Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
October 9, 1896
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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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1. 3. ISTo. 9. TITUSVILLE. IT'JL.A.' FRIDAY' OCT. 9, 1896. 'I, \. Price, 5' : +,.+ ,,


>CAL NEWS -Orlando Quai'terman, of Chester Mend<< This Column Carefully. -Mr. 'V. II. U. CHeason, of Eau: Gal- Over. $1UOOFor Fencing. More 1)rodg .ig. t
Shoals, was in town yesterday.Mr. Ho, wall In town Wednesday.Miss .

opicK of General Interest. II. Walton, of Clifton, paid our LorAf. Anvrs. Ten Cents Per Line, Per Albino<:llllel' spending a day Among othOl'lmpl'oVemt'ntR along tho President (}(}o. F. Mlles, of the East
burg a short visit this week. Week, on this" (front) page. or two with li or friend Mis. H. :S. Will. Florida Kant Coast Railway we notice Coast LineCanal) anil TransportationCo. ,

land. General. Oonnlp In connection -Mr. and Mrs F. T. Budge returnedto lams, at not'kledjro. had that considerable fencing J. R. Punott elected hn on ., St. Augustine! was met In JacksonvillebynnAnvocArarepresentative

I.o..yne. Hay Lake Worth, Imlluii, ou Wednesday.Mr. OUR hoys' new suits are the nobbiest, -The Board of County Commissioners ,either silo of the line, to keep entile olT on
Im Halifax tlvers. West and will wear satisfaction.All and School Hoard met this week but Friday, laxtvaiul he InfoI'lIlOltlmt\ he ,
and : Key R. F. Nail In hi Jacksonville fora double the ti'aclc. Wo are told that over 10,1)00 ,
fl other Important Point along the couple of days on business.Mr. suits have seats and kneos their proceedings! are not yet to hand. I in" been expended In connection with wits In the metropolis for the purpose of
east of Florida. Brief mention or In pants, and double cloth In elbowsof making aiiiuiffetnents with the this
ding Kventu from Varlnui. Ports. Jas. T. Stewart, of Toledo, has coats. -Civil Engineer U. T. Spencer, of St., fencing. the Three Friemle to tow the dredge I
World 1 About People Yon Know been spending couple of days in town Yours to serve Augustine, passed through/ hOI'eVed ItUoayno' from Bay Diwoayne to, St. AugiMtlno -
>eople You l>oii't Know- rirfcml this week. THK KAUI.K CLOTIIIVM: Sronic. ncsday, on his/ way to Miami.Mr. lied this Cnnriiiro of tliolr- O nUtloiis. to (to e.1rodgingintheneigh-, I

Editor and larK..t.rfrre"pont1cmt. S. N. (Uludwln Miami's manufacturer boiliood of the Matanzns river
[Our Society a -Land CommisHionor J. E. InRraham, \ I
scattered along the of St. Augustine: in expected home IfiIAIQtrMtTKRS: for Singer' sewing ma 1m been spending a tow days
pliant of Florida.STISIH, to-day from Indianapolis, Ind.Mis. chines. \V. K. Knox, agent, Tltusvillo.MONRY. with his family, In town, this week.! Editor: Pondleton of the. Key West ckiMl off tho llAfiaintm. \

Daren A Funster have had erected anew Kqimtor-Democrnt, who claims, the distinction I\/ -
M. S. Jones and little girl who \,
have been staying at Strno: and St. Lucie Wo want money to loan on (list and largo ilitgpfile, to take the place of being the only sound itwnoypaper The last (issue of the Nassau Guardian,
for about a week are now homo again, real estate mot'tgageii. Ten per cent of tho one destroyed by tho tire of 'W.\ '\ AnvooAJK.In Florida: should the Llvo l give Oak the Banner Tttunvllle \ jimt to hand ut the ADVOOATH office \\1

having returned Tuesday.Mr. free of all expenses to lender. D. L. -Quite a number of winter resident and the Buoy credit for having the courage says: The steamer Viceroy of Glasgow,
Guulden, Tltusvllle. are dally passing through Tltusvllle, en L Hollo,. master on a voyage from PhllndolrilvU I II
Boudinot Prltchiml after spending / of their oonviotlouN, unit unless,* we
FA route to various places along Indian \ to Ilivuna with A cargo of coal,
several weeks visiting friends, in are much mistaken tho ranks will bu
ntiiiek Chub Rooks Reef Abaco
flNTtttCffE U( L New York Philadelphia and New Hartford OUR ladies' shoes. are excelled by none. River. materially reinforced before election (about ten on miles from Green Turtle, Cay) I

DY (/ returned home on Monday\ looking TilE EAGLE CI.OTIIINO: STOUE. Captain N. N. Penny and wife, of day.-St. Andrews Buoy ut ( a., m. 4m, Thursday.. Every effort
Busmtfi S well and strong after Ms trip. Nathan, were In town a day or so this was made to relieve th.' vessel. by then

? -The ice cl'ealllan,1 oyster social given HIRK'S Root Boer-the great summer week. We acknowledge a pleasant call A Jolty Fishing IMrt.y.: HO of the engines and: throwing over
by the Christian Endeavor Society Monday drink-at F. S. Chaffeo &; Co'a. from Capt Poiuiy.Mr. cargo/ ,., but tho ship having bilged, the

night, in the Sciimjreour building and Mi'/H. A. B. Raulorson, who The sloop Yankee Doodle In oom water/ put out the fires,. and further attempts .
met with l good 1'Banet receiptsfor futllo. Tim captain then
> success. have been stopping at tho Indian River / went
SINGER mand of Capt. (Cook took to tho
: : machine attachments supplied A J party
the amounted to about$12.50.( : abandoned the steamer with bin crew
hotel for time returned to
some past
by W. R. Knox, agent, Tltusvlllo. Haulover the firm of the week, and they and I
arriving\ hMO on the schooners Erne
-Mr. S. H. Kay has been acting as Fort Pierce yesterday.Mr. report a very enjoyable time. Fishing Albortlno Adoue the former ou Satur- t
.. editor and mamRor: of our contemporarythe E. L. Brady returned to town was the wider of tho tiny? and largo
and tho latter. Sunday:
THE EAOI.K<: CLOTHI.VO /STORE have their lay night on
T Star the absence of- its catches of tine trout and other fish were
-during from Miami, whore ho has been attending -
full Th material and stores from
editor this week. Mr. Kay\ Is a fluent stock< of fall and winter goods, and to bill business Interests for the past made. On, board were Mr. and 1\1 I'MV.. jxlght.
will from the steamer also brought by
It were
writer, and has giout, liking for news- pay you to inspect same. two or three weeks, yesterday.Mr. B. Waddell, Percy Wall Miss Daisy those vessels. The oflioers and men
paper work Skill, John Hiunlln Minx 1 Anna Eaton<: ,
.,W. J. Tucker, of Fort. Ploreo, Willis Goldsmith and! Miss Kmmle Smithof have gone to New York, their passage
1'rIf ( -Mrs. J. W. McIntyre, who has been WIIKHK to stop. See list of hotels on has been In town two or three days this Jacksonville. The Yuikkna Doodlo! having/ been paid by the Board of Trade."

spending the summer In the neighbor- our 7th page. week, on business with the County Commissioners left the TltiiHvillu wharf ivt 7:110:: u. m. Captain 0. M MoFuddun who arrived n
hood of Lake N. Y. tinned to Fort J Pierce In the schooner from
George; relating to his liquor petition. and ictnroed at 7 : jtieen,
you receive a sample copy of Eau Gallic on Saturday last, much to DEED blanks lOc. each; $'1.00 per 100, at I p. III. 'tune BnaamoM on Wednesday said! the '
>VOCATK, It la an Intimation that the delight of Capt. McIntyre and her the ADVOCATE office. -Miss Jessie Byrd Keller, of Daytona, Vloorojr, was A total wreck I
Id give us pleasure to add yourto many friends. who has been conducting a dancing class Another Good Thing: fun 1'ulatku
our fast-increasing lint of subs. at Miami during the summer, will soon I
It does not cost you threeor -The Misses Cellle and Addle Same, FOR list class shoemaking and repairing give dancing lessons at Cocoanut Giove. JIOTKL NOTKJ*.

> week (postage Included) when after attending the normal and institute call on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue -We are glad to that Mis. T. T. In addition to the large mills of tho i
by the and It can be sent to In Titusville during September, and Mrs. Titusville, Flit. Shoes made has recovered say front .Solden Cypress Door Co. "nail the Wilson
year Wetmoio
of the United States or Jno. II. Same, who came up to town fora to order In fine style. sulHcloutly Cypress Co, hero is thing Captain E. E. Vltlll; ha again opened ;,:
> part
any her serious illness\ of the two
or anotbtlrJ.ooti
day or so on a visit, returned home to In store for 1'alatka Lucas his Hooting! hold at.1onal11l.Ve 1
a without extra expense. -- -- three weeks to be able to be out of bod. ,
last in a sailboat.
Courtenay Friday hnvlnK informed the AIKVOOATK, Saturday \ have In TUnsvilla two I
It I Is hoped she will soon be enjoying now open ,
-:Mr. Geo. L. Babcock one of Key -Miss B. Bryant, of Jacksonville: Is better health. lust that he had just purchased tho as good and wull-maniigvil summer hotel (
JOB PRINTING at this office. West's prominent merchants after a In town today.Mr. Iron in Alubanmfur a stwtin ways. The/ nit yon will trial! In any part of Florida. "
few days spent in Jacksonville, left for .-:Mr. Roy Puckett left here, yester chain lie purchased( lu Plttsbiuir, Ttt.,
i home on Friday last. He Informed us II. J. Dolson, who has been on day; ,- fur St. Augustine/ to work ,on the and gear, engines, In Baltimore. Toe Holly Inn,. Daytona, under the
plications for membership In the that It was' Ills intention to go north, the sick list this week, Is now able to be daily paper that has recently started The ways tit to be It''t t for the Him of management of that w.ll known caterer,
tile Tennis Club should 'bo mad but having caught cold, he decided to about again. publication there. He ban been on the Loess >t Jackson. Captain: Lucas hue Mr. Orange Howe,, will probably open t
d, II. Walton secietary. return home. :Star force for tho past week or so. 1 been on the move tin same weeks post, about the 15th /met

E. S. after a few months -Miss Helen Miller, one of Mel- -Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Barton, formerly and, hall traveled a cuuitldeiablo numberof Mr. Loon DoHplnnrf, who so successfully
rs. Wiley, -Mrs. St. Clair Abrams, who has beenon bourne's charming young ladies, is a miles In that tine
u in Atlanta, has gone to Valdosta, a visit to her daughter, Mrs Strother guest of Mrs. 1'11.8. Jones at present. of Lake Worth, who have been spending managed tint Palmetto House Day-
Smith in Virginia, returned home onSatmclay i the summer at Saratoga Springs N. Y., toga, last winter. law returned from

10 Brady cottage in South Tltiiais { last, much to the joy of her -Mr. A. C. Dittmar, a prominent resident have just left for Colorado Springs, Col., 1.1".0 blouses of Jtofntfa IJIs- Jamestown R. I,

certainly been prettily tlxed up genial husband. Mrs. Abiams says the of Fort Pierce, Is In town, on business where they oxpoot to spend tno\ winter. continue Mr. Frank Boll manager of the Ara- ..!

; the pant week or so. weather In Virginia/ was too cold former, In connection with the Tucker -Mr, H. T. OIlToid of Vero, was In gilt hotel, Atlanta* ha done oonslder-
and she concluded she would return to liquor petition.Mr. town a day or so this week, and gave usa elite traveling through the northern
dUn River has been teeming with Jacksonville.Mr. \ Henry Egger, endingseveral pleasant cull. Ho has a very (fine placeon A tulugiatu from Wtifchlngton says talon this summer.

made f late,from and Tltusvlllo large catches wharf.are still 1, E. P. Branch of Melbourne, loft weeks In town, returned to Ml the lower river having made considerable I that. Secretary; Cm'Hie Lois. onUiml tliodUttontlniinnou The ADVOCATE acknowledges many f

Jacksonville\ on Saturday morning last ami on Wednesday, his wife staying In improvements since he took oft, the IIOIIIMIH of refuge 'courtesies extended to. Its representative
r. and] Airs. McF. Porter, after for Cleveland, 0., where he Informed us town with Mrs. Albino Brady and the possession of the land. uu the Kant C'oaHtof Florida\; at (heater by Mr. M. S. Gibson, inaiinger of Look. <

log a few months in New York he would most likely spend several Misses Egger.Mr. -Mrs. Amelia Valentine of Tlllman. Shoals stuteil, Bethel Creek and houses Orange,of Uro", out Inn, Lookout Mountain Tenn.
at their home In Day- weeks If the cold weather did not drive It Is ten refugewcio
are again Chas. II. Nauman, a prominent who has been spending somn time InSt.
established the Florida
East TIle Royal Pnlrn hotel )Miami will
him back to Indian Klver. Mr. Branch .
resident of the Haulovcr Paul, Minn., panned through Titus-
was a pleasant Const many years. ago, whoa. along its soon bo finished and ri,udy to receive tho
has not boon well in health of late so
Julia D. Tuttle of Miami's ; caller at this ofllce on Wednesday. He vlllo, Monday, on route home.
I'S. one the will do him entire length of 2.M) miles there wore not furniture. !More bard work In store for
known and popular residents pflsa- we hope change some was good enough to bring/ us the returns Archdeacon II. F. Brown will hold more than T:; Inhabitants. ; but from the Mr. Henry W. Mnirlll the manager. r.,
rough Titusville, Tuesday, on her good. of the votes cast in his precinct, on Tues i divine service at St. Gabilel's Episcopal last report of tho district superintendent
V me from Palatka. Commodore and !Mrs. F. D. Hughes day. : sottUts. The many Indian River friends of Mr.
church on Sunday next, tho 11th liutt., there aii now over l\JXJl) >
who have boon spending most of the -A at 11 and 7-)0:) Communion Six houses still remain In operation. II E. Bernie.,. the hustling manager of
ounty Supt. Jno. II. Sams, after a very enjoyable dance took place a. m. : |I' m. Holy the New Kooklodgo hotel will be pleased
summer In England; and other parts of at the Indian River hotel at the morning worship.Mrs. ,
some weeks in town attending to on Tuesday
ft passed through hero Monday to learn that ho will return, to Rockledge
|1 matters, returned homo to Court- en Europe route to Fort Lauderdale; where their, evening, Manager Hanpersette having C. W Barnes and family and Knforce the GameLIIWH.. the coming winter
kindly granted tho free of the
last. very use
j.itutday her mother Boo
launch has been laid up during the sum dining room to the participants. The punned through yuHtor Mr. C_ B. Knott, superintendent of r
flie Johnson Law Co., of Jackson- mer. They will make their headquarters attendance was not large, as It was an day getting, on their too cold way In to Kentucky Melbourne.and It they was ItR ferrlnjC to our remark that the oflic- the FlAglec hotel system. will Institute
|whoHed. will be found on the 8th at Hay Biscayne for some time. impromptu dance. lals of each, county ought I to, enforce, the bicycle aoadumiett. on the tennis court
were glad to return to Indian River.Dr. .
of this awarded the
Issue haa been
-Miss Florence Hodgson, of Eau -Mr. W. W. Russell of Clnclnnatiis; game and fish laws, the TUunvllIoAI here, at Orniond Palm Deach and at
net for the electric ,
putting wiringnew Gallic passed through here Monday, on Farms who passed Titusville 1>1. 1>, I.. Dodxon! Informs us that >VOOATW says: 'So/: far "as our ex- Miami. St. Augustine and Ormond have I,
> Terminal ,
Station. her way home from Como Canada, Monday, en route to his place, Informed he expects) to 1 100 at his homo In Tltus- poilencagues, the trouble U that pros natural speedways. Ililm Beach I III hay.
Irs. Wooddall, of Miami accompan- where she has spent several months. an A nvocATK reporter that tho rails on vllle from the 17th to :2Jnd:! Inst., and anyone ecuting attorney and sheriff are Justas ing additions made to the roads for bicycling -
ff her two little children returned She certainly looked as If Canada agreed the Sebastian and Clnclnnatus Hallway wishing to see him professionallywill liable to break the game ]laws nil ordinary and at Miami unusual efforts
I Tuesday. They had been visiting with her. Miss Florence was accompanied were being laid as quickly as possible pleaso call at his residence. After mortals. If the otjlcuis themselves era being made to give cyclers miles of
Ids in Atlanta, Oa., and paid MUs by her grandmother who will and he expected the road would be finished the iUnd Dr. Dodsou will be at the AI break them, they cannot consistently eontllne covered speedways. Bicycler
luce Bryan, of New Smyrna, a visit stop with her son, Mr. J. E. M. Hodg In about two weeks' time. Fresco hotel, Jensen ready to attend to punish others. for doing so.' If the can now lie wheeled from Ormond over
loir way south son, the coming winter. any dental work In that neighborhood. ADVOOATH speaks t taint a knowledge of shell road to New Smyrna and with
-Mr. Chris Sulzner returned to St. vIolatl/niH of the laws committed by ferriage at St. Augustine and Matanza '
''fr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton Claude -Miss Ida R. Bates arrived In to..nfrom Augustine on Tuesday morning from -The following Invitation hits boon re- those whoso duty is to enforce them inlet an uninterrupted course on the
i)n and Mr. Chas. II. Walton root her summer home In Shipman Ill., North Carolina: where he has been for ceived at this office, but as we have that paper would render au Important leach eould be had. from Pablo to New I
t home Saturday last front their Friday last, to take charge of the kindergarten several months. While In Ashevllle N. made another appointment for the above service by helping to bring the refractory Smyrna.-CltUen.
:hrough North and South Carolina department of the Titusville pub- C., Chris told an AUVOCATK reporter date, we regret we cannot attend the officials before the grand jury."- I
enBee and Georgia, which was an lic school in which capacity she has he Intended remaining there all the winter dance: "You are cordially Invited to Citizen. '
'able one. proved herself very competent In previous but we presume It got too cold for attend a, social ball at Captain Carlln'i lied Cedar Logs Wanted.
years. Her many friends will be him. residence Jupiter, Kin., on Monday
he poles which the Tltnsvllle Elec- pleased to learn of her return to IndianXUver. evening Oct. 12, IHU6. J. H. Uarlln.V HhInning Palmetto Kxtract.
fight Co. has been erecting on our -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins left 'here Monday \ W Joyner, floor managers. Wanted to )buy Rod Cedar: log*.
ts during the past two or three for Jacksonville, to meet his wife GKIIAUD H. ANDCIISOM,
s are quite an Improvement on the -Mr. Wm. M. Brown, president of the and children who have boon spending/ -The Tltimvilla public school, under The Tltusvlllo Extract: Co. mado their South Jacksonville Fla.
ncs. Thus the improvements go Bank of Bay Biscayne, arrived in town the summer very pleasantly at Mountain the able management of Proto and Mrs.J. :first shipment-a carload--ot palmetto
may they be continued. i, from Miami last Friday and left the fol- Lake Park Md. They arrived In town R. Anthony and Miss Ida R. DI\tes. 'extract last Friday via the J., T. A K.: i
lowing day for New Hartford, Conn., to yesterday looking well In health for opened for the regular term on Monday : W. Ry., to Chicago. 'We understandthat For Hale, Cheap. >
Mr. Louis A. Brady left here Monday see his wife and children who have been their northern trip. Mrs. Robbing and morning with an attendance of about 100 this I I. the first palmetto root extract .
for Boston Mase., to spend a few spending the summer with Col. and Mrs.Jones : children would have been here Tuesday scholars. This Is certainly a good show used outside the state of Florida -
is with his wife and Infant son, who -Mrs. Brown's parentat that I as expected but were delayed on while ing for the first. day, and Prof. Anthony and Georgia for making leather and Two fine pool and one billiard table;;
accompany him on his return to place. Mr. and Mrs. Brown and family on their way to Jacksonville by a land Informed IIH that he expected thu number that It l I. the richest tanning fluid ever all complete. :For particular write to ,,
xville. During his absence Mr. will probably return to Tltusvllle in the slide. would b.. considerably augmented made la the United State. This speak J. B. TOOKI,
emar Brady Is attending to the course of the next two or three weeks. within the next two or three week*. well for Tltusvllle, and we trust the factory Jacksonville,Fla..: ;
s in Mr. E. L. Brady's store. -Mr. R. W. Goode a prominent resident will have continued of bulnes ,
-Tbe members of the Indian River the down-river a run -
and real estate dealer of Melbourne Among people In Tltnsvllle ..
[Editor E. B. Wager, of the Star, left Band have elected Mr. Chas. Williams was a guest at the Grand View hotel In : this week wore: S. K. Glbbs, Store for Kent.
I number of
> Saturday last for D.C. of their organization vice W. Miss Helen ) Lewis A our townspeople have *
Washington president Tltusvllle for a couple of day the end of Miller A. J. J. F. -
Net his wife and children, who have T. Avera resigned and Mr. R. F. Hall last week. Mr. Goode believe that Woolen, A. C. Dittmar C. W. White been visiting the extensive works of the The store In the ADVOOATB' block.
P sojourning for some months past' vice-president; while Mr. G. H. Fulke Florida' prospect are very bright and and family, John Houston, Wm. II. extract company during the past weekor just vacated by E. L. Brady, l ill> for rent.
Mountain Lake -Park, Md. He re- the ADVOCATE: foreman-holds the position 1 Is doing what he can toward getting Sharpe R. B. Stewart: C. A. Smith H. so, and found the inspection of the Apply to Robblm A: Graham,
fed to town yesterday accompanied as a member of the board of director people of mean Interested in T. Gilford l, J. II. Same, A. L. Hatch plant for the manufacture of the extract Tltl1., .1Jl ,..l'!..
Irs.. Wager and children. The band will shortly John a* well as the process of making It very
commence Brevard county. He reported everything Henry, R. D. bloke G. B. Hall, E. .
Interesting Mr. J. Y. Miller who I I. in
Mr. and Mrs. John Ooode. of Mel- giving Its open-air concerto. as moving along nicely In the beautiful W. Hall, Dan E. Miller. charge, being; very accommodating in 11'0. ,

roe, who have been stopping with ,-Major Louis McLain, the well known i section of Florida in which be I III loca- Donation and showing the variousthings -
Uve In Brooklyn, N. Y., during the contractor who built the East Coast ted. We acknowledge a pleasant call )Ir. If. In connection with the manufac- A Jlce lot of fine, healthy- strawberry '

'mer, returned home Monday, muche road, was met by an ADVOCATE: representative M. Flaicler. ture of the extract. plant of the Indian RlvMvariety} fifty )
pleasure of their many friends.y In Jacksonville, last Friday
cent 100 ".00 1,000.
> were accompanied by their daugh- evening. The genial major had just returned Registration Notice. Vice per pet ,
president J. R. Parrott of the E. APAM9, .
Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Chicago and from spending the summer at Florida East Coast Railway received Hones Wanted.Save lloseland Fla.
were looking well In health. Flat Rock and other place in North The registration book for the Town of telegram on Tuesday Mr.a .
Carolina and warn on his way to his Tltusvllla win close on Thursday next Henry M. Flagler, authorizing him to your bone and send them to the
phosphate mine at Fitzgerald, Fla. He Oct. 13th, 1890. The town council will place $1,000 to the credit of the commit Jacksonville Fertilizer. Co., South Jacksonville Grapple Dredge ..JJ'or
Pineapple Farmt take a kindly Interest In the East Coast meet on the 16th Inst to revise said tee for the relief of the storm sufferer Fla. Will pay cash for them.
and say be hopes to do some banting book, and will meet again on the 19th In the wetern part of the state. This '
Waveland. 1"IL. will be sold at a and fishing the coming winter. The Inst. to restore such name a* be I Ie canal work, clearing swamp e>e..
riftce. Write major and other fishermen should give wrongfully stricken from aald book.may Mr.a very' magDanlmou act on the part of Ii will. coat you nothing to look over our ball yard to ny capacity desired which
O. E. Coos: agent the bight of Canaveral a trial, where we By order of the counciL Flagler: who we understand baa no new and elaborate fan took of good are rapid In operation and low In price. I
particular Interest In that
portion of our -tha largest on the East Coaat. Addrea EoMtnn K. Ivwn
Jensen, Fla. are told many tarpon are caught. O. CUT-Etwaa, clerk. Btate.L"J'. .
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Feeling Wg lLii"' \I gb tare'grtrryaa4 tIot iigLtwbrtiug tdiUt* is .avail I t.gis t.Adng Jiwd'i jo eve>S brown "ur'" Wuck, aDd 'U1titne.

