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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: August 9, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
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lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00143
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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ode 11. No. 1. TITUSVILLE, FLA.- FRIDAY' AUGUST 9, 189 Price, 5c.


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LOCAL NEWS, Head This Column Carefully -Our town has been remarkably -Mr. E. B. Wager hiss been spending Cheap Excursion to Atlanta.On -Mr. Jas. F. Mitchell, who hat bee."I'.ndllllf *

lively this week. a day or so In Orlando this week some wrvks In CntbWrt, Ga.,

4 [ml Topics of General Interest. THE EAOI.K CIOTIIIX STOKE, In the -Mr. J. E. Arnout Is at present engaged Monday, August 10th, there will returned to Cocoa yesterday
-Mrs. A. T. Feaster and have
ADVOCATE block, Titusville, are the family
,cltr and General, Oowlp In connection loading clothier.>n the East Coast of In Daytona-moving houses. been spending the week at Oateen. I I""e a cheap excursion from Palntkit to The
Murderer of Iayia amid
with BlM-nyn Buy Lake Worth Indian, FlolidUll'e them a trial Capt. J. II. Smith has been spending Atlanta, the fare for the round-trip bong -
-To keep abreast of the times Messra
.nna and Hallfa Klvern, Key Went several days with his family in only |>4, See further particular on HlKhxiiiUh.,
Point along the Graham A Walton added a Yost ty'ewriter ;
>nd all other Important Vlit:RE' to stop. See list of hotels on Jacksonville.Mr. 2nd page. Get your tickets In time.
I Count of Florida. Brief mention of to the ADVOCATE office to-day.
xa t our 7th pa e.DU:11 The Palm Beach correspondent of the
| ..tlnir ErenU from Various PartuI Gas P. Anthony hasten on a
litr -The shell road dlHCiisnlon has causedquite Times-Union Hiwock and
A Date Tree In Trutt.Flrv says: Captain
Ton Know
I W"rl ll About People
the 1 business trip to West Palm Beach this
luinl |'.,oile Too "..n't Know Picked blanks lOc. each; WOO: per 100, at week. a deal of good natured banter, mate, of the Robinson Crusiwi, who aided

I np by Our Society Editor.Advertising the ADVOCATE' office. I among our townspeople and visitors Mrs. John Slmonson, of Tltnavlll, has Lewis, the murderer of Hlghsmlth. and

-Mr. J. A. England left hole, Saturday this week. 1\> date tree In her garden which has Davis, to e..eapere brought here

uali: R Jl"I'T received 300,000 twenty Inch last, for Syracuse, N, Y., on a threeweeks' -Capt. C. II. Broek, of Jacksonville, quite a good crop of .11\11'11. This Is from Lemon City, wheio they succeededIn
iv shingles.; See nd on 8th page. O. F. vacation
ATE Paddison, Eau Gallic, Fla.'OK paid visit to Titusville on Wednesday: said to ire the tint date tree known to giving bond. HUcock sticks to the

,Etc, plA f 0 -Several articles and local Items have anti luis many lends Lore hero glad to bear fruit In this town. story that he was forrcd", under threats

first class shoemaking and repairing been left out of this Issue for want of see him. of death, to tako Lewis to Blmlnl, 1\ ..

call on J. A. Daughter; at Mr. Nolle's pace. -Mr. C. ('. Chillingworth, a proml- small Bahama port, forty mile cast of
old stand
Titusville
Fla. -Miss Mary II. Ransom, our late popular neat attorney of West l'aIIllB"IIch, mad Cape Florida, or the entrance to the bay. !

cn wOC,1rc. 1'lIu'KI.heat powder ntClIAIFtK school teacher, Is still In Nashville, a flying trip to Titusville and retain on A tire broke out in the roof of the \o one credits the story of lllxcot being I II

: il Co.'*. Tenn., where she receives the ADVO Vcdnesdny.Mrs. fibre factory last: Friday., Fl1rhlll"tl'ly.Mr. I 'orced, and the surrounding clicum-

Titusvillel'la.Nwot.tusE CATE. Stringfellow, wife of Light- Charles Crabb observed and extinguished stances look very bad. I

-If you feel tll'.Ieal.It..1 or rundown louse-Keeper S.tiingfellow: of NewSmyrna It befoie much headway had been I Telegrams bad already liven sent to
shirts of good make for :50 The NASNVU: and there Is little doubt
made. conflagration supposed to very
go to the seaside for a few das. lighthouse, has tinned from I
cents, worth 7"; cents. Julius Kline '
jut that Lewis will bo The
hAve been caused by a spaik from the captured.)
and hotel
Washington avenue, Tltusvillc.IAIII For railway rates see Oth and the noith-quite 111.
7th pages of the ADVOCATE smoke stack.J. feeling\ all over the country against
Mr. J. Walton left here
O.
yesterday,
Lewis and his abettors la and
strong. ,
CITTIMJ, shaving and shampooing, Postmaster J. J. Flannery, Clifton for West Palm Buach. He said ho ,,'ouMIay
done In tirot-class style, at ( harleDraceo'll ., T. .: 1C. W. i\cnrxloiis.:: something. startling may be looked for
left here Tuesday. on a trip to Chicago, Itly lliHcayno it visit ere retuning
j
tonsorial parlor, next door to Ip'foio the matter Is through with. The t't'IIt''Ilo
Capt. Fischer's,bakery, Titusvillu.VK Omaha, New York and other northern to TI tllS11"\ .
The following low rate excursions willie [ are doteriiiliiixl to wipe the stain
Jrthm1V cities. He will be away several weeks. -Mr. ico. M. Robbins was In Palatka from the county by meting out justice t tto
have run by the J., T. A K. W. Railway :
now money to loan In sums to -Mr. and Mrs. Anthony and family and Jacksonville. the first of the week, ; all Implicated 1
suit nn approved real estate socuilty. Rates from! Titusville August 1,111:
expect to leave Adel, la. for Titusville law ointtAs.i He
Send In jour applications. Robbing & attending to some : ic- harvest Excursion: to ksonvllle, .1.1'10; I

Itl. Graham Co. In a week or two. They will, probably, turned to town on Tucsday.mfr. August :2
: ; 1'walin. make their permanent home In this E.: L. Brady, who h.in been at Meet, 1.10. I Hurt \'\11I.Tho .

\1.1 VAPHTHA. LAVNCIIEs. A. T. Rose, Melbourne town. West Palm Beach since last Friday, Is There will bo an excursion to Tampa

"lit Bless be the tie that binds' Indian flyer, will build anv -Mrs. \\'m. Jarvis. who spent from expected home to-moriow. lie has and return on Monday, the tutu Instant, I fioqucnt
kind of steam or naphtha launch, sailor fatal lightning stroke ls so -
The people to Our Store; Saturday until Monday at Hotel\ Coquina, bought out the Garland &; Stowcrs Mini for the round
t They're so good we tind.We'll row boat to order. Write him for fl..0: trip. this soawm that persons, much
estimates. Ormond Beach, informed us that there the above place.Prof. For the above occasions
INt adveitise for more. proportionately exposed to tliundcrstoims, should take

Since by this means they came, was a jolly party present, numbering I W. A. Sharp, of the Stetson low ratl'II"111 he l tnado from other all known precautions against It. In a

We mean to hold them there, WHIt: you want your shoes to wear well, about fifty. i University, DeLand, Is said to have stations on the J., T. K. W. R'y. suluntllla paper recently a'ul\llllcfol'e the

And strive to make our name be Julius stylish Kline and, Titusvllle.Moxwy. of good. make, go to -Miss Florence Harder, one of the grown; a few Inches taller this week, Royal Meteorological society, Mr. 0. ,1.

Familiar everywhere.Doot and Shoe. recorder. most popular young ladies In Rockledge, owing to the fact that he has been presented The New Jurors, Symons, F. R. S., tho English meteorologist
-
r, __ We want money to loan on first who has been spending acoupleof weeks" by his wife, with a remarkablyfine presented a mass of Important

real estate mortgages. Teu per cent or so with friends at Daytona, returned baby daughter. Congratulations, The following Is 1IIl1t of tho jurors data on the phenomena of thumlur-

:JT -'OB' PRINTING at this office. free of all expenses to lender Gaulden home on Saturday last. rofessor. drawn for tho August term of our County storms.Oidlnailly.

IIi ZJT' The ADVOCATE may be had at A Beach: Sanders, Floiida.I'H Titusville. and West Palm -Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris, who -It Is rumored that Mr. II. B. Plant Court, which meets next week: persons flee to the neatest

Dr Vreven's drug store anti Mrs. Emma owns a fine piece of property at Eden: III about to retire from the managementof J. W. Caillsle, La Grange; A. I. Brown, shelter to i-Hcape) wetting. Mr. Symon

Eaton news stand 5c. per copy. visit Jacksonville are now enjoying themselves at JCancs- the Plant System, owing to old age A. L. Chandler, City Point; J. 1\(. Brown, show that "If a man Is thoroughly wet
fc\
t Ii -You will find reading the Carleton you hotel, Bay street., stop The at vllle, Ohio, where they have ordered the and failing health, and that Col. M. H. Rockledgo; C. E. Cook, moved away; It I I. Impossible-; for lightning to kill

some Interesting electric car from the railway station ADVOCATE: to follow them. lalnes, who Is now In England, will (t 1. W. Sanderson, Grant; W. H. Tancre,, lilrn." He refers to a remarkable juoof

on our :2nd page. will land you at fie Carlcton door In -Mr. W. A. Robert, a prominent real uccced him. Mr. Plant Is said to be moved away; J. T. Cleveland, Rio San of till fact. The great scientific lecturer

i.1 R, Mrs U. D. Hoke and family, of Jen- about six minutes. estate dealer of Palm Beach, passed worth many millions of dollars.Mr. Lucie: A. E. Sager, Ankona; J. E.: Fultz, Faraday, once demonstrated to

'*>>> have been pleasant visitors to town through here, Wednesday, on his way to Julius Tyler, a prominent cltl- !Spruce' Bluff; C. S. Schuyler TitusvilleB. ; his audience at the Royal Institution

LI. tins week To LET,block a fine, Titusville.brick store in Excellent the ADVOCATE location New York. From there he will go to ten and landowner, of Fort Pierce, J. Hllliard, Narrows. that with all the powerful electrical:

; .(Jr. W S. Graham Is now enjoying Possession may be had at London and Paris, to spend the balanceof was In town Wednesday and Infoimed us ------- apparatus) hi* disposal It was Impossible

hit new Steam's bicycle, which ailived once. Apply to Robbins & Grahamor the summer. that It was remarkable the number The Steamer H'H"'IH'J' for him to kill a rat whoso coat had)

on C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office with ,,'oultlloo
saturated It
Monday. been water.
1 Titusville. -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold of tarpon that had been caught In his

-Mr. J, W, Sackett, a former resident divine service on Sunday next, the 11th neighborhood of late. For fishermen Mr. Flagler' steamer J. W. Sweene" "; well, therefore, for any person In a

tlit M TUIEM, AUK' HARD and you cannot affordto been launched from the Palm Beach boa lightning stroke to allow himself" to be
Augustine Itifics.I lose everything. Insure againstfire / at 11 a. m. and 7tO:: p. m. The sermonIn to be a regular paradise.

: Advertising to a well-stocked store, cyclones and accident with, HALL.t the evening will bo on Paul's trial -A telegram from Key Went on Tues ways on Thursday, the 1st Inst. Mr drenched with ruin at tho earliest moment
WKIOHT, of Titusville, Fla., F. W. lirei has made great Improvements possible, mid In tho absence of
many
lib ram to a thirsty plant, enlivens and representing before Felix, the Roman governor. day says: An election was held In the
leaves' silver the Liverpool London A: city to-day to bond the county In the [ on her' and slue Is said to sufficient rainfall to avail himself of any
drops": all around. Globe, the Old Hartford and other Support/ your home Industries if you sum of $500,000/), for the purpose of book like a new boat. Her deck have other means at hand to wet his outer
-Quite a largo number of Indian. RivT leading companies. tf wish to hold your town together; and it building a roadway from this city to Key
been cut down and a new hull put Into apparel.
residents have been In town this week -would be as well to remind our people Largo. Great Interest was manifested
1 In the election and out of 700 votes her, and various other noticeable Improvements I -
,
.L 'h
cu88lng the road question. -Mr. Benj W. Jerome of St. Lucie, that the Titusville Electric Light Works polled only ono or two were against have been made. She now Till: I'LAdLKU: KAIMVAY.

-Judge J. S. Cochran and wife, of has been In town a day or two this week. and also the Brush Factory deserve the bonding. draw eight Indies Ivs water than heretofore

the Uummltt orange grove, have been -Mr. Percy F. Smith, Tampa, leaves support of at least Tltu vllle's residents. -Mrs. Brickell and her son, Mr. Win which will enable her to go to Gi-n'l. Passenger Agent Jo*. Richardson .

pending a week or so In Jacksonville. here, to-day, for West Palm Beach. -Some of our young folks are anxiously Bricked, large landowners on Bay Bis- most any place on Lake Woi th. who lugs l been on a business trip to

. -"Where are the mosquitoes this -The ADVOCATE has had quite a looking forward to a naphtha City cayne: ,arrived and Mrs.In town A. Russell on Friday, of Lemon last New lork, Buffalo, Philadelphia and

iummei '*." is the,cry we frequently hear. number of callers from down the river launch trip to the beach at an early date. The following day Mrs. Bilckell and non A Delusion timid a Hnare. other places, has returned to St. Augus

.. Mo .,uitoc* certainly have been few and .his week. Surf-bathing will be one of the features left for Jacksonville, while Mrs. RUHHC) tine Mr. Richardson I I. quite a hustler

lal> between this season. of the occasion; lunch baskets will betaken took her departure for Tampa. Mr. and A subscriber, writing u* from New for his company.
-As stiff breeze the cloud
a sweepeth Mrs. llrickull returned to Titusville
-The along, and a right royal time Is yes York, : "I am surprised to mid (In L. Gaulden W. S. Graham
many friends of Purser E. W. from the sky, so brisk advertising sweep- terday aud will leave fur West Pain say Messrs. 1) ,

"n-lifcon will, no doubt, be pleased to eth cobwebs from the hustling mer- anticipated.Mr. Beach this afternoon, en route to Miami tho ADVOCATE) of the number of marriage S. H. Ray: R. II. Burchflel and J. L

team that it is more than probable that chant's store. Chaa. A. Gardner has joined the Mrs. Brickell Informed us that they bad taking plate on Indian River. It Turnage left here, yesterday moiulug,

: li* mill return to Indian River the com- Titusville brass band, and is now tootingon been ait far as Columbia, 1 S. C. looks* If the people welt" not MO ba Mr. F. A. a happy
lug); III inter. Morgan wore the tuba. Charley Is making good off after nil-or the young men must beratherrash of the above railway at Jensen and An.
smile Messrs. Robbins & Graham Protect the Game and PUli.
-We yesterday, headway, and It is evident that he will running Into wudlmk. Let kona.. t
are In of the Initial
receipt num- presented his office with a
i having not be last In the race. Mr. BurnbanNorwood me t"lI'o'l about what the boy and his
,*' <>f the Cocoa and Rockledge News, fine $100 Yost typewriter. He says It Is has also joined the band and /Shoot or fish only In the proper season Father said, which I III a* follow: 'Pa, On Friday afternoon last, 73 prisoner,
t -page weekly newspaper, published"e a beauty. will play a clarionet. and escape the game warden by obsorv' from Col. llalley' convict camp at
fag the laws. Many status have new what I III a mirage!: T it's the union IIf
Thursdays, by the editor and proprie- Albion, passed through Titusville.
The Commissioners of Volusla countyare -Miss Jennette Paddlson, while leavIng laws this and
101 !game and fish year, and If youdon' one man one woman until the law
,
t V Blackman. It has the best the residence of Mrs. W. M. Wood They were guarded by six well armed
building a shell road from DeLand know them, send five 2c. stamps shall separate them.' 'That' a marriage,
wuhek of the ADVOCATE for a successful Double teams are hired Ward, last Thursday night, fell off the for a copy of the ; to New Smyrna. Pa. I want to know what a mirage I la T
arm We trust, however, it will not for[ $2.50 per day, and the shell Is hauled steps, spraining her right ankle very American Field, 24.1 State! St., Chicago. for Contractor Louis MtLaln, who 1*
, severely. In consequence of the accident 'Same' thing sonny; same thing. A man
meet with the sad fate of Its predeces- the East Coast building the southern extension of the
for nothing by
practically Miss Jennette has been confined to Imagine be sees wonder, where there I la
surf. Raiload. An abundance of shell Is to be the house all the week-giving her foota A Fine KxiMMltlon I'ohler. above railway.A .
nothing. Fight hy of them, sonny;
Mesdame Coleman Rhode and obtained all along the East Coast special train passed through Tltu-
,
rest.Mr. The ADVOCATE has just received, fight sby of them. Each Is a delusion
Williams are the three ladle who com- -The Ice-cream social given by Mrs. E. P. Porcher who has been from AslstantGen'I.Fees. Agent H C. al'1& snare.' vllle on Friday for the purpose of carrying -

PMM- the Titu ville ladle Orchestra. T. T. Wetmore, on the grounds of Mr stopping with his family In Atlanta for McFaddtn, Savannah, a very tine esposl Mr*. Schrebulck, of West Palm

The meet for practice at the residence evening was, some time past, arrived at his Courtena; tion fo: Ir'o published by the JlJttlJ; Beach, to Jacksonville, where she wentto
Wm. M. Brown, Wednesday home on Wednesday, where he expected tem. side Is a : Not III UK Like Advertising.!
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Mr and Mr. Roswell Coleman every largely attended. Chinese lanterns were to stay a short while to look after his and Georgia with views of the Plan receive medical treatment by Dr. Nell

Monday and Friday evening, and It I Is hung from trees and posts and tables were orange grove. He reported his family System of hotels; and on the reverse are On June 22nd a party of ladle and Mitchell.and She It I Is was claimed In a she delicate received condition a
really' surprising what sweet music they the grounds. The a* all being well and enjoying themselves Itt excellent dews of the Atlanta Ex oil' gentlemen from Coronado visited the ,
scattered throughout In Atlanta. : dimnmlons.I: blow at the hand of a party In a row
.
tlon building with their
reader-having practiced together only moon shone bright, the evening was coo ADVOCATE: office, and one of the party- with some other Jewish merchant a
Mr. )KUJu Informs that within
Craven's Indian River Dand-jult. us Mr. btrother Smith! lo.t her umbrella.
a -
hew short while which caused tho
time We at future I few and fa ago
hope, some and delightful mosquitoes the next two weeks these folders will be
,'h. tOo new organization making rapid progress We drew attention to the loss In our trouble. The party who struck her U
near them perform In public. between, and everyone seemed to have ; and, considering the short time distributed throughout the state. local columns, but no tiding could be under bond, but denies doing so.

Th.! Invitation enjoyed themselves. The takingsamounted these novices In music have been reed,,- --- obtained of the hereabouts of the umbrtlla '
the marri
to attend to 1200. lag Instruction from Dr. Craven,It seem Excursions Oier the East Coast until yesterday, when Capt. J. II. rlX>UIDA EAST COAST HAfLW 4 Y.
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Mr. T. .V. Moore to Miss Mar y to us M If It would not be long ere the Smith, who has been In Jacksonville It I II officially stated that the Jacksonville
'', "..en, of Jensen, did not reach the. -The Times-rnlon says: Placed end I band will \m protlclent enough to give Line. called at our office yesterday, saying hisniecesthe !!It, Augustine and Indian River

1' v 'ATI office until Saturday the. to end in a continuous line, the streets I an out-door i>rformance. Before tin llth excursion from Ht. Misuses Brlttaln, of Jackson Railway will not be known by that title
Augustine
''1 I"' would extend from the Mansion summer is over, w* believe the ground Aug. yllle-had called his attention to the localIn hereafter. Mr, Flagler has decided to
i"Uowlng the London and all Intermediate
of Palatka stations
Issue
of the pink papelII r will be cleared and a band stand errata the ADVOCATE referring to the los change: / the name of the road to the Florida .
the entire continent ol(r Pierce 1.00 for the round
wlucb we published particulars of th I house acro s on the vacant lot opposite the Star! andI to Sort umbrella, and that h. had found It at East Coast Railway. Owing to the
', 'I I tula. The publishing of the abov, Europe| and t. yond the Ural mountain n'I ADVOCATE: buildings Free, o D-alr trip. Limited to the 17th to return. his place on the wharf where Mr*. fact that It traverse the entire East

nnage in last Friday's ADVOCATE: wai'i I Into Asia The number of inhabitants I concert will be given occasionally; and Aug. 15th. Round-trip tickets from I Smith had left It before returning toI Coast of Florida, the popular name of
i.te of Paris Berlin u It will be for the amusement of the Titusville to Jacksonville limited I Corouado. The captain says be will the road ha been the East Coast Line
a surprise to a large number ol f r exceeds the population ,; general public of Indian River, we bop the 16th . . . its .&(I place It In the care of the ADVOCATE, so and the fact that its corporate name clIU
idenu on Indian River, who thought t t Vienna and Rome put together, and yet t they will subscribe a small sum toward Tltusvllla to Jacksonville and return,. that the owner will receive It safely. fered ao greatly from Its popular title

+ Mt I Moore was a confirmed old bachelor,. London is one of the healthiest cities It I defraying the expenses connected with Aug. Stfth, limited to the 28th .fUt>> Advertising U what steam I* to machlnery has been confusing t9 the traveling

N, thing easier than being deceived. the wend. tke buUdlug of tu band stand MKx>urne and Iiiterm d4at.prints 2.OV, -th. grand propelling power. pub1"efu .


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section of Florida, and his company will keep adding to my vineyard\ every year l Clyde Steamship Co,

devote their time and attention to deve- by planting a few hundred vines. When

I S oplnKh"lmme'e/ and the aurroundlncountiy. i I plant the vines! I use fertilizer of a I

Emigration la what we Deed nitrogenous nature to make the vine get
.
hGA
I most. This company ha the meant U I a good start. Cotton-seed meal II I avery

i advertise! and Induce settler to com, good fertilizer for this purpose, as .

here. What I II required ls a unity 01 f It appears to have more backbone to itt I

action on the part of the company I by holding out longer In its results thane

achieve the desired results.-Klmtlmme any other kind. The second year I use

I, IkI Valley the same with the addition of acid j>hovpliate

A and the third year I discard the

kI A31P. A C'llHAl UXCUKSION TO nitrogen and use potash with the phosphate

ATLANTA. l because then I expect a little

r vh fruit. The follow Ing years I use potash A New York] Charleston] and Florida
ft $4 fur the Jtound Trip. quite liberally, but the treatment depends sedentary occupation, Line,,

1,1 The Georgia Southern and Florida Ky: on the crop I get. If the crop Is plenty of sitting down and not
Mr. Al.
O. HVam
< II, 1. Hamilton, Ohio. hall arranged to run a special personal! heavy I repay the vine by being liberal much exercise, ought to have The magnificent Steamships of this Line
are
II 1 1r conducted excursion from Palatka and with them when fertilizing. I get the Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet a->

; intermediate to Atlanta and best results by using the potash In the absolutely pointed to sail as follows :
; : The Same as BreadHood's points return to go with it. They
II'i at the extremely low rate of $...0I fall about October or November, and and permanently cur Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.
the phosphate' In the spring at the first : :
for the round trip, train to leave I'alatkat a I aTANDARD TIM!!.)

