ap-to-date '


s Bacacchb where he wt on Tueeda11rom to atteDd a oado. lag formerly been a a member merchant of the of our Arm town of 8eott bar-, WINDOW SHADES, mattings, shoe, JOB PRINTING and we are prepared meet all CompetitionIn "

Sting on the CqQJlty Comn lt.loB r 'Remember the ADVOCATE Titu BoUford A Tate, when this town w a men' pants, millinery and dre *goods. ,

Ork, }1 the P *lio roads hen will go vIUe, doe all kinds of job printing. Give railroad terminus and famine wu more all price and styles. prices. Gin ns a trial order. ;
and &8 rapidly M poMibte. u. .a share of yon work.] aourlihln.; than now, I* here on a few I GAKDHXB *: WALKJCB, Tltusvllle. ;;

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tl '1. 6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 13. 1896.

.. "It; 'I /nl"1vA\ '
f.,. 1
Th Danger of Tn.....,.. 1 SOCIETIES, ETC.

t ''I'I ZEKE'S FATAL AMBITION. THE OLDEST It is a great aggravation of the danger
PYTHIAS. 1
OF
KNIOIira
..
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of that
Turkey she has so little to hope
0 "; "I ::1&. :Repeated. FHhU and His Sot_ from revolution. The constitutional reform Seminole Lodge Vo. 30. hnlil* Its meeting at v.
the Court lioune tile lint four Thtiriulay uven
Finally Ended All Ills Trouble
AND THE BEST proposed by the Young Turkish legs of each month at 8 o'clock ]I" in.
I I After finishing supper at the littler party has nothing to rest upon Turkey L. T. COODY 8. D. GEIGER
cabin where I had put up for the night is a military empire in which there arE C. C. M.of F. & K. of R. &: 8.

& I I seated myself on a log in the front Cough-cure the most prompt and three forces, the house of Othman the

';, yard and was noon joined by the o lAd effective remedy for diseases of the army and the Mussulman mob, and none INDIA. IUVER GUARDS.

I i woman who was keeping house all throat and lungs. is Ayer's Cherry of the three desires a puppet master governed Drill at the Armory, over. county jail.every. '
El :t'' alone. In answer to my question if her by talkers or by the pashas whc rue day evening in the month at 8 o'clock.
k 1'ectoral. As medicine
i an emergency A.T. FKAsTEUCal'taID.
? husband was away she answered: "have assimilated civilization" and
r tlyiirj "He ar', stranger. Old.. Zeke has bin for the cure of whom old Mussulmans despise. A Christian z, : '

dead 'bout a y'ar. Tcrbacker killed Croup Sore Throat regime Is out of the question until INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD ,TEMPLAR3; P,, ; w

I him." And she puffed away on her old Lung Fever and.' the shells have dropped in Constantinople Titusville Lodge No. 17 meeta every Tuesday '
corncob pipe.'I' Whooping Cough evening 7:JO in Presbyterian church. Puult cyghG
and there is no Turk Arab or renegade meetings Brut Tuesday In each" month.C. :
; "Smoked or chewed himself to death, who has any firm hold on the armyor A. GARDNER G. W. SCOBIE,
Ih AVER'SCherry
I eh? Beo't. C.T.
any persuading repute with the gen pr
(
i' '(5
'I'/ "Yes; Zeke's year on this airth eral body of the population. Ibrahim ..
,,: i I'yl' j was spent smokln like a steam injine. Pectoral Pasha could have founded a new dynastyif M-

,: l, He allna utter be a decent smoker until cannot be equaled. the powers had let him alone but in CHURCHES.

a> new brand o' terbacker cum this way K. M. BIIAWI.EY the Turkey of today "tall poppies" have t
( with little slips o'. paper in 'em and D. D. Dis. Sec. of ceased to exist and outside the houseof ErISCOPAL CHURCH. '

i hq then he smoked hisself crazy." ,.- the American Baptist Othman no one whom the Ottoman 8rvloes the 2nd and 4th Sundays In each -4 IQj
p -
I "Oh, you mean prize coupons came Publishing Society. Petersburg clan would endure can be so much as month,at 11 a. m.and 7:00 p.m. Sunday schoovery
>Sunday at U:JO a. m. Evening prayer at 'I
i ; t in the packages don't yon?" for violent service ( T.
r Va.,endorses it, as a cure discerned. B p. in. on Wednesday Litany every .
l I "Yep-kowpons they called 'em.J1'111' colds bronchitis etc. Dr. Brawleyalso The hereof of Mecca is the next Friday at 10 a. m. .
Hi : : i 60 kowpona you got a bed tid. fur Rv. B. F. BBO, K. Rector.:
w adds: To all ministers suffering highest figure in the orthodox: Mussul
75 a ha'r mattress fur 100 a watch from throat troubles I recommend man world and he is a pure Arab
IS ,ffiI, and 200 kowpons got you a shot<
i G r jest drnv the old man wild when he proved bis commission by a great victory I Regular services every first third and fourth
e I AVER'SCherry and TKK) m. Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New.
Sunday
F I heerd about it and he started in to win would refuse to obey. Within the Sundays at 11 a. in. p. \0rk., \
: 4'r School Sunday at 10-00: a. m. Epworth
E'i every The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comanciie"
t 1' lgl that bed tid or tusk""And house of Othmau there is little hope. League each Sunday at\il:.30 p. m. Prayer meeting !
P did he win it?" I asked. every Thursday night at 7:00: p. m. The ( "
new)
i The nearest heir is not sane, and among Ladles' Aid Society meets every Wednesday "Algonqnin,, "Iroquois, "Cherokee, iiQID$ IO
"Ue could 'a' had it if he'd bin satisfied PectoralAwarded the princes no one excites the kind of at 3:00 p. m. Everybody welcome at our church
JI !, but when he got that fur he was confidence which induces men to place services. NorthBound.Steamers .
V .L F. M. C. FADS Pastor.PRESUYTERIAN are to sail according to the tide
1 IJ jest dyin fur a ha'r mattress. Waal appointed
for their sakes their
heads in The
Medal at World's Fair. periL From JACKSONVILLE >'LA., ( ), Sundays, Tuesdays ThnmiJ
t
ole Zeke smoked and smoked and puffed present sultan, though a feeble man is From CHARLESTON 8. C.. Mondays Wednesday andTXl,'
and puffed and got thinner a shudder, AVER'S PILLS Cure Liver and Stomach Trouble not of a kind which dies early-indeed, CHURCH. For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dully fifttl

and he was on bit lust legs when he got It may be taken as an axiom that convenient Services every !Sabbath at 11 a. rn.and7.30p.in. SouthBound.Steamers .
Ill 1 f'' them 75 kowpotw. deaths never happen-and sultana Sunday school at 11:0&11: a. III., Chas.. Gardner, are appointed to sail from Her 20, East River New York at 3 m as full,
j Supt Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening n
"And then he died?" For CHARLESTON;,8.C Mondays Wednesdays, .
and ,
1. Tb. TJnlverwU Tank**. while reigning are beyond aasus- at 7:JO. The public are cordially invited to attend For JACKSONVILLE: FLA.? ,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays surd 1'dd PHI.
r "Nope; he might have rekivered A Yankee Is a bandy nun- sins' reach. The ,only real hope for our serv ces.
1; t, P'' if he'd boon satisfied with the ha'r mattress Nona handler than be. Turkey is a great vizier who is also a' H. M. GOOOFLL, Paotor.

