Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
September 25, 1896
Publication Date:
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


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


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

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East Coast advocate
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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle


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13. DSTo. '7. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, SEPT. 25, 1896. P ie 5c. I


LOCAL NEWS -A store In one of the most advantageous Head This Column Carefully. -There Is a store to rent in the ADVOOATR Excursion to Tampa.Tho ANI) YHT ANT1IISU: UlSZTEr I
: positions In Tltusvlllo Is now for block, suitable for furniture,

Id Topics! of General Interest. rent.: Apply to Bobbins .Graham; or ::::pAs tin advertising medium, no dry goods, or millinery and dress-making" ICT. .
Chas. II. Walton Titusville, Fla.Miss paper on the East Coast can beat the establishment. The only store for rent J., T. &; K.V'. Ry. will run 1\

ADVOCATK. Give us a trial ", lvt., in Titusville. Apply at the ADvocATE cheap! excursion from Jacksonville and We take! pleasure-liv.announcing1: that
Inty and General, OoHnlp, In connection and bo convinced of the office. other points on Utah system to Tnmpiv
Aleth pink pnpor'sworth. tho mnrrlngo: of Mr. Henry J. Egger.latoof
Mime, of Minis: is In
illi Ray 'V..rtl..ln.lhm. I
ItlHcnyne I on Monday noxt, Sept. 24th, tickets good Tlturtvlllo but 11.of. Miami And Mrs,
liana and Halifax lllvora. Key W.MtLi town on a visit to her friend, Miss Daisy[ '
nil other Important 1'ulntn alonath Bra,ly. -The Inside of F. S. Clmffeo A Co's.drug to return until Sept. :Moth Inclusive M. L. Swanson, oi OX| ellkn! Aln., hall +

,.t Conxt of Florida.. Brief mention oft LOCAL ADVTS. Ten Cents Per Line, Per store has had number of changes: Tho rate from Tltusvlllo to Tampa for linen constmmntoift, Kumars current I

| re.tliiK Events from Varlou Parts -Editor E. D. Oslin, of the Melbouine \ Week, on this (front) pogo.IIEADQUAI1TICRS recently, among the latest effected being the round trip will be 300. for Homo time past hive totulod toi atioi- i'

the World I About People You Know Timed[ spent a day or so in Jacksonville the removal of the soda fountain from
the event but until
}pate quite lately
|il 1'1>" 1,1" You Don't Know Picked this week. for
Singer sewing ma-
the southenut corner to the west sklo-n A Card.I definite [ It coda bu
>by Our Society Editor and a large.otaf chines. \V. R. Knox, agent, TItusville. nothing concerning ,
-Judge Jones his boon much bettor location.
spending a
Correxponilent .scattered along theLint limrned1 On Friday last Mr. Eggor 111't r

Coast of Florida. few days at Kuu Gallic this week, naturalizing :Mo -Any of our northern or southern take this, method of extending my rl\veil I in tow from Miami oa his vaoutlon, t'
Wo want loan
4lcY. to first '
some of that town's residents.Dr. real estate 'feu per on' cent readers visiting Chattanooglwoul.1 do hoint-felt} thanks to all those neighborsand but' the following day\ found hint at the ,

John )[. Dixon went to Cocoa free of nil exponsos to lender, D. L. well to get their horses, and carriages friends, whose deep sympathy and depot impervious waiting for northbound the questions Unlu.Ifo lila. 'J I,

CA1'ttlE yesterday, to spend a few days, being Gauldon, TItusville. from the Chickamauga Stable Co., who neighborly kindness during my wife's :, friends jokingly l'Uellhlm with asto hit .

nr accompanied by his mother and sister. have fine stabloa anti coach-houses at Illnollll brightened her last ilUys and Intentions\ 1 pending tile arrival of the earn, '

-Mr. J. E. M. Hodgson, a popular IIRK'S Root Beer-the /groat summer. Chattanooga Lookout Mountain, lifted much of thc burden of care and but the happy look on. bbs" face coilVI not r
dl'lnk-at F. S. halloo ite Uo's. that do otherwise thl 'ootl''y.... mission lit :
resident of Eau Gallic, graced our town Tenn., close to the far-famed Lookout grief which weighed on me during going to Alabama., Wo' eongriUulattd, !

s with his presence a short time yester- Inn. This company has 100 horse, and time, and whose kindness extended to him in advance,, and were sot disappointed.
INOEH machine attachments
suppliedby I
day. W. K. Knox, agent; Titusville. 125 carriages to soloct from. Mr. E. I). the end. I am, ) The wedding. ceremony which made '

-Mr. G. W. Scobie left for Alicia Roes Is the manager of the Lookout
yes- Your most grateful f i'hind, Mr. Kgger: nod :M"s.,Hwnns terday In the Interests of his fishing bus- PAINTOFF, for removing; all kinds of Mountain del'lI'tmont1111\ Mr. Sam. W. J. MAninw DIXON. IHUformed) on Tnrsdivy: night!: at !8il::

iness at that place. Ho expects to return paint from all kinds of surfaces with- ObIs Is In charge of the Chattanooga sta o'clock, nt tho residence in Oiwllka, Ala,

today. out burning. See ad. ou 2nd page. bles. They are both pleasant gentlemen of the bride, ; aril: Wednesday ,afternoon
Send for circulars to Largo Draining l lant.1' tho couple l left for TrtntwIUo, nr-
and will treat well when need a happy
-Copies of Mr. E. P. Wilbur's pamphlet SOUTH-KASTKHX PAINTOFF Co., you you yeHbuniivy on the F. K. C. Ry., I
St. Augustine Fla. and Boston. fine horse, or team to view Lookout of Chattanooga when heartily welcomed by n
"Prominent Party Questions can ]\[ Edmund M. Ivons, they wore
be had on application the ADVOCATE Mountain, tho Chickamauga battle-field Teun., Is now building for the host of rehUlv"thI\nd< friends. ., The bride I
other point of interest. Mr. E. B. nnd groom went atonoo to the/assideuceon
office. -Store to rent In Titusville. First- any Meadows Land & Improvement Co., of Main street> of. Mrs. Albino Brady,

Vice-president J. R. Parrott, of the lass position. Suitable for a furnitureor Selvldgo Is In charge of the rate depart- Meadows, Fla., probably the lurgoxt where Mrs. X; gor ,will remain for the

Flagler railway, passed through here dry goods store. Apply to Rabbi & ment. Don't fail to remember this when draining pump evor built In the south.It present; while M>c..Egger, !after a couple
raham. visiting Chattanooga. of weeks' return to Miami to \
twelve foot stny..wUl
to lift water
Is intended
Wednesday, in his private car, en routeto look after lilsibusiness. Interests.

If you receive a sample copy of Miami. WHERE to stop. See list of hotels on Florida's First! Oranges of the high, and its capacity will be 50,000 gal- The bride, who Is o churning and
ADVOCATE it is intimation that lons minute. The engine and boilers the of
( an -Miss Fanny Tuttle, the charming our 7th page. per vivacious brunette, ,la daughter
J would give us pleasure to add your Season. of 250: horse power are now being Mr. J. I.1)oresy> a prominent resident of
line to our fast-increasing list of sub- I daughter of Mrs Julia D. Tuttle, Is now Opollka, Ala.I\Ud lifts a host of friends

lbcrs. It does not cost you three at Miami after a pleasant sojourn in the DEED the ADVOCATE blanks lOc. each] ; $3.00 per 100, at Fort Myers stands at tho head of the erected. A sand or muck pump will on Indian Ulvor, having usually spent

hits per week (postage Included) when latskills.We office. districts of I'lol'ldlwith also be furnished the same company her winters here, with the exception of

(ken by the year, and it can be seat toin -- ---- orange raising from n new design und pattern now tho last on for, some years, at LaGrange
in any part of the United States or regret: to learn that Mrs. G. W. -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Gardner left regard to shipping the first lot of fruit.It being made. with Dr. R. J. Thointon-her '!

>nada without extra expense. Scobie has been on the sick list this here last business was, however, only a small quantityone 1CI'lm pal'ent.who .III now Iti Alabama, J

week, and trust to hoar of her speedyrecovery. Friday on and pleasure box of 150-and was received by the 1IOTKL NOTKH. but expects-to spend the coining winter ;
trip to New York, returning hero hero. Wo have no doubt Mrs.\ E (ger $
JOB PRINTING at this office. Florida Fruit Exchange, Jacksonville, -
yesterday. will make her husband nn enviable helpmate -

-Mrs. A. W. Sweet, who has been last week. We now have open In Tltusvlllo twoAS bodides boiuir a woloomo additionto
-Wesley Joyner won the flvo-mlle
I-Applications for membership in the spending the summer In New York, returned event In the bicycle races hold hero last good and woll-nmniigod summer hotels The OU'I' community.well-known: and ,
groontiH !!
ptusville Tennis Club should be made to town'yestel'day; to take Chicken Pilau. popu
chargeof will find In part of FloilUa.
last Saturday, and Ernest Vanlandlng- as you any lar gentleman oonslilomlulo business
Chas. II. Walton .
I secretary.I the
school during school
a term.
ham the one-mile. The Crawford House, White Moun- ability, having served for many years In
I Orange trees Roseland are bloom- -Mr. Julius Kline left here Saturday The Indian River Guards hold their will remain until Mr. E. I.. llrady'S largo wholesale and
taint N. II. earlyIn
It g; profusely for this time of the year, last for New York, to purchase a fine Archdeacon and Mrs. B. F. Brown, regular monthly business mooting Tues opon offered retail establishment at this place, but Is
October upoolul rates being to
after absence of about in the business at Miamiof
an ton days Inrlando night when much Important business now assisting
abnormal day
are making growth. ,
pd assortment of fall and winter goods. .
tourlMts. Messrs..E. L. & Co. of whichho
) and Longwood, returned to transacted. At the close of tho Brady ,
I-The outside frame work and sash ofle lIe expected to be away two or throe was Is a meni+or. By his frank dealing
town; Wednesday. It U rumored that the Royal Polnclnna
bank and Gardner fc Walker's store weeks. meeting the boys, upon the Invitation of hotel 1'1,1111 Beach, will have a blcyolo with all who have had the pleasure[ of

I being painted by Knox & Thomas. -.1\11'8. E. L. Brady, who was met In Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Capt. A. T. Feaster, adjourned to the track,laid on Its grounds for the benefit his acquaintance, Mr. Eggvr has won the
divine service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal Indian River hotol, where chicken pilau of Its guests during the approaching esteem of Indian River and
J -The Erclldoune Inn at Roseland, of Atlanta, /Saturday, by an ADVOCATE rep- Miami,, geniality and Integrity being i
church on Sunday next, the 27th Inst., was served<< and<< to which full justice was HUHHOII. Other Improvement are now
hick Mr. L. C. Moore is the proprietor, resentative, left for Tennessee on Mon\ being[ made. prominent features of his manly charnotor. I
at 11 a. in. and 7:30: p. m. done by all who wore fortunate enoughto / We arc satisfied ho will prove a>. j
J growing in artificial beauty, we are in- day. She expects to return to AtlantaIn
-Mr. n. T. Norwood went to Pineda paitlcipato. Thu NewIount! Pleasant House, In !bettor-half of estimable qualities. \
rmed. about a month's time. the Whito Mountain, N. II., will remain When such an event as the arrival of or ,
yesterday at which place ho will have
I -Miss Daisy Brady gave a party to a -The item In our last issue to the effect open until Oct. 5th, keeping up tho sans newly-married couple In town is on ths i,
i charge of the fishing business which Mr. Tripped tho Light FimtiiHtlc. tublo and music bus made the
lumber Hwrvlco, an tapis,. It Is n time fur demonstration oC t
of her friends on Tuesday I that Tax Collector Hall and Miss SallIe -
young Scobie expects to start there next week. house so popular nil the season The some kind or other- ltlior with tin '

pglit, which was much enjoyed by those Hall had been engaged/ on the registration -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton Mr. C.II. The spacious dining room of tho Indian Mount Pleasant Cottage, which accommodates pans, cow bolls or other such Instvu-

i attendance. books erroneous. They were River hotel was tho scone of a dance l fifty guests, will lunmln open meats In the minds 01 those skilled to

I -Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Springer, of St. here for the purpose! of compiling a list Walton and Claude Walton are enjoyIng on Wednesday night, In which[ about fifteen until Oct. 20th. make melodious (7)( ) strains[ therewith. or:
themselves In Atlanta this week. with band.. Happily, our town doe
of the of who have
lugufetine made trip to West Palm names persons paid
a "
of our people participated.
young such the fatter
will an organization as
They probably return to Tltusvllle STANTOI HOVAK, CHATTANOOGA, TKNST.Thlnfino .
each! on Wednesday. They expected their poll tax. In the course of the next few days. To say the least, It was much enjoyed, ,.and the Indian River band displayedIts
i return home and well-located hotel Is now ability to a marked degree yesteumy
to-day. -Mr. C. B. Magruder, one of Rock- : the atmospheric conditions being very }
-Miss Lillian Conkling, of Melbourne, under now management./ The present evening when serenading Mr. and Mrs.
I Lieut. B. M. Pursell, the genial U. S. ledge's pioneer orange growers, was In who Is attending the teachers' institute pleasant, and dancing was kept up until proprietor, Col. D. J. Jones, Is a jovialwar Kggor. Several pretty and sultabla se-

rmy officer, who paid Indian River a town attending to some business a coupleof about 11.30. Among those present we veteran, and he In/ making hosts of leotlons were rendered at the conclusion
"nit[ last winter, is now stationed at Fort days this week. He says the orange gave a birthday party to a large noticed the Missus Josephine Brady, friends both north aud south by his of which tho member of the band were
number of her friends at the residence skillful management of the Stanton Invited to drink the health of the bride
"ayne, Detroit[ Mich. trees at that place are doing well, and Kato Piitchard, Albino Eggor!: Aline >
In North Tltusvlllo of Mr. and Mrs. JohnR. House, which \Is certainly a flrst-cliiss und /groom, which ail was promptly and '.
that they will bear quite a quantity of Egger, Daisy Brady, Zuudio and Katie the travels of
fore-an Walker, Wednesday night. hostelry. During; an heartily responded: to.
fruit during the season. Stewart, Daisy Skill; Messrs. E. B.Wager, ADVOOATR representative through North The AD VOOATK.joins[ In wishing Mr. .

jima on Tuesday to assist the force of our -Mrs. A. T. Feaster and family -We are In receipt of a large Japan J. A. Happorsetto, F. A. Morgan, F. O. Carolina and Tennessee, ho found tho jI\Ulll\I'II., Eggor a bright and prosperous} '

persimmon from Archdeacon B. }'. William, R. E. Minis jr., W. If. Young, above hotel set the bust tablo, thor 'career, an! well 1\80 one of unalloyed hap-
ontemporary for a few days. returned to town Saturday last from
abundant of homefat.tone
Brown's fruit farm at Longwood, which an supply :pi ness.
-Ward aIll11'. G. Walton
their summer outing In Valdosta and chickens and fresh besides "
-Mrs. II. T. Norwood, who has been is a fine specimen of what can be eggs, '

pending the summer in Tennessee, and other places In Georgia. They were accompanied Florida soil. Mr. Brown has our grownon best pure cows., rich Tho milk Htanton from house Col.Is Jones'only own two Funeral of Mr*. J. it!. Dixon. !
home from Jacksonville by Ou the Currency Question.Mr. (
oklng In better health for her sojourn,
thanks for the fruit. minutes' walk from the Central Depot; -
Returned to town Saturday last. Mr. A. T. Feaster, who went there last It has large and elegant rooms and i p or> The remains of Mrs. John )[. Dixon :f
week to meet his wife and children.Mr. :\ E. P.!Bianch of Melbourne the
dies, and each apartment Is an outside"
-Passenger of who this life
Agent L. A. Shipman, To My Friend departed Friday mornIng ,
Ibo John R. Walker his republican candidate of Brevard countyfor room. A flue lawn and magnificent oaks
Southern has the resigned pos- Interred In the
Railway, gone to surround the house, seats. being scattered were LaGrange cemetery i.
Tiome of his[ father In Mississippi, being ition with Messrs. Duren & Feaster last Having bought the Interest of Mr. the legislature, addressed an audience throughout the grounds for the the following day. Funeral service

tailed there by the latter's dangerous 111- Saturday, and will be found attending to A. C. Gardner, in the firm of Gardner &: at the courthouse, Friday night convenience of guettts. Looking; from were held at the Methodist church in the

ess. his Interests In the dry goods store of Son, I shall be pleased to serve you to last, on the currency question, showing: this tine hostelry, splendid view of morning.the Kev. A. I>. Ponney officiating .5 q

Gardner & Walker. We wish Mr. Wal- the best of my ability. We are addingnew In the course of hU remarks. how much Lookout Mountain can be obtained. and from there the body of the .;
-Jacksonville does not seem to like !goods dally to our already nearly better off Is with Our readers-north and south-who docuased lady was followed to the grave
a country a gold standard /t
the [Idea of the paupers from other parts ker every success In his new venture, and complete stock.It visit Chattanooga, cannot do better than by a number of our people. The coffin

J>' the state being dumped within her we believe It Is assured, as with his genIality is a pleasure to me to show goods than ou a silver basis. His arguments stop at the Stanton House, for Col. and was adorned with beautiful floral tributes -

limits. and good standing he Is well liked and I shall be glad to lee all my old( were well sustained by data of Mrs. Jones and their charming family II from some of the mauy sympathizers '"
She Is certainly justified In kicking by the majority of our townspeople and friends In Titusville and on Indian River good authority, and on the whole his will assuredly give all who arrive there who held the late Mr. Dixon la high

-them back to where they come Indian when In need of anything In our line. speech seemed to Interest those who bad a glad welcome. esteem for her gentle bearing and other
those River.
F rom. on We guarantee satisfaction. Polite and noble traits of character. her absence
courteous attention to all who favor the pleasure of listening/ him. Mr. 'ron. our midst Is mutually regwtttod.
-Mrs. Jas. prltchard returned to -Mrs. Martin Griffin, of Palatka, and may Are You Theatrically Inclined ?
us with a share of their patronage. Branch spoke at Fort Pierce on Monday,
{ own on Wednesday, from her visit to Miss Aline Harrington, of Memphis, Mail orders will receive prompt and and on Tuesday at Jensen, on the same -
Miami(( where she was the guest of her Tenn., who spent part of the summer at careful attention. subject. Joke books, tableaux, amateur theatrical Notice.

'laughter, Mrs. F. T.: Budge, who accompanied Seabreeze, are now In Atlanta] stopping Your to please, *, etc., selections suitable for church -

her back to TItusville to at the Talmadge House.( Mrs. Griffin expects JOHX R. W ALKJtH. Red Cedar Logs Wanted. and For society sale by entertainment. JENSEN; FLA., Spl. 14;'W.. ;

upend a week or ao.BIcycle to return home In about two JOB SMITH, JH., agt. A meeting of the board ot directors of .

months' time, but Miss Harrington will For Rubber Stamp, Wanted to buy Red Cedar logs. Tltusvllle.Grapple ..... the Indian River & Lake Worth Pine- '1'
apple Growers' Association will be held
soon leave for Tennessee. They are both GEitAnn II. ANDCRAO.V' ,

Repairing. enjoying themselves In Atlanta. Seals, stencils whatever, etc., and badges for South Jacksonville, Fla. Dredjjea at when Jensen a report on Wednesday of the season's Oct. 7th business, 1806. '\

any purpose see
I will duplicate the of will be submitted by the general agent. '
prices any responsible JOB SMITH JR.
Done Wanted.Save .
firm on of bicyclerepairing Trespassera Beware.I Titusvllle Fla. For canal work clearing swamp, etc., if r. E. P. Poroher. and further question Ii
enameling and sundries. Al half yard to any capacity desired, which of Interest considered. Stockholders1 7;
work your bones and send them to the In and low In and patrons of the association '''
guaranteed. Bicycle Instruction are rapid operation price. are ,re*- ;
;riven and guaranteed at reasonable hereby give notice that all person Town Registration Book Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jacksonville Address, EDMUVD!: M. IVENS, quested to attend. '''(
Prices. trespassing on the private ground of the Fla. Will pay cash for them. 9.2.VU.23/ Chattanooga Tenn. T. V. MOOBE, JAS. ItouuES: p,
Indian River hotel! east of the hotel, i'
Secretary. President <
Tltnsville registration books are
will be
Tltnsville, Fla J. A. HAPPKESETTE, mgr now open In the drug store of Fred. 8. Rifles for Sale. For Charter. j

Chaffee Co., Mr. Chaffee having been A Rare Oppogl a lty.

appointed town registration officer and A high grade, new Winchester rifle The fine sloop Yankee Doodle be t
Pineapple FarmAt can For sale at a sacrifice the lease
Store for Rent. will remain until ,, -running
next It Is ten days before the 45-70 calibre, with* case; re-loading tools chartered by the day week or month; Ilnut' Spring o* 18&tof a ally

Waveland, Fla., will" be sold at a The store In the ADVOCATE block,, one.who Is entitled necessary and wishes that to every vote and cartridges.One One revolver Spencer rifle. OneSharp's anywhere between Ormond and Miami. furnished SO-roomed: ,. pleasantly-locnteul F

"crlflce. Write just vacated by E. L. Brady, In for rent. should register as the former regis mans' outfit rifle.generally, for sale, and at sports-great Good accommodation for ladle. Foi hotel on .Indian 1ItI,.. Immediate possession. .' ;;i
further write to
G. E. COON, agent Apply to Itobblm A Graham, tntlon books were destroyed some time sacrifice If purchased at particulars, AddrejwLcx,
once. Apply CAPT. GKO. Cook
Jensen, Fla. Tltnsville, Fla. ago by the fire. at ADVOCATE o lce. .A.O'-CQ4Q. oftloe, 71)
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of pie? ttagson Tatters- ,

j Good A Kew Rival *. ... 1ha..1I. sod ma'am I would like to have a black Is the duty of every Whatever man 'to make his FOIIlIltLy: TilE