,' I'r 1 Sarsaparilla on the Table 4.".> p. m., on Monday, August tilth,, pI""In// have always enough of greene Constipation. One tiny, sugar. From New Tork, From dxekenntllbl|1
1' at Every Meal under all theO Boated Pellet is corrective a (I'ier 29, E. R.) STEAMER.JRiMjfolS.: l t inV In.
1 stuff to plough to supply a ,
180.!{ four limit th ,
% allowing days on I .
W, at 3.no m Tliuniilay I An ,
,
July 1 .
''I' "In my opinion 1l00d'1 Sanlperllla has tickets returning leave Atlanta at b. *I nitrogen needed, as when our lands get regulator a gentle laxative. 'he Friday+,lni; :: ;jo, at din & m CHr.KOKr.h: .... .. :::: a ', .,
: ; .. .Mt:)II III..: Thur..la7, '
J" .' t: not blood I doctored Ann. 2, at 3 no p m ; ,
an equal a purifier. Friday
r"; o'clock p. m. on Thursday August 22m!. to IMS three and four years old here we They're the smallest, the easiest Tii....,iay, ? 6, at 3.1.11' m.,..... IKiNjroift.M. Sunday, II ". '
0 months' lot stomach .bI. and
I, at 3(HI III AIAUNi'iN.I; Tliunda, ,
The train will be under the I have a good crop of crab grass always to Friday p I 11 :
-/ Neuralla of the Heart person to take and the most I 1 at 3 ( p m CIIF.R''KEK.Suudny' I
r' !;; Tiieitilav
"f' :: ; : : ; : I::: !
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I : supervision of Mr. G. A. Macdonald, plow under; and if the grass looks too Friday, at 3:m) p in: 11KMJIOIH Thuritday, ; "
k t t without toy good and then took Hood'i natural no reaction ma at 3 n p m AiAONQI'IN Sun.lav, l; :
I along In June I remedy Tuesday :: : : :
"! I, 1: Banaparllla. Every spring and fall since general passenger agent, afsnted! b y scanty sow cow pea Friday, W, at 3:on p m ..RKMINOI.ECHEROKtK Thursday, v"p::
i brondcastand them with the cult afterward. Sick Headache, ;8, at 3,oo m : Sunday, SpitRednesoay
; t Messrs. W. H. Lucas and D. O. Hal cover Monday p 1 "
, t i 1 have used It and It ban done me lots of! >, at 3 00 p mdo .. IKH)1'Ol' Tueatiay, I
I : good. I have not tern attended by a traveling passenger agents, and no effort t tlvator, and that gives a heavy crop o[ Bilious Headache, Indigestion, Friday:: :: at 3.00: p: ni : ALOUNeUiN "..Thursdny.; :; I'': I

I" i l, physician was; suffering for the with lant water(our'brash..In. My and wit. will be spared In making the trip com green material to turn under In Svptcm\ Bilious Attacks, and all stomach -
11
"
. : lal j'j'r Feeling All Tired Out. fortable and pleasant. The car will 1ber, thereby supplying a good nitrogenous ; and bowel derangements! Philadelphia Charleston & Jacksonville LineFor
fertilizer. This followed by lialf-a ,
She wa severely afflicted my only be allowed to be filled to their seatIng relieved and

I .. prevailing upon her to take JloodP..r... / capacity. pound of potash to the vine In October are prevented, and until further notice Steamer "YEMAbSsEi. ,
1" parilla and I leod'. Pllla the felt differently Kcfienhments will be served tl and the same of phosphate In March[ cured.A the present 1 u nteci
in a abort time. Now she la quite welL on e to sail from Philadelphia) for Charleston, Wednesdays, and fiom <<< hartatm,,, !
We have peat filth In Hood' Haraapa train under the direct supervision of thE I give a crop both In quantity and qualIty Philadelphia Sundays. Close connection Is made at Chaileston with i
"relieve ,
1 t above company, and any who do not d e- that barring accidents, will amply great many medicines and from Jacksonville "
I and all
l Florida Steamers for business to Florida
: That "i.-
Hood's Cures all the trouble and cost Catarrh in the Head. means i I"
the repay
sire purchase sandwiches etc on I
: :. head into Also Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia
the
it's driven from
"; :t. I find that Is that
", rilla and put It on the table at every meal train are requested to bring a lunch, a g potash a good preventivefor its
1' 1 tbe..meubread." Au O. HTAMB, with no stops will be made for meals en rout. the shelling habit that some varl- the throat and lung But, by
I, T. V. HOWELL. BOMB residence, 428( mild soothing cleansing and healing
ctles of have. The Green Mountain ,
North Third Street JlamlUon. Ohio. There will be plenty of Ice water. grapes Dr. Catarrh Hem St. Johns River Line.

Tills will be the only opportunity for a 1 in particular, Is said to shell very; properties, Sage's

Hood's Pills eaajln eaeytobn'euylotata effect. 86a. long time to come to visit the Gate C'lat y, bad In Western New York, but I think ,' edy perfectly and permanently cures

4 such a low rate of fare, and we hoi'e 1 If the vine growers there would axe pot. For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points o

will the fact that we arE, ash freely they would find it a sure
you appreciate will be used for tennis courts and other
Ii
: Free and as this stands at the the St. Johns River.
trying to meet the means! of all by mak.Ing remedy, grape very; out-door games. The beach In front of
,I as regards quality, and is also a
top very;
such rate.
a the hotel and is leveled
pavilion being .
l i t't'r.i Accepted MasonIMila $, G. A. MACDONAI.I, early grape There are three cardinaltartan and grasses will glow where now He S1onn:1.or; ::: E'V'org1ndo,

i" t '. General lIs. Agent. In successful grape growing. the soft sand. When all this is done,
H t -
t\ First: Use plenty of sulphate of potash CAPT. ,v. A. SHAW,
which will be In December, Palm Rene
: Indian TltUllvlllE I GRAND ARMY OP T1IK III:. in proportion to the strength of your will be one of the prettiest spots In the Is apiHilnted to tall\ from Jacksonville Tne.ila}'. and Satnrdajt at A-00: p. m" retumln, u

"' J'' River Fla.r soil to use it to good advantage. Second: Sanford Monduya and Thursdays at 5.00: a. mSCHEDULE.
; > s t1 3 1 Lodge, v- No. 00) J I I'UIIMC. Attend to your spraying for black rot country.-Citizen.

" j : and otlter things Third: Cultivatewell so'THltnl'ND. NoKTllag\) :
,j ,\ Its meeting the ,""cOI"lln.f..l1rth Kr. The Southern Railway, In connection and have $1OO Reward, $1OO. Read inters- I I,0( \ "I
day ut earl ninntli, at the Court house,TIN always something greenIn Leave Jacksonville. Arnie
I, ', vide JMaxuCL ats:,INI p,. in. 8. II. RAY. with selected the F. the C. A Grand P. Hallway,of has the bee It the fall to plow under. If oho does readers of this will be "" f 3 3.10:4.1 00 p.a.p. ni m.in.: :::: :::: :: :: :::: ::::::::........1'alatka.Antorfit. ..::::::::::::: :::::: : : : ': I.Leere :://1

J I l' Beo. W. f. by Army eall these things systematically I know The paper 4.:JI.. m .. .. .. .. .. .... .... .. .. .. Francis.... ......... ... ... 1.311" I
, 'rk public, as the official route to Louisville, pleased to learn that there Is at least one San a. ni.. .. .. . .. .. ... .. Reredurd... .. .... .... "I"
. he will always have good crop of grapes dreaded disease that science has been 600: a. m. .. .... .. ......Rine Strings.. .:..,...... . :II '
: 80CIKT1KH!: ETC.e' Ky., for the Annual National Encampment ] in their seasons. able to In I\11t8 stages and that I III Arrive San a. in. .. .... ... :. .::... .... Sanford....; ;... .... .... .> .. : 1nGen'l
I 1 1i I. In September. The route will be cure the 9 25 a. m..... .. .. .. .... ....Enterprise. I
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is only
, 1'' KNIGHTS OF I'YTHIAS. C. IT. MQuAitiuE.
i ;
I yy via Everett, Atlanta, Chattanooga and positive cure known to the medical fra-
1: Remlimle l/ dire\ No. 31\\l. hold its meeting athe t. ternity. Catarrh being a constitutional Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
.
,' i ip.f Court hours, the flnt four Thursday even Lexington.For
PALM 1J12ACII IMPROVEMINTS. constltulonal M. H. Ctvni A.T. M.: F. M.lKoSMONOf.K, JH., Ha Pees Act
i j Ing of eaoh month, at t o'clock |>. III. this occasion the low rate of one disease, requires a treatment -
'. f :J'\ 8. U. (IKUIKK W. II. IlAKHIft, Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken In- 3ltnwlingteenNewYork. 88 %'estJill) 8t.Jackmmilk-.
"+ II C. C. K. of II. A H cent per mile hall been made which will ternally, acting directly upon the blood Taxes n. Roars T. :M, |J>o. L. HOWARD, Fla. Fr't Act.
.j, 1 make the rate about f Ifl fur the roundtrip and mucous surfaces of the system, B Howling Oreen New York. Foot login St.Jarkunni ro

J i iI! INDIAN IUVER (1UARD9. from Jacksonville. ThU rate I I. To those who were at Palm Beach thereby destroying the foundation of the A. J COL.IOt'nt'ralJ..nj.r| Agent J. A. I.EBLIE. Fii| erlntrnilrm'

I Drill at the Armory, over county jail every to the public. last year, the place will scarcely be disease and giving the patient strength 1 Howling{ Oreen New York. Foot Hocnn ft. ,'a..JO\UIt.r
{ Tu H next changes
: season so
t i A.T.FKAMTeaUa'taln.j1 ) Ticket will be sold September Nth to many assisting nature in doing Its woik. The P. CLYDE & ('O., General AgentaJ)
: ( llth, and will be limited for return trip having been made. Beauty reigns supreme proprietors have so much faith In Its la Bo. Delaware Av., rhllndelphl. 8 howling Green New Turk.

J CIU'UClltS.-- until October &th. and it seems almost Impossible curative power that they offer One

j1, The route selected has two through for money to have done so much. The Hundred Dollars for any case that 1 It
fails to cure. Send for list of test!-
E.MSCOPAL CHt'KCH.fervlce train daily leaving Jacksonville at 7fl: grounds resemble a perfect };den. monlals.

: 1"1 the ht and 3rd Sundays In each I. m. and 0:20: p. m. Where the ravages of the great frost Address F. J. CHENEY CO.,
t y ..month at 11 a. m. and 7::M p. n,. HIIII.lay.ch'H.1 left so many dead leaves! on the cocoanut Toledo, O. Southern.Railway-'
: -
G. A. H. Posts desiring special cars. .
every guiulav at II JO p. m. o a t --
I p. in. on 11'mineadeya., Litany service I : every can arrange for same by addressing trees there now stand trees filled with "old by all Druggists, 75c.: 15.b:
Friday at 10 a. ui.
Ili REV II. F. HHOWII, hector.II W. D. ALLEY, new foliage, and few evidences of the _

Fla. Pass. Agent freeze can be seen. Merman, who won In the 2:13: trotting 0J
II class at Baltimore, 1 III predicted by a good
around Mr. r---- .
t METHODIST: \ rill'RCH. Southern Hallway, The grounds Flagler's horse."
authority as "a comming
i: Rervlre at Tltimvllle every ant aecond and Jacksonville Fl.t. hotels have been made more beautiful
third riHlihath at II a. in. and, 7 p, in., ; HundiiM'hool The supreme court of Connecticut has
than The low
vast of
at III oYlix'k. a.m.every Hiiuday; Epwort ever. acreage decided that selling pools on horse race
t, L] 1 l.*o't irue U.>k.ever 3 p., D Thursday,. every Hiimlay:nlicht.:: ; Tu I ITajer public:mooting:, are marsh land that Was such a prominent by telegraph as has been done exten- ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

I cordially Invited to attend our aervire Tin: RAISING OF GIIAIMS IN feature last year is no more, but Instead 1I1v'llln the state, I I. illegal.

i < 8. W. LAW LEU, faiitor.HA1TIST FLORIDA. a level tract of land, beautifully laid out
I THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS.
In pretty grasses and orange trees will Did you ever think that you cannot
l CHfRCII.1'rearhliiK greet the eye of the tourist, while smooth have good health without pure blood 1 COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS.
i I' every MNHIIIC! and fourth Riinda\ >'amorning DE Fr.MAK SritisGft, FLA., the
Health comes by use of Hood's Sarsaparilla TRAIN
and evening. Prayer Meeting every knphalt walks take the place of the THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED
I Tuwulay evening 7::.>o'clock. Sunday &hap} July 29th, Um.KJilor { hard sand. because It makes the blood
o very Hnnilav at e:17: a. m. Also) prvaihln:: Advocate: pure.;
Brut Sunday at Lallranire' ; Second Sunday. (la ki "What a transformation scene" is a QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
: 1)111. All are c..r"lallylllvll.,1 to a".o.l.lit
;1 It Is not so many year ago but that
remark uttered all who have witnessed
i t' II. A. (1 LIU: EH. 1antor.CATHOLIC by Hood' Pills have won high praise for
we can well remember It, the most people the
change. heir prompt and efficient yet easy acion. -
,M" CHURCH.Bervlcei In the fruit-growing business Florida The rapidity with which Mr. Mc- ; N'orth waad :IDt. North wad Wept.a0. .

considered it quite beyond the rangeof ... ... ... I' .. I.
at 10 a, in. every Hnnday In hall over Donald has erected the new hotel Is a0 ... roes
IodianWvsrStatelteuk. Children'. catechlnu possibility to grow grape successfully remarkable. Little more than two -Walton'I Kapid Calking Machine ALL TRAINS DAILY. "BWrt Y"u.a Um- "C.art-.fM* ALL TRAINS DAILY. :.! !::. .: :
,I I t' at 3 p. m. $;;.00, .10.00. and 15.00 each. In us, :
Ii REV. J. K. O'HovL, Hector. but time and perseverance have demonstrated months ago the spot where this building by of the principal boat-builders Lw. JackwnrUl, r.C.AF_. TlOamMara 0 ::10 pm Lv. JarkaonTlUe, 1'.(\0. P.. I WpmIMpo 1 m ukventt
many 10S
the fact that we can : : _. 0 I Wpm Everett, 1o. II1I. : .
grow now stands was a smooth tract of vacant In the North. See pamphlet and testlmonlal t-tT.nnah _. 11 60 sot 10 41 pm Af. Maoon. : I 46am .10-

Y. M. C. A. grapes to perfection In some part of ground. There now stands a five-story Columbia Charlotte,, fkmtkera.- :.. t 06pm110pm: 4 00amT "" Atlanta, : TJOpm swam: : maAt. a
,
the: state What 1 II called the Mat woods that Is half WnnhlDfion 00amt Chattanoora A C. ...... TMio app
.
regular Sunday afternoon '' meet Inn building over completed.No : su m 30pm CIocInnatl, Q.
1 orT IheY. M.C. A. will t lie held: every Sundayaftenuam : of Florida are not adapted to the grape sooner are tbe layer of weatherMiarding Paltlmor.. #.nB.m.* :.: 05am 11 Kpm: Binalo ham. so;\ .... 11 010'0)) .- _
,. PbllKldpDla, 10 U !
at 4imp. n at the rre.literlaichurch am 5 00 amf 7 r.0 am
Florida Grown I. C.lrolla.I.lo.
St. Loul 1AL
but In the middle western and Trees. New York _. -
it autll further notice. industry, nailed on than the painters! 11 63 pm :JO am
C 1. I )
A B. pm
Kampala. :: :
J eastern, and In some part of the extreme follow" Ith their brushes, and as soon A.b..m.. 1o.1ob.._. ,............. 10 10 aID .1. KaniuCtty, : : pm ,

{ : south of the state very flourishing a* the lather have finished the
plasterers -
FIRST-CLASS BUDDED t' .
Three Sew Towns .. For full Information Railway
vineyard can be met with ; but all will begin their work. apply to any Agent of this great

are located where the soil I Is sandy and Mr. McDonald's force are so managed Orange Grapefruit Seedless System, or its connections.W. .
.; The land commUniouer of the East ,
of a warm nature. The more a person M not to have Idle the building A. TURK HAROWICK
an man on C. A. BENSCOTER, S. M.
Coast railway hall just cloned sale of a thinks this matter out for himself and and nil a result the work baa progressed Grapefruit and Lemon Trees O.n.ral. P.... A..at. AnaL O.... Pa... "....t. A..'. OWI *.... IIr'"''
large tract of land in the lllscayne country ATIaNTAuwe
experiments accordingly, the more sur- so rapidly that it ha been -FOR SALE.- WACMINOTON. .. O. HNOIVIklC. TINN.
f I. to a party In St. Louis, Mo., number-
i 'lined. will lie be at result gained. :I
. I- Tl.U number "m be deemed necessary to lay oft several All A Xo. 1 Florida grown. Our stock .. D. ALLEN
Ing largely ,
twenty.
]
consider "Florida with its ,,'arl1alluvlal mechanic not Injured by freeze. Buy Florida

,, Increased aoon. Mr. Ingraham goes on soil, especially western }Florida the very; Vast made 'grown trees; better trees and at Ion Florida Passenger Agent
Monday to lay out three towns for aet- home of the grape. We can put them improvement are being: money than can be had outside of the 212 West Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, PLA.
rapidly around the structure. The
new tate. Call on or address
tiers about and Lauderdale
to come. Linton -
on the market earlier than California In front I II and July OHtfi. 1RD&
ground leveled
[ being a _
are the name of two tow n... l.au.I1erdale GEO. H. WKIGIIT _
nod call leave them on the vine longer oJ
,
ia laid out.
will be located on New River, on I I pretty grass plot being This Orlando Fla.
bring nearer eastern and northern markets
the went bank of beautiful buy opposite -
-
and the quality I III in the same proMotion --
the Inlet and upon the tract known an to the California prod uA a* the
the IX U. Fletcher sisal l : hemp farm
BIG PROFITS WE
j orange. Hut to get the best result for DELIVER
to Llnton'wlll be the river ..
1 f on IIUlaborouKh smalll Investments !.
fruit, both lu quality and quantity we .
r (south), and la named for Congressman
have to use potash very liberally, and
Listen, of Iowa, now engaged in prticur- i next to the peach the !grape I III the unit Returning pnwptrit sill make many rich but nowhere can they wake to much within a "
Ing settler for the land of the railwayand short time .. by successful Speculation ,. drain, ITovltlont and Stack A Piano Organ
that show result In a very decided or

canal cOIIIIanlell.St.ugulltlnil uanner. Art FOR EACH Dollar Invested can be made by our
of Times Unloo. $10
'correspondent When I began setting out my vineyard Systematic Plan of Speculation AT lOUn NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit -11', : ;

some of my neighbors told me that my to approval after a trial In your own house. Xo required} until y '
originated bua. All *u<,,*.*'ul aiwfulatora O ..rat. on a regular .trm. money J'
State-
DNotoit, Out of It. soil would give plenty of grapes without | horouithly aatUfled. Our prices low tbe United
.. are u M house In
ll I. a well-known fact thai there tbouaaud"( men In all part* o( the t'nlted states .bo. any
I any fertilizer whatever but I have by *t.tewatktrwliugthnntgb'bless'brokensakelargsanions ratagingfrowa I our term are ao reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an In trunlt'lI' --
: d'U-/I':
few luouuud dollar fur the man who invests a hundred or tao ;
Mr. C. C. Smith, recently elected vita found It to be quite the other way; and, *.li......Kior mute by thoaewho, Inreala few thouaand. to SO.ooo to The Celebrated CONOVER. I
+ ,', president of the Disaton Land company alter trying various brand of fertilizersand It I* also: fact thai those alto make the' rbrcJlruf row eoiu|ratively null I Inveatmenu The Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.
on this plan : iwraoua who live away from through broken who thoroughly The Beautiful
t' was In the. city Monday. Mr. Smith la compost of nearly all kind, I have uodenend.sp"utie '",dloll'. SCHUBERT.I I
Alas uVie not risk the whole amount invested on any trade, but covert both sides, to thai And KINCSBURY.Vocallon. .
,1 at the bead of a company of capitalist come back to sulphate of potash and .IwWrl: the market rises or (all. it bring atteady prude that piles. np enuriuoualy in a short COTTAGE
who have purchaaed Mr. Ulaaton'a entire acid phosphate. When the vine getold 'hu.Vrlt. Aeollon, Farrand & Votey CHICAGO
'
_
fur ( Frosts also our Manual on successful tpeeulation and our tally I ORGANS.
Interests In Florida, and Mr. Smith ha enough to bear I have them planted Market RPh"'rt. full of uumey-Biakinir. pointer ALL fKKE. Our Manual explain aurcla

i aaaumed control of the same lIe I II ten feet between the rows and eight trailing For farther Hlghew laformatioo leferwm sddaseTHOMAS in regard t,, our standing and .0__ Braa and small Instruments, Music and Books. Write us; we will satemousy ) "

,
mow engaged la thoroughly organizing feet in the row, running north and

I the company and its employe II* I.t Upvtr south; and, to show that I have faith In & CO., Bankers AND Brokers, rJTlie A. D. Ouiupl>oll Co., .

t lmthullaatio the prospect of this grapes In this section of the country, I j 241.242 Itlalto Building! CHICAGO ILL. .JACKSONVILLE, .. FLORIP.INDIAN .\'

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 9. 1895. 3

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profePeional Cnrd POe KNEW ARQON.Th 4.MtNT 0' THE LAST LEPRECHAUN Viiciitlon; 'limeI '

) PLANT SYSTEM.
---ROlin", WALTZ. t!.efAnAM. !>_ Wrote of ,a.. Third CMetltneaif tit the red horn of the (Hw*, at haul! IIn.ll" gladly: wrlcnmed, i \>\- I
1411.' the Atraocphvr*. ,,' II,. Is f.Fir .
roe the f.lllnn .
.
.t GRAHAM, _n.I'III"'I."I| I tim'wli.-M-) suit .-in lit
OBBINS the wind among for arche.My
Will Lord RaylpiRb and Profe
wrRamsay
,rlt'rt > have: cutiMNl) them' to greatly rundown
ATTORN'ErS-AT-LAVT, have to share the honor of tlitlr MMi'm to meet tin- ....Iuh..m'.nh.| i -- -- ---
the third For the sorrow uf the sea,
"spotting" coustitneut of the lhy"Il'IIII1",1 nit'utal, fonwl ujnm llieni.
rtct: HoVBFrom. 10 to 1J *. m.,, atmosphere with Edgar Allan Poe It For the ,uD'a nnquti the k.ghee.n...l,nxed*. With those and ethers. It U lm|"\itanl Eerfect: : :Ea.ssengox SeJV1cs.Dou."ble. .
For the il.vplntf
and 2 to 4 ". m.TIT""ILLE. certainly look like it, if we consider My "I'rI! whether' at home, at the npnatiorv or.I In

BreT rd Co., Florid" the evidence adduced by a corrpspnndpntof the eOllntl)'. thAt same thought) In-ah en wily Ira.1ns.:: :
.
For dlMh..noreht..lbfirft, Ira, to diet mid n* further H.".l.tHnro t..
gnxIObu French who has been
journal
a dip
In all tb.courttate and led For the rune th.1 no man id*. Nature, a good l uliiiintr-nt; | mciliiliie
U precfc ping into the "Tales of Mystery and Where the gray >u>iw* low the _
\ had Ix-nt 1 Iw
like HiNxl 1'011' r .i|>->illli '
[':..<.|.1 l fflHtle. lor examining and perfactI.nd Imagination." The passage' upon which M"M..I'LIkllOl" I resorted to. K the digmtloo' Is |11t".r. Unexcelled Pullman Equipment ****+"

title* )f one)' to Lnen.EORGE this gentleman rests f\J@'i claims is that fuel to be )liver deranged) mid ri 'iuent' h'ahl'lll'lI

contained in "The Unparalleled Adventure FUlvd with, music night and noon. seem' to I., the rule, lloinl's ,,11ChllO:1'\ !
of One Han Pfaali It is worthwhile For thi'tram Imt renlry.My all this and enable entry one to return to -- ----- -

", W. MORTON quoting it iu fall: grim I their home and business In a refreshed

nome-\ lJ "I then took opportunities of conveying fat the empty fairy sh"mn. tate of mind and bodily hfitlth. Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston.
NOTARY PUBLIC, Hollow rath and yellow It-.?.
by night to a retired situation east 2 2
Band nnklnw to mm *r moon 11& "I "
I ;rlarwood" .' Canaveral '. Florid. of Rotterdam five iron bound casks to My grief, my grtefIVora "Fight deaths,otdm>oms-it Is a matte to Montgomery.
; executed. contain about 60 gallons each and one Hopper of life or ," I. the sidling slogan
carefully II
Conveyancing of a larger size; six tin tnbes 8 iuohes of a veteran knight of sulky. to Tifton.

