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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 30, 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: UF00079909:00146
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS, Heart Tits Column Carefully. -Mr. C. O. Blyth, of West Palm -Col. I). I. Gaulden left for West -M. It, U Murphy, a popular Insurance Itlejclo nact'M.

teach, has been spending a couple of aim Beach on Wednesday. agent, has been In town all this
of General Intercut.letr In the Jacksonville bicycle races on
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Topics THE EAGLE CIOTHIXO
|d STORE, In the days, In town -\IrR. A. W. Sweet is again In town, week.
ADVOCATE Tuesday Mr. Dunham foxettcr of Tlusvllle
block, Titusvllle, are the -
-A horse and I fter a plellIlnt1.lt to friends at Eau -Dr. )(. I). L. Dodson and daughter
and nener.l. Oowlp In .onn..tlonIth leading clothiers! on the East Coast of runaway wagon wasOne made a good record. He won

.| BlM-nyn. BUT, Lake Worth, Indian Florida. Give them a trial. 4 of the excitements on our streets I Oallle. passed through here, yesterday, on their the gold medal In the one-mile novice

M..na and HaUlas Rivera Key treat last 1 Saturday.If -Mr. E. I.. Brady left for West Palm way to JacksonvilleMr. race; came In third in the one-mile IKJJ-S

d all other Important Point.. along the VIIFHE to stop. See list of hotels on ]Bench yesterday. He expects to return and Mrs. P. J. Nevlns, who have race under 17 yoursprize, one dozen
.t Co..t of Florida. Brief mention oftrtttlng our 7th you feel tired and weary, try to
Events from Various Parts page. I recuperate by spending a few days at I tomorrow.Mr. been "I>t'n.llng' several weeks at Sea ihotos.; and In the three-mile handicap

he World. I About People.Know. Ton picked Knowd DUll blanks lOc. each; 1.00: per 100, at the I seaside. See railway and hotel rates Glen Mrohm canto up from breeze, expect to return toMerrltt totay. ho carne In second, winning a set of Akron -

,,, People Our Society You Editor Don't mud a large- .at aft the ADVOCATE: office. on,[ Btli and 7th pages.. Vest Palm KoHch on Tuesday, and I Tire Co.'* racing tires
br I topped over couple of days -Miss Annie Paddlson left here, --
scattered, the a :
along
.
corrmpondenU -Mr. Geo. F. Miles of the
manager
Foil first class shoemaking and repairingcall for East: Grille where. she A Sheriff ItetlgiiM.
yesterday ,
L.t of Florida. Arthur ,
Blown of ADVOCATE
Count on J. A. Daughterv, at Mr. Nolle' E. C. L. C. & T. Co., has been down on one
old stand, Titusvllle, Fla. New:" River this week, examining the I UtT, 1 has been enjoying a three days' I expects to remain with her biother Sheriff Dodge, of Dade county has

D V ( Tf work done by the dredges.Mr. holiday In JarkHomille this week.Mrs. Mr. leo. }'. I'a.ltllll.n-for about a resigned. Bro. Gardner, of the Gazetteer -

fit A PmclLY heat powder atCHAFFEE F. T. Budge, who has been to Howell Titus, who has born month began a campaign against the retiring -

I Titusvllle tic Co., FU.VE *, New:" York and other northern cities In ttonding I to her sick sister-in-law, In 1r.( A. Hadley, who delivers Ice for otlloor a few months ago, and pro