.......- coat and vest an' a black. pair o' pants, the most of Ulmself.\
be he Is sure to (
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{ ( t Is essential to not to supersede the umbrella and pagoda .- mournln fur de man yer .gev pie to himself and to others. But lie cannot Time Table In Jiffm-t June 15th, 181X1.Tl .
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health.33very; :nook Blood I shades, at leant to ran them very, reach his highest usefulness without
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t and corner of the closely in popularity. The new shades : good health, and he cannot have /good South .Bound. North Bound, =:::::::,

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its quality theconditlon ( the shades The difference between pills and Simmons circulates to every organ and tissue and No. B1MhuuATfONSl .'I
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Good Liver Regulator is just this : 'Pillsdon't when it is rich and healthy, it carries ... i.. .. -Ae.xl!! deLrJackamvtne
pends. blood mean strong nerves, with their fumy frills of silk and lace, pure .. 'Tii6jI Lv \ IiIH'I/o II'' ,
go down very easy with most people health to the entire system; but if D1916 I tl2I'/ .... .. . Lv Leuum CIty... 1110 a III S W'
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7 ts 1 1 way to have good blood is to take Hood's which up to now have boon prime favorite the only feeling that you have afterwards scrofula: catarrh dyspepsia and rheumatism .- Lv 'J"II""I'. .. . .UO.t'a'" 'ii hi

BarsapariUa. This medicine purifies vitalizes /(. They help to givevariety of effect lit the great relief that it gives from constipation because, thuho diseases have their Lv-r 8\1n Ban\. JIIat.e.Mutes-. ......, Io ti5I'(so' a, ... ........ ...... .... .... .. LvEJen.Lv Fort; .fierce. ., \\I 904aI e1' ", AY 1,0'A

and enriches the blood and !sends when used in rooms with circular] biliousness, sick headache and origin in the blood. Lonnun.l.... .. 19T6i .. .. ., -. Lv". . III a.1 a a nl m, b(,+,,
the elements of health and strength to square and triangular shades and are dyupepiila." It I III a mild laxative and atonic. Lv lIayt...... .'" 107 I' .... .. .. . 11".111011.1 II H a uiLv
N ; 11111' .. . .. .I.vl\l..lh..llrllu.. .11231011I/
. f I every nerve, organ and tissue. It creates well fitted for small tables standing in Lv t'nrt New smyrna Orange:. ; 1/1(1/ I' . .. .. .... Lv lieu (maple. ... 113a a utLVTltllsville
f M a good appetite gives refreshing sleep corners of rooms. If any of the ADVOCATK!:'llalong .. .. .. 203 I' . ... ......... I.v btiM
the East Coast have u piece of interestingnews Lvi'.coa...... .... ail p . . .. .. . .Vx+ ...... ... .120111'11ILv
H and cures that tired feeling./ Remember, The shapes differ greatly, though at Tbe pavement In front of he Wm. IT. do not think it too much troubleto n.kl.I., l r. htls .. . .. ... I.v T.ltllovllle., .... 12 //JIll' III
Sat we almost wonder they can do so if Vanderbilt renldeuoe In New 'York 'city will LVFlanaire.: ... 4n3p .... .. LvNewBliryrna" ... tai' I' II''
Mend it to our office, as we always Lv Jllelhollrlle.! .. 413 I' . .. ,... .... Lv Port Oralljt'e. 222 I' utLvltoselun
F FI cost over $40,000. The single; stone lying he glad/ ; ( to make room font In our columnsifposslble.Iffriendefromadistance +l ,. 452p .. .. Lv l>..ytOiIl'. .. .. 233pmLv
i areouIutlfanRlverortfyou Rel.tlan. .. -1111 I'' 410 a ...... Lv () } 45 I' 'w
Hoods directly in front in the largest known, Lv Fort 1.I..ree.. .. 6145p .... .. 111M..a .. .. Iv I' III, .
I paving stone, and -cunt, transportationAnd oryuurneighburs I.v.len.:. .. 11321' ... .1 Asia .. : '- :-
f 1 are make, or have recently Lv.Jenlll.II... . .. 0311' ... . UTa . "
r all, 0.000.< > made Improvements of any kind let UII Lv W. ""Itfor.. .. 130 I' .. ".An.rweud..2. "
.. 9y2a .. \ nu"
i resident of I.v W I aim Ileach NIIIp .
former ? : :
it. If .
t hear about a
Sarsaparilla Iv 7dnam.. .' II.. I' .. . It ilK a. _
Indian River writes you a little Interesting Lv I't Lauderdale, OM I' ... .. 111110 .. .. p in
You can't buy happiness, but If you are I I news (not of private nature) it Lv Lemon City. .10211 I' .. . .. 3fMI) a.. .. Lv p at :rant'
+ I
t s cure Liver\ 111*i easy to aC rheum Impure blood,, you may be cured era along the East Coast If published. If Trains 3t.32.31, and 18 between. Jacksonville A. &: Y. JIlL\oiCIi.

I I MOOd S Pill take, easy operate. 2Bo. and made happy by taking Hood's HarHaparilla. you have a suggestion to make, see a public sad St.nlllKthl4!, h.lly. NOItTII HOUND

't1 f t evil, or an opportunity to benellt the Train 200 between :lIInml, and Flirt fierce' s'rATIONS2"- ;;
r' Xo
---- -- --- --
people of your town, we will give you .....lIye"c.\.\ Monday" _4 'IN,
1 1 : ,t Democratic Nominee Hood's 1'llls/ are the best] space to make it known. We are working All other. trains south .,f 8t ugnotlne daily Ar NewBmyrna 123Ip SInpI:
in tholotel'est of the East: Coast, andw Lake lIelpn 128Up ilsry" ,
mile and \liver medicine. harmless
exeaptSank+y .w
Orange CIty / '
3 3"
ll either In .. 1'
) .1 For Presidential Electors' : reliable sure want your assistance news, O. City JUIIC 13r.., 3U'\'\, ,I
subscriptions or lob work.
aFl R. A. BUKFQKO Marion county. SOUTH ROUND.

d ; \v. JENNINGS:- of Hernamlo county. I ) be STATIONS No 3 'ol I sn --
can rarely worn
F A-blngle /glass eye
SVD. L. CAUTKK of Alachun county. Silver ICabbifa" Foot. .. New Suiyrox. 2iap D3iia -IsoL.
3 .1. F. WELBOHN of Orange county. more than year without being polished Lake Helen 2 Mp'.. 10 ><.I-.IU
for the surface becomes roughened/ by Iv Or.\re. \ 'Ity[ Sot.i 112'111
+ L For Congress 3d 1 Congressional Vint. : The greatest campaign. ; budge worn in Ar O. City .JUllC. 3061Ilate:
I i the action of tears, etc.
) liOUEKT W. DAVIS. handsome and! becom
any year. Neat \ eKe Tlino Table shown the trine. at which trniim may lie expected to arrive and
{1 I For Governor : :i : : ing. /Silver Rabbit's Foot with excellent the eel Brit I stations, 1 hilt+ their arrival or departure ut the times, stated. la not Kiinrnntwil dvpadtu' 'IlutOn
: WILLIAM. BLOXHAM.[ \ ? picture of Bryan and motto -"]a to the Co'opuny h..hll\Htlt! responsible for any delay or any connequeiireii" arising thervfunii.. :,
1 at's Suimparllla/ In. not a eoret
( Ay prep
i t 1. Expressive of free silver as no other .J. I> RAHNKK
li, l For Justice/ Supremo Courts: aration. Any physician may have the emblem. The Rabbit's Foot brought Mr. AsH't. tieii'l. I'aHHeiiitvr. Aural. |
MILTON II. MABKY. formula on application. The secret of
Bryan good luck, and it will mean good
I 1 its success as a medicine Hen in its extraordinary -
1 luck to all who wear it. :Send a silver
I For Secretary of Stattt :
tho blood of
JOIIN1, CIt\WWIW. power to quarter wrapped In a letter (Do not send
t and the most
impurities cure deep-seated stamps,) and we will send l you two silver; The Tropical Trunk Line
j tI For Attorney General : cases of blood-disease. badges. Dealers please write for prices ,

For Comptroller 1 'NBW LANTERN: LAMP SHADE.: ot 'Talntoff" be had Mfg's. Agents, Jacksonville Tampa & West
It IK W. JJ. :- the.lantern shape in followed truly. Asa -San..ples may Railway!
at the ADVOCATE: olHeo, free of charge. Dexter Iowa.
matter of fact soma license is certainly
For;.Treasurer :
I taken in this respect, and very prettyare
A c +r' CLARENCE U. COLLINS : the results. Receiver.SOUTH171

i"' ti For :Supt. of Public Instruction : For a shade for the drawing room : I ; I \ ( :-

W. N. WHEATS. yellow ilk and linne] are suggested bordered BRICK BRICK *! BRICK : :: lxlp .... ... :.. ......Ar i30am. biii"ji: iilr i ;;;;.
..... Mixed, 0311' 021'a. Orange. I'ark. .. ....6 lIOam .
\J'' For CommhtHloner of Agriculture/ : with small stars!! and crescents of 3nW'y' U47v 034a curia. curia..nn O01pm1ltenk' '
LUCIUS JJ. -WOMBVVELL.U black velvet. Buy or have made a frameto .:.:::.. and: : Fri : .. ;.:Magnolia i .:. ;::::: :.. .: .. : .. Thma1015v
i .... 051a. .Green Cave H..rhlj. . .., 600an. b31piu.t:
ti IE snit your fancy. A four sided lan . .. .. .H..twlck. .. .. .. '1
I tern is the. easiest to (cover and some .... ... 10 tl5R 1123ii/ 1045x., .. ... ...I'.I..tka.. ... ... ..... ... 6Onaal. 4411pn1, 323p
I 1 ... 1124a 116"-p\ 111Mt. .. ... Satsuma.. . ... .. .. 426an.,. 413pnl 211'114h. ',,\
I/ } f'' 'F' HaDe Chang'e Liberal View. admire most those that decrease!! in size East t 'Coast Brick Co. 12(11.., II3lii .1'11111..1\. . .. 41010.. 2241
toward the bottom. Cover smoothly ... .. 121111' 122'.110 11414x .. .. CrescentCiryJunctlun. .... 3113alll 3.11'1U
t !i 1 It in claituud that notwithstanding Li very : .., 12110p 1240.. 12IMI... .. .. ........S..vllle.. ... .... .... ... 3811am 3221U\ lap lap:!
, a Hung Chang htu shown some liberality all the four sides. with yellow silk- .. .. .. 23111' 111110 12.:1: ,, ?. ..I"'Le"o Springs.. .. ... 21111011I, 2.loJ.lIU !116.
a ,thin make of silk. You can decorate .. .. .. 320 I' I20a 12 II .. .... .... G leow.,1 .. ...... .... 249atn 231pn1loea. I
i 1r of views toward tuoduru improvement Jacksonville, Florida. '. .... 400 I' 14111L 11mp' .. .. ..ReresforU! .... . 2allalll 213 .I'.1U lobs.42Up .
+ and cducatiou ho is at heart a. hater of the gauze at homo by rutting out block .... ) ....121'.Ar, ILv. .. I511pina20p
I .. .. .. .. ... ". .'...DLal',... ( .
velvet Lv ..
lozenges and gumming them on 111II.. r Ar. 232pm: >
' 4, + ;l 4 foreigners and has au abiding; faith in Are MANUFACTURING GOOD, HARD BRICK, AND HAVE BEST FACILITIES : .... .. ... ... Mnbp. .. .. .. Rnter.rlse. ., .. .. .. 016a1n
I Chinese institutions. and methods of to a net foundation. Cut some yellow .... .... . 4 sIp AI' ..... ..Tl'l'ITSVJLLE. ....... I." i710amPaola
y { ( lisle.or fine silk muslin. into strips one tor luiichiug points; on the East Coast. Will give very lowest prices, . .. ........ .... .... ... .. .......... .. .
governmrnt. lie Jn,, It in true great J. S. SMITH Jr. Ocu'l. ... .... . .' ... ... ... 6orrento... ...... .. . .
of Manager
\ < i admirer of the Confucian philosophy,* wide strip for the top the lantern and . . . .. .. ... 3 Map\ . .. ,.....lIlt. Dora........ ..... .. . . o '
q and the narrow ones for tho ruchiw.' Cut out one J:Jacksonville Fla. .... ... .... ... . 4bqAr..Taverns. .. ....... ..Lv. . : r.a"'l
q remembering enduring history edge.of the wide strip into plain round ... .... 620 I'' :235a 'I12ipAr..a..... ..Sanford.... .... .. ..Lv llOatn/ 1 II0a
t, of his .
people we call hardly wonder at .. .Altamonte 81 rings.
t his devotion to the institutions which I scallops. Outline these with lozenges of :::. .. :: .:. .. .. .. :::: ..Winter ;.rk, ,:::: : "
'I black velvet graduated in size or they HAW AND I'LANINCHMILkS.a JACKSONVILLE: YARD, ".. .... .. .... OlIO a 330..,. ..... . ... .Orlan..o.. .. .. .... .. 121 l'11I Iiaaam
' have mado that history poHsibio. When I /. .... .. ... .... ." ...KI .,mmee. .. .. .. .
g we call to wind the China may nil be of equal' dimoiiHioiis. Throe- Puliitka, flu. !IE. liny St., Foot of Catherine :.. . ........ Ar.. ... IInrtow Jo.. ., ...Lv
> I eighths of an inch is a good size. Gum .. .. ... 0 1aa 816 p . .,Lakohnd . . 94opm 030au",
1 ha had with certain western nations WILSON CYPRESS .. . ..... ... tl230 eaq' . .. H'utnw.' ... t(43Upn, 740aui
it it might not considered strange if his these firmly] to the material then pow COMPANY .. .. 1130I'Ar.' .. .I'lInta Ounla.Lv' .. ... 151141ntn1050a / '' 'I'
t der the remainder of it with small .... . . 14t'IAr. .. ... .. ..Tam.. ... .... Lv 530l'm SOua",
attachment to foreigners is not very . .. .... .. .. .Tampa .h.y Intel. .
d.ry ardent. But in all his", public life his crescents, stars and ]lozenges.; TheMe Manufacturers of : . ......, 11 90 a S2O1' Ar. . .... .ort.fnlUpa. ... ..Lv 4Mp m 7211aiii I'.
'I h should not be ,used too freely] or the .. MonandThnrs, 0311pLv. .... .J.ortTnm..a... .... .Ar 230pin7horsm,4Sun.Tues.kFriday. .
fti t conduct shown that he feels tho ueed of .. ..., aue1 Ar.. ., ..Key Weal.. ... Lv U30I'm"mJ..nd, lIt.
ly 1 '' foreign aid and la .disposed to give it effeot strips will be on heavy.both sides Scallop und the outJh.lewith narrow Cypress Lumber, Shingles and Lath. #( i iA ... Wela..II..t., .. 6NeaAr.( . .. .. ..H..vam.. . ., J.v 12aO,1IIeI..II", .

welcome and of all Chinese statesmen ,
ho in small lozenges. Quite. thin makeof Dally t Daily except Sunday f
the most liberal minded rid free
. 4 from prejudice lie is far from claiming velvet should be chosen for this purr large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling: Hiding, niouUlln o, shingles Trains| Slttn'1578: -'I'hroultl'l1ulIllmnlillllirctl.8leeplniiCar8| ,!;: between l> New York mid !1'"'

lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipment Cypress Tampa d..lly.-
i that tho of
I prudent system government cose.Cover .
t ; the of the lantern with Traln23IexvingJacksonville.IntlyatS:00a: m., arrives at Hawthorne at II :At: fi liie vllk
[' is perfrct lie .hart,lii foot urged top moulding of all patterns a specialty 12:48: (leallli 1:311: LeesbnrR 3:3:: Hrooksvllle 6:0fi p. rn. Train leaving; Jacksonville. at .:Ml p.o
I r the authorities silk and over this gather on the lisle When at home write for when and arrives at Oakland. 8:12: a. +m., Laeoorliee 10:45: a. m., Tarpon Springs" 3:3il: p. in., Clearwater 4 811) 1 1in.
"A upou at Peking two rather scantily draw .it in tightly at us prices; up our way come see us.II. ., St.' Petersburg B :CI i 1'. m., daily except. Sunday.
changes) which look to a reform of the Trains 21 and 32, through Pullman, sleeping. cars between. Jacksonville and Tampa.
tho collar leaving! the wide frill with --- --- ---- ---- ------
t most serious defects in the Hystom-to W. H. COKFlJf. Q. D. ACKKRLY,
I its scalloped dgo I Down General Superintendent.! At.*
4 44 wit, the withdrawal from the viooroys upstanding. General Fasuonper!
each wire of the frame
4 of provinces of which should bn '
powers -
l exercised carry a full ruchlng of liase add a HARRY MASON & COsA.
only by the Imperial government
i rucho round the top of the ,panels and
and such a change in.the method &
t of admission to tho publio.sorvico us another at the bottom. This completesthe .Q r The florida (Central peninsular Railroad

will liberalize tho examinations and shade. Still we may if we fancy a
i further add its charm Jobbers in Fine ImportedW
decoration to
V make fitness rather than scholarship\ the by MASON A CO.
I, teat. There are other changes which ho etchings done with pen and ink. A bit Hay Street Short Line between Florida and all Northern Points.

t h would gladly bring about if he had the of landscape lightly sketched in, some and Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.
f picturesque fishing boats with the water JACKSONVILLE. Liquors Cigars High
,!; J power; but, as he confessed to Marquis ;just indicated with a few strokes a Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington Bal
I ; Ito "China. Is hampered by antiquatedoustoms
< which prevent desirable rolorms. bridge with a tree beside it overhanginga timore Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

"-John W. Foster in Oontury. bank river are and all a suitable canoe drawn subjects.up near the 'Ii Tn s- Grade 'Whiskies, Etc. and Everett Chicago. Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville Louisville Clucimutl

I Discovered l the 8e.r.1.t Many lump shades are now made of ..........-.... T Everett Birmingham Holly Springs Memphis Little Rock, Kansas City, :S II

t i They had only been married two white silk with flower designs printedin \Vhl.klelm"orte,1 1 nml !><>li>o eta o ;i Bmithorii, tee llnukanil Rye ....from il.N l per gal Louis Chicago I Sioux City. <

>wt*>ks and had just commenced their delicate colors. These silks would trundles-lkwnstto. apple. pencil: blackberry, and pencil and lioney.. ..from M.SOjmr gal River Junction, ronsacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas Mexico CaliftOiaand
OtiiH-llollimil+ Old Tom, ate.1,01.1 $1.110< |'ier gal
.life of love i in a cottage answer admirably for lantern hade Rum .... ... .. .... ..... ........ ...fromLMFpergalWlitel'nrtSherry tho Pacific Coast Effective April 1O, 18OO.
'"I'm Two harmonious colors are combined on | Catnwlm. Mtmcatvl, Claretetc.fruru . ... .,. .. ..9l.iH 'rfral
going to bake some biscuit Clarets-Flnuetltrait. \ d. ... ..... .. ...... . .. ........ . from J2.2.1 per cam New York Ex .. No. 311. leave Jackssan.xra : .::
clear,'" she announced. Won't; you help many of the newest lamp .shades. For liottluil Jtoer. ..... .... ... ..... ? .. .... .... . ..from $1.30 per, do., nt tl' t a. vllle 7Am:: a. Savanna fail with Three !It..I'ullnlay. .
i; I .meP". instance pale pink and yellowy cream Brands Low Prices. + fllee\ers for Columhla aiul all
(JT1T" All other Fine equally Q o more. l'hlll\l1elllIla. New. Yo .k. :: .
"Certainly, love" he replied. silks are used alternately\ on the four Jugs and demijohns will >e packed in boxes when so requested without ox. 0 Kastern points. Connects for Fernwol'r

Thejkkisned and took down, tho bread quarters or the six sections of t the shades. tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. :Express Company will n e NIi Arrive Jack oov\lle\ a:OO

pin. Tender green and primrose pink and not take liquor. C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. u+ dean y New York Fiwt Man :N" :,.1. iereI J

4 "Nov\let me see, dear. I take a lit white green and white and yellow Send: for Price Lint or call upon MASON & CO., '1 m ..,I s... ssvenus '') Z Lest Jacksonville 6:BO p. m. dally for "alma aorta J5l': '

tle baking, wdor. There a spoonful with white are all delightful combina Jill, 307, :300, 311, W. Hay St, (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : 1 lyyv% Hunvllle ern points. 10:23 and a. in.e for. Fernunilir! Arrive
tions. Another of the lantern
and a half?+ way treating -

i lie kissed her shades is using alternately full von ..l Hili
rapturously. Itewtitef j[
+ j ".. ""Now a little alt, dear. There I printed silk and plain silk with lace ap 7 lAbor!> Saving I Economical I Incombustible cvvt aT /., '4'.1U' Country Only Line Middle Through. Florid the rn"ucVI lsanl i. n[

think that will do. Now a little popper plique for the panels.! F s'shpa Kx-HinblH for Lake City Bs live Leave Oak.Jaeksonvllls Madl. ".". Monnrrllhe 11f
'1 -no, how silly of Ole I" There la quite a rage for novel shades e Tallahmmee River Junction e5ttlMexic, nI I'rail'
just now but notwithstanding the daintiness TILE : Orloann, anil the ..... .
a 1 They both laughed and kissed again PAINTOFF: x LA.gret? fornU and the l-aclne Gash. Carries Slaps! -
'1 I "Now acme water dear and she I and charm of tho new claimants to .. .llla., Arrives Jacksonville. T ::05 a. in

a poured a oupfulUn the pan and stirred popular] favor, the large round square GULP II:

1 .' it no. I and triangular shade will stay with us (Patented America and Europe.) r ..ectlisalars .y .

