Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00043
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: September 11, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00043
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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:13. No. 5. TITUSVILLE, FLA, FRIDAY SEPT. 11 isoe. Price, 5c.


LOCAL NEWS -A store In one of the most advantageous Itcml This Column Carefully. There IA a store to rent In tho AltVOOATK If you need any Job printing, wo -Tho Hoard of County Commissioners

positions In Tltnsvllie is l now for block, suitable for a furniture, shall bo plenum! to gut u shaiv of It. had tlwlr l'I'Jtllllu'II1Nttlnjl. week,

|JIll Topic of General Interest. rent. Apply to Robbins A Graham, or J3T": As an advertising: medium, no dry goods, or millinery and dress-making; arnportol which will bo \published In .

Chas. II. Walton, Titusvllle, Fla. paper on the East Coast can boat the establishment. The only storo for rent -Wo regret to learn that Mrs. Jj M. our next issue Another' meeting will ho

AHVOCATK. Give us a trial advt. In Titusvlllo. Apply nt tho AUVOCATF. Dixon has boon quite sick this week, hold next :Monday to transact election

'I"ty..n.' General Oonulp In connectionLlthBlnoayne Mr. J. H. D. and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth. office. and trust to hoar of her speedy uroveiy.Mr. business
Hey take Worth Indian, Smith, of Eau Oalllo, 1
and Halifax Rivers, Key Went passed through here, Tuesday, on his J. C. Jones, who hllIIt'cn -:MeN\ ..r*. Pnrrott, Buckwlthnnd Ooff,
Lnil jlHimnft nil other Important Points. along; the way to Jacksonville.Mr. Capt. C. F. Fischer Is again In town tgandingseveral/ days In various down of the F. F.. 0 J. Ity., returned to St. August -

Cowtt of Florida. Itrlef mention of C. : LOOAI. AI>VTS. Ten Cents Per Line, Per after nn absence of several dajH down river! points, returned to town YU..tN"dny. Inn from their trip\ to ti html last.
Kurt; Mackey of G. O.
mnnagcr; the liver.
Week Saturday" Trulllo Heckwith
this front
liit..nttlnff vents from Various I'artiif Springer's works at Cocoa, was a visitor on ( ) pngo.; Manager
[ the World I About People You Know to town on Tuesday, -A number of communications \>ero =rime announcement of :\h'. L. D. was very much pleased with this, binfirst

Lnil People You nun't Know-ricked IIEADQUAIIrEns for Singer sowing) ma- received too late for Insertion In this l.uckwoIllI, of Melbournefor tux collector \ trip,,on> tho lower East Count '

Lp' by our Society. Editor and a large staff Mims-Mrs.spent A. from D. Penney and little gill; of chinos. W. R. Knox, agent! Titusvlllo.MONKV. week's Issue. on tho Republican ticket, will bo -Mrs. J<:. L. Brady expects to leave

of Correspondent nonttered. along the in town with Mrs.Saturday W. N. until Monday. -Col. I). I.. Gaulden mid son, I.cSiionr, found on our sth page. hole to-morrow Tennessee on A visitto
};..t Count of Florida.it Ilendry.Mr. left I for Jacksonville yottterd.iy: to bo Thoru will bo about four oanillilatos her mother) and wilt probably go to
Chas. Gaillard, of the F. E. C. We wantlnonoy to loan on first absent a conplo of days.Crtpt. Atlanta cal! other places while away.
real for the office of clerk amid two or three
I.. C. & T. Co., line been spending few estate mortgages. Ton percent Mrs. Brady will be gone. about two
: If you receive a sample: copy of days In St. Augustine this a free of all expenses to lender D. L.Gaulden A. T. Polluter returned from for that of marshal at tho comliiK town 111<>11 1.1111.
lie, ADVocATE, It la an Intimation that returned to Miami; week. He Titusvlllo. his electioneering tour down the river election. :So mo of tho would-bu otlli-lalM. i

I would give us pi on sure to add your on Wednesday. yesterday, looking well ".'oastellMr. ." have started canvassing/ for votes. -TintTitusvlllo sUvor club field I i u

[ to our fast-increasing lint of sub- Monday last being; Labor Day the meeting on Monday( night./ Another
imo Urn}:'!' Root Boer-tho groat summer and Mrs. Robt. Glndwln, after a -Rov. A. D. Penney preached nt tho
three post office was closed. will bo l held on \Moiufay night next at :S
iibers.' It does not cost Rather ,: :
you strangethe ; It'lnk-at F. S::>, rhaffeu & Co's. pleasant stay In town of a week or so returued Methodist church, Sanford, last Sunday.
bank did not o'clock to which both Illlllt, and
Included when
tnU per week (postage ) suspend operations on to Jacksonville last Saturday Ho ha accepted the charge of that ? gnnllo- ,
kken by the year, and It can be Kent to that occasion. We presume their office church and will hol.lllervico there lime!, al'lIt cordially invited. Prominent
(oil In any part of the United States or boy must be forgetful.Mr. SINGER' machine attachments suppliedby -Adult* can now view the ostrichesat ,. everySunday. speaker! are- expected on this oumuilon.Among .

without extra W. It. Knox Titusvllle.PAINTOFF Col. TIDiii's pUco) at Courtenay for ,
anada expense. agent,
H. E. Bemis the visitors to townthis
writing the Anvo- 23 cents each, and children at half price.Mr. -Mr. and Mrs.. J. O. Walton Mr. C.H. many !
CATS from Mohonk week< wo notteml' Thos. Robinson
Lake, N. Y., says: and Claude Walton who havo ,
JOB PRINTING at this office. "I have been In constant receipt of your for removing all kinds of \ Stanley Jones, son of Judge M. Walton the week, at Asbu- City 11duthen.; : W.MauKonsie) Caimv-
;r pink paper, and have found very muchto paint from all kinds of surfaces with I S. Jones, Is now a member of the Ford boon enjoying loft past for Chattanooga oral; A. L. IIl\tcb. City Pt. ;,, Hoimtun,

challenge my Interest." out burning.: :See:> ad. on 2nd page. I Fishing Co., with headquarters at Eau vlllo, N. C., today days. KauCMllo: ; J. I>. CraMv OI"; 1".. W.

_Applications for membership in the Mr. F. T. Send for circulars toSOUTIIEAHTKHN Gallle. Tonn., to IIponl11few Hall, :Sthivrpes: ;John Iltonry. Melbourne

ItiiKvillo Tennis Club should be made Miami- Friday last Budge, to came take up charge from of PAINTOFF Co., -1Ilr Howell Titus and little girl, Cashier C. S. Schuylor, of the Indian Uonclk-;; (J.' I). lliovost,, J. N. Chulker,
St. Fla. and Boston. River State Bank, and little mm Carl, LotusW.;: H. bIIut1'll0L R..D. 1'lko.' Jousou -
i> Chas. II. Walton, secretary.Mr. his store at this place during; the absenceof Augustine, Lena, after several months' absence In
left her on Monday for a month's stay ; Ihm 1\lIIlor.UI\Y vlen.; (!. Hnr-
Mr. D. B. Kern Cal. returned lust
R. F. Hall left here Monday, for Prltchard, who left Saturday City, to town In New York. Geo. B. Riimph j IU doe, :Sebastian:! ; Jl. F.: Wootenf Cocoa.MliiMtrat .
last for a month's vacation In TImE Indian River hotel barber has :Saturday.:
own-river point, on a business trip. New York. In the bank during Mr. :Sohuylei':> nbsonco. >>-
the bent workman In the county. Woguarantee Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold ,
-Mr. F. O. Williams, our genial stator satisfaction to all our cus TI1o- Entertainment.
divine service the 13th
-Capt. T. W. Lund took the Clyde on Sunday: next,
agent, spent a short time at Eau tomers. H. S. Meadow Messrs., M. Stanley Jones and J. A.
steamer Frederick De Dary from Boston prop. Inst., at the Episcopal church, at 11 a. m.
end of last week. assisted the Misses Wilkinson
lallie Gilbert by
to New York and '1 ::10 A fair audience the
on Tuesday. She will be : p. m. and Gilbert with Mosdaines! R. R. very greeted Ih'IIt111)oIOal'allOO
Capt. S. A. Bravo Is now In chargef thoroughly overhauled so as to make her Store to rent In Titusville. First- -Tho store building of Mr E. L. Hodgson, J. II. D. Smith and J. B. Gilbert of tho Titusvlllo Homo Mlnstu '; \

the steamer City of Key West, running usual trips during the winter season on class position. Suitable for a furnitureor Brady, at the corner of Washington and as patronesses, tmtortulnod thulr U-at thus, Op'ora; Haas lust Friday' "
ctween Key West and Miami.Mr. the St. John's River. dry goods store. Apply to Robbins &
Hutchlnson avenues. Is being paintedrod. friends In a pleasant way lit' Hotel du night, the affair being gotten up fur thu

'. W. n. Chambers, auditor of the -The Inspiring strains of our colored Graham. Messrs. Knox and Thomas are Nil, Sarno, last night, games, immlo and benefit of utin bI\BL, time
'lorida East Coast Railway has gone to band were cut short last Saturday night doing the work. dancing,: being Indulged, In.. Mr. J. G.Bast COonII"I.lnjC. ,

'armda to meet his wife and daughter. while the members were playing on the WIIKHF. to stop. See list of hotels on Mr. John Mason of VII'glnllagent of the Grand View hoUit, formerly sJVovt time tn, which the partUtpnuts had 1
street, through their baritone player our 7tli superintendent of I)n Nil, was an Invited te.preparethemselves for the occasion, J!
page./: I
been In
McKlnley and Hobart Club has of the U. :S.:> treasury department, was
rganized( at Miami of which J. S.: War- having a fit. Wonder if the music had town the first of tho week, on law bus! guest from this place. tho progrnaiiinu rendered wa very good, I

er is president, and W. M. Featherly, anything to do with It? You will find the best cigars In town at ness with M. Goldsmith Wo acknowledge _Mr. W. II. Young! the new bard and kept' the Ito,,_ In contraum! laughter

ocrctary.In -The young: people at the Mount Lesley & Ra.iakor's. a pleasant call. homier of the Tllusvlllo band, iinlvod with Its ninny j!>keK. M ng*. !dances etc.; f 'I
Pleasant House White Ohio lant Friday while M Mountains H. here from Plymouth, ,
held In town :Mr. D. C. Sutton of the land
the bicycle races department Mini and Isloalact 1
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gave a concert Thursday evening wblle much to time Joy of tho member' In a \ Cown'y
:aRt Saturday, Ernest Vanlandln ham I the orchestra was at Maplewond. They -It Is said that a Presbyterian university of the F. E. C. Lino, passed through short con vei'sat ton with him, Mr, Young did themselves justice in thulr res-.
tho his to West Palm Bunch last
on the five-mile and Wesley Joyner made plenty of noiRe, even If their selections will bo erected Miami within the here on way said he would endeavor make the noctlvo parts. Arbor tho performance,
no-milo event. :Saturday.: Mr. Sutton will ovo.'Ills connection in whtch Jule Knox and Sam Perkins
.were t'any pld thing'. next year or two. band an organisation of which thu whole
with the above In about
Last the West Adver- company would fuel proud and! our mule ,,,,toIl afrond men, sash Arthur Urown as
Key ,
-Miss Lucie Robinson, the charming -Miss Kitchtng: of Cocoa, has boon two months, having accepted tint dliectortmlp county Interlocutor) dancing
dn wan bya
entered the seventh of its wUb hint all HIIUHOSN :
mur upon year Bunts certainly!
daughter of Mr.C.A.Robinson few with friends at of the LouHluna! Agricultural x-
'oiirnalistlc existence. We wish It con- ono ofEden's spending a days : his effort. Ho mule his first appearance numborof people until about !I o'clock,
prominent pineapple growers, Oak Hill this week. periment Station the music being furnished Professor
cued prosperity.Mr. with the band last Friday night,: In the by
who has been spending a few days with -The work of opening: Jupiter Inlet, --Mr. W. M. Woodward's residence. In open air concert !given Just before the I ,Kroegar
W. W. Russell, of the Clncin- friends in Palatka, passed through bore which l is In charge of F. M. Cabot, commenced South Titusvlllo caught fire soon after minstrel onterUlnnmntiMr. !! Oethe, whole, the evening's amusement -

tutus Farms Sebastian, made Ills usual Friday laston, her way home. last :Saturday.: 1 p. m. yesterday. Fortunately, the Ire wait generally enjoyed by those lu

rip to Ormond on Saturday, returning Banker \V. M. Brown, after a few was extinguished before much damage F. A. Baylor, atnomborof a prominent atUadanoe.onU wo hope! it will not W

lome Monday afternoon. days' stay In town, returned to Miamion Assistant Passenger/: Agont J. D. was done, but the kitchen In which It llrm of oltictrlcul origlmiorx,: long before our townMI plo will 'again,:

-Attorney C. C. Chillingworth, of Monday. He took his violin with Rahner, of the Flaglor Railway spending started-probably from a gasoline: stove Reading: Pa., and! a friend of our genial h+,ve the opportunity of seeing the Titus-
short time In Atlanta. J. G. Bast In town
Mr. was
a hotel ,
West Palm Beach, who had been to him, so we presume Mlamites will have which had been left burning-was somewhat keeper, vulo Homo Mlnntrol on tho boards i
the end I of lust week "
undo on some law business, returned : the pleasure of hearing Mr. Brown In -Mrs. W. S. Norwood, of this place, charred, and some curtain, tablecloths for a short period the East The proceed of the entoiUlnment. '

home last.Friday afternoon. his musical capacity. "Music bath has been spending several days at City: etc, were destroyed.Mr. lie was and on a pleasure trip In his along admiration amounted to about .:$II.IM() ). ." o j'
the Point with her friend 3lrs. C. L. Const, was profuse '
charms, so saying lately '
Owing to some defect In the Eplsco- Faber.< J. H. Rollins, representing the of I Its pretty scenery and line benches,
al church electric light connections, -Mr. E. P. Branch, of Melbourne, Re- Mutual Reserve Fund Llfo Association( and said, ho had greatly; enjoyed) tho fishIng Huliool Jlmir 'Proceedings. ,,:

n-lilch prevented the lights from being publican candidate for the Legislature, -1\11' Geo. F. )>adell on, Eau< Gallle's who has been at West Palm hunch for and hunting at the various pliues. on -

med, no service was held there la Sun- will address the citizens of Titusvllle on popular lumber merchant, spent a coupleof some weeks past In the Interest of his the coast' where ha stayed. Mi.. Sayloi I The board
lay night. Friday evening, the 18th Inst., at the days In town with his parents the first business, was In town a short whllo on killed! an alligator during/ bin tour,. and of public Instruction com

courthouse at 7:30: p. in. His subjectwill of the week. Wednesday en route home to Orlando, took the skin baek with him na- trophyto pOKed of Messrs. A. L. Hatch, John

-Attorney W. I. Metcalf, of West be "A business view of the currency -Mrs. Smith-Turner of being called there by the lokno n of his IMI stuffed aril mounted.! Ills stoppedat Honry and Thos. Johnson, with SUI>t. J.
'aim Beach, gave the Advocate a pleasant All Invited.Mr. one our wife Mr. ]Rollins l is tho father of Mrs.S. \ Ormond and Daytona ,
question. are cordially St.: Augustine .
IJ;. Sums met
call on Friday last. He had been to valued lady subscribers, has loft Eden II. nail pleaHod with on Monday and Tuesdiwy to
Drlando on some law buisness before Geo. E. Coon, a prominent for Ruxton, Md., where the ADVOCATE Happersett. several days thatlie, was will MO probably return transact general business. The bin of >
Jensen pineapple passed follows her -It Is probable that a number of acres everything
Judge J. D. Broome. grower, Florida the comlnwlnto..w1th some teacher at Reams (white) JUtisea
to / ,
throuah hero. Monday on his to of land at White City will be planted out c
Little Miss Louise Brown, of Titus- ;Jacksonville, 'to spend a few days way with -Mr. and Mrs. F, M. Ironmonger and In ramie In tho near future, !Mr Gco. F lends, and visit tho lower portion of the Cocoa. Courteany and Mime wore paid

ville\ Fla., invited a few children to make his wife, who, we regret to learn, has children, who have been spending several Miles, president of the F. C. L. C, & 'r. East Comet He loft for horse last Saturday also for material for building schoolhouses
weeks with friends In New York have John's KEvurr to
the Ht. rout
nerry with her at "Jlillview" on Tues- via !
been sick for little time Co. St. Augustine: being the promoterof
quite some past. returned home to Jacksonville after avery at Arteslu (white) and Melbourne
lay afternoon.- Hartford Times New Jacksonville.
We trust to hear of her speedy recovery.It the scheme, which will be under the and '
Iartford, Conn. pleasl1ntonUng. (negro), repairs of schoolhouse at
superintendence of !tI r. Parsoux, n gentlaniiin
-One of our valued Rochester, Mass., Is probable will that be the Florida the East -Cold weather Is being: experienced who has made a study of ramie UOTI-r.: NOTICE.: Hartlnnd, the total expenditure amounting -
Coast contractfor
subscribers stays: "The pink paper continues Railway the United given States mail from In the northern and western states. Frost< both In Its cultivation and uses to WH3.18.! A grading committee
to delight ns, and I wish to thank has fallen In Iowa,and Chicago Is chilly. for the touchers. undergoing examination
Miami to Key West In the near futnre -Dr. D. A. ThomnHon, dental surgeon. have in'Tltimvlllo two
you for the regularity" with which It which means that another steamer willhave { We weather are on still Indian having River very pheasant ,: Is at tho Indian River hotel, prepared a* 1(00lIa",1 now well-mllOaJetttlsnmmcr open Iu>telH this week was appointed but the name r

Conies,to hand. to be put on the run between those to do alt kinds of dental work by as you will II n.lln any port of Florida. of the person composing It will not be :

-Mr s. C. M. Brownrigg and a party of two places. -Mr. Chas. Davis, the popular agentof the latest and most approved methods. disclosed Relative to the i'"
Orlando's prominent people, have. the Mallory Steamship Line, returned Besides having been In active practicefor The 2Tow Mount\ Pfaitsant House In yet. appoint"i

taken a cottage at Seabreeze young for a few -Florida's the orange crop will but not be the very fol to Jacksonville on Monday from his tripIn fifteen years, Dr. Thnmimon has the White Mountain. ,. olTern special ment of teachers, a delegation from ;1

weeks, to enjoy the surf-bathing, etc., largo coming season, North Carolina. Mrs. Davis will remain recently taken a full course In Ilaskell' rates and Inducement to September Lotus presented a request affecting the t
from the conditionof
for which that resort Is noted. lowing the trees one, at the present splendid time and If no away a few weeks longer.A postgraduate school of prosthetic dentistry tourists., During tbl* month the manager appointment to tho school at that place. :
and Is In good standing. In the FIR reduce ""n of delivery hire,
In freeze occurs, promises to be quite the dollar bill of the new silver issue time traveler avail hlnmelf of It was decided to equip the sohoolhouses
-Mr. J. F. Mitchell, of Cocoa, was Dental Association. He will only remain 10 that eau
town a short while on Monday. lIe says reverse. Those growers, whose tree are was being exhibited by Banker W. )f. while busy and will make regular the opportunity t. take one or ntoro of which are being bnllt with patent desk

that the Association Is still shipping a In good trim will certainly be In "clover"for Brown last Monday. It Is gotten up visits to Titusville hereafter. All operations I the manYIIl'lvo". Being no further business oahand, the
to In line and think It Is of
few although some years come.Mr.M.E.Oniber style, we a
crates of pineapples every day, much prettier design than that on the are recorded and warranted by Tile work of building tho addition to board adjourned to meet next month.
the season Is now about over. \ and little son Charles Dr. Thomasun.Mr. which hotel ,
old certlllcates. tho Holly Innv Daytonn,
returned to town from their trip to
-Col. H. J. Tiffin, of Courtenay, came Charlotte, N.C., on Monday\ and reported There will be a special eventide C. J. Yates of Plant City, was a will be In cluwrgfl of that well-known Col. TUlh,'. Young; Oatrlclies.COVHTEWAY .

up to town yesterday. He Is on his wayto having had a very pleasant time. They responsive service! for young people next guest at the Grand View Hotel a coupleof manager, Mr. U. Howes, the coming -
Montreal Can. for which place he week. I To to inspect season, I III being pushed ahead as rapidly
went to West Palm Beach, Tuesday, Sabbath evening at the Presbyterian days this came over '
leaves to-day via the Clyde Line steamer accompanied by Mrs. Uruber, who has church. Copies of this beautiful service the property of Dr. B. L. Wills at ax possible. FI.A., Sep. 8, 0 l. 1,

Algonquin to New York. The Colonel: been staying In town with her mother, will be distributed among the congregation this place with a view to Its J purchase It will probably be a few months yet Editor Adtl'JCl&t: ;
1 1I
expects to return to Indian River about Mrs.\ L. R. Decker, during her husbandand so that all can Join In the singing. and as he was very favorably Impressed before tlle1C.oyall"alm-lr. H. M. Flag-/ notice In the Cocoa and "t
December. boy's visit to North Carolina.Mr. Everybody Is welcome.Mr. with our sectioned the country,.U U probable ler'a new hotel at Miami-will be sufficiently KookledgaNew
second that ho will return with am wile completed: for the accommodationof of the 3rd lns(., la the local new,
-To-morrow (Saturday) the W. D. Grlffing, the well-known E. P. Wilbur, our republican and family In the course of a week or the
primary election for the naming of the the many tourist that are expectedthere following : "The tout ostrich chick ,
nurseryman of Macclenny, announcesthe candidate for county clerk Is having two and take his residence here., Mr.
np this winter. The scaffolding which
the office of of Col. Tiffin'. die '
successful candidate for We bad hoped the
transfer of his bulslness to the published a neat folder setting forth his
Yates Is an experienced fruit and -
vegetable surrounded the building baa been taken
county treasurer will be held In the various Co. which Is views the financial the Income bird would and that the
Grilling Bros.! now being on question, having had a large orange I young grow, r ,
precincts In the county. At the last grower, down, and workmen are now engaged on \
Incorporated with. paid-up capital of tax and other prominent party the west coast as well ss a Colonel might be the founder of
and Fischer tiedin grove on the work of fitting up the Innldo. a newand ;
primary Messrs. Feaster
$25,000. The management; will, really, questions. It will be found interesting number of acres In vegetables, .sad ho paying Industry the Island.1*
the number of rotes, and this primary remain the same as formerly, the officers reading to all voters and he Is anxious also had experience In the cigar makingand I on
is held to settle the matter. of the company being energetic young that they should read It. Those who dry' /goods businesses. In which last Notice to Bike ICIileriu Now from this, one would 1 Infer thatno

County Snpt J. H. Pains and the men of ability In the nursery business.We apply for It to Mr. Wilbur, addressing named line he may start If he decides to more ostrichea would grow that were

Misses C. R. and A. E. Same, of wish the new company continued him at Tltusvjlle, will receive It free by locate here. Commencing on Monday, August 17, te be hatched Just all no more chicken

Courtenay, came up to town last Saturday prosperity.' maiL and until further notice, I will clean would live from a batch of eggs. I wish

)Ir. Sam Is conducting the teachera' the- Done Wanted.Save your wheel prices from MJcU to $1, depending to contradict this Impression, a* the 'i
examination being held at Trespasser Beware. To the Ladles of TUuavlllet on condition of machine. All t
school Louse this week; while, after your bones and send them to the work guaranteed. Popular prices on young ostriches died of .a complaint that ,t,

being examined, the Misses Same, who Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jacksonville other work. Bike Instruction given. they are often subject to at such ,an j t
Brady I hereby give notice that all Miss Florence Norwood begs to an-
are persons
with Mrs. Albino '
Fla. Will pay cash for them. Joe Smith Titusvllle, Fla. early age, such a* chicken
end the any young
will remain to the finish-about the trespassing on the private ground. of nounce that she Is now offering her
of this month-of the normal school Indian River hotel, east of the hotel summer stock of ladles' good at prices and turkey are liable to.

conducted by Prof. and Mrs. J. R. Anthony will be prosecuted. that will be certain to please. Rifles for Sale. For Charter.

and Miss Susie BrowD.Pineapple J. A. HAPFEKAKTTK:, mgr. -' A Hare Opportunity.

Do You Want a Oraphoptione ? A high grade, new Winchester rifle, The fine sloop Yankee Doodle CaD be For sale, at a sacrifice the 1.IUG-ruD- ,
Farm Store for Rent. 4 -70 calibre, with case; re-loading tools chartered by the day, week or month; ling until Spring of 1307-of a fully

and cartridges. One Spencer rifle. One anywhere between Ormond and Miami. furnished 3O-room, pleasantlylocatedhotel

At Waveland, Fla., will be sold at a The store in the ADVOCATE block, Graphophone ("talking machine") Sharp'. rifle. One revolver and ports- Good ,accommodation for ladles. For Indian River. Immedlstu po*

sacrifice.: Write just vacated by E. L. Brady', I* for rent. outfit In perfect order, for sal at half mans' outfit generally for isle at great further particular, write to elon. AddcvM Lax, .