,ode l mortgages Satisfaction etc.., in diameter property shaped and 10 DAY OF THE DEAD IN PARIS.

blanks on hand. feet in length ; a quantity of a particular Cartel Scene During ,.. Pilgrimage lo Have you wen it ? JSeei' what f Why These trains through Pullman Sleepers

metallic substance or semimetal, the Graveyard the Walton Rapid Calking Machine 1 If carry

11101 which I shall not and A dozen own a sail or low boot, doll fall: to
\ou
name
,,
.I.It2 S. JONES Paris It is said, thinks once a year) New York
Philadelphia
flXOK demijohn of a very common acid. The hAve one on hand It fc a Ilrt'nt1hor\ to Washington ,
" \ those whom she has 101 '" latter saver
be formed from there materials
to
,, I ATTORNEVATLAW.llTt'iVlLLE gas is generated by she thinks 'very much oftener of them Mates, Great llittatn, tannda, etc. A Baltimore, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati ,
a never yet
II gas for their touching devotion\ to the mem few of the state rights will lx sold nt a

I BREVARD CO., FLA any other person than myself-or at ory of the dead i* one ot the fluent side reoson.tlilo; tlgure. Apply! to J. O. Walton St. Louis Mobile New Orleans Atlanta and

least applied to any similar purpu e. I of the French character Tilnsvlllo, .'1". ,
"" County Judge of Brevard County. can only venture to say here that it is a .
'4 TIle day after All Saints' is the "day
. constituent of azote (nitrogen), so long Chattanooga.
of the dt'lm"-the des morts.
jour
Ii" considered irreducible aiid that its The Globe Gas Engine Co. Philadelphia
L OAI'LDEIt. J. T. 8ASDER. Then Parisians visit the great cemeteries ,
Notary.AILDEN. density i. about 37.4 times less than ofydrogen.
Pere Lnchaise, Moiitiuurtre
...... *; SANDERS It is tasteless, but not odorless Moutptuiiacse, Puvvy Vangirard/ and

LJ ; bums when pure, with a greenish Saint.Oueu. It is a curious sight to wethe
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, flame and is instantaneously fatal to
crowds sweeping like it torrent along
niiiiinctloelnall the Court :f the State animal life. Its fall 8omt I would E7T1
;tI [\::I' rl\:la, and the United State C'ourte, make no difficulty in disclosing, but the txmle\ard of 13olle>'ne and Meuilniont.int -
I r n 11'n,1aa. TlTl'S\'ILLE, rLA. between the two row of booths
hut it of right belongs to a citizen of
: !
, Money to Loan. 18' piled up with emblems of grief and
I II Nantes, in France, by whom it was conditionally

I ,: communicated to myself. piety
About half the number are simple
rt'1E[ REYNOLDS, It must be coifenced that the myvterijus sightseers-badaubo, who are attrwtcd

I. gas evolved by the force of Poe's by any (crowd and who can b bo rl'lCli1yr011b.l.1
ATTORNEYATLAW.Ilntchinou imagination has not a little In common
by their iiidiffc'rent and gaping
with the argon, whoso acquaintance were / air and empty hands. _.1
Avenue, now privileged to make some 60 .w
The others in mourning habits carry
years later The "particular metallic in their hands wreaths of exrliiMting
Florida instance or semimetal used by lions
0 of boxwood and bouquets
) 'fits''Ill flowers sprigs; yew r
fellow\ in cle\ite from
'faull, has its ,
-
medallions\ under with
a
glues,
\\hichwehnve teen led to understand Bin !liorwowt, marine w.-Iltllt 11\0.110.\ 'I'IWI| '
TITUS weeping willow and some artless inscription '''I"ln..1x!! : C iorbes
I-rWEI.I. hiw boon) l'xtral't'd when treated
argon a ma mere, a notre pore, etc Mmnfertnrprnf the mart 1'rrfix, Ui-lluliU
ATTORNEYATLAV.I'ractln with an acid, after the manner of the The cemeteries themselves present an and I Kfnimitili? Motor for I.snnrhta and \'a<.hti.
veracious Dutch balloonist If the new In the market Easy to start, run until nbggswith | .
In State an.1eIal court Land "a nn nstoiued spectacle. The entrancesre very lift?" attention, slot liullilera ollauiu The INN Port all the
is regarded constituent Tampa
not precisely as
year.
open
nlwcIAlty.l Attorney for Hoard ofit gas guarded by mounted guardes; de Paris 'litii cUlnlh.te| and *tatliHiiir) tnotori1lrf ,
titles i has least
of nitrogen; it at : W. .ItKOMF: ,
In full uniform stationed
policimen are
"iinti Cmnmlxioner.. ,and County ftolltUor.\ ; to''i
Hole for llronnl and orange
to bean Ancnt
a been declared by some :
the I, ---
in
to regulate the circulation Ht I in le. r ii.
TITfSVILIE, I'U.I of it No doubt allotrop'l .
IMxM modification ) .
[r o interior, and around theeelueteryhawk- (ataloKiie and |>rli e. nn a"I''atl..n.The | '

ical and chemical qualities ( ers of all sorts spread out their wares in -

11.I: Freeman Hall, Mlas II. Wright.ttorneyatLaw Allan Poe's gus; are not exactly those of' tempting army-iuimoitelles for the Largest and Most Complete The Plant Steamship Line.

\ DcLanil, FlaHALLS argon. But what of that? Instead for dead, cakes and petit bleu <,Ueap win
r
of 37 times lighter than Establishment South.
example, icing
] WHHiIlT.IXSUIUXCE -for the living/ .

I?..i AGENTS, hydrogen much; lieavier argon It we innnt understand be remembered, is very for The the exterior crowd of boulevards mouriu,are and too the small inns GEO S, HACKER & SONManufacturers l\ I4)MI!' nX'II'iou006' :4t( ('111IINlII1). Se..iCc

" however that Hans Pfaali had to make
, .c.r TitusvilleFlorida. a journey to the moon. Had his gas; been and wineshops too small for the cus ill IllO }-on ( hp.'" 1Vfttei'N...
"
representing the "Old Hattford" heavier, how could he have dropped a tom.Side
side with the sellers of
LIverpool| l & London &: Globe and all the couple of ballast bags on the head ofMyuhet'r by whcoffers souvenirs r Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa
lIIe ('t'flUyou find the camelo 2
leading companies. Aro prepared to Van Underdo, and
bnperbns West and Havana.
his collex tion\ of 800 jokes for 1 Key ---
write lines to $JOOuO in part of
up any above the clouds almost
have disappeared
Brevard cent the air lotteries with their
F.F county. before the worthy burgomaster had grating; and open rattling wheels) and an t Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.

.. recovered himself? The romancer, even a.'w -- .
HI"' AYoiE: Bit, DAUB COINTI.I asthmatic- hurdy gnrdy playing the ('ter-
W. E\VAX when he is a man of science, must sure mini "Boulanger March. This is the 11. W. UltKNN: Passenger Tiftfllo Manager,
"r J ly be allowed\ a little latitude with hi*
|. U. S. COMMISSIONER Westminster Gazette.A tint act of the trugi-comedy Savannah, On.
chemistry
Koch proceeds to the tomb that inter -
Notary Public State at Largo.
,
.1. SPANISH ANECDOTE.A Pete him or her The old wreaths are removed ----= .. .
1 imla Selected; Conveyances made and the glass cohered medallion I"- =- -=" "

i ,"irtfomlence solicited. Address: Moor WhoM Son WM Killed AulnU of the most approved design i is hung up{

Bay, View Hotel Cocoanut Grove, the Murderer to I:*.,..... in their st'ad.-5t. Louis Globe-Demo of &
Office, Ewan's Landing The florida (Central peninsular RailroadShort
A Spanish cavalier in a sudden quarrel coal

slew a Moorish gentleman and Within tb. Law. Doors Sash lllimls
W. ALLEN, fled. His pursuers soon lost sight of him ,
GEORGE for he hud unperceived thrown himself S Line between Florida ami nil Northern 1'olnlN.

a garden wall The owner a Moor Moulding and Building Material.
over
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Everett Savannah, Augusta Ga., Columbia, Washington, Bal-
happening to be in his garden was addressed -

I. Ke\ West.FloridaWill the Spaniard, on his knees Oflico and AVariiooms, King, Oppoult
West by timore, Philadelphia New York, Boston and the East.
who acquainted) him with his case and Cannon /'it' r't"t.Charlcston ,

practice In the United State I implored concealment "Eat this," said ,4 fdl' V Everett, Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga Ximhvlllo IxuUvlllo, Cincinnati

and Mate: Courts. OjunOCFU the Moor, "you know that you may confide S. C. and Chicago.

in my protection. He then locked Kvnrttt Birmingham, Holly Spilngn Memphis, Mttlollock, Kansas; City St.'

B. L. WILLS, him up in his garden apartment, telling Louis Chicago :Sioux City.

him that as soon as it wa night he Sash Weights Cord am River Junction I't-nHnrnla, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas Mexico California)

would provide for hill escape to a placeof ami the 1'atlllo Coast. Illfoctlve: July H, I )!' .
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
safety.
, New lurk Inillml Mini New turk F..tMall
riTl'SVILLE. FLORIDA The Moor then went to his house, Hardware, I- i... .ao .tyro. loaves .kwinvlIlK, l'M'; a. Ii,. and caw
where he had just seated himself, whena +,y w.. I', ni.,dally, with Tlmingl' Pullman sttwwn for
.. w w Everett: Havannitli, iiliiu.hla. HanhlnitUm, llaltlinore -
n. 1'1(:Ilutchinson: Avenue, nea;r great crowd with loud lamentations ,1'Idlwdrlphlarw. \ork. HO.IDII sad allKjuiierii
'h l Indian River hotel.ASPINWALL. to his gate bringing the corpse of Uncle Mose-Good mornin, deacon. Window and Fancy Glas: : |M>lnu, Arrive Jiu.kw.nrllllesma.m; .
came
. Wha' for gwine and tied dom box .. t- x 00 and a.401 p. m
bii, who had jut been killed by the youse t. .
sou, feet SPnciAI/TY. e,.+ t1 < ""J..rtl"'nt ( am between st.Ango.tlnesnd
in de ole mule' hind A
Spaniard. When the first shock of surprise gloves on e.N- New h.twa Irtnlnic cars tu cad from Wanning*
JOHN from Joo'On-DiI ere mule I. a hard hitter t..n.
was a little over he learned,
and it'. agin de law to use bait
fatal deedwas r
the
...: the description given that nuckel, so I'ce put de glove on him.. a. .w-: .rr Only lino Through: tit. tleautlful Hill {
HE: VL ESTATE & INSURANCE. done by the very person then in his u. / "ii.try of MlilillaIx S ltrida i'en.arola. and
,S Texas Siftimza. e Ci MiiihlM l J 'k :.nvllle ,Ai .
this to one, but I *ave i a. m.T
no
'. power. He mentioned .... 4c- h'1 i to lor l-Mke. <'Ity, he imk. Maillwin, Monllcello,
. retired to his How to K..p Lemon Fr. In ..
dark ..
aa soon as it was lluh fe'Klver.liinrtliiii, femuuiila, Mobile,
... EM, OALLIE FLORIDA. if to grieve alone giving order It i* not generally known that lemons w Newllrlwin*,and the *"utliwet, Me.l<*o, ('allfortila -
as
garden, 0 ',_. .. ..
,
t .. w sad the 1'.111. I Carrie Hl e|> r*
. him. Then be easily and Almost indefinite ..
*that none should follow may O. at r ArrlveJw'k.tmraleTNa: inI .
F.W.. CRAVEN, accosting the Spaniard. he said: Chris preserved under glass. Some one year,, 4er, \ c ': p,' -
.
have killed is purchased on the Fourth of July, I rare.Ja'knrIllsa:Jin a. m. for Htarke,Haw.Iliorne .
were
my Poor i1' .
the
tian person you II' %:" e w i 'ringtk'akt. Inuiumville. (.......
DENTIST son; his body is now in my bonne. You and by way of experiment each ou "" /0' a, "" Hey, NlldwwNi. 1..hurlC. Tavare*. AMipka,
but have eaten with, was put under an inverted goblet Thou : ,' ,M iirlumlo, |JI.MNHI.W.. IxtilH I'Ity, 1'lant City,
Tm' ought to suffer you ,
HVILI.E, FI.oRWA."ffice 2: 3-p. e.' e Tampa. Arrive J.u,.kioiivjllea. .43p.' m.IIH .
qi
me, and I have given you my faith kept from the air they were finally re- ,

and room In Ray building upstairs .. which must not be broken." He then, moved on Christmas day, in perfect Healthmeans e r :. 4. <- 'Innatl and Florida hnlteil: leave Jack.WHivllle .
'
led the astonished Spaniard to his (tables condition and a* juicy err ever. M i i J 0 0 f *:Jilii' in. Hollil l'etlbuleTrain. Tim
Washington avenue. r r t. a little over M liiHira tn (Inrinnatl, via Mama,
and mounted him o on one of hit Itlauta. liattanooKa. C'onnect for ",a>.b..lII.
borne, and said: Alien*-that is, unnatnralized for /i q, ,, Ijinlavlile, (hliagit' and all point north an.1rteaOAy.mak
fleetest
.. John B so much more than T.r went. Arrive Jatkaonville' 10:Jo a. in.
Stetson University "Fly far while the night can covet signers residing in this country-an j -

yon; you will be late in the morning. found only iu the north and are mostly you imagine-serious and innawlaa 11M t Iltlly 81.rlnK. Mane. lit. undo. KaDIU CU,.

DeLand Florida. You are indeed guilty of my son' blood I Canadians who come to this country tot fatal diseases result from _,?. ....." \, r t+. w ('hl cagu, leer* .laiknoiiville. *::M p. m. r...

tint God i* lust: and good and I thank a working season and return to their .. _. Mwui, Atlanta Hlrmlnxnam: Holly Cprlog
Ir trifling ailments neglected.Don't >leiuihl. Hi.rlUKnelil, Kaiinu toy. Ht, l A ul,, (tit apn, Sioux City. Through without
lath, 8exe. College, Normal School him I am innocent of yours, and that home in Canada to remain during thereat change to KanuM lily: and Ht, U>uU, and only one ibaujje tu Chicago and Hloux City; Arrive
Acaiteiuy of
Art School and Conservatory 'I" Hi pointof of the play with Nature's'greatest .
Xiuu A. Institution of ttrit. rank acuity of my faith given U preserved year. J..k.'n..lII. 10 .10 a.ot
.
twntv teacher*. Beven building*, i i. said most religiously ,., P. M. -lt\\! rTallabwwe.andinternwdlal.inlnt.I \ :: Arrive Jak.onrllbeepr: m.
tee a elegant honor i*, it gift-health. ::_Vt P. M.for :: I | deepen I : .oun.t'or .
wo old by water.team.bath:llKhtwl. by electricity' Hot observed by the Arab and Saracen, Man i. the merriest, the mot joyous llfinl...r.onvlll,, H| rUnl>urg and o4.h..llle.car.Jaksonville: dally at tau 1'. m., with7br.mgh
Thoroughly equippedTroauiuro
.
{"lib Department ut t'hyuia) Culture from whom it WM adopted by the Moonof of all the specie of creation. Above and oat Ifye..refalln oetym.. we.t for Maoon 111..1..,..Atlanta.. ,two Train lially. I ears Jmi kwmvlli. Tao: a. D'and S JO p. u. Pullman
,*,volume Millury.l>rlu for young men Library 01 Africa and by them WM brought into below him all are seriou*.-Addixoo. sad In.all, n' paaMinirer* t" Atlanta, using the Holly riprlng ilMr. *can remain In their berth until Sec: a. m.IliUiiian .
Reading room wltb all leading. B knrt.d. ..,..... Hleeier on all tight Train*.
Lbrhdinl.II and dally and weekly paper Spain. roWO.S pat .. .ppetit.
equipped chemical and pnylcalwbWMorie The Catawissa river in Pennsylvania, mid c.... .ark? {tT send for Best liuleixl Township Map of lorlila. to
*. Beparate building for Music and DaIal- named from an Indian word that b.glul act oak.eo.t .
A", &'hads, with artiste of established reputaj WM ing ". r.lis- N. N. 1'KNNINGTON, A. O. MAtDOKELL,
.
"' I. chance. Second term December into in the Hartford tat. .
opena A poet burst aong mean "getting "Ie sttngikni.mudida
;'B.:tkl: to Send for eatatogus' giving lull iator Time: -skillful M Krer I on' Br.wa't Irtm.ekkk. blttat. :-, Traffic Manager General Taaaenger Ag't.

1 JOHN r.rORBE8, Freildent.CUly Tell me, when do the 4aI...*growl Edward-In't Dick going off in his -
- ---
There are several bed Ii.
With pleasure. :fB
writing? :
", ute. of them in Poqnetannck, we believe i Forrest-I haven't noticed it. fitters ra y
A said to be real thick. w.1 q.ia )+'t.r
formal be
politeneM chill the affecnoru where they may Edward-It Kevin to me he ha lout L.rA, ..d dl'spleanol
and repel that who would natn- Also on Portipaug hill, in Franklin, that exquisite delicacy of touch he usedto to tA.... ,

hay be drawn together. 80 alum doe a- and Candlewnud hill hi North Stoning- I have

wned manner which it iiulncere. The ton and at Hog pond in Old Lyme. In I Forrest (ruefully-By JOT*I You It Cures

aoortea-y "'-bkh rmolu to highly and thfl fact there are 4,750 square mile of the wouldn't think *o if yon had seen him

lack uf which ii often deplored U the Nutmeg State where the daiiie grow. work me fur ten this morning,-New OJ.pep.. Kidney and Liver THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

natural and graceful expression of a I A conundrum of far greater interest to Rochelle Life. Neuralgia Troubles. ,

"wly feeling But it U tender and i Connecticut farmer would be, Where -- Constipation Bad Blood '

wily cnuhed. It U delicate and must don'$ the daisie grow? Our obliging Hal Pointer' 3.04X: ez-king of poer- Malaria, Nervous allmeau' Patented In the United State, Great Britain and Canada.in .

be nonriahed and cherished, or the rude poet friend will please kindly tackle dom, has been rejuvenated' after a ....- Women' complaints

"OHM of Me will sweep it wty. Ut that-Norwich Evening Record.I ion'f rent and will be out for the money gnd.-It: has o-.eI.red Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.TITUS .

Protect and honor it M it denerrw. one more. u'C: : wrapp.t. All '
and it fool, the gross' fool, IMIt.t.. UtI fWC:', oI tea sc.stamps ws
will in iu turn protect and pre.gene have played friend would John Kelly think Carbonate t :Oi. i.futel' will end ad 01 .. B..W.t Wald'. '
of
for believe the bosom a .... sad k-'r_ VI LI.K FLORIDA.
"
u aome of the dearest' and beet to than Directly, but it can hardly Fair '' ) ,
P"' e.ioM that life hu to offer.-New bold a secret mine own could not coo bea IIIOWN CHCMtCALCO. SALTIYOsg, 150.

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I J ; -+ INDIAN< RIVER ADVOCATE 4-. becomes covered with moss and unattractive specs at thlll time to set forth for our III T orwood, A Lind.avbelief. J.4I1IS: PRITCHARD, Prrsldnt; W, Beaxgr' Vlce.Presidenh; .