1 1t' I the interest of the Titusville Biush Factory aoksonvlllo: returned to Titunvlllo on the Indian River Ice company, had the erred charges against him. This U,
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Sltl misfortune of :'11( lb. cake of Ice falling 1
a of the
Vidncsd.i.v. probably, ono causes loading to
1 now hate money to loan In sums to I returned home on Monday.If .
J\f suit an approved real estate Hccuiity. anybody has told that Fort -Mr. and Mrs.I (I. W. Schii)1er and m his foot, mashing It badly and hrenk- the resignation of Sheriff Dodge, but not
AUq Send In your applications. Robbing A you lug some !ones In his toes the solo cause. It Is claimed: at least one
\ who have been the
Graham Co. Pierce Is against the shell road, jimt ainlly, spending)
-Senator M. S. will other official will tender his "-
shortly ar- county
Quay
at have returned to
I tell him, her, It, or them, 'taint so.Ft. .- I summer Seabrec/o
On".. 111111 anoIa. ivo at his St. Luolo homo, to enjoy a Ignatlon very shortly.
\' NAPHTHA ':.NCHM.\ A. T. Rose, Melbourne Pierce cor. in f lot'Ida Star.
; \ Indian Liver: will build few weeks tarpon IIl1hln i ):. The Sena-
Y;' any -!Mr. R. W. Rhodes left town, Tnes-" Thirteen coaches, filled with passngers -
kind of steam or naphtha launch, sailor or's many Indian River friends are Killed n 14ft. Alligator.
/" lay'[ for New York Boston and other I arrived Jacksonville Tuesday,
.ri' row boat to 01'der. Wiite him for always glad; to see him down on the
,
'I, JI estimates. I northern cities, for the purpose of purliasing ,over the Flaglor! Railway The majority Mr. R. I. Brownfield and his two sons,
Cast: Coast.A .
I t ) 4 large stock of fashionable fall went to see the bicycle races. H. I. and Hex Brownfiold, of Philadel-
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i! t'' : \ ",,D"'I',; IONEY.real estate We want money to Ten loan on first I and wintergoods. -Mrs. Mudge, of Sanford, accompanied Stranjr Tlxli Caught. hula, and Mr. S. B. Holbiook, of Chicago -
mortgages. percentfiee
t''I' her, thieo-rhildien arrived who left Titusvllle for Eden: last
\ of all expenses to lender. Ganlden -Mr.! M. }:. Gruber spent from Saturday by \ ,
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{ 'I.' I.. '. & Sanders, Titusvlllo and West Palm I[ until Monday morning with his town on Tucmlaj, on a visit of a week Capt. J. H. Smith's fishermen caught Saturday week, hired the yacht Yankee.

I 1. ;; .;, ",- : 'i' Beach, Florida. I family In Titus>ille. lIe is still stationed 'ur i so with her niftier, Mrs. J. E. Lanoutto. A large, stiango-looklng fish, Wednesday Doable, and had a delightful sailing

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"II \ VK didn't da a thing but wheel shoes :always glad to him in town. -Ankona In In'all his Hiding i. F. Gray, of this place accompanied
Star looks like
ill ;;dJOn away In baby carriages last week. Expect ice coiiesjiondent) says: a sea-serpent
said
them. Mr. Brownfield the
trip was
to go; to Europe this week to -:Mr. and Mis. Fled S. Chaff, Capt. There Is still some vitriolic opposition l to experience the captain has never bo

count our money. Regards to all. 'Joe !Smith and Messrs. Howell Titus, E.n. the shell road, but the. measure' Is gaining fore neon a fish like It. Ho will send Ito a very enjoyable one, and they had somo

PRINTING at this office. Julius Kline, Titusville, Fla. 1'1 Wager, S. (I. Varil.tmlingham; and friends Its opponents have ln'en Dr. Vodder, :St. Augustine, to-day.: excellent fishing. In Banana liver\ they

r The ADVOCATE may be had at ,several other townspeople have been proving too much.It killed a 14ft. alligator, which theynought
and Mrs. Emma Stoppage of Trnfllc on the New
Mreven' drug store to Titusvillo with then lie
stand VIIKN you visit Jacksonville, stop at ,landing a couple of days in Jackson Is undemtood that Mr. Cabot has
iton i news 5c. per copy.In the Carleton hotel Bay sticet. The Cnn I. poke, In high praise of the Fort Pierce
I 'rills this week.
contract with I the Florida East: Coast
sending items or communications electric car from the railway station hotel, and said It was undoubtedly run
will land yon at the Carleton door in -Mr. S. H. Hal>lwl'st'tt left for est'aim Railway to dear, .grade and shell the
the ADVOCATE for publication, multum The Florida Coast Line Canal(: Tranpoitatlou In ilrst-class: style. Mr. Brownfiold said
about six minutes. Beach on Tuesday to take charge 'treets at Mr. KUgler's new town at New to all
pant. Is a good motto to follow. Company purposes stop It was a pleasure to know that there
/ of the hardware stole of Mr. Glen iiver. rattlo through the new canal between