O. E. Coos, agent. Apply to Robbins & Graham, price. Apply or address ADVOCATE sacrifice, If purchased at once. Applyat CAPT. Geo. Cook ADVOCATE office, .-
Jensen, Fla. Tltnsvllie, Fla. office Titusville, Fla. ADVOCATE office. Titusvllle Fla. Tltu.vtlle P1*

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These are cut down sharply the waret The skeleton of a large bird now on Hake the 'Most of Yourself. Florida East Coast

\ line and terminate in a belt of blue exhibition In the museum of Christ's Railway)'

XHRaysseverest taffeta ribbon that i* drawn to the bade church New Zealand gives one a faint It Is the duty of every. man to make

where it falls in long ends, while it is Idea of the gigantic form of animal life the most of himself. Whatever his FOBI1nLY: TnsJacgsonvflle

caught just at the joining at the centerof which once existed on this planet. The capacities may be, be ia sure to find St. Augustine and Indian River Railway,
the waist line at the back with a some place where he can be useful to
Of trial and tent proveIn flaring bow of whit satin ribbon. The skeleton Is that of a moa, a bird for himself and to others. But he cannot Time Table In Effect June 18th 11400.

regard to Hood's BarHHparllla stock in of white satin ribbon with a merly indlgeoua to New Zealand, but I' reach his highest usefulness ,withoutI ""=

Createst MeritSecured turned over collar of the embroidery, which U believed to have become extinct I good health and he cannot have good South Bound. North Bound
health without The blood
1st and at the back there ia a blue taffeta about 2,000) years ago. and tissue and :So. 1'011' :>0. :No 81'AT10N8.NO.. ;xSTATI0 ;;--
by a peculiar Combination circulates to every organ 8. 31. 87 2Ia1 36 78 Nn,32
bow that flares HO much it ran be seen : ;etLvJacksunville
Proportion and Prm-cHs! when it is pure rich and healthy it carries .. VTh 715p .. ..... . LvMiaml .. ? -Galan-- >;j -,
unknown to other which from the front. The full sleeves shapein It is a big thing to say but nevertheless health to the entire system ; but If Augustine 111311 a lUS: I' .... .. Lvl-eUloIIClty.: .. IIIU a un jaArflt.
naturally and actually produce at the wrists. The hat in dark blno. true, that a great multitude of it impure It scatters disease whereverit Lv lit AIIIII"tinu. 10Jll: It .m. .. .... .. . Lv1tLauder .ale. 667 a n. 3fta-.y:
... .... 0
.... ,. Linau.
1I2H a u1
have flows. Hood's Sarsaparilla\ Is the one t g? : JO'I"Art.alatk.
Greatest Cures people Simmons Liver -.. -.. .. W Palm ltcach; m I
... .. . IIII/
2d, Popular Corsage Decoration Regulator the King of Liver Medicines. l- true blood purifier. It cures salt rheum a6 a ,. L. W.Jul'loor .. SOO I' III InJ"' p

Shown by thousands of honest, It hUff been' the habit to laugh at theJohnny ." There Is nothing like it for scrofula: catarrh, dyspepsia and rheumatism ArAnn't.leo.Lv Palntka..0) 1151 .. . .. .. ..-., ., Lv Lv JI'n.ell.Eden..... ,. ...... .... 8b9am UU4aw I 1'j I'Lv8.mM..teo I

i voluntJiry t"HtimollllLlliwhich with his enormous chryHunthennini. Malaria Klioumatism Chills and Fever because these diseases have their ..III'MIB . .. .. ... . .I.v.'ortl.ItI'C ... U.JI'aUl.' N1I
naturally! and actually produce Now the taking to Constipation liiliousness, Sick Headache origin in the blood.If Lv trio nuI- :FiiiIj, -: =:-: :: -: I.v Sebnatlan. .. 11I3U IL mInyWna I ILv
t women are Indigestion and all troubles arising . 1117 II. .. .... .. I.v UIIMuhu,1 II 0101 a m
Greatest Sales the big/ flower, although not necessarily Lv "ort Orange.' 110 I' ., .. . .. Lv 1"lh""rle.. .. II 2:1: a auLv
3d, chrysanthemum.' To be to date the from sluggish or diseased liver. Simmons New R'h'rlll'' : : I rah I' .. .. ... I.v Fan Hallie. .... 11 aa a m .
of up Liver Itegulator is the preventionand any of the ADVOCATK renders along Lv' ICtlavll e.,...'. 2e.!= II ., ... ... t Rokledge hale
to the statements :
According feminine corsage must be decoratt-d cure for these ailments. the East Coast have a piece of I Interestingnews v'ocna..... .... 3311' . . .n:, .... ( ...... .... 12011 P IU : .
drufrgliit all over the country' with a flower. of tremendous proportions ; do not think It too much troubleto I.v Rnckled((c htle . ... Lv 'fl tUNV III e.. ..., 12 so I' m .
In these three points JlOIMI'88ar.l1llarllla Lv Ra'i Gallie, .. 4 liS 1' .. ... Iv New flm 'rlla.., 201111 In .
In peculiar to Itself. -n poppy, wild row, it lily or a single send It to our office, as we will alwaysbe Lv Melbourne. 41:1: I' . .. ..Lvl'ort Orallgu. 22"l I' III
daliliit. Any of these flower will Stamp collectors will bo Interested to ,glad to make room for It In our columnsifpossible. LvUoHellUl,1, 41121' .. .... ... .LvJJllytolla. .. . 23311'" .
from distance : 67 olin a .. .... Lvcrnlf"1.! ........ 246 p Ill.I.v .
1 If friends areon Lv P .
do, but the blossom must be an big utt it hear that the Japanese government has I ..,
I' .. .. 11111.a . I.v };oat I 423 pm ,
Hood'sSarsaparilla can be got. decided to Issue postage; stamps in commoinoiation Italian River make ou have neighbors 32 I' ..... .. .1131 a .. ....ArRan Mateo ... ., CtWj m. -
idea are about to or recently Lv sip .. /fIlTIt.. Lv San "LtPo ... 801'1' III. '
The in a great deal like the sunflower of the CLinn-.Japanese war, made of kind, let us Lv Snhasttan..4 III p .... .. .. _
Improvements any
craze of 10 or 16 years ago, when and the Issue will resident of Iv ..0 P ... .... \\130" .' 14dntka.. ............. .. 4/11'1'/ n, -:
'* the emblem of aestheticism new appear in June hear about It. If a former ) .. .. .. ....1(1a. . Lv_I..latka. ._4911( I' m .. :..'
was worn Indian River writes a little InterestIng --
next. you I.v P .. . .. 16n ArSt Auguatlne 610pe1.. -
by everybody. It is true that tho sunflower news (not of a private nature) It iv :20 I' ., . ... .3.NI.. a .. ... Lv "St. AIIlCn.tlne. 1I 1I11111 7 "
Is the bent-It la the One True Blood PurIfl'erIOOu'S was not so "handnume tut some of may interest many: of the ADVOCATE: readers ; ArMiami .. .. .. 1030. .. 326n .. .Jal'kMflllvllle. ... 8.111 I' III H

PiaiswithIIwillsShreaparii! k the flowers that ore popular now so that Insist Upon Hood's Sarsaparilla: when along the East Coast If published. If Trains 31. 32. 37, anti 78 between JackHollvlllo A. ,I'V.\ BRANCH: -
1 &. of you need a medicine to purify your have to make see a public -
the woman today is better than you a suggestion and, St. Augustine! < .. line when blood, strengthen your nerves and give evil or an opportunity to benefit the :1I1..ml. and Flirt -- -
- -- was everything was "precious" Train :!OIl between 1'lurce : ;: ,
you an appetite. There: can be un substitute people of town, we will give you STATIONS Nu Nn 4 :\?.
your _
and Moulty.All _
angularity was regarded an dally except
cinocriitlc Nominee for Hood's.Hood's .
to make It known. We are workIng New Smyrna2311 530p
the outward significance of inward culture. space I other trains south of St Augustine; dlllly Ar
Lako Hell'n '
I In tho Interest of the EnatCoast and 1t9ry41ap
Tho single blossom must be fastened except SUIlfIIl '. Orange. City / 8 asp .
t For Presidential Electors : I Pills are the best after-dinner we want your assistance either in news, O. City JUlie 12/11'1'1 3 aI'l''
in the middle of the and
corsage job work
t K. A. nUUFOnn of Marlon county. if the woman has some difficulty in seeing : pill; assist digestion prevent con subscriptions or 50t'Tll! RoCSD. -
stipation. :
? W. IS. JENNINGS of Hernando county;\ over the top of it, so much the more S'fA'fIONS. No 3 I Nn.l :\0' x--

KYI L. CAItTEIt, of Alnchua county.J. stylish/ sho.-New York Press.A Silver Itnbhift Foot. I.v New Smyrna. 9051),U5i0n\ -
F. WKLUOKN of Orange county. The strait of Gibraltar Is nine miles I..ke Helen 9CIp,106sa, .
r I.v Or"'Ie City Soup II'la!
,It 1 For Congress, 2d Congressional Dist.I .. : Kevlvcd ; smislomParis wide at the narrowest point varying ia oAr O. City: Jllae. 3 06p" 11 31a'
The campaign:: badge worn
greatest ,:
I ROBERT. DAVIS. designers are making a from 'that to twenty-five miles at the
graceful handsome and becom
any year. Neat Taboo uliowg the times which trains. be ,
TI Time at
e e may exprcted to arrive and ilc'part In I
i For. Governor : princess gown resembling a direo- widest. It is thirty-six miles long. Peopleon ing. Silver Kabbit's\ Foot with excel- the ,ov er II station, but their arrival or dppurtiire at the times stated. not !Kuariuiti-eii, nur Ar.
WILLIAM D. ULOXHAM. toire redingote revived fashion handsomely the European shore are able to see lent picture of IJryan and motto "10 to the Co ap.iny hold Itself responsible' for any delay or any Consequences" arising thereforni

For Justice Supreme Conit : improved npou. One model is ofIIILlfe buildings on the African, side. I." Expressive of free silver as no other .T..\ 1 Ht>. ICAHNKK Uvii'l ,
emblem. The Kabbit's Foot brought Mr. Audit
MILTON II. MA lty. green etumine of silky texture, .
----- --------- --- -------- -
with petticoat front of lustrous shot silkreflecting Bryan good luck and it will mean good ---- -
q For Secretary of Stnto : and There Is nothing to prevent anyone luck to all who wear it. Send a silver
JOHN L. CUAWFOUU.. pink green pale gold concocting a mixture and calling It quarter wrapped a letter (Do not send
shades.' The' large rovers stock collar \ and there Is nothing to The Trunk Line
"Sa.a'Hllpar\l1I\, tamps,) and we will send you two silverbadges. Tropical
For Attorney General J and( sleeve trimmings are of sage green
prevent anyone spending good money / Dealers please write for pi'ices.PUWI ,
\-t; WILLIAM It. LAMAH. velvet. Small buttons of brown and testing the stuff; but prudent people rat REYNOLDS

( For Comptroller : gold fasten the narrow shirred vest find who wish to be sure of their remedy

.I W. JIKVNOLDM.. three very large ones to match are on take only Ayer's Samaparllla and so /get: Mfg's. Agents Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway

either side of the waist cure portion beyondthe
For :1'ronsuerCLA1tENCE: : JOSEPH H. DUIIKEE Receiver.
11. COLLINS : points of the revers. Another model

-in cut out square in the neck, with SiCTH- ,. TI..... Tal.1.. In EU"ct Jllly' 211. 06. .. .,,, Nml'TH,. ;-
For Supt. of.'Vubllc Instruction : No. II ]S. 01 .O. I .
traimpe and full sleeves of Marie Antoinette I ..: : "v. 0.
VV. N. 8 UK ATS.!:! brocade. BRICK !I BRICK I, BRICK . Loral. 'IOIIal.v..JACliBO-VILT..Ar' 7311alll 1144'1'01' \urd. 1
If ii .... )Used 937p ii27a Orange Perk .. ... 6 50an1 Onepm' ]lira
: For Commissioner of Agric i turo : .. 'loW'y 1147p 934a. . .I'uflrla. .... 3>tam 00IpinTueslb' '
f LUCIUS U. WOMJI WELL. The Women Voted ........ alulJo'rl .. .ll1lCnolll\... ..... .. .. .. .. .. "' '
. .. ... .. lo16p 91171"reen,/ Springs. .... ... Bos. m 68pin 1111U"
y'V l ; "Woman's suffrage was tried at the .. ... .. ........ .... .. .J1nMtwlek., ... .. .... ..
annual elections hi the Episcopal ... 10 16a. 1125p 1041.t.! .... ., ".. ..alatka. ..... .. ..... ... 1I000alll 44511m 31.11"
t 1124.. 111/1, .. .. .. ,
Women students at St. Andrew churches in Oakland Cat., recently and East Coast Brick Co. 1207p 1131.. . .. 3/1101"u 4121'11I/ 2 2to 24 pu,s'1149a '
1. The groduutlon,ceremonial at St Andrews proved a great BUCCVHH. The women . 1211111 122210 11 0I$1\ .... 3411'111 IMps"
. U /sot' 12401' 121kia ., .. ....... / 32'll'lII IJpu'
o this year for the turned out In large numbers to exercise .... .. 2861) 13a 1201:11':; .... .. Satsuma..4.4 117 alii 2..1'11I IIl101''
bestowal of tho M. A. degree upon four their, new privilege' Mid interested themselves .... .... 32111' 1211. 21121' .. .. . ( 449a flu 21111'11I ID 4san
.1 Jacksonville Florida.Are .... 4181)' 140a l lap .... ...... / 21.1pm 10 Ito
women students, .to Hay nothing of the greatly in the election They . 4 2<1 1 1'' .... I 271' Ar 1 .. 1M
.. .. .. .. ..... .....IeLand., ... .. .... f ItllI
.. .
of woman's .
\ cupping "Ian JUaolaron" us D. D. did not in any case form 3201) 166pLv r Ar. .2112 I'' III/
I. MANUFACTURING GOOD, HARD BRICK AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor . . .....,.. t2111'1' .... .... ..Jonterprhfl: .... . \ii15au14U6pAr..TITISVILLE.
t .. i In the course of hi. remarks at the con. party arrayed against the men, but .. .. .. . ....... Lv. t7meau.
0"t clunion of the ceremony Prinoipal Dou- Voted" for the regular nominees. reaching points on the East Coast. Will give very lowest prices. .. .... .... ..... .... ... aolui.. ... ...... ... . .
. ; ..l J. S. SMITH Jr. Oen'l ... ... .... .... ... .... Srrsutn ........... . I.
lrtou drew Manager
,It I < attention to one remarkable . . . .... .. 3M1I .. ... .......Mt. Vur"........ ..... .. :. .. 546ain
! feature which doinaudcfl special notice A Vigorous Old Lady. Jacksonville Fla.HAW ,'. .. ..... 4101' Ar.. ... .Tavare..T.v.. 1U311xn1
Lout he observed 'OHO ,.. .... 62o'p 23/1/ -lMI'' Ar., .. S..nford.. .. .. .. .. ..Lv 150ain I30au, 91naAltaunnnte
/ year, women of
One these aged Maine people, Mrs.! ... .
o t t student receirmltho degree master Sully, Pratt cif Norway who is 08 years :::: : : : .: .. .. .. :::: : } .W Inter'jJk'; : .::: .. .:
of arts, but her attendance and AND PLANING MILLS. TACKSONVILLK YARD ....... . . 6110a Snip ..:. 0rland0.' .. : 12111plll 1I115alll\
OOIITMA old, is getting newspaper attention anan .... .... . .... ..::iiimunee. ,..... .. ..
of studies were exceptionuL Thin yearthey investor, managing her property P ", ka. 1'1... ... .. . .... .... Ar.... .. .JI..rtow Jo. .. ..Lv .
1 hud Confornxi the ... .... ... 915a 61111' .Lokl'htnl., . ., feiamti23naIIaol \ :
I degree upon Hererul Without assistance, anti, it is said, so .us 'WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY .... ... ... : '.. . . .J1.Lrtnw.. . .t4:1011111 HOl'm: 7015"11I
who hud regularly gone through to make money by every venture. Mrs. . 11 3"" Ar. .. .'ullta UordxLv.. .. .. fll/llll1'/
all their oluMnpn, doing the ordinary Pratt whom maiden ( .. .. ,. .1060a 701..Ar.. .. .. ... .. Tampa...., .... .Lv 11301'111 1I0Ualll
name was Bally ... .... Tampa tiny Hotel. . .
'1 I work along with the other gtndcuta. Oardener, wait the daughter of John :Manufacturers of . .. ... .I 1130a 52ai1 Ar. . .'ort.r.LIn.'B.' .. ...I.v-4MI.III-720alll.. .
. The attendance of women otndeuta at Gardener, B fUherman and small former ..... J\lonnn" 'fhllral1I"pLv.\ . ... .fort Tampa...... ... anpmThnrs. andStun.,
, ilj .. 'rues 'Ie Jo"rldIlY. 311"pAr. Key1\.eat.. ... I.v. 1130pmWe.I..II.IRllt.
regular rinses had been deemed by At Poland, and when 23 years old she Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. # .. .. We.1 and "''lit. e011nAr. .?. .. ..?..H..valll\. ... Lv 1230pInWed.andSuit..
many doubtful experiment. But the married: Jacob Drown, the young couple I .
women Btiulentfl hud justified the bestowal settling on a small farm In Poland. By n..lly.. t Daily except IInnllllY.

I ;1 of the privilege upon them. industry and frugality they acquired A large tock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding, mouldings( shingles, Trains 23 and 711-TllrotljI' 1'111111I'1' Jllltfet sleeping Curs between New lark allli J'"rTaml.B

t They had exercised u ,healthy influence considerable property including real estate lath and pickets always on hanll,1) thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress daily .
w Train leaving Jack mlVllllO dally at 8:00 a'1,., arrive at Hawthorne at 11:4.1: (.l1I1II..Ii
, f tq:; on all. They hud worked with great and two stores. .Mr. Drown of all 12.4ft, ( .
( country moulding! patterns a specialty. : Xala1:3A.IxeHlmrK3:3HIlrooksvllloR:0.1p.: : : III. Train leaving JnckHonville at n:'IKI! p..1'

diligence, and the list of distinctions died in :1850, and his widow managedthe When at homo write us for prices; when up our way come and see \la.I arrive m., St. PetentmrK at Oakland a I :12 a.. in.,. Luroorhee' 104A: a, in., Tarpon Spring' : 3:30 I', III., Clearwater IJ31 I
11:01111" m. dully except' Sunday.
i. which they hud gained wee proof that business for ten years, at the cud of Trains 21 and 32, through I'lillmuii. Bleeping cure. between Jacksonville and Tampa
j, they could gull the highest eminence, which time she. married Zebedee Pratt, - W. B. COFFIN o. D. ACKKRLY; ,

not only in languages, ;hut In inathomuticH. a pensioner of the war of 18U3. Soon General Superintendent. General I'limtenirer Ann'pie

natural philosophy nd logic after she sold her stored and port of her -

subjects for which Home persons thought real estate, investing the proceeds iu 'vHARRY MASON & CO.

\ women had no givat capacity."-London bank: stock, ,eta Aa an instance of Mrs. &

'I : 'f NOWH. Pratt's Industry In her younger days it florida (Central peninsular Railroad

ia told that-pue winter during her husband's -
The Feminine Bnomher.The Jobbers in Fine Importedw
.. abNeuce in Aroostook she took H. MASON A CO.
feminine scorcher in not an alto. cute of 80 >cattle and horses, did the Short Line between Florida and all Northern Poiiitc..

gether lovely object Unless she intends housework 'for six bo"rdel'lJWd run a Bay Street, Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.
to be n professional sho.should leave JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars High
country store that did business enoughto Everett Baltimore !.
Savannah Augusta Ga.
. thin form of amuRemeut men. A employ two clerks.Lewistou Journal Columbia Washington

s woman with her buck doubled into a Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

bowknot, her hat 'iher hair dlBheveled Grade Whiskies Etc.
\ ::: Everett, Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville Louisville, Cinciimat
( : and her face icarlut with..rxertioii Packing Away Fa. :: and Chicago. ,

in neither fanoiuating nor attractI Thin ia the time when furs are being =
' --- --"-._-" '- --- Everett, Birmingham Holly Springs Little Kansas City, ?'|
i lv '. She token on an anxious: worried relegated to u summer seclusion. It ia M'hl kleH-Inipnrteil and l Domestic: Southern Belle KnckandRye. . ,.iron *IJIO per gal Louis Chicago, Sioux City. Memphis Rock I
.; Jock in her and has her well known that the hot sun is more l \\II\ckberry. and from .l.nn
o eyes muscles! rr gel River Calif'11''
. \ dUantrouii to seal sack than OliiH-Holluiul, Old Tniii, .to... .. .... .. ... from f1.1111IMJr |c..1 l Junction PenHacoIa Mobile, New Orleans Texas Mexico '
'I at the expense of her feminine a or cape Rum .. .. . ..... . ... ... . ..... . ....... ... ..... .. .... .from J1.B<) per gal and the Pacific Coast Effective April lit, 1800.
.Kraoo, luid her oowplexion ooarHPiied l>y whole winter's 'W'IllWd: it is the Wine.*-Port, Sherry, Catawba Muscatel, Claret etc., from .... . ..11.no' per !gal ,
I wise who ,does not her ,'llIn.tA-FliiDDt IIrali.... . ... ,, ... .... .from f2.2.1: per cnxeKottleil New York Es ; No. 3H, leave J\f'k: "
the rude contact of wind and wioithur.Ztantoitd expose lleer. ... .... . .... .... from .'jJI''r'"I.( .n.au t B1 t it. villa 7:3(1: a. m., delly with ThnmRIt' ( 1'11111uuy. I "
of exercise the Boorcher invite haadMome fur garment to its ardent x'ww, s. Sleeper* for Savannah Ciiliinihta. W..hIU.
UAll other Fine Brands at Low I'rices. u. d
equally York, n'
exhaastion' which in sure to follow in boom An excellent: plan to keep furs llultlniure Philadelphia New renian1'1Arrives :+' "
, Jugs and dend johns will be packed In boxes when so requested, without extra }:astern point Connects for
the wake of 1 fast and<< fatiguing ridoa. And woolens from the invasion, of those cost. Money refunded for "empties' when returned. Express; Company will va ., a r.um Jacksonville DIM/I': m.

The woman who has a passion for destroying posts, moths, in to look them not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. c.__'_ .con ? New York Fat Mall No. 311.' Isle

I marching/ loses half the pleamirp ridIng over in a strong light and beat them Send: for Price Mat, or call upon MASON & CO., .1 uvenn+a Juckiionvlllea-BO/ p. n,. dully for urge "Jrt ; -, I

; ... She rushes along without taking thoroughly till not tut egg can remain. :31)1>!, 307, 3tn\ 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) fACK9oJtvill.KFi.A., i. 1 y ern paints 10:26 and fur j'urnaniUIUL.rr, v Immvillo I IOnly
: a. in.
I time to contemplate the beauties of na Then pack. away in a clean, tight burr -tb1I

I i OJ ture. The melting hues of summer sunsets 'L whose Intc-rlor has been ,carefullypaitted V *'r''sa 4r Beautiful I IIUI''l

'f '\ the charm .of the smiling land- over with newspaper. When thebunt'l Labor Saving I Economical Incombustible 6 t;' t.untry Line of Middle Through Florida the Penserni"i. !" J I

.. '! cape, are all lost upon the inveterate is full paste over the, top a double F e, ly s n wdaw for Iiwam6la Lake City liar:Live, Leave Oak.Jacksonville Madison, MnulrclkL e.as,*, ,! I

I scorcher Whose sole ambition it is to thickness of newspaper, taking care cu,, a ., a Tallahassee. i. River Junction l-ennaoola. M'J' '."J
that single is left r New Orleans, and the loutliweix. Mexico, tJ I Ifornlii
do BO many miles in certain stipulated no aperture anywherefor OFF. se. CA90N111L$ .
Sl *
"PAINT a Carrie 1 r ]
O ,. and the rarlflo Coast.
the entrance of the insert. A boardor eu.eu
length of time., Beside, she does not Ir' Arrive Jacksonville 7:OB a. m.
take near AS much core of herself as the stiff pasteboard maT be laid owr the eot owy

trainer does of n valuable race homo. top, merely to protect tho paper oover.If Patented and CIDas arr. ,
I ( Europe.) a
She finally breaks down from sheer the barrel can stand where nothing or .q Leaves JackHonvllle 0:AB a. m. for Starke lb.
, wilt be likely to fall it, the extra II. x.a d thorne, Sliver S ring, Ocala, Oalneiivl, r,1JI,
exhaustion andiduoidea that her mission upon s Z.l ,0 0 I v A ." ..k>
Megaline.6 cover U not nl'l'dod.-NMII' York Time Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces t 7 Orfando, .ll. aile. T."lva"'jlnn: tit
it: .
f "".!"Ns .* 't Taml. Arriv.Jackeonvtlle8:46p.w
AthUtla GlrU'
A Charming'Lawn Costume, For athletic purposes such as golfing! Chemically Instead of Burning Off. ,"'=' I b -

tennis and cycling the jersey is quite Limited! Leu. Jack
. "A charming lawn costume, stamped Cincinnati and :Tlnrida T.
)fIP \
the thing. They are cif slur CENTRAL\\( it onvllle 8:fl<1 n. m. Solid Vestibule Trai- .
I proper any Nr"sr
at with simplicity and
once smartness, FLORIDA "" little Cincinnati, via
2 hour
a to
ceivuble color and combination, plaided. TAINTOKF" t* a registered trails name of a new. dlxcovery. in chomlHtrv' mad U prntertalor r' \ : over for Nashnik
im made of materiel that has a dark blue \ t Atlanta. Chattanooga Connect
totter patent of the I'lilUnl 8tate, Canada. < reat Hrltain and other ixinntrlen. It In the molt sad. nwent. ss
background with '" liaJr line of white striped and woven in lozenge and other nt patient reiieiircli and experiment with the pur)1""" III view of ending a burning ,. .. and l active f CNIhSULAR R.R. \! "\ nail. / Lonlnrllle. Arrive, Chicago Jacksonville and all'.Ma.polnM m.

\ running throng itM writes Isabel A. fiuioy patterns. These useful waist are tie advent. old paint and varuUh oat would unpulnut the old method and scraping off s w/Connsttlont. '\q.I .

Journal. worn with substantial leather belts and aaine.Oilmorn ... .... .-_
Mallon in Ladies' Home "The -
Son T>a1.tera and Decorators, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have
skirt if quite plain, but on each side of are becoming, comfortable and>economical. Is 1r'R4rr R, 7L0alPh t Lltula, Kiln**i ci rv I
given Pulntolt a trial acid can say that In 45 yearn experience as a painter it the Holly Springs Runts St.
4 the center of the rout width a ,, dork Cycler suits are made in more bent paint remover In the market." -... --. .. ".a.u. Chicago. Leave Jacksonville *Holly' 'I SPnsA III;

blue taffeta ribbon starts from the bolt fanciful manlier than formerly and in C. E. Iloyle, House Painter etc., Jacksonville Fl:", writes: "Having: had experience Memphis. SFringeeld Kansas City St. LOII l.|, Chicago Macon.sioux Atlanta City. innininani.Through! Sleepers wi ItJI<'IfI''

and extends to the edge' of tbu skirt, bofasg London are frequently" seen of white as practical painter for 25: years, take great pleasure In Indorsing Jack"nville change to Kansne; City and St. Louis. and only one change to Chicago and Bloux tity.. .Ul'l"

caught about.tlt. quarter of n yard erge or mohair. The shape. are various PalntotT and cheerfully recommend it to the public iu general." 4:111 -I.ncallorF.v..ft'U.6:36:: a. m. Clone sail qdcku I t jnur.can .
connection for Rmncwlrk. Shortcut
from the edge with a full rosette of one of the latest being the empire, IV. Lanstfell, of?Hall. HiMitch A Co., General House Painter, Jacksonville P. J'-i'5.1. for Tallahassee and ink rinedlet. point. Arrive Jaokonvlll ..- .: HeJ'VFor III.

l white satin ribbon. -The bodice is draped which is so constructed that either aman' Fla., writes: "Having given ratatotT a thorough trial pronounce It to be a 11:101.at.-rorTampa M""n.Atlanta two and Trains Intcmimliata tally., Leave point Yltllman.leeen.ArrInJukII. at.and 6:70 onvi m.
Jackvnnville : p.
to the figure and has] Bailor collar at or lady's wheel can be used. It I perfect success, and to be all you claim for I.." Stemisr "Manatee" from Tampp. for Braldentown and :Manatee T.TO laver a. r..lnu.
the buck made of the lawn and overlaid consists of divided skirt which ia provided Pullman Bieepen on all Nigh' .
: Circulars and Testimonials to
with embroidery cut to fit jt In front with a flap front, concealing the :tI" Send\ for ff send for Beet Indexed Township. Map of Florl.la to

et are two flaring rovers of the lawn over divfciou and falling'gracefully over the South-Eastern. States Palntoff Company, x.. s. PEXXIXCTOX, .l. O. MACDOXELI>,

, laid with .einliroiilerjr in t .some WaTt j wheel.Exchange.. Ail
St. Augustine Fla. Traffic Manager. General Passenger



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rofessionalOards. I I '
Making Rnms.sretr1.. I

The light colored prints, the challlps 1\1.... L..wa Snandera The Largest and | Most Complete -

I1/ I a. RpBpN 1:1B. WALTER S. GRAHAM. and all the youthful looking wash goods Miss Lena> Saumlera who recently Establishment South. 'I

I BINS A GRAHAM, are eagerly sought after these spring died in New Orleans, vent to that city THEPLANT r.

days by anxious! mammon who wish 17 ;yours ago firm Oiinwx-Hcut and cln- GEO S HACKER & SON

ATTORNETS-AT-LAIN, their daughters, to have d.iiuty summer voted. herself to the work cf Christian'izing ,

In HOUR.*:-From 10 to 12 a. m., wardrobes. A red ginghiun; with a dot and i-ivilizinff the Chinamen of I

and 2 to 4 p. m.Brevard of white makes! a fascinating pretty New OrleuiiM. Her first intention wan r

fU8VILLE, Co., Florida. frock worn with a white gamp and SUMMUlt TOURIST JtAT)* to work uiuonn the 111.grot'ulltlrr the ... tl

{"..IOK. trimmed with cape pieces over the putt! auspices of the Congregational Miiwioii. SYSTEM. I,

", I practice/ all\ the court*-Mate and fed sleeves and uroimd the low cut neck board of Norwich Coim., but the nmls

+ lull facilitc, for examining and perfect edged with. narrow openwork whit em To Kast! Coast!! Ocean Itesort.s.Commenclnir of the Chinese appealed to her more 1

Vl tI ties.CAltY.ELWES. broidery. Whether it in. best to have the M.iy I. 1515! and continuing! strongly and her ,self denying latora ,\ '
frocks made to wear with or to til nt'pt.3(1.( l"Ni, rtmmi-tiip. ticket will Iw Mild among them earned for her the admiration
to St. August! luu, urninnd. Oaytona and \ wSinxrna
have them cut high in tho Reek is. always at rates shown lx>l luw;; ticket to l 10. and ivspect' of everybody In the .J.l'K"O"H.I.:, }',..\., July 15, Mill.Mt'HdlH. .
vexed limited toOrtoliprai.lK'N). Tickets for t'hll.I..IIhe'w..nllve
qUE'Ation..I city.
and twelve yearn of nice, will l I.o ; It. II. HopltlllN. ,
NOTARY PUBLIC, < ven the warranted bat color mate. told at one-hnlf there rate; each commit to Dinner T.bl. Light FLs.l: I'IIHH. Ant. L. & N. ..j "

STATE AT LAUGK.IpewiitinR rials will not stand the hard rubbingon lie Cundtivtor:mnrked\ or imitrhod will soil from}t." niMiffuiit! .'.nlh."*. The summer dinner table in to blighted K. L. Todd I. IMv. I'a... Att.Juckftonvlllo ( }

the washboard and even boiling From station where. rates are not ainlw l ,,. ctindiutora with a number of tiny liunprt. Plant :sy"tem. .
that la often to will iiie rat..* frnn nation. next procedingt : Fla.
for the
taxes paid non- necessary remove ,
tKKOM The novelty lust HOVII is a slutdo composed j
|,Dts, rents and accounts collected stains! on the sleeves. Hence gamps are of Bt'imhelln. that show marvelously Gcntlomon:-It is with pltmmuo wo Mnnufftcturcrit/ of

etC. Correspondence solicited. thought better for they can be washed ra beautiful tints. The effect obtained -

lusvllle, Floiida.flLLEK "harder," while the frock itself will TO > l..j is that of a glow and is supposed to bog to adviso you that vie, tho transportation Doors,. Sash, ttlincls, i
not require such hard treatment to be 1 committee of JnckHonvllle
<:> <:> be more desirable than u bright light.