1 they can go elsewhere, Iris tax bill does not amount to j Stephen Ellis,
l;- ; and many of them could afford to "10(1)0 per year, but $13,000.: 11. could Stephen Ellie A Lindsay
: A wttaLY3OnaaAL DIIYOTIID 1'0 Tae Dt/,. sot very well be treasurer of the bond J P Goldsmith, RIVlFSTATE
t'
:i oelltrT 01' 'I'HII InPIA" 'II nil, UIIII give the property they own In lire (501(57 because the law provides It shall I R C Scrlmgeour, A Lindsay INDIAN BAM

j WOIITH AIID IIlfAyn: IIAY.lteTlon. vard county away for a song, without be handled! by three trustees, )lr, FIRJ V Ualler,

:1" material Injury to themselves, ter being a non-rellhlent. would hardly M A Kitties, A t.lndllAY (Incorporated under the Law of the State of Florida '
: and they will continue to get along be considered All elljtaLle to act as A J Tome Reynoldtr e, )
; : A<1<1rem all communication to the froprteto comfortably if the bond stee, nor would he have the time to W M( Smith, E: II Rice | Authorized capital, $ i
project If oo)0oo
sot"
I .11, elljtILle.-EIl. 0" .toYocATE.J) Wilbur King,
tails J A Stallll, Z PbllllpilIIHB.AItU Paid up capital, $28iJjJ:|

GUAIIAM A WALTON, Will the people of means who : COUNTY SCHOOl 0tcatlVytewart. Average deposits, ]

f t INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, l ll\e in lirevard county at present, Howell Titus, J P noltlllmith $30oooo
STATISTICS A Lindsay: ,
TlTt'SVILLK:, FLORIDA who are urging; the road project, Wm cCarty, henry T TitusWHITF. Transacts
suffer by its failure We think A Lindsay, a General BaokiDi(

not. That class of people can find "c.IHMII.II: Slels I P XI I'I son, unwell Titus
: ,r bllTEAI of costing two hundred abundant opportunity for Intent- amber: of."chuol..., . ., tpl .J 1' Goldsmith: .4 Business
teachers male . .. .
.8 J I' Uolil"mlth
; thousand dollars to build! the propoed ing their capital and for speculating .. DeCorll..y,
i female .. .10: S n Geiger, Largest and Oldest!
:. shell road it seems from thestimate and 'I enrolled . Bank CD the
earning money elsewhere. pupils .f0(:! S I> Geiger .J I P Goldamith Eiu
: of Mr. Hurchfiel, it will will continue to get along Average attendance . . JId! : y; DeCollrcy,

t,[,: 1 not cost two-thirds of that sum fairly well if the bond project fails. xE"tnr SCHOOLS: James 1: Bowman, J P Goldsmith '' : riUTCHASn.W nlRfrTlln":

,; This ought to have a hvtrableIi We say, in all sincerity, that those Number.. of schools, . 7 F: J'Conrcy, of the National Hank II of HVH dark.: ,:?,,: I', ,.".."
Ii' teachers, . 4 )1 Goldsmith, IS U Geiger 7J DlRKEK (Mie-Vrerlilvm, ti,, ., ," ; I r
effect the
I i on project. who will suffer mont from tile failure .. .. + + +" ? 1 i. k
female. ;3 James E: Bowman, Tarkninvllle), w. g. C.RMIV: 'I, ,:r.d.: .IX i
X'1
''I of the !bond project, are the pllpllll eOl'olled". 2l1: eM Snow' J P Goldsmith kanwa.

>.,. I i': In the Star, lust week, W. K very people who are no persistentIn Average attendance,. . .. U1 .J W .Jon"II, Ids a-v Hoahnsrrl National CORREI(Hank t VI', ,
I J' F Il i Hoye, .J l' Goldsmith -- : : i\ \ ? \ rt \',
Sanders stated 1 that the reduction opposing It;; people whose little Yatlnnalkankntlack.ro.in I .

,J I in talues of properties in lirevan homes which dot our river, embrace Total.. number.. of.. ;teachers boob.,, .. .. .. .. 4 4:1:::>> H W Sherouse, Edw W; F ll Flltf'h( Titus, rJ."II'J. l.T TIATA1: :I!.I .....\. .

r 'f. county on the assessment roll thi all of their earthly possessions.. to pupils, 1040 C J) Case,

year had been decreased less than If lirevard county is to indulgein General average, .. 710 e D Case, U W Shel'Oulle -
one hundred thousand dollar We< a Hip Van Winkle sleep, it is Edw (lI Titus. EAST COAST LINE*- --' '-
; -- II W Wlnn, .f W Rogers ;
tJ i
I understand from Mr. Woolen that our own home people of limited Henry T Titus! ,

f the reductions aggregate: about means who will stilfer most.! They l"rTITIN 1"Oft LICrXSp. S J Norton, .f IJ ('rRbh Land

; four hundred thnusanvl dollar, bu will be compelled to continue to U II Parry /' Department

; t the net or apparent reduction, is l Ihe here and earn a livelihood from To the IIIIlIlIraLlc hoard "t County COIIJ S Snowden, .Jno l' McCallmisstouaers

fj' jf r only 1100,000, because some sixty the oil. The ArrocATE places Gentlemen:ut-BrevlU'd We the County undersigned: S F Gray, A fno A P Stewart cCI\II This Company offers FOR SALE LANDS Adapted f..i

miles of railroad at J'l.OOO.OO these facts before the voters of the Frederick A. Lesley and Frank Renaker' A A Stewart,

-'l I,!! per mile, was added ibis year county for serious! consideration.We compolllnj the firm of Lesley A; Itenaker' L B White W F f'lItchwh.hlnjt #; # Fruit Growing and Truekinsj"
,:) I'' This offsets: over three-quarter have conducted the discussion to sell li'IIIOI'" wines and beer S S Singleton, :
of the reduction\ ;t Is true in fair In Election Dilltrlct Xo. 2, of llrevl\l'll J J Tucker, 1' S Titus ALONG ITS LINE OF ROADS.
,, as a manner as we know
cllllnly, State of Florida, hereby apply to his x mark henry lIolton,
I ; : as Mr. Sanders says, most of how, entirely on patriotic grounds your Honorable Body to grant UII the A T Feaster, J l' Goldsmith y* Special terms to actual settlers. For further particulars, address

,, the other counties ]in the state show believing that it is absolutely necessary right; to sell such liquors, wines and .J A Stallll, JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commission.
,...,. a far greater reduction than Ure.J at this time to make an. effort I'el' lu IIalll election district, and we C S Schnyler, F C n Iludgdon !

J+ yard, but that is easily explained to instill new life into our pray your honorable Body to grant 11M a E Hale, 1., st. A. & i. n. R-y ST. AUGUSTI E. TI.A
1 permit to wake such "aleM. John Wingate, John C Jon11
t.. for nn other county in the state cf>1mty. (fur ,motives have !been Respectfully, A T Feaster,

was so fortunate as to have an increase conscientious, and we have urged F..1. I.OSLEY Peter M Fisher, Fred U WrlglJt

j of sixty miles of railroad them with the best ability we possess FRANK ItENAkEIL J N I'omar, THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
Dated W II lIarrlll A A Mewart
180;; ,
added to !Its roll.THE ,
assessment and shall continue to do
so
J X PomRr
until the question Is finally settled. We, the undersigned; being R majority J A J Wagoner, J N Pomar, Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread.

j ,, IN' \: opponents. the project of If we fail, we have nothing special ot the registered voters of Election Ills- A A Stewart,

I ,; tending for a shell road opposed| to lose, and no regret, except that tract No ::4, of Breyarll county, Florida, '( D Metzger, Andy Wagoner
f,<< an election on the of which must come to who
: score expense. everybody application, awl ask that a permit he R E Blanchard, W A Cleveland
'r I'I'Ji: Estimating: the cost, using the cost fails in what he believes to be a granted prayed for : W II Harrill,

t !:; >i of pre\ious elections us a basis, the good cause, but our failure will note l'xrrrioxxa WiTaES5es John Myerll, CD Case
: :
:
i ;:l sum of $3;,O will be sufllcient to defray b without precedent ; many advo Y Caller,

"': 'I j:J the expense. Three-fourthe cates of meritorious projects have Arthur J Doyle, A; IS Y Singleton Lindsay, T T Wetmure, S F S C Singleton n Ihwlgdoni4 ,

\. I' I.r ,fiI of that sum will be paid by corporations been defeated time and again in Henry II Dryer John O'Neill bI I.Yon KOIlpeJow Howell Titus

.,A '. w'i I and non-residente ; the one the nnst. We .have nlaced nur. }Frank Dyke O C Johnson,
>e i I thousand voters will pay less than selves upon record, and ; have: John SlmonMon, John O'Neill E .\ Frollcher, S S nugieuu

i ,;' $ 100 of the expense of holding an tried to do our duty by our fellow 011 Parry, A Frank V Lindsay Dyke Henry T Titus, A.I W A Stewart Rogers ,

,. ,j II\\' ', election ; that is, they will be taxed citizens ; the responsibility must Julio U'Xelll C 1> Case,

. '. 'j ". by nn means the enormous sum oft rest with them A V LlntlKay, U 11 Parry Elmer Schultz, Z hllllpll Jr,
t about ten cents each. Surely it is John O'Xelll, C F Wllllamll, FOR SALE BY -
t',' Wm Friend 1. G 11 Parry T U Puckett, A A Stewart ED"VV STHL.HSTO-
A.B.D
worth that much have the
to ,
question < A V Lindsay, F C IJ Uodgdon,
j J'4' settled. If our friends who gj: a.aa.Dl.trkt, ; ? W W Skinner, A V Lindsay R A 1J0bbltt, J F Carlile The Lumber, Hardware and Paint 'Denier.

,t oppose the bond project are IIlnj" ::; / ."22 g.: his x mark, U II Parry, Henry T Titus
n COCOA
; I r, cere in their statements, that anoverwhelming -- 0 Frank Thompson/ Joe U Drown S W O'Urln, F V CableS In.ca.lnrx: : : Iti: T-or, FLORIDA

'$ .. :0 0 a: S Singleton; Henry T Tltllll, ------- ---- ---- -
} 1 I majority of the ;; SwS8fciSi: =-" LeiiKtb "i" Herman Flllcber, Joe IJ Brown It W Rhodes, F W Been
: voters are with them, it certainly .. r: o L Sap, e S D Moffat,
i y
'I' I ,::3j ought to be worth ten cents to call ---r- 'd"n 0 '! A W Bole, Frank Vyke Robert Pentland, James E Bowman ASPHALT ROOF PAINTS.

", '.1.1i,: r' an election and vote down the op. n : : Cubic w : 5f rr.e U 11 Parry, henry T Titus, *I I
; The ij ins T N Decker, U 11 Parry Sam 'utch, 11 A Carlile
position. exhilarating feeling IIhl",1I ; Frank Dyke, J W Rogers,
. : i L which a victory at' the polls produces -- CI" i :; J TOllle Reynolds! Jno 1' McCall J W Rogers, II A Carlileo Ground in Pure
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- .Lp; t would, it seems to us, be ti' dxo.can IS Porter Sam t'lltch, Agents Wanted.
i M! Mg Red Brown and
I' .; sufficient to warrant them in stand o al 1:1 S ;: > J/IO P 1\cOall, 0 S Porter' Geo M Robbins, N N Penny hlOhll1 :; Write for Samples.
J T Reynolds, A W Bulf, and es :
ing the expense of an election. 0; CI" 0 G Nulle Jail F Mitchell
3 CD Case U C Serlmgeourj
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h 't Perhaps they ure not so confident O .\y hall I C (>) =: 1' Goldllmltb, Henry T Titus, Grade Black Prices
that they would win at the polls. J.- ra :: H C Campbell, l' S Titus W W Ballard, F C U HOtlgdou Asphaltum. Catalogue, Etc.
GM his x mark G L Sapl', II A Carlile,
"Wti o.toflioll ; Iv ; ::: I'S Titus, II C Campbell his x T B Smiley, C Jo' Laming
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LET us look at the question of :l.. ..'i 5 I 0 L !Sapp hhJ x mark J l' Goldsmith, FOR: JAJN'J'JNGTIN. : :
't with the s ei;: fob a.: a .r C Hale, F Y Cable Ellis B Wager, James E Bowman
; bonding figures arranged 0e : ; -- :;; A W Bole A IRON Railroad
T
+ in : Feaster, and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and
form. l
a new C
Corporations pay 7 a -.NI.OIIt..t : m r.a. o F Davl", A T Rose! Robert Morrow, D L Gaulden ,
25 per cent of all taxes, non-real], tOS I..Iul c r William lJartley n W Brittain,
.. t S31 g: 11. n. a (, and
'I" dents pay 60 per cent of all)) taxes, .- It rr. IJ L Gal/lden, O Davie A M Wingate, C D CaKe Buildings Freight Cars Bridges, Fences
; and the number of 'voters of the R .I_- C.a.tat tiSIsS3 :I r. E H Rice, S II Ilapperaett,
i, I + who about 1 i i:1: III're..I- ::: It L Motluw, O F Davlll L R Decker, Henry T Titus Iron Work of every Kind.
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county aggregate one l 11111 'i ? E H Rice, S IS Singleton,
1,1 thousand, will pay a part of the n .-. ;: II Fred D Wright, John Wallt'r F D Walker, J K Bowman Building Papers Ready
Tarred Asphalt
J I, other 25 per cent. Many residents ::1.I ...a Cost mailSfebrldS. 0. S' 0S' J P Uoldllmlth, C n Case, Felts 2 and 3-ply
? r t who are not voters pay heavy taxes. 0 ., V C'id go nek J P Goldsmith, John Waller Thomas Mitchell 11 D Brown Roofing, and all kinds ofThe
Fred l D CD Case
At the outside, our one thousand e- llil t:ultl>Z t 0 0 F M'O e W Crabb, J I' UuldKmlth Wright, Edwd L Brady, I. A Brady, Eoofic..g: Supplies, FRon I./'

1 voters would not pay over 30,000 I I-- g !. 6 A S Cleveland, Henry J Egger,
; of the principal on a bond issue of 0 9jf6 t AS Cleveland, C W Crabb LA Brady K L Brady Armitage Manuf'g Co.,
tau: ar =:
I / g J P Goldsmith J
$150,000 that is the Henry Egger,
of the
11 will; voters I : .E. 3 Hi1 James T HIUiIll'tt, A IS TUlllllllon J J Tucker, Andy Wagoner..: Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,
: county not curry over a fifth 8' J I' ,30 to
"t 3r2Bh n noldllll1lth, Andrew lIammon, :1300 'Vlllhun..lmrg., Va.
Richmond
of the burden of the bond issue, or '1 i S II lIal'lteraett f" F Reed Andrew Gibson, A Lindsay
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I { tJVVVV. U IIIt're are one UlOUAanl1 v Vi>l. of U..II .eu, -
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"Ill; t,t I voters to divide this burden. it will "INQUIUIUI" OX Till 11OA1 e F Heed, W C Day Jail D Davie, F W'Newton' --- -----

j be $30 each, payable in thirty annual QUESTION W C Day C S IIl1al'perKett F Hood C E Freeman, Andrew A Lindsay Gibson,

Installments, or $1 per year ; S H llappersett, F W Newton, Merchant'sMeial
I I but let U8 add the Interest which Editor J W Jones, It L Motlow Babe Howard, Willie Lewis

I in thirty year would amount to A'lrwaU. hula x mark A Lindsay, his x mark George Scott "Spanish"
f'' I ICO ( and would have In last woek'i Issue asked a question Thos Brusher, A Lindsay A Elmwood, A A Wllliamll
cent they
per
about Fred II Fred
certain
a rich man advancing Wright, Wright,
I'i to pay, all told, $75,000 and the funds to build the niuch-talked-of .hel F W Miller, 1) L Haulden L L Porter, F Fletcher *+ TILES. 4-

j '." share of each for principal and }interest mad, from Tltusvlllu to Wave land, and John C WIII1I81, Henry T Tltue
y I would be $2.50 per year-not 1 hope the opponents have answeied. Thus W Lund, Jno P McCall Tom Allen, Janice E Bowman Me have U.rre dUthirl
i this E hi Rice his mark Mies for Straight Burl****
Now rich man U Henry M. Flagler. : x Henry T Titus, -t uuz
v' one cent a day. Surely a good hell True he U here, this question )( E English, V Galler Nathan Webber, Andrew President \&ac:'.. H.1: 7x10,10x14 t teas
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road would be worth that much. should have been anted two year ago. J Tome Jeynohlll: henry Hamilton, x I A. well an a 81..1' l 'Grud.
It is rumored that Mr. Flagler will take V Galler, M E Engllllh R 1' Cbooy, F Fletcher != t used ..TILE for < '"lc.IIliurt..e.

the w/'hole bane of bonds at par, at Jpur J Tome Reynolds, Henry Hamilton x
I I s 1 WHO WILL SUFFER FOR LACK .cent deducting Interest from his J U Watson, J T ntt Henry Hamilton, F Fletcher
e taxes and piinclpal as the hoods become Ids x mark W W Snell, hi. x mark Henry Barnwell x The mOlt Ornamental!
: OF A ROAD ? due Surely we/ have lived several years J I Turnage, E lImce More Mincey, Z Phillips Jr. ", ?$ Roof made, and thui.

without collecting any taxes from Mr. 011 Voss, Ida x mark Henry Hamilton x s"'ti; oughly atorm-pruof< .
The opponents of bonding the Klagler, and I after deducting the interest 011 Vas, E U Rice Henry Pendleton, F Fletcher The "STAR"
for shell he will/ still pay a good round sum Into J I' Goldsmith, his x mark Arthur Williams Ventilator .II
county a road seen to our county treasury. II R Wilson, Henry T Titus John Q Muggings, F Fletcher Galvanized l l Iron. tS'. guaran. ?AUi&ACopiwr
think if they can defeat the project If he will take the bonds, he should J W ttogere. his z mark Henry Hamilton x tN llourWeh
? IIra
they will battle and perhaps injure be requested to be tieasurervf the f und", I' J 11.11 l, A Lindsay John F Brown, Wash BarnwellW'v -bao.uu. !, to II M rnrrtlWT'C
h.t' : fi
; $ om E J :
lien C W ;
there 111'11I114I
those who have advocated tLe no jobbery with them. Snell Crabb lha
pro- He J T Price, y. Ii Ric.. Albert C Sammla F mental. Durable, 6wrm olL "
ject, or those who interested In this road!, so he will/ Fletcher 'yam ROOFING
are willing to see It through The facts are the same, J 11 Crabb, J P <<.:ol t bond. Are they correct ? Let u.'i whether Mr. Flagler take the bonds or J D CrabL, K II Rice F Fletcher A C Sammis Prevents down araughu ((Incorporated)
'I' look Uto the matter. The corpor some one else. Mr. Flagler' taxes will/ A Lindsay, J P Goldsmith
'( ations favor the project ; they can uore thau pay the whole bill In ten M E Gruloer, A Lindsay Ul'nrl1arnwell, Henry Hamilton x [ MERCHANT & Co.. 517 Arch St. Philadelphia Pa.:
'i live whether lirevard years, as It Is stated! that he will pay J Uultlllll<h, his x mark F W Xewton, ,
county be. k)0OUO) a year, but Instead! of collecting L C Oliver, Henry T Titus F W Newton) Henry Hamilton; x ..
comes corpse or not ; they can I' in ten years, It Is proposed to leave A Lindsay Henry Barnwell x I
develop business in other counties lime of his taxes for other nurnosoa. u> \V It lnnr, J W nn!.,.. John 1I0rt. A Lindsay -. ... ., I I. _- __-- _-__-_ _
whose citizens are more progressive will only use about on -thln1 of his-taxes Ht'nr! T. Titus, F Fletche.r, --- I JAS. Y WILL &: co"I I
to settle the bond question and have the John Nan, J 1't.oldlmlth WOI Gibson\ George! WIIUams L. ,
i ; they can swing the tide of BARBOT
balance to support the county government A S TomllIlOD, F Fletcher & CO. I Fruit and Produce
'' immigration into those counties M It ed to pay the last of W' F 'utcb, A I.lnddY Geo Darnwell Wm iLblIOn ,
1 I which seem anxious to secure, andre the bond thirty year hence If any J P Goldsmith F Fletcher:, General Commission.
willing to bid for settlers. It one can show JUI t cause why we should Walter IS Graham, J I' Hohl"mlth Ellis Cobb, Buck !'lordliruckltevels Commission Merchants

1 will be their funeral not have a road, when one man pays his a George WUMasts, .... ,
not if the enough Use to build three road like Brock nevelll, J P U ld.mlthndrew President, A Lindsay ss .... .... .... P. O. Box 1039. -- !
i bonds fail. the one proposed, let him "now speak or his x mark W R Knox, J l' Goldsmith, a Q gg.8a o i7W N 1 REFICRESC'E8Haurl": A Lang,fit L.'ai.Mo. '
The bulk of non-residents will forever after hold bill I"ace.to J E IJtluNtt, J P Goldsmith Joseph Unwell, Zacharlas !iichoie! :1 .,l hiulth, Cord s& Co., Chicago. 111. < I"io
still exist if the road is to hrQ\'tKIH.: A S Tomllaoll, his It mark Andrew t'reeldellt, ; r s Bank of LonUlana.: I(. U. COIeauve;;
not built. .vw
E cco w.aasty .. a. Hanking Aa'a John W. tuui 1IlUee. Amos
D L '"
Gaulden J
Apple.klte P
G.ldlllllith
That class draw their incomes from ["Inquirer" I I. In the main correct D. --f. J. C. Muiltk Co, 81. UwU.: No..
o F Davis his mark P.ter.na Iaaatee.Eta.
It PV Newton. It. I other cities in many states, and i I. In error however on one or two G 11 Fulke A Lindsay Joe Green, henry Barnwell .; rruiiaad modus Trad O n rallrCumuMrcUl .
s
they simply come to Florida to en. point, but th* argument he make I II a J P Goldsmith P W NewtoD, NEW ORLEANS.LA. AociM.
good one. W* fear Mr. Flagler will not Charles Fulton A GM Denham New KM.UI lMS Street.
the cjimatf. It JJrerard Lindsay Henry Ihamllt.s Jt rr<
i joy '
take the bond
county fur
reason we have not 11 T \\orwood his It auk P 1Yewtoa.. I elcrttxeacrsCci.sBa?: _r. Ba.k.181 New Orleann. La'

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Awarded pood-sited: hogs clean, handsomts' And better after such a long spell of sickness t '

best Honors-World'* Fair. knowing-looking fellow*-and wry aft. Mr. J. Tyler paid Tltusvtlle a visit oniYednesday. SCOTT'S COCOA ICE WORKS

ernoon these three hogs "II'* I be seen .

