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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: August 16, 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
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00144
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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NEWS, Head This Column Carefully -Mrs. A. W. Sweet left' for Eau Gallie Teachers Examination. 'Xcnrsloni her the East!' Const!' TIII: Ducimss OP CASTKL-

yesterday. Lino.
General Interest. The state uniform examination of LUCCIA.
of
Topic TilE EAGLE
I CIOTHIXO STORE In the
R. P. Paddison leaves for
-Capt Bay
ADVOCATE teachers will be held In school house No.
block, Tltusvllle, are the Iscayne today.Mr. 2, Titusville beginning at Pi.il: a. m. onthe Titusvillo to Jacksonville and return, A Indian
Lady Well Known on
clothiers
LIT In connection leading the
General Oonulp On East Coast of
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end AulC. :20th limited to tho 28th tl.50
3rd day ofSt'rt./ 18V>:3, Applicants "
kh BlK.yne Buy, Lake Worth Indian Florida. Give them a trial.VIIFIIK X. P. Bryan, of New Smyrna, will come provided ,with Ink and Melbourne and Intermediate points, 2.00 River Laid to Kest.
and IIallfax River. Key Went hal been on a trip to New River. pen,
L nen Point along the tap paper and be prepared to stay twofull In last week's ADVOCATE we referred

' I.t>Coed l! other of Important Florida. Brief mention oft to stop. See list of hotels on -Mr. C. J. Hector, of Melbourne, was flays. J., T. & 1C, W. \ciirlon to the death of the above lady, who
. our 7th page. Jour II. :SAMS, Supt.
In town a short while on Monday
EtrMttng Event. from Varlon Part formerly owned the famous Dummltt

"' |the World) About People Von Picked Know DEED blanks lOc. each; $3.00 per 100, at I -Mr. S. N. Gladwln has been on a'visit T The following low rate excursion will" range grove, now In the possession of
It Don't Know
People You. Editor. the ADVOCATE office. to Jacksonville this week The Palm blench Inn. be run by the J., T. A- K. W. Hallway : JlHlge. J. S. Cochran. In her will It
LbrOiir Society
August Ulith Jacksonville Bicycle Club apl'arlllhe was not very liberal to herlast
-Mr. J. P. Turner, of El Dora, was" In ,
IF need furnishing Contractor J. McDonald who has Meet( $1.50.There husband Mr. E. I.. Dwyer, of Oregon -
you diy goods or cent's; town a day or so the first of the week' A. for she left him
good, try Geo. B. Humph Co., been on a business trip to New York, will\ be an excursion to Tampa only $10. ,
Jensen, Indian River. Several communications and local III again/ full of business at Palm leach Referring to her funeral, the New
tNjr and return on Monday the llHh Instant York
Advertiser
items of Interest are crowded out of this lie Is pushing the erection of the Palm says:
2..10 for the round In a plain black casket lay all that
each Inn building for all he I III worth trip.
ARE you looking for shoe ? If so, it issue for want of space. mortal of the late Duchess of Caselluocla
will, to take 4 look and There Is still lots of work to lie done onthe For the above occasions proportionely was -
t pay you see -Editor II. T. Groom of the Indus- (Jennie A, Tamajo yesteiday.
building, and some folks think it
what Julius Kline has In this line. low rates 111 lie made from other It almost hidden beneath
trial American has been will be late In-the before It ; was entirely
\ quite
Lexington
Ky., season
4 VO&j stations on the J., T. & K. W. R'y. beautiful floral tributes from loving
will" be ready to receive guests. What
down at Miami this week. '
I relatives' and friends. The services
JUST received Inch ,
300,000 twenty ball Mr. McDonald got to say about It f
shingles. See ad on 8th page. G. F. -Mr. W. I Mefcalf passed through Bu'nl)1It1IM an Itemed}'. whll'h were held In the private parlor on
Paddison Eau Gallic Fla. the first floor of the Builington at No.
,
hue, Saturday last, on his way from \
A Now Hallway Hospital. III West Thirtieth street, consisted, at

FOR first clans shoemaking and Ohio to West Palm Beach Eucalyptus I III a well\ known remedy her own request, simply! of the Catholic
f repairingcall for various complaints to which tleiili is ritual. The Rev. Father Donovan of St.oo's .
TI on J. A. Daughters; at Mr. Xolle's -Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Anthony, two ofthe Pins for a new railway hospital St.
heir and to our knowledge some of thereparations church officiated. The funeralwas
old stand, Titusville, Fla. teachers for the coming school term, ngiistlne, have Wen completed by Contractor ,
made from It have been before iirlvato. Those
strictly presentwere
F. W. Beers of the Flagler Rail
are expected here on Monday next. the public during the pat 1H years : Mrs. lludnut, daughter of the
It will bo an airy and comfortablebuilding
GLYCERINE shoo dressing worth 2i: -Mr. J. O. Walton who spent a day way. ; I III to lie two stories high will The ointment, oil, etc., III largely used inches; Mr Duals, her son; Marquise I
f cents, for ID cents at Julius Kline's, ; In the hospital of the United States and Ungaro a granddaughter; whose hus-
I or so at West Palm Beach and also at contain all modern I Improvements, and
TltMsvillo.KICKLY It I is said to valuable In about
Europe. possess many land Is at piesent Europe: and I
will" have two private and two public
Eau Gallic, returned home on Monday.Mr. wards, as will, as sight other rooms, healing properties, and many physl ten guests of the Builington. '

heat powder atCHAFFEE E. P. Porcher, after spending a lath-rooms, operating room, etc. Who clans swear by It. The body was dresNod In a white Ivory ,

& Co.'*, few days on his place at Courtenay, returned aid Mr. Fl.igler U not acting as a good Another preparation Is the fluid extract satin habit, trimmed with rich old 1 lace.
of which Is for sale at
Titusville eucalyptus On the head rich lace bow. The
Fla. !Samaritan In thus looking after the welfare was a
to Atlanta on Saturday last. the drug store of ChalTee & Co., Tltusillo. -
of his wnikpcople ? hicliOHS seemed to bo peacefully sleep-)
HAIII CCTTIMI and -Mrs. W. T. Lund and mother left onesterday's 111 r. Chaffoo informs u* that It IIIAn ng. A cluster of candles burned at the
shaving shampooing
excellent for fevers fever
remedy ,
lead of the casket The [110'11'4'1'1ll'1J1'e
excursion Jacksonville
done In first-class to
Charlt'llDracco'l ,
style, at Competitive! Kxamlnation.; ores burns, piles, etc., etc. It Is Jroparmi all white. There were clusters of
Keep your name before the people, tonsorial parlor next door to here they will probably stay several by Capt. T. E. Richards of Eden, white roses, orchids and lilios. A hearse pure

Keep your goods before their eyes; Capt. Fischci'sbakeiy, Titusville. months A competitive exainlnatlofi, authorizing :- Krill we would advise our readers-whore Iud four carriages left the house at :II J

ike a church without a steeple, the appointment of one state cadet Interested this valuable specific o'clock and the body was taken to the "
hold
Archdeacon B. F. Blown will
lIe who does not advertise. VE now have money to loan In sums to from each senatorial district In this state to call and get further particulars of the Greenwood cemetery. Interment was In \I

suit an approved real estate security divine service on Sunday next, the 18th I will soon ho held. On Saturday, Aug. fluid extract of eucalyptus from Mr.\ the family plot by the side of her hus-

Send In your applications Bobbins A nst, at Cocoa at 10:30: a. m., and at 31, 18an: examination: of candidates Chaffee. band, who died In 1*IIJ.: No services ,

JOB PRINTING at this office. Graham Co. Metitta at 3:30 p. m. for the 13th district will" he mails before a were held 1, the little group standing

r The ADVOCATE be had at Miss Clara Sanders who ha been a Board of Education In Titusville. The Tim FLAGLKH HAIL WAY. silently by the side< of the grave while
:Screven's drug store may and Mrs. Emma 'APHTHA LAI-NCIIIM. A. T. Rose Mel- South Florida Military College, which the body<< of the Duchess was lowered tit
ton' stand bit bourne, Indian River will build any lilting Capt. and Mrs W. II. McIntyre the successful I candidates will" enter, 1 III its last resting place.
news ,
per copy. kind of seam or naphtha launch, sail at Daytona during the pant week or two, at B.trtow.. Further particular. may be Do not forget the new name of the

or row boat to order. Write him for btaincd of Senator Robert Morrow, at East Coast I.lne-"The Florida East
|-Mra, S. Kitching, of Sebastian, has estimates. returned home to Cocoa yesterday.Mr. Titusville. The Doctor and Preacher Surprised -

i.'D visiting friends at Cocoa thin week. Chas. J. F. Campbell, of Melbourne Coast Railway. .

Who is going to the seaside to-mor- lAniLH1!: skirts, chemises, and nightgowns has been appointed by Governor Arc You IntercMtfd In LowWo The excursion from St. Augustine
at half price, at Julius Kline's and 1'ahtka to Fort.Pierce was called off
,
i Mitchell to be of the for
to enjoy the surf-bathing and bicycle Titusville. Justice peace "rlc.t'N. Last Saturday' evening, after paying

he seventh district of Brevard county.Dr. Wednesday, and, In consequence, very )Ir. C. Webber a professional visit, I got
liogMr few availed themselves. of home |lust at usual time for
passengers ,
Gas P Anthony was down at Goon yachting caps,only 40 cents, worth II. M. Grannies, a winter resl- are offering a splendid<< line at the and my wife told my me I would have surlier) towait

irdwille, Tuesday, attending to his 73: cents, at Julius Kline.s, Titusville. dent of Orlando and owner of propertyIn price. the lowest yet named, for strictly trip. I a few minutes, as she was looking
.rstrclass all ile-
good High grade In
We understand that number
quite for Rev. W. N. Chaudoln I and wife ana
inge grove. Titusville, Is now stopping on West True merit In article.
-Bathing in Indian River has been IONEV. We want money to loan on first Baker street, Atlanta, where the ADVOCATE flll.tmcntl. everywhere.every An nn- of draughtsmen have been employed Rev. 11. A. Geiger and wife to take cupper s
real estate mortga e8. Teu per cent he office of Mr. J. K. Ingraham, St. with us, an.llo a few minutes they
1II1"alllurtlluolltj 16JI"11fIIi itl1 -
ate enjoyable of late, the water being free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden follows him. (tile best ; ; firryhiny Augustine, fur some time past, drawing( arrived. She also said that It was Untie

One condition. & Sanders, Titusville and West I'alm -Mrs. D. F. Compton, son and daughter The quality will" tell It, the price will! maps of the locations of the new towns Chads birthday, and I thought that the

-Messrs. O. II. Voss and S. B. Car- Bench Florida.'TiiE who have been living at Normal, III. ell It, and that Is the reason you should that are to be started on New River and 'I upper was for his and my special benefit -
It Is stated that and our birthday happened to be on
avail yourself of the 20 cent oil from Bar Biscayne. a great
during the or two are now residing per
inter spent from until Mon- past year ,
Saturday the I and
settlers from the northwest will same day, being fifty-four
4<))0" that failed to pay up August our assortment of men's youths and many
y d Hotel Coronado.Our a lat can save me the trouble of writing at their grove place, just outside boys clothing gentlemen's furnishing! occupy farming lands on New River. Uncle Chad just a round dozen moreand and .

married men seem to be having them a "billet tlunjc" by settling before town. it foods, men's aloes\ hats and outing caps Commencing on Monday morning last, I concluded wishes to remind him him of It witha
Sept 1st. "A word to the wise" etc., In all colors and blocks, trunks and my good by presenting
i enjoyable time this summer-during -A naphtha launch excursion: to New the steamer Hlttle owned by the East pocket knife, after partaking of an 01<1-
valises and all novelties carried first-
In
etc. J. D. CUADB. a
Coast Line Canal and ,
,e absence of their wives north.Dr. Smyrna and Coronado, to-morrow, It class clothing house Merchant tailoring Transportation fashioned Kentucky supper (ray wife j
Co. In command of H. B. From-
CApt. wing a native of that state knows how
talked of. Married and single ladies and ,
W, S. Graham loft here on Tues- WIZEN you visit Jacksonville, stop at a specialty. At berger, began a til-wookly service her to prepare and dispense themand) whichwe

.', last for FensacoLi upon law matter the Carleton hotel Bay street. The gentlemen will comprise the party, and THE EAGLE C'LOTIII.VO STORE. ween West Palm teach and New River, did ample justice to, and hope we

i1. expected home to-morrow. electric car from the railway station all are anticipating an enjoyable time. In connection with the above railway: nay be spared to partake of many more +

will land you at the Carleton door In Fishing on the wharves Is much In- County Court Proceedings. The Hlttle will leave West Pulm Bear! Just such. ;
-Miss Jesse Tucker of Fort Pierce' Tuesday Thursday and Saturday<<
about six minutes. C on After supper we were again surprised,
ho Las been on a visit to Mrs. M. S. dulged In these afternoons. Quite large County court convened pursuant to mornings at 7 o'clock a. m., returning and agreeably so, by the addition to our

'.)mes at Sunbeam, returned home on the catches were made yesterday. Amongthe law on Monday, Aug. 12thi. Present: from New River on Intermediate days. company of (l. P. Anthony and G. H.
brick ADVO.CATS
To LET, a fine store in successful ones was Mrs. L. A. Brady, His Honor M S. Jones, judge; A. A. .Mount and<< wife, and for the rest of the
Uurday lastIt Excellent location
block Possession, Titusville. be had at who caught several fish with rod and Stewart, clerk; J. 5. Bowman, sheriff, Another We l
you feel tired and weary, try to once. ,Apply to Bobbins may & Grahamor line. and Howell Titus, prosecuting attorney.The sparkling repartee that emloatml from
following case were tried: each one present, and especially from
cnperate by spending a few days ate C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, State Wm. Alexander aggravated The following particulars of the Jncle Chad
-Mr. Budinot Pritchard had the mis- vs. were enjoyed by all. About
seaside. See railway and hotel rates Tltu vll1e. fortune to sprain his left arm by falling assault-sentenced to pay $10 and costs jrether-IIarwood wedding have been ten o'clock Brother Geiger got up sad
a < STRAW hats for 50) cents worth flat, at off his bicycle while riding last Sunday State Max :
-Mrs Brickell n. von Koppelow-larceny log chair, said ha wished, In behalf of
who has been on a Julius Kline's, Titusville. morning, and, in consequence, had to sentence, not guilty. A pretty wedding celebrated) at Wilmington tltu'church and In token of their esteem

ijIth her son as far as Columbia, S. give up practicing with the band this State vs Della I'orurllault and bat- Delaware, last Saturday at six md love, to present It to Uncle Chad

returned homewards to Miami on TIMES; ARE HARD and you cannot affordto week. tery and using profane language-sentenced o'clock was that of Miss Ruth Lillian (and al Aunt Carry was occupying It at
rida) last lose everything. Insure against to fI 0 days at hard labor. Harwood[ to Mr. Ralph Dillon\ Grether the time), the contents also. Well, I

fire, cyclones and accident with HALL -Among the down-river people Intown The ceremony took plan at the home of rather think Uncle Chad was slightly

-Mr and Mrs. T. T. Wetmore left .*; WRIGHT, of Titusville, Fla., representing this week were: E. W. Hall, of CIVIL CASES. the bride's mother, corner of Fourth sf. surprised, and while 1 was enjoying with

ere Wednesday, for :Fort Pierce, en the Liverpool & London <& Sharpes; B. J. Hilliard, Tropic; A. J. The C. B. Rogers Co. vs. Titus A and Washington ave., Dr. A. W. Walker, the rest the surprise look of Uncle
ute to the ocean beach on a visit to Globe, the Old Hartford and other Titus-assumpsit--verdict for plaintiff of the Calvary Episcopal! church official- Chad, he turned to me and said that
Ir and leading companies. tf Lewis L Ankona; A. E. Saager, Ankona; for tlfll.OO. Ing. Miss Harwooil was the accorn.plillhed they had remembered me also, and
Mrs BenJ. W. Jerome. Martin Griffin, sr. vs. Louis lIauch- of Mrs. Eliza Harwoo..
T. II. Chambers, Georgiana; C. D. Provost daughter landed ine a present of a beautiful pairof

According to the Nassau Guardian Lotus; J. E. Fultz, Spruce Bluff. 'a iBsumpslt-verdict for plaintiff for lit). saddle-bags, hoping that I would find

w Bahamas Seaside Inn Seabreeze, is now A. Cleveland vs. Roy T. McFadden- them u.eful.V4.'II, then It was that
do allow -The ,
government not
-The president of the First National u.umptilt.-nrdlc' for plaintiff for f I'M. and well-to-do! business man of IndlanoU, soma else surprised and
heir i one was as
l policemen to carry firearms, which taking weekly boarders at 17.00,13.00 Bank of St. Augustine, Mr. John F. Florida. Grether's "Dnlsy Dell" Is one some of the members of the church were

lacea them at a great disadvantage and (0.00 per week. Dismukes: General manager Geo. F. of the most beautiful winter homes on not present, I wish In this way to tender

he n making the arrest of an armed des- -Mr. T. E. Burns, of Eau Gallle Miles, and Civil Engineer O. F. Spencer, Daytona Indian River. The bride wore white them my thanks for their thoughtful-
latin train the front of the skirt being
*r do, en ness and their present to me.
after spending a day or so In town, returned of the East Coast Line Canal A Transportation Mr. Wm. Troy took a flying trip to fct. exquisitely: ornamented with seed We were then treated to some excellent

-Mr Breltwlsch has sold out his incrests home on Saturday last Co., passed through Titusville Augustine last week. pearls. Her tule veil was held In place music by Messrs. Geiger, Blount,

ID firm Of Feaster A Breitwlsch, Those having claims against the In- Monday, en route to New River and Bay }I r. Will Allen of <( She carried shower bouqu..t
9d hereafter the meat business will be dian River Steamboat Co. would do well Biscay ne. visiting Mr. R. II. Bishop the groom.of sweet a Day. After a prayer by Uncle Chad
Mer pen.Miss the company dispersed to their borne,
the firm name of Feaster A Teas- to read the legal advt on our 6th page. -Mr. E. L. Brady, of Titusville, has Mesdames Vulllaume and Dune), of May Mutton made a charming and I do not know when I have haul such

er Mr Breltwlsch here on Wednes- -Senator Robert Morrow, who has purchased the large grocery store with Port Orange spent several days In Day Maid of Honor In white organdie wit! an enjoyable evening.
orBsy I tona last week. broad satin ribbon sashes, and carried
t.ca1De. B. L. WILL
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been visiting Fort Myeis and other all Its belongings of Blowers A Garland, the wedding ring on a white satin
I As the river front and all the
-Mr. A. T. Rose, the well known points on the West Coast, has returnedto West Palm Beach. The deal was accomplished soon as cushion.
IU1ICb builder, of Melbourne hu on Tuesday, bat It was not streets are In perfect order, the council The maids, Miss Annie Taylor and Hat Hat!. Until
pee.tted town. have decided to light the town by street
< the officially announced until Wednesday, Miss Nellie Gouert, were gowned alike
Augustine son of Mr. J. E. Ingraham, of. -Mr. I. V. Shell of Ohio, III, In sendIng the 7th Inst, when Mr. Brady took lamps. In white organdie with taffeta trimming This Is the way a eoustry edltUC' -.Iz..

with a very fine model of the ADVOCATE a year's subscription charge. This business Is the largest On Friday of last week Mrs. Mary and carried baskets of white sweet PO'". up a kicker, and offers odds on his probable

1atht- three feet long. Muter Ingra- "I hope will push the much- In West Palm Beach, and when It Is Spangler mother of Mrs. A. H. Cant- The house. was beautifully decorated In relation to the :
you
1111\ should says: coupled with Mr. Brady's contract for well died the Inn at the advanced and ferns. find
feel proud of such a nice shell road for all that Is la you." at Holly sweet peas "Whenever you a man finding
'rutntMl needed the commissary business for the Florida age of H7 years. Among the wedding remembrance fault with a local paper, open It uj and

-Quite a lively party are now visiting East Coast Line, It will be one of the N. J. D. Mitchell of were bite of decorated china, cut glass ten to one he hasn't an 'ertlsment In It;
: one Daytona's
Bt,,, Wm Helm, of Nest I'alm hotel Coquina, Ormond Beach. The largest In the state The price paid for earliest settlers and most esteemed citizens and statuary. five to one he nevergaveits Job of work;

I situ has been collecting curioslfl" at the seaside Is cool and delightful the business not made known, but the died at five o'clock: on Tuesday After a sumptuous wedding dinner three to one be does not take the paper; s s'
tee* weather retiring gentlemen state that they received Mr. and Mrs. Grether left for Knoxvllle
Mr Chas. of heart disease his two to one that If lie Is a subscriber he U
B. Cory of Boston and a dance will be one of the a good price. Mr. Slower will evening at peninsula Tenn. where them
reception odds
its'" *lJt.eD home. He leaves wife and child I a was given delinquent even he neverdoes any.
a
I Its' having quite-a time down at amusements provided by Messrs. SeiseA continue as postmaster, while Mr. Garland Mrs Wm. Carter. only by the groom's mother, Mrs. Annie M. thing that, will assist the publisher to

hirer, looking after manatees. Vlning to-morrow (Saturday night. will retire until his health Improves Grether. The happy couple will enjoy run a good paper and forty to one thatIf

KeceLtl> the men In Mr. Helm's employ sufficiently to warrant a'new boslnes the numerous eastern resorts until the the paper Is a good one and full of

rdf' that failed to pay up Angus heated term has expired. life, be Is the most eager to ace the paper
mow a manatee, but the hat can save me the trouble of writln here and devote their extra time to fur- lit can save me the trouble of writing After December hat they will be at when It comes out and will run around

'!an tng mammal escaped, notwithtlng them a "W M does" *>7 aettllng befor"A ther the business Interests of West them a "MM dulU" by settling before home to their many friends, at their town to try and borrow from a subscriber

> the fact that It was captured Sept tat. word to the wU etc, Palm Beach and the East Coast.-Fla. Sept.: 1st "A word to the wise," etc., winter home at "Daisy Dell," IndlanoU, to save five cent, Just watch
'Ja a strong net etc J. D. ,lea' Citizen. etc. J. D. CHAD Florida. this fact."