,' r I : ; ) w Jway W. ,war..;c. up. U IoN s4nM7liat. Xn. J.e.1. J.Nc./k YAeu. u4.atAdy you 4 vl+ry laW South Bound. =
A ; AlrJwywl 1wal. will fir4ktlA ug, rrfgdv Yhw44r.Jfvurr. 1SactitagllaW', DIe fur the Wli.k.era.'T'Soe North Bound.

m Oat 1JLe, uo billon. -liT 4ft itpptdtte. I $LI7 ..dU IWt tW yarrdrtewdy .ti ck J; todm4rbbwrt4ru4 m. Jr I -;
., '
U ib 4ttw tAw l4rwagAwr .ql 41WiVW UJ, tteMle 4JI Muir would fills $5-s JIr-pt sod dle1t'et. p anhaod3r 11 M Sat liwood a re- L'T.A"n
/; ?i LILY, t# tJU* 44 ReY4M1Q4&9. .dA$,,_ iuad t1w p,4.etrt" Mlated goon 1r.tnkgttawWal I..i-t: licit l urar11I( lttd M>tri lartuwlxxl Iw.Lr JanYw.vt'k.'L..LU&.t.Uat.1.1ftI.' 1"T IV r w i Y4 JI ....u... ....... ., "I..N|.Lr LuuMV Otr.. f, ?,. ''I---: .

41 &. tr1* Jb s 4MM&iy pewrf *< 04a, 1 .. ; tJxvalwe, It k tv t1.a4r wLea, 1nIJ Onutt t4rt4d( LJ4oa, the I"ttWeJ'X! a.od .&1 egbaay diatixct4: Lr M.A.ewe. fr 1$4 t'' .. ............................ .LrnLa LYU..1MIt.n.. ) rcia_ .>e. JSlS> ';
P Iw aiatAs..1$1' IN t
E. I ,
1t It'-.k I.wJ ttfM U( **} tut U dvd4 his War IA tAi4 3r a u
u. Uwd Jot sg ww4d. Lt
} hl.tutwaltl4' en Iw'y 41Jae ra.rlwiwr'rtdy ....
rsaaa rt4tus.wbA44r U1IoC.k andtlmu Lb Be.d.
t/jf tbfir ride ricfc, rA, yit* Ud,m4 ylgvwu*, to tuts 4'e4" AloIA; worry NIl .tit all-.1&dyr olio" ut.w1.llJ..t Irt U Jfeug qf the Ptwsylraila preps.. ..... ....rI1t..: : .:..=..I1.44s -,... ---..---."" Lr JtXIMsk.N'.Je14uyLi' : : t;.
1. lit ?
and -ll, W avery p.wve, t.Wtlltit/ il1AHM tJw4r crown. as4 4mum, unIwrw .I..r""X." .taww I4t\fJo'\ .u.L.; Edna .. .. 54 S .
.. .... .. m
j4 organ sad tiww M u. k4T, TJU -- --- U.Iot! I '. WtllIoIAiI LaVP1.1Wo'J W uJy, g1sa1 tltl #oJ was .IJv..,Is..d, .. for* Jong. dm. watt Ttwre a to-t mr.y qf tare anfo+tunste Lrgrmuudjit, p -. 1Ly .. ... IW. a sU .. .f
i'' Ri ug "4 sinter ftnuhb a..u bUbing buwvr his voeu I. chi wvr4l. Kreati r I. nuts.' Iayuoa. .. I Ire p .. .: ..... .. :. LY Ea'elaod' : .. t m
'+ I.w L nd 1 r IA' '.ft19TfI a.V ran Oar Nawlyrurrfa dt1 1m a'*Jp, .xys rho w--.s .it.b Lr'i i Orwre 1r p . ........ ..... a n
1 t Air, I). Y. V.yltaiJ'! .L4wdi..g. Y1v her- tlwae are ... ........ .. ... Lr W:
+ W .' rAUa and tJ.w U m tW well wad Jy'p.. bbv wry ,:4HsIintaa tI, Lr Vew *nrn>a,. | I 3e .ajb..jU W a tu
1WT the
Syr '' 1VM w 4.9 yl uLut. at.t.. ht'fog rwnnwended Are. ,?. g.NII 4lga.tiwu. Tu .acne peupk LIT.TiturriUeLrCuoua." ._ .. 1:43: ...... ..........|Lr KaeUadft bUH
i i y )If wlarfly ix 1"'N4 gwrwtva, liarrwwr ""' 'I'ItJt<'; Jr.rt Ma4uerly eI q wart. w t 4. Jtair V'r' i t.iwf 44 x. IWUlJlwt gtastet. m'.tortuDe" l to be able toant ...., aJI "I' .u.o .... ....,LvOxxo, .-- .. Jt2It1oJt..
....... ...... .... T1uut ale.. .
,swim Jsa 'swlt with Wt.L..t rLatr net. brfvae. tlx-nu mfMb LrteK-ttodrr kUs .o. IL It tap m
JUly.-.u.b: earn war eilis:l.4 P ban everytJsiug .
Y..W'10B. wyl LrKwi G&IJje. .. 4e3 .. ... .. ... ..,., Few fobt'naa.. i Yaw
U. Iw, for tarrwluurr" a.w 11a/W. A-aunt A./-t. : ''t rpebirb w.J qt tJ 14.. drIQ" f..rtod. tvr It'lli.. I>y.t" t'.i st derytbog ey Lr MeHminw. '.. 4 ULr P .' ....... ........ .... ..,L. Port Onuuge. J 1 I a s p f u m
( dhagr'eed .ltb. I wan K/Mla. 4 ULr p .... ,_ .. Lr Ixroona ,. >*> .
Hood'sSarsaparilla ti;?art M'y.1 'J'ba a1tararlu. lit Llaa r'iwJ! I --- -- Iadrtcad to feimoMnu Liner Krgolatorao ..*rf.. rtaa: 4 .1 P ._. 41. aSI .......LrOrnKMid..... ". S4Spu p >
'FltiHtlclt/ nit/ tM" man, IA lluuii Ctt. aii try Lr. Ton iteroe. .* p ].... .. a Lr East Palatka..
-- jap
t.IfiryWattIsa.4Uledfwtlu4fI -- mAr
Mr, .U full/ tit ''YIwJltl.It&&, that herb, m ouiut Yfaglerwadfair 4al..... as4'a Madlitoa r.ri."h, La. ... .. .. u 1.0 p"a- -
r taw .w, JI"1/jiAiU" YI" ,r I1JIW wt' b9. -M iJrlfcbt XT p 3el a Lys..a )lat_ .:.. ,
'1 bdY' I IwJyawa..4 iY p ,I: ... . .... ..... 3.p p
)",bwrwW abitva/araiveNan4. .A..rilalu.... .. -
reap Jill J tar W r+lmi Beach. *< p' ... .. '. 4W pm -
Lisa, 'fishy MIA K'm'y.' Jury Wa.t I Ls -- -- L.U"WD... r JLr ...: Lr 1'a iatka....... 4 wpm
,- ft UUv jtw t-to tarot a* <_ Tow *U**J Wl6it,. "bKlntvtvuuab< "proru/urrrew/ to WI/n-I l 411'1" I For Winter' of 1897. L Ft--Al"U........Jo.r>
.... ... lArJafkwMiville... n
ArNiiuol p t t S3pn>
thin" 1:1,11, 'II"likr' a.-t to )It, aryl rwrase HP.

!ioodrsPtllswy.ywr; :' :: krwwb tbfr brow tluUl t)"" awuunrof Fruit I 1 Train*no 82. *7.and 11 J k.nk.;; I A. & N. 81tat4lst.Aagaairetally \CH.
I Choice Budded Florida Grape
.- ., dlJf 1I"it'li' Y_/tiult '"'1'.' Orange, :NORTH_! }<(.Its'I,. -
Train Vit* between Miami and Fort 11et>ee.
JMrlr/sr14thG IVOlrflnaYs, daily except )fooda,. STATIONS.0: [:_2 ,:No,

1'l. ----- A dl:urtuurlnf/MIJun. from K, I', and Lemon Trees. All other train*vmth nt S,. AagtuitiDe dally Ar- :New Lake Smvrna Helen" ;io *Ri>p, Sap" '
': 12'P: 4 1.1
except Sunday.
k'ur J".II..fflU. 1 y"f. / I Ilrnn4 ". "** Orange City 12 Nq. )
o.ttyJune .,. ii;
A, MIMtniD.Hf M Mf//n True to Name. _
t <" f/"ty, Strictly First-class and SOUTH .
i t)1) t w, 4tttttiltin/ //f //I"'It,1411/ 1'II"tJ, H.tH>,IIHttlf, If I,*,,, '111, norm

+ t ayJ 1). /I" rsit"t'fb.. 4 n( Altitun //11"1,, Itlib" .i,Jill/Nil'J AIItI, .I'slul4,1'iurn" and' I'.,,ar Trees!, lir..rWtII'enlm.nonli.l Strawberry' I'lacU. Ir.erl'erl. STATIONS.NewTinvrrna": -ISO S .Xo.l x.
; ,1, If, WKUtDKNf"" of Orint Lv : ,Tipp''T -
h 11 IIIIII/ty Aryl l In fact everything" ( grown in a firm-claw. SUClllry. .. lAke Helen '. .
ark tr Wlllya.i give ins i 'in y'uriL. :a N.j lQ
1 1f", '.IHgr1.wr'hilpNKr'arrai/r/HJi.t, : : # : bp5M :lr' Wrltn for piker' or call,u Lr Ontnire fltv 3 nip 11 '
r ; ''t r, I IUJlum-r W, "JAVI unrnr" tI, stamp' 1/1/ il,$ Clttdtl'/d of wnlt.Isrrly's <;KO. II. WKIOIIT Orlando, Fla Ar n. City June. 3 ftp II 3Tu

: '' ( ''''''11.$ |Juib i i luiLLhm Lisa story/ but : .
T Time Tablenbow the
BM tlme at wblcb train
"'Ir fuvarrun't) may -1",1| l to arrive
I ,t.. .j t WIJJ,14 f II, JILOXIUMHt ) I urn, wiubsw nnLstgunliLfd' br tie' 'Ilub.. --- the the Co Hw-.U iny ataU"bold".luelf, but re.l.onsfble tlrelr. arrival for or any departure.'delay or at the tlniw, Mated U not gnarant.M and dry!I
any consequences
arising 'berefol1ll.,
hag I"u"II/jtlf of Lbr "Iu4Isn Id y a//r, NQLIi
I f,. k'sr ,\ \ ;.. Mu ///aru1erlrt' ; ; r. O. WILLIAMS A/Ct./ j. I). RA" UJr.:
'' ( IugunLlliafurLbar' from tli" truth, IIlrva I TI uavllle. Aaa't Gen'l
1 I < j MH/JW, / "MA/IftY./", Chickamauga Stable Col I'-nlln,
--- -- ---
I -, I l/U."( ''u..I1U/ | ,$ tUiUOU/ltn. lit U ---
Pun dwual.a" Y ill btll'M' ;
1 i ., druN) I I., (IIA: ( W""IUI', "nnin\mr\ ill iiiin\iit\tu; \ \ uii'l know MI"nlf.tI""II' .

I t I't : Vim Attjiiiitty Causal. I if lliu ,li,,,ijiU,
'f, ', ', WJUJAHJSAMA ||, I', HHNCH.I'tvl / ,
4 'Phono 31 9. Tennessee.
''f l'. r Yi/>r ti) >iniilKi\\ur, \\ | -- ----
1 ranch Tnku and/ l Lola' Falln, rxokout 1'olnt J'"lnt Park Sunset:! Hock, Natural Jacksonville
W, H, "' (l'HIIIIH) '* lu fIHllla/lttl.!/ Tampa & Key West Railw
Hi-f I t k'uV'I'ranburar" / I 1'usoIYUpromptiUentlun' K. U. KKK.S: lanaucl' JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE
; LJIA "NC'K, H, UWJJWH' I ttfuit. '1'//,""" uiu' fiuU, 'III IUIMCMU, || |, 1\11''In every." : Receiver.

t t/"II/" .11111.1| nor, )lit ""uw .tb/n/ fiuiijiinlly SOUTH'
------- .. <
t til J."IIIII : '
'' 'flTH
/ /UI'rl/Ilt1I111' '
r / r -- Time Table In ;tU"ct 'O6) -
sallu for Hi boil' tlrnu oldijily' IJIHIUIIKU' 'It In _Nn V... 9 No. .1. No.2:1: July 26. ._... .
/ / :. d Su.
\ Ii.
""W, Hut 'In HiuiJUilnu, UK 'In itol.lilngN : : 1..1. i oo l' ..... ...JAf'K80NVILLE.. .. ....Ar i 30._ b1iiji i:
I I k'urlCif/IWMalbrW" / !,' .| { ) i /. ( it/fWtCldsusf, / ( only wllli\. I'onlllva, .nlmiilnUi/ inuilt I"W.)' 941)1 54a.1'. .."f .... ..1.0'11\". ....... ... .. in 80ll'D'Tu' ,
.. 38
anllYrl ..
I 'I'lio/ fact that .. .11'"nolll\.. ...... .. . ... .. 111
'''/lI'1f1111'11"1",11I11/ | 'lntI 10131) .l7reen
gi a -----;- 1 Ntaid|I | 'It* ground" HUiiliiHt IIIl.w"p..I.I.IIII/, | :::::::: :: ::::: .. . 1. .:::: J i1 Cove,twlek Springs.. :::::.::: ..008am. 631pm1I!

hI, ,. 4 .II.t. ItN Uttlun lutvt .... .... 10 iliA' Ul'! 10 tIIA.. .,.. ..... ...I'all\tka....... ..... ... IiMam(
+ wnvoruil bid 4-1."lpm1a.
I + HH.V'! VM' ,
X J 4 .......... "luin/ilnuil/ "tll'l' a a
hiiyonil" i nny', doubt, tliu Intilnulu East Coast Brick Co. .. .. 1222a Bona ...... ..CrescentCity Junction,,, ..., 10 11II1' ina I
(! I I F ',, ? Mr, YWIINDN: / 0., (Out II, 'W/ vlrliiB( of tliU inuillulnu., Tliu .... .. 32tii/ 1240a linaia I .. ,,.. .... ....Seville ... .... .... ... main! 322pm' 1 I''
... ....
: .. .... .
113a .
28111' 12.a" .DeLeon 8I'rlng.., .... ... 2/17am/ ,
i ( lalii/flr, / 4lluupulrlWhun now tlilnuH 'Isis 1 VII IIIIIIHI uinl goon '111I't ,....... a:4o: I' 1211a 1211:4: ), .... .... ....? Olenwood .............. 249am 231pmliOI 4flpllllJ:
Mooil'H /Hnr' iiMirlllii| I'urt$ spin| th. MolUI Jacksonville Florida. .... 4 5i 1 I' 141)a 11111' .... ........Ilere"ford.... ..... .... 236am :

f'{ f ( yet MI/ ,1'fitfuln.r' Miuxlwy'n, mall, fuiinilittluii, / nlmnliita inuilt' and, UN .n.. ... ....... 320p.420p.: ...., ....... I 1MpLvt20tp: / .... .. .....DeLan.1 .... .. .... { Lv.... .. .. .. .... ..... I1:1PIII1lOl 16111'01+i,

j 1I""tly to/ 'my "11r1"11t| mill' iiluiiNuni" / ( Ira "' '.IICIIII'II. and UN HiiluN' tiiinl.lmio to Are MANUFACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK AND HAVE BEST FACILITIES .. .... .. . ,... .... : / .... :.....F.nter"rI8e., .. .... .. .Ar... .... ..... "Ja2Inll.ftttin/ "
1I1IJ1I1l"lillIl'/ HIM. I'M t ,lIlIlllIlIlid| In this Will "M", ... .... ...... .. ,.. ... ., 404pAr..TITUB 1LLE..L-
/1111tlllsr"plrlk'' / | uliuul, for "rtmoliliijf polio on the' Kiut, Count: Will give( lowuHt prices' .... ... ........ ... ... .. .... ..... .. Paola ...... ....... .. ... .. tTIOam.
,It ,Imlnt4 fiirwai'ilml'' '' to /ma liy my ,lion, -" very .... .... .. .... .... .. .. ... .. .... .. ..Sorrento............. .. ... .....
I' J, 8. SMITH, Jr.. Oeu'l MAllag6r.J.wkllonvllle ..... .. . .... ... 3/11I"/ ... .......Mt. Uora........ .... ... .,. 44nam.\ .
. In/ Hltv.ulllah. / : Rosoland. ... .. ... ... ... .... . 410" Ar..... ... .....Tavares.. ........ ; ...Lv.. lranarn' .
''a I I an'"* M'ltvullut' .In.. Oliiu( and| will 11I'1h.< < Flit .... .... .320j283a. -IMpAr.... ..... .HanforI..... .... ....Lv IlIOam I IWalll rlAltamnnto

,, alI'I1.) |1/1/ MiU. titU. ,uriMI,,,'(, XIIIAH"' ICvlt"y| <_ ::::: : :: : ::::; .. ::::::::: Winter'Springs.Park :::::::::: ':::
Uniwiluil' of
: ( out INMIID.] ,....... ....., 030 A 33111' ...... ..... ....Orlllndo.. .?., ... .,.... ...
12111pm IIl111aOlI.
( (LlIIng$4' (julut Imra i us. It ,U. uvurywliareulau HAW' AND 1'1.ININ/IM1113.LM JACKHONVII.I.K YAKII.I'lilHlfcM ... .... ..... .. ..KI.ollnll1e..
I i' I and| nil you wnn hoar/ HI '' 1'11111'11111,1"| |, "tiara" ni'H tltkllltf 11.1"111"1111' .,'I., ;K.: llwy $G, rout of Catherine.WILSON ...... .. .. .. .... Ar..... ....... .J3artow Jo..Lv. .. ..... ...
you |1'1111 of ........ .. .. Dina IIltp/ ,.. ..... .......LakeIRnd .. ... .... O30am..
ri tll" ,urawds. tli (tliu IVIII'IIM" woiillior" and uro IHllllllj ...... .. .. ..... ,. . "IJ40pm
: IMI nni'iiurit" lira tliu 'sum/ / I .t123iat1&q' .. .?. ltartnw........, .. .. f430pn, 141\a\
> In ,tfitrilun. /UIOJIN, CYPRESS COMPANY ... .... .. ... ... 11 301' ... .:.... fiord"..... ....Lv. ..... .18aiam
? a uM tI4'r"IIIII""II, "I"IIIIU', ', IIIIvIl"" (guhlY . .... ..... OlD 110 R 14<'1' Ar. ...... .. .. .. TRlI1pa. ......... .. 800am ,..
Ilrynu| MoKfiiUyj"\ I" ami. I iWt' liulluvu Mr )K:, M\ /HtokHN hits IIhl"JI",1| | dUluinNuliiilil . .. .. .... ... ......Tampa. Ray Hotel.. ., ... P ml .
... .. ........ .
Mitnufaotiirum of 11 311 a 8 211t Ar. ...... J'ot TRmpa.. ... .....J.v M 72na 01 .,.
IJ i j you, flail walk, a t lilinvk In any' /oily' In UiU' ,\ KiiniU( to Wooilloy, whuro huIN ..... Mon and 'I'hllro 0&pLv.. ?. ...... ...... ',"........,. 2SipinThurs.I'm. and9i..
I ... .... Tne.11. Friday. .. ..... .. .... ,
,up ullmr slats In llio "11I/111)1"1111 the sow mill( 81s'p ey W..t..I.v o30pmIra'edandllI!
unlnii |
nny\, ,,. Wail unit (NIIIAr..llavan..J.v. !
L wlUuiut liutu'luu dim of tliiiMu. wnnln, Mr .AHUM, ( 'uniiliull. |. lutN IMUIII. limu, *, Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. .
; Dally t Padyexcept.
{'lilt fl'uu llvoi'" miiiHinaiill iii liuru, I U iiiliHi'liiluiiillntf' work' on I 1111I I 1\\Hi.,,11II"IIV"

until; stranger,' .thin I hid' any {dun that of' wliluli liu hiss a s 1 IDIUU, A largo Ktook' of Dry) Cypress. flooring cotllnK, Milling, moulilliiK, .blngltlM, Tampa Trnlns dully.'23.and:! T8-Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between New York .nj

any nuiiHiuoitli ,iiitt j'lii'tilooiili flit'I\.111111"\ 1 Tliu <|iiiitl luiiitui'"' will havo tin nitimutu I lath, and, ]1.I"kl.tll always. on hitn
  • 1 ,1 ) 'In .il" 12:411.0".1"1 :M, r.lrjl3:311.' : llrookavllle BOS: p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville at M r'
    IlYi ovwc" u"t UiU II(tnlu, I iuo> 11111(11 of nil puttm-im a Hpeolnlty, arrive
    ooiiiilitln, till* at (Oakland 8:11: a. m., Lacnochee ifl:4Aa. 4tm. I
    | uailsi+tl, n" <)iinll lukvu' : III., Tarpon Springs a:30 p. m., Clearwater
    I 1 1 1 I rat. I'lirwly l mill"% lniily'' | 1111/11111111111I1'/ ( Dot boron UN loiiUful for Wlivu" nt lioiiui, wrltn IIH for pilotm; wisest up our way, come and BOO "". .. 8t. I'litornbiirif/ ;40 p. in., daily except. Snnilay.
    r | yams \1111 itt I"i io- Trains+ 21 and 32, through l'ulhllw.aleephl/C cars between Jacksonville and Tampa.W.
    it ml" ftllonU'ly,. "I''UIIP.\( | i| "la' Mm fllllI"1, I Hunt ._ II. COFFIN G. D. ACKERLT,
    ?u .::1$ ,plank In Lull> ()|iUiau''i I.IIIIInl'lli.i + ( I'wII.I" General Siiiwrlntenilent. General' J'l\III4nil1! :
    IC'oIM"11I1I, ,
    Inn .
    will show
    I MnllIu,'II NuI" iM tluwtitfo l and Uu>y "ruauual( ninny liu" -- --- -- -

    {r f lea' ahul4L lmli'1110> ( ft "".iKI I bug"", \\1"1111'' I Ih'II' |"fIlVIIIIIII"( ovui liut' Huititiin. Tltu |'iiit >.
    S | 'tutor" Mr I.. U. Mooru" IIIIM. bean' HARRY MASON & GO.
    / busy
    Si beau "uiMtli, A > Unit Uinu I "lim d The florida & ai1r
    a ::1 h hll\"III"'n\ Hie ('''''lIlh,". and (luomln>> all this Htuninur/ ., |>/nttlii|" l nth> ( tlld h'11'' Central peninsular R

    P'' ;' I t Mitt, ni'ouinU In/ tlia bus' ""I'IIIII'bI"' 0111,11.
    uud hlllll'l'' Utu i>'ai>i>lu tiklk '1'( Mr TIIKniun
    Ion, Jobbers In Fine
    I'' ttllwn\ """lhIMnl'IIII"' / I I L I\UIIUN a Iola Imported Short Line
    Ulan' I Itliti --...-- between Florida and nil NortI cm Points.

