Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
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Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
July 31, 1896
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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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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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle


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01. :12. No. 25. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, JULY 31 1896. F .'ieo.5c. I

OCAL NEWS -Capt. J. Smith and son are expectedhere Rend This Column Carefully. -A couple of I\l'Uclellnre crowded out Mallory In Troul>lw CatchlufcT 'nUl..... lit G'Anavomsl' I
from Jacksonville next week. Steamer
of this issue! for want of apace lltc

Topics of General Interest. -Mr. C. F. Olmstead, of Fort Pierce, IMPORTED French organdies, Dresdenand -Mr. Fred S. ChafTee has joined the The Mallory steamship Conwl? Stun -> J

was in town Tuesday, and became. a Persian designs of lawns, worth army of summer bachelor at the Indian Risk, master, bound from Galveston< to Mr. F- J. Burns, .of OaDiIVOr"I.lnf.rmlithe
Mr. J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa, was in subscriber to the ADVOCATE. 35 cents per yard; our next week price liver hotel. Key West, ran ashore about seven miles AuvnOATH that Canaveral bight ,

lii a day or two this week. -Editor E. D. Colin,of the Melbourne will be 15 cents per yard. southwest of place on tint :2.1th teems with tarpoikt. >present., fioocutly
JULIUS KI.INK. Losley & Renuker have had their Frank norton and Turn Knight hooked
I Mr. E. L. Brady spent from Satur- Times, was in towns short while Satur brick building Washington avenue Inst. lib tarpon, but;: oly landed one which

I until Wednesday at Miami.We day last, and gave us a pleasant call. JONKV. We want money to loan on first minted a gray color. lensuriMl. over flv... feet ?

expect to have some prominent I -Capt. T. W. Lund Is spending about real estate mortgages. Ten per cent -Mrs. H. T. Norwood t left here, yes Jupiter Inlet.In Whll they' were fishing, they observed
Itical sneakers In Tttusville on Friday, two weeks In Jacksonville with his free of all expenses to lender. I). L. terday, for Winchester, Tonu., to spend two Rnbvonors In the bight. A- tug cams
I daughters Mrs. li. II. McMillan and Gauldon .long rand towed them nutithta the throo-
bust 7th. a couple of months' or so. a former issue of the AIKVWCATR! ,
Mrs. Weldon-Lund. mile limit where' it Is snpputtetl theytransfevred
we referred to the fact of the Jupiter
UPr. O. W. Holmes of City Point, -Mrs. Brttton who has boon spending a1'MInll'' HlilkiiUor for
pleasant visitor In town the iirstIlio -Mr. M. F. Dwyer, owner of Hotel IIRE'H''' Root Beer-the great summer a few weeks at Roams, returned to Inlet being closed. for several moaUis. Cuba.! Some time afterwards,, smoke ::1
Indian River Rockled is said to have drink Later news toluuul at this office bays i
week. e, -at F. S. Chaffee A: Co'* llms on Sntimluy last from
was seen Issuing a stoiimor on man-
that Mr. 10l'tf.: Cabot of Jupiter has
made an offer of $20,0X( for Byron Mo- ,
Mire: Smith, of Jacksonville, is visit- Clelland's racehorse, Prince Lief. -Mrs. OrojfHOH mother of Mrs. R. W. made a contract with the U. S. icov- rn- of-wsr out ati: sea, mind heavy, ounnondlng -
:Mr and Mrs. Waddell, in South TULIITS KLINE will offer thirty-five bolts Rhodes, of this |place, I lit spending a few mont to open Jupiter Inlet. This will\ wan heard., Mr. Horn thinks It
Hville. "Surf Crest" Is the name of a very : of muslin-bleached and unbleached- days at Sanford this woek. bo a groat boon to yachtsmen and fjhel'S. was ft- Spanish nuiii-uf-wair chafing tho
neat and comfortable cottage on the one yard wide, at ft cents per yard toamr,
County Clerk A. A. Stewart left fort beach at Seabreeze. Those who have this and next week. The goods would -Mr. E. L. Brndy'a brick building Is

Pierce and other points last batur- stopped there speak In high terms of the be a bargain at eight/ cents per yard, nearly completed, and we understand The Hatching of OntrU'h. Sikte. of, tltu.;YnehtKIMgwtista.' b bMr
,, returning home on Tuesday.Mr. house and its proprietor, Mr. S. Halgh. so secure what you need In this line at be will take ponHOHnlon next wook.
and M 1S. R. W, Rhodes recently -Mr. O. O. Robinson, of Daytona, once, while the price is low. -Capt. Henry E. Sewall of Sewall's Writing the ADVOCATE front Courto- .. Char!**. McLaughlin.. ofl New ,

Le a small but very enjoyable party at. who has been spending several weeks Point, returned home yesterday, after nay, our correspondent says Major H. York who panned through 1ltll; >8v11lo.

Sir residence In North Tllusvllle. north, Is home again, and enjoyed a HAVE you been to Seabreeze this summer spending a few days In Jacksonville. J. Tlllln' ostriches have an tnorotwo In on Wednesday wook, lust, en. route to ,

Rowing and sailing parties on Indian whiff of Old Ocean, at Seabreeze, on P If not, bo sure you go there. -:Miss Jennnette Paddlson expects to the family* throe young ones having Rookltjilge with Cnpti Tony Canuvn, left i
Sunday last. and ask for H. made their appearance at tho ostrich for aoino on Saturday.: While Rot Kock- f
Lcr have been in vogue during theft Take train to Daytona, leave here next Tuesday for Washington/ ,
fond of their lodge he Mr. !ol. :
farm The parents wore stk / piivohaitod F.Dwyer'snaphtha
has of the most f
beautiful moonlight nights. -Mr. C. J. Hector one of Melbourne's Q.comfortable Hawley. He one In, Daytona Ga., on a month's visit to her friend, baby birds- that they triad to eat them.. \ laiinah Kingston, which started

Col. D. J.. Gaulden was among the prominent citizens and a candidate for for drives to conveyances and on the beach. Miss Leila Anthony. They had to be separated In consequenceof for New York on, Saturday lost. In
Lenders to Fort: Pierce last Saturday. the office of county treasurer, was in .. -There will be a cheap excursion to the attempted cannibalism of the old charge of Captain Canovn. ![ar. Mo- !,
( retained to town on Tuesday. town a short while on Monday, and gaveus ; Miami, from Jacksonville and all points birds. They are bright cunning little Lnughlln, Uio> purchoNor ol the launch 1,

V. Blackman of the Cocoa a pleasant call. -Miss Joe Brady Is spending a couple south, on Monday next Aug. 3rd. The follows., and are covered wilt down. la a prominent ami well known publisher
ll Editor I Kockledge News, gave us, a call while and Mrs. R. P. Paddlson, who of days at MIms. fare from Titusville will\ be '::1.00 for the of school alllll\Owable books atlun H,. ., anal n very i
have been spending several weeks at Bobbins went to Jacksonville round trip. jovial gentleman* whom tho
[town the first of the week. -Mr. Goo. M. Ran Ashore near Canaveral. gym, ''
I Point Casweli and other points In south yesterday. He expected to return AJUVOCATK representative was pleased tit 'I
.-Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Budge, after and southeastern Carolina returned to-day or tomorrow.Mrs. -The marriage of Mr. B. B. Pyles and moet Ho said he enjoyed hiatripsonth Ci I

-nding about a week very pleasantlytown home Friday last, atter a pleasant trip. Miss Claudine VAnlandingham takes The little schooner Emma A. Dicker- very much,, and liked'' the Indian River '
[ returned to Miami on Mondayernoon. B. M. Hale, of Crescent; City, place at the Methodist church on Tuesday son, Capt. M. B. Mathewson\ from Savannah suction lmro nsuly. The pink )paper will
-Rev. Goodell, Presbyterian minister, arrived In town Wednesday, on a visit to night next, AUK. 4th, at 8 o'clock. to Port Buohard. Spanish Honduras follow hi nit to Now York.

of Titusville, with his son, are tentingon tier son, Mr. Eugene Hale, of the East The ceremony will be public. put Into Jacksonville\ last Friday,
from Satur- i
-Mr. E. B. Wager spent
Miss Cross's lot during the parson's Coast Line. -Editor Moreton Murray, of the Daytona : in distress. The captain reported at the !
until Monday at New Smyrna and the 'rlaaEIKO Count (,
y vacation of a month preferring
Wilde of Face lIle Ga. Gazette-News, returned home yes custom house that he ran ashore. on the
roulld. He report having had a good shade of the mainland to the beach. -Mr. J. L. v -
on the beach. Is making a tour of the East Coast this : terday, accompanied by his wife and Canaveral Shoals and sprung a leak.
no Daytona GazetteNews.Mr. week. He will, orobably, pay Titusville ; daughter, who have boon spending sometime The Dlokorson Is a forty-ton schooner, Mr.. 080..F; Miles,, presklvat! and gen-
Miss Crawford, of Pittsburg, Pa., Iso J. J. Haggerty; that popularand a visit next Monday.The at Demoroitt, Go.Mrs. sixty-four feet long and sixteen foot aril manager of the K. (/.. L. C. A T. Co., a
of the bright and Jovial( youug ladles well known writer, better known as beam. She put Into Jacksonville for Missed through Tltusvlllo on. Monday, en
w sojourning at the Seaside Inn, Sea- the "Rambler passed through Titus- members of St. Gabriel's Guild H.V.. Mackenzie, who has repairs. route to. Dade county to examine tho

ze i, where hue has a host of friends.In ville, Monday,,en route to Miami, to be met at the residence of Mrs. T. T. Wet- been spending some time In New York, work date by the dredges and to put
more last Friday. The next meeting returned south this week, leaving for thorn. to work opening the northern end
the bicycle races held in town present at the town election, which took will not be held until October 2nd. her home at Canaveral on Wednesday. They AU Like the "Advocate.." of the onnnl Into the Loxahatchle river
t Saturday evening, Arthur Brown place on Tuesday.Mr. We acknowledge a pleasant call from
l In conversation with an
ivt Jupliur.
both three and the mile -A solid special train, via the Plant
the one
n while In
and Mrs. Courtland Buckmanand her town. In
AnvouAT/n MB. Miles said It
All along the East Coast we got reporter
'es i, and is now wearing both medals.A Mrs. Berne have been pleasantly Savannah: ,-Mr. Chas. Blythe, of Indlanoln, after quite a demand for the pink paper.: Mr. I ixpooted.Uiat the work will be finished

letter from Mr. Arthur 8. Halgh, located at the Wiley cottage, Daytona a. m., returning from there at 8 p. m. trying to do business In Savannah: Fitz- F." Sharp, of Coronado says: "Send me inside of two months, as tho distance 1 I.
ill known in Daytona, tells the ADVo- beach, during the past! two weeks. They The fare will be $1.00 for the round trip. gerald, Atlanta and other places, says forty copies of this week' ADVOCATR. only about 700 yards, which will, wheu
TE that he is stilLat Cat Cay, Bahama expect to leave for their home in hat.people are much better off on the It 1 la read with much Interest;" while a Inched* complete an uninterrupted Inside -
lands, where the '-'pink paper of the Jacksonville to-day or to-morrow. -Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Oliver and two Cast Coast of'Florida than ho found real estate dealer In Jacksonville says' : waterway. from. Ormoiid to Bay Illtt-

t Coast" is a welcome visitor.Mr. -Miss Jessie Keller, a popular young children passed through here, Saturday them elsewhere, so he has returned to "Enclosed find stamps for twenty-five cayne.. The dredge, after the work IM

and Mrs. L. A. Brady and baby, lady of Daytona, passed through Titus- last, on their way home to Miami from Indian River, whore ho hopes to remain.Mr. i copies of your pink paper. It seems to dune In. Dado county will leave for :St.
r. and Mrs. J. O. Walton Chas. II. ville, Monday, en route to Miami, where Georgia, where they had been spending be much liked by many of Jacksonville' Augustine\ for tho purpose of cutting!
a couple of months or so. E. A. Ireland, a prominent pine- front tho Matanzas river to the
I AUVUOATM through
alton and Claude Walton spent from she will open a dancing class. ,We have renldents. want the to
turday until Monday at Seabreeze, no doubt she will meet with good suc- -Mr. Tom Mitchell, who has been assisting apple grower of Eden call, gave the ADVOCATE and send north." We are plonsed to know t.o UHf Halifax river. Mr. Mile will

'toying the surf bathl.ig, etc. cess, as she Is an excellent teacher.Mr. Mr. E. P. Porcher, agent of the office became a subscriber pleasant to on the Tuesday pink people appreciate our effort. In trying to probably\ return to; /St.: Augustine on
Indian River and Lake Worth Pineapple paper. give the people of tho East Const as good Mommy next Mr. Galllard, secretary
-Conductor W. D. Waddell of the Gad Bryan, that well known Growers' Association In Jacksonville, Mr. Ireland has been to Palatka, wherehe a. paper as the field warrant at present. and treasurer of the company, accomaulodMr. -
T. & K. W., left bore last Saturday politician and contractor, returned to for weeks loft yesterday for underwent an operation. for peculiar > Miles to I)a some past ,
"inning, for Alabama, where he was Miami on Monday having spent a few growth which appeared on his nose a
Jacksonville and New Jupiter, to join the Life-Saving Crew. short time lie has been from
marooned on account of the serious days in Smyrna. ago. away Miami IncOrl)( rnted.
noes of his\ mother, who, we are glad Mr. BryaQ was accompanied by his brother -One of the latest of the fair sex con- homo about two weeks, and left for A Hear and Wild Cut hunt.Our .

learn, l Is improving. Mr. Waddell who was on his way to Fort Lauder- verts to the bicycle Is Mrs. E. L. Uriuly, Eden on Tuesday afternoon's train. -
It WI\III\ lively day at Miami on Tiien'
home in few dale. and she and others of our young ladles Rosoland that
poctod a days. -The Miami Metropolis laid oft two day when the entire citizens' ticket wo correspondent
-Mr. and Mrs. C. T. McCarty and have been enjoying the exhilarating of Its -Messrs. Roy Puokott andJ. in Friday night last MuHHrs. Quinn Gibson
-Mrs. James Pomar, who has been week the cool breezes prlntois elected. There was no opposition to J.
,ending some months with her parents son, of Ankona, passed through here, exercise this in HO H. Walton-last week, on account of B. Rollly for mayor and the opposing and l'aul Kennedy went over to tho
i Rochester, N. Y., returned home yes Monday last, on their way to VInton prevalent at night on Indian River. there being Insufficient work for themto candidate for marshal, H. S. Puckett, and ocean bunch In search of wlmt ther.cnuld

rday, much to the Joy of her husband, Iowa. They were unexpectedly delayed -Mr. G. McPherson of Stuart who do In its office. Mr. Puckett came up the opposing candidate for clerk, J. T. Ind. They found u bear. ,
ho will ,not have to meet any more In leaving Ankona last! week as intended, has been taking a two weeks' vacation at to; Titusville last Friday, and will stay Reynolds were defeated by large major- buckshot from one and a rlllo bullet from
ains for the present on the lookout for which accounts for the local Item re- Seabreeze, enjoying the surf bathing, here a few days before going to Daytona ities. Several: other received few vote the other convinced tho boar that he
ir. garding them in our Issue of the 24th etc returned home on Monday, sayinghe : where he expects to engage In some for alderman. The entire vote cant wa tad truck the bench! at the wrong place
Inst. lead gained considerably In avoirdupois line I of business. Mr. Walton accom- 341, of which Rellly received :-111; F. and he got back Into the scrub all rapidly
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold the him to town staying until an possible. but leaving A trail of
his at seaside. panied over
during sojourn Gray, for marshal, 247; J. M. Graham
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton entertained
vine service at St. Mark's church blood visible
plainly by moonlight. Thoy
next day, when he left for Daytona on a clerk 100. The councilmen elected wereJ.
ocon, on Sunday, August 2nd at 10:30: a few friends last Friday night, -Mrs. Henry T. Titus, after spending visit to his father, Dr. Goo. E. Walton, rowed over to Mr. I). I'. Gibson'\ place.
A. )MacDonald W. M. Brown E. L.
m. and 7:30: p. m. Holy communiont when whist and euchre were Indulged in. several weeks with her sister In Jacksonville late of Miami. and accompanied by tho colonel and several ,
the morning service, and a lecture on Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. returned home yesterday, acoom- Brady, F. S. Morse, Daniel Cosgrove, F. dogs, returned to the boach. The-
hurch History In the evening. Topic: R. W. Rhodes, Mrs. L. A. Brady, Mr. panied by her family. Her husband T. Budge and W. S. Graham. dogs followed the trail for about H mile.
Origin of the Creed." and Mrs. II. C. Budge, and Messrs. O. C. has therefore severed his connection New Mills For Falutkii. Alderman Morse wallo Titus villa when ono of the clogs got Into trouble
Elwes and C. H. Walton. The host this when he received the news of his election -
party with the summer bachelor for with n wild cat. The cat wa soon dl.>
-County Attorney Howell Titus re- and he was heartily congratulate!
broke about Id and
o'clock reporteda
up year. On another will be found the ad posed of, but the dogs would no longer
urned to town Monday, wearing a Mo- enjoyable time.Vicepresident page by the ADVOCATE and several of big
Inley tie. He said he changed his very -On 5th page will be found an ad. of of the New Semen Cypress Door Co., of friends In town. follow tho boar, and the chase had to b.

Ind while in Jacksonville, and did noto J. R. Parrott, Supt.R. the Wilson Cypress Co., of Pitlatka and. Palatka, which will commence business abandoned.Th .\.'I .
to California as he expected. Mr. T. doff, of the Flagler Railway; Land Jacksonville. This company la biddingfor about October 1st. It Is quite a large ,.<.r.
'itus expects to open a law office in Commissioner J. E. Ingraham, of the a share of public patronage. They concern supported by northern capital- Roseland. Traimvual Haider \', .}

acltionville, thinking It a better field land department: Geo. F. Miles president l- manufacture cypress lumber shingles.lath lets, and a slight description of It at this --- .
limn West Palm Beach. Mr. Titus ex- of the F. C. L. C. fc T. Co.; and mouldings;pickets, flooring, siding, time will not be out of place. An ADvoCATE A from London .that .t Jd
pets to leave for the metropolis tomorow President Harmon, of the Key West & boat lumber, etc., and have over 12,000- representative at the Invitation of Mr. E. Stokes ha secured a contract cablegram say
and his asaoclate In the
taking his McKinley tie along.Mr. Miami Steamship Co., passed throughhere 000 feet of lumber on hand. Mr. Geo. O. Selden viewed the building for cutting saw-log for the mill at Vero famous Dr.[ Jameson Transvaal raid found guiltyon \
In a private car Tuesday on their where the work will be turned (out
Mrs. Geo. M. Bobbins the yesterday We KoMolitndlte feel a* though the and sentenced to varlou.
A. E. Wilson, of the Wilson to Dade county. writing and noted that some of Its Tuesday
way railroad company wa slighting us to
ADVOCATES from Mountain Lake Park terms of Imprisonment. The awe hiu
-ypress Company, of Palatka, was one dimensions and capacity and of
,'f' the Jovial visitors whom we met at -The Seaside Inn, Seabreeze, Is getting Md., says that Mrs. Wager, herself andtheir machinery were as follows : power Frontage some extent. The drawbridge across been argued! In tho English law court for
the river at this point boa been unworkable -
to be resort. On families are having a pleasant time. some time past, but after the jury returned
a popular
heabreeze had quite
Monday bet He quite of building 400 feet depth, 228 foot
; ; for several months and a* no
like the climate much i yet, UusHell
I It Is verdict of Lord
jolly with to the Saturday last It was quite fulleveryroom They very as a guilty. ,
party him. Referring boiler capacity, .100 II. P.: engine ca.aeItf' i of change and althoughwe
nice and cool and the shade i prospect any ; these rich and aristocratic
trees the sentenced
are Judge
umber mills Informed being occupied-and many having so ; ,
Mr. Wilson us i 250; II. P. The mill will be capable have fine lulling and a -
hat his had to be accommodated In the cottages. so Immense that they see very little sun. beautfully law breaker to serve the following -
was doing a large out 500 doors 250 pairs sash
company turning ,
located hotel, the time-tablos, "a* published
mslness, and the mills turn out over Mr. and Mrs. Stewart do all In their power Rufus and Ryals must be having a jolly 150 blind and other production, In like In the do not even men term In Hollo way Jail: Dr. Jameson,
) to make It pleasant for their time nnder those big trees. papers, sentenced to 15 month Imprisonment
O.OOO feet of lumber per day. They are guests; proportion per day and will employ- Ion such a place"a* Roseland.
unnlng day and night. So large Is the and those of our readers throughout -Hon. F. S. Morse, a prominent Dade when In full operation-from 150 to 2(10( without! hard labor; Major Sir-John
xislneu done by this firm that Mr. Florida who have not visited Seabreeze, county real estate dealer and politician, bands. It will certainly be a big thing Messrs. Hogg anti A. E. Campbell, of Willoughby, 10 month; Majo R. White,
Wilson will probably shut down about should certainly do so, the fishing, driving was In town Tuesday and Wednesday asa for Palatka. Melbourne; and Mr. T. Black hear, of seven month, and Capt. Henry F. Coventry

he middle of August, for the purpose! and bathing being excellent. delegate to the Democratic Senatorial The officer of the company are a* Thomaavllle, Ga.; accompanied by sev (eon of the Earl of Coventry), ,CoLR.
>i making extensive alterations and Improvements Selden oral Intending land purchaser, came Grey,' and Col. F. H. White to fivemonth >
-The Florida Citizen of Monday referring Executive Committee convention, which follow ; Geo. B. pros and '
to their already large plant to the Rev. W.T. Veale, formerly was held here Tuesday afternoon. We en.l. mgr.; A. E. Wilson, vlce-pre"*.: W. down on Monday. Mr. Itlackshear re- Imprisonment. .
vn ADVOCATE representative was Invlt- pastor of the Presbyteian church, Titus acknowledge a pleasant call from Mr. H.VanWagenan, tl' l\s.; Harry C. Wilson turned north and the balance of the Theso (with a few American) were

7! to visit Mr. Wilson at Palatka Wedneslay. ville, says : "Rev. W. T. Veale pastor Morse, and appreciate the many compliments ecy.. and Frank A. Arnold, gen'I. party went south on Tuesday. Great the men who led the 450 raider against aid
about Boer
He has one of the finest residences of the First Presbyterian church, Jack- be paid the ADVOCATE and its mgr. probabilities but no sales.Pineapple 10,000 They expected
''n the .* from,' Johannesburg, but did not get it.
above city, and It I Is beautifully fitted the MMMMaiMHM.WaM.
sonvllle, preached for last: time yesterday
llenoe they lost the dam and are now
up throughout Connected with his !,
mills are said to be the finest stable and morning at the church. Mr. Is drawn to the new ad. of PURR old Mount Vernon Rye at Losley Farm ruminating over their failure: In an Eng*
barn In Florida with room for about 100, Veale ban made a very favorable Impression the Hurt Crest, Seabreeze, on the ocean A Renaker's, at $. .oC per gallon flab jail where rich and; poor are on
on the people of Jacksonville: during beach which will be found the 8th (
HOI-MS on equal term.
buggies etc. Every stable has a At WaveUnd Fla. will be sold
his pastorate here and It is with regret of this Issue. The I.! In at *
cottage a
screened window to keep out Insects, that the members of his church and Duck Feather Wanted. sacrifice. Write
while the horses can get all the air they congregation see him leave. lie believes of good the locality, and Several commands a fine view G. E. Coo, agent Be Sure to Heart Thh"
ocean. rooms
ant Mr. Wilson will leave for New that he will\ have. wider field Jensen Fla.
however, a -
York to-morrow weeks for are connected with the Surf White preferred. Send particulars top
with his family to spend several In the north. Mr. "Veale will leave here Crest, which make It pleasant for those o. box 192, Tltuvllle, k I. For Mile or will exchange for delra
to-day for Chicago. who like bathing. Fine ble Florida property, stock of merchandise

consisting oc drug, stationery, .
If You Drink Liquor W. B. .D8..8on. Attention Pineapple Grower A Valuable Offer. tobacco, cigar aid case liquor J situ
Old, pure and mellow corn whiskey, ated In New Mexico will .Invoice, with

Get It pure fro.-w-B.: Dawson, Jack- I quote all heart pine for pineapple For Sale or will exchange for desirable I $J.OO and J.fiO per gallon. fixture about $4000: the finest climate
aevile Fla. Jacksonville, Fla., state agent for W. B. DAWSOJT Jacksonville. for Addre D. W. B
& .
Bartholemew Rochester bottled beer__ shedding delivered to1' point by rail :Florida real estate, my Interest In font Tltvsvtll.ula.
fine tonlo-$1.25 down $10.50 between Fort Pierce and llobe Sound valuable mining properties carrying gold care_ ADVoCAtc,
per ;
Bones Wanted.Save at $14 thousand In carload lot,
)L per liver and lead; situated In New Mexico Millinery.
________ other point In proportion. Special Own \ Interest In two, f In one, and -The Member of the Tltuvllle Ten-
your OOD.--and end them to the price on lath and lumber In small lots. 11-19 In another. For particular, address Min Florence Norwood, TitusvilleFla. ,, nl* Club will meet at 7:30 sharp this

Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack- Samples of MPalntoff" may be had 0. F. PADDISOST, D. B. W., care of ADVOCATE:, TVttuvtlle .-. Mall orders promptly and .fflc .- (Friday) evening, at Indian River hoteL,
1Qvm, Fla. Will pay cash for them. at the ADVOCATE: office, free of charge. Ball Oallle, Fla. Fla. ently attended to. A full attendance) to requested.II .