[ & KENNARD, clean again and yet, on the other side 1, f"::t .is. ":::0:1 1 Division No. 2, Uniform Rank K. of !'., Moulding and Building Material. E

of the question is the fait that where : : tJacksonville. ?- 5: The last excuse for curling papers him ,
ARCHITECTS. washing has to be managed!\ economically Some aesthetic mind has after a thorough Investigation of the
.. . . iiuo 5 :U5 ft Ml/ 11.11\: passed away. Offloo and Warorooms! King, Opposite .1
the frock in all one piece is less ex Rt.AiiKnstiiwHastlntrH .. . 4 4A ate 4 4.1: devised ribbon wavers that are so contrived various routes to the Biennial :Mooting
nt Coast business will have prompt pensive. Fortunately this fash- 'iso2IHI 2 Dft 1 HO 3 Aft Cnunon Nho"t.Charlcston
summer an to present a fascinating arrayof ,
: of Supremo Lodge K::. of P. nt Cleveland
East I'lilatka; :... : ::: 2 -JO 2 4.1a 3 HO -
tion. ion says both may be worn so each 1-alatka.... .. . :3 70 2 ::no : M abe tiny bows about the brow.
FLORIt mother can use her own judgment.New .- Sun 00 2.12: / fin 3 2fi Ohio, havo decided I that on account S. C.

rnA, York Correspondent.The Ee... : 5)HA/ 1 1.1iin/ 1 411 Kit 2 151(IA/ Moreen skirts white and colored are of superior advantages and elnvluli in ,

... .. Ml/ 110 popular this season. They arc Inexpensive -
INOR S. JONES, Penalty of Publicity.: \ 45 .. 411 1 .007B+ and seem to rvtatu their valuable ouch direction to nnnio ns our Oitlcilnl Sash Weights Cord and
.. 411. ....
The true woman, the true man with i Hurt :III .75M 411 till stiffening power longer than tile lighterbut Ron to the following: Plant System to ,

.\..TTORNEYAT.LAW.'SVILI.E. a soul sensitive to the delicate influenceof T) lift:I./ 1 IN Ilil 7/1./ 4(1.. more costly haircloth. Montgomery, Louisville A Niuthvlllo H'yto Hardware

that higher soul within the soul, : .. .
New :lU) 1 INI) 11II. <
BREVARD co., FLA shrinks from publicity. The personality' Lake :HO 't 1)1I HO I0/ Through the efforts! of the ChicagoWonlat's Cincinnati anti l"unnH.ylvanln K'y to

aunty Judge of Brevard County. lit more sacred than the persou. Both : ,N Ml: ) 2 2 HO 40. :2 2 Oft Ift// :2 1 HA no club notices against spitting Clevul.ind.: As to date of dopnitiire wo Window and Fancy Glass .

would be shielded from the 55 115/ IMI. bearing the indorsement of the board. of
gaze.When Hut" 75/ 1\11: l in "no"7ft/ health have been posted in the! street will advise you ll\ter. and we onruest.ly A SPECIALTY.Agent .
woman chooses a public career, Oak Mao..2(HI IIMI 1:11I: /
L. GAULDEN, in whatsoever capacity she is too often Kabt 2 on/ 1 NO, 1 on cars of that city. hopo that all other Divisions thiongli- 1

compelled to lay bare her very soul to 1'Itn East 70 x5. 2 2 SO no( 2 aMI 2.1/ 1 30 no' Some floors which are to be bare: during out the Stato will join us at JackHonvlllo I for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves. \ I II

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the idle, curious eyes of a jeering mob, 1.1HO: 2 65/ 2 40, 1 (IA I
.4 .dull shadeof and
"',," 3 1.1: 2 INI 2 in/ the summer are painted a proceed a body. We doxlie
III In all the Courts of the to cast her finest sensibilities to the
I practice State
es 32/1 3 no 2 2A K Is
City / called "forest
firlila\. and the United State Courts. green to go: Into Cleveland on. a Solid Pythian
earth for the rabble to trample. It may (11M." 3 4R/ 3211I) 4H
|>. Box 235. TITUaVILLK FLA. IS 3 78 s no 2 7A/ cool looking and dark enough to be easily train. WILLIAM CLARK Agt.
be her duty to make this sacrifice but ,
Fan 70 4:11I ",03:10/ : clean
to Loan. kept
Money 18 it is none the less a sacrifice, and Mel 1111 4 50 4 2ft 8 BO _______ Yours very truly, I

though there ia a compensation In aided .7 eis n 4 no 1114 t 71)52A 3 4 INI BO Mrs. Emma Walker Herr who was Signed: l : ]PLUMUEU :STEAM: & OAS:: FITTER

there is lout for which t 5 8ft B ((in 4 Oil elected enrolling clerk of the
FREEMAN HALL.ATTORNEYAT.LAW, strength a no .K:io recently Ice 1). A licruft Rooting:( and Sheet Iron Work.
amount of) strength can make amends. ( *' 461)1/ \ t 5 HO4S B onB / Kentucky state .senate is .a brilliant ,
Ht. is 6 70 II 7(1 James Sl\llnllul's.
Woman must always pay a penaltyfor Fort 1'leree. ....... ..... 10;.10) o HA 6 (10 8 HA journalist .1. II. PI nous. Pumps,. Piping nnd Drain Pipe IJ.xlh:
North Ankona.Ankona. .. ... ... 10 sit 7 in/ 8 (INI 6 IA2ft/
Man has the Tubs .Water Closets Wash
publicity. paid penalty T. If.: I\n< Stands.
.... Rogue
........ ... loft 7 2S 7 (N) 6 / _..
A INSURANCE AGENT so often and for so long a time that KilenJeniton........... ..... in no\ 7 BO 7 2ft 8 nonn Jim x Commlttoo.Notleo. .
society has ceased to regard it a penalty, ........ ..... 11 (117611 7 3ft 6 / "I !laW James K. Keene, or Jim Keene ....Electric Bells....
Stuart ........ .... .. IIU5 7 HO T MilS..
[itiisvllle, Florida. and only) when we find one of those) Alicia ....... . .. 11 MillO 7 Hfl 7 10 as everybody knows him, the other day No. :iJI .......yl1. street,
sweet souls, born out of time that toiiiei... ........ ..... lltMt 8 4HM 8 ISo 7 411Halts in New, York says one of his friends .
rare .
presenting all the best and Sound! ..... .... 12f111 HI ...... Ho JacIcHonvillo Floi-idit.
seems like a violet transplanted into West Jupiter., U3AKort 615 670 in the Washington Star. "He ia preparing ,
Insurance Companies. In snow, do we realize what man baa lost West I : Heach.I ...,: 13 20 a 7S no g to end his business carver as he began In Circuit Court,.Broviunl, ( otulty.
Vita linen to any amount, anywhere Lantaua.......,. 13 010\ 211I\ 115 241 -IN CIIANUKIIV
llio East Coast. But we seldom fail to see the effects of lloyuton.. IIIVI: 10 40 10 in/ 40 it, mining in the west, and has purchased :: Choice I
the penalty in the life of any public I.lnton ......... .1.,. 14 lit 10 UI10. 40 I ..7 11'I.rnlt."s" \ some extensive gold propertied, Ila.rRa i). "lain' 1
.... ... ... I.'20 11 Ift(/ 11 4(1n fill in Californiathat YR. Wines Liquors I
woman.Womankind.Bpengle. Lauderdaln. ..... 15/ :SO II 7ft/ /nn ) 7ft among them being one) JamonCliarlo T. )Handur and }
.AYNK!: BAY, DAD: COU TY. Klscayne .. 1.11IA/ 70 12: 4ftu To he ones lost money in when he !C. Lnavltt J I It. and Cigars.
*. Lemon City.,......... .. IflSft/ 12 (no nn/ IMMiaml not afford to lose. Keoue'a life c al.\ I
W. EVVAN .. .. .. 111 VI 13 10 12: "Ml lo could appoarlnitliy' the affidavit or the attiirnuy. Guaranteed Pure.
U. S. COMMISSIONER. Spangles, though not new of themselves has been. remarkable one lie woo. a IT for tho oomplHliuuit that the ili'fmi.luiit, I

are decidedly the new note in J. U. IIAHNKK poor laborer about the mines, and in ;, t'harlo, K. Mavltt In the. shorn ultimo, lit Sold at reduced
Notary: Public State at Large. over 21 yearn' of ago and renldu III the City of
needlework. The inartistic worker A B't General 1'aas. Rout. some way he got in on the Comstock Now York et... price*
antis Selected; Conveyances made. should be cautious in their use, as thereis lode with Crocker. He left the Puciflo I Now therefore, you, the Raid Charles K. ImportedTufcxy

trrgpondence ollclted. Address: a decided tendency to overdo orna- .. .. coast with 110,000,000, which he lost Lo lilll>"vltt.of uoiiipliilnt are" hurahy In.nxpilriMl this cause. to upon appear. the to first the wine.

] Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove mentation in this respect They shouldbe on wheat, and made and lost another'I 1I1nnd 'y In (Itaitolmr, A II IMIHI, at the eliirk'n. from Italy
Office Ewan's Landing. Why H.ObJ.et.d. 1,511.41)u'rituavlllo"' Florida, and" \ that you iiiiuwnruntil
put here and there ia a pattern to "Mr. Chairman I object to the consolidation fortune in the same. way; mode anotheron bill In duo. cinirNe, otli 'rwlK the lIallllt will
please by their unexpected glitter rather the Cordage trust, that wrecked so he taknn against you IM ooiirimMid.It John B. Togni ,
of New York and Brooklyn ..
In dlrm'tud that this ordiir l ho 'pnhllHliod, 'with
FORGE W. ALLEN, than be massed in solid crusts' of aid the melancholy man at the legislative .- many others, and will now return to HM little delay a* may. lie, In this. INIMAN' UIVKRAIIVIMMTK Metropolitan\( Saloon 12:1: East flay .St.,
brilliancy. Some new shapes announced his first love., that of gold mining. He pnhllHliod at'Tltnnvllle Klurlila, for
committee hearing. "If this scheme fnnraonscautlvsweekxan11that.
are,, first, the Trilby spangles, whioh is not going to confine himself to speculating lie pouted mailed 'iw rm notloo'' hereof JACKSONVILLE, FLO1IIDA.
ia carried out and the name of Brooklyn liy .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, are etarlike in shape and are shown. in In stocks but in buying propertyfor liono: mid:'I.orduroii lit 'I'llril: ( -'in,... HtTltiiHvlll wholesale au.l lt..tnll...
ia obliterated my only means of subsistence .. Klorl.lu tide =
:Wild day of Aunimt'
of and ----- -
iu three variations the developing -
many hues though only purpose cjporatiug A1MMIM.
Went Floitda. will be gone. My family which
of !shape. Satin spangles are also it A. A. HPKWAKT.
I now keep in luxury will be reducedto FURNITURE J.*.*. .**U
nil practice In the United States new and very pretty and repeat. themselves beggary and I will have to tramp aiiK'H.f, >plH Chirk Circuit, (,'...Irt. ....-. ..... .... ,t '
I State Courts. 9jun05L : in dozens! of lovely hues. Some the streets. It will be impossible for me !
Th Neat
convex spangles are very effective catch- to earn a dollar. It l is a crime Mr. WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
ing the light and flashing with great Chairman for the legislature to enact a The board of women managers for theworld's ROYAL-TANSY PILLS !
LEX fair which Nashville in to hold .
ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS A SOY, brilliancy, and some round concave from
law that will
L prevent a man earning
used with black paillettes and next year is already alertly in the flol It \ : IIKIOVICHY.. .NEVKHrAIL. ..
ones are
a subsistence" r A saw,r Ul> aiui s r r.ll r furimi.*
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, white bead in remarkable simulationof Many women's clubs throughout the ( ,. nrcMiMMl. .juMHitlve, wiantjr or painfulinminCiiratlitn. :
"How will consolidation affect! .Now usml loOO
by over )
I WK80NVILLB jewels." The variety of spangles ia bewildering you" country have been enlisted iu the work ....,.... InvlvoratMl. throw. ...."0.. Ilee.
TAVAHE8 in that ? What is business? .
way your j, were eff deiigwrou | | JVftiiie'
and their use in all sorts of and have promised exhibits and generalcooperation it .. !1"I.:: ,
IV111 continue to practice In the courts asked the chairman. .eeela Iri pain W..I.|...r. .H..inl ''rain
tIle needlework more popular than ever. stamp.,.. 1i..1ot l I
Seventh Judicial Circuit. All "Sir, replied the melancholy man or.ddre..PrrrEBIE.ll4OALAa.eelATlON .
fciness before the United States andto They have Invaded ribbons aa well, and "I make my living by writing jokes on Ids..1te tiki*.*., to, > < ,.
Circuit on such in belts, sash ends and vests are a "
Courts will receive the
Brooklyn for the humorous papers. Sold 1 by J. U. Scrovon, only. p'
sonar attention of Mr. Alex St. fascinating novelty.-New York Times. New York World. ALEX NEAIl. ERNEST TAYI.OK. 1.

Clean Whit. fiklrU. Bicycle, 0,,_.... NEAR & TAYLOR -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, I

The laundress will be gladdened by There ia one difficulty In the path of) (Suooemiors to John MoAlllnter.) No. ono, *.1; No f two, $10; No. three, >15Tltusvllle II II I
the that the stiffest white skirtsare Fin.Samples I
)DGES news to be worn to simulate the women who ride the bicycle which is Artesian Well Contractors
& GODFREY again ,
: not felt by those who are sisters,, cousins :T
iron fron of the silk petticoat which male of "Palntoll" may be had,
to member of the
Manufacturers of, with the advent of summer will be put persuasion or aunts, but any which nevertheless ian EAU CALLIE, FLA. at tho ADVOCATE: oflloo, free of elmrgc.

aside, and the fresh, crisp white ones obstacle for those who are not, since __ --__-__- -_-_-__- -u__- -u-_.__-_-_-_-_ _-_. _-_-____ m _____ __________ ____ _.__
fellow worn in their stead.. the finding of a bicycle escort is no trifling
Pine Lumber
Their stiffness ia about the only decoration .
matter. Very emphatically a woman
for a lace betrimmed petticoat should not go far from home on her Southern
HOUGH A DRESSED, ia quite de trop for street wear, and no '
wheel alone not only because of the \ .:
aaxe Box: Head, one with any pretense to good form possibility of a breakdown in some part :

Fruit A Vegetable Crate. would think of wearing one. of her machine which, after all, is of .
mher Made of the finest! cambric, with a Rai lway4 .
I'.T8'' Indian River delicate construction and the consequent '"
/ of laden..Anyone oontemplat- triple set of hemstitched ruffles set in of the
walk home but because )
imllillnij on the Kant Coa.it would do well to together at the foot they are beau FURNITURE of every dem-rlntlon.. ) Writ.
prices.; The Sawmill In situated on the fear of tramps and vicious boys. THE SHORTEST KOUTE. for price. freight' paid on all order over
-'I K. W.Ry., 9 nine month of 1'alatka. tiful. They do much, too to give the From this necessity of women who ABSOLUTELY ,11I.liIl.
skirt of) the gown the correct swing almost K. M. FKTTINO,
mina have to ride with them will
lllshts, Putnam co.,Fla. as if hoops are worn. When a fair no men II Kant Ray Ht. JACKSONVILLE, FLA
doubtless he evolved a new position for THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS DINING
one lifts her silk lined gown the be-
respectable men-that of bicycle
-\TIONAL wildering expanse of snowy linen ia l groom.) It young soon may be no uncommon CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES WEAK MEN MADE VIQOROUS.

most! refrt'flhing.-8t. Louis Republic.PM sight to see a bevy of girls, all awheel, VESTIBULED TRAINS.
.ln. of the Carpet. under the charge of a responsible lad I
who be to "pump K iR Q
can upon
"When I came out of the sanitarium
ESTATE EXCHANGE up" mend punctures, screw nuts and NORTJI AND EdT. ORTH" AND' WENT
said the woman who had been
bolts, adjust saddles, oil pedals and at-
taking a rest cure, "my flrst act was to tend to the thousajUl and one details If.. I. N.. 8S N.. 11Yes.
':dunging for order all the carpets in my house taken V. ... eta N. T FFEIRS Did
a feminine
Property from which feminine mnsoles and W'
'd; up. After I had been a daily witness of All' Trains Dallp. Lit." .. Vast All' Tra/a. Daily. and 'rlertl.Mall. .
lty. quIHuy. Cum when all
Send Description of what understandings shrink abjectly. CI.' : *
E.pr'a younN
the exquisite neatness of wooden floor, othere fiflt nen rniialq hM* atanhoodi old
ii I have, and what you want.liABAR Philadelphia Ledger. men re oTeT nthfui <>leiteijr Onae-
wiped up every 24 hours with a damp --- a.teedt.Q.ra erns.eee., I MfYttmUtr,

Indian River FLORIDA. cloth, carpets seemed unspeakably dirty. The-_.aeon le On.aue.tGive L.'Ok'flU..r.o..p"..... .. S :JO am 616 11m L... ..........flll.. ... 0. .. P. 5 46 pm 120 am .I.sp.Isn.r.IlN.r M ., .ling Irh/lygmlml..a.Nry. aMlafDl.-P.wer,
And I believe my family has been the L.Ev.r.tt. F.C. b P... .... .. 10 rn..am S 16 .m Ityer.n, Sonth.roi.!:!! : ;; 'It ::: pm 1 If.t M/ amManna. frul an frets tit sell abut if .t"aH..rel '
C. C. CARROLL, me griddle cake with .._ .4,. s..ili ru.. .. 1'1 am m 4nduct.Ibn., Wwit olf Inianltr and enranimptluii.M .
better for the change" baked Lr-....'h. rC.bP..12 20 p- 1 l6 pm .. AII.a1. ...... IIIU .m S U pmLvOolambl.outh' Iion't l let itriMHiH. iinp .*e a wo *ul>.ntuie on
fried chicken.
sirup some potato beran. rt reelqa ster pniUi. InnlMon bar.
Real Estate Agent. Carpets have long been the target of of ice ........... 181 pm 100..am Cbattsnno6a ..... 13 III pm 4 .U am Tura( rKCPKM'S limkvi i >*. or sand for I*.
**with the coats on and a plate ClnetnaatlQ.b... 716 am 7161pmIrwah' I
run t> carried In*eipooket. prepaid pl.awrap.
hygienists, both because of their dust ItCharbtt.Nnnth'n"I ..,..... Ilapl. Illam GviiTiboutIhern.(; TM' ig T i pm Csr. OS per box. or ar Sue a, w1 k A r..Iss..
and collecting facilities and their Cr'eaID. '..flnuth.n"...... .. S41am Igpm -- Written aarmate. s. r M..d 55.1r8Cr .
germ Batter L. AiTsFddb: .. .. t.
Rea Walter (calling down tube)- m
i)l)let Orniigro ami Lemon when Ar.RlrminRItamltonthern1431. .. 1'Ee MEDIUsILLAe1'wmtali.,dill.
disease dispensing ones sweeping A" .ltU o.JLa. ;...... Ie.m1116pm : pm. ,
| at de plate-.lldel A hot fowl tip offstuffed : .. ... l U :711' ... .... .
Land For Sale, Cheap. day arrives. glove and one umpire in da ice It PWI.D h1a P..a.a..l016.m 100.m KohusyKA.RSaM.S5.mphf.usyK.KA.RS: IAI: pm.. ....... Mold by J. B. Hcreven, only.e.waa.
The wise and progressive woman resolutely box.-New York Pros IrNewYorkPaa.a.1147pm 6aam .. .. .. .. .. . .. ... .. .. .....
banish from her floor woolen N .aa

1 have for sale 80 acres of pineapple coverings too large to be shaken aired fhr..h. "....01 .f th. ..,.." It lolly
TIM** I* -- lolaufe Aarkorl
"'lion St. Lucie river, a few miles be- and sunned at least once a week.-New- ..1acll..vUI..r..fJ-IIIP.... ...... -.r-pii
"Maria. said Boggle to hi. wl/f ... .",, ...... ...: 11 A pm QUICK TIM TO ALL
Eden 40 of which being northeast York World. with an idea of Instructing her in political I' Ceinmbla. ,..,utb...... ...... ... a ID am
':liter of northeast quarter of section A ......... w_ economy, "do you know what civil A' AatteYtl1e.bu,.. :: r......Tt.........114&a.. m POINTS NAMED

township( 38, south of range 41 east; Miss :Mary Philbrook of Jersey City. service i.?" Lv... A.hevtle .". 1.. ..... Tt...... 180 pm

other 40 U the northeast quarter who wan admitted to the bar of New "Jasper," aaid Mrs. Boggles, with u.(1'IaetII.,1.Io..uw{ Q. b 0.. .....:........ 7 1166 a- _

southeast quarter of section 3, Jersey last June recently secured the memory of recent contact with the : Short train leaves Everett for Braiuwtek .* TiOOa.:, u. daIJ,. n....... Pullman deeper. .'
"ulilp 38, south of range 41 east. page of an act to allow women to be cook "there i isn't any."-IllustratedMonthly. faeluoiivUle to ("'1 ctJt.otl. via ............

The above land can be bought for $10 appointed muter in chancery. R WM I For full information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway ..... ::.

"' acre. it u suitable for pineapple, championed by both Republican and ..... 17-.J....._ ......... System or its connections. OO'T.1 OI1AT1a.t'F4bOinyBS
Democrats, and Ulna Philbrook has received aaS'Me 110M......wn..b. ...
nge, lemon or lime growing. "Ob, of course I know you think moat :. .1 .......D...... 11_ o
many congratulation upon her W. H. I. L GULP IQeav. H. HABDWIOX O.Mr..nA fur .,.uachy M to
Will be sold In lot of 40 forh. of the time that your toby to the most W. A. TURL 6BEEN pNn
*> acres nooeM from members of the legislature. wonderful thing In the world" .Paee. Ag.nGee...........'-"-.**. Trans sUa.er. A.... G_ PaM. Af*.. "'? iwtlow/d::" riW aikaw ..
This land will soon be worth $SO The chancellor has promised to appoint WaatdaV, D. C. w........... D. d Weeklagtee D, O. A'......O*
"Moat of Uw time? I think BO all the
acre. her to the office, which will give her time.? W. D. ALLEN, ):dIftxic2frnuzLcaunrwas.kekl

-'Ppl to C. H. Walton ADVOCATE some judicial power, such aa acting aa "Yoa don't 15(71( gvm in your: lucid riertAaPe** !" A..... .......--.01.... --.

ic.a ; or to Bobbins A Graham, Tttus-.tf referee in certain ca Mo_. momenta?"_Cincinnat$ : gnfra.. 113 Wee8 .aeMrM*.JACi IONQELLI. FLA f ....,loL.lea lie
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sr I I Established 1889. nltodM
I -$ INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE 4- many defeats, but could not sur- case in Clay county, where pros- age deficiency monthly was109r.03\ ; In section at -

] vive H victory won in behalf of the perous colonies have already been showing decreasing/ how/ revenue wisely Increasing It was devised debt.for L. BARBOT & CO. goods: every to dealers; no peddling once to;soil eapeh

,a II i doctrine and'policy proclaimed in established, and more will shortly But there are some facts which our unnecessary; best side line. ;!
Titusvlllo t-i500
; t'f'11 Office: Washington Avenue, its name at Chicago." The chief arrive to make their future home. farmers ought to know, to enable themto Commission. month. Salary and expends or i;I

II'' 'r i I.. Indian River, Florida. principles of the newlyformedparty The diversity of the resources of see how their Interests are cared for General commission/ made Addl'CMSltb2 a I
:':' ,,1't' bill which was enl@enen stamp for scaled particularsClifton ?!
under the tariff ,
\ present
and the state will in time become
: l the gold standard <
;' kid I are to lighten all their burdei.* and bring in N en J/ ,L ,t WttRKLY JOURNAL DBVOTKD TO TUB DBVBtOPMKNT free trade. It favors arbitration known to the world at large, (the a golden age for the American farmer. oa.
JL. .h( i Or T1IK INDIAN KIVKH, I..AKBWOltTII for the settlement of international general impression which prevailed Under the last year of the McKinley edcdS- Q;> cdcd _
: AND UIHOAVNB UA V SKOTIONS.PUBLISHED disputes, upholds the judiciary and so long, that it was good for law, the Imports of farm products were .= c"::"CP:> .,...;I = ..... -u

'I'' ''":,..' ,f KVK11Y: FHIDAV.CIIAH. speaks for the liberal pensioningof nothing but orange growing, hav- 1,4U,8I4 Wilson;: 1 bill' ;,under$107,342,522 the first of year farm. of products the W J. S. JOHNSON CO]

,', deserving soldiers and sailors in ing become exploded), but there were brought Into this country, 329 & 331 ,
I I I < the service of the United States.A can be no harm in hastening that cutting off a market for the American NEW ORLEANS, Manufacturer of _
H. WALTON, Editor l& 1'roprleUir.Subi
1 strong endorsement of President time by making known its remark. farmer for over *31,000,000) ( ) of his pro- LA.
; I and his administrationis able proliflcness and the charmsof ducts. Under the McKinley law, in a raiml Itnnk.Metropolitan, Supplies.,
1 I ..... Cleveland Bank
>arl|>tl year ten millions In wool and six ml'lions REFERENCE: I I{
i I'I'i embodied in the platform.COOPERATION. its climate.It Commercial Agencies.Remember .
Twelve month, $1 M n in hides were I imported, an aggregate -
r, Stx i.
I j'' a 'Chreo" .m\) favored individuals who have test- Under the Wilson bill thirty-two million [ the ADVOOATK, Titus-

l' "I''" i Single copy| ,IS ed the delights of Florida, are content dollars worth of wool and twenty-four ville, docs all kinds! of job printing Give
\ 'I" i Strictly In advance. millions In hides we're Imported, an aggregate us a. share of your work.]
with the knowledge that we off Cotton and 1 Linen Netting
r I of fifty-six millions, cutting !!; nOj'
With the example of the Indian Send to the ADVOCATE office nnd Corks Load Twine ,
inhabit one of the fairest spots on the market of American farmers to the ) Etc m
II River & Lake Worth l'lnellppleGrowers' get free Information respecting the new Tackle of every Description: Hw
'' '' tndiulo the of poutKe. earth, and are so content with our extent of forty millions. farms
I y The niton payment of articles waterworks system for houses, Lines, Rods, Heel, Sinkers, Bait
age: Hnl>Hnrl|>tluiiH can oniiiinonoe any time Association us, surroundings that we do not feel i The estimated Imports etc. No overhead tanks used. This Is TAIU'ON: ,I'Lciu
which and do at home, 1rV' A t ,
N) ilu ring die your.DtHcontlnnanro, there seems to be no reason why disposed to better our condition by we can produce bill said to be a fine Invention. Circulars \
i are
In under tho Wilson ,
t ; the principle of co-operation, so inducing others to share our good $203,081,573.! ono year, ns against $172,743,001 tinder sent to any part of the south, free. Baltimore, DId.