( DHL: 1 I (usually at some distance from the hotel) CARBO-DIGESTIVE ,
Mr. (Um* Tucker U busy having the
going In for a surf bath. They roll and Coooci F1.orJ.da.
llllloo 1f And cleared ,
J on hi* homestead '
tumble In the water for awhile, lettingthe I
'II'avellgo clear over them; away they Mr.[ .\ntlre,,,,, and family have nuned COMPOUND. NOW I3XT OPEn..A.TXON.G. : .

scamper, heedless of the barking of any down to the scitlon house near the G. NlMtUVCJ. I2K ,

))00 j stray dogs, as they are more than a depot.

match for any clog that hall appeared on We hid a nice shower jcstcrdty: but Positively' the one Remedy for --- Manufacturer -

00 CREAM the beach 110 far. The were brought we still need more taint; everything I III the Treatment of IOJ3& DISTILLED: AVAT33B,

here Mr. drying NERVOUS EXHAUSTION
by when
harp, quite small, up.

ills in and know every cottage In the village. Mrs.! 11. Brown and family have 10- !Mmpl and \KKia\atcd forms of ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.

BAKING They are really excellent scavenger, timed; from Wa>'elind, where they have DVM'hl'MX, AMALMTATION >

I and are welcomed by all the cottager; bt'en t on a visit to their folks :.D" I5ef i'Iterators, Ice Client, Firwcrii and Water oolcr*.
-OK THE 1IKART.:
ira A few minute before five o'clock on Mr Fred Williams, the operator, left

poDLR last Sabbath, anyone looking up or down for Eau: G.ilhe on Wednesday. He willIs \ Lake Worth Ice Works
the bench would have "t't'I1Uttle Doc your fltttlll"lIr after rating ?: Are ,
panics gie.itly mlll"edII he WAS a ely popular .
confused and excited Do
easily
MOST PERFECT MADE leaving their cottages and wending their young! man. yon)'on pet 111'] In the morning tired sod tin- PALM inucir FLA.

,* I rt Crape Cream of Tartar Powder Free way to the hotel. It wa the "vesper There was preaching In the Methodist efrwdied, and with a bad: taste In the ,
t Alum or any other adulterant hour and mouth ?
Ammonia not only are the hotel gueststo ;
church last
F iMinday. It was Mr. White'sfll'lIt
all YEARS THE STANDARD. be met there but from Isthcie a dull cloudy sensation, at-
nearly every sermon here', and everybody was ended: l>y din'ijjrtH-ablo! feelings III' the C :US AS. IB I_, TJ" & CO. ,
cottage someone Is present The Ilev. Lead anil ?
very favorably Impressed with him. eyes .
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Mr. Sullivan, of :New Smyrna, wa ex AID yon irritable\ and restless :?

Roseland. pected, but did not arrive. However, DOOM your heart thump and cause you F1.n.o Winos an.d L1ct.1.1.0rS,

there were two preacher prlIent-the Daytona. to gasp for breath: after climbiiiK n lIIjht
of stair Plows .107 anti all W. lUr At..
Ilcv. Mr. :Noble and Rev Mr. lIalll< 1 D Tnten. of Jasper, l clenliij: you on
east Ride of the Sebastian (Congregational ministers), and Manager Piof. Guillam K'liii\ called homo by side ? JACKSONVILLE, ". FLA.

'II tht has Sharp had each take part In the service, the Illnes of his mother, Prof. Graham llie: jon Impaled memory, dimnesa H\t and lloiirlHiii Whl.kl. from lISS l
1/11: .1 i residence. Mr. D. Cain will take his place in the normal and and l .
. I and and of vision, dfpirHMion of mind gloomy In .I.Vi: IMT gallon,
qL ,' if, the work. a really enjoyable profitable I'rof. J. K. Parkinson will fill\ the latter': oieltodlng[ :' Uranium:' fnnn ibis to '3.75 |x'r gallon
p hour was spent. The Imposing ritual: place These symptoms mean tint: art'I'lItft'l'llIg 11//*' \\'e make SIHM/ :Ulty of North t'at+
I' i ( :aim was called to Vero on and joii S'emnmExhaustion. ills MonntulM |i;>w Turn \\ links I IhriM;; ;
of the
majestic services of from Anil
attend her daughter, Mis. pomp) There l 18 to lie a poverty party at the Djxpfpiti.i year. old tiM|I'''r gallonlili .
In tl'' the old cathedrals of Euiopecame: to the armory on Friday evening! and all are 1;' -' gal,, 7h'tsaeat.l AV'Is, a I >cul. .
.he wan quite 111. We are In. Th'rtll" no other extant that .
remedy !.n..t"
I I' mind of who and looking forward to lots of (un.
n some were /
.. : 11" the contrast with the Informal '1.1\41.
simple Mr.
\ Carl Knappe Is making an extended blellM[
rap picNui'd into service as theren I'nrtae[ lltliitf' til liry Townn will ID
visit In the noitheast.
vesper services held In the office and corridors -
] Sunday train. Scott's Carbo :h.I!: :' from u. a* we ran mare
regular/ Digestive : : all
of a seaside hotel wa very mal k. Our new bakery building; south of the Mi |ire runt mi unltri.. .
,'!isr. F. White and Quinn (iihsoninwii ed. Yet, "lie who holdeth the sea In Atlantic block, I I" finished, and Mr. Lin- An fir will.\1"11'n win.1 iniiiif) with ",.I'r..
not nM| >n row rolling 'nnMa
the river cruising In Mr. the hollow of His hand," a\1ll"ho alone burg Is doing a flourishing business Compound inllalilf .11 :NoiitMiiliiwnl, C'. 11 It| toliry TimntHIGH
i ,ti, sailboat: the Ella. Mr. Ulrich stilleth the noise of the waves," accept The Palmetto house has Its! share of If your case hint resisted tho usual

,,mpanies them on the trip Mr. the worship of all "who worship) spiiit) normal students, and the young people methods of treatment we ate Ilulth'III.lIly
greatly enjoy the river bathing; these anxious to lute: give Compound
attends the you
Gibson pumping
'ter and In
truth wherever be.
they may moonlight nights, the Halifax being; salt a tilal.:
mi I during the absence of his What a prodigious amount of wasted water and delightful; to bathe In. We fjuartntoe relief In every ease and I GRADE FERTILIZERS !

her energy there Is In the sea-tho ceaseless ----- will cheerfully rt,fnml your money shoal!l lour
remedy fail to prodmo the most
wi gentlemen from Ormond were rolling of wave of that vast surface of now GOES TIN: SIIRLL: gratifying lesiilt i

,. last week procuring orange bud. water ever at woik-and under the Donne remetnlier that the Appellation -- MANUFACTURED BY -

d j They found what they wanted waves of water which we see. It ha )WAn ? Patent Medicine does not apply) to '

1(1( Moore' grove, antI returned to wave of force which are invisible; yet, SiCOTTh (:AKBODWESTIVKOMI'OUND: Chapman & Sudlow
GcoRolANt: FIA, Aug 5, INtii. '
about bud ( .
unrul with 3,000 They as one looks at it to-tidy, the blue of the ,

I none of the groves In their vicinity sky, the gentleness of all movement of Editor Adtwntt: It lit a prt'Mci Iptlon put up by a loading

""I I the freeze as well all the gloves In the scene; the serenity of the noontide, Receiving a request to woik up a little nervous physician| trouble who II.IN a specialty inado stomach for yelull.We ami. South Jacksonville, Florida. i t

t neotlon with only the noise of the swish of the intermit In the contemplated road, I ventured court Investigation And earnestly u

Send the ADVOCATE an order for any surf to remind nil of Its power. Follok's (to use a vulgar expression) to urge alll.h'MIt'lanM to write tie for the For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples. J

printing you need.] description of such a sea at night comes "put In my lip" several times last week, formula of hcott's Carbo-Digestive Com ,
pound, which we will mail application
to mind when two or three were gathered to on ) M
: that they may satisfy themselvi- of -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-
"Yet, once I saw the In a mood gether. If I can understand what men ltd harmless: character and excellent
St. Lucie River. So gentle, smiling and subdued!, mean when they talk (they do not always virtues 1111'1'111" till kind of Raw Material, such ai. Snip Potash, Kalnit, Cotton t

That scarcely might a streamlet lie mean what they ), the majorityIn SCOTT'S CAIUJO-DIGEhTlVK heed Meal, Nitrate of !Soda, etc, etc.
calm beneath say Hone ground and steamed In the In three different ,
the More a summer sky; factory gilsts.JIT" ,
'Ers A. K. Ilogg accompanied this neighborhood would vote for the COMPOUNDIn
The winds were sleeping on the breast, Send for Pamphlet and Piicos.
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t 'up the river in the schooner. Thy distant billows were at rest; shell toad willingly, If any plan could the must remarkable remedy thaiscience _

ill Walter Kitching has Just come up And every breaker (fierce no more) be devised that would assure tip greater ban pioduocd.: It has: succeededwhere : ;
all other medicine 1 have failed.
kissed the shore 1
Just sparkled and then
Jupiter, and has, as usual, a very While heaven's, arched blow. was azure ; portion of the money being paid out to hold by druggist, everywhere, $1.X)

,stock< of goods on board. bright, actual residents of the county. They per bottle. Sent to any address In MUCK LANDS

\i, were pleased to see Mr. Johnson And all its watchers shone that night; say: cheap Italian and negroes will get America on receipt of price.Don't *
And where waters seeni'd to swell forget that we cheeifully refund
with us on Sunday. It is not thy the money and go with it. Class legislation ,
If results are not natlnfactoiy. -
A meek and trembling radiance fell your money
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be chance to be with i is all wrong In principal, but this Older direct If does
a gets a us, For, like a virgin spirit, stood your druggist _
1 we are all glad to see him when he The descent moon above the flood work to be done is a county or family not have" it.Address .

I metit And snowy clouds around her stole, matter, distinctly for the benefit of the all order to III two and u half aero tracts

Like dreams youthful soul !I" families of the county, and scheme ,
[ A J. Olds returned, SaturdayhI. any CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG CO.
that will serve that end best would be
hI. to Jacksonville and 3< Canal.
a trip roll ting Oil
Eau Gallie. morally right. Topeka Kas. O O O O 0
ei places. lie took his wheel along
Our friend Wooten write that
li him and having bad a us '
reports very to
vaMe> time while away. Messrs. Reeves and Hogg, of Melbourne many tax payer are behind, from even SOUTH GEORGIA COLLEGE Apply +

were In town Monday. last year, and to add yet a heavier tax, ALBERT W. ROBERT,
apt Benj. Hogg went up to Cocoat Is I out of the question. What kind of an ]: THOMASVILLE, GA. :[
t week to take on part of a cargo of Messrs. Verbeke and Dixon made a West Palm Beach Fla.
argument can he sustain on such a statement -
in'umtise' From there be will go toi visit to Lotus the first of the week. For Boys and Girls. -- -- -- -
as that. It come back to him
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umber. and will then come down to Monday, returning to Went Palm Reach like to learn of one ray of hope or prospect Faculty of :Seven Competent Instructors. STEVENS BROS. & CO. c-/

> Plans' and await a new foresail before the same day. these have
men of paying their Using the most Approved Modern ,
>Iioes to the Bahamas. He will bring Rev S. 1>'. Gove will hold services at taxes this year or next, though the taxes Methods

k an assorted cargo this time. the Baptist church next Sunday, morn- may be reduced, Instead of Increased
In all Departments: Music and POT TEIIY GA
[Hi* wedding of that charming young ing and evening. unless they can directly or Indirectly get Including v-s-: r5STEVENS ,

) and gentleman of Jensen, which Several of our residents who have been some of this one hundred and sixty Drawing

IIr Ilff last week, was quite a surprise thousand? Commodious and Elegant lliillding and MANUFACTUIIEHS OF -
summering up north, will return this : Most any man finds it easier -

some of our settler, although some month or early (In next month. to pay from bis pocket, twenty dollar Grounds.

t'''' ill about it from early last sum- Mr. Henry Olmstead has been on the that he ha got, than ten dollars from a Board In. good families near College at Well Curbing and Floe Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all

11 I That is the way to do the business sick list several days, necessitating the pocket with nothing but a corncob pipeIn $10 tiS tl2: per month. Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and
>Ib tine
'" with their style. The ADVOCATE cor. closing of his store during his illness. It.h. Tuition, t$, 11: or *4 a month, accordIng Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile..
many friends In wishing there not mime
of
to advancement
: pupil
happy pair and The family of Mr. Powell will returnto and unnet'l."s\f1. : anxiety Save by buying close at Home, anti from clever men.
every Joy prospeiity. some wrong Imp :rr your money
their former home, at Woody, 111., >,??,??, oh this ub. Attendance) Increasing yearly.

lob work cheaply, neatly and exp di"Jy next Monday, Mr. Powell having already ject of issuing: bOhtlll' We all know It Last. year 171 --

wille executed at the ADVOCATE office, preceded them. 'III a ', ry !good! theme for a stump speaker Fall term opens September 2nd, 181&: )
Circulars, hand bills\ note : TITUSVILLK WIATIIIU ItI':-
ll'l to harp on. There Is quite a difference .
.
letter heads, envelopes, staten Mr. Watts Is still in the hospUal; at St. Write for Catalogue to

>n Ia. tags etc., etc.1Coronado] Augustine, and it i* not now expected bonding the county for a cohrt MISS E. II. MERRILL, President, or POKT. New \ Smyrna \ Livery
house that the thousand of visitors who I The following U a comparative atate-
that he will be out for two or 'thttee come here winters with money to rpend CAPT. A. 0. MILLER, Vlce-I'rt;ldent.r ment of temperature and rainfall for the

Beach. weeks, although week ending Wednesday Aug, 'Oi:
reported Impr vn:. ,
and who would think it a cheap affair at t

Mr. Alii'., Good, Mrs Goole:l and the best, and a shell road from ono end 01!i r had been clipped till it required. thirty. -1894.:! -1805.IIATK .- 4Stable *-

lf> l. ell. MacKay, family and nurse, Mtses' : : Goode, of Melbourne, called on the county' to the other, that would delight five or' forty of them to make a gold : MAX. MIN. MAX. MIV. ,

m Orlando, are at the Coronado. 1 ribs E. U. Vivell! last Thursday{ and them at every turn. crown. In short, she wan In about the 1 88 70 V\: 7'1
2 v\ n w II 7.1KH C. I.,. DOlIN. I'I'Ojl'iOtor.Hacks .
[' al't..J B. Jordan, of DeLah 3, accom spent a pleasant aft rnn. Let me make a few statements thai t fix we are in. But money must be had. II 71 W II 7J:

vet matters of and "cannot be So the first bonds that English WJ li 01 li:
b\ hit daughter and nurse, I Is ez Mr. Vivell was boCced taking some of are history, any 4 :

ted II the hotel before this Item I lain'' the real estate bit the windows of the explained away:" There I III not a count y; speaking people ever Issued were put on s "Wl 7 7l 71 I"M) 74fl 74 Meet All Trains.

ID' Eau Gallic bank'this week. This give In any tate In the union that bondedshell I the market at eight J"er cent. 7 87 71 87 70

HU cashier dltance to look out and see for or good roads at a nominal con t The Tories kicked. They said the
moonlight nights at Coronado are the a Total rainfall for the week: 1.24 Inches. Passengers; and baggage transferred to
It \ lat""l. The serene sea the horse :.* go by. that has regrettetl It, though oft time I country was ruined everlastingly; but Departures from normal rainfall for the all part of the city, and Coronado
1,k. like Impassive those roads were more ornamental than]I when the Interest was 4ue on the one week : plus 033: Inches. Departure Beach. CM on me Itcfoie perfecting
carded
Mr.
glymp Into some other The launch Eau Gallie had It from normal) rainfall since January 1st; .
here' fur practical service. million the government someway arrangements.NEW
W. unlike In It to anything ever W. il.'J:. Gleason to Melbourne Monday minus l.OM\ Inches.
11 Kickers! Why, yes, there are eve Business Improved, though there were .
SMI1 RNA: FLORIDA.
before
Goodes ,
the Mia
by most people who come evening, to attend J. E. LA.NOLKTTE: ,
Ti some. A good honest kicker Is a good plenty to grumble. Next year they
at Fountain Heights. lIe was accompanied Observer.
party, thing to have around at times, but they, found they needed twice as much money,
11 Paddison and
Messrs.
uishta:: ago the ADVOCATE: c'or- by make mistake. James K. folk had too, or Louis, the French king, would! come

'odent WM awakened by the loud, Mount. matT uf them, or he would have bonded I over and rule Englishmen.There Orange Lemon and Grapefruit

.'"sn'ut barking of a dog. The mOOR Last Saturday was a busy day at our and bought Cuba for a million dollaR. were cowards., with no faith In California Orange and Lemon

ohlttlng brightly. The following wharves. The schooners Queen and A few years later some of these klcken their country, that kicked. Even: Sit HTAMlAltll VAItltTIKS.!

'""a- tilt crawl of a turtle, near by, Manatee were loading lumber and voted for thirty million, but It was no t laaae Newton and Adam Smith thought Budwood and Trees Buds and Scions For Sale.

I im,il 1 the cause of the dog's worry. shingles for the Bahamas, and all the enough. Six million a year Spain now' that 'II'blle'the nation could! stand two I sm proiMirwl to furnl.h .>. l.u.1, Orange
'xv and Ijnwm,'"l SI per Ilw s.1 |per I.UMI Nut less
,. ''If eggs had been buried by the men to be had In town were at work puts la her pocket after paying! all ex million and a half, It would be unwise I than CM u( any.... ..rt.t tbuumiid rat. (I rape-
1 i 'f th.m.Th. FOE 8.. ..LE. fruit..lauhr, H /rr l' au|*r 1,155. Oranjcv,
loading Under civilized business Improved :::
Still ,
to further.
peiutes. a government,, go |j, iuin >inl lirsi.rfrrrt silt's.| (trrmlnil |tr fU)
""k ,' out a trip to the Atlanta Ex- schooner Olivette cleared same what might be expected) t more land was planted more fine houses VAKHCTIIHW: : Navel VaU-nrla& LaM (orrla. /titir< >.tioimt .IP'i: No dlMHMiat oa IWTKOunfair
the river train of Mart1.Tardllf If pr.terr.dtMsd. for .L "ns. tmdi suit selo.s Mat
laid a young lady at Coron- day with lumber for points up Some four hundred year ago titPresbyterians e, were built. But the war wa not over+, Hw..et,Jalfa Homowuia, Hatauina. Rub, rlluod, iHMt mall to ,, ""." | and the sloop Sparkle came down for a issued la Malts II|u order.. IU.. bail Urg eijwrlcBc*; tborouKhly
nty, "I'd rather have two weeks Episcopalians and Catholics more bonds were twentyyears N.auuwll.arumawlMsllslrvsl. Order aDitonUuil. all dculli. ""t..t.."..,. wur -
t' load the Banana. Our lumber merchant loan caused less 1,. tout h of the laxl .il. Tvrui Cub with fled,,. Mud o0yuur"nWn
'ar ".>mg these rides and up for the love of their creator, cut t a twenty million moat for at Ouo etu twovartetie :
moonlight Paddison is d quite *. The '....IJnljon. l. inon,%IIU If'ranca, Ion future"' 11".", H> I may I.. peepaired -
"" 'tt, delightful surf bathing, and Mr. Geo. F. ing each others throats, burned and skinned I kicking than the lint single one million r.unka: Koral Meads, llelalr Iteiulum and to All union fuse when. wauled, bet your

"", I wet than any other trip I know a brisk business. each other, till England, as a count r Yet, there wa no mistake-England continued tare Iuiported arrival Htclly and uttcfaifIon I OHMU. llud i-u r..nteWI p
Tw". nations without class. Tin richer and richer yet, of reference on l llcatlou. Hud TBuu iwrluo.
of the carrtage from the holud among was I to grow ; all IU Pierce.Mr. >4Jko|>er I/KMI, *IU | Fort .
taken a party of eight, and there little asthmatic Dutch prince, of Orange,,, there has never been a day, from thee per ,cull with ,,' .,. Aiblree florlila. Rofcienr*: (1. II. Norton. Q 1) CJU-
'hers he could do of bond to this I. II. CAMMACK, ford. K. W ttavag, )Hutl, IUt .
with their wheel., and Judgtrom came over to see what I r time of the first issue amoral* Kefereiu: < ; rower* Bank
their entbiMlasm, they must James Bell has taken the White them. He bad to have good road lei prevent moment, but men could be (Cut thus out for r*(.). Whittler,Calif.' T.t.prms E.: AIf"U.a.MtRlvnldetalif.The ... M..M. H. >an. fleet." W ells large,

teed Ming had a Splendid time." City mall contract. his cannon and soldier. It coat money_ found with the same old cry on their

There to ODe'IIIg-.at Coronado, Quite a number of tarpon have been AU of England had had a freeze-out, 01. tongue's end, "li: "Tb country I.I Is [Remember, the AUVOCATC, Tltusvllle ADTOCATV don't cost you three

) "web. greatly amuse the Yisltors.l every. caught around her lately. rather an excess of rain, amounting te I ruined; the last straw ha been laid on." doe all kinds of job printing. Jive I cents per week postage included, when

.e "Prietor l of the hotel owns three, We are glad to 1M Mr. Davis getting the same thing. AH her silver shilllngi I Truly Da. F .... u* a share of your work.] taken by the year.



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C INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 9. 1895.

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s ALEX AGAR.

I SOME OLD TRADE TRICKS. Armltage and Prince George have MtUT t.ft

i been shipped to England to join the NEAR & TAYLOR
; Bow Th"f Wen FnnUhed Ply e i>. Bit /J r ,.rrrrr
Hundred Year Ago American campaigners (successors to John McAIlUt I

Cheating In trade is no new thing. It Greenlander I I" In the stud In Ken- Artesian Well

was practiced in the fourteenth century tuck,. He broke down In his two mile Contract

-- .s well as in the nineteenth. Our town with EAU
race Nightingale; at Buffalo last season OALL--E' FLA

I TREES THAT WILL NOT DIE. records contain many cases of summary and will nut do to train aga'n.; ,

jurisdiction in matters affecting the FonWINES -
,
'. I They lIanl. Harking Mid Hewlnff and price, weight and quality of food, clothing

i ft Eves Ilarnlnc sod proofing- and oth. things Notice. and !

