Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
July 17, 1896
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Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).

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East Coast advocate
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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle


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01. :12. No. S3. TITUSVXLJLIE, FLA., FRIDAY, 'JTJX/Y! IT' 1896. PI-'ice,5c.

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LOCAL NEWS -A fine water tower has been added Head Tills Column Carefully.PAIJITOFK Jupiter Inlet, unfortunately, Is again -MI"n I.uliv Deltogory Geneva, wan euth of Airs." 11-. Hall.
to Hotel Miami, Miami. closed. In town Wednesday anti\ Thursday en

I town a short while on Tuesday.Mr. paint from all kinds of surfaces without was in (town yestu1'
l : And General Oomilp in connection Frank Forster, of Orchid has binning. See ad. on 2nd page. -Do not forget that Miss Florence 1'. Hall, who moved from this place to
with BlaCRY"ct May, Lake Worth, Indian, been in town a day or so this week. Send for circulars tSolr'rltEAs'rKlt Norwood lOCK all kinds of millinery. Tobacco Culture. Jentervlllo, Ga., about a your ago IIIH:
and Halifax Rivers, W wt : PAINTOFP Co., Just reached hero, and cants shadow
Knnann Key -Mr. J. F. Smith, of Jacksonville, will St. Augustine, .'11\., and Boston. -.I\lr. and Mm. Courtland nl1'kmln: Hall
and all other Important Point along the soon open a bicycle establishment In of Jacksonville, have routed a cottage ou )Ir. II. J. Brown has brought Into our upon) the entire community. Mrs.
East, Coattt of Florida Brief mention of Titusvillo. Daytona Beach.S. offices a stalk of Vuelta\ Abajo tobacco, wax. the youngest daughter! of Hev. A. V.
WIIKUK to See lint of hotels and Mm. S. A. JlIKcnck. who were the
Interesting Eventa from Varlnna Part : < Htop. on grown on liU place I about a nillo from
of the 'World About People You Know -Judge and :Mrs. John D. Broomo our 7th l'nltu.OIUHm B. I Synimos: places his announce Titusvlllo, from need Hunt out of tlioAnvocATic IrHt settlers of this place, and almost the
,and People You Don't Know Picked have been spending) several days at De ment tie" n candidate for min.Uor: in this office. It U about HX! feet In whole of her life, from eaily childhood l.

up by Our Society Editor and a elf Land. your Brick from J. S. Smith, Jr., week's AJ>VOCA'U:. :Sea Itli )page. height, and Is I a line spar-linen of what was spent) hove until n year ago, when

of CorreHpondentu scattered along the Sheriff: J. E. Bowman took the registration it Co., Jacksonville, Pl.t.C3T : -Mrs. A. D. Penney and Miss J. can bo grown on the Kant: joust In the !she, with her husband, moved to Geor
Knot Coant of 'll>r"I... books to several places down the i Brady have been spending' a day or HO nt way of tobacco.tJ. i ,,11lIer del\th. HO sudden and relative nuoxIOeted.
Is a to near
) river Monday.\ i If you need any job printing, we Cocoa this wuek. and friends, and fteveio will bo, IUlIrdIth regret
shall be share
pleased to get n of It.
-Editor E. D. Odin of the Melbourne\ I' -Tho ladles: Hvent to havo enjoyed that t !?. 'V. Ity. by l all who ever know her. The abrupt
f Lr News, returned home, Monday, after a game of euchre nt the lOHldeneo of Mrs. termination of a life so young and }pine,
l 1r&1 ATE pleasant visit to Georgia.Our SIoNKV. We want money to loan ou first Walton last night.Archdeacon made beautiful by a resolute. spirit and
real estate mortgages. Ten per cent All of tho rails of tho Jupiter A\ Lake her In.
n womanly bearing beyond
U UIItI4AD\ ; storekeepers are all doing a fair free of all expenses to lender D. L. B. F. Brown will hold Worth Railway have been torn up by the more startling In its. effects your and. Increases -
\ O@W Y!o@ business notwithstanding the fact that Gaulden Titusvllle. divine service at Eau: Gallie on Sunday Contractors Duster: Farmer, and shipped In each Individual mind the connclousuesH -

r : @ .; it Is the dull season of the year. next at 10:30: a. m. and 4 p. in. to Snbel Bros., J Jacksonville the of the fact that every ono Inborn

( -Mrs. F. W. Beers and Master Fred, Foil first class shoemaking and repairingcall -Mr. R. S. Grant, ono of Imllanola's gentlemen who recently purchased the to die."
Tho locomotive
fl'r' road and nil Its belongings.
\\ of St. Augustine) have gone on a two on J. A. Daughtery Washingtonavenue prominent young men, is having :I iH()() and the whole of the mll-
months' visit to relatives in Ansonla, Titusvillo, Fla. !Shoes madeto acres of land fenced iu for cattle. cars, UnccM.
/ \ Conn. road! paralhernallwlll.llooll follow to
UL order in fine stylo. -Mrs. W. N. ITondry tinned to Jacksonville. -

,It H ... the Episcopal chinch on Sunday last, THK Indian River hotel barber shop has visit to Mrs. A. D. Penney at Mims. for the two gold modal, took plnco in

j \ --\\MillIlimi! Mrs. Coleman being in New Jersey for the best workman In the county. We -Mr. E. L. Brady returned from IMill Together.No town on Saturday evening liittt. In tho

\ the summer. guarantee satisfaction to all\ our custoineis. Miami Friday afternoon last lIe will one-mile open) 1>. B. Piltcbnrd! was first;;

fr -$30,000 to loan at less than 0 percent II. S. Meadow, prop. remain here probably for another week. bickering, brother editors. Pull Ernest Vunlandincclmm second, and 1'auj
; y@w @@ In amounts to suit borrower.J.G. together for the benefit of the East Puokett third. The time made In thin

Bast, Grand View hotel, Titusville, -Samples of "Falntoff" may be had -Do not fall to remember that the Coast, for what benefits ono place will race wan iifl2: which Is the fastest on
I Democratic Senatorial Committee, for record for the Titusvillo wheel men.
Fla. a eventually add to tile prosperity of''
at the ADVOCATE office free of charge.Old : Brovard nnd Dado will moot
counties first
1 .. others. Our orange! groves and pineapple Ernest Vnnlandlngham came In
pI1.V4T -Capt. Henry E. Sewall, of Sewall's --- -- at Titusvillo on Tuesday the 28th lust. plantations are In far better condition throo-mlle, and D. B. Piltchard. Paul

_' I Point on Indian River is a cousin of bones wanted by the Jackson President Faure of the French Republic than the most sanguine hoped for Puokott, who gave; Prltohard and Van-

the vice-presidential nominee, Hon. ville Fertilizer Co. See ad. in another had a narrow escape of being after the freeze nnd the prospects forour landlngham 30 seconds 1 start In this race,
Arthur Sewall, of Maine. column.Mr.. assaslnated Tuesday while reviewingthe growers and tradesmen along the had to drop out In tho fifth lap as hln

(!li) @ -Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Thurston( of Andrew Froscher of LaGrange, troops.under ariest.Tho would-be assaMn was I East encouraging.Coast Is; generally admitted to bo a roar nail tiro which received chanced large) to bo puncture on the track from,

Atlantic passed through Titusville, has. been awarded a diploma embalm- soon very and went clean through tho tire and rim.
Wednesday, en route to New York and ing. -Mr. J. O. Walton left here Wednesday would
rar- If you receive a sample copy of had not this mishap occurred, ho
the ADVOCATK, it Is nn intimation thatit other the northern cities for the remainderof -Mr. W. H. II. Oleason, of Eau for Jacksonville where he expected Committed SulcUle. have given tho other riders a hard tnnnlo

would give us pleasure to add your summer. Gallle, was in town a short while on to spend a few days with some wealthy for first place as lie wan rapidly makingup
name to our fast-increasing list of sub- -Mr. J. Brown, of Hypoluxo, after Wednesday.We northern capitalists who expect to buy a the time ho allowed them. The 'JOtlyardn -
flcrlbors. It does not cost you three spending some time in :Savannah and good deal of land along the East Const. S. C. Weeks, a carpenter, employed on dash was not run. The noxt meet
cents per week (postage included) when Ocala stopped oft at Cocoa, :Saturday are sorry to learn that Mr. G. F. the Hotel Royal Palm, committed suicide will take plllctomora'lw week, August\
taken by the year, and it can be sent to last, to spend a day or so with his friend, Faddlson, Eau Gallie'n popular lumber -Mr. Eugene; Randall who spent so Sunday by taking an overdone of let q
you in any part of the United States or Mr. W. G. Paterson.Mr. merchant, has again': been on the sick many pleasant months Sumo Is now morphine. lie was found several hours ,
Canada without extra expense. list this week. at. his home in Boston where ho has or. after the occurrence In tho upper part of
G. J. Miller, of Canton 0., who tiered the ADVOCATE to bo forwarded.Mr. the hotel. Ho was taken In an unconscious Florida Elliott Count Hallway.
$1.50 per annum, in advance. has been spending a few days at Minis, -We are pleased to note that Mrs. B. Randall's many friends will be gladto condition to Dr. Jackson's office,
1.00 six months '. gave our office a call last Saturday afternoon F. Brown and Mrs. C. F. Fischer, who leo him on Indian River next winter. In the Miami Hotel block and wait attended -
'2.00 per an. to foreign countries. for the purpose of adding his have been on the sick list for several by Drs. Jackson and ]Boskin but Tho following notice linn boon receivedat
name to our list of sabsorbers. He was days, are now much Improved in health. Manager Jack Jlappcrnotto has had ho proved to bo beyond human aid tho ADVOCATE oftloo I "

accompanied by :Mr. Byrer.Mr. -Judge M. S. Jones has been attend a man busily engaged this week, cutting Weeks loaves a wife and two children In "OFFICE OF TUB VICK-I: 'J KSIUICNT,
;Zff- JOB PRINTING'at this office. Harry Roberts of Mime frequently ing a meeting of the Democratic Executive down the weuds and grass on the ground Riverside, a. suburb of Jacksonville. A "Sr. AUMUSTINR, FLA July (II I, "OH.
In front of the hotel. It Is said that
brother-in-law Is at Banes it
Committee employed ;
shows Ills in Jacksonville this "The of this
genial countenance in general passenger agent
week. From there he wont to Lake lawn tennis will be played there In the Warrlngton's mill In La Villa.
-You town. lIe reports many of the orange company Mr. Joseph Klclinnlnon, having -
can always find some interesting near futuio.Capt. .
reading matter on our inside groves in his district as being in a much City to attend to some law business. resigned all mutters relating to the
pages better state than he anticipated and that -Retail dry goods men on the East C. F. Fischer, one of tho candidates The loyal faint Hotel. passenger business will be In charge of
-West Palm Beach has been made a the outlook for orange growers in this Coast would do well to read the new for the office of county treasurer 1\Ir\ J. D. Htihner, who lion boon
third-class postofflce. section is rather encouraging at present advt. of Benedict, Pollak A; Co., whole- gave: the ADVOCATE: a pleasant call on appointed nsnlstant general passenger\
Wednesday. The captain lie will The frame-work on the above hotel- with ]headquarters at St. Angus- '.
sale dealers In Jacksonville\ says agent,
-What candidate is In the field for -Attorney Howell Titus, who has dry goods; soon make another trip down the Indian now being built for Mr II. M.\ Fluglor, tin o.
senator ? Trot him out. been spending a week or so In Jacksonville ,on our 4th pRge.CaptalnE. River. at l\flllml-lulvll1g been nearly completed "Effective at onoo.

stopped off at Titusville, Mo.iday, E. Valll\ has work has commenced the Insldo
gone to New on
Cook took "J. H. PAiinorr
-Capt. to Cocoa
a party on and left for West Palm Mr. Wm. Treutlor of ,
Beach Eau Gallic
next lit
day. York to spend the remainder of the of the building. Mr. John O. Rollly a .
Monday, in his sloop Yankee Doodle.Mr. "Vlc .I'I'olildeut.;
Master Harry Titus remained In Titus- summer. He has closed his floating In town to-day. Ho IH on his way to well known contractor of New Haven
F. T. Budge, after spending a vllle with friends. Mr. Titus expects to hotel at Miami. The captain informed Chicago to attend to some Important Conn., will do Con tract- ,
week or so in town, returned to Miamion visit California about the end of the us that he may return In about two matters which need his presence and McDonald In hustling thing along, so Mr. Rahner Is a hard-wotking, conscientious
Monday.Col. month. months' time. will probably not return before the Latter that he can get the hotel ready for Mr. \ and thorough; business man,
part of August. Henry W. Merrill the coming and his many friends will be pleased to
D. L. Gaulden spent a day or no -Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins and family season.
In Miami this week, attending to law and Mrs. E. B. Wager and family left -Julius Kline's (Tltusville) dry !goods -There will be services at the Methodist Contractor McDonald who line been learn that lie Is to remain-for a time at
matters. here Saturday last, for Mountain Lake store was the busiest place in town on church on Sunday next, at 11 a. mn. spending n couple of days or no In Jacksonville least-as chief of the passenger depart
Park Md., where they will spend a few Wednesday for he had? quite a rush of and 7:10::< p. m. "Is the Liquor' Traffic a and St. Augustine! panned south ment. May he remain there permanently
-Miss\ Mabel Roberts, of Mims, Is months. Mr. Robbins and Mr. Wager business Just after receiving those teaching school and making many friendsat accompanied them as far as Jacksonville fine ladies' shirtwaists, which are still will be tho subject discussed at night.

Reams. returning home on Monday.The being rapidly disposed of. You will bo welcome. Circumventing 1 MotiqiiltovM. Itoute to KeyVuNt.. -

-The county registration books are St. Augustine Herald says : -The Melbourne Times says : "Our -Rev. II. M. Ooodell, of the Titus- ,-
still open at the court-house presidedover pretty lawns, neat cottages paved hide-
"Governor Altgeld that everything villo Presbyterian church, has boon known
Mr. says A mixture! : of glycerine and carbolic The following well gentlemen
by Tom Johnson.Mr. walks and shelled streets attract the at-
in the United :States Is mortgaged and all granted a month's vocation which he acid In said to form .a wonderful protec- from Key West, who liavo been attending .
tention of who see them. Even the
J. D. Crabb, who has been all the interest goes to Englani. It the informed us he would spend between tion from mosquitoes I nn well us a cute the Republican !State: Convention at
spending a day or two In town, gave our would be edifying to know where our passengers a pretty on town train!I' Yes.remark" Correct: 'Isn'tthis New Smyrna, Daytona and St. Augustine.In /. for the bltos. Take about twenty drops Ocala panned through Titusvllle lost
office a pleasant call English cousins get so much that consequence, there will be no serviceat their home
on Monday.Mr. money Brother Oslln we have hoard the of the acid and put It Into a bottle con- }4"rltlayafternoon, on way :
they can lend to the whole wot'Id. There same the above church during that time. of
Peter A. Wllllnnrm president
\ Gad Bryan returned to Miami remark on the train. taining an ounce of glycerine and l half F.K'1',
ia no free silver over there." The Sunday school wlll as usual. West Board of Trade J Ramon
on Monday\ after spending Sunday at jnoet an ounce of rosemary water. If use! Key ; udgo)
his -The Boston Courier, just received at at the "sting, of the bites will Alvarez United States Commissioner for
home in New Smyrna.Mr. -Mr. Adhemar Brady spent from Saturday -Miss\ Kittle McDonald' the charming freely night
until Tuesday with his friend, Mr. the ADVOCATE office, has a very fine daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald be almost miraculously cured and the the port of Key West; Col. Win. R. Kerr
W. W. Russell of Cinctnnatus II. S. Williams of Rockledge. He says view of the New Mount Pleasant House has been visiting her school mates at disfiguring blotches removed by mot n- a prominent contractor, and Geo. W.
Farms, is having; things pushed ahead in his visit was a most enjoyable one, and White Mountain, on its front page. It' St. Joseph's Academy St. Augustine, Ing. If the odor U unbearably disagreeable Allen Ksq.!: president of the First National
great shape on that extensive property it gave him great pleasure to visit the la under the management of those well this week. She through Titus- add a drop of attar of ruse to 'bank. All these gentlemen were
\t Sebastian. orange groves and note the rapid growth known publU caterers, Messrs.\ Anderson vllle yesterday afternoon, on her way to the 11'1111.1.The anxiously looking out for the ADVOCATE

-Commissioner Joseph Richardson of they are putting on. Orange growerson A Price of Ormoiid. Miami, and told an ADVOCATE reporter candidates through. The following

the Southern States Passenger Association Indian River are much encouraged.Tom -"I like the ADVOCATE very much an that she had had a very enjoyable time Now Mount IMciuutiit' '' IIouxo were nominated at the con-
and wife have taken rooms at the it is free from any kind of reading matter In the Ancient Citle. St. Augustine In vention :
Hotel Aragon, Atlanta.Mr. Jones, a well-known colored that would be objectionable to the well known for its hospitality. Oovernol'-Goorge'V. Allen of Mon
man died Tuesday morning from the members of The IJ.mton (Courier referring to our
Silas B. Wright has retired from effects of poisoning at West Palm Beach. la doing good my work family for; the and,East besides Coast., it -Contractor P. J. Hall has had the well known and highly-respected' Or- roe.Judge; Supreme Court-Tlios. E. Wit-

the insurance firm of Hall &; Wright Suspicion points to his wife and she Is Find check for $1.60 enclosed." Extract masons at work this week, laying the mend residents, Messrs.[ Anderson & son, of Orange.
Titusville, Mr. R. F. Hall having pur- under arrest pending the report of the from a letter received from brick on Mr. E. L. Brady' store. WorkIs Price, ban the following to say respect' Secretary of State-T. F. McGooln, of
chased Mr.. Wright's Interest in the coroner's jury. A post mortem was gentleman in Connecticut.Mr. a prominent also being pushed ahead on the inside ing them, which we can fully vouch for Walton.
business. Drs. Potter and Pugh and his of the building, so tlnit ere another from personal experience : Attorney-General B. Sheppard, of

-The Ladies' Guild of St. Gabriel' I: stomach removed for analysis. Wm. M. Brown came up from month has claimed It Is more than probable "Messrs. Anderson fc: Price, the manager.'of Franklin county.ComptrollerJno..
episcopal church had Miami Tuesday, for the purpose of seeing that Mr Brady will have removedhis the new Mount Pleasant House McDougall of Leon.
meeting at at the residence very of Mrs.enjoyable Wm. -Conductor Bugbee brought two pig- his wife and family ere they left for stock: of goods from tune ADVOCATE!: at the White )Mountains won 'golden! Treasurer-W. A. Allen, of Volusla.
M. Brown last Friday afternoon. eons from St. Augustine Saturday last, Saybrook and New Hartford, Conn., for building, and be doing business In Ills opinions from all sorts of people' for Superintendent of Schools-Bryan 7.
(Friday) afternoon the guild will, \ TNiIs meetat to Titusville, and turned them loose. the rest of the summer. Mrs. Brown new store. There will then be one store the perfect manner In which they entertained Marsh, of Lake.Com101811loner.
One of the pigeons, which are owned by for rent In Titusvllle particulars of their last The
the residence of Mrs. T. T. Wetmore.Mr. and family left !Here Wednesday Mr. guests season. of Agriculture Jas.
Cha Segnl, of the above place, returned Brown accompaying them as far a* which may be obtained from Bobbins; house itself Is perfectly equipped In Harden, of Polk.Pr".ldential .
C. T. McCarty director of agriculture !- home-a distance of some 120 milesIn Jacksonville. A large number of the Graham or C. II. Walton. everything that appertains to a first-class Electors-M. B. McFar-
for the Bahamas has returned about three hours, while the other friends of Louise and Mark Brown were T hotel. The cuisine Is something to be lane of HllUborough J. T. Walls of
home on a vacation. lie Is very much two did not return until several hours at the station to present them with several The Kant Coant. remembered with, delight but beyond Alachua E. C. Weeks of Leon, Samuel
Pleased with the Bahamas and its people. later. bouquet of Mowers and to bid them all these matters Is the fact that Messrs. Petty of NMlaU.Alternaten..

The fact is Mr. McCarty is not only a -Mr. Grant G. Springer owner of the adieu. The Fernandlna correspondent of the Anderson fc Price are gentlemen of taste) B. Brooks of Marlon,
gentleman of excellent qualifications Cocoa and West Palm Beach ice factories -Mr. J. II. Rollins of Florida Citizen nay : "Private communications and culture and know how to cater to : H. I[. Attaway of Escambla, J. L.
but he has that happy faculty of making has been suffering from a troubleto been In town this week, doing Orlando businessfor hat have been received and referred the wants of those who have been accustomed ;. Pherlg of Loon, N. C. Wamboldt of
friends by his geniality. Hence his his for time to good living and! good service. Duval.
pop- eyes some put. He has the Mutual Reserve Fund to the) Board of Trade In regardto
ularity In the Bahamas. Life Association These gentlemen conduct the Hotel For J. N. of
been to a specialist in Savannah having said to be the largest natural Fernandina taking the foremost part Congress- Stripling
-Mrs Julia D. his eyes examined and has since gone to In a trade edition relating to the whole Ormond at Ormond, Volusla county, Duval county.
Tuttle and Mr. C. H. premium association In tho world. Mr. :
New York to another We Florida one of the most delightful places Ito.. Joseph E. Leo, of Jacksonville
specialist. Florida
Thompson, who went to New York a Rollins, who I. not new to the Indian' of the east coast of which will "
trust he will derive benefit In the south. was) the only candidate against Stripling
couple of weeks great from his River been soon be published In St. Augustine.
or BO ago, accompanied country-having business -
latter visit and home and Lee and his followers not at
return with were
by Kiss Fannie Tuttle returned to Miami eyesas In THusrllle some years ago-ha* The wonderful development of the east
Monday keen and bright as of yore. coast owing to the construction of the all pleased at the result.
night. They left Miss Fannie been appointed general agent for that Ladle' Shirt Wal.tM.
Mr. Allen U
north, where she was getting along section of Florida lying between Tltusille last Coast hallway render It an easy -- a very prominent Key
nicely. Her many friends will be glad Piano for Sale. and West Palm Beach. He expects and pleasant task to show advantages for Julius Kline the well-known dry goods West lawyer and for ..veral.ean past
subscriber to tho ADVOCATE. The
a :
to I learn her health Is much Improved. to remain on the East Coast new settlers that are possessed by no
sev- merchant of Tltosvllle Is
now offering
A fine, mahogany, square piano for oral weeks so our people will have other locality In the Union. I Key West people should feel proud of
an 000 ladle shirt waists made of Garner'scelebrated
sale In Titusvllle; cost $500; will sell for the honor conferred upon their citizen.
pportunlty of forming the acquaintance percale and chambresj each
Boned Wanted. $:l00 cash or on time. ;
'" For further partltulars address, o f the above gentleman. Dllll waist of a different color, and with large, i

Save your oonN--and send them to the PlAJTO, bishop's sleeves, at OUcts. each. They Mr- GIVE TilE "ADVOCATE" AX
Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack.sonville Care of ADVOCATE, Remember the Mia Florence Norwood, Titusville, will be on sale all next week so do nol ADVT. It U a Good Advertising Me
ADvocATE: doe all
Fla. Will pay cash for them. Titnsvllle, FU. kinds of Job Piloting. Fla. attended Mall orders to. promptly and efficiently fall to one before they are all disposed C dlum their business for those who want to increase




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n Democratic Nominees. your idea prevail small producers' of the proposed change;( of public road I ordered to be paid : Florida East Coast

fruits can easily have their fruits distilled running from Chas. K. Maddox'a north J., Mendel-- county com . .* 10 80 Railway

:. ; f f For Presidential Electors into brandy without going to the expense line in City Point to W. F. Dlxon's south F. T. Budge, . . 600
i : still. . 30 60
of putting up or operating a line be, and the same Is, hereby rescind R. D. Hoke, FOHMKRLY THE
II U. A. niTRKOKD of Marlon county. "In view of the fact that the distillation ed back to the petition of J. D. Hatter J.Houston, ', . . 1720
." 'l W. S. JENNINCH/ of llernando county. of pears oranges, pineapples and Geo. K. Chester M. P. ]Moon and eleven W. H. Sharpe . . 13 00 Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.