4 6 "Oh, dear! Now I've forgotten what for many a long day to oorne.Xo oP N 1.exresJacksonvllleA6M1.m: forBtark f e'c":w

else] I must put in.*" she sighed. Y D j 10 0 1 R Key thorn, Wllll..n.Silver .Spring.. I.eeeburQ Ocala t, Oaine5Vdle.Tavar *:Innt'' ,.
all Kinds of Cllr.Orlando.
1 all Kinds of Paint frDm Surfaces
Arts .. Removes
"Wouldn't a littte--er-flour help Itcut a K e""I. cl"'ww w Laco love?" She was .amateur photographer and Tampa. ArrlveJwksoxvllle3:46p;

"Oh, yea flour I" And they kissed had been showing him the results] her syz -
, work. Chemically Instead of Burning Off. .
1'i .rain.Ban FranoiaooXPost M J""' '
UI You have developed all these negatives )I(6p o1t1N \v I .Cincinnati' and Florida Limited.I Tra.n Leave Hp1"
n r4 .nvUle 6:110: p. m. Solid Vestibule K.s".ev .
I I A QMOT Bayeleg. ) yourself?" ha.aid inquiringly. PAINTO.Y" i f. a reitistoreil traile name of a new discovery, In chemistry and I* protected FLORIDA CENTRAL N-3 ice a little over 29 hour to Cincinnati forLouisville via 8hri. ".
"All aI ITnltml States Canada.. Great Mrltaim and other countries. It I Is the Atlanta. Chattanoo : ..ith".
I "Did you hear about tbo funny thing myself he-answered proudly."That's hv letters pateut at the result and aid all points,
lit research. and exiwrlmenc with the purpose In view of Minting a simple and active \
that happened up at DatnJ.e. ,'. houseP"asked what frighten me and makes sol veil tntuUl paint And varnish. that would supplant the old method of cheap og and scraping off f MIMUUR R.R.Jid west. Arrive Jacksonville. SaJJa. ni''

Wigwag. me hesitate," be raid thoughtfully."You the *....... Conntctloni.

"No. WhatWMitr" see. there's a quart ion I'd like to Gilmore A' ; Son, Painters and Decorators, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have aw sr srIreary PLOalDA .

"Dumley added two wlngn-to-the old ask if I thought you could.develop an :given PolntotT> a trial and can say that in 43 years experience as a painter it Is the 0e1, Holly Springs. Itonte. St.Lnuls. "anaa. tlry
: ff.Maeon p.
market." Chicago Leave .Jacksonville" : "iaAl
fcollding. and a chimney flue. '.Phila- affirmative. best paint remover in the Atlanta. Birnimnnam.t Holly) PI

'9 dMphIalecord.Aa Being wise girl she wated.notlm C. E. Hoyle, House Painter etc., Jacksonville, Fla., writes: "Having had experience JIempbl..l'lprlnlf1\e.' \ .... Kanau. St. Loui. Chicago Sioux' > hro++gh 8Jeetir'r i ,.11110"AJecksnnvtlle "'"
k in assuring him that aha coalJ if the .oa a practical painter for 25: years., take great pleasure in indorsing change to lCaansa.6:36: City a. and 81.l.uuband only one change to ChlcagmT wi.l Sio, > .

1....._ Mae, conditions were right, and he discovered PalntofT, and cheerfully recommend it to the public In general." .' :111 P* m.-Local I m.for E'St". Clue <""" ectlon for Bniiuwlck. Shortest and *?*'** r*'"

1ti 1 Henry Peek-Docs your' wife mold la a little less thou a minute that the W. LansUell of:Hall, Kilditch A Co., General House Painters, Jacksonville, et10P.M.-l'orTampaandlnterme.tlare. M.-Local. fat ""* and ''ntermediata polnu. Amve Jacksonville. ., 2:41: .P JI;Jjn 1 1Bnn ",' .

for conditions were just right and that theprooeM Fla., writes: "Having given 1'"lntol'f a thorough trial, pronounce it to be a For Macnn. Atlanta P"l Int.Pullmanslee,.er..Ar.heJack..mvi
a; 1 you coming home later : two TraIns Dally. Leave Jackionvllle 1 fa a. m.and B:"1 p. m.
perfect success and to be a.Urou; claim for It. Steamer u\I..natee": free Tam"a for lUrer
S Crabbe-Not a bit of it of developing an afflnuativ wa Pullman 81eepen 00 all Night raldeDtow1. and Manatee polnta.

,. Henry Peck-How do:you manage itl all tfoal baa been claimed for it by them :tr Scpd for Circular and Testimonial] toutbEastern :fT; Send for Best Indexed Township 7ralns

Crabbe-I don't; bT any ,110.- enthusiastic of !Qyr"-cbicaco Map or Florida to

Philadelphia North ..American. Pat! .__ States Palntoff Company, N. S. PEXNDIOTOX A. o. MAcDONELL,

it' St. Augustine: Fla. Traffic Manager. General ra*< nger A fit


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FRUIT FOR WINTER Largest and I Most Com
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k.11. ROBBiiw. WALTERS. OKA HAM. To the Honorable Board of County CommUsIoners C J Gwln, .I S 11..11.I A Method. of Canning- -I>nerllMMl In Good NEAR & TAYLOR plete Establishment South. 1

[BINS & GRAHAM Brevanl County. Florida:' J 1'' hell Itou..k..pluc. (quocei.or., to John Mo."" '..r.)

Gentlemen:-I, the undersigned. J, J T llevlll, A 1\1 .1 E:M olcLI111Sblin.Smith( There are two distinct method. of GEO. S, HACKER & SON
Artesian Well Contractors
Tucker wishing to sell liquors wines T R Cain H 11 hawkins' rfpuriiiR fruit furwlutrr u e--canuing ,

E lIouR8-From 10 to 12 a. m., And beer! in Election District No. 0, of AV W Ih'l"l'her, and prewrTing. Both have their advo-

and 2 to 4 p. nr.TI1sVILLE Breviml county State of }Florida here Williams. .1 C 111!ven*. cuter and nlt'ritlA knowledge of euro EAU GALL1E FLA.
by apply to your Honorable Body to ------- ---- -
Brevanl Co., Florida. I) M Bryant.D i IA neeeMsary where much fruit is* to be
grant me the
right to soil such
[ sox. ,IOS.protlnein. winen nnd beer In said Election District liquors M Bryant. ..1V Bagels, prepared' an 1 wiinn fruits UfO best canned
1 | all tile courts-Ktate And foil and I C U Stewiu-t. : and others best. p1'fl1<"rvtod. Old house-
a pray your Honorable Body to J W Taylor, T iV Shepard| who Used fruits
r Llalf.ioilities fur examining and perfect grant me a permit to make inch sales. .1 II Corlwtt.Alex .;'keepers' are preparing
4 'ud titles. Respectfully) W. J. TUCKER. Chas B Smith. TomlliiMon, "pound for pound" l look sometimes THEPLANT

Dated, Sept. 18, HVM.We \ >V S Undo\\, .with disfavor upon the newer method of

CARY-ELWES, II B Smith II 11 Hawkins, running, which require less sugar and
cooking and keeps tho fruit moro r,
the undersigned, being majority Al"x Toniltimon. more
:NOTARY PUBLIC, of the registered voters of Election Dintilct :. Alex: TomUnnon II II Smith nearly in its natural Hhap arf.'t jam I II

No. !II>, of Brevard County, Florida, II It Hawkins. I mast be used both for running and preserving '

STATE AT LARGE. do most respectfully concur in the above L S Spencer J K Ekmau.J and great cure must be taken SYSTEM.JACKSONVILLE

rypowrltlnfc,: taxes paid for non- application, and auk that the permit be M Raw Una.II in Mulling them no that they are perfectly -
ileiitH, rents and accounts collected granted us prayed for. D S Carlton,, U llawkhm. airtight. The fruit ruunt be of Manufacturers of

[ etc. Correspondence solicited. Fort Pierce, Florida. I. S bpencer. the bent, the sirup of right prvportioua
J D Lock II B Smith
Itusville, Florida. NAMES: WITNESSES : L S Spencer. and boiling hot and tho jars filled to Doors, Sash, Blinds,

John P Cook II B Hawkins, C C Miller,, II I) Smith, the brim. FI.A., July IS, '9d\)( .

fILLEK & KKNNARD W W Hawkins. i I Daniel L Futch. To can fruit pock it in jam. Make a )["SRrs. 1). II. Hopkins, Moulding and Building Material.
H Head, Alex Tomlinson, William Johnson, Alex Tomlltmuu, sirup of sugar' and water using the Fin. 1'arss. Agt. L. Jk N.

ARCIIITECTS. Thad J Albord. his x mark J M Rawlins.J proportions different fruits given be- R. L. Todd, Dlv. 1>111111. A t.l'111Dt } OtHou anil WaroroomH King Opposite
W P Hatchott, C C Miller, C Bllveas, Alox'r01111111110D,. low. Fill the jam throe-qunrtors full System

kit Coast business will have prompt Alex Tomllnson. J M iawlfue.J with boiling sirup. Put the coven on Jacksonville, Fla. Cnnnon Street.Charleston ,

Rion.wPA. J A Richards, Alex TomlinRou, J Conner Daniel L Futcli,. without rubbers and do act screw them
Gentlemen:-It Is with pleasure we
Wm Anderson. ( Kevin.W .
r ight.; Place the jars renting on a rack:
Wm Anderson, Alex Tomlinson, C II Wilson 'r Hayes or bits of porcelain in a boiler of tepid belt to ndvlno you that wo, tho transportation S. C.
J A Richards. J B MerlwetlMD.WT ..
L D Mettz Alex Tomlinson, T U Williams Hayes, water, which should roach nearly up to committee of JncksonvllloDivlHlon '.

[NOR S. JONES, 1J Rnulei'Hon. In J 1) Morhvetlier.lex the nooks of the jars. When tho water No. a, Uniform Rank K. of P., Sash Weights, Cord and

W T Hayes, W W lieecher, Gilbert. Miller, ;.;;. TomllrvHon begins to boil allow time for cooking,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Alex Tomlinson. J C llll veil*. aooording to the tablo given later. Take after a thorough Investigation:( of the

lUSVILLE W W Beechcr, W T Hayes: out the jars remove the covers and All various routes to the Biennial Meetingof ( Hardware.
BREVARD CO., FLA Alex Tomlinson. STATE OK FLORIDA >l to the brim with extra boiling hot
Jas A Russell, W T Hayes BREVARD COUNTY. J r Supreme Lodge K. of P., at Clove- '
bounty Judge of Brevard County.L. sirup. Put on the rubbers anclllCl'fw! on Window and Fancy Glass
W W Beecher. Before me personally appeared W. J. the covers as tightly an possible. If the land, Ohio have decided that on account

A A Hendry, Thos L Paine, Tucker who being duly sworn. says that jars| are turned bottom upward after nr- of superior and scluuliilvH In I A SPECIALTY.
K B Kaulcrson.W advantages
he =Is the applicant for a permit to soil
GAULDEN nrely sealing them an imperfect one
J S Bell, T Harbin, liquors, wines and beer in Election District each direction to name as our Ollluliil
W T Hayes. No. {0 I. of the County and State will betray itself by allowing drops of Agent for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Alexander Bell, W T Harbin aforesaid and that each ant every memo juice to escape. Route tho following: Plant System to

ill practice In all the Courts of the State W T Hayes. and marks affixed to the foregoing application } Pint Jan with wide necks am convenient Montgomery Louisville; Nnahvlllo IVy
brute,and the United States Court J F Bell, II B Hawkins for the I.ermltIQoI'esald! was to use, as a pint of fruit i. usually

|O.Box,233. TITCSVILLK FLA. J S Bell. the act and deed of tho persons purportIng enough for one serving in a small to Cincinnati, and Pennsylvania iVy to WILLIAM CLARK, Agt.

Money to Loan. 18 A J Green Alex Tomlinson to sign the same, and that there was Family. If the sirup gives ont use boilIng Clovol md. As to date of departure we ,

Oeo M Cline. no fraud bribery or deception in procuring water to fill the jars so that all air PLUMBER STEAM A GAS FITTER
J S Keen, W W Layport, such minks will advise you later, and we earnestly
or signatures. be excluded. Canned fruit shouldbe
FREEMAN HALL may Rooting and Sheet Iron Work.
Alex Tomlinson.
Wm A John W. J. TUCKER. opened an hour or more before serving hope that all other Divisions throughout ( .

ATTORNEYATLAWA Shleppy J C Lauther.Daley Sworn to and subscribed before me so that the air may penetrate it. In the State will join us at Jacksonville Pumps Piping nod Drain Pipe, Hath .

this 14th day of September 181HI.\ addition to the foregoing Good lIou.ekeeping
W A Smith, F L West, and proceed In a body. Wo desire Tuba Water Closets IndVlHh Stands.
INSURANCE AGENT. F A Sadler. A. A. STEWART gives the following useful rules

y W Spiers, Clement H. Green Clerk Circuit Court. for quantities and time: to go Into Cleveland on a Solid Pythian ....Electrlo Bells....

htiisville, Florida. Thomas Browher. The amount of sugar to a quart jar of train. No. an/ Vorayth: Street,
L E JetTrltw W P Hatchott, quinces, 10 ounces; peaches. 6 ounces) .
epreRentlnp: all the best and strong- J B Tompkins. Bartlett pears, 6 ounces; small sour Yours very truly Jacksonville:' Flo1'i<.1a.
Insurance Is W A J B Signed :
Companies. Hendry, Tompkins,
whole 8 ounces pineapple, 8
write lines to any amount, anywhere A A Hendry. pean ; (loo. B. Ashcraft,
1 the East Coast. J B Merriwether, J C I Lauther onnoM; crabapples, 8 ounces; plums, 8, James SaiindurH. Choice .

Chad Carall. ounces.Ue. J. II. 1'1 ncull.
Geo. Saunders J D Powe, one cupful of water to each quartof T. II. Rogue, Wines, Liquors

CA\"NI!: BAY DADS: Coirsrrr. P Ller. small juicy fruit and two cupful Committee.ROYAL and Cigars

W. EWAN Daniel L "Futch E Kuschel, of water for large fruit Make a little Guaranteed Pure.

U. S. COMMISSIONER.Notary A Green. SUMMER TOURIST RATES extra sirup with which to fill up the

Public State at Largo. G Bovlll J B Lock, j..... Boil plums 19 mlnutoa; Bartlett : *mrrt*< Sold at reduced

A B Culver. pears (halves), 20 minutes; small pear. PILLS price
[Lands Selected made. Thomas Dardis W W Beecher .
; Conveyances ,
[>pondence. solicited. Address: I i Alex Tomlimiou. To East Coast Ocean Itcnortn.Cormnenclnir (whole), 80; peaches (halves), 10; JlEW DlIlt10VtcRV. JIItcVIeR FA...... Imported.
whole sliced A nw,rlUbl. .and vf. .U..t for Win,
peaches( ), 20; pineapples( ), r s* r BUI'* Tokay
Bay! View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove Douglas! Spiers, J B Lock, May 1, tROll, and continuing until ,. prtMHod, .Ko* riv., ,tmntjr or painfulinonMturfttlun. ::
16 crabapple whole) 90. .Now u.el I from Italy.
Office Alex Tom lineon. ; ( by ovr l4t,4M
Ewan's Hurt, round l
: Landing. Hept. iHt. -trlp tickets will >e Hold lad.. Invlfon.t4 tl....mean It**.
S Castle Douglas Spiers, to fit. Augustine, ormoiul Daytona and New w...of ...erou. ...11..*. .011.
rlinyrna at rate. shown Iwlow) tloket. to lie |>.l'..... t. poor boa, Sault. box .!. John B. Togni
Daniel L. ,.... .
Futch. .. .
limited to Ontolmr 31 isle Ticket tot children -r-.I.. .5.1x,1 I In plain wrapper. .1k..1 tfa in
O S Tucker L D :Mettz between live eel twelve{ of t! .t.n,.* for particular. Mold bv IOOMdrn
will lienoli
EORGK years age
W. ALLEN Those who loe at
making Saloon :
are cream 1'ErVEHMED.l Metropolitan m East Hay I St.: ,
W A Smith. at mte-lutif these rate., each coupon tobomarke.1 CAC MMMHATION Ct.l4i..cj: AH
home find profitable suggestionor
W J Tucker E II Rice or punched"4. may JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Conil\irt; E A Gray. stations where rate not .
are nhiiwn ooniluntoni Wholesale. and Kotnll......
George Depew, Alex Tomlinson, will use rate frum station next "ro"I1"'KI : Do not draw any water from

y> Went, Florida. W 8 Barlow. the Ice while freezing unless water .

J II Hill, II B hawkins raises to top of can. The can should ba
Will practice ]In the United States U II Wilson. n 0 'o" "!! only two-thirds full of milk as It will } ) FURNITURE ###

fcil. State Courts. OjvtnOS; H J Kaulerson, J C Blivens, TO 'If .. raise one-third while freezing. After

Alex Tomllnson. oj <) 0<')'mF a the milk has boon placed in the can put ontains no arsenic.H WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
Richard Once J U Bllvens, 8 57Flt0M ': the freezer together' ready for operation as 35 years success.
LEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & Alex Tomlinson.
SON Allen Gardner J C Bllvons I iiiJ."k.unvlll" mash the ice and sprinkle coarse salt on I s purely vegetable and
ATTORNEY3-AT-LAW Alex Tomlinson. ... ,. ., .2 W ICO: oa' v wNe until it stops cracking. (The ice may be L caves no bad effects.L .
... ... a
AngOStlne 1 310 4 4A
I JACKSONVILLE W M Ward, J C BJIvonH, Hastings" /: ...... .. 1116 2 4I1 Z MA 8811 previously prepared.) Then put the lea ast year producedT
AND TAVAMES! FLA. hU x mark Alex Tomlinson. Emit. t'alntka ..... ::11"1 9: Z 4IJ 830 around the can and add more salt. When '
J Will continue ........ .. :ate lao: 2M 3311 the is the housands of testimonials
to practice In the courts J AStapleton, D S Carlton Nantntco freezing completed remove
..... ........ 2tHl 2211 ZIIII 3211
If the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All M J llaulerson. "I.anol"... ..... ::130 I iii 1.11 :218Favorlta beaten and cover the freezer with carpet 0 ne So cent bottle

Business before the United States and Chas, Harris, J M Rawlins, .... .... 2RII 11II ell 1110 or woolen cloth and let the ice cream M ever fails
tate Circuit Courts will receive the J S Keen. Tamoke .......... ... 8211 .... 110 110Onnoncl
..... 818. .. .n I 0'1naytona. harden half an hour before serving. 1 n breaking the chills.
forsonal attention of :Mr.!! Alex St. B W Miller\ D S Carlton ..?.."'''''.'''' 8 70 tfI...... 111t'lJrtOr..nlte. After frozen, beating, the cream with .a C all for Wintersmith's.
lair Abrams. .... ..
Daniel L Futch. ..... 711 to 611
T G Lyles J A Spruce Cr..k.......... SIM 11II Ik. toT large spoon or wooden paddle will improve ARTHUR PiTf ft CO., Lsnltvlll. Kf.HAL .
A Stapleton rnhuII Hay... ..... rM1 1 INI 78m ..... .1 it. After standing several hours .... ..*..,...
New .... 20 1 00
A Brown, B W Miller, Lake Smyrna Helen ." .,,.:: :: 205 1 HO Tro' it should be beaten before mtrving. Dip e.e..eff..e.NfN.e.e.f.feeeeerfThe

J A Stapleton. Orange city...... .... 30 :I 311I\ on 1 H5 1 ping a spoon in lukewarm water before ak
ODGES & GODFREY Orange City Junction :fO 2 40 2 15 2 oo Walton Machine
: Rapid Calking
U B Hawkins J A Stapleton serving each plate of cream and turn ,
Ha rk Parlc.. ... .. III 1 16/ 011.". ." No.
Alex Tomlinson. 76 1 uo 110III./ once around will cut. very nice form. one, #5; No. two, #10; No. three, *1Titusvllle

Manufacturers of A JM Smith, Daniel L Futch, 1 HO i an 75/ FIn..