i ; but when he got that for nothin Whatever He'll do there'it handsomely.to do or plan permanent favorite of the palace, and Clyde's. St. Johns River Line.DE .
(
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would satisfy him but a watch. How he the rise of such a man is no more to be BAPTIST CHURCH.
did hanker for watch I Waal, he nearly Apple paring cattlnir, drying: looked for than the rise of a. leader of Preaching every second and fourth Sundays ( BARY LINE)
I t busted his back drawin on his pipe and Pumpkin growing doughnut frying I the English Liberal party who shall be morning and evening. Prayer Meetings every The Elegant Iron Sldewbeel Steamer
Cherry bounce and older making; Wednesday, evening at 7:00: o'clock. Sunday
V ', he finally got 'nuff kowpons fur the Pork and bean. and ralnoe pie baking; at once great and new.-London Spec School every Sunday at 0:45 a. m. Also preachIng CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.CAPT. .
i ,I watch, and was goin over to git it when Buckwheat. cake. and flapjack turning; tator. i first. Sunday at LaGrange I Second Sunday, W. A. SHAW.Is .
I I he happened to think of the shotgun Butter making. milking, churning. Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend. appointed to sail as follows t
i and was detarmined to have iv. Codfish drying muokerol. catching. ; A Layer of th. Oman Fourteen Fat Thick.. B. A. GEIGER Pastor. Leaves Jacksonville, 8:30 p in, Sundays.Tuesdays and Saturdays for J Fait!I
r Mending regulating patching: Sanford tntedrrlse!: and intermediate landings on the a Hlver. 1
", 'i i> i "And that did the business for Soldering, tinkering shingle splitting; Some recent: figures compiled by the ,Leaves Sanford t>.00 a. m., Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jacknon>'Hie.
43 : him?" Wood clock making, Jackknife whittling; meteorologists who have been workingin CATHOLIC CHURCH.

J r ( "Yep; the ole man's hoggishness Tough horn spoon and wood bowl turning conjunction with the bydrographio Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In new SOUTH Read ROUND down 8CHEDULE. NORTH head IIUl

t ( f killed him stone dead. He was moat Human Planning.nature, Bohemiag always digging learning grading: ; surveyors give one a grand idea of the Church building North Titusville. Children's Leave 8.36 p.rn. ................ .........JackRonvll1e.... ..................... Anne 3JOa up.
1 thar and had only two more kowpons bone amount of water which Is annually catechism at 8 p. m.REV.J..F. O' OYLE,Rector.How's .. 8.46 p. m. ............................Palatka........ .... ................ Leave sap
Dickering jook.7lDlIlIDd trading; from the 3.00 a. m. ........... ... ........... Astor... .... ............ ........... .. 3.00p.
to git when he jest fell over gave a Ciphering calculating nrowlng; evaporated oceans, seas and 4.36 a. m. .. .... ........ ...........8t. FrancIe........................... 1.30..
kick or two and his troubles ended. Cutely guMelng ramming, rowing; lakes. The great majority of thinking 5.30 a. m. ... .... .. Ilereetord. .. .. 12.00 .
war Teaching dancing, singing fiddling; e.0e .... ..........Blue aprings. ................ ... .
a { Shuck his hide but when I think of the Btlll Inventing, trading, puddling. people have long known that the amountof : This! Arrive 8.30 :: :: ::::::::::::::: ::::::::..I..Sanford..:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: 11.n etas; a

t ha'r mattress or bed tld I might hey water ;yearly precipitated from the hundred dollars rewardfor .. 11.26 .. m. .............. .... ........EDterpl'l ... .... .................. sacs
now only for old Zeke's A Tank I. a handy man, clouds is something almosttoo enormous We offer one .... .. ..... ................80. Flu Railroad Wharf (Sanford).. ..........................12iOp!
,
4 onery sotness, Too cannot fall to BBC any case of Catarrh that cannot be
( '! / it makes me madder 'n blazes and I for estimation or calculation but it is cured Hall's Catarrh Cure. Cen'l Jacksonvlll
If there' a thing to do or plan, by Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,
4jr r don't take a bit of comfort in smokin He'U do it bandeomely. doubtful if any except the experts in F. J. CIIENEY& CO., Props Toledo, O. 1

t anybody's terbaoker!"-Truth.i1 Mew York 8_. that line have ever even approximated We, the undersigned, have known F.J. J.A.LESLIE, Supt. JNO.L.HOWARD. Fla.Fr't Agt. F.M.IRONMONGER<< JR.,Fla.Tan.A|
i I the actual amount. from the series of Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

k Another Lie Malted. Cuba'. oonrarlng| Experiment. tables compiled by the investigators in him perfectly honorable in all business Tam O. Eooiw,T. M, A.J COLE:, General Passenger Agent M. U.CtDE,A.T)
tr : I, this special line it that the transactions and financially able to carry
Bill Haw was an awkward ungainly Cube is furnishing a nearby exampleof appears B BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
'C their firm.
) young man whose life was. spent on a the beauties of government!regulationof clouds take np a layer from all oceans, out West any&obligations Truax Wholesale Druggists \VM. P. CLYDE &: CO., General Agents
Kansas farm. He lived near the little the value of money on the Bryan seas and lakes which if it could all be Toledo, 0.Welding 5 Bowline Green New York. 1,> So: Delaware A*.,Phlladelpli|

tation of Hackney, and on one occasion plan. Captain General. Weyler had a seen at once, would appear like a layerof Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale

''t came from a nearby town on the train. deficient supply of ouch, and so he had 14 feet in thickness taken from the Druggists Toledo, O.

4 i It dashed up toward the platform at a the Banco Eapunol put out a lot of paper surface of every body of water on the Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

high rate of speed. The engineer tried money and issued a stringent edict globe.[ This enormous amount of waters acting directly upon the blood and

';a 'f to apply the airbrakes to stop the train, hat everybody should take it at par evaporated from the earth's reservoirs mucous surfaces of the system. Price,
but they refused to work. He whistled with gold. As the island la practically each 865 days, but it is done so gentlyand 75o. per bottle. Sold by all Draggists. Florida New York,

J u u t for the hand brakes and the brakemen under martial law here was government the return is so gradual that but Testimonials free.JTAMPS. Philadelphia and Boston.I

1i t; and the conductor began twisting them control of the currency at its best little if any difference can ever be noticed -
in their levels. This certainly Sailing from Brunswick. Ga, direct to New lurk|
1''i as if their lives depended on stopping If you didn't take the bunk bills at par
the train. you were liable to be shot.. Even Bryanlonldu't gives[ one a graphic idea of the wonderful PASSENGER SERVICE.
ky. Bill that do more for silver than that. force of nature.-tit. Louis Republic, RUBBER WHY NOT HAVE YOU t "A
v t saw something wan the mat- Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot),
tor and he conoluded that he was the But did the edict keep the bunk notes at WORK DONE BY QUICKCHEAPANQARELIABLr RAiL," F. C. &: P. R. U., on Thursday only 4:00: p. in Arn|
TKNI'.ILK1EALS Iirunswlck T M on
p. in. Passengers going at once
i i cause of it. The train wan past the station pure Not for a day. Almost instantly steamer.
w and he feared they were at a diaoouut which Boon FAITHFUL MEN OR BRASS FIRM. STEEL DIES. WA). Brunsvri
/ Ile.. he would be taken WANTED Through car without transfer, Jacksonville to |
( pMt his home. Standing on the lower amounted to 20 per cent. Even with to travel for responsible SEALS. MASS CHECKS.- PROPOSED SAILINGS