{ SYD. L. CAUTKU of Alachua county. other fruits and berries included in the others dated City Point\;, Nov. 1, 1805 A. A. Stewart, accountant . 1500( ) Time Table In Kffeot June lath, 18OO.
-1. ; I.J [I' .T. F. WKLUOKN, of Orange county. new law, will be an experiment I can addressed to the Honorable Board of J. Mendel 4 cops corns.' prcdngs B 00)
not hesitate to approve that idea, as I County Commissioners; and the said Cocoa & R'ckledge News printing 10 75I. -==
't ; For Congress 2d Congressional Dint. : believe the best results will be obtained petition bo now reacted upon, and N. M. R. Ice Factory, ice. . . .1 15 South Bound. North Bound.S1'ATI0"'S .

% KOBKItT W. IJ.\.VIS. commercially and otherwise. Fish, Geo. E. Chester and L. R. Dixon Melbourne News, printing . 5 00 l'io37' 11102011NO'3 No. :So ---.....
1 For Uovornor : "In conclusion, I will say that the department be appointed viewers under the law,. B. R. Wilson attendance on prsnr 1 00 STATIONS.Noal.. 78. XO.3'J"il3: .,
'iI 11 WILLIAM IX BLOXHAM. at Washington has notified me to mark view and layout the J. F. Wooten part com. for 18UO!: 200) 00 Lv J ack.on v lIIe. .. II Ilia '"'f i P ::-:::::: :-:-:-:::; Lv Miami. .. ... I! 00... 111 :-- ......:!.
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; that this work are . 8 75 AI' St. AUlCnlltlne. 1030 a P III. /
regulations governing /1:13 .1
: For JiiHtlco Supreme Coutt : with Instructions to perform their duties Electric Light Co., lights Lv StAIlflIotlne. 11136 a. .. .. ........ . ,. Lv Jo't Lauderdale. I! 1)7 am. :
j M1I.TOX II. 1IA HY. now In the hands of the printer and as and make their report to this boaixat H. Tltun, pros atty., salary. . 33 34 Lv 111. PaJ..tka.. 11 a . .. .... .... . ..,. LvLlntCIlI..... ... 61)2 a In. 724 .1
.,. ';\ ; [ soon as possible a supply will be forwarded their meeting the first Monday in E. B. Wager ptg. Jen. of precincts 10 00 Ar Palatka.... .... r ii'"' == :::::-: :-:-:-:::' Lv W Palm Beach 7 311 .. In ,

, .'I For Secretary: of State : to this office and immediately August next. E. B. Wnger, tax statement. 1 00Chao. Lv Palatka.. .... 10 05.. .. .. .... .. ....... -. .-....-.: Lv Lv Jelllllm.W.JlIplter............ 81)\1 805.\ a, III .. QaH'j"
: : JOHN I* CUAWFOUD.For upon receipt of them, applicants will\ be On motion It was ordered that the report Crabb work on courthouse 2 :50 Artlan M..teo.... -I Uti., -. .. -.... ... ....'Lvllen.; ... .. ... \\104 a 111 hi. '
: ; furnl hed. of W. B. Hanlin Chas. Cleveland E. W. Hall, part com. as tax coll. 20000 Lv S"" Mateo ... 10 11I1.. .. .. ... .... . .: :
t { ::: 84\1\
t !F I Attorney Joneral "In the meantime persons who contemplate and R. B. ,Stewart appointed by this J. E. Bowman sheriff . . 4 00 I.vOri riul.; ... .... 12I11 p-----: : : :: : : : : :::: 1 : : : .. \\II
; lA, .* WILLIAM U. LAMAU. In the business should I.v ,;" engaging board at their regular in June J. E. Bowman feeding co. prsnrs I 0 00 Jo.u. Ualll .. .. ..
meeting I.v :'ort Oranle. 1 III I' . .... .... .. .... Lv 11 33 III.. "
1. A. I ,' For Comptroller : make application at once in order that as viewers to mal'k. view and layout J. E. Bowman, dogs 4 00 Lv New 8mvrnl1.: .. 1511 I' .. .... .. ...., Lv nockludge btls .
I I W. ir. HEY OLI>S. they may be served with blank: forms the best practical route for several roads J. E. Bowman janitor . . A 00) I.v.I.ltuovUle...... 2/13/ I' . ..... ... .... .. Lv Cocoa".... .... 12110 I' In .
i I. I with the least poaslble delay."I 1.1 ('0"0"...... .... 331 l' .. .. ..... .. .... Lv 'fltusville.. .... 12/11I/ I' III .. .. '
For Treasurer : In response to petition of 10 pl'opel.tyowners J. E. Bowman/ jailor . . :30 00 I.v n..ckIUllltf'. htl8 .. .. ... ..... Lv New Smyrna... 21 1 pili.. .. .. .
.1 t believe a great Industry can be fostered In Georgiana Is received and accepted J. E. Bowman, sheriff . . 1300< > i I.v Joan e alllu. .... 4 I P .. .... .. Lv "ort Ur..ugu.. .. 22'l Pili. ..
1 CLA11EXCE B. COLLINS and buit up by leading men in they having performed their ]M. S. Jones qr. salary as co. Judge 75; 00 Lv Melhollrne. .... 4 13 I' .. . ..... . .... Lv Haytona... .... 2i3.: m .. .. ,
: Kov of Pulillo their respective localities throughout 1041T. Lv Muh..tlan. ...... 1\7 P .. .... .... Lv Orll1..II.I.. .... .. 24/111/ III .... I
!: i i Supt. Instruction i duties under the law. It l is further, ordered T. J. Cockshutt regls. officer. Lv Fort pleroe.... 1111/1/ p ... 4 10 a.... .. Lv ElIOt Palatka... 423 Pili.. .. .. ... .
I W. N. SIJEAIS. Florida and open up a channel for the that the road luyed out by snii 1 J. Cockshutt extra work r. o. 27 00 1.1 jolun .... 632 P .... .. IHlla .. ..,. ArSali M..teo.. ... TMp-In ,- -
: disposition of any surplus or unmarketable viewers across Mertitts Island, from Mary Futch pauper. 000 Lv JA".en.." .... 637 I' .. .. 1\31.. .... nMateo .. .. 3I1(1I'.II .
; i tl For Commissioner of Agriculture : crop of the fruits peculiar to our Indian to Bnnana between . 10 oo l.v'V. .Juplter.. .. 730 P .... .... 807 a .. ... .... :....-..
river the line Charity Padgett Arl.aJatka. 4110 -
on .
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.'If" LUCIUS H. WOM WELL.I r.v Hlvler. .. 7110 I' "
: and heretofore denied the ... ....
I : : ., I" I climate privileges lots t 5 and 0, pint of Georglnna Wm. Anderson 000() I.v 'V 1'.lm l1each 80/1/ I' .... ... 030... .. .. I.vPalatkll. 400PIII : .
( ,' !"i of the fruit brandy law." the same being on a section! line to the Sarah Bean ]I) 00CllI'lstian Lv I.lnton .. 8 4 I' ".. .... 11 08.. .... Ar St. AlIlCust.lne. I) 111 I' III .... .. ,:--- -
i width of :20 feet and of 10 oo Lv jo' 0361' ... .... 115... .. .. .. Lv 8t. AUjluotlne. I! 1/1/ P In 7 IKI .
: : : : being 1pal.t Jncobsou Lv I llnon City. 1020 I' .... .... 3111I.. .. .". Ar Jackoonvlne. 6 36 P 111 8111I" .
t i THE FRUIT BRANDIES OF FLORIDA. miEVAKI> COUNTY COM- their report on file In the clerk's) otlice M Ilaydon . 400 AI' M I1mll .. .. .". 10 30 I' .... 3 211 a . -
. ,- be declared a public road, and that notices L. Eaufalla: . 400 A. & W. DRAXC1I.
1 tj. :MISSIONKllS.TITCSVILLB of Intention to open the same ns a J.IewIR. II . ((100 Trains 31, 32, 37, and 78 between Jacksonville NOUTH IIOCNlJ. -

,; ; : JOEO0.11 wAWr'TO KNOW public road bo posted according to law Anna Gore . 500 and. St. Augustine, dally.
} .I'f; iI It Is further ordered that the roads described W. H. Sharpe for road woik 10 00 Train 20H between Miami and Fort I'lerce STATIONS" No 2 No 4S0: -

: TIII3 LA'W. July C, 1890. In their report as part of their R. D. Hoke . 200 00 dally except )\1I11I1II1Y.I Ar.. New Smyrna 123/111/ 11301'--:
The Board of County Commissions report Is as follows: The road already J.lIIendel.II 17050F. I All other trains Houtli of fit. Aii"nntlno dally Lake. Hulen, 12311p 4 ()(It' .

Collector 'VlIl>lon IHMIIOS the Dc- met pursuant to adjol1l' ment. 1'resent: established near the Indian River bo extended T. Budge, mtl'l.II . .5 fiO except Sunday.. .. Or..nlC O. City Juno( Ity 121101'I 3111' 3 33111":JlII' .

wired Information.D Wm. II. Sharpe, chairman ; J. Mendel across lots Nos 1, 2, 4 and 5, until J. Houston . 33 50 SOU'fH BOUXI .
J. Houston K. D. Hoke; A. A. Stewart It connects with the road as laid down Tn. of Cocoa % town's road tax 47 1(1( >

., wid I f S.:! Williams secretary of the clerk ; J. E. Bowman shod IT, The following on the plat of Georgian and continue E. B. Wager printing blanks. !8:i 75 STATIONS. No
Ocalu Board of Trade, having: written the business was transacted to-wlt: that road I as located on said plat. diagonally J. )[Mendel pntg. and reprg./ roofs New Smyrna 20np Oilla: 11iuLv
Hon. (too. W Wilson colluctor of Inter- The minutes of last meeting were read across lots Nos. G.! 8, 10, 11, 12 and of jail court-h and clerk's office 10880 .. I..ake Helen 2I'I'/ 10 II I ii,il revenue JarkHonvllle }<'I"., for Information and confirmed. 13, thence increasing the angle to the O. F. Paddison shingles for crth. 41 88 Lv Or""lte CIty 3 IIII' 1122a ,
In lel.itlon; to the now law Upon hearing/ the petition of citizens east across lots li and 15 west of two F. T. Budge matrl. for jail crth. 20 45) Ar O. City JlIno. 301111 11 3I'aTJ '

t passed by tlio last Congress allowing the of Fort Drum requesting that the votIng blazed pine trees to a dead blazed pine 1 R Hotel fdg. jurornMcCor. trial 4 35:
manufacture of fl'ultllinto of said be tree the south line of lot width ol e.e 'rlme Tablu .bows tho times at ,,'hlch traln may be expecte.1 to arrive a,1 dOI'art''"",
: brandy, etc., place precinct changed on 15, J. }I Bowman fdg. state prsnrs. 3000 tho e "r.1 tatlollH. tmt their arrIval or departure at thu tIme. tate.ll. not Iuarauteed, ,, .
Colluctor, Wilson In reply said : from Henry L. Parker's house to the road :30 I() feet. Also to extend the present The Board adjourned to meet on the the Co 4umy hohlltHelt re p"" llle for any delay ..r any con equence8 arising thorerorm.J. .""r '.
( hu commissioner of internal revenue store of Joel W. Swain, it was ordered county road south from the Methodist first Monday in August.A n. .... 1UOTT. JOS111PII IUCIIAUDSON.
; with I the approval of the secretary of that the change be made and that hereafter church to the north lino of lot 8, directly 1.I.r""hlenl. O"n'l P..o""nler AII."t.

.j the treasury may exempt distillers of Swain's store be the voting place south across lots 8, 10, 11 and 12:. to n Clmitce to :Make :Money.I .
brandy made exclusively from apples for said precinct and that the said trimmed live-oak bush, thence south diagonally

:: )poaches: griipus\ pears, pineapples, oranges change be eritored in the revised record across lots 13,14 and 15, until
I II' apilcots: berilos or prunes from of precincts.On It meets and connects with the road first have berries grapes and peaches a The Tropical Trunk Line.Jacksonviile
any piovislon of this title relating to the motion the tax books were taken described at the dead blazed pine tree on year old, fresh as when picked. I use .
.''", f inaiinfactiiro o{ spUlts, except an to the up for equalization, and the following/ the south line of lot 15 ; width 30 feet be the California Cold process do not heat
tax there on when In hln judgment it changes made : declared a public road, fo be opened and or seal the fruit just put it upcold;
''t'1 t may be expedient' to do HO." A 8 T K val low'd worked without any expense to the keeps perfectly fl'ellh. and costs almost Tampa & Key West Railway

Formerly the exemption I above referred FB Rogers, 2145 41 20 34 2145 KiOO) ) county and notices be posted according nothing; can put up a bushel In ten
to extended only aa to npples peaches J A Patlllo to law. minutes. Last week I sold directions to JOSEPH H. DURKEE. Receiver.S .

and. grapes exclusively; HO It would be seWofse 11 11 20 35 :J00! 200 On petition of Chas. Nauman et. al. over 120 families; anyone will pay a dollar U'fn. _
I ., well if the ADVOOATK reader cut out E M Breese, for a public road from the terminus of for directions when they see the .2i""N0.23TIme T"ble I.. Jrr""t!: Apr. 3. ,00. NORTH
No. No. II N .
llio following! and panto it up for refer- s 5 chains of present county road: to the north line of beautiful samples of fruit. As there are Nil. 32. No. NCI. ;
Plioo. .. .. .... 7K.\\
o I.v. .JACKSOsVILLE": .Ar' II 111I a m Iii:;;;
unco: lot InH lotU:! 1f!) 14 25 301200()() 1000 Dummitt grove the board appointed many people poor like myself I consider ..... .. Mlxerl 837p 1127a. ... ...Oranlu Park. .. .. .... 720am l1x"loW'y
"The law icqiilres each applicant, In E K Breeso J. 8. Cochran II. Futch and William It my duty to give my experience to .. :\ 847p liMo. .. .... .I'oorl.... ..... . 708aln 33lpmTuus"ar
order to become qualified distiller: lots 5, 0, 7. 1S3 24 27 37 800 (U 00) ) Wat ton to view, mark and layout the such, and feel confident any one can ........ and I'rl 1011 P 1153 a. . .. .MalCnolla.... .... .. .. 640 a In 3 13p III Thllr.'"
. .... 1011p! 9117a. .. ....Green (;ove "' 1'rlng8. .... ... 638am SOOplll & &1
"J'II'IIt-'ro! register the still with the U W [Parker same and make their report to thlllboard make one or two hundred dollars around ........ . . .... .... .... . ....n08twlck. .. .. . . .... .. . ..... ... ..
collector! of Internal revenue. lots 3, 4 ex. at thtlr next meeting in August home In a few days. I will mall sample ........ 10 111n 1I21p! 10 a. .. .. .. ... .. .. .. ... 530aln 222pIII 82IJII
"Second: -Notify the collector of Intention 10 ac In lot 4 80 24 27 37 1000 (iOO 1800. of fruit and complete directions to .... 11 24ll 1I112p IIUa. .... ..S..tsnma. .. ... . 411OalO 1111'1'11I 2-11<11
to dI8tll1ln 1\lrs 11 Duckew J. Mendel J. Houston and any . 11 4Ua 12 07 P 11 24.... .. ..... Pomona.. ... .. .. .. 4 40 amI 47 p III 221 P
commence R. D. of your readers for eighteen two-cent .. 12 1111' ]2 2'l a 11 31n ..... .Crescunt City JlInctloll... .... 42.1 a In 136" In 1M P
"Third-File bond with the collector + ne-4'" nwlof Hoke made their seml-Rnnunll'epol't for stamps which is only the actual cost of ... 12 1101' 12 S., a 11 1Iln.: ... .. ......Revllle.. .. .... .... ... 4 01a\ m 1 m p III l29p
as a fruit brandy distiller. (Forms furnished se ... nelofllwi. road work done In their respective districts the samples postage etc. to me. .... .... 235 P 113a 122111' .... ..DeJ.eon Spring... .... ... 327am 1247alll 11:13.: .
this o/Ilco./ which ........ 320 P 1211a 12321' .... ... .... (Henwood .... ..... .... 310..m 1241 alii IOIii."
HO; examined the
by 312137 ( () board
) ) SOOG was by FRANCIS CASEY, St. Louis Mo. ... .... 4110 P 140... 12 4 I' ..... ...... ... ..... 30lam! 12lIIam: IOli..
"When the 'llrst' requirement in compiled Wlol.ton. and found correct and vouchers (tiled In .... 420 p. .... 1071' Ar Lv. . ..... 1210alll.1210p .
.. .. ... ..........
with the .... .... .... .. } .DeLa n d { .. .
and mieond! is asked for a 13-ft lot /) the clerk's office for money expended by 1210pLv. Ar .. .. I 07 P'"
by the applicant will 114-ft Jot 6n the different commissioners. ChaM. :M. Cooper. .... .. ... .... .... tl211I' .... ..... ..Enterprloe . .... .. .. .. 915alll.
deputy-collector n ..,. .. ... . 3 2/11'/ AI' .........Tl'l'U8VILLE ......... Lv .. .... t 7 10... III .
be detailed to make n survey of the still, .of nl ofaw Permits were granted to the following . ... .... .... ..... 2ol'! .... .. .. .Paola........ :.... .. .". .... 8115 am.
In order to ascertain. the capacity number ... ::10 1:1:1: : 36 ll){)() 1J(1J ( ( persons to carry repeating rifles: R. L. !ROCKLKDOK July 13, 1800. .... .... . .... ..... 8 1/11'/ ... ...... .Sor"nto......... ... .. . .... 7011 a III .
of boll Inns that can bo eiructed lu 1\lI11er p't Motlow, Winchester J, B. Colts . . . ........ 33111' . ... ..... ..Mt.Vora....... ..... .. .... ... 6... ..1II.
; Smith !; Editor Advocate: .. ... ... .... ... . 311I11"" Ar....... ....Tavare .... ..... .Lv .. ..... .. 630alll. .
21. hours on the still etc. lot I, 2. pll'tse"i. P. S. Titus, Winchester ........ I! 20 l' :& 36 aI 201' Ar....,..., .Sanford..... .... ....Lv 200 am 11 M...n.. 010',
"After complying with the 'first' and ne! dllild. The county treasurer, having made his Dear Sir-While I do not care for any .. ... . . 3211... 2171' .. .. .....Altam..nte tlprlngll.. ... .. 120..11I. JlIlam.!
'second' requirements) the applicant before b. n PIC IHO 261 1a7/\ 41 1(10)( 800 monthly report on the fine and forfeit newspaper notoriety I cannot resist the ..... . ... 342 a 22111' .... ."WlnterPark.. ........... I06am lI00alll.
........ ..... .. :III/ a 2 401' .... .. .. ...Orl..ndo.. .... ... 12II/ a m 111/11I/ a III .
being allowed to proceed will bo required Mrs A It Edwal' ure fund for the month of June the temptation of writing you to say how . .... ...... 430 a 31111' .... .....Kloolmmoe. . .... .". 1212am 1020..11I.. .
to give give! a good and sufficient S p't lot same being examined and found correct pleased myself and friends are at therlnd .. ... .... .... I! 20 a 4121' Ar..... .. .n..rtow . ... .. nOlpm! l132am.
bond, with at least two sureties or by a 3 des 11. book was approved by the; manner in which the ADVOCATE is .... .... ... 627 a 4I . .Lakeland .... . 1030.' m 911II & III .
I .. ... .... .... t 7 20... I! 4111'' . ... .. ., nartow.. .. .. . .. t 6 II1 rID 8 311 a III .
surety company authorized to become n. pa"e :J2. 10 3a7: U 400 :JOO On motion J. Houston and R. D. Hoke supporting that noble worker and friend ..... . .... ... 10 41'1'' Ar..Punta Gorda..... 'I.Lv.. .... t305alll.
Mircty on bonds of this kind. The penal V Ma/-tI'uder/ ralaed10tR were appointed a committee to burn the ,, of the people-Charley Cooper. Know- .... . 1100 a 6 OI'I'Ar.' .. .... .. .. ...... ..... 1I000pm 800am..
mini of the bond Is tlxed according to :..I and a. 137 :JI: 21) 33 1J0t) 700n. warrants turned over by the treasurer as ng as we now do, that the pink paper is . . .. .. 8111a 61/11'/ ..... .Tamp.. nay Hotel. . 440pm 741I&m.
. ... .... R .... .. .. ....
the III! II 64/11'/ Ar. l'on Tampa. .. .Lv 410.' &II 71/1/ a III.Ion
capacity of the still. E Mlms wiof per schedule. The committee, reporting un as a legitimate newspaper and has ..... ]\ ami Thur8 I) 311p I.v. ... .. .Port Tampa...... .Ar 230 P m Th"..... allli 811n.
"The 1h'st. second and third requirements nwJ.::(. IW! having performed their duty asked to 'no ax to grind" please add my name .... .. ..1. & Friday. 3IH'pAr... ... ..Key'Vuot..... . I.v 1)'I'at., '
..... Wed an.Sat.. el 00.. . .. .. .. .. . . a'lIl I'at.
are the requisite essentials before of sw :(. . 60 is 21 3i: 300 500U be discharged which was accordingly to, its subscription list. The ADVOCATE: Ar. Havan. Lv 1230 P m Wel. '
an applicant Is quail/ lied to commence J Cogglrill. done. la getting more popular than ever. Success
distilling brandy from fruits, and after lots :It 4. fI, Hon. M. 8. Jones county judge having to It. Yours truly, Dally t Daily except !Buncluy.
they have all been complied with cither des. (I. book made his monthly report for licenses Trains 23 and 78-Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars. between :New York mul. I ITampa I',

through deputy-collector* or printed Instructions J. page .no.. 16 :I.' 33 ::100 ..tOOU issued during the month of Juno was -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine dully. .
famished by this ottice. L Faber Train 23, leaving Jacksonville dally at 8:00: a ra., arrives at Hawthorne at 11:43: Oallle11J2
bdn examined and approved. No. one, $5: ; No. two, (10; No. three, $15Titusvllle : Ocala I 1:38.: Leusburic 3:3X: Ilrooksvllle B:(OB p. in. Train. leaving Jacksonville at 8.00: p.n
"Persons desiring/ to qualify- fruit pl\rt Fld't The following bills wore audited and Fla. .arrives at Oakland 8:12 a. in., Laooochoe 10:40 a. m., Tarpon Springs 3::30< p. m., Clewwater. 4.3 ;
brandy distillers dliould apply to this by 1I0lmes m., St. Petersburg B::4O p. in., daily except Sunday.
olllco for the proper forma on which to, s by Strauss 10 33: 23 3(1( 400 WO ----- Trains 21 and 32, through Pullman sleeping cars between Jacksonville and Tampa.V. .
register their stills and to notify the colluctor C L Faber B. COFKIN O. I>. ACKEULY,
General AK"
General ra aenner
of their Intention to commence se of seJex ::(

distilling."Ho 7 acres. 33n: 23 30 200 400
:! far us the first legal roijulromentHaro W R Sanders:! HARRY MASON &: CO.