    'I '"I't IlIlv" Naan Mr, lipyan" savant" Ilnluie. and, w Ihtytltttwl' Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville

    illl4l, ) 11111"11"1'11> i'( 11'h, ,g "him' u11ktliwu Soabroozo. J.\l'KtlIINVII.U1. Liquors and Cigars High
    Everett Savannah Augusta. Ga., Columbia Washington' ,
    fll'IIII'1.,1"11'1( / | VIMO| 'U 1 "Ida' hili", -

    wad" shook hands with "him' Nod l hU wlfu ((lruwdtld, \ out of liut 'UNDO,) tlmore Philadelphia. New York Boston and the East

    f hvunl" "lilin' NgI Hln% Al UlovoUml' Olds, Grade Whiskies Etc. Everett, Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga Nashville, Lout vllle, Clnci
    L l Ml. Jullrt Kl .toii_ Mm, 'lloraonItnwai't'i and Chicago.
    u l rir
    wheiU' .
    It vU, >ul>tl. nuilo th, ,, bunt apaavh"

    j .: ,.t "hIN 1"1 nut| I m'lI\' .t.jr that. I luv ;' ,', iiUtti*-him !wall 1'1'1'1'\1| ) l to -'..-' r'. Birmingham, Holly Springs Memphis, Little Rock, ianS" OS

    1 ueutvrums' lit' "III iwu' 1\1\/11111",11\/ lit IhnI tho Ulwiiotm Nohitol, .Mini/ UHMuuiixl has, ""- Whl.kl'li. "|H>rl 1.>l 1111" IHtiuwitloi Hoiithuru Hll., ...."andRye.........tmm$1.30pergt\ Chicago Sioux: City.
    ,I foHtlnu nuw ilutlo the fith tuNE, Hr.mlU''>.iii...tlo. .1'I.I".I_vh, \,llIullb..,,)'. Hittt ....+ .'..11..1! Uuiwy.,fn>ui : Idlperga j River Junction Penaacola Mobile New Orleans Texas: J exico, C31 land
    I ; 4 uountry .hnllll( i''y four ytlaru' IIlhlll'\\ 1I1I.-.1\I..I."I.I"III.'u.. l ,. .... ,......, ..fnnu I 1.IIIJ..rjtal the Pacltio Coast. Effective 1O
    April 18OO.
    I dNy. 1YNrhingluu W. II, lUyooUln, of OilamKt,,, \ who has Hum ,. ,. .. .. ..... ........ .from i 1.IIIJI"rjt.1 ,
    ( 4 luU H. t,1 1111.1lIllt wluusurt'ahsrry l'at".1. Mnavwl.'l'larol l sW., I1't\lU ....5.150,*rgs 1 New York Kxprm!: N... 3d. I Inn J
    i hantt\ tpaudhtg, \ straw Uutn" III'I' 1'Isrolw-Vtoest tlrautls.! .., ,., from u ova, n
    ilyau" 1 .hll aunt 14rat I hu4lvl I. "I' ', per c 1a. artaara tl 1. Title 7:30., m., \taily, with Tb-t.
    1''nl..II..r( .. .. .. .. *"
    I ... ..fnuu$1.8eperd'SAD' *. Sleeper Sarannab ,
    111'111" l ,
    1111"11tI.I" ,,.... Ho will ,
    1'1'1111. atvr. perNUUaI "utagnatbot and' o "
    Philadelphia. N .
    All other Kino llrnntl, at equally Low Irlo".. Baltimore e.f r\O'f
    oouuaaudN,. \ ''' .' hrtvo III' ""1111',1: fish story to lull hUvltfiitU O r. Eastern points. Connect c
    1111I'I. IIIh""U"I' lit J Uj6 and! tlviiiljohim will l>o lou"klltl In lH>xt>', when so requested, without ex-: a iNe Arrive Jackonvllle9U0p.m.
    4 : :
    orawd.IwUvrthau' 11111 huutru 1"1'' 1 h4vUix. Wwn/ t>"* of the tluthnal l lwatlo < tr" ,.,mU Money' rvfutultxl, for "'>'''i>tl'*." when turnetl. Express Company will + *

    n I ." h.NnL. U. III aetINiuly. \ Nn, "I'lIh'l' .Invw i plty wlui sltMv, lo OnutMul to rowth. not take, \liquor t':. O. IK Sent! money with order to tutve delay and trouble J C JacksonTillJIO New York :Fat m. Mail dailf! YJ ('* "" ,
    wlidlo\ hlch Send, for Price LJt. or cull\ upon MASON CO.. Mr..a ,S p. remaoiUoa.onville '
    III"of Lila wulvl aliI'' wt* Uwuihetl H mlluNMtyu \ era points and for
    i .vlI\'f roan 1'\''''" Mil 307 Air> ) 811 W. Mason liiock ETA. .
    lUy St., ( ) IACKSOSVIH.B, d e 10 25a.m.
    } I"" utlrr ulaklny N wan ...,"., the. II" hotel\ 4.'oq( !IIhl'I. e '

    h.. . .. .. .. .. ... _u. ., .. __ .. __..." ._ V I. itoI
    .1010"I.. 1Yhe11 F
    Mew 1X
    III' uW" 1N NuyM+dy Smith" "I'.Y l + \ Only LJn Throoch the line

    .I r! I ever.. healYi. ksthur: of "III'kii.1\ the (lists htslwat Labor Saving t Economical I Incombustible I e. t- O A Country_ I.of Middle Leave Florida.Jack. **F'!...* i

    f J r 1 wl.II ,tl WM III I oonhl\ gal chi \n\+ +kl t"1' wad 'gals: "1.,1* faallog a. "' ... for Lake C7 Bar.Live Oak. )(...t....
    .. ui.a
    "-'iii \ but 1 avL. ...t class .h0uhl' \ Ix j r. a TallahaMee.W..r Junction. "" '
    \11'\1'1.1, 'UI\ knawwhww 1'w"1'"a"\ mart. :New:' and the eonct.......
    l will''' h." _N wwtk .ah1NMl I will till .\1(tor H slay Vf four mouths" thwy rluont "PAINT OFF. o laddtthe Faeiflo c'-' ..'aArrivea -
    Jacksonville IM a. m.Key.
    : :
    In' .Flw'IdN" \, X"uw, and will probably *iuo v"'ly u>l* "Hli I t sad Mr :Smith, ert is

    \. iha old hurt"( (ft""vU11)4.1" ) who Wku* to S III\t> _', "i vV>I Uif, wary rat i1 S -
    b ((1'1\t.ul,Hl. lu America' and Europ. ) 00 o
    \' ,, Yvnl'.ttaIY1A JtjtulAy, w$ lI"aU k""wvu KKiklux' tw O Lety..Jacksoavfie/26iim.forgoal.,

    Jt Moat(41. blur Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces Jr ) 10 0 R Orlando t1\twae.. WUd-wood.,Silver Lacooehee.SprlU"Lmonrc.,0eaIa.n.J.' aaia laten'ry. .+an3'k

    Joo 'h.lw rn
    U"U..yf l"w"I, '- Tam... Arrive JacksoovUM 44 V
    ? 'bo F.xttwiWtl' UI thlM1 1tDlhrut111tuut th, wry vUvwif' axNat, what .h... bw o Ut. .

    hlttttul tor Key 1Yr.h gust vd klrt and Mrn.l US'.U". : Chemically, Instead of Burning Off."rUVtWir d M r -

    5, tlV .vat5 .. wklt Ivaat' wlU N'ln" with ].) ... .... -- _Cincinnati rtI1e8 A and'" ..Florida' Solid ).. 'rtnu t.,a4.
    1 L1 :
    r Tb.. 1',1. W.It<.rU ar baalt.v.. tkNla 8\a0J'' b.autLtul' rk.Wh.. 'its b., pi'xI1oUo taa._....,__ ...*.... **.>* vl a a.w Utwwrerr toa eaeailaur sad tsjro--.. C lTIUL a plate ever .Po.komAtlaata. I0 Ctnnas.d"' ." ".
    l\1.a\ of ovraaIM' LQ1dIow b1 tall wLLer.utualty ," w. b.v.. tui Q I1.!.........4. ht ob.arv. thrtk1 fcy "' ,... tMivai ot ta*\ surd \ ,-.-..... tnM. Kritaio a Hl uthae wa u:* INHHMH xim tvt> awl etWrluwr4 wttfc, to. ymrpoM Ua vWw u< BaOiajt a efc,mK| siaau** axlulvvol ecU'. t 1r. Uxuartlte. Cktaaca _. g'Arrlv e.
    .xw4 fru+w Allalol lu 111:: r.qt. ....t,bitla.IW .u.lyy bar. ut wM y.u., auU varrunk UkM wvohl soyiuaat the tad luMnMt rf bras l f aaa svraplac wt 7U3a$1iLu .... _1_ .JJkeisoariIl -"U.. LN", of a. Jaw. I brow ovakag+wltrr trot. kin :Stewart partake w row 1raW C---.1. .
    1tu tP ttw. biub Ulluaw tl ana Dttt.orate *. J"\vm.. J1a.. .rUe: We bare -- .. ....
    tk. lu Iw k att .
    ; j tvlt4wtus w" roywvt 111. tb.walwr2 p.U.Ld1) 'a' PAOaL ..
    I ; \<(v.u !':Allllw( t{ a 'r"-l" ,.. aunt "alii say that IM 41 y. r* .Jip 'Uoc> a* a paint it is the at! tM Holly Stwiap __te. SL L>urs
    wars 1\1... row >Irt Ilaal.r. th.. beast p.klul rw.0r.r hll the,.. -. .. CatcaKv Lan Jacaroavtn__ 5eU!

    t ; 'w. ivol.llwl. tDe XtallJ-' X..n. & xagl I i a4 a, wbo b wl (\ tU nll1"n" ,,u.rr IVialvr. .KJ"kw' TUl"i TU.. writ.: "BaYiag hw ex- lhmt..1 S -.. M+i eoti.Sloan Atlaaia.i Bus4.ltJ

    1 'J ta.IlU pw3.lrlus. IbNI 11 bat amuraww ""ba, Suit Cr.l (Mr about Iwo, 1".Ik'' tw urwclWal palnlvr. foe Si tak0 teat pl** tti. In iJad\\niq: i acaa we SS i5 '' 'r.1.t7q.''' -1 .q 2Jr chagjr Ita ga.raMv; ,

    'anon. pArtttrtl} tbaa.r.r, \ albt taMwtbrt terra. tbb.. btlav b fur Jackson.: 111haWd. an" h..duU7 ""' ..wD.t I'Q 'be pUiWW till g.wrttl." *aFXm.-J- mq i64entt. 0...eoaaeetfc toe .ttaaw*:a- S LSii *"*.*,

    4 + ;4 4 wltt Yyv.1. g turlh.r .uutq tb4W rlll.t It.W N eiLAUrtI at 'b. Sitiigbl ,, W. LAns.lvU. of Hall. Illldlteb A C" o..rat. base r&tat." JaeksoaTiQo. .Si 1ii P.P.irror__a.-. loe T".h-i.. aad taterm..llaa ....._ Anon Jactsuavdt
    r'' '"' KU.: PaJjitoit tbocou tk trial it t Tampw ta.l '"- las r. ...sp.n Art.eJacad1F'
    wrltiMi "U.avm.c gtw., proooaoc* to a sae uAat.i. .
    X\a 'm.l .
    M l ,boa.aMJI N' ol twe Trine tr'Lear art
    S.vtlt i'f' dropwhi dautw .1 :Laa1d. *Jaadi.r.yla. I
    1us' awluatkt V rwl sui." < .wsr., aaU. W' W all yoa t lM for It. Sta..r-last.tiro Tampa for BnidvatuvaaaUJbaatrRive*p"'tao-
    aluug u.. bky: w. oaur wltbi S .v.tAb14 urge '"vl".l l th.*' aU Night Train*.
    :r- 9,tt4 tot Circular and IWtiuoaUla to
    .gaa1 o4Nad4 $M t., 4u Wtat'1" ou4 NtWWti teal _.1t whin' olu.k 8gar. vu tb.r brlag. : zra: S..4lDrB... ta.Waa4 towmtlp Map o< rtorida to

    I .v IMW4 wbal. 'Jr"." \h. awu sw vu' ..duu; .vlJ........ of ....t 3uhi toil front. SouthEastern States Palntoff Company.St. X. S. P> TiGTON. A.. O. UcDOu.r.
    Is )
    ( 4w --M Owlttaupouvllry 8.Ia,1 bur.\ Hi-->1>A1? b* wltlX IM Us* UlOtVv Augustine Flal. '"
    Y ? Traffic MAaag.r. Eenaresll'wA

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    WHO ? STAGE GLINTS. Master's Sale. Bwr..tear1 xUr I AI.KX NIC:A It. I.U/KST! TAYLOR. The Largest and 'I Moat:! Complete it

    A correspondent; encU to The Companion ,

    hop the girls who eat on the sly Charlotte Behrens will be Robert and by virtue of a decree of for*, a "true scory," which could only NEAR & TAYLOR, ',tEstabllshment. South .

    II them hard and make thoin ory Mantel leading lady again this sea UNDER and I sal* issued out ot the Circuit tIO L true perhaps, in this age of college (9ur< wish that t1103' might Court of Urevard county, Florida on the
    y OUr son. 2nth day of Sepu'inlier A 1> I SI HI, wh..reln Aaron athletics.A GEO. S. HACKER & SON .
    Frances Drake is the last of the "le A. IHturauw Is complainant and Stephen 1>. group of ywHipIo were diconwiing arecent Artesian Well Contractors ,, :
    ami call Uelger! and his. wife, Ida L.. Uulgur: are U"r"nd-
    n..the.. r ape ofoeree' hall gitimates" to announce her intention anto.1 will all at public 8Ul't10I1\In front of the novel. Some liked it, only some EAU GALLIE FLA.
    I.III but one and that Is all? to go into the vaudevilles. avert house hours of sale, the nrst In November ,
    Our Steward. upon Monday "I foundIt
    1I1i1t! .
    "For my: part, a lady,
    Anthony Hope and Edward Rose are the same being the second day of said
    month to the highest and .lout bidder for cash, highly tatiM-pRting. I especially liked
    Lki be works at Mount Pleasant lintel said to have received about $25,000 each the following iluiwrllKid. lands situated in Hrevanl THE \
    quite a swell .;John the brother of tho heroine, :you
    knit the girls cull In royalties on "The Prisoner of Zenda." county Florl.lit. ",to-wlt i :
    iH the oyster ou the shell'IOur All of the northeast. quarter ol section 10, remembor. Not a very amiable choritoter 1 1W

    I Steward. Charles Warren will leave for Australia township 34, south of range 311 cart; except thenorthhall little coa1'lleo no donbt-but well '
    -a Y .
    KM the rake. across the slide to play the General in the Sydney northeant quarter of the; alimexoept northwest. l the quarter I three or following .said sketched in, and decidedly" Btrong." ias

    hi for rolls with longest strt.le\ production of Hoyt's "A Milk White I tracts Heretofore sold by said Stephen. 1>. At this point a youug collegian who PLANT'SYSTEM.! i'\
    could have almost died 'IOur Geiger to-wlt I Five acres sold to Rolwrt t\. t\. ,
    ) Stewardess. Flag. Grant, a.IIII'avl.1 St. flair Noshlt.. by tlued. ( detect. had taken no part in the conversation

    Mrs. Beerbohm Tree probably will July flth, ItttW, and rooordud lu said Bounty July suddenly found his voice: "book "K" S.I1, and a
    Urn bard. from morn out till of night not accompany her husband to America, half <,7X;> acres:sold;tu Andrew\: Nesblt, bv deed "Uow much can ho lift?" he naked
    needed\ sight
    MI or,he's never gets thing! Our right Private? Walter. Kate Rorke coming as leading lady in- dat. August..d July 8th:SMrd; 1XH8 IXKM In, and book reoonlud"K." page In said SMi county and Lu all aoberuoHa.-Youth's Companion. ;,

    stead. forty acres sold Norman It.Johnstone, by domldated
    June !2(>th. IKtw, and recorded in sad: The Plot Th.. Fall.... JlfdniifacfurswofDoors :
    Blindly work tho whole day long, The great hit made by: "Under the county, Aug. th. 1HXII, In book "K" page' ...0. of
    V aye stay whore they belong Polar Star" has caused scores of arctic The said "baud hereby conveyed containing HTM "Did you try that-ncheme ringing .
    ror, never get things wr Our melodramas to be unearthed acre. a bell on Jnhnsou when ho Wall in tho ; Sash Blinds
    Table Girls. musty I will\ also sell all the following tract of land "J
    receptacles. beginning: at the sonthoast corner of the northeast middle of his speech? JACKSONVILLE, Fr>.&., July 15, 'W.
    of section 10, east '..11) rods, "Yea and it flialed. Johnson; was a
    quarter !go
    measles at their birth
    Ju"k iiiht for the everything on earth Atkins Lawrence and George W. Wilson thence north twenty rods,thence west ttlo rods, street car conductor at one time." Messrs. B. II. Hopkins, Mocldin* and Building; Material.! 4
    D ell and kicked for all they're ? have been engaged for principal thence south twenty toils to the place of beginning Fla., Pass Agt. L. A X.
    Oar lI rJ'l ,. i said {land being In the northwest quanberof "Well! R. L. Todd Dlv. Prow. Agt. } "I
    > tMHlVnroroflins
    in James; Klnjr
    A. Herne' "Shore OppositeCnnnvo /
    parts section II, townnhlp 1(4, smith range/ 36 "I made the mistake of ringing twice, ?
    1i:1llItSystem.:: .
    Acres" east, containing twenty acres. The two tracts
    I nil are "are" most kind, company. luiroliy to be sold and conveyed containing) 4 and he took it as a compliment-thought J Jacksonville FIn. Street .

    [our faults over blind Two sons of Bartley Campbell are acres, or so much thereof as may he sunlclont It wan a.lIlgl1 l for him to go ahead. "- \
    111 I we serve with all our mind 'IAllderson to realise the amount tine ooinplnlnant, principal Gentlemen:-It Is with plomiiiro wo
    &; producing their dead father's old play, and interest and also the costs of Cincinnati Enquirer. Gluivlostoii C.

    the nicest rations and rumor baa it that they are making suit eto. beg; to advUo you that wo, the tram :
    serves with them. GEO. RORHINS, Where Are the Bens'
    i the best aooominoilattonsloos money ]ortatlon commlttoo of JnckxonvllloDIviHlon
    many exclamations? Edmund Collier will play Mark Antony 0012-30 8"00Ial1\l"ter. ".;TUII' got a letter from Mildred. Sa&b. Weights Cord and
    The Mount Pleasant Home. ,
    ROB BKOOKE.jfuBlon in a production of "Cleopatra"whicn She' enjoying the country so much. No. 2, Uniform Rank K. of P., ,

    > Mountains, N. H. Messrs. Fitzpatrick and Ober Muster's Sale. She layS, 'Every day at sunrise a neighboring after n thorough Investigation. of tho

    will send on the road. rooster rouHeii us with bill early vaitous routes to the Biennial Mooting! Hardware, 1
    to the choice of a bloodr VDF.R and I by virtue of a decree of foreclosure morning lay; I
    as Duke Jaxone; member of De Wolfhopper's
    a U and sale Issued out of the Circuit "Early morning lay What'a the of Supremo Lodge; Ie...of P., nt Clove- Window
    There Is but and Fancy Glass \
    Is unnecessary. company, was recently rescued Court for Itrevard county Florida, on the
    lit Sarsaparilla, and that Is Aycr's.nportant from daughter of 20th day of Roptomlwr 1HIHI in a certain cause matter with the hens-ou a atrikef" land, Ohio, have decided that on accountof
    a watery grave by a therein herein Aaron A. IxiOrauw Is
    fact was recognized at pending Cleveland Plain Dottier. A SPECIALTY.: :
    Merry, the great scenic artist complainant and Klinur L. Jennings and his superior Advantage. and .schedules In
    World's< Fair, Chicago, 1803, being wife Agnexs Jennings' are dofendants I will .
    ly blood purifier admitted to be Lewis Morrison produced Frederick sell at public auction In front of tho courthouse of "Pftlntoff be had each direction, to name an our Oltlclnl 1.
    exhibition. Bryton's new play, "The Indian," in door at Tltusvllle during!: the legal hoursof Samples may AgJIDt for "Quick Mealf Gasoline Stew.
    on sale, upon the first !Monday .In November, A at the AnvocATB office, free of charge. Route the following:; Plant System to
    Halifax. Judging; from press comments D IHWI the same being the second day: of said
    the play; scored a success. Mr. month to the highest and beat bidder for cash Montgomery, Louisville A Nnshvlllo R'y
    Eau Gallie. all the following desorllMHl real estate situateIn Send to the ADVOCATE: office and
    Morrison appeared in a dual role-twin the County of Mrevard, town of Tltnsvllle, I got free information respecting the new to Cincinnati, und Pbnnaylvanla U'y to'' WILLIAM CLARII[ Agt. ;