I i platform he gave a wild leap off the gnus and bayonets you cannot make 80 established house in Florida. Salary TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIES Lv New York,Pier 21 E. R,3:30d. m, Standard Time.) Lv.BinarrliFriday ,I

train. cents equal a doll a.. Weyl has had to $780 and expenses. Position perman STEEL svaasaklrxt BIGGEST PLAN! Oct 0. .......................COLORADO....,..,.....,...... ....... Frlda>' (Oct t
pI( In describing Bill's descent afterward give[ up trying. He han finally allowed ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed woatis. Frldn........................:RK OKANDE. .....,.............. .. mday,0ct.lFriday ,
; i IN THE SOUTH let, 23..... ................ ... I
y stamped envelope. The National Star .. ... COLORADO.... ... ........ ....t rlilay, Ocl
h s I the postmaster at Hackney, who had the Havana Stock Exchange quote the Insurance Bldg. Chicago. Friday} tat. BO.............,............ ....UO GRANDE...... ....... ..........Friilay, NOT I
f 1 '1, /neon Bill's flight through the air said: value of the bank bills) in' gold. We Friday, Nov. 0..... ............... .........COLORADO_ u__ ............_._u._ __._._._...'.... ....*rld y. \ar

2 Ii ; ; "I thought! some one had thrown a saddle were going to say that this proves the _hh For,general 'information, steamers, tratD81.rates. etc. apply to any railroad agent or to
fi N off the train. Bill rolled off all In a powerlessness of law to establish.; the \.P. MV 'Sly, Agent.H.: H.RAYMOND Fernanillna,General Fla. CHA8.Southern DAV1ES,Agent Brunswick, 220 W.O.Bay St JacksontH
Agent a.
) bunch. When the dust settled down Bill value of money, but we remember in C. H.I\IALLORY.G1Ineral Agent, Pier 20, E. River, and 302 Broadway, N.Y.
4'' a ; Iy emerged from the confusion with his time that Cuba has leas than 8,000,000 Things to Make the Thoughtless Think
clothes nearly torn off him, his face and population to our 70,000,000; that she

,? 4i t hands skinned and an appearance of ter. never put down the greatest rebellion of THAT THE RIDER OF A

4 ( ror on his face. He actually turned over modern tunes; that her inhabitants are .................................,.................................................................
i eight times after he jumped before he not the richest, proudest t. most: intelligent A Boon to Florida !

I / stopped. people on earth and so we are not KEATING BICYLE E-:-

i i "That is a lie!" exclaimed Bill who so rare. Her case is only a part of nniersal ............................... .................................................................... t
it? had listened to the narration "I never experience but we have changed

turned over eight times. I only turned all that.-New York Poet. Enjoys his trips more than other riders Water Works for Your Homes 1

? over five times. I ought to know. I BECAUSE
,
? counted 'em.New York Sunday Want the Bat TootsThe Ills wheel is lighter. The long chain gives easy move ,
d World. farmer and the mechanic must ment. The polish of the bearings aids that glide-that
Etc. under
I be free to use the very best tools and easy glide-that pleases.Art your own Control

A Pane.log Watcher. implements, and the merchant and : Catalogue f,..&.. In Stamp..

N Lawyer (to butcher)-See here, now, banker must be free to use the very best KEATING WHEEL CO., Holyoke Mass.
I've traded with you for five or six money and instruments of credit An
f i! I t years and you have never employed me honest and stable measure of value is YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO

once. just as necessary to both aa are honest '

h I I Butcher-I know but if I had employed md stable measures of weight and THE REST,
i you I shouldn't have had any quantities, and it requires no argumentto

!al'' money to carry on my own business show that without these .it would be Used with open and driven wells
', with; then where would you be when impossible to transact the ordinary busi
I l :you wanted .a butcher?-Boston Transcript nets of the country.-Hon. John Q. springs and lakes. A few minutes workat

.M Carlisle. an air pump delivers the water allover
w I
your house with pressure. No cost u
SEE THAT CURVE.
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., to operate. No windmill or overhead

tank. Simple and durable.
< y,1n,
II Write or apply for particulars to the SUCH ER'S y '
ADVOCATE toDearly Pneumatic Water Works if : t
$250,000To or .
I System. 2\\ q
r9r FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY tar either Domestic i
rl Parslow & Co., or Public rmrpoeei. s
D ear I";, Parelow St Co., J I ASs
4 >
iI. to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.
1 Bo < I (Successors ) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PAftaiOW, Man ,
T"... .....
Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise. _

j} Given Away c'H.4.s.: : e:: z: viz: < CO..
A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.We .

i valuable purchased in January last the immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet DEALERS IN _
f't this year in music and musical Instruments of The A. II. Campbell Co. We are closing out P1n.e
r ,articles to smokers'ofBlackwell's the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full -.gvl.n.es: and: Liquor
celebrated Conover New England Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos.
i"fPf line of the <417.< 4k flIt, W. St.
Bay ,
We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $:JOO! more than we

ask for them : JACKSONVILLE .. FLA.
f Conover.t style K, wal I..,.............. .......$3M HalnesBro.*., style 6, mah.. .....i..........sjoo
: .> .' K, .b...... ............. ..... 8'.16 Schubert, 18........................ era Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from $1.76
I Genuine J.eb ............. .... .. :2so Maloolm Lore, wal................... :300 to t3J1O per 11 0n.
t i .. J, we......................... 900atu Steinway eb.................... goo: Brandies from$1.T5 to 13.75 gallon.
per
M.eb..... . ............. ... 4110 Rventt.. eb.................... 1.26Klnicsbury t* *snake a
e K. walMcCaminon I........ ....... ........ style B .b.....?.?......?..... 335 ; "y Mountain Dew Specialty Corn; of North Carolina '
Durham style SW,wal Min Grand A eb::::::: :::::::::::: Zoo Jean old.fJJSO per gallon.Whiskey three
rJ, man.:::::::::: ..:::::: 300 Knaba .,. 2SoStnyvesant
U e 7,wal....... ............ 975 eb. ............_..... 175wal Jop.pi... :ascte,1 gal.,3ScU, S gal.,
a o 7eb.................... 2M .. .................. :3ooNewshyAKvans lIOcu. :J IJ :4
j Tobacco Halnes Bro., tI, eb.............. ...... am : .b...................... IJSja : *.*"* pl. $11 10 gtJ,'1.25; "bbl.,
r p .. a, eD..................... ITS M.Star eb...._........._.._? noMotrl ,10
,. .. 44 3, mah............... 190jSsu.aa.iL. *. lou J5K"L! living' ln Dry Town will do 1
You will find one coupon In."r Some of these pianos have been rented, bat we have had them re-polished and them 60 percent from.oo us all aa ... can save f
side each a-ouuce bag and two and them to be satisfactory or re orders.wlth
i put In thorough order, we guarantee momey AI_yasend
a coupons Inside .*ch 4-ounce funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, Innstruotlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville '.' open new account orde.wiU .. e
p The Best bag. Boy a bag read thecoapon ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. suitable Jaclt.s TU''. '..'.'.ncl i t. naieas 1Iti". .
SmoklngTobaoCO and !lee bow to get you share. FREYER BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No Agent QOO.IS for eat Indianapolis C.0.DD. to Dry Tbwne?

r 24 E Foravth Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Bowen and Eottlert,IDd1aDapolta.Brewing IDd.Co..