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Democratic Nominee the orchard. TIle general mile with' the CAC.L FOR PIUMAIfiT ELEC- THE BISHOP AND THE RABBI. Florida East Coast Rail

r., v1I orchard is to keep It well -cultivated up"to TION. \va

; Presidential Elector within a few weeks rf the fruit ilp.n- What They DrMunvd About MM Jewish'
Mid MM Eptefwiwl FORMERLY TUB:
R. A. IUORFOHD of Marion county.W. fag, and at the last eurblvatfon scatter Whereas, at a meeting of the Demo- Bnhop Potter and Rabbi Oottheil are
1 8.: JENNINGS, of Ilernando count r.. JacKsonville St. Augustine' and Indian River
;) cotton seed meal and work lit in the -noil trade County Committee of Brevard liken the Railway.
old friends and each
a ;joke on
SYD. L. Alachua
i '! J. F. WELBORN CARTER of of Orange county.county. for hay, but lately I have .been ,iuslngkainlt county, held pursuant to call at the other.: We all are aware of the clerical Time Table In Effect June IStU, 181X1.
courthouse at Titusville, on the 7th day
as well, and I find .a great .Improvement -> propensity for ;Joking. One day they
ot July it was ordered that the chairman
? For Congvoftft/KUBKKT, 2d ConftresKlonal W. VA VIS. Dlst. : both I. quantity; and .quality. and secretary of said oemmfttee do met.And the bishop informed the rabbi South Bound. North Bound. ---=::

I I use about four hundred pounds issue a proper call for a primary election that the had dreamed.a strange .dream No. No :JNO.)/ No. No.
I For Governor : of kainlt tt be held on Saturday the 16th of Aug. I the night before. Said he: ."STATIONS.I. "I' 3L JiOO M STATIONS.Ly 78. 'O.ifl I\a. ,,1,

} WILLIAM 1>. BLOXHAM. per acne as a general ruler, ust next; therefore we, Thomas Johnson "Idreamed I knocked at the gate, and .. II Ilia 7UA P :::::::-: . Miami . .... S (HI' ,a n.eio':-- :'1)4 .:
sometimes more awl. sometimes Joss, act! ArSt. Augustine 103(1( a ,028, : / P .... .. .. Lv Lemon City.... 810 am. i V.
I F JiiHtlce Supreme Court.:: and Minor S. Jones, respectively St. Peter asked who I WAS. When I had Lv.. AuiriiHtine man a .. . ..-.... . Lv KtLauderuale. 867 am. "33 ,.
m1 'i MILTON II. IAllItY.I oomdlng to previous fertilizing and gene, chairman and secretary of sid/ committee told him, he wanted to how to which Palatka.. .11:18: a .. .... .. .. .. Lv LintonLvWPalm.... .... 111I2alll.i h4a'LvE
I I .ral tate of the soiL Now, the question do hereby give notice that the heaven I wished to the Epiwoopal -- -.... .... -..... peach 730am I!I 11 ? a'Arl.alatka..lll1oa ''!
t i For Secretary of State : various Democratic precinct committeemen go, L..I.alatk..IOMa. .... .... .... LvW.Juloiter.. i 111' e
I is often debated neighbors = Lv Jennen... ... .. 8111.1' 1241'1'1' '
among my heaven I said ,
the Jewish heaven.
JOHN( L. CItA WFORD. of said county are directed to hold or A Hun Tented .... -lOOp( .- -.. .. ... .... Lv Eden ... .. .... m8H4 ,
Aa *o the cropping t bay Impoverishing primary election on Saturday the lath that I wanted to go to the Episcopal Lv San Mateo. .. 10 00 aLv ... .... Lv 'ort Pierce.. .. 0 40 a am'm ; I 32ii It I,

I' s For Attorney General : tile soil; the southern farmer believes I in day wf August. ISiHt, for the of heaven, but If he did not mind I would -Ormond-m- -.... .... -12 /IKt p107p .. .. -... ...J .. .vSehastian.. .... 10 3l! a ni .. .. 34ofSISal '
',:' J WILLIAM U. LAMAR.j purpose like into the Jewish heaven. Lv IHiytona... .... .. .. .. ... . Lv Melbourne.. ., .. 11a: am.. I". .
r letting it rot where it grow I believe selecting democratic candidates for the to takeapepp Lv Kert orange.. 1181' . ... .... .. .... [.vKauUalll".Jl33"m.. ?. .
j }. For Comptroller : in cutting, It and by mo doing ,I Improve following offices in said county to-wlt : He consented. I.v New 8I11yr,",.., I50p ... .... ..... .. .... LvRockledgehtis .. .. '

a'' "W.' JI. KKVNOLDS. One member of the house of KepiosentaUves "Well what did see?" asked the LvTItiiHvilleLv .... .. 2IU p .. ... .. .... .. ...... Lvfmioa..... .... 12(on p m ... I
the quality of the soil> .because the you (* coa. .... .. ..381 p ... .... . .... LvTItusville.. .... 12 /co, p in, ...
I *,'<>r Treiuuror : of the State of Florida.County rabbi. Lv Rookleclpo: lltlH. .. .. .. . .. ?. Lv; New "yrna.., 2 Ml p in, .. .
1 CLA1UKNCE\ JJ. COLLINS: stubble growth It afterwards ; .. . ..... . .... ....... :
i fifty roots for the one it previously had, Clerk of the Circuit Court. Lv Melbourne. ... 41.1 p ,. :18111'11I.J ..
r ? 1 l V'ur Supt. of Public Instruction : of the news, laughed the bishop. Lv M p . ... .. .. .... .. .. ....... .. 2411.. ni ... .. .
and by plowing under this stubble, roots Prosecuting Attorney County The:\biahop and the rabbi met againin Oil p . .. 4 It/ a .... .. Lv, Kane Palatka..! ., 42a p in, ,, I.
i ) W. N. SHEATH. Court. ..... .. ...... .
.and H2 p fll a Arl\ltD: Mateo .,,.. 510 p _
; all, I In the fall of the year, after all Sheriff. about a week and the .rabbi hud a Lv 37 p ....... .1131... .. .... Lv San Mateo .... 8 Oil ) m... ;; ,
For'mmnllsxiOnerofAgtionlhnro, : I dream to tell. He too had the Lv :SO > .... ..... 807 a...... n ni .. ......
t J.UCIUS; B. WOMB WELL. growth censes, improve my land a Tax AsscHsor. gone to Sebastian..4. B 1 .Ar Paatka.) ...,..,.. 4 BO pn = : _
i reat tidal more than the man who allows Tax ColI(>ctor. pearly.gates and been questioned by St. t: r ; X 09 p p :::::.:: 980II' 'a' .:: :::: l.vl'alarka(51( p m I.

his hay to rot where Jt lies and ''Collllty'l'I'elUlul'er.COllnt.y Peter \who wonted to know to which Lv 43 p ..... ... (OK a : .... ArSt. AuuniKtlne..I B 10 pm. -
I ........ ... lv St. 7110..1
Superintendent of (Schools Lv [ 35 p 1IS a AniciiHtine.Ar 1511 )'> inI
r 1 t IXCKKASISTO HAY YMOL,1. plows hid land In the sprIng Ju t in timeto : heaven he wished to go, the Jewish Lv [ 20 p .... .... 300' a .. ... .. OM(I ii' m .
( 4 County Surveyor. heaven or the Episcopal heaven."I Ar Miami .... .... 10301' .... 32S a . ---
get in his spring crop, and I have hay Three Members of County School A. & w. KRAJ CH.
Raid of that I wanted
.F1 t 4 IKr"uTK SIMHTIWH, F'l.A..JulyJST90.! for my stock all the round and Board. go Train 31, 32, 37, and 78 between Jackwnvllle. ---
year to the Jewish heaven but if he did not NORTH BOUND.
'One Justice of the Peace for each and St. Augustine daily
R-liver A<1v' r are
object I would like to take into
i f. Justice's District. a peep Train -20H between Miami and Fort Fierce, STATIONS. No 2 No 4 ;S"
'. It in \ fact flat tie roaming the woods and 1 In the winter the heaven said the rabbL
+ an AHttmlftliing m Ono Constable" for each Justice's DU Episcopal dally except Monday. Ar New Smyrna. i2 3fip/ i3ft >!-
i ; jniiic HoutKern farmers ftl]>onil nt leant are xtothlng but skin and bones: trlct.Nine "An in your CI1.fIe, bishop consented. All other train south of St. Augustine daily a Lake HelenOranpre 12 3llp 4<"l'> :

t tlirms. utKiiHto Mut.of every .twelve,..Wiling{ C. K. McQua.. u i. County Commltteemen.Such "Indeed? And what did you see in except Sunday. .. O. City: Juno rltv 12 1 35p Nip' 3 asp\| '
+ primary election shall be held) In the Episcopal heaven?" queried the 3Jt\n --
v their very beet friend tn their .effovta togfft SOUTH ROUND
s accordance with the rules established
i -B ,sure to got Simmons Liver Regulator bishop.
IM..rthe "turd! of vcrabfriwm
; ( growth therefor the said committee and the "
for your spring medicine. It's the "Nothing, smiled the rabbi. "It STATIONS. NO a..1 JNo.l No. !(No'
{ Unit ;:grows' MI'> luxuriantly alA 1 old... reliable that did the old folks so following precinct committeemen are was empty. "-New York Press.Bnpontltlan Lv New Smyrna "iTOTp "STana' ,- -

th Htm fill the ......1Lt.h.OJ'j all woll.culllnitecl much good. Don't let anyone persuade authorized to hold and inspect such .. Lake Helen 2 Mip' > 10 Asa\ '
1 to election In their respective precincts : Lv Ormiire. City 3 nip iisa! .
jiiid "M.tnh".II land. you anything else instead. You
Saved Him. Ar 0. June.
City 3
No. 1.-L. K. O. B OBp 11 JOn'
.LaOrange. Myer .
f'ti }l ltd! trltesnyingdhatRitike! ] bralnntoruu can,. always the Ked tell Simmons Liver It .- Gardner and. .i. A. Carlilo. May-Why did yon accept him if you
ii I I''i uJiinn mon who are the Z on the package. Don't"ornjet Titusville No. 2.-J. It. Walker, JohnC. dislike him? Tl ese Time Table- shows the times at which trains may be expected, to arrive and ilntiarttf'
word Re/ulator-Simmona/ the eat arvl"taUon., but their arrival or departure at the times stated Is not irnnnimoeil .
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l II\II'NONI i art wholly urmtiltod to +iffiielritnil Liver tltegulator! -better than anything Jones and J. F. Renaker. Belle--He wag the thirteenth to propose the Co.jpany\ hold itself responsible, for any delay or any consequences arising tliereforin., surd

1, ) ; a eaI.1.10"",, otters: if Hiiltod. area else,, ....<1I1UI'O to do you good. Robinson City Point and No.B. F..3.-Beat.Rockledtre. J. .D. Hatter, T, A. unlucky to me to and I him.thought might be J. K. .' A t 1KOTT_Pre.lel"nt., JOSEPH Oell'l RtCHARII"fI' PxaaengerAant. .
reject -
Jio ul aroujixl with old netionH anillirejudtouH

1 lint they will novor.leave Beware of Ice Water.In Jones anL J: M. Sanders. On the
) old and 'that weredn, Eau Gallic No. 5.-J. T. Snell, W. R
1f{ sixty jmtomn!:\ The vogue health no one ought to drink icewater Roesch and J. E. M.\ Hodgson. "Yes, air, our town baa" turned out The Tropical Trunk Line!

rlt 9rmoeyears nfio. majocity Melbourne No. .-S. F. Glbbs, C. T. some great men in its day.
for It has occasioned fatal)
; Inllnmmutlon / "
r L r 1 of finrniui'M wi/iJc very ikard and iccomolUU McBride and M. O. Ellis! "Indeed.

+ : ]" nil that Uilttk It poHaible to of the stomach and bowels, and Malabar, No. 7.-D. E. Miller, E. B. "Yea, sir, it turned me out. "-Indianapolis -
sometimes sudden death the NewYork.Ledger Arnold and Arthur JournaL Jacksonville Tampa & Key West
'a4 I. dodo axiurtiiin time, nod duiln/f/ .the-nea- says Saegeistrom. Railwa
Sebastian No. 8.-J. A. Groves II. B.
ll J y woe ut thou .ilMn| >nal; ]but If with tides The temptation to drink Howard and G. B. Hall. JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.

)t Laid, work they are unnyHtomatiQ) 'they it lit very great in the summer. To use Fort Pierce No. !fJ.-J.> S. Bell, R. L. Wheat's New Found Friend -
it nt all with the should By the strangest coincidence three men SOUTH =XOltTIi _
1 aiewlrwjily tlu' Avlijg away HO much .time any safety person Brown and W. J. Tucker. Time Table. In Effect Apr. A, *OO.
f tako but a single swallow at the time Eden, No. 1O-J. II. LeTourneau W. met it) the house restaurant the other No. No. II No. 2t. No.23 zo.O.3:1.: No. 78. \aLuau .'
? J denttr. :I1 lH .will bo -- -
n fact
li nn gy > vai'y.fovc- F. Richards and J. L.'Jensen. day whose names were Wheat, Gates and ::::: : : oi OOOp837p j -O ooa J.v..JACK80 VILIJE.. .... ..Ar i KIPOu 111 4 OS p ,ind \ Lm,;;:
1 ably JiHjkioHHocl Eta any one 4fB.veIlngthrough : take the glass from the lips for half a .... .. .. MlxeiMo Ol7a.: .. ... ... .Orange Park. ,. .... .. .. 7 20 a mT JK II 111 )11"
I'' I minute and then another swallow and Fort Drum No. 11.-J. M. Swain II. Barley. They began to hunt around, and ... .. W'yamlFri 847p O.MH96JH .. ... ... .f'eons.. ,... ... ... 08 a m 331pm7Yavik| .
y I i11f"' ome++icllttnH" of our llou'herB L. Parker and II. A. Holmes. found another man, whose name was ..... ... 1011 p .. .. ..Magnolia: .. ........ ... 40 a masuam 3 11: ji 111' Tlium" ,
+' 7 i so on. "It will be found that in this ........ .. .. .. IOII1t p 007 a ...Green Cove Springs. .... ... 3 .
i fltntell ,iin the fall oft the :year, on eolnc way Narrows No. 12J. J. Roberts, F. C,. Rye. They had never met before, and .... .... .. .... ... .... .. .... .. .. ..lioHtwlck ..... .... 01'11 IIIj i| : Stl..
"1 1 P t tlO much viilnnhln JULY, ]left ito rot In the It become disagreeable after a few mouth- Poppell and W. N. Jones. Immediately cemented their ties of relationship ........ 10 tiSa 1125p 104IJa.. .... .. ? ?Palatka... ... .... ... C3(1am'222pm! | 3 ilj\ ,'
No. 13.: .. .. .. .. 11 24a tl K 11 llnII .. ........ .. .
fuln. Qn,,the other hand Ice itself GeorgIana, -W. D. Owen A. p1207p Batnuma..... ... 450am IIWpui 2.1)' '
\! fluids, 'when tit n.tplmtJiave!) boon saved, may B. Carter and P. II. Whlttfeld. by a liberal patronage of the .. ... 11 411a 24ll .. . .. .Pomona.. ... .. ... .. 4 40 1 a In 1471'11I 2jp':! I'.'
e r And Uftod l iU be taken as freely as possible, not only bar.> The only remarkable feature about ..1. .. 121111' 12 22 a 11 Sea. ....... .Creaoenf City Junetl ou. .... 4 !U a m 1:11I1.11I: l\ I IMp
f" ndvitutitii! either for nubi/kot/ ,: Merritt No. 14.-J. J. LaRoche, M. S. the .'. ... 12 Bflp 1231a 1IlIIia.( .... .. ......Seville... .... .... ... 4 05 a m327am 111111111) lIp:' p,,
I feedingn at( home, : without injury, but with most striking Sams and J. R. Miot.\ story is that; it is true.-Washington .... .... 23fl p 113a 1226DeLeon| Hprlngd.. .. .. ... 1247at 112311'
f advantage dangerous forma of disease. Haulovor, No. 13.-C. II. Nauman J. Post. .... .... 320 p 120 a 13 S.!l) .. .:... ...... UlenwoodUerenforu .... .... ...... 3 lOa in 1241 am 1111.\\"
I am safe ,In saying, Jktt: In this county' W Grlflis .. ?.. 400P! I 149 a 12 4H|1) .... ...... .. ...... ... ..... 3 OS a m 1:1:10&11I: : IOUI''
Jf brokejt sizes of a pea or bean and and Henry Futch. .... ... .. .... 12 lOa m .
OVuJton..) tthmoilAot. fall\ there were ton I210p.,12mpLv.} .DeLaml ..,... .... (
I Canaveral No. 10. Geo. ... "" {IAr
Quarterman, | ... ... -1071'h
't i : t I'' thol lull tuiiH . or
; ;ljl\,\ ) left lo tlwj iioltU,tojdeuay andirot, all forr between Spruce 'Bluff, No. 17.-MadisonBrid- .. ..... .... .... ..... .. 22p ..... .... .. .. .Paola.a (on a m .
the want of a little, push to, die teed it will often be effective In ges, E. L. Winter and J. H. Winter. have berries .... .... .. .... .... ... 3 Iftp ... .. .... ..SorrentoMt. ......... ..... .. ......... 7(1l1alll.(
? ond.onergy grapes and peaches a .... .. .. ..... .. .. ...... .
kinds Ankona No. 18.-John Waller. T. A. 3361' .. : Dora........ ..... ... .. 6 4.1 am .
t1 cut and ,CUTW ,fit, ,,and l all through UUe'' flecking various of diarrhoea and Tan and 1[ year old, fresh as when picked. I use .. ..... ... ... .. aSipAr.ravares......... ..Lv .. 631lalll.() .
l has cured ;violent. cams of Asiatic cho'ora.A man S. Thomas the California Cold process, do not heator ... .... 820 p. 238'aal2opAt.. .... ..... .Sanforcl.. .... .... .., ..Lv 200am 11 Ma in, 01(11(
winter uoovtlM ante aru (.fonmlng the, Mlcco No. 10.-C. A. Smith, R. T. .'..... .. . 31M a a i7p .... ....Altamonte Bprlnirg.... .. I 120am, 11t0ant
woo,k ie a tato of uuml.htarvnlion be- kind of cushion: of powdered Ice kept Smith and C'has. Werning. seal the fruit just put it up cold; ,..... .. ..... 342a. 22111' ....... ...... WlnterPark. .. ......... IllIJam I ( 11 Ofl( a in .
( keeps perfectly fresh and costs almost ....... .. ..... 3M ....... .. ...
I a | Orlando.. .. .. ... .. 12 M a in. 10IlOa"", .
:. ; I /. t liit to the entire scalp has allayed violent Banyan No. 20.-P. A. McMillan, E. .. .... ..... .. 4alla .... ....
lung/.g <> !o very far m i4 that awn nothing/ ; can put up a bushel in ten KiflHimmee.. .. .... .. ... 1212am: 10 20 a 'm"
R. Provost and R. B. Stewart.White ...... .... ... {! .... .
,, ,Infiunmatioinof the and 520 a Ar. ... Bartow Jc..Lv 11 OS Ol2a": ",
brain arrested pin
: .1 oil, thetMs tfffldn and either,( through HhlftluHHiiettH City No. 21.-J. F. Bell, John minutes. Last week I sold directions to ........ .. . H27: a 240p..? ... .. .. .. .Lakeland ,.. .. ... .. 10 30 p in o on a "in,, .
,, i ': or laelnuHH, .(or poi'lmpn both) .fearful convulsions Induced by too much Orrell and C. Chrlstlanson. over 120 families; any one will pay a dollar ..... .. .... ... t 720 a .. ....... .. n'LrtoW.' ... .. .. .. t iii)J :! pin 830ain"' .
( for directions when they see the . .. . .. .. .... <' Ar..runta, .. Oordn. .. .. ...Lv.. t301ln'f '"
< blood there. Itn croup water as cold as Woodley No. 22.-J. T. Grny. J. T. beautiful of fruit. As there .. .. ,,, a 800 a 6 imp' Ar. .. .... .. .... Tampa. .... .... .. ,Lv 500pm 8011am
libcrnlly Joe.esin make it, applied freely to the Stewart and IL T. Gilford. samples are ... .:.. ....I 819 a 0 111... ...,,. ..Tampa nay Hotel. .. .. 4 40 pin, 740am'" .
\ many people poor like myself I consIderIt ..... ........ 8 /M A 64flp Ar. .. ... ... I'ortTampn 1 .... ,. Lve 4 10 pm'TIS am ....
On vUIU K too! vlu'IQUIoOllnit.y tores throat, neck and chest, with a sponge or This July Oth, 1800. my duty to give my experience touch. ..... MonaOlI Thurs 050'' v.Ar.. .... .., ,,Port Tampa. .... .: Ar 2 :30 p 111,TliurK, anil' ftin.
t .. .. : Frlrtay. 3 <'H'' ........ .... .
i and Tt.e.'I |> .Key Went Lv 030.. in Weil and Bat
MiNoltS.JONES feel p
) h r one In ImpreHHod! with the fact, that all 1 doth, very often affords( ( an almost mirncnlus Tiros. JOH.VHON. confident any one can ..: . "nil ,,".II\"t.: 0 .NI" AI'. . .. ... ..Havana_ . .?. ..?Lv 12 30 p in Weil mid t>"I.n"lIy. t.
'" for relief, and if this be followed by Secretary. Chairman. make one or two hundred dollars around
n liay oak ix billed Thnothy .'Ipped
home in a few days. I will mail sampleof t Daily except Bundny.
fi-oiii.tlie north ur' went; .once III'" while drinking copiously of the same Ico cold fruit and complete directions to
i any Train 23: and 78- Pullman, and, 1''
Through Buffet York
Sleeping Can between New
i I one cornea acrtiui a bolo?.of crabgrassliny element, tho wetted parts wiped dry, Tobacco users will find, in another of f your readers, for eighteen two-cent Tampa dally.Train .

but it U very oIIoM'JII..lrula6lIl( wow, and ,the child be wrapped up well In the ,column n n item of decided Interest to stamps; which is only the actual coat of 23, leaving: Jacksonville dully at 8:00: m., arrives at Hawthorne At 11-4.1: : Gaimwi12:4A '
bed-clothes, It fall into delightful the samples, postage etc., to me. : Ocala 1:111.: Loealmrjf: ::311. Brooksvllle (I:011 p. in. Train leaving .Jacksonville, at K"III" l p. '
d and
thin crab-graeahay.b one .(if the moat. a them, headed "D n't Stop Tobacco." FRANCIS CASEY, St. Louis Mo. arrive at Onkliuul ,8:12, : a. in., Laroochee U>:45 a. m., Tarpon Springs 3::3111". m., Clearwater 31 I
i valu.ihlo prf\ehetli the southern llfo-glv.ln'g slumber.Kititfhta m., St. Petersburg: S:.4(1) p. in., dally except Sunday.
harm, _._ ._ Trains 21 and 32, through Pullman sleeping cars between Jacksonville and Tampa.W. '
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l and, being an annual, the yield of It IIIvel'y ---- B. COFFIN G. P. ACKERI/Y

I a a much luureaned+ by Judicious .fwtll- of Pythias Biennial Kii-: Ooneral Superintendent. General PawenRer Ago

lung/ ; It grown ptmtaoeoiiH, And then CJau pmellt.nt Cleveland O. -- --

bettor the prcviuiiH.nuUivatilou. the heavier HARRY MASON & GO.II.

the For ithe above occasion) the F. C. & P. &
i KI'owtla.V.e never ),"ve.1t .on The florida Central peninsular gailroj

'; stew land, but actor the >Hocoinl' .yoitr'H. and Southern Railway will soil roundtrip ,
t, .cultlvivtlon It IK. sure to como to ,itiho tickets from all points in Florida to MASON d CO. Jobbers In Fine Imported

I /front. It tuakuM for <-mipeilor I bay ito Cleveland OM at a ,,Nite of one fare for W Hay Street, Short Line between Florida mitt all Northern Points.