J M Rawlins. :: ;::;:::::. gft: 2 205 SOam 2 1 no on 1 105 30 I .
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fellow Pine Lumber W W Layport, Alex Tomlinson 225 Iso/
Daniel L Futch. .4 U :205 240 1 nn \
3 15 ZOO 215
C J O'Brien, Joe Fisher 8 85/ 8 IK) 2211
ItOUOH ft DRESSED, Frank Houston. Hecomer..4 W 346 3 !M> 2 45
I Orwng,, Horn Head. Joe Fisher Frank Houston!; 70 4 876;ao 811II 4 IB) 2 8 75 30 iR.Southern : h
L Futch.
Fruit Vegetable Cratoi. 110 4 BO 4 2A SilO
A J King, Alex Tomllnson 81IIJ/ 470 8 HA '"
I Lumber delivered at any part of Indian. Riverghnlhilng Daniel L Futch. 11II 6 BO 6 25 4 50 \ ,
I'' of lading: Anyone oontemplat- 30 5 H6 5 W 4 00
> 1 on the Kant Coast,would In well to J C Staples, Alex Tomlinson M anna II 11(1 1 6 06
rite for)price*. The Sawmill situated on the Daniel L Futch. !'t. Liiclo... ... .... 1O 1* 70 tl 41 5 70 FURNITURE of every ae.crl dlon. 'Writ
.i T. &; K. W. Ry.,9 miles youth of Palatka.atsumalIlghts Samuel T Porter. Alex Tomlinson Fort. Fierce............ 1030 811II n noA ) 8 85 ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. for prliwK. Freight paid on all order over
North Ankona. ... ,.. in 65 7 157BB IK) 8 16
Putnam co., Fla. his x mark Daniel L Futch. Ankona. ...... .,..... 10 65 7 (Ml) 625 K. M. VKTTINO.
Douglas Kemp Alex Tomllnson Eden.. ..... .. .. 10 no+ 7 /no 7 !!6 6 BO 11 Kant Day Ht. JACKSONVILLE, I"LA
his x mark Daniel L Futch. Jensen....,'.. ...,. 1105 7 BO 7 85 6 65 THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS DINING t
Stuart ...... .... 1125 7 HO 7 66 6 HoT
ATIONAL ====== Frederick Heart- Alex Tomlinson Alicia .r...... ,. 1165 II 10 7 B6 lo CARS THOROUGHFARE
stone, Daniel L Futch. nomes .... ... .... 11 HO H40H 8 16 7 40 COACHES WEAK MEN MADE VlflOROUS.
[Home-Seekers J :JlcCollum, J A Wright Unite S. md.. ..... .... 1405 no .... .. T 60
Went Jupiter. 1130 INS 9 70 7 9M1
B W Miller.J Went Itaach.fjintana. .:: :.. 1420 : 75 9 BO 5 75
EAL J A Wright, )(McCoIIum . ...... 1360 10 \1ft 9 W 9 2o -
ESTATE EXCHANGE B W Miller. Hoynton..... 1.185 1040 10 16 9 I.> NORTH AND BAST. KOHTH AND WKHT. I i} .
Tjlnton........ .... 1410 IIIIII 10 40 H5In
W 0 Paver A B Culver Frogremio .... ... ... 1520 11 C6 11 40 115 .
R S McNair. Fort Laudenlal... .. 1680 111/1/ 11 M 10 7A If..saw.. 88 Nit. 131T I"01'1' C "iWf. ....0..,., 0 Ootf.
Exchanging Property for Property apecialty T G Lashley, Daniel L Futch, Jlb.cayne ...., .... lit 15/ 1:1: '70 12 45 1170It 11. .. 11. we.. TAll '
Lemon City... .... ... .. 1635 12 UO 12 K6 Onlllo D i E DNI: ;
rff r
Alex ,. .... I' !
Tomlinson. 'rlorid.
Send Description of what Miami.. ... ... .. .. 1810 13 1O 12: M Tral.s Dally. L1 fat All Tr.ln. Dell, I S and eu rk
you have, and what want. Gee C Houston II B Hawkins, Mail. 01.1 Esp". 0th... fall.. 1'0on._. 15$1114 lest i
you W A Smith.J J. I). RAHNK.R: m.n .. "'''c.oalljJUI visor.. A !"
\ALABAH.( Indian River FLORIDA. J M Rawlins] O Blivens, LV S b Lv. J.ek.onvlll.. r. 845 II 21'III r: : : :'=:--
Ami't General J...... Agent.IHvertln /: .rok''ltU.. P.QMP"... .... 110.m pm 0,1 P. pm amIn .uC. --J.r". .
C. C. CARROLL Alex Tomlinson. ... h ........,. 17 am pm Ev.r.tS. aonthern..:.:..:..:. .S 20pr n 1Q4,0 amLv ...... .,.11.severy. .
V L Smith W T Harbin M lktoili.rD 1'1 am 6"1 1(1( jyenP.5) Ward. 0 insanity p.
Daniel L Futch. 8--,,-'.... ,.C...p',...... 1815 pm II I6 pm ,;' A'I..ata.AOO" .. ...... am It Iii pm 1'.u.- CI mW a .... ...onty."f

Real Estate Agent. John PInkney Alex LY Col.mblaSo.b'n.......... I. pm 100..t""D_. ..... U16 pm .10 am 7,1J1I, V'.I1' ; a "'Z8."II" ,
Tomllnson ... Z-.s-. ClD"lnDa". 0..... 7 III am 7ar II toa.n: : .. :
... Jm Can t.tY7e :
his x mark J C Bllvens. Ir'........... 110 pm 111.m .. ft..P f.1. wlfi'
Lo 11\\. th ;
"Joriaj. said Bin. Corntoll el. "I 0 r -.m. pm W.t!
[Pineapple, Orange and Lemon William May, Alex Tomllnson rely dislike ter interrupt train o' Waeh'p'nSouth'a8 .ID 14Op... .. At nt.. dO'.r. o--.. ... M.. '... Il.arrs&DW.A..L.'d15... tyioia _
his x mark J C Blivens. jer h..."mon.h.a.a.......... .0Oamll9fpm", .itenth.rnII3)>> :( ..,..... ra..'.... <<:

Land For Sale, Cheap.I T \THardee, V L Smith, thort& hl'blla.p..a.a.. .......,. 10 11 a.. 100 a :; I.. K. O. M. .. H.. 10 20 pn'I" .........
"Wb & the matter ? ICClty.Jt.O..I'.II.aM. 111I Mold D. Scroven
I J C Blhens.I now Inquired .rl'yo..ft.II.... .. .. I''p" 810. .. .. .. . ... ....... by J. ,
I Dennis Williams, Alex Tomlinson Farmer Oorntonel. who bad been holding -P.w a.. .

have for sale 80- acres of pineapple :I his x mark J C Bllvens.II forth on patriotic theme han..h ,... "IL.d ., sb. .",." 11 Dally

I land on St. Lucle river a few miles below Lewis Lawrence, L McElroy, "I WM je.' wobderln ef 70 oooMn't i-.1."III.-.P.. .. '

Eden, 40 of which being northeast II B Hawkins. triTe the eagle bird a 1'88' an pat In a :. h.h. "...........Ii iS QUICK TIME TO ALL AMlley t M' a .
H L McElroy, Lewis Lawrence few minote chmmin a 8p1ngchJClua for to Cal mbla. ....a'IIen.............. 180 amto
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quarter of northeast quarter of section II B Hawkins 8)lart.aobar. .. 1111I am POINTS NAMED
the rammer boarders' dinner. "-Washington .. Esat..TIID... 2 to
h. .
118 A.hev01. pinb.rllt.
township 38, south of range 41 east; J F Houston J C Bllvens, Star. LY.. ... .. ( So.Time... 210 pm
I the other 40 Is the northeast quarter' II B Hawkins. .. Knoa. ... .., .. ............. 1 10 pm
of M E McLaughlin Daniel L Fetch .. __.Q. *. 0.............. .. 7.. cm
southeast quarter of section 3, Dele.faltered .... ..
W S Barlow. Short t..l* 1 leaves Everett far Brnnswlek .t .,::11I. .... ....1,.. Throalllt Pallmao ileeper .
township 38, south of 41 east I Jos. S A J "Sir the office boy. "I '
range Washington King, feokmivtU M C1nela.en. vl* ........11.. e.
The above land can be bought for $10per ,! Daniel L Futch. would like"to be excused to go to the For full information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway YaADC ATE.
acre. It Is suitable for pineapple Charles Mltchel Daniel L Fetch, ball gaaw. rA .
his x mark A J King. The member of the Una crew pale System, or its connections.W. OrOitY.
orange, lemon or lime growing. .. B b
'II B Burke L S Spencer with Multi i .. =sewr. t .
Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for D 8 Carlton. raga."No be .A. TUBE, W.E GREEN, J. M. GULP 8. H. HARD WIOK, Gidsb0Nli. o:

I cash. This land will soon be worth 950l C Nelson, Alex Tomlinson, me., Tou'd thundered pretend to ,-oa to can'tfool the o...... ...... deo..........&** ..'. TreJJIe MM.*... &a (le.. p_ Af*. .= .- =& .= =:I,, ; .
l per acre. J C Bllvens. go W. bial4.a,D. 0. Wehloft.. D. 0., Whlns.o.. IX a AtteaU. ..
bell game toad then not do a thing bat
Thomas Alex
Carter Tomllnson J4gjrw
Apply to C. H. Walton, ADVOCATE: his x mark Daniel L Fntch. Meal away and read poetry to your W. D. ALLEN, .

otftce; or to Bobbins fc:: Graham Titer J B Dickey Alex Tomllnson, grandmother.. I'm on."Detroit Trib- Florid 2Ja".J..CKJIONVUOL&.n.A.Piee..i A..*t. I j; "' r-=

.tf I Daniel L Fatch. nnw Jiily3fll n.3' '?' ,LllJa"a:: 3'n' r,
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i ': ,I'i 4 INDIAN RIVEK ,,...ADVOCATE SEPTEMBER 25, 1896.

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have been made 'with good :::1r' If you need any' Job printing we
< -H HOIAH RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- not do otherwise than support October to be held 7th,at our Jensen general on Wednesday agent, Mr./ and experiments bad results. A man told, me short shall be pleased to Ret a share of It. J. S. JOHNSON CO

w u'y and Sewall :
: Bryan 1'orclier will present bin report covering time since that he had raised two cropsof

:,b; ,.. Office: Washington Avenue, Tltu. yville ."Manufactories would close. Business the past geaaon's busluoKH. Other mattern extra fine pineapples with no fertilizerbut the !::rOIVE THE "ADVOCATE" AN Manufacturer of __
seed meal. I have seen
Banks cotton
houses would faiL also come of to Good Advertising Me-
I'i I' may up importance It is a
t, I"! ,,'. Indian River:, Florida.A l ho raided. The unemployed would be us all; hence we would be glad to Hue aa same thing, and In the end the party had dium ADVT.for those who want to increase .....Fishing Supplies
+ '
: \ 'ti numbered by millions. Farmers would many members and patrons oi-our association to dig up his pines and burn elf the their business.
"J'' ; Itrxl few purchasers for their products. as can find It convenient .to 'be land to get rid of the iiihects tbe cotton
hI r A WSCKIV JOOaSAL DUVOTBD: TO TUB It CTKbOPMBST Want and famine would pervade the present. seed meal had produced.
+ l OF THB IJflIKH RIVBB, LAI> ..JtWOHTII lard. Our comparative success in the past As I said In 'a former article, no chemical VCTLLntod-.EL: J.\aan.:: :

v .&UlftOATMC II AT IBOTIOK Mr. Iloke Smith's resignation is, season should not satisfy us, but only or commercial fertilizers can be continuously In section at once to sell staple
Its crude
\ used on pineapples In every
stimulate us to iforts in the fu-
,y { i PUBLISHED: EVERY: : FRIDAY. of course belauded aa showing .his tuie. "C'UHHing"greater, the transportation form, without destruction to both plant: goods todealers; no peddling; experience Cotton and Linen Netting; R",
r staunchness to his party but if he companies and commission men may and land in the end. In the first place I unnecessary; best side line. $75.00: a Corks, Leads Twines, Etc. FilL

}. VALTOH,1td1tOrblI'rnprletoif. really\ believes the words above so mot I men relieve our feelings but mUl'etl.nJtlhle they are only stimulants> ,, which is a forerunner month. Salary and expenses or large Tackle of every Description; )n&,(
I CHA. II. ; of destruction to the organic: commission made. Address, with 2 cent Lines Rods Keels, Sinkers ,
'. quoted to be true what can be said : results will follow efforts to Bt(|
matter of the soil. They act as whiskeyon stamp forsealed particulars, Clifton Soap TAKPON
, gmw our pineapples, se as to better B3T-;: TACKLE A
r! iii S..b..rII'U..n.Twelve of Shim patriotism. A man who stand transportation; to grow those the human ca,' nss. They bloat up and Manufacturing Company Cincinnati

S months, 11./111/ area disaster to his country in the kinds popular with our customers, 4tud and show well for tho moment; hut, Ohio. Baltimore Mil.

Six Lapp establishment. of the free coinage then to pack, them ia aa attractive man alas, for the reaction. It may answer

Three" .00 of silver, and yet supports that ner. Mr. 1'orchcr can tell us that some for renters, but not for owueis. --
.b shippers' pines stood' transportation better To say; nothing of the loss in applying
t. t !lIngle copy, policy because it is the policy his .Chickamauga Stable Company
commercial fertilizers In crude by
than others. Those who suffered a ,
1 .,, Strictly ailvaiice. ,
1 I party has dictated may be a good most iu this respect( can probably ,bace evaporation and otherwise, which is ut
" ,democrat but can hardly be considered the cause to injudicious fertilizing.: least one-third, cotton seed meal hatches Chattanooga, Term. 'Phone 3*
r ,' I American.Mr. While It i III possible have not In what we call the rod spider, blood and
1 The above rate Inolmlrrthfl paywi-nt of r I and LnU allR Lookout
Lulu Lake : Point Point 1'ark
bone hatches root lice, potash dries up TRIPS TO Sun
made tho hast selection
, i ,, T lICe. HuliHcrlptlimn. can'eH.nlnenC" any !rue Smith, in company we fear every of local agents, (that Is easily remedial possible the plants and makes them splkoy acids Rock Natural Bridge: Telephono Rock Hock City and Village: Chlckamnug-i: ; j j|

I, :, .r riiirintftlioyeur.DlHcnntliinanro' 'with n1 many others .evident: ), it Is more probable the chief corode and poison the boll. These facts tiiryPaik, National Cemetery Mission! Ridge, Bragg Tower riicl\|\ Ton,
'I) 4 ly thinks that when party and fault Is at home. We -should grow the have been tested und well established by Orchard Knob \VI ldelJ'B Ridge

''f/ of nilvtn, must do niatlo perHoruilly principle clash it is principle that kind of pines popular with our cus those who have taken the pains 1 to make New Brick Stables, Eight and Chestnut Streets.
thin olllc-e
; -writ/dm.
at !! or by The misfortune
. I investigations.
,1 should be laid aside. tomers. On this point Mr. Torcher, proper SAM. W. OIILS, Man !BM(
, I I Is that will not for
44 from his expeticitce' during the past season people Investigate
. :t. '. ti : Address all communications to can give us valuable Information.We themselves, and leave It for people lIv- ------- - -- -

.. "THE CONVICT LAW. should' also puck our fruit so as 'to ing In Jacksonville Yew York and
14 i JA stand handling as well as )possible and Chicago who never saw a pineapplegrow Etta B. DAWSO1T
+' ) "vii-LK, PLOUIDA.1d4 at the same time appear attractive to to tell them what they need. ,
I The Cocoa and Kockledge News our customers. Those Ingredients above mentioned

.i ? nnkcm some very pertinent remarks I havu yet to find the .first careful are good pineapple food; but the question '\Vhole ale and Retail

i y ai Chucketc., may lie made payable to CHAKL rsl about the fourth and fifth packer who is satisfied with our half Is, how should they be applied. In
k WALTON, I I and 1 proprietor crates. Its shape is so out of proportion all countries whore fertilizing has been
II. publisher resolutions of the Senatorial
l con- '
:. t # __ that tho size of pines which till it reduced to a science (except for quick WINE & MERGHAW
:0 v- nti<'>n. referring to the efitablish- lengthways, rise so high that the slats vegetable growth), all chemicals are LIQUOR

''m-ent'of reformatories for youthful cannot be n.illed; on. We want It deep composted and thoroughly amalgamated
, I POOR MAN'S MONEY. with the best material available: for ab
" + otfenrlere:! and the discontinuanceof er. Another reason why It should be that the transportation companies sorption. By this process all /germs for
The rauch-used phrase "Silver the, convict lease system ; and charge us freight on 80-bll., : producing Insects destroyed; the dif 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla
trusts'that not only our senators while at present! it weighs about 05-1 bs. ferent plant food Is digested and readyto

; t, i is. the poor mnn' money," has a. 'but also our representatives, will Might it not be policy\ for ,UK also to try feed the plant, and all evaporationfrom Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Hava

good deal of truth, in it. All silver do all they can in this direction. and secure n neuter package ? Surelyour :) its crude form averted ; but the ,
of Is of vital
pines deserve its neat a package as proper process composting
F ii,; countries are very poor ; and it is. The. News apparently forgets torn atom. importance. Mexican and Florida Cigars.
"' of that ono of the planks in the platform The matter already re/erred to, of Many\ of the settlers on Indian River ,
ii t, I: stated upon authority men of democratic nominee who are in the pineapple business have
( our growing suitable fruit, packing it In the -
. f' r I'' who have made this subject a life-, for representative Capt. R. A.JIarllee. best manner and having the best agents 'spent the flower of their lives in other FINE FANCY GR.OCERIE

study that there is not a silver I ,..has reference to this matter possible. dispose of it for us, are all callings and can't instead know of agricultural, pursuits, WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound! Go(,
,i within our own control and it is our ao.vthlnabollt/ com-
3 tl standard country in ,the world! and reads as follows: "The own fault If we don't affect improve' posting material: for fertilizing purposes rrr Trice List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.

; I'I whose laborers receive fifty convictlaw: I think, should 1 be ment. There still remains the transportation especially when they are not versed in If you wish to open an account you must give first-class city leferemNew
I over and cannot tell the result in
changed ; convict labor should not ioblem. Fortunately our
; cents per day. It is the poor man's local.rallroiul company Is no accommodating mixing one chemical with others. For -
come into competition with free Instance would be liable mix
that our difficulties In this respect they to
money in the same sense that skins labor. think it would be best for ) aro much loss than with most other kalnet and acids with sulphurous and

, ''t are the poor man's clothing, pest! the state tow/ have a convict farm growers; still, tho position is that the salt vegetable mucks, which would do- Fall Goods.

m W lential huts are the man's which could,be made selfsustaining freight charges( to many points are so praciate the value of the muck alone.
poor The business will be somewhat
it high that our fruit has to be sold] at excessive retarded
v houses and despotism is the poorman's ; have governed by good prices to leave anything for the by people tampering with it,
, :moral men_who would endeavor to and local is wholly Ignorant; of what is required. As
grower our agent only jusll-
' '' An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept
'tI' government.IF reform the convicts! instead of sinking tied in sending it there in case of a glut soon as the people can realize that It is
Ik > ..t them into at more uecenslblo points. This not necessary to send to Germany find
deeper degradation ; year "
J t" 1 New York for a thing when they have a /"General Stores DOMESTIC GOODS NOTIONS HA1
: 1 untiring and a1ale they should! not he treated" as we had only'a partial crop, and tho difficulty : ,
r energy of disposing of It was not great; butter article at home, at half the cost,
I 1 i J'' ; most unceasing flow of words could brutes:; let 'tJiem know the state but nuxt year we shall have probably there will be a revolution In fertilizingthat CLOTHING Etc.Our prices' are very reasonable and we are prompt!

t 1 elect to the presidency 'William tines not need their labor but that throe or four times the amount of fruit, will be astonishing. I have made shipping. One can depend to get good value for
und the of disposing some experiments at Jensen with compost
l hy their lawless conduct and trespassing satisfactorily
1 \ Jennings Bryan would without have lock of It cannot be attempted too vegetable: muck and chemicals, money. We Sell to Dealers only.Some .
I on socdeiy: we to
"J I We have \ which shows results entirely satisfac
I soon. practically a monopoly
f4 t doubt, be our next president. That them: up."" of the far western markets aa foreign tory. "Special Bargains" in HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS CLOTIItf

,C I ,,1' gentleman, being a man of same Thus it will ''be seen that our pinos will not stand tho long shipping, MONT llAIUXE Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-.

,I'I' 4 I' It'I the democratic nominee for representative but 1\8.1 have said under the present solute' Bargains. Call on or addrossBENEDICT
Jr astuteness probably recognizes tarlll! cannot avail ourselves of them. SEBASTIAN
I if elected,. etnnds<<: pledged to
that it Is That the railroads afford haul POLLAK & CO.
+ fuct necessary to keep up can to at ,

p P' ;i tl) IIn incessant torrent of speeches, do changed all ''he and can accomplish to get the this very law bet less rates that,Homo is abundantly of them are proved anxious by the to ': 32, 34 &" 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, F

j, !I'' in order that the people may .exit I results which thi :News: suggests/ secure our business at considerably lower A called meeting was held at Sebastian -

9 and think credit should, rates, but are prevented by the edicts Wept. 9th, for the purpose of considering -
have time to think fearing that a we some of tho Interstate Railroad commission. the general upbuilding of the JAMBS PBITCIIARD President; W. M. BROWN Vice-President;
I rf t few hours of careful study and have been given dint gentlemanby ,,Could we not, with all\ due respect, suggest town, W. A. Lowden being elected chair- C. S. Schuylor Cashier.

our esteemed contemporary. to this august body that they were man and C. W. White secretary. There!!
: of facts and will l l'j'
t I tl(1( \ weighing figures, : not appointed solely In the interests of was a good attendance, and some warns INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN!