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I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 13, 1896. TF t

P.I snORT LINE. ",.\rII
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WOMAN'S WORLD. flounces that he Is not able V buyout I I '
i1
Jacksonville's }Few Fire-Proof Hotel. :EOTELS.: : ;
of November, the Florida a factory. The grown up son had of ur urT
8th ..
10 tho course bought his wheel ostensibly --- --- I" .j,
R. R., In con- A DEtROIT own ,
Peninsular WOMAN WHO ,
& HAS
trill with the Southern Railway, MAS- to ride to his place of business, "I17 FLOrLXX <$
TERED !
Ion Queen & Crescent intend tome THE EMBALMING ART. but in reality to ride out with the girlsin Hotel Geneva d1!
Ibo
I the Cincinnati & Floilda LiraI the evening. Father of course had ,

I\?1' which Is the train consisting of Chance In Employment of Women-Wife bought the grown up daughter a wheel, EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM. 'I._

.gage,, mall and express passenger on a Wheel-Gall Hamilton and Kate since all the girls in her set were riding Cor. Fortieth and CfMlar. Stn.,
all vestlbu led.
te. and sleepers Field-Tb* Countens of W.mY.-Th. and nobody -was to be found at home .. .
lit elegant train and absob ,..... Jacksonville Fla
very Cra. For Oraj. any more, everybody being out 01whoela JI
train that to
quickest runs C. B. KNOTT .
Gen'I
the Superintendent.
d ,
Another had to be
lfi. It Is proposed to purchaser Modern Improvements Baths etc.
This season Mrs. on
J. J.
IZn the time to 24 hours and 20 tinction Duby has the proud dis for the children since all the little peo: Every floor. Hall and Electric ST. AUGUSTINE <:'

utes from Cincinnati to Jackson- of beiuif the only genuine, all pie in the neighborhood were riding. Lights, Passenger Elevator. Artistically '*j

\ and to 24 hours and 10 minutes round woman undertaker in Detroit. and of coarse father hud to have one. and Elegantly Furnished Alcazar

In Jacksonville: to Cincinnati. The Mrs Duby graduated and received her both for business reasons and because .'. v

inwill! leave Cincinnati at 8:30 a.m. diploma from the Champion College of his phys'cian' had recommended it. JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager

I t reach Jacksonville at 8:50 next Embalming located this season at To- "So there were four wheels in the Rates per Day from $2.00 to 300. Open November first to May first

10 It will leave Jacksonville at 7 ledo. The lady has undergone a long family, but :none for mother! I have Casino ,

|:ii!, and ariiveat Cincinnati at 7:10: course of study and practice In the art talked with any number of these left nt Weekly' hates on ..Application.tlpcclal _

next p. m.Professional. of embalming having studied first under homo women, and they are downright Itntv for the Slimmer A. .. TAYLOR, Superintendent

the tuition of her brother, William indignant and refuse to be Swimming Pool. RU H.IU| and Tuiklsh paths
---------- relegated to ED. L. OWENS, Prop. .

[ Cai'ds. the rocking chair before their time Ponce de Leon i

They fail to see why gray hairs would ,\ i

look more giddy on the bicycle thaigray (1ILLIS A MUKUAY. Managers ,',I
i
I BOB a. RuDDiM, WALTER 8.GRA HAM.BIXS whiskers. Many are now learuiiif HOTEL COQUINA Open January; to April. W

O & GRAHAM l to ride between two days and one 01 Cordova :Ji.'
.
these mornings or evenings there are going Open December 3rd. :{

ATTORXETS-AT-LAW, to be some great surprint's. So looka --.- Rooms only. Open during February In.lIal'ch:'r'; .
little out, all you men who have to '
BficsIIouiw:From 10 to 12 a. m. ORMOND. !
,
and2to4p.m.TITVSVILLE ride down town after dinner'to see i 1\ -#.. ORMOND.BY..TIIE-SEA *- The Ormond ;'>
7 /
Brevard Co., Florida. man or to the office 'for papers, for :? .

).8ox,108.. you are likely to meet your wife on a FLORIDA ANDKRSOX A TRICE Managers
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I'
ill practice In all the courts-state and fed wheel. Open December to April. ,
''J .
I:cla1, facilities, for examining and perfect- Gall Hamilton and Kate Field. SURF BATHING AND PALM BEACH ."
DRIVING .
01 I land title*. are .,
With Gall Hamilton's death there

has departed the one woman in this Specialties at Ormond. Royal Poinciana ,'

CARY-ELWES country who could be compared with FRED STERRY '
Manager. :
For K ; ,
(I Kate Field for the influence she exerted rr: Circulars, aI1c1I'I.'BM.SEISER Open January to Apill. ; '

, NOTARY PUBLIC and for the forcibleness directness and & VINING .. h.' ( ,

STATE AT LARGE. incision of her style. Both women were Managers, Palm Beach Inn ;,,> I

distinctly ambitious, both were often ; "*' *
FRED ; I
STERRY
ORMONDBYTHESEA.1INDIANOLA Manager 't\ ,
I I Typewriting taxes paid for non- disinterested, both felt a profound sym Open December to May ;" .);,
'' Vilenta, rents and accounts collected, pathy for the oppressed, either as individuals "

betc., Correspondence solicited. MRS. J. J. DUBT. or classes; both were intensely Palm Beach Casino ':

[fitusville - Floilda.IILLEH De Saffery of this city, and subsequently patriotic, both were aggressive: cuus HOUSE. ,,, .

under various embalmers of Detroit. tic, witty keen, regardless of couseqnences E. A. WATSON, Superintendent, t

She has now been pronounced clearly but scrupulous trustworthy, halt Water t>wlmmlnir fool Suit Bathine. ,1 r

& KENJiTARD proficient by the men who conduct the accurate and studious. No writers of Fishing from Ocean Pier. "I< I[
....Jtodianolajis[ on Merritts Island..,,, ,o
Champion School of Embalming and their age have been more alert to matters MIAMI\ "

ARCHITECTS. will enter upon a practical career as an of national importance or have< FonriMilesINorth of Royal Palm

East Coast business will have prompt undertaker and embalmer. Mrs. Duby more wittily satirized that which would Rockledge.:

Ttcntion.TAMPA. lives with her husband over the under tempt oaustio pens. Both wore spinstersand H. W. MERRILL, Manager.On .

taking establishment,in which she will concentrated their excellent abili- LARGE Sunny rooms, all looking on BlHcayne Bay Open January 1, 1H07.
- FLORIDA.
work. ties life work.
upon public or literary
Indian New York Office 26
The nollpow of pmhnlmlno frnm whichMrs. For the emotions of maternity thev I River. Good home table. Broadway
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, I TINOK S. JONES Duby graduated ; 'a traveling wore obliged to substitute the instinct Pure soft drinking water. Sailing, row _- _.._n _.. __ __ n.. __ __ ... .___._._ ._ _______
school of embalming which will visit for humanity and they did it well and
Ing fishing aud Will
hunting. :meet
Detroit next May. conscientiously making of themselves The Hotel Placid.e Pened
ATTORNEYATLAW.ITUSVILLE Airs. Duby in 26 years of age. She la mothers to many rather than mother guests at trains at Cocoa, and<< transfer at1891 y, "

: BREVARD co., FLA good looking woman intelligent and to a few. Both enjoyed tho friendship them to and<< from house free of charge. JACKSONVILLE! FLORIDA.
energetic and devoted to her chosen busi: and trust of many men though neither:

I County Judge of Brevard County.L. ness.-Detroit News-Tribune. encouraged love in the opposite sex. Rates: $1,50 per day, In the center of the (city on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west

Both were women of too ]large a com $8.00 per week. one block from Way. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout

Change In the Employment; of Women. prehension not to have desired love and Superior Cuisine and Service hits meets, all trains Term *:2.IW( per day and
!
OAULDEX, In the city of New York in what mourned because it never came to themin Address<< : upwards. Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, ropI'letoL'|

may be called the office building district its fullness. Lacking that blessing, G. W. SCI1UYLEU ---- _._-.__. ------.---- .---.-.-..-- -- -- ---.- --.-- ------ .
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW entered brilliant and --- -- -- -
below Chambers street where the population they upon power

I>riuHtla III practice. ,and In the all United the Courts States Courts.of the State of a good sized town is gathered fnl lives, sinking the personal as muchas Indianola, Fla. .J. A. lIAPI'EHSJ<1"I'E.It'rCI.A. -

"',0.Box,235. TITUS\PtLLEFLA. tier on tier within the ground area of a possible in achievements beneficial to

Money to Loan. 18 common city lot, young women swarm. mankind in general and gratifying( to : : : .RIVER: : I-IOTEIr I