1 ; Y of mlvtH. niiixt t liu ina --'-
t3 1 anal y at thin ol1lco or by writing. association should be that the American
V not appliedto cellent but if mean ? It means
thing, one were
all other branches of fruit and every farmer: and artisan are deprived of a DAWSON
with his lot the world W. B.:
( \.Ilrou, all ooinmunlcntloiiH to content market for their products and. labor to
: vegetable growing. In France, would move but slowly, and it the extent of about one hundred million ,
where agricultural co operation would be but a dull sort of worldto dollars; and that one hundred millions Wholesale and Retail

1 TITIIHVILLB, FLOHIDA. : has been in vogue for about thirty live in at best of dollars go out of the country, which
the cost of fertilizers and ought to /stay In it, as the very lifebloodof
.: years, The uncultivated of
{ other supplies have been reduced .J Florida is enormous living acreage can our own turn Industilen.Wo to another. line of facts. MERCHAN1
mule CHARLIE ; now WINE & l
Check,etc,may lio payable to LIQUOR Q
forty or fifty per cent, and consequently to the
t It. WALTON, Il\1bllKhor proprietor, be made more easily in this state A few only, but they seem present
r'4 ,
a larger quantity of than in any other ; the necessary writer to be Impregnable In
--- -- -- of the
-- -
-- the financial
hearing policy
plant food has been applied to the upon
expenses of life are less, and the country. From a table, prepared by the

I %, ,I Itr POOR MAN'S MONEY. crops, and a far larger yield has rewards of labor and 1 energy greater Treasury department, we gather:: those 1 19 West'Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla
EV been the result. A strong effort is than in any other portion of facts: From the year 1870) to 1802: loss

now being made to introduce this the The settler who than $3,000,000 a year of United States and Domestic Wines
4' Fine old
com Hum
1 i I The much-used} phrase, "Silver form of co-operation into England, country. notes were presented' for redemption in Liquors, Imported ,
,, 'I is the poor man's money," has a bines energy with thrift can always gold, while for the last three and a half
is that it will resuscitate
and it
1{ good deal of,truth in it. All silver hoped be certain of a competency, years' each year 100,000,000)() have been Mexican and Florida Cigars
British agriculture from the and when the world is ad- presented and redeemed. This tells the
l ; I'' Y countries are very poor ; and it is fully
state of collapse into which it has whole story.. As a run on a bank to
p"t vised that Florida is the
I't p f; i d stated!! upon the authority of men at present fallen. Wherever the garden withdraw deposit show loss of confidence FINE FANCY G-n.OCERIES!
I ,> who have made this subject a life- spot of the earth, we may look for so this run on the treasury for
:M 1iY, 1 .' study, that there is not a silver system has been tried, it has prov- such a rush of immigrants as will the redemption of Its notes tells the loss WIIISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Good!
: ed successful, and we hope that the Price List application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.1.If I
t'' I standard country in the world} put in the shade the rush for the of confidence In the finances of gov- B3f upon
j before long the different sectionsof mines einment. you wish to open an account you must give first-class city ivfcreactj
t in the
; t 9 whose laborers receive over fifty Florida will form their co gold days gone by, or A late report of Mr. Carlisle shows

dl i t I :; I cents per day. It Is the poor man's operative more recent stampede to Oklahomc. that while In thirteen years-1870 to180.2only
societies and them in
( b I in the same sense that skins "", get :! forty-thrco millions of gold: l
money good working order, when the ben were paid out for United States notes;
man's GOLD
the clothing pestilential SILVKU.
are -
';i poor efit of systematic co-operation will In the same time 100,000,01 in gold: :
1 1 huts the man'shouses
I : are poor soon be discovered. were paid into the treasury for U. S. ,
w'' \: t ( and despotism is the poor A Few Additional Facts Bearing notes; OH the more convenient money,

rnnn's government. on tho Husiiicss ami Financial gold: was deposited and any United

;) J i POLITICS. Condition of Our States paper demanded. From July 1. Wholesale Goods House
1802, to Dec. 181)5, $300,000,000; of gohlhave Dry !

r THE: Cuban general, Maceo has Country. been withdrawn from the tieasuryfor

died} from his wounds, The game of politics, with its U. S. paper.
dt again according
a to Spanish accounts. The deeds and barters, if not very edi- TITUSVILLE, Sept. 7, 1011.: From the logical and cumulative forM :r_ _OXSOt'T'TJJ.J.E.:: :: : : : FZrA.
of all these facts,' we cannot but think
Y Li 1 many-lived commander has long fying from a moral ''point of view, Editor; Advocate: that the present financial, stringency In

vt 1 ago exceeded the number of )lives is an amusing and instructive subject A trite, but true maxim Is, that "facts our government and largely: In our bust We offer at Special Prices '
usually allotted to the cat. We to the onlooker. It affords one are stubborn things." I have culled ness affairs, is attributable to a mistaken :Men's Bathing Stilts from :$5.00 f to #12.00 per dozen.
I" t from official few financial and Industrial policy. A lot of new and second-hand Show-cases, in /good( order.
government a
of the finest for the reports
ff ( r ,) V shall soon have to look upon him opportunities facts more on the same line with those Wo have legislated for the foreign Big lot of SUMMER UNDEKSHIRTS, HOSIERY, SUSPENDERS: ,

I I us i immortal. accomplished liar to display his of my last letter, but with a little greater mill and tn..m.. and for the American Importer Malaga Straw Hats, for rough wear; Fish hooks, Mosquito nets, lino mc'sliti'
unenviable talent to advantage, Iullness of detail whose Interest. it Is to crowd our made on frames and without. Our prices are right.

+ s''' TUB" democrats of Lake county and the unscrupulous politician, Fact No.1. An official statement markets with foreign goods which we B5T" Deale'Vs, let us hear from you.
untroubled shows that from liSUU to 1803/ there was must pay for In gold. Thus we have
by pricks of
t. ; 4 "p I have become dissatisfied} with the any con for each and every year a surplus of receipts -. cut off the farmers' market and shut up BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,

,' u nominations at their regular primaries science, goes on his merry way inventing over expenditures, which was applied -' the American mill, reduced the revenue 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, fl,
and the republicans and campaign lies against his to the reduction of the public of the government: to the scale of debt-

I opponent, and very often, sad to debt. making instead of debt-paying, and so
c populists, becoming cognizant of say, the most cunning prevaricatoris Fact No. 2. The iuterestbearing'debtAugust / '( shaken confidence In the ability of the JAMES PBITCHARD, President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-president;
r tho fact have put a somewhat :tl, ISHii<; was, $2,381,530,284< :!! ; 'onMarch government to pay Its obligations that C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
elected. there is
t mixed ticket in the field, consisting Whether any 18U3: that debt was $385,031,2(10: ( ); everybody holding: its paper want their
; i of ono populist three republicans satisfaction in obtaining an o I lice a reduction of :f\1,70fl.tJ\OH\ !> (\ ( : of the In- money. Wo doubt not the patriotismof
,n t ; and five democrats. that has been stolen from your adversary tel'eKt-bCl rlnjt debt-a little over (Hi ml'- the larger part of our people and INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

by? lies and deceit, depends lIuns ouch year. Now, put over against statesmen, but all history shows that
.I thin annual reduction of our debt sixty- even large-minded statesmen may be
the moral calibre
: "TiiK Lord loves the upon of the man four millions, the facts from that time. mistaken, and often are mislead by a (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida)
common who resorts to such schemes. tho best
but Is teacher
What are they ? Did we continue to reduce theory; experience
t people best, for he created more of There are some who would doubt- the debt? No. We began at once for wise men, and the uniform benifl- f Authorized capital, $100OCl

4 : them I" This is the kind of argument less glory in the fact that they to increase It, From March 1, 1M)3) to cent result of a financial policy, working/ I Paid up capital $25OC|

h 'i l with which Senator Call have been sharp enough to euchre December 1, ISD.'i!! the interest-Doming with no deviation from an upward and Average deposits $150OCJ
debt Increased $ltl2: ,( Increasing national revenue for thirty
was >02,215: :: -about i
I' tries induce the ,
to masses to en- their opponents out of an electionor sixty millions a year. Those are giavediets years, ought to teach us much; especially BaniiDJ
list under his banner. We tire nomination while others would which no man, with governmental compared with a system whoso very Transacts a General

somewhat averse to Joining in the have the grace to feel ashamed of statistics before him, can deny. It Is an Incipiency began injury, which has Increased

general hue and cry against our themselves. We have a opin. easy matter to make sweeping, unwarranted and intensities as the years of Business.
poor and excited statements, ad its existence have passed on.
t $ popocratic senator, but when he ion of a man who will proceed to tandum, but tho f.iutsnre these, and cap- Under financial the ,
no a judicious system, Largest and Oldest! Bank on Eilj
1 ( I has recourse to such remarkable any length to gain his political man can pet: around them. Intelligentmen the resources and wealth of this nationare g

arguments as the above, it is evidently ends ; it denotes curious combination who think and reason, Instead of such that legitimate expenses of Exchange sold on all Foreign Countri,

) time ho was seeking a rest of deceit, low cunning untruthfulness declaiming/ listening/ to, and ruled l by government could be mot the debt gradually
from the cares and worries of public party declamation, will auk themselvesand extinguished, all our United States DIRECTORS: ',
and dishonesty, whichis others, why this change In the finances and treasury notes kept at par with coin, jA8.PKITCHABDW.M.BABNKTTl'ro(\ 'lL!i
i ; life.HON.. as amazing to the by-stander as of our country P Why the results If supported by a gold coin reserve or of the National(Vlce-TTeBitlent Hunk of JackHonvllltM National UwJ'-\ IDUHKEK |

it Is discreditable to the perpetrator of our fiscal operations are changed silver bullion at ntarket value and all Jacksonville), and W. M. Bunwx.
J from sixty-four millions of debt paid our money and securities held currentin .
W. D. BLOXHAM. If it is impossible to run for CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard
each yoar, for 28 years, to an average of all the markets of the world. National Hank of New' York u|]
I -- olllce without having recourse to sixty millions of debt added yearly from OBSERVER. National Bank of Jack oevi1le. 8

i The standard bearers of the such practices, it were better to lIma) to 18H1! reversing the whole financial -

I tate democracy will soon be with abstain from entering the political result to the extent of one hundred ':I."I".rUSVILLE, FL a.

field] altogether. If a candidate and twenty-four millions annually.The Catarrh Cannot be Cured .
'us!!,expounding doctrines and teach.
I free silver men say It Is all owing --
ing us the way we should go.. cannot win on his merits and with- to the demonetization of silver, and PAl'WOJlTB
1t I Among the speakers will probablybe out inventing demerits for his temporary their remedy for all our financial Ills is With local applications, as they can W. J. HILL. H. M.
not reach the seat of the disease. Cat-
i t the Hon. W. D. Bloxham our opponent, he is not a fit free !oliver 16 to 1. arrh Is a blood or constitutional disease,
J In to that would
answer we
lit governor-to-be, the man chosen by person to hold a public olllce, or to that" from 1805 to 1873: when say they fi1'8t.say and In order to cure it you' must take South Florida Wholesale House

every democrat, be he silverite or be entrusted with duties to the silver was demonetized years-the Internal remed lee. Hall's Catarrh Cureis

gold-bug, to fill the highest posit people. Truth, honor and integrity financial condition was no better than taken internally, and acts directly on

ion in the state it is in the power are necessary for the well. after the so-called demonetization took Catarrh the blood Is and not mucous a quack surfaces.medicine. It Hall's was 7V_ T. :lEni-IL: : : : dc 0 o.
place. In the second place, we would
'' of the people to confer. Mr. lilox- being of the commonwealth, and it Hay-nnd financial, commercial and Industrial proscribed by one of the best physiciansIn ESTABLISHED 1873. -

ham may well feel gratified with Is the duty of every elector to see statistics bear out the assertion this country for years, and Is a regular : '

the unanimous endorsement with Unit the public officials are men -that never in our country's tory did proscription It Is composed of the Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders'
best tonics known, combined with the
t which his nomination for who are worthy of the name and the wave of prosperity reach so high as ,
governor blood purifiers, noting directly on the
from 1880 to 180):!.
i ,. was hailed} from one end of the whose character is unimpeachable. I know It Is quite the thing, in certain mucous surfaces. The perfect combination Materials of all Kinfel
t'' state to the other. The honorable quarters, to lay all the blame of reduced i of the two Ingredients what produces y

111 l gentleman Is a tried servant of the revenues and embarrassed finances to such wonderful results in curing
catarrh. Send for testimonials free.F. S.A.J.VF'OE1.D: : : :FLORIDA.MIAMI : : .
'' ADVERTISE THE STATE. the revenue law commonly known aa the ,
''I'( state, has served 'it faithfully for McKinley law; because Mr. McKinley S. Cheney A Co., props, Toledo O.

I several years and whatever maybe wan chairman of the committee on tariff Sold by druggists; price 73.

I the differences of opinion in the The Times-Union, "at the risk revision. Hut here, too, are A few stub :

democratic ranks, one and all will of seeming tedious to its readers," born facts which will not down at any !

feel that the destinies of the State calls attention to the necessity of man's bidding. Wo gave the average, Half Rates to St. Louis, Via + + +
: annual revenue under the McKinley Uw
ot Florida could not be entrustedto making some earnest effort to effect Plant System.
In our last letter as tlTl.OOO.OOO()( ( per
a better man. the colonization of the idle landsof year for the three years of Its operation

the state. The work of announcing OH.!against. _. 816O(.) ()MN,000( ) per year of the. Account National Colored Baptist !
to the world her numerous Wilson bill-the present tariff law which Convention, the Plant System will sell Town Lots Now Sale
: Mr. Cleveland refused to sign. The Mc on
resources, the excellence of her rouud-trlp tickets to St. Louis at one
I Klnley law did reduce taxation by put-
; I FORM. climate, and her other advantages ting many articles on the free list, fare for round-trip, $::!:>.:M>, from Jacksonville

1 should be intelligently undertaken, which before were taxed, but the surplus ; tickets sold Sept. 14th, 15th

I The "national democratic party"'I and A few hundred dollars spentin for 1801\) was over $37,000,000: ) ; 18iU.: and ItHh, limited to return Sept. 20. A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For

.! has formulated its platform, and judicious advertising, would be 000.nearly It$10,000,000 decreaeetl() and largely 189J in over IS'.KJ$2,000! ; and,. The Plant System boa been selected by ,

has nominated John If. Palmer, of repaid} an hundred fold. '04, because the president and congress the Baptist delegation as their official D. Tattle|

Illinois and Senior Bolivar Duck.J Settlers from other states are were working for Its repeal; and the re- route, via Montgomery on account of Mrs. Julia

'I I ner, of Kentucky, for president migrating in larger numbers than duction of duties and Imports decreased, Its superiority over all others. The rateis

if I'' and vice president respectively, : ever before, and seeking for some waiting the lower rates. open to all. Call for tickets via. the
e )I Just a*wben free sugar was repealed and Plant System and L. &: N., via. Montgomery CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
j I The first part of the platform is desirable location to make new the bounty abolished under the Wilson -the quickest anti best Through

devoted to the enunciation of the homes. Florida could and should bill, millions of pounds were rushed into Pullman sleepers. Selected

democratic creed, as read and un- have her share. Where any well- the country to avoid the coming tax. R. I* TODD, all parts of the Town. Carefully

derstood by the sound money democrats organized attempt at inducing immigration That act, by-the-way, putting a cent or C. II. HOWARD, Div Pane Agt.; Fruit and Vegetable
a cent and a half on mans meal I Lands on
every Pass. Fla.
City Agt., ,
and states the points wherein into the state has been
two or three times a week, ls a fair illUtraUon -
the Chicago platform departed made, it has been highly satisfactory of the hypocritical pretence of l\-liaanl: River and Bay Biraens'JIC'

from the time-honored doctrines of to the promoters of the enterprise lightening the burdens of the poor man. Ey- GIVE THE "ADVOCATE" AN Correspondence Solicited from Settlers.
The average monthly surplus, under the ADVT. It Is a Good Advertising Medium Actual Investors and
democracy. It further, "the at well ai to the settlers
lays McKinley law, was$1,120,831: under the for those who want to Increase
); 11 j democratio party .hat survived themselves. This is notably the Wilson law, from 1804 to 1WW5) ,.the aver their business. Main Office, Hotel Miami, MIAMI, FLORIDA


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S. Department of Agriculture lady, who visited Melbourne about five Inraham111,; put her in commission ASK the recnvered

| Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. years them a ago.long Their and friends life.here all wish this winter, to ply on Indian River fa 1 dyspeptics suffervictim bilious* of G. G. SPRINGER
happy 1
Geo. K. Euxvy was In Eau GallicThursday lever and ague( thee

The following lea comparative state- The base ball team had a lively game looking smiling and happy, palientihowilhe ysee
nent of temperature and rainfall for the last Saturday notwithstanding his defeat at the polls. covered\health cheerful
eek ending Tuesday, Sept.) 8, lt lltl. Geo. K. says ho is out of politics. npirits and good -- --- Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of
_1800- -1805{):!-. Mr. W. II. II. Gleason was seen on our w aPMt.teLheywilltellyon )
MIN. streets one day this week. :Mrs. no.h lIon, Como, Canada, motherof by taking SIM
ATE. the Hodgtiou Bros., of this place, will / MON9IV\a! KKUU-
88 80<< 88 75 '
2 8!) 80 bl) 71 Messrs. Ware and Bolton, of Malabar, .spend I the winter at the residence of J.E ICE I ANn
4 80 73 led OS were In town /Saturday, on business M. HodgHnn, on Eau Gailie river, if The Cheap**!. Purest and Best Family

5 83 73 84 73! Mr. W. I. Metcalf is spending a few her health will permit her to make the Mmlkln In the World I .

0 8!) 70 84 71 days in town. He came up from West long journey south. dice;For RilionauttacknSICK nvSI'KVSIA, CONSTIPATION IIHAUAl'HK.Colic.DeprrxiiKin Inan.

7 8d<1 70 88 71 Palm Beach on Saturday. of Spirit. SOUR STOMACH\ ,

8 88 70 1 85 72 Messts. R. F. Hall, A. T. Feaster and Advertise In the ADVOCATIC If you Heartburntc.not to. contain'1'hlaInrl"I1.* aisle.,l particle remedy of Uwnrrmited DistilledWater

Total rainfall for the week: 1:08 Inches John Walker, of Titusvlllo, were in town want to increase your business MEKCUKV, or any mineral kubHtanco, but U

Departure from normal rainfall for the last Tuesday'on business I'LTKKIW VKOliTAHMS,
joek! : minus 0.3(1: ( inches. Departure containing these Southern Root and Herb Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers _
from normal rainfall since January 1 J. A. Gilbert wns calling on friends in Till CUnln :sCY.HOllE which un nil-wise I'rovulenre nun |placed l In ,
:. our city one day, last week. He coumrie. where liver. Utapanoa most prevail. FACTORIES ...
comes .. .
tins 2.U7 inches. from Eau Uallie U will cur all l>l.ic..... c...... J. W. CnoNI, Observer. Messrs. in his buggy these days. SOUND' FLA., Sept. 7, Mid.Editor The of SYMPTOMS the I Iver and of Liver ItowelH.Complaint nrlt. Cocoa and West Palm Bench.

Near & Taylor, having finished mouth I'ain In the
bad l In the
_1llIol'nl bitter or tests ;
the well for Mr. : mistaken for KlieJniatiwu .. .. -
Welles often -
are now at Hack Sides or Joints - ------- --- -- -
Cocoa. work putting down a six-inch one for Dear Sir :-I subjoin a slight outline ; 5our Stom.ch; Leas vf Appetite, ,;

another party in town. sketch one or two of the primary reasons Lens Howel.alternatelcostiveandlnY of Memory: : with H painful | Ht''ach"j SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
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having fulled to ln I noincthinn which I outthttohave
Carpenters are at work again. on the Walter Haslehurst's smiling face was why a single gold Standard 1 l is so unanimously been done{ (Debility Low 5plrlt, a thick .

h. F. Travis residence. seen In town last Saturday.) lie came advocated by those who are and yellow anpfiirnnce, of the Skin and Ryes.., a dry
from Roselautl otiKh 0 len mistaken fur Consumption.SoitiHinieN
up business. lIe Is
Orange groves are all looking well and on have been entrusted with the emulation: many of thoHO symptom attend
In.ikinga fine growth. They are putting building a dock for L. C. Moore, at Err the disease, nt other vcr taw; lint the I.IVKK I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First
and control
clUloune. of government treasuries of la generally the neat of the (lixriiHa' .n.11t not
.m a :September or fall growth. Kexulatcd In time, treat miffeiing, wietched-
The meeting at tIle Methodist Last Sunday\ we noticed O. F. Paddlson this nnd other countries, by bankers and ness and, I>EA Tit will "nM''''. class SEEDS in the State-
prayer and wife! Mrs. R. W. Goodo, Miss others engaged,; in the conduct of International The following highly e.teemed pernonattest .
hunch is held on Thursday evening, In- to the virtue of hiinniona (Liver Regulator! -
tend of Wednesday, as heretofore. Annie Goode; also Messrs. A. J. Goode, commerce, by all who have had Uen. W. s. l Holt Prep lie' S. \" K. tt. Co.) Key. :g- SEND FOR PRICES Ucforo ordering\ elsewhere All Seeds. tested.
A. E. Campbell and Stanley Jones, driving largo anti varied business on both Asides J I I. R. Felder. Perry, Oa.{ l ol. K.: K. Spark Al- before sent out.
\. E.Sh"rlf lhbb Cu.,
bRnYLil\"l\ MuHtemon,
making Is order of the road |
Guava jelly tha the on to Eau Gallic.
ion. Alexander 11. Stephens.\ L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
of the Atlantic, and by philosophers who U..I)
ll.iy. The fruit Is not so plentiful aa It "We have tesivd its virlues", i>..r.onnlly, and
Jiscd to be; the crop will be a short one. Invitations were received lately by a have made political economy, their lifelong know that for Dyspepsia, Hilionsnesn and 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FA.
large number of our people to a ball at Throbbintt I lU-iidnche it Iialho I he.lll".lIclne the .
Mr. O. K. Woo and family have been Saiuo, on Thursday evening\, Sept.: 10th, study. world ever, .IIW \Vo tried foitv other remedies

komewhat under the weather, but all are given by Messrs. Stanley Jones aud J. A.Gilbert. The two main functions of money arc before Sinunun.Liver than Ki-KiilHtor.rrliuf; mit but the iioiunaveu Kiirn.lator .
mprovlnit. They report a pleasant and More about It later. the facilitating of exchange of commodities not only: ti-mnoinry:n-liv-vcil, tint cuted u*." h.1*. A Fertilizer for Fruit <
jirofitable season at their pineapple TtLKOKAI-ll ANI ]MhHSKNOhK, Macon, U...
l on the St. Lucie. Mr. Finnk Powell returned from Chicago botwonn Individuals nnd states, and M KACII'KM:" ONI V HV V
l.l.intatioa last week, where he has end- estimating, by a common measure, the J. H. ZLILIN CO.: l'htlOJelplda, "'",. ,

Memorial services to Mrs. Blackburn, ing'the summer. Ills many friends are values of the various products of the -- .. ._ "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer I
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rife of former pastor of the M. E. leased to welcome him home again
be held Frank labor/ of nmn. Circulation is the natural and tho subsidiary lI1<'tl\l" eniplnvod
will the that ns
burch, on evening of says McKinley will Illinois '
\\\o\\ 17th, in which those most intimate by a big majority.Miss expression for the mode by which the commonly> which they lnoino money ns :Pr1oo: : $2Si.0o: :Por: T<:>:n...

with the deceased while here, will take L. Van Scbaick's lends exchange and valuation of these products nnde'stooi. The coltmgo ofa QUARANTINED ANALYSIS :..... ...
many state Is that state's pnanuitoo of the
>>art in the services. here will be sorry to learn that her line, is performed. Money\ by itself, weight and HncnrHs xtnmpod upon every Moisture i. . . . . > ," ,8 to 111 Per Cent.

largo hotel in Ontonagan, Mich., (the does not constitute wealth. It is not unit, multiply nud fraction of tits unit of Ammonia . 't ,.I$}, to tl\ "

'ob[Send the ADVOCATE need. an order for any Blglow), was destroyed by lire lately wealth, for Instance, In the possession of the adopted motnl standard of value, Pluwphorlo Acid, . ,5' to il "
printing you ] and ns It was not Insured she lost all.
Her brother also lost the the miser. Robinson Crusoe, to tako a and upon any subsidiary metal or alloy, Potash (Actual), . . ,1\(! to H II .
heavy by same multiple and fraction of tho standard\
ilre. familiar Illustration, on visiting the unit of valve tho state : Made! exclusively from Bright Cotton /Seed Moid, :Nitrate: of Soda Illood, Bone .
Reams. wreck of his ship on the sands of Juau in may UlKHolvtvl Phosphate, Flno Ground Tobacco Stems mud Sulphate of Potash.
The Bellevue hotel and grounds present Fernandez and finding bags of money, natural putty exchange Thisis JCIT" Write for dlri-etloiiM for using/ and further piirttculniH; also axle for
a to tho of
an attractive appearance to visitorsto threw them Into tho Kea with mlnglud Huquouco adoption copy of "Koonoinlcal; Keitlllalng for Fnilt." Wo curry u lingo stock of nil Fortlll
Miss Roberta spent Saturday and Sun- Melbourne. a metiilllc medium) of exchange, to enable -
Mr. Campbell, the proprietor footings" of grief nu.11'I\jo that they woveso ) traders zer Material, Cotton KeUlllllolI, Tobacco Dust, Potiiidi, etc.Vllto for pi'Ice* b t-
last with
lliiy of week, her friend, Miss Is making Improvementsin (exchangers) to dispense
many utterly useless to him. Perhaps the lose buying. Wo Hook the growers triulo direct
puwson I of Narrows.Every his l.Ieltutiful'wns\ and flower parable, of the talents illustrates In the with the tedious operations of assaying

one says we will have a storm dens and splendid tennis court. gar-I clearest and simplest manner the use and weighing/: \ the exchange/ medium nt WILSON & TOOMER ,

[tills year, and the present Indications preparing for his winter guests, and all I and abuse of money. The two servants ouch transaction. Coinage confers no
would seem to favor such a conclusion. who go: there will find a home-like place who traded with the talents entrustedto extra value on the standard metal or The Fertilizer House of Florida, .
I metals coined I further than' the cost ofoolnlnj.t
to stop. them, doubled them; the fool, who Jacksonville, Fla.Fred'k. .
Once more there was a log-rolling on which In the coining of the
ill- Jones' new clearing; though the Mr. R. W. Goodo, of the real estate hoarded his, got-his lleeel'ta. standard bullion is generally home by _ __n ___ _._ _
Wealth is the stored product of the
firm of Goode fe Goode made business
*eather is so warm that only a few took a the coining state.
trip to Cocoa last week to clone sale of Individual or state In excess of his or Its
un active part in the work. a The Intrinsic value of coined unit of
the Verbeke place at Lotus. 1'hl8ls Immediate necessities.! Tim manner in S. Morsexx
one either of the nobler metals-{{old or silver -
The last coat of paint has been put on of the finest places on the ilvcr, well which it may have boon acquired does -therefore' Is its cost of production, .