.t ,, ', ., ot. show them the fallacy of the free HUNTING A ''JdA YORe tho railroad coin paries ? In the eventof speeches were made in the interest of
", I silver idea. their refusing to entertain the suggestion the little city. A paper (copy of whichwe
, \\it: ,"Ii' they might still be open to an give below) was read by the socie- (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Floiid.t.)
\\i "" As we understand. that Mr. argument carefully based on figures tary. setting forth the work to !be done,
p : that there was more money to the railroads and it Is expected that general improvemnonte Authorized capital $100,0i'
1'1' TUB Citizen points out that .the !Scriungeour:; has no wish to run for In a rate than in
f paying freight a will commence at once. Paid up capital $25,0'''
': appointment of game wardens to mayor of the town in the coming protective one.I ''
the municipal election an d .as the only have Introduced, the foregoing sub- The calling of this meeting was not Average deposits $150,0'
1 enforcement of the
1" secure game other candidate proposed, Mr.Soobic jets because I believe them capable: of for any definite purpose, but for the general
'it1 would the burden of additional yet Improvement should the think welfare Bank!
t'1 laws lay stated ; growers of Sebastian and its environ Transacts a General
has that
I distinctly otherwise, I shall be happy to bow to ment. While it Is concluded that this
rt f!! expense on the counties, die will not be a candidate it be- their decision. I ask all them to dollkewiso. community is not able to contribute any Business

, t'j'f : and says further that such an hooves us to look arouMul amongour Let all interested who criticise amount of money that would be sufficient -
j citizens .nil select and think they can Improve on present to make any great Improvements it ;
t. office[ should bo eligible a Bank the RI
seeing and
unnecessary, Largest Oldest on
methods attend and
li! .ho.ld. our meetings, give Is possible for the individual residents to
Iff'R 1 j t ? that the execution of these man who !is willing __to : that us the benefit of their /Ideas. and then boprepared make their places, to certain extent, Exchange/ sold on all Foreign Countrlun1nECTORSm
and who will (111It with leave the the
oUleo to I" good attractive especially those bordering tin
laws is the of the
duty sheriffs/ credit. After careful co-naidera- sense of their fellow-growers and try railroad.We :
solicitors and other olllcers to think that one man Is moro likely to who live hero and real
county den, we can think of no one who own estate jA.r ITCHAHDW.ii..B.ABSKTT 1 bn astray than three hundred.In are in tho "same' relation to the public as l of the National Hank ofJnckeonvilieJ)
I H who are now paid for their services would 1111 the office better than Al-
; conclusion I wish to ask our memo Is the merchant, and should display what DUHKKB (Vice-1-resfm ent National )laD
and that if violations of the laws tTenman Hall who we are advised bore for one good reason why we should we have to sell as attractively as the Jacksonville), and W. M. UKOWS.

la l are brought to the attention of the bus been the leading spirit in our not extend the privilege of shipping; / merchant does. The property bordering CORME9PONDKNT8.Seaboard .
council of through our association to all Florida tho railroad being our counters, on these National Bank of New Vort
.prosecuting attorney it is his duty proMnt town ; a man East Coast pineapple growers who may should be shown our "wares" to the _ _ _ _.m_ National Hank of JacktocvlllB.
to bring the matter before the good, solid common-sense; to be deserve It; and also to ask all such !best advantage for possible customers,

courts. Aa far as our experiencegoes led astray neither by the gibes of growers If they do not think the combi- in the persons of those traveling back 1-'I".rUSVILLE: ..

the trouble is that prosecu grumblers nor the somewhat divergent nation would ho for our mutual Advantage and forth on the Florida East Coast Kail-
wishes and opinions of -the ? JAM KM HoiJites, way. What we have to sell does not
ting attorneys and sheriff/ are justas President. W. J. HILL H )t[. 1'ArWOKT
refer to the individual who Is in the real
liable to break the laws as people:; and ready) to do his dutyat 23 '0(1.(
+ game Jensen Sept. : estate business any more than It does to
any ordinary mortals. It would all tLines without fear or favor. I him who has only his house lot and Its

l seem as if these laws were not The position of mayor is by n.')' INVOLUTION IN 1M3UTIUZ Improvements, for he wants the value of South Florida Wholesale Eons!

h i looked seriously, and were means M sinecure, nor la it a profitable that enhanced as much as possible, and
upon .
ING. this can only be done by making advantages -
icy only made to be broken ; and if or particularly agreeable otllce here and beautifying Sebastian in w. : -. zacin-nij: ::: : : sc co.'
the officers themselves break them, to fill. .It is impossible to please order to attract more settlers. So that

t 'i they cannot consistently punish every Olle:; in fact it would almost Ja vsxN, FLA.., Sept. 21, '06. the very first work of the welfare committee ESTABLISHED 1873. -

1 seem Impossible for a or Advocate (which should consist of all residents '
others for doing the same thing. mayor Editor !
of Sebastian), after Its organization Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders'
board of aldermen' to
\Ve think that the law would please
.t In Madison Square Garden, Mr. Cock- is to Incorporate Into its constitution ,
a be better observed if some one, if tbe continual growling! and ran said: "This soil Is not propitious to the requirement that all those who

ilk 1 change were wade in it, It is!! now kicking that seems to be inherentin revolution." If his statement la correctit 1 sign the constitution thereby agree to Materials of all KindS.&J.VFOEt.D
{ not permissible to shoot quail till the larger portion of mankind Is the most unfortunate state of affairs the foregoing, and will commence at *;
that cmUd befall a people, as It would once to carry out Its purpose.
November. There is no necessity counts for anything. The mayorof put a stop to all manner of progress; and The construction of the Sebastian A: : : :: FLORmdMIAMI : .

for putting it off till so late in the the town should be one who, bring everything to a stand-still. Revolution Cincinnati! Farms railroad and the future -=:

!{1 i year. The birds are all fully grown having laid out what he considers I might say, is not only a vital development in the back country of
necessity but of dully occurrence, as the the large extent of muck lands knownas
by the middle of September so the right and proper course, will ,
results 0// Uxlay opens the avenues to a the Cinclnnatus Farms, will naturally -
that their slaughter could begin at not swerve one iota from that Each ,
revolution t .morrow. : succeeding Increase the Inhabitants of this place; *
least a month earlier without any course, notwithstanding the ad. day develops stets which show the necessity and If the population Increases to the

i, serious damage being done to the vice of interested parties which is 1 of some I Improvement for to-morrow, extent ouch an enterprise should cause it

supply and it is probably duringthe sure to be offered/ ad libitum. Mr. and, there is nrfujuostlon, before the peo- to do, the matter of streets In the town I
ple of Florida more Important, and of Sebastian Is a subject that should be
month of October that the law Hall we think has sulllcient/ de. Town Lots SaleA.
should be Investigated with more thoroughness considered: by this committee! at_ once. Now
is least observed. A slight modification termination and fore of characterto than oar agricultural Indus It is therefore suggested that platting

l r in the law wonld have almost decide on any matter of importance tries. Florida line many conceded ad- commission consisting of five members
,I effect the ; and with an able and vantages that no ether state has. It has with the chairman of this committee aaexofUcio
as .
as good an
E ap. a climate the rc end that stampedes member be at once appointedfor
pointment of game wardens. efficient board of aldermen at his sickness and death across her borders, the purpose of platting streets In E. KINGSLEY General Agent For

ltd back would 1 make a mayor who as the yearly atatUUou will show. It order to have some degree of uniformity ,

would serve the town faithfully produces fruits and vegetables which In them. The work of this committee

i1 WORDS AND DEEDS.Tbe ._ I and be in every way a worthy sue brings the most remunerative returns will, of course not be legal, as we are not Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle
to the gentleman who at per acre of any section la jLmerlca. But Incorporated, but It will have its moral
eessor these results obtained by the officials of the
are not merely effect upon town of
rp New Hartford (Conn.) TrU present presides over the destinies discussing them In the shade of cocoa- Sebastian when it Is incorporated.The CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
bun contrasts the following words of the town in that capacity. nut and lemon trees. further purpose of the welfare

u of1' ex-Secretary Iloke Smith on It requires Industry, IntellljiaVice, appliances committee Is to take cognizance of all (
k i the result of tbe establishment of and daily revolution from experience matters that will be for the general wel- all parts of the Town. Carefully Selecte
+i l'DIEAPPLE OHOWEltS ATTENTION. In developments to bring about fare of the community, and If we start
the free of silver in this Fruit
coinage desired results. The pineapple Industry In with the set purpose of hanging together and Vegetable Lands on
country spoken no Jonger ago than Iu Florida, being somewhat of modern on these fines, the results' of the
July 3rd, with his action In resigning date, has been the subject of much spev> work of such a committee will be ulti- Mir mi River and Bay : lscn.JlC
the tbe To the member of the Indian\ River &. ulatlon as to mode of culture and fertllicinfT mately made apparent to thAt satisfaction '
secretaryship on ground Lake Worth rin_ 'ple Growea Aaao. As it Is almost of all concerned. Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.Main .

; that he had always voted tbe regular elation and other pineapple growers: ly on or poor grown soil the exclualve-r C. W. Warms omce Hotel FLORIDA
sand Miami
democratic ticket and could fs MIAMI
s sf st At the next meeting &f our Directors, of vital Sebastian. Secretary. ,


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3. Department of Agriculture also to the refreshment committee, are ton, Mass last Saturday, after a stay oflitee SPRINGER

rather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla.e due the success of the evening. We weelrs In Courtenay with S. B. SILVER OR GOLD. G. G. ,
noticed among others at the party :Mr.: Symmes.

,, following/ is a comparative *tateit and Mrs. John Minor, of Til man; the Messrs. LaRoche and Jenkins returned

of temperature and rainfall for the of Misses Stark Miss and Miss-Verginde Paddison( Carroll, home last Friday after a two weeks' stayIn Better than either is a healthy Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of
Malabar Annie Titns-
k ending/ Tuesday, /Kept. 15, 180(1.:;; ville; Miss;Mary Gilbert, Capt. ,W. J. the Narrows. I liver. If the liver is O. K. the

189o1805 MIN. MAX MIN.'- Nesbitt and wife; Messrs. J. E. M. Hodg- Robert Harper, who has been spcni'-: man is O. K. His blood is kept

f.; MAX.72 80 811 72 son, J. A. Gilbert, Harry Hodgson W. lug a couple of months at Ms old home his digestion perfect, and he IC E ANDDistilled

74 80 8(1( 74 Tombs Leon Vaun, Eau Uallie; Capt. 111 North Carolina, Is now back again. pure lifo and act intelligentlyand
71 73 86 74 C. H. Casper and J. II. Wynn, Tropic. can:! enjoy the __
73 73 81 7J: Eau Gallie. patiently_ upon
71 7n !80 I 70 of the day. You all know what to
[Send the ADVOCATE nn order for '
78 70 87 74 job printing you need.] any ake. You have known it j Water
73 70 87 70 Mrs\( ; J. H. D. Smith took advantage It is Simmons Liver Regulator
visit West
of the excursion Tuesday to
tut 1 rainfall for the week: 3:40: Inches
.irture from normal rainfall: for the Coronado Beach.Prof. Palm Beach. Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers,

c: plus 1.21 Inches. Departure Capt. J. B. Smith returned Monday ,

normal rainfall since January 1, W. A. Sharp returned, to Do- with his houseboat from a trip to his FACTORIES. .. ...

3.li8( inches.J... W. CKONK, Observer. Land last week with his portfolio enriched place at Dummlt grove. IMMONS Cocoa and West Palm: Boaeli. :
by many beautiful mailuu water Mrs.\( A. W. /Sweet Is expected to ro- _

duties .. .. .
colors. turn about Oct. 1st, nnd resume her -- -- --- --- -- --- -- ---- -- -

Reams. The delightful: east wind of the )past at our school house. 4 '

few days has cleared Coronado of the I Messrs. C. L. Taylor and C. C. Boyu- SEEDSGARDEN and FIELD --SEEDS.l
few mosquitoes which canto two weeks ton went to TltiiHvlllo last; Friday, to ,
1', Robert Dunnam Is spending a few alto, for the first time this year. There prove up on their homesteads.
i with his sister, Mrs. C. J. Keams. has not been a saml-ily nil the season.
Miss\( Nicholson, of Melbourne\( and
i its Roberts will go up to Titusville Among those still iu the cottages are Miss Bicoso, of I'oqiilnaero In town REGULATORFor I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-

iy, to attend the teachers' Insure both tho Pelton families; / M Monday, railing on Miss Gilbert .

Wright and family, with Mr.\ and Mrs Episcopal services were not livid hist class SEEDS in the State.-..
of our bachelors, John Core, has Perry Havens of Jacksonville, ("quicker Sunday, Aichdeacou Brown having/ boon,
i on the sick list for several days" than a wink") as visitors; Dr. NeUter, ofI'hlla.delphlaj called away on ecclesiastical affairs. SOT": SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering else whore.! All Seeds tested
ia better now. ; Mr. Lctllor, of :Sanford; years you and your fathers before sent out.
Mr.I Turnbull, of DeLand; Mr. Filyer Capt. Ed Alien of St. Augustine, have found it of sterling worth.It L. CAMERON, Soedsman,
run Call has left the new store in and family, Capt. White and some camo down Tuesday to Inspect' the
<,'o of the senior partner, Tom Jones, others. schooner Bristol, with a view to her [ is and always has been put up 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FA.

is once more raising beans. It would appear as though the fishing purchase only by J. II. Zeilin & Co. Take -. .. .. .. - -- ...-.

oil. LaRoche has one hundred and here improved the exodus of visitorswas Tho board walk between Capt. Ben none but the genuine. It has the

ity small alligators/ that are thrlv- taking place on throe days last nett's and Capt. Carv's, on Eau Gallic': led: Z on tho front of the wrapper, A Fertilizer for Fruit -

Oil our delightful sea breezes. week Jew fish over 100-lbs. each were crook, Is considered unsafe and will ooondemnell. and nothing else i ia the same, and c.
caught in tho liver. Dr. XcitVor of .
orinan Carlton, of City Point, has ,
.a charge of the Farr place, on the Philadelphia, caught ono weighing 115: Messrs. Enscv. Harper. Carter. Scott nothing so good. "
... -- "The Ideal Fertilizer
pounds: after being cleaned; and our Pineapple
uBtilar, for the coming season and old-time and Wynn of.TI'OIlc, wore In town -- ,
fisherman Charley Polton beaming
soon be enrolled among our list of Tuesday, trading with our merchants,
cut gardeners. frightened at tho success of tho returning loaded down with bundles. l\lnrl'lnJ'l' nt "Wavclntiil. :lrJ.oo $26.00 :Par ToD..
"now comershiought to your scribe
(v. :Mr.: Howard preached his fare- to weigh a sea bass which tipped the Inspector Miller, of the Internal Revenue On Wedmwdsty: evening Sept 10th, at QUARANTINED ANALYSIS :...... .. *
sermon to a very appreciative au- scales at 38-lbs. There were twenty Department, was here last week, on Molsturft.. . I"".. ,,8 ttr 10) {'<>1' ('('nt.
lie rexldoutio, of Mr. Chits. II. Uucoy at
co, on Sunday last. He will leave' other good-bize buss in that day'a catch. Hclal> business, calling on our merchants Ammonia. . 4J, to (II"I ,u
t week for Stetson University, where Inspecting weights, measures, etc. \Vavolaiicl, Miss Loulso :Sortmnen, the If" .
rhosphorla Acid . .1\ to II
\ill resume Ms work of last year. charming daughter\ : of Ex-p attl11MttJr
Sebastian. Commissioner Houston returned froma Potash (Actual). .. . .tt to 8 "
John[ Sorormcn Jensen and Mr. Harry
week's at the seat ,
stay county Made] exclusively from Bright Cotton :Heed Meal, Nitrate of Sod.i, Blood,BonaDlesolvod )
Banyan with him the ballot J. Schultz \Vavel.\iul
bringing were quietly ,
PhoHphnte, Fine hound Tobacco Stunts: and /Sulphate of PotiiHh
W. Stephens/ left Monday evening boxes, etc., for use ut the stato and nivrriud. The only witnesses were Mr.
KIT" Write for directions for using and further, piirticulms; idea n"lc fOl'j
for /Stuait. election. j
he mosquitoes are growing less every county Austin and Miss Burtio /Sorensen sisterof copy of "Kconomloal Fertilizing! for Krult. \Ve carry n large stock of nil Fertlllacr ..
Miss Oracle Howard visiting friends Messrs. Barnes and Hogg, of Melbourne the hrldo. Tho young couple will re- Material, Cotton :Hood' Meal I, Tobacco Dust, 1'otash, etc. Write for prices before I)
In Woodley. made a visit to Axpinwall ono buying. Wo sock tho growers trade direct. M
stile Waveland where Mr :Schultz
iss Bessie Houston, of Eau Uallie, is ,
day last week, on tho launch: Jean, calling -
U. R. Pitzer of Jacksonville in
Ing in Banyan this week. town Tuesday on Mr. lays, after which they ran has a pineapple' plantation.\; ; ;

C. Creech is clearing some of his over to Eau Gallic. The Fertilizer House of Florida ,
Paul and Arthur Krogol spent Sunday
,mock land!
to plant tomatoes the
ling season. with lends in lloseland. Our former townvnan, Cnpt. Eugene Catarrh toot < Bralnard, was here over Sunday:! with
'. J. Tlagan having accepted a situn Fred White of Rosoland" spent sometime the steamer Louise en route flour the -. --- .. -- .
with Mr. Dwyer, has moved onto in our burg this week. Suwnnee river to Savannah. His old With local applications, an they cannot '

pineapple plantation at Tropic. Dr. Platt, of Fort Pierce, was in town friends were glad to BOO him.Seabreeze... reach thu seat of tho dlMoatio. Catarrh Fred k. S. Morsex
is blood. { or constitutional disease
this week attending to the sick.S. .
;im Chllils will bo hero In a few days, lud In order to euro It you must take :> -
the purpose of building a packing Kitching lout a valuable mule this Internal remedies. Hall's Catarrh CureIs
se and otherwise improving hise. week. Cause of death unknown.
taken Internally, and nets directly on

Mrs R. A. Hardoe returned homo this T. N. Smith and family, of P.vlatkn, the blood "lIIlmuoous surfaces Hall's] E.z ES'J. ..TE: ., ,
few early fall vegetables are being week from an extended visit up the are spending a few days at :Seaside Inn.C. Catarrh Is not a quack medicine It was I. "
itod and In short time the truckers prescribed by ono of the best physicians !
a river. and brother of Orlando DiIX.ADiIX: : : : Dado: oo., FLOn.XJA:
G. Leo ,
I all be very busy In their mid-winter In this country for yearn, and Is n regular -
.lens. The steamer Blscayne, owned by the have spent the past week Seaside/ Inn. prescription.' It is composed of thu .

rch F. E. C. Ry., passed our burg last week; All have been interested In tho exchange -' lie at tonic known, combined with the AGENT FOR LANDS OF __ '
Simmons, from Orange county, bound nOI.tb.Horace .
of beach property. We under- blood puiifiorR, acting directly on the '
accepted situation with J. T.
11 1, at Tropic a, and he Is now getting Jones, our genial agent, re stand several lots have been sold.Mr. mucous surfaces. Tho perfect combination Florida: East Coast Hallway Company,
in for turned home this week, having bnen of tho two Ingredients is what pro Florida Coast Line Canal it Transportation Company, ;
IlJS shapo trucking. and Mrs. Geo. Gatua, of Wclaka, daces such wonderful result In curing
away two weeks. have taken the for the lioston A Florida Atlantic Coast I Lund "
hose Banynnitos who attended the Rogers cottage: catarrh. Send for testimonials, freo. Company. I

''I 1 at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.J. On account of the ice factory breaking remainder of September and October. F. 8. Cheney & Co., props., Toledo, O. --- -.- -- -- .... ---.-.. .--. -- ------- -------.- --- > ---.- "
Stewart at Bovine down in '1'ltl1sv1le.Sebastlanltell\ / have and /Sold by druggists prlcu, 75,
on Friday Mrs. M. M. Lludloy daughter, Miss ; 1
lit, report having spent a most en- been without Ice this week. Josephine, of DeLand, are guests this The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

ablo evening. The schooner Manatee passed here one week of Mr, and Mrs Honioo /Stewart,
,A MnllcloiiM relilcutnUun.
south. the UCI ,
day List' week going: Capt. Hogg at ,

Melbourne. has a trim looking craft. Mrs. Goo. Welch, of Palatka, who has :Z7. STTI:: :>XO"VV, G-oxx'l: :asaJ:1ngo1": : : ,I
BuAcii }< 1406.
Mr. Winchester, representing the Flor been spending some time at the Inn, has (LATE CHAPMAN A /BUDLOW.)
Ida Hardware Co., of Jacksonville, called been persuaded by her admirers to remain To/ Whom It May Concern :
'ODE & GOODE.-Real Estate and on our merchants this week. another week. South Jacksonville Florida. j{
-oans. Agents for .Etna, London and ,
.Ivorpool and Globe nnd Impellal We hear rumors of several marriages ,,80mB music and a dance was en Joyce governor .- MANUFACTURER OF -
'Iro Insurance. Special attention paid that are to take place In the near future. i at the Inn Saturday: night. Miss Car ida, a few newspapers have sought to 1
0 the interests of non-resideuts. Hope the girls won't back out lyle's guitar solo and Mr. Iliizlar's vocal give as wide publicity\ us possible to
solo being special features. i the following malicious representation : FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
Chan. Gifford of Vero was in port
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It Is said 1 that Mr Jackson great
lowoll Smith beat the record this seat this week with the barge BOil Ton, Surf bathing three times dally, Is the \ ""

t by catching a twenty-five pound bans owned by S. Kltchlng, of this place. complain present proscribed those not days.tonic Tho for water all who Is doal at the of world's money fair.selling" spirituous liquors Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material '1
Monday ,
R. G. Hardee, J. C. Howard and T. C. milk It has also been said,. and on equally
delicious warm as an Englishman -
iVe noticed Mr. L. C. Lockwood going I Vaudergrlft spent Sunday last In Wood remarked the other day. good authority, that tIm moon U made Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc. Also i
the street with a 20-lb. sea bass last) ley. Must be some attraction down that of green cheese; no iwtronomer, however ,
nday evening, caught off the city way, boys. Few know better how to enjoy the has ever endorsed tho statement. Tho I'r ramous :EJard-TLD:1o&: : : : :::EIrnn.d:

art. schooner Breckonshlre of Nar- beach than the Brownrlggs, of Orlando, and no responsible person can be found Ammonia. . .. . . ,4 to 6 Percent i "
There The cleared from harbor ,this week who, with their tennis and English en- who will Buy that I ever sold a drop of Available PhoM. Acid. . for #115.00 l-cr Ton.
irch will be service at the Episcopal with rows, of bean our seed and orgy, and three baths dally, make a record spirituous liquor at tho world's fair or Potash" K U. . . ,0 to 7 percent )
next /Sunday afternoon, at 3:30.: a cargo general with which few can compete.All anywhere else. My father; taught me,
I are invited to attend. The Rev. Mr. merchandise.The when that It would be highest Commercial Value given our brand In the lust Bulletin Write for
rues has postponed his trip south uu- very much regret that the service a child, vastly soil Pilccm. Order for 2 ton and upwards for our brands will lw flcllveiud free. .f all
later. ladies' parsonage society gave a Seaside/ Inn Sunday evening/ was our more honorable to starve than to frolKht; charges to any railroad depot on the Kant Count at catalogue prices, until
social in the schoolhouse last Saturday; last of the season Rev. C. W. Arnold, liquor, as a beverage, under any pretext; further notice.DUREN.
Capt. Geo. 11[. Phillips, In his yacht night, which was quite a success, judgIng who has been so energetic and made the and the observation anti experience of
... .
oil, started for Eden last Tuesday by the way the young people hid the hours so pleasant, will remove this maturer years uuly emphasizes the -- -- -- -- --- -