/Hmothy and stock! that miff the round trip. Tickets will be sold Only 138 Miles between
!if are to Hit Savannah and Jacksonville.

's;' I ,v.lI1l1ot oat any other kind of 'July 'ita Aug./ 21st, 22ud and J3rd! limited for JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars, High Everett, Savannah Augusta Ca. Columbia Washington, Ba
I ,
I'i'i ,bug UK they can get; Jt, mid everjilurmor return until Sept. ind.!

in tile south can have nil\ of It he wants, Those who.contemplate taking advantage Grade Whiskies tlmore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

if I he rotates his crop in tudiclon "wan', of this cheap rate can secure '1 M i : ; Etc. and Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville Louisville, Clnclona:

ner, and the best of'. will grow ftf- through sleeping.ears from Jacksonvilleto 4:;;". :1WYNxa'' : Chicago.
WnYYUMM. Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs Little Rock Kansas City,, S
Cincinnati via Memphis, ,
.only 7.. >C. & P. and
p tor another crop has boon \takon\ ...ff. ,,1 Whl.klotlll"orted and Domestic; Southern RCX'kan.t Rye. .. ....... ....from tlJM per gal Louis, Chicago Sioux City.
Southern Railway This rate also nrsndtrs-I.nnestic' applepemuh'blacklerryandpeach and honey ,. .from81.Mpergal> '
always get a good crop of tit every your applies 1I111.-H..lh'nd. Old Tom etc.... ......... .... .... ,. .... .. .. ... ...... .. ..from per teal River Junction Pensacola )Mobile New Orleans, Texas, Mexico Calif"! :
; after ray corn crop In hat'vxeted.'This via Cohuubll4t.nUle'aD: <1 Knox- Hum ...... .. .. ..... .,........ ....... ..from >l.AOperfral/ and the Pacific Coast. Effective April 1O, 181)41.
.villo, the new popular"' route between Wlnea-Port, Sherry Catawba Muscatel, Claret, etc.,train. . .. ..... . .....Ool..rKal]
Is done by; leveling tho land by menus of Claret.-FlnestKrane. ..... ..... ,1...... .. .. .. . .... ...... ...from ':!.2. per care Lrae' New York Express No. 38. lenv 'ia;::ka'.naxra
.1 a V-HhaMMl| harrow nt the last working! 11'101'1.1allel l : Claelunatl, giving a daylight1 Ik4UelBeer. .. ......... ..... .. .... .. .. .. ... ..,. .*........... ....f rom f 1.;M> per' doc.33P" A..,, ,__ .. +. vllle 7:30: for a. Huvannah m., dally, with Colnn.bla.I ThroiiifhHleepers ...hil6sr. '

I of the corn, and cutting the oorn stalks ride' through the beautiful mountain All other Fine Brand at equally Low Prices. Y 0 a, a. Hiiltlinore' Philadelphia New York) 80:d 1

.actluory of Western and North Carolina Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested without ex 0 .. Eastern points Connects for }'croneswa
close to the ground with a sharp he8f .: tra re. Arrives
cost. Money lefunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company will ii Jacksonville v.oop.m.:
If the corn ha been vvell fei.tlllzed: par -"the land of the sky. not take liquor C. O. D. Send with order r. f 110
f money to save delay and trouble. t, ""' "Ca New York Fast Mall. No. :.1"
tlcularly with potash, the hay don't roiulre -' :Through sleeping cars leave .Jacksonville Send for Price List or call upon MASON & CO., .1 ar.o SAVANNA.., r/ Jacksonville: p. ni. dally tor "'ante"' n Je .

li < I any. ninro fertilizing.. btttif! not a dally for Cincinnati at ((1:1.1: ,p. m. :'M307, 300, 311, W. Bay /bt.: (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. un..Yt. 1 ./ ern. points 10:23:and/ a. m.for EernaDdl..." Arrive
..,I;' 4 "I bleeping! car bertha will be reserved by _. 4 li.?
1 hlllllh'e.lloua.11I of cottoii eed lineal and i 44
to ticket
any agent/ or toY vl F r'Y" 1P
r four hundred pounds of kalult at tinlast I \ D. An.**, Labor Saving I Economical I Incombustible I ; .I r.Only.untrv Line of Middle Through lorldn.the Beautiful Yensnrel'x'
i working of the will ,, Fin.) j."" Agent 9:68 ar
corn prove n h Kcewinbln B,,T Leave Jack..nv. : -. (
Jacksonville Kl.i.39'lmt I y4..a. for Lake t'ltv. Live Oak Madison Monn }5o good investment. If the season ,in favorable era, Nate. a ;River Junction Pensawln N"b""
o I can ttometiines out two s. I New Orleans. and the southwest W.,,,';?. l'aturnla "
.cropsof "PAINT ;,
1 ': A Woman CaD Do. OFF. .5e"-to w a. X90.w and the 1'acitlo' ()"aet. Carrie BIW"! >
hay from the corn 'Held before' .cold _- Arrives. Jacksonville T:OS a. m.

weather thus nuking three eropa<< in .ozr o
Lout wreck I cleared after nlexpense eceo.a
1 one year olt the name land. Oat tubble, *, $::1.8tho: Month previous (Patented In America and Europe.) OP ary. y, y. r.Y'a gmrke,8a

plowed under and kalnit broadcasted at *_'OO>( and have at the same :time attended a"p_ a 54 Leaves Jacksonville 9:M/ a. m.'a'1/for (

11 the time of plowing, has always gtveamo energetie tot;pel'801onn other equally" I believe as well any, Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces M 710 o i v e A Orlamlo Key thorns Wildwooif Silver, Lat'oochee.8prln. Leenlmrir Ocala Dale Tavare City I'll"1'. API fIll',,

a very satisfactory eu> and often M
p 3.JlI m.
: Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville : p.
1\11 i I have had very little experience.: Lse 4v r7 !
two crops. I always get a good, of 4
crop The dishwasher Is Just lovely and V
Lay from my early tomato patcb ; suuteII -' every 'family wants one, which makes Chemically, Instead of Earning Off. .. tly F J

II times two cuttings and often three, and selling very easy. I do no canvassing.People .. of 111. t'' r Cincinnati and Florida Limit!* Gave T1 e

I'a''' 1 after the strawberries are through bear- bear about the dishwasher anal I FalNTOKF" !I. a registered mule name of a new ilioowrery In chemistry and In protected yCORIDA: i.1onville. : : ';*

_ ing.we have to let the or send &n one. It Is strange that by letton patent" of the Unltwl' States' Canaitn. Great Britain and other cunntrim. It Is the result ; >
a'"r"r got grass grow on a good, cheap dishwasher has never been of iwtlentjrenearcli and experiment with the pnrpoM In view of Uniting a simple and active .S; .
the boil to protect the plante from our put on the ms4'kot The Mound Icy solvent tile wine.of old paint and varnish that would supplant the old method of burning and scraping on( aidCoantcllens v" .. week Arrive Jacksonville .. m

hot southern sun, and it has always Dishwasher mill the bill. With it you ... .-.
1 can wash and dry the dishes for a family Gilmore b: Son, Painters anti Decorators, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have 'l.oaJ11. .
given me two cuttings and sometimes given 1'1\lnt.1f n trial, and can say that in 43 experience as a painter It Is the II'JlAIP 0' Louis.Chlcaico. Kan....
j' of: ten lu 2 minutes without wetting your years ..... Holly Springs Ronte. Bt. '
I three; and I might go on Indefinitely repeating liauds. As barn tw the people see the best paint remover tn the market. a. -- .: Leave Jacksonville us Holly: ) '9Pd0r UI

J \ the aamtf: thing but I have always washer work they want one. You can C. E. Iloylts, House Painter, etc., Jacksonville, Fl.i., writes: "Having had experience ;Memphis Spnngeeld; KanRU City' St. Louis, Chicago.:Macon,Sioux Atlanta City., Birmingnam Through Sleep, .*'* '..I

: noticed that the crops that: got; the make: more money and make It quicker as a )practical painter for 23: years, take great pleasure in indorsing vksonville change; to anal and 81. Louie, and only one change to Chicago and Sioux City.
than with other household article PatntolT, and cheerfully recommend it to the in ...
moat potash nlwuy: gave: me the best : any public general. 4:1/1: / Po m.-Locat'nr Everett CIo eco olcke't .
crop of crib-jrran: hay. In orchardI on the market I feel convinced that W. Lansdell, ofnalJ. Ullditch & Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville, P. M.-Lt>cal for Tallahassee an.llntermedl.\e "> IDtIt. Arrive Shortest 24.1 9 .m'Jacksortrale4N .
my any lady or gentleman can make Fla., writes: "Having given PalntotT a thorough trial, pronounce it to be a 9:111P.81.-ForTampa For Macon. sndintermedisteminty.Pullman Ie..pers. Arrive !
always cut two or three times the I make from $10 to $U per day around perfect success, and to be all you claim for it." Steamer'; Manatee Atlanta." from lwoTraln.lJally.Tampa for Lea"eJackeon"me T'IO ... m.llnd ..sopon. m'

.. grass that grows) luxuriant, and theyears home. You can get full particulars by Pullman Sleeper on an Kl {ht Trains.HraideDOOWII and Man.tee Rivet pol J
r Sen that the crop!>> of fruit Is light nro addressing The Mound City Dish WasherCo. t:?' Send for Rest Indexed Township :Map of Florida
., St. Louis, Mo. They will help
+ I the years that the crop of hay Is beet, started, then you\ can make money yougt't South-Eastern States Palntoff Company X.! S. 1'E."iNINGTOY. A. O. MACDOXELL,

,Bird the potash gets In Its best work laIN awfully fast. A. L. C. St. Augustine Fla. Traffic Manager General Passenger .U


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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE:, JULY 31. 1896. :I'' i il'oessional .


Notice.In .

& .. Ro..I the Circuit Court In auf< (for lirovard ;a
BLNS 1\fELDOIJ'RSK, FLA., July 14, 'W. 4 County FUiiliU.Ix 1,
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A call is CtiAscKitv: : : 1:1
ATTOR."iEYSATLAW."I1oIJ'RIIFrom hereby Issued l for a Republican :
L County Convention to be held In Aaron A.tbngdalnant.Va.IvOroiiw,. has proven conclusiVely that; ,
: to 12 a. m., the town of !|
p10 Melbourne, at Stewart's better'grapes and peaches..
F RVSYILLE 2 to 4 Hall on Ifth :Minor (''I..Joni, M duitnUtrator
August ISDtJ\) at S o'clockp. TOURIST RATES -
Brevard Co. Florida.Bh. to with thewill and more of them.are producedwhen "f'
in., nominate a full county ticket, annexed of the ..,,. .
.&.1011. members of the Legislature and Senate, tate of Charles TliwvBill to Forwlo SYSTEM. Potash is liberally ap- .
Bpractice In all the court*--etate and fed and transact such other business as To East!! Coast' Ocean Uo.sorts.Cniiimenolnir Ours Varlwke, and nnadnitniHtrator Mortgage. ?
some before the convention. de ImnlHnon plied. To insure a full crop of Rvi:j
"s ,Clitics for examining and perfectj Delegates Slav: 1. WW, and rmitlimlng until WJHWI the estate of '
,,lal titles. to the county convention will be selected Anpt.JK), 1MMI, rw'nnd-trl\ |> tloknl v ill l I In the usual to St. Florida, and
manner-by primary In each Augustine oriimud Duytnim and New ( I
precinct, called by the limited at rate n shown Iwlim ; tlt'kota t<> lie ('lara Margaret'er.( containing not less than 10% .
Republican precinct to (h't ILLElt &; KENNARD, committee-or In case there Is no between live and twelve years. of ugo, will In TO Clark Margaret. Verlieke t ,

precinct committee in any precinct the mild be marked at one-half these rates" oath coupon to apiioarlnn liy thlI\/II.II.'lt/ of n. naulilun n. II. MopklnH, Actual Potash. ; ,

ARCHITECTS (elogates may bo elected at a mass meeting Cuiidiietora. or. punched will null. "H.from n<>- Kent ntatloiiH. IT attorney for ( Hl..>l In thin (ease KU Pan*. Ant. I.. A HK. .. \
or primary called\ by any three From Rtationii. where rate are nut shown, nondurtora that the elunilHiitt'lnr Margaret Verlwke., L. Todd, Dlv. Pass Agt- } l !Y
t Const business will have prompt Republicans of said precinct cuillng will use rate from utatlnii neat I.| r..- resides the without United 8t the.tfK state, and of that Florida alto, nmldeH slid .without In. Plant :System. Orchards and vineyards treat- : .

fcilon.lPA. The chairman and secretary of such Kiiitland. at loinn phew unknown to Alllnnt and Jacksonville, Fla. id with Potash arc .
primary or magn-meetlng shall forward a that there i* no imnum hi the State of Florida comparatively
.' FLORIDA.INOR certified list of delegates elected to the r; 0 Y the Hind: service the eald of defendant.a "h..n.a, Clara upon Margaret whom would VeriMtk Gentlemen:-It Is with pleasure we : free front- insects and

secretary of this committee three days TO > 'P, 1is *; and that Halt' defendant II I over the age beg to advise you that we, the transportation plant disease.
previous to the meeting of the '" .if twenty-one. yean
: S. JONES, onvention. county 2 1 o a It m therefore. ordered that tile said defendant committee of Jacksonville Our pem let. .... not a..rtlalnlf clocnlara boom. I
Credentials of .
the delegates
r -i. i tiara Margaret VerlMike., do al.I..r| i I 11 the Inll.ped.1 I1eniliiers.hul ace p" Work.coee.ktne ..
must be signed; by the chairman FROM I I i ii "'">rk"* olHoe at Tltimvllle. Krvvard" county, Division No. 2.trblform Rank K. of P., l.te.t....."' .an the .ubj"cl a'fenlllratkn a" I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. and secretary of the primary or mass- !" KInrMa, to an"wnr. ilnninr or peed to the ass are sally helpful|. to ,............ Hut fne fee
meeting at which i Jacksonville.-I-;" ; 1).11:. > 1.n II ;!; : said hill,on or Iwfora the 7th day of after a thorough Investigation of the tb.a.kluf.
'SVILI.E, BREVARD CO., FLA they were elected. St.Aligiietine ... .., .. .. .. 4111 870 14M1 i, F.ptelubei| ,A. 1> IHtKI. And It I II further onlerod GERMAN KALI WORKS. .
The different precincts are entitled to } 130 r 6A 9 Na 864 that thin notice lie published In the INDIAN various routes)' the Biennial Meeting aellauau St.N.w i York.
of Brevard the following representation : till 191atkx.::::::: :;: ;:::) 920 24M1: 9AllPaIatka KIVKH AI>V'>ATK. a n..w.I'II..rl>uuhllidieil theaid
;innty Judge County.L. Precinct No.1 .......... .. ... 214) :lSlI 11M 830M.n ooiinty.oniw ouch week for eight(; oiinnoflu. of Supremo Lodge JC of P., at Cleveland \
LaUrange, 2 IIlateo............. 2 211 :III'/ 8211JoAI.anola. tlve weekn.WltncHK .
2, Tltusvillo 4 .... ...... : () 1'111 14n 8 16Pavorsaved the H......'olm 1>. lirotiine .',"ll&'e of l, Ohio have decided that on accountof The Largest and I Most Complete -
3, City Point 2 ,.... ..., .,.. 116 11II 100Tnlll..ka. the said court at the court house at Tttimvllle,
OAULDEN 4 ..........:... .. 25 ..., //III 110Or".nd Florida, this tile( 2nd, day of July A O IMml. superior Advantages-. and lJoho,1111081n I Establishment I South.
KockledRe; 3 ...... 0&11 ... 41' I IIn r\EAI.] A. A. STEWAUT i
I' B, Eau Oallle\ 3 Daytona._. ......... 70 40. ,... 711 each direction, tar name ns our Official .1
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, I' 0, Melbourne, 4 1'0rtOranltl'........... : 70 411(1 Clerk of Mild, Court. GEO S HACKER & SON
III practice In all the Court of the State 7 Malabar\ Mprtw..Cr".k.......... 11II to NITurn julinnir2l:" ; H) 11. K. Stewart D. C. Route the following: Plant System' to ,
2 .......... .
., d",, and the United States CourtH. I' 4. bmull hay 20 11M0 7M1 ..

|(),.Box,238. TITUSVILLK FLA. u 8 l II>,, Sebastian St. Lucle,, :2 3 New Lake il 1: .::.:::.:; :: & al I fie 'i'/III'/ Spoons! Free to All. Montgomery, Louisville & Naslivlllo H'y \i.

Money to Loan. 18 u i. ]10 Eden 3 orange City........... ao :I ;ao II 115 1115Ilmnge to Cincinnati, and Pennsylvania K'y to
City Junction : ) :I 411 :215 II a I Ii
.. 11,' Fort Drum, 1 ;i lIa"k" l'ark...,. ...... M II IHI.. I read In tile Christian Standard that Cleveland. As to date of departure//
12:!, Narrows, 2 Hnemner ............ .2 I 11I1 I 111III/ MINIS A. M. Fritz, Station A, St.! Louis, I
FREEMAN HALL, I' ii 13 2 1)akHl ............ .. 675 its) 135 711 \Mo. would give elegant hook will advise you later, and we earnestly ,It
Oeorginnn an plated
:u..t Allrantla.. / 91 0 I IIJ 105 ,
14, Merrill, 2 East 1IIIIIIa.... ........ :I 80 II II/J/ 13 I spoon to anyone sending her ten 2-cent hope that all other Division throughout
ATTORNEY-AT-LA\V. 15; Canaveral, 1 1'Ituevtllo. ........... / 211I1 11211 1/111/ ) stamps I sent for one and found It so
". 16 1 }'rltcbllrd .............. / 988 :a 411 110Pawtlna useful that I showed It to friends the State will Join us at Jacksonville .
Haulover .4 my ,
INSURANCE AGENT. ...... ... ..... 3 111 II INt II III
I' ii 17, Spruce BIutT, 1 City. Point........... II 211 II (1(1( II 211 and made $13 In two hours, taking or and proceed In a body. We desire
18, Ankona, 2 ('K.......... ........ .. 84/1/ 320 :I 44kmannturer ders for the spoon. The hook spoon is a I
hhiRvlllo, Florida. 11) Micco, 2 .. ..... ,... / 37/1/ 31101173 household necessity. It cannot slip Into to go Into Cleveland on a Solid Pythian
Etu halite......... .... 4M1 4033:1111IIelb..rne. :
'I l 20, Banyan 1 ............. m 4 itO/ 4211 311IValkarla. / the dish or cooking vessel ttelng held In train,
RopreaentlnK the boat and strongest 'I .i 21, White City, 1 .,.. ...,..,. 311 4 111I 4 70 8 111I the place by a hook on tale back. The Yours voiy truly,
npanles; are prepared to write linesto 22 1 Sebastian .... ......... \J/I/ 3III/ 626 60Watdley Is something housekeepers have 4
amount the Woodley, .... .......... 1111II 11110 400Oltfor. spoon Signed :
| any anywhere on East JAS. T. boo, R. W. GOODE, .. ................ .s & IIII/J/ 11110 11111I needed ever since spoons were first In 0..0. B. Ashoraft
-St. Chairman St. L.le...........- .. .. 13 8 711 II 0&11 II 70 vented. Anyone can got a sample spoon Manufacturers of
Secretary. Fort Pierce.- .... 10311 0 11II II 60) II 86 by sending ten 2-cent stamps to Miss Jamos Saunders,
North Ankona........ III fin 7 III II 00 8 13Ankuna. J. H. Plucus.
............ .... 111116 1211 1(1(1( 624Eden. : Fritz. This la a splendid way to make T. II. Doors Sash Blinds I,
C.lYNFJ BAY, DADS COUNTY.:: ... 101141) 7 60 7 211 II 6oJensen. / money around home. Rogue, I

W. EWAN, ............. 1111II 7110 7311 8MStuart. Very truly, JEANNETTE P. Committee. <
.1125 till 110Allola.
U. S. COMMISSIONER.Notary ............ .,.... 11M 810 711II 710IollleR. Moulding and, Building Material. r
that be will ( .. .......; ;.. II \IJ 8 40 8 IB 7 40 ,
Public State at Large. Wilson Barrwtt now says Hobe Hounil........,. 1305/ 810.( ...7 110 Office and Waoaroom,, King, Opposite 1 1w
not come to America next fall Went JtiiilterWeiitlalin ....,, 1235 8 IM7B 8-70 7 95 : THIS
l.atuls :
Selected; Conveyances made. Beach.I :::: 1320 9 9 50 8 75 "
|irenpondeuce solicited. Address: "ChimmieFadden" ID its dramatbed Lantana........,..... 1360 10 20 9 B5/ 9 20 Cannon Street,
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove form to have made a genuine Boynton.,...........,. 13 8A 10 40 11113 B 40B
appears I.lnton .......... ..... .. 1410 10 (till .ll> 40) W
Office, Ewan's Landing. 11100e ProKl'etl"o. .... ....... 1.120 11 85 11 40 10 uslo7S Charleston S. C. I
Fort Lauderdale...... 1530 II 75 11 50 ,
By a court decision M. B. Curtis la fllneayne ........ 1415 7012411 1170 Woven Wire Cot I
enjoined from playing! "Gentleman Joe"in Lemon, City........... lean 75 90 12 (IS H9o '
-EORQE W. ALLEN, this country. Miami.. ..;... ... .. .., 18 HO) 13 10 12 85 1210 Sash Weights, Cord and .1'I

The present is unquestionably the JOSEPH RICHARDSON.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, worst theatrical season this country has Oenerall'ane.Agent. $1.49. Hardware.

had in a decade.
y West, Florida.
Charles Bohlfs will play Brutal and Personal. Window and Fancy: Glass s!