Itlio new house of Jas. Roberts, and to>> known for Its choice fruits, and having not alter what it really U; whether by nothing more nor IUBH. This Is easily

|nay it shines would be to express it escaped so well from the freeze two work, Inheritance, theft or force, by demonstrated by> Illustrating follows
ns i
mildly. We wonder if the proud ownerill The lucky buyer Mr. either the individual or the state, does!
years ago. was If the cost or labor In obtaining one R=.4 ..L =szA.TE
\ be able to leave it long enough too Lazelle, of Minneapolis, Minn., who will not alter its character. For the sake of of -ISO the ,
ounce grains pure gold; equals
I the consideration of I,
simplicity omit
"coon" make ,
hunting. some valuable improvements on it
soon land or real estate, which Is only one of cost or of raising thirty odd bushels J.\o2X.A.J.\02X": : ::mad Oc:.., I'LORID: :: i
Some time ago we were glorying in the many methods of storing wealth, of wheat, ono ounce of pure /gold' cnn ;

ho fact that we had no mosquitoes Rev. W. C. Barnes returned home much the same as )is done lu live stock, only be exchanged;: for that quantity or
now we think that off from measuro of wheat, and no more; and If AGENT FOR LANDS OF
they were only ona Covington, Ky., where he took his shares In public or private works for the ---
visit for they have returned, and we family on a visit to Mrs. Barnos' old general weal, ships, machinery and. so ono ounce of silver costs, in labor, rather j'I

should judge with all their friends and home. Mrs. Barnes" Miss Joan and on; and for the same reason I purposely over one bushel of wheat, that quantity Florida East Coast Hallway Company, .

hiBlghbors, and neighbors children, too. young Master William, will return home avoid as much ait possible allusion to Is all the"wheat it will exchange for. Asa lrlOI'hllVUIKt Lino Canal A Truimpoitatlon! Company,
of fact this Is tho relative In-
later. It is needless to that Mel- matter ,
say the sub-divisions involved In treating of
llostoii A .1 tilimlc value of these two metals at this
bournltes! were pleased to see Mr. Barnes wealth its medium of
Banyan. back again, for he knows that when he money, or such as purchasing exchange-power of moment in the open markets of tlio _n_ __ __ __ .. __ __ .. __ ___ u u. _._ "

Is gone we areas sheep without a shep metals, rise and fall of motels, InsufUc- world.
herd.! Last Sunday he delivered fine But the cost of obtaining or producing
a lent circulating medium sixteen to one
The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
Mr. Jake Field in
was Banyan one day
usual those metals Bvory mining engineer
In his vary.
l.utt week sermon easy style, to an attentive ratio, the movement of elope, tho honest
| buying pineapple plants. congregation.PURE and mine owner, all over tho world, ,
dollar (whatever that 114)), etc., etc., as
C. A. Smith passed through Banyan much as possible, as all tending to befogging tell UM that the cost of obtaining gold Is
_]. JSTTI:: >IjiO"V\7" Gt-oxxM. .
last week, on his way to Atlantic, whereho the simple treatment of the currency just about equal I to Its value. ThU la : an.a&or.I.A'l'J
Lincoln Sour Mash whiskey
| went to look after his plantation. County and exchange/ branch of political just really' what it always will bo. This ( CHAPMAN A SUULOW.) J
at $3.25: per gallon at Lesley & In the fundamental truth which constitutes -
Mrs. Goo. Houston has been spending Kenaker's. economy, in the hope that this letter Iold-thu scientific standard measure South Jacksonville Florida.
of help to of readers \
many your
may prove
several days here visiting her sister, of labor. It is the earliest\ elementary -
(Mrs. McMillan. :She returned In coming to a sound and just opinion MANUFACTURER OF
to Enu substance In universal demand! thatIs -
Eau Gailie.
Gallie on Sunday last.E. upon the paramount question I of the obtained by labor, I\nliis therefore the !

W. LaRoche passed through hereon hour.Money U the medium used to exchangethe natural and sclontillo standard of laboror FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and

Tuesday last. lie was taking his Rev. S. F. Gove will preach at the varied accumulated products, constituting value. To-day, silver, owing to ,

hone to Narrows, where he will plant Baptist church next Sunday. wealth, between Individuals Increased efficiency In the machinery and !

(vegetables the coming season. Tropic farmers have commenced and states. It U obvious that an Individual sources appliances of employed obtaining, the It, opening the Increasing of new Vegetables, and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material,

Born-To Mr. and Mrs P. A. MciMtllau planting beans for an early fall crop.Don't or state, producing In excess only facilities of recovering It from the waste I
one or two commodities and desirous of Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc Also j
on Saturday night last, a fine forgot to vote at the other commodities products of the arts and manufacture In ,
primary exchanging the same for -
boy. Mother and child are doing well, election for treasurer which It l Is used, can bo produced or The Tr Xard-TI.JXI.o&: :EJ1-a.n.CL j
1 little county to-morrow. ( he or it cannot produce, or if attempted amo-L1.: & : :
stranger$; boy also made his ap- obtained at half the cost of that of 25 or
earnnce. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. The registration books close tomorrow to be produced can only be I 'M: back-at half the cost within a Ammonia . ,4 to 0' per cent j ;
J.U. Ragan on Sunday, and as it is their Marshal Snell) is- registration effected with !greater labor, or what Is generation years 1 Available PhoH. Acid.. ,0( to H! per cont S lor $' :..ifl.OI'ct Ton..

first born, Mr. pagan is wearing a broad officer. the same thing-greater cost, can more The Increasing approach to general I'otHMli K 0..4 . ,li to 7 per cent ) I

mile conveniently effect the change by some standard of Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin. Write for J
The schooner Princess has been chartered adoption of gold as u single
common recognized standard medium.It Prices. Orders for ii tons and for our brands will bo delivered free ef all
of labor civilized ,
value or measure among j
by Mr. Geo. Haslehurst, of Mel Is also as clear that the medium so. depot
I.SEND to Lesley & Renakor's for a gallon bourne. and intor-trading states Is a further freight charges/ to any railroad on the East Coast lit catalogue pl'lcelllotll..
employed must be of tho same value as
| of good old Bourbon at *4 a gallon. the commodities by which it Is ex- and complete demonstration one Is further notice.DUREN.

Mrs. Lockwood, of Melbourne, spent It sought for-of this fundamental prliciple .. .. .. .. .. -----.. ---- -
that Is have -
changod must cost as --- -- -- -- --- -
Sunday last In Eau Gallic, the guest of ; that Is, that tho costliest elementary -
labor obtain
much to produce or as was
Roseland. Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt. substance produced Is the only & FEASTER.
expended In creating the commodities It
It Is rumored that Stanley Jones will assisted to exchange. Thus we see scientific standard by which labor cnn bo

Mrs. D. Cain spent Sunday with become a partner in the fish business of money Is both a medium of exchange scientific measured.or true In other standard words of value., the only GROCERIES FRUITS &: VEGETABLES. Florida and:
|lends in Sebastian. A. A. Ford & Co. and a common measure of the cost of "

_ Messrs. Adams and Ely each made The new supports recently constructed production produced. or In value plainer: of every words commodity, we find and valises of the approximate two noblo relative metals bulk, In Western Meats of All Kinds, Crockery, Ohsll and 1'IIIWI\I' .II
add much the SfJllclteti.
to strength and Your
|short l visits to Melbourne the latter part very money In In reality the common standard the open market of the world, are I patronage '

Mast week. appearance of the railroad bridge. of measure of all the fruits of labor, as Oold, lib. (avoir), In worth about $280, TITUSVILLE, FLOIIIDA..

Rev. Mr. Lowder, of Sebastian, well as its medium of exchange. or one ton-2C001bs.-about $5i'OOOiJ.' ) .
The dock which Mr. L. C. Moore has Silver, lib. (avoir), In worth about $H or '
been preached to the Methodist congregationlast The two fundamental qualities a simple 11.
having built, on the north side ofrrtildoune. and one ton-2, Sunday, morning evening. and effective medium of exchangeor
| Is now completed.One standard of vaiue must possess aie treasury In Washington would therefore GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !
Geo. W. has finished out
night last week a wild-cat visited Hays setting portability and comparative Indestruct be quite safe in offering any citizen
10,000< fine pineapple slips, on his placeat *'IXK In silver for nothing provided he
Trilby cottage! with the evident intention ibility. To obtain the first, the best I
| of making a meal of the house-cats Aspinwall. His pines are lookingwell. medium la the elementary substance undertook to remove It unassisted from

living there. Messrs. White and Foulk that requires the most labor to produce its vaults, as ho would have SIX pounds

succeeded In driving the beast away, To-morrow Is the last day for paying or obtain It, weight for weight with I to carry; but It would be scarcely wise, LITTLE :aROS.

hut! In doing so a hole was torn In the 1193 poll tax, to vote at the ensuing other substances. Metal posses these however to offer to give him the same .... .

screen, and upon retiring to finish their election. Send 1.00 to, E. W. Hall, two qualities In a !great degree!!: hence all amount in gold, as lie would only have

lRht's repose, they found that the mos- Sharpes, }'la.lfes8rs. the well known metal have been In use a little over 11 pounds to carry. FERTILIZER &: PHOSPHATE CO. '
''iuitoes had also paid them a visit with among nation and Individuals at some The advocates of free coinage/ of silver

|the intention of making a meal of them. Jonos and Gilbert gave a danceat time or other, until the Increasing artificial for the United States a false, because :
I Hotel du Nil Sarno, last evening. wants of civilization roughly arbitrary value or measure of labor, propone Ox: : : cxivi11a: : : ZT'1a.. :
The bridge arrived in Roseland Dancing and card playing were Indulgedin <
gang caused the classification of metal into then to drive /gold out of circulation -
:Saturday night, and left again Monday till a late hour. Aro Offering Thoii-
two-the useful metal and the noble and substitute silver, for this will ,

lidRht.! away While the here wreckage they finished of the draw.clearing The Board of Aldermen met last Sat metals-which latter embrace gold and surely, follow the free coinage of any "A11 ro-u.x:1.d.:: : :erax:1.d.: .
metal at an arbitrary higher value than
and until
this !
urday evening, adjourned liver only. These two n.eUU are the
bridge, which blew down several months
business of chief almost the media It really has. The law that a depreciated o.i1!
( evening of
Friday) no Impor only exchangeused
ago, and recovered considerable of tile at tho Low Price of
debased drive out the Exceedingly
tance being transacted.The now In our time; but the greater or currency
ironwork from the bottom of the river,
known to all
good currency-commonly
As there are two boats anchored here steamer CourteDar Is undergoing number gradually of adopted Inter-trading gold the states bout have because !familiar with the element of political Per Tone ;
an sa5
[awaiting, the opening of the draw, the extensive carpenter and the most convenient medium of economy an the 'Gresham" law-Is I a* (
I railroad possibly repair machinists being hard at work on he,.
company may Immutable the laws that gravitation
and standard of value a* govern -
the bridge, sometime. She will have a new boiler and be thoroughly exchange of labor. It I III of the or or the tide They propose, then, ( Ammonia . ",. .: .fi to 0 per cent
refitted. measure greater to drive out a portable and almost Indestructible Guaranteed Aiialy l* i { Available Phosphoric Acid. . 4to 6" "
YOUR I I weight, very high cost of production, ( Actual I'otash . . .3 to 4 "
: orders
for pure corn whiskey can Capt. McIntyre Is disconsolate over and I la consequently! of greater value with currency, and substitute and "

be filled at tJ.SO: a gallon at Losley 4Kenaker the sudden death of hU. dog Tom, who least bulk; that In, It ha extreme porta- : saddle u* with an enormously bulky one Manufactured from the Purest Ammoniates, Super-phosphate, and Po .ube.'

**. was a great favorite, not only with Capt. bility and Is practically Indestructible. that will leave us out of touch with Nothing better for Pineapple, Vegetable, and present condition of the Orange

and Mrs. Mcintyre, but with their Other nations still retain or adopt silver nearly every civilized Inter-trading state. Tree

Melbourne. friends and neighbors. a* a ktandard. No nation poisesse two Riving, for so advocating, absolutely no A fine stock of all kinds of Fertilizer :Material constantly on hand.

I Wm. R. Roesch opened up hi* fish standard. Two standard of labor cannot U sane reason, because they cannot-there rr- Write Pamphlet: and Prices. ;

; business this week, with several large exist unless they are equal; and If none. LITTLE FERTILIZER PHOSPHATE CO.
CODE *: OOODE.-Real Estate and equal are no longer two. Almost, Indeed Your. truly, BROS. & ,
Loans. Agents for Etna, London and shipment Mr. R. has hail a quantityof every civilized state employ other subsidiary II. MACMATTIB."I Jacksonville, Fla.
job printing done by the ADVOCATE: :
Liverpool and Globe and ImperialFire Printing House, TUusvIll, and Is much substance* money to facilitate __ H" __ ._
Insurance. Special attention paidto pleased with the quality of the work and exchange: In email quantities among lu consider It my duty" say Mr.F.Z.

the Interest ol non-residents., the reasonable price*charged therefor. own citizens but these all represent Dla, of San Diego, Texas, "to certify r THE "ADVOCATE" does flrst-class, uptodateJOB

multiple or fraction of the unit of the that Aver'* Pill completely relieved my

Invitations are ont for the wedding ofr. The steamer Kathleen took the schoon standard of value or measure of labor wife of neuralgia from which complaint PRINTING and we are prepared to meet all Competition
< Wra. which will take Bristol to Titusville Monday where have ,
IL DnBoM, they respectively adopted. she wa. for a long time, a great auf
I'lace In St. Louis Mo. The bride UUM she will be hauled out on the way for This bring me to the subject of the ferer." They are' easy to take and always

Dean Spencer, a charming young cleaning and painting. Her owner, Mr. coinage of the unit of standard of value* effect.... in prices. Give us a trial order.



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'fid d ,i : ; ; !.:: 6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 11. J896.j .

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Modesty. : of the New. Woman. which is'made by me. I have been busy

., : I"" The new woman tolls 118 that tho pres. A Sufferer Cured"Every KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. lately drawing a design for a fan to be
.1 !. ix::, I out century I in her own and indeed made in this fine old lace, mid it is going -

1\I\ (llIJ ho approaches the truth in this instance season, from the time I the Seminole Court home Lodge,,the No.first 3(1(, holds four Its Thursday meetings.even at I hope, to be quite lovely. I triedat M

::1', tihn has ings of each month, at B oclock
: promised us a woman'lIut p. m.
? was two years old, I suffered dread. first to prhk it myself, but that was
,' Bible and she ban shown that the L. T. GOODY 8. I>. GEIGER
-' E fully from erysipelas irnpoiwible I have drawn out
which so now
"j. infinite father does not lie, Jealousy kept C. C. M. of F. .t K. of It. A: S. e., F
"I escape (growing worse until my hands were the design anew and sent it away to the itif
)kd:I for she hat discovered that w' }
\ we almost/ useless. The bones softened INDIAN RIVER GUARDS luce Bounties-Nottinghamshire, t'tc.-
pray to a heavenly Mother as .
l'r't.' I well BO that they would !bend. and severalof Drill at the to bo properly prepared fur working. :
all a heavenly Father. She informs Armory over !county ,jail, every
Goodness' knows when I shall i it
: lingers J'lIe"lIayevenlnJ( In the month, at H o'clock., get
li j n s that the fathers my are now crooked from
pilgrim are no "
I A.T. ,
TExASnxaCa1 book-they always take so long.
I 1It { more, and adds, "There stepped on this cause. On mj 'o e
J'1 Plymouth Rock, on the bleak shores of hand: 1 carry large INDEPENDENT ivory carvings that have become discolored -
i (" New England, 88 women occouipsnieiby scars, which, but forAVER'S can be restored by using a flan.
; 69 lltiiRvllle Lodge\ No. IT moats Tuesday '
; d men mid children At expos! '' evening. 1:30: In lreHhyterlan chiircli.every i'libllo upi wet in turpentine. Put them in the 'I
< I l tions she must have a "woman's build- ineotlnica drat Tuesday in each lunnth. sunshine for three or four days after the

s;. ,"I/ ilk I ing," wherein she may glorify the C. A. GARDNERl. W. SCOHIK first rubbing end wet them again while

:.: I,'I'' work of her brain and hund. No work Sarsaparilla, wouldbe Boii't. c.; T. they are in the sun.

.: h. done by man can be placed beside hers sores, provided I -
1 i I for examination or competition. was alive and able ---- --- : ,
:I &f t Surely CHUUCUKS. Never patch a woolen dress unless 1 1is It s
:,, l'I 7t t i s she furnishes a noteworthy example ofj ; '. to carry anything. absolutely unavoidable. Tack a pieceof
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modPHty and self abnegation for the "' **
N Eight bottles of the material underneath the weak

j, '. II I I 4 benefit of the tyrant man I-Mrs. Frank Ayer's Sarsaparilla cured me, so EriSCOPAL CHURCH place and darn on the right side, and
,r IL Winston in Forum. Skrvlcen the 2nd and 4th Sundays In each
if done the will
that 1 have carefully repair hardly
had no return of the
7 it month,at 11 a. in. and 7:30: p. m. Sunday chool '
; t disease for than every Sunday at 0:JD a. m. at show.
g B ,', more twenty _
( l : the Triumph of Creation.A years. 8 I p. m. on Wednesdays. Litany service. every
\.11 1, ', new argument for the general superiority The first bottle seemed to reach the Friday at 10 a. m. Mary E. Whittemore and Mary A.

t u :{ ,ill I, !h' + and all tightness of women spot and a persistent use of it has Rev B. F. Known! Rector. Grover are members of the board of directors -

,\ ", J'il' : r" was advanced recently at the Professional perfected the cure."-O. C. DAVIS, of the First National bank of

: '"I\i \" I Woman's league. The speaker, Wautoma, Wis.AVER'S. METHODIST CHURCH Nephi, Utah.It SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

'ft ; i Dr. Wilcox, was telling of a discussion services every first third and fourth
I'I{ r 8 she once had with a Virginia Snmiay. at II a. m. and 7:00: ) p. m. Huinluy is a suggestion from an artist that Fluent Cuisine. and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York
,iI t clergy Scholl Hunday at 1(1( :nu) a. m. Epwortli
( man, who believed that women were J..eallIo ever Sunday at:'t:'Ml p. m. Prayer mast a landscape rather than a single figure The Fleet I. composed of the following Handsome New Steal Steamers"Comanclie" :

r, + quite inferior to men in intellect. nif every Thnrmlay night at Tags: I.. .... Tho.La.llo. picture or a portrait should rest upon "
r., Aid Hf>eloty inoetn every WedneHdav: (new) "Algonquin "Iroquois Cherokee "Seminole."
r' "Yon believe in the Bible?" she ask at 3 IMI p. in. Everybody welooino at our church an ciwcl./ ,
I I '}, ed. "You believe in the first two chap Be rv Ires. NorthBound.Steamers .
1'. S[. C. KA1>B It is matter of
) Plt tor. now a controversy
ters of Genesis Well, if you will oast are appointed to nail according to the tide
,: t I 1 Q your mind over the history told in those whether women ought to be naturalized From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston. ), Sunday and IliiiriilmnFrom ,
before CHARLESTON 8. C., Mondays and. rrhlmi
being permitted to vote.
I two chapters, you will find that in the ATEB'S PIUS Promote Good Digestion. I'RFK YTKRIAN CHURCH. For hour of nailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville. and Charleston dally i I'RIeri i,

\ 1 t :! creation, God began with the lowest Inanimate Services every Sabbath at 11 a.m.an,17.30p.m. SouthBound.Steamers .
nmlay RdiiHil at \U:4A a. m.. Ch"" Gardner,
; things came first, then the low. Bunt l'rayel'meoth'l on Wednesday evening are appointed to sail from Tier 20, East River, New York at 3 p. m., an follows! :
(, !4 er animals, up through the different aqd Dr. Martha Hughes Cannon of salt at 7:30. The public are cordially Invited to attend Education of For CHARLESTON.C., Tuesdays and Fridmn\ ,
i' t4'' grades, and what was the last thing he Lake City have lately been appointed our.ervlc B. H. M. OOI For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston). Tuesdays and FridaLClyde's ,
>I>RLL: 1'UBtor.
1 1 ''ll j created P""Man members of the board of trustees of the BODY
r ,, was tho triumphant answer. Utah Deaf and Dumb institute. Governor St. Johns River Line.

,; "Indeed, no. When God hud created Wells, in appointing two women BAPTIST CHURCH. MIND,

? le man he was quite dissatisfied He then and three men, is consistently carrying Preaching every second and fourth Sundays MORALS. (DE BABY LINE)

made woman,and has rested ever since. out the equal suffrage law of the state. morning Wednesday; and evening.evening.at Prayer 7:10:( ) o'clock.Meeting Sunday every. Steamer "Ever lade,"

9 -New York Herald. School every Sunday at 9:411: a. m. Also ,'reach.Ina -
: ., FIRST OF THE KIND. first Sunday at LaOran invited Sunday, ....
1 Saltaoft Neatnler.. Uak Hill. All are cordially to attend. Leaves Jack onvllle, from foot of Laura Street at 0 a. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays for rilntkn:
Sultana Neumier A Woman Who HM Bn Offered. the P... II. A. ORIUBR: Pontor. The Sanford,Enterprise Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
who has
I y just died .11.1.. of Mitt Superintendent. Florida Leaves Sanford 5 a. In., and Enterprise 8.30: ) a. m., Mondays and Thursdays for JacksonvIlle.
t? at her home in Lebanon, Syria was
Mrs R. A. Emmons who has been CATHOLIC CHURCH.
r well known in this country. She landed Agricultural SOUTH I10UND. SCHEDULE NORTH BoC:)D.
; offered the position of superintendent Service at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In new Read down. Head III',
an an immigrant at Ellis island in the
of of t an Arizona gold mine, is a notary Church aterhlHin building 8 North Tltiwvllle. Children's College Leave 8.31)) p. .... .... .....................Jacka..nvllle............,..,......... Arrive 8.30 sot
ti spring 1891. She was highly educated and real estate and fire at p. m.RRV..J. 11'. Rector. grants Government. u 8.016 p. m. ............ .. ..............palatka.... .... ...,................ Leave Ito I'' m.
speaking English and four other languages rablio Insurance O'llovLB b UI'Iorte.1| by from the national ? 3.00 a. m. .... .... ... ........... AlOtol'.. ............... .... .. .. 3.00 p..111.
r besides her native agent, with an office in the Boyce build. All tuition free and to all female studentn Women from 4.30 a. m. ..........................St. II'rancl...................... .... II 1.3IIa. m.
,,; i 1 tongue and board Florida with Open) families to male in Men board at 5,311 a. m. .... ........ ............. I1e..ror. .... ........ ............... II 12,00 nooDo
it was her intention to fit herself in this InR.Bhe Menu for town. month. A moat 8,011 a. m. ........ .... :...........Jlllle MI'rlng................ ..... .... II 1I.3IIa. w.
;j country for Christian work is the wife of the Rev. A. H. College location.Hall $10.00. per attends allmounts Arrive 8.311 a. m. .... .... .,..... ......... ..Sanr"rtl....................... .... II 911[ a. m.
missionary Emmons, a Baptist clergyman and PIllOW Lao. R..TlT.d. ,healthy free of ehnrne.College Burgeon discipline under .. 9.211 a. m.......... ...... ........ ....nte."rIMe... .. .. ................ .. 0 Y.30 a. D'
i I among her own people in Syria She lives with her husband and three children An interest in pillow lace making as 1 a enuliiate: : of West Point.Military Four courses of .. .. .... ..80. 11'1... Railroad Wharf (Sanford.1280) p.m.
soon. began to give talks in various Instruction Agricultural, Mechanical, Latin Passenger
f churches on the customs and habits of at Hyde Park. She began business fancy work seems to be awakening in Iciuntlllc and Women' Superior equipmentIn Gen'l and TIcket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
eight yean ago Mrs. Emmona) writes London, if one may judge from the fol. Laboratories. Olve degrees; of H. a. andA.
t eastern peoples, and many influential extraot from H. Business course (giving; free Instruction
"> church members in the eastern cities became lowing an English girl'sletter hI penmanship. book-keeping, business law, J. A.LKHLIK, Bupt. JNO.L.HOWARD, Fla. Fr't Agt. F.IKOHMONGVR Jit., Fla.Tans. Agt
to friend in New York
a : short hand typewriting and telegraphy. JACKSONVILLE:, FLA.
I deeply interested in her. Though Fall. fith
October ,
"You should just sue our drawingroom 1HIW. For open Monday full TMKII..Enomi,T. M., A.J COLE General Passenger Agent; M. H. CM DK,A T)1.
j she soon learned to love America she catalogue. giving information
'i at present! There are no less than adores, /S BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.
: did not lose sight of her original idea, four lace about it and .
; pillows lying O. CLUTK President, WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents .
T d even after she married a young graduate mother's loom into the bargain. The Lake City, Florida.WantedAn B Bawling;Green. New. York 13: So. Delaware. A.....Philadelphia

p of Harvard. Their decision to go to room looks like a factory. Mary has

1 y Syria was hastened by her ill health. I lately taken to pillow lace and is making -- ----

i i i They sailed last fall, but it wan toot some handsome coarse lace to go '*)
; late and the news of her death hurt just MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
round a teocloth. Mother has two pillows UBBENBRA55
i been York Tribune.
r.ecelved.-New in like .
/I barrel, on which she is making a large Florida, New York,
Mix Virginia B..dal.. square of Russian l lace for a sofa cunh- FIHM. STEELDIES.WAXSEALS.IRASSCHECKS.

t a The Bryn Mawr European fellowship Ion. It will be ezovcdingly handsome.On Philadelphia and Boston.Sailing .

: for the year 1800-7 just awarded, gives her other pillow she is working some TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIES 7n. from Brunswick On, direct to New lork.

tho highest academic honor to be won \0 insertion to go between the strips of i; (,
+ "r in America to North Carolina STEEL BIGGEST PLAN", PASSENGER SKKVICK.FBtenmer .
R girl, shwa
linen she is weaving on her loom for a Jda '
r 1 Miss Virginia Ragsdale of Jamestown, eiiclothl I Did hear of such IN THE SOUTH' train leaves Jacksonville (Union Pepnt), "ALL
you ever an nAIL,," F. C. Ac; f. U. R. on Thursday only 4:05 p. m. Arrillrunswlck \'
N. C. Miss Kagsdule wins her prize in undertaking I am making some very 130 p. m. l'assengurs going at once. un )buardsteamer. <'

competition with an unusually strong fine real old English lace of the kind .
1, r i class, ranking the distinction, of course, ailed Buckinghamshire which is Through ear without transfer, Jacksonville to Bi'nniw lit

'! a'' all the greater.; The fellowship gives scarcely made at all nowadays and is Who can think PKOPOSKU SAILINGS I
Idea of some simple Lv.New.York, 1'ler:11: E. R.,3 30.d. Standard Hruii \\lk.\
I the holder f 500 to the of : m ( Time.) Lv.
pay expenses worth a small fortune. It is very quaint U>ln.to patent
ono year's study in some European university and beautiful fine and has Totoot your Idea*: they mar bring aen t tatbw: :: Friday<< Aug; 7.... ...... .., ......... .RIO GR4.NDK........ .. ..... .. .. ..Frlihn. Aim;, H
quite very afine Writ.nays.* JOHN WKDDEKBCRN. *.. CO Friday<< .Ang,14.... ..... .. .., _..........COLORADO... .... .... ......._ .. ..Friday, An* :*
I e the choice being loft to her, Are insurance only in Lake county. She net groundwork like brussels, all of .nll JII'WMhlnuton of two hundred D O,inventions fur their .1.1b1"wanted.' prise! offer FrldayAug,2L.: << .. ......... ... ......RIO UANDE....... ....... .... ?Friday, Antf,:'
subject to the approval of the Bryn takes her wheel spring and fall Friday. ,Ang 211.\\ ....oo ............COLORADO.... .. ...... ...,..Friday Seit| 4
every .. .
Friday,Sept.4 4..RIOGRANDE..I'rldaySept.llFor l>
( i ; Alawr\ faculty. ______ and makes a canvass of Lake, but does
general Information steamer train, rates etc apply to any railroad agent or to
Two Prise WI..e_ business the rest of the ;year in her office.Mrs A..P. MURPHY, Trav. Agent, JaC'k"onvlhe. CHAR. DAVIKtJVgent; 2'.lO W. Hay St.Jacks iIVIIle
I Emmons was educated for a H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Brunswick, Ga.
Miss Mary Brewster Hazleton. of Boston business woman, but married when 23 ( ... .. .. ...................... .. .... .. .......EE) C. H. MALLORY, General Agent Pier 20, I!:. River, and 31,2; Broadway N.Y.
l ; has won the first prize of 9800 in
I ,l lt4l ,l the competition for the Julius Hangar. years old and lived quietly at home .....TI-IE..... -
until her children
at when
were an
ten prizes at New York. The $300 was
offered for the best oil painting executed their education was too expensive for #i -x LADIES # # '
her husband's A Boon Florida
salary.A to
II ; in the United States by an American >
family conference was held, and she ,
citizen. Miss Hazleton's painting View it with oponod-eyed sur t
determined to enter business life. If sho
was entitled "In a Studio It is the
i and with inward
accepts the offer, she will be the first prise purchase
first time this. prize has been, won by a
woman to hold such a po"ltlon.-Chi. satisfaction. : : : : : : :
woman. Miss Louise Cox won the third Tribune. Water Works for Your Homes
prize of $100 a picture entitled "Po. ,

mona. Th. New 1"&ar7 Bal*.
I'I Some the *He i #i&**#** ** 'fIT Etc under Control
h I one nudged new woman your own -
A V.M*r Flra Brl...... ,
was presiding.
At a late meeting of the athletic association "What I. it?" asked the latter.
at Vassar the question of establishing 8111MMIIIUIVITII:
"Why don't you recognize that little
I a fire brigade was raised and in the front -I BEAUTY :-
I woman row?
aroused! much interest and enthusiasm. ; WE DO
haven't tho honor of her acquaint.
is .:: I J The college in admirably provided with ance, and I have yet to see the book on .KEATING.I

means to combat a fire but the girls etiquette that makes it even permissible THE REST

think that a little training of themselves
to recognize one to whom you have not .
would increase the efficiency of been> introduced." BICYCLE.Art Used with open and driven wells
its fire service. And the new woman looked at her Catalogue. 4ota In Stamp springs and lakes. A few minutes workat

Two Women Appointed.Mr critic as if she felt that she had completely an air pump delivers the water allover

1 : Harriet F crushed her.-Chicago Post KEATING WHEEL CO.
Emerson of Ogden your house with pressure. No cost

e( __ _un___ __ n HOLYOKE, !MASS.Q' to
P- -- -- -- - --- operate. No windmill or overhead

&r f . .. ... . ... -
< < tank. Simple and durable. '-''
1N4a + I -k''i-: .::
Write or apply for particulars to the SUCH ER'S
Pneumatic Water Works t:
a This ADVOCATE or to System.Dearing :>i

I ir FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow & Co., for either or Domestic PubUc. PwposetGearing r ( '

Parslow & Co., ; -3

I is the (Successors to THE .\. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H PAR.LOWMe.. ,
var.a na _

I Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise.