concerned I have tried to explain s+ lot 3, lots SL
them go as not to be misunderstood, and. 4, ft, 0, 7 and The florida (Central peninsular
will now refer to other f out u res of the ne>.' of sw>::/ 140 :3 I 21 30$ 700 DOO

business which I think many l personsare J P Usher, II. MASON CO.W Jobbers in Fine Imported
anxloua to bo informed upon an numerous part lot ldes Short Line between Florida and nil Northern Points.
letters have boon received this deed book T, Hay Street,

oilico touching upon them page UI3. 8 1)-1:! 30 000 700C ( JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars High Only 133 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

lilt la necessary for fruit distillers to A Wlllaril.pal.t Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, Bal
keep a book, in which they shall. enter, lot 1. 7 1' 5 24 30 :200 400J
from day to day the kind and quantity o Norwood tlmore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East f

of materials purchased or received, and part of leJ.::(. 15 U 24 SOI/ () 100 Grade Whiskies, Etc. Everett Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga Nashville Louisville, Cinclnnaj
the name of the persons from whom the T It Sunders "1'- =_ and Chicago. I
materials are purchased or received and. lots 1, :2!, 3, 4, 140 10 24 30 800 1000A -'......---. '
J shall also make a true and exact W Cook- -- Everett Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis Little Rock, Kansas City,
; 'j, entry Whiakioa Imported an.1 Domestic Southern nolle, Kockand Rye. . ....from $1JM> per pal Louis Chicago Sioux:! City. I
of the hours which the still is operated veil agt, part llraniUen Uoniestlc, apple, pouch' \\'Iawkberry. and penoli and honey. .from *1.6A per tal
: each day the kind quantity/ and condition lot 1. . 00 20 :24 :30 2000 2SOO (>ln_Holland, Old Tom, eto... ........, ...., . . . ...... .from tlJSO per p l River Junction Pensacola., Mobile, New Orleans Texas Mexico\ Califoi
; of fruits tided the number of times II B Howard Hum ... . ...... . .. ..... .. ..... .. .. ..... . ... .........,..... .from '1.BO per KH! and the Paciilo\ Const. Effective April 1O, 1800.
; Wine*-Port, Sherry Catawha Muscatel, Claret, eto., from .. .. ..,.... ....l.oo per gal .
the still is boiled olt each day etc. nw>4' of no.l':( 40.11):11:. : 30 200 400K ('lareta-FlneotllraOl.\ ... ... ,,... . ......... .from '2.2S per case New York Express!: No. 38. 'loave J'"''J"I
"Severe:! penalties are provided for L Motlow Huttloil Beer. ........... .., ,, .. ............. .from.l.30l.erd.... vine 7:30: a. m., Tlully, with ThruiiirU\!\!.....hl I" :
making false return to this office. lot U. a 6-ft 23P" AH other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. Sleepers Haltlmore for, Savannah Colun.bia, New York, ::r
"Abstracts from tills book must be of lot 11. 3 23: 3150: :IrK) Jugs and demijohns will bo packed in boxes when so requested without ex Eastern 'points.Philadelphia Connects for *en mi'
made to the colluctor at the end of every ME Titus ay tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will Arrives Jacksonville 11:110: p..u.

month lots R, (1, blk not take: liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. New York Fallt Mall No. M, ':
"After the distilling process is completed E, Titusvillo :3 I 22 35: SOl) 400)( Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO., Jacksonville 6BO: p. m. daily for 1U. n .
the brandy must be drawn oil into A C Gardner 301, 307, 300, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE: FLA. ern points and for Kerimnillnu. Arrive J.
casks of not )Ions than ten /gallons capacity lots 1, 3,5,7, Mouvllle 10:29: a. III.

when it will be gauged by an oill 8, 0, 10, 0,
sub. div. B.B :3 I :22: 35 170 275 Labor Saving I Economical Incombustible Only Lino Through, the Beautiful Hi
cer."Within four months after. the brandy l'ace&Doyle. Country of Middle Florida, Fen,,f"J"* ,
";Kseambl Leave J ">
is gauged the distiller must pay the tax lot 2, blk tt. 3 22: 3jjQ: 100 fllr Lak" CIty.Bay.Live Oak. Madllllln. ]5ontMllTalltthusHee : | ,
on the same at the rate of $1.10 per proof It Tompklns, River Junction, I>onsi ;"'C.JI.
Kiillon except In oases where the distiller lots :3 and 0. :3 I :22. : 3r.o: 150 "PAINTOFF. New Orleans. ,and the southwest. Carrie, I exI"'I""'
fornla and the 1'aclrto Coast. ;
has placed the brandy In a special bonded M Goldsmith Arrives. Jacksonville. T:OB a. m.
warehouse. : n} lot 6 bile fl 3 22: 35: /BO 100
"The capacity of the still the condition MriKLannetf
of and kinds of fruits used, the I f lot 5 blk 6 :3 22: 35 M loo( (Patented In America and Europe.) Starke.
Leave.. Jack onvtlle 9JWa.thnrne. : m. for ?
number of hours In operation etc., aro 8 Hamberg Silver Spring, Ocal... OatnesvlUe,
all considered when payment of tax Is lots S, 0, lot Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces Key WlldwooJ. Lea bnrp:, Tavaros, A.|I"'I'CI'
mode; and whoa the distiller fails to 4, blk 7. . 3 :22. : aWO: : 300 Orlando, Lacoochee. Dade City Uan.
make a given number of proof gallons Lesley A Ren- Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 3.48: p. )

out of given/ quantity of fruit etc., an aker e% of
sMoasment will be mado against the distiller lot 4 ami 7. 3 I :22! 3lSOO 1200 Chemically, Instead of Burning Otrl"PAINTovr" J

for the deficiency or difference between J M Dlxon, >( Cincinnati and Florida" Limited. *
amount that should be made and lot I 5) blk 7. 3 22:1.: 400 000 _. onvllleaiMp.: m. Solid Ve tlbiile v
Is regliuired trade name of a new discovery In cheinktry and ls protected Homo* CENTRAL a little over 25 hour to Cincinnati 8Ib
actual amount made. A C Gardner tat r-
by letter patent of the United States Canada. Great Britain and other countries. It I* the result Atlanta. Chattanooga. Connect
"In referring to that part of your lotler lots 14 and 0 :3 22:. 33.: 5 75: of |"'tlene research' and experiment with the purpose In view of Anding cheap, simple and active v Louisville Chicago and all point* norm
suggesting 'central still,' I find, under I A O Gardner the solvent 11&"' .of. 01011.| .aint and varnlth that would supplant the old method of burning and scraping off f CNIMULM R.I. west. Arrive J'ackson..tlle

the regulation it Is permissible 'lots 4, 6, T. 8,
that a distiller legahyauthorlzed. may 0, 10 and p't Gilmore: Son, Painters and Decorators, Jacksonville Fla., write: "We have l *
receive either of the fruits named In the lot n bile li: 3 :22: 35 :..ISilO:! tfven Pain to IT a trial, and oan say that in 45 :years experience as a painter it is the r0 -t Holly Springs Route. Bt.Loul': np".C"
act above the nil Is J best paint remover In the market." Chicago. Leare Jscksoiiville
quoted or u tilled pro N Hughes, H.0 111 !p
ducts thereof from another person for el of w>i ex. C. E. Hoyle, House Painter, etc., Jacksonville Fla., writes: "Having had experience Pblll. rinltle'd.' X......... Louis, Chicago Macon, Slonx Atlanta, BirniinunaniSt. Through ...
the purpose of dlstllUtlon: returning to 4 cs. to R'y 70 12 33 :30 100 2OO as a practical painter for 25; :years, take great pleasure In Indorsing, ac" "':.lIe"'. :", d 8c.Clt'l II.and only on* cnanire to Chicago City. and SIMa'7a" .
that other person all or part of the bran J P Herman, PalntofT, and cheerfully recommend to the public In general. '::15 p. m.-LocaJ fur

dy produced therefrom ; but In such case ots :2. and 3. 1.10: ) 21! all! 41 :2000 :2500 W. Lansd ll, of J Hall, IHldltch A Co., General House Painters", Jacksonville 11P.. M.-Local for Tlillah_ *n'1 connection'""nnedlate for point Brnnswlck.*. Amv.Shortest Jacksonville and ::1.63 qolCu p.:.
f' the government recognizes no other person O II New- Fl..., writes: "Having given PalntofT a thorough trial, pronounce it to be a ":For P.MACon.III.-I'or Tarnpa..d Intermediate poln.' .- Pullman sleepers. Arr\.eJ'ae..o.m..31&:10 -
but the distiller, and the comb Iota 4 all Atlanta, two Train. Dally Leave Jackwmvlll fan .. and' p. ....
brandy perfect success, and to be you claim for it. 8 teamer")(ana_" from Tampa J] : m.
t must bo put tip marked and stamped an1161u1Ml1.. 8i........,. on aU NlgbC Train.fnr "le"toWD. ...d H...._ HJver)IIIln"ruUm" -
t the same as If distilled by the distiller lot.4 plat b'kV Send for Circulars and Testimonials toSouthEastern Sena for Best Indexed
I from his own fruits and for his own consumption page 700. 2035-303741 3WIjQ; Township Map of Florida to i
and 8ae.l On motion, it was ordered t.hlall actions States Palntoff Company, X. S. FENXEKGTOX, A. O. MAcDO ELL,

l "From this It will bo seen that should taken by this Board In the'matter .- St. Augustine, Fla. Traffic Manager General passenger.1$j jk



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Sessional Cards. PETITION FOR LICKNCK.: Master's Sale. : r.rI-IIS : :

III. ROBBWS. WALTKH B. QUA HAM. To the Honorable Board of County. Commissioners and by virtue of a decree of fore- Oranges
& GRAIIAM, of Hrevard cOllnty.l"lorldal UNDER",and"sale UxuliiK out of the (Intuit'
BBL'1S i
Gentlemen, the undersigned W. J. Tucker ('<'"rt for IIre\ard. "ounn'.11I a cause tilt,...-
I wishing to sell liquors, wines and beer in In peudlnir wherein, Suwm" Kitrulnu: spinster| Woven Wire Cot I
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Election District No. 9:of llrevard cuunU, state 18 coiiiiiluiiiaiit and Charles O. lil,>til and M"rvNaiujp are heavy feeders of Potash.
of Florida hereby, apply. to Honorable Hotly lllTth his wife, lire defendants! 1 will
lien HOUBS: ro41610 to 12 a. m., topranti the right; to self your such liquors wluws sell at I'tibliu outcry, in front of the court houtMiloor Potash exerts a marked influence
a'\l1 beer In such election district and I atTltnavllletlunngthelegal| honreofsale.
and pray
T the Scat In A 1> IKtm, to thehigh"stand the and i
Honorable on Monday AiiKUSt. on quality quantity
your Hotly to grant me a "permit to : : : : .
ktusviLLK, Brevard Co., Florida. make such unles. heel bidder for cash, the follow 1 In it
iwrlbod real' estateultuateil in llie\iird county $1.49. of the fruit. Florida soils
t I!luX. IOS.IIIractlce Florida, to-wlt i st 'bo northeimt iN
In all the courts--state and fed Dated July 10, IRIJ6. W.J.TUCKER. curlier of laud of John"it'\I which Is being largely deficient in Pot
the half-mile )>oston the HoaUon lino betwuvnsections
rial facilities for examining and perfect- fourteen and fifteen( tlittme run went ash, a heavy application. of a
and titles.TILLER. We, tin undersigned beluga majoritv of the weiityHeveii: chains and twenty>nlue and ..n..-
registered' voters of Kluutton Ulmrlrt No.' U, of hair links (27:! .2t: >. -I..o challis) or li'J: feet and fertilizer containing not less
four Inches,which is the plane of Imnlnnlnit of
Krevard cioimty, Florida) do most respectfully.
& KENNARD, concur In the above application. and auk that said tract of land; thence run south sownrhainaandthlrtyelx than 13% ofActual
UIIKH T.311 chains) or 4711\
the permit l>o granted. as prayed for. ( I
Fort Pierce Flu.Names rout to a roadj; tliviice' west admit"; said road, Sand Nets I Fly
twelve chains and seventy-one links (U71hiklns : Potashshould
WltuiisHes. )or HJ7 foot eight inches to laud now or
| Coast business will have prompt John Cook HUlUnktimW formerly belonging to one lodges; tluinun
W Hunk In" north semi chains and twontyndx links ((7:ttl
ntion R Head Alex T..uUnllon'fhn.I.r chains)or *M7: font H incheH; thence east twelve be made. The best
Albert chains and Tl links (1J.71: drains) or WIT fort K
|AMPA, - FLORIDA. W l' Hatchett C Miller lichen to the place of beginning all of al Alex Tomllnson groves
)'liiKand being In the north-half of noutheiuit
J T A Richards Alex Touilmson quarter of section 15, township M south range testimony to these facts.Our .
Win Anderson :36 east,and containing ten acres, more or lew
riXOR S. JONES, Win Anderson Alex Tomllnson Also lieglnninic at a stake situated at the pamphlet arm not .....rtl.lnlr circulars boom*
J A RichardsL southeast corner of above loAcrlbe landf{ lug special f rtlllt.n,but are practical wurl. contain.
D Metis Alex TomllnsonM thence west ninety feet, nine inches, to a stake;
Inn latest ......reh.. on the sub act of farUlliatlnn and
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. J ItauleraonW thence north four hundred and seventy-nine are rally helpful to f..rm.r.. 'l'h.y... Hilt In. t*
T Hayes W W n..llorAle" feet to a stake thence east ninety feet nine the .
JUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA Tomllnsou nchestoa stake'! ; thence south four hundred asking GERMAN KALI WORKS. *
W W Beolier W T HayesAlexTiiiuUnson and seventy-nine loot to piano of beginning<">"- : 91 N...... St.,New York.
of Brevard alnliiR one acre, or less) or so much F.A.Pellerin&Co.
County Judge County. Jas A Russell W T )Have hereof AS may heminim .. to malice/: tbe
W W headier amount due the complainant and Costa of the
A A Heiulry Tlloll I. Paine suit,etc. The Largest and Most Com-
L. GAULDEN, K H Uattlcrson 1). L. OAULDKN' ,
J S Hell W T HnrblnXV Master Establishment South.
T UnvoBSUMMER 1113-31 Special plete
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Alexander tell W T Harbin1V ; -- FURNITURE, WHOLE-

'"practice loriiln\ ,and In the all United the Courts States Courts.of the State J F Bull H J n S T lI11n"ln.Hell Hayes. MoHter'tt Salo. SALE and RETAIL. GEO, S, HACKER & SON,

O.Box,2.15. T1TU8VILLE, FLA. A J Green Alex TcnnllnR'1II

Money to Loan. 18 lies AI Chine; and by virtue of a decree of fore- (COR. CLAY A ADAMS STREET,)
J B Keen 'v W Lan"rtAle"
Tomllnllon UNDER cud sale isHuiuK out of the Olrctilt
Court for Hrevard, in a certain II
Will SlIlol'I'Y John :lalev? IJI cause therein I I wherein I Kllsha county:: T. Junks, aa executor -
Hall Silas B. J C
Freeman Wilght. Jacksonville Florida.
of the estate of J. W. P. Jeuks W A Smith F I. West
Attorney-at-Law, DeLand, Fla FA Itadlor1V 18 complainant and George II. !Humph K. V. ,
tiimph, Hiinou HamlierK, Kinina A. Hambergundtlme
H Green
II Clement
ALL & WRIGHT, SI.lel'll Thos IIrowllerI. : Melbouine: State Hank are defendants!
I will sell at public ill front of the Courthouse -
E Jeffer" W P Hatchett outcry\
I INSURANCE AGENTS .J it Toum'king door at'l'ltu \InrinIt the legal hoursif
sale, on the drat In August A 1>
W A lIen..ry J H H Tom A Hendry kin. HW\ to the highest and best bidder for cash tile Only $17.20 Titusvillo to Richmond
"ntnsville, Florida. J 11 Meriwether J O Lanther following described real estate, situate In the' ,
Cuss Cornell town of Tltusvllle Brevard county Florida
Representing the best and strongest Saunders J n Vows to-wlt i
1' Liu Lots three((3)and four((4)) In block B, of Cole- Via thePLANT
write lines
iiinpanles; are prepared to .
KIIRcilel nan's Addition to the town of Tltusvllle, according
j> to any amount anywhere on the East Daniel I. Futch E OreenG map thereof on
ant.vCAYNa. A otttoe of thetI'.r: ol the Circuit : rtni; ::
J n Luck
A Ii CulverThumnae vard county. Also a strip of ten (In) feet wide Manufacturers of .
Darius 1V H lleecher extending across the north side of lot live (t) hibl..ok SYSTEM
'romllnson It, of said Coleman's. Addition to Titusvilla
BAY, DADS COU TY. J Alex n Lark ,extending' from Palm I to Lemon street. Doors Sash Blinds
Douglas SI'IerR : :
Alex TomllnllOn Also another tract described as lollows,to-wlt! ,
W. EWAN, From the southeast corner of block D, In said
U. S. COMMISSIONER. B Castle .Douglas Daniel S'Here L Futoh Coleman's addition to Titnsvllle; thence run
east ftfty feet to the point of beginning of thetract
Moulding and Building Material.
I. D MettRW
B Tucker
Notary Public State at Large. A Smith herein conveyed being the northeast corner From Jacksonville.Account
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of the Interaction I of Lemon street and
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. W J Tucker IC H E Rice A tray Coleman avenue: from this point of beginning Office and Wardrooms, King, Opposite

nrroHpondeuce solicited. Address: D E Whatley B M WllllOn I run north along the east side of Lemon street .
hundred and ten and one-half feet thence
one t Cannon Street
H 0 SwannJ
View Cocoanut ,
Bay Hotel Grove
run emit one hundred and ninety-seven feet to
Office, Ewan's Landing. W Taylor T J A H Shepard Corbett the west line of Palm street produced; thencerun : Confederate Veterans' Re-union.
south along said west. line of Palm street
J Nan
W S. C.
Henry Cowman Charleston
produced one hundred and ten and one-half
M 0 Foutch ,
Feet to the north line of Coleman avenue thence
j Remember the Plant System is the Official
run west along said north Una of Coleman avenue
\\J one hundred and ninety-seven feet to the
pout of beginning. Koch of the above described Route Sash Weights Cord and
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, lots of land being in section thirty-four, In ,
township twenty-one south range thirty-live

ey West Florida. eastaccording thereof as will to be U. u7HcrereJ, or realise so much the Tickets on Sale June 26th to 29th, Limited to July lOth. Hardware.

amount due complainant under said decree,
Will practice in the United States and costs. Shortest and Quickest Route, and only Line GlassA
D. L. OAULDKN, Window and Fancy
nj State Courts. 9jun05
Jul3-31. Special Master having Through Car Service both Directions. SPI CIALTY. :'


I for Meal" Gasoline Stoves.
Agent "Quick ;
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Only $28.25 to Washington D.C.
To East Coast Ocean Resort In the Circuit Court In and for Brevard ,
Commencing May 1, 189(1( and continuing Until County, Florida.
I Will continue to practice In the courtsf Sept. 30. llOO, round-trip tickets will be Bold -IN CHANCERY : Via the WILLIAM CLARK Agt
and New ,
to St. Augustine, urinond Daytona
Seventh Judicial Circuit. All
Smyrna at rates shown below; tickets to be Aaron A. DeOranw
business before the United States and limited to October 81 1590. Ticket for children, Complainant.V8. I PLUMBER STEAM & GAS FITTER,
tate Circuit Courts will receive the between live and twelve years of age, will be .
sold at one-half these rate, each coupon to Minor 8.Jones, as administrator and Sheet Iron Work.
personal attention of Mr. Alex St. be marked or punched ""." with the PLANT SYSTEM
iair-Abrame. Conductors will sell from no-agent stations will annexed of the estate '
From stations where rates are not shown, con- of Charles; Tben11111) to Foreclose Plumps, Piping and Drain Pipe, Oath
rates from station next dore Verbeke, and as Mortgage
ductors will use pre
ceding i administrator de lenis Tuba, Water Closet'anil Wash Stand.