The Misses Albine and Aline Egger To LET, a fine brick store in the Anvo- II Strolim, who bought out the old 1 Ray Messis. A. Cecil Browniigg, Chas. Lake Worth and New River when It lesnines wan such n comfortable and wellkpI.thotelopL'n
I'll pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE CATE block, Titusville. Excellent location work In that section early In Sep during the summer, months
I ]D\y; stock, which ban been shipped to W. Browmjgg and II. B. Brownrlgg, arrived -
had temlH'r. The ADVOCATE'S Lake Worth
afternoon last.Mr Possession may be at 1 : The above party returned north thatweek
"i on Friday
once. Apply to Uobbins & Grahamor 11 he above place. In town front Orlando; on Friday and Bay Biscayne readers are hereby after spending a rouplo of days: at I

Riley, of Palm Beach, who has C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, -We learn that Mr. J. A. England, last and left, next day, for a cruise down given; timely warning. hotel Coquina, Ormond Beach.INTIUTAINMINT..

en spending some days In St. August- Titusville. who went north on his vacation a few Indian River in the yacht Bell.

",I returned to Lake Worth on SaturdayI 'IMEI ARE HUID and you cannot afford weeks ago, will not return here to rc- -Mr. Carl Bieltwlsch, lato of the firm Ail Old Coin. : .

to lose everything. Insure against resume his duties in the Indian River of Feaster & Bicitwlsch, has gone to

Bicycle riding seems to be on the fire, cyclones and accident with II AM. State Band, having obtained a position Vest Palm Beach, where he has opened) George Kulil, of Shiloh, exhibited to The entertainment given at the Opera .

ne.1 little In Titusville, at present. WKIOIIT, of Titusvllle, Fla., rel>!'o- In Utica, N. Y., where his home Is. a meat market. He Informs us that his us the found other day his a silver sister coin, which the bench had lousu, Wednesday evening, was well at-
boon
by on
dung! from the end of the railroad senting, the the Old Liverpool Hartford& London and other A.Gloltt : -Editor E. I). Oslin, of Melbourne, meat will\ be shipped to him by Feaster opposite Shiloh. It Is about the size ofa ended-considering the few people we

i,'k's i the popular fad, just now. leading companies. tf who has been spending nearly a week In & Feaster, La Orange. Mr BreitwUth half dollar, and was evidently coined have In town at pioscnt. It wa under

Mi (Chas. K. Kenyon, writing us .Atlanta, returned home on Saturday.lIe hall bought the business of A. J. Davis. In :Spain. There is no date on It, but, the management Mesdames: J. E.nnonette :.
from an examination, It seems to be a
and W. Craven who woikxl
i,m Long Island, N. Y., says: "The said it rained nearly all the time hew -The Misses Susie and Mary Taylor, coin made some time between the years F. -
M few nights have been cold that I -Miss Aline Egger is spending this l.VIO: and I la I like Trojans to Insure Its success
so as there, and he had very little chanceto of Orlapdo, who have been enjoying of I.MiOaiid : l.rohahlY'llIlte
}v. longed for a draught of Florida's week out at LaGrange. view the Exposition grounds.Mr. themselves at Coronado during the past valuable on account of Its age. The entertainment was evidently amus-

Imy rair," Messis. J. S. Park and Geo. E. Coon, two three weeks have returned home. lug, for the applause was frequent, loud
W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce, or ,
|-Mr. and Mr. G. F. Duren and fam- of Jensen, paid Jacksonville a visit this was in town a short while on Monday, A longer stay at the seaside would have Opened for 'Vor..ltlil. and decllediygenuluo, showing that the
efforts of those who took were
who have been spending a couple of week. and we wero sorry to learn that his made a good swimmer out of Miss Susie. part ap-