    I Crowded out of last l Issue.] Indian brothers. and State of Florida,and described aa follows i waterworks system for houses, farms, ,
    [ Lot(3)three of the east suit-division of Old Cleveland. As to date of departure wo
    r Block ((4)) 'our, of the town of Tltusvllle Ure etc. No overhead" tanks used. This Is L.U'KBER, STK&M: A- GAS! JTl'T1U!: ,
    i said that Mrs. John Cary will not TURF TOPICS. yard county Florida a* shown on the map said to bo a fine Invention. Circulars will advise you later, and we earnestly .,
    which Is recorded In book "<*" of deeds at page free. Rooting and,'Sheet Iron Work..
    t orida this winter. 6UO Records of said county or so much thereofas sent to any part of the south, hope that all other Divisions throughout .
    Alcidalia is now the sensation of the I nsybe sufficient to realise the amount due
    I weather Interfored with the Rabat hour in New England. the oom.laln..nt.lrln" and Interest and also the State will join us at Jackson- Pumps Piping mi' Drain Pipe, Ball

    week, the boats being unable toIt. the oosu of suit etc. Master's Sale. T1nba. Water Ckitot' and W..l\.S aod"".
    ville and desireto
    Last year's fast colt Larable. 8 ::13Ji, GEO. M. ROHBINfl, ina'body.< Wo

    will not be raced this season. oct240 Special M1I8ter.SherUt' go into Cleveland on a Solid Pythian ....Electrics Bells....
    and by virtue of decree of fore-
    Jeter Kingan Ilodgson has tone! to The fast Pennsylvania stallion WilLiam UNDER, and sale insuingout nf the Circuit train. l".oo..311 forayth Blnrm .'j

    d to resume attendance at the Penn aO7y4, has been a half this Sale. Court for Krevard Bounty Florida wherein |
    Charles!: E. Btults, doing business. under the Yours very\truly,
    1 n University season in 1 :O2 firm name and style cf Charles: K. atulti Jnokiionaillo, Florida.
    I* complainant and John Houston aid Signed :
    recent storm did no damage in Red Bud. >8t4fcf> trotting and UNDER and by virtue of an execution Issued Susan) K. Houston his wire and Charles Blum, Gttv D. Anhcraft
    the fleet and river >> pacing baa been allowed tore- the County Court of Drevard lolng business under the Ann name and styleof .
    fishing A:19j wherein
    vicinity, In a cause therein depending Ouarlea lemon & Company are defendant; I James Saunders, Choree. .
    I finding shelter in Eau Gallic creek. turn to the trotting gait John M. Sanders Is complainant, and Luther will sell at pMbllci ontory. In front I of the Courthouse Jt H. Plnous. ',
    Weinberg Is d..fonclant.I have levied upon and Tltusvllla Florida the W1.1IIes.Uquors.
    door, at during
    T. II.
    rge Houston, In trimming mast, Charles Marvin the veteran trainer will sell at public auction In front of the courthouse legal; hours of sale, on the first Monday In UoRtie, s .
    and driver, is at present schooling a lot door at Tltusville Florida on Monday November, A I) imw, to the highest and rest Comml ttoo.ROyyi ., amcfj Clears.Ouarnnbooil .
    Its severely above the knee. the 2nd day of November A I> 1K1M during the
    leg very bidder for cash, the following desarlbed real estate
    of youngsters in New York. hours of sale, to the best bidder Pure.
    accessible the wouud legal/ highest and situated m Urevard county, State of \

    actor owed being and bound up by, one of his Seventy heats were trotted and pacedat situated for cash In the the county following of Itrevard described,and property State of Florida Commencing to-wlt I at tIle southwest corner of block SoM at sliced

    the Columbus (0. ) grand circuit Florida to-wit t Vo.9, from thence northerly along' the east side SY.PILLStjJIIEW"I.VERV. II1'lco. 1
    tla, and the patient made ale com- meeting at an average below 8:11J Lots 18,10 and IT, block "A," Cocoa Reach Improvenient of Highland :avenue two hundred anti: sixteen "" .
    bla Association I all I lu sec iM,township 20 )) feet t from thence eiuterly at right angles :NEVER FAIUA I.|orlwdl ,
    as possible.Now Allie Maya, a brother of Ralph south of range 3T east,:>r so much of above described with Highland avenue ninety-nine ((110))) feet to a eats nltwC fur.ut" Tokay Wise,
    property as will IMS, sufficient to satisfy said being the southwest corner and MunCy or ti lnfni
    Wilkes >a ::06J. Is not being trained said execution and costs. post starting point post of the tract' of land hereby: conveyed =:: !hyovr.ft..<.S M>.>. fvom Italy i
    It Is "Bicycle: Teeth." owing to injuries received some time J. E. BOWMAN from thence easterly at right angles with thnu iMtlUUlon or Vvillia' llt

    I be something peculiar to the ocU-30 Sheriff Brevard Co. Highland avenue thirty-three (.13)) feet from :: ... bo.lIelld 91. Hvt.. John; B..Togni.Motvopolltaiii :; ,
    may thence northerly and parallel with Highland *. .... .. ." ,
    Jrn climate to tho dust of the eastnde ago.L.. L. D. ii a new one in the >9:10> : avenue serenity-five(75) feet from thence westerly ) .. Hold h.M'urst Saloon. 12.1: East Day St. .,
    at right angles with Highland avenue uhI.a ,
    ; N =
    i or to some peculiarity about list He won the second heat in his race In Circuit Court lireviml Coun- thirty-three ((3.1) f..ot.from thence southerly .
    feet ;
    astern method of riding bat the at Ottnmwa Ia., recently, taking a allel with Highland avenue seventy-live (To) Sold by Jt.B. Sorevon, only. JACKSONVILLE:,. FLOa1DA

    remains that down Philadelphia record of 2 :09. ty, Florldn.! t to the situated post above on mentioned lots four ((4)Haiti) mid tract live of(A landMilng ) of Wholesale Mid ItetsklL..,... ,,

    I bicycle riders are in large numbers Two blacksmiths are employed at the block two((2)! according to the rni'ordoil vilmgeplat : .
    of tho village of Eau Uallle situated In _
    dentist call C. D. Flood
    tad what "receding
    by Cloverdell farm, and they are kept VS. section IA. In township :tn, south of range 87 WHEN YOU FURNITURE
    5. The offices of the dentists no- busy aa Mr. Moore has about 100 horses James K. llowman as sheriff east, said I plat being recorded on May 111th: IH84, ***
    In hook l>. page 374, of the records of the Clerkof :
    tale of Itrevard and .
    to are
    | a Philudolphion's county exolllclo
    ing farm. FEEl SHAKY ,
    shod his
    being on administrator of the the Circuit Court of Mrovard county, Florida
    run with wheelmen and wheel estate of J. A. Tomato l> Foreclosure{ of R. FREEMAN HALL .
    James; Green of Wilmington, DeL, wy- WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
    hen who want to know what is the er "deceased E. 1. Dwyer Lieu. oot2-30 Special Master. I
    who drove Sulodin by Sultan to bis record her surviving husbandsaidMrs.
    with their
    (tor teeth. Theycom'plaln
    of is handling some R. Hudiiut, and-
    IIOIS": very ,
    I they have more and more exposed Hudnut her husband and INTERSniTHSCHILLTONIC f

    surface for every day that they ; fast green ones at Wilmington. Fred F. Beal. Mnnter'n Sale. 'J

    and that unless some remedy is Barney Perry one of the old Rchool UNDER In virtue the of above a final entitled decree cause made I',

    dily found they will all either be trainers!, ia at present a full fledged wherein C. U. Klixxl is .complainant an.1Jam..a UNDER and by virtue of a degree of fore rfl
    K. Bowman as sheriff I. eta., et. al., and sale lssulngout of the Circuit
    lose molars incisors Boniface, being the proprietor of the are )
    toothed or respondent, by the Honorable John I). Ilroome Court for Hrevard county In a cause therein -
    |canines altogether. Bell House in Middletown, N. 7. Judge of said court and d..tel12l1th day of September depending, wherein Jacob lleck Is compl In- THE MEDICINE N I.
    ant and John H.Johnson I* defendant I shall
    htl story goes that it took the dentists Buster. 9>> ::1B, has returned from the Master, IIIIMJ\\I whereby the land I hereinafter was appointed..... Special, : offer for cue to the highest and best bidder for Of KNOWN MERIT.

    Bg time to find out that the comnt Indianapolis wreck in a very dilapidated as Special Master,as aforesaid will, on Monday cash during the hour of II a. 7 p. m., on !
    of theL the 2nd flay of November A l> IHUrt,the same being Monday the!2nd ISIS,at Vero SOLO BVfRYWHKmaAHTHUH :
    | came only from riders condition. He will not be able to pace the first Monday' in November, and a legal: Ilrevard county Florida, the following described firm R300.Lousvt.LaKY.O.N.RAL .

    They put two and two together again this season, and it may be that he sale day within the legal hours of ode. In front personal property to-wlt,...
    have to theg of the court house door at Tltusvllle In said The saw mill together! with engine boiler
    stop will.
    | put a peremptory never county and state sell for highest' planer and all the tool, furnishing and all-|
    of wheels in the Quaker City un- bidder therefor': th" O I -h'rr".f'1o a and lot liurtenanoes to said mill belonging lining the 'j
    4,of section iifl, south of 311 east said property of the defendant, John It. Johnson,
    hey can evolve a remedy for bicycle COMMON SPICES. land lying and being In Brevard range county: Florida anal being situated at Vero Florida.A. -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine.! ,

    Dentists laugh at the story and or so much thereof as will be necessary to J. LEWIS, No. one *5; No. two, $IOj; Mo. three, tlTituavilie !, ,

    say that there are no such things Cinnamon ia the inner bark of a tree realise the amount ordered to be paid by saidd..o..e. octZ-octSO Rieolal Master. Fla.Southern e (

    bicycle teeth in Philadelphia, and of the laurel family. ,and the costs of said suit. NI
    D. L, GAULDEN.oct ,
    add that they don't believe they Cardamom seeds of excellent quality Special Muter.Sheriff's --- -- /;,#

    i fast enough in Philadelphia to in- are grown in Germany.The '

    > any part of the anatomy.-Kansas .
    ordinary red pepper has long Hale. ;
    been used as a medicine. -sk,. : .1,1

    Bicycling; No a ...- The leaves and even the bark of the and by virtue of an execution Issued \,1'I i

    It la an error to call bicycling a nutmeg tree are said to have the fragrance UNDER. In cause the Circuit therein Court depending for Brevard county. Railway I "
    aze." It is something very different of the seed. n.R. MoCormlck Is complainant and in .

    i that The simple fact Is that the The anise seed plant grows spontane son Is defendant I have levied upon and will FURNTTVnR nf every descrl 'ties. Write
    sell at public auction In front of the court far' price. all order over
    freight paid on -.t I
    nan race has discovered a new power only in most of the countries around house door at Tltusvllle during. the legal hour ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. .111.00. ',.

    | its own use. From the earliest dawn the Mediterranean. of sale on the first Monday In November, A IIIKiM K' 1H.111TT1NG: .
    ),to the highest and best bidder for cash,
    civilization man has been experiment- Cinnamon was brought Greece and the following described real estate situate In 14 Bast Ray Bt. JACKSONVILLE, VLA

    I with the whreel which be invented Rome before the time of Christ by town the county i of Urevard and Htatu of Florida, THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS. DINING

    I increase his powers of locomotion. Arabian merchants.The Beginning at the west or northwest corner of CARS THOROUGHFARE COACHES. WEAK MIEN MADE VIOOROUS
    of tract of land deeded to Blookshear
    he has hit a device which a andKason
    upon difference between black and thence south 610 10 m.west 10.28 chains
    011 i his own body the source of pow. ia in the retention thence south 44s 10 m. a at 12.63: chains thence VESTIBULED TRAINS.
    white ginger or removal 1
    He boa placed wheels his feet snu'h 449 00 m. west to the east line of land of
    upon of the dark colored epidermis.Two I ".J. Nellliran thence south to the line of the t\ .i} tl."
    1 M a result finds his powers of looo- kinds are from the same root Fleming' Orant thence southerly slog the line MonthAND BAST.All '. NORTH AND WK?.
    tion multiplied by five and even ten. of Fleming Grant to the north line of the Wharf ,i
    Ground cinnamon has been adulterated Tract thence north 410 :21 m. east 87.SJ: chain
    teed of walking five or ten milestb to a poet on the bank of Indian River about 10 N.. 15W.. all Ne. II InMY. 1 "SAV. noonf. wo r.WfatJPEFFER'S W
    | more or leas effort and fatigue, he with many foreign substance, but feet north ofUlhson'* wharf thence northerlyslang : I VM.Llaa'M.. V. JI" Via. No. 7florid NERViaOR Old) '

    dB i himself traveling 10, 20. 60 and generally Indian meal, wheat flour and the river shore 8.43 chains to east. or southeast Tralaw Dan,. Vest All. Train ".U_. nod tM511. : .
    corner of Blacksbear and K .n'l. thence .. others ) all I
    en 100 miles, according to his phyavigor pea flour are used for this purpo.e. south VI: o west along south line of said tract Ola'M BspV. Toanfmn renaltyret minhoodii old
    .. .....
    re "
    "llIor. A -
    and experience, with little In the West Indies red pepper is a favorite 6.87 chain, thence north 8X 9 west 13.4ft chain .... .c.ouu&Su'...o .' .' I4eII*,. i
    to place" of beginning. Also lot No. :i of sectionan ,: :: \l71 :. :
    ptible fatigue and with a moat de- remedy for many ailments. In all township 30soethrang.; 89 east, containing Lv J'ck'vlU,r.O.AF......... I ao stn 45 pm L... "....11_"" "., r. a P. a 46 pm 1)) 20 am *"C..r. .' -ell y *.w S9iv...n 4Pew.r wV_!!.. D'1. :\
    htful Be baa of throat it i* used a* a 40 acres. Also lot No.2 and the southwest quarter aio.mI18 1.1': .". H,ahmAr. ,. It ZO IL40--! !!!, H *f / .BUN end ,
    | sense of animation. case son gargle of southeast quarter section II, township bvXTrtt, I'.C. nr.LvBavaa'ah ..... 197 am Manoa. *r.l. Ten am TIu pon. p:r.:er>:Si5 Wards off Insanity: and consumption.DiJf : :'.,

    ome master of his new power, the while it la regarded also as a spe- 31 south, range 88 east. | also the southwest quarter T.C.P_.......J"- ptn pm.. A'".''. ...... .6. 8O sin 1 I6 pm. Doa ,">rohilst!( ImpOllO a worihUMCnhstllutf. .on.. ''il
    : valuable he baa acquired since' be ciflo for scarlet fever and Ic latin. of northwest quarter and the northeast OoluabiaJBoatb'ik......... .11I pa ..Wara G9nelmn igntj." ...... 13 G6 pm 4 la am -"U.AV1., ''is' a U..J8..II. In.t': Per p.
    quarter of southwest quarter of section 14,township .C.... 1 U .m" Can b. I: : t'Ots"
    sM t.
    ned to walk, and it is henceforth 'The taste of pepper is due to aa acrid 81 south,rang M east, containing 80 acre. It...........rlo'te.80.'..''"-......... 1 MpaaMara IMSe .. LoaI..vUJ. Ftwt .rn.. '1 30 imp Im par. e. peJ' bO. "or u t e-,; ...It': sop: ...-..rep 1.. r..'

    t of his equipment for his struggle oil it contains.. Its odor is of a volatile JAMES BOWMAN UWa.h..n,80atb.o-........ ec.plD r.1T"i: i 00 am .......... ptt... u.._..tree... to Sold son b"d 11IIf1f1.a Me.....Addre... ..a.smphlet ..

    |th life. la it probable that having oil, which easily enough escape Pepper oct3-oet: Sheriff./ fcrBalttmora.i'a.B.R......... 100_ UMpmOOasn Ar.IilrminhanlAontti.rn1120: pm .......... >otYlfra MMaphT K. O. M. H. W .. ...
    oe become possessor of a power like expoMd to the air will lose most of its l.PMl.'phla4> .B.a.......... lOUaai Ka.U"y.K.aaMk.M. ii :a pm pmtkrnsls ':::..:... Sold by J.; D. Screven only. r

    i the human race la going to abandon odor while retaining a great part of its Notice of Election. arW.wTor>.P .fi-li..... .. ".pI Dam .. .. ... . ... ... ....... rh4

    I7 Aa well might we expect it to aban- acridity of tut .-8t Louis Globe -- .O

    railway and and electricity the 'Lead o( He ..11.II PUI,
    Democrat. _ ___ and by virtue of authority vested In
    m. UNDER the ordinance of the Town of Tltusvlllo tY.J-u.a"III..r.,90. P............ "T1rPii'' TIME TO ALL
    Florida, I. Win. M.Drown, mayor of rtarannah. ........... .II M pm QUICK
    Clt.rry ..... Ia 1..s.Frencbwomen flew it :....-.. said town do Issoa tola proclamation ceiling aa Colombia) Hoathvr' ............ BO aim .
    ., ...... ....11.a.
    Election In said town to lie holden on Monday ftpartanburi, POINTS NAMED.
    | often collect all the "Why. Mr. Portly. you are all don the:mini day of October.Late, the same being the b. JI.. -=-.. TWo.. I 40 PMc.
    lit sterna that in their dorPi1 apt What's the matteer'"picy.r. fourth Monday of said 1 month In tile Council .t..*.hrrlll. Vela. T..... Ile pma
    come way Chamber for the election of the following "Jtaoa ............. 10
    the summer"'cherry, plum, peach om"" ...t & '.Ctemtt. Q. &O............. I 16 -M-
    i apricot washed and "But ;yon don't ride a whee1'I I On Mayor.
    stones. They are ter BraanrM IT 00.. dad,. Tkroagb Fulliaaa sleeper, .. '
    One Marshal. hart train leave* K* r*" a. '\.
    led in clean water dried in the son "No, bat the other fellow doe. On Collector of taxes.On Jeeu.'YI.IJo ta Clnclanatl via........,11.. Y

    "1 into Flicgend Blatter.Hoggin *Clerk who ball alto be treasurer and a*. 1 .
    pat chinta or printed linen -'V of For full information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway ..'I'll"..0. MA
    When hot applications are reared Two Aldsram to serve for two each. M
    Tb. A.-.1 =..w1.da.. years System or its connections.
    for Two Aldermen to serve for on '
    tooth or ear ache or rheumatic rear.bL \"SI
    *-1. BJone well Informed Por the term.of *_&. I.Brady
    UM. one of these bags is made thor- and Otadwla.. J. K. GULP B. H.
    resigned W. B. OBEEli HAEDWIOK
    Y Indeed. Why wt S i W. A. TURK, ,
    Wy hot in the oven and laid on the Bnggina- And I hereby give notice that B.. B. Mime. it.. Oa.S ilBM4m*. Tram Maoa...*. ..... 0r- Agt,
    oea.Turn At** ip
    know .. much M KM average W. H. Harris and J. 9. Hraaker have been :
    toted part A bag of fruit atone thus : ally who bM jnrt been ,.&IUecI judges. and Robert rmtland clerk appointed olmffnnt ....**.....Do Q W*...hi.... & & ...1...... Do G Allan. t.. Ghk.I8o6. .
    t d is good for cold feel The atone young maD ( said ele /o.. with Ute of Ute Town K Ci31.
    ve a pleasant spicy scent and retainalcrio [ from college thlnka be kaowm.-Pbll*> Council 01 said Iowa W. D. ALLEY

    "> for long time. Toronto dolphin BeooI:!... Attest W. M. BROWN Florida Paero.ger Ages r..r.Me__..... .
    a U :
    H. J. ANTHONY. Mayor.: 101 west gay Sheet.,ACDOlfYILLIL. I'LA. ;;. I' "'IIIJ !

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    o .,',:.".(''f. 4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE OCTOBER, 1896.

    '.1\I '" :'i,; :Sb H INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE 4- them at the expense of the county, them conscientiously, and have shall"be If pleased you need to jet any a Job share printing of it. we J J. S. JOHNSON

    b when two of the three are unfit for had the courage of our convic a CO
    ';r. the purpose for which they were tions. :
    j"!' Tltusville "ADVOCATE" AN Manufacturer of ._
    P Offloe: Washington Avenue, r ff- GIVE THE
    >1 obtained. Besides the originalcost The ADVOCATE would to
    " : : prefer Medium -
    / A1>VT. It 1 18 a Good Advertising
    ; Indian River, Florida. .....Fishing
    I'T .\ there is the sheriff's regular avoid political issues altogether, for those who want to increase SuppH,
    i' .,,:I II'II'.r" monthly bill for dog feed, which but owing to1 the peculiar conditions their business. '

    h,' y A WBBKtY JOUJm.ilDKVOIBD TO THE DKVELOFMENT amounts to $4 and is Just so much that exist in this year of

    4. ::\ 'r OP T1IK INDIAN RIVKK, LARK money absolutely thrown away. Ifa grace, it has been scarcely possible ''V'an.1od..A.: ; a an.:
    WOUTH AND BI OAYNB $AV SJlOTIONS.: of retrenchment in avoid of
    policy to
    ; a ... M county some expression In every section at onoe to sell staple
    matters is to be followed, the first opinion on one side or the other. experience
    {' : KVKSY FUIDAY.CHA goods to dealers; no peddling; Cotton and Linen
    ,4 i '. PUBLISHED thing to be done is to decide what We might have swallowed our con unnecessary; best side line. 75.00 a Corks Lends, Twines,Netting Etc. ; t
    A t ti expenses could be most easily dis- science and fallen in the ranks on month. Salary and expenses or largecommlsBion ; Tackle of every Descriptin gj

    ,,. ,f im H. WALTOM,' Kililwr & Proprietor. pensed with, and the abolition of the side of popularity, as so many made. Address Clifton, with 2 cent Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Brit:; ,.,

    '. SUbM..IIJtI..n. the county dogs should be the first of our brethren of the pen have stamp and Manufacturing for sealed particulars Company, Cincinnati Soap- t'V" .TAiirosr TACKLE A Sl'EClll

    i I: 1 Twelve months. $1./6U step taken in that direction. done but we have found it easierto Ohio. Baltimore, Dlf

    S'' c Btx J.oo bolt a platform which seemed to
    q dM Threo .' .50 us fraught with danger to the -
    ,, p 'r Single| copy, .6 LAST Monday night we were on country at large, and particularlyso Stable
    .: Chickamauga Company.>
    1 fi. \ .. BtrUtly; Inailvano*. the tip-toe of expectancy, looking; to that large body of men-the .. ..,
    , ,{ for the great oratorical effort of
    u y.. t I I, t the year, when one of the shining wageearners.To; Chattanooga, Tenii. 'lllOne !8 3-)

    3 ,J1 ..I ti I, The above rates Inolmle tho paymont. of post lights of the silver club was to our is mind call, attention the duty of a abuses local STATE 5 COUNTY ELECTION, TRIPS TO Lula Lake and Lula Fall! Lookout Point, Point Park, $,I
    i y age.; flnliHcrlptioni can commence any time totally annihilate the ADVOCATE, paper to Hock, Natural Bridge, Telephone Hock, Kook City and Village;('f; .;
    during tho your.DlHoiintlmiatice. and make things unpleasant for in local affairs that need remedy, tary Park, National Cemetery, Mission Ridge,: Bragg's TOWill' I'liolp'n T,?:
    f t ) to advertise that section of the Orchard Knob, Walden's Kidge. 1n"ANew i I
    I ,r,, nt ailvt. must l>o made JUTomUly all those who do not believe in the country in which it is'published, GRAND: DEMOCRATIC VICTORY.
    , k Brick Stables; Eight and Chestnut Streets.
    " 11f 1 ;1 at till olllce or by writing.( efficacy of free silver as a remedyfor
    r f to make suggestions tending to the SAM. W. DHLS, Mmagll
    all evils. Unfortun.
    . 11 existing welfare of its town or district, to .. .
    of Votes Cast. --------- -
    Number -- -
    all communication to -y-----
    . Addreea ately Monday happened to be the :
    give praise where praise is due,
    I d 'h I' INDIAN IUVEU ADVOCATB:, day before election, and as the censure where censure, and, in Another election is over, and we now W. B. DAWSON FLOHIDA. principal orator was a candidate. fact do everything in its power for know who are to be our state and. county ,

    \ on the county ticket, .it was de. the benefit of the community. This officers for the next four years. The Wholesale and Retail

    ; tided to postpone the oratory till the ADVOCATE has endeavored to vote in this precinct was light as corn-

    u j4 Check,etc., may be made payable to CiMULfH after the event-votes being curious do since its commencement, and 1 so compared with the vote cast at the dem-

    II.. .WALTOH- :: ,puhlllwr] -- --proprietor-- -. .. things and being much' more easily will its policy continue as long as I ocratic. primaries, the republican vote WINE & LIQUOR MiaAH
    lost than the chief
    I gained. As enjoyment it may exist. not reaching anything near the strength

    POOR MAN'S MONEY. in any special treat is almost claimed for it. There were only 1GO{

    ., I f4 always in the anticipation or votes cast, of which four were spoiled. i

    : f The much-used phrase, "Silveris retrospection, we still have the ad- The Silver Club. Very few votes were cast for or I 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla
    of the former and if the
    '" vantage I against Constitutional Amendments! ,

    t good the deal poor of man'II'mon.r truth In it., All, has silver a event never comes off we shall, at I The Silver Club held an open air meet- the way they were printed on the tickets Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Hi'

    1 I countries( ; and it is any rate, be saved the disappointment ing last night. The proceedings were precluding anyone who did not know

    ', 11 ij stated thevery poor of men which would probably come opened by a few choice selections, which the substance of them almost by heart Mexican and Florida Cigars.
    i iI y' who have made this subject a life- with the realization, for when any were nicely rendered by the Indian Hirer from voting intelligently; hence nearly
    , I 1 event takes place that has been Band; after which Judge: II. S. Joues- left them blank.A. FINE GROE"I
    study that there is not a silver everyone FANOY ,
    standard in ,the world much-looked forward to, it gener- Introduced to the audience by Captain A. Stewart for county clerk, loads
    country ally falls far short of our It. P. I'ao\dlson-In\ a few eloquent and WHISKEYS from $2.00: Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound fro,
    1 I', whose laborers receive over fifty : expecta- the ticket in this precinct with 110 votes,
    t cents It is (lie man'smoney : tions. Nothing, however, would well chosen remarks, returned thanks to having a majority of 88 over his republican Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.