U.KX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. non,upon the estate ofJohn Official Route from Jacksonville. \
Green,of Brevard ...Electric Bells....
0 '7! county, Florida, and
NEAR & TAYLOR 't 1 Clara; Margaret. Ver-
TO i iii No. an Forsyth Street,

(Successors to John McAllister.) f t f 'i ?i beke Clara, Margaret Defendants.TO Verbeke. I Account: Meeting Christian Endeavor. J Jacksonville Florida.

appearing by the affidavit of D. L. Oaulden
Artesian Well Contractors, FROM I t e IT attorney for this case, Short Route Quickest Time. .
that the Defendant,Clara Margaret Verbeke, ,
EAU GALL1E FLA. Jacksonville..... ..... 00 II I rb II 110 6 7A resides without the State of Florida, and with- Choice i I'
St. Auguetlne .. ..... ... 4 4ft 8 10 4 40Hastings out the United States, and that she resides In Tickets Sold July :3rd and 4th, via All Rail, Limited to July 3lat. '
2 66 2 66 England, at some place unknown to affiant,coil Wines, Liquors
Fast Palatka; ::::::: ::: &&i: 2 29 2 ::: : 80Palatko that there is no person in the State of Florida

.......... .... 10 280 266 880) the service of a subpoena upon whom would I R. L. TODD ..and Cigars.
San Mateo............ 00 2 211 260 826Eapanola. bind the said defendant: Clara:I Margaret Verbeke ,
HODGES & GODFREY ': ..... .... 30 1111 140 216 ; and that said "of en dent Is. over the age Guaranteed Pure.
Favorite... .... ... ... M 11II 11II 100 of twenty-one )'ear.. Division Pass. Agent.Jacksonville )
Totnoka.- 6 ..". 110 1 10 It is therefore ordered that the said defendant Sold at reducer

Manufacturers of Ormond ........... ... ..... 40 100 Clara Margaret Verbeke do appear lit the price !
Daytona.............. 5 411 ...... 111 ()Ierk'" office at Titnsvllle, Hrevard county Fla.
Port Oungo..... ...... :6 15 40 60)) Florida to answer demur or plead to the com Imported 1
Yellow Pine Lumber Porter Creek...... .... I" 811 80 40Turnbull plalnant's said bill{, on or before the 7th day of Tokay Wines ,
Ba,.... .... 25 1 00 711...,.. September,A. D 18U6. A nd It la further ordered
1 that this notice be published In the INDIAN from Italy
New rna
Lake Helen..::: :::.:: :: 2 :: 1 : 1 60' RIVKB: ADVOCATE a newspaper published In the
ROUGH DRESSED, orange City...... ...... 11() a 80 2 M 1 M said county, once each week for eight oonsecu John B. Togni
Orange City Junction .30 2.40 2 III 2 00 tive weeks. "4'- ,
Orange Bos Heads, Hawks Park..... ...... .2 M 1111 90 ..... Witness the Hon.John D. Breams, Judge or :
Fruit. Vegetable Crates. Hucomer............. 130 110 151I the .said court at the court house at Tltiisville, 'SkSouthern Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: Boat Buy! St., I
Oak Hill......... . 00 160 1811 711 Florida,this the 2nd day of July.A D 1HUO. :
Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Rivern East Allrantla. .. .... 40 2 M I 11I1 1 011 [SEAL] A. A. STEWART, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
t'>n thronrh bill of lading Anyone contemplatnfr Fast Mime.... ........ 70 380 7 M 130TltIlRvllle. I
building: on the East Coast, would do well towrite ........... BO 3110 226 1110Pritch..r" Clerk of said Court Wholesale, unit Iletall......
for pr ces. The Sawmill Is situated the .............. 3 M a 40 I 66Faustina. Jul3aug21 B) C. R. Stewart, D. C. ----
r.' ,T.A K. w.Ry., 0 miles south of ralatka. ...... ... 811 3 15 9 00 216
City 1'olot...... ... M 326 3 00)) 9 211
Satsuma Bights,Putnam co.iF1a. Cocoa..... ....... .... 86 8411 820 a"46WmavenUtre I ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. FURNITURE ##*
.. .... 8111 8151I a 711 .
Eau 0..11Ie.. ..... ....... .6 70 4 SO 4 011 880 High Class
Melbourne............. m ..151I ..211 3151IValkarla.
Sebastian .... ." ...... 96 II 110 II 211 4 65Woodley
Home-Seekers .... ........... 80 11M 1100 4 .00Olfford. ) CARS THOROUGHFARE COACHES
... ... ..... 8M 11811 11M8t. GarpetingsC ,
Luole.......... ......7 1110 8411 1170
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. Fort Pierce........ .... 30 8 M II 80 II M VESTIBULED TRAINS. m
North Ankona......... M 1 16 II 00) 8 III "
Ankoua........... .... 1211 1011 82
.. ....... 1110 1 211 II 110
Eden... .. NORTH AKD ..&.8T. irOBTat AND WelT.I. I!
Jensen....... ..... M 1611 1811 II M H. E. CLARK
Exchanging Property for Property a Stuart......... .... 1811 1 M .80
Specialty. Send of what I Alicia,........ ...... .....S 8Jf 1M 7 ioOoma. .. 35$., N ... I.tria. 't{
Description ... ......... .... D 40 .18 140 V.. D. s. a. ,
you have, and what want. Hobe 8oun.1....... .... 11 611 ...... 7 MW..tJupiter. aritssMaM. ,
you 11-
... 38 West Bay St., All Teats Dan Llr.'td. All Traloe Belly. sal rI
HALABAR West Pam Beach.; I :: :: : : ;: : : : ;: I cia'sl ......'

Indian River, FLORIDA Lantana.... ....... .... 1020 1040 1015 1\1& 920Boynton. 94oLlntun Jacksonville, Florida

C. C. CARROLL, .......... ... 10 10 M 10.. 966 J'ok'Tllle, P.0..P.......... I MlISITam Mpaa Lv. .ok.on II., P. a P. I sp ..
Progress)...... .. ... II Mil.40 toe Announces the opening of his Spring hrlr.r.99p..aaP.... ....... Pupa n .res. 9 rrairLtMw'ahP.a.P. )
Real Estate Agent. Fort Lauderdale.. .. 30 11 76 11 III) Io76Rlseayne a
..... .. .... III 10 n 411 1110 Stock of select and exclusive patterns of ....... .. 971 llllBUI tl.a., ? {'a J
.... ... 311 12 00 12 M 11110Mlaml. ,
Lemon City. ........ Ian IXsm .,... 1$ S
.... ..... ... 1654) 13 10 n 11II 1210 r & '
Ripang Tabules. fine grade Carpetings and Mattings ArcYaeb9Na.ath'a.9/ Iliac
JOSEPH RICHARDI'ION.General r, ev. .r. p. ....,.....
Rlpan Tabules cure nausea. ArWuk'g'Io.tWaM pan .,.......,
fas "nt. and colors p.
AK and Shades In all sizes
Rugs 0.J.a.K.
Rlpana .,.......
Tabulee cure dizziness. Arlsl5 m..PsLL......... t99a11Np Ur p -
Rlpeju Tabules cure headache. Free to All. Send for Samples and Prices, and you ArPYIs'pklsh..R u $OOs. r..r..I.r.

Rlpan Tabulea cure flatulence. Spoons rIs Ysk.Ps.W#. ap 1ms. ......................... .......... .......... hTURNITURS
Rlpan Tabulee cure dYlpep la. will be pleased. Ttik
Rlpane Tabulee I read In the Christian Standard that
assist digestion.Rlpans
? ,.. 9k. "IY4 d 9ka sky." 11 D.IIy
Tabules cure bad breath. Miss A. M. Fritz Station A, St. Louis ..

Rlpans Tabulee cure biliousness. Mo., would give an elegant/ plated hook AWNINGS QUICK TIME TO ALL .

Rlpans Tabules:one gives relief. spoon to anyone sending her ten kent a ir.IoatMra.:1 N >
Rlpans Tabules cure Indigestion. stamps. I sent for one and found It so ;: POINTS NAMED.

Rlpans Tabules cure torpid llrer.Rlpans useful that I showed it to my friends. For your Store or ResIdence. or every. description. Write

Tabules: gentle cathartic. and made $13 In two hours taking orders for pd_. Freight. paid on all orders over

Runs Tabules cure constipation. for the spoon. The hook spoon Is a Ae. 910.GO. .. M. rKTTINO. :

Rlpans Tabules: for sour stomach. household necessity. It cannot slip Into WANTED:-Several trustworthy gentle -.. M 1091 -' -_.. a.....r. Throve Pauses sleeper 14 EM: Bay Bt. JACKSONVILLE FLA \
Rtpans Tabules: pleasant laxative. the dish or cooking vessel being held In men or ladles to travel In Florida, for UsssTnTidBi:AD=D..r.rl..aisevllUFor 'P

Rlpans Tabules liver troubles. the place by a hook on the back. The established reliable house. Salary$78 .
cure (fltll informatfen apply to Agent of this great Railway must I
be successful
Rlpans Tabules:at druggists. spoon Is something housekeepers have and expenses. Steady position. Enclose any Advertising, to
needed ever sine spoons were first In reference and self-addressed. System. or its connections. be continuous. The rough edges of, '

vented. Anyone can get a sample spoon stamped envelope. The Dominion skepticism are not ground down In a "

\WANTED;Several trustworthy gentle-'I' by sending ten 2-cent stamps to Miss Company third floor, Omaha. BuildIng "... ..... I."cr v. .. .. day. No business can be prosperous ''If j(

men or ladles to travel In Fritz This Is a splendid way to make Chicago, Ill.WantodAn .J.E& .... tJ'q', .....".. ...., MIa; .a-.. without continuous advertising.What <;-

established,reliable house. Salary '780 money around home. % a. Wit.s..4 "........ Do OIs ":

and expenses. Steady position. Enclose -, Very truly JcASjrrrrc' P. ]) .ALLIW. do yon need In the way ofenvelopes ,

reference and self-addressed, Idea sH= ." ........ note and letter beads., bill ,

tamped envelope. The Dominion' Tobacco users will find. In another I U"..n.J40DOII"t'JII&.&/ .. beads, statements, tag, cards, etc f ,,'1
Company, third floor, Omaha Buildtof column, an Item of decided Interest to "6- Wa shall be glad to have a share of your '

Chicago DL them, headed "Don't Stop Tobacco." 1 :=.. arm'e. ....... ,- :>> work '1


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'a4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. '+ and work, and the result is seen In to facilitate the exchange of products.: the vote cast at their respective precincts Poppell and W.No.N.13.-W.Jones. D. Owen, A. For State Senator.
C C While:all the red In duplicate, sending one copy of Georgians, -
the best results ever known on the the chairman and one to B. Carter and P. II. Whlttfeld.
---- business of the world Is carried on by return to
.Lt East Coast. the of this committee. All Merritt\ No. 14.-J. J. LaRoche, :M. S. COUBTENAV FLA.
of credit secretary ,
Tltusville exchange products on a system, July 13 '
Office: Washington Avenue, 9G.
t / really barter, ia which gold Is merely such papers, ballots, etc., shall be sent Sams and J. R. Mlot.Haulover .
"I' Indian River, Florida. used as a standard to measure the goods by registered mail or delivered l In person No. 1C. H. Nauman, J. FARMER SYMMES: who wil'i i,
: : t WHAT is being done about the by, still in times of panic, and when by one of the respective committeemen. W Griifis and Henry Futch. cry, if elected *(
dog tax ? We believe there is a parties don't feel confidence, and in It was moved and ordered that the Canaveral, No. .-Geo. Quartet'man, *>. B. SYMMES.
t ;;: AwggLYJOWtIALDEVOTDTO THB DBVBLOPMBNIT town ordinance imposing a tax of small transaction, some article of solid failure to do this, on the part of any precinct II. Wilson and N. N. Penny.
j. ii;:,I ( Or TUB INDIAN KlVEIl, LAX $1.25 per head on dog, whichit value, as a medium of exchange Is need committee, shall be prima facia Spruce Bluff, No. 17.-Madison Bridges -
every -
I WORTH AND BIHCAYNB HAY SECTIONS. ed, and MO for convenience of bulk, and cause for throwing out the vote of such E. L. Winter and J. II. Winter.
't l j is the of the marshal
I to Ankona, No. 18.-John Waller. T. A.
I Imperishability, gold was (lied upon as precinct.
j r r"J.I I PUBLISHED KVKHY FRIDAY. collect. Judging by the numberof this standard, by common ccnaent. Lawsof That all voteis shall be required to Tauman and II. S. Thomas. J. S. JOHNSON CO
I 1 )I ( dogs with which Titusville is supply and demand must naturally vote In the precinct In which they me :Mlcco, No. 19.\ -C. A. Smith, R. T.
.11 the value of all registered or shall become qualified to Smith and Chas. Werning.
Ii. cursed, this should be a source of regulate products, so Manufacturer _
CIIA. WALTOW, Editor & 1'roprietor.8iil of
r considerable they must not fluctuate, but _the gold register In Banyan, No. 20.-P: A. McMillan, E.
'I revenue, to the town. That the committeemen shall u R. Provost and K. B. Stewart.
0 ounce, the convenient standard the precinct ....Fishing
>*crli>tlotit. Moreover, the rigid enforcement of world over, enables us to ascertain the be guided strictly by these rules in judging White City, No. 21J. F. Bell, John Supplies...
:4!) Twelve montlm) $1.50/ the ordinance would probably have exact value of our exchange, whether I / of the qualifications I of voters. Orrell and C. Christiansen.
4D ,; ) Six .. -. .' 1,00 the desirable effect of lessening mad in China or Braell. Gold being That the canvass shall be made openly., Woodley, No. 22.-.1. T. Gray. J. T.
I" ''i. I Three .BO this tha Ktandatd of measuring value, we find That the registration list shall be sent Stewart and II. T. Giffoid.
, C ,I'' ..f !Single copy, .& super-abundance canines, out how many canoes of gold a ton of out with the other paraphernalia of the This July Oth, IMW./ ;
. :', : Strictly In advance.Tlio and increasing the hours of slumber Iron I hi woith here and a. ton of tea In election.On MiNOuS./: JONES TJIOS. JOHNSON,
, 1 I' for the weary citizen whose China, and exchange on this basis. No motion, it was ordered that a feecietary. Chaiiraan. Cotton and Linen
i r' ---- sleep is disturbed by nocturnal gold is really exchanged, but a barter Is "blanket ballot" be adopted, upon which I Corks, Leads, Twines,Netting Etc. ; Rm,
made muasuied in terms of :Silver the of all candidates who shall -Send to the ADvoCATE office and FUM.,
: afoiMre rated Include the payment of pORt.ato. gold. names Tackle of
concerts carried on mainly by dogs free information respecting the new every Dtwcilptlnn; Honk,
I Is now a commodity like wheat valued have paid their assessment as hereinafter get
time ,
Kllh.'rl"tlonll oan commence Lines Rods Keels
! J any /Sinkers: halts
while the festive waterworks for houses farms ,
the cat occasionally In terms of gold. If we say, 'We will made by this committee for piimary system etc.
timrvu; year. in the chorus. shall etc. No overhead tanks used. This is mr; TARPON TACKLE A 6.1'J:ci,Utl
I joins We speak make 10 ounces of sliver equal In valueto election expenses, be piinted on
, c feelingly, having been kept awake I ounce of gold, and will exchange all said ballot and none others; and no bal said to bo a fine Invention. Circulars Baltimore, Md.
'1 |>ln.. mtlnuanr of aclvlH. niuiit l>e imule perwiiiully sent to part of the south, free. !
1 our products on this basis, all the world, lot shall bo used except those pi In tod by any
frequently of late about half the
( ut thin o/ltce/ or by writing. ,
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, : III which but half that gold is worth this committe. -
1 f r "/ night by the baying and yelpingof that amount of silver would bo quick to That 10,0(10) ( () of these ballots shall be

I. ,} 'f ,\ HI-HHH, all onmmunlCBtliins to "mongrel, puppy, whelp and sell all their silver on them) term, and printed-8,004)) for distribution ainonK W. E. DAWSO1T
J! there billion dollars woith the candidates and (( for distiibutiuu
j 1'1 0, L4: : INDIAN R1VEU ADVOCATE, hound, and cur of low degree. are many 2,000 ,
) .. moLe of silver even at the 18 to I basis by the comittee.
j tft I TiTimviiLK, FLORIDA. In ]Kuiope: and India, even If not in the That blank spaces shall be left on the Wholesale and Retail

I ,.; ;: ; t t THE Chicago National Democratic United :States alone, to buy up all our ballots for justice of the peace, constable -
E tl Convention is a thing of the gold and take it out of our circulation at and nine county committeemen.

! ifl'' 'rilf; 'hmnk,ate., may be mode paynlile to CHAHLEHl. past, and the silver men have carried once. It was moved and ordered that all. candidates -
\ 1pt\ 4 ] 'V.LLTIIN.mbIlHher proprietor.. silver: would rise In value very much except for school boaid, justices WINE & LIQUOR MERCHANT
fTlt f ,II everything their own way. It all over the world, and the owners of of the peace, constables and county ,
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("Ii seems as if the great tidal wave of silver mines would ijuatliuplo their output committeemen shall be taxed $3) each for

i I public opinion is daily rolling in and strive to supply this lnciciuod primary election expenses.
1 p f, How some men do like to nee increased demand. :Silver would then be our It was moved and ordered that
. t 1\: : their names in print I II II it is volume silverware], and' standard, as we would have no gold, because the ballots shall be printed on plain, 1 119 1 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
I to be sincerely hoped that all other nations valued gold so white paper which shall not be sciachedor

j I ; that tidal wave will not swamp the much mole relatively than wo did In marred, except that*the voter may Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Havana
, I j UE.4I, "Fruit Brandies of Florida prosperity of the country. The terms of silver. Hut it would 1 be hazardous write in at the blank places left for that ,

! :v ," on our 2nd page ; it will interest free coinage of silver will be to hope that we could bring| Its puipose) in the ballot the names of those
' r ,r. you. an commercial value noaily up to this ratio he desires to vote for, for justice of the Mexican and Florida Cigars
I' experiment-and a hazardous ex In other countries.Ve) would then find peace constable and county committeemen

I L? Ltj' periment. It may turn out to be a ourselves on a silver basis, and cut off ; and the voter shall Indicate the .J:4-'INE FANCY: :,
II' GKOKUIA editor says that lie good thing; the bonanza that its from all commercial dealings with other other candidates voted for by him, by GROCERIEs,

"I I If : 'I never travels on a railroad without most ardent advocates claim the nations, because we could take no more making a cross (X) mark on the marginof WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Goodi
; silver and could debts in the
only termsor ballot before the names of the
,r f ,. H bible, accident policy, a ready- wisest of us cannot foretell the silver. The whole world., could_ combine candidates so voted for. Price List upon application.\ Your Jug Trade Solicited.

, I, III/ille obituary and a free pass. outcome. It seems possible, if not :, to squeeze us ns a syndicate or capitalists It was moved and ordered that candidates If you wish to open an account you must give first-class city reference

, I probable, that the sound money combine to squeeze or freeze out so far as known to this committee
one Individual. We are hardly strong be notified at once by mall, and those
c Slit JJ. 'V. HICIIAUUSON that well democrats will have to decide
enough to fight the rest of the commercial not so known by due publication of proceedings -
known London physician and hy- which of two.evils would affect the woild combined at present, and it Is that they must pay in their BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.

ti gienigt, recently expressed his decided country least ,harmfully, a free a question whether we would get any said assessments before July 2";>tli, nt
opinion that if men and silver democrat or a gold-standard benefit from it In the long run. In the which date the ballots will be printed ,
I first place, as silver would still bo treated and gotten ready for distribution.It .
p women in general, properly understood republican ; which, in fact, wouldbe all the world commodity -
by lost of the as a was moved and ordered the nameor
S and steadily obeyed the laws the'leSller of the two evils ; they for use in the arts only, they would names of no candidate or candidateswill Wholesale Goods House
of their& being-physically, intellectually will be placed in that unenviable substitute the cheaper allumlnum for It be printed on the ballots or be allowed Dry

I l and morally-70 per cent position commonly described as In their economy, nnd we would have the to be voted for except those who

of then would live 110 being "between the devil and the enormously increased output of the have paid their said assessment by the "
!4tf ) to years of mines foiced on us. We and Mexico date above named. :::1' _OXSO: JLLE.. ;:e'LA.: '
!t ;[; age.. deep sea.1'Ooit now produce about two-thiids of the That candidates are requited to notify
_ silver of the world, and the other one the secretary how' they desire to have
We offer at Prices
+i ., :FI SOME of our state papers are putting well known winter visitor, third Foreign would securities be flooding In this us countrs with silver.payable their them :;portion and of it the was ballots further conveyed moved to Men's Bathing Special Suits from: $5 00 to $12.00 per dozen.A .

i ;: ; forward the ,claims of their Senator M. S. Quay, according to In gold would be called In and the and ordeied that the secretary of this lot of new and second-hand Show-cases, in good order.

I respective towns for the state the platform adopted in Pennsylvania premium on the gold would mean lepu- committee be allowed to have as many Big lot of SUMMER UXDKKSniRTS, HOSIERY, SUSPE ERS,
is student and dlatlon, or bankruptcy for the mortgaged.: more ballots printed for Malaga Straw Hats, for rough wear; Fish hooks, Mosquito nets, flue mesr! .
;ti etpitol. .If it is to be removed, a a scholar, any can- made on frames and without. Our prices are light.'

what better -eity in the state could but according to a story being told undertake At bust, It with is struggle some doubt which as we to must Its but didate the additional as such candidate cost of such may printing desire, rr Dealers, let us bear from you.

: j uphold the capitol with more honor about him by one who knew him results as being untried. Then, If we. shall not be paid out of the assessment BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.