|its or so at Melbourne Beach, re- -Mr. Wm. Treutler, of Eau Gallie, daughter, Miss Stella, was still quite Ill. The above ladies wore the guests of Mrs. The new Roman Catholic church In ireclateth We have not space to referto
North" Titusvillo was opened for public each but
separately we
reed to Titusville on Friday last, well has been spending a couple of day In Ve trust she will soon regain her former W. 8. Smith, while at t'oionado.Mr. worship on :Sunday last, the Rev. J. F. that performer all did ,
wellelllecial.Iy -
aced with their Jacksonville' this week. may say very
outing. health and strength O'ioyloletfornhiug' I tlio dedication services
Henry Singleton, of LaGrange, the short
the little ones-considering
.1 K Marvin while handling a -Mr. Jas. T. Sanders, of West Palm :Mrs. II. K. of Jacksonville There was a large attendance of
Ingram, returned home this week on a short vist our townspeople, who listened with lino they had boon rehonising.
solver on the front porch of his reslf Beach, has been spending! a couple of who has been on a short visit to her He Is engaged In the sugar business marked attention to the rev gintleman'sable The first piece on the programme wa

f nee at West Palm Beach, Thursday lays In Jacksonville this week. friend, Mrs. Roswell Coleman, left for at Hajrtl, San Domingo. lie says he discourse. The church will Im a quartette, Song of Niagara, by Mr. J.E. .
?;ht was accidently shot In the left leg returned from Jacksonville West Palm Beach more fully .lcclh-ate.llater In tho season
-Mr. II. T. Titus Monday on a short likes It very much In that West Indie Lanouette, Miss Alblne Egger and
Father
when
O'Boyle can get mare as
Oft! the knee. The wound is a painful on Wednesday. He had been business trip. Mrs. Ingram Is about to Island, and wIIlI.robablylea"e here next sistance.A iIcKurs, F. A. Morgan and C. H. Walton.

e but not serious. siting: his sick wife\ who .U now on the publish a new guide to Florida. Tuesday for New York, en route to Then followed a musical selection by

file lengthy editorial I III not popular. rapid road to recovery.All -The german at the Coquina last laytl.. San Domingo Is a Mack republic New Manager for CanaveralClub. ilesdiinieM 1C. W. Rhodes, R. Colemau

| it the pungent paragraph which is the election returns for bonds Saturday night was a most enjoyableaffair but there are a number white 1>eO- arid Dr. F. W. Craven, and the remainderof

.Id Just so with the pulpit.-it is then from the outlying districts have been the dancing continuing until 12 pIe residing on the Island, engaged the the programme wa a* follow Reclation -
At meeting of the executive ml t-
a
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sermon that takes. In other received. Out of over 1, >00 votes, only o'clock, when refreshment were served cultivation of sugar. tee of Canaveral Club, held In Boston, Miss Kate Prltchard; Vocal solo,

''rda. it is the pulpit paragrapher who one was recorded against bonds.-Key For a good time there I I. no place on the -Mr. Llonal Jacobs ha just returned Ur. Geo. W. Morton, a notary public, of little Miss Ruth Woodward; Violin solo

moat popular.-Washington Post West Advertiser.The last Coast like the Coqulna.-Gazette- from a sojourn of two week In the Canaveral, wall ap|>olnted manager, rice Mi*. K. W. Rhode; Doll song, In character -

-Mmsie Kittle McDonald, after a very following deed of sale was News Ancient City of St. Augustine, having Mr. Dorr, ,resigned.a gentleman Mr. Morton..t ability Is,, and undoubtedly by the little Misses Ray, Wilson

iiasant visit of a week or so with recorded in the county clerk' office, -Mr. and Mr. Geo. M. Robblna left undergone an operation for the removalof we have no doubt he will fill this place to Stella Budge, Clara Eaton and Ruth

f,end m St. Augustine, returned home Jacksonville, on Tuesday morning: F. here on Saturday last en route to Boston, cataract In his right eye which was the satisfaction of the memlx-rn. He Is Voodward.Following.

Palm Beach on Saturday last. She I P. Fleming, master In chancery, to E. L. Mass. ; Bath Me., and other northern totally blind. Ur. Worley, who Is sur- well known In thlsmMtlon, anti his many thl wa a Tableaux:, "Yer

formed our representative that the Brady, all of that parcel of land lying In cities. They will probably be away a geon-ln-cbief of the East Coast Line, friends'> are as pleased manager I; to of hear the club.of his ajnolntment .> No," In which the participant were

athei was very warm In the Ancient Duval county, and known. the Jolly month. Mr. Bobbins will attend the wait the operator, and successfully removed I Mrs. F. W. Craven and Mr. H. C. Budge

['tie conclave of the cataract. Mr. Jacobs Then came a Pianoforte solo by Mia
Field tract. Consideration, 11,500. grand Freemason while In say Full From n Ill(', de.