:i very best CHAS8: : :: L4-CM:: : &; OO- '

purchased in January last the Immense stock of Pianos Organs sheet

9 I SmokingTobacco' music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out FWl.n.e: Wirneis: an.c1 LicjuorS'
t _
1 the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices to make room for a full

lino of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klnfrsbury Pianos.
417, *1419 W.
t! We have the following pianos which are worth from $100 to *:JOO more than we Bay St..

: ask for them : JACKSONVILLE, .. FLA.
Conover, style K. wal. .. .. .. .. .. .."1M ]lI\lne8111'08., style S,mall.. ... .. ... .....<:ZOO y
iI Ill .. K.eb... .. .. .. .... :ate Sttmbart, .. IB........... ..... .. ... ... 275 Rye.and Bourbon Whiskies from 1.75
.J..h.. .... .. . 2n Malcolm Love wal....... .. .. ..2:1": to$3 JO twr nllon.Brandies *
made.Blackwell's '' J, wad. ... ... . .. .. .. 30041X1 Steinway eb.. ............. ..... Zen from f 1.75 to 93.TS
j IL i I' "JlI.eh.. .. ...... .. .. Everett, eb.. .. ... ........ 128i tr: per gallon.
_ I I K. wal.j: Klnirsbnry' .tyleR oh...., ....... .. .. ..i 329! J make a Specialty of North Caroina -
( ;H i I ;IcCanimou, style :a.wal..... ..... .. ... ... ...) .. .. A ebeb. .... .... ..-... .... :zoo .Mountain. old, Dew Corn Whiskey, three
I !W, man.... .... .. .. ;kai Knabe OranJStuyvenant ................ ... ... :Zen year. ':.1.110 per gallon.
t;, T, wal. ..... .... 9752IMt .. ... ...?.. .. ITS JuC-1 gal, 28cta, :I .....3IScte, 3 gal. a s
7.eb.. .. .... r wal...... ...... ......., 3ooU8 xeg\
Cenuine lielnee Kn. >..., e, eb.... .. .. .. .. ... :gin Neweby. Evan eb.. ..... ............ : +-1 pl.. *" 10 caJ.l r$125; Khhl"Pnrtiea
n 3,eb. ....... .. .......116/ J.... M.Star, eb.. ............._...._ 110 $1.50.)
u 3, man. ..... .... ........i IJo Morris loo living In Dry Towns will do

BULL DURHAM Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and wen hem to M order per.cent from on as all, orders.as we can save a

put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory momey re- ty-Always send<< r
funded. We furnish a stool scarf, Innstructiou book and delivered f. o. b. Jack. "-will not open DeW money accoanu with orders. I J
l You "will, and on*coupon buM Men t MM sag. sad two eonpoM InaM. web 4_.... onville; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. nltable Jacksonville: reference onleM Klvin: .
our a bag road tae coupon and w.bow bow roar alMf.,...,_In .-... FREVER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No Goods seat C. O,D. to Dry TOWRa.i .

24 E Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
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[, WORLD. feel an fpeolal' pride In the career of "The efforts and admonitions cf age For Attorney. r ::IOTIs7L5.:

the charming! : Steimats Rama Kana, one and long experience have but little if friends U. L. Gauldcn .. "
of Col. -- - ------ - - --p-
of the three Japanese women educated the THE
young influence toward checking long
any announce name as a candidate
OUGH STILL IN HER TEENS, SHE at Vassar college 20 years ego established control that fashion for years for the jumltlon of Prosecuting The Hotel Placide Opened B.f
RUNS A MONTANA BANK. by the Japanese government. has held over her followers. The old Attorney for llrevard county, at the ;: 1894

Private letters from the island empire look sadly on the vagaries of the young, Democratic primary elections.
KomarlutbU I continue to bring interesting word of but if they should look back to their
tilth alrcblar-A. this remarkable woman the wife now own early days they might recall ab For In the center of the city, on Main Street the dividing line between east and wont '
? WomM>-lf.w BBBlMid Women'sletyTo surdities. Perhaps even the dress and Itl'llrt."t'lltntive. one block from Ul Y. Everything: entirely new Kleguntly furnished> throughout. \

Be Mn. nin of Fmhlon.MtbeT of the Marquis Oyama, one of the heroes style to which for 1\ long time they have SKHASTIAN, Fl..'., Stay 7, 1SDO. Superior Cuisine and Service. Una meets all trains. Terms tJ.50 per day anal

: on Faahlona.hough of the late war and beloved of his adhered will be thought candidate ipwardtt. Special rates by the week. N. I.I \VAHI), I'roflletor.'
ra pertinaciously
nation. The marquise seems to be ful- hereby announce myself a

this town Is unknown to fame, filling the prophecies of her classmates by the young liable to the some criticism I lieforo tho ))ltnlllcrl t 10 primary elec- .. -- .-. ...
lon for the position of member of the
poagta one legitimate claim to clasai- of two decades! ago, who felt that her IOHHO of KepioHontiitlveH of the Legltt.Uuro ..

dOll among the progressive. It. has personality must make an imprint on Clara Barton' Victory. of the State of Florida Grand View Hotel. J

oman bank cashier. She is not only her time. Intensely loyal to her comb Those: who bt'Uovt.thlt :JCisn Clara 1 H. A. KAKDKK.: 3
I but does the work of the she left here imbued
cashier, try, yet thoroughly Barton was departing on a fool's errand ,
Isident, board of directors, teller aud with American! principles and determined y '
kket'pl'r. to aid in the uplifting of her sex iu when she started for Turkey with relief For County; ..Iii lio.To :
ffhe Merchants' bank of Forsythe is Japan. Her last words to her friends for the Armenian, in face of the snl-
an's order that she would not bo permitted tho People of llrevnrd County : TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.
Block off
Irivnto concern, with capital here were to tho effect that her ambitionin j
,000, and its cashier is Miss! Mabel life henceforth wu to enlighten and to distribute it, are now callixlupon I am a candidate again for tho position
tho of this robin of and again submit
to witness success County Judge\ ,
innedy, an attractive young woman raise her native sisters to the American
hi 1 110 her teens. She: is not a relative standard of education aud dignity. Of > woman's I'tYOl'tK.Vlth indomitable myself to the Democratic> \ pt Inmates. If 1 :
pluck she refused to take no for an answer I[ am again nominated and 1 elected 1 will RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT I
J the owner of the bank, either, but noble blood, her position! with her eduCation niloavor to servo the whola people ai I
the sultan and went along
in her position by demonstrating her has afforded her unusual oppor- have tried to ilo In tho punt, and I shall\ '"
city to do the work satisfactorily\ tunity to promote this desire.! Her homo calmly with her preparations:' humane, proceeded mission ever bo grateful for the support you The office will bo In charge of the Lessee, j
her -
H safely. is the very essence of refinement! witha to Constantinople have given mo In tho bY- t'IHt yours,
Forsytho Is town cf 400 people, befc decidedly foreign style as to arrangement and there: made a personal 1 plea to whether tho party: shall 110"11010 worthy As an "All-the-year-round" House. r----..... !
be allowed to administer succor to the of renewed favorer not. I feel that 1
in the center of a vast stock raising though the gardens about ore
tryThe bank which Miss Ken- royally Japanese! With three charming miserable Armenian At first she was have not been able, though I have done A First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel !
only partially successful, but then came nay bent, to fully deserve the trust you
Ky conducts for an owner who is out children, Steimutz --for BO her claxsrnates -

J the state most of the time is the on- affectionately; speak of her-is the the: gratfyiug Turkish foreign news that minister Tewflk, gave Pushu his, ind have I otter generously myself placed again for In mo ollloo hitherto with I a, A carriage, for the convenience of guests, meet all trains j
its kind in the
Institution of city dispensing a beautiful and uplifting influence all relit'fIf. liopo duly mixed with humility.
demand that
d 1 ia the place where all the railroadMISS to all who come in contact with assent forded to to the the Armenians by the agent MINOR M. .'mH: .1. C a'. :1311.x'1 ,
her. While the war lusted her practical "
work was constant She sent out from of the American! lied Cross society should TitnsvIlK Fla., May 23: 'Oo. of )Hotel du Nil, Knino..J. :

her own hands, aided by women of all be that distributed one member unconditionally of the Turkish, except relief .. ,__ ,______ ___. .. .h _. ,. "
grades of society, enormous quantitiesof
commission should present, Accordingly For Tax Collector. ,
corboli/x'd: gauze wkthgreat packages
the work of relief\ under these I hereby announce myself as :II candidate A. IIAl'l'EllSETTE. i'
of other sanitary supplies, to the sent -'-"
conditions in going forward, and the I I for election to the iifllco ol ,! 1
of buttla She ia
philanthropic -
schemes, but none many of them world will have additional reason to be Tax the Democratic Collector, subject primary to election.tho decision\ of IN'RIAN": :: : :: RIVER: 23CTEI:: :: ..., '
1 grateful to Miss Burton for her untiring -
has she so much at heart as the educu
unselfish and altogether noblo efforts Respectfully .
tion of her sisters. She is using tho influenre Y0I1I"S.J
her hi behalf of suffering humanity. J:. \.". lIA 1.1.
of own and her husband'sposition TITUSVILLE
North American. .
Philadelphia ,
to bring about a change of native -
opinion concerning Japanese women Curling the ".Ir. For County Clerk. Indian Ilivos'.
Believing firmly in education us the hair be "" u -
When curled and waved must
chief factor in the elevation of women. again/ offer myself us candidate fur _.,. I." Fin. ,
had cost wet thoroughly -
at your I
I in this direction she bends all her Nlt'rgies any and ro-eluctIon to the olliee of County k .
and lU'guJD'ntll.-New York Time with. "good, cologne or alcohol Clerk, subject to tho ileclHloii of the J: .1. A. IIAl'I'KItSETTP.*.
while it is wet curl ovt'r" smooth hot Democratic piimnry election

iron. When the hair is perfectly dry, MAN IMEH., ,
jew Mag-land! Women' Mocletj.; I d best : A. A. STKWAUT.:
comb out your (curls arrange as
The first year of existence of the National Then powder the hair
pleases you. Open All The Y ur,
MABEL KENNEDY. Society of New England Women lightly, and you need not worry over

len and neighboring: stock growers recently closed in a manner auguring; the result for some hours. This treatment For Sherlll.

lausoct their bunking business. Dcpos- well for its future. Organized a yearago is only for summer, and even t then hereby luinminco myself a ciiiulidat I? Y1! 1 Only a few nilimtos" "

i often run well up Into the thousands, last March, its membership has should not be tried every day: as it I fur tho ollloo of Sheriff of HI'OVIU'tlVounty i I am li I Ida t6i ,mll Maul an ? Ori VIII walk from Halhvny tn- rI

pd loans are at times-largo. Miss Ken- steadily increased, reaching now considerably would in time dry and fade the hair. Florida, subject to the action I icons and iSloamboixt lundIngs. -. I II

kly passes upon all securities offered, over 200, with a large waitinglist. ; of the primary elections, nnd rospect. I I I C '
Success has attended: I all its endeavors fully ask the Support of my follow citlisons. I
Lukes di' I
receives draws
the loons deposits, On the bunks of taw

changes, keeps the books and in factUPS socially and financially, and usefulness its. DON'T STOP TOBACCO.HOW jos. l'. nno\vx. ..- .. far-fainoil ncll.in( nicer n
prospects indicate even greater
all the work of the bank
I The bank is in u building of Its own, and prosperity another :year. A TO CUltH YOURSELF City Point, Flu., May 12, 'tltI.>( iTNUTsIR N=IW J.W.A.N": .AQ.JjJ.WEN"T.: :

tad, though neighbors are within easy most interesting feature of its methodof --- ---. .- -- ... -.. . -
)11, the busy little cashier never has work is its historic day held every WIIII USING IT. 1

anion to invoke the assistance of any month. At these meetings pro. For' Sheriff.
made of colonial The tobacco habit grows on a mall STANTON HOUSE.
gramme up special periods J",
them. She is an expert, rapid BOnontont .
is presented. The ground has been until his nervous system is seriously uf my lends Insisted on me to announce
{ handles money carefully and AS candidate
myself as a fur
carl'fullycovercl to the clone of the seventeenth Cl'cto.l, impairing health, comfort and -- -'
ditiously and knows good money the office of bheitlT, on tho Itopublicai
.6m bad. She refuses loons on insurant century, and many delightfu"papers happiness. To quit maidenly Is too HO ticket, I herewith ask the support of my; D. J. JONESProprietor.. J

security so sweetly and with such have been: included in the out. vole a shock to the system, as tobacco to friends! and those who think 1 am fit for R I

ct that would be borrowers have been line.The an inveterate user becomes a stimulant said office. H. C. HTAKCK.Malabar .
last historio day of the season, Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms to 11
flown to persist time and again! knowg that his system continually craves Flu., Aug. :.11, 'ltd.
held a short time ago, was one of the
they wouldn't get the money, but "Itooo-Curo" Is scientific\ euro-for the --
"a luncheon
the chance to talk to the most brilliant. It II ;
Hunting cashier worth the refusal But pret-the and reception at the Windsor hotel, besides tobacco habit, in all its forms. carefully); For TuxThoruby \H/4'HHor. 9

j the litcraryprogramme. The occasion compounded after the formula of ai T j
ashier is strictly business during bankig announce myself as a candl! I Two MlnuteS-k; from I'j J
hours I was called :Mayflower day, and eminent Berlin physician, who has nso( re-olectlon to the ollloo of

though there are cattle to tho south the papers treated of that historic Hhip. it; in his private practice since 11'7 1 Tax Assessor of lirevnnl county, subject Depot ,,

f them and sheep to the north of them, It was hoped to decorate the tables at without a failure. It Is purely vegetable to the action of the primary election OHATTANOOOA. 1 :

nd cowboys and sheepherders on all luncheon with arbutus the typical New guaranteed perfectly harmless. Youcan Soliciting\ the support of all, I remain 1'LNN.Travelers' I, I

ides of them and a stretch of wild ter- England flower, but the late spring ve- use all the tobacco you want while your obedient\ servant, ----- ..- -.. .-- -, -..-- -.. --. _' I
toed this plan, none of the blossoms bo J. F. WOOTEN.For .
'tory in direction, there never
every ing found. Mrs. E. A. Oreeley preside using "Bnco-Curo. It will notify you
been in For-
as at robbery
ythe, and any the cashier pursues the even as chairman of the literary portion of when to stop. Wo give a written guarantee lloto11.c'* ;,

nor of her way, fearing no harm, the day. Delightful papers and addresses to cure permanently any case with School Superintendent. ....

nowing that to a man, the town were presented by Mrs. Theodore F. throe boxes, or refund the money with 10 that there.. a certain sense

foald rally to her defense should a raid Seward, Mrs. J. F. Scudder and the per cent Interest. "Baco-Cnro" is not a FEELING that forbids. our present Bay Street

e attempted.Miss Rev. Phebe Hanaford.To substitute, but.a scientific euro, tha Superintendent of Public Instruction :: Jacksonville Fla. ,
from announcing himself for re-election ;
is native of Marshall- -
Kennedy euros without the aid of will power and
Ire a MUMUin of FMhton. to the above-named position, friend
own, Ia., where she was born about 18 be the centerof with no Inconvenience. It leaves the take thiN opportunity of placing the
Paris, long reputed to
ears ago. Her parents are engaged in fashions in feminine attire, is now system as pure and free from nicotine 1\11 name of Mr. Jrio. H. Sam before tho This Hotel is now under new management -
asiness at whither they come '
Forsythe, voters of Drevard for ro-nom I nation at
about to have an institution culled the the day you' took your first chow 01:" I'
everal years ago. The bank is ownedy Salon National de la Mode. This will smoke. the coming primary election.
and has been
a man with large interests in Ore- thoroughly
be a sort of museum, exhibiting within TItusvllle, May\ 5tli, II>!Utl. throughout. }
ou, and he makes his home there most
t the time, and during his absence hisrusted its precincts all the styles of dress worn Cured )y Ilnco-Ciiro and Unluci

cashier is sole manager of thek by fashions the ever during changing the close followers of the present of the Thirty Pound. For County Treasurer ___* l'l'lUll
in this city. She is a bright little
century. Everything used for the adorn From hundreds of testimonials, tin i
roman, with many social graces, and areat ) jneotH. all Trains. and Klcotrlo Cars pun. door. Bath rooms nut alt
female form is to be visiblein
of the
meut originals of which are on file and open
the Democratic
favorite with all the good people To the Voters at 1'rl Conveniences on floor
f the new institution, and it is intended to the following Is every
the town.-Forsythe (Mon. ) Cor. Inspection, presented: marles :

Chicago Tribune. to make the collection of lace embroidery Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark., Jan. 28, '05: hereby otter myself ns n cnndldat C>pen.: ...4.11Year.. -
linen, dresses, parasols, I
Eureka Chemical &\ Mfg. Co., La for re-election to the ofllco of Troas/ Ratos-Amorlcan: Plan, $2 to $2.SO European
English HKlrdratnlnf.Lady gloves, hats, Jewels and perfumery comprehensive urer of llrevaid County. I refer to my ; 6Oo. to 100.
Helen Stewart, a fashion leader and unique. All exhibit! Crosse, Wis.-Gentlemen for forty; record during the past; and, If elected, Special Rates by the Week. "

if England, has decreed that society will be accurately cltuMifled and dated, years I used tobacco In n.Ulta forms. For will give.to the duties of the office tho I FINLEY & MORROW, ProprIetors

hat is, the feminine element-must so that the visitors to the fashion show twenty-five years of that time I was a lame diligent attention arid watchfulcare .

>art its hair on the side or expose the may be able to wander from the hat groat !sufferer from general debility and as I In the part. I ;

orehoad guiltless of coquettish curia which went out in 1805 to the ornamental heart disease. For fifteen years I tried Your obedient servant, HOTEL MELBOURNE Jacksonville's/ s-New Fire-Proof

And fashion-that is, iu England-is head covering by which it wasreplaced to quit, but couldn't. I took varlou n'CUUlt T. FEASTYH.1"ur'rreUlull't HOlet-1

>ginning to sway.a bit in her dlreb- in 1896 aud HO on with regard remedies, among others "No-To-Mac,"

ion.While to the other articles of attire. "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Don >r. Hotel

the American girl would look There is also to be on exhibition of: ble Chloride of Gold," etc., etc, but MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. ,

vita horror on this unfeminine coiffeur the divers adjuncts of masculine dress, none of them did me the least bit of "

or her adoption, yet it gives a sigh of and the ties, hats, canes and coats favored good. Finally, however, I purchased a. the advice of tome of my numor Open} all the year round. Good KUhIntc Cur. Punyth end Cellar, "*(*., 1

elief when it thinks that maybe Lady by the male exquisites: of the end box of your "Uaco-Ouro," and It has BY i. friends, I announce myself as Hunting and Yachting.: hates, i'

elen's example will take effect among of the century will find a premium entirely cured me of the habit In all Its a candidate for County Treasurer, to be .<1.60 and I upwards. ..,....-,Jacksonville, Fla.
he world of Britain's elect place in the new' salon. The institution forms and I have Increased thirtypounce ; voted for at the next county election,

That frightful curled frizzed bang is to be .a very serious affair, for the Salon In weight and am relieved from and will thank my friends for their sup Proprietress, MHH. C. J. IfKcron.: Modern Improvement, Il.itlm, etc.,, ou ,

hat the Princess of Wales insists upon National de la Mode is to exist, according all the numeral aches and 1 pains of port. ]enpectfully,. Every donor Uu and Electric .I 1
body and mind. I could write a quire cim. Jo'. Lights "1'essonKer Elevator. Ar- '
risen Kit. ; ?
retaining has the faces of to the determined design of its
spoiled many
of changed feelings aud .
paper upon my tlHtlvally and Klegnntly Fiir- 4
komen who might otherwise have been organizers and patrons" for art's sake condition. ..- L High Glass ul..llod. .', ... '

palled pretty.I alone, and no vulgar requirements are Your respectfully, I'. II. M AJIIIUUV, For County Treasurer

hall never forget once seeing Mrs to be gratified inside its hallowed por Pastor C. I'.
?rbohm Tree make her toilet for a :re.eption. tals.-Paris Letter. Sold by all druggists at fUJI) per box; G arpetingsC m

She had invited me up to herm .. three boxes (thirty day: *' treatment), TITMVIM.K, FLA., Aug. 23: '( lAT Weekly; Je..n AI'IUeatl..n. '
BMohvr rm.hkm
Mr* aa
She was combing her mass of : $2.50, with lron-cla I, written guarantee, the republican convention hold 1 at Speelst, ....te. for the Sun..r.
ellow hair down over her eyes, and I I Mrs. Henry Ward Boerher thinks that or sent direct upon receipt of price. Melbourne on the iNth lust., I was
ED. L.
thought it of many of the prevailing fashions are ab- Write for booklet and proof Eureka OWENS, Prop.
was only a .trick getting nominated for the office of county treasurer
Iher back hair out of tangles. Judge of I. surd. "What can be more disgustingover Chemical Mfg Co., La Crease, \VI.., without any solicitation on my H. E. CLARK ,

my surprise when she frizzed np this a small, delicate face than the and Boston, Mass. part but being so nominated I hAve concluded .j

mass with the comb M one does feathers most absurd and troublesome headgearworn to accept the honor, at my; cc 4ATIIIND THE Tali Mid!)

with a knife and let It hang in frontOn ?" she said in a recent article. opinion 1m always been that the office 38 West Bay St.,
went the English "We turn from this ridiculous structure WHEN YOU should seek the mnn-not the man the
ever present
foque over this heroio bang and I did to the drt> It, which surely. should by oh Io.. I shall not follow the usual custom Jacksonville, Florida, a:
not simplicity modify the absurdity of the FEEL SHAKYWHY by making a personal canvass of the EWHMMil
wonder that the bellboy..tared.Dut
other. county; but If the voters, In their Judgment Announces the opening of his Spring "wI"N1I\"t.=ee .
Mrs. Tree was only arranging NOT TRY fit elect 1 '
should see to me, s 1lAZDN1lLSDP6tuHrO
01' f4f'oJ rIyRMA'
Bu alas the of the headgear
her hair as all of her set do.' Thereforelet t, deformity i do my best to perform the duties of the Stock of select and exclusive patterns of
every lover of beauty hope that even sinks into insignificance when one INTERSniTHSCHILLTOMIC office honestly and to the be.t of my A PLAY.UND It
the formality of Lady Helen's plain see a dress flounced puffed and "sweeping ability. fine grade Carpeting and I Mattings.
', '
the streets with a long train. Bn l Feature. .t Coronado .'
forehead '" : JIOte't. 'r
may make headway againstthe THOM. T WKTMOKK.AdvertUIng : Hug and Shades In all sizes and colors. ;
untidy unbecoming coiffeurs of the what ejaculations are strong enough to rate rate, solid\ comfort ostentation

women of the English nobility. express the surprise and disgust/ when Send for Samples aD Prices, aDd you good fishing, good cooking. :
one look at the starrest! !Surely: absurd'
What well
ed head of a change the American the sleek girl must groom-be ity can go no farther. But fashion is a THE MEDICINE to be successful, must will be pleased.. '\t

to them Philadelphia Pres tyrant and volume written about the Of KNOWN MERIT. be continuoa TIle rough edges. of -What do you''' need In the way of t

harm she doe will be of little use until ao&.D 1IV.fYWH.f.ItTHUII skepticism are not ground down In a envelopes, note and letter head, bill

4 Ile..rh.hl. .....- weer women defy her and make her' subordi PaT a a 00.&Ow.vL&a.rr.. bestows can be AWNINGS heads, statements tags, cards, .eto ?' g!
. All college of America most nata. ........ ....7.. day. :Xi prosperous We shall be glad to have a tbare of your 'It
women without cootlnuous. advertising.i For your Store or Residence. work. "J't.J


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of SOCIETIKS!: !: ETC which 1-, made by me. I have been busy
Modesty: the New Woman
design for a fan to be
lately drawing
The tolls that the A Sufferer
new woman ns present Cured"Every KNIGHTS OP PYTHIAS.
and it is
/ made in this fine old lace going
jt;; century is her own., and indeed Seminole Lodge,NI). 35. holdn Its meetlnits: at I hope, to be quite lovely. I triedat
sho approaches the truth in this instance season, from the time I the O urt liouiw" the first four Tbursday even
'. hh. ]has promised ns a woman's was two years old, 1 suffered dread. Ings/: of each month at 8 o'clock p. nt. first to prick it myself, but that was
COOUY 8. I> 4
L. T. .
GEIOElt.C. ,
Bible and rtie has shown that the I hove drawn out
even impossible, so now
fully erysipelas which
+ ''" kept C. M. of 11''. & K. of It. & B. w ,
t infinite athpr does not escape her :jealousy growing worse until my hands were the design anew and unit it away to the

for she has discovered that we luce counties-Nottinghamshire; etc.-
almost useless. The
bones softened INDIAN RIVER UUARDB.
I i' should pray to a heavenly Mother as to be properly prepared for working.Goodness .
'' BO that they/ would trend, and severalof Drill at the Armory over nnnnty, lull,
I every
i iJ j' well as a heavenly Father. She informs In knows when I shall get it
IiiuHdny evening month at H o'clock.A. C
lingers; crooked
now from .
, '. us. that the pilgrim fathers are no my .t. KKAHTKII,Captain.1NDKPKNDKNT bark-they always take no long. S SO ffC
I + 4 more, and adds, "There stepped on this cause. On my

1 I I. i Plymouth Rock, on the bleak shores of': hand 1 carry large ORDER OOOI TKMPLARS.TltimvlllH ivory carvings that have become discolored

4 New England, 82 women accompanied scars, which but forAYER'S can be restored by using a flannel
, Lodge No. 11 ineetH Tuesday
+ '1l by 69 men and children. At expositions evuidiiK 7:3(1::( in Prewltyterlan church.every PublluinuotliiKS \ wet in turpentine. Put them in the mu iq/yaG

r she must have a 'woman's build' $ l (InitTiieHday. In each month. sunshine for three or four days; after the ,
, t :ing," wherein she may glorify the C. A. OARUNKK Hoo't.: (F. W. SCO111K, first rubbing and wet them again while ,, CFI
: C.
I ,II work of her brain and hand No work Kursaparllla, would they are in the snn.