Morning and evening the streets are their love of ambition. Both lived lives GlassCarpetings .,

crowded with them. Farther up town, of rectitude. They did what they could<< High -

FREEMAN HALL, for at least a couple of miles, at the and it was a great deal for it burnished -

same hours a large proportion of the the literature of their ago.-Omaha < TI.TUSVILLE,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW crowds that stream along the streets are World-Herald. r '" ''* :'*Vgf' Indian River.
:
young women also, these mostly of
Th. Connteen of Wemyu.
& INSURANCE AGENT, what is known as the shopgirl class. 5 Fla.
The Countess of Wemyas, who died
These are now common Rights of city

iTitusvillo, _. Florida. life but a man need not be very old- the figure other in day London's, was a fashionable somowhat notable world H. E. CLARK J..A. JIAPPEISbETTEMANAGKU.-

at least I hope not-to remember when
Representing: all the best and strong- not only for her kindliness and hospitality C .
the of half dozen
sight a young womenin
it Insurance -
Companies. Is prepared but for her" sound common eruse. A ,
the neighborhood of Wall street wasa 'r -
write lines to any amount, anywhere passage in her will relating to the manner 38 West Bay St., "
Opel AU
h the East Coast. novel and exciting event and when The Year.
in which she desired her funeral!
in the up town stores even in those de- Jacksonville Florida
service to be conducted is distinctly in- -
voted to'the sale of the most esoteric r..b d,; r r A I -
teresting. It runs as follows: Announces the opening of his Spring j
ISCATME BAY DADE COU TY. constituents of woman's attire, women T P1 Only a few minutes'
"I particularly wish that no under .
eJ
were found us customers only and were v r e ; walk from Railway stnI
W. SWAN, taker should have anything at all to do Stock of select and exclusive patterns of -
waited more or less skillfully, by ; I i dons and Steamboat land
upon
U. S. (;\lMMISSIONER.otary of the superior sex. with the management beyond providingthe fine 'grade Carpetings and Mattings f a + is I i lID ings.

Public State at Large. persons Statistics, as I have said are not re coffin, which I desire should be Rugs and Shades In all sizes and colors. .4''i' j On the banks of the
I lands Selected made as plain as it is possible to makeit. fur-famed Indian m
; Conveyances made. quired to the change. They are, vertJ.WA.M"
prove
Send for Samples and Prices and
iMTespomlence I wish the coffin to be laid on the you
solicited. Address: however, useful to measure its extent. VNaIf7R NFs1W
By View Hotel Cocoanut Grove frame of a farm cart, or lorry covered will be pleased. : : .A. :h7M'slNT.STANTON: : ::: .
Take the figures of the census of 1890 :
over with a purple or some colored not _. -- -.--.- .- .... ._ ..
Office Ewan's Landing with reference to the nnmber of those -- -- ... -
block called and drawn four
so pall by
engaged in what are classed as gainful
horses, led by their own drivers, and 1 I AWNINGSFor
occupations. The total is 22,786,001.
EORGE w. ALLEN; should like to be carried to the grave by HOUSE.
It was 17,893,099 In 1880 an advance
snob friends, workers on the estate, as your Store or Residence
of 80.72 per cent The increase in the
are willing to do sun I hope.that blindswill : -
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
number of males engaged in gainful occupations tn.
not be drawn or crape worn, and D. J. JONES, Proprietor.
cent but the
was 27.6por ,
er West, Florida. ,increase in the number of females was that there will be as little outward signof We Send it Free !
mourning as possible. I hope those
Will As the increase in total
47.03 cent. Rates $2.00
practice In the United States per wishes will not be looked upon as in per day. Special Terms tog
d State population for the same period was a
Courts. eccentric. They are not so.
TOWeak
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9Jun05 any way
trifle under 20 per cent, it will be seen I Families
the expressions of a
They are simply A
how very* marked was the influx of
feeling that and expenditure in
in the income earning ocoupatdons. pomp MenYoung -
LEN ST. women
CLAIR-ABRAMS SON funerals are unbecoming that deathat
If now we turn to the employments Two Minutes Walk from Central
the end of a long and happy life is
A classified the census reports,
TTORYEYS-A as
TLAV., more a matter of thankfulness and rejoicing Depot
find the following ratios of increase
we and Old.
J.\CKSO'VILLE; than of lamentation or woe.
AND TAVABE9 FLA.
Professional services, men 01IATTANOOOA
Will prevail: "Sloop after toyle.' port after utormUt was, With in the TENN.Travelers' .
continue to practice In the courts 48.S3 per cent women 75.84 per cent; Rejoice us Discovery.
f the Ease after warre, dimth after life, . .
Seventh -- ------ -- ,
lne Judicial Circuit. All domestic and personal service, men Doe greatly! pinnae." -- .-- -

'ate Circuit s before the United States and lIS.97 per cent, women 41.15 percent; Lady Wemyss wishes in regard: to When a man has suffered for
Courts yeaI'llwith
n will receive the manufacturing and mechanical indus her funeral were carried out, though in "
rsonal attention of Mr. Alex St. a weakness that blights/ his life and] Hotel..1
ir-Abrams.' tries, men 4A.01 per cent, women 62.87 place of the plain coffin one of polishedoak robs him of all that really make life .. ..

percent; trade and transportation men with heavy brass mountings was worth living If he can avail himself of a

I 71.75 per cent women 263.25 per cent. provided.-Buffalo Courier. complete cure .why not possess the

'ATIONAL -- ---- I These percentages would of course be moral courage to stop his downward Bay Street, Jacksonville
,
misleading if the totals were disregard Aoutoi oa french Writer*. con rite. Fla.

tome-Seekers I ed, but they indicate clearly enough the To a French interviewer Tolstoi lately We will send you by mall, ABSOLUTELY -- -- -

direction in which the change has been said: "Alphonse Duudet had a cer- FREE!:, in plain package, the .

EAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. going on and the lines on which it has tain talent. Paul Bourget was a brilliant All-Powerful RESTORATIVE Dr.!: JlOFF TABLETS(A ,'M with VITAL a This Hotel is now under new management
but novelist his
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been most marked, while the totals essayist, a poor legal guarantee to permanently
show that women are now a little more head being too crammed with facts. cure ,
Lost Manhood Solf-Abnae, Sexual Weak
Exchanging. Property for Property a than 17 p er cent of those engaged in Marcel Prevost is worth more than' his less, Varlcocele, stops forever night: and has been thoroughly renovated throughout. -

(P Penalty Send Description of what gainful occupations!, whereas in 1880 books, which are'inqnalifiables. Guy Emission ami all unnatural drains lie-

011 have, and what they were a little less than 15 per cent. de JUaupuHxant knew how to sue and tell turns to former appearances emaciated

you want. -Edward Cary In Forum. what he had seen. His sty lew as as pure I oigans.Xo ===== _

rU.ABAR, Indian ;River FLORIDA.C. as a precious metal. He was miles aheadof I C. O. D. fraud nor recipe decep-

Flaubert Zcli and everybody. Zola lon. If we could not cure, we would Bus
C. Wife on a WheeL meets all Train, and Electric Cars door.
CARROLL, not send our medicine Free to try, and pass Bath rooms and all
Press asksus is a diligent and plodding writer. 1 Conveniences
"Mpg" of the Pittsbnrg on every floor.
satlilled.
and 'La Terre' is pay when Write to-day, an :
his 'Germinal
liked
Real
Estate these
Agent. the and porches
to sit on steps his not
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may appear again.
evenings with the women whose husbands a novel of peasant humanity. Art for Omen A.11 the Year.RatesAmerlcan -

; and children are all off on their 'Lonrdes,' 1 stopped at: the hundredth" Address: Western Medicine Company, Plan, $2 to $2.5O; European. 5Oc. to $1.00.