    'II i,f' per in day.the same sense poor that skins give us more pleasure than to have the band; for the part it had played opponent, the democratic majority If you wish to open an account you must give first-class city rcfctn

    1 :I are the poor man's clothing, pestilential (. our sins pointed out to us. the campaign, nnd for its intention of varying from 88 for Stewart" to 4fl for E. -
    { Last night Colonel Gaulden triedto serenading the successful candidates,
    huts nre the poor man'sholmes N. Dlmick.
    R h( 1' show us wherein we were wrong. which was subsequently condensed at The election passed off quietly in
    and is the very
    d despotism
    1 k poor New Fall Goods.
    man's government. the request of tho Silver Club, into last Tltusville, and there was an entire ab-

    1 j THE "ADVOCATE" AND ITS night's performance.Col. sence of drunkenness or rowdyism on
    D. I. Gaulden, who followed the our streets. Good feeling prevailed in
    BUrAN is campaigning with a POLICY. judge; made a few somewhat illogical the democratic and republican ranks,

    1 l'c' rush.! lie has been enthusiastically remarks the financial about the question ADVOCATE'S, and was attitudeon launch and everything .went" along "as smooth An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually k kept 1

    ''i ;I addressing the people of various We shall feel relieved when the ing out into a leuu'ned dissertation on the as a marriage bell. "
    As was expected, Mr. W. D. Bloxliamha : 1
    II } i : ottites.'! As far as we can.see he is present political struggle is at an benefits to be derived from the free and a walk-over for Governor, and the "General Stores: DOMESTIC GOODS, NOTIONS,
    '. crowds wherever heHpeuks. end and turn unlimited coinage of silver, when lie was entire democratic state ticket .will be
    !i f drawing big we can once more Our p'lcellare very reasonable, and we are juorap)
    ( let attention to that which has unfortunately interrupted by a shower of elected. The best judges place Blox- CLOTHING Etc,
    New our gold our .
    men valuo 101
    rain which cut short what would have; ham's majority over Gunby at 25,001) shipping. One can depend to get good
    come out.UKAFINO. always been the ADVOCATE'S real undoubtedly been an interesting and instructive
    ADVOCATE bas.RupPol.ted Mr Blox- money. We Sell to Dealers
    '' aim and since it its address. Wo hope the Colonel only.
    C I l i ; began ham from the time his name wan first
    I t 1, d vile 'pithets-whieh are existence over six years ago, viz : will have better weather next time. mentioned for Governor, and we rejoiceover Some "Special Bargains" in HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTH!'

    l unjust upon even an enemy-is the advancement and good of the his election. Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by ns-i

    I' poor policy, and bears only one result East Coast in general and Titus- II. C. Cram, employed as a sawfller by The the newly-elected Citizen states Governor that his in"efforts a letterto solute Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT

    1 "1 ; It demonstrates ville in particular. Force of cir the Seldon Cypress Door Factory at will be to continuation of
    namely: to Palatka, is one of the victims of the given a economical POLLAK & CO.,
    . k r I, the general; public the heart,of the cumstances, rather than any wish failure of the Bank of Commerce of New administration, a still further advance -
    of has drawn in our educational system, strong 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, F
    I maligner. The ADVOCATE wants our own, us more or Oi'loans. The loss to Mr. Cram involve
    ) y yi none of it. less into the political turmoil, and all his savings for the past 20 years. He pushing encouragement of lines to of immigration transportation, the to -- -- .
    had been employed in New Orleans at
    t we have ventured now and then to his trade during that period and had deposited those sections of the state still lequiiing JAMBS PBITOHAKD, President; W. M. DROWN, Vice-President;

    i ) As'! FAR its the ADVOCATE can see, express an opinion which has ..apparently in that bank about $4,001) This it, and the development as rapidly as C. S. Schuyler, Cashier
    I been inimical to some of consisted of :$1,000 iu cash and *3CKM( ) In possible! of the varied resources of Flori-
    I this year's national campaign is our fcllow-citizens. We may have. notes, which were left with the bank for da." W. N. Sheats for Superintendentof BAN
    i' 'S. being; made one of personal abuse made enemies : collection aud credit. Schools, ran far behind the ticket, INDIAN RIVER STATE
    l>y demagogues and narrowminded temporary thereby, probably owing to the fact that he talked -
    but hardly think that their enmitywill too much. Reports from all over the
    Would that
    statesmen. our politics be lasting or' take the form' of =Tho steamer R. L. Mabry panned state show that the new ballot system is (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
    could IMJ purged and raised here, Thursday, on her way south from generally approved, and that the amend $100,
    4 from the mire to a higher moral petty meanness.If Jacksonville.. The boat has been chartered ment abolishing October elections has a '' Authorized capital,
    m r'' plane. in our ventures in the point by the U. S. Engineer Department large affirmative vote. Paid up capital, $25AAverage :!
    'r} cal field we have followed false to tow a dredge from Gllbeits Bar to A tabulated statement of the result of .. deposits, $150K t ,

    i I gods, us our friends, the enemy, Cape Florida. She will probably remainat the election in each precinct or us
    HAVE you a bank account flf tell ; at least it lilsoayne Bay for several months to much as the ADVOCATE could obtain up BailiiBusiness
    us we can place to General
    : $200 or $300: ? Vote for free.coin assist wttli work being done there.-St. to the hour of going to press-will be a
    ( our credit< that we have followed Augustine Journal. found below.
    I age and you vote to withdraw only .
    r t l half the value of) your deposits. '

    im This conclusion Is as certain as is Largest and Odest! Bank on the I ir :I

    , I k the fact that 60-eent dollars will
    a 1 ,1 CANDIDATES .,; q'm.; .m CD E e !' Exchange sold on all foreign Conan! "
    half much :
    100-cent tt
    buy only as as C = = = .. ._
    ry :: .. ... = f IX!
    1'' dollars. FOU = 'i .; :; ; .. .. :d '-" to DIRECTORS:

    OFFICE. & C; a: 5 1 t:: i; i a i ae g aBloxhmn ] 3 at JAS.PRITCHARD the NatJonalllanlc W.ILRARNRTrIraN of Jarkxcnvllle6m'(\

    ti No MATTKK which one of our several g, '-" DUKKKB (Vlce.Pre"ldont l Nmtlon l >
    candidates for tho presidency Jacksonville), and W. :M. BKIMH'

    will be elected there is consolation . all1t 22 Il3.1: 17 20 iiOaO 732 I 8:! I.S J52;; CORItESFONDENTR.Seaboard von ,
    Far Governor: l3unby . .. 0 36 II 311 20 27 7 21 10 III II :3 2 1 0 National Hank of New-;. j
    in that the affairs of this ':. a n National Bank of Jacksonville."I".I"USVILLE
    I knowing WeekB . . 3 7 2 0 1 020: 0000 1 0
    government will be run all right )Mabry . ,, 3 l tog; 23 52 32 17 31 43 19 7 31 8 Iii 14 25 'FLA.W. .
    until the 4th of March 1897 ; and 'o.r.J'lIstloe Wjson) . 11.12: 0 SO 211 25; 3: 26 20 17' 6 3 1 1 0 -
    pp the ADVOCATK hopes the Supreme court cKlnnon.. ... 2 2 0 2 0 1 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 0
    { country Reynolds . 3s1013; 23 M sa 17 30 42 20 6 31 8 Iii 14 25 H
    J. HILL. H.lIl.I'APOBSouth
    mill not go to the "demnitioD.bow. ForComp McDougl\1I .., 11 211 a 26 10 24 3 20 10 16 6 :3 I 2 1 0
    wows" after that date. tl'oller: Knapp . ,3 4 5 3 0 0 0 1 0 0 (I 0 0 1 0
    Lamar.. .., . 3 l0a 2a M 3.17 31 44 21 1 31 H 15;; U 25;;
    For Attorney Sheppard. . . ,, II 28 7 25 Ii ::2& 3 20 17 15 7 :3 2 1 0 Florida Wholesale Hon
    )iGov. BULLOCK, a staunch old Goneml: Itarrie . . 3 1 4.4 (I 1 0 (0 I 1 0 0 0 0 1 0
    Georgian democrat, has just returned ( Collins . ... 3:; 9\1\ 21 I31\\ 17 31 3U 21 7 31 8 14 14 211
    to Atlanta from Rhode For. State f Allen, .. . \\1 32 8 20 17 2U ::1 23 15 14 6 3 3 1 0 w. :J': E3Jr.t:: : : & CO.
    Treasurer! : ( Vl\hoon. . 1\\ 3 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 ... 0 0) 1 0
    I Island, and while speaking of the Crawford 23 68 3tI 11! 31 45;; 22 1 31 8 11\ 14 23; ESTABLISHED 1873.' -
    I recent convention of sound money For Secretary 3lcOourin ..4 :25! 7 :25 IS 20; 3 18 15 1 :3 I 1 1 0 '
    ; I democrats in Atlanta, laidI of State: Keller .. . : 2 II 3 t 3 0 4 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders'Materials
    am glad to see this sound money For Conllnta. Wombwell :102 M 31 16 30 43 20 1 31 8 13 11 25 ,
    of 1 Chubb 27 18 4 I 22
    3 21 11 17 0; 2 1 1 0
    sentiment making such headway. Agriculture Richbourg, 32 11 ((1:1: 0 3 6 0 2 1 0 1 0 of all KiMIAMI ,
    4 ; \ It mean that men will hare the For State Slleata . :18: Ut: 22 IH :W Iii 28 43 If) 1 30( 83 14 24 '
    right .to differ When Tom Neal Supt.l Public J Marsh ... 12iO: ) 0 34 18 W :3 I 22 2(1 a I8 o 3 3 1 1 '
    and men of that declare Instruction:: 'VlIlhm. .. 0 1\\ 0 1 0 I I II) 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 t3.A. p'ORD: : FLORID:: :
    I 1 Fur Senator Dlmiok .. 3n os 27 63 3l: 1:1 30 4.1 25 6 31 8 15 13 25
    their independence, little fellows 13th Dllt:, NcCarthy ,12. 51 t' 21 111 311 2 ::12 16 21 8 3 I ::2 0
    i : ; like us can get their liberty.". For RopresenHardoe.. ... ,. :11104( 12 40 28 11 ::1010 19 O 15 6;/ 3 10 24
    tatlve: I1ranch. ,, 1119 17 4. 28 42 3 3'J 22 211 "" 4 14 3 1 !
    For County j oJoae8.- . .. 39102 18 157 io 14 27 311 20 3.17: 8 13 12 + + +
    I ONE of the simple tests of the Judge: 13axrls . . 11 oil 0 21 22 all 3 37 1/1/ 24 11 3 4/ ::2
    " silver question is this : If free For POOSOCll' J UauWen. 3(1 9l 19 28 10 3a 3'.l 13 3l 8 13 13
    ratio thug Attorney: 1 Brainartf .. 13 oil 10 32 23 32 ::24a 22 2"1 11 3 :2 2
    of silver at of 16
    coinage A to
    j Brows -10 lOB :/0/ 116 35 13 28 56 17 13\ ] 8 17 13 !
    1 will reduce the actual value of For Sheriff: 1 Starck . 11 3 ii CI 23 20 ::17 5 2-1 24 23 7 :3 1 2 Town Lots Now on Sale
    j : the silver dollar to 53 cents, will It For County ;j Foa ter. . . I 0103: 22 1\0\ 30 20 31 47 17 6 27 S II 12
    \ not, as an' inevitable consequence,, Treasurer: 1 Wetmore. .. 1148 12 27 22 28 ::2 33 21 21 1 2 7 2
    reduce its theI For Ca Sup& J Saml. .. .. 401.1( 20 M 36 l8) 49 0 25 8 15 10
    i purchasing power to Pub. Ins: 1 Jlalnlln. ,.. 11 30 4 19 17 ::17 3 25 10 19 10 3' 4 5
    I j tame extent ? If, on the other For County J hall . 40113 23 611 35 to 3-1 115 23 0 28 .7 U 13 A. .E. KINGSLEY General Agent For
    I'',\ i band, legislation can take 63 cents Tax Collector 1 1 Lockwood ,10 3.8' 20 18 43; ::2 20 ]0 17I 8 3 2 ,
    i" r b worth of silver and :'make it into For County { Stewart. . ... 30116 27 0:1: 30 18 31 38 24 7 28 8 13 13 Tuttle
    '" fatherless dollars that will be Clerk: WIIbur . ,11 28 ii 28 17 31 ::2 8S 17 2111'3 ::2 Mrs., Julia D.
    y For County j Fries.. . ... 38101 28 fI.I 38 I. 33 46 20 0) 27 8 17 13
    &U worth as much as the gold dollar Sl1rYeyorll Lyman .7, :38 4 16 13 21) :2 12 1:1: 16 10 3 1 0
    Is'now,. by what possible method For County J ooten.. . . 4018\) 21 72 31 17 32 58 22 1JO: : 8 17 12 CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
    J\j I, wf reasoning can it be demonstrated .Assessor: ) McAllister ... ,. 11I.. 0 U 24 21 3 18 15' 13 6 3 2 ::2
    Snowden . . \ 98 21 151 286 30 .ro 10 14 12 Selected
    1j \, I that a man may honestly Hatch . ... . ..39:. 113 :10 611 3:1: 20 :!9.43 10 U 13 all parts of the Town. Carefully
    btnin them any more easily than For School Miller . . :IS p5 18 112 33 la 27 3$ 10 12 13;
    ke m'you.r. .present dollars t Board:{lfolmea.s. 6 12 Fruit and Vegetable Lands on

    Stl1lng.. .. A I 5 6 ,
    I, Dittmar . .. ::2 r. 11 : MIIILnL1 Ri"caand': Bay $: l cu.J1c
    'IT i. difficult to see ,what ad- For Justice J Wilson . oi: :;:
    t vintage'is to be gained by keeping Peace 18crtmgeour. . .ail ... ... Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
    h the For Collt'table-8mlth .. \H ,- Main Office FLORID*
    ; county dogs and maintaining ; -- Hotel Miami, .. MIAMI,

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    Department of Agriculture hours, at Red Shell, he caught 20 largesea r
    bass, averaging 20-lbs. each-over Malabar. G. G.. SPRINGER :
    I GOLD.Better
    ither Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. COO-lbs.. Mr. Kirk, one of the cottagers, SILVER OR .
    took the
    state- opportunity to clean and salt E. B. Arnald and made Titns-
    following Is a comparative family .
    .j the entire catch anti has
    and rainfall for the a fine supply ville a call, Wednesday. than either ]is a healthy
    lot temperature of good fish .
    to take back
    with him to Retailer and OfICE'ND
    ---- Manufacturer Shipper
    [ending Tuesday Oct. 0, 1800. the anterior, when he leaves. C. C. Carroll made Melbourne a business liver. If the liver is O. K. the

    _1S90- -1805MAX. "Ilerbie visit, Saturday. man is O. K. Isis blood is kept
    he is
    as known
    MIN MAX. MIN. generally on
    ttembarTJ' the beach, is developing Into quite a Mr. and Mis. L. K. Smith, of Grant, pure his digestion perfect, and he

    76 84 74iobcr landscape gardner. Last winter at Stet- spent Tuesday In our town. can; enjoy lifo and act intelligentlyand

    son University, he had a record unsur- Mrs. Sarah Bolton and Collam : the '
    E. F. patiently upon questions ;
    72 83 73 passed by any student there: In fact he
    82 who have been ill are now well again. what \.
    studied of the day. You all know to
    M: t0! 82: 75 too closely, and he Is now de-
    83 08 83 73 voting half of each week day to outdoor Dan E. Miller made a business trip to take. "i ou have: known it for years.:

    s..2 84 72 work, then a dip in the ocean, and ntiisvllle, Miami and Jensen this week. It ia Simmons Liver RegulatorFor Distilled Water

    83: 71 83 70t.3 all afternoon to study. Ills object! is to Miss Rosa Wells, of Grant, spent sev-
    75 81 (0inl become a civil engineer, and ho will suc- crab> ceed. he Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.
    raiafall for the week: 0:08: Inched Physically much improved :Mrs\ Sarah Boltoa.We ] Refrigerators, ;
    from normal rainfall for the already, and indeed, any one must be ,
    Irturo 2.00 i noli en. Departure who lives in such a perfect climate as noticed Capt. R. A. Ilardoe onTuosil.iy's FACTORIES._....
    : phis this. It is amazing how long it takes southbound train, also] Ed.
    normal rainfall since January I, SIMMONSREGULATOR Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
    the public to find out the rare advantages Nelson, of Miami,

    I,3a Inches.J.. W. CHUNK, Observer.Melbourne. of this place Mr. and Mrs.\ J, 1\[. :Minor, of Tillman, _-- .- -- -- -- --- ._- -- .., .
    were visiting In Malabar last :Sunday: '"

    Roseland.Mr. were also W. D. and J. B. Wells, of SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS. ;

    W. Gibson has gone down to his The school should have opened Mon- -. -- ... -.
    GOODE. Real Estate and day but at this writing no teacher has
    anI'DE &Agents for-Etna, London nnd homestead at Woodley.Mr. mlved. The scholars are looking anxiously I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-

    Vcrpool and Globe, and Imperial E. M. Stokes came up from Wood- for her coming/

    ie Insurance. Special attention paid ley land to a Sebastian short vote, and paid 1 Kone- O. W. Arnald!, who has been very sick class SEEDS in the State.

    (the interests of noii-reskleutH. fur I u week, U now on the road to noovery. .

    Mr. L. C. Moore went to Melbourne A physician: came down from Ctx'oa years you and your fathers 1nr'" SEND FOR PRICES 13eforo entering elsewhere. All :Seed: tested! i
    on Saturday in his launch Tal'tal'I'e- on Monday to attend him.
    It. W. Clootie made a trip to Titiin- turning Monday lie have found it of sterling worth.It before sent out. I'
    business, last Friday, retiuninRuturd.iy. was accompanied The literary club hold Its first meeting L. CAMERON, Seedsman, ,j
    on by Mr. Allan Campbell, who remainedin [ is /and :always has been put up
    Melbourne.Mr. for the fall and winter last Saturday: 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE:: FLA ,
    light, with members only by J. II. Zeilin & Co. Take I
    twenty pee5ontNow . _
    Rawlinson of Ankona
    W. C. was officers 1
    W. elected
    follows It has the
    and Ely went to Melbourne on were ns : II. none but tho genuine.
    Iwn last Friday Saturday, doing Monday, to spend a few days C. Starck, president; J. IT. Clohecy, vicn- Lied Z on tho front of tho
    with merchants.T. wrapper,
    loss our pl'eliident.1:1.. Carroll C. F.
    Mrs. L C. :Moore who has teen ; : secretary; A Fertilizer for Fruit
    E. James, of Tarpon Springs!:: the summer visiting, friends spending in\ the- Worm, editor All are cordially invited and nothing else is tho same, and )

    visiting friends town last Thurs- north, has returned to Koscland. to; attend next Saturday! evening, for nothing so good. l
    |and Friday. which occasion a good programme Is "
    being prepared. __ :: "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer
    -- -- ,
    r. Charlie! Williams came hero last [Send the ADVOCATE order for nod tho Idea I frank to .
    nn any Election low pink, am
    Irday to spend a few days with day passed off quietly, not a j
    dll iu town. job printing you need.] bit t of rowdyism or quarreling, democrats nay, canto irons you. :Pr1oo25.Oo: : :Jor: Ton.:

    lir republicans and populists voting/ I Hindi>e )pleased to bo remembered to GUARANTEED ANALYSIS::: :.
    school \
    ling public? with 27 scholars opened: on Miss Monday Sue Courtenay.Jno. or selves.scratching Everybody their tickets was to soci.iblo suit\: them nndtiendly 8111>t. John H. Stuns and Capt. Parker Moisture.. . . ,8 ,to 10) Per Cent "

    (kills Is teacher. [ as neighbors should be. The when you see either of them. Hoping Ammonia,, 4} to n ;

    10 i election passed off very quietly on II. Sams returned home from tickets wore scratched( so much that it that you and your pink sheet may continue riuwphorlo Acid. . ,Jl to II"I "

    day, with a good republican majorl- Titusville last Saturday.: was hard to tell whether soma wore to prosper. Potash (Actual), ,,(II I to 8 ." "

    loin this precinct. Fred Whltlock is in Courtenay again, democratic 11 votes liloxham or republican.7 Gunby got 1 am, yours truly, Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seoil Steal, Nitrate of Soda, lllood Hunt !