'rid. I There are some trees and plants which I cull a fear from the archives of the All Mtuon. havingrlatmsagalnsttheeratenf SPIRITS I

41 J'. it is exceedingly difficult to kill An city of London. In 1848 proceedings John ilnen. late of Hretanl onintv. ilw. ..a..*.d, '
are hereby required to )'>resent tern'. &nil, ,
'i I r examples l. a tree found in South Africa, were taken against a butcher for selling authenticated to tin und"r.II/.1 within theperhd !dt BEEllSt'CIGA.RS
Three >r.orll,"ed hy law, or thin oaths Hill I I'*
putrid meat. reasons were alleged |
l! 1. called the baobab tree, that Is moat twefal nleaileil' In liar of their I and l all personsndehted .

to the native No matter what sort against this conduct at his trial before to nalil recovery to make Immediate i i ETc
the and aldermen. It deceit. payment to %
I : It I' of treatment it receive it mayor was s r ayh ; i OF THE
t never teems fal : 1 and dishonest j dangerous to the public Administrator with the will annexed
to be the for It.
[I worso health ; It brought scandal and disgrace Thin, July 31/tb 18US .1111:21120|: | 00 TO
d t The natives make core
strong that upon the mayor, corporation, and Lesley &

"' ; j I ; lotts for yearn out of the fibers contained all the Inh bitauts of the city that a Notice.In Ucnaker

I l' in the pounded bark, and for this Londoner should behave so. After the Families Supplied
i
'f\: purpose the whole of the trunk, as far as Investigation he was found guilty, and Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit of Our Lodgings and Lunf I

t" : they can possibly reach it, is barked a condemned to be taken, with his bad Florida, Brevard County, A. D. 1895+ Will be Ready by Oct, L situated) I

t x course of treatment which if applied to meat carried in front of him, to the pillory Thomas J. ('Cockuhutt ) aide Washington; ave.. between ,I T"I I
in Co. ihlll and while he VB I Hill to K. W depot and Am'
I ? other would ruin stood remove tnia- ot"ATI: block
tree
',, .j i any undoubtedly therein the carrion he had tried to sell r, A, C1U|>|*11, et. all, ) tees, etcIT ,

,t ;: if not kill It. The only effect, however, burned under his appearing' bjr affidavit: of complainantDolltltor I '
was
nose that In his toilet the defendant,
.
,: t f., upon the extraordinary baobab tree is to It Is well known that the pillorywas W I', Day, live In or near Meiuphln, In the HODGES &
s make it throw out bark ante of and that GODFIEI
A new apparently Tennessee Memphli" I* his
an instrument in which the :
, culprit !
I 1- ) and .e that there le
nn
; ;. as capable of answering the na rtofflce 'Iorlrla prnnn !
was fixed Incapable of movement, exposed of uhiotna upon whom
} tives' purposes as the old one. to the would hind Mid defendant It !I. ordered that The "Advocate" Job & newspaper omces. Manufacturers of
of the
I" contempt people.
l' No external aid W, I' Iav appear to answer the hill of complaint
I not fire
1 injury, even appears The offense of the culprit was always herein Nod, on the .ind ,
I U to be able to injure this tough tree lm and that :: t 'whlishwton.w: :: : a Yellow Pine
publicly proclaimed and, according to rnnsecutlveweeks ) umbel
I week for four In the IIDIAHKIVEK r
I II j to any extent If an ax be driven in of horses bid In at leIs ,
the views of the spectators, the punishment : ADVOCATE:, a newspaper pnlilfibed In "The history a i
I I with a hard blow; it can only with great aid county of Brevard
might be severe or otherwise If usually blank" I. quite aphoristic, HOI Oil DRie: 'Yn; .
difficulty be extracted, on account of the Wltne< the Honor*) le John D
\ !! f oft, wood cloning It. they disliked the offense of the offender, flroonnJudte nail I court at and also very true. 'JOB Orange lloz heads,
f'1' spongy upon their contempt would take the proverbial ( L. e.1 J Tltunvllle .Florida thin nrcond .
'r: Neither con any injury bo done to the and forcible form of rotten day of August, Ix t*' i One extreme follows another. Aller == Fruit Ii: Vegetside Crste,

I' tree from within, and even cutting it and dead cats, and the trader would eggs .A. A, STrWART: ton's fee four years ago; wn $1,000; this Lumber delivered at an) pen| of., bias, IJ,,

t"i '.: t'. i down does not exUnniuate It. It con make a closer acquaintance with his. augo-angro (lerk year It is $:V 0. nn l nfcbulldlniruntlie through: bill of la Earl liii)[Corset Anyone: nii'd mtrr I wt

t' otI tiunes to after it is the write fnrriren. '
i grow lying on 'fhe4wndlih I own wares, both raw and cooked than : :
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1
. I : ground. J.T&KWRy R mile asnh, nt 1'ahtta
:
J he might find pleasant Notice.In Hherlff hale.
,'' r !' j, The unpaid tree of the East Indies is A publican, convicted of selling Satsuma nights! Putnam co,F.I 1 1x .
un
:t. II: I I f r: also almost impossible to kill It can bo I. -
sound and
cut and hacked in unwholesome red wine was Circuit Court, Brevaid County, rU : 1hER: and by virtue! of an execution I IssuIng -
i nhapo and although :
i U
; any
sentenced to drink a draft of the snmeNtnff out of the< ounty court In sad for llrevard -
uprooted and allowed to lie Indian River. lion A: ImentmeutCompany. .rlorlila In case therein
; I on which he sold county a PRIN
to the J. M.
SANDER
common
people Is
wherein plaintiff
.pending, Stephen Oelper
"
'Yt the for
months .
Randy plains
an upright the remainder being poured on his vs. } and lesse ,I. Tui..ker Is defendant, I have l. ,lcd
: branch or new trunk will J. Ht 'yr WaUon and AndrewH and will soil at public auction In front of ,
f grow niion
/ head and .
compelled' to forswear the calling Lee
t
k t" At Umliallti, Duigal India there is the court house door, in Tltusvllle, lorlda, on Deaki in -
t a of a vintner in the city of London TO J. Ht Cyr WaUon and Andre 8. Lee : the unit Monday 1"IIt'lemh..r.| IHIIB, during theleR
large treo that hall h",1 an experience. It FFIItA V IT ha\I IKM made l hours of sale, to the. highest and l lot bidder -
forever Inn n the
unless liy
i he ARnnt
I' could obtain the favorof :
I ; ;; i : for cash, the rullo..lnlC real estate, towitThe '
: is situated on the camping( ground used \_ of the lalnlitT and till d In thin .1(1-n that DRY GOODS
'I the king A note on the record states ymareeaih 11I-.101.,1. of the mule of ca-t one-half of the north nn..hnl of the TING NOTIONS
for regiments plowing through Umbullu south one-half of the northwest gunner| of thenorthwest
lYj that he was readmitted five later Florida, etc. and over twent-one jean of al:.e, ,
s ;11' { ? or for the infantry regiments which years Now, therefore you are required to a|'iar to quarter; all lielnic. In sei'tlon three,. ((3),').
About the same time we find a worn the townnhlptwentyamnouthof: ( range thlrt) n e
3 t Tub 1 bill of ioiii|'laint algid in thin cause on the AND
1 I come down from the hill stations in an charged with selling ale in a short Rule HeptemlMT A l 1516 living tlteMtond ((38)) east. containing live (Ill) acres more or lessJAJNlrS .
1 winter for drill oil the plains. The canteen falr the month:. 'I''I: :' : answer or F. BOWMAN
measure quart pot, the bottom of which Choice Groceries
demur to ald Mil In due otherwise
course the
:i 1 tent in pitched near I it, and the soldiers she hud thickened with pitch and covered game will lie taken III confenwl and aid, cause angl.alll:10: Sheriff Brevard Co.

I 'II I derive a great benefit from this curious |ir
r I 11 tree, as the prostrate portion an. with rosemary, to look like bush in published: I In the IMHAX OF ALL KINDS Hay Corn Mapes' Fertilizer
f the sight <,f her customers. It was a Itt a6R ADVOCATE for four consecutive wrvka. -f 4- ,
I I swcrs the purpone of two long Beats and Done and ordered at the Clerk's cues at
common practice to put some sort of TltiMvllle lorlda, thin the 11th day if Julv,
,i ,(4 I' the upright part serves as a flhivdo from evergreen loaves iu the bottom of tank A D IMUO. aa wltneii the Huimral. J< 1m />, FINE PATENT FLOUR.
J : i t+ y the hot sun.Another Mroome JuoYeof mil.I Court, and
1 ardit hence : my a*
the
proverb, "Good wine : : I'-ra:
: :' I + Clerk tinrof; and the seal of said ,,.. : Neatly
,. I I ,, strange plant belonging Deeds! no bush to Hur sentence was to date afore.ald. Oocon--. Florida
somewhat to this is the devil ,
iJ species, "
t stand Iu the "thew, or female pillory A. A. 8TMVAUTRolililn .

, j I ; plant, found near the Lake of Nicaragua. I with half of the pot attached to It. As A: C.raham: Clerk (limit Court

+ t'i'I I It is of such a deadly nature that far Sid.furtougd't.! Seal iaui(2 I'mASIUB KISOUTS.AVIiere.to .
as possible, the cause of the offensewas COMPOUND oxyciKestorcs
I
/. I =. t'. it destroys all Insects and vegetable life I always exhibited along with the ;;aiiKvO; I Circuit (ourt I CheaplyAND

1 V/ in its vicinity Nothing seems to be able person punished go O> er the J., St. A.

f. to kill it, and though it has been burned .
Severe punishment was meted out for Notice of Attncliniciit. cV I. It. Kalluaj.Kound '.
;1 t J down several times 1 it springs up again strength, iiiUt the nenand :
endeavoring to raise the standard
;,; :M I In vigorous life, without any loss of vitality mar -trip tickets are sold to New expels dUcane
r' ket price of corn and other articles. In In the County Court of the State of Proof, the most convincing, u 'iffet(

'tj 1347 a merchant was imprisoned for 40 Florida In and for Birvird County : Smyrna anti Daytona Ormond, M. Augustine free to all w ho suffer (all end
I In Jamaica there is to be found the days for enhancing the price of his own Hlbliard. Spencer, llurtktt 1 other plices: In close proximity write for further infuimitlon B.*
\ : life plant, also almost impossible to & Incorporated. to the beach. For rates !see! below. of 200 sent free
He
ExpeditiouslyExecuted pages
t property II'Crt'tlymplo1E'd
I a mail lalntifT, V Attachment The following are a few of the well-
; kill The writer' knows it '
to be a fact Home office treatment. ( n":
or
.
I to certain
of his I
bring
the \8
own ( mer known seaside results of the East Coast:
? ..1 that when leaf is cut off and tlon
a hung up chant's) wheat to the market, whereupon 1"0. V. Clementl.ilefendantJTO free
,, I .;. by a string to dry or wither it sends out (leo V. ClementI, defendant. In alioie entitled O )IO .-One of the finest benches
he
his 1'aUn
J) A. ,
bought own at twopence more rs. Starkej
stilt, and all other Interallied7
ii white threadlike roots, gathers moll (lenon : on the tint Coast Bathing( superb

l'' r '.tI tare from the air and >rginetogrownew per bushel than the market price, of -\ <>l are hpnhy:: :notitkd that \\ritnf I At Hotel Coquina, heiser\ A Vining; proprletois 132! Arch Street Phl1.ulclfll.. ((1
ta 'hment haa \ limned I
course taking care to make the same 1 < leaves. And, still further, when it is ,roperty attiu'heil to iuttn>fy the de ,
i I well known forgetting, however' to lIIan.r of: Ilililiard! Silencer| llartlett A (.o IncoriHirated Excellent dilvcs.
pressed and packed away in a botanist'sherbarium state what he knew about the seller,- amounting. to Ninety.four dollar
,I f. it has really been known to Chicago Herald. and thirty-three cenu ColtoNAno.-td'ell worth \"IIlt-fioo l!! AT THE JACKSONVILLE STEAM Di'
Now, unleM ton nhall ) before the CourtIn beach. Coronado hotel Hacks meet
) outgrow the leaves of the book\: in which Mid null and : r.\disbar\ the
plsad| to declaration
I it was plured, The only way known to A Floral llvteetlve of Long AgaIn Pled herein at the ('lerk's ornte In Tin..- all trains and transfer passengers and --(.;.)- WORKS.
kill it is yule r lorlda, aid county and State. on the baggage; to the beach at reasonable rates
by applying a redhot iron to it times the
early Dutch farmers' of Rule Day In ouolxjr, A D 1"I6.! Iflnir the 7th Take J., St. A. A I. K U'y train to New
ii or by steeping it in boiling water the up river farms of New York had an day ur Mid month a default will Iw enteredaKaiimt inn" *
bmyrna The above establishment >I.
J'' These few examples give some idea of ingenious way of recovering pocketknives be made: you to the In due I I!art course for and nnal ai judKintnt:)::Mention, will and managemente positive tum!

'j' the extraordinary creations of the vegetable that might have been dropped or your |roierty| will be old to pay the debt D.SYTONA.-Very excellent beach for ADVOCATEPrinting our( work equal to that of am n"rrLI

world many of which must appear mislaid!! while plowing or gardening was toted thin 4Uh day of June, A I D 1ITO riding, driving and bathing hlbonlen :city.
boarding house and Seaside Inn on the
; ,
Iii'rodibla to the unscientific.' A. A. STEWART
l They going on. Cutlery was not u* cheap then
'. beach (see aclvts. on 7th page). Hacks
do not realize that there is an infinitely and abundant as in these days ; so the Kobhini&f.raham: Clerk. meet all trainsSsATUKDAY I Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed,
.J ", \ of : IMalntlrT. I Seal County I --(.;-)-
greater variety species the vegetable farmers took the thrifty irecuutUni of jllfy'.t I Court; f Ladies Goods Cleaned'! or Dj&
: world than in that part of the animal keeping two or three sunflower seeds in -

: world visible to their eyes. their knife handles Then if the knives goab .'t t
Xotko.In TO MONDAY HATES TO Dying Silks and Cleaning :
The trees and plants mentioned are fell upon broken ground and could not most delicate texture a !fcincUlt* "t,
THE !bEASIIOUE. '+-
among these whose extraordinary qualities be readily found the owners would wait : :for price list.

are well authenticated. There have until the seeds sprouted and an isolated the Circuit Court In and for Ilievaril Commencing Saturday, June 22nd, and BRf)**.. "'"T1No.

: /. been many reports of still more remarkable sunflower stalk or blossom in field or County, tate of Florida : continuing; every Saturday until September MAINHARD

vegetables' which while would -Ix CIIAXl'EJ&\ 30th, round-trip tickets to Or. Jacksonrtlle f
they are patch signalize the possibility of : 13 New nan St.,
: not clearly verified by scientific works, a missing article's being at its root 1). II \Utheson ) mond, Daytona and New Smyrna will be! Office

iii cannot be proved to be untrue. True the did \'x. I{ Hill for Divorce sold at rates shown below, limited to l1
afways
.J owner not realize Era O. Matheson ) Monday following the date of sale for
It For instance, there is the plant which the result of the scheme, because a passing T appearing by the altlilavlt of Complainant return. W H GLEASON & CO,,

;, feeds on meat: and which, while it or boy who understood the token often I riled: In the. above cause, that the Defendant: : : ,
:1 Kvalt: Mathewm, I Is non-resident of the -TO-
a
: s I 1 dinarily nourishes itself on small birds ",'Ot there" before the planter.-New Slate ofFhrldaaodover the agoof twentyoue Rew p.myrna -- ATTORNEYS IX LAXHC.\SE:

and mice, shows a fondness for raw beef York Tribune.A yean, and that the .said defendant. resides In the FROM : OnuUl..l. Daytona torCoronado
': when it is in its Another Pity of Detroit Stout of Michigan, and that B'ch Do not
placed
way there I. I." person iu the State of lorlda their TlTtSVILLK:.. .. '125 5121 .IIMI TITLES TO SPANISH GR.XTC:
I has the power of coating itself with Small no,'. Good Memory. Hen Ice a nub.na ux>n whom would I hind City 1'ointocoa 130 128 125
j the : defendant It Is, therefore: : ordered. (' ... 10111 131' 1/: AMIXED AND PERFtt TED
extracted from the
soil in
which One
of
copper the dentists!! of this city has a that the defendant Eva (). Matueaon, Iw re KockledceMu 1411 195 128: Send
I it roW8. precocious child of about summers. quired aplearaol| answer the ruudplai.ant'e:; : Oallie 2 (5: :2IS: :215: yourPRINTING

t,. ( i i. Various portions have reported the discovery The bright little fellow keeps his father sold bill of toiiipUInt on ..r before the loth day MelbourneSuliastian .,.. .. 20101 2411 241t ABSTRACTS FURNISHED A\T C..:
of +t,1s8/, or the Mid bill will be taken a* 3.0; SiAl 3 till
t 1 : of plants similar to the devil and mother wide awake during the confessed and the i'omidalnant I lie allowed to Fortl'Iert621 525: I26 OBTAINED
of proceed ex part: with his salt cause .:den .. .. ... 005) aim best' SURVEYS
I plant Nicaragua mentioned
already whole day by his wit
H and keenness. It is further ordered that copy, of tills order Jensen .- .. 511 SMT70: 111511'ewt away,
I' but possessing still more deadly powers, When the child was about 2 years of age lie published onie eath week for four oonsmu, ul leach.;: 370 77It Defective Homestead and rre-EDlPl
I even to the endangering of human life. his parent visited Niagara falls Baby I' the wetk In the I JUt I 411 Invent: AUMHATE. a w Palm; : 6 70 170 70 Entries Corrected and Perfected
urwsiaier| published In said county But keep the the !Jfr
'4 4 -New York World. went along The other day a friend of Witness, the Honorable John D llrooine Claims adjusted before

'f the family wu at the house and she Judie of Mid court. as well aa A. A Stewart, meat at Washington
lerk thereof, and the seal of said court, at the SUMMER RATES TO THE SE.\- solicited
Oeaeral Hancock' Tomb to Be Correspondence
Repaired. spoke Niagara The year-old quickly court house In Trtu.Tllle, this the Mu day of

I Colonel Lewis W. Read surgeon general spoke up that ha had been there. His July A 11111',6. SHORE. Money on the EAU GALL1E FLA

j .I j ,; of the national guard of Pennsylvania mother told him that he certainly could A. A. 8TL\\AUT, Round Trip tickets to Ormond,

', has given an order to Oror;;e not remember it, but the child said that Oaulden X: Sanders. Perk. ircult Court Daytona and Xew Smyrna, limited to East

,, (Smith of Norristowu to make such repairs he could. His mother asking him what Julj, Hols I J-anira for (. .I1I'.t. I I Circuit Seal Court ) October Slut, 18ft5\ will l>e sold daily until Coast Pineapple, Orange and LeOlI'

as are the it looked Johnnie September 80th, at following rates:
necessary upon family like replied, "It Land For Sale, ChC'ap.

vault, in the Montgomery cemetery looks like a great big ocean going awful Not ho.A -TO- By giving theADVOCATE

l' when the remains of the late General fast "Albany Journal FROM : Onuond Daytona,New fortoronado Himraa I have for sale 80 acres '>f P'J1"' 'l

Winfleld Soot Hancock repose. Mr, In the Circuit (ourt, Urevard County, B'cb land on St. Lucie river, a few mo; t'
Smith inspected the mausoleum and Perfection .f the TlTt'uvLI.61246 5226 'IM which beinjf
Bicycle. lorlda.. : lrltchardtlardeevill" .. .. 270 :141) 166 low Eden 40 of *
found the sandstone front in a sadly neg The mechanical strength of a cycle New II even Itankinic Company, *" 606 250! 206 quarter of northeast quartet ".1"

looted state some of the stones crumbling needs little comment when a SO inch (a (lorMiratloii| ). raustlna ,.. 11.1a 150 220: 18, township 38, south of rang ':
,5 (.It'I'olot. 100 32:1: '<
( away al the touch of the hand. In wheel weighing 20 ounces sustains without Mm P l>el.liua and J.wrIblue } ('ems ... 3 Ml 620: tw17U A share of the other 40 is the northea.i, *" *
*. ; .. .... 3711 3..1 of southeast quarter of
the reconstruction of the mausoleum permanent distortion the weight of 1 HvLnnahlavUe.aua V> U.lUnluo Iixjulnallouaveiiture
41hOt
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l 37 11101 171 38 south of range
Mr. Smith will use blnestona and will four .. .. township ,
iu
men standing side, with supports lluwlaKail awi d* 2115 *
I ril>AIT having Lawn mail lf..r Your bough'i
we bjr Job Work land be .
The above can
: dalltoSarno 440 4 Ml 3JnJb5
the mausoleum In '
place condition becoming
a four
at
points only under the rim the attorney fur the complainant that .. 4 So 4o 693 suitable for ?1Dra;
the of the warrior whose William 1'. Uluuaan.l JuM>|ibin. r It* per acre. It Is
dignity and nothing under the hub. A cycle MellMMirn'' .. 4 It 434 1M .
Lunt an noo-rMiikrau ( the HUM .r lemon lime growing.Will
u lorlila, or
.. .. orange,
bone it shelters. The expense will be weighing less than nine pounds will sail resole lu the city and Nun of \.wurk, TilliuanMalabar: .".. .. .485(10. 4M47a 44.1 SsoValkerta be sold In lots of .ao ac '
borne by Coioual Bead who was A per.sonal I carry A man weighing 160 to ITS and that_ they are In the belief of the afloat, 418 SKI be "rw r,
over ul *tNow cash. This land will soon
a *
ntjroiwr t
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friend of the great soldier their pounds and 24 11 rant Soft 4 4 oft : .
even a pound machine therefore bordered that you. the said -H*
Micco 1Ju.: WI acre.
friendship dating from the time when ,carries a greater load with safety than William I'. Iirl.una anti JIMH>|.hlnc 1' Ivl.una.ilo Rowland I *,. 44ft 4JuIS :<> per
I Colonel Read eater your apiwarano! In eke Clvrk olttf l liastian iwi 5 >x&> Apply to C H Walton Aura:
( who was A surgeon in the any other vehicle. Is Thou (.lie. Horl.U to the Complainant; 1nof 4 aa5Vo Graham
army, extracted a ballet from the leg of ooniplalnt on or before the Rule Slay In 8 ptviulvr .Iffiird iMNlley 5 oft I"ft3, ft 4lk office; or to Bobbins 4: a

General Hancock at Grettsybnrg. there Knelty A......... A U I**, Iwlnf the second day of the HI. LurleFort .. I 4.1 S 45 ft Iu oft I..Ir A1.1. Job work ville
uiuuth, and that you du pleat answer or demur .
,4 S i /', bysavinghislife.l'biladelphlaTimes.I The advanced woman's husband was to the umplaiaant. said bill of nnnpbintotherwise k'ierces. T 116 l" es* U 100w'hlmtSty She
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gazing idly into the window of the secondhand confessed the and sou laid.11I1.cause taken will be against orderad you a to. AukouaK.len ... 7 :J6 f.H., sIM ArtistioAlly'gottor.ape: :

t store where a number of mottoes urncved **-|>arIIU .. Jensen" .... fill T,*::1I..au.
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directed that this order shall. .
"What Is Home puMiibedID j
were displayed. Stuart 15. TM
Right H. w_ the IxniAX KIVEB: ADTIH'*TK maw ark w""k "' 610 : : RUBBER '
Alicia I S lo T tf
Without Mother? ha read In letters of T loSo
A for four eoueeutlrs weeks
0 "Now, began the oraor, "In considering Inn mIss $5, I Soto
i green and yellow worsted. Urn and ordered at the Clerk office at Heb. Sons;... : Ia1 TtoMt .t
the money question, let us avoid "11w I" he muttered. "Thd Is Titnnllle. t.kw..... this the tend day i>f July w eat Juplwr.. I l ma t IIIW 1BAtislttotio11.QuArLtntooct.: : .
falsa issues. easy Iwft\. aa wlln... the Itommlile" John It. Hroouw, 1'aI" .......11 1 TO &o tn BRASS r
i to answer. My family is. most of the flt and A. A. Stewart, clerk of Mitt _n'l I
BlabS air shouted Mr. Fall-
you time. abut written. Conductors will aeU tickets from
+ ; wheat. "I thort I was buyia 18.000 of Indianapolis.Journal A. A. STEWART, Divalent stations, : .