hear the concerted growl. page, and 'Koine I never opened. Special Rates -
ODGES wheel.and ncorporated. KALAMAZOO Mich by the Week.
& GODFREY that is going up on the part of the left
Several '1'_... FINLEY, & MORROW. Proprietors.
behind "hansfrau. She gives a reason ,
Manufacturers "The heads of the The civil year in Constantinople during "-''' ..
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of for it in this way: ---- ---- --- ---- ---
FAITHFUL MEN
the Greek empire began on the lit OR
': family are both middle aged' or maybe of September:! ; the ecclesiastical, on the WANTED to travel for responsible I tC MAC
ellow Pine Lumber past that age.and'mother, with a heartin stabllshed house la Florida. Salary HOTEL MELBOURNE r-BATHINGTHETEAflfM)
there no 21st of March or the let of ApriL Several -
are
which ,
her breast upon 780 and expenses. Position permannt. -
like to ridea eorre.pondingiucidentsof this kind 1 .
wrinkles thinks she would Reference. Enclose self-addressed "
Rouea BUSSED: wheel. but is persuaded she is too old; are found in mooVrn times and conn tamped envelope. The ,National Star POP ri.
et. Bas Beaoh, : ,tries The fiscal year iu the United Insurance
that if would be unbecoming in the Bldg., Chicago. MELBOURHE, Indian River, FLORIDA.
wheel States begins with the lt of July; the '
rmlt A the
Vegetable Crate.. mother of a family; that flcW sflrsltA.rll1
lmt+er dellY81'84 at be ridden by children for ecclesiastical year cf several denominaM Open all the year round. Good Fish
say pan of IDdIaa Rivet should only
bin| of. .. in this begins with the -What 'do yon need In the' ofovelopee
iwJn *.Inc. business country way APUreelal
Anyon*
S' nontempUt'wprT to facilitate UUB!it!
"". .,oa.!.the boat Onset.would da well to pleasure and by men holding of the annual council conference note and letter head., bill IDI', Hunting and Yachting. Rates, 4

,LR, .a7 oilr.o.thOEFYctti w, and save street car four money.wheel in oc other deliberative body, no MMM)., statement,' tag, cards, etc T '2.00 and upward. -> Fealnree at Ceroaadet 3ederate -
"Besidea there are We to have share
shall be glad a of
that be. your rates solid comfort no ostentation
tlu. matter when gathering may
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.. t: '8 INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE NOVEMBER\ 13, 1896.
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I? '::1:1- :!;",< For Snit,' lected during,: the month of collector, the Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't ReportVAI8akins

It"t1 ,. '", the same Hoiinl.wan( examined and approved by THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM j(C CPaid jj

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.' .i'' Common and fancy pineapple] plants] At a meeting held at :Melbourne] of .
f.. Forty acres to select. flout Lemon an.l' which W. C. Barnes was chairman and : _
i other cltiUH treys T. C. Nicholson secretary, and certifiedto
'' .1 '1. JAMKH HOI. nl4. by the following names K Up Capital $26OOO.OO..
t'j Jensen, Fla. were authorize to be placed on the
t election ticket, to be voted for at the LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE
\t : For Cliartcr. municipal election to be held at Mel] a
il j ), ,. :'f' bourne ou the first Tuesday in Decem 3

i J$! The line sloop Yankee Poodle can be ber, 18)8!) : For mayor, Frank. A. Fee; We have for sale a large list of
"J:' | aldermen.. J. T. Hoonr. K.: 1*. Branch. T_ I AE&&QUITEE.Y PURE careful/
1t11;; \ .!J ?.,p y tile day, weeK, or month; C. Nlcllolson -clerk and -U. : ------ -
treasurer --
; J. --------- ----------- selected Indian River Properties.
XI (, 'ti''I' .anvwbcre between Ormond( and Miami
;;r/U ,ttpfll' / !?1 llowd: accommodations, for ladles. For F. Campbell; aRseosor, J. R. Nicholson; County Court Proceeding: ,ADO. YOU NEED FRUIT TREES?
Lands the
,1 ': 'f ;' .further particulars! write to marshal and collector, J. 11. Baker. I Agents for Sale of of Florida Coast Li
r t On motion it was ordered that .
f, l t 6t a
CAPT. GEO. Cook -- -- Canal and Transportation Co.
I mit be Issued to Wm. Wittfeld to pant The November term of the Brovan
t k Titusville, Fla. Citrus Trees at reduced prlcec. Are
:di i. oysters on his riparian rights on the following County Court commenced on Monday,
,I budded at the around on 4-year-old C.A.r\T.A.: LPiT: TDS:
!I r"1 t : described land, to-wit : On lot 4, with Hon. M. S. Jones, judge; A. A. Florida Lemon\: stocks, 3,000 of .

., : 'i ( "iStrnwberry Plants for Sale township 25, section 30, range 37 east; M.Stewart, clerk] ; J. E. Bowman, sheriff; them are Rough Tardlff; others are Parson Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Comp,
also on lot 1, section 31 township 25 Goldsmith acting attor 1
S !tt ttr presenting Indian River Loan and
1 Brown, Ruby Tangerine, IIomoaasBa, Lands. Dlsston Company's. Investment Co,
', W!. Cheap.
I' : J range 37 east, according to chapter C ney. The names of those who composed and Common Fruit, :'Me. and other Low Priced Lands. '
'I Triumph Grape
;, i : :, section 408, Revised Statutes of Florida the jury are : W. D. Edwards, J. J. Joy-
each ( 100.)
::1\ t t I 1 800 Newnan strawberry plants, in On motion, it was ordered that the ner, T. O. Ronald J. J. LaRoche, C. A.: Boone's, $2(1.25: Early per & Mott's Blood] 1 BOo.> Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully] Selected Properties.
time of M. S. Jones, attorney for the Smith and B. J. Stewart.
; condition.
I prime
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.1 Ii, I each 100.
{, i ,Inquire or address ADVOCATE office. Board, be extended, to make a. final The following cases were disposed of : Satsuma, $40 per and Mandarin 40c. each. Titusville. Florida.Ii .
ii, : "f :if1 :- settlement in the Jensen and Ankona State of Florida vs. Geo. Nichols ,
Lamb Orange, BOc. each.
road aggravated assault '
;,t I" I ./"VRANOK,LEMON and HKAI'K!: FRITIT NITR.If controversy.On motion it ordered that the guilty to the ; he prisoner fined pleading and Seedless] Grape Fruit, 1 50c. each, $40
was
.vr '.ii 'j.: SKKY 8TICK and lliniwmiil or loading charge, was $1 100.
) I: 'i ...rleth'a.lncludln/.t the lam"u.'lneapplo. following assessments be changed : A. costa. per
; S. Chaffee
, Also all of the varieties of peaches Fred
t ''I'II' i1r Hart's Tardllf, Parson Brown Orange; Llnlion, O. Russell, township 30, range :.SO; township State of Florida] vs. Minnie Jones-assault &Co
that known to be best suited to this
t .and Villa Franca Lemon March HeeilleiuPomelo are
\,"t "I ,'fro' ," ,at the old, reliable. Matcnnlia; Nurseries..Alflo 31, range 3ft; township 31, range 37; and battery; pleaded guilty, and South Florida section, including the .
" ,f II:, '" ',J can furnish full line ilixlilumm" stock. township 32:.!, range 30; township 32, was ordered to pay $1 and costs. that
':'1 \\'t1.'' f 'gpeclnl rate. freight given to points[ south. range 37, be reduced to one-half of its State of Florida vs. Rube Wi'I(flit- new Free Stone Orange peach,
' l1// r ',' '4 L"'l'' J. W. & F. 1>. WAITS present assessment. Losley] & Renaker cruelty to animals.] Wright pleaded nol originated in Orange county, and is the FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITDSYILLE FLA
,Jil I, ;' ... t : ;1, vnovO-janO llellevlew, Fla. on east i of lot -, block 7, Titusville, 8, guilty but was found guilty and fined best peach yet out for this section. ; Registered Pharmacist. ,
' 'tI'; ''I"" 22:.!, :35, valued at $1'JO<>; reduced to $900. $1 and costs. JAMES MOTT,