{ht, accompanied by Messrs. A. J. Ice cream and cake. week to his Daytona homo, teaching.The .
>ado and attention of tho writers of such & FEASTER.
Geo. W. Hayes. The boys ....
There will\ be another social at the I
off on a business trip, but Intend toe A small party from Seanldo': Inn en- miserable falsehoods an the above In
\. a jolly time also. schoolhouse the 20th at Inst.this for place the to-morrow of joyed the lawn fete at the residence of urgently Invited to the statement In GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES Florida and
night, purpose Mr. Gove, Daytona, one evening/ last Holy Writ that "All liars shall have their ,
The orange groves in this section are raising funds to furnish the M. E. church!
week. The Japanese lantern decorations In the lake which burneth with Ire
part 'king well, with promise of plenty of parsonage. We would like our neigh: were particularly effective, and and brimstone," and unless they mend Western Meats of All Kinds, Crockery
lit in the Lors from Grant Mlcco Roseland Toledo Four Solicited.
near future. A fair crop of moonlight drives over the Halifax and their ways here below, It promises. to be patronage
:.ivan, and and Woodlcy to come and join UII .
our .
house-keepers are now TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
through: Rldgewood avenue, was a continuous decidedly hot for them hereafter. ,
sy making Jellies, jams and and have a nice time.
i) canning and this delicious catsups delight. ,AitTiiuii C. JACKHOM. __._ ____ __ ..______ _. __ _ h_ __ ________ .. .. __ ___ ___
pickling held their second
Our citizens meeting
,It. Have had so pleasant people at
last Friday! night/ nUll added the namesof the Inn during the season, our store of [Remember, the ADVOCATE:, Titus-
Rev. W. C. Barnes has had a full force W. C. Braddock and U. B. Howard to !graceful eulogy has been so taxed that vine, does all kinds of job printing. Give GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !!

hands at work on his fine pineapple the platting committee. Mr. Fries being/ when Mr. J. C. Miner, of Palatka, with us a share of your work.] ,
'mtation on the peninsular. lie saysII very sick, he was unable to produce a all his many charms comes down for a
fields look well, with good prospects plat. The meeting/ wan adjourned until few days, we feel rather bankrupt when
r a big crop next season. The reportsm to-morrow (Saturday) night, when a plat saying something (lining of the impressions Notice of Election. X
> all the plantations along the East will be ready, showing the proposed ho loft; must not \be anything poi- LITTLE :aROS.
t' ,1
ast roads ....
are very encouraging.The streets, etc. ,
sonal, oh no I He calls that "Florlc unit by virtu of authority vmutil In
whist club met at the Goodouse Ian;" and, while a nephew of Geo. BSelden UNDER' the nriUnuiii>...s of tlie Town of Tltimvlllo -
/ who made friend her Florida, I Win. M. Brown irmyor of FERTILIZER PHOSPHATE CO.
Jensen.Mr. so
on Fountain ,
Heights last Tu_ many pelt town du Lana this iiriM-lninailnn,! imlUnif anKleotlon
y evening, with six tab es. All re- during the season, Mr. Miner Is ambit! In said town, to !>. hniiltm, on Momluy, l11 .1
rt a very pleasant tjme. A little ous to merit his own laurel. the-jnth day of "cWber,1551, the oiMiie being the
icing finished Sheldon and son Dwight, of New fourth Monday of .sell month In the CouncilC'liumlwr Ot J ,If'1n..,
the evening, Miss
up fur the election of the
down for the winter and following
nude Smyrna, are Are Their
Powell Offering
furnishing the music one Ice Storage at Fort IMcrce. otHoeni( tOne ,
piano. The guests; were Miss Dora are making preparations to garden on Mayor. .
eews, Mrs. Truett, and Messri. W. C. the east side. One Mitmhul.., "A1l rO'\Lc.d.: Erased"at :
One<(<>>llmtnr: of taxee'
Fort Pierce resilient
rues, Geo. Hayes; also Mr. Jlofleker, Rev.-W. C. Barnes conducted Episcopal will be glad to One Clerk, who hull also l be treasurer and...

Philadelphia. services here last Sunday. A large learn that Mr. U. O. Springer, the well- *..Two..or of Aldermen tAxtn. to...rY.lo,two years much ; tho Exceedingly Low Price of 1-:"'
welcomed Mr. Barnes aftera known East Coast ice manufacturer has
Tom Two Aldermeto.erv.fornne year each, vi*i
Buckingham started a small fruit vacation. fut the term of Man/In/ K.: It i
d long decided to erect a storage house fur ice nnmplrtMl IlriMly ;
vegetable farm west of town, about and ft. N.OJuUwln. resigned'| V---YC $25 Per Ton.
Mr. E. P. Branch, of Melbourne, republican jn their town. The building will be ...
o years ago, and he now has growing, put .n.11 hereby give notice that U. E. Ml inn, jr.,
a candidate for the legislature, up at once, and will prove a /great convenience W. H. Halls and J. r. Henmker have been apIMilnte t
ich,oranges lemon: grape, lectured to a large crowd on the currency to those engaged In the flshln .) jnd!!:..., and Koliert rmtlnnil clerk: of ( Ammonia.. ... . .... .. . .Ii to 8< per cent
and other trees;; iiifl electl.m with the of the Town "
Guaranteed l Available Acid.4 to 6'
<< Phosphoric
o some flue bananas, and In ( aestion, at the schoolhouse, on Wednesday Industry, enabling them to have Ice on Council of aahl town. { ..
season a.
hand ( Actual Pptaah . .. .,r..3 to 4' 66-
all the
0.1 variety: of vegetable for market i evening. time. Fort Piercelte will Attests WW. M. JSUOWN, / %< "

owing> what an honest working mann certainly appreciate Mr. Springer's efforts H. J. ANTHONY, Mayor Manufactured from the Purest Ammonia, Sd ...pbospbaies, and" Potashes*

do in the pine wood. without capi- Advertise in the ADVOCATE: If you In their behalf. Clerk. ep2a.icE< There I Is plenty of room for other want to increase your business.Courtenay. Tree

COme and do a* he has do_ A fine stock of all kinds of Fertilizer Material constantly on..hand._
Write for Pamphlet and Pric#!*.
The hop, given at Hector' hotel by .
1 young people, 'Was a mot delight- :i iI Chickamauga Stable Co. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZERPHOSPHATE'CO..;

I party. The music wa furnished by: Our truckers are getting; their land in 'Jacksonville? Fla. ,
Elizabeth )flu I
Campbell .
good shape for planting. -
and )Meur J. A. Gilbert and -

in NIcholson. The reception co...- I J. R. and Cha T. Harper spent las Lookout Mountain, ( THE ""ADVOCATE" does Brst-class .uptodateJOB
tee were the Misses Dora BreeM, Sunday and Monday in Banyan. 'Phone ,

(en Miller Allla Nicholson and Annie interesting 319. Tennessee. PRINTING ,and to meet 'all
we are
Rev. Mr. preached a very prepared Competitionin
e. The floor committee were the sermon here lat Sunday. Lola Lake aDd Lilia :FaMe, Lookout Point,'Point Park, Sunset Rock, Natural ,
1'8..1. T. Hogg, J. B. Mill, and T. Bridge. Telephone Rock Rock City and Village. Order left at Lookout Inn will '
"icnolaon.. To these ;young people, E. B1U returned to hla home la Bos receive prompt attention. g. D. REES, Manager. prices Glue us a trial order .



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j'1i'' '1'' The snuffboxes in which French min The Only One I GREATEST ON EARTH.
KNIOHTS OF 1'YTHIA.S.Bornlnelo .
I iaturcH especially/ aro so often mounted The deepest ooal mine in Eelginm is

1 I. "; .aro collected for their own sake and not Inline No.3d, holds Its uieetlnfrs a t at Lambert-8,490 feet.
Stand the the 'house .
i"'U' To Test. Omrt the drat four Thuradnyeven.legs
tv ,t I t, without reason Tho fashion of setting | of each. month at 8 o'cliwk I'. in. The longest paved street is Washington -

Y Y',. >I miniatures in their covers was only in William whose L. T. COODV, B. D. OKIOER street, Boflton-17)4 miles +e z,. 1Ay uwaf
: Kev. Copp father
,,7r } f'' coutiuuuuce of the earlier fashion of so C. C. M. of P. & K. of It. & 8.
t ( 'i!j 1,"J t' using them for the decoration of bon. was a physician for over fifty years The largest plate glass window l ia in yrr
a H .1 t in New Jersey and who himself a Milwaukee church-34 by 80 feet. O f
: 4 bonleres. These boxes for bonbons., INDIAN: ; RIVER OUAR1>8. 9

ft' J... anciently called "drageoira." ore mentioned spent many years preparing for the Drill at tho Armory over. nonnty jail every The highest uteeple in the world is PqCp

i j ,I 1(:::I 1 as early ua 1888 and in the six- practice of medicine but subse rueedayevening. In the I""ntb..t 8,,'clcock.A. that of the cathedral at Antwerp-417
T ;
'/$ I '\I ?s"yi J .Ipenth century were made of crystal qUf'ntlyentered the ministry of theM fKAnritu.Cuiitaln.1NDKHKNDENT .9ais44 9SON (
feet.The /
:/ I ,gold silver and enamel. Snuff and snnff E. Church, writes: "I am gladto deepest coal mine In France that 41
j :f I boxes came into use about 1660. but ORDER GOOD ITE.IIPLAItS.Tltnavillo / 4'w ,
",\ testify that I have at Andre da Poirier is 8,088 feet in I '
1 .Louis XIV hated tobacco in every form had all Lodge No. IT meets every Tiiemliiy
analyzed the depth.
i I and would not allow the evening. ; 7:110: In I'reBhyterlan church. l'ul>lIo cygrypG.r
4L I Ills use of snuff in sarsaparilla] preparations meetings Hrst Tllenduy In each month.C. The highest priced medicine la metallic

' \ court. known in the A. GARDNER, O. W. 8COHIK, gallium, which is worth 100,000
The boxes of the period in which Beo't. C.T.
'I \d trade but per pound.
.miniatures are wet are too shallow at a .
.II' ; rule to have really served as snuff- AVER'S Tho largest jug was made last year

'' i..I, r' : boxes. They are round oval or rectan- cH) UnCII ES. by a firm of potters at Atherstone Eng- .,w

1 : ''I, .gular, of dark tortoise shell, lined with is the only one off land. It holds 210 quarts. r4J

.I I I. i I' I l gold and bearing the enamel miniature y them that I could"recommend K/I8COPAL CHURCH. The largest hammer is in the Krupp '

I, .I! d either on the outside or the inside s'tin as a Btrvlcen the 2nd and 4th Sundays In each Gun works., Essen GfIrman,.. It was
4 C S month at 11 a. m.and 7:31)) school made in 1886 and 150 tons
( > a chased gold frame, with a blue 4 > ,: : p. n. Sunday : weighs
bloodpurlfler.Ihavegiven every i Sunday. at 9:a41< a. m. !: at ei
t .enamel line outside the chasing. Later away hundreds of bottles of I p. m... on Weilnesdays. Litany service every A belt in one of the big flouring mills J

1 la 4 r from 1670 to 1714. when Pierre de it, as I consider it the safest as well Friday at 10 a. m.RBV. B. F. BKOWN Rector. at :Minneapolis is 260 feet long and is i
'f .Montarsy was the king's Jeweler the said to be composed of 207 complete
as the best to be had. -WM. COPP,
.j ; boxes (bones a portrait) became more cowhides.The .

y ; :,' ) were Portraits of the king set in Pastor M.E. Church, Jackson.Minn. METHODIST CHURCH. tallest chimney in the world Is SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

r1 thom kept in stock for presents.- Itepulur Hervloes every first, third and fourth
at the works
Royal Smelting
Art Amateur. Biiniluy at 11 a. .... and 7.IKI: p. ;n. Sunday Saxony. Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between 'jRrfcsonvllIe and Sew v.rk.
School every Sunday at In:00 a. m. Kpwnrtn It is 23 feet in diameter at the base, IS
League euch Sunduy. at p. m. Prayer nm"t- The Floet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steaiuen"Comanchs"
J d I at the top and 460 feet high.A .
; :, l Humped Into Fanrn. Inl every Tlnmdiiy night; at 7.00: p. in. Tim, "
' t How Ladle Aid Souluty meets every WednOHdny wagon made by the Miller-Knob- (new), "Algonquin, "Iroquols, "Cherokee, "Semiit$
I r easily an intending assassin may at 8 OO:) i p. in. Everybody welcome at our church
; tk'' get within bomb throwing or stabbing THE WHY WORLD'S FAIR sorvlue lock Wagon company, South Bend, Ind., NorthBound.Steamers .

'' 'r4 distance of France's president is illustrated 'SarsaparillaWhen I F. M. C. KADS PaHtnr. in 1893 weighs 9,000 pounds and ban. a are appointed to Rail according to the tide

I e by an episode at the salon of the carrying capacity of 60 tons.-St. Louis. From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston. ), Sundays and Tlmnt
From CHARLESTON, 8. C., -
I4/; ': LM a Champs Elysecs. lIe goes about Paris In doubt, ask for Ayer's Pill PRK8HYTERIAN CHURCH. Republic. For hour of,sailing ace"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville; and Charleston Monday dally and plm],yam, ,

; 1 1 as an ordinary citizen and makes "o Services every 8..t>hath at 11 a.,11.30p.lII. SouthBound.Steamers .
a Attempt at grandeur HuiKlay school at 0:40: / a. in., Clmn. 0101'111101'< .
) y except on state Hunt Prayer meeting, on Wednesday. eveningat are appointed. to sail from Pier 29, East River New York at 3 p. m., a. Ml.iw. .
+ t\\ occasions. On that day he went to the 730. The imlillc, are cordially Invited to attend Education of For CHARLESTOX.S. C., Tuemlavft and Ends
jI + .salon to enjoy the picture unaccompanied mum vrae from Philadelphia.. our lIurv .. For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Tuesdays. slid FnJClyde's ,
( A young miss stopping in the II. M. OOODELL, Factor. -
f but before long. rumor got about countrynear BODY
that the president was there. Now, it .a cemetery answered her mother' St. Johns River Line.
r 1 letter thus: "Dear mamma I don't MIND
happened that a mayor from some provincial BAPTIST CHURCH. ,
) + ; town wan present who WM want to como home. We have a funeral Preaching every second and fourth Sundays, MORALS. (DE BABY LINK)

;4 I )' eager to gain the president's ear, and every day and It's much livelier thanat nlOrnlnlan.1 evening. Prayer Meetmga| every "
} Wednesday evening at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday Steamer "Everglade
thin our house.Philadelphia Record. ; ,
man began to rush wildly through School every Sunday at 9:45: a. m. Also preach- FREE TUITION.
1 1.PI the room. looking for M. Faure. At lug, first Sunday at LaGrange; 8000",18I1nd.y.Oall. .... CAPT. W. A. SHAW
; last in a doorway, he found his entrance Trim.i.iii. DI..a. .Hill. All .are cordially invited to attend. Leaves Jacksonville from foot of Laura Street at 5 a. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays tm I'WIII

# !) blocked by several and Watts-How i ill politics up your way? H. A. OKIOBR Pastor The Sanford Kntedrrlse and Intermediate landings on the St. John's River.
persona ,
f ; Joeing patience, he pushed past them Potto-At the house we are on .a trio Florida Leaves Sanford 5 a.m., and Enterprise B:3U a.m., Mondays and Thursdays for Jacksonx Hie.

Sv i 1 :and elbowed tall metallic basis. :My wife lean toward CATHOLIC CHURCH.
a man out of the
L i; way, exclaiming t "Let me paw. The silver I favor gold and the hired girl Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In Read down. Read up.

: 4 4 president wiabei to Bee mel I It in most la dead In love with the copper.-In- Church building North Titusvllle. Children'inew College Leave 8.30 p. in, ......................... Jacksonville............. .... ........ Ainvo 8.j(),
I dianapolis Journal. catechism at 3 p. m.RKV.. l'IRtlnllai novo ? 8.45 p. in. ...................... .....Palatka.. ....... .................... Leave 914p
Is from the
important J.F. O'BOYLE Rector. supported by ,grants from II 3.00 a. In. ........... ,.............. A.tor.................. ........... .. Step
All tuition student
r.'n "But I am the president and I have rnmont.'lorlila.' males free and to all females. Women .' 4.30 a. in. ...... ............. .....St. FrancisBeresford ....................... .... II hat
not the honor of Th. Can) of HI. Optimism. board with Open families to In town. Men board at .1 5.30 a. m. ............ ............ ........................... II lilts IX,.
1'' o "' replied the other oaln your.:.y, whereupon the "I'd like to be as great an optimist Too Mach to Kapeet. College healthy Mess location.Hall for College'10.00 per month.attends A most all Arrive"> eoo a.a. m m.. :::::::::::::::.::::::::Blue...SanfordEnterprlxe Springs, ...::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: 11Oa 1St

confused an Soakes. He take a rosy view of I indents free of surgeon ., 9.28 a. m................ .... ... .... ... .... ......... ..... .... 9.201
t .mayor was K that he forgot Toy Jobber-Seems tome your charge charge. Military discipline Under .. .. .. ...... .... ........
his mission everything. 1 a graduate of West Point. 1 Four courses of ... .. .. ..... .. ...So. Fla. Railroad Wharf (Sanford) ..... .d23p.
t / and withdrew abruptly. "Oh that is the reflection from his for "liquor for customers" ia enormous. nstruutlon-Agricultural Mechanical Latin
.;San Francisco Examiner. Traveling Sale"man-You Bent me on Scientific and women's. Superior equipment, Cen'l! Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
nose Enquirer. In Laboratories. Given degrees of M. a. and
the road with a great lot of Christmastoys A. B. Iluslness course giving free InstructionIn
r ( { 1k Admitted Error Too Soon. and Christmas tree ornaments?" penmanship, bookkeeping business law, J. A.LESLIE. Supt. JNO.L.HOWARD,Fla.Fr't Agt. F. IRONMONGER' JR., Fla.ran.k
Tough. -
short hand writing and telegraphy.Fall
type- FLA.
'It la very hard to have to go about "Certainly. term Monday October 6th,
Writer-Poet* are born. opens lull THRO. (I. Kooi\it, T. M. A. J COLA General Passenger Agent M. H. Cm r,A.T.I
with IHIHI. For ?
,.Cr a bullet and an ache in your head. "Well you don't suppose a drummercan catalogues giving information
II Editor (gloomUy-Aln't) it tough?- address, 5 HOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
i Still harder is it when your doctor disbelieves sell people Christmas things in July
Detroit Tribune. O. CLUTK Prolll.1ent.Lake WM. P. CLYDE Sc CO., General. Agents.
s .3 the headache and the bullet and without getting them drunk do ?'-
l you ,
City, Florida. 5 Howling Green New York. 19: So. Delaware Avg Phllmlrlplik
y f shuts you up as a lunatic. ThiN happened No Kara. New York Weekly.
S 1 to a young Hamburg confectioner ---.
If Tam O'Bbanter'd! had a wheel. -
} and for HOme he lived in lunatic Bad Not Met Amy
years a The wttcbuH might bave sought him
9' it'i i 1 asylum. Finally he signed. paper to Fro bosky glen to rliiuln burn. "I," said the long haired man "I MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

' i,1' ) the effect that the headache was a fancy Bat ne'er ne'er caught htm. am against money In politics, against RUBBER jTAMPS WHY NOT HAVE YOU

H and the buliet a mere idea and that he But I. by far vobvri r nun it heart and soul. How i. it with yon, WORK DONE BY QUICKCHCAPANOARCLIABU
t ( had got them<<: both out of his head So While rnoudln down the highway, my friend?" TINIILK1EALS: : s Florida New York,

+ they let him go. And now have come Took fright at u wtxi cuuny) thing. "I ain't got against none yet" said BRA ss FIRM. STEEL DIES WA). Philadelphia and Boston.
Wha whirled Ire the
I the remorseless X rays which have disclosed byw.y.Fu' ; the short haired man with the shabby SEALS. BRASSCHECKS..
' ] a bullet in the maa's skull. plain she bore th witchea' sign; whiskers "though the Lord knows TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIE'BIGGEST Sailing from Brnnswlck fin., direct to New Turk
4 '. Cl+ft chin a-iiet wl' laughter, there ain't williner soul earth. LP
i Ought he to be glad or soiry?-.London Jkn Turn'a ate lioniict> on bur head a on STEEL Suyetmlppt PLAN PASSENGER SERVICE.

: Mad. my; jmlr bruin th' clutter. Cincinnati Enquirer. 'Iwasa. PUT Steamer train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depnt'A) )
World,1i s .r. IN THE SOUTH KAIL) ," .'. C. CI'.It.It." on Thursday only 4.08: 1''. ni., Am
ii Sue fast she. sped slang th' wayI Bar Ca..... Grr.: Htunswlck 7:30: i>. m. Passengers going at lime J "" *Ice-
felt that Hhe wan wtunln. steamer.
..I... caughtl" I oriel but on aha went Jack lIardup-Wbat's.. man to do, Through car without transfer, Jack Ol1\'lIIe to Brumvdii,
Ono ReMion.tJhipporly An would na top bur rlnnln. doctor, when he can't eat beefsteak PROPOSED SAILINGS

n u; -"Why are you fellows called "I ;yield the raoet". I cried bat she without getting neuralgia in the Jaws Wanted-An Idea off Wbo some can simple think Lv.Now York, Pier 21 E. R..3:30.cI.: in, (Standard Time.) Lv.Friday Bnm.wil!