    |r. W. M. Ely, our popular young at- after a stay of two weeks in Banyan.Mrs. Ick 8, Branch, M I, Il.irtleo, McCaity! 5, and 11, other Dim- GUY U. HAHHV, 1)lssoived Phosphate, Flue Ground Tobacco\ Steams. arid Sulphate of I'otitKh.
    BJT Write for directions for using and further particulais! .also ask for
    Icy returned from his visit to Kose- Kecord. ;
    county offic'rBln like Kditor: Canon City 'j
    L. J. HHlinrd returned to her manner, ]10 votesbeing "
    font Monday copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit. We carry a largo stuck of all'FertiliEar
    morning. home in Tropic, last Tuesday, after polled. Material!\ Cotton Semi Meal, Tobacco Dust, 1'utash, etc. Write for prices bu-
    IIB. Minor S. Jones and daughter, spending a few day with relatives here. fore buying. We seek the growers trade til root. :
    lie, of Titusville, wore the guests of MII.FOKD, CONN., Oct. B, 1800.Kditor .
    [and Mis. S. F. Gibbs, from Monday visiting:Miss Jessie in Courtuuay Sanders last of Indtanola Sunday. was AVI I AT Til:Y Til INK OF THIS Advucatt : WILSON & TOOMER :\

    |1 Tuesday. Kev. Mr. Martin preached a very Interesting "AWVOOATJ3. Dear Sir-I send you to-day the Now The Fertilizer House of Florida, ,
    Hall and her two little of
    r5. -
    nnah Ga., arrived In town on 1Ion.evonlng and evening.sermon here last Sunday morning Letters From! Varlour State. Haven Keiflster: one of tho oldest and Jacksonville, Fla.Fred'k. ,

    on a visit to her mother, best democratic papers in New England .- -. -- .. ._ --- -q.- .- .. ..
    J. II. Johnson. Leon Harper has.just received his new There Is not popular democratic paper
    printing press, and if you need anything RociiKSTitn, MA.SH., Sept. 11, 18M. .
    lis. JIacLoan has been but what denounce
    Clara D. prong In the printing line, just consult with east of Chicago S. Morse
    her pupils for a musicale] to be him. Editor Adaocttle i : Bryan and the Chicago platform. xx : ,
    at Dr. Brown's beautiful residence
    The pink paper continues to delight : It is very pleasing to your northern subscribers
    i (Friday) evening.he Young ladies, you must rememberthat
    It Is Mr. Lawrence Allen, now, ns ns, and I wish to thank you for the regularity : (democrats and republicans) to
    [ Whist Club the residence EE L sTAT: : : : =
    met at
    he has kicked oil his short pants and with which it conies to hand nee the firm stand the ADVOCATE: has .,
    Ir. and Mrs. O.V.. Bonter last Tues into
    jumped long ones. E. E. Omw.LANElING taken for sound
    | evening. All had a very enjoyable money.
    e as usual. The next meeting will behe We expect to snow Bryan under so MIAMI" Dad.o Oo.v I'X.ORIn4L:

    i residence of Mr. P. P. Fort Pierce.Capt. deep that the resurrection will not find .
    Sept 181)6. AGENT FOR LANDS OF.
    L. C. Moore passed here on the Editor him. W ]M. M- _,
    / Advocate;
    thbound train, Monday evening, on
    I way home to Ercildouae Plantation. Bob Hardee was in town the beginning The ADVOCATE comes regularly to Good Florida' East Const'UI\llw"y Company, ..
    The Toniphirn.The
    I came this far with her father and of the week. hand. I have spout three winters on the Florida Coast Line Canal 1 A': Trl\u14\\poitatU! >n Company,
    flier, Mr.! and Mrs. John Goode. All boat left lloston & Florida Atlantic Count Land Company.
    The dredge for Tampa yes East Coast, and want to come again nextwlntel' .
    Gooil Templars had
    [pleased to see them homo once more. terday morning.Mr. a very pleasant .. ,. ._ ._ _. .. -- -
    but shall not do no unless time meeting! / Tuesday evening The attendance -- -- --- -- -- -- --- -
    Hie genial face of Dr. W. L. Hughlett C. W. Nelson is in town, for a few canal completed, so that I can Inside was fair. Meetings hereafter

    [Cocoa lIondayevenlnjt, was seen on; also the Mrs.train Amelia goingth days. n with my launch from Titusville to go Miami. the will good begin of promptly.the order a Uio.7 0 Goodell'clock. road For The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. f ;:

    Dentine and Mr. Cook, of Tillman, Quito number of voters were In town E. F. COOI.KY. of fruits and vegetables out ,
    lo were returning from a trip to St. Tuesday, at the polls. a plLl"thLIIiMt
    of which Intoxicating drinks are made :JIJe S'UDLO"'VV"' :l'Wa' : ;
    il 1, Minn. ,0-0:0.1:: agor. J
    Mr. the school teacher 100.
    Hodge, appointed the whole list numbering nearly
    lir. James T. Hogg is kept busy these for this place, opened on Mon- NICw YOIIK. Bro. Gardner and :Sister:: Goodull rend (LATE CHAPMAN & SUULOW.) j,

    ys superintending the improvementsng day, with quite a large attendance. Editor Advocate : Interesting selections, ono of which was South Jacksonville Florida.
    | done on Mr. W. T. Wells' estate. very itmuslng. A committee was appointed ,
    Don't forget the festival at the Baptist Dear
    Sir : I have noticed with much
    i residence which commands beauul of tho three
    a consisting pastorIn MANUFACTURER OF -
    church, Saturday night. All are --
    I view of the Indian Itiver, and also] Invited. pleasure ,your manly stand regarding the lodge, to endeavor to introduce
    fine view of the surrounding country cordially sound money. While It Is froelv admit- temperance papers for children in all '
    1 town, will soon be completed.Ir. The Rev White held services here ted here that the free silver craze has our Sabbath schools A, new inemlio FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and :
    twice last Sunday, to large congregations will be Initialed on Tuesday night. Till 1'f
    and returned
    Mrs. John Goode to
    gotten a grout hold time people It =
    upon ,
    in the Methodist chuich. In till
    work Is much needed
    fit t Monday beautiful evening.home at South They Melbourne informed i Mrs. Hogg now has her store In com- I Is the general belief of intelligent democrats town.temperance It has already been productive of "Vegetables, and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material, "
    but results would be far
    Itr corroKpontlent that they had spent I plete running order. It is to bo named republicans that McKinley will much good;
    |cry pleasant summer in the East, but the Colosseum, at your correspondent's be elected by large", majority.J. : greater If more of our and people lend would realize I Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Kanit, Etc. Also ,;,;
    its importance n helping
    y are both glad to be home again suggestion. II. WILLIAM
    the hand. The FaJD.o'U: : : : ::EJran.CL: ,a'

    pvy l'y were StOl'1Ion Washington the 2lth! of during September, Feaster '& Raulerson have sold out Ammonia.. . ,4 to (Ii per cent j
    Ich did so much damage.dvertise their Interests In the meat market hereto LAKE MOHOSK, N, Y., Sept.: 181)0. -Rev. and Mrs C.V.. White, who Available rhos. Acid.. ,0(I to 8 per cunt J Por "$25.OO' .1'er Ton.
    L. Carleton, owing to the wholesale are a newly-married couple, arrived In Potash K 0, ,6 to 7 per cent )
    Editor Adonfales
    business increasing so greatly lately. town from Tampa on Wednesday, and Highest Commercial Value gjven our brands In tho last Bulletin. Write for ;
    in the ADVOCATE if yount Quite 'a number of our townspeople I have been In constant receipt of your left yesterday for Sebastian. Prices. Orders for 2 tons and for our brands will be delivered free ef alt

    to Increase your business. gathered at the residence of Mr. and popular pink paper, and have found very freight charges) to any railroad depot on tho East Coast at catalogue prices, until ,.

    Mrs. IIarbln last Saturday evening, to much to challenge; my interest. I have PAl NTO II'F, for removing all kinds of further notice ,"
    enjoy a pound party and dance. Miss paint from all kinds of surfaces without ,
    Banyan. not however account of the
    seen an -
    Lily Bell kindly furnished the music on burning.! See ad. on 2nd page "
    her beautiful organ. Everybody seemed prospect of orange shipments for the Send for circulars toSOUTUEASTHJIN DUREN & FEASTER.w". I

    'he citizens here ga've the road from to have had a most enjoyable time. coming season, and have wondered If :: PAINTOFK Co.,

    II i place to Tropic a thorough work about Oeorgiana, Lotus and Itockledge; St. Augustine, Kla., and lioston GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and
    Saturday last. ,
    Sebastian. there were not several thousand boxes

    'am Child has built a substantial of goal fruit. CrocKery Glass. and Tlnwaro.
    Western Meats of All Kinds
    Store to rent In Titusville. First-
    art In front of his place here. He Your patronage Solicited., ,
    H. E. HEWl
    II also just completed a packing house. J. S. LeFlls, of Jacksonville, was in class positron Suitable for a furniture
    town this week calling on onr merchants. [Will somebody answer the above or dry gootl.stol'e.pply to Robbins iGraham. TITUSVILLE, ,-: FLORIDA. "

    .obert U Campbell Mathers have and all returned family and to their Miss The Artful Dodger, with Theo. Baun through the ADVOCATE ?] .. ._ _,, __ _, ,_ _ .___.______ _u

    opic home, from Middle Florida, well at the helm makes a grand standto .
    mere they have spent the Bummer. be worthy of liar name. GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !
    CANON; CITY, COLO., Sept. 2l: '(W. Iii Circuit Court, Jtrevtml County -
    Messrs. Albert Mathos and T. A. Kob- Stanley Kitchlng made a flying visit
    fton, of City Point were here mat to Cocoa one day last week. Editor Advucnte : Florida.

    ek, doing some work on Mr. Mathes' Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Lawson How Dear Sir : In the spring of '9i: I hap-

    use at Tropic. ard, a girl. Both mother and child are pened to be teaching: a short term ofKcbovl Sarah VH.H'MMton, I) 111 lvoro LITTLE :Baos.
    Capt. John Houston and wife, ands doing well. And thus the world moves at Fort Drum in Muck" lloimton. ) ....
    Belle Hopkins, were visiting inSiyan on. your county. In to Iw hoard this .
    i fllHltt naiino coin ({ on day,
    on Saturday and Sunday last Then wan a constant reader of your .L on the altlilavlt and application" of the eon '
    Work on the S. & C. F. Ry, bridge, I have plnlnant for an order of piiblloutlon ami It FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
    C. I.. Stewart and R. C. over the Sebastian river, is going rapidly I pink paper. always considered appnarlnK thattlw: Uafonilunt: rtwIiUja In Tampa.Florlila "
    with their families, were calling forward. J. Kee, with the F. E. C. L. the ADVOCATK an Ideal paper for such a imt ha' bear al 'ent for more than ,
    sixty lays ri.xt "."" ..lIn((sold. appllratlon, and Ot Js oitteionvilio: F1a. '
    In Tropic, last Sunday: after- piledriver, Is driving the piling. country, and assure you that It )has bad that he I. cmumallnic. himself. au that aarvlixieannnt 1,.,
    much to do with the of the tw served upon him. Aro Offering Thoirat
    Kev. S. F. Gove preached two of the development It lit therefore ordered that the defendant,
    oflice-seoker gave us a gentle best sermons we have had the pleasureof East Coast. Mack llounuin, do he and appear tu plead, answr "; _.11 "
    .A.rO"\L.t:1.d. :arac..d.
    the Cocoa News last week that listening to, last Sunday. The sing-, Even at that time, when I had no more fir tteiniir t<>said. bill on : :: : :
    _. quiet down and be happy, if Ing was also very good. MONDAY THE .SECOND DAY ur NOVEM-
    i could only secure that office; but as Idea of going In the newspaper business JIKK. A. i>. ime. tho Exceedingly Low Price of J;
    captain can best serve the people, Miss 'Jennie Parham, our school than of studying for the ministry, I frequently or said, l hill will |IM taken. an nnfeMM. + teacher of last winter, pained throughhere espy: nt this iAiKivrK >
    are of the opinion he will have to this week en ronte to Waveland, at thought that if ever I ran a. AUVUUATK, fonr coniwiautlr. w..k*. :: d( $a5 Per Ton.Ammonia.
    a.10n. We are used to his Imbecility which place she will have charge of the paper U would. be on the plan of the WIUWM, ,tin tlotioralili John l>..Hroum., .
    wever. and fear not his voice. Jiuljca of said court,and the seal of said eonrt.attlmeonrt
    public school this winter. ADVOCATK. A year ago fate placed me lit October hoiia" A I la I)Tltuavllle 1_. l-lorlcla, this ( .. ... .alto fl) per cent ;,
    Remember, the ,ADVOCATE does all Rev Cbas. White was married In in possession of a well-established, paper A. A. STEWART' Guaranteed AnaljmliK { Available Phosphoric Acid ,4 to 6 J II ,
    Dds of Job PrintJDK.Coronado. Tampa on Tuesday, and loft for: Titus -the Record-which you may have seen [L. U.J) Cleric ( Actual .3 to 4 "

    vine the same day, arriving in Sebastian on your exchange table. Our paper Is octo-ao. By O.A..Stewart, D C. Manufactured from the Parent Amrnonlatel Super-phoaphatca, and Potashes
    Wednesday. The happy pair will commence Nothing better for Pineapple, Vegetable, and present ''condition of the .Orange P
    Beach. housekeeping at once. Tree. '

    We would like to call the attention of A fine stock of all kinds! of Fertilizer Material constantly on hand. '
    .t gentleman from Philadelphia re- OUT county commissioners to the con CANDY CANDY CANDY p- Write for Pamphlet and Price. '

    ntly Mid to correspondent, that dition of the ferry boat which plies on LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE, ;, 4,(
    the Sebastian river. The deck of the
    the ADTOCATK: the lIewslt 1
    weekly paper published in the state. boat leaks badly and It is not properly -lfl The: Jacksonville Candy Factory i>- Jacksonville Fla.
    >me of them are miserable apologies calked. When the seas break over they
    r newspaper. It takes brains and en- go right Inside the boat. D. Cain could I* prepared to !Supply all Kind of "ADVOCATE"

    rpris to make saceessf paper. fix this at a small expense to the county. ENGLISH FRENCH AND AMERICAN CANDIES'' C iJ THE ;does :first-class,. .. up-to-date A

    Before leaving for Lake Helen wlib his tom" Specialty Stick TraJle. Wholesale Prices will astonish JOB PRINTING and to meet all
    n>lly', last week, C. H. Pelton determto Remember, the ADVOCATE Titus- Only the trade.Write we are prepared Competitionin

    to again "break the record" as a vine, does all kinds of job printing Give for price to J, A. TAYLOR, Proprietor, I '
    Herman. The result was In four ua a share of your work.] Lee Strettt, Jacksonville Fla. prices. Give us a trial order. 4wg


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    ft.! PrswtJeaJ, Ad91ee by.. Toaebcr Coneemlnf KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.Bemlnole Bow excellently them sweet strummera -
    ., j. Ways of aid in this city of the
    ; Practicing.Mont digestion
    I I FOR SCROFULA."Since IxMl e, Xo. 3(1.( liolils Its meetlnfrs at
    I"i" students reckon their practice the Court IIOIIHU the first four Thursday even. Medici. They and their stringed toys
    I J .' by the time devoted to it If they read Ings of each month, at 8 o'clock appear<< everywhere. Indeed the more
    childhood 1 have been T. COUOY 8. D. GEIGER,
    the biographies of great performers they obounre the eating house the more aystemutio -
    C. C. M. of F. & K. ot S.
    afflicted with scrofulous boils and II. 01
    :';. will see that this in not the mode cf their visitations.. The niusio
    practice of such great men and women sores, which caused me terrible dignifies the viands. Not always: was

    of permwerauoe. They play difficult; suffering. Physicians were unable INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. the wine good nor the cntlet a la millaoaise -

    passages as many times an _ary. to help ane. and I only grew worse JTuesilay Drill at eveuInK the Armory In tlin overountv month at Kocloik.j Jail,every of tao teudcrest, but one forgets

    Go to your practice with a purpose. under their care. A.T. "FKASTKU Cuptalu. theno defects in the plaintive spectacle

    I Practice little portion of a piece at one At length, 1 began of a white bearded sightless mandolin1st -

    fritting.. Begin by playing one portion to takeAVER'S INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD TEMPLARS.Tlttisvllle :: led into the room by: an angel faced,
    over 10 times slowly and carefully. If Ix though not very clean, little girl!, to
    >ilge No. 17 meets every TlloR.layeventnK
    you cannot master it after that, then 1JM: In Preobytorlaii cliuruli. 1'uLtllu add the sauce of harmony to the meal
    play it 20 times; if 20( times baa not meetlugs first Tuemluy. In v&ch ni ntli. I have BOOn a warm hearted neighbor
    it O. A. GARDNER, O. W. BCO13IE! shod his "carclo during
    conquered then 40 times and thus Saraaparllla, and Suc't. C.T.CHUJIC1IK8. tears over
    keep on doubling the number till yon very soon grew bet the melody and another let his meat go

    hare thoroughly learned, one little por ter. After using cold while he beat time to the mu

    tion. An eminent teacher give through half a dozen bottles sician's strumming. The Florentines

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    advice about ways: of practicing: cured so that I have not had a boil Ei'IBCUl'AL CHURCH. their hearts, and you may: be sure you
    All difficult parti of a composition have touched their pockets also, though
    or pimple on any part of my body Strvlces the 2nd. and 4th Sundays) In each ,
    should be bo inside these. Form
    practiced separately, spending for the last twelve I month,at 11 a m. and 7.30p.m.: Sunday school there. may naught
    the most time on thorn which are the years can every !Sunday: at 0:Jill a. in. Evening iiruyer, at part I reckoned the copper to the
    cordially recommend Ayer's Sarsaparilla B p. in. Wednesdays.. Litany service every
    mewl difficult, of oour e. It is well to Friday at 10.. mandohnist as an Integral part of my
    play from the technical side first, but as the very best bloodpurifierIn m.RiV.. B. F. HBOWK Hector., dinner bill.--Cornhill Magazine.

    not to become tied to this plan, for one existence." G. T. HKINHART

    ' most be able to give a musical and expresaional Myersville, Texas.AVER'S. METHODIST CHURCH. Tiny Letter*. SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES
    / Viifff performance of Captain D. L. Dnrand, Derby, Conn., !
    a piece sometimes
    Regular services every first, third and fourth
    at first sight-this, of coarse, to Sundays at 11 a. m. and, 7:'00 .p, in. Biimlny ban iu his possession a common pin Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville, and New \nrk.
    School every Sunday at 10:00 a. m. E\\>worth upon the bead of which is legibly engraved
    some easy piece and this applies to the The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comanclie" .
    League each Sunday.. at:2. :JO ,.. in. Prayer meet- : all of the alphabet The same
    great( majority of teachers. h'K every Thursday, night/: at 7.00: |I'i. in. Theullen' "
    Very: slow practice ii essential. Perhaps .. Aid Boclety ineetH every WedncHclnv. is in perfect form but is not visible , "Algonquin, "Iroqnois, "Cherokee, "SEmno1l'!
    at 3:00: p. m. Everybody, welcome at our churchservices. to the naked Under the rays: of a
    do eye.
    one passage ten times then try North-Bound.
    it at its right tempo and if it does not Sarsaparilla F. M. C. !e.VDS Pastor.PRESBYTEniAN small magnifying glass however, every Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide.
    go correct with ease try it 10 or 100 letter can be plainly distinguished.- From JACKHrwnr.TJO, FLA., (calling at Charleston. ), Sundays and, Tllllro'lalt'
    Jeweler Circular.Education. From CHAKLKBTUN. II. C., Mondays. and )' ,
    times more, going slow enough to make Aer"i Chernj, Pectoral curet Coiighi'" tnd Colds : CHURClt. For hour ot sailing sue "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville anil Charleston daily \1'.I\>tri'l.
    every note of it certainly correct in all .
    Services. Salihatli .
    every at 11 a. m.and T JOn.m. South-Bound.
    points.. After the first reading: give an Sunday srliool at 9:411: a. in., Chun. Buiit Steamers are appointed to sail from 1'ler 20, Hunt River, New York at 3 p. m., an follow,.
    Prayer mooting on
    ratline expression or a careful use of place for a cooob it could be set at the at 7 30. The nubile' are cordially Wednemlny Invited,evening to attend of For CHARLESTON: 8. C., ? Tuesdajs and Jrli
    the best touch. Above aU. play with Foot of the bed. where if supplied with our services.:.: For JACKSON: VllXE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston). Tuesdajs anilClyd Jo.rld'
    trains. A good touch mnst be H. !M. OOUDBLL, I'ustor,
    casters it may easily be moved when BODY
    used, and as soon as the mere technical necessary. e's St. Johns River Line.

    difficulty la mastered variety of touch BAPTIST CHURCH. MIND,
    should be applied. However the staccato i Finale Blsevlt. (OK BABY LINK)
    Preach Ing every second and fourth Sundays MORALS.
    touch can be used at first I Dissolve half a cake of and
    the reading compressed morning evening. Prayer ]Meetings/ every uEver "
    if the passage is one of some length. reast in a cupful of thin cream, add > Wednesday. evening at 7:00 o'clock. Sunday Steamer lade,
    School Sunday at 0:40.. m. Also preaching
    After the piece goes well and is memo cupfnl of warmed flour and beat thor first Sunday at LaOranget Second Sunday, FREE TUITION.... CAFT. W. A. SHAW.
    orized drop it for a few weeks and let; oughly. Put in a warm place until well Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend. Leaves Jacksonville from foot of Laura Street B a. m.,Tuesdays and Saturdays for Walla,

    it ripen; then take it up again giving risen, then add sufficient flout' to make B. A. OEIOEK Fastor. The Sanford:Kntedrrlse: and Intermediate landings on the St. John's River.

    I it a careful finish and use the varieties a very soft dough. Divide into two portions. Florida Leaves Sanford 5 a. m.,and Enterprise: a.m.,Mondays and Thursdays for Jacksom Hie.I.OHTH .

    of touch best adapted to bring out; its Boll each portion to about half CATHOLIC CHURCH. Agricultural SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. HOtMJ.!

    'cnten&-In( short bring it up to the an inch thickness. Spread one sheet of Services. at 10 a, m. every Similar, In new Read down. Read up

    best that there is in you. dough with chopped figs or raisins, cover Church building North Tltusvtlle. Children's. College Leave 8.30 p. m. ......................... Jacksonville.Palatka. ......................... Arrtve 3.30..11.
    It is with the other cut into biscuits of catechism at 8 p. m.RBV. .. 8.40 p. m. ............................ ............................ Leave mop. u.
    an of time to have national Ooveminent.
    economy more J.F. O'HOYLK Rector. Is supported by Astor.St. .. .
    than one important piece in hand, practicing Fancy shape, allow them to rise until All tuition nfrt'.matr": students from :: 3.00 430: : a a: :: :::::::::::.::::::::::::: Francis.:::::.:.:::::::.::::::::::: :: 8 1.30 00 p..o.a.:

    quite time and then very light and bake. Florida. Open !to; males and females. Women 1.30 a. m. ......................... Beresford.......................... II 12.00 no*
    a on one rest board
    board with families In !town.; Men at 600 Blue 1 11.30
    your ears and brain by doing good work STAGE GUNTS. Collect Mens Hall for (lo.oo per month. A moat Arrive 8.30 a a: ::: ::::::::::::::: :::::::: .Saniord Springs:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :1 800:, B.m.

    on another alternating them Vstthlon ..,.._ healthy location. College surgeon( attends all .. 928 a. m. .......... .... ..... ......Enterprise.. ...............*...... .1 fl.30i. m.MBOp ..
    even at students. froo of charm.: Military discipline under ...... ...... ... .. ... .......So. Fla.Railroad Wharf (Sanford)............................ .m.
    the same sitting. It is more of a rest A short; life is indicated for the per Thomas David baa been engaged for a graduate; of West Point. Four courses of

    when the two piece are quite unlike. fectly plain dress skirt "Coon Hollow. Scientific Instruction anil-Agricultural Women's. Superior Mechanical equipment Latin Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 2O4 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.J. .