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1 .. 16 E WUall col co tax 4204 8.3 419 Suite F Brown No 8. 4500 Steamship ?
... s. .. .. .. 386 polls 88(1(10( 11 420 Jennie Parham No 11 2000 Clyd Co

149460'S 421 Eliza A Heath no. H 90 00

.. ". polls 11600 422: II C Hunter no. 15.. 4100: I ,
'i'il 20 i4 W D Dloxham opt ,* 423 Effie R Merrill no 10. 300:\

props 1 milt state 42t A C Storm no. 17 . 3' <*)
school tax . . 02120 421 Francis D Arnold no 19 4J: 84
l Jon 1 E \V Hall call. .. 134 20 426 Nettle Jeter 100. 21 . 4000
Iit u" 4 polls. ? 400 : 427 Minnie Steinmeyer no 22 6000 I
.. .. .. .. .. 34 polls I 428 Maud Chandler no. 23, 4\:\ (10

for 18oJ.: . . 3400 42!> Lula DcBogory no. 2.. 20 00
6 Jno II Sams from 410 M J Sullivan no. 311. 41: IM) ,. = ,r 1 1r
US Furniture Co. 286 431 Anna M DePass no. 31 4001) )
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Exam feel for Mayexam 4:12: T L Smjthe no. .n, 1400 "
= ? 1000 43:1": /1 000 THE WEAKEST SPOTIn
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,1 .. Md !) 20 (0
Sep 4:14: May DeBogory no 31. : > your whole system, perhaps, i.
Oct reed Jan 7. 4600 411:>> May DeBogory no ::30 10 00 i iu
... the liver. If that doesn't do
1 l Hal from Tltu.vllle .. 4:*0\ Efttelle Leonhard no. 4J: 40 (00 New York Charleston and Florida Lines
blood
aeb-h fund for mvg 647eO II 437 Maud Murray no 41:\ :35: (DO work of purifying the more ,
+ i -Ur. Keels WestbrookMlch. Sale 01 school bb, 8 31 418: N W Robinson no. r.o.. 40 ( ) troubles come from it than you can

1 Manning, 43< M R Maliaffey no. 2S '*) 00 remember.Dr. of
Steamships
1
t i .1348.1 /53 440 Eliza J Powell no. 29. 35 00 Pierce's Golden Medical Di The magnificent this Line are at

; 441 John Henry membr b'd U 40 this weak M to sail as follows :
acts upon spot pointed
j' Common Sense covery
Ii Reasoning AKTIIIR T. FRASTER, II .442 A L Hatch 700

Treasurer 441 G B humph 400 nothing else can. It rouses it up I Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.
fl II 444 J II Sams Inr'dl exp ac 21: 41 to healthy, natural action. B'
I J Hood's Sarsaparilla Had Cured Anjr./ 7, 181)4-Warrants Issued for (STANDARD TUIII!:.)
751:0(: the blood
It
bills 441 J II Same bupt. salary' thoroughly purifying ,
Incurred In present year, 1804-05!) : From New York, From Juhnn.nlf
Others and It Cured Me. ; ( ,.
I r\\ build and STEAMER (
No. 344, PhO nix Mills Lumber reaches, up, invigorate (Pier 2". E. K ) hsrlel0n4\e.t

'" I r II It was sixteen years ago my right lee Co. building/ material for December 4th,-181(4-( f JOT.5 M every part of the system. Friday I ; July:: 2B<>,, at at 3 3.:no an p p m m IROiJt OIHCHKKOKfb .... ..Bun:lirsadyay I Ang { ,: ...,

!'\ began to awell and pain. Four yean ago schools 17, $/ .H; 21, 10.00; No. 44611 P Shares lot schoolhouse For all diseases that depend on friday, Anjt. 2.e 3IM p m. .HtMIVtl TlmrmlajrBuixlay I.' II. 11

I' ., it. t It broke out In three dreadful sores I 53, *!)5.50) ; :31, (10.69, .$ 125 00 Rockledge. . . 50000 the liver or the blood Dyspepsi ia, Tuen>lay, u 6, at 3.no p mK ... AIAnh\ttl'IN.IRKIIUI: .... .Thursday, ., II :1. "
tried all kind of aalree and liniment. but I rlday I at 3 no p m 13 r :
345 L C Oliver lumber for ::
... 1
.f. form CIIERKEX)
V E OIT furniture schools Indigestion, Biliousness ; every Tamil a',. 11, at 3 no p mID Piimlay, trFriday
., j the sores the aoree became.I No. 21, Sebastian, *02; No 6, 21:\ and 51 . . '>* 53 of Scrofula (or U at 3.IM p inHi . IIl0'II'oIS.' Tliurmlay. J '' I
Had to Walk on Crutches 17, Indlanola, $H3 171 00 e\en Consumption Tuenilay( at 3 no p m AMU WJI IN Htimlav! r ,
I I,: f"; 44S Haney S F Co. for no. I. earlier :: : at 3:oo mM HtMIVOIECHKROKrh Thursday, :; 10Monby
its a
crofula in p t
it",'. end a greater part of the time waa eon 340, F T Budge, for No 17, 51: and 4.HI . mil 94) Lung ) IItagesJ'and rlilay at 3''no p m Sunday, f*,1.1, +I""
:\ fined to my bed. I could :'t'tprlf ;: $111.7021; $10.51;: ; 31J0.34 53.3 44'!) F T Budge material for the most stubborn vtedneiidav\ :: ft, at 3..no p ni IIDM(1'GIS. Tuesday, ,." I,
") ', and eye became 347 Jno II Sams btipt. sal. 71; (00 ( U 30, at 3.no p an. ALGONQUIN Thursday,, :
my : Diseases the Friday I'
l 51:\, $::1 J 01: ; 34, $27: :30 ;301)) Scalp Discovery Su
.: I; : worn glasaea! for over six yeara. Bince I "
348 A L Hatch memb. b'd 700
I have taken Hood'a Sarsaparilla and Pill 410 W R Knox paints no. 51:\ U 4i: is the only remedy so unfailing
\.' limb bay 341), Oeo B Humph 4 00 411:>>1 LC Oliver lumber no 34 73 be
two of the worst aorea on my and effective that it can gua
I W healed and the third is almont closed. More 350, John Henry 12 40 412' E billing blk b'd paint Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Line
I anteetl. ,
I l; 1 eyea have been benefited aa 1 can lee 311: G F Paddison, lumber forlrII; $I20. 2 20
I .
i j to read and write and also the for No 31, Hartland 710 45.3MSSameapR( I R bt Co If it doesn't benefit or cure, you For the present and until further notice, Steamer "YElIl.\ EE i. nteoda;!
tl needle for sewing without B.n'PI.1 freight supplies . I 12. have money back. :
on your
+ \ I rl"+le'. I came to use Hood's $5275 to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from cilia by noticing advertisements I 4341'; A McMillan( agt J St A i On these terms, it's an insult to
Is made
connection at Charleston
: It: ," reasoned that what haa cared other Sept. 7,1894- I R Ry ft on furniture 10! 93 ,, your intelligence to have something Philadelphia, Sundays. Close with : No. 352 John memb. b'd' 12 40 for business to and from Jacksonville and all
41.1 T Floilda
f'l Henry, C Bass ft on fnrnl'refrom else offered "just Florida Steamers i I" :
l : Hood'sSpritt'Cures:: 353, J II Sams, Supt salary 75; 00 Ft Pierce to Ft Drum as as good. Also Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia.

l 3.14, Geo B Rumph.. . 41(110 and Orangedale. . 100
would It ha 35", J II bams, Incid'tl! exp 15: 81 4HI) C II Bradley agt J St A
cnre i its
Dr. Catarrh
I : ;:':' : It is a urmS: ." ;Mae.6azuWZeTBaOOZ 350, W P Hatchett, lumberfor AIR Ry ft on furniture to Sage's Remedy by St. Johns llivcr Line.

:, Manning, Michigan. No 6, Fort Pierce. 30 03: Canaveral. . . ') 14 mild, soothing, cleansing and heal.
1.1'+ 357; J H bams, exp. to meet. 4.17 agt J St A & I R Ry Ft ing properties, perfectly and permanently -
1 ;' Hood'S Pills ears habitual eomapv Ing at nartow Institute 11 00 Pierce ft on furn. for no 25 HI 27 cures Catarrh in the Head.

: 1' UOQ. moeaso.pMbex, 318; S F Gray, Carboleumfor 418 Amr. B Co, text books 13 75 --- -- -- For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points
I school house No 16. 4 00 4V:>>! Jas I'lltclurd int. on or
350' A A Stewart, C C, recording advanced. . 21!) 23 670)) May DeBogory no 39.30(8)! ( )
moneys the St. Johns River
JtltnVAltD CO. SCHOOLS. i 571 Sue 11 40 ::39(8)( )
1' :.1. ;": deeds . . 840 4i 0 G B Rumph memb'r b'd 4 00 Hopkins no
it 3iO( J M : 572: Estelle Leonard no 42. 40 00
'r Swain, repairs (on 4,1( A L Hatch 7 00 "
''I I! : house No 13 . 10 00 4)i2 John Henry" 12 4))) r,7:1:J Maud Murray no 45 30 tMI)
r Financial Statement. 674 Sto/xnaoz; : : 3I2voxglciclo;
Jas )Baldwin no 62. JKK) ,
301 M Same I D "
3 It 8
.. agt 4d3( J II Sam Supt. salary 75; OIl) "
f : I if'i Co, freight for No 10. 07 4(14( D Y Hoy school no. 1 3000 67.1; Vlrgie M Wigfleld no 51: :35) (00 CAI'T.1Y. A. SHAW
570 N W Robinson no 18 41; (011 I() ,
'r I'' .* I lit 1803. Mud 302, W N Shoats support ofaummerschoolsforteachers 41< 5 WTKennedy prin. no 2 "
July en Monday Anna 577 M R Mahaffey 28. 4.3(8)) ( )
no
1 2101 Titusville . I HO 00 Ia appointed to sail from Jacksonville Tuesday. and Saturdays at 8-in |>. D1. returning wn
I I 678 Eliza J Powell 29! :.15 00
$ Sth. 180S. 303 Hamlln Bros materialNo no
I 400(\ Ida R Bates school no 2 50 OIl Sanford Mondays and Thursday at 5:00 a. m
.1 ,1 30, Georglana: . 2600 407 Mary II Ransom 60 00 579! Anna Mahaffey no 3.1: 31 00
5so Janie Seawell 51. :J5:\ (1(1()
304(\ G F Paddlson, material 4.8( Laura L !Sharp "3 60 00 no
,. f Bal car'd forw'd July 1, last 021 41 581 A L Hatch member brd 5 60 SOtTR HOUND. SCIEICLE XUIITHRead1k1'10
'. yr. No 41; Binyan !04 46 4f') Value S Hebbetts no. 4 60 00 Read down. I
'j % r Amt. recci'd from county levy, JKJlj700( 31<;i5, F T Budge for schools 470 Anna W Sweet no 5. 80 00 582GB: Rumph 400 . ,i
j1 t .. .. o polls, . . 008 OIl No 53 $33.7i( No 16 $2'.M!) school 0 50 00 5SJ; John Henry 82 Leave., 3.Sop.n 6.46 ... .. .. Arnvv Leave lv
471 J W
; ; Hodge no. p. URAIs
;"' ,I 'I. "flnell, . 1000 No 21 S.NO. . . 684 Jno U bams Incidtl exp 10 (00 ate a. m : : .. lie ,.

,, I,r p'1", Redemption tax sale costs& 273 24 Still Nor, 3 I'h,, Wootlly$nls Mills,($11.51)Co),; for No 724 "11 47.i 472 474:\ Ida Susie Jennie M F Dodson Brown Parham no.no.no.10 8.11. 2000 4500 7000 "" 585 580 Jas"Pritchard" co Int supt money sal 7100: "".' eeo 41)5.311 a5 a.a. m m:..:.::...::...::::!::::::..:::f.. i .....(;!,..:::::,,.:::...> )2m:1110s.s LNaI(Im

i' It l l$4 Int. state 10, tl.60.! . . . 2101 475 Eliza A Heath no. U 4100; advanced on warrants 107 77 Arrive 5.30 5.n .. .. .. .. emu's
1 ti I school fund 30100} 0.23 a. nn. .. .. .. .. .. .. uMea
.. 31.7; L C Oliver for No 63, 470 II C Hunter no. 15. . 4100
1 4 One mill atatet' H.52; No 16, $125.07; No 477 tflle R Merrill no. 10 :.U 00 Continued on 3rd jiagr.TITUSVILtE .

:'$1 1. .\ .. .. tax. . 02020 17, $14.88. . . 149! 30 478 A C Storm no. 17 . 3100 Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
.. .. ".. Kxam'n fees 000 3<>N, Henry Gossraan for A 479 N W Robinson no. 18.' 1 5.1:\ M. H. CLYDE A.T. M. F. iRoNMOhCKR: Ja., Ha Tan*. Agt
t 1 Other' sources _U 73 Green, hauling lumbr Xo 25 1600 4"0" 4145: METKOKOLOG I Howling (men, Aew York. 88! West lay St..Jacksonville
481 Rebecca Kennedy no 20 7000 THEO. Q. EOOER, T. M, (UNO L. HOWARD Fla. Fr t Agt.
I i t 1345 5KXPEND1TIRE8. $0031 482 Nettle Jeter no 21. . 4000 ICAL SUMMARY FOIL I Howling( Green New \ork. Foot Hogan Bt.Jacksonville FU

: Oct. 13th, 111114- 483 Minnie Steinmeyer no 2a: 5000 A.J COLE'Oeneralrlsspnger' Agent J. A. LESLIE Superintendent

:' For salaries: of teachers . .* 0515: :; 73:; No. Sd'.t, W T Kennedy prin. No 484 Maud Chandler DO 23. 400:\ JULY, 1805. 6 Bowling Green New York. Foot Hogan Bt. Jack oo\UItr.

.;'f 1$ school lots, new buildings, 2, Tltusville . . . $ I 80(10( 483 Lula DeBogory no 2", 20 (1) D. 1>. C.I II'K, O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue, l'bllallelvbla|, ) ,
: t furniture and apparatus 32(10( 40 370, Ida U Bates, No 2. 6000 481 1M\ It Mahaffey no 28. 7 ((10 The mean temperature for July was WM. P. CLYDE &: CO., General Agent J)

r j It' repairs-rent. . 185 46) 371, Mary H Random, No 2. 6000( :: 48718 ItMahaffey 2 3X00 80.8, which is only two-tenths of a degree 11 So. Delaware AT., Philadelphia. a Bowling Green New Tork
; free books, . . 3'!) 76 372,JWHodgeNoO Ft Pierce 4.1011 488 Eliza J Powell. : :: : : 35 00
aummer schools for teachers 2.1 00 373, U.. .. 500 480 1\1 J Sullivan no 30. 1000 higher than the average and about

; .... \ 'I salary of County bup't 1)0000) 874, II Hunter, No 15 Ft. 400 Anna M DePass no 31. 4000 half a degree higher than the same

:a,, ". per diem & mileage So. 11'II 223 10* Drum . . . . 45 00 491 Anna Mahaffey no 3.1. 35 OIl) month last year. '
J, I incidental. and office expo of 375 Effie It Merrill, No 10, 492: George: F Linn no 34. 40 OIl Highest temperature, 03, on the 30th;
j 11'd and bupt & rec'd'gdeedll 13167 . . . 3 r, IK) 40.1 T L Smythe no 3\:\ 201(1 Southern.Railway.
i of examination &OJ:)< Minnie lowest, 09, on the 10th. Highest and .
expense 370, Steinmeyer, No 4114 May DeBogory no 30. 3U)) (1(1()
Interest on Indebtedness 372 0:! 22, 5001() 493! : Sue Hopkins no 40. 30110II lowest temperature previously recorded, .

I I. am't paid on Indebtedness '. 377, Lola UeBogory, No :24, 491E8telle\ I.eouhard no 4a: 40110 (00 In 1887, and 00 In 1803.

I carried over from lost year 003 17 Artcsla . .2000 4117 Maud Murray no 4j; 3500: The maximum temperature was above w4JPw --
37*, Annie M Del'Ms, No 31 ---- .
8 ; $15307: 4m07 Hartland . 4000 $2334 3838 00 on 9 days, above 85 on 25 days, and

: I Total $ 43 371f, Maud Murray, No 41; January )8, 1803No. the mean temperature was 80 and aboveon

4 ; t Total receipts . 13485 53 Banyan . 3.) 00 408 W T Kennedy prin : = 8)) (q 24 days Mean temperature for this ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST RODIE.
1 '. 30, N W Robinson, No IS, 411) Ida It Bates school 50) 0)) month for nine years, 80.0.
Outstanding warrants: .. .f IOU 00i Tltusville . . . HI 0.1 il4lO Mary n Ransom. 510(0.
,p i ; ? Cash bal. In treasury . . 175: W 3S1 I, N W Itoblnson, No 18, rll'l' Laura L Sharp no 3. 5)00 Total rainfall was 1.82, which Is about
We hereby certify that this financial Tltusville . . 315 50.J Value L Jlebbetts no. 4 541(10 three-fourths of an inch less than the THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,

1 4 'Ii i,I i statement In true and correct, to the 3S2, G F Paddlson, materialfor r.ol: J W lodge no 6. . 300)( average, and about one and one-thin COMPARTMENT CARS? DINING CARS,

r ;' ; t beRt of our knowlodge and belief. No 30, Georgiana 209) 00 II 5414 Jennie I'arham no I I. 2400 inches less than the total amount which TRAIN
I 383, (} F Paddison! materialfor 611Effie:\ It Merrill no. 111. ::1.300 i THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED:
JNO. II. SAM', A. T. FKAHTER, No 21, Sebastian. 102 IOd A l' Storm no. 17. . :'t5' 00 fell In the same month last year.
Co. 1 I. Treasurer ..
i .' Supt. 3S4, G F Paddlson, for W P M7) Nettle Jeter no 21. . 4U OIl) There were 10 days with rainfall, but
1 TRhAKLRElt'a ITEMIZED IITATEMJoNT.j' : Hatrhett, mat. for No 21 70\ 00 l iwu4 M J Sullivan DO 30. r>ll) ((8)) the greater part of the rain fell on the QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

385, J H Sam, for Hatchett 6clO) Lucy Dardlll no. 32. ao (110 Sth Oth and
14th the
total for these
I I. I Statement of all sums of money; telegram above bill. . 100 IHII)) T L Smythe DO 33: 20 (MI) ,
Ii 1" : > received on account of county school 3SO(, G F Paddison, material 1i11 May Dellogory DO. 39.: leI 011 three days being 3.49 inches. Excessive North: _DocS mt.: North: _DocS Wwr.t'

fund for the scholastic year ending for No 31. . . . 565 1 51.2: Sue Iopklns no. 40. 3000 precipitation, exceeding one inch per C we. ... ... ,.. .!'y" ,.,.
June 30th, 181)5.r ) 387, L C Oliver, materialfor 1 613 E8telle Leonhard no 4:1: 40 ((8)) hour, occurred on the Sth. AU TlAIIII( OAIIY 4a.::;. ALL TlAIIII DAILY.W.Id. .. .... .,. .
July 1 '(>'. Hal pr last ieprt S 025 41 No 10 . 12 60 I 514 Maud Murray no 45. 4000 Greatest .W.- a a.Lv.
', .. 2 ii To E w Hall coil SSM, E Stiling, material for I 515 Jaa M JlaM"ln no 6a.: 330) and least rainfall for this Jsekanvtlls. ..c..P. f m .m 1120 pm L.. Jacksonville. P.q A P. 110 pm J n Nu r

J : rev co tax 107 8. No 17, Indlanola . . 18 73 1 6111 Bessie L ('Iary no 63. 30 OIl) month since station was established, : Zvwtt 6svann.h, : -. 11 156 00 am am 10 5 :a: A.".xv.ntt Mason,, Seetb.ru.. : : :a: 4 N P
':1 : .. .. : : : 1700 3M<), Phojnlx mills, for 35 5 92 II /517VirgieMWigfeld DO M 3J\ ( ) 7.82 in 1887 and 0.07 in 1892.!): Average : Calumbis, loetbera :: Atlanta. : / Y : : :N
: : : : ; uw.ahington
,'. u . 05 73 I* 5Vlft II II II A\' hi kft Mil M J Little DO 1\4. 40110 rainfall for this month for 0 6.00 ..r. Charlotte, .. _. :: :: Chattanoota, : 110 ..
years _. 1 ( 0. .... 'IO. 1.L!
42 110 Clnctnu A
14" C n Collins stjlto 391 S mat. for 10 619 M J Little 54 40 00' aw pm l4.
j Hitching, 21 20 no ". 100 Z4
trees, 1888. . 48 JM: 8 Kitching, ft. pd. on 5JO:! N W Robinson no 18 4500 nches; average number of rainy days for : PDll::I'i.ID. :. :: 10 16 ammIt: im Ar". 8.ln,bsm. .to.ah... 11 T :a'smAr. :__

.. .. 1889 . :50I furniture. . . 2232: 44 521 M R MahafTey no 23 4100 lame period, 16. N New York.N _. 11 N pm 12D: sm 81. Louts CaIro III. LID' -

1 I 1 i 4. .4" .. 18110. . 204( 3'U, F' T Budge, hdw. & pt. 522 Eliza I J Powell no. 20: : 33 00 There were 13 clear day., 17 partly A,. Ash.vUIe. (owtheva._ ..._...... 1010' sin ". :wu mpkte Clly, Y.. e.".. II: 10/ :: :pmt _
..
(. 1 u 1891. . 1317 for noa 10, $:.i 20; 45, $S 75 11 91 44 52.1:!: Anna Mahaffey no. 33..IMI:\ cloudy and 1 cloudy day. Average
44 41892.. . 7:1: 67 3')4) F Fee, hdw. for No 31. 2 05 524: Janie Seawell no 51 . 50 00 For full Information to of thus treat Railway
cloudiness a scale of 0 to apply Agent
on 10 any
I'' Aug 4 J 11 Same Bale i i ichuol 3')5!) agt I R S 11 Co, M S 523:! M J bulllvan memb. b'd 4.4.