Yll practice In the United States leading heavies with the HaDford, Spencer -

Id State Courts. OjunOS) and O'Brien company. FKRR!: !:-04-page medical reference bookto A SPECIALTY.Agent i

any person afflicted with any special,
Nellie Stewart, a young Australian, chronic or delicate disease peculiar to 1-

LEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON is the latest announced rival of Melba, their sex. Address the leading physicians for "Quick Heal" Gasoline Stoves. I
; ,, who is herself a native of Melbourne. and surgeons of the United States, Sand Fly NetsF.A.Pellerin&Co.

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW May SUvle. for 19'years. member of Dr. Hathaway A; Co., Old No. 85 St.
Charles St., New Orleans, Ln., Masonlo I
has f
Angnstin Daly's company, WILLIAM CLARK Agt
tier connection with that organisation.

I Will continue to practice In the courts Cordie Dayega is the stage name as age.I FITTER t
I the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All -The Walton Rapid Calklng1\achlne.\ 1'LUMBERSTEAM & GAS I

Imlness before the United States and well as the real name of a.New York No. one, $9; No. two, (10; No. three, flTItusville. f fl Roofing and Sheet Iron Work. |

late Circuit Courts will receive the ingenue who will probably'retlll'D to Fla. I

trsonal attention of Mr. Alex St. the boards shortly. e Pumps, Piping and Drain Pipe Bath ;ft F

air-Abrams..n2 New York ia the last city conquered Master's Sale I Tubs, Water Closets and Wash Stand. ;;

I by Ellen Beach Taw the young American I l

singer who has a voice of greater ..Electric Bells....

NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. Patti's.It and by virtue of a decree of rore- I
range than UNDER and sale, 'linmlng out or the Circuit No. 3ff/ "_.yth Street f.
Hlrv Court for Brevard .. In oauae there.
NEAR & TAYLOR is announced that Sir 'Enery .
in pending, wherein, Btidan KltnhlnlC. spinster Jnokeonvillo, Florida.John .
lug will hereafter spend half his time I is. Charles O. blyth and Mary y Y.'
(Sncoemora to John McAllister.\ ) in this country. His tours bent are much Nanor coml.lalnantl..n.1 are defendants I will ,
public outcry, in front of the. court house
rtesian Well Contractors more profitable than in England. door at Tituuvtlleduring the legal hour of ole, 'FURNITUREWHOLE- / Choice t.
has on the first Monday In August A. D IIIIII.) to the
John Hare, the English actor highest and bent bidder for cash. the following SALE and RETAIL. Wines Liquors
EAU GALLIE, FLA. created the impression in New York described. real eetateelt"ated. In Hrevard. county -
that he overelaborates to snob an extent Florida, to-wlti BeKlnnlnc at the north.east and Cigars.

as to make his work appear "finicky." the half corner-mile oflandof. post on the John section K. Mint line, .which between Is (COU. CLAY &; ADAMS\ STREET) Guaranteed Pure.

motions fourteen and fifteen 1 thence run west.
IODGES & GODFREY twenty even chains and twenty-nine, and one- Sold at reduced
NOVELTIES. half links (27.2VM-10O chains) or IHoIi feet. and price
four Inches,which I. the place. of I beginning of Jacksonville e Florida
Manufacturers of Very beautiful are the vases of Russian aid tract of land) thence run smith seven Imported
chains and thlrtY- enameled glass. feet to a road; thence went slung said road Tokay "
twelve. chains. and links --- from Italy.
seventy-one ((12.71: ---r-
fellow 'Pine Lumber I The tailor made girl deMghts in a chains) or 887 feet. eight Inches to land now or .
chatelaine- bag of tan pigskin with formerly belonging to one Motives; thence I ..
north seven. chains and twonty- 1Jt links ((720! B. Togni
ROUGH DRESSED enameled silver mounts. chains)or 837 feet 8 Inches. i thence east twelve ,
especially for woman's convenience chain and 71 link (12.71( : chains) or M37 feet 8 itSouthern Metropolitan Saloon 12!) East Day 8f:..
lOntnge Box: Heaxls, Designed Inches to the place of beginning all of...lelland :
I are the silver tea boxes with lying and being In the north:-bsif of ..nuthea.tquarterof.ectlon15towmhlp : JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA ; I IWh..I.
Fruit Vegetable Crate. I 24 south, range
for kinds of tea.
ttlnherdellveredatanypart. of Indian Rive compartments two ;3)1 east. and containing ten acre.,more or I..... ay. and Itetnll......
Also beginning at a .take situated at the ,
t "?"fih bill of lading. Anyone contemplatoIIlldlnjf -----
southwest corner of above described land
PR ,
|rite for Drlces.on the The Kast Sawmill Coast Is would situated do well on. tbi tt : Sheriffs Hale. thence. west. ninety. feet. nine Inches to a stake. f

T.'a K.W.Ry., 9 mile. south of Falatka.atanmalllghta I thence feettoa north stake four thane hundred east ninety and seventy-nine feet. nine ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. FURNITURE : I
Inches to a stake: thence south four hundred
Putnam co., Fla. UNDER and by authority Tested. In me by seventy-nine teat. to place of "beginning containing .

Circuit of Court an execution, In and for l tanned Hrevard. out county ot the thereof. as one may acre,De more stifflclenc or less. to; or realize..,: much theam.mnt THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS. DINING WHOLESALE and RETAIL.. :"

Florida, on the 4th day of May,A U 1WW) for the '
due the
anti of
complainant the
ATIONAL urn of.1.706.26 damage and N.110 costa In favor suit,etc. costa CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES "
of the State Bank of Eau CJallle, a corporation I). L. OAULDEN
of the Sate of Florida In a cult pending In VESTIBULED TRAINS. '
omeSeekersEAL aid court wherein the raid State Hank of Eau JuU-31: Special Mauler. 1 1I
Oallla plaintiff and K. O. Vlvell. and M. f. I ,
Mount are defomlant I have levied. upon and
ESTATE EXCHANGE will Mil at public outcry In front of the court Master's NORTR AND 5841? NORTH AND wraipif.
bonne door in Tltucvllle Brevard county, Sale.
the 7th of A D ;.
Florida,on day tmxl
thta tract of land lying 8ertember., county, t1 N.., ae !If... 15V. i I
Exchanging Property for Property a State of Florida., to-wlt! UNDER and by virtue of a decree of fore U. .g... "I.If... I
A atrip"1 feet. wide off the couth stile of *eotlon and sale 'Issuing. out of the Olrciilt All Tr.... Daily. L....'.. fast All Trs/s. Oall,. and '''IovlolII.U. -.
,. Send Description of wham hlnZ7,couth ranita 37 Bald cauaec'b'; : for Brevard county., In a certain C/.11 leap..'..'
'< have of extending from the Atlantic oceantotheIndian I wherein Klisha T. J nks, a* ex.ecntor .
and what you want. River. and containing 8M acre, of the estate. of J. W.P.Jauks, deceased

CALABAR( Indian River, FLORIDA. upon more Raid or lees land; al; *levied) Mil. on the a.pineapple the property growing of the Ramp>,lal"aot Simon, Haninerg and (leorge' Emma H. Humph A. Haiulwrg K. V. L.J'ola'vllI.. .O..P....,..... 1995.. ."pm L... JaoItvllI.. P. O. .. p. II 46 prn -.6911-amL.IIv.
... '
8 "u sun
11:1': Southern
defendant, M. F. Mount and will be *old to and the Melbouine State Bank are defendants. ......, r.O. P..11115 s .1. pm ::: I'm !?-
C. C. CARROLL nullify said execution Judgment and coat. I will sell at pnlillo outcry In front, of the Court AI'. Macos. South.m .. "f1 am" pmLv
Treipaiwer removing any of wad. propertywill house door,at Tltnsvllle.. during the legal hoursof .vab, P.O.AP.......... 11-p. I 96 pm.. A....... ...... IlIU! am 1111 pm
Real Estate Agent. be dealt with according to law. sale, on the ant Monday In August,.It\ I> LYCOI..bla, outh.D......... 1 N pee .00 sin Ch.SMen'' ..... 66 pm 4111 sarCbarlotteSoatb'a.
mm! ,to the highest and best bidder for : to ...t 0... III am 7 au
July 23rd.: van. following described real situate In the ........, I10p. 190 as t.o..vUl.out.. .... im'f 9ll pm
JA8. E. BO'WfAol.Bherll town of Tltusville. Bravaril county, Florida, ... .... .41. .P" .. ,y_. -
to-wit i I.rWae1J..801Itb. l1aat.. : .12 o. .. ,...... 1
"Inenpple, Orange and Lemon county.D. Lots three ((3))and four(4)In block B, of ibis u..u..a.a........, .00.,11.p. AI'. Jllnaln.b..l8Mith.m. : pnt.
I.. Oanlilen, man'Addition to the town of : M.lDphllO. K. O. M. M H. !90 P'D ......... \
Tltusvllle, according ........ It"m .00.
UPltlla'pbla..a.L. .
Land For Sale Cheap. fur Plaintiff. Jnl3ug4ve&sstt to the thereof Kaa.UtyKMPtlAM.' iIU pm ....... ,
Attorney office" :of the clerk mau ol the Circuit on. Court record of In Brevard the I.rlfTorI1Pa..a..II.. ... ..- .. .. .. ., .. .. .. . .. .....
oonnty. Alto a strip of Um (lo) feet wlile ..; a ararpah .
I have for A extending across the north side nf lot Ore (') In tile ....... .f c.. ..,." II Dell,
sale 80 acres of pineapple e hula block ii.of said Coleman's. Addition to Titus
and! on St. Lucie miles vllle, extending from Palm to Lemon itrsot. t..Jk avIU..r..p...... ..... ppmm l
river be- ALL
few .
A Also another tract described as follows,to-wlt r to a> QUICK TIME TO ,1'l
ow Eden, 40 of which being northeast From the southeast corner ..f block I>, In Ml' OeAabla Meth va..a 169 as
luarter C'oleman'e addition to Tltosvllle; thence) run .. ........bur.. ; 'Tlm.1* 46 POINTS NAMED
of northeast quarter of section east JIffy feel. to the point of beginning of the u. Aabevtu.. kest ... pm FURNITC11B: of every deacrliitlon.' Writ
'*, township tract herein conveyed being the northeast corner Lor.A.hMllw Cello T1..... a 80 pusI for all order over
38 freight paid
south of 41 east price
range ; of the Intersection of Lemon street and 1\01.. .,........ 110 pusar
he other 40 Is the northeast quarter Coleman; avenue: from this point of beginning; .C\DcIJaaa"Q. r c............... f.. *13.00. 11:. M. wvntit*.'
",' run north along the east side of Lemon street
Southeast quarter of section 3, one hundred and tea and on.ball feet; thencerun Short train leave.BvaraU for Bnwawlefc a* T*a -. dally. Tlaroa.1II Pullman .Ieeper. U rest Bay St. JACKSOfOriilJC 1'1.4

'ownnhlp 38, south of 41 east. ft AOa ease one bnndrad and ninety-seven feet to fackaonvtlla to Ooclnaatl, via Aabavtlla.

The above land can be range bought for .10 paalOM IA iii'l.GOPYIIIDIn'L the ran west Booth line along of Palm said. west street line produced of Palm| thence street I For full Information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway Advertising, to be successful, must,,

per acre. It Is 110,tnt aUnS ad fNe_......WWf..sesf515 produced on. hundred and tan and oaa-hal' I: System or Its connections. be continuous The Touch edges of ,
suitable for pineapple ."!' feet to the north line of Coleman. '......; the_ down in
'''range lemon a ()Q.,"...III _.... .v. Maw la.dIItif" .Tort.Oldestbuve .- nm west along said. north lies of Coleman; avenue skepticism are not pound a
Will or lime growing. s s Ww-eec by "' : beoe.k$ lido,. one hundred and .lnet1-- I. A. mE. W. H. OREIY 1. .. O JLP. 8. H. HARD WIOK, day. No business ian be prosperous {,
be sold In lots of 40 acres, for'SSh. = u.6 by..ue.I3v'' & ef.SNUSM_ r pom tot beginning. h'nfdescnibr without continuous advertising.
ed lota of land bain ;iLa section. ChI.? Ns.. 0...lape.ialesd.sTs a..a..e.r. awt Oao. Paas. Agt, i;
This land will soon be worth toW $ 'mnItue4f township twenty-one south, rang thirty-five ---PD' D. a. ,..*....fia.. 0.0. Wa.hl>( oa>. O. tt Atlanta. ( ..
per &ere. at, according Co V. '8. Banrri or so mn thereof ae will be snfflcleejt to raallxa the W. D. ALLEV,
Apply to C. H. Walton, ADVOCATE: w rar.7 ded oe.Wbsafdq H .oy ," lase I= anvMiat doe the eolDplahl_&.. end etc f
costs. statemaaU tags cards
'.?.c*; or to Bobbins Graham Titus- Joe e.k 1:a heads ,
A .ee.IaasOa.
lie D. L. nAClXEX ... We shall be Egad to bavo a share of your
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t ,' .INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. +- big in "orbits of revolution" in UM RAILROAD COMMISSION. grant us a franchise to fish on moon Established 1885.- a.D.1cd..A.; .ail:

,ji' e -+ victims bead. .Upon this.question my ideas are Just light night In it wine for us to take In every section at once to .

/, ,. the name as two years ago; that some chances on an unknown who have quality in?the past L. BARBOT & CO. goods dealers; no peddling; e.n.I, '
gentlemen ,
Avenue TituwrlUiIndian sufficient means should be provided unnecessary; best side line -T
Office Washington ,
J i Ii 1.1' : ORA. ORY. whereby questions arising between the eo strongly opposed the fishing Indus- month. Salary and expense's J *
Commission. ill i
I ( River, Florida. people and the railroads could be speed try, and now advocating Its principle, General commission made. Address WM| '
I ily and fairly decided, without tedious "we ask where lies the motive, unless the :g stamp for sealed particulam.Cliftlt
.Many people, .tooled thereto no I I.. result of the ballot f A mind once d .. and
law-suits. am in favor of such changes "" :g No: y r sg Manufacturing Company
'. A WBKKI.V JOURNAL DEVOID TO Tai I IKTIU.OFME.VT .- doubt, by the powerful utterance!I in our constitution as will make a rail changed it ceases to be an adamant, and lbp pq .fj Wo nati. Ohio. till(
OF THD IJIDIAM BIVER, LA KBWOBTH the heat of the fray causes it to expand; : ij
of the democratic nominee foi road comtnitiHiun effective and meet the S33
'. AMD V110AVNB" DAY IROTIONIr.r "-. requirements for which it Is established. but after the heat nod excitement of the ea. = d"en
.'' president are talking of the reVival breeze of i = w
At the same time, the railroads are entitled battle is over the soft, cooling
''j PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAY. : of oratory.ln'this country. It to a fair profit, sufficient to pay success or repulse again causes it to Contract J. JOHNSON CO

II ,. is a-question if the art has ever running expenses and interest on the assessed Into Its normal convictions. Under 329 & 331 Poydras St., )

'tI () tAS. .H. W.ALTOIf.Edl**& Proprietor. been dead at any period In the Ills taxable value of the railroads. the present condition what have we to NEW ORLEANS !Manufacturer. of' __
for ?
a I 1 tory of the United States. When PAYMENT OF JUIIOftS. hope but filhel'manwbo LA.
) We only know of one ....Fishing Supplies.
8..lptl there is little cause for eloquence. There should be some changes made Intending to support either. He REFERENCES I Canal Metropolitan!Bank. Bank. ,

1 I.. Twelve months $1.110 orators are not likely to be muchin In the payment of jurois. It is not right Is a man who was unwise enough to ( Commercial Agencies..
HI,: u J.OO'tl evidence but *when events call that men should be taken from their support a man who enacted the legislation -
p + Three." ./.BOBlugte business by the state and required to that forced the fishermen from the Remember the ADVOCATE: Titus-
7 .8 for a man who -can speak words travel long distances, when their pay is Uillaboio liver; hence ho in now an extensive [ Give
1' kinds of
job printing.
espy) does
I'tl that wove multitudes and carry not sufficient to meet necessary ex- dealer on a small scale on Indian ,
(} 1' ,_ strictly In a
1 t.. everything before'him, such a wan penses. River, soliciting the game disaster. us your Cotton and Linen Netting; ROI,,
t ; t ti { J is always to be found to meet the IlONUrNU TUB COUNTY. Ab I boys, the news of the recent conversion -Send to the ADVOCATE office and Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. KM bl,

11" :j. The-Abova rates Include the payment of past occasion. Personal magnetism hits This bus been sallied by the voto of to our interests of the gentlemen get free Information respecting the new Tackle of every Uescilptinn; Hooi;

i"1" ;: ago. .Aubsorlptlims! can eouunonoe, any tluMduring the people, as It should be; but the : from Merritt'scomes like a gentle waterworks system for houses, firms, Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, B.ilts, etc
t t'he.1'".nnellanc8. ag .much to do with the power of question of good roads is still alive. I zephyr. It cometh up out o/ the went etc. No overhead tanks used. This is TARPON TACKLE A 61'f :
y the conjunctionof and Howeth our sou-wester. It is said to be fine invention. Circulars ClUl
eloffu nce as happy am in favor of amending the presentbill away a

h mf' a<1vt."t 110 made IH"'"-: words and formation of sen- giving the same power to localitiesthe enervating; it grows stronger, ; and as a I I sent to any part of the south, free" Baltimore, hid.
to from being
I + to tax the matter of protection keep
right levy a special ; same
4, swnafyatfnlolliooorby-wrlstng., tenlseq, for no matter eloquent -- -------
f I 'l as now provided for district iicliooln. blown IIpo-n the locks, let us cast anchor -- ----

+ S h a speaker may be, if he cannot This plan would soon enable all thickly I until it passes over.
1 1 A1'Iroii all coimnunlcatliMHi to ao&'the hearts of-an audience" settled portion of the county to build Being accustomed/ to being. far from or. B. DAWSOW

51; I '1 1iI1".N 'IllVEU ADVOCATE, Is soot> ;lIttle more practical value. good roads without taxing the remoter land, on the I'olllf the sea and in and thetempest's ,
1 blow discression
A '' 1h ,' TITI"'V'ULE< FLORIDA. than ,the least eloquent of men who sections. judgment. We, guide we use our little boat into Wholesale and Retail

has 'the necessary magnetic influence OOUNTY COPUT.In the haven where we can seek rest and be

to draw and keep the at. all matters which concern the tax secure. Let us line our good judgment

made to CIMUI.BI his hearers. One of the payers of the county I have a deep interest and stand united protection of our interests
Hie payable tention
tlhnok etc may
and I understand that It in desirable WINE &
in favor of some good man who MERCHANt TN TNi
m! 'f'tursNpu1.INher' proprietor.. natural birth-rights .of the native to abolish the ; : LIQUOR
.. .. county court, on will not send us to political destruction;;
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born American is '.his ability to the score' of economy; and on the score so that when the "golden rod has turned

talk-sensibly and convincingly on of economy to the tax payers I am ready to crimson and the sassafraas: to gold,"
' 't WE want good menrto fill county and his and do pledge myself to carry out their we can enjoy the privileges that are a
ollloeft, irrespective political any subject, particularly will as to the county court, and all other boon to us and a detriment to none. 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.
; happy
faitih.' 'While we naturally prefer Even the blatant demagogue Till: In conclusion, I will) refer, with pride, Very TJIKO.truly BAUNWELL, Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Ham

j one wlitHie political.vlewe are 'identical manhas a certain power of eloquence to my record in the last session of the and other Fishermen.I ,

I with our .own, we will never legislature as fulfilling even Dl'ooolllom I
who and/ some of ''Ma speeches, de to the people. In getting exemption Mexican and Florida Cigars.
I'I' th ]Jt'MIt, support that man w
v +f : if toned down, modulated, and de T from taxation all. ) non-productive Tllliuau Scheduled for Secretaryof

I Iit think will best fill the office t o prived of bluster and egotism, fruit crops; in pausing tbe anti-lottory the Treasury. -

!', which he .asplres..In our opinionpolitics ,' might almost be considered 'Ora bill\ ; in defeating the Jacksonville jocky I. FINE: FANCY G-ROOERIE
should be kept out oi l club bill; in the election law; in preventing
.4 this WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards I handle Good
The chief of no Compound
tory reason aptitude change in the saloon license If William ,J. Itryan nhnulil bo etectoil.Of .
1 ,county minters as far ns possible,. any omir a cabinet would selected Price List Your Trade Solicited.If .
in add JEF application. Jug
speech easy command law, and voting for the railroad commission upon
Vrow the bent workers that could be collected.
It }la the best man we want, not of language lies probably in bill. All of these questions I will you wish to open an account you must give first-class city reference*
' The king of them all In Senator Den R. Tlllinan,
uMt-ltt: politicians. the fact that the reading of a great be pictured to discuss with the people. After whom all the HimrchlnU and impullHM rail, --- -- -
" With the consolation of done into the
having Heuauxe he pitched gold bilge frying
Nv + majority of the American people my whole duty, I earnestly solicit tbe pan.