    Do not sit two hours at .a time and it The bolero jacket is very much in ev Argyle Gilbert and her clever child I In LaboratoriBS. Gives .degrees of Instruction H. a. and
    A. B. Business giving free
    i is useless to practice over four hours .a idence. Ada Vanden Gilbert will go with GUI In penmanship,course book-keeping. business. law, A. L"'ILIB.8ul't.' JHO.: L. HOWARD.Fla.Fr't Agt. F. IBOMMONOBB: JR.,Fla.Pan.Aft

    day. If yon need eight or ten hours a There is in Paris perfect for Kohn's "Lund of the Living." short hand, type-writing and telegraphy. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
    'lay. will never be artist a craze Fall term opens ]Monday October 6th, THEO O.EooI\B.T. M, A.J COLK General Passenger Agent )\(.H. CLYDE A.T.M
    yon an -
    perhaps gray dull grsy, smoke gray. yellow Lizzie May Timer has boon engaged 1HHI.! For catalogues giving lull Information 5 BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
    a pianist, surely never an artist blue for the of Mr John address
    tray, gray.According ; part Jamea
    O. CLUTE President, WM. F. CLV1>E CO., General Agents,
    to one authority no more O'Grady in Thompson and Ryer'a "Sun Lake City Florida.! 0 Bowling Green New York. 1,* So. Delaware Av.,Philadelphia
    Useful Olove CM*, .
    shine of Paradise
    taffeta ribbons will be used for millinery Alley.
    A glove case, especially useful for purpose* Piece velvets and velvet The deal for the reuniting of Kelly -= .-
    traveling as it is flat and therefore takes
    ribbon will take and has been declared o1!
    their place as plumes Ryan Kelly
    np pace,, can be made with will follow in the path of flowers. will work in vaudeville alotie and Ryan:
    comparatively little trouble. It is com WHY NOT HAVE YOU
    and Richfield will remain together.
    The fair golfer has her note
    posed of two of paper
    inches long and 4} wide covered with decorated with a tiny golf stick the flat Anna Stannard the latest society actress Florida, New York.

    velvet or brocodo-anything you like-- end of which bears her mono ram. to appear as Dumas' heroine Canaille FIRM. STECLDIES.WAVSEALS. Philadelphia and Boston

    and lined with a dainty silk striped for At recent weddings iu place of the la negotiating with a Jamaica EALS .BRASS CHECKS.*
    cboion. The initial mnst of course be time honored rice throwing bowl ofroue manager for a tour of the West Indies.Henrietta TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIE Balling; from Brunswick, On, direct to New lork.FASSBNOKK .

    worked on the material before It covers leaves and orange bloasoms have CroHsman will remain with BIGGEST PLAN SKKVICE.

    \ been handed to the bridesmaids and the stock company at Manhattan Bench, Steamer train leaves"Jacksonville (Union Depot), "All
    younger men of the wedding party with Denver until &>pt. 20, when she will IN THE SOUTH RAIL," F. O. !>. R. B.. oil Thursday only 4:05 |1..11I. ArnrtIlrunswiok bowl
    which to shower the departing couple. return to her home at Moutclalr, N. J., steamer. 7.30: p. in. Passengers going at ouru on

    to arrange for a starring tonr. Through car without transfer, Jacksonville to Brunsnlck.

    OEMS OF THOUGHT. Marie Lloyd, the English seriocomic( PROPOSED SAILINGS I
    has published a blue book. It contains Wanted-An Idea of Who some ean simplething think. Lv.New York, Pier 21 E.R., 3.3CUI.: in, (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunivlik

    Honest men are the gentlemen of nature. a partial history of her life and a number ProtMt to wealth.WEUDERBDRN patent' Friday AUK./: T.................. ...........RIO ORANDE....... ................ ..Frlilav, Ann,11
    .-Bulwer. of anecdotes and stories Writ* JOHN yonr Ideaiij tber may" tt bring CO Patent you Attor: Friday, Aur| U....................i........COLORADO... .......................trlilay, AIIK.a
    a great O TS", Wa>blngtou, D. O..fur T.JI.. prlae uHnanil Friday, AUK 21..............................RIO GRANDE....... ...................rrlday Amt jI
    The prcHont moment la a powerful many of which she heard iu America. list ct two hundred ..::.: Friday, Aug.2 ........ .......................COLORADO. .. .............'rloh.y. llei'l.' t
    deity.-Goethe. Friday, Sepi 4.......,......................RIO GRANDE.. ;.......'.'.'.'.............trlilaj', 8tiit.ll

    OLOVE CASK FOB TBAVKUCRS. To be and inaccessible is For penerallnformatlon, steamers, trains rates eto., apply to any railroad agent ir to
    proud to t bo
    A. P. MUHPHV, Trav. Agent Jacksonville. CRA8. 2i20' St.Jacksoinlllfc
    the cardboard and the embroidery silk: OAVIES A cent: W. Hay
    timid and weak.-Mussillon. H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent; Brunswick Oa.
    should correspond with the prevailing C.H. MALLOKY General Agent, Pier 20, E. River and 302 Broadway N.Y.
    tone of color used in lining and ribbons, Magnificent pioinisea pro always to
    be Theodore Parker, Things to Make the Think.
    .which are sewed on and tied as shown. snupt'Ctml.- Thoughtless -

    m : Inside this ingenious case reposes .apiece Distinction is 4l-o cousrquorce! never THAT THE RIDEIt OF A.

    of fine, soft flannel 18 inches by the object of a great miiid.-W. Allrton. ................................... ................... ............................................
    10, the edges carefully "pinked," and A Boon to Florida !

    a further adornment of feather stitching We use np in the pnwiona the stuff KEATING :BICYLE

    added, by way of a border, using the that was given us for happineus. Jou-
    same silk as that with which the initial ............................................................................. .. .................

    was worked. The gloves are carefully bertYouth Enjoys his trips more than other riders
    fades, love droops, the leaves Water Works for Your Homes
    wrapped in the flannel, which preserves of friendship fall; a mother's secret 11KCAUSK ,
    them from damp; then the case is tied hope outlives them alL-Holmes. Ills wheel is lighter. The long chain gives easy move
    flat and neat and your work Is com ment. The polish of the bearings aids that glide-that Etc. under
    \ plete. Never think that Ood's delays: areGod'a easy glide-that plen es. your own Control.
    I.. ___________ denials. Hold on, bold fast, bold
    : Art Catalogue <4cts.< In Stamps.KEATING .
    W I The) Bedroom Loan**. out Patience is genius.-Buff on.
    'j\ Every bedroom should if WHEEL CO.. Holyoke, Mass.
    I \; powible Great memories, which retain all indifferently
    1.1 contain a couch if it be only of wicker YOU FURNISH
    L are the mistresses of an inn THE WATER; WE DO
    l' J and especially is one indispensable in and not the mistresses) of a house.Mme. .-
    I the room of a guest, who frequently Neoker. THE REST
    t tr longs for a short nap, but refrains from ..
    taking in the fear of .
    I' disturbing Dip the Jelly bag in boiling water and Used with open and driven wells
    beautifully or decorated bed.
    ( Uueat furnishings, by the way should wring perfectly dry before using. This springs and lakes. A fow minutes work
    tj hVEII loss of fruit juice from its soaking
    r. not be so flue an to be overpowering. If into the oloth. at an air pump delivers the water all
    f .I the room be small and there is no other
    ))1 over your houso with prCB ure. Xo cost

    SEE THAT CURVE. to; operate. No windmill or (overhead

    tank. Simple and durable.,

    The highest claim for other L Write or apply for( particulars to the BUCHER'S

    tobaccos ia "Just as ADVOCATE, or toDearing Tuenmatlc System.Water Works v|?

    good M Durham." FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY tor either Domestic ,4?
    I Parslow ft: Co., or Public Purposes, ijkDearlnf
    Every old smoker Parslow & Co., KA.

    knows there is none just (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. H PR LOW, Man *.!_

    as good as Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchandise.

    o :a: S .:aI: :... '"t.7 ::EMt: & 0 0 ,


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

    muslo and inimical instruments vf The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out :J1W:1n.e: es
    ha stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for.a full
    DURHAM line of the celebrated Conover New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos.
    We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $:JOO! )( more than we 417, *i419 W. Bay St..

    ask for them : JACKSONVILLE '.
    Conover,style K, _I................ .. ......f3M Halnea Bros., style II. mah.. ................|2noSchnbart FLA.
    .' K, eb..... ........... .. 32ft 14..............,......... 275 Ry. and Bourbon vThlskles
    Smoking Tobacco II J, eb... ....... ........ ". !MO Malcolm Love wal................... 2ftoStelnway to t3JO per pllBn. from '1.15
    .. II J. wal..I.( ebEverett. ...................... 2An Brandies from '1.TJ !to
    '. M, eb..... ... .......... .. *"> eb.................... 145 f3.75 per tmllon.
    .. .. K. _I............. ... ...... 8'.1.1 KIO'rbl1ry.' style B eb......_............. rrWe liia. make a Specialty at North Caro.
    You will find one coupon Inside JIIoCanunon..tyI.W.wal.; ............ ...... :/110 : A ob....... ........... VISm Mountain Dew, Corn Whiskey, three
    each two .. .. >>'...Dlah........... ... ... 3110 Knabe Orand ...................... 2fto years olil. JUJSO: pr gUlon.Mots. .
    ounce bag.and two coupons .. wal...... ...... ...... 275 StnyvesantNewstiy eb .,................... 175 I gal.. .3 iral.,3BeU. 3 gal. PURE
    insM each four ounce .. T.eD.............. .. ..... 2lIO'. wal.................... toaIIS
    bag of Bluckwell's Durham. Hln s Bros., 8, *................ ..... .. 11I10 A Evans eb...................... Kega-4 gal. .11 10 gal.. '1.211; "bbl..
    Buy a of this .. .. S, .b......... .... ...... .. 179 oJ... M.Star eb.............._...._ llo .IJIO.Partl..
    tobacco bag and read celebrated the .. .. .. 3, man.................... lilo )Morris looT .. 1I.lnlP: "> DT Town will di

    r coupon-which gives a list I Iof Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished and UemOO.1110 order per cent from on us all, as we can save
    put in thorough and we them to be satisfactory or ( re
    valuable presents and how order guarantee momey: 12"" Al_,.eoael .orders.wltn
    to get them. funded. We furnish n stool, scarf. Instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville we-.ln not npeQ n_ _nte orders.unless'erenoels
    ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half pri e. Write us. .ul\abl.J"'boDYIlle 1rI.....
    FREYEB A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, No oods sent C. O. D. to Dry Towns.

    24 K Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.



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    VELVET TRIMMINGS. It cramps the tees and finally irritates the best are made of spangles mounted on Professional Car s. r :: IOT1iiJza.TO ;
    tender sufraue at the Joints. lIe
    einphsles *-
    strong webbing.; Webbing t*>lts are certainly
    nds and Strap. Colin.* Be!" awl again that it is not broad shoes so
    invention. They yield to the
    Tobllers. much as long shoos! that should be worn a great Q BO HOC M. ROBIIIMS.. WALTBH GHAHAM.. Opened
    contour of the figure and fit well, which
    Eo: : t 1 Placido
    ,bell of embroidered lawn are having aU by growing children, and assorts that the rigid ones never do. BOBBINS A ORAHAM, e January 1894
    suooess+ the latest Idea being to ant pointed toe shoo, against which such a The Illustration shows an evening costume

    Ju ofl by collars, bows and beluof black catalogue Indictments bus been brought!, the skirt of which la of croam crape ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
    oolorel velvet. Velvet orna- is by no means such unhygienic wear .*
    dark Holzo
    | do chine cream silk. The Louis
    \t Pry* and iMXxissortes are becoming moro others more commended.CHEMISETTES bodice Is over of taffeta, having a white ground OFFICE llouun", :-From 10 to 12 a. m., In the center of tile city, on Main Street the dividing line between east and west

    I more numerous an the season advance with a printed warp pattern of mauve panales. and 2 to 4 p. m. one block from liny. Everything entirely' new. Elegantly furnished throughout
    j mill be considered forerunners of a vel- AND SKIRTS. It opoua in front over a vent of white TITUSVILLE, Brovard Co., Florida! Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus moots all trains. 'I'minn.50: per day and
    winter in the matter of trimmln '" taffeta, which is covered by the ends!! of a p. o. JInx, lUll.WIlllrlwU". upwards. Special rates by the week. N. L. WAnD, Propiletor.
    Ik velvet la used In contrast with light r- and Raohlos. Appear A(ml a .. Meek fichu formed by a frill of lace fulling from In all the courts-state end fed ,.. ''j
    e i of cloth, lawn, silk and other good. Trim uiin.s. an open collar of whlto embroidered taffeta. oral. -
    special ficilitlos lor examining and perfecting
    Among the many chemisettes worn this The sleeves have largo cuffs and epauletsof land tUlui.

    ra season are some very pretty ones of white, >> lace, bows of mauve ribbon ornamenting Grand View Hotel.
    plaited mouswline de sole, with lengthwise the shoulders. The buttons consist of .
    miniatures surrounded by jewels. CARY ELWES, ...
    ruffles of very narrow Venetian hoe between G.
    Juinc Cn0LLET.a .
    the plulta. This combintatfongive.a NOTA11Y PUBLIC, -- --
    oool and vaporous oJoct.In .

    spite of repotted warnings that tho COMMON SPICES.Ten STATE AT LAROE. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

    bodloo and skirt! of differing mutarluls and
    Q Tvpwwiltlmj, taxes paid! for non-
    known to
    dolors varieties of plants ure
    are to be abandoned, they are still roHMvntii. icnts and accounts collected,
    fashionable. Their extreme convenience produce black peppc-r.
    and becomlngneaa are doubtless responsible The red belongs to the etc., etc. Uoiiospondence solicited.
    pepper plant UNDER NEW
    for their continued hold on favor, although deadly nightaluuta luiuily. Tltusvtllo, Florida
    many convenient and becoming
    styles arc ruthlessly dropped' at the dictum Two kinds of pepper mentioned lan
    TV Jf ILLEIt A KENNARD, The oflloo will bo In charge of tile LOSHOO,
    of fashion. A black or neutral tinted skirt common by Ort'\,k writer iu the

    serves for many costumes and occasion, a fourth century, D. C. ARCHITECTS. As "All-the-year-round" House.A c---.......
    change of bodloo stimulant it
    being to give Cinnamon is mentioned( Exodus

    quite A novelty a different in linen air. skirts shows the lining xxx, :23, os used in the religious cere- East Coast business will have prompt First-class Laundry Connected with the Hotel.

    monies of tho Hebrew attention.
    gathered full and mounted on a yokeof

    t lace which Is fitted exactly to the hips. The ChiiieBO ciuuunion is better known T AMI'\, . FLORIDA. A carriage for the convenience of guests meet all trains !
    Nearly all gowns have a frill, points, aa cuHsiu. It is oftfti unc'il ua a substitute I
    SACK. squares or a turned down arrangement of for the genuine article. '
    Its future vogue la assured. We are toIve lace at the nock, above the standing collar. in MINOR s. JONES, J". G. BAS'1" "
    During the middle ages Italy,,
    velvet on bats toques, gowns, petti- Spain and southern Franco rental of of Hotel dii Nil, Saino.
    to and wraps, short paletots-that Is, ATTORNEY-A TLAV.
    straight English sacks that are to be the city hcnws were frequently paid in

    deounly fashionable-and jackets. On whole or in part with pepper. TITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA

    Uoes velvet will form all the close part The buries the pepper vine grow
    County Judge of Brovard County. J. A. HArrERSETTE. .
    the sleeve. Straps and bows will be
    on a spike, inf this re lwl.t'lollt'ly riww

    Ifls posed, corselets of velvet and boleros.; also collars, belts, I 3I familiar bhiig the to berries all dwellers if the iu ordinary thin couutiy.yoke! I INDIAN: : : :RIVER: : 20TEZI: :: :: ::: ,

    I Velvet of different widths, disposed) In L. OAULDEN,
    liuls and framing the tubller of the skirt, The nutmeg trre was distributed D. .
    All make a very acceptable decoration and I over the east by the uutuiegpipron, this ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ,"" ,,- 1j 'i" ...Joo-.I>1 r.

    Ell afford! opportunity for great variety, bird being fond of the iiuu tend transporting Will i.riKitioe In all till VmrtH of the Stateor ,ry ,1. ,,." .p4 oW ,!rd' ., TITUSVI.LLE,
    V the bands are to be unequal in size and the seed to many quarters, whore Klorl'ln' and the United Sates Courts.. i!!.; "
    ill give various effects according to the the plant tock reef, griw. P. O. Box,3.M.: TITU8VILLK, FLA. f I'4.. ,t "-,,-'I14W: Indian Ih Yen'.
    |lotion In which the different lengths are Money to txian. 18 ,. -"t-t'',rlf:
    nued. The vogue of velvet will accentat During tho days of the Dutch rnprim- ; ", .1\1.\ : "';- 1"1 n.

    ( of buttons, since the ends of the volt I iwu ucy in ho Last ladies, AuisterOum was I 'fII'I,,,'''' "- H-1'fI'' -

    ribbon used as trimming will be gen the leading market for cinnamon, and T3 FREEMAN HALL, ...;o ., J. A. HAri'EKSETTE
    ally fastened and finished by fancy or from 1092 to 1792 over 800,000 pound : ; 1
    ntlquo buttons. While the subject of but- of this spice were annually distributedfrom i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW C MANAOKII. i ie !I
    fna la uppermost, It may be well to stateat Amsterdam to other cities in !lit _

    lllyl1ne buttons, antiques or fine I Europe. & INSURANCE AOENT Open All The Year.
    nltatlons, of medium size, will be tho fu- t

    rite ornamentation of wide corselets, The clove, whoa chewed, temporarily -
    blob will close by really buttoning. The destroys the !Reuse of tuHte. It iu thus Tltusvllle,

    Vme sort of button will ornament theam sometimes need in medical practice, Representing,: all the best and strong- Only n few mlnuto
    of the sleeve to the elbow and will when very bitter or disagreeable! medicine ont insurance Companies. Is preparedto walk from Hallway stn-

    ape the shoulder bows. is to bo taken. After chewing u write lines to any amount, arty whore lions end t Steamboat: landIngs. -

    Today' illustration shows one of the clove the uupleaauut taste of coil liver on the East Coast. 1 .
    lltleous little suoka that Paris threatens to
    1 I On
    tho banks of tho
    oil, for instance, cannot be bepovcoived. .
    pake universally fashionable during the far-famed Indian River.
    ill and winter. It is of light gray or beige BATISTE oows. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. BISCAYNE' BAY, DADK COUNTY.
    both, finished with stitching, and closes VNaBR N81aV MA.NACmMNT.STANTON .
    The fashion of having the material of the W. EVVAN
    nth buttons at the left side. Two of a Kind.
    large pnarl J
    bodice come against tho skin of tho neck, U. S. COMMISSIONER.
    the cuffs and flaring collar are of black; which has prevailed for a number of years, The political campaign la like the
    levet, and there are three pockets, vart- Is gradually falling into disuse. It Is certainly man who lost his clothes while swim Notary Publlo Stato at Large.

    Wily dtspo od. JUDIO CllOLLBT. daintier and 11 re becoming to havean ming. It can't risk appearing before Lands Selected; Conveyances made. HOUSE. \

    intervening frill of white or cream or .a people unless clothed with a barreL- C01'l'c81ontence| solicited. Address:
    plain linen collar.A Truth. Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut trove, ,
    new kind of accordion plaited skirt Ofllce Ewan's Llnlltng.GEOItUE .
    nines Over Contracting Silk-Flohim Is being made in Paris.. It la all In one Not 11U War. r D, J, JONES Proprietor ;

    of Hoiueellne d. Sole. piece and is perfectly circular. a round hole Nell-What a breezy young man Mr. .
    Pique baa had a royal time of it this (worm. In the middle being tho waist From this Closeflst del I w. ALLEN,

    Not only in white and palo tones. hole the plaiting radiate, growing wider Belle-Breezy? 1 haven't seen him Rates $2.00 per day, Special Terms top
    in neutral and dark shades It has
    put amsett as they approach the edge of the ..klrt.A .
    I fashionable tailor costumes, It hall sketch la given of a gown; of blue blowing in anything.' Philadelphia ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW, Families
    en striped, flowered and embroidered and batiste. The skirt la finished with two Record. a
    iiw figured on ornamental as well as useful rows of stitching. Over the chemisette of Key West, Florida. -

    Ions. plaited white batiste la a bolero of blue Two Minutes Walk from
    Will practice In the United States Central
    Linen, too, hall received an abundant bntlsto having a large collar and pointed
    hare of attention-more, probably, than rovers of straw faille the edges of the collar DON'T STOP TOBACCO. and State Courts. jun rJALEX Depot.CHATTANOOGA. .
    has pique. Thin linen lawns, In fact, the and revere having a fine, narrow trimming
    'llnon" in ecru shades, so well known of black. The buck of the bolero TENN.Travelers' .
    now, has been ubiquitous, whether in passes under the high, draped corselet of IIOW TO CURE YOURSELFWIIILE ST. CLAIIt-ABRAMS:: SON,

    tai, plaided, openwork, embroideredr .
    black satin, which Is ornamented on the -- -- ---- --
    plain styles. As a matter of fact, how. right side by two ohoux of white satin USING IT. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,

    vcr pretty it may be, it la lesa useful than having a paste button In the middle. The The tobacco habit grows on a man JACKSONVILLE: AND TAVAJIES, FLA. Hotel '
    Ique, as linen baa a peculiar, stringy, hat of pink straw la: trimmed with cherries
    ank quality which asserts Itself after the foliage and black plumes until his nervous system Is l seriously affected Will continue to practice In tho courts .

    Brst one or two wearlngs., while cotton is JUDIO CHOLLET. : impairing health, comfort and of the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All
    omparatlvely rigid'and substantial if notGULL'S happiness. To quit suddenly U too severe business before the United States and
    State Circuit Courts will receive the Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. j
    VARIOUS NOTES.Wide a shock to tho system, as tobacco to personal attention of Mr. Alex St.

    an inveterate user becomes a stimulantthat Clalr-Abrams.