L boob 23; Of Saute, freight to no 10 3 40 grading com. Sept exp., 8 00 Total wind movement, 6,849 miles, oran System, or lu connection

I t Oct 12" C n Collins state 3'Hi! ADVOCATxadv.district 44 52U:! Ida R Bates grading average velocity of nine miles per W. A. TURK, C. A. BENSCOTER 8. N. HARDWICX,

I .. tIIramt due fin 1883 61r boundaries . 11 20 com. !Sept and Oct exp 12: 00 lour. Prevailing direction, southwest, O n.r.l Pa.*. Afant. Mel O.n. Pata. Lest ...'! '.... Au'WAeNiNsON *.
,, u u Redeinpu allli llur 31)7\) Mar, lists A letter hd. 0 l(0( 14 1 627 Susie F Drown grading: Agent "TA. >
44 cent of the total .. aTU
of tax aalea 1888. u'I 3')8!) J II Same, ft. paid on com. Sept examination 12 00 or per direction. P. HNOIVILIC, TCNN.
'I .. .6 Certlllcatea from furniture to schools No 31, .' 628 I :! W T Kennedy grading bserved. Highest velocity, 47 miles, W. D. ALLEN

: i lit for prcl end t 18Sf 80 SIX 13; 15, $24; 23, #721: ; com. Oct examination . :2 00 from the north on the Oth. ,
il t June ao '0.. 11191 2831 No 63, $5 54 . 75 00 520; Mary 11 Ransom grading There were 14 thunder storms duringthe Florida Passenger Agent,
: u .u u 18f1: 8051 40:1, J H Same, Supt aaUry 7500 com. Oct examination: 2 00 month. :212: West Bay Street, JACUONYILLE: FLA.
Dee 3 E W Ball coil 1:1:113: 404, John Henry, mem. bd. Ja: 40 5.10 J II Sam. Incid'tl expo
u u u .. 71)(11111. 700 405, A L Hatch, mem. bd. 7 (1(1() examination Sept and Oct tt I 50 J. E. LAXOIETTE, July Oatti. JI'IOlJ.J

ItJ.. . 10. 2:1: 4K( ;, G B lUimph memo b<1. 4 00 SD't! T L Smythe no 35. 40 00 Observer. -
.
u u. 44 41)(11111. 400 407BFJames, t'rNo50oul. 3500

Jan 8 '03:; J E nowman ab11Lovejoy -
tine 1000tl flJQ c n Culline ala bar November 8th, H<>I"Xo -

tax 1887 . 87 3'HI! (J F Paddison, materialfor BIG PROFITS WE DELIVER

I tl tl lAA.i . 16I No 30, GeorgUna 2018 Small I Investments, .!.
I u u u 188U. . .. 16u .' 400, J Olmstead, for W P .
I .. 'I .4 U 18110. . 10 Hatchett, material No 23 02 00)
ItetunlugprosiaritywUmakeuteny| ) rkh but novhera can they make much
10
/ N '411801 205 1 401 I'ha-nlx mill. No 54 US) 41 within a
short .
HUM by .ucceuruI8lICulation in drain.( ) rovl lona and Block. A
1 ra 18\1'4 . 1171 4itt V E Orr map for schools 24 0040S Piano or Organ

I.t M N 11 11I)3 . . 4128: .. Haney S Furniture Co, t 00 FOR EACH Dollar Invested can be made by our
.4 3 'E W Hall 001 co tax 73 011I school desks . 44.130; $$10
I N 4/ el 31101111. 300 U'luhllllating fur blk bds 20 00 L__ Systematic Plan of Speculation AT YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit,
-. 19" y 00 tax 137 21 .' 40t), fiance S F Co, ft. on to approval after a trial In your own house. No required until :Y"' *
.4 u u orilClllal..1| ) bv n*. All auivmaful ai rulat<"ni n|..raU on a regular ajrttemU money o.
"q polls 780 desks to Xo Waveland 14 54 : la a ..ll.known tact that then an lh............o( men la all pana of the railed 8tat.. who, thoroughly satisfied. Our prices are aa low as any house In the United State
lob 1 .00): 410, J II bams, ft. paid on bysaoouatletra.lingthrough; Chicagobrokers. musks lann swamis every year, ringing from a our terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an instrument, .
44 4/ Of .. 13 pollil. 13 00 furniture to schools No 53, raw thuuuail dollar for the man who invests a hundred or two hundred :dollar. uu to tt5G.ooo to
't'' .KM....... or inure by thecae who (eve.)a few thousand The Celebrated CONOVER.
Jlch 4 . . 84014 $15 82: ; 30 $1157( ; 10, $10 75 3855 ,
II I* also fart that thoM who make th* arrest profit from eoiniaratlTeljr auiall The Renowned
InveitmenU FISCHER.
n U Hloxhap00.. 3400j .' 411, Am. Ii Co, bks for 8, 10 8 31 on this plan :* iwrnoua who live away from ChkaKO and invest through broker who thorouehiT The Beautiful X PIANOS.
Ca 9" W D 412, Jas Pritchard, Int. on denund .>>teuiatl(. tradln,. SCHUBERT.I I
4 I j int :c"hiug. 38100 money advanced warrant 10 44 Char pins dun not risk the who* amount lninu on any trail' but seven:both side, ao that And KINGSBURY.
whether UM market rises rr (sib It brings a proAt that I
steady pllee up enormously In a short
I Apr 3 U nn tax both made 2433 07 413 Laura L Sharpe, teacher "m. ocallon, Aeollon Farrand & Votey CHICAGO COTTAGE
k 10 en ColUDuedemp school No 3. .. . 50 00 WrIte for CoalnelB, Proof. alo our Manual on uorMful speculation and our Daily ORGANS
; tax We cerUf 1888 04 414, W T Kennedy, prin. No MsrkeReport, full of money-making polaMn. ALL FHEE. Our Manual explains martin
trading fun,. HlrhMI iefranca In and .. >
w 4t 4. 'I 1889 00 2, Tltusvtlle . 8000 for further information addraaaTHOMAS regard to our standing Brass and small Instruments, Music and Books. Write u'i; we will tar' .vo
0. .. U U 1891 04 415 Ida R Bates t'cher No t 60 00 money
'f .4 Of ? 189' 43 410 Mary 5000 & CO. Bankers AND Brokers
I : ,
1. ; 04 a .4 a1 41 1893 438 417 I .IL ::t."NO"4 60 00 The A. 33. Oniupl>cll Oo.,

1 I ,e .t.4 .4 .. 1804 15 6U 418 J W Uodg t'cher No 6 60 00 241.242 Rlalto Building, CHICAGO, ILL. JACKSONVILLE FLORID



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professional Cards nIU:VAUU. CO. SCIt(>)bLS.jbnfia.cJ StO( M J Little M 84 .1(100Utll

( front tmi II ) Lube IMiogory no 511.. 45 (II) SOUTH GEORGIA COLLEGE
PLANT
:;1 .: ROrSSIWAtTEB S. Oa*.A.. pag 01>2 M K MahaiTey no 3? S3 u) SYSTEM.

)OBBISS-.t OnAIIAM, February 6th, H'.i5No. 1 a ttrtl; XV Robinson no 60. i 1.7 WKM J: TtlOMA:.TIt.LK, OA. a:[
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", 644 M J Little school no U 40 (N) 095( A A Stewart record deed..l 3.1 8 011 10 For Boys and Girls.
ATTOHNErS-AT-LAW, 845 Beanie L Clary no. 1 :') (00 AnviirATK
notice 1 40
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Hor 4:-From 10 to 12 a. m., "" MIl< W T Kt'nnedYl'rln no. 2 80( 00 \ J Little rent school 54 10 00 -:1'-:

nci and 2 to 4 p. r rTirravl" 617 64,* Ida Mary R H Hates Hansom no. 2 no.. .2 5000/6OOO .(19181\ C iMininu-illn rent 32 5 00. Faculty f>f Seven Competent Instructors Perfect Eo.ccec.gex: Servioe.Do'U.ble .

:, BreTard Co., Florida. 849 I I.iura A Sharp no. 3 80 00)( Using the most Approved Modern

"tll;Iwx i I"*. In all the courtat and fed ."' 550 Value L Hcbl>etts no. 4 60 (00)( ,' 090 Jno It Sinn Incidental tJA: AU Method daily 'J'xa.1c.s.:
\ practice Ill Anna W Sweet nov 8 ,Wl. (III
office. . 100(1 In
expense allll"I'artmt'lItll..ln..III.llnM Music and
L.I.I for examining an :; facilities "
TOO Jno
yes, .. 653 Susie F II Sams co supt sal 7110 l>ralng.ommodious .
tltlee Brown Unexcelled Pullman
land no. 849(3) -
Honey to Loan; 701 A L Hatch men Board 5 60 Equipment. idi:4
554 Ida M Dodson no. 10 70 00 702: O B Humph 4 (JO (' and Elegant Buildings and
/555 Jennie Parham no 11. 20 (00 703 John Henry Of.. 820 Uronndft.
EORGE W. MORTON, 65(1( Eliza A Heath no. 12 45 00 '. 704 Ind Kir State Ilk Intenton
557 II C Hunter no 15. : : 45 00)( advanced 134 04 Board In good families near College at

J NOTARY PUBLIC, "" ball 558 Effle A C Storm R Merrill no 18. 3500()( 705 Phrenlx money lumber mills co I 110 to 112: per month o Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston. Q
no 17. 35 00
'. material for no IS 3 30 Tuition' f:2, "', or 14 a month, accordIng .
Brlarwood Canaveral, Florida 600 Frances B Arnold 19 21 42 "
: .. no 700 Am Book co school bh 6 81 "I to Montgomery. }
Conveyancing carefully executed. 501 Rebecca Kennedy no 20 35 (III 707 Mrs Bessie L Clary) no 1 100 00 to advancement of pupils lJ" fj
r.h 602: Nettle Jeter no 21 4000(
Attendance 11 "
increasing yearly
oeds,, mortgages, Satisfaction: etc., 503: Minnie Steinmeyer no 22: 100 00 *(71M to Tifton,
blanks on hand 604 Luba DeBogory no 24 20 (00) June 4, 1895\ Lest year 171.

501( J M J Sullivan no 30 . 50 (006dD II 708 L Carlton teaching Isolated Fall term opens September 2nd, ISII,').

I, Anna M\ DePass no 31.*. 80 00 pnplln . . 3000 Write for Catalogue to These trains carry through Pullman Sleepers
i flXOK S. JONES, 567 Lucy Dardis no :32 . 35 005fi8 II 700 May Dellogory numb 38 3.. {)()
George F Linn no 3... 40( 00 710 Anna Mahaffey no 3.1 35 00 MISS E. H. MERRILL, President, orAPT. to New York, Washington Philadelphia,

10 ATTOENETATLAW.TCSVILLE reports for schools 1000 II 711 M R Mahaffey no 37. 15 00 A. O. MILLER, Vice-President.
II 1 637 S Kltchlng material for 712 N W Roblnnon no 60. 35 00 Baltimore, Nashville Louisville Cincinnati
,
.ru [ BREVARD CO., FLA and building closets . 7 40 .' 713 James I'rltchard Intent

II AtE: P Porcher agt J St A moneys advanced .. .. 42 W) ) St. Louis Mobile New Orleans Atlanta and
County Judge of Brevard County. A I RRy ft for no. 10 1876t9 714 S Happcrsett hardvir The Globe Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia, ,

.". ; F'I Budge bal hdw no 34 70 for no 18 . 1 (X)
e. J. T. SAKDEHU, 840 Phojnix mills materialfor II 713 Anna W Sweet member Chattanooga.
L OACLDIK
house no. 18 Titusville. 104 05
.. grading com May exam 2 00
rotary 641 Hay&Day hdw for no 55 .1 71(1( Jno II Same co supt sitP 75 (00
III f"'OAULDEY.I: SANDERS, and tinning roof to no. 2. 18 2.1; It 717 A L Hatch member brd. S So
l.J 542 Pineapple: Canning Co, .1 718 U B Humph 4 00 M

IG.a ATTOKNEVS-AT-LAW, lumber for no. 39 Jensen 17 52a' .1 711!) John Henry 8 :2" 1 1aix.hrseioweraruoe

'Will H'Tlila:: practice: and(the n all United the Courts States Court of the. State 543 Ueo F Linn no. :31 40 (HI) ..' 720: \ DeBogory no 53 33: (dO)( r .
1 721: C W Crabb no23 M
repairs
.
Box i15 KLA.Money
p t" TITIfAVILLK .
*1JH: IUI) 1 7J2; : Bessie L Clary no 1 20 )HO ta.
Loan. I
to 18 511: Frauds 11 Arnold no 19 :21 4253J .1 723: : Luba DcBogory no 511.: 35: (10()(

:! A L Hatch memb'r b'd I ft 50 II 721; May IVBogory no38: :.13; 00 em
It KM: John Ili-nry niemb. b'd 8 :20 .' 723 M
r"'MF REYNOLDS : R Mahaffey no 37 23: at)
I J. ".. 5JI J H hams Supt salary 75; 00 .' 72H; N W Robinson no 50 31(3): ( )
5.15 A A Stewart recd deeds 1 70 .1 727 MA! M Dndson mbr grdg
TTORYEY.A-LAW. O.'tii: ; Ellis Wager secondary committee May examn 3 00

587 Hancy S F Co for NOB .1 728 Jeo K Linn mbr gradg

IIutclilnHon Avenue, 10 and 3 . 18 79 committee May examu. ::1011
:: 688 Ray & Day hdw: for No 8 0 1.) 72'\ J Piitcbaid int monad v 1.4 tI&
l'tllll\'lI1o., Florida. 5s0.9Lllatchfitfur 3 3 89 .1 7-50: J H Same co snpt salary '71100; wplclit 1110.lb.. epacerepdrel |
.". 590 L A foreman: frt fur 1 12: :24 .' 7S1 A L Hatch member brd 1ro ?!'xiH Inihc'

591 A C Dittmar intl for 0 2(114 'a 73J: :! U B Rumph ', 4 (I() Manufacturer tim imwt. IVrfrrt HHlKl.le
and t J<", "mh'.llIInt"r) for juinclirn and Yachts,
'WELL TITUS 512* J Pad
Imbr fur
: igett ialg '
"
7.J-: : John
II 20 ,
I-j r Henry III the market. Knxv: : to mart, run until toppedwith i '
and const of house 2.1 125; 00 .
no : very little' mtpntliin; .1.0! Imllctem. of
a A TTORYEY.\T.J..A W. II 693: C Bradley fit fur no 55 1 62: .211734 launches cniniiMe'' and l stationary mop....
594 E J Burns hdware 100 11KN.T.: W. .imoMK: ,
I'ractJrl In State and federal courts. Land 595\ F T Budge supplies 3 2 75H2049 Close of scholastic 18i-!) !>3. S..III Agent for Ilmnnl' and Ornnire I'o'ii.KU.:
,itlet a "|18clalt). Attorney for Hoard of year Kt. l.ucle, The INN, 1)1't'I'arlllil, open all the year.
Catalogues and jtrlcm on .1'IUt'.Unn.|
aunt) Commlinlonern, and County Solicitor. : 95: JNO. II. SAM,

I' b I JInX M. TITfSVILLE, FLA. March 4, 180So ;;- {'o. Snpt. Pub. InA.nn.XU -
5111 Bellllie L Clary no 1 50 (10)(

597 W'r Kennedy pin no 2 811 Oil) The Largest and Most Com-
R Freeman Hall, fcilas B. AVrlglit. ." 51)8 Ida It Bates no t: 1'000 ARMY OF TIII UK1'UIILIC. The Plant Line.

Attoiney-at-Law, DeLand<'la. 511\\ Mary II Hanllolll no 2 50 lJO plete Establishment South. Steamship

& WRIGHT, ti00Iaura L Sharpe nod. 5000
HALL 001 Value S llIbbett no 4. 5000 GEO. S HACKER & SON

INSURANCE AGENTS, 002: Anna W Sweet no 5 4000 The Southern Railway In connection l''OMt hIXH.'ionM( 'enlu..hip SI'.yic

TituevilleFlorida. 001 John W liodge no 6. 50(10( with the F C. & P. Railway, has been
(tJ04 Suede F Drown no 8 1)000 I elected the Grand of the Re- '
by Army in ire {Soullioi'iin ,Vn e.'M.
Representing the "bId Hartford," (00 Jennie Parham no 11. 3000 (
Liverpool & London & Globe, and all the a' OOtl H C Hunter no 15 4:1: 00 public, as the official route to Louisville, l I

Ileaclinf.: companies. Are prepared to 007 Ellie It Merrill no 16 33 00 Cy,, for the Annual National Encampment 1 1a Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa '1

write, lines up to 20,0(10: ( In any part of 80S A C Storm no 17 3100 In September. The route will bo L Key West and Havana. --- :
Brevard county. tiOO Frances D Arnold no 111 ::4142 via Everett and
Atlanta Chattanooga

.. "" 610 611 Iteb Maude E Kennedy Chandler no noJ 20.: : 3..00 4:1: 0)) Lexington. i ,. 1[ Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.
01, VV.VE BAY DADE COUYTJ '.
\ Jl2 Anna M DePass no 31 1000 For this occasion the low rate of one. "

J W EWAX, .... 613 Lucy Dardis no 32: :23; 00 cent per mile has been made, which will I B. W. WRENN, PnHMi-ngcr Tiafllo Manager,
U. S. COMMISSIONER.
6U May DeBogory no 37 3000
make the rate about f 10 for the roundtrip Savannah (la.
61:1: Sue H 1I01.klns no 40. 3000 ,
Public
State at
Notary Large. 6.6 Eltelle Leonard no 42 4000 from Jacksonville. This rate Is

Lands Selected - --- -- -- -.
made. the -
; Conveyances 617 J M Illdwln; no 52 700'a open to public. -
I ,'>rrf pondence solicited. Address: UlSVlrgleMWlgtIeldnold: 3100 Tickets will bo sold September 8th to

Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, 619 M J Little no M. 4000 11th and will be limited for Manufacturers of
Office, Ewan's Landing. 020JJFInnnoW 4000 return trip 8 &
Tile
until October 5th. florida (Central peninsular Railroad l
tI1! N W Itobinsou 110 18 128:1: Doors, Sash, IHiiuls.
tIl": : II 3.211 The route selected has two through

GEORGE W. ALLEN, II 63)1: R Mallaffy no 28 201)3 rains daily, leaving Jacksonville at 7:30:
"tI4": .. 1807 and Moulding and Building Material. Short Lute lictwot'ii Florida nod nil Northern I'olntt
a. m. 020 p. m.
A TTORYEY.A -LAW, 65! Anna Mahaffy no 3:1.: 39 00
62'1' Not III"uOtJt-cllneelled. G. A. R. Posts, desiring special cars, Office and Ware-rooms, King, Opposite Everett;: Savannah Augusta, Ca., Columbia Washington, Baltimore -

ic> West, Florida.Will 6:17: 'ark & Co blk board. can arrange for same by addressing Cannon Street,

material no 11. . 015 W. D. ALLEN, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
I practice In the United States 628 Ellis Wager atationery G 23;
Fla. Pass.
4iul State Courts. OjunOSrR ; 629 A L Hatch mbr Dd I' 1. 5 511 Agent, Charleston, S. C. ... Evrrrtt, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati
6:10: John henry tI 20 Southern Railway, and Chicago.

6:11: G B Rumple II.. 400 Jacksonville, Fla. Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City, St.
B. L. WILLS, Sams 0 Sash Weights Cord and Louis /Sioux
:: : i Ii :r:3: : 1 2 20 Chicago, City.
flOO HOOKS I TC. Fltii River Junction, PcnHJxcoU, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, Mexico, Californiaand
6:14: Ida ltl Dodllon no 10. 3.300a'
H
Kffrftlto 181)5.
rilYSICIAX & SURGEON the Paclllo Coast July ,
6J6: American hook Co Hardware
school boob . 17 'j0 Rend ten cent and Ket by return mall a beau New York Miultml and New. 1 ork Paw
.
rnrsviLLE, FLORIDA. Iful souvenir of the Cotton Rtatv and InternaInnal '' tww- M5.lrleaves JwkmiiivlllH T::'WI a. n.. and eau
Exposition, |otage: prepaid and ourname and GlassA .,., with TliniiiKh; I'll 11 man Hlm>|"..ra for
Window
OFFICE .130042 and addrem printed In the Atlanta Journal Fancy Everett '. .
:-Hutchinson Avenue, near w ; Havannah ( .h".I>I. VtanhliiKtuii, |l.)-
true Indian River hotel. April 1, 1815So of ( "iiininfrce' *|wrlal "Mall [Miler |Mrt o- S tlnmra, flilluiMjilila.:: New fork Ihintoii and all
Wry" that will to exhibitors antihmulredofmall : :
KO tjuttirn: ArrlveaJaokwnrtllelonua.m,
point*
2.. 4000
W SPECIALTY.
tlJ6: T Kennedy no order tlnii who will wild amile book. w *ws and 9:40 m.
p.
It 637 Ida R Bates no 2 3000( papersete. free. I. ) hupar0ueut'ar.between, i4t.Angutneand)
JOHN AfePIXWALL, 038: Mary H RanllOm no 2. 30 00 JOURNAL of COMMERCK.Atlanta: : e..5w.er ,, fJ X..w \iirk. |inliicara| tu anil from, WuliluKton. .-
6:19: Laura L Sharp no 3. 50 CICIOf ) ,(barCanllna .5 ,l .
6-10 Value SlIibbettano 4. 6000 r .
I
REAL 6-11 Anna W Sweet no 5 40i( Teat Piece. ... Onlr Linn Through 4h* llanliriil Illllfonnlryuf
ESTATE & IXSURAXCE.r A
: / Mliltll I
MorliU IVn.ix-olit, umliiibU
e It 6-1:4: Susie F Drown no 8 41100 w ? ,y"' }: htr av Jacksonville .M .
In regard to the nee of liquid carbon a. tn.for
6-13 Jennie arbam no 11 30 ((10 In : w''' T" 4 iJiku City f.h. <>..k, Madiau| Miintliflki.
: GALLIE, '. FLORIDA. 6-1. Eliza A lIeath no lx. I 00(10)( ( dioxide for chilling test piece*, especially '" t,7 s Tkllitluuiiiev.. (liver.Junutlon I'vimiM-nla, Mobile,
stone, iron and steel, at low temper New Orleans,and the ..wiuthwcut IIle"I"". Cali
6d5 Effie It Merrill no 16 25 OfJ ."" nr '/ fnruiaaudtile facINo (" _1. Carrie* Hlveiwn,
C \\ CRAVEN 6-16 A C Storm no 16 35 (MI ature, II Bailer writes in The Industrie ,r. ff Anlve.Jw'kemvill.T:2uamr:

847 Frances B Arnold no 1\1\ 2142 Zeitong that a cheap and simple farm : .4 r ,r ,. \\\
6-IS Rebecca Kennedy no 20 35 0)( of apparatus in which the test specimen : PoorHealth \ leaven.la<'kwinvlll* a:JKI a. in. for RUrke Haw-
DENTIST ll C
thiirnnHllvcrHiirliiK.llcala ((laiiunvllto, Cedar
. r.o ((5)) w :
619 Nettle Jeter no 21 could bercooled' would consist of a wooden l K y, WllilwiHMl, l .;. : TavarM, AN| >i>ka,
Tm-sviLLE, FLORIDA. tilt) Minnie Steinmeyerno20 Ii0MI box with double walls, top and bottom -- \ irlunilfi, jnHMM-hr, 1Mls City, Plant City.
(1.)1 Maud Chandler no 2J.: 8500 the between being filled ., a T"'I'| ArrivsJacksenrillea.45pin.
""ffic spaces
and rooms in Ray building, up- 6:12: J.uba DeDogory no 249 2000
I with some nonconducting substance. ('Ins-lnnatl and Vlorlila Mmlt l. Tears Jark.mnvllUS .
Ofl
atalrs 6i3: M J Sullivan no 30 lOCI Y S T 1 0 0 f + ,
UIi. h VntlbuleTraln. Tlua
Washington avenue. The could be led into such a
3000( liquid gas h: :
851 Lucy Dardil no 32. p a (llttl*ovi-r sb to Cliiviunatl, via Mania
853; George F Linn no 31. 4000 box from the iron or steel fla&ks in i AtI..ntal ImtUiMMiifa. Connects fur NanbTlllo.I

John B Stetson University 6.)6 Sue M Hopklnl no.tO. 3000 which it is furnished and would be deposited means so much more than ip, 'r?9 west Arrive, 1 hJ Jsck.onvlll.lea.a.: : : : .north and

II 67 Elwlle Leonhard no 42. 2210 in great part in the form of frostat and iRAarAcimLL

DeLand II 818" Maud\ Murray no 45. 3.\ 00 a temperature of about 78 degrees) G, you imagine-serious IerYMpW r.Ilu.rLU l ..h.II:. Holly Bprlniti IbMit, Ht. Gab, Kama City
=Florida. ;59J L Smthe no .1'7. 40(10 and the test specimen could be readily fatal diseases result from 1Ne's sowM'aMason o I.eavc Jai kttmrill* :

6tJO Virgie M Wigfield no r.a 3.500 put Into and taken from such a box and trifling ailments neglected. Atlanta, lllrnilnKnaui, IlollySpring.,
.Cur both Bexe College, Normal School 661 M J Little no M . 4000 Memphis, Hi>rliiKn lil. kanvu Pity HI. J"HiU. fblraeo.' Sioux City
:
low : : :
would quickly get to a temperature. : trJ"ieIUI'l'm.rt: :
loudaAa Art gcbool and ConserTatorjr o 1 Slid Luba DeDogory no M. 2500 Don play with Nature's rlianit to KaiiMu City and HI. Owls, only uiw tban|[. to *
"UtuthMi of lint rank Faculty of One of the Russian railroad companies Jst II' :all e. n..
'w. 003 J&I M Da1dwln no 52. 8 15 .IMI'K NMwi ami intermediate Arrive Ju'ktonvlll
st1 teacben. Seven M. for TallahaiuM pnlnti. 4KWn. m.
stem,,, elegant nipped 604 Eliza J Powell no 2'J 3.00 is on the point of baring such an apparatus greatest gift-health. auto r. M.-for T.ini>a and InteriueillaM point.. Ilillnian.: tlmiiiera.I Arrlv.Jacka.nvl l.SJes.ua.Fur .
Ind toldby w.tt'r heth..t.'rhoroughlytclt; I 665 Janie 6eaweU no 51 43 '131 constructed in order to test rails Ifyraarefeellnfoil H ,niliirM>nvlll. .., "|..runbnru and Ainevllle, leave Jacktouvllle dally at 'iUI |.. lit., ltmorVjTm

villa rtwnanium.Military Lepanment iMU fur of rby.ieslaCulture LJbr.ryo1 006 M K Mahaffey no 37. 21100 and wheel tires at low temperature.The of sort weaaad .. '''' '*A tUnta.two Tralni I lally. iMre Jacksonville T:3tam.snd4JSpm: Ilillma.I
.
*.*o vnlumear\ Reading= ,men.with all leading 667 A L hatch tuber board 350t practicability of accomplishing the .baaMed fmerally, pervoe. passengers to Atlanta, using I the Holly I H|>rlnK. .sleepers! can remain.In their; berth; iiutil 5f1D a. in.
'itiodlcalt and II 200SrOJohu Browits: Ill II man Hl"" )>en on all Night l Train
daily via
II C..1cal- papers. i 668 G B Humph desired object with each an outfit- bane M appetite
:110..101'1..."Sepnubu idi g for Hn an .. IIenry 620 the rapid freezing of specimens has nail blnaloaceik tanY work., ISend for Rest InOeied Township Map of Florida to