I I and dignity than Jacksonville ? in boyhood days, the senator is a succeeded, we would have accomplishedlittle fund above provided for, but by the can- ,
4 The ADVOCATE is strongly in favor natural diplomat. This tact and else than to put money into the dl ate himself by additional contribu. 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla,
' I pockets of our mine owners and stimulate tion. Signed:
' Jacksonville, the metropolis of diplomacy cropped out at an early
trade with other silver standard MINOU S. JONES
F Florida-that i is, if the capitol is age, as the story demonstrates. counti les." Secretary., JAMBS PBITCUABD, President; W. B. BARNETT, Vice-President;

toe removed from its present location. Senator's Quay's father, one day, W. M. BHOWN, Cashier.

L came home with a toy sword and a
C fine picture ,book. He .had bought DEMOCRATIC COUNTY COMMITTEE Democratic Meeting1. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
them as for .
; THE.: NASSAU GUARDIAN says that presents young Matthew The Democratic Senatorial Executive ,
u Farmer and Fruit Growers' Al.I and his sister. Hardly with. Committee for
out thinking he laid the book :, July 7, 11'4110.' ( Brevard and Dade (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida)
I manna for the Bahamas, Colony and counties, will convene at Titusville July -.
4 has :just: been published. It has sword on the table and asked the The committee met, pursuant to call 28, at 2 p. m. AU members requested -- Authorized capital $J 00,000

' t .1 betcn prepared by Mr. C. T. Mo-\ future senator which .he would by the chairman, having a quorum pres to attend. B. R. WILSON Chairman., j-I-- Paid up 1 capital $25OOC

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have.' lIe was much astonished ent.The ___
Agricultural Instructor chairman announced that '
1 Carty, act- the Average deposits, $300OOC
in g under the -directions of His when the boy replied at once that committee would hear, Informally, such '3L ___
Excellency the The he would have the book. How a suggestions from candidates as to time, CALL FOR PRIMARY ELEC '
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governor. boy could a sword and method, etc., of holding the primaries, H: \ Transacts General Bankiif
pass by
; almanac is issued in the form of a as the candidates present at tho meeting TION. ,
ti pamphlet, consisting of about sixty take a book puzzled the father ; might desire to make.

I 11 pa 'ea. As the author says : "It but he gave the boy the book. A halving hoard suggestions from the Whereas, at meeting of the Democratic Business

Iq is d'erigned\ for the ready reference few minutes later young Matthew candidates present, the committee went County Committee of Brevald

'. of t be plain man who wishes rather was seen to emerge from,the house into executive session. county, held pursuant to call at the Largest and Oldest! Bank on the UN!
,. Tho first business was the revision of courthouse at Titusville, on the '7th day
tire results of agricultural re- wearing the sword, and whun questioned the list of precinct committees, and It of July, it was ordered that the chairman -

: eenrcili; than the step by which the later .about the choice he was moved and ordered that John 0. oDd secretary of said committee do DIRECTORS! .llfiiiof
results Jiave been obtained." had made, he said that his sister, Jones be substituted for K. F. Hall on Issue a proper call for a primary electionto JAs.PKiTOnARD\V.B.BARN the Natiunailiank of Jacksonville TTrre( ),J(,H
b being a girl, could not use the the Tltusville precinct committee; also] be held-on Saturday, the 15th of August DCUKKS (Vice-PreRident National Bank-
FIiN Wm. It. KooBch for I). S. Bryan on the next; therefore we, Thomas John- ,Jacksonville), W. 8. OBAHAH and M, *
t j' 3 Tilirt prospects of the East Coast: sword, so he was8ureofthat. Consequently Eau Gallle precinct committee; C. T. son and Minor S. Jones, respectively BROWN.

i he selected the book and McBride and M.\ O. Ellis for Lockwoodand chairman and secretary of said committee ., maOJ COKIIKSPONDKNTS. ,, .
at pretktiit are very encouraging to I -p I. Seaboard National Bank of New York n>-
then took the sword also. Hector on the Melbourne do -- '
settlers. Senator precinct hereby give notice that the National Bank ofjacksnnvtlle.IJvIE.4T4Ii 2tI
t our Very few are crying Quay, from a smart boy has become committee; Arthur Saeger for J. II. May- various Democratic precinct committee- '
t out ab.out\ hard times, and there I I nard on the Malabar precinct committee; men of said county are directed to hold :, 1"I.4..A.
41 would he fewer,still if -our people a smart man. James,A. Gloves for It. A. Hardoe on the a primary election on Saturday the 13th

could ge ,
pell and J. J. Roberts for Stewart and W. J. HILL. PAPWOKTir,
curing warehouses for tobacco, and FREE COINAGE AT 16 TO :1. Walker on the Narrows preolnctconimit- selecting following offices democratic in said candidates county, to-wit for the: H. M.

other factories started. In this tee; W. D. Owen for Jt. B. Burchticl on One member of the House of Representatives

oases our 'people ,could laugh at As some of our readers may be the Oeorglana product committee; Mad of the State of Florida.. South Florida Wholesale House

I fre z'lI. Au exchange says that unaware of the ,meaning of the and ison Bridges and K. L. Winter for Fultz County Judge.
Blakosley on the Spruce Bluff precinct Clerk of the Circuit Couit.
the wastage every spring at the phrase "free coinage at 16 to 1," committee Henry Wilson for
; J. L.
Prosecuting Attorney of the
County w
p close of the chipping season for we give below the explanation of Jeffords on Canaveral precinct commit Court. :szxnix-: co.

vegetables is .enough, if utilired, to the New York World : tee; Cbas. Werning ,Joseph William. Sheriff. ESTABLISHED 1873., -
take the of "A liver dollar son on Mlcco! precinct committee; J. F. Tax Assessor.
placa the orange crop. times an much... weighs about] sixteen, Bell!, John Oirell and C. Christianson to Tax Collector. Doors Sash and '
p Florida farmer and orange growers ; the ratio established a gold for dollar.the When bo precinct committeemen for White County Treasurer. Blinds and Builders'

I have developed ono.ugh energy gold and silver dollars it approximate coinageof City precinct: J. T. Gray, J. T. Stewart County Superintendent of hoola. ,
this to render themselves independent and II. T. Gilford to be precinct commit- County Surveyor. "
year ly repResented! the market value of the
r1! I of the northern hay and two metals. An ounce of gold ja worth tee It men was for moved Woodley and pre ordered<. act. that the Board.Three Members 'of County School :r Materials of all Kinds.S.AN'FOBJ .

corn fields ; another year ought to about sixteen times as much a* an ounce chairman and secretary of this committee One Justice of the : :)
of silver. Now an ounce of gold is worth Peace for each FLOEl.ZDA.:
I develop enough business ability more than thirty times as much as Ismio a call for a primary election to be Justice's District :-
-I among them to make them independent ounce of silver. held on Saturday, the 15th of August One Constable for each Justice's Dis
'i of "Under law. whoever next, precinct polls to be open from s a.
: i' northern canneries.! our own amid trict.Nine
ni. to A p. in., standard time. County Commltteemen.
bullion can take it to the mint and I have I :: -
The following preamble and resolution Such primary election shall be held In
.i it made Into coins without any coat to, *
THERE is a good deal of truth in I him. This Is free coinage of cold. The I was Introduced by Committee Wilson accordance with the rules established

the editorial in last WAck' Tropical gold thus coined Is worth dollar irrespective and Whereas was duly passed the l Democratic! therefor by the said committee, and the

( Sun, when it says that pineapple The silver of men stamp demand, all over that the world. Committee we,, have met for the]Executive purpose authorized following precinct to hold committeemen and Inspect such are

; culture has now reached the same thing for silver without we shall do of calling a Democratic: primary election/ In their respective precincts ; Town Lots Now Sale !

,, that stage where it is nQ longer a change of ratio-that is to say that any every opinion election,;Democrats therefore resolved alone should that la our LaGrange No. 1.-L. K. Myer, G. B. on
nominate Gardner and J. A. Carlile.
_ _j question as to the stability and owner of silver shall be permitted to Democratic
take it to the mint and have officers. Tltusville, No. 3.! -J. R. Walker, John
certain profit of the industry. Intelligent every no Kesolved, that In the Democratic primary C. Jones and J. F. Renaker.
cents' worth of it ,
methods in the culture, though tt would be stamped worth only ss 'a 1U dollar'\bullion ., election only white Democrats be City Point, No. 3.-J. D. Hatter, T. A. A. E. KINGSLEY General For
allowed to vote. Agent
Robinson and B. F. Beal.
S picking. packing, handling, ship value 4>utaide the United $tstea. ,
.T 'ping and marketing of the fruit are "That is what free coinage at 1'i' to 1 It was moved and ordered that the Bockledge, No. 5.-J. M. Brown, S. S.
following shall
all Jones and J. M. Sanders.Eats .
___ __ ,I being adopted, and with these come means.M registered Democrats and all Democrat Gallic, No. 5.-J. T. Snell, W. R. Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
j the natural results-good returns who shall become eligible to vote at the Roesch and J. E. M. Hodgson. -

for labor expended and capital InTested. GOLD VS. 8IL.VKK. ensuing; election, though not now registered Melbourne, No. 6.-S. F. Gibb, C. T.
; also all white Republicans who Me Bride and M. G..E11I CHOICE BUSINESS
field AND
Common pines with RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
t* wish to become Democrats and will Malabar, No. T.-D. E. Killer E. B.
k ordinary care, pay well ; the same, Mr. John 11. Bench: In an Interesting pledge themselves to support the Democratic Arnold and Arthur Saegeratrom.

a. with better care and culture, pay letter to the Melbourne Times, explain. ticketIt Sebastian No. 8.-J. A. Groves, H. B. all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected
well while the finer varieties fully the probable result of the free coinage was juoved ao.l ordered that the Howard anti G. B. Hall.
with very ; of,silver and the reasons therefor. precinct commltteeBsen, who are hereby Fort; No. 9.-J., 8. Bell, R. L. Fruit and Vegetable Lands ..
and the best onJOT"
., cover, irrigation We take the liberty to reproduce extracts I required to hold said primary election Brown and W. J. Tucker.
1 .of care, pay handsomely, ladeed.I from Mr. Beach's letter as being a clear shall keep the poll list of those allow.tito Eden, No. 10.-.J. H. LeTourneau, W. :MIn.iuj: River and Bay BiscayJ1c.:
I This year growers eeased talking and concise statement and la accordancewith vote la the primaries and return the F. Richards and J. L. Jensen.

about do Jt ,a*d got right our views : same with the tally sheets and ballots Fort Drum No 11.-J.-M. .Swain, H. Correspondence Solicited from Actnal Investors and Settlers.
'In the first place what we call the ftnaoclal voted at the election to the secretary of L.; Parker and U."AHolmes.. .',-.
: /down to ,practical, se.n. 4>le methods system of the world Is a system i this committee, and make due return of Narrows, ) ..'W.-J. J. Roberts, F. C. ]Main Office, Hotel Miami, MIAMI, ,FLORIDA


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S. Department of Agriculture depth of about 60 feet, and everything quently selling fish to the hotel. ASK the recovereddypeptics I

Weather Bureau Jupiter Fla. favorable.' Capt. Jordan and wife, of DeLand- e .uflcrera, ,victim bilious of G. G. SPRINGER
?Ir. P. Kennedy spent Monday in are expected at the hotel shortly'and no rev.r and ague theD..rl..1
The following Is a comparative state- MIcoo. couple are ever more welcome there. leased I

,lent of temperature and rainfall for the Mr. Gusleh and of They Improve on acquaintance and are .t patient health how they,cheerful recovered .
family Retailer and Of
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eek ending Tuesday, July 14, 1SO( have settled In Itoseland. Mr. Uusleh t.1lorouothly'aNwechltive./ So: say the apinta and Kood I Shipper
_1 (06-- _1895ATK. hotel fack.Among appetite;they will tell
has been In the employ of Mr. Moore for you tItIIIIC SIM-
I| MAX. MIN. MAX. WIN. several years, and Is still working for the new arrivals at the hotelare btl Rl.auLAI -

$0 84 84 71 7-2: 1)0 UO) 70 74 him at Ercildoune plantation.Mr. Mr. 1.. B. Carver, Tampa; Miss E. N. OH. IC I EDistilled.AND-

]10 85 71 87 75 E. Adams has planted sweet potatoes Theobald, Cleveland, 0. ; Mr. and Mr*. Tbe Cheape-t. Pure and Best Family
83' 74 87 74 ou both high and low land. He Campbell' and family, Jacksonullle; Dr. Medicine In the World I _
11 1 "'. DeLand J. F. Lorraine CONSTIPATION Jaun.
Taylor ,
that ; :
1J: 85 76 87 75: says now he is prepared for eithera Lellwood. dice,liiliouiattai-k,SICK I II I KADAfH B, Colic,
1 IJ: 8(1( 76 !88! 7J wet or dry season. He has some very Depreftxion vf Spirit; *. hOUR STOMACH,
14 8J( 75 87 75 fair specimens of pinuapples and states PI'of.V.. A. Sharp, wife and daughterhave Heartburn, etc. This unrivalled particle remedy of U Water
'I"I warranted nut to contain a a"'lIl.
Total islnfalltortbe week: JOt:! Inches that most of the plants have fully recovered been In the Ancient City for nearlya I MKKCUKY or any mineral mi.bat. nitre, but iI'UUKI.Y > .

)(> iarture from normal rainfall for the from the freeze. The professor has made some "'EG 'I'Aln.U.e ,
cook] : pins 2.05: inches. Departure tine sketches of the ancient and modern < those Southern Roots and Herb Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.
normal rainfall since I specimens of Moorish architecture. lie which ..n all-wlHa Providence hall placed in
rom in the ADVOCATK: if you countriv* whero lAyer UiHi>""C" moet prevait
returned to Coronado this week. FAGTOIIIES:
ilus 4.02 Inches. want to Increase your business.Sebastian. It wIll" cure all D........" caused by PeranlP"ment
.J. W. CKONK, ObRcrver. Mr. W. J. Sprenger, of the Department el the liver and How,tin. Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
The bYMPTOMS .,( Liver Complaint! are a ,
of the Interior, Washington, D. C., bitter; or bad lOde I In tho mouth; Vain I in the ,
his wife and at Sid,... ,often mitakn for KhenmatiHm --
expects to join daughter Back .r Joint" - -- - -
Seabreeze. Coronado during the month of August. ; 5our Stomach l.o"K of Appetite;

lb.C Mr. L. C. Moore His daughter Is the youngest nnd pluck bowels' altvrnntely Memory, with vontive n painful and h"'l' ; 1I"'I""h"i: J.: S. Smith Jr. A Co.:;
down :
was this weekIn iest bather ever seen on this beach ::1nr to tlo I womethinrf' which 1 :oiiKht to ,
the launch Tarter. Mr. Moore Is hardat Low thick
have been done; Debility Spirits it
Tho ADVOCATE Is the best advertising work preparing Ercildouno for the Mr. Lorraine Is an enthusiastic fisherman yellow appcarum-e of the Skin sl ICyea, a dry DKALKllS iy -
nocllum on the East Coast. reception of guests this this wluser. and is well equipped for the sport Cough Sometime! oft en mistaken iiiunof for these Conumption Bymptom, attend

Mr. Frank Smith and f.inSlly; of Palata )[ with an elegant outfit, which he evidently the dlne..e, nt other very few but the hIVES
pleasantly located Son-clilf cot- Walter Gibson has gone down to knows how to use; for, notwithstanding I I.. Ronerally the eat of tit.. dlHeano and if not
: are I his homestead six miles south of here to that of tho old fishermen Regulated In fme great nuffennR wietchednchRand "" 1
many .
age. spend several weeks. DEAl will enHiie.The *
I failed (o got their usual luck last week, following highly"I..eme.1 .r"nllllalt..t. .
The many readers of the ADVOCATE In Mr. Alex Near, of Kau Gallic, was this gentleman and Mr. 11. D. ";YU\lIII, to the virtues of Simmon Liver H...{ul"tor..
inland towns should not fall to lien W. S.: llott, l'rea Ua. S W. 1(. K. Co.; Kev ,
mr) pay in town this week of Halifax N. S., brought In a big catch .
beach Messrs. Near & Tay I. R. Felder.. Perry, U".1( Cot. B. K. to\l'k.\| Albany.
our beautiful ; : a visit. lor are driving an artesian well for Mr. the tint day of bass, king ,fish, sailors' U".I| C. SIsster.onNsq.Slcrftt )3bbt.o., Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc. .

Mr. and Mrs. O'Neil, of Orlando, are Moore, at Ercildoune. choice and several other kinds.Mi's. Ua'We; lion.have Alexander tented its H.virtue Stephen, personally and ,

at the Surf Crest. lie is looking up a The lumber has arrived for Mr. G. II. Frank Ilond nnd her' three charming know thut for PvHpepHln, III IIO""MM and AdK.NTHUOMK : Full : Will always give very lowest prices

cottage for Sir. Crowder and party.Mr. Edwards' now residence. Mr. Edwardswill daughters; the Ml.-mes Blanche: Marie world Throbbintt ever anw.Headache We tried It I 1M the forty best other medicine. remedie. the. BRICK CO., home,'
Jolm E. Owens, of Umatilla, has build just south of Mr. S. Kitching's and Ruth, of DeLand, are comfortably beforeSlminoii Liver KeKiilator.' but none R4ive COLLINS BRICK co", Atlanta, On. Give ilK your orders and wt gum. ,}

been>! on the beach looking for a cottager 1 on the Hudson addition.Mr. domiciled\ at Coronado for the season. tin Intor inure not than only tempoiary iclieved: ,tclief but: cured) but the u*."Kven--bu.TKibOHArii : Ti I I& CAROLINA BROWN STONE: CO. unU'O lnf\ctlon.

his family, who will bo over later. I II. R. Howard has taken the machinery These young ladies' are a very pleasant : : ANI lIIK>lMINO!: :R. Mncon Ua.MANl OFFICE: WAREHOUSE: 1
the beach. Several
I acquisition to more 'KACIfMVIl ONI 1 V IIV
We have had the pretty and bright; of his pile-driver and shipped It families are expected from DeLand, and J. H. ZEILIN & CO.. Plulndelphln, Pa. 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.
HUH Theobald stopping; with us. :she i to parties on tliu St. John's River. several from Orlando: are booked at the T..I.I'h..e "14'". T.I..I.h..e l II":'.
represents the Plant Alfng.; Co., and has hotel. and Jacksonville also !
The two racing sloops Eunice and Tampa .TAOKSONVILT, FJLOllIDA.
I In this way, tho tax will be lifted from
I _iuim of nerving dainty products from the Arthur II., of Fort Pieroo, stopped here send contingents to Coronado this year. tho l.oopI0-c01'tl\llIly "" consummation I
He on their way south. These sloops are devoutly to be wished nnd a griitetul
There general felt whenMr. owned by Mr. Sample:: of Oak 11111. New Smyrna never was so well repl'osented i
was ; regret the beach before. Among the relief to a community which bus been
[ and Mrs. F. II. Gunby left for home. Mr. G. Kroe el's tobacco !IK now six families on bore are those of Messrs. Count, sorely tried. There aro other reasons A Fertilizer for Fruit. c.-
:IIH. Iriinby, with her charming Tonnes- which I will here but
enumerate If
feet high( alter having the bud cut out. Dohn, Skipper, Peiklns, Smith, West- not ,
sue manners and lovely disposition, won Mr. K. says that lie won't have to buy hall and others. On Sunday evening a elected you have my pledge to faithfully "

the hearts of all at Seaside Inn. cigars or tobacco next summer. meeting of the Christian Endeavor was carry out your will in this mnttw. '----- .. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer,

Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Harris and daughter hold i in the parlor and coriidor of the I believe that the different precincts

dined with Mr. II. F. Stewart and Mr. Thomas merchants C. Bass,,one was Fort In town Pierce'senterprising this hotel, under the direction of Mr. Count, should defray the expense of making Xr1aa: $ !:;a 5.00 Ior 'ca.
the when remarks made Mr. Morse and maintaining' tho roads within their
family on Fourth. Mr. Harris made were by ,
some very successful views of the beach week. Mr. Bass came up to accompany :Mrs. Doctor Glllen, Mrs. Count, Mr. limits, alono, and that the Issuance of OUAJIANTEKD ANALYSIS :........
anti Inn. Their visit was much enjoyedby brother wife, who the was /going on a visit to her Sharp) and others. There were presentover county bonds, taxing largo section of Moisture. 'I'* ,., ,8 to 10) 1'er Cent.
on gulf coast.
all. and tho Intention Is the county to build roads 'In Hwllons remote U "
forty persons, Ammonia, ... .4J.I George Williams, one of the laborerson to hold another meeting on Sunday next.A and from which they could derive
Acid 1 , ,il "
Phosphoric to U 1
and Mrs.
Mr. Post attended the play, the Sebastian & Cinclnnatun Farms no direct bonctit, coition under tho bend.
I "Little Rebel," at the Opera House on Hallway, was drowned In the Sebastian night;\ ride! on the hard beach at Cor- of class legislation/ and legislation. with- Potash (Actual), .. . . .(41 I to S'! ." 1

the Fourth of July, staying to tbe dance river on Sunday last! and his body was onado always finds a crowd ready to out representation, and U certainly most Made[ exclusively from llilgbt Cotton ::h'mlllleal, Nltr.ito of Hod, Blond, Done
which followed. They had a carriage not recovered until late In the evening.; participate, and Invariably they are unjust, if not unconstitutional. I am, Dllisolvmll'ho"plllltt., Flue 01'0\l1H11'011i1COO\ Sterna, nnd Sulphate of 1'ntanh.. : I'
loud of friends with them. lIe went in with some companions to enjoyable. "A If," the indefatigable, therefore, in favor of repealing the act JCiT" Write for direction, for using\ nnd further' )nrtlculaiw; also ask for I