;'t"\"\ bruit and Vegetables Wanted.To M. Lund, lot 1, block D, 3. 22: 35, valuedat State of Florida vs. Scott Gregory-I ORLANDO NUBSEBY, Prop'r. I A Complete Assortment off
.) ;, II ,1)00<), to $1,000.( C. B. Magruder, aggravated: assault; prisoner pleadednot Winter Haven, Fla.
I'' : J agt., lots 2 and A 32 20 35 137 cuiltv. The iurv. however rendered
.{ :; I j'11i11L those growers having fruit and :. / _acres. verdict-of was $ PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundries
: "IIJIJ to fMHJ.)/ 1V. R. !handers: J, 24, 30, a guilty, and he orderedto
: ( 'vegetables for will give FOR first class and
the repairing
disposal, we shoemaking
149 fine of 2:; and .
acres, $000 to $SOO. pay a $ cost
, \ i best poHslble] market price for their prod- call on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue ; filled with the Utmost Care and
On petition of F. A. Morgan, et al it ->3 Prescriptions Promptitude.
CIVIL CASES.R. g 8-
I'I'I; $ .., uce. Foreign produce also] purchased Titusville, Fla. Shoes madeto
'I 'l' ijJ.I was ordered that be
a to
,., 'P.I' .. 1.I and dealt In. C. R. Stewart, J. C.permit Jones and granted G. B. L. Brown vs. Jan. A. Russell-asBumpsit order in fine style. B3T: We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
'i' J. 15. MANU & BitoH., -continued for plaintiff to
r }j. Ij Po"" Commission merchants, Hemmtngway, to fish In the waters of amend declaration. We want trade. Give trial
Bird Lake, according to chapter 4342: U'As an advertising medium, no = your us a
Ji", J: I : : 2 A 4 E. Day and JOT W. Day sts., Raymond D. Knight Co. vs Simon
section 1 .
jll' acts of 03 of Florida.On paper on the East Coast can beat the
l : 4 Jacksonville, Kla.Millinery. Hamburg-assumpslt verdict was given
! motion, it was ordered that the for plaintiff.J. ; ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., Choice Line of Cigars. Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfume
several bids sent Into the Board for workon S. Keen vs. R. B. Spratt-replevin and be convinced of the pink paper's Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
: the road between W. T. Dixou's south verdict for plaintiff.] ; worth. JJ2T" Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps.
f .r line and C. K. Maddox's south line in
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Court adjourned -- -
yesterday.JEWELERS --- -
% : ,: answer to advertisements In the Cocoa PAINTOFF, for removing all kinds of -
::, ,. and Rockledge News, be rejected.On paint from all kinds of surfaces with-
motion, It was ordered that G. W.Ilall out burning. See ad. on 2nd page. ::EJ_ Lee: : :cz-.,
J :k tC and DRESSMAKING. be granted a permit to catch a. man.j Send for circulars toISOUTIIEAS'URJ
\ C I atee or sea cow, for scientific under chapter 4208:.! Statutes of Florida.On ) St. Augustine, Fla., and Boston.Do Groceries Hay r rI ,
i vi i petition of R. A. Conkling: et al, ,
i 4 for a public road, beginning at the F. E. you ever get chills 'and fever? call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
4 C. Ry. station at Tillman and running ESTABLi'Hh' : ; ,
If so, try a bottle of Thomas' (Jack- Ac I rooeriew 4, IFriii
Srnple : M-noy
parallel with Turkey Creek, and to Inter JACKSONVILLE 1 FLA onville) Florida Chill & Fever Tonic .
sect the county road about one-third of a Guarantees to cure with one bottle. And Food Products
, mile from Tlllman station, the Board Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
' J. M. Minor Chas. Howell and
, appointed ------ -
II. C. Starok to mark, view and layout Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed MealGronni
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the same, and make their report to this ::eO'rEL: OOJNOI.LZMIAMI : : ,
Food and Wheat.
l 1 t Board at their meeting in Dec., 181)3. '
i On motion, it was ordered that II. FLORIDA. I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above. line
f fq tl9it Bowman be placed on the pauper list at Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and soil

$0.00()() per month. Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park one your patronage. Very truly
q sl 1 The county treasurer having made his block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Biscayne Bay. hates 3EI. L. :aR..A.DY.
moathly report on the Fine and Forfeiture $2 per day and upward.' Special rates by week or month.
fund for the month of October, the
same was examined and approved by the ,
Board. J. Houston and R. D. Hoke THE DECANTER.
were appointed a committee to burn the
warrants turned over by the treasurer as
I'r ; per schedule, and having performed their & Renaker

1 1'f 1p duty according asked done.A. to be. discharged, which was N Lesley ,

J. Carlile, cattle Inspector for Die w,, Whisk!
p Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and
M' trict No. 1, submitted his report for the
Mall orders solicited Satisfaction month of October, which was examinedand Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat.

guaranteed. ordered to be placed on file. A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and' Pool Table
On motion, it was ordered that. the "
Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt-and careful attention /given to na
t, iMrs. Helen W. Reynolds road road be from declared C. II. open Racey'a, without to the expenseto county orders.( Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER,Tltusvillo,F<

l. f Titusville Fla. the county.On .
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o i'V' motion it was ordered that the THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least Money. --
--- -- -- ---- -- -- --- --. report of J. D. Bayers, J. M. Hopkinsand Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition,
J. It. Osmond for road from Bahia Atlanta Ga.,1895.
a
t i, n :JBKKVAUD COUNTY COMMIH8IONI2US to Bovine, be accepted, and that noticesbe J'U.g Trade 1901:1.0:1.: : ..

; t.: ritOCKlSDIKQS.TITVSVILLK posted according to law. Ryean4Cornpergal.I.50up- \ 6.00 THE Ga H. COMPANY
r On petition of G. II. Edwards, et al], Tom &: 101lan.EGlu.... .. .... ..... 1.60 uj ImqunlsRye' per.. Catawba, Port HAMMOND
for a publIc rOM from Sebastian to what Cognac, Blackberry, Peach and Sherry Claret and Angellea..4 1.00 up
I FLA., Xov.4. '00. I Is known as the Richards & Brothers' Sioux le Brandlen. l.Bdup Bottled/ hoer,per do I.OOUI'

i Tile Board of County Commissioners settlement on the south boundary of 4.000,6.0ioldenCrown ...
e 1 'r ;,I 'met pursuant to adjournment, with the section :31 and 32, township :32, range :38, Shawnee Rye, per gal.. ...... O.OO Imported Gina, ..ergl l..lIOto6.00 PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
I o 1h !I vl{ following present : W. II. Sharpe, chair.t the Board appointed R. Hardoe, R. G. Fine Imported and Key West cigars and tobaccos Cigars $1.50/ per 100
t 4' .li. I), lloko; A. A. Stewart clerk; layout the same and make their reportto Will mall complete price list on application. All orders will be boxed Hammond: Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, III1
Y .J.':E. Bowman, ehorlff. The following this Board at its meeting In Dec., 00.. when desired without extra: charge. Send for price list.J. Salesrooms, 234 West.Bay St., Tkoo. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
ibusiness. was transacted, to-wlt I itl The following bills were audited! and '
The minutes of last meeting were read ordered to be paid : H. MARTIN. 34 & 36 W. Bay St..