.:. :'::. .=::of term estabnshai Decewhrrand reputetae 670 W T Kennedy at Ocala esp tcbrscontentlon 12 OfJ( been demonstrated by putting a Dumber lag! .Ike trrattkeahit MMI reliable N. 8. J'EY INOTOY, A. O. MAI DON ELL,
for giving full inter- of iron test piece into a bag of several' Iron C
General
e&ta1ucue
Mfcm. 671 Frances IJ Arnold DO 19. 2148a wdlclae.wkkh Traffic Manager Passenger Ag't
thicknesses of coarse cloth and then in draw.'* Iron, II''..
JOHN r.rORBES, Preildent. 672 Sallie Carleton no 2.'i 3002) tert. A few botties .
673 Anna Mahaffey no S3 35 00II traducing the liquid gas. The latter at csr.bs..atvery.M _ ____ _ ____ u _
674 not tuned caooelled. 00 once became solid and filled all the COWM 'r roe the

Florida II 675 J no. II. Saml, Alary. 7500at spaces between the specimens which Bitters WKt'l tlfi-dan-U
Grown Trees. 676 E D Wager ltaUonery. a ro thus lay packed in snow. Each sped sad ftmrtfftt It's

6i'1 btelle Leonard no 41.: 62.'i men was provided with a depression pleasant to Uk*.

into which mercury could 'be poured
FIRST-CLASS BUDDED( nnrrr,__ '1,43185; and on doing this, after a short exposure It Cures

lay '1, 18966i8 in the fronting beg it was found that

Orange Grapefruit, Seedless ." 6'7'J"Beanie L? Clary" ntl.. 1.... 44).a D20Of 80 showing the mercury that the immediately temperature solidified of the, Neuralgia DypepU Trouble lCl4a..4. User THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

Grapefruit and Lemon Trees 6/jI Laura L Sharp no a 3000 specimens was certainly below 90 degree Constipation:: Ba4 Blood
2.300)(
Of 681 Anna W Sweet no 5. C. or lower Malaria Nervous aJ1m nUWoroco's Patented la the United States, Great Britain and Canada.
-FOR SALE.AU .- II 6I2 Susie F Drown no 8 3000
A No. I Florida Our stock II 683 Eliza A lIeath no 19. 3000a compUlnU.
UOt injured by freeze.grown Buy Florida 884 It E Kennedy no 20 6800 Queen Victoria and Mrs Jn\ja\ Ward Get ostr tke t. l .-All( ha*croieed red in Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders lo the United States.
tlaee Mben are*KbwintM. >
nown trees; Utter trees and at less 68.'i Lucy: Dardll no 33. 8000 Howe not only look alike but were ban oe.the U.wrapper.ree u .of' two*t.sta.p., we
J
'ony than can be had outside of the II 685 George F. Linn DO M. 7500 in the same year and are today in full will mil Mt of B...W.J W.....'. ,

'tat,. Call on or address, II 067 May DelhgOry no 38. 7000as mental rigor though they will be 80 In Fair Views sad book-dee. TJTU&VILI.K, FLORIDA.
co. BALTIUOHI wa
BROWN CHIMICAU ,
U 6 .
J.eollhard
Sea EateUe no _
o EO. H. WRIGIIT, 1899. - -
Orlando, Fla. II tkIO "Irile )1 WIA.hI 110 M 8 16 -











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f ? *J JJ 4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 16, 1895.
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JAMES PBITCHABD, PreddentV, B, BARyxTT, Vlce-PresideatT
: liD III RIVER ADVOCATE 4- ing the hell road, are now in favorof be granted W. A. McCann to catch one J. E. Bowman feeding prisoners 030 W. M,BROwlf,Cashier,
-+ 11 sheriff! . . 41 IS 1 )
the project. It is even claimedby manatee or sea-cow, under chapter 4,2"8 Electric Light Co. . . 810
some of the Melbourneites that of the laws of Florida. II. Titus prosecuting attorney; 33: 34 RIVER STATE

I AwaRLTJOCE'ALDRPOxD0RaDRVRirotatl: : ? 0. :Till: IJlDUII: : 81"Ea, LAaa: : in signing the petition, they supposed On motion It Is ordered that the Fla. A. Cleveland, supt. registration 10) 41 INDIAN BAM

WORTH AID "lotAflll: !: "AYIECTIOIII. they were signing in favorof Star newspaper be selected as the paperto A. A. Stewart, clerk of board, 6325: i

the road Instead of against it, publish the delli quent tax: sale in accordance J.B. F.L. Woolen WI1U, med., com.for as prisoners tax: asar .. 200 4) CO 00 (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida )

while many others claim that they with revenue act of 180V F. 8. Chaffce, flee powder. . 9 80 Authorized capital $1

editor................... WALTEa 8. O ABA_. did not understand the subject. On motion It Is ordered that the road Dr. Hughlett attendance and Paid iooooc
News also comes to us from Cocoa report of C. J. Hector, for six: months medicine for paupers . A 00 up capital $2500c

AtlxitaM KilitorA Manager,CHAf.H.WAtTOi that many of the people in that ending July, 189;), been examined and J.A. Mendel A. /Stewart), 4 copies accountant of minutes 15 ((6)) Average deposits' $300:0Ot[
-
,. town who were opposed to the road found correct, be accepted.On 1. and extra work . 10 00
';4 g Address all communication to the lTi>|ireOUUIAM have changed their mind. since hearing committee on blood hounds Marjr; Fiitch, pauper. . 0 011 .--TTrTransacts:; a General

I ; to.a, they learn that the great bulk of It In. ordered that the committee be ordered Chy. Padgett, .. . 10 m) Banli 1
. 0} ") t
: ( WALT OX, the cost will not fall our to confer with the and Wm. Anderson Business
upon parties get
'
I Eve. Spark man, . (I*> ,
;, !. m>IA\: RIVER ADVOCATE, home people. On the other hand dogs on trial, and if the same came up /Sarah Bean, "' 10 N)

', i! .,', Trriivitm, FLORIDA C. J. Hector says almost everybody to guarantee, purchase them. Chan. Jacobson . 1" 00/ I Largest and Odest! Bank on the RIJr
'I Is opposed to the road at Melbourne On motion, it i III ordered that a permit I Mark Hayden, II. . 4 114'1' ]
_. __ .
I,. : W I
!r -----;---- u and that the people are be to D. K. rufillii
I granted McCrory; to plant Mrs. S. Lewis (II i ("N 0 DIRtrTORjoo
'A
: y f"I J WE: believe It \Is only necessaryfor thinking seriously of having John oysters on his riparian right on north J. Houston road flln,1. 12 (141) rl of JAIII'RIT'R.UU'.W the N.IIon.lllank II RAK\, "i",..'.,!!

: the voters of Ilrevard county to Houston removed. Either Mr. half of lot 1, section 3-J: township :21, \. 1)). Wait, 1 (00) ) IMTRKEI (Vice( .)'re.1pii|if Inks 1'
;1 Ij't" understand the road question prop. Hall or Mr. Hector are wrong ; range 35 cant, containing 14 acten. J. D Sims, .' .'. 7 (00) v KROWJV-k.onvllle), W. OHAHAJI .'n'l' \' .

... \, crly to insure an overwhelming which is at fault we are unable to On motion, it Is ordered) the report of .1 O. Mendel F 1'addison, "II." 7 72 I': e COIIRJiI''Oxln.x'l: _

'M :11 t{ majority in favor of the bonding laY.I the views of the Horse Creek road, running R. 1). Hoke, 1(> "0' ; ai NatlonalliankefJackorvlle R"hoard Natl.naillank >11 \, \ ,k :

I I4. i project, and we hope to keep the to the Eau Uallie river bridge having R. B Bnrchfkl, II.. 117 00OO)
r.l.'I'rlJS"\rII LE
.J ill. before them so WE believe that if shell roadis R. A. lUidee 1\1\ ( ) I 14A.
!' 'f't;:: figure: constantly I a been examined) and found correct, lie .
1 that they may be able to vote in built no one will be more benefited accepted.On T). b. Bryan, II. 22: :TO), -- --- -- -
Julius .. 7 C2:
Tyler,
; t '. .. telligently. thereby than our home. peoplethe hearing report of R. li liurchflel II W. II. Drew Co., bldg fund :11 4:1: EAST COAST LINE I

i' j bone and sinew of the county. on county road survey, it U accepted for Vance Printing Co . . 211 D.i: *

'gt' t. w I. r' MART people say if the bonding They are the ones who will sharein Information.On J. E. Bowman, tg\ !state pninrs. 30( ((141)
\ i. l F. H Iloye, road fund . 17 (Hi' "
V j was only put off one the money disbursed in its! construction beating report of C. T. McCartyon Land Department
project year
K. A. Losley, general fund. . 2"* d 0 I /
1 .' ; they would favor It, but that they ; they are the ones who cost of shell, transportation, etc. it in The special finance committee
i" ap-
i ( think times too hard to increase will be able to use the road the for Information.
are accepted LANDS ,
d pointed to draft a plat( for payment of This Company offers FOR SALE Adapted foi
.I j I the taxes at present. The year round. If the building of the On bearing report of K A. Hardee on proponed iHHiie of bonds submitted an

U I fact Is, if the county votes bonds road stimulates immigration to securing right-of-way for shell road, it III i follow: # # Fruit Growing and Trui-kins

I. no levy ef taxes will be made pro. Drevard county and promotes accepted for information.On To the lion. Board of County Commissioners

: ). viding for the bond issue until business prosperity, it i is our home motion, it is ordered that the petition : ALONG ITS LINE OF ROADS.

i t:. next year, 1896 and nobody will people who will be most greatly of J. M Sanders be accepted against Oentlemen:-Weheiewith beg to submit :::y Special terms to actual settlers. For further particulars, luliliea

+ have to pay any taxes for bonds benefited thereby. If the road l is calling an election.On the following plait of payment of an
I not built and business remains JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner.
t y .j; y. until the spring of 1897. The levy as motion, it is ordered that the re- Issue of *r>0,000 bonds with Interest not

.'' I j.' ; for 1895 baa been made and the inactive during the next few yearsas port of the financial committee on the to exceed\ 5 per cent., and not to be sold 1 J., St. A. & I. II. R'y. ST. AUOUSTINI:: FU

; !t i rate l is the same as last jear-IfiJ it is at present, it will be our hell road-It. D Iloke, J. Mendel and F. at less than par and no commission to be .. n_. _______ ___ ---- ----- __
( mills for all See home people of limited means
purposes. report T. Budge-be received as information allowed for selling bonds:

.1.1 of County Commissioners nutting. whose little homes are mortgaged. lirevard county, State of Florida It By raining $8,000 a year to pay Interest THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
who will be unable to make other
IK hereby ordered that the months of and balance to apply upon bonds. The ,

.Ii ': : THe opponents of the project of plans to gain a livelihood ; they February, March, April, May June, estimate is HS follows: Value of prop Made for Sandy Soil Having 3 inch Tread.
will be unable to raise the ,,
:i ;:1 1 building a shell road urge that the moneyfrom July August and September are hereby erty for the first ten years $2,000,000:

.I { \\1 l : people of Brevard county at present any other source than their designated and fixed upon as months (assessed value at present $2,500,000));

41 i t' are not in condition to assume own soil The corporations and within which it shall. be unlawful to the second ten years at an estimated val-
residents will suf-
I' j t a burden of one hundred and fifty wealthy non- not chase, catch, kill, or otherwise molest uation of property at $2,500,000; ; for the

II ." thousand dollars of indebtedness. fer materially if the road is not any deer within the limits of this (Bre next twelve years at $3,000,000 would require -

I .' r .: 1\ Certainly not, but they are not built. It seems incredible that vard) county. Ordered this, the 7th day I an assessment of 4 mills, and leavea
t.lt. those who will be benefited
If most
j", : !I ;; asked to assume a burden of onef. of August IS\I\);:;. balance of $3,080.74: at the end of the
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: : i j' hundred and fifty thousand dollars. by the construction of the road, W. II fen vui'K, chairman 33id year, and with an assessment! of 11
and who will suffer if it is
'',,1 I .' The people of Ilrevard county at most It is ordered that $1(10( of the Prisoner mills\ for the 33rd year would pay out an
built should
I the outside will not assume a bur. not object to a project *' fund be placed to the credit of the accompanying table will show. Respect
f. four-fifths the which
of of
:: ; JI II 1 j. den of over thirty thousand dollars the cost Fine and Forfeiture fund. fully submitted. r
!: II' comes out of pockets of corporations
0{ -the other one hundred and R. D. HOKE, chairman
I The of the treasurer for
1. j t. twenty thousand dollars will be and non-residents. We report county J. MENDEL .- ......... .. ..... ...
: iI r the month of July on the Fine and Forfeiture
understand what kind of
:j cannot F. T. BUDGE. FOR SALE BY -
t paid by corporations and non.
': .. z logic could lead them to such a fund having been examined and If the bonds for shell road are voted EDW.EIRD
; .( resident property owners. conclusion. We cannot understand found correct was approved by the the money shall be divided between the STXLXNG,

; ,' how they can object to a road board.It Commissioners' districts according to The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer.

f JI1; WE notice that according to the being built for them when such an lit ordered that J. Houston and K the estimate of the surveyor and mileage. COCOA, Indian.: : : River: JLiOH.iDA::

:. I : County Commissioners proceedings insignificant proportion of its cost D. poke be appointed a committee to The work shall be done by home labor

J : + the Board fixed the months in falls as a burden upon their own burn the warrants turned over by the under the direction of the Connty Com

I 11 J 1 which deer should not be killed or shoulders. county treasurer as per schedule. The missioners. The trustees will be selected

,'I ki\ i molested. Under the new game committee having reported having performed as follows: One from the north end, one ASPHALT ROOF I PAINTS
: law it l is their asked to be discharged
: \ provided that the months THE DADE COUNTY TRAGEDY.The duty from the center and one from the south
, ,' !J for killing deer in all counties which was accordingly done.It end of the county. ,

1" south of township 14, which would is ordered that Misses J. Lewis be Ground in Pure
s is The following call of a special electionwas Agents Wanted.
question frequently asked .
"" t1 cover South Florida, shall be uni placed on the pauper list at tG.OO per o". Red Brown and
. "how soon can the murderer, of ordered ,
.,.,. form. It would eeem necessary month. and highest J ; Write for Samples
I; I (' therefore, for the County Commissioners Messrs. Highsmlth and Davis be On motion, it is ordered that a permitbe I CALL FOR A tPECIALELECTION Prices
tried and convicted." That depends Grade
C' 1 i, of the various counties in granted to O. E. Hill to catch one Black,

t ? South Florida to hold a convention upon how much money he manatee, under chapter-UOM of the Laws Asphaltum. Catalogue, Etc

r2 F !( < I in order to fix the time for or his friends may be able to raiseto of Florida.On .

p killing deer, uniform in the South postpone the machinery of the motion, it is ordered that the fol- On the Question of llomliiig fora FOe: PAINTING:: :

I. tI J. Florida counties. law. Probably some ground may lowing millage be levied and assessed Shell Itoail.
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if ,. be urged next December upon for the year 1805; and the assessor is Whereas it is deemed expedient by TIN, IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Railroad
r' which. continuance may be granted this Board that bonds be Issued to the ,
hereby instrubed to out the
f, MOHKOIC county has voted a three until the spring term ; then a carry same amount of one hundred and fifty thousand Buildings Freight Cars Bridges Fences and
if'' 1 hundred and fifty thousand dollar change of venue be applied on the tax book for 181)8) : State tax, 4} ,
may dollars, drawing five cent Interest
issue of bonds which are to draw mulls; general fund, 0 mills; road fund, per
) J 1 live per cent and to be sold at par. for and the case moved to another 1 mill; school futd, I 5 mills; fine and forfeiture which bonds shall not run more than Iron Work of every Kind

t ,+iI i', i We understand there was only one county ; and in case of conviction 1 mill Total 161 mills. thirty-three ;years from date, and shall
,
an appeal be taken to the Supreme Building Papers Tarred Felts 2 and Asphalt Ready
have coupons attached for the amountof 3-ply
1, dissenting vote. It seems On motion, it is ordered that Mr. Rab-
IItrange.j"
t court. When a prisoner is on trial each annual interest and Roofing and all kinds of
that the people of Brevard county agny and family\ be put on the pauper payment
for his life and the evidence
is
which bonds principal and Interest shall
or considerable number of list for one month at 128.1H:! ISoofing: u
any
Supplies
:
circumstantial all
purely fair- Flt031
be payable at Titusvllle Florida the
then, would a hundred and On motion, it I is ordered that a permitbe ,
oppose
., !:.I t fifty thousand dollar issue of,bonds minded people will for yield cheerfully himto granted to Chas. Provost, to plant proceeds of which said bonds shall be The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,
opportunity allowing
when the assessed value of prop. every his innocence but we cannot oysters on his riparian rights in lot 5, used for the purpose of constructing a Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils\ etc.,
,. prove section 7 and 8 20( ,) good shell road the entire length of the
1 erty (in Brevard county l is as great township range )7 J 3200 to 3300
see any excuse for delay wherea county. Wlllianibburg! A\e., Richmond, Va.
"f.1 as that of Monroe county. The The following reductions were made
if latter county has voted an f issue of murder is perpetrated in cold on the assessment roll: Now therefore, it is ordered that an

,I 'ff t bonds more than twice as great as blood witnesses.in the presence of numerous II. W. Powell, lots ft, II, 12: 1:1: 14, blk. election be called, to be held on the -------

j' .r that proposed by Brevard county, of Lewis. The The latter people fits of the Dade case 11, Melbourne, value $Kxi; reduced to second Tuesday in October, A. D. 180;:,, Merchant'sMetal

and tbe purpose for which bonds f37;;. for" the purpose of submitting the question

J are to he Issued in Monroe county Brevard and Volusia counties are Mrs. E. Becker, 17 acres, section 8, of the issue of bonds to the legal
thoroughly aroused, and they de- "Spanisb"TILES
1 is, in our opinion, impracticable, mand that the case be handled township it, range :.Id, value $1,2IH!( >, re- ': voters of Brevard county *

{; ; whereas the building of a road in with all duced to *'"MI.> Such election shall be held under the

t Brevard is not only feasible, but practicable dispatch We E. H. Kite and R. W. Rhodes, ne i of provisions of the act of May 31, 1S05\ of H +-
to that fatal homicidesare
I l i necessary. regret too common say in }Florida and 7} acre., of nw jr of ne jr of section :32)!, tbe laws of Florida, and the form: of the W. have three di.tln'1
ballots for such
\ 21, 35:!; value I election shall be Furliumlj ,
there is no doubt the proverbial delays township range $400; reduced Mm fur Strnlght SarUewvU
I 1 1 k; THI. County Commissioners bave' to J.'IH! ). or Again Bond Such election 7s10. 10714, U'Al
:1 of the law have much to do shall IMJ held irslt l ltmtnl
{ fixed the taxation I). K. of 40 at the several places where well M a BMTlitl.1c tlIurl.e.
,0 rate of for 1895at with the slight estimation in which I McCrory lie su qr, acres, TILE fruits
1i;JJ mills about the same as last I II life is held characters. section 3.:!, township :21, range 3.1, value$411Oj the last general election was held. ..
by desperate
And It is further
I ,: i' year, when we think it was 10J ; reduced to f.N!( ). ordered that this resolution

i'l r mills This U done notwithstanding 1). K. McCrory, nw qr of ne jr, nw of be published once In each week '. The most Ornamental

an immense reduction in values COUNTY COMM: IS.SIOXIMCS. nw jr, except 5 acres In ne corner, 63 for four weeks prior to the date set for ,. 'hi IN' Roof made, and thoi

: of groves and plantation properties acres, section U, township :22: range :.IS, said election in the several newspapers oughly. storm-prool.

owned by our home people The The following business was trniMtcted value flUOj: ; reduced to $250.D. ; printed in Brevard county ro.wit: The The "STAR" Ventilator

Hoard was enabled to fix the rate by; the County CommUulonem at their K. McCrory, nw of nw qr of se qr, Melbourne Times, Cocoa and Rockledge "ALASKA"
nieeUiig from 5th to 8th of Aug. WTO. ( .. Iron.'v. guaralrCopper
\ News, Florida Star and INDIAN RIVER sae'
allow as last year, only because 10 acres, section :.U I:!, township :21, range tee all our high '
On motion, it U ordered that the attorney ur
some three hundred thousand dol. 3.1, value $::11.1; reduced to $23.Mrs. ADVOCATE. .: Ab.olutel the 1_"n. grad. elates to "MERCHAKT'S
of the loan! confer for )
this hoard
Passed August 7th, 169\\ : with four madebythe
Jars worth of railroad property. M Simonson, east 2 Jrds: of lot menu. Durable 8tonnl'alm
I added to the assessment roll, otherwise with the proteatants in the Itockledgero.ni : :2, block (), litutviUe section 3, township "otOlllo favor and one in opposition-theChairman. I'Juot FrOCess.Oil ROOFIKG"Incorp
matter, to determine whether the I
J t .: the rate of millage certainly, :22!:!, range :J.% value "lOOj t .; reduced to ilown draught ( ratil )
1 eompt'WlaU| for roadway can bo ami-
I. )
$II.(
I would have had to be increased

l In case the county votes for bonds, cably ..ettled.lu M E. Titus south qr of lot t and lots MERCHANT1'roPeuU & CO., 517 Arch St., Philadelphia, Par
rll ( motion, Uinurdeied that permiu Orange Lemon and Grapefruit
C no taxes will be levied to meet in- 5 and II, block E, Titunvllle, section:I, ,
fund be planted! to the following-named\ peroni .' > : value > STANDAKUAllIhTIES.. -- .- ,
ferest or sinking to provide township ?, raugeJ.% $2ux: reduced : --- -
to repeoUng rifle: ths. m il
for the bond until 1896 and the carry; > to flS4M\< Buds and Scions For Sale. E..IIU.hed 1118.1. -
j bon, Wlurhiwter :JJWJ71. rakbre 44 I I JAS. Y BOFIi'L & CO.
( taxes of 189i do not become due ; R. C. bcrlmgeour, loU 1 soil :2 and 1 ana |.reianMl| to furnish eye lm... Oranc, ,
until April, lh')7. Our readers Thi. L. Value, Wluthenter StltfVU, caL south half of lot .1, block 7, Tituiville, aol..u..II.al ft |wr I'll, *t prr I.(tuuot I... L. BARBOT & CO. Fruit and Produce
44; F. K:, Jvauowtki, Wiuihenter, :3WJO than"h51" 'i of any sow tort,thoumul rate. (traiw- i I I
1 I' should bear this in mind in considering million 3, township 22!:!, range 33, VAlue fruit, elm lm<.. H per luu, elu ir 1,1551. i(nuicn 'I, ,
,. 11, cal 38 I4u uuandtngefruit.tlous l (tertuu.lgraft.; ) ;
the road question! $1,5(10( ); reduced to $1,200.: ) General Commission. Merchants
tun) No
The bond of K. W. : ,', public, having been exauUiMxl and found | |Laid to too, Jl'Uar..1e1hI. to raw.li jrou ingmxl
I row's addition to TUuaville, section 4, : order II... bait laree infrfane"' thoruughljr toy = K O. Bu. ions. --
AT THE expense of being charged correct, was approved by the lioard. I. undontaod' all detail*. tlafaetion a.. i H :J :aa oS (II l., 'JI'
1 t. with township :22!: range J.1, value $::1110; reduced urad T misrepresentation we beg to flu hearing the petition! of Mr. S. F. ) for future delivery,.o I a : !Mo "'fcuiith ( <'
u* \
; .1 say that li. F. Hall }:Iq., of Thu.I Travis, et al., on motion It U ordered to $100. |buds... to 1111 order just when wanttl say. Let)pre.uur :! ... A. :! cJ /sa.l 1 Hank ..f,LuuUiana John W. ;Lutumlen\. Cr.NwrarnaukloyA.'n Ne. tort
r On motion the following bilk were and *CIMI: *from roliabl' IOUTCMAddreM : > A. ,
vine, who visited Melbourne recently that the voting place in dl.trietJ.. 4 of : w f'fly. J. t. Kuiilh A Co, 81 LoaU: Mo., Yaw:;
C. B. HI KC.KS8.Kitentda. .
ordered to bo paid: : r eteron, 11 (Maine. *.. B W ttlantr .
I informs us that more than Erevan county, be changed from ixur Calil l ..ru., Fruit and :;ixluc* Traita (iearnlif;

I, I lour-fifthg of those in the Mel. Rockledge postoffice, where it now Jt, W. H. Sharp county com. ... f 13 IK) Florid*Rrhimu*: O. H Norton, U. 1>. CI.,. NEW ORLEANS Cxiuiuorflal: Agexleo.New .
I' J. Mendel 8 40 ford r W. savage! Eu U., Ha.OaMarnia >_ 3W-331 Poydra Stiwt.Oileann .
h:; bourne neighborhood who signed to Cocoa. J.lIeultoll. M ;:. 17 t0 K.*Wvai Oraiuu Grown Rank LA.