Mr. and Mrs. Denby, of Gainesville, bathe. ligged up) a conveyance-the running authorizing the issuance of road bonds. copy of "Economical Fertilizing. for }'rlllt.Ve carry a largo stock of all Kertillzor ;

are again at Seaside: Inn. They think gear of his wagon fitted with boa..dsand by tills county, and of substituting Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, I'otatdi, etc. Wilto for prlcon before j
no bathing beach equal to this. Mr. thus a dozen or mote started with therefor such legislation tut shall give buying. We seek tho growers trade direct .i
Dcnby Is an enthusiastic fisherman andIs Jensen.Mr. laughter and song. Among them your i the different rood districts the necessary
for the correspondent noticed Col. MacCullum powers to build and maintain tho roads ,
waiting rain to
and wife, of Orlando; the Misses Alice that shall be embraced within their respective -
to be at the
cease SPOI't.The The Fertilizer House of Florida
K. D. Iloke spent! a few days last and May Field, Flo Sharp: and Esther limits. I approved of this )plan ,

beach was a lively place on the week In Tltusville, attending to commis Chew, Chicago: Mr. Stanchfleld: Mich.; when I first saw it suggested by the Jacksonville, Fla.Fred'k. .
the afternoon of the Fourth. The people -I sioner's duties.Mr. Mr. LaD lie, ?\ti Inn. ; Mr. Wyman, Canada; Cocoa! and 1 Rockledgo News.
)' gathered and late. Alt. and Herbert Sharp. They did not 1
early stayed Some There Is a deep-rooted and rapidly '-- -- -'
few will not quickly forget the shower R. W. Ilebbefk has for his guest find a turtle but they had a jolly time. maturing conviction that all servants. of 1

that dropped with so little warning.We ;. his brother, who is a professor of calisthenics -i A sail ia on the programme for Monday. the people bo elected directly by the S. :

have In an eastern college. people, and In this connection I approve Morsex :!
heard from Mrs. M. A. Sny- >1.T.AT -
The pineapple shipping season Is about most emphatically of a constitutional
lam, who spent last summer on our fine 'Iii'
beach. She writes of more hot days In over, and the growers are busy re-setting Eau Gallie. amendment, changing the county oouimtsslonershlp !- '
Columbus, 0., than she ever experienced their old fields. A few pineapple grow Mrs. Wm. Lourcey and children. left from an appointive office :eE L = = 11l1x.IsMx :
to elective the
in her season in Florida. She: longs for ers are planting new fields. last Saturday for a midsummer's visit to. tho one Important by ranking people.the fishing Realizing Industry .- l ;

Hea-breezea and a dip In the surf. Mr. R. S. Head, the popular travellng'frelgbt relatives at New Smyrna. I. '
agent of the F. E. C. Hallway has assumed among the productive : : : :X>Ad.o Oo., PLC>:E1.ZD.A.: ,
W II. Jones contemplates quite extensive Rev. S. F. Oovo preached last Sunday i Interests of our county; although
spent a few days In town last week.
Improvements on his new beach morning and evening to the Baptist con believing some protection advisable, yetI
house. Open fire-places, throwing out The O. B. T. Club held its monthly gregation. am in favor of no legislation which AGENT FOR LANDS OF --- i
dormer here and there; plastering the meeting last Saturday at the clubhouseon would not tend to foster this valuable
interior and re-modeling as Contractor the ocean beach. The members report 'Prof. A. 11. Curtis, State; Botanist, and Industry, or of which those In tho business Florid; East Coast Railway Company, : ;
Gove knows an well how to do will mother, are guests of Hotel Granada. would not
having spent a delightful day. approve. Florida East Coast Canal .Transportation\; ( Company,
make it an Ideal home. Upon national Issues, after the Chicago -
I. Simmons
Mrs. J. of Bovine
Mr. Starck and daughter, Miss Mamie, gave Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Lund Company.
Few have birth to a bouncing baby boy last Mon convention, I have no private' 01
given us a better demonstration left for their home at Malabar after a .
views whatever the
time for
John. personal ; ------ --
of will power or determination to month's visit "with Mr. C. F. Wolf. day. Congratulate you,

mount a wheel than our charming and Miss Carolyn Hosier\ entertained a few Our popular citizen, Mr Wm. Treut- -discussion the consensus In our'or own the ranks ablest has men passed we Ji ksonvilleFertlI1zer : ;:
Interesting Mrs. Thomas of It The Co
Tampa. ler ;
I Is not a bad sprain, for Dr. Atwood friends at a seven o'clock dinner last leaves and pleasure for Chicago bent. to-day Ho will, on return business could muster, hits crystallzed, the national

thinks she may be able to use her foot Ina Tuesday evening. The decorations were the latter of platform Is the result, Rod by that ,
part August.
week white and yellow, and covers were laid result I a1>l/o./ OKO. K. ENHKY
or ten days. HH. t7x.1azi'1: : :
: ZVCcmciarox":: '
for six. She assisted in j
was receiving If It were not for politics, this Hum i
Every heart was touched when word by her sister, Mrs Geo.. E. Coon. mer's dullness would be thick enough CALL roil: A KUPUHLICAN (LATE CHAPMAN & SUDLOW.) J
came from Jacksonville of the death of to cut, and the atmosphere would not
the Ilev. C. F. A. Bielby, who, with his be near BO warm. COUNTY CONVENTION. South Jacksonville, Florida.
family, have occupied a cottage here on Malabar.
the beach for the past two months. lIe Messrs. Clcason, Troutlcr, McAllisterand MANUFACTURER OF -
and Mrs. Bielby left for home on Monday Jones visited the IVnlimnla last MBLIIOURNK; :, FLA., July K, 'DO.

going by way of Jacksonville that Dr. and Mrs.' Platt, of Fort Pierce, Monday, on the launch Eau Galllo, and A call Is hereby Issued for a Republican FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and 1
they might consult Dr. Mitchell. The were In town a while Tuesday They Inspected the pineapples there. Aspln- County Convention to bo held In ,
family have the sincere sympathy of all. took the evening train for home. wall and Smith will ship this week. the town of Melbourne, at Stewart's

Mrs. Conkling of' Melbourne, accompanied Rev. B. F. Brown will bold Episcopal Hall, on August listh, 18W1: at ft o'clock Vegetables{ ] and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material l \

[Send the ADVOCATE an order for any by her son and daughter, spent services at the Casino next Sunday. p. m., to nominate a full county ticket, ,
Job printing you need.] Saturday Malabar.. Morning service at 10:30: ; evening ser members of the Legislature and Senate, Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dnst Kanit Etc. Also
vice, with lecture, at 4X:( Subject : and transact: such other business as nmj i iTho
Messrs. Chas. Bolton and Robert "Discipline of Israel's 40 years' In the come before the convention. Delegate) 'L.mct-Lz: : & ard.-T:1D1o' : : ::EJ an.d.: i

Banyan.Mr. Smith made Melbourne a business tripon Wilderness." to the county convention will be selected Ammonia .1. . ,,4 to B per cent i
Tuesday.The In the usual manner-by primary in each II I to 8 cent For Per Ton.
Capt. R. A. Hardee arrived Tuesday Available Vlios. Acid. per [ 25.OO f .
Texas colony are expected this evening from Merrltta Island the precinct, called by the Republican precinct Potash K 0..U to 7 per cent )
Joel Scott baa on committee In case there Is no
built a wharf in week. will be :
front of his place. They quite an additionto steamer Courtenay, accompanied by Mr. precinct committee In any precinct/.the Highest Commercial Value given our brand. In the last Bulletin. Write for "
our town. Jan. L. Enos, candidate for school delegates may be elected at a mass meet- Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for onr brands will be delivered free ef all

Messrs. Hopkins and Flnley, of Hartland Mr. J. II. Clohecy, of Till man, was" in superintendent. After a kindly greeting Ing or primary called by any three freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until ,;
were calling on friends In Banyan Malabar Sunday. to all their friends here, they left the Republicans of said precinct.The further notice.DUREN. "j;

on Sunday. Messrs. Geo. Washburn and Paul following afternoon for Sebastian. chairman and secretary'' of auch .._ ._,__ I

Our residents In thin section should Miller went Melbourne) Saturday.: primary or mass-meeting ahall forward a A
certainly subscribe for the ADVOCATE If certified list of delegates; elected to the & FEASTER...... .
they take any Interest In the affairs Bre- Excitement runs high In this localityover ADDRESS TO TilE: DKAIOCIIATS : secretary of this committee three days

yard county.Mr. political! matters, but when Wm. J. OF DUEV AnD. prevloua to the meeting of the county] GROCERIES FRUITS &: VEGETABLES. Florida and .:':
Bryan Is our president perhaps things convention. Credentials of the delu ,
B. J. Hllliard preparing to builda will quiet down. Having full faith that if In earnest to gates must be signed by the chairman Crockery and Tinware.

nope house to welcome on his property Mr. Hllliard la Banyan. We Mr.'Turner, and his wife and sister, do so, you can at any will time effectivelyassert I and secretary of the primary or mass- Western Meats of All Kinds, ? patronage Solicited, '
as a neighbor attended your sovereign by electing tbe meeting at which they wore elected.
In the near future. very church much that here'Sunday.we shall soon We loose regret the man of your choice, I have not hesitated The different precincts are entitled to TITUSVILLE . FLORIDA. '

Mr. Joel Scott accidentally shot his these excellent people, as they return to to come out frankly and of mx own the following representation :
valuable dog last Sunday morning, think. Georgia soon. volition, asking you fairly to weigh my Precinct No. 1, LaGrange, 2 2
ing it was a wild cat. It was running at qualifications for the honor I ask at your to .. 2, Tltusville, 4
the time. It I I. honed the dog will recover -! 'The Malabar Literary club held Its hands, with those of my fellow candidates .. 4' 3, City Point, 2 'GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP!! ::1
although it Is Wily wounded, I last meeting for the summer, Saturday and if It shall be that your choice 4' .. 4, Rockledge, ::3
night. It will be re-organized the first approves of me, then be governed solely .. ii fi, Eau Gallle, !3 '
Dr. F. M. Welles baa the heartfelt Saturdaf In October, with the same by the verdict which your judgment baa ii 0 0, Melbourne, 4

sympathy hla many acquaintances In officers we have at present. pronounced, and so cast your ballot Ii it 7, Malabar, :2
tills community In the sod long of his I have been a citizen of the county .. II 8 Sebastian 2
Rev. Howell held divine services f LITTLE :EROS.c
wife, whose death was reported In Ja tweek'a morning, and Mr. R. A. Conkling for fifteen years, and with the exceptionof I. 4. 0, 8t. Lucle, :. .....
ADVOCATK. the first vote I cast, have uniformlyvoted II Li 10, Eden, 3
led the Endeavor at night.
Dr. Oeo. W. Holmes was called last the democratic ticket, county, 4' .. 11, Fort Drum, 1
Monday to visit Mra. (Capt.) John Houston Mr. Robt. Smith bas returned from atate and national.I .. I. '12, Narrows, 2 S
his visit to Hawthorne and not chronic offlce- eker .
who was quite sick at the home of says Mala- am a -have 5 ii 13, Oeorglana, Ci
her daughter, 11.... P. A. McMillan. The bar la a better place than any he saw never sought/ or held office before-and I' II 14, Men-tun, 2 >:t aTaokAtoD.V":1J.1o: 'F1a.,'
doctor went from here to Atlantic, where while gone, and apparently the moat am not "brought out" by any professional .. .5 15, Canaveral 1 I'a
he wu called to see Mra. Barton, who promising condition. i politicians, nor by any clique II 10, Ilaulover ]1 Offering Their S _, S. ',J:'

was sick at the home of her sister, Mr*. Mr. II. C. Starck and daughter, Miss 1 whatever, and If elected will owe my II I. 17, Spruce BfnlY, I .A11 .A.5. = d., :erat'l.d.: : "
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S. H. Thurston. Ill.... Houston was able 'Mantle, have returned from Jensen, need of gratitude and service to you- 18, Ankona, 2 .. _
to return to her home at Eau Gallle on where they have been for six: : weeka. the people, and shall be untrammeled ia 4. ii ID, Mlcco, 2
Friday. Miss Henrietta and brother Walter went my desire to do your will. Upon some 'I it 20, Ilanyan, ]IU at tho Exceedingly Low Price of .
Important matters your willis not to bo ii :21 White 1
down after them In the Stetson and City
several doubted, and notably among these la .. .. :iiJ, Woodley, 1 I '
apent days visiting at Jensen and sag Per Ton.S
DUD blanks lOo. each 1.00 100, at that of the county court which. two I :
; per St. Lade. They all returned bonne tbe JAS. T. HOMO It. \V. Uoouu, .g
the ADVOCATB office. first of the week.Coronado. year ago by petition and otherwise Chairman.
von expesaed your desire to have abol Secretary. ( Ammonia . .. ...& to 6 per cent 't
i ished. I have delayed publishing this Guaranteed AtmlyMlMS. { AYailAbiel'boapborio Acid. . .*. .i4to8 : -
$ Roseland.Mo.qnj Beach. address to Inform myself more fully M an.: od.-.A. :n. ( Actual Potaab... .>...,8! .to 4 u .. :
to the merlta of this matter In order section .ijrft
to In every at once to sell staple Manufactured the
from Purest Aromonlatea and
Super-phosphates Potashes. ,
There will be eleven addition from be able to give sound reason for my goods dealers; peddling; ...perlenceoDneeea.II. S ,
Nothing better for Pineapples Vegetable and condition of the A
& and rain are both scarce. Orlando alone at the hotel. before this views backed up by facts. Simply ..,.; best aide line.. 973.00 a Trees. present Orange g

Mr. D.. Cain, Jr.., has gone to Vero. on Item la published. a&&ted. the county court la an unnecessary month. Salary and expenses or large A fine stock of all kind. of Fertilizer Materials constantly on band.S vj;.1'I,
a "! tax the people the made. Address
alt. Justice commission
apoa ; with 2 cent >
Mr. Tbayor, postmaster at Winter eaa do the work more satisfactory to tamp for sealed particulars Clifton Soap ::::. Writ for Pamphlet and Prices. S. ;(

Wednesday morning the artesian well Park, la on the beach with his fatally. mass of people by giving them, the and Manufacturing Company. Cincinnati LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATECO.' ">
) Mr. Moore'a place bad readied a Ills boys are quite clever fisher fre. Juat.le, an increase of jurisdiction and Ohio. Jacksonville Fla. S '



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r Be Allow All Nobody Repair to Bator Illuiaelf.It Mid Mitkee A Sufferer Cured"Every Free and \\.t .

Near the Tillage of Minnesota Lake, season from the time I Accepted Masons FURNITURE CO.

situated on the north shore of the lake, was two years old, I suffered dreadfully .- m

stands an old time windmill which resemble from erysipelas which kept -

in all its phases the Dutch growing worse until my hands were

mills of Holland. It i.1 owned by Gott. almost useless. The bones softened Indian L\ Titusvill *

lieb Shaatag, an old German, and was 80 that they would bend, and severalof lUver / .i Fla.
built by him some 40 years ago and used Lodge, No. PO
my thlJtt'fstre/ now crooked from
M a gristmilL For the put 15 or :30
years Shaatag has allowed no one to enter this cause. On my Holds IU meetlnirs the second anil, fourth Friday 7
the hand: I carry large of moll mouth, at the Court himne, Tltusvllle .'T44r'f.t. '
building not his wife
or I
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at 7-so p. in. .' ;
which but for
!son. 4 e
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B. R. Wilson, Worshipful Master. rb
Hia'reason for thin is a strange one. AVER'S A. T. Feaster Senior Warden. i iI

It appears that, as the story is told by (loo. W. Scobie, Junior Warden. I 0s

an old] resident some evil disposed per I Sarsaparilla: would Joseph Mendel, Secretary.J. '
t Ion "put the devil iu the mill" and for M. Dixon, treasurer. '
five years it caused him a great deal of be sores, provided I 11. F. Hall, Senior Deacon.A. : iU <.

uunoyanoe, trouble and anguish of mind. v'*' 'was alive and able Cleveland, Senior Steward.

After repeated efforts he Anally succeeded ..t".",,' i to carry anything. Ch"", II. Walton Junior Steward.

in getting the evil one out and be .- Eight bottles ofAyer's

knows this to be a fact for he distinctly Sarsaparilla cured me, so KNIGHTS OF FYTHIA8. eel

saw him going out in the form of a that I have had no return of the Seminole Lodge, No. 30. holds 'Its meetings at.
the Court house the tlrst four Thursday evenings
rabbit. As long as he allows no person disease for more than twenty years. of each month at 8 o'clock -

to erter it will be impossible for his satanic The first bottle seemed to reach the L. T. COODY, 8. D. GEIGER, _-j

majesty to return and renew his spot and a persistent use of it has C. C. M. of F. &: K. of It. &: 8.

c direful work. He is perfectly honest in perfected the cure.-O. C. DAVIS .

I Ilia dealings. and a cut In the price of Wautoma, Wis.AYER'S. INDIAN RIVER OUAUO3. Jacksonville Fla. SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES !

gnat grinding by a competitor worries Drill at the Armory over county jail every ,
: him not, for, as he says "God make de fuesdayevening in the uu.nth.atSo'clnck. Fluent CnlHlne and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville, and New York
A.T. FBAHTKK,Captain. Refrigerators from
wind blow, and when de wind blow I The Fleet In. composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comanche" .

grinds," and he has an advantage over (now) (' "
the competitor, as it costs him nothing INDKl'KNDKNT ORDER OOOU TEMI'L ItS.Tlnuvllle $4.95 and Upwards "Algonquin, "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "Seminole.

for fuel. Lodge NI>. 17 meets every Tuesday NorthBound.Steamers .
: evening 7:30:: In Presbyterian church. Public Write for catalogue. Cash talks loud
The bnildipg being octagonal its dimensions meetings flrst Tuesday In nach month. with UH.WEAK. are appointed to sail according to the tide, .
From JACKSONVILLE> FLA.> (calling, at Charleston), Sundays, and ,
are larger than would Thnraikni,
t Soo't. C. T. From CHARLESTON 8. C., Mondays. and I Friikji.
diameter AYEE'S PILLS Promote Good Digestion.THE For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily |"ii 'rni,

-- MEN MADE VIGOROUS SouthBound.Steamers .
height 40. The main arms, of which --- -- ---- ---- -- -- -- ----CHUItCItEB.
are appointed to sail from Pier 20,East River, New York at 8 p. m., as. follows-
tbeip: are four, each 80 feet in length, For CHARLESTON, 8.C., Tuesdays and Frlilan,
are of hewn oak 10 inches at the largest FASHION PLATE. For JACKSONVILLE: FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Tuesdays and, Fridays'Clyde's :
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''t end and tapering to about 6, and are I
firmly fastened to an axle on top of the The dainty French toque is again avery 1 fervloes the let and 3rd Sunday In each St. Johns River Line.
month, at H a. m. and 7:JO p. m. Sunday school
mill and to this main axle, or abaft, favorite head covering. very Sunday at:2:30: p. in. Evening prayer at I 0Y. "OA1f.. IVDKt. pT"OaL
dl.iDachlnel'111 attached. It is necessary Violet velvet hats and bonnets trimmed B p. m. on Wednesdays. Litany service every (DE BARY LINE)
Friday at 10 a.m. What PEPPER'S NERVIGOR Did!
: .; as is the case with modem wind with violet pansies and violets are REV H. F.. DROWN, Rector. It acts powerfully and quickly. Cures when al Steamer "Everglade"
mills, to keep the fans facing that point in high vogue. others fall. Young men regain lost manhood olc
men recovery on tllful vigor. Al .olntely Onnrnt CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
; from which the wind is coming, and Perhaps the most graceful and elegantof METHODIST CHURCH. d to Cure, La.$V Il.lity,
: iBipoteacF.Nii btiyBe.l..loaet s ost Power, Leaves Jacksonville, from foot of Laura Street at B a. Tuesday and
this mill Is not so automatic in its construction all the winter models in fur is I either eex. Falllna< Memory.WMttnsr IMnes >. m. Saturdays for ral.itlu,
wraps fourthBumlays
services drat third and
Regular every Sanford Kntedrrlse and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
: modern awl ctll efftctt of self abut or am.ttfcnttion.
as. ones are. the
the and
called the 11 7:00
style Rejane pelerine.Two at a. in. p. m. Bundny .
i Ward. off Insanity and onn.umptlon7Don't Leaves Sanford 5 a. in., and Enterprise 5:30: a. iu.,Mondays and Thursdays for Jacksonville.
School at 10 OO m. Rpworth
( wind changes it has to be turned by every Sunday : a. let droBuInt impose a worthless substitute en
button cutaway coats of rough League each Sunday at :'J.30: p.m. Prayer meeting It yields Agretiter nronfc. InnlRtonbavni '
hand. This Is accomplished by a long cheviot made with a deeply notched collar every Thursday night at 7:00: p. in. The < 1-CKVEtt'M or send for It. SOUTH BOUND. 8CHEDULE. NORTH JlOnm,
: which Is Ladles' Aid Society meets every -Wednesday Cn be earned la vest pocket repaid plain Read down. Read
weep, or pole framed into '
Ma a for mS, A. I-o.mVi
1'1 and medium sized melon sleeves per. per box or with _
the roof, extending to within a few feet are at 8:00 p. m. Everybody welcome at our church Written I1..r..tee Cur orHerUnd the Leave 8.30 p. in. ........................Jacksonville.................... .... Arrive a.30a.lO.
I' neat, inexpensive wraps for everydaywear. services. Money. Pamphlet fre..Sold by dip ql.ta.Addr.,. 8.45 p. m. ............................Palatka........................ .... Leave 8.00 p. n
of the ground,. to the end of which a 11'. M. C. BADS Pastor. PEh'YII JLEDIOAL Lea'N. Chicago, 214 .. 8,00 a. m. ........... ............... "' ''tor. .. ................ ....... .... 8.00p.m,
onam can be attacned. The other end of Sold J. B. Screven .. ..80 a. m. .........................8t. Francis................. .......... It 1.30 a. m.
the chain is attached to A touch of brilliant; cherry red in vel- by only. I 5.30 a. m. ...................... Reraford ................. ........ It 12.00 barn
a and ,
capstan, 5 6,00 a. m.. ...BlueSprings. 11.30
, 1 when the miller finds the mill out of ret or satin is an accessory that is very PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Arrive 8.30 a.m: ::::::::::::::: :::::::: ..Sanford..:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: ore; :: ::
4 wind he the prominent in winter millinery and on Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.and 730pm. .. 9.24 a. nt. .......... ......... ... ...EnlertrllM ... .... .............. .... .. It 9.30 a. m.
drags capstan ahead a few fancy waists for both and Sunday school at 9:45: a. m., Ch""".. Oardner WANTED:Several trustworthy gentlemen ". .." ......... ... ....80. Fla. Railroad Wharf Sanford).. ................ ....."...1250 p.m.
feet where it is day evening meeting on Wednesday. evening
caught by anchor posts 8upt Prayer or ladles to travel In Florida for
t set for that purpose, and with a lever toilets. at tend 730.: our The 118"public,0811. are cordially invited to at- established, reliable house. Salary$780 I Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.J. .