'em once and it tamed out to be saw Bromine was discovered by Bailor Robblnt r Graham, Clerk Ctranit Court I '
STEEL aSea"
: dust.Indianapolis Journal of Montpelier in 1826. Hoi*.fm (:Comul t. I Heal Jotcru RiCH.iRpsox, Send us your I Iorders. / '
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II 1 6ngT-aupll( ,Clrc&tIAwrt I General raaaeoger Agent IAanstl MIS wetan Ms.a



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INDIAN RIVER: ADVOCATE, AUGUST 9, 1895. '7
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Utiial CPID IIAS AN ENEMY :aOTmLS.1: f The Trunk Line.


RSISTENT SOLICITORS WHO DETER -- I bW Tro'pical



clog I WOULD-BE BENEDICTS. I Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.

,,..... .. V..t..... Mad. Eats flawd 5iA; I

A, .. by the float roe Bmln.a.-A Half /1 THE WRONG IDEA. JOSEPH 11. DUHKii, llecoivui'.

Wsrnl.a From i a Life Iniaranc '
10101 Mr" r {e t \\' WM Not the On. to Catch -
I tier ay Right ----- -- .
... I J i a alga -Wn'TII--"-,-I TIn,. Table. In trr..t: Apr, t\, '11." --:---..rfli-.-:-,..-t---cr...- -;--
r.7"1:I'I" .N. .. _
ITs When the young man walked Into the Si "Men are just like fish. "observed the .. .. I.11311_ I' MLwlr:.I ....IAC ","UIi\ .....t.. .Ar I $III II '.' 1'11I! -
office and timidly asked the ss mMrase till: girl in gray, "and I don't wonder . I 1Mp Pl5a .. ..Orce11t'.veSprrnas.. . ... Mesas 4MI'hl. .. ., .
vr.papcr .. .. . ...
t au III 1101'1' I0rUa. . ." .I'.I..tkA IMsm 16apm 93apmeMra "
if the would kindly insert.otirt that Mr. Darwin thinks they are de . . .
lets editor he scendcd from them : : iula 19 11cepiIe57a:MIA: I Vela.\ : (: .;. Inwi: : ; ii..n' ..::: : ::: 3aayio 354pu: \: :I IIapm Irerpm I: :: .

of bin app- of . ... Creea, Rita IJSla. . .... e.11iCe... .. .. .. .. ... aSlIlIl,1 Sii per, Iaa'pnr:
Cc thought of the trouble he wanffiim "I think Mr Darwin only spoke .. .. .. 111:111I: UN.e ilvxa.. .1..1"011 .rlnlC'l.. . .. '". 91apm' IlJU.h'
tie .. . . .. ... '
npou hU head. ales, dear mildly suggested; the girl 1114'1. I II'lIll i'l: 1".1 1I..t..I. a 11111I 141pmIM13Am

announcement down wan printed Sun with the eyeglasses; ', II III.. .. : : t.:1: . ..IIt.I..II.I. : IIr, :: :: :: : : :: :a: ::; .

The reached his office Mon. "Did lie? Well, it's all the name anyhow .44' 1' ..".nf..r.I.. .. .. .. .. .,.I.v 1lOIIIIm: Iorpnt510aa.4Iaa
When he .. .. .. 12111' .. Orlsndn. .. .. .. 114..11I11'1"11I..1.. ...
', found a stack of letter waiting I'm no buoy with the man of today .. .. leea\ a 117 I' .. .. ... KI..IIIIIIIMI. .. ., ..I loabam'' .. ..
be .
addressed in a bond that I don't care to go; back any .. .. .. 111<111I ""'1' Ar. IIMrt..w .. .I.. Morean.ia ,'' .
; him, every one HOTEL ROYAL TOIXCIAXA, ... .. t2.III\\. .. .. ... .
I'm the .. . . . II ".. . .I.un'" u..r.la. .I. :
he did not know. He whistledhen farther lUre poet was quite .. .. .. .. .. :ea .IOI.Ar I .. Tsmpa.. .... ... .. .., III:1.h.: .. .. ..
riling ditto the J'.\I. j BKUH: LAKE OKTIt.. sensible when he said that the proper ... M Mill I u, T ;' a m .
Inch he opened the first, sec- study of womankind is man : :: : .. 4ccAr; I: .: .:::::+IW { iT:: : .. : :t:11I11 .. L iloanr.::: :: :::

+d d I. looked a bit surprised at the con.Dt. '\111": serf fhnre : . 'ort Ar III Tr"rue.. .1 5nn.'
rs ( II :11I1' w v. T''I'II 11"1' s11
of the third and swore fluently OPEN DUIUNG TilE XMNfl.lt .:ASOCCO OD.\TIO ( 1ORHFII 1,0.10. "I-I think ho said 'mankind,dear, Tara, lIIul l rl. II ea"".. Ar .'. bevy w ml . .1... I"m p m ,,:...1. a..1a'.
the balance of the pile. At noon hinted the girl with flee .YI'jII\J111t'8. l1'ed. ..n."t. .. ..111.11I'", Ar. .. Ilavans.. 1..1:1:11'1'11I: \\.I..n".t.

rough At night there were \ X\. MfKtnti, Minager. The girl in gray turned fiercely upon 51anI.nJxcksm.rllrAr. Map" I .1..l.J..;.;. "'lIeArl -- 5IJa .tJae..nr.ntlleAAr'.' '
ere were more. her "8t>* here, Emily Marshmallow, t2'11I1' .ArEnterpriseI.e: SUs tJ'J : 1'.1.,kill Ar Iaepl: \ ciaS: : .' I.'cc.'Ityde.Ar Peels

hers -- know all about 's- and aas1Ar:: :\ (been I.yx44' : :: ": 1 :, ::: 1i5pAr:\ fnng-rl::, Pbia
evident curiosity of his -- -- yon may apt yen aespArT.srrranel.v: : 71:4: I :11'1'\1.\ IlnnuuI : at.i : U:571. AriNAeli'leet.r P"es
BEYi Despite the he did the height of the north polo and-and 4)1\1' A.. "' .. .. III.. Irs,ems I.vttrtqIVItresCngns! Lr tua':
laborers in the office not ;: spaliv1slc.. ,11eAr. coop i -51safwSwIoi: : t; ierptlialp i
low ; Iota of other nnnec **ary things, but .5iInl.rjackanteArbCSq: sr r
soul) into his confidence until the HOTEL MELBOURNE Cooomoo }lf i OTEL' :'l In SIIr.r,1 I Ar11e.a girl 211.1., Iaialka Ar her tIlopIr; 5.nfrnl t:1 } 4r,
k* a 'IIATIIN I do that : : : : : : ;
Then he remarked to his r'f rtanit). you know na well an they I9ipI.v: : alann'e Ar1044 II 4saArllawthornrIv I a4I': I" i3'q' 1r. 1'a.ls sus3opAr
lied day won't do yon a bit of good with a man : : O..I.n'. 1.III.... lieOpArOatnraIllei.v: : 144'1' : 11"1' \r alllsca Iv a41aIAM1p'Ar
.,. tessav : : ._ .:.. / MI.. 'n I.rtOaaa\ I I4I.Ar I5'.I* Ivk71:7ri. : I 1Pq.sr Tevarr. lIIIIaI'I"r
km MELBOURNE Indian Rim FLORIDA he for to 'her'
uiilcM is examining a M I.V\
i I'ei American life instir you 52": '' .l.v / I..h"r" I. tI M5 1"1' Ar I'Idorsdn \ San:
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the great 6."J.... .. krSt.15'trn'I .
isn't overlooking any bets QOpen all the year round. idol! Flsli ;"/.J: __- -- certificate. and precious: little then, III tI\1' g1,! 5ArlIr_ 'nk. ills I.\ n 415 tI 'ay' Ar IA'f'.I urg 1I''a'
Ice, man I and fRwcslGi p.' ; with the pair of eye you have in your
Hunting Rates
is he? UK Yachting. f \ ". r t.nIM Dally t Itallyen11Hunday' .
days "
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eee
$Y.,0 and upwards tI ; head, she ended up triumphantly
'Wherefore this outburst? J'\AN \ Train 21: and 7M earn through I'litlnian llnffrt Hlrri' .Init earn I Iwlvtmnrw \irk and Tain)1'11I.
the to be went to a Proprietress, Mil. I. M OAIIDYAILL'S "What MM it about the fish any Train. 13 and :Through l-ullman I hullci Sleeplnm-sr. lulwifii. t'h..h..a".n,1 Tani|'al .
new For sad er groom Special Feitnic at Coronado:-Mini. how" asked the girl with the eyeglasses .
a tack containing W. 11. 11.1.. U. II. A"t"II.\.
4kn rawer produced crate rites solid comfort no ostentation suddenly 1 interested in the subject ,"n t7 letters-he said that was the exactumber good fishing good cooking Write .
his friend did not countemthe FLOATING HOTEL
though for teinift
,
"The fish Oh, I remember Well
accumulation since that fate
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At the Railroad. ',"Imrf AI you see, if you try to catch them with a
ul 1 Sunday morning hook and too suspicious Jacksonville
of them is from West Palm Beach line they are ,
Every blamed one HO I FOR BISCAYNE BAY I ITILE to bite uultwa ,von lure thorn with a'V'ry
,me agent for some life insurance com Free from Flies and Mosquitoes SeaFood bright eolurtMi fly. Hut if after
------ you go St.
nv who want to insure my lif a Each a ::; >itl ilty. Augustine
the OUFAT OBJECTIVE POINT them with a net and just slip it neatly
f'i us represents the best company on E. E: their heads easily enough
over they are
VAIL1- rtvp- HontiKctkcrH When get
the earth. Each pays the 1 lstrgestvideuds you
of "
ace lauded. & Indian I
Each invests the money of there Stop at ..... River
"Oh I" blankly replied the girl with .
t. patrons to the very best advantage PALMETTO if HOUSE the eyeglasses! ,

)NSt :ich. moralizes on the uncertainty the of The Lemon City Hotel "M'hm And that horrid Clara""Oh Railway.Tliiio :'
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me
If e and seeks to impress upon Daytona, Florida. it'* all about Clara, is Lt?"
lemn duty I owe to my wife that is to is. is t>r u Table In rffrrt: July Mill, IHIIX
"It She busy today deciding
life insured for a million At Lemon City, the tenMnua of the
to get of dollars.my And each blessed oneas Rooms, without board during the Hack Line, on Biscayne Hay Airy whether to call him Wilfred "or Mr. All Rail Line to Lake Worth via St Augustine, Ormond and

r two the announcement of my summer month Apply to room, comfortable bed, good tiblu, Sweetie after they are married Rockledge, -
come since Mite. DAMDHON, Piojdittress. term reasonable. "But I thought he was quite a* attentive -

proachmg wedding was printed.a moment, :-r Hood fishing and hunting In the to you ax to her" South Bound North Bound,
ItrEN The young man paused neighborhood "He was, but I used a book and line,,

lien he dug into the pile and after docn arw D. jr (ONNOLLY, Pi op. Clara a net. He i* gasping a little yet,, x" :k x":11: x,,ran, Ix...3:1 s". 714.1 I :o.'jIw1I,

moments' search produced a HOTEL # CARLETON but he is safely lauded. You sew, Clara .iacks"nvl'Ix' 5 e.n Ii 41 .. .. 1st,,' llcarh -. 11 a nr -
tent which he shoved at his friend, Lemon City, Dade Co., Fla. and I had discussion not long ArSt. Auguxtlne.: ; Ia 1M1 : 6Ia I p: .. ln: I ; .. .. .... : I ? l;
a
agoabout .. ... 11rl.. .
I.eSt. AIIIt".tllle 'Inil:! s I. W.Ju..lt.. eta a .
Imply saying Jacksonville, Florida. the bent way to manage a mall: I.. Ilaslings . ... .. ? 1..11..1... 17 a ,
Ju8t look at the devilish ingenuity who kept calling and calling-and saying I.eFSMIslarka.: .... .... I.AI".I. .

splayed hing.The""thiag"in the was construction about the size of of that a Ooi>o ito po tofnce. x HOTEL COQUINA x we wrote nothing to in the particular editor of To The decide YoungLady' It! .Ht+; :;.,,. ..:., Idhl 1I351. i.... .. : --:. i,g ;tkuuI..1: :..: : f .a a i'I'I;.. .lea ::: .. ::

Chaperon. The reply was, 'Re t.. .
utrical poster known as a three sheet, Under New < fuse occasionally to sue the young ArIrnxn:} elud: : ,: :: I: 2M1I'I'a ----. =::7:'. T. Iv: elrllmnr. ,;is.: :::' .. 11 2M a m 1321' :: :

II other words, three of them will paperhe x Management. x 1..lIrn",1 .... .... ... .. I.eCxn.o. . ... . .

2nrfer side of a barn. Down the center, at -HRMOND.BY.THE-SEA, man."And did you follow""I I.e I.vOnn"nIJune: Iraytrns, .::. i 17411.' ; .. .. ::.: ::: : :: :::: I.l'uutlallls.Ielhekierige.: : :: :: :... :. IIassm. .a41p : : .::

Regular intervals, were a lot of mottoes did. Wilfred called the I.. fort IIrA"Ir. .. I 19 1\\\ I' . .. .. .. .. I.v C.....sr .. .. .. .. ... .. 1:113: I'I) 42111' .

Itlto and warning exhortation printed in type Open all the Year -..... FLORIDA. the paper came. Clara happened very to day be \ewMarlnra.I.errxk: 11111..I::: r Jl M :: 8IM1.a .:. :: ". I.e'Icy I.TlriuIll: : Point..'.,.: :::: ...::. i 'rii''" m 'ilnl' : ...

three times the size of the context, and Coolest and located 1..Tttn.vlllt. .. .. 22111' 1135a: 1..II..k 11111 .. ... .... .... .. .. .. .. .. .
most pleasantly with me up in my twu room at the time,, 1..I..t.( .. amp ..... .... Iv ?.wSngens.. ... 24"1'11I 1134" .
in red ink. Here is one choice extract hotel for the summer month Thor. SUMMER RATES: 8.00, ffI.OO and and I sent down word that he would: I.I.v\ly. ..'...,.a." ., . .. aU11" .Iol51' a I.e I'ort. IIr.IIK. .. ..... ... .. .... .. ".
from the document : "In the midst of oughly refitted and elegantly fuinlshed I.e i'r .... Ir Iaytoua a 3e u, .
life in death. Elevator. All modern $10.00 per week. please excuse me, aa I was engaged. Thou I:, Fxr: ;k.li111 : : : :: U :: .. 113:l$ A'... ..:.ArOrru.r'I. .::.:: :: .... 9e; I I: ur : '. .. :
we are Improvement what do you suppose that deceitful I.y".r" : .. .. ... .. .. i.IUrllrrlld . .
Let us call your attention that it is KATKS:-*J.:50 to. $:3.50 per day. Clara did? \11'1I"'nrn8.: .. .. : ,19oip: .. ... Lv"rmnndJnnr.. I. 1" ..I .
husband's duty-his solemn dutyto Special by the week, and to Commercial SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are .. Ar. East: I'sietka.S. an I'I). .

I3 -every provide for those dependent upon Specialties at Ormond. "Went. down herself? : 841'1"; 1'1". 4aul' 5anaaa Alatatrow. .... ... .. .I.I h/5 I'lIIj------: :
rememberedthat ; I ..
Men.Only "N 110. She suddenly 1."tl..8..1 LY al
hotel that the electric : : .
him. No one knoweth when the angelof cars pailsto : ::: : : :: : : .. ::;: : :: : Arl'alska, :- : : :
hovel and from depot ::1r" For Circulars, address she had forgotten to pout an important :::.':::: :::' :::1 I4pw: : :::I I II. .
death may knock at the door of letter and ran down the buck stain I: I':: : :.:: :: : HH :::: :::. : Iv l'alstka. 3 Me p
01" or mansion and how can one be preparedfor CRAPO & LeVENE ,... 11,1w I4nad. .. 11110 I' .. .. .. .. .. .. i.r ... Ir
SEISER & VINING and over home. Of course he went right Lw.hrplter .... 5 25 .. .. ..... ... A.. $t. 6Npnr.i." :
his coming unless time is taken by Proprietors.ST. Managers, over there, aa the sly thing/ knew he I., Riviera.... ... PISA .. .. ., IV An"n.tlne.I..1 III "I'I" .
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the financial forelock? Think of the ray A..WI..III1I..III1311I'. . .. .... .. / 616T "' .. ..I
would, so she just ran into the back JIIU"lor -
of hope which "'breaks through the cloudsof ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. .
where he'd be rare to hoar, and Bobbed
bitter bereavement when the sorrowing AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. 'Oh, mamma, he-he has just b't'n A. & W. Branch
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cues reflect that by the careful fore over to see Eva again and. and she O\'TII ill'(ISIS. NOIITII l'IJPNl4


been thought those presented of the dear from departed adding It is poverty its horrorsto hall to COLUMBIA HOTEL THE wouldn't mother, being even see a widow him, while, understood 1'II"r at i.e. .New STATIONS.-"myrna -- -Se.---I No.l 7M1n- s". Nn.. .-... I KTATIONS.. (.lty June Su I I So. .
of the "
duty -211
grave. your once unmet said, 'I dou't know really .. Lake 1I..I..n : 'I ..r .. ... IIflnlt.. ,'It,. \II .. .. I
provide for your loved ones. Do not putit what are talking about, i.e lunge City ... .I) 6Ira.. ..".. .... . I..ke 11..1"11 II .. ...
)pool
my
you
Located St.
off until tomorrow, for in the language Centrally on George VASSAR ,r .!. ('u, Juue. .. .. Ar N..wllmyrnlll
Sweetie f the
fib chil<;\. Mr t In parlor
of the poet, 'Tomorrow never Street. 'feat how on earth did you find out All lralu.I '' Jackseniris a, .I Pt. Augraltine.Train. I
oomes. Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park, just how it hapJOJu'IU" Y.1, N, wand 75.rerth of Nt. Angu.tlne. dally.x.:: ; ,t Sunday

There was another paragraph in the and a full view of the Ocean and t 16 Webb Ave., Ocean Grove, N. J, "I suspected something, dear, BO I followed Satnr.Train ly.Ti' 2'11I "vel')' 1I10n.I..", W"e.'la.ld Frllla). train JII'Ir, Tnrsdsy. 11.nr-.Jay. and

document that showed the touch of afilter rolling breakers from the piazzas. close on Clura's heels, but before TIua-Table.hose Ills times at "hh'h trains may toO expected. tn sale allol depart. from

e t hand. Jt ran something like this: -#} One Block from the Ocean. 4- I could get into the room the door had the am .rd.tatlrne. but their arrival or departure lilt the tlllle. atatllol I. n..t guaranrer I .nor d. e.
designed the l'OIJ1p"'YIII..hll",1f re.I.'n.III. f..f soy delay ur any eunsequenres arl.h'lI thrrcfonn'
Our devised and
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policies are closed her and that horrid mother
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upon 'UUITT, "ONEI'( 1I1'IIAltI'ioflS.!
It
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to meet the wants and needs of W M TEAHEN Proprietor. OPEN June 1 1895. c.- of her took me up stair to ask my advice ..' _restJe11t U..o'l I'auengrr. Agr11t.
all people desiring insurance. They are about the making over of an ok

liberal They are honest. They bring "Chicago Time Herald.
the very best returns. We have ideal Gas, Electric Dells and I perfect system MRS. B. M ANDERSON. gown.
of Sanitary Sewerage. ,
policies! which we can safely recommend. .
1I Didn't Know
W. can and will guarantee endowment I

result at much less than endowment New the Man office on hours Morning here PaperWhatare Send the "Advocate" some of Job
rates And again we pledge ourselves to OPEN ALL TillSEASIDE": YEAR: RO'NI your
Old Man (carelessly)-Oh, only from
famish ELBORDEN
paid up policies at far below the HOUSE 3to4.
usual cent Our dividends are often five ,

time as large as those of other comPanies INN On the Beach New Man-That'M KIT*VAT good. Printing orders and you will be satisfied.

on simi lar policies. We also. make ,
At Sea Ili-ooxo, Tin. New Man-Say, I didn't know ye-
II specialty of making liberal loans to
when told what the of-
terday, you me
Opposite Daytonn.is
our clients on their policies We are in The house has been enlarged to twice ,
flee hour were, that yon meant from a
the field for business and we mean to get iU original size and improved in every
m.' to 4 a. m.-Somerville Journal
it. NOW OPEN. p.
1 And don't you forget It. way A new building comfortably fur
Do not leave your wife and babies nl hetl. Best of surf bathing, good lUli-
_...
dependent on charity. Ing and a beautiful, wide, smooth beach First-class table; comfortable, airy Vl.dl ..
for driving and bicycling. and "The author of the play doesn't like I
The elocutionary effect the benedict rooms pure drinking water. Reduced -
>< be threw into the reading of these extracts Hate ."1.INI |MT day; 8perUl rale by the Rates for Summer: *7.:0, $8.00 the way you acted the part of Koiiciufr FLORIDA BOAT *! WORKS

gamed him a round of applause M'wk, and tU.OO. Apply for rooms at once to ko," remarked one amateur actor to an ,

from his companions. It also brought to H. F. STEWART Proprietor. SYDNEY IIA1GII, other.
w Indian River Florida.
hIm the "What was the matted""lIe Melbourne, -
knowledge that every other ::r Furnished cottages for rent. Sea Breeze P. O, Floi Ida. that regular
mall" in the office who was married-In nay you were a
stick. "
Lnicago-had been similarly afflicted.
the of criticism edo .
But that "Well. replied subject
brought no balm to his soul
- --- -- thoughtfully,"ron know Kosciuskcwa
t eb::nkhlt continued to kick. He didn'l -- ----- ---- --- -- -- "
the proper thing to do and he a Pole. Washington Star. 'Cc ==

"Bounced his intention of writing a O. II. VOSS. = o yx

'inmlar letter to the various individual On Coiuolatloa. :>> (

wh1, had importuned him to "take a Winkles-Old chap, how gray you arc ::::-

risk'and informing them of his feelings INDIAN RIVER HOTEL, getting I And only 85 too. "'C -

Kinkle*-Well, there i* one godsend eOd dAC

Don"t do it, my boy," said the head s #' ',,i s anyway. ::::-
Winkles And tbuttKinkletiY.lIIJ1u
"fkkwper "Wait until after you are TITUSVILLE c:>> ; > c:=
the god love dye
oamed Y"11 will get forty of these t :
Indian New York World.
lUvor.ria.
things young ,
then to and then you'llUTI '
one now, c.r.2. C'a:
u.. get out another letter. Wait till ,- Ter:; 00 =
then nd r Another Ino*.UoB. w .--.
1s then yon can address yourself 2 tj
s &t J* and Mr Arthnrby-Juotthiukl I Yon'1l1le Sa
the time the life in'arant .
same to
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O. ir voss, cr.2:::;
ageut the furniture dealer, the Mrs. Arthorby after our wedding day. E..
6mec> the man who baa a second hand MAVAOEU.OJKH Mini JameMoo (one of the new women S

*wtag machine to sell the philanar 5 r- ) Not at alL Yon will be Mr. Jame- "** 44 q

1 :>t who want to see young people I ,;'! a All The Year. on when we're married.-Chicago nee "

get l along and who often yon a lot way ord. Boat haulod out and Hc}>aii-od at tho lowoyttigur'o.4.

out rich w the suburb that will make you Prompt attention given to ordorH.Cntimatori .
m years the rental agent, them Only a few minutes' Tk. it..wdy.
tithe yivon on all kindH of boat**.
lover. again in the
n milkman the cockroach exnn walk from lUllwiy station "Anna, your *
n4tor, aud all their kith and kin. i t rf and Steamboat landIng kitchen till 10 o'clock last night I can Agents forth*Celebrated

You'll hear from them all. for all *. not allow that any more."
they
WOLVERINE ENGINE for (the East Coast of Florida.
tend the society column of the daily ? i On the banks of the ""I, too have been thinking if w.00IildA' .

reps. ,* and the newly married are their II .- far-tamed Indian IUnr."C'NDmn. have supper little e.rlier.-

"""mate prey"-Chicago Tribune. : I1TZ7s 11N1LGirI'tJI1ffiNT. FRegende Blatter. A.. T. ROSE.