    Belts of and Bright IlpeD.I! Color_ 811k. Metal his system continually craves. This Hotel is

    "Baco-Curo" Is a scientific cure for the now under new management
    Men milliners are no novelty, but a
    workhouse inmato 80 of would tobacco habit, In all Its forma, carefully ,
    years age
    hardly seem a likely person to be a designer compounded after the formula of an HODGES & GODFREY, and has been thoroughly renovated
    and maker of fashionable headgear. eminent Berlin physician, who has used -
    Bach old gentleman has Manufacturers 6f
    an original nevertheless ,
    It In hla since 1872
    private practice
    been discovered in England by the
    Countess of Heath's Brabaion society- without a failure. It U purely vegetableand __ ?
    Yellow Pine Lumber
    for finding Interesting occupation for the guaranteed perfectly harmless. You

    aged and Infirm In workhouse*-and theta can use all the tobacco yon want while Bun meets all Trains, and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all
    te and execution of this venerable creator IIOUOII A D11ES8ED
    of chiffons are said to be excellent, although using "Baco-Curo." It will notify you Conveniences on every floor.

    something should be allowed for when to stop. We give a written guar Orange Box Heads, -Open .411 "the
    ..... "Year.RatesAmerlcan -
    Fruit Vegetable Cr.
    pardonable exaggeration in his gratified antee to cure permanently any case with
    d1 ooverer. To adopt Dr. Johnson's remark three boxes or refund the with 10 Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River Plan $2 to $2.6O; European 5Oc. to $ I .00.
    the wonder Is not that he does It so money on through:: bill of "'East;. Anyone cuntemplatIna : Special Rates by the Week. ,
    the Coast, would do well
    well, but that be does It at all. per cent Interest. "Bnco-Curo" Is not a ;building on to ;
    write fur prioen. The Hawmlll Is situated on the FINLEY & MORROW
    Some years ago everything Russian had substitute, but a scientific cure, that J.,T. & K. W.lly., II miles south of falatka. Proprietors i
    an immense vogue in Paris. That was theamoon cures without the aid of will and ,
    power --- --------
    of the liusslaa blouse, which met Satsuma IIIfclitH,Putnam co.,Fla.
    with no Inconvenience. It leaves the
    one at every turn and at all sorts of places HOTEL MELBOURNE Jacksonillle's net Fire-Proof Hotel.) "
    This fad has not yet entirely disappeared, system as pure and free from nicotine ns

    one of the latest Parisian models showinga the day you took your first chew or NATIONAL ,
    skirt of white taffeta under a bodice of smoke. '

    white chiffon batiste. The full gathered HomeSeekersREAL MELBOURNE Indian Rler FLORIDA. Hotel Geneva
    skirt has a border of Russian embroidery ,
    GOWK., Cured by Ilnco-Curo and Gained ESTATE EXCHANGE ,
    Open all the round. Good Fish. .
    10 cool to the touch. Linen mixed with Thirty I'oundt.! Ce,. Vortftti and Cedar: SU.,
    Ilk is one of the newest of the thin materials InK, Hunting and Yachting. Kates,
    and has a figure printed on the From hundreds of testimonials, the Exchanging Property for Property a $2.00 and upwards. /'iJacksonviile, Fla.
    warp of the goods giving the same fade originals of which are on file and opento .
    Specialty. Send Description of what Proprietress MRS. C. J, If
    effect that; is seen in chine printed silks. Inspection, the following Is presented: ucron. Modern Improvements, Baths, etc., on
    Rowever, one might well have z you have, and what you want. Every jfloor. Gas and Electric
    pure a Clayton, Nevada Co., Ark., Jan. 28, '\05.;'
    illk as of these mixtures which Lights, Passenger Elevator.'
    one ,, are by Ar-
    t Eureka Chemical & :Mfg Co. LaCrosse MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA.
    no ,
    means cheap and are less effective than High Class tistically and Elegantly Fur
    the real silk fabrics.Etamines Wis.. -Gentlemen : For forty C. C. CARROLL, nlsbed. .'. ','

    made over linings of contrast years used tobacco In all Its form. For
    !ing silk are one of the features of the ..eason. + twenty-five years of that time I was a Real Estate Agent. (f) Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00.
    By the Judicious combination of
    tones charming changeable effect are obtained great sufferer from general debility and Carpetings Weekly Kates on Application.

    the artistic eye divining by instinct heart dlaea e. For fifteen years I tried Pineapple, Orange and Lemon Special Bates for the Summer.

    lost how tints which would seem to the to quit, but couldn't. I' took various Land For Sale, Cheap.I .
    uninitiated to be untied to each other ED. L. OWENS, Prop.
    remedies others "No-To-lJivc
    maw put together to produce a pleasing among H. E. CLARK
    "The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "Don

    'sketch. shows)a eostnme for a ble Chloride of Gold," etc., etc., but; have for sale 80 acres of pineapple ",
    girl bay's...old. It .. of black taffeta. lI none of them did me the least bit of land on St. Lucle river a few mile below UrViATHOffiTHETCMIUlffOmr

    The skirt is plain and the bodice close fit good. Finally, however, I purchased a Eden, 40 of which being northeastquarter 38 West Bay St..
    ting the collar' being straight and the box of your "Baco-Curo," and It has of northeast of section
    Plain sleeves slightly bouffant t; at the top. entirely cored me of the habit In all Its quarter .Jacksonville, Florida,
    A )Marie Antoinette flchu of mauve moor forms and I hi"'. Increased thirtypounds 18, township 38, south of range 41 east;

    BMne de sole, bordered with; a double frill In weight and am relieved from the other 40 I. the northeast quarter Announces the opening of. hla Spring "..w rN'UI.y.rra.' ..

    f the same material, covers the shoulders BTOnro CORTCMEon all the numerous aches and pains of of southeast quarter of section 3, Stock of select and exclusive of 01' rite flYRrtA.fmMfusor
    and missus a' the waist In front, passing body and mind. I could write a quireof patterns
    around' the extreme edge. The bodice, which I t. township 88, south of range 41 east. JlcMro RAPLA1'" UND n!
    to the back, where U falls In long paper upon my changed feelings and line grade Carpeting. and .
    ends on the skirt. This eostnme Is suitable bouffant, has a yoke of Russian embroidery condition. The above land can be bought for 910per Mattings.Rugs

    for moayn g. JtTDlo CHoLLET.Ilse. pointed upward In the middle, while the Yours respectfully, P. II. M Annuity, acre. It (Is'suitable for'pineapple, and Shades In all sizes and colors. peelnl Features at Corona t Moderate -

    deep sleeve cape: of Russian em broidery are Pastor C. P. Church, Clayton, Ark.; lemon or lime growing.Will rate., solid comfort, no ostentation ?
    .... Ckad.... tight to the arm. From them escapee a orange, Send for Samples and Prices, and yon good fishing, good cooking.
    .A New York full puff. Sold by all druggists at 61.00 per box; be sold In lot of 4O acres, for
    chiropodist that; nerv-
    aaa children... apt to have says coma.. This Belts, more or lees wide or elaborate, three boxes (thirty day. treatment), cash. This land will soon be worth f5C will be pleased. .
    CQenUmes because web clinch the angers are a feature of the moment They contrast .2.60, with ironclad: written guarantee, per acre. -What do you need 'lathe' way of

    slightly almost Imperceptibly,and are with the costume and are' usually of or Write sent direct upon receipt of price. to C. H. 'Walton ADVOCATB envelopes, not and letter beads, bill o ,, i
    for booklet and Apply
    Eureka AWNINGS
    apt to draw up the toes at the same time. a bright color. Metallic belts are much proofs. beads statement, tags, cards, etc F 1
    U .. asllchj! but.frequent movement and liked for more or tea Informal wear. TIle Chemical and Boston A Mfg. Co., La Crosse, WIs., office;: or to Robbins A: Graham Titasrllle W. shall be glad to have. share of your t r''
    eu For your Store or Residence. work.

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    I .dt 8 INDIAN 9 1896.
    I ;,: -
    ea! J"
    '1. .I For; Sulo, him to throw up his hands. Although Highest of all in Leavening Power.Latest U.S.Gov't Report
    4.. taken quite unawares, Mr.\ I'uckftt im- THE ROBBINS & GRAHAJTci
    ;J mediately applied the lash to his horse,
    :Vi : ,! ; Common and fancy pineapple plants. which bounded forward,but his assailant
    <<1 .. I...., !I Forty nciu8 to select fiom. Lemon and, retained his hold, and thus preventedhim BakioJ!

    ,I' \ft' i 1'i: .', other citrus trees.JAMBS HOT.MBH: escaping. Mr. Puckett then reached oVal Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
    V" for his pistol, which was underneath the
    ,r ; Jensen, Fla.a buggy seat, but was threatened with the
    l huts of his/ life if he touched It. The Powder LAW, ESTATE
    highwaymen then forced him to kneel In
    ; Consult; .7aiu Moti
    vs ,
    ; the front of
    a part the vehicle In which he
    I M

    : 1 ) ''i i i Orlando! Nurneiy, for- orange, lemon other was, and rUled while his pockets one still, covered relieving him him the of .____ .AB5GIJ1J'i'iErI.Y PU E We have for sale a large list of careful|!

    "N, 1 1 1 j. u( And Marshal grape)Xiel fruit roses.j ,.roes, grape vines and about $:l2.!: in cash,, some papers (valued -- -- ---------,----- -- ------------- ---------- selected Indian River Properties. Y
    i by Mr. I'uckett at $10 and only useful to -Mr. A. T. Feaster has deer
    gone on Mr. F..1. Webb, of Melbourne, was
    MOTT -
    ,\ t' ? JA.MKH:Winter: Haven, Fla. himself), a few cigars and a box of cartridges hunt of a few days near the St. Johns liver I. In town Monday Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast lint
    s but, strange to say, leaving him to recuperate after his recent arduous, Canal and Transportation Co. /
    In possession of his gold -watch and electioneering duties. Editor E. I). Oslin, of the Melbourne
    Fur Itubbcr HtuinpH, chain.. They then made good their es- Times, gave us a pleasant call on Mon\ C.A..1'T.A..L LATTY
    -The electric lights in town went suddenly
    k kl cape, first starting the horse oft nnd<1 day.; a
    out about 0 o'clock last evening,
    l t' Seals, stencils, etc., and badges for pointing their until firearms he at the victim distance la but were soon restored, as the troublewas -Mr. O. II. Voss came over from his Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Com
    question a renpectable "
    got -
    ,, ,, I week for the Lands. Disston Company Indian River Loan and Investment Pili'
    k' any purpose whatever, see off, when they took to the scrub. only slight. place at Enterprise this Co
    ,''i.,1 Jo re SMITH, Jit., Sheriff Bowman was made acquainted( purpose of casting his vote. lIe says and other Low Priced Lands. '
    ( Titusville, Fla. with the affair on Mr. Puckett's arrivalIn Democratic Meeting.: his orange grove is now in lIne condi- Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
    I 1 Y town later in the evening, and'was tion.
    h Piano for Sale. requested to put the county bloodhounds There will be a meeting/ the Democratic Titusville. Florida.
    } the trail of the robbers but lie said
    ? '{ on Executive Committee of lirevurd :New Goods.
    A fine, mahogany, piano for
    ; / square that two of the dogs would not track a -- -
    R ai00'i will sell for county, at Titusville, on Thursday, Oct. --
    sale In Titusville cost $
    ; ; ; and the other not In lit
    j man was a
    ,; r'' $.!< cash, or on time. con- 15th, 1800. A full attendance Is requested fall
    dition, so that of discovering them Carloads of new and fashionable
    I way
    r + I as business of importance will come Fred S. Chaffee
    } For further partitulars address, In &
    of descilption C
    (' A had to be abandoned. In company, then before the committee. By order. and winter /good every COOl
    P PIANO, with Marshal Coodey and W. II. Young, TOM the dl'yloods/ line, and ladies chil-
    T r, ", ..c { r Care of ADVOCATE, Puckett went to the scene of the holdupand N. N. PENNY Secretary.,, dren's and gents': furnishing /goods, are 1i'
    Titusville, Fla. the at the wellknownstore
    f' surrounding neighborhood early now arriving daily
    + j j'' i; r 1 the next morning, and spent many bourn of .lullus Kline, who Is at present FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITUSVILLE FLA

    j'.i ? a lllvycle Repairing.I in a search for or information! relativeto TilE Indian River hotel barber shop has In New York purchasing the stock. Call Registered Pharmacist I
    Immense and magnificent -
    1 his assailants, which proved fruitless the boat workman in the county We and inspect this
    beyond the recovering of the box of cartridges display of goods!' before buying elsewhere A
    guarantee satisfaction to all our cus
    'j h t I will duplicate the prices of any responsible taken by them, and which was tomers. II. Meadow, ; It will save you money. CompPUREDRUGS
    I 1 t firm on all kinds of bicycle found not far from where the robbers, f and Druggists Sundaese9
    'l 1. repairing:, enameling and sundries. All which are thought by Mr. Puckett to ,
    r. work guaranteed. Bicycle Instruction have boon white man and negro, made -
    f'a given and guaranteed at reasonable their appearance. Up to this time nothIng LAW CO. Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude E<.
    prices., further has been gleaned concerningthe -4
    . rx 1 ., ; ;,, JOB (SMITH, JR"Titusville, rascally robbeis. We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.

    ; i ad i 1 Fla. A Narrow Escape! from Death. Electrical and Machinery Supplies. We want your, trade. Give us a trig,

    ij" !
    ; r A Hare Opportunity.
    1 MANUFACTURERS' AOENTS FOR Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, rcifuraaj,
    Zl' ( For sale, at a sacrifice, the lease-run- Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Coleman re- High: Grade Machinery, Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motors and Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc. !'
    ( i ning until /Spring: of 181)7) -of a fully turned to Titusville\ on Monday from Generators, Warren Altrenator, Hornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse, Williams & ,- Agents for,Stencils and Rubber Stamps
    f .
    fin ulslied roomed/ pleasantly-located
    ,t i a Clifton, N. J., where they have been Co. Elevators. SPECIAT.TIKS!'!i Electric Fans Sewing machine motors, Dental motors, Iron
    ,,1 'r I t hotel on Indian River Immediate pus- Clad. Slow speed Multlpolar Motors for heaviest factory work. street railway equipment <
    j IIlIl lon. Address LEX, spending several months with Mrs. M.L .. modern In design and construction. rutty guaranteed and prices right.

    , I'' ADVOCATE office, Coloman-Mr. Coleman's mother-who F. BISHOP, Manager. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. EIl. :: :R.c. r..D Y.
    Tltusville.Fla. accompanied them as far as Jacksonville Salesroom,Bl West Kornyth St., Repair Shop\,2029 Main St. I
    ''t) ''i 1 i it to spend a few days with friends
    II For Charter. that city before coming here to-day for Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer r,
    the ,
    purpose of enjoying Indian River'sbalmy Reliable. Responsible. ,
    -- Prompt.
    ( winter months. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
    1 t The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be The above party came down from Now
    i chartered by the day, week, or month; York to Jacksonville on the Clyde boat ea-- 3B. 3b j&.mCTXJXLt: c$5; CO., triple Ac: I tviioy O-roeoi-iesai, Fruit

    anywhere between Ormond and Miami. Algonquin, which collided with the
    ph t r Good accommodations for ladles. For three-masted schooner John Paul, early Wholesale And Food ProductsOf

    q further particulars( write to last Sunday morning, not very many All Kinds. Also My Stock of

    I ;( CAPT. GKO.Titusville: Cook, Fla. Coleman hours' run having from Charleston quite; a narrow, Mrs. escape M. L. Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.Our Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal\ ,

    1F from death at the time 1 of the collision.It Ground Food and Wheat.I .

    i ttliles for Sale. seems that she was asleep In the lower Specialties :Oranges, Lemons, Apples, Pineapples, Teas, Potatoes, am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively:: In the above line
    f'' M sY berth of her stateroom, when a terrible Onions, Grapes, Nuts, Limes, Guavas, Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Honey, etc. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and sollc.
    1 crash caused her to awake and find herself
    Y References-T. H. Lady Lake }'!IW.. M. Williams shipper Fruitland, your patronage Very truly
    ; A grade Winchester rifle : ; ,
    high : new ,
    $ In the midst of splintered timbers, Slight
    IL:: XL JbSJti.u9k.33T.::
    Fla. The Trade In Write or wire for pilces. *
    I P r 45-70 calibre, with case; re-loading tools broken glass and debris, caused by the
    1 p 1, t t and cartridges One Spencer rifle\ One bowsprit of the schooner tearing Its way 220 Bridge Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. -- ----

    y h i,} /Sharp's rillo. One revolver, and sports- through the side of the steamer Into )herquarters VOT" Hotels Supplied on short notice with Anything on the market. A good
    ( mans' outfit generally for sale at > l IARD: : ...
    1. grunt and from which she could not ,stock always on hand, at lowest price. EX Srr'XLI1'VG.
    C, 4y sacrifice, if purchased at once. Apply extricate herself. Assistance was quickly -

    i at at ADVOCATE office. at hand, however, and Mrs. Coleman -- C oooa. Florida: ,
    was helped from her rather perilous

    it ( Arc You Theatrically Inclined position, happy to find herself uninjured The NewSelden DEALER IN.,.......
    (a miraculous escape) other than beinga
    1 1 i I f 4, '- unnerved for her thrilling experience. Wood and Metallic
    ; 'I I Joke books, tableaux, amnteur theitt- Ilad Mrs. Uoswell Coleman occu-
    J rinds, etc., selections suitable for chinch pied the upper berth in Mrs. M. L. Col- Door
    1 e f and society\ outoitalnmont. man's stateroom, as1 she wanted to on Cypress Company
    1 For sale by account of the lady passenger who had Coffins and Cask t ,

    JOB S.Mint, JK., agt., used! It from New York leaving the
    Y Titiisvllle, Fla. steamer on Its arrival at Charleston, :PALA'='I AL" FLA."
    q the collision having occurred after leav-
    ,,1 +s Fruit nod ing that port, It Is probable that she Opened October 1st, 1800, tinned the steam on to Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department Is lit
    w'' t would have passed Into eternity, as the der the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, usingth
    bowsprit of the colliding! ship ploughedits One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Blind most improved methods of embalming. All orders by mail or wire receive prompt

    To those growers having fruit and way right through; the head of that attention. EDWARD STILIXG,
    i "ti x vegetables for disposal, we will give the berth. JMosdames Coleman thank the and General Wood Working Plants in the United States. Cocoa, Indian River, Fla.
    Y Lust possible market price for their piod11 kind providence which saved them from

    Foreign produce also purchased their seemingly Inevitable destruction, And( with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eight
    l ) t and dealt dn.b as do also their many friends on Indian years in Cypress) the patrons of our company: may confidently expect the best THE
    J. 11. MABHA A Bitos. DECANTER.
    b River and elsowheie.
    ? possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cover
    i 1 Commission merchants, Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc. -
    t 2.1i' 4 E. liny nnd 105 W. Bay sts.,
    -- ------------------- -- -- --
    1M i, Jacksonville Fla. I'rosbyteriuii! Church. --
    7 + a(, Losley <& Reziaker

    t n __ Special::! services are. being held this I Ph nix. The St. Augustine Cycle Co and Domestic Whistle,
    CHAXUi: OF OWNERSHIP. week. Foreign Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and

    t Bro. Eads will preach this evening, Union Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont. -

    t ;li II. M. Flaglcr Purchases the Key: and Communion the pastor Sabbath to-morrow mornings.evening. Members | Diamond Has the best line of wheels A First-class Line of Cigars. *** Billiard and Pool Tables

    Rest & Miami Steamship Line. of other churches are most cordially f and sundries in the state. All Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to ro*
    i The Invited to attend these services and to 2 Excels orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & REXAKER,Titusville,..&
    that have been
    reports currentfor
    1 commune with us. In the evening the > Kinds of bicycle repair work ==
    t some time past of a change in the --
    Y. P. S. C. E. will take of the
    ,, j ownership of the Key West A Miami evening service at 0JO.: All charge the members and other Ladies neatly done. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Expomtlon; ,
    /Steamship company have proved true will the and Atlanta,Ga., lilliTHEG. /!.
    ) It. M. Flngler, president of the Florida sign pledge, new membersbe and Gents in Stock.
    F. W. BEERS
    T received. Prop.
    publicly Subject:: : Temperance -
    l I Knst; Coast It'y, In t'onllectlOlwith
    I, ; which road the steamship line has been The pastor earnestly requests ------ H. HAMMOND COMPANY
    member bo
    i Ii operated from Miami to Key West, has every I'resent-especlllly: .
    1 bought the steamer property.The at the Communion service. GEORG MAUX. JOHN MAKX. ,

    formal nrrniigomuuts fur the trim
    for wore made nt Key West on Monday, A Card. 1V..I.A.7 BROS.:
    at which time a meeting of the stockholders PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.Hammond .
    of the company Wall held The Wholesale Dealers In-
    a 1 I terns of the transfer were not made public To the Public :
    I but the report given out was that We have just bought the stock of Groceries: : Fruit: acid Jrod.LOS.: : Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, I Ib

    Mr. Fhtgler would assume all of the II. groceries of the Avcra- Grocery Co., of 131 and 133 Hunt Bay Street and :iJ: R..d:4": :Nawnaii. Street Salesrooms, 231 West Bay St., Thos. \V. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
    i 1 utilities of the old company. Titusville, Fla., and will Increase the JTc ,ol .soxxxrillo.: ; i IT'lox-ldlct.

    lL The Key West & Miami Steamship stock at once. We shall! keep constantlyon Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards Hams and Bellies.Write .
    Y company began operations last spring hand new and fresh such if ,
    goods, as
    h with Archer Harman: as president 11111Edward fancy and heavy groceries, produce and ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES THE CITY.
    ''I y, fi i Morley as general manager. A fruits of all kinds. Everybody will do : ; us ::or Prices.s .

    largo portion! of the stock of the company well to call and get our prices before TO OnOWERS:-Lot us know what you have In the way of Fruit and Vege J
    ffl t' : was understood to have been subscribed tables. Returns and
    buying elsewhere. prompt sure. We supply the best Seed Potatoes and Cow
    I by Key West people, who were Very icupectfully, Tons. Write us for our wholesale price list of groceries.
    M very desirous of getting a connection DICKEY: .YATKS.\; LANDS for Lemons Pineapples
    I with the Florida East Coast K'y, at MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Grape Fruit &
    { ; Miami.\ The steamer City of lllchmond ,
    tbe name of which was afterwardchanged IN BREVARD AND DADE COUNTIES, FLORIDA.In .

    : to the City of Key West, wan HAVE YOU GOT AN ICE CREAM FREEZER ?
    I d bought and placed upon the run, and a order to Induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits the Counties named l, tin
    /good patronage: huts been built up.
    In connection with the deal Is the report FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY CO. will, for the next 9 months, make aRt

    : that another steamer will be added JEWELERSJACKSONVILLE If not, don't you think you ought to have one? I have got the Five Minute
    the coming winter, which will give dally White Mountain Triple Motion Freezer, at the following prices, viz : dnctlon of Twenty-flye Per Cent on Price of Its Lands in Above Counties,
    service between the points named, as lath; Ig:">&
    well as from Jacksonville and all north 1 FlAK 1 quart at. , . " .* 1.10: each. ( For terms and Prices to OR UNTIL DECEMBER[
    i, ";k, ern points Such an arrangement as :a quart at. " . .. 1.60 each. D. C. BUTTON apply W. Beach, Fry
    K. :MOSES Palm
    this will be very pleasing to the peopleof 3 quart at.. , . 0 .. 0 o. 0 .. 1.80 each. W. C. VALENTINE or West
    Key West, who have long desired 4 quart at .. . .. .. .... .. 0 o. 00. .. 0' .. 2.20 each. S. MORSE, Miami,,Fort Fla. Landerdale or to _, FUF.
    dally communication with the outside These prices are only good until the stock if exhausted. Keep your eye on
    world, and It would do much to advance t blUh 'ir the interests of that city. ST. ,
    The City of Key West Is In charge of L. BARBOT & CO.
    Capt.. S. A. Bravo, formerly of this city. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART THE c--.......
    He has long been Identified with the ,

    I q'1"Ii Florida East Coast 1t&lJway.-Cltlzen. General Commission. Made for Sandy Soil Having 3.inch Tread. .* * GEO. WIEDEMAN BREWING COMPANY,

    Ii to 4 l A "HOLD-UP.- lltJIIj(;]iJ ooa;;] i 8'; I. --l- FOR SALE BY !. Brewers of Fine Beers, Standard Lager, Extra Pale HEgg

    I' last At M about Mr.7 P.o'clock E. Fuokett on Sunday-on evening of the ,::s-a-=o.. B Cu.a : EDWARD STILING..._........_..._...",..,.... ....... THOS. A. BETHEL, Manager. Bridge St.

    i Star Ml mi force, two-masked was driving men suddenly to town sprang from 329 & 331 t PoydrasSt.'. The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. :::cl kh0v: Leo: n J'aoie/onvilie, Florida

    from the thick scrub at the side of the NEW ORLEANS.LA. < 10 dozen pints, Amber. 0 ....... . . .. . .,..' ...,?.<:;.

    road between the MoCrory and Froseher ( Canal Bank. suitable rows suitable for PIneapple for Truck Plantations Gardeners and 6-In.Orange tread. Growers 3-ln. tread; A size larger 10 dozen pints, White, 0 ... .... .. .ti....,...... .,00' ,.. .. Fbbia.

    a places covering, and him seizing with his their hone's head ordered and REFERENCE!: I Metropolitan Banl1.CoIDID.n:1aI COCOA Indian '(- beer .. .. ... ...... ..... .. ..'.. ... 0-' .0 0 0 t1aKbbls.

    e ,I guns ( Agvaclm.. River. FLORIDA. beer,. ,.. .. . .. 0 ... .. ........:. .0 . 4a0
    r tr?
    i t,

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