{ '' "old salts? Looked round fra o'ur her piddle Dr. Portly-II'ml I'd recommend Protect thing you to wealth patent? AUK...... .. ..... ..... ..........RIO OR\NDK:.. .... .......... ., ... ...Friday. Am
1 Bailor-Ptirhapa, young feller it ia.bocanae Wl blue eyes wide an coolly said. him to change his boarding house.- Write JOHN;r :t'J&U'bG'M..p Attorneys FrtdnyAug,14....... ........ ...............(C'OLOIIAIM) ... .... .. .. ... ...FridayAnl
; l r we 'Rin't fresh.-Truth.D "Wba'a raeln wl yon, laddte," Harlem Life. WMblncton. D. c.,for their throe) orlmn offer Friday, AUK, 21,.....,,..,,..... ..,........RIO ORANDK....... ...... . .. .Frld ). Aw
Chicago Journal. end H.4 of two bu&dred inv moue. wanted. Friday,AUK.2M.......... ................ ...COLORADO .... ........ ........... .....rhl"Prt) !! l
1 J I,, Friday,Sept. 4................... ...........RIO GRANDE.. ........ ................ Friday, Sept|'
lmrd the
9 Ship.
Bddle'a For general Information steamers trains rates etc. apply to any railroad agent!\ or'to
Fanny Question. A.P. MURPHY Trav.Agent Jacksonville I dIAS.1)AVIES.Agent i220 W. Hay tit.Jictam*
Edward watt watching mamma an aha H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick flu.
t brushed the letters of her typewriterwith C. H. MALLORY,General Agent Pier 20, );. River, and Broadway, N. Y.

a brush which she kept for that Things to Make the Thoughtless Think ----

i 1 cr purpose. After looking for a few mo-
r ments he asked. "Mamma are you
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r v cleaning. its teethY"-Youth' Companion. A Boon to Florida !


I' GEMS OF THOUGHT.The ....................... ...... ..................... ..... .................... ............

& 1 instinctive foeliiigof a great people BECAUSE!:his trips more than other riders Water Works for Your Homes "' t

X4& I) in often wiser than the wisest man. ,
; Ills wheel Is lighter. The long chain gives easy move
KoHsuth. ment. The polish of the bearings aids that glide-that Etc. under

!t I :ji Not because I raise myself above easy glide-that pleanos. your own Control
but because I raise
4 something myselfto Art Catalogue 4ota. In Stumps.
something do I myself.-
approve KEATING WHEEL CO., Holyoke. Mass.

I Nothing destroys authority so much YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO

as the unequal and untimely interchange
Captain Cross (to passenger)-Now, i
{ of THE REST.
too far and relaxedtoo
power pressed
f see here, sir I No more of your practical Bacon.
jokes or I'll have yon put in irons. You -
yelled ".Man overboard! and we stopped Sudden resolutions like tho sudden Used with open and driven wells

the ship and fished for ten minutes, rise of the mercury Jn the barometer, springs and lak**. A few minutes workat

! only to pull out a dude.-Chicago indicate little else than the changeableness an air pump delivers the water all
:Jleoord. of the weather.-Hare.
I' over your house with pressure. No cost

operate. No windmill
-- -- ---- -- ----- or overhead

If ', tank. Simple and durable. ." z 4c.

BLACKWELI3 I WANT Write or apply for particulars] to the BU : '!db '

ILSDNp ADVOCATE or toBearing Pneumatic .'iERS'I Sf;: I .-Oi'':

FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow & Co., /or either or f, i'\',
NO 0 HER. Dearinjr, Parslpw & Co., .t.- :-
(Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PAMSLOW, Ma. Ii:
Ta" .L"

.;, I 11111 CIT SFE? Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise. _
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II We purchased In January t the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet DEALERS IN _

music and musical Instruments of The A.' B. Campbell Co. We are closing out F'1I1e: Wizze an.c1: :J:1Q.Ors: :
tho stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full
Hue of the celebrated Conover, New England Schubert and Klngabury Pianos.
We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200: more than we 417, *{;419 W. Bay St.,

ask for thorn : JACKSONVILLE .
Conover K, wal.l .... .. ..f3.10 Hale.| ??.., otrl", fI, mah. .... .. ........$aoo w'h
? style K. eb...... ... ... ..... 3'JII Schubert 19................. ....... 275 Rye and Bourbon Wblsklca from
e o . ... .211 Malcolm Love, wal.......,...... ..... 2So/ to 83.M ....1' pallon.: $1.1$ ,
1 k .i J, wal l. ..... .. ... ... 8x1< Steinway ...b.. ................... 2floKverett Brandies, from $1.15 to 3.75
:: I< u Meb. ... .. ...... .... ...4O : eh.. ... .. ....... Its: per fcallnn.
: : u K. w lMcCiunnmn ..... .. ...... ... ... 323 Kingsbury, style n eb...... ?........ ..... 935 1 Una CT-Mountain a Specialty of North Caro.
\ style W, wal. ... .. awl! .. A.b...... .. ..?... ..... 2mKnabe Dew Corn Whiskey, three
.> :as, inch... . .. Sim Grand ... ............ ..,.. a'oStuyveaant ;years old,*:J.OO per gallon
T.. wID .ad / <. T, wal.. iIlalne ... .. .... ... .. .. 975 eb. ..... ..,.._.. .. ... ITS JUICS-' gal.. 2Scu 3 gal.,36ctt 3 gals ,'
eN aege ,4 4I 1..b.. .... .. .... .. .. .2/11I.!/ wwl.................... 3ooNewsby l I5Ortil. 4
....4. ..... twe beg. Hn.., 6,..b........ ...... ....... 200 & Evans ..b,?.................. 129Ja : Keg- gal. Sit 10 pl..'1.2111 "bbl.. t
and .__.... ......--. .. .. .. 3, eh. ... ..... ... ..... 175 *. M. Star eb.. ............._..._ Ho 'I.M.
.. e II a 3n1&l1.................... talc Morris, joo Parties living In Dry Towns will do
.. .
Elo k
i torn .a. m well to order .
Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and from ns. aa we can save ,
....11.. D...... ..., S beg be them BO per cent on all orders.J + t
w order and them to satisfactory or
put In thorough we guarantee momey re- E.will
r" of tki..el. ......d t.-.- funded. We furnish. stool, scarf instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jack. W.:* Always not open send new money; with orders.

and read the_.).__. t onville; cash or installment Sheet music at half price. Write us. suitable' Jackaonvllle reference accounts Is nnlen given;
; 5.... a .... mt valuable pass t FREYER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No Gouda sent C. O. D. to Dry Town.

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[OR LITTLE FOLKS.A Omaha Want It. Wood Pulp 8ho Heel For Attorney. r' :ZETOTDi. _. w..."...... 'i i
It ia understood that Boston is to One of the latest adaptations of the THE friends. of Col. U. L. Oaulileu -- -- ._-- ----------. ...

make a strong bid for the biennial meeting wood pulp industry ia!' the manufacture announce his name as a candidate :
GIRL TANDEM. of Federation of Women's Clubs iu Haverhill Mass., of shoo heels from for the puHttlou of ProsecutingAttorney The Hotel Fla&> .4
tho t
for Urevard at .
v..enr Shun of San Frmoctcoa In 1898. This was brought to the, knowl- that material" white pine and other Democratic primary elections.county, ." ' In the World. edge of the Omaha Women's club, and kinds being used for the purpose. In JACKSONVILLE, KI.OIUDA. '. .
little Benner brother of the club determined immediately to this the as described .
hough the carrying out art plan
In the center of the city on :Main Street, the dividing lln y.
fladelphia are the youngest tandem offer extra inducements": Boston will consist iu inducing the wood in For UoproseiitatUc.SKU one block from liay.: Everything entirely. new. Elegantly f\

ra on record, San Francisco has the not provide entertainment for the delegates the usual way in digesters after which .ISTIAN, FLA., May 7, l$ld. /Superior Cuisine and Service. Hus meets all trains. Terms _
lor of producing the youngest and no ; but will merely furnish meetingroom the pulp is put into a tank and mixed upwards. /Special rules by tho week. N. I.. \VA
the speediest girl tandem scorch- etc. The Omaha club voted unanImously with the substances for imparting: to I hereby announce myself a candidate ,.
ibt to entertain all the before the Democratic! pitmiiry election .... ..._
delegatesthat ,
heel stock the necessary; requirements ------ ------ --- -- -
for l potation of member of the
here are few cyclers who visit thek might go there. The ladies were such us alcohol litharge 1 tar degraa HoiiDOof. Representatives of the IjOginlatutu -
| who have not seen tiny Clotilde of tho opinion that this was a practical and fish glue a thorough mixing of ut the :State of Floild.l.It. : Grand View Hotel "

i her tinier sister Laurine Devany thing to do for the city an well as an these with the pulp being followed by A. IIAHDEK.: .,. :
km ted on a miniature "bicycle built opportunity to express its good will toward snaking the same u day: or two HO that

[ two." flying along the roadway with the federation and will instructits the fiber may bt penetrated when another -

i speed and nonchalance of trained delegates to invite the, federationwith application of materials occurs. For County Judge.To -

.'ra Their tandem with its 24 inch tho understanding that all delegates; The object at this stage is to harden the the of lircvard County FLORIDA
.('Is and low frame, weighing in all will be entertained. "WcHtern popular- pulp somewhat! so that it can be rolled }Peoplu TITUSVILLE.
i than 25 pounds is a thing of beauto ity" must not be permitted to degenerate iuto thick sheets and handled, shellac I am n candidate: 'again for again the positionof anbmitmyself
County JIIt'lto.nll.1
which are added the youthful into an empty phrase.-St. Paul and borax accomplishing this, the pulp to the Demoointlo pitmailuH. If

III and grace of the fair riders.: Olobo. then having the consistency of cement.At 1 ant again lI"mlnltOllanoi: elected, I \\lllendeavor RE-OPENED UNDER JEW MANAGEMENTTho

Inch HpocnUtiou hue been caused by Aatld.... Agitation. this point slaked lime is put in, to serve tho whole people as I ,
ir free and easy riding as to just and aa this hardens when dry the pulp have tiled' to do in the past and I shall
lat speed they could make but not Fashionable women in London ore must be rolled into sheets and rut into over be (ji; 'iituful for the support you ofllce will Ito In charge! of the Lessee, ":
agitating a new league, which has the heels btfora the hardening taken pluou. have given mo In the bygone years,
worthy motive of preventing extravagance : The pulp is now drawn from the tank in whether tile putty shall deem) mu worthyof As an "All-the-year-round" House. < -....
t in dress and even limiting the sheets it being just thick enough, there renewed favor: or not. I fool that 1
number of dresses a woman shall buy being specially arranged/ rollers and ad- have, not been Able, though I have Bono A First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel.

in one year providing, of course she justuieuts at the bottom of the tank. for my bunt, to fully deserve the trust you
becomes a member. So many women series of have generously, pl.icod: In me hitherto, A for of
effecting thia A pressures and I otlYimyself again for office \\llh n carriage, the convenience guests, meet all trains
dross beyond their means to keep pace
through press rollers reduces! the sheet to hope duly mixed with humility.

with their more favored is associates that the right thickness and tho sheet is next MINOlt H. JONES:/ .-. G-. n.L!+':1' ..
this "autidresa league" proposed asa placed quickly upon the bed of u cutter.
sort of maixtle of charity to cover a The wheels are now started, and in a moment Titusvllle }'II\., May\[ :a.'i; 'llti.( of Hotel ilu Nil, Sarn.r.J..1. .

small dress allowance with fashionable the platen fulls, forcing a hundred
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rule --
respect! and bring about an average or more cutters upon the sheet F4/L''rmtX, Collector.I -
,r r w for dress which shall govern the richer each shaping out a heel.-New York j
aa well aa the poorer members of so- Ledger. hereby announce! myself OH a candidate l iAl'l'EItSETTE.INDIAN' .
ciety. The success of this enterprise is for ru-cloctlon to the office of
: has ever been made because their side of London'. Landowner. Tax Collector, subject to the decision of '
to be but the amusing :
yet seen, ::: : :: RIVER: 230TEZ,1
Ilier has always frowned upon thea it is that the women who are the most The oldest landowners in Middlesexare the Denioeiiitlc primary eleetkui.IScspeutfully ,.

( cautioning the little tots at all enthusiastic workers in tho, cause keep the ItuKsells, and it may be convenient yours.

lien against overexertion. very clour of it themselves.-London to begin with them in giving Home K.: W. HALL.
Sometimes, however quite unoon- Correspondence. account. of London's greater landlord TITUSVILLE.
(ouBly they develop uncommon speed At the dissolution of tIle religious ? >a
for of their daily spins, American Tor Tux Collector.announce r "' Indian Ilivor.Fla. .
pn i out one A Fainoa houses the garden of the abbey at ,_. .
Inch never fails to attract attention. Miss Enid Vandell whose sculpturing Westminster and the lauds belongingto -.

fined, for children whose combined is just now attracting a. great deal it wax granted by Edward! VI to hit I Hel'cwllh myself a candidate f .l,feu ....... .
s is only 13 years their riding isuderful of attention is president of the American uncle the Duko of Somerset::) and upon for the olllco of Tax Collector. -- -
[ that of Lauriue especially Art association of Paris. She has a his attainder came back to tho crown. If the voters of Ilievard! county decide' .r. A. IlAPPEliSC'rT11:

she is scarcely 5 years old. studio in the Impasse du Main. She is Then in May 1052, wo find a patent to give mo their\ mippoit I will endeavor MANAUKU.. :

_ Du occasions the elder brother of a native of Louisville went to Paris to granted to John earl of Bedford, of conducting to justify every the office conlldenco In placed biistnosM-llko mn, -
: a
jrse two little record breakers who is study and ban made a wonderful success. the convent garden lying iu the parish manner. Very inspoetfully Open All I The Year.. 'i,
self far from being 10 years old ale Two statuettes one of her sister of St. Martin's-iu-the-Fields! with seven LEWIS 1). LOCKWOOD.
Lnates with Miss Clotilde aud occnM and the other of Hiss McPherson of acres. called LouR Acre of tho yearly ,
the elevated seat behind pert andy Washington, were accepted by the art value of .lU: Os. Bd. The right to the (
Lanriue. He is n clean out straight exhibit now in progress. Those statu- market which hud come to be held here For County Clerk. ?Ims t, p a nasal t a d4m* gm ,, R'IIYiSm, n iuntl'rl 1 ..s walk from a Railway Htutlons -

ibod little chap and his strengths ettes are in platine and bronze and are was granted by Charles II to William and Steamboat J'i
for toward relaxing the work lined In word letters in again offer myself as n candidate for 1 i l
i about 12 inches in height. earl of Bedford by patent I i wn WPI. dtl I.I I i qpp i IngN. a'i
upon his younger sister when the this work ia the revival of a lost art. 1871. At the present day the gross rev re-election'to the olllco of County f Ifl '' 'hl a On tho bank of thofarfamud

Id i in steep and difficult.-San Fran. Some years ago some statuettes were unearthed enue derived from it is siiid to be somewhat Democratic Clerk, subject to the election.decision of the Indian KUer, ,

co i Examiner. at Teuegra which were pore over 25,000: a year a considerable primary
traits. These works of Miss Yaudell are portion of which sum is laid out A. A. STKWAUT. UN'J:: :>h7R N'E'VV" :J.W.A.N': ".A.G-E1\sEJ.SrT.: '

Bobtail Tennl perfect reproductions of tho models even in market expenses. Besides Covent .. .. .
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|Here Is a new game invented by two to colors and life tints.-Paris Cor Garden the Russell family possesses

stern boys They have named it''bob- respondence.The. considerable property in the districts of For Sheriff"
Ill 1 tennis and it is played with a I Bloomsbury and St. Giles.Chnmbers'Journal. :: t STANTON HOUSE.
hereby announce myself u candidate
|tt wooden paddle bat something like a Voting; QnmHoo. I I '
for tile otllce of iShorltY of Brovarcl e
Ills racquet The bat is 18 inches A prominent citizen of Anbnrndale -
County }Florida subject to tho notion
ug, and in the oval or paddle part of Mass., suggests the. following considerations of time primary elections, and respect = D. J. Proprietor .
o> bat nine holes an inch iu diameter : "Five years ago I wan taken MO ill fully ask the support of my fellow citi JONES -',
i bored. One of the boles is exactly in It is very frequently put forth ua a with rheumatism that I wan unable to zens. .1
|e middle and the others are arrangedeven conclusive argument against tho votingof / do any work," writes Peter Christensen Jos. P. nnowx. Rates $2.00 per day Special Terms' to
distances around the sides of of /Sherwood, WIs. "I took three boxes of i
that not capable
women they are :
City Point Fin, May 12, 'ltd.For .ii.:
Pills and cured.
Ayer'a was entirely
about two inches from the
a paddle military duty. But there is an argument g Families
e D
of Since that time, I always keep them in _. I ,
1(0. also against the voting men the house" to take.DON'T _ '"
I The middle hole is numbered 0 ando which it Boeiiis to me, ia equally if not They are easy Sheriff ,

other holes aro numbered 20, 25 and more conclusive. Let us put the two Two Minutes Walk from Central ':

p, according to the location. At the arguments one against each other and my lends' Insisted I on mo to announce Depot ,1 ,
[id of the bat opposite the handle is a see how they appear. Thus : STOP TOBACCO. AU myself as a candidate for 7
Ting two or three feet long, and toke Women cannot bear arms; therefore the otllcu of Shell on the Kepnbltcun CHATTANOOGA, TENX.
free end of the string a wooden ball they should not vote. HOW TO CURL YOURSELF ticket I herewith ask tho support of my
1 tied. This ball is somewhat larger in Men cannot bear children; therefore friends and those who think I am fit for --- --.----------.--.--. .. ., -- .
ameter than the holes are so that it they should not vote.Boston Woman'sJournal. WHIMS U8INO IT. said office H. 0. STAKC1C.!

lill not drop through. The tobacco habit grows on a man Malabar, Fla., Aug. ::11. 'Ufl. Travelers' Hotel .-

1 The object of the game is to throw until his nervous system is seriously af .. .
pe ball in the air and so catch it upon Expert Women Shot..
pe bat that it will lodge in one of the The Minneapolis Gun club has two fected Impuiiing health, comfort and For TaxI Assessor. 'I .'

Vies. Should the ball stick in the mid- women among its members Mrs. W. P. happiness. To quit suddenly Is too severe hereby announce myself as a candidate Bay Street, Jacksonville Fla.:
la hole it counts nothing if it falls In Shattuck and Mr*. Ii!. S. Johnston and a shock to the system, as tobacco to far re-election to the olllco of

1-0 hole it counts 20, and so OUT Should they take active part in the contests at an Inveterate user becomes a stimulantthat Tax: Assessor of Itrovard county subject I ,,'.

la ball fall out of a hole immediately the traps. Both have beaten their husbands his system continually craves. to the action of the ;pilmary elections. ,
Iter lodging iu it no score is made. in contests at 16 yards. Mrs. Dayof "B.ico-Cnro" Is a scientific euro for the Soliciting the support of nil, I remain This Hotel is now under new management

I Any number may play the game and the Central Gun club has done he tobacco habit, In all Its forum, carefully your obedient servant, _
I is not Wl'it looks. The ob- toward boating other clubs J. F. WOOTEN
so simple share gun ,
compounded after the formula of an and has been
let of the string is to keep the ball from in matches. She is a young woman and thoroughly renovated throughout :
who has
Berlin usedIt
filing/ to a distance and it complicates bears herself in a way that shows she ,
e game somewhat by jerking the ballk thoroughly enjoys the spurt in his private practice since 1872 For School: Superintendent.

suddenly when least expected. without a failure. It Is purely vegetableand that thorn is a certain sense ===_==_. '
bis is a fine game for a rainy afternoon A Famous Riunlan Woman. guaranteed perfectly harmless. You FEELING that forbids. our present

i the house and any boy can make one Mme. Kerachbaumer, who has been ran use all the tobacco you want while /Superintendent; of Public Instruction Bus moot all Trains, and 1 Electric Curs pass door. Bath rooms and aUk

F the bat .Chicago Record. appointed to the chair of opthalmologyin using "Baco-Curo." It will notify you from announcing himself for re-election Conveniences on every llpor.RatesAmerlcan .

oJoe'. Angleworm Farm. a medical college for women at Ht. when to atop. We give a written guar- to take time this nbove-namod position friends C>pen. Ali the Yed'
Petersburg is the first woman professorin opportunity of placing the r. -
[ Joe Crewdye is a Maine boy who has Russia. She is a Russian by birth antee to cure permanently any case with name of Mr. Jno. II. Sams before the : Plan, $2 to $2.5O
; European 6Oc.
angleworm farm. He started it atar but she married an Austrian physician three boxes, or refund the money with 10 voters of lirevard for re-nomlnatloll At Special Rates by the Week. $ l.OO: J'

ago and has made nearly f 100 by with whom she founded an eye infirm- par cent l Interest. "Daco-Ctiro" Is not a the coming primary election.'