-When a man U drowning a line often -J. E. Ingraham arrived from below ioston.[ he can once more see the light of day, Ethel: Rumph; Recitation Mr. A. W.

vet bira Similarly, when merchant' Thursday, and spent Friday here. lIe -The West Palm Beach Gazetteersays and that he did not suffer single twingeof Mr. Louis A. Ura.IYlDet with a painful Sweet; Cornet solo, I>r, W. F. Craven;
i pain during or after the operation- accident last night lIe Pianoforte duet, the little Misses Kay
ads Thursday
a at a very low ebb a line In a report great progress in South Dade. : Dr. M. D. L. Dodson will per-
Jacksonville Metropolis was riding\ hi* bicycle rather rapidly Female quartette, the little Misses Ray,
dely-read paper U often the first The town of Fort Lauderdale will soon manently establish his dental office here along Palm street, and when opposite

"M toward business revival Don't be platted, and the town of Miami will within about ten day. It auto says: -Judge M. ti. Jones, Dr. W. S. Graham tin. residence of Mr. S. II. Ray, he ran Wilson, Eaton and Ruth Woodward;

it 1 to place your ad. in the ADVOCATE. Se surveyed. The site for this I I. at the : One nun quit taking the Gazetteer last County Surveyor Burchfiel and over a dog. Mr. Brady wa thrown violently Tableaux, the "New Woman," Me***.

Th* excursion from West Palm mouth of the Miami river, It passing week, but he only anticipated us one Messrs. J. Mendel and Tom Johnson left to the ground, and badly bruised Morgan, Prltchard Budge and Miss Kate
his arm and other part of his body, and
1'rltchard Selection Dr. Craven
each and intermediate points, over the through the center. Mr. Brickel gave week, a* his name wa to have been here on Tuesday, to attend to some which caused) him to be confined to this ;

aglet Railway, to Jacksonville wa 6(10 acres and Mrs. Tuttle gave a like crossed out for non-payment right-of-way business for the Flagler house a couple of day, Mr*. Brady wa Meitdanies' Rhode and Coleman; Sir
,
lrl In the neighborhood of Fort about to take to but Roger de Coverly, M **r*. Wm. M.
) well patronized For- amount on her side.-West Palm Beach -There will be service, morning and Railway just a trip Boston
on Monday. accident her husband B. Pritcbard C. II. Walton and
the to prevented Brown
Pierce.
They are now at Jensen. All
vna boarded Gazetteer. at St. Gabriel' church .
the train at Titu.vllle. evening, Taus.vole her leaving town. It I I. fortunate the) Injuries J. A. Happentette; Pianoforte solo, MU
the j., T. A K.V.. train, twenty According to the report of Mr. Wm. on Sunday next by Archdeacon B. the party, except: Judge Jones, are expected received were not more serious
Recitation Mr.
Ethel humph; A. W.
acted for Jacksonville.are M. Brown, Capt. R. P. Paddison ha nol F. Brown. Communion will be cele- to return to Titusvllle to-morrow.
The Judge, however, will spend<< Sunday ; Sweet; Tableaux:, "Parting of Ruth and
walk the floor and brated at the
are In yet forgotten how to morning service. This will A Narrow lst'atte. "
receipt of letter from Miss AlMnu : Mrs.
with Mr. Paine and Naomi, Egger, Craven -
James at St. Lude,
.tnford and ing "Ilush-a-bye." It seems the captain be the last time Mr. Brown will\ preach
'011 1<, the DeLand, drawing our atten- had charge of his two grandchildren before his departure on his vacation. lie will take a run out to Fort Drum early Lart Friday night, while Mr. J. E. and a colored girl; and last but not
high price charged by hack. next week Ingraham wa on his way to New RiverIn leant, a great Ethiopian sketch, In which
,ell ho last Saturday night, and when Mr. Brown expect to be gone nearly two month.
ply between New Smyrna and the) naphtha launch Kathleen the Messr Brown Brady, Morgan Happer
I "radl', It i* stated that they charge retired to hi virtuous couch at a late and will\ attend the General Trl- nnla "You can always judge a $own by naphtha tank exploded and Mr. Ingra utte, Prltchard and ieo. humph took