draws the sweep around until the proper Bats are this season worn In many instances H. M. GOODH.L, Paator. and expenses. Steady position. Enclose

point is reached. so far forward. to nearly hide reference and self-addressed, A.LKSLIB, Supt. JNO.: L. HOWARD, II'la.lI'r't Agt. F. IRONMOKOEB,JR., Fla Pasa.Agt

The arms as they revolve to the highest the eyes and the forehead and hair com BAPTIST CHURCH. stamped envelope. The Dominion JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

x.111' .. point reach a height of 80 feet, and pletely-a style moat trying to very second and fourth Company, third Moor, Omaha Build THKO. O. EOOEB,T. m., A. J COLE General Passenger Agent, M. H.CLYDE A.T.M
Preaching every Sundays ing, Chicago, 111. 6 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.
although at distance many persona
a they seem to be morning and evening. Prayer Meetings every
at 7:00 o'clock. WM. P. CliTDK ft CO., General Agents,
Wednesday evening Sunday
moving very slowly, in fact they pass a Long wriated monaqnetalr gloves of .
School every Sunday at 9:45: a. m. Also preaching 5 Bowline Green,New York. 11 So. Delaware AT.,Philadelphia.
given point at the rate of 80 miles an undressed kid are again very much the flrst Sunday at LaOrange; Second Sunday,
hour with 80 No fashion Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend. American
a horsepower.
one being worn not only with stylish Solentlflo -- -
i knows how the machinery of the inside walking und visiting costumes, but It. A. QEIGBB, Pastor. Apenoy tor '

I u la constructed, but it is supposed, like at the opera and theater. I MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

that of the exterior, to be a counterpart Some of the 'newest blouses to wear CATHOLIC CHURCH

'1h, ef the mills in Holland. When any part with handsome black skirts are mad Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday In new
ihlldren"! Florida New York
needs Church building North Titusville. ,
repairing, tihaatag, unaided and
1 with applique lace designs on black chiffon catechism at 8 p. m.
alone, makes the change.-St Paul or black net delicately silk embroidered KKV.J. F. O'llOYLK Rector. e Philadelphia and Boston.

t Pioneer Preen in white more or less elaborately OAYATb. Stilling from Brunswick, Ga., direct to New York.
How a Plo Did It. Is to OISJIOM "AT..T"CO..IOHT.
. \ now everybody beginning PASSENGER SERVICE.
At Exmonth in the middle of the There is quite prevalence the rich .. toJ
medicine and is
day take a spring it a good Porinformatlonanti: tree Handbook write to Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot), "ALLRAIL
., a hypnotized youth Wall brought out of plum dyes among popular colors this thing to do, provided you take Simmons MUNN CO.. Ml BH04DWAT, NEW YOKK.Olde. -.I_ ," F.. O. & P. R. R. on Thursday only, 4:08: p. in. Arm
1 i the public ball with a bonnet pin stack winter and where there Is an assemblage Liver Regulator-tho best spring medi .* bureau taken for securing out. by us patent I. brought*In America.before steamer Brunswick 7:30 p. m. passengers going at once on l board

.i through his cheek and placed In an open of fashionable people one sees cine. It's a sluggish liver that clogs the / :public by a notice given ma of charge 111 ate> Through car without transfer, Jacksonville to Brunswick
. vehicle, In which he was driven round many gowns of heliotrope mauve and system and makes bad blood. A dose a iguti1iC4tt itatlLa"
1 1 violet.-New York PostNOVELTIES. day of Simmons Liver Regulator will cf. PROPOSED SAILINGS I
the town to the edification of the populace make a new man out of you, and a new Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3:30.: ... m, Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick,
" iu company with an individual woman too. Look for the Red Z on wor\" smoking a cigar. According to the Devon package. It is Simmons Liver It. w..kJ'.83.00a! 12,.... ,........k. .. ........,RIOGRANDK...... .. .... .....,...... ..Friday, June 19
Express the youth subsequently admitted every :m&uasuessPa1Stuidw 2'N.., MONJT ft CO.. Friday,June 11)....:...........................COLORADO.. ..... ...... .......IFrlday,jut,:S!
This _OD'I paperweights made Regulator :you want. York City.M Friday, 28 .... ..... ..............Rio GRANDE.......... ..... ...... ....Friday July 3
that he was paid half a sovereign with are Fri .July B.......... .. .................COLORADO.. ... ... ... ... ...........Friday, July W
this and that a stamp compartment and calendar
) to go through performance For' general: Information steamers trains rates etc. to any railroad agent or to
" f the bonnet pin hurt him so badly that pad. \. P. MURPHY Trav. Agent, Jacksonville. CRAS. DAVIES, Agent, 220) W. Hay St.Jacksonville

ha was unable to appear, aa intended, locks Matchboxes Which of silver have secret You Don't See Your WHEEL. C. H.MALLORY H. H.UA General MOND,Agent General, Pier Southern 20( K. River"Agent, and Brunswick 302: Broadway, Ga.. N. Y.
at the evening entertainment. When exhibitions conceal a receptacle for a

: of this sort have to be resorted miniature. -

to in order to keep alive public interestin New this season la the silver tobacco

this impudent form of imposture it jar which presents on its cover an ash
really seems time for the police inter receiver and alcohol lighter. When Riding A Boon to Florida !

fere.-Loudou Truth. A useful combination for the writing ,

_. desk is the rocking blotter, with a stamp V
n- ..
Got th Turnpike For .
in either end. at; the top.
Isaac W. Raven of Mlllhelm Pa., became
The Braailian lizard Java Heard, Water Works for Your Homes
the owner of a turnpike the other: ,
cassowary and monkey have all contributed -
'day that he didn't know what to do
skins for the making of this -
:' with. Three years ago he was thrown lea.laD'S Etc under own Control
silver mounted leather goods.* your ., .
from a carriage on the pike and sustained Jewelers' Circular. KEATING
a broken leg. This led to a suit for -

.. damages, and he got a verdict for $5- Without I>U.ulM.Crimsonbeak .

'J I 000 which .was sustained by the supreme -Are you going to the YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO
; \ court. But the turnpike people masquerade?. .

refused to pay, and the sheriff in attempting 'Yeaat-Yea, I expect to.Crimsonbeak .

to satisfy the claim only had -How are you going THE REST

I one bidder, and that bidder was) Raven, Yeaat-Qolng broke. BUT OTHER PEOPLE DO. Ifs
and he got the pike. Raven compromised Crimsonbeak That'll be Used with open and driven wells,

with the company by giving back the Statesman. no dlsgnil4toYonkers Why not let them see a Stylish Wheel glide easily by ? springs and lakes. A few minutes workat

turnpike and accepting 18.000 cash, (KEATING.! ) an air pump delivers the water all
the company to pay all costs.-Philadelphia

t Times: KEATING WHEEL CO., over ;your house with pressure. No cost 1
-- -- -------------------
' I to operate. No windmill or overhead

I flt Holyoke, Mass. tank. Simple and durable. rf

Q l STAND 'aJr": Art Catalogue, 4o. In Stamps.FREYER Write or apply for particulars to the BUCHErVS y o 5 4

B W5 o .- ADVOCATE, or toDearlng Pneumatic System Water Works =_ -. A.f

You 1-?, & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow & Co., Far either or Domestic Fnbdo Purposes.Dearlng f r+'

Parslow & Co., j -
'e q'1 (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PARSLOW, Man ,
T...... eta
TU1IYYYI/ % // -
Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise.

CI:: : S aICfMt: :: : cSz: ; O O--.

purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet IN -

music and musical Instruments of Tho A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out :p'1I.n..e: Wines and: :Licduor: r
i bAV .. the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full ;
line of the celebrated Conover New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos.
We have the following pianos, which are worth from tWO to .:'.00 more than we 417 A 419 W. Bay St..

ask for them : JACKSONVILLE .
l i ik il Conover style K,waI... ............ ....WO HalneeHors.style5malt. .. .. ....... ....$2no
9 Ton will find one onpon. K, eb...... .. ...... arm Buhubort 16.... .... .. ... ....... 275 Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from
II i I t Inside each two ounce beg .. J, eb.... .. .. .. 21"1 Malcolm Love wal. "... ... ..".. .. :250 to $3501psrg.11om.
.. '. J,wai....... .... .. .. .. an Steinway eb. .. ..,. .. .. .... :2ftoMS Urandlee from'1.711 to f3.75
n and two coupons Inside *cn e M, eb... .. .. .. ...... .... .. 400 Kverett. sb... ... ... ....... : '" per gallon.
tour ounce bagorBUokweU's 10 10' K( wal..,.... .... Zt 3 Klniraburjr, style H ebRnabe ............... .. 428 F" We make a Specialty of North Caro.
11 NOTHING McCaiumon, style 49, wal'.V... .. 3"0 .. .. A.b....., .. .. .... Ono Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, three
celebrated Buy a baa of tnls M 4t :U, mah......... .. .. ,. ... *w) Irand ". .............. 200: yean old,$J4W per gallon..
tobacco and read .. .. T,wal....... .-. .... t7S etuyvseaneb.. "I' ..._. ITS Jngs-J gaL. 211cte. pl.,311ete, ajmljof .. B
't BUT 1I1 E. tea which w 7.eb..... ........ \\11IO" waleb ...... ._.. ...... 4s. IIOrt -
coupon- live a Raises llros. .. e..b.................... wm N.b,. a Evans: ..... ........... IJ8: sal, **' 10 lU-'tl-385 HM-.
lUt of valuable prasenU and .. .. .. 3.b..s... ...... 115 Jas. M.Star, eb...............". ...".... 110 '|
GENUINE bow to(el them. a .. c 3, m a0........ .... .. .....100 Morrie, loo Parties living In Dry Town will do
, )Y Some of these pianos have been rented, bat we have had them re-polished and well to order from us.all\ as we can save t r
them BO
per cent on orders.
put in thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re r f r /
B K AM funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, Innstrnctlon book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville _BrT1Alway= will not open. send new money accounts with orders.unless f

LAc DU S ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. suitable Jacksonville, reference. Is !given
cs FREYER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No Goods sent C.O. D. to Dry T"......

:34 E Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla. asta.




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1N5tAly RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 17. 1896. T

Sisal Plant Culture. For Attorney. For School Superintendent. I 3f-IOT31:3LSi.:
friends that there ls certain STOP .. .. .. .. .. .-
of Col. D. L. Gauldcn a sense - "
Colonial paper called Colonies and THE announce his name as a can- FEELING that forbids our present now TO CURL YOUUSKLFVIIILU 0 : .1, ,

[lift says: "Regarding the sisal Indua- didate for the position of Prosecuting l:superintendent of Public Instruction The Hotel rIii Placid January .
the Bahamas Dr. Morris said the Attorney for Brevard! county, at the from announcing himself for reelectionto )
of Democratic primary elections. the above-named position, friends I The tobacco habit on a man .1)
Lory of this Industry was interesting. take this opportunity of placing tile grows In the center of the city on Main Street the dividing line between east and weal .

( sisal l plant had been In the colony name of )[1'. Jno. II. Same. before the I until his nervous system is seriously af- one block from Day. Everything entirely new. Elegantly: furnished throughout.! '

a last CO years and had really Lone For IteprcMeiitative.INDIANOLA votots of Brevard for re-nomlimtloii it 'ectod' Impairing health, comfort and Superior Cuisine and Service.:! Bus moots all trains. Torm f'J.0 per day and 1

tile a hindrance to agriculture. People FLA., May :.12. 1MMJ.\ the coming primary election. happIness. To quit suddenly la too severe upwards.; rates by the week. N I.. WARS, Proprietor. ,

I not know what to do with It. S!v- Thereby announce myself a candidate Titusville, May 5th 181HJ. a shock to the system, as tobacco to ...- -.-- _h .. -. -- -- .. .. -.. .. .- ::1 '

member of the an Inveterate user becomes a stimulant
took the matter Thet as Now at
up. Open
governors/ House of Representatives of the FloridaLegislature For Superintendent of School that; his sYl\tl1tn' continually craves.
of these was Bayley, 1SB7;
Jen Sir William Robinson, then Sir primary; elections., subject to the Democratic KNOS, FLA., June 1, 18SHI.) "Baco-Curo" Is a scientific cure for the 4 MIAMI Ii

Henry Blake who, just as he was on the W. R. SANDERS.For I hereby announce myself as a candidate tobacco habit In all Its forms carefully "
for :Superintendent of Public compounded after the formula of an '
of developing the industry was = :.T) l Co. :Nlz.:
fciut ; Instruction for Brevard county at tile eminent Berlin\ physician, who has usedit ii< ; 1
to Newfoundland. It > sentative.SEiiASTiAJf .
aiisfcrred was Kei r approaching primary election. My success -
In lila private practice since 1872 '
Ln taken up with great energy and FLA., May 1, lS\ltI.\ must dl'penl11l11\lnly on the action
tterprlse by Sir Ambrose Shea, who of my friends who have urged this an without a failure. It Is purely vegetable Excellent Fishing and Sailing. ;
Thereby announce myself a candidate nouncement with those who may join and guaranteed perfectly harmless. You
( the credit of
deserves having placI the Democratic elec-
primary them. If elected I shall do my duty us ran use all the tobacco want while\ j
commercial basis. There tion for the position of member of the you
]lit on a are far as able.
House of Representatives of the Legislature using "Baco-Curo." It will notify you' Sea Food a Specialty.Grand '
Tout' 12,000) acres already! planted. It 4 JAMES L. ENDS.::! :
I estimated that this year they will ex- of the State:: of Florida. I when to stol"Ve give written gnarauteo .

Lrt about 0,000 tons of prepared fibre. R. A. IIAKUEE. to cure permanently any case withthree I
For; County Clerk.INIIANOLA _- h .. __ r S
f here were fears that the market hud boxes or refund the money with 10pot.

then so low as to render the industry FLA.: Juno 2, l 'Otl. '
; cent interest "Baco-Curi Is not a
Inrcmuuerative. The price of the fibre, For County Judge.
Ll was 13 ton but it I hereby announce myself a candidatefor substitute, but a scientific cure, that View Hotel. :
year per to-day To the People of Brevanl County : County Clerk subject to the i
I worth i:1710s.: and, an the fibre can cures without tho aid of will power and
am a candidate for tho decision of the Democratic .
: again position ptlmaiy.Earnestly
Li. marketed for about 1:10: (*."0)) per ton, I with no Inconvenience. It leaves the
of County Judge, and again submit soliciting the support of all
at the aa ami free from nicotine .J
here is, present moment, a good system pure its
myself to the Democratic If friends I .
pilmailes. am
my yours very truly,
of the day took first chew
iiiirgln profit. I am again nominated and elected I will SAM'L J. FIELD. you your or

endeavor to serve the whole people as I smoke. TITUSVILLE, F.LORIDfREOPENED \.
I re Cream Now Made in a Min have tried to do in the past, and I shall j
Cured by ISaco-Curo and Gullied
ute. ever be grateful for the support you For; Representative.To .
have given me in the by-gone Thirty I Pound
years 11
the Democratic Voters of Brovnrd '
whether tho party shall deem mo worthyof : From hundreds\ of testimonials the UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT{

I have an Ice cream freezer that will renewed favor or not. I feel that I rospectfully present' myself to your originals of which are on file and opento }
lieczo. croon perfectly In one minute have not been able I have done I
; ns though favorable consideration as your Representative inspection the following In presented:
It Is such a wonder a crowd will always my best, to fully deserve the trust you In the Assembly. Though a Clayton Nevada Co., Ark., Jan. 28, 'in.); The office will bo In charge of the Lessee,

le around, so anyone can make from have generously placed in me voter of fifteen years' standing In the Eureka; Chemical >fe Mfg. Co., LaCrosse
jive to six dollars a day selling cream, I offer myself again for office with a county, I have not before asked "your Win.-Gentlemen : For forty As an "All-the-year-round" House.A r----

hnd from ten to twenty dollars a day hope duly mixed with humility. voices and your sufTra es." 1 am aware years I USl'ttobal'coln\ all its forms. For

oiling freezers, as people will always MINOR S. JONES. that I have some political war-horses twenty-five years of that time I was a First-class Laundty Connected with the Hotel.A .

Liiy an article when it is demonstrated Titusvllle Fla. 250(1.! opposed to me, but, undismayed, I herewith great sufferer froth general debility anti
b lint they can make money by so doing. May ( enter the political arena, calling! heart disease. For fifteen years I tiled carriage for the convenience of guests; meet all trains
fl'ho cream Is frozen instantly and is upon all who are content to allow a little to quit, but couldn't. I took various ,
(smooth and free from lumps. I have For Tax Assessor.I now blood to be introduced Into the remedies, among others "No-To-Buo," '

done so well myself and have friends hereby announce myself a candidatefor body politic, to give me their generoussupport "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Don .r. a. :B tsr ".:
IIccee blo Chloride of Gold, etc., etc., but .
Tax Assessor of Brovard
: County, of Hotel du NU Saino.-
lot others know of this ; .
I I feel confident that opportunity Florida, subject to the decision of the O. F. ENSEY.1'ersoiial. none of them did mo the least bit of __ ____ ... .. _. ,
is any ,person in 1 "-T -- ---- -- --- ---- --
Democratic primary election. I will good. Finally, however I purchased a locality can make money as any box of "Baco-Curo and It has
thank friends for their your :
my support. J. A. lIAl'I.t<:nSE1'TE.
poison' can sell cream and the freezer -
JOIN entirely cured mo of the habit in all Its I
IsolU Itself. J. F. Casey & Co., 1143 St.:: HENRY. forms and I have increased thirty

|Charles street, St. Louis, Mo., will mail I II I FHKK(Vt-page medical reference book! ]'oundllln weight/ and am relieved from INRIAN:: RIVER: :aO'IEJ: : : :.,.,

you complete instructions and will em- For Treasurer. to any person atliicted with any special, all the numerous aches and pains of
ploy' you on salary if you can give them chronic or delicate disease peculiar to body and mind. I could write n quireof
I your whole time. the advice of some of my numer- their Address ,Tk
the loading
: nod r"
BY sex. physicians paper upon my changed footings "
friends, I announce myself ns a and surgeons/ of the United States condition.) TITUSVILLE,
riease with candidate for County Treasurer, to be Dr. Hathaway & Co. Old No. 88 !St.
conjoin us in making : : Yours respectfully, P. II. MAUBUKV, '
I the ADVOCATE as clean a sheet as possi- voted for at the next county election, Charles St., New Orleans, La., Masonic Pastor C. I>. Church, Clayton, Ark r. M 4 ;a Indian Rivet'
and will thank friends for their d I'r _
I ble. We my sup- T
are running the pink for Temple.
I the benefit of those living on paper the East port. Respectfully Sold by nil druggists at 1.00 per box; Fla.J. .

I Coast, as well as for ourselves; and It Is CI1R. F. FISCHER.I three boxes (thirty days'. treatment). -
liiur Pineapple, Orange and I einon) $2. O. with iron-clad written guarantee
aim and wish to give our readers as A. IIAPPKIISETTKMANAHEH. J
or sent direct receipt of price
I !good-or better-paper in the future.
Land For Sale
I We therefore ask to For Tax Collector. Cheap. Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka \
your Chemical' Mfg. Co., La C rosso, Win.,
I help us along-no matter whether it be candi-
hereby announce myself as a
I in news Items, job work, advertisements I date for re-election to the office of I have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland and Boston Mass. ; rcMI.e Open All The Year

* or subscriptions. Tax: Collector, subject to the decision of on St. Lucle river a. few miles be-
the Democratic primary election. low Eden 40 of which being northeast
WANTED:Several trustworthy gentlemen -
A Chance to Make Money. Respectfully yours, quarter of northeast quarter of section or ladles to travel In Flol'tdlfor Only n few minute jI

E. W. HALL. the 18, township other 40 38 Is, south the northeast of range 41 quarterof east; established reliable house. Salary $780 .. r h., ,fir ti walk from Railway *twtlons '- ?I

I lead how one of your subscribers southeast quarter of section 3, hnd expenses. Steady position Enclose r and Steamboat landing ,;
miiclo money selling dishwashers 101'- reference and Rolf-addressed, *. .
; township 38, south of range 41 oast.
dered one and my lady friends were For Attorney. stamped envelope. The Dominioi\ On the banks of the r
The above land can be bought! for $1( Company third Omaha Build ., ,,
charmed as they hate dishwashing. My floor far-famod Indian River
hereby announce myself as a candidate acre. It is suitable for pineapple
brother and I commenced selling them, I per Ing, Chicago 111.CDRQNADO.SURFBATHIN5.
and have made (1,701) after paying all for the office of County Attorney orange, lemon or lime growing. "C'N'JEEI.: : :NIs7W' :J.W.4.N": ..A.Q.JD'lEN'T.:: ..
expenses. We don't canvass any. Our subject to the action of the Will be sold in lots of 40 !acres, for

sales are all made at home. People Democratic primaries. cash. This land will soon be worth *50 ---_._-- -. -- .-- -- ..- ..--- .
come or send for them. The Mound per acre.
City Dishwasher Is the best dishwasher Apply to C. It, Walton, ADvoCATE THE HOTEL; ALTAMONT C/
on the market. Our business Is Increas- For County Clerk. office; or to Robbins A. Graham, Tltus- '

ing and we are going to keep right on vllle *tf 2W .
until we make ten thousand dollars. again; offer myself as a candidate for SUMMIT 0V 1'AIIIS MOUNTAIN, ((11.300.! .....') MOUTH CAIIOI.INA,.
We sell I re-election to the office of County 5I'AAr' '.=
from from 5 to 13 machines every f/fW hours from AIIII'"taII''' from Atlanta, 10 from Chnrloston,10 from Hnvanimli IK' from N.>wOrltMUiH '
day and some days mote. The dishwasher Clerk, subject to the decision of the Johnson Law & Go O??. 'MYRNA' rLA to lUrTKL AI/rAMONT. The must lumoHNlblo mill noiwvulont of nil Mountain Resorts -
Is Democratic primary election. nn the Mulu Trunk Line lietwmin the far South' ; nil tho North
wants lovely every housekeeper ,?, 20 MILES DP BEACH rORAPUT- UND 118p"llal CsntrsllyloeatodeasllyonunuedottedwitIi. 'In tho heart nf the pnoliot, liuultliluiit, mi..t
one. There la no excuse to be beautiful rnulon .>' tliu Houtliorn (lulmtr,. A wall kept rnumiiialila family, hotel.UnMirpiuiMecl .
poor when so much money can be made Features at Coronml Moderate views, capualoii' Kttllerlon, InvlKontlliiK Btmimplmre pure water, no iltint nnnioNiiilti .
soiling dishwashers. For full particulars PRACTICAL ENGINEERS. | >''pi, lani i coiiifortiilile room, water throughout tlm house) uxuullont, thoiiKh plain rare.
; County Clerk. jilunty of rich milk suit butter,eto., eta.
solid comfort no ostentation
address The Mound City Dish rates An easy. drive(wivmi miles I. ..... the city nf (Ireenvllla, H. O., liy cionifnrtahlo fltnire, over be>_
Washer Co., St. Louis, Mo. They will announce myself a candidate for good fishing good cooking. tlful r''ltIRlIovernl dally nmlln, telegraph, tslephone l ,unit ninny aiiitiHumenu for guests,

start you on the road to success.A I county clerk of Brevard county t'r011(111 June lit to end of October, Write for further particular, rate., eta., eta 'j
REAUKB. subject to the action of the Democratic COMPLETE ELECTRIC LIGIIT '
primaries and respectfully solicit the PLANT EQUIPMENTS.