felling worms to city men who go flsh- ary at Salzburg in 1875. Since then she substitute but a scientific cure, that Titusvllle May Oth, iSOO.) FINLEY & MORROW, Proprietors ,;

pg in the lakes and streams of the has been engaged in conducting this in- cores without the aid<< of will power and --- -----_. ---- -- .-
entry in which Joe lives. stitute. She studied chiefly in Switzer with no Inconvenience. It leaves the
The worm colony Is kept in a large land. For County Treasurer HOTEL MELBOURNE Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof }Hotel.
__ ___ system as pure and free from nicotine an
OK, which covers the floor of an old ,
td. Joe filled the box with soil to A way to utilize one's collection' of the day you took your first chew or

itbin 18 inches of the top. He and his bangles., now no longer insisted on by smoke. To the Voters nt the Democratic Primaries Hotel Geneva '
others began, gathering the wormst fashion to be worn on the wrist is to : MELBOURNE, Indian River FLORIDA. ,

year during the fall planting and use them" umbrella handles. Three or Cured 1>y JInco-Ciiroaiul (,loaned hereby offer myself ns a candidatefor
) thinks he put more than three bar- four welded together at intervals are Thirty I'ounds. I reflection to the ofllce/ of Treasurer Open all the year round. Good FishIng Cor. Foriyth and Cf.Ur Ht...
H Is of the fish bait in the angleworm easily and inexpensively mounted in of lirevard County. I refer to Hunting and Yachting. Rates
uonbator. this way. From hundreds of testimonials, the record during the past; and, if nil'i .2,60ond upwards. ,..Jacksonvllle> Fla. /
The worms thrived and increased in ___ originals of which are on file and opento will give to the duties of the office tho' "J'
her even during the cold days of Miss Frances Graham French and inspection the following is presented: same illgnnt: attention and watchfulcare Proprietress, Miis. C. J. If rcron. Modern Improvements, Baths, etc., on ,
Mrs. Delva Lockwood have been chosen ns In the past. Every floor Uns and Electric ,
when the thermometer went Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark., Jan. 28, '95.)
Your servant, Lights, Passenger Elevator.
own to delegates from the Woman's National Artistically
| 25 Fishermenpave
orders zero. Press association to the international Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., La AIITIIUK T. FEASTEU. High GlassGarpetings and JCIcgimtly Fur
for the worms with the gro- .
Crease Wm.-Gentlemen : For forty v
>rymau ia the little town near Joe's congress for women's work to be held S
t home deliver- in Berlin Sept. 1927. years I used tobacco in all Its forms. For < Rates
and the worms are For County Treasurer per Day from $2.00 to 300.
I 1 of that time I
to the anglers. Joe sells his worms twenty-five years was a
Ml a quart and he guarantees his An essential article that should be great/ sufferer from general debility and Weekly]t.te.on A pullrittlon.Bp .

alt' to be good big which will found in every kitchen is a vegetable heart diseaoe. For fifteen I triedto .cUl HHtot ,
worms celery and years TlTUSVILLK, FtA., Aug. 2S, 06. for th. Hiiiiiiner.ED. "' .
brush. Lettuce spinach
mpt the most cunning fish to take the quit, but couldn't. I took various
ook. many other vegetables way be cleaned the republican convention hold at L. OWENS, Prop.
than with remedies Rmon others, "N-T-JJ&C." AT Melbourne the 18th H. E. CLARK
with Inst. I
The boys in the neighborhood say that much more readily one "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Don nominated for the on office of treasurer was
hands county
the ,
then one of the Crewdye: boys plays on ble Chloride of Culd." etc., etc., but without solicitation on '
In mouth organ the worms work them- High collars have much to answer, none of them did me the leant bit of part, but being any so nominated I have concluded my- IATHING THE TEAR MUM*
*l Ives out of the dirt and wriggle and but do not all you prize your beauty good. Finally, however I purchased a to accept the honor, as my 38 West Bay St.,
nninn as though they enjoyed the mo- wear them too tight tint you may expect box of your "llaco-Curn, and It has linn always been that the office Jacksonville
Jo. Joe says they do nothing of the to have not only a discolored neck entirely cured me of the habit In all Its mould seek the man-not the man the Florida, awr
Prt. for he form and I have increased thirtypounds office shall follow the -a;
does not know bow to playa but red and hf ad ohes. I not usual custom
a none In and relieved Announces the of his
i mouth orgaa.-Excbang weight am from by making a persona] canvss of the opening Spring yvM rwucr="" a M

It is not known that rats cannot resist all the numerous action and pains of county; but If the voters In their judgment Stock of select and exclusive patterns of /ItW'Jf1'f0.MA.rLA '
mind. I could
....... 1'b1.p. sunflower seeds. A trap baited with body a quireof should see fit to elect me, I shoulddo iON.C3 IF' lEACH raft AfUY.? RNDI!
changed feelings and
paper upon my
The influences of little things are a* these seeds is the mottt effectual method condition. my best to perform the duties of the fine grade Carpetlngs. and Mattings.Rugs .

1 and a* constantly about us M the' of catching them. : Your respectfully) P. II. MARHURV, office ability.honestly and to the best of my !I and Shades In all sizes and colors. .Bp.g|.l r..tor.. ..t Coronndor MOderate ?

we breathe or the light by which I Pastor C. I'.Church, Clayton, Ark. rates, solid comfort, no ostentation- 4;
P a ri see. These_ are the small-tho often Iave Brabant ban written four new Sold by all druggists at 11.00 per box; THO. T WETMORC.: Send for Samples and Frlces, and you good fishing, good cooking
the almost nnthought of songs for Harrigau's "Marty il..lone. 'three boxes (thirty days' treatment), will be pleased.
ands which.. inweaving and twirt- Their catchy title are "&..annah 2.5O, with ironclad written guarantee Hall's Hair Renewer contains the natural -
-What da need In the et
by millions to bind us to character. Mullane "The or sent direct receipt of price. you way:
Sue -Pretty Mary ,. upon food and color-matter for the hair, envelopes, note and letter hoods bill
-Tryon Edwards. Hole In the Wall" and "The Pride of Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka and medicinal herbs for the scalp, curing AWNINGSFor heads statements .
tags, cards, eta P"
the London Stage." and Chemical Boston Mass Mfg..Co., La Crosse WIs., grayness, baldness, dandruff and scalpsore We shall be glad to have a share of yoar-
your Store or Residence. work.



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, I J .. this committed for county commlR lon- Highest of all Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report
, For Sale
ors, and' that said election shall bo held THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM
",1'1" /=
q; according to the rules lately established
. "" lasts
,' Common and fancy pinenppl for holding the primaries, and the various
1 Korty acres to select L''u and
from precinct committees shall hold and
I q : nether' citrus trees. supervise said election In their respect Pd.sOLIJTEILY Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
f JAMES Mot..IEM, ive precincts.On DY

.' ,/'Jenmin, Fla. motion, It was ordered that the LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE
I' present precinct committee men be and ,
are continued In ofllce, and they are directed -
1 1 Fa- cy 1'liionpple IMniitn. to hold' tho side election above
J l provided for. PIJRE We have for sale a large list of careful'
i Hardy without shelter .
1 I vigor" grown "
On motion, the committee
adjourned, .
P '
\ to ------ -- Indian River Properties.
; / .' Prices on application selected
: subject to call of chairman.N.
? I
\1 i'i. ,,,;v* K.: U. B. TYNDAM, I Send tho ADVoCATE office and
r N. PENNY: Methodist Kiitcrtiilimiciit. to Sale Lands of the Florida
r '': t i"' ?1 1'27f\\al'Gmo. Waveland, Fla. Secretary: get free Information respecting the new Agents* for of Coast X,>,
t :t >'i(,.! waterworks system for houses, farms, Canal and Transportation Co.
,' The following Is the of
1. V' programme
, tt ,\ ;. ",:,Sfci''::I"': C'OMHIllt) James Mott, SchuHtlnll Nt ClncliinatiiH It)'. entertainment to be given by tile ladies etc.said to No be overhead a fine tanks invention.used. Circulars This is CANAL LA.rvI: : >S.
t of the Methodist church at the Grand
\ sent to of the south, free.
,, 4 d\ finds Nursery' for or an go, lemon Mr. W. W. Russell Informs us that View hotel this (Friday) evening, following any part Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Count,
pN }''i ;, u And "papa fruit trees,' grape vines BndJlfarshal over one mile of the track for the above / which Ice cream and cake will be Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co
l Nlol rOlle served! : Singing by Mrs. B. B. Pyles, and other Low Priced Lands. '
j'' /i l ,t JA.MKH MOTT, railroad has boon laid, and the work l Is Misses Leila\ 'Anthony, Daisy Brady, Flor- Foil first class shoemaking and repairingcall
Winter llavou, Tin.IMaiio being pushed forward as rapidly as pos ence Vanlandingham, Mamie and Fannie on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
i sible. Eleven carloads of Iron are now Ray; recitations by Miss Addle Sams Titusville, Fla. Shoes madeto
ii i and Mr. Dwight Compton; reading by order in fine style. Titusville. Florida.
,' for Bale.A on hand at Sebastian for this purpose. MIsH Susie Brown and Miss Venetla
r' After it Is all laid, the work of digging 1'1 mil. The exercises will conclude witha
J tine, mahogany, square piano for tho thirty-four miles of canal for the taking little pallor dialogue entitled
'b sale In Tituwvlllo; cost f 500; will soil for "The Census Taker." Free to all.] Come Ghaffee
of the land for farms will &
1 eu } 1 i #::!(OO)() cash, or on time. drainage out and enjoy a pleasant evening and S. ft C
f For and will be one of the largest and
y ,f further pur titulars address, help a good\ cause. I If
, /' PIANO, most desirable undertakings that has 1Fred
'1))'. 41'' Cine of ADVOCATE, boon Floilda.Tlie f
TUB:: Indian River hotel barber shop has TITUSYILLE
; il Titusvlllo, Fin.j 1868.JACKSONVILLE FLU
' VegUII'antf'e ,
' j, $1 i' the bust workman In the county. \ Pharmacist. '
1 i i Titusvillo Ice Plant satisfaction to all our cus 1 FLA.
'i' Fruit' A Van ted. tomers. II. S. Meadow, prop. A Complete Assortment of

l' Has had to suspend operations for the
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Ripe, or nonily ripe plnoapplos; also present In order to effect some repairs.Mr. ...:}- PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundri
' p ( guavas, mangoes, Bugiir-appliiH, alligator; For Winter of 1897.
,1 poasr, limes, banana and other tropical \ T. T. Wetmore Informed us that the
4 L +, w, and BOini-troplcal fruits wanted. The making of Ico would be resumed as soon -.38 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. E+.
( i highest market price paid. as pOHuible, but could not say when, as Choice Budded Florida Grape Fruit
Orange and careful attention to all mail orders.
1'' Address, U. c.! Mains, fruit dealer, 2.iry1' ; i 1ifj'JWe give prompt
and would ,
'' fixings had to be sent for take
1 Hogan: street, Jacksonvillo, Fl.i.KKt
:. some little time to arrive ,here and be Trees. We want your trade. Give us a trig,
and Lemon
.---- placed in position. The stock of Ice on

e, l>Iliilieil 1H8.1. hand Is not large, but as the weather Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies 1'oifuam'
has turned much cooler It l la thought First-class and True to Name. Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
Strictly !Irr Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps
L. BARBOT & CO. It will be sufficient to meet the demand

I ,1c1 until more can be manufactured. Also Peach, Plum and Pear Trees, Grafted Persimmons!, Strawberry Plants, Roses,

} General Commission. And in fact everything grown in a first-class Nursery.
ee :c
r 'v' '. Examination at Orlando. Write for prices or call on EJL.. : ,
1'1' ; I S3 GEO. II. WRIGHT, Orlando, Fla. -. -
ith I: i t \. S3 ...,... 8
% I ,1 ., t' \ a..,.. = c; IB Archdeacon D. F. Brown returned on Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed FenimI r,
i I =33 i Wednesday from Orlando, where he was ,
; Y.'l'' ;1'"r\' cS ii engaged/ with the Rev. J. J. Andrew for Prompt. Reliable.' Responsible. call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

a I, j J! 329 & 331 1 ;;Yd>as St., "" four two days candidates last week fof In the the examinationof permanent -A- B- nxxE -TTIjIj S5 CO., St.nplc Ac I tMicy OorooerieM! Frul

'' 'i S'-;' ;I NEW ORLEANS, dlaconate of the church, and two for And Food ProductsOf
I' the priesthood. The two deacons will Wholesale -
J: H J\1\ \ LA. All Kinds. Also My Stock of
remain In secular business and
'4 ,o I V t, "i.,,1\.4.:\ 'f t "k' I REFKRKNCEl. E{!( Cftnul Metropolitan Jlank.I Dank themselves, yet doing work support as dea- Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.Our Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal,
I ,
I I'I'j; -j:; i\l ( Coiuiii iiurciul Agenda con One of those gentlemen Is the ,
; .
\ superintendent of tne water works at; Ground Food and Wheat.I
'1 Y 'J Orlando, and has! done excellent work for Peas Potatoes am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above lire
Specialties :Oranges, Lemons, Apples!, Pineapples, ,
r t ; :I I IMibllc Speaking In Tltusvllle. many years of! as the a lay Sunday reader school.and suporlntondont The- Onions, Grapes, Nuts, Limes, Guavas, Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Honey, etc. .I Goods.patronage.I buy close Very, and truly will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and lollyour

/ 1 other Is a retired army officer, and as References:-T. II.SlIghi Lady Lake, Fla.; W. M. Williams, shipper, Frultland, :&7. L. :BRADY: .
"I ; t Senator Pasco and State Supt. Sheath lay reader has largely contributed to Fla.; The Trade In Write or wire for prices.

y it I ,n, r,I addressed a fair-sized audience from the building a church at Avon Park. 106 1 Main Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

ti r "'.' J.. bond stand at this place last Saturday l K3T" Hotels Supplied on short notice with anything on the market.. A good :DwARD: : : 'I'ILING.' ...
f; night. The Senator, who was Introduced From Suwaiinoe River to Sav- stock always on band, at lowest price.

,I If by Col. D. L. Qrtuldon, after discussing annah. Ooooa. FJ.or1.Cl.a: ,

,II ,::4 ');''r.. 'to: the Republlqan party, Its nils-
lI iI. J and the of Its DEALER INWood ........
l i! \ management hopelessness The steamer Louise, of the Suwanneo The NewSeldon
I d. ji condition In this tate to-day, turned I1Is'I' River Steamboat Co., arrived here from and Metallic
is ''I'' ,; : attention to the financial question, glv. Suwannoe River on Tuesday, in com

'to ing a fdioit sketch of the financial bintory mand of Capt. E. L. Magruder, with Dr. Door

11 of the United States, and stating Eugene Brainard as chief .engineer, on Cypress Company, Coffins and Cask t ,
that the demonetization of silver
was her way to Savannah, 'Ga. She contin-

1 Ii;, ro ,, I the only explanation given of the present ued on her course Wednesday, but expected :PALATIi.EL: :F'IIZ-.A.
.. i financial distress In the lie "
\ country. to remain at New Smyrna long
Zino and lined cloth covered l Is udor
wood caskets. Thin
Copper department
October 1st 1800 turn the steam to
Will, on
I"", ,.I quoted from the platforms! of the Dem enough to have her hull scraped) and the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer using tl
h if} cratlo party, defining honest money na other minor details attended to. Capt. One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Blind most improved methods of embalming. All orders by mail or'wire receive promp;
attention. EDWARD STILING,
: gold amlsllvel' coin of the United States, Magrnder'H/ wife and family wore onboard .
; h t rJ:) find contrasted them with those of the also a Miss\ Fries, of Cedar Keys. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States. Cocoa, Indian River, Fa

Il II :.t Republican l party. After some remarks The Louise Is making her trip on the

jt l !1 on the passage of the Sherman law, the Inside water route where practicable. And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
: 1. f FI present financial I policy of the Republican years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best THE DECANTER.
and the Jupiter Inlet possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
patty/ Indianapolis convention Opened. -
i J"" Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc. -
i t Senator I'usco closed his
speech .
--- ------- & :Renaker
I of \11"I'' with an appeal to electors to vote the After a short but somewhat arduous Lesley ,

straight Democratic ticket throughout. work Jupiter Inlot Is once more opon to
I \ Mr. :Shouts, who followed, confined his navigation. At tho outset bad weatherwas Phoenix, The St. Augustine Cycle Co. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and IMslfo,,

i a, speech, mainly, to the three following encountered, which greatly Impeded Union Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.

\, i points' : 1st.-Why every friend of good the operations, but when the set had Has the best line of wheels I A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.

,'. I': I government should support the Democratic calmed the work was rapidly pushed =g Diamond Family and hotel trade solicited.! Prompt and careful attention (riven to nut
I party. 2nd.-Why lie was In'I' through to completion, the entire male and sundries in the state. All orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKEH,Titusville,Ftt
: favor of the free and unlimited of ofllo a Excels. :"
a coinage population Jupltor, government a -
i Kinds of bicycle repair work
t of silver. 3rd.-Why the Democratic lals, tourists and negro convicts all work- :. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Imposition,
'I' 5'' party In the south should remain solid Ing together In their endeavors to com and other Ladiesand neatly done. Atlanta,Oa., 18U5.THEG.fl.HAfflOND.

I ,' lie .scored the Republican party unmercifully plete the work while the weather was Gents in Stock. F. W. BEERS, Prop.
:! computing tho expenditure of I propitious. Capt. Sackott, who was, COMPANY

public ,moneys under republican and detailed from the government engineer'soffice 1
b under'democratic rule, making especial at St. Augustine to inspect the GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.

note of tho advance In educational linos operations and accept the work when
under the latter. After expressing his finished, was one of the hardest workers S.9

views on the financial question, Mr. with the shovel. Tho Inlet Is about 73' Wholesale Dealers In-
'I i Slicats spoke on tile subject of cooduatton feet In width, and the mean depth of >> Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago/ [fi4.

( of colored and white children, water at high tide Is! eight feet, and five Groceries Fruit. aril: Jod.Loe. Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
131 and 133 Jaat!: Boo, Street and J>3 Mini 95 Newnan Street
describing It as! a crime against God, feet at low water.
J'e>t os fsonviilo: ,. I :lr'J.ox-l.Cl.a.' :
4 and bitterly denouncing the religious Special Low Prices on Canned Meats.
Indian River Hand.
I i papers: to and dictate denominations to us how wo that should presumed ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY, I

run our schools. Mr. Shoats! closed: his The above organization was disbanded Write i for>> :JE>:roofi .

K remarks with the statement that lie by mutual consent last Friday night, but TO GROWERS:-Let us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege-
{ under tables. Returns prompt and sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow
I b believed Bryan had boon chosen by God Immediately ro-organlzed a new
l'elll.Vrlte us for our wholesale price list of groceries.

a t ft hands!* the deliverer of the money of his country kings and from pluto the beIng constitution elected and loader by-laws and,general W. II. Young mana MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. LANDS for Lemons, Grape Fruit & Pineapple

crats. ger; W. T. Avera, president; Wm. M. IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES, FLORIDA.In .

1 5 Brown, honorary president; Chas. Will- HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ?
Uciuocrntlc Executive Committee lams, vice-president; R. E. Minis! jr., order to induce the Culture of Citrus! Fruits in the Counties named, the

Proceedings.The has secretary a membership and treasurer.of fifteen The, and band several now FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. will, for the next 9 months, make a Seduction

It not don't think ought to have one ? I have got the Five Minute Counties,
applications! have been received from you you of Twenty-five Per Cent on Price of Its Lands in Above ,
new executive committee of the White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, at the following prices!, via! : 139*
democratic met at Titusville other young/ men in town who wish! to OR UNTIL DECEMBER 15th,
to notice party on the 14th Inst.,, pursuant the become members, so that It will be seen 1 quart at ., ...... .........., ... ... ,.. ..., ..... .... .$ 1.30 each. U- For terms! and Prices apply to
following memisen being present! : Thou. 2 quart at. .. .... .. ... .. ,.. ... .. ... .. .. ... .. .. .. 1.50 each. D. C. SUTTON or W. R. MOSES. West Palm Beach, FIJ-
Johnson M.\ S. Same, S. S. Jones, N. N. the organization Is filling Its ranks and 3 quart at. .. ... .. ,.. ..... ......... .. .... ... ... .. 1.80 each. W. C. VALENTINE, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
rr.' to l'enny, F. C. Poppell, A. N. Mathls (by has every prospect of becoming a strong 4 quart at. ,.. ,......... ... ...... ....... .. .. ... 2.20 each. F. S. MORSE, Miami, Fla. or to
\\Irj V; proxy), J. M. Minor, C. R. Creech, T. J. Institution. Under the leadership of These! prices! are only good until the stock Is!! exhausted Keep your eye on JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner. .
f IleStenben (by proxy),. The committee Mr. Young, who is very enthusiastic In this Bargain Column. ST. AUOTJSTINEFITHE : .,\
Will called to order by Minor $. Jones .
!, this work and well able to maintain the

I secretary to of organize old committee by electing, and Thos.proceeded position! he holds, the band must assuredly THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART c--.....

I Johnson chairman; N. N. Penny, secretary advance with rapid strides, and will ,
: I and M. S. Sums, treasurer. In time, we hope, be the best in the Tread. GEO. WIEDEMAN BREWING COMPANY
: ili On motion, a working committee oft state. In about two or three weeks' Made for Sandy Soil, Having *. *" *" ,

'!1 live was instituted, and the chairman, time, the band will again commence giv- Brewers of Fine Extra b06
secretary and treasurer, and S. S. Jones FOR SALE BY Beers Standard lager
'\ and C. R. Creech were elected such com ing open-air concerts, and they will be ,

mlttee. rendered after that time at regular periods. EDWARD STILING.The ....-.--_.._.. ."...._....- THOS. A. BETHEL Manager. Bridge St.
On motion, it ordered that side
was a The ADVOCATE: Joins with our

'r'" next election, the be held on the nation of election Nov. citizens in wishing the Indian River Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. ;% ti% a men: Brows Jaolllaeonville,. p iorida'
being 10 dozen Amber _, .. ..... .,
day, in the various voting precincts In Band every success.Remember pints, 0 .. .... .., .. .. .. ... 0 $9:
the various county commissioners' districts suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-ln. tread; A size larger 10 dozen pints White .... ...... >

; of the county respectively) to the ADVOCATE does all suitable for Pineapple Plantations, tread. t.-bbJa. beer. ... .. .... ..... "....'. ...... 0 .. 0 o' 2. .
li determine who shall be recommended by kinds of Job Printing. < COCOA Indian River. FLORIDA. '_bb Ja. beer'Go .. .. ......... 0 ... 1.50.

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