'r.HIWP: are idiots and idiots!, that e is confined to the newspapers, aid of all) my'friends In the coming He left ids mule and plough, pulled off his coat BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.

latest land most unique ddiot we I which they read with avidity, pay. election. Respectfully yours, And and told vent the,people of the north,south,east and

t, i .have read '.f ia a bicyclist who rejoices ing special atteoitiom to the W. R, SANUKJtA.Indlnnola WORe ,
: Fix That they mimt from the great gold kings the
r in a theory that an adept speeches of the leading public power wreHt.

rider should be able) to collide .with speakers of the day., There is no Altho' the Democratic Convention sat on halo. Wholesale Goods House

of t4 t any object, 'beiul on, rebound graceful fear but that when an .orator is CO R1tESPONDENCE.' And.spat Home on of him those, horrid Wall street goldltes Dry

1, a .tH refwm, and then ;proceed needed he will be fouJid. It would, lie nniRtn't be left, for tbe gold hues. rds will fat

on his way, UI if the feat was afn08.t indeed, be strange If among our :MORE! LIGHT WANTED. on him. '
It'll not do to make him Secretary State :TACKSONVIS.iLiFr: :: : : : :: FLA.
ordinary occurrence. Having seventy millions of people not one For his. Dry diplomacy would harshly.. grate

+ prn''tioed on trees for sometime could be found gif ted >With the On the nerves. of every king. "queen and poten
r SEBASTIAN FLA. 2$ 'uu.
July tate. We offer at Special Prices :
lr with vnryin)< success, he is power of oratory. Editor/ .Advocate : :Nor schedule him as ambassador. to the court of Men's Bathing Suits from $5 00 to $12.00\ per dozen.A .
' now looking for a feilow-idiot with, St.James, lot of new and second-hand Show-cases, in good; order.
I notice an inquiry In last week's News A* the queen princesses, duchesses and other lot of SUMMER
i whom be proposes' to collide tine to Big UNDKKSIIIRTS, HOSIERY, SUSPENDERS,
,rand duinesWould
X tire perform tiie rebounding pro.I BREVARD COUNTY COURT. addressed to :Mr. banders, who Is asking l wish to weight him and drop lilm In the Malaga Straw Hats, for rough wear; Fish hooks, Mosquito\ note. tine nether'
the people of Brevard county to continue middle of the Thames.. made on frames and without. Our' prices are right.
eesa.and then politely bowing, to him in office as for
How ''An Investigator" an last representative Uh, not!he mint not be made Secretary of War, B5T Dealers, let us hoar from you.
r al 1 pass by, each on his respective another term, In relation to the petitionof Because lie would keep on wagging lu, everlasting -
week's issue of the Cocoa & Rocks tour hundred of/the voters of this jaw. BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.
way. the for the abolition of 'Till lie plunged us Into the greatest war you
lodge News, arrived a t con county, asking the
ever saw. 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla
clusion that the county :;court costs county court. I think I can answer this
An WK .have. remarked before on Inquiry if Mr. Sandera' has not time to do Nor Secretary of Agriculture,
ia For the Mud I... too big a vulture.
the county $2,900 a year, a great
occasions of the so, as lie is very busy In trying to convince And could not there be the gold bag puncher.
one or two one JAMBS
mystery. As a matter of fact, all -the people he will) undo the errors PRITCHARD, President; W. M. BRowN Vice-President;
principal factors in the good Ah I 1 have it. Make him Secretary of the C, S. Schuyler, Cashier.
appearance that it costs in actual salaries is of the last legislative Houston If they will Treasury| .
of o town ta! the state of $700.00 the joint salaries .of judge give him another chance. A: prominent I Oh I then, On I then you see, we shall be from all
its sidewalks. With little official told Mr Sunders In person that contention free,
very which is Kecaiise Into the bottomor INDIAN RIVER STATE
, trouble and) at the smallest expense and prosecuting attorney, it would' not do to have court dispensed I tbe lie sea.will dump the gold BAM
I probably more than olF-eet-J by.avIngs with, and so the expressed'wishes of a !

theRe could l De kept In perfect in other directions. By the largo majority of the people of the Courtenay, }'II\., July 28, '(Ml.F. FABHBB. SYM IEa, (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
: order' We will explain: Let I abolition of this court the I'majority, county was ignored.
w each mil of the But I desire In this note to ask
and ) ,residents Mr. Authorized capital $100,000
of cases which are now disposed ol bunders: to frankly' tell the voters how became S.-Fellow knights of the plow'andhoe
N 4 litH;1; : owners in any street agree on a L every three months, would have to iIU willingly to grant the request of nnd carvers of bacon : When I r.riiiiiic-\c.: Paid up capital. $25,000,

j J hoed und put in good shape',,, the circuit court, by which delay the county to issue bowls: for a shell that has keen dovetailed Into our plat .
then hire attend the, road" extending the entire length of. the form aud threatens' dismember our
'it-man to to I Transacts General Banking
1 a
the extra of feeding prisoners noble rises la throat .
! 4 whole The expense and entailing\ upon the county party, a lump my ; ;--.
; street at 'once. cost count
\ ,' three months longer than ,Js t.drw.1I1I of nt least n quarter of but rivulets of remorse flow down my

I'' when divided up among the owners now necessary would be incurred, million of.dolling)' and also( 'when a very cheeks, and I feel like seizing; my dull Business
would be small each axe and removing their limbs and depositing 1..
very to largo portion of the people.would derive A
and the session of the circuit court J
''i individual ; the ,expense, In fact, would no benefit therefrom. This Is an important their limbless trunks in the itch, w, Largest and Oldest Bank on the Bin!
be considerably lengthened, bowels of when
tropical Courtenay, I
would question, and I hope .Mr. Sanders .
\ t nothing compared with thus adding further expensse.> A will) answer. as direct as may be. think how those wicked leaders utterly Exchange sold on all Foreign" CountrlwDIRECTORSI '

) t. t the satisfaction of dwelling on anicelooking to the incidental expenses of Jur ors,' While on this subject, as not wish Ignored my great plow classmate. If .11 .

; I and well kept street. conviction and witnesses the often to tmspasa\ } on your valuable space, the Bryan are installed In the White ) '
fees House I think it the of all JA8 PRITOHARD,W.B.BAnNIITTPrehltDt: (
Or if this is for I would like to have Mr. Sanders explain duty we grits.andbacon .s
plan any reasonimpracticable < ),J
: of the National Hank of Jacksonville
first are paid by the state, the second briefly his position on the financial ques consumers and raisers of snap UITKKBB (Vlee-Preslclent National JlRnk l
why! not pay someone by the party convicted, ,tion. hear from a reliable source that beans to lift up our pens, voices and Jacksonville), and W. M. Know.

M. a small su keep the sidewalks the last would have to be paid .In yell say you are a straddle bug. Now, I grub hoe, and demand that the valiant : ie *VT> CORRESPONDENT!
In condition ? In either tribe of Benjamin be allowed to bivouac : :: in"
good whether would like to know whether you are Seaboard National Bank of New lurk!
t I <'aee the result would be well worth any case, they appeared still In that potation or have you taken for all time In the U. S. treasury build. National Bank of JackaocvHle.
; the before the justice, county or circuit .definite position on that, matter? If Ing, where they can pillow their heads '
I expenditure. courts, so that on these issues' so, please tell us what it Is.JJ.lIFERON on the bags of gold and rest their jaws :I."I".I"USVILLE, FLti.

i, t I ____n there would be no saving whatever, : DKMOCHAT.TJUK and fertile brains. -
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HOW IS THIS. except in the matter of mileage,
and this would be inconsiderable : FISHING INDU T.RY. H. M.

j, "And to this Jt IB intended that till*I'Ve feel somewhat curious to know -- FOIl HOT \VBATIIEK

re&I'tyof' the word of God in force is )I.. from what "reliable and authen liIIA8TIAN: IX., July 27, 180(1.( South Florida Wholesale House
t .hilt pfayiilolofttcal; that this is the being tic" source( "An Investigator obtained In the West Indies a lemon bath is
I u pOHHlble of kindred beings different I of E'ditiur..Jdt'ocfllt; almost a daily luxury, says the Tallahossean. -
their reciprocal Alllnltles, simply, in re his information. His chosen The Throe or four limes or lemons are
is misnomer sovereign rlgliteAS laid down by sliced Into the w. :T. :ZEaillJL: : : cSc CO.
which ,
clprocalihnltaJouaof. each other; that nom-de-plume certainly a thu constitution invest. In man by ballot water, Is drawn
1 this la ia production of a wheel of their or his investigation must tout(>> first protect the .Interests of the half an hour before using, so that the ESTABLISHED 1873. -
common beings nlioiit the axis of their fruit juice may have a chance to
at large the permeate
have been of a very superficial con ntry at a ame time blend-
coincidence; that this Is by a proeoKs to Ing what protection we hope for and the deliciousness of such
character. His letter is such with Doors Sash and
.. a Blinds and Builders'
be termed evo-iu'volution. This our trwa social and financial Interests. tubbing is to be felt to be appreciated.
d evo-involutlon is talologic. That, from gross misrepresentation that we "SeJf\ preservation being the first law The sense of cleanliness and freshness ,

tho disks of such .wheels physiologicalIn deem it but right that the citizensof of nature,".should t we, the fishermen of it gives, and the suppleness and smoothness

revolution! there are beings physiological lirevanl should .have the real Indian River, sacrifice our Interests, It Imparts to the skin, is an experience *; Materials of all Kinds.
tl i1 thrown oil In.tangent, to form In destroy the source of our comforts, fol- not soon forgotten. The lemon is
their of levdlutlon into ismnller facts of the case placed before more than. substlture for the bran-bath
p t places low a principle that will ruin ourselves, l9AaNFOR7: FLC>D.XDA.
l such wheels in revocations on their axle, them, especially as the county and benefit none by so doing, except tt bags, which were Invented by the French
f 111 and In oibiu of involution' their court, instead of being a "grievous be for the ,exhilarating benefits reaped and which exquisites think so necessary
t'' tIA' parents as axis." for the toilet. In fact the greatest &II-
burden" and "judicial that by the angling tourist t
I4( The above is extract from The gentleman from llerrJtt'a Island asistance to the bath Is this lemon aid.
an absorbs twenty-nine .hundred of Another MIAMI !
good cooling bath be -
hiM lately (so claimed! ) Investigated the may
"Nature Universe of Life
i an the people's hard-earned dollars Interests of the fishing made as follows : +
great of
e by Leonidas Bpratt) a critique of every year," is a great convenienceand the EiMt Coast-an industry Industry that gives Put.a cup of sea salt, one half ounce

which work appears in>a recent .U. probably a saving t.> the coun- employment t. hundreds of men, and camphor and one half ounce of ammonia,

sue of the Florida Citizen. "The ty. We are not surprfaed to see each year brings to tile county o/ Brevard in water a quart" and let bottle It stand; fill the twenty-four bottle with hours hot

patient reader," Bays the critic, that the conscience of "An Inves- Allow thousands" me to Inquire of dollars.why In the past then, when prepared to bathe with a; Town Lots Now on Sale !

V "will discover many paragraphs of igator" forbids him to subscribehis he has so strongly opposed the industry, sponge, put a teaspobnful of this mix.
ture "well) shaken
great interest to the student ofpb'sical I real name to such a wild and not by an advocacy<< of principle portray. Into your basin. A
In hum. ing demerits or damaging Influence surprising quantity of dirt will come
cosmology. our fictitious statement. as from the cleanest
ble opinion the patient reader there are none to portray, but by cleanses and the skin. The ammonia A. E. KINGSLEY
onliing and Irritating fishermen while camphor and the sea General Agent For
would be far discover salt Impart beneficial
more likely to pei-suing their honest work 1Quite a effect which can. ,
I I'' a luaatio asylum or an early a lew or me boys who' Jlllve exaggerated. -

!.' grave. TiLe critlo concludes his fished about the Banana river, inSI r.Ellsey' Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.

1 remarks by saying that "the bookis vicinity, decided long ago that HOTEL NOTES.We .
I full of If To the Democratic voter* of Urevard some tl-fisherman possesses a rifle/
profitable reading. with an extremely large calibre and CHOICE
the above is a fair specimen of the County : those' splendid sights, to shoot so near and now have open In Titiisville twoAS BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
I offer views
I remainder of Mr. Leonidas Spratt'swork bee my upon travel so fast.Circumstances. good and well-managed summer hotelsas
subject which apiwar; to be uppermost compel to liken you will find In any part of Florida j all parts' of the Selected
it must, indeed, be profitable In the thoughts of the democratic rotors m Town. Carefully
Mr. Enscy unto )[r. Sanders who buries
t reading; we should imagine of itrevard county. himself In the bosom of'the Fruit and
deep poll Vegetable Lands
L -Old 1 bones wanted by the Jacksonville on
f that an hour's careful study every TUB FINANCIAL QUESTION. book ands flucletb that the vote of the Fertilizer C(). See ad. in another
night before going to bed would This Is the most Important of all others fisherman Is great; hence he Is In favorof column. 1\Iin.ui River nnd Buy Biscnyllc

produce insoni, pia in the least susceptible at this time and upon this subject I limited protection. Limited I Ah I
stand on the Chicago platform, and will what sirens and significance can be 53T-: Correi popdence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.'

subject, and "smaller such work to carry out the principles set forth placed upon the word limited I It may DKKD blanks lOo. each; J'J.OO nw 100, at Main
wheels", would\ J>rolably!; be whirl. therein. menD little or much. Perhaps It would ADVOCATE: office. Hotel Miami, MIAMI, FLORIDA


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a Is. Department of Agriculture home at Minis, on Saturday, after a resent a very different appearance than '

tal Weather Bureau Jupiter, Fla. three Roberts.weeks' visit to her sister, Miss they have during the past year.Malabar. e adar.rb ASK the victims recovereddvprptlcm bill 0 U of. G. G. SPRINGERi

ill, fvtr and ague, fileT
DVit The following Is a comparative state- We regret to aattllat the postoffice at OLn Oscar Pepper at Lesley A Kcnaker's mvrcurtul dia.Aiied i iii;i
' of temperature and rainfall for the this place ,, after Titusville Fla. t how liter r.cov.rea .
'AtjCtl 'nt k ending Tuesday, July 28!, ISOrt. Friday, July 31. it la sad when a placeof health cheer.ful.pirlt..nd Rood Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of / \

_1SW- -1805- this size shows so little public spirit. npetitei,they will tell Vvs t a
MIN. .AX. !IIIN.s run tnktnir SIM
'It 1 MAX. The new house of Mr. J. J. Roberts Is b'i.I & KKUULATOK. :
.1 :; 78 87 72 rapidly nearing When g r ill
i 8(1( 74 87 76 finished IC I E AND
It will be one of the : (
prettiest Mr. and
Mrs. H. C Starck
visited at
i ,8d 86 1n 74 Stl 01( 74 74 dwellings; on the Island. Oak LodgeSund.lY./ Th. Chrapett.Medicine Parent the and Werldl Bent Family 1'I:'

) 5 77 01 73; The :Misses WlgfleM of Toledo For DYSPKrSIA. CONSTIPATION, t im- ,
d 80 were Mr. Robt. Smith made a business trip dice lllo".allack.. !\ICI\. 11KAUACHK Colic; I.
'j 1 87 77 w 75 pleasant visitors at our school on to Titusville on Friday.Mr. DenreHmon of bp'rili, OUK b'rO31AC11, ,
,1 87 19! 03 75Total Wednesday. We like to have our friends Heartburn Me. 'This unrivalled remedy U Distilled Water
show their Interest In woik. Harris and daughters have been warranted not to contain a single particle of
f for the week: 0:50:/ Inches our
rainfall visiting( In Malabar.\ MCHCUKY, or any mineral nibKtance, but U
'arture from normal rainfall for the On Saturday' evening Mrs. L. H. Dawson I PURELY VKGETAULIJ.
,V: minus 0.53 inches. Departure of :Narrows, chaperoned a company Messrs.\ Robt. Smith and Albert Carol containing those Southern ROOM and Herb Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers. "
"m normal rainfall since January 1, of young people at an euchre party, given i are ditching their muck land this which an all-wiHo Providence bun placed inconntrlea ,

l\a\ 4,10 Inches.J.. by ]Messrs. Curtis, Hunt, Dawson and week. will cure where all Diseases Liver UiMraiicn caused most by Derange prevail.It FACTORIES. ..... .';
\V. CKONK, Observer.Seabreeze. Walker, at "Sodom," the home of A party of eight Melbouruites sailed ment ol the Liver and llowelii.
Cocoa and West Palm Itaacli.SEEDS ;
Messrs. Curtis and Hunt. Four dainty down to Malabar afternoon.The The bYMPTUMS I u( Liver Complaint are abitter ;
Sunday or bud tu h. in the mnutli; Pain in the
11 tables were filled, and the time panned Back, Sides or Joints often mistaken for Kheu- '
pleasantly until the games were"called." Misses! Kittle and Ilemlotta rnatlHiu; Sour Stomach; lAws of Apiiotite;
11Ii After which refreshments of Ice Starck attended the Melbourne\ singing Bowels' alternately costive an.II'I| He.. cream lass of with painful uriiimUon, of ) --SEEDS.
school Memory a
:Saturday evening : : GARDEN and FIELD \
and cake served which showed
" I were having failed to do 1 H'+m Mr and Mrs. Taft and family, of clearly the ability of these young/ men Mr.\ W. I>. Arnald has boon putting In hove been dune; Itohllltyl Low Spirit, u thick ,
J 1,ilnesvllle, have taken one of Mr. II. F.lewart's to rival their fair sisters In this line. As yellow appeurunua' of the Skin, and liyun, a dry
good work
for the remainder of on his fine young orange Cough often mistaken for Conmiiuption.Sometime _.. "
[ cottages
the Sabbath drew near all wished their grove, and now has It in good condition. muny of these aymptome attend !
lie slimmer. kind hosts good night, after thanking the disease, at others verv few; but the LlVKK I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First- :.
them for most Malabar was a busy place last :Sitturlay. : M generally the mat of the disease and if nut
at the beach Satur- a enjoyable'evening.Banyan.
arrivals on
,. wretchedness
More Regulated In t 1m' Brent mitrerinK
last than any day since the season Nearly all the men wore surveying, and DEATH will}I ensue.The class SEEDS
in the
Lean. The hotels and cottages sighed laying off two tracts of land: west of the following highly I : esteemed pcrsonanttest State. .. .._- '
(: depot which havo lately: changed hands. to the: virtue of Simmon Liver Regelntonien.
,r greater:expansive ability., The new owners are to begin operations. ( W. S, Holt I'res.. Ua. 8.V., K. It. Co.; Rev :r- SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering elsewhere All Seeds tested .
J. R. 1'elder }'"rry, lt" | Col.: B. K. Sparks Albany '
Nisi :Nellie Rush, of DeLand, who it once. Oi ( 1... Maxierson,E.'I.Sherilt| Uibu C..., t'foru sent out, 11
iitli her mother, Mis. Hayberger, is oc- Mrs. H. B. Stewart and Mrs. O. Bale Oa.; hon. Alexander H. Stephens.\ L. CAMERON, Seedsman, ,II I
Messrs. Robt. Smith, C. W. Bolton, A. "VVe have tented its ,virtue, nerfinnnlty, and '
lupyinK a cottage on the beach is a were visiting in Banyan last Monday.J. Carroll, L. F. Wells, and the Missus Cus- know that for nvNnvpala, Hillonant-ss and 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA ,:\.,

I harming acquisition to Soa Breeze. T. Stewart and family left on Monday sle Shaw, Vlrgillne Carroll, Rosa and Throbbing world I"er.llW 11 luiidiu-lie We tried it In the fnrtyotlterrrmrdtr.beNt medicine the. .-

I All our East Coast residents should for their home In Toledo. iessle[ Wells sailed up to Melbourne before 5immoneliver Kvpultitor.>lIt none gave

jnlwcribe for the well known pink paper, Work has begun on B. J. .\ /Saturday evening! to attend the singing IIM Iwtor more not than only temporary relieved,relief but cured) ,hut the 11M."1<-C'KII-Ku,
A Fertilizer l
for Fruit
i iT
|t f TitiiBvllle throughout thetetnatfe rapldincroaslg house, R. C. Creech and Joel Scott having school. Miss Cairoll remained with TKLKGKAI'll: AMI MKSKtNGKHv; MilCOIl, lie.I .. h
Melbourne friends until
,' charge of the woik. next day, but 'U''C'II'IIr-U' O'iLY KV V
the remainder of the party enjoyed a'po'e J. H. ZCILIN A. CO.. Philadelphia, Pa.cratlo .
j Ask Mr. Wilson and the ladies how R. J., B. B. and R. B. Laltoche and sad home, Interspersed with ruIreshiueuta "The Ideal "
hey liked their ride on the Immense Fred Whitlock, of Courtenay, sailed and banjo m uslo. -..T -M Pineapple Fertilizer, ;
i Inrtlo they captured, Sunday night; last, down to Banyan in the yacht Port on J nominees arc Invited to join. "
In their way from New Smyrna Inlet towabroeze. Monday last. :lr1.oe S!:! .00 Per: Ton.: .. ,
Mr. Lewder of Sebastian will
OLD Oscar Pepper at Losley & Rena- ,
The ADVOCATE Is one of the most ker's, Tituaville, Fla. preach to till Mothodlvt congregationnext QUARANTINED ANALYSIS :........ 1
There was sincere regret felt when Mr. newsy papers on the East Coast. We Sunday. Moisture .. .., ,,8 to It) ]'N' Cent. '

i this foo.week.McPherson His, health of Stuart was, left much the Inn Im- are glad to learn that Its subscription. County Commisslo'nar Houston hnsidvortlttod Ammonia,, ..t)' to 0 '
proved by his stay at the seaside. We Brevard list Is Increasing should and take every it.citizen in for bids for building a bridgeon Phosphor! ? Acid . . .r to (/I"I ", ,.