LL the petjtjop of :Jr, Creech Oppol.'I Ou motion, it U ordered that a permit 11. J). Jloke, 's .. . :8SDO T Express t-AIT ,t ent, IM., KivcrtM.. M:-R. ,yon Calif.Fleet,Well.Far. Ktrr.Itl.NCti: J(Metropolitan Ciwasl! B...k.. B..... Nov -. aRCaM'La.rp'uberal _
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE AUGUST 18. 1895. s

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warded at Coronado, but the ADVOCATE Correspondent -! Fort Pierce. '

ghost Honors-World' Fal,. thinks If any ]tUIIIIIADS.ol high I SCOTT'S COCOA ICE WORKS

rank wandered this way, they would te left
1 Capt. Lewis for Titusville last ,
'DR: I
the embarrassed ones, III' charming and MOII.II\Y, .n law business GARBO-DIGESTIVE $

lIell.po.ses.ed are these ladles In Ooooa I 'lor1c1t: .
l young ,
, Ma and lfII. Tyler left Wrolnt'lIl1ay

I their dainty bathing costumes, with morning, for "l' the river, on a abort COMPOUND. NOWT XN OI'17Iat,111.TION.: :
their captivating ways; they would visit.1Ve.

( IICIS charm even the czar Were he bere. ban hall some delightful rains the G. G. ra1: l.JN'GEl ,

f The doors and windows of the hotel last few days, which were very much
neelll'll. Positively the one Remedy for Manufacturer -
and cottages at Coronado have been
the Treatment of
f CREAM wield open all the week, and the health- Mr. 1i. Itanklnllill on thulek 11 lit, with IOJTI & DISTILLED WATER
the mea"leA. We hope etc long to see NERVOUS EXHAUSTION,
giving, malarla.kllling breeze of the
f t broad Atlantic sweeping over everything him out a aID. Simple anti \ltltl'1vltle.1 forms of ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
Mr. John Saunders left for Eden Twa-
DAKIN6poDhII :
make liCe worth living. Xo one uses DTSPEI'SI.t: Ax'I
day!; where be III going to work fur his Sp- Refrigerators, Ice Chests Jo'fI't'rt'1'A and Water (olers
mosquito canopies here, aa they are IU'perdUOlA. uncle! In time fish lIu..IOI'IIA.Ir. r.\J.l'ITATI(1 .OF. TILE m\HT.

Over thirty Dcl.an.t people EIIItel and lion \left for Nebraeks: Lake Worth Ice Works

have registered the hotel, while the last week, to Join his family lie will )11t'1I your ouch "sour after eating Are ,

I number In the cottages from that place probably return next 1II'inlt. you easily eUllfulI''I1 and excited Uo

MOST PERFECT MADE are greater than ever IIt'fore Mrll. F. E. The fine organ, purebatt'll for the you get \11' In the morning tl1'l'llal,1 unI'I'fn'lIh..1 1).ATJ lB.t\Clr, le' i4 A., f

ge Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Frei )loud and her charming daughter, have MetilOllillt church, arrived on.l\y.: Milill anti with a bad taste In time

r Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant been at the hotel for several weeks, and Pearl Tubbllill to he the organist mouth IA there a dull cloudy sensation, attended .

JIJ YEARS THE STANDARD. all they are accomplllh planlstll, the Mr. 8. J. O'Urlell, of l'alm Bench. has by disagreeable feelings! In time OS.A.S.:: :: Ez.Ub.l.t: & C C. ,

guests have had the privilege of bearing been up on 1\ visit for the past few days. head and a)'e, ?
some fine mUlle. Mrs. Bond plays with lie left for him home 'n Tuelday. Are you Irritable and restless --- ".:.\1.1':11'1' IN -

Gallie.I' great feeling and spirit, and her genial, Mrs WIlllam8, of South Jacksonville, DKs your heart thlllnl and cause yOII F:1no: "VV:1nos: and Liquors: ;
Eau for breath
to gasp: after climbing II tight
brother
pleasant manner has won many Irlendl. who has been Oil a vlllit to her of stairs ,
Banker Bond makes frequent visits to Frank Lowe, left Wednesday for home 307. alai A 311 1P. Itry at?
1>.llJ. It distress you to lie on the left
and Mra. Wm Treutler wilt\ be the head. Mr. Percy Smith stopped over here side JACKSONVILLE. .. FLA.

III oexl week In the Coronado Item there Is almost cue day thlll week, on his way to Palm Have you Impaired memory, .lImnellll ,
Beach. Ibis friends were glad!; to of vision 01 mind and Itre And lIonrhn" 11'hlxklnA ?run rpl.r5
cveral of our townspeople vlsltell the invariably tribute to our mOlt constant many ,1a'I'I'IIlIh'lI ghuuuyforelsxiings Allun
.my seat tact week. vlsltor-ohl occan. Daily he recedes lice Imitu.Mies ? tn'Itrrnddr.:\ :fnan i.711 to ea.iburtAllor4, ;

I Hodgson returned 1'omIDCSee live or six hundred feet and as cutely returns Stt'lTllck..r!; returned from These symptoms. mean that von al'e f/ n'e wxke A a.em, :: Y'I.\ ;: I.' 1'AroumA
[Liss florence suffering fmlll HYilllt'lllIlalill Nervous alonntxin 1Mw lY+rn there
greeting liS with bll wondrous Tltlllvllle lick and hall been 1.011- ,
tall Tuesday. quite ,..a", IIhl, e9.no ,,'r aAllon.dnxs ,
music and it is fitting that some thoughtshould tined to her bed since her return. We Exlll\Ulltiun. 0dh
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: -' sal; 2.J: gAl.; 31\t.t., .1 cal
In .1 W. I'owell and family left for be called I from the volumes written trllllt she will soon recover, There IIIIH> oilier remedy ext\IIt that: I 'r..
I 'air \\II., last Monday( of him. Byron, with his wonderful hllll done In much for thlll class uf tl'UII' Leas-a. Ital.. .l : IOKAi; ',. ,1.:111: 'hhl..

'ropl' people complain because there genius, oratlc way, but perhaps Roseland. ides asScott's fI.I4l."uti.... Ilclua In Dry Towns will do
questionable morality, was always reverent .
to conquer CarboDigestivev ...11 'n IIrh'r from n.. Ay WI e..n lose
DO moequitoea in his love of the. sea. In "ChildHarold' them dlnr I..nt. IIn all nnMn' '

I II .1.+ O. Walton, of Titusville, visited be expresses himself often out I 1.- Always' send usury with enters r
Manatl'e and common .
1/1'' hIS weuk the guest of Ma C. T. of ft. I quote : In the Sebastian tarpon rhea are quite Compound. \\ .. will nut e,,rn new sm.vmuM.els uulr.aAuiWhlnlArk..nIllerrlrrm stern

rbcket' "Thou glorious; mirror, where the AI.mighty' venal \olinnl.ArntC.11.11.tollry TuxnA.
l'clllllt..1 till'
If h.\11
\V. 1' 'Underwo041 hal received your case
.. fOI'mI Mr.
the Florida East Coast Railway '
IIetluxof\ trestmentweamepmim \llll'ly:
I Glosses itself In In all time his comUllllloD al postmaster at this
The Florida East Coast ADVOCATE tempests, anxious to have you give thlst'ongiound
Calm or convulsed, In breeze, or gale or place.
good suggestion. a tl'llll.We .
storm, Mr Quinn Gibson hall rt'lumell charge Itllartnt4'I': millet In case mind FERTILIZERS .1
:el Mr. White, the new will Methodist( Icing the pole, or In the tOI'lI.1 clime- of the pumping station, his brother, will clmecr'fnllymefuudyour every 11111111'y should .HIGH GRADE !

'ulster Baptist for church thlll district Sunday/ evening preach at Dark sublime, heaving; boundless, endlelll and Walter, returning to Mlceo. our remetly fail tu 1'1"I"luce the most

Buck of City Point, accomhied The Image: of cternlty-the throne of Workmen have been repairing the gratifying remember relultll. that the 1
\jeDt( bridge over the Sebastian river and the l'll'ase appellation: -- MANUFACTURED BY -
by the .Mellsrll. Chauncey, visited the Invisible. trestles between here and Seballtlan. l'lltont laIt'.lIdn" .It'ell not apply to 1
J Ga1lle last Sunday, calling on And again he writes, at the close of S'OTT'S ('AhhflO-IiCESTIVECOM1'OITN1)
notice arfother wire on time tells.graph SudloUT
lOlls the same piece: We Chapman j
The men passed here ,
F O. Williams of Fort Pierce "And I have loved the and joy pole. !
Ir ocean, my It II prescription 1"lt11' by a It.alllnlt
the new cross arms
w taken the office of agent of the East Of youthful MllOl'tl was 011 thy breast Saturday and stringing, putting the wire up al they weut. physician "hn hall made stomach anti South Jacksonville, Florida. j
ant Line, Mr.( )1. E. lIugheli having to be nervous troubles hptCltUy fur years.
'0 ordered to South Jackllonvllle, Borne like thy bubbles, onward, from Every day, men, hunting work, tramp We court I1lvelllljtatloll and earnestly

II Will Dixon, the genial: clerk of wantoned; by here on the railroad Jl6a.led for urge a111 physicians to write tie for the For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
,tel dlXU Sarno leaves this week for'omonthl' I with thy breakers-they Palm Beach. They would i appreciate a formula: of cott'l Cal'lHolgelltive Com. I
to me shell road the length of the county. pound which we will mail on applica.tlon .
his home In Can
visit
\I.\ Don't fail to return to to us, brother. Were a delight, and If the frellh'nlng lea 1lelllrs. White, GIbson and Ulrich re- I that they may satisfy themllel veil of -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. ('-
Made them a terror, It was a pleasing its harmlcMII character and excellent
down-river
turned from their trip I
bovine lent no fresh meat to town fear, sunburned and hapIY. They vlrl1leM. Iealers In all kinds of Haw Material, such 1\1 Snip. Potash, Knlnlt, (.ott.... I
looking
t week on account of dulnesl of trade. For I wall, as It were, a child of thee, report a good time and few mOllllultoel. I SCT'f' CA IillO-DIGESTIVE Seed Meal, Nitrate tlf Soda, ett', etc.Itnne .
the shell road goes through our people And trusted to thy billow far and COMPOUND ground and IItt'ame.1 In the factory III three tlltTeI.t'nt gists.fit' .
11 have more money to buy meat, and near, Mr. G. J. IIartlee II clearing hammock that Scud for Pamphlets and I'rlce's "
Bovine will reap a benefit along with And laid my grand upon thy mane, all I land on the Hickle place, planting the Ia the most remarkable remedy smmeceeded
''rybody else do htre.; cleared land In sweet potatoes and selling science has produced. it has:
where all other. medicines Lave fallod.
Ir W. K. Tombel leaves for Georgia [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any the wood to the railroad company. Sold by druggists everywhere, *1.00

tt Monday, lie will visit the Atlanta job printing you need.] per botte Sent to any address lu
position and return In about week, Sea B zee America un receipt of J'I'lce. MUCK LANDS
'ompallied by Mrl. Tombell and the Don't forget that we cheerfully refund

uy. Mr. Brainerd Mil conduct his Banyan. your money If results are not lIatllflc-: ,
,iDesl during his abllence. Cottages at Seabrceze are nearly all tory. Order direct If your druggist dues

filled however, a few at Elbol'llen may not have It.Addrell .
coudty Commlllllioner Houston hail a Mr J. L. Caliper and wife were visiting still be had all orders to
IIg oJf men at work the first part of the : In settlement Sunday last In t".o antI a ]half acre tracts
our on ,
ek Rev D. A. Dodge of Paola, has just
building a bridge across Varnum' ; CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG CO
inch The new bridge III on the line Mr. and Mrl. James Alrtb, of Coral returned home, after a two weeks. solid

the new county road, and will be Beach, were welcome visitors to Banyan comfort at the cOMt. Topeka Kas. )_"l'onting on Canal.

eatly appreciated by those traveling In one day the past week. Mr. and Mrs C. II. Stewart anti.dauglm. (, tit o tit
.11 direction
The lawyers, speculators, shell mound ter Gladys, of Melbourne, have been Apply to
owners, contractors and their tool are spending some time at Seabreeze. I built a double track from the union .
the shell road Icheme.Iolelsrll. I depot to their elegant terminal station
Coronado Beach. booming church at Sea- ALBERT W. ROBERT
The new Methodist Inside the Irolllllill and have built tine ,
I' A. CcMIUan, C. L. Stewart breeze III loon to be erectell. The grolllldII hundred coaches, the"Hame all were ncculby West Palm Beach, Fla.
and H. C. Creech are bUllY this week, graded and the plans are all at hand, the Illinois Ventral for the WOI'1 Mn Frank Sharp hal been on a visit letting out egg-plantl. .Their plants are ready for wOl'k. Fair, In Chicago- They have perfected

tLand( where she was a guest of fine. Miss 1.lzzle A. Smith, 01 Sharpel, and every arrangement to handle the visitors

.felllOr Sharp: Mr. John IoCcAllister, of Tropic, was Mra. J. P. Brown, of City Point, are located with safety anti comfol' STEVENS BROS. & CO. -

Ilas 1'. Wright and family are board.II calling on friends In Banyan last Sun.day. at Seaside Inn, for a few weeks The Southern Railway Itullding will ..
Mac feels lure we will down the outing on the coast. he one uf the mOlt attractive III the ,
; the hoteL They are over here for grounds and will contain a carefully
shell road scheme at the pOUI.
tew Messrs. A. G. Hamlin and E. DIy, two arranged .
weeks change and fillhillg. exhibit of the mineral, agricultural :
Mr. J. T. Snell II having the horn prominent lawyers 01 Uel.and, have been and timber resources from all -..-- S'I'EVENS: POTTERY: GA.
,
Every cottage at Coronado (and there grove put In flrlt-clasl IIhape. ;rhe trees stopping at the Inn, while attending to parts of this. vast railway system ul over I" c: ; -)(- ,

e over thirty of them) II rented, and are looking nicely, and a good many of business at Daytona.C. five thollllanli 0111..11. S

ert is no resort In Florida where there them are loaded with fruitLow T. King, of DeI.eon Springs, hall Excursion rates have been arranged : MANUFACTURERS OF -

eft, returned to the Inn and Is Inxurl- from Florida, beginning Sept. Sum and
many (or such fine again ,
ase
) cottages
!
Oil thi,beach sting In the cool lea breeECII. He re- 12th., and dally from Sept lJth: to Dec Well Curbing and Flue LIning, Sewer Pipe and Drain TIle, Stone Ware, alf

ports very warm weather 111 the Interior. Uth, limited for return to Jan. 7th. Shapes and Flower Pots Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile Prepared Fire Clay and
'ieveral guests at the hotel are greatly Also special low rates dally from Sel't. ;

lighted to find there II such an excel- Mr. C. I'. Provost paid Titulvllle a again Mr on L.the J. beach Smith,, vllllting of Georgians Ira. Sourdam II 15th A handsome with limits folder of 20 and showing 10 tlIIYI.the princlpal Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile,

lit sulphur spring at Coronado, and businelll trip last week. and Mrl. A. G. Stewart, of Columbus -
be mailed to
will
close and from
buildings anyone y-Save your money by buying at 1I0me, clever men.
e surprised that the hotel manage- Sweet potatoes are going to market (I., who have a cottage for the summer applying to their Florida J'lUIIIenjl'crAlCentMr. '
eDt have not referred to It In their rapidly, and are bringing good Irioell.Ramllay at this place W. D. Allen, Jaeklonvllle, -- - --- ------ --

'Iculan An Informal dance was given on Mon. Fla TIlE UEASONS- -
Bros went to Tlt/lllVlIle
last week with load up of produce for day evening lit Seaside Inn. Professor Should Yost Machine c.i
Among the a Yon Buy a Writing :
new guests at the hotel are market. Jacblde, of Plymouth, Fla, officiated at Referring to tlllI above splendidly
ra
: IV: Hilton, DeLand; E. l'rentlce the piano, to the thorough al'lreclation equipped railway the Industrial Amen-
;. Sanford; O. H. Voss and S. A. Mosquitoes left UI over a month ago. of those present can says: It hiss nv mbhon or SIft Key.It .
I rpentee. Titulvllle; J. L. Morril, Doad Setting and screening hal been of no "The recent pllrcbl\ll of tile controllIng .
a E. Sussex and From the Halifax to the Atlantic the has Perfect andI'el'mallc'nt
wile
Orange lervlce.
interests In the Cincinnati Southern
: 1)1 Rdn C. Chapin and wile, Or. double row of cabbage Ilalm..ttot-l are Alignment.Durabulty .
'I Mr. G. Ronald II building a large shed doing finely, and all give promise of liv- and Alabama Great Southern Railways

over a piece of ground, which he intends lug BalloujCh.t: 1'0l't deserve great gives the Southern Hallway Company an Streugtll, '
h
I a probable that In the near future using for seed bedll. credit for their enterprise lu making entrance Into Cincinnati, and places It In
har" 'amily will take charge 01 a such extensive Imlrovementll. Position to dictate terms to the X. O. do: Ease: uf Operation,
'I !Iaurllome! fire-proof hotel In Jack- It looks all If the market will not, lack N. F. It. H., which will give It an outlet CuuveulencII and Beallty
'mitt. t.Hj\ run In connection with for egg plants thlll year, all everybody I. from Merlillan, Miss, to New Orleanll.
I them. TUB SOUTUlm U.\lI.WA of Work, that I. found
r, r"nallo. The owner ot the prop- planting "Thil new organization will\ l'rOye' of

I" havIng trouble to get the present ){r. J. D. Almond, 01 Rockledge, was great benefit to the south, as the lines In 110 Otlllr TYP'r1ter.r .
I'arts '''11. and ball had to Invoke the down last week, looking after the work curliloull tu Atlautn; Fifty forming are now removed from the
It the law. of setting his pine slips Itock.joLblnlt influences which made
New Coaches i Inmproauient
LIr" ; railroad wrecking a business -
"'IJont; the hotel been the lick : Send for Catalogue to
given at on Mr. C. D. Provost has on the
't"I'lai 01 the Uot"I, Under the old regime development
: 1\... night, was largely attended, list for some time past, but we are sEtc. 01 the territory along their lines was 01recondarylmlJOrtance. FIELDER & MOWER
111.1' IIn unqualified .ucceill. To pleased to note that he I. at his bualnelll Now this will be
tpecmal
ra w"aid do mention of any uf the memo again. The Southern Railway III making exteneive changed and I the capitalist and borne- Gsaarl ae.mhsra spatsYOST

." JJ"r.raDlme injustice to the other. Meloara. J. N. Chalker and S. W. 1I1c- to handle the seeker will be sought, and their coming WRITING MACHINE. Dealers uftlce anti Tyt.e"rlterSol'lll1eCII
WU u follows : have purchased a large lIallboat, and preparations p8Qopie will be followed I.oy an era uf unparaleUed for all Macbines ('arbtlll paler, Ribbons, Letter Files, 'fYJoewlltt.r paper, Impression -
\1"""Ors "Sailing" .. Cay their Idle days this winter from Florida who will visit the great development Books Write UI fOI prices on what you need.
will spend
l'a/111
ilOilo. Mra. Frank E. Bond Exposition In Atlanta. They have Just "Every variety of land can be found FIELDER .t MOWER,
;Li OU. :,( Mill Francis B.wgl gathering oysters.1ow reeehed fifty of the latest Improved pattern along its pines, yielding all the minerals No a 1 Wall/oitrl.t, Klml.&ll lIoulIII. Atlanta, GaTITU14'II.I
nation Miss Nell Sharp about the shell road neadeu, and woods, while all the cerealll, IerUM"II, --'
vestibule coachethe lineal
otiti:, going to help II' fight the ever
Mr. Stillman are
you fruits and vegetables are luccelllifully
1 Um.t, piano and mandolin scheme, which will only benefit a few run In the lOutb. These will\ be put ID grown. .1h WB.\Tll1n 1mItOUT. e

I:. Yr. and Mrl. /Sussex private Indivldualll to any extent. Remember service between Jacbonvllle and At.lautL "Men of every calling can find suitable .
tatton Milia Kate Spren"er1" It I. bard limes, and money location In w"h'h to ply their trades.No I

:,.,',/, 11010 . .Miss True bugs are seeking all devises to get itRamsay trains will be between section of the Union holds lout .uch The followlnlelll a comia'atlye stale.ureut :. New x Smyrna x Livery
Two fast dally run -
t(1...
;i' Sharp, Mra. Dickerman Brol. returned from Palm Inducements fur the rapid accumulation uf temperature and rainfall for the 1

hurt I j 'UII solo Mr. tUIIIIIIX Beach a short time a/'W/' with a load of these J'Olnta. The Exposition uf wealth, J'ermlttlpl at the aame time week ending Wtldllelil'y: Au" 14, 'Uoi:

iI piano and dute I'loeapple slips, for Mr. J. D. Almond Flyer will leave Jacksonville at 1:30a.: m. I the enJoym"nt uf all the benefits uf an -lsW.- -lstgi.DATE .- Stable

"''" flo and,.Mr Rob :Sharp 1'hey will leave this week for M. Lucie reaching Atlanta at 1:00: p. m. The Cln-I old chllbal\on.\ MAX. sutw. MAJ:. M'X.II -.4i. : i:4.-
\ ocal. Mr. /Sussex River for another load for Mr. L. Smith, clonatl Limited will leave .. "Tbe management I. composeocl vI the till 7Y 11.\ 72I

I ,. wild waves of the Baltic beat 01 Georgian, and Mr L. l'rovOllt. I must ak\lle\ 1 railway operators who will 57 71 ls5 17
ule- '7:00: p. tn., reaching Atlanta 5:15: L m.I bring reeults by adding to the manufaotaring 81 c. 14. DOIl Pl'Ol'l'ittot'-
fury against the barren w.. down last 10 IH 73 74
CraLb
Deputy Sheriff This train will consist of elegant nlltlbule {- and agricultural populations
: tood II II'J 1l'a Mrs 72Ii
,,;t ,tcthe watery easantse. week, for the purpose 01 arresting Wm. along their linea.
coacl""l and which
.,. Two who .bile In a quarrel with a day deeming cars, : S'S 70 .b T2
Col111'tII will
itlicidsof high rank had wanitu of i ..ilIltop at Atlanta, allowing passengers 'Tbe natural advantages prove 13 PlY '71 loll '71
;' man by the narpe such inducements to pith the oal.ltali.tand Hacks Meet All Trains
the Intt'ilsonds
spot and ot them in- j/ III 1i1 8'I 73
one aim
r 41'\ fourprpronged pltdl-fvl k to remain Ita their sleeping cars until the looo.eweeker that the tide of immigration .
? using the courtly language of fatal wound, as Total rainfall for time week: 1.1oIfJ !aches.
not a '
.l domeu. It was 7:00 L II The track between Atlanta which h. been flowing westward -
aald } and haulerNcl to
:., : \h 011 pretty maid, and WlllIOn I. rtlCOvering. Departures from nurmal rainfall for the I'angera baggage/
first thought, and bu been r.tald steady stream for
Everett recently I. such ,
years
Ill. a lover of all Ilarts of the city, and o..oalooUeaeh.
the surf r" The IneheL
kf i with\ steep tail and new bridges will be turned tt the lOuth. wptok I plus 1.24 Departure
and
neatly .xpedltiously heavy / rapidly
jail
:. up embarrau. Job work cheaply on mil befete pe'feeetarrangements.
; ? ( Grin nominal rainfall since January ht
replied wits executed at the A I'V.T oltiH, hayeD built making n one uf the ".\ new era la at hand, and the South.crn ; .
bat some h..ltaUon: l'lreolar. band bilk, note beat road heels is the ",, "th. In Atlanta Railway Cerupany will prove to be minus d{J loche..
t"'n. but .
the I. TUuIIVUI
North Shore surf a lover heads letttr beads, eav.A ,-, Maimeot the Southern Railway, whleb I. time cushy one of the leading factors in nsberhmg in J. E. LAlI".nE! NEW BMYRNA, FLQhIDAb
News. There ,
\ are line eeterlog the ExpottitMu If"Undl, b. tbts new and better order of tWDIfII." Obclervu.I .
pretty maidens who love the surf +. tags, eke, ek..J



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? INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 16. 1895.