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; l'' INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 9, 1695. _



t I'or .Nile or i\chanjfr: ,, richest, noblemen of Europe. Highest of all In Leavening Power.Latest U.S. Gov't ReportDnVAIBakins
t ... "Mr. Dwyer Is a gentlemen of large THE ROBBINS1GRAHAM Cft
w4 I business Interests, owning vast marble
One 8iIOttM. sorrel horse; gasp lIadllll.rII quarries and mining Interests, and hat
} work; 1,.." .... \It.I''IIII' tractor. He has made the date of Oi'. Paid Up Capital 2500000.

".\. It. C.," !gon his home for a number of years past,
'J : Care of ADVOCATE. as much of his business Interests are ci LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.
Tltiistille, Fla. the Taclfie coast." ,


For Hale. JL jt gE5g S for sale a' list
Sloop TIII: SIIILL KOAD.Er | We have large of careful;'

For sile: sloop-Irene, 40fLxlflonntgp ; ABSOLUTELY PURE selected Indian River Properties, J JAgents

1927-loOj: In iirst-class cond. >r.x, FLA., July 5, 'f 6. ---- -- ------- --- -
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Sale Lands of the Florida
y t tlon. New sills: : head-room In cabin I did not that If the was 'IJOAHD. for of Coast '
a + trade Kditorn;/ t nay county imivAiti> SCHOOL IT.C.A1"V.AL .
Best boat of her sire and '
party or on Canal Transportation (,0.
I it r the river Trice, 40000. Apply toIl An article In your Issue of the 2nd bonded for (200,000 the necessary expense

( 1% C. B. Tyndall!, \\nveland, or Capt. Inst., signed "Inquirer," asks an answer of printing and! floating these t bonds The above Board had their usual L.AN'DS.florida .
Peter Nelson, Tit II II\"11I0, Fla., where ..he to In regard to the she would be 10 per cent, which would be monthly session on Monday and Tues Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa Key West Railway ,
It may be seen *tf a proposition $2(1,000.: ( that I said would! go Into the day, the following members present Lands. Disston Company' Indian River Loan and Investment t,? 1Dp\:
Rump
road which, If stated M he Intended, can hands of a certain Tltusvllle firm and : A. L. Hatch, O. B. and and other Low Priced Lands
most be answered In the affirrestive. would be distributed the John with County Supt. J. II.
j' Itanium Stickers For Sulc.TWt'nty assuredly not among Henry; Money to; Loan A.1wayls on van
He says: "Would the people poor, unfortunate fruit and vegetable SlImli.I ,
At Ten cent, in semi to ivlt.
per
Board completedthe
growers to help to tide them over until I During the sitting the
I thousand Royal Dwarf Banana of Brevard county be willing, If some their groves and pineapples come In. financial statement, which will appear Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
Suckers for sale
40.00 per 1,000. rich man would to build the road
agree In next week' ADVOCATE.
a, Apply to C. T. Vrmirier, Yours truly, Titut vi11e. Florida.
materi
from Tltusvllle to Waveland, to exemptall R. C. Cnrrcii Order were made to purchase
Eau; Gallle Fla.
= of his property that he might have al for repairs of schools at Cocoa and
I o- Orant, and for a new school-house at
'(F Fancy Pineapple Slip and .Suck In the county for ten years from tax. "'VV'LL1Ltod.A.: ; Mail: Lotus, with Mr. W. O. Ronald as !super
atlon. I mean some one not now In the visor. It was also decided to establish a
In section at once to sell staple
-." era For Sale. county." This much I quote, a* It I I. every school at Coquina. -)} *
!goods todealetaj; no peddling; experience havIng
t 'I : Qu-; and "Abbakas." the substance of his article and carries unnecessary; best side line. 'j .() a No other business of Importance
"Egypthn come before the Board, the usual ad-
1 I I J. Apply to MADDOC A MATTIIAMM' with It the Idea that this rich man doe month. Salary and expenses or large made
was
journment
I !' a I i The Palm Beach Pinery, not now live or own property In the commission made. Address, with 2 cent
i fI,; f West Palm Beach, Fla. stamp for sealed particulars, Clifton Soap
and that he Is to build the she
county and Cincinnati neal
Manufacturing Company, Genuine Bargainla
I H road and make a present of It to the Ohio.CHOICE. DRUGSCHAFFEE ...

,, : I (llncnpi Plant For Hale.A county, provided the people are willing Estate.No. :: : :

't f ; that what property he may purchase Twelve of hammock
j 1.1 I A limited numl8mooth Cayenne, 1. acres
J" 'I' Abakka, Golden Queens and Knvllli shall be exempt from taxation for tenrears. =.- = land at Sharper River : about 300 feet

,:. ( City pineapple pHnts at reasonable rates "Inquirer" says still further: front on Indian and runs back to
J. tit F. M. T\irn county road; has upon It a house of sir
"Surely we can live If he don't come, X Plants.
',1.' 10tf Fort Pierce Pinery. which statement confirms the Idea that _> Pineapple rooms, stable almost, outbuildings new; coat of,house etc. *Has 1,000bain a; & CO. n

]I II ,. .his rich man Is a non-resident and non. In large or small Quantities. grove 011 500 large beating tees, In tine ,.

"1. .. For_Stole property owner of, the county at present Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka, condition before the freeze, and will soon e

I I' Such being the case, his propositioncould Envllle Golden recover and bear good ci'op. Remaindc
: Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka and Golden City, Queen of land cleared, and Is of best quality for
'"' ; 1 Queen pineapple: suckeis, range, lemon not be answered otherwise thanIn Prince Albeit, Vailegitcd: vegetable farm. This property was held TITUSVILLE FLORIDA;

,' 1 and! grape fruit trees, Noonan strawbcrr; the affirmative Why .should the Smooth Cayenne, Charlotte firm at $0,000 one year ago; will sell today ,

t n : plants, and umbrella trees.JAS people of Brevaid county refuse such a Rothschild, Kiptey Queen, for .1,800; $1,000 cash and $2,200:
q r MUTT, Jamaica Ripicy remain mortgage. This is a
on
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offer ? Aside from the Orders delivered piomptly.OHLAMM may
l: ,; Orlando Nursery, magnanimous 5y most desirable place for a home, good .
I t )i, Orlando, Fla. amount of money put In circulation by ) OIc,tPE A 'nt:1T CO., location, close to postoftice', school, THE BEST FERTILIZERS .7

.' .1- "\ the building of the road, let us consider C. S. VAN HOUTEV, Treas. church, etc., and In a nice neighboihood.
,; 1t i 1\ Correspondence solicited. Orlando, Fla. The bareland, alone is almost worth the
the amount of this rich man
t money
t White Woman Wanted.
!' 1 would also have to put in circulation by; price asked. With a Pare Bone Basis, are Manufactured b by; the

II 1 the of to make it No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with house
purchase propeity an
I Wanted
the services of ttll
a mtddle-a
.r i 1 white for >:! object to him to the with 100,000 s it !: .': ,{ i: of eight rooms, artesian well, large por
woman, Jcm.ralork on a present county
( tion cleared, etc. ; adjoins hotel propertyat DARLING FERTILIZER Cft C COP O
; r L. B.
1
," I"'I liume plantation for the on Indian Klver. A good a 00,000: shell road. What amount 01 Sarno, near Eau Jallie. The land

v (t'a I, right party I'ro 'el'ty'Ould he have to buy to jUII'tlfythe ; ..Choice Home Grown.... alone is worth more than price we quote,
I- Address, "I). E. F. "
$2,2:! jO. The owner refused $,000 a year
1 advance of JOO,000: ( (or whatever the
: Cue of An u>c AT K, ago. He must sell without delay, and PAWTUOKET, R. 1.
'
.1 I > Tltustille, Fla. road might cost), for the privilege of PINEAPPLE PLANTS has authorized us to take *J,2! ;:>0; $1,:210;, tine itoril
Grower to make !
There Is nothing like Darling's Pineapple
from taxation for ten .
/ being "exempt cash, balance may remain on mortgage.No.
; .f I, years f" I ask "Inquirer" to figure this plants, and solid, sweet, juicy fruit that will ship well. We also carry in .tcl
1 To Keep PoVlajje Stamps From up and rcpott. Surely he would haveto Abbaka, Envllle City,Smooth Cayenne, 3. One hundred and thirty-six ;50 and 94 per cent Sulphate Potash, Kainit, Nitrate Soda, Flour of Sulphur Bru'{
land New Kiver.
'1 and Sj.l00Crell! of at Cotton Seed Meal, baled Tobacco Stems, Granulated Tobacco Stems, and crab: I
Sticking. make very large purchases fact, Golden Queen, Prince Albert, Variegated Ihiee-quarters of a mile water fiont. bone for chickens. By Write to us before buying elsewhere and save mow:J
t more than we could reasonably expect Smooth Cayenne. Finest plants: prompt Description as follows: Lots 3, 4 andS
f i i. : of section 13, township 50, south of Branch Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla..
t. I Tut a piece of paraffined i paper-sucl from sales that would be made to other (11'11 very.
: i GEO.: I. RUSSELL, range 4:* east. Price $1,000 for the Rear of 28 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Malt It
tv 4 r AS your grocer uses to cover lard and purchasers as a result of the road-I: whole tract, or less than $7.50 per acre; Laura Streets. O. B. WEEK, Agent. dT: Send for Pocket Memoranda &KGroceries ,
: I" qJ' buttei'-against the gummed side. Then the county should build It; and at the Orlando, Fla. or we will tako $10 I'erCre! In forty -
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t ; a jon can carry them about or mall them same time have the opportunity of sell ;22f Write for I'I'ICCS.FOR acre tracts. We believe a purchaser -

,I :: with Impunity; and when you remove Big to outside parties, provided this rich can sell as this soon land as and steamers double begin his EI :se.: .:C .,

-:1: It! the piper the stamps are still gummed.IUATII man did not buy up everything for sale, to money run through the canal next

.i 1 4 which he would have to do to make his SALE. December. We own this land ourselves Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer r

: exemption by saving of taxes come but need money to develop other ,
OF
TIII DUCIIISS
i, f, i -, nearer the amount he paid for the road. PINEAPPLE SUCKERS *#* enterprises, hence offer it at a price I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
will insure sale. this
t 01' CASTI:LUCCIA. which early Buy
) I; hardly think a rich man (emphasis on laud and double your money. tuple Ac I Jiiiey Grioeei'ic, l"'rwii
,! he rich) would view this matter In the C AND SLIPS.
No. 4. The north three-fourths of And Food Products
'i : The Duchess, de Castcluccla, or Mrs light that "Inquirer" presents Itj; but If southeast: quarter of section 7, and of of
Of All Kinds. Also My Stock
t I I Tamajo, who died at West Point, N. VJ'jkliv ., he did, It would' be a case of "A fool and Egyptian Queens. lot 4 of section 8, In township 38, south
Red Spanish.Pernambucos. of 41 east 150; Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal\
nioiniiig, spent many lel: OIlS In ils money soon parts range containing acies. Hay, ,

.., I Florid and one or two In this city. The Probably this Is one of "Inquirer's'ittle St.This Lucie tract River has a, two large miles frontage from the on railroad the Ground Food and Wheat.I .

headquaatera of the duke and duchess midsummer jokes I think It White Antlquds.Finest crossing. Price $15 per acre. am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively:: in the above UM

while In Jiiksonvillo, was the Carleton would be well If people would sign their Goods. I buy clone, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence! liDO soli
!I, hotel. The duke articles written for and Best Suckers and Slips on No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township; your patronage. Very truly
i was somewhat of an names to publication, Lake W OJth. Prompt and quick deliv-
41 DR.AD.A'
; 37, south range cast, containing 77 23. L.
eccentric character, and his wife shared for If It Is worthy to bo published, it Is ry. Write me for pi'ices. acres. This tract has a quarter of a

t I in a degree that falling. The duchess worthy of their full endorsement, which K. II. PAHKIVtft 1'nlm Reach, Fla. mile front on the St. Lucie River at

i was a large woman: and even at that requires their name Stuart Station. Price $35 per acre.

., s h; time was welt advanced In life. Both I have carefully rend everything pub- No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, DUREN & FEASTER

t. the duke and ducluss were more than Babied In your paper on the road subject, PINEAPPLE SLIPS..,... Fronting on Biscayne Bay, at Kwanton

l .. ordinarily exclusive, and made but few but cannot agree with you that we Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut

I acquaintances In this ttate. It '11'111110 should have the load, unless "Inquirer" >= AND SUCKERS Grove. Price $ ,OOO. This price may
seem high, but if will try to buy Ca f'
you anyland
1 also remembered that the fine Dummit uueaiths this good Samaritan who will fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. >* Francis H, Leggett &

orange grove at the head of Indian River buy enough property to justify him In FOR SALE location, you will got your eyes opened

was bought by them. making us the magnanimous gift that'Inquirer" as to prices asked in that section. This

', t : Upon one occasion while In this city proposes. To this we all tract is the only desirable parcel we Fine Groceries.
Of the Following =_ have left fronting on Biscayne Bay.
the duke lost a package containing $1V uy, Accra The price asked, $5OuO, will yield us a
t JI UOOwoithof diamonds. lie was much Yours truly, Egyptian Queen, Fair profit, and we arc satisfied that Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all W(

Jistuibed and hurried to and fro over W. K. HAKDLK.TIII :. Smooth Cayenne nothing similar can be had at a much

1 ':i j the city in search for them. At that VARIETIES : Golden Queen, higher sold price.within a This few tract weeks.will no doubtbe CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWAREy -

't! lie thought that they might have been : itoAi PETITION
Enville City, ; Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited
stolen, but later on he found them on No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres

I the counter of a railroad ticket office Tin, vii.i.K, FLA., Aug. 7, 18m. close to the depot and post office at Mal. Very Truly, JDvurorX C3: r'cLWtor'
abar. Large house with and lower
upper
where he had left them and where they If Orders now taken. All first -
i tJitvr .\tlutfate.Dear : veranda, costing: $1,000.00. 7 rooms; In
: remained untouched for several bOIl\" Sir-I notice in last week's Air I l.iss: plants, and early delivery. Apply fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn, L. E. MVNN. P..*.,. B. O. VANLANDI>GHAM, 8<*, Tin
t I :i I I The DuchesN de Casteluccia was the etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100
wife of the late Italian painter. J. A. ociTk It is. claimed that a great many I lo C. C. MATTHAMS, large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This PHOENIX MILLS LUMBER CO., I
I 111 L who signed the petitions I circulated Inistilct4 Florida Co. will make a nice home for anybody.
Pineapple
'j'I Tamajo, four of whose pictures attracted! > would vote for bonding, and Good neighborhood. Price only $1250:; .00. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
i considerable attention at the World's West Palm Beach, Fla. Incorporated October 1804 SuooeMors to R. Kaiuon Co.
that they only signed the petition to get NOTE-The above descriptions will
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I Fair In Chicago. Mr. Tamajo, the Duke Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumbtunniau
rid of me-that I was so persistent In enable customers to locate the several
de Ciuteluccla, died at the age of 73 In persuasion. In reply I will say I do properties very closely by examiningone constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and! ,
I :New York city, on February 21, 189:1.j : not believe that tine men who signed the of the J., St. A. A I. R. ICy com- lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads'and coven and cypress tanks of all
j f' The Duchess de Castcluccla was an 1r pany's railroad maps, but we will be made a. called for. All Kinds Of Mouldings Turned and Scroll WOflSpecialty.
Ii : 1 petition could be persuaded to vote for pleased to send special maps on a large ,
American At the time the *
woman. met
bonding, and the assertion is an insult scale, on application, to parties who One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many years exf*
the duke, more than twenty years ago, to the people of that district. Nine out mean business and Intend to buy, If they .o that we are prepared to make estimates and take contract for the constrsc9,
she was a widow, her former husband 01 ten of them expressed themselves as < can find such a bargain as they want. and building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable term tad

having been Frank Beale, a retired mer being very glad to have the chance to JACKSONVILLE FLA ItoDuixs A: GRAHAM Co., the most satisfactory manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere.

chant of New York city. Two children Tltnsville Patronage Solicit*
place themselves on record against the FlaCLOCKS Correspondence and
were born to the Beales, Frank jr., and n_ ___ _
I scheme. Some of them came out in very
a daughter, who Is now Mrs. James IIudnut. T BOGO-
strong terms against the promoter of It. RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES :,
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I .-Times-Union. Notary J>ubU"*: (man*

The duchess is said to have been a

1t i M much-married woman, for It is stated To the People of the rust Coast. J Florida Real Estate Exchanfy f

that she bad been married four times. ,

Her last husband WM a Mr. Dwyer. luted to Buy 10.OOO Shark ...1...

The follow) tog Is part of the report of her will SOct skin :: Write
I pay a piece: for over At AXTHOXY BROS. us for descriptive price list
,
last. rauriage we published In the ADVOCATE 61t. long; 20ct under. Cash on de-

on Feb. 1st last : livery at Titusville, M. Lucie and New THE JEWELERS, TITUSVILLE FLA.e'.e'e'e. POSTOFF1CE BOX 160.-
"On River, where I shall be on or about Oct. FLA.
Tuesday evening, Jan. 29th, the MELBOURNE. Brevard Co.,
of 1st. The skin to be cut down the back __
parlors: Hotel Indian River were the
1 from back of head to within foot
of a or soof -
scene one of the most notable

t I weddings. Tamajo of the Duchess new year de, when Cutetuccla society JennieA. little tall flesh Skins a* possible to be, and taken no off knift with,-hole.In a*. Why is the 20-inch Shingle the Best ? #! *

and E. L. skin. I will also buy all the oil from
Dwyer, of Oregon, were united
the lit each shank make "
in marriage. The ceremony was per era- will about ht: It lays six Inches to the weather and jet rives: wore Up than
half To make the oil take
t formed the -gallon. out thus making
by Uev Chris Williams, of an absolutely tight roof. ',
I Uockledge. After the marriage, Mr. andMrs. liven and fell a kerosene bbL two-third. 2nd. Being thick butts (Hncb) they do not cull so much from tin -'
lull of liver stand In lu
,
; sun a dry the sun. ,
Dwver a and
gave reception,
nor '
reived the hearty congratulations. uf llace A* the liver decay, the oil will :!rd: Take leu shingles to cover a square (only (00)) and less nail ton < ,
cOllie to the top. Strain oil through thus time and
many of the guests of the hotel. money are saved.
I "The duchess wa: the daughter of a cheesecloth Into barrel for shipment. 4th They make the best roof for less monty

wealthy Brooklyn merchant Her late Correspondence solicited. Th Indian Klvvr U very attractive al this' point, >Undlil to Tb laoil I* siwciailr| Trice, No. I, 4-ln. M.30 per I.MjIn.: M.OO per 1.000Ia.; ta.'P I*' : oyo(
husband was a wealthy duke, who owned ('0)1. F. D. Hioiim: 4lapt.t Ui as.si'iiNM' and other Erupts,ana U mi.i.J at Ankutta. fuss north of the celebratedenanUn : Price, No.o 2, bin and ( -In. 2.7i per 1000.
,
>vt. Tb J. 8t A.&: I K. R'r run through the > nukliur
l roi"'1) thimilBir fMtlltlixor
t rat i properties In Italy I and various parts Care of Henry Clew. & Co., \I IUIIII'paIIMoI. .' pnrtlctrlan,aUdm. the ease", tSoldoniyby C. F. PAD DISON. ,
t the United States and was one of th* New fork Cttj- .. *.. .
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