I |ole]> to see him here again.Mr. county the line of the county road, tit Plntula. Potash (Actual). . . .. . .. .11(I to 1'1" : i

Henry Strunz, of Palatka, a very Capt. C. J. Hector, candidate for his W. d. Braddock Is building a The newly compiled town ordinanceswill Made exclusively from Hl'ljtht Cotton IIt'ml1\lelll: :Nltr.tto of Soda, Blood, liouo. ;
ocular young gentleman from Palatka, county treasurer, wait calling( on week. picket fence around his twelve acre come before the Board of Aldermen Dissolved 1'hosphatp, Fine (round Tobacco :Stems, and Sulphate of Potnah. J' '
friends In this last field.
peat Sunday at the Inn. It has become C'apt.many' Hector has long been a faithful at their next regular meeting (Saturday CJP: Write for illri-cblons for using and further pnrtlculnis; 1 also k for :t. '
I Mr. \ evening) for a sooond reading.Mr. : of "Economical( Kvillllxlnit for Fruit.'o stock of all Feitllt \
summers habit with him, and the worker in the democratic ranks, and Murray Hall of this place, has copy carry lingo
[idles( would all regret his non-appear- there is no more deserving man than he. accepted a position with the F. E. C. Ry, I O. 1<'. Paddison Is making' a very I ::;cr Matoilal, Cotton :Scud Meal, Tobacco Oust, Potash, etc. Wiltu for juices' b i- ( \
Inco at Seabreeze. at Miami. 'oro buying. Wo seek the growers: trade direct.
lIe has done as much toward building up I !>pretty on the river bank frontIng I

1'rof. and Mrs. Williams of Lakeland, our county as any man In it, and Is fully Captain Fischer, of Tltusville, was In'' his residence, his Intention being to WILSON & TOOMER t
Live been enjoying themselves at Sea- capable of filling the office he seeks. town this week, calling on hilt old-time set out strawberry buds., The removal
,maze. We shall not only miss them, friends. of the Maggie Dlllou Is now In order. The Fertilizer House of Florida,

I lut the morning concert the canary' given; Sebastlanltcs have been quite cool this Turtle and turtle eggs! have been! quite Jacksonville Fla. "r,
[is. It Is not an ordinary bird, as It has Coronado Beach. week numerous on the beach the past month, ,.,
I R. A. Hardeo A; Co. }having received .. ,., ,
liuat -- ---- -
remarkable --- -
notes two tons of Ice the first of the but, like all good things, they will soot <.
Mrs T. N. Smith of Palatkfl, who haaJieen There never was a season when there week. be no more. These beautiful moonlight I
nights make an to the bead ,
confined to her room for the past was such freedom from mosquitoes at Mr. Wm. Hustle, of' Micoo, was in very enjoyable Frecl'k. S. Morsex
I wo weeks with a serious attack of Inflammation Coronado as this, and up to,the present town Tuesday, and thinks Sebastian "Is x-
of the eyes, is Improving. no sand-files have been seen there. getting there with both feet." Judging; from the large number of
J-he has the sympathy of all the Inn young quail seen about this neighborhood "

'nests, with whom she is a great favor- the Mr.beach.D. C. Thompson He left his is family back again and returned on- Mr. Edwards' new residence is goingup remarkably line shooting may be eE:: _AI.., ESTATE. ; f, '
to. rapidly, the framing/ up and the expected this coming season. Get your "
to Sanford for awhile but foundit
siding being put on. bird well In hand oh
The Rev. C. W. Arnold, rector of St. very hot in the Interior, after his stay dogs ye Kports Mx.4: : .Mx: :, :Jnc1o ., FLOB.ZD.A.::: .
[Mary's Episcopal held on the beach.It Miss Mattie Braddock, one of Sebas men.Mr. '

Urine service at the Seaside Inn, Sun- would require a column to mentionall tian's charming young ladies, loft Monday Henry TltiiH, one of our candidates AGENT FOR LANDS OF ,3,,
llay afternoon. This Is an Innovation morning for her former home, in for the olllco of sheriff\ was In ,*
pery' much appreciated. Special music the arrivals at Coronado this month. /Seville, to upend some time, visiting town last Saturday:! looking after his ,
I Mil Every cottage is occupied; as soon as friends. Florida East Coast Kail Company "t'
be arranged for me next service, political interests, remaining over Sunday way ,

_ [which\ be at 7:30: p. m. one Many family families vacates stay the another whole goes summer In. Mr. Paris Lawson Is expected( home the Hnenry of Mr, /Stanley Jones, I\t Florida Coast Line Canal .'4: Transportation Company, J ,

Mr A. E. Wilson, of Palatka, who has through, from May to October. shortly, from Leesburg, where he has Sarno. la a hustler, and Is work. Boston A': Florida Atlantic); Coast Land Company. .'

,made so many friends at the Inn during been attending the Florida Conference Ing hard to gut there. ._. .. .. ,. ... .
dance the ---- --- - --- -- ----- -- -
Informal at
Jlils Sunday visits. leaves Saturday for There was an college.I Mr. S. J. Field, of Indlanola candl

|New spend York of ,the whore remainder he will of join the his season family minds couples DeLand hotel on,were kindly/Saturday present played, when; for Mrs.fully the Bond dancers.twenty, of there put wore on my only thinking five candidates cap, and In believe town date the guest for county of novo clerk H.was Paine.Tuesday Mr: The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

us cannot reconcile our Field with the convictionthat
Impresses one
I Refreshments were served, and the night this week. Surely we got off light this }
to the fact
that he will not be
among he Is the right man for tho tight
I'lils' Saturday's arrivals., time.being cool and pleasant, all had a good time.Mr. place. :33. l5I7DL0wQon'1:: nnnKor.: )

A Jolly party from the Inn spent Sun- \ Frank Wooten was here this week, Capt. Goo Oleason and Mr. John MoAlllster (LATE CHAPMAN ,A SUDLOW.)
The third of the series of Christian calling on the voters Mr. Wooten
tiny' at New Smyrna Inlet, taking dinner held fit the hotelon didn't have his friend the drum visited Bonuventure last TIIUH
I mil meetings was young South Jacksonville Florida.
supper at the Pacettl House driving launch ,
day, on the Eau Ualliu. While
home Sunday: night; and about 41) persons mer, with him this time. lie sold Frank
[ by moonlight. The party found a out when he there Mr. McAllister puichasud' from MANUFACTURER OF
gathered. The meeting was led by Mrs. was here before. -
[turtle, and as It was 12: o'clock midnight Col. Edgerton: and brought back with
I before they returned to Seabreeze It Count of :New Smyrna, and Prof. /Sharp, Mr. Hy. Benson Is planting out
more him a lino little Union motor launch
I was called a full day. Editor Chas. II. of DeLand: University, presided at the pineapples, and nays ho hopes he will Mac. will have no further use for sailboats FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and ?o

I\Walton, of the ADVOCATE, engaged Mr. piano. get Iti pines to ono plant Instead of 1 to ,
IR.vvlcy's/ team for his party to take a The example set by Mr Mace In levelIng 10. ,.
[moonlight; drive along the sea-shore, but off the sand-dune, In front of his Rev. W. A. Louder delivered Mayor Kocsch Informs us that the Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material
a splen- for the ,
I the provision defraying ,
Palatka necessary
party were having. such a cottage in being followed to good effect
good time that It was too late when they by others.; Lawyer Austin has had a did Sunday sermon the people of this place cost of shelling the principal streets havIng Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc Also t

I returned. man at work for two weeks, and Mr. boon satisfactorily made, the work ,

All our make Morse is now having the same done. If R. A. Hardce & Co. received a n1'loadof will bo commenced about Sept 1st., ampushed The Faxn.ou& :xxar4: .- 'imofel: SrcLIYCt:
people were delighted to to This I Is
Itlie acquaintance of Mr. Chas. II. Walton all the cottagers were to combine, a empty barrels this week. rapidly completion Ammonia. .4 too per cant > *

| editor and proprietor of the popular promenade a mile long might be. easily Mr. S. itching has some of the finest' certainly good news. Available 1'hos. Acid. .".< ,6 to H per cent J Par 25.OO Per Tern. u

,ink paper, the ADVOCATE, on Saturday made. bananas growing we have seen on the Mr: Will Kitchell, engineer on the Potash K 0. .11(I to 7 per cent )

.last With him were Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Mr. Frank Sharp has trained his river. steamer Courtenay, was Incapacitate Highest Commercial Value given our brands. In the lust Bulletin. Write for
Walton and Claude Walton; also Mr. Washington grand-child (not yet ,six by sickness Monday morning, and It being Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will bo delivered free .( all
land Mrs. L. A. Brady and their beautiful months old) so that she allows the surf found Impossible to obtain an englneer freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast. at catalogue .prices, until f
md PURE old Mount Vernon Rye at Losley to take his place on such short ,
[ healthy-looking baby. Several of to break over her head when in bathing. further notice.DUREN
I the hotel &; Itenaker's, at $:.1.00 per g.illon.: notice, the steamer was prevented from
guests thought It was Mrs. Ills son, Prof. Sharp, now accompanies ---__._ -- -- -__ ----w. f
I Walton's baby, while Mr. Strunz, the him with his child Just one year old- making her regular daily run to Cocoa.
I popular lawyer from Palatka, thought and both children enjoy a frolic in the Capt. McIntyre succeeded In finding an- & FEASTER. .)
Claude Walton was the son of Mr. and waves like "big/ folks." Mr. Sharp calls Eau Gallie.Master other and the boat resumedher ..... :

1 frs.% L. A. Brady. This jolly party spent his grand-children water nymphs. It trips TuesJny morning. GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and

I from Saturday until Monday, when they certainly is a pretty sight to sue those Person Paddlson, of Tltusville, '

[returned to Tituevi le. bright tots In the water, and everyone wait here this week, visiting relatives.Mr. -Hiss Willie Otwell, popular young Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery, Glass and Tlnw'r J.

The following registered at the Seaside .- who sees them Is surprised. Harry Hodgson Is temporarilywot lady of Bali I a, who has been attending Your: patronage Suliclted

| Inn during/ the-past ,week: John J. to the horizon In a .. the Normal school at Green Cove Spring
Stretching away tang as pilot on the steamer Spartan.A .
ps, Cincinnati, O.; M. L. Plymp- constantly changing wealth of color, the for some time past, arrived In town las ;/
Iton, Lake ; A. Williams and wife looked for a Bryan and Sewall campaign club Saturday, on a visit to the Mlssos Nor .,.
Miser ocean Invitingly tempting -- -- -- HH -- --- l
Lakeland; Plaga Falatka; Cbae.. sail when the crowd of will be organized here this (Friday) wood. /She will remain in Tituaville a
If. Walton L. A. and wife, J. O. on men from the hotel made an early evening, and all supporters of the demo- few days longer.
Iville I Walton and wife, Claude Walton, Tltus- start young to provide fish for a "fish bake; GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP yti ytiLITTLE

; Supt.:! Owens, Imatalla; Henry the ladles: leaving In carriages for the In-
pti-unz, A. E. Wilson, 1(. C. Wilson, J. let after breakfast; In all a party of
IE. Lucas The NewSelden
Martin Griffin and wife, John about fifteen. The folks at the hotel
I Griffin Miss Smith, Miss Kirby, Misa break
were stirring at o'clock, getting
I Harrington, Martin Griffin, Jr., T. N. i fast for the fishermen. The outing, as :aaos..... f
Palatka; D. L. Ireton, New Orleans usual, was a success. The salt across
; W. W. Jones, J. K. Aitlwn, C. of Cypress Door
the Inlet, under the superintendence Company
|nd the Misses, Daytona Goode,;Palatka.Sydney Mr. Pacetti_, was delightful.: :

{ The dance at the Inn, Saturday evening IPA.LA'rKA: :J.7WL.A.. ., O< Jcxoacetonviilo, :J1I1a.
\ was very much enjoyed, a large Jensen.
I number of visitor from Daytona and Will about October 1st, 1801, turn the steam on to Are Offering Their

I DIE surrounding{ RIVER ADVOCATE country-:as representative well as an I-! Mr. R. D. Hoke-piloted a party of One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Blind "All Arouszid.: :: >> :rarid; ,. +i
being Lilian to White ,
present. Mrs Davidaon's music friend In the steamer

"I.%t""ways floor It Inspiring; and, with the per- City last Wednesday. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States. at the", Exceedingly Low Price of .: .
wvs a real pleasure for all.
Messrs. Gilmore and Leavltt will leave
sub 7 many the came over from In Daytona the hotel,that the, in a few weeks for England-, where they And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight d(:- : $a5 Per Tan.h h
many guests
place presented will spend several months. years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best

aDd i, to a northern quite mind a gay, the appearance clear, sll-; The members of the G. B. Y. Club possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will coverDoors ( Ammnnlii . btu6percent '
Very light from the full moon, over all spent a pleasant day at the clubhouseon Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frame, Hot-house Material, Tank, Glass, etc Guaranteed Analysis ( AvailablePhosphoric Acld..4 tCJ* II" I ul

this life; and out on the ever-moving the ocean beach last Saturday. Boat ( Actual Potash.. ,1' . ,8 to 4 /e /e Sj)?|

i"W wautlful magnificence of the ocean, with Its races ad splendid 'collation waa the edw AND FLAMING MILL, JACKftOMVILLK: YAK P.K. Manufactured from the Purest Ammonlate, Super-phosphates, and. t'ota.he. #

a picture phosphorescent display made order of the day. .......... FIa. Bay .t., ro of CaihcrliM. Nothing better for Pineapple, Vegetable. and present condition of the Orange
that will always stay with one. There are still) a few settlers In this Trees. '

section who do not take the A VOC.A TE. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY A fine stock of all kinds of Fertilizer Material constantly on hand.' {

Is lSend the ADVOC order for This should not be so, as the pink paperIs Write for Pamphlet and Price t ,
TJI: an aajr ,
j hard In the Interest of the
I working/
you need.]., East Coast Manufacturer of LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO., &!

Cupid seems to be la the midst of oar .. __ ___ __ Jacksonville, Fla.
social circle, and I.l piercing the heartsof Cypress Shingles and Lath -- u

--.J some of our widower with his sly (rFir THE "ADVOCATE" ':does first-class :up-to-date=
The weather, during the past 'week, dart )Ve think we shall hear wedding ,
Ilats been toowarm for comfort., We tolls In the near luture. A large]: stock of Dry Cypreu flooring, celling, siding, mouldings, 'shingle,

min.. the cool south., wind wheo it bloweth The old pineapple plantations are lath and picket always on band, thus a"urlnj| prompt shipments Cypress JOB PRINTING, and we are prepared to meet all Competition'
oJ; '
moulding of alt pattern a specialty; '
4 and
dergoing a general clearing an-I
1fn. Lillian Britton returned to here be re-planted.( By next spring they When at home., write us for prices; when up! oar way, come and see n.. in prices Give us a trfal) .order.Oo.., t

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.. M. Felix Paulo has shown bis dislike The Only One .
.i to capital punishment by remitting the

sentence against the assassin of Rue To Stand the Test. the Bemlnole Court house Lodge,,the No.tint 30. hold four Its Thursday meeting evenIng : at.
1 I'' f.1 1 Blene to penal servitude for life. Her *of each month,at S o'clock p. in. FURNITURE CO.

9 has not kept the wretch for 80 days in L. T. COUDY 8. D. GEIGER, I'
Rev. William Copp whose father
1 .. .1 suspense. It is usual to delajr the reprieve C. C. M. of F. Sk K. of R. m 8.
1 I .:;-1:It' almost to the lust hour flied by was a physician for over fifty years,

1,' "";) the ministry of justice. Prison warders in New Jersey and who himself INDIAN R1VKK OUARD8.

ii4 In Paris say that the worst time in the spent, many years preparing for the Drill at the Armory, over county ;jail, every a Ffir1:4
1 II! ;'s life of a prisoner under sentence of death practice of medicine but subsequently Tuesday evening In the month at 8 o''l A.T. KKAHTKII,Captain.
is not after he learns that his appeal has entered the ministry of the -
boon rejected. He !suffers most between M. E.! Church, writes: "I am glad '

d the finding of the verdict and that. announcement to testify that I have INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TEMPLARSTitusvllle I / ,

and especially at night. had analyzed all the Lodge No. 17 moots every Tuesday rhgho
evening lain: ( In Presbyterian cliurun. Public
Under Gravy capital punishment was sarsaparilla preparations meetings first Tuesday In each month. f
t practically abolished. The committee known in the C. A. OAKDNEKV.. 8CUIIIR, CFRL
1'' of pardons at the ministry of justice, so trade butAYER'S Seo't. C. T.

1, called perhaps because it Invariably favors w .. A
the utmost severity, ha become an CHVItCHKS.EM8COPAL A \ i4l
'I idle body. Carnot let the law be a* severe .' I
., ({ ns it liked under his rule. Deibler, Is the only one of P p
t the headsman had a busy time. Caei1 ?them that I could CHURCH. as fob .

1 mir-Perier was a relentless president ....," recommend as a Service' the 2nd and 4th Sunday In each
montb, at II a. m. and 7:3(1: p. m. Sunday school
j? 1 tL and particularly toward ,oolalillts. M. bloodpurll1er.Ibavegiven very Sunday at 9:30: a. m. Evening prayer at
Felix Faure 8 p. in. on Wednesdays. Litany service every
4 seems to sympathize with away hundreds of bottles of rrlday 10 a. m.
1 ) 1' his friend King Leopold in his repugnance it, as I consider it the safest aa wellas RBV. B. F. Bitoww, Rector,
Ri IV to the guillotine. He shows that the best to be had.-WM. COPP

i i' ,4' 11 :,. 1 harshness be intends of to the neutralize pardon the committee.proverbial Pastor M. E. Church,Jackson,Minn.AYERS. METHODIST CHURCH. SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

4 fl' ,,) J' Grevy was a most accomplished lawyer Sundays Regular, at service 11 a. u every,. and I first 7:00: third p. m.and Hiindiiy fourth Jacksonville, Fla. Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville, and New York.

w ? and consequently ly. studied every case submitted School everr.Kunday at 10:00: a. m. Ejiworth The Fleet Is composed of tile following Handsome New Steel Steamers :
League at:2:80: p. m. Prayer meeting -
g to him that committee. He
,p by ; every Thursday night at 7:00: p, in. The Refrigerators from "
i 1 wrote marginal notes which did credit Ladles'. Aid Society meet every Wednesdayat "Comanche" (new), "Algonquin "Iroquois" "Cherokee, "Seminole.
8:00: p. in. Everybody welcome at our church
y jtL to his acumen and often sent for members THZ WORLD'S PAIR services. NorthBound.Steamers .
;{ of the committee to talk them $4.95 and Upwards.Write .
F.M. O. EADS, Pastor. are to sail according to the tide.
round pleasantly. The nickname they PAIR'Sarsaparllla From JACKSONVILLE.:, FLA., ( appointed. ), Sundays and Thnr iaVi| ,.
Cash talks loud 8. C.. Mondays and
gave him was "La Pere Graciaa. for catalogue. From CHARLESTON) Fndayt
: London New. In doubt,ask for Ayer's Pill PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. with us.WEAK. For hour ot.alllng see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally |,nin/"

r Service! every Sabbath at 11 a.m and 7.30 p.m South-Bound.
Sunday school at 11:45: a. m., Ch..... Gardner: ,
1? i Where Took the Oath. 4upt Prayer. meeting on Wednesday evening Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 20, Kant River, New York, at 8 p. m., an follow::
at 730.: The pulillo' are cordially Invited to attend For CHAItLEKTON, 8. C., -. Tuesdays. and Frl.Un.
i Aa Interesting relio of the early days PERSONAL GOSSIP. our services.: MEN MADE VIGOROUS. For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Tuesday. and Frldtn.Clyde's / :
1 of the republic was discovered on New H. M. GOODULI: Patttor.

' ,,1 !' Year's day workmen who are remodeling Mr. Rockefeller' income It i estimatedto St. Johns River Line.DE

I+ I { I p the old senate chamber in the. be $37,000 daily BAPTIST CHURCH. tc >Clnvay. .

ooart of common pleas building, adjoining Ellen Spencer Money, one of the Preaching every second and fourth Sundays, ( BART LINE)
a Independence The apartmenthas cleverest lawyer in Washington i II the morning and evening.. Prayer Meetings/ every "

i! ::t j long boon used aa a courtroom. andit widow of the late General Muue,.. School Wednesday every evening Sunday at at 11:411:7:00: a. m.o'clock.Also Sunday preach- a "D 1. 18"0" aywDa'LWhat Steamer "Everglade,

I k i*I now being restored to its original Judge Martin of Atchison Kan., la InK flrst Sunday at LaGrange; Second Sunday. PEPPER'S Did' CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
I' : ,i: state by tbe Society! of Colonial Dames. celebrated al the man who never wore a Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend. It act powerfully and qulcklr.) Cures when all, Leaves Jacksonville from foot of Laura Street at 8 a. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays tor Palatfo,
' 1'E In the course of the work the court plat necktie in hi* life the occasion B. A. GBIOEH Pastor. others fa .. Young men regain Tost manhood old Sanford.Kntedrrlse and Intermediate landings on the St. John's River.
except on
men' Lb vigor. Absolutely ni>ritnteed -
l I, form was removed, and underneath i it, of his marriage. to care Nervo..*eu.' Jbnst Vitality, Leaves Sanford S a. m.,and Enterprise 5:30: a. m., Mondays and Thnrsdays for Jacksonville.
,, was found an old platform which the CATHOLIC CHURCH. I.toteeef,Nightly, : JBnl..lims.Lo_ Power.,
) Fall .. Memry: .__&1.. DI.
Humbert BtjiJ
member believe was that of the senate Ital.ha absolutely Services at 10 a, in. every Sunday In new ea..., taut.all tfftct* of ttlf abun or area." anatntUferetitm. SOUTH BOUND. BCHEDULE.. Read up. D.
no tense of humor it i* Mid and regard Wards off Insanity and eonsumptlun Read down.
; chamber and they that there i.l" is Church building, North. Titusvllle. Children'soateebialn Don't lat draintlat Impose a worthless substitute on .. ......... ........
\ argue Leave 3.311 m. ......................... Jacksonville.. ... Arrive 3.30 a. m.
a joke of any kind a* a grow at a p. you because Itrlelds "&, Inslstonhav.Inn .. p. ................... ........
little or no room to doubt that upon m.RBV...1.Fe'BOyLERector. PKHVBK'BMKhvlClOlE, or send for It 868 p. m. ........ ....................Palaka. Leave 9.00 P. m.
breach of ... ......................... zoo
etiquette. Can carried In vast pocket. Prepaid plain wrap o. 3.110 a. m. ......... ........ Alltor. p. m.
t c these boards George Washington was Inaugurated p r. *>1 per box, or ltlvWrlttea o. ..30 a. m. ..........................Franole............................ 1.30 a. m.
I .i pre ideut. May Yohe's husband, Lord Hope ha > te.Bole:..w.t.--: :: tke Sell a. m. ......................... llere.tor. ........................ 12.00 ROOD

p''d#' ; The historical association of this been discharged from bankruptcy on the General. Oomea. :-.V&Pamphlet YEDIeAL Aatl'al dnuntlst,*.Artdrem' III Arrive" :'.': :: ::..:::::::::::::::.:::::.Blue:::...Sanford Springs.:.:::::::::::::::::::::::: :: I 9: :: :.

building, and particularly of tbe room payment of 10 shilling on the pound, General Gomez the leader of the Cuban 10 9.28 a. m. .......... .... ........ ....Enterprise. ... ........ .............. D.30a.m
I ( In which the old platform was found, hi. debt reaching the very neat figure insurgents, is a study in repose and Sold by J. B. Screven only. ........... .v..... ..........So. Fla. Railroad Wharf (Santord).... .....:................,.12110 p.mGen'

i Tht .are thus briefly recorded on the tablet of over $3,000,000. action. He is slender in build not over Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
z placed on tbe Ohestuat street wall : "In A French Canadian couple Louis Dar. 140 pounds in weight about 6 feet 7 in eaa think

d ; k this building sat the first senate and win and his wife now living in St. height and straight .aa an arrow, although Wanted-AneyIdea of thing some to simple 1.1.A.Lk LiE, Bupt. JHO.L. HOWARD, Fla.Fr't Agt. F.IRONMONGER,JE.,Fla.Pas.ART.
1 ; first bonne of reproxeutatl of the United Paul recently celebrated the eightieth be is 60 years old. His face is I wealth.patantrRIpans JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

) State of America. Herein George anniversary of their marriage. The husband tanned; hi. hair and mustache are iron I :Write Waiblncton&V WEDDBRBUBN D.:O.. CO.I.Patent uo prise Attorneys offer: TIIKO. 0. Eeolet.T.M., A.J COLE, General Passenger Agent, M. H. CLVDK A.T.M.
Washington was inaugurated president, i II 107 year of age and the wife If gray; his cheek bone are prominent I andTust of two hundred inveetloas wanted.Wno 5 BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.