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-
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; ALEX REAR tux.,7"
,
IDMCI.
; Stephen Ellie ,. tAn
A Wa4erfl Child.X Stephen Ellis A LlndlllY Watt*-I ran over a deaf and dam NEAR &
ff./
c -Bare yon ever beard the 8'year- J r Ooldsmth( man with my wheel last night ,_ J f1- I. TAYLOR'

old violin player who U creating such a R C Scrimgeour A Lindsay Potto-What did he dot //' (Successor to John )ICAIII' ,.

Animation V nailer, Watt*-Oh, he didn't touch me, bn Artesian Well

;' ; B.-Oh, yes ; I heard him in Berlin SSA Kitties, A Lindsay he stood there and called me all the Jr Contractor

13 yeanaga-Ephemere Oomlqne. J Tome Reynolds hard name be could lay his fingers to. 5 EAU
W M Smith, K 11 RIce Indianapolis Journal CALLIE, FlA

Wilbur King -:...,
Master Notice. J A Stalls Z I>bllllpll Foil TWINES

Oscar W Stewart,

::4E Howell Titus J r Goldsmith Notice.All and
s In the Circuit Court, Brevard County, A SPIRHi
Lindsay
,
p1 Florida
: Wm McCarty. Henry T Titus having claim* against the..tate of
It CIIAICFBT. iireen:; IV
: A Lindsay, John laM of Hrevanl t iMveaiefl, : ##

Timothy Murphy Ya. et. al, 1 Slelll r SlellloD, Howell Titus authenticated are hereby required to the to nndernlKned present them within, duty the: ( _- ti tiTJJIJ BEE1tStCIGARS *,

I L 'The.Indian Rlrer Stumhoat <'o., et. al I tI I"XTOTirK J I' Goldsmith, period: preeriied; by law, or thin notice I will be

1 li hereby! given by virtue <>t an order E DeConey, J 1' GoldsmithS indebted In liar of their recovery; and all persons ETC
|\ made I In the I skive entitled eaiin by the D Geiger, to said estate are notified to make lin OF THE FINEST
Judira of.a14Court. and dated An put 7th, mediate payment to QUALITY
8 D Geiger J r Goldsmith CHARLES T. FRBFKF,
Hill, to all eredItoin and other penonii having eo TO
i ,lalmi agalnnt; the Aid Indian River Hteamtioatjimpany K eCourcy, Admlnlmrator with the will annexed
1 S ( to Intervene or propound their claims James E Bowman J l' Goldsmith This, July ash 1M. auir.lp2o: Loslcy &
H I I. the alKive entitled reline on or before the lAth S Rcnake
E
t of Hentember, A U IWA, forjianlclpatlon' Inrilntrlbntlon DeCourc1,
the : :: of the a,i>f tn of the defendant: lit Goldsmith. Ii D Geiger Notice. Families Supplied
s company, the 1I1 any, arming I from the sale of the property oft I' Goldsmith jr Our Lodging and tunth
t aid defendant company, by filing a petition Inbe C 8 Snow, J In Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit of Will be Ready by Oct I. Situated,
Clerk; 'a office of nail] court. Nothing In the J W Jont'lI, his x *
Florida Brevard A. D. 180 side Washington .
aid order of the said. court or In thin notice F II Uoye, J r OolllImlthW ] County ave. between J, T
t lall require creditors who have already filed F Futch Thomas J. Cockshutt, 1 K K. W depot and AD\'OCATK block. '
heir petitions and Intervened In nald caiinende.r > 8. I Bill to remove tru.
', J'., the former order of said court to reflle GV Sheroulle, YAw II Titus F. A. Chapiell| et. also ) tees, etc '.
J : .their petition. C 1> Calle, affldarlt of complainant I M t .nee
t 1 .' f au, l6er>9 W. H. BAKFR C D Case G W Sheroulle IT<,rfrlratbrn\ his: belief I the deftmlanW HODGES & GODFm
I ;'' I Amgunt 1Kb, |H of Tennessee and that Memphis' la hiKmtnfltce
II W Winn J \V Rogers ; and further that there :la no person
: Henry T Titus In the State of 'I..rhla alb ulna UMIII| .whom I The "AdYOcate" Job & Newspaper Offices Manufacturers ofYellow
i PETITION ron LICENSE.i ,
would bind said defendant. It la entered that
S J Norton, J D Crabb aid W. P. Itey appear to answer the bill of complaint .
i 011 Parry, herein filed 1, on the Aid day of Hentembe1mm Pine Lumbe
11 To the Honorable Road of County Com J 8 Snowden, Jno r IcCan and that thin:: order I* published onceweek a !
OJ i j'II ralssloners of Brevard County : A A Stewart, furfoure.mecu"vewees In the IxmARIYKR H* WM Forgiven
: AIIVIWATK, a D..I'a\'er| publlahed In
I 1li;, I Gentlemen: We the undersigned SF Gray Jno r McCallA said county of Urevard She-Have you ever loved another IJOB Rotors t MUSSED.

': .. Frederick A. Losley !and Frank Kenaker A Stewart, M lines* the Honorable John IHrnoine He-Yes, of conrtie. Did you think Orange Hoi II end*,

I. ,' y4. composing the firm of LoMey A: Kenaker, I. D White, W F Flitch I L. H J Tltimrllle, Judee, rinrlda nf' raid, till: court seeamd, at I'd practice en a nice girl like yon?- : "rult 4 \'eRHali1fCnn.Lumber .

wishing to sell liquors, wines and beer 88 Singleton, lay of Auguitt, IMiftJA \. Life. ilelherecl at an
I' J J Tucker I' 8 Tltllll ) I'art..r| 11"11&111
t e f In Election District No. 2, of Hi'c van A. STEWART on through bill of lading, Anjnm .
.neon.
I ( !State of Florida, hel'ebYllpply to his x mark Henry Holton, -MuitjTO Clerk. -- -- ---- -- Ing hnilifing on the ran hcstt w. tl5nvs;
count AT Feaster J r Goldsmith write for price*. The Rnwniill In
1,1 f' l liody to grant us thee SIierlft'M Sale. : ilinitH'n<
J A Stallll J., T. & K. tV. !ty., 8 miles truth ,.t,I UUit
{: ; tight to cell such liquors, wines and
I. (, Ii,. beer in said election district, and we C S Schuyler, F C II HOIigdon Notice.In Satsuma l lights, "utnam ro..F:

r''. pray Honorable lindy to grant us a E hale, U Ing IElt out and of the by virtue County! of court an execution In and I for Lm-Hreard --

perm your make such sales. John Wingate, John C Jones Circuit Court, lirevaid) County Fla : county Horlda, In a caw therein

i'' Respectfully, AT Feaster, Indian River Loan & Incontinent 'Ito.nyany ,lending, wherein Stephen D Jelcer la plaintiff
F. A. LOM.EY, Peter M "Fisher Fred D Wright : I ,.,ndJeaae.1. Tucker la (defendant auction I have In front leyl.d PRIN x J. M. SANDER
tan and will mil at public
"1 ,. FRANK HESAKER.I J Sromar f the court huts door, in TltnuvlMc Florida, on ,
I', \ Dated, Oct. let, 18I. -':;. W II Jlanl/l, A A :stewart J. St. C>'r Watson H." Lee and Andrew JTO he flint Monday In Septentlwr,15ie| during the.
I. .J Y Pomar. legal hours of win, to the highest and bejt bidder I. Dealer In -
' l --- J. St. Cyr M atmm and Andrew B. Lee : for cash, the following real estate, .-,. t '
::1.
; We, the undersigned, being a majority .J A J Wagoner, J Y romar I of the north one-half of the
;, ha\liiK been made by Die Agent| The east .ne.half
J'' f"? f. >f tlio registered: voters of Election Din A A Stewart, VI.Jrl the rialntin and filed; : In thin:: olllie: that .outhonehalfof the northwest quarter of the DRY GOODS NOTIONS

'0 ,I I'' \.' 1( trlct No.' 2, of Uievard county, Florida, M U Il.tzgor, Andy Wagoner you are euuh non-resldentn l of the mate of northwest quarter ..111..lnl(. {of In IIe.tlon thirtvflveM three ((3)lownshlntwentv' ), TING ,
smith
i lorlila, etc. and of 12'11. range
over twenty-one
t .J Y I'omar yearn age.
,
...
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I! : a de! most respectfully concur In the above Now therefore you are required to appear to ( ) cant, containlnK five ((6)) acres more or le
I l ;' c application[ and ask that a permit be It E Blanchard W A Cleveland the bill of complaint tiled In thin cause on the JAMES E. BOWMAN, AND
: granted as prayed for : \V II lIarrlll, Rule liar 'In September, A li Ike, being theaurtndlay Sheriff Brevard CO.I .
; : )
.i. i John CD Case of the month, and plead, answer or ang1l-'lIlf Choice Groceries
11 Myers, demur to raid. bill In due cores; otlurwUe the ,
t ,. i ( PETITIONER: WITNESSES.: V Oaller, name w ill\ be taken.* confesaed and said cause

\ sr I it' Arthur J Doyle A V Lindsay T T Wetmore F C B lI041 ;(lon l'roreelex'I'arte. I

I i I: 8 8 Singleton S S Singleton, KIVER This notice ADVOCATC; is to for 1n 1 fndour tlihetl connecutive I in I the weeks.iXDIAII i + OF ALL KINDS 4- Hay, Corn, Mapes' Fertilize

J. Ii I j' Henry II Dryer John O'NeillFrank M L Von Koppelow lIowell Titus isms and ordered at the (lerk a once at
"I t C' Dyke 0 C Johnson, Tltuivllle, Florida, thin I the 11th day of Julr' I
>, A FrollCher IS S A II IHJfi, aa witness the I Honorable; John llttr : FINE PATENT FLOUR.
E Singleton
t. -3o1iD SlmonHon John O'NeillFrank ,
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; l' I l Dyke A A Stewart, Clerk thereof, and the eal of laid court tLe Neatly Cloacae JPloridfl:

'j ; ; O H Parry, A V Lindsay Henry T Titus, .J W Rogers date aforesaid.
.' '\, John O'Neill C 1> Case, A. A. STEWART I
;SOItTS.I .
I'' I. 1 A V Lindsay: G II Parry Elmer Schultz, Z Phillips jr Rohl.lne.Orabam; Clerk circuit Court SEASIIr HI

:r 1 John O'Neill C F Williams, Sole, for Couipl Seal I COMPOUND OXYGEN
I I
k. J'I. t Wm Fileud, G II Parry T It uckett, A A Stewart alljC2- 1 to I Circuit Court I Where to go Over the J., St. A. Cheaply

. : 4 A V Lindsay F/ C B Hodgdon,
. I '
i 31f I t 1;) << WW Skinner, A V Lindsay It A Bobbitt, J F Cackle Notice of Attachment. & I, H. Ualhm) Restores strength, qiilctn the nenand '

1 ii f his x mInk, G H Parry, Henry T Titus, Ilound-tilp tickets are sold to New expels disease/ .
Frank Thompson Joe II Brown S W O'Urln, II' V Cable ANDExpeditiously-
I' Id Henry T Titus, In the County Court of the !State of Smyrna, DtytonOrmond, !St. Augustine Proof, the most convincing it 'iffer
/h 8 Singleton
I t ; and other places in close proximity free to all who imffer! Call and tn t
'I! Merman Fischer, Joe B Brown It W Rhodes F/ W Beers Florida, In and for Bievard County : below.
the beach. For rates see information Bo
j .o or write for further
I G L / C Ii U Moffat, Illlibard Sptnccr llartktt 1
Sapp, The following are a few of the well- of 200 sent free.
Hobt'rt l'enUand James E Bowman & <)o InvurIHratel.l'lamtllf. pages i
t' r A W Rule, Frank Dyke V Attachment. known seaside resorts of the East Coast: Home or office treatment i ,n.ul)'
;, f (J H Parry, Henry T Titus, \8 f
; T N Dicker, O H Parry Sam Notch, II A CarlileJ Oeo V. Clement!,defendant J ORMO .-One of the finest beacheson tlon free. ,

I i f Flank Dyke, W Rogers, TO Gee. V. (lementl, defendant In above' en. the East Coast. Bathing superb. 1)rs. Stnrkej A. I'ak-n
i ; ,. J Tome l.'ejnoliU: J no P McCallI J W Rogers, H A Carlile titled 'suit and all other persons| interested: Hotel Coquina, Seiscr & Vining, pro- ExecutedAT P-

I I f l S Porter, Ham 'utch, Ylil are ol hereby. ha Iwen notified tanned that against a V'rlt you of and At >rlctors. Street car meets all trains 1320 Arch Street Philadelphia

f7'' t' .Jno P McCall, 0 S Porter jeo Robbins, S N Penny jourproiierty attached to aatlxfy the ile- Exceltent drives.CoRONADo.Well.
1 J T Keynolds A W Uule, roam, of Hibbard: : H|>encer, Ilartlett A. ('o. IncoriHirated worth a visit-fine

.lit i n Nolle. C D ('IIKOI Jail II' Mitchell, !t C Scrmgeotfr!:(' and: thirty ,three amounting cent to Mnety-four d..Uan11Il' beach. Coronado hotel. Hacks meet THE JACKSONVILLE STEAM DI

lot JF J I' GOlitmitI( Henry 1 'lltllll, unless'ou shall Court and
appear and transfer
\Y W Ballard F C B lIoolgdonH :: i milt and ileu4: 17.ellre: all trains passengers
1 U C Campbell, I' S Titus | or demur the beach at reasonable ratell.Take ..
to
t A Carlile, tin flied herein at the Clerks office In Titiiavllle baggage ; )- WORKS
;; h"l II mark, H L Sapp' A I. K. train to New
said and St. A. IVy
Florida county Slate, on the J., :
if n j 1' 11 Titus, JI C Campbell his II T II Smiley, C F Lansing; Rule l.aln October A I ll IHJ6, Iwlng the 7th !
( i, n I. //tpl', his x mark J 1' Goldsmith lay of said month a default will be entered Smyrna The above establishment i is umler

1 I 0 Hale, F V Cable Ellis Wager, James Bowman :against I,., made: you to the In due I Court! course for and float at judgment:plicatloifc:: x111 and DAYToNA.-Yeryexccllent beach for management. We positively tfuaran(

I q {Y Mute, A T Feaster, your property| w ill be sold to pay the debt riding[ driving and bathing. Llborden ADVOCATEPrintillg our work equal to that of any north

-1''.: f () F Flavin A T RoseWilliam Robert Morrow, n L UauldenU Hated this JBtu day of June A I) IMS boarding house and Seaside Inn, on the city.

Uartlt'y, W lIrlttaln, A. A. STEWART beach (see advts. on 7th page), Hacks

.; .- f .D I. auldl'u, 0 F Davis A )1 Wlngat6. C D Case Robbins & Graham Clerk meet all trains. Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.

i E: II Rice, Ii II lIappef'Aett, Att'> for Plaintiff. ) Seal County IulMK.t4 --(.; )-
' It I. Motlow, 0 to' Davis J. n Decker, lIenry"r 'I'ltulI I Court Ladies Goods Cleaned'! or ty

I E IJ Rice S S :Singletons
,
f MONDAY RATES TO
F D Walker J E Bowman SATURDAY TO goods of t I:
,
Faed 11 Wright John Waller Dying Silks and Cleaning
t J I' Goldsmith C I) Case, Notice. THE SEASHORE. *! { .. most delicate texture a t:+Special *:

J P Gohllltlllth,, loin Wailer Thomas Mitchell, II n Brown Commencing Saturday, June22nd, and for price list,

j Fred' B Wright, C D Case, In the Circuit Court, In and for D..evardCounty continuing every Saturday until September MAINHARD BR06; Vela"

1 ', ,t (J W Crahh, J I' UuldMmlth Edwd I. Brady, L A Brady !State of Florida : 30th, round-trip tickets to (Sr-

; A Ii Cleveland, henry J Egger, -IJf CUAXCE Y. mond, Daytona and New Smyrna will be No. 13 Newnan St., Jacksonville T

J t .A S Cleveland, C W Crahb I. A llrady, E: I. firstly I). 11 Matheaon ) sold at rates shown below, limited to } ;! Office. -

'" J I' OOhllllllth, henry J Egger: \'H. Kill for Divorce Monday following the date of sale for
3arnee T UaMllett, AS TomlisonI J J Tucker, Andy Wa"onerAnlh'ew 1.1 a G. Matheaou. ) return. & CO

: 11J I I J r Oohlllmlth, Mammon eating by the affidavit of Complainaut: I W H GLEASON ,
j I r : a JI HaL'persett, C F ReedY Andrew Gibson, A Lindsay IT flied in the above cause, that, the Defendant: -TO- )
New 8m'rnarno1
Maxwell Eva (I. Utheon, U a non reaidunt of the LAND CASE
Joseph IN
: { C Day, State of Florida and over the age of twenty : : Ormond. Daytona forCoronado ATTORNEYS
i 0 F Reed, W C Hay Jail D Davle, F W Newton veers, and that the said defendant I resides In the: : S'cb
4 1 S lI I IJal'perMett, A Lindsay, t tlty of Detroit Btat of Michigan, and that 1TIHMLLK: 5125 1125 'I0 Do not GRANTS I
I ao 125 125
I Andrew Gibson there I* no person in the State of lorlila the City I'olut TITLES TO SPANISH
C E Freeman
:. we Iy, C F Reed service of a aubinvna open| whom would bindthe 'ocoaInckledge .. 141) I 30 121a 'TED
1 I S JI IJal'l'llrllt'tt, F/ W Newton, said defendant: It la, therefore, ordered t 1f) 1311 126 AMINED AND PERFEC
lIall8 Howarll Willie Lewis that the defendant. Eva O. Matheaon, van (ialllerlelliourn 213 213 13
lie required Send
J W Junco It L l\Iotlow
If j to splearan'l I answer the :: .. 1"1 2Yt S5'l yonrPRINTING
,i' 't his x mark A Lindsay, his x mark George Scott, ...1<11,11of\ |complaint| on or before congdaitant's the lltth day Sebastian 2110 3 tai a till( FURNISHED AND F
'),;, Tho. Browser. A Lindsay A Il'nwood: A A Wllllami of August, taw, or the laid bill\ ,..11ta..11\ aaconfeaaed Fsrtllerce. ... 623 112.1 626 ABSTRACTS
.
I Fred Might and the be len IIl1l 11M. 11110 OBTAINED
I o'.CtI U Wright complainant allowed to SURVEYS
j proceed ex : :with bin said cauae Jensen .. a 16 11.\ 11
t' F W Miller, n L (lauldeq it I. Porter, F Fletcher It la further parte ordered that a copy of this order 1Vrst: ::'Ul Itea Ii: 7T5 T7STO away, ,. and Pre-Eopti
T Titus Homestead
t John (' Wilkey Henry lie published once each week for four couaecu 1t' Palm b. 6 75 Defective
I- 1 7)101 W Lund, Jnn I' McCall Tom Allen, James E Bowman live week in the IIIIUN, RI\ t:. ADtucATK:, a Entries Corrected and Perfected

E: IJ Rice, hll x mark Henry T Titus, h"wII"'I"r Mlturaa| published the Honorable lu said John county I). Broome, But keep the Claims adjusted before the WP1

t :]d J: E English, V Gaiter Nathan Webber, Andrew President n of said court well a* A, A. Stewart, SUMMEU HATES TO TIlE SEA- ment at Washington.
i i J Tome HeynblJII, Henry Hamilton, xii clerk i: thereof, and 'b-seal of said court, at the Correspondence solicited

J t' V Oaller, M E Englhlh I' Cheny, F }o'lltchf'rHt'nrylbmllton July court. A house I 111:16.In Tltuaville, this thu nth day vf SHORE. Money on the EAU CALLIE, FLA.