The smallest salary paid to a head of a support of all voters. Hotel Al Fresco . Altamont Greenville Co.. S:'C.

civilized government; "s i:3: a year to the J. E. FULTZ. SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVENTO Far Hpwlitl' lessen Rates to ramp lus.3OTEIr .

president of the Republic of Andorra, in Spruce Bluff, June 18, 'DO. ____ ____ __ ____._-_._-.__. ---_ _-_ _.-- ,-__-._-_-_-_._. .w..-__.. _--__. ..

the ryreneese. For County Treasurer.To Running WATER Dynamos; POWERFor Fans, Etc. JENSEN, Indian River, FLORIDA. :: : : : : CARL: : :... TON: .,

To Improve the appetite, restore the Voters at the Democratic Primaries "
healthy actions to the JOHN L. JENSEN, Proprietor.
bowels promote
digestion, and regulate all the bodily Electrical andMachinery JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
offer myself as a. candidate
functions, Ayer's Pills are the best. Asa Thereby to the office of Treasurer Supplies NEW HOUSE: :j lJe Accommodations
mild but effective Is in
aperient no pill
of Brevard County. I refer to my the East Cooat. Hot and cold baths
greater demand or more highly recommended Furnished. on ;
by the medical record during the past; and, if elected
profession. will give to the duties of the office the 61 West Forsyth St., first-class table. In center of the
same diligent attention and watchfulcare

Never grumble at your own mistakes; as In the past.Your Jacksonville, Florida.ROYALTANSY.PILLS. Famous Pineapple Region; close to the
it only advertises to the world that you obedient servant, aY, 1. 1 >I
consider yourself a fool. Inlet. Flab and oysters in abundance.

To make your business pay, good Terms : $3.00 Per Day, 1 r i-

health Is a prime factor, the blood should l For Sheriff.I and upwards. v
be kept and the of
pure vigorous by use HEWDIMIIVERr. NKVKRrAlUk:
Ayer's Sarsaparllla. When the vital hereby announce myself a candidatefor I..r A ,.w.r..lIaI....ud..f.rU.f fur.uu.
fluid the office of Sheriff of Brevard .., .... .)..' or p.Infnlm.u.tumtlom
Impure and sluggish there can Now..:::i',1); over,5UOS
be neither health ambition. County, Florida, subject to the actionof I..s JnrlfroraUM. *.
strength or I.ItatI.II.
elections and .r ....Open all the Tear Round....
the primary respectfully |H>:'r. ':p:r-: : : .1=::r .1.II HomMalMt
ask the of fellow citi In plain wrapper. s&m.nd
When a man boasts that he has done my 1' tampa.for p.rtlaulurMold. hr t.1: :
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Europe, he usually means that Europe JOS. P. BROWN. : UalMiw, 111.
has done him.Whatever .
'City Point Fla., May 12, '00. Sold by J. I). Screven onlyWINTEBSHIITH'S. .Seaside Inn.

'' may be the cause of blanching '-
the hair may be restored to Its original -
color by the use of that potent remedy For Tax Assessor. e.N.NINNNNNN.N.NNNNe
Hall's Sicilian Hair Re- On. tho Ocean Boacli ai
Vegetable hereby announce myself as a candidate I
newer. I for re-election to the office of

Tax Assessor of Brevard county subjectto C ontains DO arsenic.H SEABREEZE, FLORIDA. Coolest and most pleaimntly located hotel for the summer month Thor-

What would happen to the average the action of the primary elections. as 35 years success. oughly refitted and elegantly furnUhed. Elevator. All modern Improvement
pugilist should he be struck with an Soliciting the support of all, I remain :Many attraction and Improvement
original idea pDelrlleS8 your obedient servant, s purely vegetable and have been added to thIs, the moot pop- On the American and European I'lnn.
J. F. WOOTEN. L eaves no bad effects.L .
ast year produced ular hotel of the East Coast. 'Kate*:.-From COct per day and upwards. Special by the week, and to Con,-
Cannot l>e CuredBy The beautiful, wide, smooth beach Is merclal men Only hotel that the electric car pan to and from depot.
For Sheriff. T honifnndff
of testimonials.
for driving and '
unsurpassed bicycling.
hereby announce myself as a candidate CRAPO & LeVENE
0 Proprietors.
local application as they cannot I for the office of Sheriff of Bre Be SO cent bottle The surf bathing and fishing in both ,
reach the diseased of the ear. N fails ----
portion vard County, subject to the Democratic ever ocean and Halifax River are excellent. ---"
There Is only one way to cure deafness, and ask the support of 1 n breaking the chills.O .
and that constitutional remedies. primaries my 2.00 PER DAY. JacksoDYlIIe's Few Fire-Proof Hotel.
all for Wintersmith's.
Deafness Is caused by an inflamed eon many I ,
ditlon of the mucous lining of the Eu.- HENRY T. TITUS. ARTHUR PIT,. i CO.. Special Rates by the Week.H. .
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tachlan this tube is inflamed T Hotel Geneva
When _"4 H' .......un.. F. STEWART Proprietor
you have a rumbling sound or For Sheriff. West Palm Beach, .. Florldi.
imperfect hearing, and when It I\.e entirely -
closed deafness I. the result and unless pHKOUOH the earnest solicitation) of I Cor.

the InOamation can be taken out, J. and HOTEL MELBOURNE Sts.Jacksonville Fla.

and this tube restored to its normal condition Lena. atltrs aBFA Boarding by the Day or Weefr
hearing will be destroyed forever; self as candidate for the office of Sheriff Modern Improvement. Bath, etc., on

Pine cues out of ten are by catarrh, of Brevard county at the ensuing Demo TKNCILSIEALS Every 4'loor (to* and Electric 41.50 to 2.00 day during uminer.
which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition cratlo primary elections, promising in SSTEEL Light, ra*engr Klovator. Artistically per
of the mucous surfaces.. the event of my election a full, fair and MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. and Elegantly Kurnlhe -
We will give one hundred dollar for Impartial administration of the duties of U .*. V Flint VIEW OF TilE LAKE >

any deafness (caused by catarrh) that said office. respectfully ask: the support Open all the year round. Good FUh- to $3.00.
Rates from
cannot be cured by hairs Catarrh Cure. and encouragement, not only of my S BIGGEST PLANIN Ing, Hunting and Yachting. Rate, per Day $2.00 ....OPEN THE TEAR AROUND.,..
Send for circular; free. personal friends, but of all good- Demo Weekly IlatMon Appll..Unn."pooctal .
F. J. CHCXKY: & Co., Toledo, O. crats. DAVID S. BRYAN. THE SOUTH '2.0 and upwards. Hale taw th.Suraimr

)' old by all druggist, 73c. Eau Gallic, Fla., May.10, )(. Proprietress MK*. C.'J. DtCTOW."W' ED. L.' OWENS, ,Prop. O. HOWES.. Proprietor.<<



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1. L'i:i 8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JULY 17, 1898.I .. .. .. __

1 ''i T Ji l';.F+t t eFi Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report

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!' IJ : Baking; ,

,', oya1 Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
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: ':t i IH Powder LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE.We .

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,. BSOUJTEw..y PIJGE have for sale a large list of careful'

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selected Properties.

that macliino the heavy politician.guns: like The Whitney trouble, Hill was, Dcnth.Mrs. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Li

: I Gray and l others did not boom until i it Canal and Transportation Co.
; : was too late.' They probably thought S..f. Brown died at the home of
'w'c it was an l issue that had been before the her father, Mr. A. Floyd, Lake City :
CANAL. L..A.N"DS.Florldl' :
: people for twenty years, and, therefore, 1 S. C., on Sunday: last, the 12th Inst. Deceased .
I v r. would not grow to such proportions in a had a number of friends in Titus Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa Key West Railway con
II .'I few months, and that the fusllade that ville, where she resided a couple of years., Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian Hlver Loan /and Investment Co., I!
Cleveland, Carlisle her husband being the eldest son of MrIT.
& Co. was making: and other Low Priced Lands.
\ would win the battle, but the administration J. Brown, of this place. Mr. and
j made so many bad. moves the Mrs. Brown left here far Atlanta about a Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
people would not trust them year ago, where Mr. Brown started! lithe ""
s 'Y *; Fancy Pineapple Slips and Sucks I For Sale, under their banner. or fight meat business which ho continued .ritusvil1e-Florida. -

t ; .. for Sale. 'Till after election "mum" is the word until throe weeks ago, when the illnessof _
r y I Common and fancy pineapple plants. with us on the money question. his wife, who had been In poor health -
; Ablmkas, Egyptian\ Queen, Golden Forty acres to select from. Lemon and 8. II. !SYMMKS.JJrcvard : for some years past made it necessary;
Queen, Porto Klco, Smooth Cayenne and,,.1 other citrus trees. for him to take her to Lake City, at Fred S. Ghaffeo &
v {, Uod Spanish. Apply to JAMKH: IIor.MKs: which place she only lived two weeks. :;'
1uJt MAriDOCK AtATTHAMS, Jensen, Fla. County School Hoard. The relatives and friends sympathize
ii "Palm ]ouch Pinery," with Mr. Brown In his sad bereave- '

a'a'a' West Palm Beach, Fla.A ment.
I The is FU L
1 Pineapple Slips for Sale. following a synopsis of the an- I
r'' nual report of Urevard County School Tlmiik Registered Phariacist

:. "i.' I 4 I ,t Slips and Suckers for Sale. I have a choice lot of Abakka Smooth Board, ending June 30, 181M3, gotten up A Complete Assortment of
1',1 / '' Piiiuppl slip and swki-rs delivered Cayenne and Golden Queen slips and by Mr. Jno. II. Same, Superintendent of The Cocoa and Rockledge News of

\ !li,!). a, t t L1 t Y i i, anywhere 1,000. Address on Indian: River at t
' IW" JOllY P. COOK, the courts. We are inclined to believe
,' hrNJ.llonG Waveland, Fla. Fort Tierce, Fla. from last year $ 1:715:! (; that had it /gone Into the courts that no 9 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. e...
L:1t: !Jii'\ From County levy , 12KJ1 011 jury would have held Mr. Walton guilty
U: "' From polls ... . 73SOO; ; of libel." (3T* We give prompt and' careful attention to all mail orders.
, J11' Fancy .-lncH. Fancy Pineapple Plants. Redeem land & tax certificates 461 51
" I. Proportion school fund. -4:2(1:!( 00 We want trade. Give us a trtffi
ll + Very finest Smooth Cayenne and Hardy vigorous, grown without shel Proportion 1 mill stftte tax.... 1020 50 A Florida Celebrity.Yesterday's .
. ter. Prices Examination fees. . 8000
i1 to
on application
1 Abakka pineapple plants. Trices on "
t / Choice Line of Cigars Stationery, Wall Paper School Supplies Perfumer
" I'' r application to E. C' 13. TVNDALI, All other sources. ... 4477 Times-Union says : "The .
Toilet articles Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., eta
\ J. & F. M. TYLER, 27marttmo Waveland, Fla. Florida celebrity is now on her to
1\ I way and Rubber
for Stencils
\, J' 4I\ Fort Pierce 1'lnery. Total .. .,. , .* i5oss: 60 appear before Queen Victoria, the Princeof Agents Stamps.Groceries
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I L. .1 Bal. indebtedness outstand'g. 1002: 40 .Wales and.all the little princes !and
ii Pineapple Plantation For Sale princesses and the dignitaries of London,
j Fancy Pineapple Plant Cheap. EXPENDITURES.For In the /great London Zoological Gardens. E. L_ :ee: .
teachers' $10.:<00 55 The celebrity is none other than Mrs. ,

At i Abbaka: and, Egyptian queen slips\ and Located on Indian-River, Florida. Build'gs, furniture .&. app'a.. 1275 07 Jock, a sea-cow, captured in the St.
Repairs, rent etc.. 411 74 Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
Lticie River near the home of Senator Hay r
J 4 ; suckers ILn.II'orto Rico slips.\ Prices on For description and terms nddress, Free books. . ... \IMS 14 Matthew Stanley Quay several months ,,
application to Box 14, Melbourne Beach, Fla.
State schools ,
25 00
. W. OonnoN BIIOWX:> summer ago." I call the Attention of the People of Indian River tomy Stock of
Salary Co. Superintendent 000 00
I t Kobe Hound Fla. Per diem & milage S. Board. 221: flO Staple Ac UfiMoy3roories! Fruii
1 1tq' ABBAKA. Ino'd ex. office Supt. & Board l258! Death of Itev. C. F. A. Illelby.
'11 ... And Food ProductsOf
Interest on indebtedness 407 70
; ABBAKA Slips..... Int. Indebtcdenss last year. 00 00 Rev. C. F. A. Bielby of DeLand, All Kinds. Also My Stock of
and Suckers For Sale.
Slips State Senator for Volusia Co.
formerly Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
1 Smooth Cayenne Suckers, Red Spanish $13838: 77 and a prominent man in public as wellas ,
Slips from healthy, vigorous home- Red Spanish In any quantity. Prices Warrants. .. ,. ,', 103 38 private life, died In Jacksonville a Ground Food and Wheat.I .
1 grown plants, for sale In any on application. SAEGER BROS., Whole number schools, 54. few days ago of Bright' disease. lie am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above line
v t I quantity. Write for prices, etc. Ankona, Fla. Number white schools open, 30. was there for treatment at the time of Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and sot
ts 1 THOMAS ELDRKD, "closed. 6. his death. The reverend gentleman and your patronage. Very truly
iJ Ankona Flu. Whole number white schools 45.; 'ainily had been staying at Seabreeze for F]. L. Ba.A.DY.::
t + the past two months. lie was well
Number negro schools open, 8. known In where have
Daytona we on
HOME GROWN....... closed 1. several occasions seen him assisting the
Whole number schools I O.
f l negro Rev C. W. Arnold in the services at St.
Number white teachers male 6. Gary's Episcopal church.
pF Pineapple Slips Fancy...... .' female ;m. ,

Total .. .41.
Number teachers 2. There's a man In Long Branch named
Home-Grown Varieties negro male
and Suckers. female, 2. Riddle. He says all the girls gave him

., Total . . ... 4. up.
Whole number pupils, both races, 071.
I Of the following Varieties Number white male pupils 376. The Indian River'U" very attractive at this point; splendid fishing,etc The land Is tpwli.adapted .
A8BAKA. female" 41H. 'Actors usually travel on sleepers. to Pineapple and other. "'rultIOJ.and IB situated at Ankona, just north of the celetinf
FOR SALE : PORTO RICO. Total , ,.. ,. ,7)4. Sometimes they ride and sometimes they Herman Grove.. For The particulars J., St. A.,&address: I. R. H'y tile rune owner through the property, making hyping' facilinuiiHurpiwsuil. \!

GOLDEN Number. negro male pupils 83.: walk. ARTHUR D. PERKINS New Haven, Cow
QUEEN. temale" 0 t
;; II Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, SMOOTH CAYENNE. Total , , ... ...177. .

Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth The county levy Includes taxes paid
and after of tax due for : : ...
Cayenne, Pernambuco, and RED SPANISH. 181)4.

The average term was 118 days or six Ooooe :I''lorida: : .
p Red Spanish. ,
months. JEWELERS
,' n, Apply tu U. O. MATTHAMS: Salaries paid per month: One $80; DEALER IX........ 1
t two $30; ); two $4;); ton $10; thirteen $3;). ESlABl.lSHEU I 6 08.
"b Florida Pineapple Company Lake Worth, Fla. One aid school received! $00 per tel'm. JACKSONVILLE FLA.Pknix. Wood and Metalll

h Zvi<;:ST I'ALM: UKACH FLA. :Correspondence Solicited. and another $33; per term.

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]c'q Consult. Jttlllca Mutt, K.tal>ll"h..a 1HH.V Coffins and Casket

The St. Augustine Cycle Co. .
II w', Orlando Nursery, for orange, lemon L. BARBOT & CO.

t%' i and grape fruit trees grape vines and Union Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department Is u..
,r Marshal Nlcl roses. General Commission. Has the best line of wheels I der the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using tM
${ JAMES Mo'rT, H Diamond most Improved methods of embalming. All orders by mail or wire receive prom
J Orlando, Fin.1IOTKL and sundries in the state. All attention. EDWARD STrUNG,
a.. 3 Excels. Indian River, FI a.
r Cocoa
j NOTES. H; : "in; Kinds of bicycle repair work
: uyp!; ;;I : :'
and other Ladies
:::i neatly done.
Wo now have open In Tltusvllle twoS ; "" THE DECANTER.
as good and well-managed: summer hotels and Gents In Stock. F. W. BEERS, Prop.
qs you will find in any part of Florida.. 329 & 331 PoydrasSt.,
NEW ORLEANS ----- ---
_,. Lo 1oy & Renal
Canal Rank.1tEFEItRCEa .
Carpentering : I !{ 1\letrnl'nlltuu| nitnk. Mme: : : Foreign and Domestic Brands !
'' + Commercial; Attended. BROs., of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whisk

:..I Of all kinds done at reasonable rates. Wholesale Dealers In- Bottled Beers, lies and Stout -55--

',.f: attended Orders for to.lumber Address and: work punctually The Popular Clyde Line. Groceries: : Fruit: aril: :Produce.: : A First-class and Line of Cigars.. ... Billiard and Pool Table-
t J. M. RoGEim, Tltusvlllo Fla Family hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to iw
131 mid 133 KM Buy Street and ,93 and ,35/ N .
t. wn n Street orders. Cash must r>
: order. ,
., accompany your LOSLEY &: KENAKER, Titusvilla
"The Clyde Steamship Line /grows In I n.'V'l.J.J.O
:>> : s :Florlda: : .
S [Remember the ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle popular favor with Florldians. Scarcelya
does all kinds of job printing. Give state paper ran be found that does not
on a share of your work.] mention some of their respective resi- ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton State and International Exposition,
Atlanta, ,
dents going: or coming, on the ships of Qa. 1885.

thin lino. The reason of this popularity: TO GROWERS:-Let us know what have in the of Fruit and
you way Vege-
Is because the ships are the bent entering THE G H I
J R'l4 the South: Atlantic seaport; the officers Peas.tables. Write Returns us for prompt our wholesale and sure.price We list supply of groceries.the best. Seed Potatoes and Cow .
all skilful and gentlemen In deportment
and square and fair treatment In accorded MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
all patrons."Jacksonville Metropolis.The .
i Metropolis right,for the Clyde's
'i L ;.' certainly run a One service, and .
care ana attention Is bestowed upon Its south Omaha, Neb., Chicago
:j 44S I numerous patrons. The ships sail from Salesrooms, 231 West Bay St, Thos. W. Dunk,Manager, Jacksonville, KU-
_ Jacksonville on Thursdays and Sundays.: What I Pure Leaf Lard So HAYNOE"CALUIET"
Cheap ? Tes We Selling
Write to F. M. Ironmonger jr., Florida are
If not, don't you think you ought to have one ? I have got the Five Minute
passenger. agent, Fla.. for -
White Mountain Motion BRAID
S full particulars. Triple Freezer at following prices via:

1 quart at. . .$. 1.30 each. Kettle Rendered Pure Leaf Lard, Hammond' Pure "Homemade"
i ;r ? r 3 quart at. ... 1.50 each. In Tierces 4J. Im TIerceBt..
WK respoctlfully solicit consignments I Correction. 3 quart at. . 1.80 each. G--u.aranteOd. .
4 quart R :1.20 each. gbelolutip Fur
; of rults and vegetables from down-river I
i. t parties la small lots such aa melons, Editor Advocate- These price are only good until the stock Is exhausted. Keep your eye on
thin Column. '
I pineapples grapes and all other fruits Mr. Editor:-I know compositors
', can LANDS for

\ I I and vegetables., on day of We sale.will guarantee remittance not readily unless decipher familiar my with horrible It, but.manuscript please THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART Lemons Grape Fruit & Pineappt

make these few corrections : Meats IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES FLORIDA.In .

I ';i r.:;' AVERA GROCERY Tltusville CO., Fla., ."meals, "cereals"" and manufactures and manufactures should; readmeats "inserted" Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread * order to Induce the Culture of Citrus P'rultllin the Counties named, tl.

therein should read "Invested"therein
_: ; "as they are" should be "and FOR SALE BY FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY Co. win, for the pelt 9 months, make a >
t are. diction of r Twenty Jie Per Cent on Price of Its Lands in Above Counties: ,
i Although our party boa disregardedthe EDWARD STILING..... ............. .., ........ .., -..
of Thomas
teachings Jefferson and OR UNTIL DECEMBER 15th. 1800-
_ gone and "put their foot In it," we con iJT'-" For terms and Prices apply. tow
manage to swallow the pill by taking a The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer Ralf:: : Garden Bar D. C. SUTTON or W. R. MOSES, West Palm Beach. Fla.
large swallow of cool water but the C.
.- other pill Is so much "bitterer;" we rows, suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers 3-ln. tread; A size larger J F.; S. MORSE VALENTINE, Miami Tort Lauderdale, Fla.
could not get it down with a barrel of suitable for Pineapple Plantations, 0-1 Io. tread. JAS. Fla. or to

water on top, for he Is nothing but a COCOA, Indian River. FLORIDA. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner v

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