/, March 1793, and closed his omolal career 101. and his chin is arm HI. cool, oalonlat- WM. P. G1.YDB CO., General Agents,

,r when herein ; also, John Adams The Rev. Dr. Lorimer of Boston says lug eyes seem at first to absolutelymeasure 5 Bowline Green.New York. 1. So. Delaware AT.,Philadelphia

t I 'was inaugurated second president the that when the new Tremont temple ia you and then fhe face breaks Tabules. .-
;': + ""United States, March 4, 1797. "-Philadelphia finished in April it will be absolutely 1; Into a reassuring smile. His knee l is stiff nipana Tabulea cure nausea. '-

Ledger. necessary for him to have an assistant, from a wound received in the last war,'1 RIpans RIpans Tabules Tabules cure cure dizziness.headache. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

it IG a* the work of the parish i* too mach but in the saddle be ia simply a part of R'lpans Tabules cure flatulence.
Brought Birds and Got o Watch. for him. the horse, Or, rather the horse is I a part RIpans Tabules cure dyspepsia.

4 A business lOan who Uve 'oo North Henry Watteraon editor of the Loniavllle of him for he never seems to guide it. Hlpans Tabules assist digestion. Florida, New York,
Nineteenth street is mourning the loss Courier-Journal baa been engagedby Ripans Tabules cure bad breath. \ Philadelphia and Boston.
of a fine gold watch and chain. One A :Fortylab' Hoar Day. Rlpans Tabules cure biliousness.
the New York of
'? ; morning recently, ;just BH be wan about instruction to give department a lecture on "public A bra. The time tinkers are still dissatisfied RIpans Tabules: one gives relief. Sailing from llriinswlofc, Ga.. direct to New York.

1 l t to enter his place of business, a seedy ham Lincoln" In the State Normal college with our time reckoning: system, and it RIpans-Tabules cure Indigestion. 111 PASSENGER SERVICE.

i 1 looking man asked the time of day. The in Albany on April 6. I. highly probable that they will not RIpans Tabules cure torpid liver. Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot), "ALL
', I' 1, merchant unbuttoned hisooat to consult) only smash the 00 minute hour and cub RIpans Tabules: gentle cathartic. RAIL" F. C. .'% P. R. R. on Thursday only, 4:08: p. in. Arrtvt
his watch and discovered that he had Norris. Holoomb. who died the otherday titnte one of 100 minutes, but that they Ripens Tabules cure constipation.. steamer Brunswick 7:30: p. in. Passengers going at once on board
,1 left the at home. "That'sprovoking : in Hartford was for many year will also RIpans Tabules: for sour stomach.
timepiece change tbe civil da.lnto one Through oar without transfer, Jacksonville to Brunswick.
laxative. -
''t ," said he, "I must have left well known throughout the state of Connecticut of 48 hours. Professor Blatner of Bar- RIpans RIpans Tabules Tabules:cure pleasant liver troubles. PROPOSED SAILINGS

' t ray watch under my pillow;" "Thank as a breeder of fine cattle especially fin, Sir Thomas Long England and Pro- Ripans Tabules: at druggists. Lv. New York, Tier 21 E. It., 3:3: (>.d. in, (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswlik.

, yon just the same said the seedy one draft all oxen, and was fairs.a familiar fewer Bailey'of Boston are now working Friday: Junes...... ............... ..........COLORADO... .,............. ........Friday' ,June IS
( tipping his bat with great deference. figure at agricultural like beavers with that end in view.- Advertise 'rlilay,June 11...... ."........ ...... ....RIO GRANDE........ .......... ...... ..Friday, June B
t ft That night when the merchant went M. Charles Leoooq the well known Louis In the ADVOCATE Friday, June III! ...... .................. .........COLORADO.. ........ ...... .. ...'......Friday. ,Jnno:1:
I St. Republic. 1 want to Increase your business. Friday, Jane 211.t ............... .............. RIO GRANDE......... ................Friday,Julfl
1 home to sapper his wife received him composer of "La Flue de Mme. An- Friday. ,July 3......... .. ....................COLORADO..........................Friday, July lo
with a particularly effusive greeting. got" and several other )light opera, i* For,general Information. sacsmere tralna rate" eto. apply to any railroad agent or to
p r "So thoughtful of you dear," she said seeking divorce from his wife. Despite \.. P.l\IUltPHY.Trav. Agent Jackllonvlle. CHAS. DA VIES.Agent.Z.lO W. Hay lit.JlWk.onvll1e.
20 of married H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick,Ga.
"to borne incompatibilityof
a'e f,( "What send birds" ezoluimed those lovely her husband.birds. temper years Is, it i I. said, the plea put for @) .......... .... ..... .. ................:................(!E) C. MALLORY! ,General Agent, Pier 26, E. River, and 302 Broadway,N. Y.

'), "Those lovely quails," replied the wife. ward. ....TI-IE.,... :

"They were brought by the maw who John MoCnllough, M. P. for Glen
took your watch down to you gow, lectured the other evening at Bull # LADIES #i #
i "What I" cried the merchant who was House Chicago on "Some Great Problems : A Boon to Florida !
r' now thoroughly I excited. Explanations Which Confront the AngloSaxonRace. View It with opened-eyed surprise
1 followed and the wife told how the He took the ground that the 1
and with Inward ;
w man bad oome and handed in the bird single tax on land is the only solution purchaso '
J j j I IIIICI asked for the watch which he said of every Industrial problem. satisfaction. : : : : : : :
Water Works (for Your Homes
would be found under the pillow. The A decorative reproduction of the death ,
) police are now looking for the thief.-
mask of General Grant which was taken -
Philadelphia Record. 20 minutes after his death has been ')'{ ')'{ '{ '{ ')'{ Yt oJt oJt '{ '(t oJt ( Etc, under your own Control _'

;jointly designed by Karl Gerhardt, who
i ., .
With the Kentucky Breeden', New
took it, and Walter Sanford an artist
England Breeders' and Louisville futurities IT SHIMMERS WITH .
of Hartford. A number of replicas of it
for trotting foals all on a modern will be taken for various G. A. R. po t&. -I I BEAUTY I- YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO
'fl and sensible basis, it locks very
M. Andree of Stockholm who will
much as if the earning capacity of the
;9 trotter ia to be really increased attempt to reach the north pole by balloon ..HEATING.BICYCLE.I THE REST. : 4i
l is having bis balloon built In
It ia not generally known that Hart Paris. It is to be finished on May 11. : Used with and driven wells
ford. II :n", the son of Harold that when It will be transported to Gothenburg open ,
I sired the world's fastest harness horse springs and lakes. A few minutes workat
and then to a small island in the Art Catalogue 4cta.. In Stamp. .
L ii Robert J, 2:01: U. *I. still living and is Spitsbergen group, whence the expedition an air pump delivers the water all
owned by Governor D. M. dough, 8t
will start
Paul who drives him on the road. over your house with pressure. No cost

HOLVOKK MASS. to operate. No windmill or overhead

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f CiE) Q) ank.; Simple and durable. _% ,t

Write or apply for particulars to the BU 1 {.1'
i Pneanatlc ...
ADVOCATE, or toDearly !
1 This
Fear either + HERSI\

u1 ; ll earing, )} : '

is the (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A.H.PA1'. .....';... :I
Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise.

very besf CHAS.:: : :a 3Li VM: cSC CO .

I purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet
-i SmokingTobacco' music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out F'me wines and :JI.Q.Uors: : ,
the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full
... line of the celebrated Conover, New England Schubert and Kingsbury' Pianos.
417, 419 W. Bay St.,
We have the following pianos which are worth from f 100 to $200 more than we ;

l auk for them : JACKSONVILLE .. FLA.
K, wal... ........,..... ....S3M3Jfl/ Haines 1'1'08., style 5, mah.$2 po
Conver.tyde Rib..... ... ........ : Schubert, 18.....................;... Toll Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from $1.79
: ; u a J..b..,.....". ... .... ... 290 Malcolm Love, wal.,.......,..... ..... -Ma to S3JW per .
made.Blackwell's o a J..I..u. .... .... .... ... amio Steinway eb.................... Den Brandies J rem (1.75 to $3.711 per gallon
o \. M,eb....... ..'. ...:........ ... Kverett.: eb.... .........?... .. 135: r We make a of North Carolina
..,., ... .. ...... 3'J.'I Kingebury.tyle! B eh.... ._....... ... ... 225 Mountain Dew Specialty Corn -
.. .. ........ ... ..... Whiskey, three
McCammon, et'rlwaI.. : .... ..... ...... set A eb. 2no old. fajso: !
id,mah.... ...... .. .. Son Knabe Grand ." ............... ... ilSoBtuyveaant yean per gallon.
.. n 7,wal.... .._.. .,... 275 eb ........ .... ..... 179wal Jntrs-1 ...., eta,:3 gal.,mote, S gal.,
I .. a 7ebr............ ,. ... 2M" .................. 200Hal. Octfl.
Cenuine ..... Bros., e, *h.............. ..... yonITS+ N.byaEYaD. eh ................ I2S: KeR-a gal., $lt 141 gal., $1.58; Xbbl.,
M u u Leb.i.4...... Ju. M.Star eb......_.......?..___ Ito 1 1JIO.
.. e o a. 51a11..150 Morris, .. loo Parties living; In Dry Town will do

t BULL DURHAM Some of these pianos have been rented but we have had them re-polished and well them to 110 order per cent from on as.all orders.a* we can save t )

put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re- Vf Always send money with order r r
funded. We furnish ft stool, scarf, instruction book and delivered f. 0. b. Jacksonville 'W'.will not open new aceoanta un..... ,
Too will and one_pea tM4.each 1 eats a a.sad tag.eo.e.e..>.*each t saase I... ; cash or installment. Sheet muslo at half price. Write us. ultable Jacksonville. reference I* given.
Buy a.bag read M*_pea and* te fet y M Shan tt FREYER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, Mo Good sent C.0. D. to Dry Town.

... 24 E Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.


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rational Encampment of the For Attorney. For School ,Superintendent. DON'T TOBACCO. 'r :EJOTEJLS.: : ':
f Grand Army of the Republic TIlE lends of Col. D. L. Oaulden TEELINO[ that there Is certain. sense -- -- -- ---- --- -- '

St. Paul, Minn. announce his name as a candidate r of modesty that forbids our present HON TO CUltl YOUltSI:Ll" = :':
for the position of Prosecuting Superintendent of Public Instruction The Hotel Placidet
Attorney for from WIHLI: USING IT.
Brevard county, at the announcing himself for le-electlon
the above occasion the F. C. ..IP.\: Democratic primary elections. to the above-named position, friends The tobacco
For on a man
grows Main Street the lIvlclinIInu between oust and west
have take this of the In the center of the city, on ( /
Railway secured opportunity
a placing
ind Southern until his nervous is .seriously affected : furnished
name of Mr Jno. II Same before the system one block from Bay. Everything entirely now. Elegantly/ throughout.
of one cent per mile each way. For Uel'rt'l'ieutntlve. Bus meets all trains Terms $ day and
lIe voters of Brevard for re-nomination at \ Impairing health, comfort and Superior Cuisine and Service. : per
will be sold Aug. 20th, 30th, upwards. hpociiU rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor.
rickets INDIANOLA, FLA., May 22, 1SIHJ. the coming primary election. lappiness. To quit suddenly Is too so-

and Sept. lat, limited for return hereby announce myself candidate Titusville, May 5th, 1SH( > ere shook to the system, as tobacco toan -.- --- ---.- -- -- .. - .- -- --- -----
Lunge until Sept. 16th. By depositing for re-election as member of the Inveterate utter becomes stimulant

tickets with the agent at St. Part an ex- House of Representatives of the Florida For Superintendent of Schools. that hU system continually craves.UacoCuro" View Hotel.
limit be ob- Legislature,:: subject to the Grand
Lnslon of the return may primary elections. Democratic\ ENOS, FLA., June 1, ISM.. is u scientific euro for the ...
Lneil until Sept. 30th. This rate ls tobacco habit in all its forms
W. It. SANDEUS.I hereby announce myself as .a candidate ,
lpen, to the public. Tickets may be I ; for :Superintendent of Public compounded after the formula of an -- -- .

procured! from any ticket agent of the For Instruction for Brevard county at the miiient Berlin physician, who has used

', C. & P., J. T. & I:. W., or F. E. C. IteitreMeiitittive.ShuAsriAN approaching primary election. lily sue- 4t In his private practice since 1S72: TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. ,
: : FI.A. May 7 ISOtf. cuss must depend mainly on the actionof ,
fy The route will be via F. C. &\: P., my friends who have urged this announcement without a failure. It Is purely vegetable

outhern Railway, and Queen A Cres- I hereby announce myself (a candidate with those who may join and J1II\rllntcl'tll'e1'feotly' harmless. You

[ent to Cincinnati; from Cincinnati toL tion before for the the position Democratic of member primary of elec-the far hem.RIt able.If elected shall: do my duty'as ran use all the tobacco you want while 'RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT

t t Paul over any line desired. This House of KepreHent.itivcs of the Legislature JAMES L. ENOS. mliiR "Baco-Curo." It will notify you ,

at also applies via Columbia, Asliejlla of the :State: of Florida.R. when to "top.Ve give written guarantee -I
The office will be In cb.irgo of the LOSKOO,
[. and Knoxville. The F. C. ..I1'\: and A. HARDEE. to cure permanently any case with

'southern Railway have been selected on :' For County Clerk. three boxes, or refund tho money with 10 As an "All-the-year-round" House, cA ---.- I

recount, of being the only lines running For County Judge.To INDIANOI-A, FLA., June 2, ISO)!. )w cent Interest. "Baeo-Curu" Is not n

through sleeping cars from Jacksonville the People of Brevard I hereby announce myself a cnndidato; ulmtltute, but it sclentlllo euro, that First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel.
County : for Clerk to the
Ito Cincinnati without change. Sleep County subject and
without tho aid of will
be I'am a candidate again for the position decision of the Democratic primary tires power A (for the convenience of meet all trains .
ing berths secured nd- carriage guests
car may County Judge, and again submit }earnestly soliciting tho support of nil with no Inconvenience. It loaves tho ,

I,Iressing ticket agent F. C. &\: P. U'y: myself to the Democratic piimurieH If my friends, I mum, yours very truly, system a* pure and free from nicotine as

|Jacksonville! Fla., or I am again nominated and elected, I will SAM'L J. FIELD. ho day you took your first chew or : .1. o. na.. v I rr,
. endeavor to servo the w hole people as I
have tried to do in the past, and I shall smoke. of Hotel dil Nil, !Sitriio.

Fla. Pass. Ag't., ever be grateful_ for. the support you For Iteprcsciitntlve.' ..__ __ ___ _______ .__ .___.. ____ __ _n_ _ _. __ __
Jacksonville, Fla. have given me In the by-gone years, Cured liy ISavo-Ciiro and Gained
" whether the pArty shall deem mo worthyof To the Democratic! Voters o'f Brevard : -J. A. 1IAPPEKSKTTE. ---
renewed favor or not. I feel that I respectfully present myself to your Thirty
such medicines
I admitted Remember-only for exhibition at the World's were have not been able, though; I have done I favorable consideration an your Reporieutative From hundreds of testimonials; the SNEIAN:: : :: : RIVER: :aO'JEL.: : ,.

I fair as are accepted for use by physi- my best, to fully deserve the trust you In the Assembly. Though a originals of which are on file and opento
have generously placed In me hitherto voter of fifteen In the
years standing
clans, in the practice of medicine, Ayer's Inspection tho following presented: 'i'"*
" and I offer myself again for otlico with a county, I have not before asked "your I r #' :" : t./ ,
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral andAyer's W > ,' ...
" Sarsaparilla, >
I Fills being included in the list. hope duly mixed with humility. voices and your suffrages., I am aware layton, Nevada Co., Ark., Jan. 2rt, 'OX\);\ : 5X ; .., TITUSVILLE ,

| They are standard medicines. MINOR S. JONES. that I have some political war-horses Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., LtlCroRMe "' :,*-Jl
Titusville, Fla., May :25;;m'1)0.)( opposed to me, but\ undismayed, I herewith : Wis.-Gentlemen : For fortypenis Indian RivoiFlu. '. \
enter the political
nl'Cnlcalling I used tobacco In all Its forms For ef ;
The woman suffragists complain bitterly .
upon 1 all who are content to allow a little b :
I about "taxation without represen For Tax Assessor.I low blood to bo introduced into the wonty-livo; years of that time I was a "," ,
tation." How about the man who hereby announce myself a candidatefor body politic, to glvo; me their generous gioat Hiiffeutr from general debility and J. A. 1I.UTK11SETTE ;.

would have to pay his wife's poll tax? Tax Abscxsor of Urevwrd County, support, now and ut tile primaries lioart disease.. For fifteen years I tried lw )[AN.\Oill.: '

" Florida, subject to the dccUion of the O. 1'" ENSEY. to quit, but couldn't. I took various

The use of Hall's Hair Renewer Democratic primary election. I will remedies, others. "No-To-Bac; ," "
promotes among va'aays .mw'n, @ sS s# mrh t t Open Ail The Year.
thank friends for their
| the growth of the hair, and restore my support. "The Indian; Tobnoco Antidote," "Don b Id ti whs 1 ''I''SP1 }I
;,. I its natural color and beauty, frees JOHN IIE RY. r ICI 11 I 'Q tl I Ir
High GlassCarpetings ble l Chloride of bold, etc., etc., but 1h I P 'q VII LJ;1' I p1' p
1 the scalp of dandruff, tetter, and all impurities. none of thorn. did me tho least bit of v ,' t1
,;, 4i v I ;I. 'i Only a few minutes
For Treasurer. good.( Finally, however, I purchased a ao li Illhll hrdllrl i b Iq rpl dnuro I.. 1 II iIInI i I I u i" walk from
" < Unllway sta
box of your "Baco-Curo, and it has
,u', Mosquitoes have appeared In England. BY the advice of some of my numer entirely cured me of the habit in all Its Iml I ,y lions. and Steamboat landJUlll. -
Perhaps the London will friends, I announce myself as a forms, and I have Increased thirty I e'e' IlltfS.t'fvi
, newspapers candidate for County Treasurer, to be pounds In weight and am relieved from <)n tint luniks of tlufarfamed .j
now make allowances for us. voted for at the next county election, all the numerous aches and pains of == Sie'M +1% Indian Ulver. '

and will thank my friends for their sup body and mind. I could write a quire
A Jollet young man did the square port. Respectfully, H. E. CLARK of paper upon) my changed feelings and UNnSrR: : :N'EJ'VV': :J.\fX..ELN.ELC -I7MI7NT.OYEZ : ::: ,

tiling by shooting himself first. After CIIR. F. FISCHER. condition.
... .. .
Yours respectfully I' II. MAitnuuv n. -- --
Unit he wasn't able to shoot her.Klieumotlam .
Pastor C. 1'. Church, Clayton, Ark '
For Tax Collector.I 38 West Bay St. : -: : O :eLE'r'O ;
which Is caused by an Sold by all druggists at $1.00)() per box ; ,
acid in the blood, is cured by the use of hereby announce myself as a candi- three boxes (thirty days' treatment),
Ayer's :Sarsaparilla External treatment date for re-election to the office of Jacksonville Florida, .2.1>0, with ironclad: written guarantee, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
IK of no avail. Until the blood thoroughly Tax: Collector, subject to the decision of or sent direct upon receipt of pilna. .
cleansed of all impurities, It l is the Democratic primary election. Announces the opening of his :Spring Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka

useless to the of disease Respectfully Chemical Mfg Co. La Crosse WIs.
expect cure any yours. Stock of select and exclusive of ,
lias cured others, will cure you. E. W. HALL. patterns and Boston, Mass; .

fine grade Carpetings and :Mattings LnSrir ; It., 1

The longest recorded hair growing on eafiiesN Cannot 1m Cured ;
For Attorney. Rugs and Shades In all sizes and colors
the female head was 8 feet. The longest

recorded beard was 12 feet. I hereby announce myself as a candidate Send for Samples and. Prices, and yon By local application as they cannot,
for the office of County Attorney -
reach the diseased of the
will be portion ear.
subject to the action of the pleased.
Talk may be cheap, but the Bell Tele- Democratic primaries.R. There Is only one way to euro deafness, ,:
find that is constitutional remedies.
phone has declared another
company just FREEMAN HALL.
Deafness Is can Mod by an inflated condition
extra vldend.-Clevelaud Leader.
AWNINGSFor of the mucous lining of the Eustachian 'J

For County Clerk. Tube. When this tube Is In-
llumod you have a rumbling/ sound or
TURF TOPICS. I again offer myself as a candidate for your Store or Residence. Imperfect hearing, and when it Is entirely

re-election to the office of County; __ _ __ closed deafness Is the result, and unless ,
Brown Hal the pacing ire, whose Clerk, subject to the decision of the _______ n. _____ the inllamntlon\ can bo taken out,

pacing record is 3:13): has an authenticated Democratic primary election. THE FASHION PLATE. and this tube restored to Its normal condition I "

trial of a :31 at the trot. .- A. A. STEWART.For hearing will be destroyed forever;

John Dickerson has bought from Bndd Not in years have the beautiful jet nine casnK out of ten are by catairli, t

Doble Guy tell. 8-year-old by Axtell, County Clerk. garnitures beeu us varied and attractive which Is nothing but an Inflamed condition -
of the '
mucous sin ,
dam by Guy Wilkes, and hid dam for M they are this season. "
announce myself' a candidate for We will give one hundred dollars for '_
$3,000. I county clerk of Brovard county, Nearly all of the latest coiffures show any deafness (caused by catarrh) that 1 \ ;

The Cleveland papers say that Little subject to the action of the Democratic the hair dressed low, very much like the cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Coolest and most pleasantly located hotel for tho summer months. Thor ..

Brown Jug 3:11: %, onoe a famous paoer primaries, and respectfully solicit the Laugtry former days. Send for circulars; free.F. oughly relltted and elegantly furnished. Klovator.: All modern Impiovements. G
is now drawing a popcorn wagon in support of all voters. The closely woven but medium weigh J. CHENKY & Co., Toledo, O.BySold I
the Forest City. J. E. FULTZ. wools are the very best fabrics for utility : by all druggist, 7';;o. On. tho American and European Plan.Kates .
Spruce Bluff, June 18, '00. '
Bnlda, 9:08), is now cropping alfalfa : gowns for the winter and early :-From ftOcts per day and upwards. Hpoctal by tho week, and to Commercial 1

in ber native California pastures, but For County Treasurer.To spring. men. Only hotel that the electric cars pass to.and from depot.

will the be again placed in racing conditionfor the Voters at the Democratic Primaries The tendency everywhere in fashion' Johnson Law & Co CRAPO & LeVENE, Proprietors. .i
coming season. domain is toward bright conspicuous ,?, '
The : colors for trimming on hats and bonnets, ___ __ __ .___ _h ___ ,__,_ __ _. '0 _,_ .. .. __ ..___.___,_ __ ___.. _,__
new sale mart at Lexington, Ky., offer candidatefor
hereby myself ntt a.
now being built by John D. Creighton I re-election to the office of Treasurer as well as on gownlloChlUlgeable PRACTICAL ENGINEERS ....Open all the Year Round.... PARK COTTAGE'
nd W. R. Brssfleld will be 400 feet of Brevard County. I refer or chameleon effects in ,

long and 60 feet wide. record during the past; and, if elected ilks, fancy satins and silk and wool

Howard Phillips, who trains James will give to the duties of the office the mixed fabric will continue to be very 4

Gordon Bennett's European trotters, has same diligent attention and watchfulcare largely represented among spring im. COMPLETE ELECTRIC LIGHT .Seaside Inn. West Palm Beach, . Florida. ;(

gone to Genoa Italy. The bay mare as In Your the past.obedient servant, portatlons. PLANT EQUIPMENTS. .