J Tome Reynolds, x A. A. STEWART Round Trip tickets to Ormond, -

,I J It Watson, J T Uassett Henry Hamilton, F Fletcher Gaultlen &: rUnden. (lerk Circuit Court Daytona and New Smyrna, limited to

his 1t mark W W Snell, his x mark Henry Bolrn'eU x I Sods. fat l'nm11'l. I Heal Ijul October 31st, 1895, will be sold daily un East Coast and Let'

J 1 Turnage; E IJ JUce MOlle Mlnce1, Z Phillips jr. )'l.-augl 'I( Circuit i ourt f September! 30th, at following rates Pineapple, Orange

011 Voss, hits x mark Henry llamllton z Land For Sale, Cheap.I .

,0 II You, E II Rice Henry renJleton F }'Ictcherhla Notice By giving theADVOCATE
x mark Arthur Williams, llaytona.l" Sutyrna of plnear[
J P Oohlllmlth, FROM: Ohuond. furCoronado have for sale 80 acres
11 Wilson, Henry T Titus John Q Muggings, F Fletcher S'cb land St. Lucie river a few mike
on
In the Circuit Court Uretard
his mark henry lIamlltoD County, Tft'sv1LLx5766 5726 5155
i J W Rogers, x x Florida: l'rltcha"I.. .. 110 2e 1 ISOHardtxville. low Eden, 40 of which being ofi
I' J Hall, A Lindsay John F Brown, Wash Barnwell .... 1M abu 256Paustna quarter of northeast quarter
W W Snell C W Crabb, New Haven Hanking Company, .. 11.\ ate ato: of rang 41 :
i (a tlorporatlon; ), 1 ... 18, township 38, outh
I i" Albert C Sammie. F Fletcher City I'olnt. a"'l Stn 321Cara 4of u
It 1 .J T Price, E 11 Rice 1.5. ... ... 111II 1:11I: a rdCoquina. A share of the other 40 Is the northeast
I e J D Crabb, J r Uolilllmlth, Wm P. Delunaand JoMphlne11Luna .... 1111 345 ITCIbusventure. southeast quarter of 1efd s
J D Crabb J: H Rice F Fletcher, A C Sam mill P. his wife,and W. K. J ... 11a 111II 175Pluola of range 41 tlSt.
I 38 south
Harde township
Ii J I' Goldsmith, ..... Ste 111I 266 for I
I I A Lindsay, A I'FID.\\IT having been made Iwfore we by Eau Oallle 4 411 4 00 I 311llarno Your Job Work The above land can be bought
M E Gruber. A Lindsay 'henry Darn1l'ell, Henry lIamllton 1t \_ the attorney for the rouiplaiuant that .. 4110 Soil 325Mehlsmrne. suitable for r'"Mrp'
1 J P Goldsmith, bra x mark F W Newton, Williaiu\ V. IieLuna and Josephine; : I', 1m. ., .. Ito 111: 765 per acre. It U .
F W Newton, Henry Hamilton 1t Luna.. Do.-residsnts of the Mute nf lorlda, Tillman.... ... 465 /M) 111I1I1..1..r range, lemon or lime growing.Will I icash.
::1. Oliver T Titus
i Henry and reside la the city and State nf New York, .. .. Ito 4 M Sao In Iota of 40 slices
Barnwell sold
A Lindsay, Henry x and that they are, in the belief of the aftlaot.OY "alkarla 411II 410 1911firaD' be worts t
be
'W It Knox, J W Rogers; John lIo't, A Lindsay twenty tne years of am, * I F Fletcher, Now, : .. It 1*ordered that you, the said Micro 1:10: 411II 4:10toland. : -< per acre.
T. Titus
Henry Olbaon WilliamsF Illlaiu 1'. livLuna and JoM|>hlne P IieLuna, .. 540 11.\ t 4..
t lohD Tan, J P Goldsmith Wm George do apiwaranoe IB the Clerk onVe Sebastian u. lm: 166W'.salley Apply to C. II Walton, AnvOCI
A 8 Tomll.onV / Fletcher, is Titusville: lorlda, to the Complainant bill I10\ 1116 Ito office Robbins[ 4 Graham r
to
000 Darnwtll Wm Gibson of complaint oa or before the Rub lacy In Septeuiber nur..rd 606 I to II 011 ; or '
\ F Flltcb A
s Lindsay F Fletcher A It mesa,being the eeouod day. of the St.Lurie6(3 46 6Tu ta-1L11 Job worn..:. tulle
J P Goldsmith mouth and that you do plead anwer.. demurto "ure I..rce. ... .11.\ S I.. Itlo ..
Walters Graham, J r Goldsmith Ellis Cobb, duck Floyd the Complainant a Mid bill of complaint, Whit.Clty. aloAnk.es.
:
t George 1Vllliama. otherwise the earn will\ be taken t.jC&n.ou... .. :: g; ,: say
Brock Revels, his xI ._ and said cause will be ordered to Eden .. 75., Tks .110 nr11.s11.on11y; ;
Brock Revels, J P Goldsmith Andrew President[ A Lindsay pea' Jensen .. .. .. 750 Tat tub ") .L"I
his x mark W Knox, J I' Goldsmith, II I* direr I bat thl order hall be publiahedn S'Ullrt. .. ... 75) ISO Cs,, r..... '.lUoo
the 1UIA KIVKH ADVOLATK one each: week Alicia she 756 lie Ko11en-up.; ; Ruabes \ 'I'
J E Bennett J l' Goldsmith .
Joseph Maxwell, Zatharlaa Xlcholll for fours eouwcutlv weeks tau 1 TeoHobSound .1"
A S Tomliaon his x mark Andrew President, lion* and ordered at th Clerk ofllce atTltllnU. :. to :: T.uWwtJupiter :'I. ;1 ....
l I E II RIce, U 1. Gauldeoo Amos J l' Goldsmith .... lorlila' this the SKnd day of July, .. Ito at 'tillW. Satisfaction.oxdors.; : ; s
Applewhite, I'alw Beach 616 f eo 11\ .
F Davis, lath a* wit the Honorable John u Broom, BRASS .

Q ii(; Fulke, A Lindsay his z mark F W Newton, :u*AU wshoes and A. A written.Stewart, clerk o( said court Conductors will sell tickets from Q.unrnn1eed. I.. I. '.......
Green Darnwell
r J I' Joe Henry xF ; :
Ooldsmitb1 W Newton A. A. BTE:* ART.BuliUns no agent station, -\, '..
14 Charl"l Folio, A Lindsay Graham C lark. Circnit. CourtS
II T :0;Norwood Gee Denham, Henry lIamlltoD x *. roe Ceoipt't. I JOSEPH RICHAKOSOX: Send us your = ;s; lal I: 1lt[

JI T Yo"rood, A Lindsay his x mark F W Xewtoo. tub 4isg30 I 1"'In'-lwre I General Passenger Agent. ; .- -. ; : -











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I Ii IiINDIAN



RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 16, 1895.

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ANDPA HAD"ALL THE QUEENS. IX Tnzes.l A CIIILVP i\CUKSlOX TO

) T..terH a B ....** .t SamboV.W i .\TL.\ "TA. The Tropical TrfJacksonville > ..

e *-'* Po...* Party ,

always took.
,,11 Daddy) November $4' for the Hotllut Tritt. .4
TI in wrings "I baWD een Cba1 ton I Tampa & ,
e, 1I'ab. en I been lib Tab eber The Georgia Southern and Florida 1t,. '
de
i lib clow to de battry w mhJ hAil arranged to run a special pefsonally* JOSEPH II. DUHKKE, Itt.,

HUB *of stan a brrry nice place fur conducted excursion from Palatka and

honnff, sp ..hnmly een de summer 4t Intermediate: points to Atlanta and return -

411C I de night w'en yo' wuk done deft !tan lrl 111 e at the extremely low rate of f 4.CO -1\\'TIr.----: Tlm *Tal>l.. In .:llrft Apr, It, 'Vl.j.Jacksonville. ..- .\e.
reD + $ 1'
de battr' en git nice Mil t""rl. rr'tth' wu1W. 1\0\ o'e. .o. I. .,. n.'" \ w
kin go lOt on '+ 1"tl llttae.1 nt for the round trip, train to leave l'alatka -: :-. -r ,- :I\ :\ 1.r..MhsoNii..K: :. .. rim; i gimp
1 bret'ze. 11 t rt 4...\ August 10th, I. ... 5Aap Pisa terra .re "l.rl"ItII. .S vii aut 411&1".
hot night In Angust the oldI at p m. nn Monday, .. a 11111t'1': Innis. .. I'alstks. . /Maul I'Cpml5015iIM'mars
I rery and thus 1-Wi, Allowing, tout days limit\ t'n the ... ... ., .ilnnthtaoln. .. aansnlxfVpnlTlwa : t
hi favorite seat NHOTEL . .
pied / 1'Jlllal1l1l. ( ,,,,,, "tt'II".I"I'U..n sham 31141111\ IletpPula ''
'. OCc? with hi. friend. Primus tickets; returning leme Atlanta at :LOll .. .. .. .. 12n1a ,1170a. .. ..$evllte. ... ... . .. 5505 ., l1lp '.:.p.
(creed 2.2nd. .. .. .llIa l'JlMIa slam: Itrlrlm Nprings . 1laat ... ,.n.IIII1. "
chock p m on Thursday, August . .. 102'ia'
a ... 1041a IIIII.I'JIII. ... 1I001't'.r..rd. tram I4..pin
1.1 ebber tole you derer The train will be under the personal 1111ts IT M.Ar1 ... l.r. lanpm: \ .
primne, : .. :' : .I.alld..I( : : :: :: ::: twAna m,: ::
t< cape I mek on lass Fote ob supervision) of Mr. O A. !MAcdonald ... I"" I1 OpAr, .."..nlor'I. . .. ..Lv .I :it a ma "' ''hi ....A _
aRsi ted .. .. .. ..,. 4111. 17111' .. Orlando. . . .. .. 114M. hi 11:111.hll.: .... .. ..
general! passenger agent by .. .. .. / 3'.11'\ .... '\I..ln.n"..... . ... II nn ,. m 1(111II. nl 1 ....
!
so." said Primus ; 'you ain't been Messrs. W H Lucas and I). O. Hall . ... 110. StrpAr, ItarNw is. .sonpm .... .
'bout 'em. \Vha" kine .. ... .. .. II JIll' Ar. . .PuntaItxnia., . .I.eStlpm. .. ... ...
Dnttin ROYAL l'OI CIAYA.
me traveling passenger: agents, and no effort! .. . . ... Dana 1IIIII''r T......... i.vtt4.pt 1I00.hI\\ .. .....

,iarrer 'scape November yon mek held his hat been P_VLM 11EA('H, LAKE WOHTII. wlllbespaicd In making the trip comfortable ::: .. ...atoa.. CttpAt 4 isp::: Ac .' ;. ..TI'rl. 5111.1,1: :::. . "I:: 1I1I1'. n : : : .. :' :: :::.

eddy Sumter and himself, struck and pleasant. The cars will n. anT1ur.' eAnpm: v. brTampa Ar Sat: pet Th,,",. an" sun.Tura .
'II Fort OPEN DUIUNJ THE WINTER SEASON. ACCOMMOU_VT1ON FOR 1,000. be allowed to be tilled to their seating and .'rl 311I"' ut I" .... .. Kf'\ west. l W..I. .",ll\lOt.
behind his hat '
only .
the match . l.v U N rd. and Nat.a
itch, held Well and !\AI. . 11.11I .111 r. '_ iisvsns' : 3111' ft1 ,
he had lighted his pipe and then cApacity. -; \ 11-1; ; 5 b.t1.l Jal'stlttite Ar S1Aa! .,. ".'"N/11111 tlAr tll..
l.YJackaYme
pipe in his month and the hathll HKNHMm in LI, Manager.:( Reficshmcnts will lie served on the I'JII/II'' Ar Knterprise: f lea : l'al/.lka Ar 4 tip I 112 :ti' iv ttr l'Ityle.Ar. Alw2apAr
the A\- ..,, .,
rtr. Itl/rrn \ Pkta: Mitten i.e uII.\rllr.nlC.oII'I./ : Loosahsp
head Then he said i _ train under the direct supervision of the \ 'M..I.r 0, ,t.nd Iv 11:11I1': 12a7p Ar Iakr )ielenl.r fl.'ws
r.t ______.___. __m_ ___ h / Ar 111'" "' l .
E been befo' Sambo Robison been alcove company, and nny who do not desire 411/11'/ Ar Tlln.'lfi.. 1.,1110., ttsyttna lreitap \ Iotp.1r\raSntrust I'1 5nn.
de fosflte mine on de Ten AIM lrLwkaonvileArl-iitoit'' I aivstiTkrUntileAr wln'p ;siaalvToikom: eAr 11t1l4
rock een wok truck r'. : to purchase sandwiches, etc., on the em:stp I., itvnrrd: Ar 11 eta .i5 t5 I.e Palatka Ar 4 tc : I 11q. Irv Cant-rd 1 %rl
been on HOTEL MELBOURNE oorDo tlOTE.
hill eu he : ... Ar 1I..thurl.I. 2 I I ::1'1'r 1..la 1.\ 5OtaatatitAr
Ie to bring a lunch, as : in M..nro" Ar In ess" II v 40'1' '
rt train iutsted 1'
n are .
e TIP na ,.,
Mt I. Le AthaIwi
between de fawk ob de road en "tra rlgriRrcamelsBtac : : lnkIRn,1 1.. 501w 1ll/ll."rllalt..lI1t.l.: :/ 140'1'1 214'1'r'
1m, ; will bu Made for meals ell route Itrala 1..1'J42I' coq' \r Tn.r' 1."ltIIN'I'
de Fote ob July IA. a- nn stops ," Ar 1I1..n 1..hl3t\a\ 14II'\r:
Mile house. On lldorsdo lv airs. ,
Fo .. I.e Ar 1.hnr. iv,11 tea I 111..1. Ar
5 :
J 1IJ mho hab kahd pohty wot persiss ob MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. .....- -.; ........... ;..JLM .:;=:-:-...---: There will he plenty of lie water In nep.yrat.ll'tsm't ei.t 11:11': .. Arllr..ko'III..I..M 40'0 II :II'I'\r I.r.hnrg_Lv See.a

nlgjftr ole Sambo heself, en him Qf>i>en all the year round Good fishIng "#J'I "'$ .- This will be the only oppoituntty for along STrain.

nd Gawge Washiuton en me, en Hunting and Yachting: Kates \ {; ( .. time to come to \lslt the late City Ually. t tktllyexcrptSundayy .

I idry Drone wot Bell chicken. We $2.50: and Proprietress upwards Mu. 1. M (Luro.VAILL'S f+na'Special ))1\4 i\tilch a low rate of fire, and we hope Trams i5.atul 23 and tr-Through l' carry thrnnlth.'nlltll.IlIItHI..t I'nll".n 1t1t"1.1 Untl'-I :III..I.I"IC....r.I..I.\1 ears .t..Pt'11('n ,'tatl S.wnrk anti Taiie.v. .nd. Tampa
iB1II. bet
You
'1 moustoua big games. can j Features at Coronido:-Mod- you will appreciate the fact that we are n. ('uvgly (I. I' AckFRLY.

cents ebery time. Well, Drane dole crate rites solid comfort, no ostentation trying to meet the means of all by making tlt'.1 Nulerintendrnt.' tI.,1 I'.nft' .A1t"nt.

trend en Sambo gone bline. I git. JtlOIllishlnl{, good cooking Write such a rate
o king, en ob kose I turn een Wash.ton FLOATING HOTEL fur Ui'ins.
U. A MA'IINALII.Genel'alt'allll. ,
Drane knm
see de bline too an
At the llitllrond M Imrf lIt Agent
11. Sambo mek he bline Rood en tek ,

t.i 'kahd. I uk tree.Washinton tek wan West Palm Beach. HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY .
Drane tek tree. Strange bed warmers are used by
Free from Flits and Mosquitoes SeaFood 11 St. Augustine
i "Wen I pick up my kahd I moos ton i a Specialty Chilian women Iti cold weather, whenIn ,

E la I ketch won mo king en two jock. E. E. VAILI, Prop TIlE GREAT OBJECTIVE When POINT bed they keep their feet warm by
Homeseekers get
Imbo lay low kanse e him bline. I you & Indian River
there Stop at -_ placing them on a dog. 'k
t fibs cent, en Washinton liff! 'em fibe '

t Drane trow way he han en kuss. PALMETTO HOUSE That tired feeling should be overcome

:le Sambo smole won smile en seen The Lemon City Hotel at once or It may end most seilounly. --G Railway.. C0tszze
f fibs cent en VTaehintou fibe cent an Take 'sSiiisApitrllU: now and prevent .
fibe. I fer look like Daytona, Florida. sickness and suffering later In those Tim Tub. In rffr: 't July sib. IH1IV .
annder
If em try I.
___ _ __
blue! I hab han on my At Lemon City, the terminus of the ;ison.Hocnl's.
swine en my and
All Rail Line to Lake Worth, via St. Augustine Ormond
I
hip for rise 'em gen wen sometingappeu looms without board, during the Hack Line on Discayno Hty Airy

wot noboddyain't been kount summer months. Apply to rooms comfortable boost good table, Pills are the best family cathartic Rockledge. !
MKB DxvintoN, Proprietress terms reasonable Harmless reliable -
medicine.
I and liver
ti J3f' Good fishing and hunting In the South Bound. I North Bound.
"Sambo got wan pout leetle grand- sure. --
neighborhood. :>i" :> :>i' :>i.-;
bile name Dinah. De chile only 6 yared t4; i"31 vet Iso. e. ate: r

i bat 'e know all de kahd. Dinah sat CARLETON D. Is!. CONNOLLY: Prop. There are in the world over UO.OOO Lr Jal'kaonvl'Ix.. 111M. a 51... I' -. -. I.v W 1'1I1t" Urerhl ;"iii"'i a iAft" i-----I : : :.

i bin Sambo en look on he kahd en jiss HOTEL Lemon City: Dade Co., Fla. species of flowering plants A"II".II". 111111 a 11..1'. .. ,. 1..NI.I..rll.. .. .. ... .... . -
. ,
ell I pine lift! Sambo some mo de who wear cords to t: N ilaangtt t Aegtsttnn:: lualt. .a. I.v Le W Hole Ju,11trr.Pou.tnd.::: ; r.9 iiAn'xlaika. : nn al : :: :_

>etle gal sing out 'Oh how funny I Jacksonville\ Florida. Men or women I..u.t 1'lilalk. .. .... I.,. Ahela. .. .. 11110, a." .


amps at mek got oxcitement.all de queens I trou!I'way Ob my course full ODPO-+ ito Po toffice. : HOTEL x COQUINA x their! eyeglasses. these days are the exception. ArNxn"ill, f aA.t -....u- : ,, ,-'.R.lrnsen.!, Fort ,B".....,..,....., a a 5 : .,: ".. .:

1 use; VTashinton fling fibe spade on de Upon the meeting of the Fiftj'-fourth Lr Nan FT[ 15 ____ =- -- .. .. .. ::.load,. ) ..
ble; Drane larf; he been torn een ono Congress each member will find upon as .. ,. i $ a
: .
seben, en Sambo, who hab de Under New Management his desk a button a pressure upon which 1..0rlll"I.I"II(1.. .. ... .. .. ....... .... ..,. Sansl.:..III1.lIle.; .... 11311.110 1I'/ .....
neeni sho one! say dam en tun roun 4 ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA 1-- iv ... 1'J4111' .... .. .. .. 1..H'.le..le.. .... ...... ...... .. ....
will be ply answered by a pnge 1..t..I1" ,.. ...... .... .. .. . ..
prom I.. I'.n IIr""le. .. I Li lilli' .. ... ( '''''III 1:113.: 110
n slap de chile: en tek em een de nezm .
. .. I.vt'ity Point.
en pnt em een bed. Den won soon Open all the Year. -- FLORIDA. Iv\rwuttrna iv Oak ii..Ii. .. ::: r.z.: :: oath : .:: I., Tlttoelle: { ,: :::: ....:. ii'l i p I" 'e' II'i: : .
$1OO Kcunnl, $100. 1..TII".lIIe. .. 1121 ... 130 a .. 1..0.k 11111. .. .... ...... ...... .... .. -
likejunk I' .
am from de room what soon Coolest and most pleasantly located I.v ('It,. 1'lIllIt. .. ., 1111111' .... .. I.eNewPmyrna... .... .. l/hpm Tap.. .
Dinah holler I fur de .. Lvi'ttrt4traltge .. .. .
en sorry I.'av1a. all IOW a '
hotel for the summer months. Thoroughly p: : .::: :::::: j, ; : : : :: ..
kilo kawe she tawk been sabe me at j SUMMER HATES: *8.00( .!).00 and leaders of this paper will be Lvltts'klnd: ; e.: :: :: allp ..... ivitstuna .. 1 aehptn
refitted and elegantly furnished. The LvKatIlalle.: ., .. 34'J ... ii Sea .... Arlhxuaul..... .. I4ttP" .. . .. ..-
ese lebenty-fibe cent. I mek narrer Elevator. All modern Improvements. $10.00 per week. pleased to learn that there is at leant one Lr Nsrno 8/rt I'I' . ...... ... .. r.,. Unuond . . ... .. ...
dreaded disease that science has bttn Iv JII..IIHlllr"e. .. .. AAA 1:1: oil .. . 1..0".1 JUlie.. .. .. ....I .. .
'ape UATES:-#250: to $150: : per day. I' ....... .. .
SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are to In al Its stages and tint Is ieNtt.nelx, ... tin it .... Ar..II'.I.llIa.: 3:11I1.: ?
:En wot Washinton say' Inquired Special by the week and to CommercialMen. able cure the ArFort I'lerce hN /aft Ai Nan tiate1, .... .: "\..nth
Is only .
Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure ;: . ::: :: .I . .
Timua.'Oh. I at Ormond. I.e Kdrn. 521t I., as,, MaIne .
'
Specialties known to the medical fra .. .. .. .. .. .... .. :.:.:.:.:. I
that the electric positive cure I..n .. .. .. .
hotel cars .
Only pass Ir1'alatka.
IM1
replied Daddy November CaUrili being a constitution 1 I.,. I'Utrt ..... . . .. .. .. .. ,. .I I I1.v Im

Gawge Washmton say Sambo ain'tt to.and from depot. I 53:t" For Circulars address disease ternity. requires a constitulonal treatment I.vMlrla: il"le. Nlntnd;.;. ::: aaTp.:: .. ..:::: ::: .... .. .lvlaletk. ltwti ,:.::..::: _:::: :: .IWII'.n :

no right fur spank de chile kawsi CRAPO & LeVENE Hall's Catarrh Cure Is l taken Internally 1..W..h".lt'r. ... : . .. .. Arltt. AnlCu.lI"e.. ... .., 11".1.111.----I. .

I 'a;.been tole de troof. "-New York Proprietors. I SEISER & VINING, Managers, and mucous, acting surfaces directly of upon the the system blood Ar I..lllvl..r.W 1'.1111 .heath. ." .... ..., .. ... .... .... ..... ArJ..lIIe..,. Anlln.lI"e... 111'1II Tflll'IInlll.111111'. .III.. ..... .. ..-.

j ORMONDBYTHESEA.THE thereby destroying the foundation of the
HOW MANY WIVES ARE THUS disease and giving the patient Htiengtli A. & W. Branch.

ST. AUGUSTUS, FLORIDA. by building up the constitution and ItClI"rll utrsU. Mllt'rll Itotlal> .
tb* Many Virtue She Should Have U assisting nature In doing Its work 'l'heproprletol'a
--- ----
nod Flew. Her Huband. have so much filth In its ItTATIOSK. IITATIOS8. N" II So

The good wife is always good. Nothing COLUMBIA HOTEL curative powers that they olTer One ev-'iew; IIlIIyfi; -I ---rs.1 : t- O. ('lIy June \T iill rr

puts her out. She may have neural Hundred Dolhis for any list case of that testi It 1.". Orange lake Ilulen('It) "" Oren lake II le"01\('Icy 11415 III" 4t5., ....

Kta,, a tipsy cook and twins who always Centrally Located on St. George LAVASSAR fills; to cure. :bond for Ar ILCltyJune.,, Ar N'mmo Mitts.. .

:ry at the same time but she never monials.
'x lu and she al-- Street. Address F. J. CHfcNEY A <'::0., All train daily between. Jarkwinvllleanil. Ht AnirnitlneTralnnJI .
cross or speaks hastily I
Toledo O. 2ft, 4i and 7H, winth of Ht AiiKnxtlnn I laity eacxid Bunilay
rays sees that dinner;, is ready at the Overlooking Old Fort Mai'ion and Park all Druggists, 7*>c. Train: tat every MiiiuUy, Veilneiiluy I : and: trlilay:: Train M very. Tiiefiluy, Tlmriktey JiaA.Hjtnnlay .