and confirmed. Election expenses-Inspectors,' JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies.
I i '' ; Bonds for the following-named elected clerks, dep. sheriffs, etc.$30450
J Walker . Jobber of all kinds of Liquors, Wines and Beers known to the
t Il, officers were approved : county com a 00 spirit Write for :Fxttoos.:
-M.: 8. Jones, county judge . .$ lr, >00 J. Mendel ". .. 12 80 and wine trade. : ; TJLS : :
w ..1. O. Fries, surveyor .. 1,000 W. II. Sharpe, .. 1800J.
t Joe Brown sheriff. ,\. U)00() Houlltoo.U to.... 20 40
p :v .J. 1'. Wooten, I* assessor,..> 1,000 It. D. IIoke ... 2000
B. R. Wllnon, jus. peace 2nd dls. GOO) J. R. Walker election . . : 400 LANDS for Lemons Grape Fruit & Pineapple]
R. 8. Smith, constable 500 D. S. Bryan. booth. .. :2 60 The NewSelden ( ,
; .J. Boyd 1st SIX) Electric Light Co... . . . 800 .. .
j 4U F. A. Gibson, jus. peace GOO F S Chaffee & Co, med. for prla. 10 Ot) IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES, FLORIDA.In .

-..1.-H. Sninn, nu pt. of schools] .1,000< Gardner & Walker, mdse .. 4 23:
t 'C A.; T. Feaster treasurer. . 10,000 B R Wilson, mod'I. attention pris. 0 00 Cypress Door Company order to induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits in the Counties named, the
'V. Hall collector J E Bowman 2.120:
JC. tax 30,000 feed'g. county B
t j d, A. A. Stewart clerk] of court. . 2,000 janitor.. . . BOO FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. will, for the next 9 months, make a
j ;L Oeo. M. Robbins notary public, 500 U sheriff for election. /62 20
I dnctlon of Per Cent Price Above Counties
Twenty-five of Its Lands in
J. R. Rngan, oonstablo (Jtli dls. 500W. ii ii . . MOO :PALATK: : A, :J:1-L.A.: : : on ,
: e f M. Ely, jus. peace '. 500 'a food'g. county dogs. 4 00 Opened October 1st, 1S03, turned the steam on to OR UNTIL DECEMBER 13th, 1890.
1 On motion It was ordered that the tax U state n..I.- .. 37 9l\ : For terms and Prices apply] to

1. ) i books for laliu! having been carefully A A Stewart, clerk of Boatel 28 50 One of the Largest and Best Door Sash Blind D. C. SUTTON or W. R. MOSES: West Palm Beach, Fla.
Equipped
i II examined: by the Board, be approved and A Cleveland, election expense. 3 00 W. C. VALENTINE, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.F. .
t!' accepted; and a warrant be Issued to KW. J F Wooten, assessor . . 4 00 S. MORSE, Miami, Fla. or to
i I+' Hall, tax collector for Brevard county,, F B Wright deputy sheriff. . 12 00 and General Wood Working Plants in the United States. JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner
11 to collect the taxes accordingly. M Goldsmith] conviction fees. 1000 F-AM,
t ., ft Warrant-To E. W. Hall tax collector J F Wooten,4-5 corns for 180(1.( 440 40 And with experienced management (covering a past experience of eight: ST. AUGUSTINE,
w d ; 1 for Brevard county : You are hereby Cocoa & R'ledge News, printing.. 625: years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best
a to collect out of the real J Mendel], recording: .... . .. .. 1170 possible material, and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
ii'ii'state and personal property, and from 4 cop 2 corns meet'Its. 10 00 Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc. THE LAW CO.
I of the persons and corporations ''M S Jones, co. Judge on lunatics. 8 00 JOHNSON ,
p named In the annexed roll, the taxes letdown A A Stewart, accountant. . 15 00 --- --------
1 in each roll opposite ench nlmei, T J Cockshutt, registration officer 10 41Paupers. Electrical
t ;I corporation or parcel of ]land therein 80 00 Phoenix The St. and Machinery Supplies
r described; and In caSA the taxes so Imposed J K Wooten, bal. of corns, for 1804 20 21 Augustine Cycle Co.

It are not paid at the time prescribedby J Houston, road work .. . 50 00 Union. MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOR
law )) J R Walker . .
you are to collect the same by fl 00 m''
tl ,' levy of sale of the goods and chattels F II ,. .. .. 60 = Has the best line of wheels Generators HiRh Grade Machinery, Card Electrical Apparatus Eddy Motors 1
t. Janda and tenements so assessed, or of W II Sharpe, 10000 g Diamond :Elevators., Warren Altrenator Ilornsby-Aokroyd oil engines, Morse, Wfilia'1Co.
Ce person or corporation taxed; and Wm Treutler, Eau Oallle bridge.. 325: 00 and sundries in the state. All Clad.Slow speed Multlpolar SPKCIAtTIirSi Motors for Electric heaviest Fans factory. machine motors... street Dental r ro ll*(".<'BL10i
h $j ,all Bum so collected for state taxes you Dempsey Cain ferryman. ..... :250 3: Excels meat, modern In design! and construction. Fully guaranteed work.and prices right.F. .
are to pay to the state treasurer at such R A Conkllnir, :2 08 Kinds of bicycle repair work BISHOP Manager. JACKSONVILLE, Fid.
t ) time M may be prescribed by law, and at E B Wager, publishing notice. 'J 00O and other Ladiesand Salesroom,51 West rorsyth St.,Repair Shop J029 Main St.
w the same time you are to pay to the II Walton, election tickets. .. 1000 neatly done.
j, county treasurer all same collected for A A Stewart,criminal prosecution 175F Gents in Stock. F. W. BEERS. Prop.
county taxes and to the treasurer of the B Wright, :a 15
i j county Board; of Public Instruction all D R Wilson h 210 GEORG MARX. JOHN 3IARSwKARx
t Ni ,urns collected for school taxes; and you M E Rill, booth for election.] ) :3 00
i 3li are further required to make all collections The Board adjourned to meet again
on or before the first Monday In the first Monday December, 1800. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART :BROs

j April and on or before the first day of ,
Wholesale

4 t 'i,4 'Settlement>July you will with make,the a Comptroller final report and and Died at West Palm Beach Hade for Sandy Soil Having 3-inch Tread * Q-xocexies: Fruit= Dealers acid In- Prod'I-zCe= :-

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'County CommlMloaera. Given this, the
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1 flth An unknown tat Md 183 KM Ray Str** wd S3 mm* u----8-0
r day of Nov., 1806. man, who was picked up FOR SALE BY -
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I W. H. SHARP, sick and Insensible last week by the
tl I 4p Chrm'n.of Brd. crew of a passenger train a short distance EDWARD STILING..... ....,. ...... ... .............. -
Permits were granted to the following north of Jupiter and taken to ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN' THE CITY
t persons to carry reapeatloff rifle : C. West Palm Beach, and turned over to duo
.' ,. Fischer, J. C. Jones, J. H. Wilson C. the county authorities died on Saturn The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. 21.: :? Garden a good Vtable. .
K. Stewart S. F. Olbbs There his Bar TO GROWERS-Let u. know Print and
Winchesters; day. was nothing( on person what la the way of
I t a Wbltyville Arms Co. to indicate who he was or where from, rows, suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers 3-In. tread; A size larger .. Retanaa prompt and sun. We supply the beat Seed Potatoes all d C4
i E. W. Hall, tax collector, having made except a card with the name Wallace'' suitable for Pineapple Plantations,6-in.tread. Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list 01 grocerle.

JUs monthly) report for poll taxes col upon It. He was about 40 years old. COCOA, Indian River. FLORIDA. MARX BROTHERS. JACKSONVILLE FLA.IIIIIIIIIIIIII .

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