Quiz, 2:1934: Mr. Bennett's last purchase Fancy ribbon come in for a large '
accompanied him. hare in the dress garnitures, especiallyon On tho >Ocorm Bench at Boarding by the Day or Week.
It is reported that the St. Louis Jockey evening toilets, and the same gir TO WATER POWERTor

club will secede from the western turf For Sheriff. dies, loops and floating ends worn las SEABREEZE FLORIDA $1.50: to :$2.00: per day during; sup mer. '
Running Dynamos, Fans, Etc.
congress and rna an independent association announce myself a candidate season appear again. ,

like Washington park, recognizing Thereby office of Sheriff of Brevarc Some of the more youthful gown of: Electrical andMachinery Many attractions. and) Improvements FINE VIEW OF :TIIK LAKE -* >
only ruling off for fraud. County, Florida, subject to the actionof velvet have narrow folded belts of the

Ramapo, Helen Nichols Hugh Penny the ask primary the elections of and fellow respect cittzens. lame as a finish for the round waist, aDd Supplies have been added! to tliii, the most pop ....OPEN THE YEAR AROUND....
and others of the Duke & Wishard stable fully support my M the buckle is very small it i* often of Furnished. ular hotel of the East Coast
of American race horses have reached JOS. P. BROWX. finest gold inlaid with real gem Tile beautiful, wide, smooth beach Isunsurpasiied O. HOWES, Proprietor.

England in good shape and are now Point Fla. May 12 '00. There 1* a great variety and mad 61 West Forsyth St.,
lately City, for driving and bicycling.The .
quartered in Newmarket.
glitter about the dressy gown this sea Jacksonville Florida.ROYALTANSY.PILLS I
Colonel North, the nitrate king, experienced I son. Sequins, fringes, band and arabesqnes surf bathing and fishing In both Jacksonville's Hew Fire-Proof Hotel.

a very bard year on the turf For Tax Assessor.I of spangled silk cords adorn ocean and Halifax River are excellent. S

of 1893. He led the winning owner in hereby announce myself as a candi- nearly every new gown or fancy waist
1891, but last year his stable won only date for re-election to the office of of the winter. HATES: '2.00 PElt DAY Hotel Geneva

about ',&1,000. which did not pay bis Tax Assessor of Brevard county, subject Cape and coats promise) to be equally Special lUtes by the Week.H. ,
expenses to the action of the primary elections blYE1IY. :NKVKttrAiL*.
Soliciting the support of all, I remain favored a* spring wraps. It will be v,ndWb.._. Mid...*(.r.lj.f turnup. F. STEWART, Proprietor. Cor. r..r.yth and Cedar ate,
It., .alp o* DAlnfiil
merely a matter of choice between a
your obedient servant, .Now o*.d tow ov r S* .Jacksonville Fla. '
and In.l.onue .. :.... Is.. ,
J. F. WOOTEN. loose, flowing garment one trimly
Money Made In a Minute.I t1.JlZW. d.. ....N.m. I
fitted. Many new tailor costumes will '* par box, >n>.ll bo.Ii. HOTEL MELBOURNE Modern Improvements, Bathe, etc., on
In |.l.!a wrapper. 'e.ndu lit Every loor. Gas snit Electric I
have a coat or cape matching the waist .
I have not made less than sixteen della )- For Sheriff. and skirt.-New York Post .Swl o. M4nYCYVERIIECL i Lights, Passenger EUvntor. Artistically
a / ,
tai. in.
any day while selling Centrifugal ana
announce myself as a candi Elegantly Fur ,
make] Cream Freezers. Anyone should Thereby the office of Sheriff of Bre bold: by J. H. Screven, only. MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. nished. .'. ... ,
from five to eight dollars a day ward County subject to the Democratic Tlivr* Im JI_ ,

jelling a day cream selling and freezers from seven as It to Is ten such dol-awonder primaries, and ask the support of my "Maria," said Boggle to his wife Open all the year round. Good Fillh. Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00. jir jirW..klt
friends. B.t.s on Application.MpMlal
with idea of her in
many au instructing
there Is always a crowd wanting HENRY T. TITUS. poll WHEN YOU f Ing, Hunting and Yachting. Hates, Hates for the Sumn.... '. ,
leal "do know
You economy, yea what civil .'
jrearu. can freeze cream elegantly and
$;l.W upwards.
minute and that astonishes people service is?" FEEL. SHAKY ED. L. OWENS, Prop.

so they all want to taste It, and then For Sheriff. "Jasper," said Mr. Boggle, with WHY NOT THY Proprietress, Mn". C.J. HKCTOB.jTAMPS : -,
;many of them buy freezers as the cream memory of recent contact with the> ..
smooth and perfectly frozen. Every TIIBOUGII the earnest solicitation of cook, "there isn't any "-IUustrated I) cc a BATHING THE TEAS R&UN3
freezer Is guaranteed to freeze cream J. numerous friends and fellow-cltl: Monthly. INTERSMITHSTHE
perfectly ln one minute. Anyone can cen, I take pleasure In announcing myself ___ R BBR WHY NOT HAVf JlW'.HK
;fil Ice cream and the freezer sells Itself. : as candidate for the office of Sheriffof Tb. rppreelau. __"..I.r."Oh. r'UNf' 8'i l : jJft ":'
j My sister makes from ten to fifteen dollira Brevard county at the ensuing Demo of coarse know yon think mOIl TKNKILSIEALS H. -.' [] > -Hi F ..\ 'a.J'ffN1fl'1".t
a day. J. F. Casey 4 Co., 1143 St. cratlo primary elections, promising In of the time that your baby is the most BRA 5'TE 1 ..
Charles! street St. Louis, Mo., will mail the event of my election a full, fair and wonderful thing in the world"- of,. pew 'rnana' flA.

J<">work'full particulars and make free lots, of so you money can any go said Impartial office.administration I respectfully of ask the duties the sup-of ".Mo t of the time? I think so all the MEDIOINKOf KNOWN MERIT.SOLD 20 MILES DT BEACH rOHAPLAHfl'.UNOI!!
where, as with -one freezer you can port and encouragement, not only of my time. .V./fYWH.. S BIGGEST PLAN
make friend but of all good Demo- "You don't I Even In loci Spoilt y..eurar at Coronmlo Mode..
a hundred gallons of cream a day, personal ay your
wrHU" A Oo. OU'."' *.ttv. ; IN THE SOUTH
or Jrats. DAVID S. BRYAN.Eau moment ?" Cincinnati rate rates solid comfort cstentatlou
ifgyou wish they will hire you on a Enquirer. QaatR. moire re. no
ftallie, Fla., May!), 1W. good fishing) good cooking.: ,
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!II Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers KNTintTAINMKNT<: AT SKA- Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report

I')'t for Sale. UItEEZ<:. THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM 1:

t II, Egyptian Queen, Golden I I
P i I,J: Queen, Porto loco, Smooth Cnyolino niul I "The Little Rebel" was the title of an VAI Baking
lied Spanlith.. Apply to amusing and laughable/ little play given Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
t I j' ,: MAIMIOCK & MATTHAMS, at the Seaside Inn on Saturday nightliwt.
q There was a large and enthusiastic
"Palm Hunch Pinery, LOANS REAL
A .:.a''"t, Wont I'll 1m Beach, Fla. attendance and everyone spoke In high PowderB3 LAW, ESTATE.We .
,,'.tl"f."; praise of those who took part In the; 3

,, i I tr t ';. I SlIi! >'* and Sucker for Sale.Pineapple play.Mrs.. Davidson as Mrs. WIngrove, the PDRE have for sale a large list of carefully
' j lovely young widow, was excellent, and
, -- .-._-- ._._
It! the manner In which she carried out her -- -- selected Indian River Properties.
and suckers delivered
slip, -
} part called for loud applause. :ro.; Jupiter 4 8 Sebastian 2
d anywhere on I Indian River at $0.00 Miss May Davidson received quite an 8. New River 1 0 Fort Pierce 1 Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Liru
1. per 1,11110.ddrl'H" : ovation for her*perfection in her role of 7. Miami 1 10) Eden 1 Canal and Transportation Co.
HK.N.I. ][(0 4' Wavvland, Fla. Laura Wingood very bright, Irrepressible Moved and carried that the Senatorial 11 Fort Drum 1
I and charming young lady, just convention be held at West Palm Beach 12 Narrows 2 CANAL' LPiloTLl S.
i : home from school. at 12 noon, and that the secretary furnish 13 Georglana 1
! I f 1, Fancy IMiies. Mis Parkinson, aa Kitty, the servant the county papers with these proceed- 14 Merritt :3 Florida: Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway COlD
.r' maid, did some good acting, which showed Ings. 15 Canaveral 1 Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co, pan i
( ;' Very finest .Smooth Cayenne and she was no novice In that line. FKBD. MORSK:, B. R. WILSON:< Itt Ilaulover 1 and other Low Priced Lands. ,
,, 1 Abakka pineapple plants. Prices on Captain Douglas and Mr. J. K. Aitken Secretary Chairman. 17 Spruce Blurt 1
I I I application to were certainly well received, for they 18 Ankona 1 Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
it J. & F.1i M.TYLKR did good justice to the parts allotted 19 Mlcco 1
;'' \ Fort Pierce Pinery. them. NOTICE. 20 Banyan 1 Titusville. Florida.
'I \: In addition to the above there wan a Whereas, at a meeting of the Democratic 21 White City 1
violin solo by Miss Her Bond, of Palatka, Committee of the 13th Senatorial 22 Woodley 1 -.-=
r F,4 1 Fancy IMiieupnle Plant' accompanied on the pianoforte? by Miss\ District of Florida held In Titnsvilie, FOR DADS COUNTY.
',t Lucas, which was much appreciated.A Florida, on the 28th day of July, 180(1( 1 St. Lucie 2 : Fred S. Chaffee &

t: I Abbaka and. Egyptian queen slips and \ \ recitation Caldwell,"Home of Uartow, Sweet, Home was very, bytHH senatorial pursuant to convention notice, it was be ordered held at that West a' 2 Lake Worth 0 Co
; suckers and Porto Rico Klips. Prices onapplication Palm 3 Lemon City 3 1J 1
/ laughable, and much enjoyed. Beach, in said district, on Tuesday -j 3
4 Cocoanut Grove
to "Little Alabama Coon," a solo by lit tho 1st day of September next, for
W. OoiiiioN) Bitow.v, tie :MlHH\ Fay Stewart, was well rendered, the purpose of nominating a Democratic 5 Jnplter 4 FRED S. CHAFFEE, "TDSYILLE FU
Hobo :Sound; Flit. II New River 1
Pi : ,
b and the received was loud, candidate for the Senate, in and for said 1 Registered Pharmacist. .
long, and decidedly genuine. district at the ensuing, election; 7 Miami
bre4t For Sal, The entertainment concluded with alanne. Therefore take notice that such con The various precinct committees will A Complete Assortment of
e4t/ vention will be held please send names of delegates elected to
There was a large/ number of thet'oung at West Palm Beach
folks of Daytona, Seabreeze and on the day above named, at 12 o'clockp. to the district convention to the secretary PURE DRUGS and
Druggists Sundries
tJ ( : Common and fancy pineapple plants other places present, and they "tripped m. It was further ordered that the of this committee, so they may appear -I ->
Forty< acres to select from. Lemon and the fantastic" various the making of the roll of
light to their heart's content precinct managers, appointed by upon up
( I. other citrus trees.JAMKH until 12 o'clock midnight. Mrs. tho county committees of Dade and Dro- delegates. -.S Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude a<-
; IR>r..MKt*, >uvld on kindly presided at the piano, vard counties respectively, be authorizedto FKKD'K. S. MousE, B. R. WH.BOS,
Jensen, Fla.rineannlo and. Hhe played with extreme precision hold the Senatorial:; primaries for the Sec'y., Miami, Fla. Chairman.California's WWe give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
hroiighout the evening giving much choice of delegates to said conventionIn

1 Slip for Sale. pleasure resent. to the many lovers of terpslchorej recommended their respective that precincts the Senatorial; and it was pri We want your trade. Give us a trial,1I

i I t ,v On the whole, those who attended the maries be held on the same day that the Finest" Claret I Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfumer.,
11 .1 have a choice lot of Abakka. Smooth entertainment at the Seaside Inn on Saturday county primaries' are held In the respective Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
ns 1, Cayenne and Golden Queen slips andluckel's night last enjoyed themselves very counties $2.75; per dozen. W. B. Dawsou Jacksonville Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamp
1 / for early delivery much-as also did an ADVOCATE repre It was also ordered that the various Fin.SURF .
,t? Write fur prices sentative.ItKPOItT! precincts In said Senatorial district shall ,
JOHN P. COOK, be entitled to representation as follows,
( Fort' Pierce, Fla. OP SENATORIAL to-wit :- Ed. BRAY:: ,

,,1 CONVJ2NTION.TITUHVII.LK No. District. Delegates. Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
+ Fancy" Pineapple PlantH., 1 LaGrange/ 4: ,
:, FLA., July 28, 00. 2 Tltusvllle 8
i j hardy, vigorous, grown! without shot Pursuant to call, the Senatorial Committee ::1< City Point :2 I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

f Icr. l'ricoeon\ application to for the 13th Senatorial District of 4 Rocklcdge :3 E''TA'' >B' ''SH : > Staple Ac ITtiiiey O-rocerie, Fruit
I E. C. B. TVNI AI.I., Flol'ldlwnK called 5 Eau Gallle 4II
''3r m 27n'ar'tmo' Waveland, Fla.Pineapple 1<'111., at 2 o'clock to p.order m., by at Tltusvllle B. R. (I Melbourne :2 JACKSONVILLE FLA And Food ProductsOf

tY; l'I Wilson, chairman. Present: B. R. Wilson 7 Malabar 1 All Kinds. Also My Stock of

U. S. Hardee_for himself and holding .
Seed Meal
--- Grain Bran Cotton
I Plantation For Salt, Hay
? : I proxy for U. J. Hector, and Minor 8. ,
Cheap. Jones holding proxy for J. R. Carter for Ground Food and Wheat.I .
t ', Urevard county, and Fred S. Morse : CBEST.. .,/ am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above lintel
Located on Indian River, Florida,,. and Minor S. Jones, with proxy for F. Goods.( I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
,' ,, Fur description and terms, nddresa, S Dewey for Dade county. your patronage. Very truly
1, I Box 14, Melbourne Beach, Fla. On motion, Fred. S. Morse was made. SEA BREEZE, :IE3. L. :aEl.ADY.
t secretary of the committee. This comfortable, airy house on the Bench, opposite Daytona, is open all the
4 ''I J Moved and carried that Tuesday, Sep year 'round. The many, attractions that are offered by 13 miles of a hard, smooth
ABBAKA Slips. tember 1st, 181)11, be the day for holding Beach. Moderate Rates. Good table. Artesian water. Central location-being
.... the
Convention to
nominate only a few minutes walk from bridge and postoffice. Excellent fishing In river
senator for Hrovard and Dade
Smooth Cayenne Suckers, Red Spanish! Moved and carried that tile counties.conven and ocean. :Surf: Bathing all the year 'round.

I :. from liomo- tlou ordered to be called be SYDNEY HAIGH, i
Slips healthy, vigorous a convention r r / r
' t (, > grown plant! for sale In any of delegates from the various voting Sea Breeze p. o., Fla. ( a I
quantity.} Write for pliers' etc. ; districts of the 13th Senatorial DIstilct .
THOMAS A ELDRED, and that the delegates to( said convention
' ,i r Ankoim, Fla. be elected directly from said
voting district. And wo recommend STANTON[ HOUSE.I .
that the various district primaries for The Indian River la very attractive at this point; splendid fishing,eto. The land Is slel'l01l1dJLI'te.1 ) .
the election of such delegates be held I to Pineapples and other Fruits and Is situated at Ankona Just north of the celebrated
ABBAKA. on Herman Grove. The J.,St.A.& I. R.3 R'y runs through the property. ,making shipping facllltlm
... the 13th day of August for Brevard, and ma=- D. J. JONES, Proprietor. 1 unsurpassed. For particulars,address the owner
on the llth day of August for Dade ARTHUR D. PERKINS, New Haven ConnED
Slips and Suckers For Sale. county. And we recommend that the

managers managers of of the the county Senatorial primaries the Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms to

W' i;, a Red :Spitulxh: In tiny iuintlty.<| Prices Moved and carried that the qualifications : : iIARD: : S ILI1VGOoooa. -....
y i on application.\ SAEUKU llltOS., of voters for the Senatorial primaries I II Y Families.
o f Ankonit, Fla. be the same as those prescribed F10x-l.d.a
4 '?1 r ty for the county primaries, by the county ,
committees of Dade and Bro/ard, res Two Minutes Walk from Central .. .
DEALER INWood ... .

NIU ; SLIPS and SUCKERS. pectively.Moved and carried that the ratio Depot, Metallic
in said convention shall CHATTANOOGA TENN.
bo one delegate to every ten votes or th
--" --
Fancy..... fractional part thereof over live, cast for -
the democratic candidate for congress in Coffins and Gaskets
t 1 the various precincts at the last congressional Phoenix
Home-Grown Varieties...... election, and that every newly] The St. Augustine Cycle Co. __ l-:
established precinct In the district shall Union
have delegate. Under this rule Zino jind Copper lined, cloth covered I U
one It l is wood caskets. This department under
,: FOR SALE.ABBAKA. determined that the various voting districts = Diamond Has the best line of wheels I the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using the
throughout Urevard ,mid Dade most Improved methods of embalming. All orders by mall or wire receive prompt\
': counties shall( have respectively the following = and sundries in the state. All attention. EDWARD STIUNO,
I PORTO RICO. number of delegates, to-wit : a Excels Cocoa Indian River Fla.
4 Kinds of bicycle repair work
GOLDEN QUEEN. No. District. Delegates. and other Ladies neatly done.

and 2. Titusville, H and Gents in Stock. F. W. BEERS, Prop.

3. City Point, 2 _.. .
: RED SPANISH, 4. Kockledgu, 3 ---
n. Eau Gallie, 4ii. JEOUO MAHX. JOHN MARS Lesley c4c Benaker
(I. Melbouine ,

I 8.7. Sebastian Malabar, 2 1 TVIARX: :H<>S9 Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies,

Lake Worth, Fla. 1)). .Fort fierce, 1 Wholesale Dealers In- Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont. -

rr Coriespondenco' Solicited.WK 11.10. Eden Fort: ,Drum, 1 I Groceries: : Fruit: and: :E=':rod."\Lee. A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.

12. Narrows, :3 I 131 and 133 KtMt Hey Street and 93 and 93 Newnan Street Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall
13. Georgians, 1 JA ol: .fsonviii" i Florida orders. Cash must accompany your order. L.OSLEY& RENAKER,Titusville,Fla.
14. Merritt, :3
15. Canaveral. I

10. Ilaulover,, 117V ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton State and International Exposition" / ,
Spruce) BlulT, 1 Atlanta,Ga., lees

1 18. Ankonn, 1 TO us know what: you have In the way of Fruit and Vege-
10. Mlcco\
V. : rvKpcctifully) solicit\ consignments 20. Banyan. 1 tables. Returns )prompt and sure. Wo supply the beat Seed Potatoes and Cow TREG. H. HAMMOND COMPANY
of fruits and vegetables from down-river: 21. White City, 1 I'cnu.) Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries. ,

parties In small lots, such as melons, as.: : Woodley, 1 MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .

i pineapples, grapes) and all othor fruits FOB BABE COUSTY.
11 and vegetables. Wo will guarantee remittance 1. St. Lucie 2 PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.Hammond

on day of sale. 3.2. Lake Lemon Worth City :A i HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ? .

i+ AVEKA GROCERY" CO., 4. Cocoanut Grove :3 Ind., South Omaha Neb., Chicago, 111*

Titusville, Fla.Sheriffs Salesrooms, 231 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
) If not, don't you thlnk'you ought to have one ? I have got the Five Minute

HOME GROWN White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, at the following prices, via : Low
...... Special Prices on Canned Meats.Write
1 quart at.$ 1.30: each. .
f ,! :3 quart at . .'. 1.50\ each.
< ,t Pineapple Slips 3 quart at. 1.80 each. : ; 1& tor Pr1ce&
i 4 quart at. . . . :d.30 each.
i'' \ _Sale. and Suckers. These prices are only good until the stock Is exhausted. Keep. your eye on --
.. ; this Bargain Column.
; TTNDKR.: snot by virtue of an exoimtlon, sneil .
U out of the County Court fur llmvard county LANDS for Lemons Grape Fruit & Pineapples
wherein, I\mlthL tu a! cortain Lyon *oaiiM Field then were depending complainant Of the .following Varieties THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART :

1 t *and 8. H. _y wa defendant,I have levied IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES. FLORIDA.In .
1 upon and will sell al public outcry In front of FOR SALE .
'"Ii the court house door at Tltuavllle Florlila, :
for Soil Tread.
Monday the 7th day of aepteuiber, ItKM, to Sandy Having 3-inch * order to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits In the Counties named tIle
.}; the blgheit and beet bidder for ash the following ibbaka Porto Rico Egyptian
o .i I described" rest estate, belonging to the Queen, FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY Redaction
j defendant, to-wlti Golden FOR SALE BY o CO. win, for the nest 9 months make a
Beginning' at a point M feet ut of the south.west Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth
corner of lot 10L block F, of the town of Twenty-Hie Per Cent on Price of Its Lands In Above Counties,
Tltuavllle. u LeBaron'a map thence from Cayenne, Pernambuco, aDd EDWARD STILING.... ....... ....... .
said startingpnint !to east along north aide K UNTIL DECEMBER 13th, IStBt!
<>f Main street 40 feet, thence north HO feet to Red r:r For terms and Prices apply, to
I the north boumlary. line of lot 8 of ...lcl block r. Spanish. The Lumber Hardware 'and Paint also a goal D. C. SUTTON
thence west 44 feet,thence south W feet to the :: ;, Garden Barrows w or W. H- MOSES West. Palm Beach, FI\:
place of beginning!:, being a portion I of Iota No. Apply to G. C. MATTIIAMS, C. YALENTL.'iE, Fort Lauderdale> Fla.
5 and 10 of block K,of the town of Tltuivtlle. suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers 3-1 n. tread; A size largersuitable F. S. :MORSE, :Miami
JA8.. BOWMAN.. Florida Pineapple Company, for Pineapple Plantations, 0-1 In. tread. Fla

r, jul3lpt Sheriff Brevard Co. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. COCOA, Indian River FLORIDA. JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commi Bioner FL., \.

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