'roper moment. The children may have and a full view of the Ocean and i6 Webb An., Ocean Grove, N. J. :1'-801.1 by -
breakers from the piazzasW TI ft Time-Table nhnwn I lie tliiirn at hlrh train may Ie exi..ct<101 to arrive and ilpart| fmi
amps. chicken pox and measles and rolling "Tribe of Oad" Is the title of an association the iun*r tl I nutlonii, hut their arrival or ...ilfparture the time. .I.teelt.l nut tiiKr.nlwil., nor il_
plumbers may have stopped the Croon -f One Block (from the Ocean. 4- at Lamed Kan. the Lumpanyiluilil\ Itself. renpnn.llile for any delay ..r any coiuwquencr.. arlnlnic. tliered, .tin.
the of teachers It. v'iltOTT, JOSEI'II IIU"l.AIII1"'UN.
water because they are fixing J,
*", .',.... Urn l'... Agftni
l lrnt. fngrr
filled cheese <
main pipe; the baker butcher and milk- M TEAHEN Proprietor OPEN June 1 1895. v In England Imitation or
,
nan may present their little bills with cannot legally be sold as cheese -- -
UKperating frequency and with reproachful -:
Electric Bells and perfect system
remarks appended and the Gas MRS B M ANDERSON.
of Sanitary Sewerage. Walton's Kapld Calking Machine,
Oman may have "struck" but when .OO. $1000 and IPS: .00 each. In us,.

insband comes she always smiles beanrfully by of the principal boatbuildersIn

and has something nice and cool the many North. See pamphlets and testimonials Send the "Advocate" some of your Job
ill OPEN ALL TilE YEAR KOI Nil e
ready in the refrigerator.
ELBORDEN HOUSE .
She never mentions disagreeable bilk x

to the partner of her soul and never SEASIDE *c INN Mount Tacoma Is the highest pointin orders and will be satisfied.

asks! fur money but she is always nicely On the Beach, the United btates: -about 15.WKJ feet. Printing you

dressed in oool, fluted muslins, or good
Fla. has sued barber
At Sea Drooxo A Minnesota man a
rich cashmere or something like that.
Xo dowdy calico wrappers on her. She The house has been enlarged: to twice Opposite Daytona, for $',00 damages: for ruining hla btard.

make everything herself-out of noth- its original size and Improved In every is NOW OPEN.

tog-elegantly. way. A new building comfortably furnished Vacation Time -.--
She is Belt of surf bathing: good fishIng -

aim. but she charming.never flirts.All the She men is always envy and a beautiful wide smooth beach First-class table; comfortable airy and Is ",'clcomedly
hand gladly
Is at
and bicycling. and drinking water. Itoduced -
rooms
for pure
driving WORKS
BOAT
1glad to have his ma live with them Ih. Rates for Summer: $7.50, 18.00 all, especially those whose, duties In life FLORIDA!= *
and to take her advice in everything Rates ."OO per day; Special rate by and $0.00. Apply for looms at once to have caused them to greatly rundown" ,

Bat, most of all, when he comes homeat \veek. their system to meet the requirements,,

t o'clock in the morning walking H. F. STEWART, Proprietor. SYDNEY HAIUII physical and mental', forced upon them. Melbourne, Indian River, Florida.

w7 feebly and with exceedingly weak Furnished cottages for rent. Sea Breeze I' 0., Florida. With these and others It U Important
knees I'r whether at home at the seashore or In cared "110
she never casts a doubt upon his the country, that some thought be givento
statement' that "they've been taking diet, and as further assistance U o : e;

stack down at our place,"whatever may building-up medicine 5tv
-------- -- --- --- ----- --- --- Nature, a good
lathe season of the year and she al --- ------- like Hood's barsaparllla had best be s ==

wale pities him for haying to work sc resorted to. If the digestion ls poor,, = C;
"A-Philadelphia Times. _ O. II. VOSS.IN172AN : liver deranged and frequent headaches scud ( ==
rno:
seem to be the rule, Hood's will change >-

Cutl.a la the fir RIVER HOTEL, all this and enable every one to return to TJ (
refreshed!
their home and business In a
BUIld
=
a castle in the air and live in it b t---
state of mind and bodily health. cur
wasionally It is a delightful bit of CO >-
unreal estate free from every discern- !:II ice
tort from t TITUSVILLE ct: C9liaitlud Q:
Practical a mortgage to a gas meter. [ In Hurry. 04: -g rZvj

people will condemn your "It's a rapid age," said the big policeman .-
folly #::;
but what of that? When the eaves cga
Indian
thoughtfully. "A terribly rapid
of :: ==
*Qn* cottage to on :
seem your
y press axe. Everybody's to a hurry. __ sL r7Boats
.
wun oc your flat shrinks to a 10 by 11 "V\hat's the matter now?" iiiqnlrtd x d g.

wciosnre, move out take possession of :. = o H. voijs, the man who was waiting for a streetcar c;,;:) -

rear castle and revel in it. if only for 20 MANA04kh ;
-
*inot<* The brief respite will help you "Why we've got the trolley yu,
a
on ully.and even if airy dwell- .
your
+ haven't we?
111 does it O|>eu All The Year.
come down with a crash you "
v .
WIU r l 1 t and at tho lowestilgln'os.
out Ilepairod
crawl j
out of the ruins better pre- "And the cable car fender{
w
ied ? grapple with mundane careL- "To be sure Pi'onipt attention given to oidern.IMtimutoH .
*'w Orleaus Times-Democrat. Only a few minutes' "And '" given on all kinds of boatn.
.. r walk from Hallway stations the cigarette
The ? and Steamboat land. "Quite Agents for'the'CelebraUd
Programmes for Lexington q "And yet you read in the papers every .
ings.
'Prine last meeting are out The meeting ,ll On the banks of the day about people so blamed Impatient WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.

: from April J7 to May, and + far-famed Indian River. that they go aDd commit midde."

. 104=000 will be given to stake. Washington Star. A.. T. ROSE.
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INDIAN AUGUST 16 1895. ,
\ .__ _ __ RIVER ADVOCATE, 'r urn ii

i 'li f .
1 t For Sale or Exchange: came to Lemon City; where I went torat'ln'l Highest of ill in Learning Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't ReportBaking
: house and secured something to THE ROBBINSHRAHAMl

I / One ""t.s. sorrel horse; good sad: .IIer eat and drink" e

and itrlter for A good, sound mule or Lewis made another statement that D

", ork b"IJdtCIIII.".\. H. C.,," will Implicate) persons who aided him to V I Paid Up Capital $26,000.00.
The entire Marvin I In-
escape. family
Care of AmwATK,
Tltutvlllu, Fla. eluding J, k. Marvin and wife and D. LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE

Marvin, the son, were arrested and com I'v.f PowderABSOLUTELY

loop For SAle. milted to jail without ball. They were
We have for sale a large list of
brought up In the Pearl also. They are carefully

For tile, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl5f; charged with murder after the fac PURE 0 selected Indian River Properties
4 tonnage, IS 27-100; In rut-clan conlU--
-- -- -
tlon. 1e4 sails: head-room In cabin. What makes their case worse Is that the, Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast

rp 'r Dost party or trade 'boat of her sire on perjured themselves by swearing before For Good liond REMEMBER THESE FIGURES Canal and Transportation Co.CAN'AL llnt(

I the river. Price, 4UOOO. Apply to the Justice1 court that they bad not seen .

l E. C. B. Ty lid ill, W:*>eland, or Capt. Lewis after lie had killed Highsmlth and A telegram from Key West, Monday, The total assessed value of property LAIVDS.Florida .
Peter Nelson Titiistllle Fla. where abe
: Fr may be seen., *tf Davis In July with reference to the bonding for good In Br.vard county I is two Southern Railway, Jacksonville Indian Tampa River Loan Key and West Railwa 'mP IIIJ
Lands Disston Company Investment .
I' When Deputy Sheriff Pierce was seen roads, says: Everyone la gratified with million, two hundred thousand dol and other Low Priced Lands.
: ; i Jltuiaiin Suckers For' Sale. he said: "I was at my work at Lemon the result of the bond election held on
to Loan 1ilwaya
City on Friday morning, when I wu Informed Tuesday last All-except one of the lars.Mr.. Flagler'i holdings are taxedat IHonoy in on Nand
Ten
I At cent, sums to tutt.
per
Ii
i Twenty thousand Royal Dwarf Banana that Lewis was there. My Informant outlying precincts -have been heard six hundred thousand dollars. .
I f Suckers for sale $40.00 1,000. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
per was a man whom Lewis tiled to from and the
stands
vote at present, The J., T. &"K. W. RV companyat
'"
to C. T. VERBEKr
II Apply ,
1 j Eau Oallie, Fla. get to bring him to Lake Worth, where 1,004 for bonds and one against. almost one hundred thousand Titusville. Florida.
,
I F"I' he hoped to communicate with friend, doll an. -

): f and stealthily work his way to Texas I Wild lands owned by -
:1 Fancy Pineapple Slips and Stick "VV'an.tod. .EL Man corporations
Immediately deputized several men, about two hundred and
In section at to sell ,
h For Sale. every once staple
era
among whom were Ret McGregor, Will !goods to dealers; no peddling; experience eighty thousand dollars. 4 +-

j ', i, "Egyptian Qu-; and "Abbakaa." Russell and John Harp I searched unnecessary; best side line. .7 .OO a Total, of these three items, nine
l" I several houses but without avail. I month. Salary and or large
Apply to MAMKW A MATTIIAM*, expenses hundred and eighty thousand dol
: The Palm lieaoh Pioery, then stationed the men various. places commission made Address, with 2 cent round million.
lars-nearly a
i West I'alm Beach,.Fla. We searched until stamp for sealed particulars, Clifton Soap
10 o'clock when Mc-
.. L and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati Non-residents are taxed at least /.1
fJ II'J it t Gregor and Russell who were at Hadley' OhioCHOICE. six hundred thousand dollars ; our .. DRUGSCHAFFEE I .
;,1 '
.v. f Pineapple IMunt Fur Sale. house, which Is only a few feet from the home people do not pay one.fourth a/i,

i r bay, heard someone rap at the door and of the taxes. I k
t', ) Balance of our Abakka slips and -
I '1'1. i. suckers we will aell at reduced prices Inquire for )fro Dadle). When ,Mrs The one thousand voters in the

f 1..' Also small lots of Golden Queen and' 'ladley asked who knocked, the response county do not pay over one-eighth!

t Kuville City.J. was, 'Lewis,' who wanted some water."McGiegor \.1. Pineapple Plants. of the taxes. The one thousand
; 'j A F. M. TI TK, ) &CO. -
commanded Lewis to
IU1- voters who have the to vote "
4 10tf Fort Pierce Pinery power u
'E, .' ender, and when he started to turn the In large or small Quantities. bonds will not have to assume more ,

t : deputy raised his gun a Winchester shol than thousand dollars ; thatis
j ,, 1 For Sale.ti Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka, twenty
I gun; and fired, hitting Lewis In the right Knvllle City, Golden Queen twenty dollars per head, or sixty-

t, ti 1. Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka. and Golden leg,causing a com pound fracture. When Prince Albert, Variegated[ six cents per year for thirty years. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA

: Queen pineapple suckers, orange, lemon McGregor went to capture him, Lewi Smooth Cayenne, Charlotte Will the road not be worth sixty- ,
In.ljtral'e fruit trees, Norman straw berry Rothschild, Riplev Queen,
r.
rallied from bis and fired
I lying position six cents to the
Jamaica Ripley.y" per year average
and umbrella trtes. .
.F "t pUnts JA*' MOTT, five shots from his revolver wounding, jy Orders delivered promptly. voter ? -- --

t Orlando: Nursery, McGregor as above stated oRL.ANDO GnArl A: UUIT ('0., THE BEST FERTILIZERS t./

I: I! ," Orlando, FU.AVlilte 1.,1 "Lewis then crawled into a barn near'by C. S. VAX HOUTKX, Trias. COME, LET US REASON TOGKTlinit. -

,. ,; where tracked him. I surroundoc Correspondence solicited Orlando, Fla

: I \: {"r: 1 Woman Wanted. the barn and awaited until daybreak ---- .- With a Pore Bone Basis, are Manufactured by the

y I I. Tl [Saturday, when I sent In and asked If he
I I ",., 1 t Wanted, the services of a middle-agc-i would surrender which he did. I then 1OO ) '' We have frequently asserted that cor
OQ : i': ( ;: i' Y t
white, woman, for general work on i iiilintitlnn a porations and non-residents pay 70 per
went In and placed him under arrest L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO
/,1 t, ', } on Indian niter. A good cent of all the taxes In Brevard county.We .
e :{ some for the tight party. "By this time the people were getting ..Choice Home Grown. made this statement without look
I'
\ ; : : (j Address, "D. E. F.," wild with excitement on account of Moiregor's -
.. i ing the figures-we knew It was away
up OF PAWTUCKET II. I.
;"I Care of ADVOCATE, scilous condition, and I feared ,
"J t i PINEAPPLE PLANTS. inside of the mark. Instead of the cor
,I'I : i. 'Iltusfille_., .Fla.II -.- trouble at the hands of a mob. secured porations paying one-fourth of all the There Is nothing like Darling's Pineapple Grower to make fine, stock

I p the Pearl and brought Lewis and the -- taxes In Brevaid county, they pay near plants, and solid, sweet, juicy fruit that will ship well. We also carry In dock

'\ r i: A .HX: .UX KO.MA.NCI other prisoners,Including the Marvin, to Abbaka, Knvllle City, Smooth Cayenne, ly one-half. Take the assessment of the ;>0 and 94 per cent Sulphate Potash, Kainit, Nitrate Soda, Flour of bulphur Bright
1 Juno, where they are now In jail." Golden Queen, Prince Albert, Variegated Cotton Seed Meal, baled Tobacco Stems, Granulated Tobacco Stems and ,racked

; I J. i;.,. [l\\'nltf\\ for the Indian Kirrr .IdrrMnft.j\] Dr. Illnkson, who dressed McGregor's Smooth Cayenne. Finest plants, prompt miles Flagler at railroad five thousand, one hundred dollars and twenty mile bone for chickens. gy Write to us before buying elsewhere and save mODe),

I'' < per Branch Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla.,
I wounds says that ho may die at any ell very,
Is six hundred thousand dollars TheJ
: r ]ill A pretty girl, a summer nl( ht. moment. Lewis Is not dangerously! hurt. OEO I. RUSSELL, Rear of 28 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Main ion
: J/I ((0 A man we will not mention, When informed tonight of the arrest, Orlando, Fla. ., T. A K. W K'y company pays on its Laura Streets. O. B. WEEKS, Agent. &y Send for Pocket Memoranda BookGroceries
,1 l li i'' The hour! It wal June I a. tu,. 53F Wiite for mileage and the steamboats of the Indian
the sheriff secured and prices.FOR .
& a posse went
.II! l' f The party came from Junien up River Steamboat company, nearly
+ A darkened houw-no sign of light to guard against trouble At present theexcitement E. LRRA: D Y
thousand
it one hundred dollars. Thereare
,
i The family all are ulecplnR,. Is Intense The Marvtns are
t 1: A iteM )ming moon from behind a cloud well known In Jacksonville, they having SALE. about eight hundred thousand acres
r " "
I i A tare young lover on the watch, street Bridge PINEAPPLE SUCKERS at 3">cts per acre, which aggregates: two ,
I. A 1 gentle vent whul Mowing, near Hh';: hundred and eight thousand dollars. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

\, I The silent itream that tell mi talon, Lewis cried bitterly all the way up to These three items alone make up the Sc F'juiey Oi-oeeiicw, l ruit
f I ,, A duky oarKiuan rowing JUliO, and stated that he was filled with . AND SLIPS tuple
sum of nine hundred and eighty thous-
t A granny mound mine barking ilogs, remorse for what he bad done. And Food ProductsOf
t :'I'II' There, a long loud tapping Egyptian Queens. and dollars-very nearly a round million. All Kinds. Also My Stock of

b } "Wbal seek, )'e. here tut time. of nighty Red The entire valuation of property in the
And why thin griiTnonie. rapping/" Later news to hand says Ret McGregor Spanish.Pernamtmcos. county Is about two million, two hundred Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,

; "Com JlllwlI,pome," the lover cried died from the effects. of his wounds at thousand dollars. It will, therefore Ground Food and Wheat.

n u "1 pr*) }""i do. nut tarry, Buena Vista on Monday nioinlng White Antiqnas. be seen that the corporations pay I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In thr above lined
;, 1 A maiden I have brought with me, Goods. I close and will sell close. I invite correspondence and solicit\
1 buy ,
Finest and Best Suckers and Slips on nearly half of all the taxes paid In Bre- your
"I This night 1 m bound to
.. marry Errata Lake Worth, Prompt and quick dcliv- vard your patronage. Very truly
e I + f "(wI up, good wife, the notary cried', ery. Write me for pi.ices. county. 3. Ia.-q: II E .DY.
"1N jukk, |tut "II your gown, Non-residents pay fully thirty per cent .
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I BANYAN, FLA., Aug. 13 '1)5.'ditur )/ K. H. TAR KIN, Went 1'aliii Heath, FI...
,
And If you would a linen be, of all taxes; therefore, less than twentyper

e } Advocate. cent of the taxes are paid by our

; ... I : : wife>alil. Dear Sir:-Your print last week mademe PINEAPPLE SLIPS home people, many of whom are women DUREN&FEASTER.GROCERIES .
... "A plaamre'tht to me e .....
did and who have
+ I To get me up at one o'clock say: "I not say If the county new comers, not regis

1 i ] \wedding for t.. ate." I was bonded for $JOOUOO, the necessary tered and are not entitled to vote.
& 5= AND SUCKERS
The lover crying at the door: expense of printing and floating tCe The one thousand voters of the countydo

I"I 1 "Oh conic, aud top your toimrra," bond would be 10 per cent," and so on. not pay, at the very outside, over one- OF ALL KINDS. Francis H. Leggett & Co's

The notary aniwtri from above It should have read: "I did say." Will FOR SALE fifth of the taxes. To hear the complaints -
: Jiwt let me don my trOIlIe,.." ,
j. ;. you kindly call attention to It and con about the ruin which Is staring Fine Groceries.
5t He hurtled down and tied the knot
t That made the. lover. one; reel the same, and oblige, or f the Following them in the face and about the dire elects -

1t, l: They Now hantcned that the off deed from was henie dune they came, Yours very It.respectfully C. Citen.cn.If : Egyptian Queen, are Issued which, one will\ would fall upon suppose them that If bonds they Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all W!

themselves being called
Smooth Cayenne are upon to bear
'I : And when they'd gene the lI..tar'lahl: the entire burden of the proposed issue
I J: iii I a "Ah'! that such things ihould be, VARIETIES : Golden Queen, of bonds. If the voters In the county, CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE -
feel tiled wearied
;1 r. : Good 1/e, I would have Mated the bride you or rundown which In round numbers about
are
1/ Put four ale It was on me." go to the seaside for a fw days. En.ille City. thousand, will not assume over one-fifth one :3T" Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited

I .1 For railway and hotel rates sue Oth and of the proposed bond Issue, their proportion Very Truly, DDvUtTOIX eto Foastor.
CU'TlTIU J OF LKWIS.He : 7th pages. '" Orders will not be thirty thousand dol- ____
I.# now taken. All first-
I a' ____ lars. If one thousand voters pay thirty .
; I clllIIa plants, and early delivery. Apply thousand dollars, the share of each is L. E. MUNN, Treat 8. a. VANLANDINOHAM, See, t TreS
) Shoots Another Man While
;
,; To the People of the East Coalt."allh..1 to G. C. MATTHAMS, thirty dollars, or one dollar per year for rilCENIX MILLS LUMBER CO.
1, Being Arrested. thirty years, that Is an average for each ,
I i l'E I Florida Pineapple Co., voter, many will not pay as much as ten
WKST PALM BEACH, Aug. 11.-Utputy TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
\ to Ilujr 10.OOO Shark 8kin. cents per year, and others will pay as
I! Sheriff George Pierce arrived on the West Palm Beach., Fla. much as twenty-five dollars per year; Incorporated October*, 1804-SuoccMor* to K. Ilanion A Co.
." thooner Peail at 2 o'clock today with I will pay 3'tets' a piece for skins over --- --- --- --- -- but those whose taxes will be the highest : Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
ort. long SUits. under. Cash do-
'v ; on found
l ; are usually among those who
ham Lewis who
murdered
John
a High- livery at Titusville, St. Lucie and Xew are In favor of bonding. We feel confident Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatcliw
"! smith and George Davis at Lemon City River, here I shall be on or about Oct. that as soon u this matter of bond lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covers and cypress tanks of all ''w'

i i on the morning of July 23. Lewis was let The skins to be cut down the back ing for the county road is properly understood made as called for. All KIndS Of MOUldlngS Turned and Scroll TO Ipedaltj.
I 'r captured at 10 o'clock Friday night at from "back of head to within a foot or aoof by our people, an overwhelm ,
Buena taiL Skins to bo taken off with alI JEIflELE S ing majority will vote for bonds. One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many years' experietx
Vista
r : a town a short distance
I little heal as possible, and no knife-holes so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contract for the construct
from Lemon City, says the Citizen cor In akin. II will also buy all the oil from IJTMUSHCO I| .X [Remember the ADVOCATE, Titus- land building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms sod u>

respondent. the .lIvel.-each shark will make about JACKSONVILLE I vllle, does all kinds. of job printing. Give the most satisfactory manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere
In the to arrest him lalf a-gallon. To make the oil, take out I
I attempt Deputy liven and till a kerosene bbL two-thirds us a share of your work.] Correspondence and Patronage Solicited

i County Clerk Ret McGregor wu shot by lull of livers; stand In sun, in a dry -=

Lewis twice, once la the chest, the bullet place. As the livers decay, the oil will RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T HOGG.

penetrating the lungs and coming out come to the top. Strain oil through Notary Public* tnfurm AT1
the back and the other cheesecloth Into barrel for shipment!
through
II through
i the left Lewis also Correspondence solicited. CLOCKS
I' arm. was seriously

,.( wounded In the right rill by McGregor. COM.Care F. I)of. m-oiiis Henry: Clews, & Co., Florida Real Estate Exchange,

McGregor II In a precarious condition, Xew York City. I
I and Is not expected to live.
At AtfTHOtfY BROS., jy Write us for descriptive price list.
t' The excitement at Lemon City wu
California and Lemon
Orange
C Intense and the officer had a great deal THE JEWELERS TITUSVILLE FLA. POSTOFFICE BOX IOO. -

of trouble in getting Lewis away with MELBOURNE Brevard Co. FLA.
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Bndwood and
Trees _
safety. Lewis, In his statement, said:
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"When I left the I taken to
bay was

: Jiimlnl, where 1 remained for a few days, FOE SALE.VARIETIES Why is the 20-inch Shingle the Best ? ?! 4-

and wu theu placed under arrest by the
,-W. Navel \akmrla l..at. ,
authorities there. 1 asked them to let ria& strain uf Hut's Tardllt K |>n>rernxl), Med.Caret or. list: It lays six inches to the weather and \ettfves more Up than an \l" ,:"

I me pay Mr. Sanders, the keeper of the Malta,lIb Jaffa el,, HuiuoMua liancjr Tangerine, gatuuua, ttt,. Rub Michael blond lit.angea ,, 8'-I I thus 2nd.making Being an thick absolutely butts tight roof. the ,.*"t 1
Inn at that place, $10 that owed him. ..Magnum Hooum and Malta oval. Order the (U-Inch) they do not curl so much from
sun.
mml l for at kuul (Ml rack irf the loam two .
As I passed the money<< to him an opportunity U-.J1': .true U>boa Lcnion,\'ilia Fran,w, t 3rd: Takes less shingles to cover aq'areJnIT( 000)) and less nails to p"', 'h;"'
lMlna, HeUir Itviulum aniliiux I
WM offered me to escape, which I >rt I did. They saw m*outside but I threatened safe arrival ant aatUlaeUon guaranteed, I'luntyrcf 4th: They make the beat roof for less money.
L 01 "r uon on apuMttattou.. Hud seta iwr attractive Price, Xo. 1, 4-in. 4.J.50 1.000In.. $\.*) 1.000lo.. fo3.7S per 1, The India Hirer Is very at this point, Milendid fUhinr.elAdapted Tb. land U aiMcially per ; per
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to kill them ..
If they came near me. too Iw sun.cub ir with luuu.order fin iwr AJdrw.a.a>,, IH.IOM f .a. to Pineai'iile. and other rulu. and I. situated at Aakima, Just, north of the celebrated Price, Xo. 2, Wn. and Wn, i.T5 per l.OCO.(
I procured a boat and went south, after per : ':.r: ='I. The J.. ftl, A.A I. R K it ruua through the l>ro|>erty, uaklnc *hl|>|ia( facilities J
I. H. CAMM\CK, : For itartKttUr t ,sddreM the ewaer. -SoUonlyby G. F. PAD DISON. .. .
t:, i which I came across to the keys I then (Cut this out for rO Whinier,Calif. ART HI'U D. rEBKIM. New H..... Cuss I Lumber and House Building Materials EAU GALLIE,, 'J












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