: ; 'I. clone by muu can be placed/ beside hers be sores, provided I ---

; \ 'I, I ; for examination or competition. Surely was alive and abler CHUI4CHES---- Never patch a woolen dress unless i It( .

"' eho furnishes a noteworthy example of '-",.;' to carry anything. i b absolutely unavoidable. Tack a pieceof
,modesty and self abnegation for the '. I v *' Eight bottles of the material underneath the weak r

r benefit of the tyrant maul!-Mrs. Frank Ayer's Sarsaparilla cured me, so EriHCOPAL CHURCH. place and darn on the right side, and
I 1 N IL Winston in Forum. Strvloes the 2nd and 4th Sundays. in each if carefully done the repair will hardly
I L n that I have had no return of the month at 11 a. m.and 7:30: p. ni. Sunday schoo '
a disease for every Sunday at 9:30 ... m. Evening prayer at show.
more twenty
S at 'p Woman the Triumph of Creation.. years. B p. .in. on Wednesdays. Litany service every
The flrnt bottle seemed to reach the rrlday at 10 a. m. Mary E. Whittemore and Mary A.
Its A new argument for the general superiority Rsv, B. F. HROWW, Rector. I
r 1 and all rightness of women spot and a persistent use of it has Grover are members of the board of directors

J c t' f advanced at the Professional perfected the cure-O. C. DAVIS, of the First National bank of
was recently "
J f ,p Woman's league. The speaker Wautoma, Wls. II Nephi, Utah.It SAFETY
1 Remilar services every Hr.t, third and fourth
4 ,,I Dr. Wilcox: wall telling of a discussion Sundays' at 11 a. m. and 7:1X1: I'. ha. Hiinduy: in a suggestion from an artist thata Finest Culxlne: and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville mill New York.
d'4 ; r ihl she once had with a Virginia olergy- AnlKHil. every Sunday at in.M:( a. m. Knworth of the following Handsome. New Steel Steamers"Comanche" :
landscape> rather than a single figure Tile Float is composed
9 League each Sunday atoJ:30: : p. m. Prayer mmit-
l p man, who believed that women were ISarsaparilla Inn every Thursday. night at 7:00: I'. mil The picture or a portrait should rest upon Cherokee
quite inferior to men in intellect. Laill. ,n' Aid Society meets every \ (new), "Algonquin, "Iroquois, IISiilIlotNorthBound. !
n 1 u "You believe in the Bible?" she ask service at 3:m): p. m. Everybody wuloonio at our church an euxel. .

r 1 i 1 ed. "You believe in the first two chapters THE ONLY WOBLD'S! F.' M. C. KA1>H, Pastor. It is now a matter of controversy Steamers are appointed to sail, according to the tide

it of Genesis? Well, if you will oast whether women ought to be naturalized! From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (nailing at Charleston. ), Sundays. anil TlmmUn
your mind over the history told in those before being permitted to vote. From CHARLESTON, H: C., Mondays\ and Jo'rl'Ia)1' )
PREHBYTEULAN CHURCH. "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville Charleston dally palm' "
Fur!hour of sailing see
i two chapters you will find that in tho ATZB'S FILLS Promote Good Digestion
+ creation God began with the lowest. Inanimate Services every Sabbath' l at 11 a. m.and 7.30 p.m. South-Bound.
Sunday' school at ,,:4S a. in., Chan.. Gardner .
-- to sail 111'ler 20, East River, New York, at 3 ]>. In., an follow
'I: l' things came first, then the low. Supt Prayer meeting on Wedneoduy eveuiiiK Steamers are appointed
the aqd Dr. Martha Hughes Cannon of"Bait at 7::'JII.) This pulillu uraoordlully Invited to attsnl Education of For CHARLESTON B.C. -. Tuesdays anil KrliUn..
1 .I, t er animals, up through different our ellrv)oe.... For JACKSONVILLEFLA.calling: ( Charleston), Tuesdays anilClyde's .'rllll)1),
I grades, and what was the last thing he Lake City have lately been appointed II. M. OOOUKLL: Pastor.. .
I ,j + created?" members of the board of trustees) of the BODY,
Utah Deaf and Dumb institute. Governor St. Johns River Line.DE .
t 1t S lr :" I! "Man, was the triumphant answer. MIND
1 I" I 1." "Indeed> no. When God hud created Well, in appointing two women BAPTIST CHUIICH.PreaclilnK ( BABY LINE)

1ry l man, be was quite dissatisfied. He then and three men, is consistently carrying every smiond< and fourth Sundays, MORALS.

'. i t made woman,mid has rested ever since. out the equal suffrage law of the state. morning Wednesday and evening evening.at Prayer 7:00: o'clock.Meetings Sunday every Steamer "Everglade,"
tcbiKil every Sunday at 9:4/5: / a. in. Also. preaching
-New York Herald .. FREE TUITION. CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
r first Sunday at LaGrange; Second Sunday. ....
1$ ..' FIRST OF THE KIND.Woman Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend. Leaves JaokHonvllIe, from foot of Laura Street at B a. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays for Palatlu

d 1 .Snltium Ncnmlcr. H. A. OKIOKR Pastor. The Sanford Enterprise!: and intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
A Who DM R..iOmred the Poltl
,,1 ,1+ a. Sultana Ncumler, who has just died ?. .f Mlm BnporlntoDdan Florida Leaves Sanford 5 a.in., and Enterprise B::30 a. m., Mondays and Tbnrsdays for Jockiwm'llln.
1\\ '( at her home in Lebanon was
rte+ Syria, Mrs. R. A. Emmong, who baa been CATHOLIC CHURCH. Agricultural SOUTH 1I0UND. SCJUDULE.: ]sOUTH HUtSD: ,
; I well known in this country. She landed offered the position of superintendent Services. at 10 a, m.every Sunday, In new Read down. Read<1 UI'

i( M an immigrant at Ellis island in the mine. is Church building I North Tltusvllle. llll of an Arizona gold a notary catechism at 8 p. m. .... .... .... ................ Leave ,
spring of 1891. She was highly educated 8.46 p. m. ............ .......... ......a1atka. U.ttll'.1D.
4 mblio and real estate and fire insurance Ray J.F. O'llovLK,Rector. supported by grants from the national Gov 1. 8.00 a. m. ........... .............A.tor.. .. ............ ... ........... a 3.001.11.
ys t speaking English and four other languages with office in the Boyoe build- ernment. All tuition free to all students from 'I 4.30 a. m. .......... ...............St. ..Yranci................ .......... 130amm
tt besides her native tongue, and agent, an Florida. Open to males and females.. Women 5.30 a. m. .... ........ .......... Beoreford.......................... oo 1200 fins
l board with families In town. Men board at 6.00 a. m. ............:............Blueapring... ............. ........... 11.301.11
t 8I : it was her intention to fit herself in this Ing.She is the wife of the Rev. A. H. College Mess Hall for .10.00 I per month. A mosthealthy Arrive 8.30 a. m...... ........... ........ Sanford. ........ ........ ...... .... a Bell a a
"0 + country for Christian missionary work Pillow r.- R.vlv.d.An location. College surgeon attends all oo 1I.2 a. m. ....... .... .............Enterprise ... ............ ...... .... U.3tI I, II
t 1 1t 9 among her own people in Syria. She lives Emmons with, a her Baptist husband clergyman and three, chil-and interest in pillow lace making as students a graduate free of of charge.Went Point.Military Four dlHclpline courses Under of .. .... .... .. ... ..... .........80. lOw Railroad Wharf (Sanford)........ ....................12I1Op.1U

k soon began to give talks in various dreu at Hyde Park. She began business fancy' work seems to be awakening in Scientific Instructlon-Agricultural and Wome,,'.. ,superior Mechanical equipment Latin Gen'l. Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.J. .
; churches on the customs and habits of London, if one may judge from the following In Laboratories liven degrees of H. d. andA.
Mm. Emmons writes
i it +4 eastern peoples, and many influential eight years ago. extract from an English! girl's in. B.penmanship Business,course bookkeeplnlbu.lnea giving:free Instruction law, A.LKHLIE,Supt. Jno. L. HOWARD, Fla.Fr't Agt. F. IHOKMONOKB: JR.,Fla,Pas Afl:
church members in the eastern cities became letter to a friend in New York: short hand type-wrltlnjC and telegraphy. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

,n' j:5: i # deeply interested in hflr. Though "You should just see our drawingroom Fall IHim. For term catalogues opens giving Monda. lull October Information Oth, THIEO. G.KQOIW, T. M., A. J COLE,General Passenger: Agent M. H. CLI'UK, A.'.)1.

+I i'' I she soon learned to love America, she at present) There are no lens than address. 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.

did not lose sight of her original idea, four lace pillows lying about it and <>. CLUTK President. WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agent, '

t l (4 even after she married a young graduate mother's loom into the bargain. The Luke City, Florida S Bowling Green.New York. 19: So. Delaware Aw.,Phlludelihli.| .

of Harvard. Their decision to go to room looks like a factory. :Mary has -- -.'
Syria was hastened by her ill health. lately taken to pillow lace and is making :- """"

S + IV They sailed last full, but it WaR too some handsome coarse lace to go "uflva- MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

>4 I late, and the news of her death has just 1 1r round a toaoloth. Mother has two pillows RUBBER WHY NOT HAVC YOU'

; bon -elved.-New, York Tribune. in use-one a huge thing like a WORKOQMEBYQUICKCHEAPANOARELIABLI
Y barrel, on which she is making a large reFtass Florida, New York,

f MlM Virginia R.(dal... square of Russian lace for a sofa ciiHhon. FIRM. STEEL DIES. WAX Philadelphia and Boston.

Li ,I The Bryn Mawr\ European fellowship .''. .' It will be exceedingly: hander me. SEALS. BRASS CHECKS.I .

4 e for the year 1890-T, just awarded, gives ..,..'' On her other pillow she is working some e Sailing from llrimswlck. G...., direct to New lork.

", r tho highest academic honor to be won ,. .'. insertion to go between the strips of I BIGGEST PLAN PASSENGER SKKVICK.Mr .

in America> to a North Carolina girl ...:': linen she is weaving on her loom for a STEEL ; esrs,, ''IN Steamer train leaves Jark onvlllo (Union Dvput), "ALL
i, b Miss Virginia Bngsdale of Jamestown, tcnolotht I Did you ever hear of such uu eaal' Walllie. THE SOUTH ]RAIL;" F. C. 1'.R. R., on riiiiniilav. only 4:0111'.111: Arms
55 { N. C. :Miss Itagsdale wins her prize in undertaking? I am making Home very steamer.BriuiHwlck::: p. m. i'aseugersgoing at ome min Imam

competition> with an unusually strong w.- fine real old English lace of the kind Through ear without transfer, Jackaonvllle" to Brmi lik.PROPOSED .
# a rlntis, making the distinction, of course, called Buckinghamshire! which is
1 u till the The fellowship gives : scarcely made at all nowadays and is Who eaa thinkof SAILINGS
greater. Wanted-An Idea some Blmpl* Lv.New York, Pier 21 E.!: R.,3:30.d.: m, (Standard Time.) Lv. Ilninmtii-
the of : worth small fortune. It is quaint. thing to patent?
the holder to a
f pay expenses SA very Protect your tdeaij they you. wealth. Friday, An {. T.... ........" ......... .RIOORANDE.. ........ .. ...... .... ...FrlduyAalIiu ,
I k one year's study in some European university and quite beautiful, very fine and has a UTrtt. JOHN WKUliKHBURM brae ,. : Friday 1 ,AUK, U&...., ............ ..........COLORADO... ... .. ......... .....Fri/l.eFridxyAnfF Y, A 811
i the choice being left to her fire insurance only in Luke county. She flue net groundwork like brussels, all of hey" WMblnKlon D. O.,for their .I.hI! prlaa ottttand Friday, AUK.21..... ......... ... ......RIO GRANDE... ... ...... ..... ... ..
u I' list of two hundred luveaUon wasted.O Friday; AliI K.28.........: .. ..... ............COLORADO... ... .. do .".... ........Frldnv, !S IaI.1|>t
} subject to the approval of the Bryn takes her wheel every spring and fall! Friday, Sept.4....... ......... ..............RIO GRANDE.. ...........<.. ......... Friday, St<1'1.1I'
.Mawr\ faculty. and makes a canvass of Lake, but does For general information railroad aient or to
it r J steamers, trains rates, etc, apply to any !
business the rest of the year in her office.Mrs. 4...P. MURPHY, Trav. Agent| JarkHonville." CUAS.' DAVIKH, Rent, 1 2'lll W. Hay 8t.JaekmilHfc
Two Prise Winner : Emmons wan educated for a H. H/RAYMOND, Oeneral Southern Agent/: Brunswick Ga.

Miiis: Mary Brewster Huxleton of Boston business woman, but married when 83 ... ..... .. .. ................... .. .................c: C. H. MALLORY General Agent,Pier 20, K.!: River, and 302 Broadway, N.Y.

thh has won the first prize of $800 in old and lived at home =-----
I 3 years quietly ....TI-IE..... --
the competition for the Julius Hallgar-
i until her children were at an age when
I ten at New York. ,Tho 1300 was -
prizes their education! was too expensive for a: LADIES # # '
offered for the best oil painting executed : her husband's salary.A A Boon to Florida !

in the United States by an American conference held and she
i family ,
View It with oponod-eyed sur-
citizen. M11t1illazleton' painting determined to rater business life. If she
was entitled "In a Studio." It is the accepts the offer, she will be the first prise and purchase with inward
7 first time this prize has been won by a
womau to hold such a position.-Chi- : : : : : : :
; woman. Minx Louise Cox won the third ago Tribune.Th. Water Works for Your Homes
prize of $100, a picturo entitled "Po satisfaction.re ,
N.w FarlhunentlUT: Raise.
S.' mona. }('re 14}'r oJ( oYe4 Etc. under own Control
Some one nudged the new woman your
i' t ,
A V.M.r Fir Drl...... who was presiding

i At a late meeting of the athletic association "What in it?" asked the latter.
at Vassar the question of establishing "Why don't yon recognize that little IT SHIMMERS WITHI

," a fire brigade was raised and woman in the front row?" 1IEAVTY t- YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO
aroused much interest and enthusiasm. "I haven't the honor of her acquaintance ,

!. j\j\ The college in admirably. provided, with and I have yet to see the book on .HEATING.I THE REST. 1

'j; means to combat a fire, but the girls etiquette that makes it even permissible

t 4 think that a little training of themselves to recognize one to whom you have not .
BICYCLE. Used with and driven wells
{ 5I\ '; would increase the efficiency of been introduced. open

its fire service. And the new woman looked at her Art Catalogue 4ct.. In Stamp springs and lakes. A few minutes workat

t i \ I Two Women Appointed. critic as if she felt that she had completely an air pump delivers the water all

I ))1 i Mm.! Harriet F. Emerson of Ogden crushed her.-Chicago Poet. KEATING WHEEL CO., over ;your house with pressure. No cost i !

__--_ ..-_.u..-_-- m' ---- IIOLYOKK, ftIAS to operate. No windmill or overhead
1 .. .. .. ... .. ... _
I&_;i Ai r' 1 E tank. Simple and durable. v ) ;:\;, '-);,'a

Write or apply; for particulars to the BUCHER'S y : IIU

i ADVOCATE, or toDearlng Pneumatic Water. Works ..i8- =-S,
1 Thisis System.tor -11.1

FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow & Co., either Pnbilc Domestic Purposes. I;:i\

Dearing, Par slow & Co., !"': I i
the TAMPA: FLA. A. H PARSLOW Man i ',
(Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL: CO.) ... .
I ''ll T. Ina.C

Pianos and Musical Merchandise. -
Organs -----

,, LPb very best =: AS. :s: LI: -Cb.I.t 0 0. ,

purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet
-c ) SmokingTobacco' music and musical instrument. of Tho A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing; out :J.iW:1n.e: W1ne11: and: L11c112:: rs'
I the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full
1 I lino of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Kingsbury Pianos.
417. ;419 W. Bay: St.,
We have the following pianos: which are worth from $100 to $200: more than we
; JI I th--------r- ask for them : JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA.
.. ....'50 1taln..tlR .. .trl.e.mah... ,.. .. ..... ....t2nn27S 1
i Cunn."rltrleKwat.. .. ... .. .... ::1'.11I Schubert. ................ ... ... Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from 11.75
r., m a .J.eh. ... 21M.. :Malcolm Love, ..I........ .. ., 2110 to f3..10 per gaUon.
made.Blackwell's 0 .J.wat. ... ... .. . :1"11 Steinway eb........".. ... .. .. 2110 Brandies from 11.75 to $3.T5 per Ballon
,; : .. o ftl.llh.. .. . -14M> Everett; eh... .. ... ..... 1.76S. We
II 1I u K. wal...... .. . :r.!., KI"ll1'b"ry. style H 51)..... ....... .. .. 22lcCaJ1llllo" Tina It.-Mountain make a Specialty of North Caro-
y I II 1.. ''I ) .tylll 2'Jwal.. .... .... ... .11M .. .. A.b... ... .."... .. 200I old Dew Corn Whiskey, threeYN"
i Ql l I, .. 22,11151%. ... ... .. ::11M Knabe Grand ... .......... ... ... :II\c' tiM per gallon.
a 7. waI. .. ... .. 275 8tuy..n'. eb .. ... ....... .. 115I ?-l I gal., ZSctt.I gaL,3ScU, :I gal., .nt16o
a u T eh.. .. .... 2114I" .a1...... ....... ....... no M _
:f Cenuine I llama,. Bros., 8 eb... .. .. .. .. ... 2111I NIltly t Evans eb..... .,......... I'm 5 gui.r '1'10 pl.,'1.211; 4bbl.,
.. oo o 3,eb.. .. .. .. ....... 1111 Jae. M.Star, eb..............._..__.. lie
W 1. a J,11Lt11 ,. .. ".... ....... Uo Morrie. 100 I Parties living: In Dry Towns will do
been rented have had them re-polished and well to order from on, a* we can save r
; BULL DURHAM Some of these pianos: have but we them 50 per cent on all orders WHISKEYoIf
I put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or momey re- tJr11" Mad money with orders.
funded. We furnish a stool scarf Instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville .wJ not Clpea new account unless
1! j You will Soy one coupon ImkU each i oaaa.b..and two eoopoea.......seek.xuiesIlur .... ; cash or Installment. Sheet musio at half price. Write us. nltable Jacksonville, reference to given.:
.In ....... I No Goods sees C.0,D. to Dry Town
4 f a baC reed the coupon and SM bow lo pal ro<" aft of WM.OM FREYER A: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY

24 E Forsyth; Street, Jacksonville, Fla .

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WORLD.UGH off an"especial pride in the career of "The effort and admonitions of age For; Attorney.T11E 1 XIOT1DX.ar3. 4The

the cryu-ming Steimat. Rama Kana one and long experience" have but little if friends of Col. D. L. Gallltlcn __ ____ ._ _____ __ __ ___ _
of the three Educated -
young Japanese women influence toward checking the long
STILL IN HER TEENS, SHE at Vassar college 20 years ago established control that fashion for years for thu announce position his of name Prosecuting as a candidate Hotel Placid Opened

RUNS A MONTANA BANK. by the Japanese government. has held over her followers. The old Attorney for Itrevnril county at the January 18H .'
Private letters from the island empire look sadly on the vagaries of tho young, Democratic primary elections. ,

Iliih Balrdiwwlng Remarkable .r.... continue to bring interesting word of but if they should look back to their JACKSONVILLE, Ki.OUIDA.

.. Wotama N.w Bngland Wornn't this remarkable woman, the wife now own early days they> might recall ab For I'rt'l'IelltnUve. In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west: i .

MalD of Vfenhlon.Ileeohvr of the Marquis Oyama, one of the heroes surdities. Perhaps even the dress and one block from Day. Everything: entirely new. :Elegantly furnished throughout :, :
plet:,-To B a of the late war and beloved of hill style to which for a long time they have SKUASTIAN! FLA., May 7, 1MH) Superior l i Cuisine/ ami Service. Bas meets all trains. Terms *2.50/ per day nail 1 '
an FMhloufc will be upwards. Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Propiletor..
pertinaciously adhered thought .
nation. The marquise seems to be fulfilling hereby announce myself a cnndid.itobefore
hough this town is unknown to fame the prophecies of her classmates by the young liable to the same criticism I tho Democratic primary election .
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nets one legitimate claim to classi- of two decades ago who felt that her for the position of member of the ;;
> among the progressive. It hog personality must make house of Kcpri-Hontiitivew of tho Legislature j1
ion an imprint on
Clan Itarton'i Victory. -I-H'-
..hiE'r. She is of the :State of Floilila., : Grand View Boot"
man bank c not only her time. Intensely loyal to her conn Those( who beliovtxl that Xiss Clara I e
[cashier, but does the work of the try, she yet left here thoroughly imbued Barton was deporting on a fool's errand I 11. A. HAIIDEK. ... ,
ident, board of director, teller and with American principles and determined
keep'r. to aid iu the uplifting of her sox in when she started for Turkey with relief --
he Merchants' bank of Forsythe! is Japan Her last words to her friends for the Armenians, in face of the sul For County .JalCl e. TITUSv"ILL

ivate concern, with capital stock of here were to the effect that her ambition tan's order that she would not be permitted To tho People) of Hrvvnrd' County : E FLORIDA. .

000, and its cashier in Miss! Mabel iu life henceforth wu to enlighten and to distribute it. are now called am candidate again for the positionof .

edy, an attractive young womanin raise her native sisters to the American upon to witness tho success\ of this noble I County Judge, and again fitibmlt

her teens. She la not a relativehe standard of education and dignity. Of woman's efforta With indomitable myself to the Demorratlo pl ml'les.. If 1 '

| owner of the bank, either, but noble blood, her position, with her education pluck she refused to take no for an answer I am again: nominntod ttnd elected, 1 will RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTt.
endeavor' to servo the whole people* 1111 I
from the sultan and. went along )
her position by demonstrating has afforded her unusual
Uppertauity -
,1 f
have tiled to do In the and Bhilll
I past,
Ijty to do the work satisfactorilysafely. to promote this desire. Her homeis calmly with her preparations, proceededto ji!
ever lie> grateful for the support you The office will\ be In charge of the Lessee, I
her Imniuuo mission I'
i the very essence of refinement, witha Constantinople on have given mo In tho bY-){ Hle yens, !
lorsytho Is a town of 400 people, beI decidedly foreign style as to arrangement and them made it personal plea to whether the party I\hl1l1lh'clI1 mo worthyof As an "All-the-year-round" House. c---.... I'
in the center of a vast stock raising though the gardens. about are be allowed to administer succor to tIle renewed favor or not. I fool that I i

ntry. The bank which Miss Ken- royally Japanese With three charming miserable/ Armenian At first... she was have not been able, though I \have done A First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel. .J

v conducts for an owner who is out children, Steimatz-for so her classmates only partially successful but then came my IIl't.", to fully dcHcrvo tho trust you
[the state most of the time is the on- affectionately speak: of her-is the gratfyiug news that Tewflk Pasha, have generously placed In mo hitherto, I A
iatitution of its kind in the cityis dispensing a beautiful and uplifting influence the Turkish/ foreign minister' gave his nnd I offer myself again for ottloe with a carriage, for the convenience of guests, meet all trains-

[ the place where all the railroad to all who come in contact with assent to tho demand that all relief afforded hope duly mixed with humility. .g i

her. While the war lasted her practical to tho Armenians' by tho agents MINOR S. JONES .1. G. 14L", )
of the American lied Crows society should Tltusville Fl. 23: 'OtJ.)
work was constant.' She sent out from May of Hotel dii Nil, Sai,n,..
her own hands, aided by women of all be distributes, unconditionally, except j
grades of society, enormous quantitiesof that one member of the Turkish relief .. --.-- .------ --- .. ow _. __"_ __ ..- .- .. ., '00 !
commission/ should be present Accordingly \ For; Tax Collector. '
carboli/x'd with
gauze, great packagesof /
other sanitary supplies, to the sent the work of relief under these Thereby announce myself ns a rnmll- -J. A. ItAPPEUSETTK. _
of battle. She:! is promoting many philanthropic conditions i ilt going forward, and the I'o-eleotion to the ollico of
schemes, but of them world will have additional reason to be Tax Collector, subject to tho derision of 1
none :IN"DI: : : RIVER I :OTEI
has she so much at heart as the education grateful- to Miss Barton for her nutir- the Democratic primary election. ...

of her sisters. She is using the influence ing, unselfish and altogether noble efforts Respectfully yours.K. .

of her own and her husband's ill behalf of suffering humanity. :. W. HALL. l

position to bring about a change of native Philadelphia North-- American- 4 N.It i l '1'J X11'q 14 awk..NH+.P MtIG '.1R TITUSVILLE. :,

r I opinion concerning Japanese women Curlln- th. Hair. For; County Clerk. "I5.' a wwrttoHi*? Indian llivor..
Believing firmly in education us the 11
: 1 When curled and waved hair must be I,' 11"-" :
rh chief factor in the elevation of women, again otl'er' myself as a candidate for Fin. t
% hair ,, "
had at any cost;, wet your thoroughly I '::"' ;
in this direction she bends nil her '
energies re-election to tho ofllco of ( (iiinty
with good cologne or alcohol and
and arguments.-NewYol'kTime. while it is wet curl OVl'r" smooth hot Clerk, subject to tho decision of the .1. A. IIAPPKKSETTK1.: i ;t
Domociatlo piimnry ok'ction.
iron. When the hair is perfectly diy, !\(ANAOICU.'j\
dew 1DIrIAD,1!; Women'. (!Society.
comb out your curls and arrange as bent' e r t
The first year of existence of the Na- Thou the hair
pleases you. powder
tional Society of New England Women Open All UYenr..
NIBS MABEL KENNEDY. slightly, and you need not worry over
and neighboring stock growers recently closed in a manner auguring the result for some hours. This treatment For Sheriff. I !

act their banking busincus.' Depos- well for its future. Organized!: a year is only for summer, and even then hereby announce. myself u candidate F F ymn J
[often run well up into the thousands, ago last March, its membership has should not be tried every day, an it I for the otllco of Slieiilt of lliovnrd a a OIIIDIgo ll i, nrrl n fi ur rtlSi Only 1fow mliniton "? .

1 loans are at timeslarge.. Miss Ken- steadily increased, reaching now considerably would in time dry and fade the hair.DON'T County, :J4'lol'hllHubtoc' to the notion walk from" Itallwny station -
[iy pauses upon all securities offered, over 200, with a large waiting of the primary elections, nnd rcspeot- i ilj *. and Steamboat', livtulIngs. -
lies the loans, receives deposits, draws lIst. Success has attended' all its endeavors fully ask the Support of my fellow citizens. :I.
socially and financially, and its lj It' On the bunks of ale ,
khanges the books and in facts
STOP TOBACCO. .__ ... .. fnr
all the work of the bank prospects indicate even greater usefulness JOS. 1'. BROWN.City ; -hnmod Indian Hirer. .

he bank in in it building of its own, and prosperity<< another year. A HOW TO CURE YOURSELF Point, Fla., May 12, 'tII.) VNnh7R NTi1W M11NaC TilMLNT.t4a ". f
most interesting> feature of its methodof
,, though neighbors are within easy .... . ..
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work is its historic held -- ----- --- -'-'
day, ev -
1 1. the busy little cashier never has Will Li: USING IT.
fcasion to invoke the assistance of any ery month. At these meetings a pro- For Sheriff.