"'n Inn, the abort hour, after an unusually vigorous and Council of the Protestant church of the its newspapers," say the Chicago Inter- ham, who wa standing directly over It, part.
hack ride than the
*. rind effort at band practice, he United State, which convene In Minneapolis Ocean. "Never buy town lot where a wa thrown head foremost Into the< Mr. Russell Coleman kindly presidedat
companies; and, consequently, i II prolonged canal but wa not Injured any more the piano throughout the evening.
'tk" curtain of the Paddison resl early In October, and will remain half-starved newspaper I I. published
igalnu: New Smyrna and Corond says the than receiving a thorough shaking up. The admission wa only 14 cents but
,j "> will cause people to to otheia deuce were drawn down low; but the In session several weeks. The reverend Newspapers these day are a necessity, The boat wa built for Flagler some small a* It wa, It brought lu the sum of

< ..iJ* resort go captain could be plainly discerned pacing gentleman I I. a delegate to the Genera not a luxury.: They are so cheap that year and when the present work $1100, from which the net sum of
r) h, The hackmen should and his persuasive voice float- Council from Florida. We trust ha will the poorest man can have them, unlesshe below Palm Beach wa begun wa refiU't 112.00 will go toward defraying the
remedy this grievance and draw., the floor U running a bill at a saloon. It matter for lograbam' UM, and tli. expense of Archdeacon 11. F. Brown'
_'I' the people to their town they po* ed sweetly on the night air, and lulled enjoy his vacation, and come back recuperated not how many other he may take, name changed to Kathleen after Mr. attendance at the General Trl-ennUl
dream In which his and ready to take his work be should honest his llttlo Council of the Protestant chhurch of the
B' an.peclally during them, Mr. B. to pleasant t up give an support to Ingraham' daughter.: -St. Augustine
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LOCAL NEWS, llend<< This Column Carefully.<< -Mr. C. O. Blyth, of West Palm -Col. I). I,. gulden" left for West -M. If. I.. Murphy( a popular Insurance lllcjclfl Ua4'M.

Id Topic of General Interest THE EAOI.E leach, has boon spending a couple of I aim Beach on Wednesday." agent has been In town all this
CIOTHIXO
ADVOCATE block Titusville STORK, are In the the lays In town.A -Mrs. A. W. Sweet Is again/ In town, week In the Jacksonville bicycle races, on .

LIT and General Gomlp In connectionlib I loading clothiers on the East Const of runaway horse and wagon! was after a pleasant visit to friends at Eau -Dr. M. D. L. Dodson and danghtC'rpAAa1 Tuesday, Mr. Dunham foxettcr, of Husvillo -
BI.cnrr.lta7. Lake Worth. Indian,, Florida. Give them a trial. one of the excitements made a good record. He won
streets > theirray
on our through here yesterday, on
nine and Hallfa Rivers. Key WmtLl I Gallle.Mr. the gold medal In the one-mile novice
other Important Point along theLt last Saturday.If E. I.. Brady left for West Palm to Jacksonville,
ell : to See ace; came In third In the one-mile
stop. list of hotels hOYI'rare
C....t of EvenU Florida.from Brief Various mention Part of*; our 7th page. on you feel tired and weary, try to teach yesterday. He expects to return -Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Net Ins, who have under 17 yearsprize, one dozen
tereatlnt
o-morrow.
J the World| About People Ton Know recuperate by spending a few dajs at been "Iencllnlf' several weeks at beg photos ; and In the three-mile handicap j

.1 Id People Yon Don't Know Picked, Dram blanks 10c. each ; 3.00 per 100, at the seaside. See railway and hotel\ rates -Mr. Glen Mrohm" coma up from b reeze, expert to return to Merrltt to- he came In second winning a set of Ak- ,
the
p by Our Society Editor and a tarlte.tan ADVOCATE office. on> 6th and 7th pages. Vest Palm Beach on Tuesday, and 1 lay.. run Tire ('0.1' racing/ tires.

I J CoiwpondenU Coast "f Florida.JT Mattered. along the I roB first class shoemaking/ repairing -Mr. Geo. F. Miles, manager of the topped over a couple of d\'II.: -Miss Annie Paddtson left heir, I\

".t call on J. A. Daughtery at Mr. Nolle's E. C. L. C. A: T. Co., has been down on -Arthur Biown, one of the ADVOCATE cittrtday for Eau; Gallic, where she A Midriff IteNlgnx. {

old stand Tituxvllle }'Ia.. few River this week examining the staff, ban been enjoying n tineo days I expects to remain with her biotheritr. -
ATf Sheriff Dodge of Dade has
G V 0( work done by the dredges.Mr. holiday In .larksomllle this week.Mrs. [ Geo. F. l'alhUI\n-for aliout a / county
i A I'mcKLY heat powder atClIAFFFK month resigned./ Bro Gardner: of the Gazet-
1 A ('...'A.Titullvllle F. T. Budge who has been to Howell Titus, who has been tear, began/ A campaign/ against the re- t

Fll.VK ; few York and other northern cities I In attending! to her sick sister-in-law, In -, tr. A. Hadley, who delivers Ice for tiring/ Ulcer a few months ago and pro- j i ti

1 1t the Interest of the TltusUlle\ Itinsli FacWry J larksonvillo, returned to Titu >'tlo! on the Indian River Ice company, had the erred charges against him. This Is
,
1 \\Jif ;:ls1l suit now an have approved money real to estate loan In security.sums to returned home on Monday.If tVcdnosday> misfortune of a :KMb.( rake of Ice falling probably, one of the causes leading (10 I Ithe i

Send In your applications. Robbins: anybody has told you that Fort -Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Schnjler and 1 ()n his foot maidilng: It badly and break- resignation of Sheriff Dodge but not

iialiam, Co.'APIITHA Place Is against the shell road, just family, who have been spending the l ng some teepee In his taw the solo cause. It Is claimed at least one ,

>...., nr ten him, her It, or them 'taint 10.n. .- s miner at Seabrccro, have returned( tondl -Senator M. S. Quay: \\ 111I1101't1y\ arrive other county official will tender his re-

\\, : LAI'>CIIFK. A. T. Hone, Mel Pierce coo, in jlorlda Star an oU. at his St. Lucia homo, to enjoy Igimllon very shoitly.Killed ,

I \. (. kind bourne of, steam Indian or River naphtha, will launch build any sailor -Mr. R. W. Rhodes left town, Tues- Thirteen (coaches fl1Ic'cllth pass few weeks' tarpon fishing./ The Scna- I

/" !:A'. .I' row boat to order. Write him for day! for :New lurk Boston and other tigers, ailived in Jacksonville Tuesday or's many Indian River friends nio { a 14ft. A1II utlr. I

ill'1 (') estimates. northern cities for the purpose of pur- iver the Flagler hallway The majority always glad to see him down on the
Mr. It. I.. Brownileld and his two sons,
basing large stock of went to the \ E;ast Coast.
fashionable fall i see blcyde mesaMrs.
( \ [oNKV. We want money to loan on first H. L. and Rex Brownfleld of Philadel-
mil Inter .
I goods.Mr.
real estate moitgagcs. Ton percent Mudge, of Sanford accom- A Strungo I'NIi! Caught. >hla, and Mr. S. B. Holbiook of Chic-
free of all expenses to lender. GauldenA M. E. Gruber spent from Satin panted by her thl'c'e:children arrived I In ago who left Titusville for Eden last

r. / Beach Sanders Florida.VK Titus\lllo. and West Palm day until Monday morning with his town on Tuesday, on a flair of a week Capt. J. n.Smith'/ llsheimcn caught Saturday week, hired the yacht Yankee

\ family In Tltus\llle. Ho Is still\ stationed; o r so with her slitter, Mrs. J. E. Lanouetto. a> large, fttiaiigo-looklng fish, Wednesday oodle, and had a delightful sailing

didn't do a thing but wheel shoes at Fort Pieice. His many friends are light, In Indian River, which ho says rip on Indian and Banana rivers. air

away In baby carl'lagelllallt week. Expect always glad to ice him In town. -Ankona coiiespondent In Star says: looks like a sea-serpent. In'all his tUhng S i. F, Gray of this place accompanied

too/ to Europe this week to -Mr. and Mrs Fred S. Chaffee, Capt. There Is still some vitriolic opposition\ to h expl'l'lc'll'o the captain has never be- them, Mr. Browntlcld said 1 the trip was