1 them. She is an expert, rapid ac- gramme made up of special colonial periods The tobacco habit grows on a man STANTON HOUSE. 1 1D

nntont, handles money carefully and is presented. The ground has been until his nel'VOnllsYlltom is seriously affected AS my friends Insisted on me to announce -

.itkrasly and knows good moneym carefully covered to the close of the seventeenth impairing health, comfort and myself as oiiiulldiite for Y -- -

bad. She refuses loons on insnffl- century, and many delightful happiness To quit suddenly is too severe the office of Sheriff, on the Republican J. : J
ticket, I herewith ink the support of JONESProprietor..
have been included in the out. my
nt security so sweetly and with such papers shock to the tobacco
system, as to friends and theme who think I am fit for 1
bt that would be borrowers have been line.The an inveterate user becomes n stimulant said office. II. C. STAHCK.JMnlabar : I

|own to persist time and again know- last historic day of the season, that his system continually criiv n."BaooCiiro" Fla., Aug./ ::1106. Rates $2.00 per day Special Terms to
held short time of the
a WIono
they wouldn't get the money, but ago .
Is a scientlitc euro-for the .
anting the chance to talk to the pret- most brilliant It included luncheon I Families.
|cashier worth the refusal. But the and reception at the Windsor hotel, besides tobacco habit, in all its forum, carefully For Tux .AMHCHHor. p q !

bier is strictly business during bank- the literary programme, The occasion compounded after the formula of an 'I''

; hours. was called :Mayflower day, and eminent Berlin physician, who has used I hereby announce myself as a candidate Two Minutes Walk from Central'
for re-election to the office of
hough there are cattlo to the south the papers treated of that historic fjhin. It in his' private practice since li'172 Tax: Assessor of Uiovard subject Depot j ; I Ii.
I them and sheep to the north of them, It washoped to decorate the tables at without failure.
a It l is purely vegetable to the notion of the primary elections. i.
id cowboys and sheepherders on all luncheon with arbutus, the typical New and guaranteed; perfectly harmless You Soliciting tho support of all, I remain OIIATTANOOOA, TLNN.a
jles of them, and a stretch of wild ter- England flower, but the late spring vetoed obedient servant \
ory in every direction, there never this plan, none of the blossoms being can use all the tobacco you want whllo your J. F, WOOTEN _r.-___- _.-____--. .. -- ,
i been any attempt at robbery In For- found. Mrs. E. A. Greeley presided using "llnco-Cnro." It will notify you

|the, and the earthier pursues the evenor as chairman of the literary portion of when to stop. Wo give a written guarantee Travelers' Hotel.tc': f

of her way, fearing no harm, tho day. Delightful papers and. nddrowea to cure permanently any case with For School Superintendent. .

owing that, to a man, the town were presented by Mrs. Theodore F. three boxes, or refund the money with 10 that there is certain
uld rally to her defense should a raid Seward, Mrs. J. F. Scudder and the per cent Interest. "Uitco-Curo" is not a FEELING that forbids a our present sense

I attempted. Rev. Phebe Hanaford.To substitute of Public Bay Street Jacksonville Fia.
buta scientific cure, that Instructionfrom 4,;
Miss Kennedy is native of Marshall- De a Museum of FaoobioDo cures without the aid of will power and announcing himself for re-oloctlon _--.:.
vn, la., where she was born about 18 to the above-named position, friends
Paris, long reputed to be the centerof > with no Inconvenience. It loaves the take this '
rs ago. Her parents are engaged In opportunity of placing the
siness at Forsythe, whither they came fashions in feminine attire, is now system as pure' and free from nicotine as name of Mr. Jno. II. Sams before the This Hotel is now under new management .

eral years ago. The bank is owned about to have an institution called the the day you took your llrttt chow or voters of llruvard for ro-noinlnatiou at ,. ; ,

I a man with large interests in Ore- Salon National de la Mode. 'This will smoke. the coming primary, election.
and has been
and he makes his home there most be a sort of museum, exhibiting within Tlttmvlllo, May Cth, 181 Id. thoroughly renovated throughout. J

I the time, and during his absence his its precincts all the styles of dresa worn Cured I,y Hnco-Ciiro and Gained
isted cashier is sole manager: of thek by the ever changing followers of the
in this city. She is a bright little fashions during the close of the present Thirty Pounds For County Trcunurcr.' -- 1

man, with many social graces, and aeat century. Everything used for the adorn- From hundreds of testimonials, the I

favorite with all the good peoplethe ment of the female form is to be visiblein originals of which are on file and open To the hue ,meotn. all Trains. and Electric Cars pan door. Bath rooms und nil
Voters at the Democratic' 1'1'1-
the institution and it is Intend.
town.-F01'llythe (Mon.) Cor. new to inspection, the following is presented: manes.. : Conveniences on evory floor. ,
icago Tribune. ed to make the collection of lace embroidery
linen, dresses, parasols, Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark., Jan. 28' '05. I hereby offer myself as n candidate Ojpoia.A.11 'the "5T ,ir. -
Eogllih Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., LaCrosse for re-election to the ollico of Treasurer
Halrdrotnlng. hats and
gloves, jewels perfumery comprehensive Rates American
Plan $2 to $2.60
European 600.
; to
of lirevard I refer $1.00.
Lady Helen WIB.-Gentlemen : For County. to( my
( Stewart, a fashion leader and unique. All exhibits forty Special Rates the Week. .. '
record the by \
during past; and. If elected :
England has I used tobacco In all its forms. ,
decreed that societyat will be accurately classified and dated, year For will the duties .
glva.to of the office the
is, the feminine elementmustt so that the visitors to the fashion show twenty-flve years of that time I was 110Itl'oat same diligent attention and watchfulcare MORROW Proprietors. J
its hair the side the. able wander from the _ _._
on or expose may be to hat sufferer from general debility and as In the post. ------ ------- -- --
ehead guiltless of coquettish curls. which wont out in 1895 to the ornamental Your obedient servant
heart disease. For fifteen I tried "
I And fashion-that is, in Englandtasinning head covering by which it was to "quit, _but couldn't I took years various ARTIIUK T. FEASTER HOTEL MELBOURNE Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof Hotel.l
to sway a bit in her direoJon. replaced in 1896, and so on with regardto ,
remedies, among/ others "Vo-To-llsvc,"
the other articles of attire.
I While the American girl would look There is also to be an exhibition of "The Indian Tobacco Antidote" ," "Dou For Treasurer. Hotel Geneva '
ble Chloride of Gold
etc., etc., but MELBOURNE Indian, River FLORIDA. .
] horror on this unfeminine coiffeur the divers adjuncts of masculine dress, none of them did_ me tho leant bit ofgood. ,
her adoption, it sigh of and the ties hats, and coats favored u
yet gives a canes finally, however, I purchased a
the advice of of all the .
lief when it thinks that maybe Lady by the male exquisitfH of the end box: of your "llaco-Curo," and it has By friends I tome my numer Open year round. Good Fish, Cor. Korijrtti and Cellar Nt..,.
lelen's example will take effect among of the century will find a prominent entirely cured me of the habit In all Its a candidate for County Treasurer myself, to be as InC! Hunting and Yachting.! Kates,

*e world of Britain'. elect. place in the new salon. The institutionis formA and I have increased thirtypounris voted for at the next county election, $2.60: and upwards. /Jacksonvllle, Fla.'I I

[That frightful curled, frizzed bang to be a very serious affair, for the Salon in weight and am relieved from and will thank my friends for their sup Proprietress, fHII. C. J. HKCTOII. !Modern Improvements '
I\t the all the numerous aches and of Baths, etc., ou ,l
Princess pains
Wales insists upon National de la Mode ia to exist, according port. Respectfully,. .
body and mind. I could write Every -loor, (has und Electric ''il
a quireof
raining boa spoiled the faces of to the determined of its
many design CHK. F, FIMCHEIC. Lights '
I changed and Passenger Elovator. ArtUtlcally :
paper feeling
[omen who might otherwise have been organizer and patrons, for art's sake condition.upon my ClassGarpotings and Elegantly Fur. of 4

led pretty.I alone, and no vulgar requirement are Your respectfully, 1'. II. MAWIUHV, High nlalied. .., _'.' };
shall never forget once seeing Mrs. to be gratified inside Its hallowed por Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark. For County Treasurer.
;rbohm Tree make her toilet for a retion. tals.-Paris Letter. (f) Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00.
She had Invited to herm. Sold by all druggist; at *1.00() per bcIJq: ;
She was combing me her up mass of Mr. 0.-.... o. ....b....... three boxes (thirty days' treatment), TITHSVIM.K:, FLA., Aug. 23: 'Wl. Weekly ICttUann Aiiltatttlon.,. .

*How hair down over her eyes, and I Mrs. Henry Ward Betx-her think that or$2.50 went, with direct Iron-clad, written guarantee of AT tIle republican convention held at ...I'..clnl. Ie.te. tat the Summer. /
receipt! !
ought of the fashion ab- upon Melbourne on tho 18th Inst., I
it was only a .trick of getting many prevailing are Write for booklet and wan
proofs. Eureka ED. L.
-. back hair of surd. "What can be more disgusting nominated for the office of county treasurer Prop.
out Chemical
tangles. Judge of A Mfg. Co, La Crosse, Win., H. E. CLARK
by surprise when the frizzed up this over a small delicate face than the and Uoston, Mass. without any solicitation on my .
part but being nominated I have
so concluded ,
with the comb. does most absurd and troublesome headgearworn
fans one feathers :'
f ith a knife and let it hang in front ?" she said in a recent article. opinion to has accept alwcys the been honor that the an office my 38'West EO IATHIN6( THE TEAR ROUND

On went the ever present English "We turn from 'hi8ri.Ucu1oualtructure WHEN YOU t should seek the man-not the man the Bay St.. t

f Sue over this heroic bang, and I did to the dress which surely should by office. I shall not follow the usual custom Jacksonville Florida
"t wonder that the bellboy stared. simplicity modify the absurdity of the FEEL ,SHAKV'WHY by making a personal canvas of the L1ryuN ,

But Mrs Tree was only other. county; but If the voters, In their judgment ,
arranging Announces
NOT TRYINTERSMITH5 the opening of his Spring rAM.tt.. :: .. '. 'f i
hair "But alas'the of the head should nee fit to elect 1 slioiiM
pr. u all of her set do.' Therefore deformity me, Opt ttf.'ri.utA..ItA
't every lover of beauty hope that even gear sinks into iwiiguiflciuire when one do my host to perform the duties of the Stock'or select and exclusive pattern of 1

e formality of Lady Helen' plain ee* a dress flounced puffed and weep office honestly and to the best of my. fine 2QMm DT BEACH raUIUKfflUMlll '
rehead may make headway against ing the streets with a long train. But ability. grade Carpeting and Mattings.

be untidy, unbecoming coiffeur of the what ejaculations are strong enough to CHILLTOMICTHB THOU. T WKTMOKB.AdvertUlng : : Rugs and Shades In all size and colors. "......... >..t..re. a. CorotmUre l )[OOe- i''

"omen of the English nobility. express the surprise! and disgust when = rate rates, solid comfort no ostentation
what a change the sleek well groom4 one look at the sleeved! Barely: absurdity Send for Samples and Price., and you good fishing, good cooking.

bead of the American girl moat be can go no farther. But fashion i* a MEDICINE to be successful, mud will be. pleaded.AWNfNGS.-
o them.-Philadelphia > tyrant, and volumes written about the Of KNOWN MERIT. .
M be
continuous The rough edges of 1 What do you' need In tb'e of
harm she doN will be of little na until mot.0 VMRYWHERiRTNYAP way
skepticism are not ground down envelopes note and letter bill
KmarkaM *__ Wuu- her and make her subordinate In a heads.
All women defT Tza400.LOW.WLLR.Ky. day. No bnvlneft be heads statements, tags, cards, eta?' .
college women of America most .-..... Aawrr. can prosperous
We hall be
glad to have a chare of your
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51 rl :)i r s INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER\ 11, 1896.


("UJI'Yhaenl'I (e Plants. Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report
shade trees, fishing, etc.. would certainly
iv be an Ideal place to have a picnic. One THE GRAHAMPaid
nw, ..Ahl\kkl\lIl'::! : to 7-In., *> :JO per 1,000.> of the prime movers in the matter says
1 '} i Ii to lMii.: and up, $HO
i i (" that lie will probably build a dock from
1,000.tfuckciH l.BakinU
1 r j per 1111'"pol'llon. his place (late that of MacDonald's) Into Up Capital $26,000.00.

1 r. CI Kinoutli Cayenne, *\20! I per bundled. the lake, put boats out there place seats
% J. it .'. iM. TYLKB, in the surrounding park, and make LAW LOANS, REAL ESTATE.
t ]Fort 1'ierre 1'1 .
i everything as pleasant as possible for 3

jI j/ those people wishing to spend any time

i I, t .. { Tor Hale, there which idea we think very good 4 03G.TEI.Y PURE We have for sale l a I large list of careful

1 and.] one that will be appreciated by the -- selected Indian River '
: Common( and, fancy pineapple plants. -I I 1\0.-; Properties.Agents .
residents of Titusville and the surrounding
t I Forty acre to select fiom. Lemon and The ItcpuMIcnn Speakers.! Cheap Kates to St. L-oulu, for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast '
, neighborhood.The U
.v other cltniH, trees I I
I, JAMKH HOMMKH' building of this road will bo a Messrs. E. R. Gunby, republican candidate i I On Sept. 11th, 15th and 10th ticket Canal and Transportation Co.CANAL .

i \ Jensen, Fla. step in the right direction, and we trust for !governor, J, II. Stripling, candidate will be sold from all points in Florida ro LANDS: :
I -- it In but the beginning of a period when for congressional honors and V. St. Louis, Mo., and return, at one fare : .
) I J. SHipmAn, and Prof B. F. Marsh candidate (for the round trip, good returning until &
Jacksonville West
a network of shell roads will cover the !t Southern Railway, Tampa Key Railway
l lo Plants.
I'' Riley liicii i for /State Superintendent Public lopt.26th.:: The Southern Railway offer Indian River Loan and COill)1)
Company's. Investment
I t ---- whole county. Bail roads have been Instruction, assisted by the colored quickest time, best accommodations and Lands. and other Low Priced Lands. '
4 Iliirily, vigorous, grown without shelter the bane of every country In the state, band, explained the republican doctrineto I choice of routes. Parties wishing to
y Prices on application to while good roads Is the cry of every a fairly large assemblage hero from i take advantage of this rate will pleas Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Propeities.
I E. C. B. TVNDAI.I, the bandstand last night. Prof. Marsh, communicate with the undersigned, who
There Is
'. 27n>nrCmo() Waveland, Fla. Intelligent community. no who was Introduced to the audience first will take pleasure In furnishing detailed Titusville. Florida.
need, however, for us to dwell further
by Mr. Scrlmgeour, confined his remarks information) upon application.
1 on this subject, as we believe our people entirely to educational matters, and did L. A. :SHIPMAN: '-
I ,. Consult JnnicH ]Mott, know the many benefits to be derived not touch upon politics at all. Mr. Jacksonville, Fla. Fla. Pass. Agent.

I I''t i ,g' Oilamlo Nursery-, for orange, lemon from good highways from reading the of Stripling his attention, who followed to the currency him,.gave question most, S. Chaffee U1 C

I I I, ; and grape fruit trees, grape vines and previous articles bearing on the matter while the Hon. E. It. Gunby, In an amusing Thin or hair and bald heads, so : I
1' S .Marshal: Nicl roses. published the ADVOCATE from time to speech, referred to the past recordof displeasing to many people as mArks of JFred
'T i ({ JAMES: MOTT, time. We therefore close our few remarks the republican party: comparing It to >age, may be averted for a long time by
Orlando, Fla. with the hope that they will that of the democratic party, much to I using Hall's llalr Renewer. TITUSYILLE, FU
the disadvantage of the latter. Mr. Pharmacist.

t .. ,. -- ---- --.---_ bear fruit In their season, and wish the /Shipman concluded the night's speak- ,
VJHB project of the shell road from Titusvilleto ing with a short and vigorous sketch of Remember, the ADVOCATE does all A Complete Assortment of
IMutio for Sale.
South Lake success. the currency and tariff questions. Wantof kinds of Job Piloting.
d f S every
l +.i A fine, mahogany, square piano foriue space prevents us giving a fuller $ PURE DRUGS and Druggists Surt
'I t( In 'f!tUllvlllu; cost *"500; will sell fort Resolutions of Respect.We count of the speeches. BC-I -f
$200() cash, or on tI RIO. ,
!. n For farther' paititulars address, FOB first class shoemaking and repairingcall B Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. 5+-
j For Tax Collector. on J. A. Daughtory, Washingtonavenue
% PIANO, as members of the M. E. church,
f I Care of ADVOCATE, south of Cocoa, offer tho following tribute Titusville, Flu. Shoes madeto rIr We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.

'1' LIMvlile, } Ia. of respect to our deceased sister, Herewith announce myself A candidate order in fine style.
I trade. Give
I I I Mrs. Llna G. Blackburn, who was for the office of Tax Collector.If We want your us a U
t Fruit 1Vanted.I called to her heavenly home at.Oxford, the voters of Brevard county decideto
Ga., Sept. 2nd, 1800! ( : give me their support, I will endeavorto Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Port lime!!
I also For her many Christian virtues and justify every confidence placed In mo, Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
fi Ripe) or nenrly ripe pineapples; conducting the office In a business-like -= for Stencils and Rubber
+ great beauty of character we all loved 1 Agents Stampt)
y ix; t ;, gpavas, mingoos: sugar-apples, alligator her, and shall ever hold her in closest manner. Very.'eRpectfully. .
j ( poasr, lime, bananas and other tropical remembrance. LEWIS:: D. LOCKWOOD. I
; iind fruits wanted. The
I' ; o Demi-tropical Whereas God, In his all wise provi- E TAB> : ',HEO '. <- "
"' highest Address market, ]t. C.pi'Ice Rains paid.' fruit dealer, 25: dence, has seen fit to remove our beloved DEED blanks! lOc. each; $1.00 per 100, at : JACKSONVILLE FLA. Ez.. :ee.: ..:C .,

j llugan street, Jacksonville, Fla. Sister Blackburn from earth to the the ADVOCATE office. j
; higher life above therefore be It
; Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizes
L Resolved, that we bow In submissionto ,
I lidded Orange Tree our heavenly Father's will, believing '
that he doeth all things well. Prompt. Reliable. Responsible. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

:, Several thousand choice budded orange Sunday Resolved school, that and In society behalf,of we our tender church to, .e .. IB. iMZcriLXj: ss co., Staple Ac: I tincy Groceries! Frui

', : trees, two to five foot, of the following her bereaved husband and relatives our And Food Products
', and otter varieties : Harts Late, Jaffa, heartfelt Wholesale -
Stock of
f 1 sympathies.Resolvetl Of My
\' ; Indian River, Mediterranean Sweet, Parson of these
t I : I Brown. Urapo fruit and lemon lutions be spread upon the church reso- Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal,,
: trees In variety, also a limited number oft record, and a copy sent to the newspapers ,
(\ t the following( rare fruits : Pineapple for publication; also that a copy Ground Food Mid Wheat.I .
''I "h and Marsh's Seedless and Indian River dealing exclusively the above Its
King house
orange be sent to the bereavetllamlly.IIIR. am the only on
, Our Specialties :Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Pineapples, Peas, Potatoes,
,1 fruit. Also budwood close. I Invite correspondence and oU
1'onr-nhaped and will sell
grape ::\ O. K. WOOD, I Onions Nuts Limes etc. Goods. I buy close, your
'f : of all the leading citrus fruits, ornamental Grapes, Guavas, Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Honey,
Very truly
I patronage.
Mim. M. E. HILL, your
1 j f"I trees, plants, roses, etc. Ainu. C. J. COOOINMita. -, r References:-T. IT.Sllgh. Lady Lake, Fla.; W. M. Williams, shipper, Fruitland, EJ. L. :aB.ADY.ED .
i'. : Prices on application to E. V. BLACKMAN. J JLA Fla.; The Trade In General. Write or wire for prices.
If{ Ij' A. L. HATCH,
Committee. 1 106 Main Street JACKSONVILLE FLA.
))1 City Point, Fla. ,
i I !! B3P" Hotels Supplied on short notice with anything on the market. A good : 1'ARD: STILING.eaC1oaoae
I [ memorial service will be held at stock always on hand, at lowest price.
, \ I Iii1ti the above church next Thursday evenIng :Florida: : ,.
1 Seed Beans the 17th I Inst., at 7:30.: ]
4 l The New DEALER IN........
Wood and Metall
; I'' 100 1.
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COITRTENAI l FLA., Sept. 8, 'DO. Door
Cypress Company
r: you SALE NOW. Editor Advocate i Coffins and Cask

In ;your last Issue there was an article
' from John II. Harris, which Is headed :PALATKA: : :HTML.-A.-: : ,
; :$3.90 bushel
per "Harris replies to Mr. Sunders but I
a fall to find any reply to my article; In Will, about October let, 180(1( turn the steam on to Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department: li t
t.. :$1 1 .OO per peck, of der the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, usinjfl!
your August 28th. Until Mr.
I J 5cts per quart, plainly Hart'Is answers stated in my my question article,,I which shall was pay One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind most attention.Improved methods of embalming. All orders EDWARD by mail STILINO or wire ,receive prom

j. i 1 Octs per pt. no with more explain attention as brlelly to him an, possible but will, here howI and General Wood Working Plants in the United States Cocoa, Indian River, Fit

came to write article of August It.
At TheAvera I was In La Orange my on Aug. 11, and And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight:
Y heard that Capt. llnrdee would publish years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best THE DECANTER.
loco, stating that M. S. Jones had possible and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
grocery (Cos told, him, in the presence of Rev. Black- Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials\ Tanks, Glass, etc.
: man, J, F. Woolen and D. R. Johnson, Lesley & :Rexiaker
that he (Judge Jones) told me not to act ,

j3) Titusville, Florida. court on the, and petition that was to the abolish reason the I did county not Phoenix. The St. Augustine Cycle Co. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and WbIsCi

act upon It. An article of this kind did Union Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout -
In the
appear :, only It did not
.i A SIlI:I.L KOAI PIIOJKCT. give the name of M. S. Jones. As I was Has the best line of wheels A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Table;
going down the river next day, Aug 12, li Diamonds Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and carefulnt.tontioDrIven/ to 11II
We Informed on the afternoon train, I wrote a reply and sundries in the state. All. orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY fc RENAKER, TituBvlllefu, !
are on good authority,
to the charge that would appear In the Excels.
r l that the 1 prospects of having a. shell road article, And carried It to the Star office. Kinds of bicycle repair work -
in the near future, from Tltusvlllo to I found Capt. Hardoe in the office tAlk- and other Ladies Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International EXIIOI'UOIo'
Month J.ake-a distance of about three ing with the editor of the Star. When I neatly done. Atlanta,Ga.,1505./
miles-nre very favorable. $1,000 In gave article/ Mr.was Wager there,my that piece Capt.he Hardeo told me had the and Gents In Stock. F. W. BEERS, Prop. THE G. H. HAMMOND COMPANY

i \ rash has already been promised by the just given It. to him, and that he had
+ various property owners along the pro- told Capt. Hardoo that I denied the
t charges as untrue, and it was but right OEORO MARX. JOHN MARX.:
f I>ono
j, thought will bo Hufllclent to carry the article that Judge, that Jones we might and I reply should to BOO it, and the MARX :B <>S.9 PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.

.' .scheme through, as Col. D. L. Oauldcn showed the article to me, which was
offers to donate the necessary shell for about the same as the one that appeared Wholesale Dealers In &
j In the ADVOCATE Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago,
k the road! from Ills shell mounds the only giving the name
near Groceries: : Fr"\l.1.t: and: Prod.LOe.: .
of ,C. S. Jonos. But to my surprise Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Tbos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla
: Hnulovcr, and Interested people have neither my article or Capt. Hardeo's appeared 13t unit 133 East May Street and 83 and t"A N wn"n Street
agreed, to transport the shell and give In the Star of Aug. lath, and In .Jaolt 'l the use of their teams for hauling It the Star of Aug.; 28th I naked the editor Special Low Prices on Canned Heats

free of cost. The matter will\ be brought the reason for not publishing the same,
n, and ho replied as all the renders of the ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
J ,, before the board of county commissioners Star can see that Capt. Hardee withdraw 'Wri-t: "1.115 :for :Jrl.oes.:
::1: to lie) acted when the plans the article signed "Jeffersonian Democrat
upon TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have in the way of Fruit and Vege
1 are more definitely formed. ," so did not publish mine. tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow -
+ \ There is no doubt but that such a Now, can any fair-minded man see Peas. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.
tt A highway would be anything like malicious falsehood in my MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE FLA. LANDS for Lemons Fruit & PineappI
: highly prized by article, when I had proof that it was Grape
i ( p :r those people residing out of town and Cant. Hardeo that: was having the'a.. ,
Ity whose business) frequently calls them ticks signed "Jeffersonian Democrat" IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES, FLORIDA.In .

here, and the Idea should receive published, and as all can see he with-
hearty HAVE AN
1 support. Aside from this, think of the drew the one In the Star office which order to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits In the Counties named, th
i would have appeared Aug. 14th, with(
ri pleasure one can derive when bowling the name of M. S. Jones. FLORID EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. will, for the next 9 months, make tductlon

along thin stretch of road to bo-either Knowing; those charges to be untrue, If not, don't you think you ought to have one? I have got the Five Minute of Per Counties,
so far as Judge Jones' asking me not to Twenty-fife Cent on Price of Its Lands In Above
In a buggy or on a wheel In the cool of
White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, at the following prices, viz : 1800-
act on any petition-and Judge Jones OR UNTIL DECEMBER 13th,
the evening!; through those shad; and will say the same-I will leave It with 1 quart at, . .., . . . .. .$ 1.30 each. C3T For terms and Prices apply to
delightful lance for which Florida Is the people of Brevard county. Hoping 3 quart at . . . , . .. 1.80 each. D. C. SUTTON or W. R. MOSES West Palm Beach, Fl*
'noted, winding; In and out of beautiful that I will never be called on 3 quart at, . ,. .... . .,.. .. , . ,. 1.80 each. W. C. VALENTINE, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
wooded spots, under the palmcttoes and defend myself from such libelous 4 quart at ... ... .. .. .. ..... ... . 2.20 each. F. S. MORSE, Miami, Fla. or to

the overhanging branches of magnificent charges, I am, yours respectfully 1V. R. SANDERS, this These Bargain prices Column.are only good until the stock I I. exhausted. Keep your eye on JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner

moss-covered oaks of giant size, the ST. AUGUSTINETHE

breeze gently blowing, the birds twitter-
School Teachers' Examination. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART (- .
Jog in the gathering gloom, and the sun
j making a glorious background as It sets ,

'tin all its splendour-It Is a picture our plicants The state for uniform the positions examination of teachers of ap- Made for Sandy Soil, Haying 3inch Tread. * GEO. WffiDEMAH BREWING COMPANY,

,, pen would fain have the mystical commenced at the Titusville schoolhouse -
power to adequately portray. Or on one on Tuesday morning,: under the FOR SALE BT Brewers of Fine Beers Standard Lager Extra Pale 4 Inench

1 of Florida's peerless moonlight nights, superintendence of Supt. Jno. II. Sam, ,

with the silver beams straggling through when Misses the Lucy following' I'. Moore,were Merritt examined; C. R.: EDWARD STILINGThe ............_..... ...... ............... THOS. A. BETHEL. Manager. e e s Bridge St.

the massive arch of foliage overhead, Sams, A. E. Barns, Courtenay; Leila ;Jai)l1. laville, Florid
f and the lake In the distance Anthony Titusville; Kitty Martin, Mel- Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. ::: kba07 ae4: S
guttertnlnaU bourne: Susie R. Gates, Artesla; Mr. W. o 10 dozen pint Amber. ... ... . .. ., .. ... ..,' .l9.On:
i the glory with which nature has L. Keller, Woodley'; also two colored rows, suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-ln. tread; A size larger 10 dozen pints, White ... ... . . .... .... . 9'

t 1 endowed It. applicants. The examination. finishes suitable for Pineapple Plantations, 6-ln. tread. --bb1a.. beer. .. .. .' . .. .. ... .. . . 2.23.
South Lake, with all its advantages In to-day. COCOA Indian River, FLORIDA. J beer . . ...50bb1a. -
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