JOB PRINTING at this office. count Julius Kline our money.Titusville Regards Fla.ViikV to all. Joe Smith and Messrs. How ell Titus E. the shell road but the measure Is gain 010 seen a tlsh like It. Ho will\ send 1 Ito a very enjoyable one, and they had some

f The ADVOCATE may be had at B. Wager S. (}. Vanlamlingham and ; l Inlt friends. Its opponents have been Dr. Vedder, St. Augustine to-day. xcellont fishing In Banana river they

:Screven's: drug/ store and Mrs. Emma everal other townspeople have been roving too much. killed a 14ft. alligator/ which they

tun' news stand 5c. per copy.In the Carleton you visit hotel Jacksonville, Bay street.stop The at ending] a couple of days In Jackson -It Is undeutood that Mr. Cabot has Stoppage of Truffle on the Nest brought to Titusvlllo with them He

sending items or communicationsthe electric car from the railway station villa\ this week. a contract with the Florida East: Const Cannl. poke; In high pialso of the Fort Pierce

ADVOCATE for publication multum will land you at the Carleton door In -Mr. S. II. Ilappeisctt left for West Railway to clear, grade and shell thetreets h otel, and said It was undoubtedly run

.arm, ts a good motto to follow. about six minutes Palm Beach on Tuesday to take charge s at Mr. Flagler's new town at New 'The Florida Coast Line Canal Transportatiau In llnt-elaxe style. Mr. Biownfleld said
Company to all]1
of> the hardware store of Mr. Glen Ivor. traffic purposes stop It was a pleasure to know that there
the
The Misses through canal between
Albine and Aline Eggerre new
To LET a fine brick store the ADVOCATE
in itrohm who bought out the old LMessrs. Worth and New was such a comfortable and well-kept
pleasant callers at the ADVOCATELI block Titusvllle. Excellent lo Ray A. Cecil Browiuigg Chits, River when It r e-
on Friday afternoon last. cation Possession may be had at n ay stock which has been shipped to W. Browniigg and 11 B. Brownrigg, arrived sums+ work In that section early In /Sep hotel open during the summer months,
once. Apply to Robbins & Graham the above place In town from Orlando temlier. The ADVOCATE'S Lake Worth: The above party returned north thisweek
Mr Riley, of Palm who hasn on Friday and Bay Biscayno readers aN hereby
Beach
tl or C. 11. Walton, ADVOCATE office, -We learn that Mr. J. A. England last and left, next day, for a cruise dow r given; timely warning. after spending a couple of days at
In
spending some days St. August- Titusville.VHFRE .
returned to Lake Worth on Saturdayt who went north on his vacation a few Indian River in the yacht lath Hotel Coquina, Ormond Beach.INTIUTAINMINT..

t t TnuM: ARE IIIRD and you cannot affordto weeks ago will\ not return ]here to re- -Mr. Carl BieltwUch, late of the firm I An Old Coin.

lose everything. Insure against csume his duties In the Indian River of> Feaster A BicitwlNrh has to : .

-Bicycle little riding seems to be on the lire cyclones and accident with HALL State Band having obtained a positionn West Palm Beach, where he has guru opened] George Kuhl, of Shiloh exhibited to The entertainment given at the Opera
net In
at of Fla.
Titusville present WIIIOIIT Titusville reps Utica N. Y., where his home Is. ace the other day a silver coin, which had 1
,lung from the end of the railroad renting the Liverpool A London A. a meat market. He Informs us that bin buen found by his sister on the "beach louse, Wednesday evening "'allell at- ,

t 'k"i the popular fad, just now Globe, the Old<< Haitford and other Editor; E.: 1>. Oslin of Melbourne t meat will bo shipped to him by FoanterA. I opposite Shiloh. It Is about the size of ended-considering the few people we

Mi leading companies. tf who has been spending, nearly a week i In : Feaster I.a Grange. Mr Breitwlsch a half dollar and was evidently coined 1 IIIve lu town at pi'uncut. It was under
;
'has K. Kenyon writing us Atlanta, returned home on Saturday has bought the business of A. J. Davis. In Spain. There Is no date on It, but, the management of Memlumes J. K.
ro Long Island( N. Y., : "The from an examination It
says seems to be
a
He said It rained nearly all the time h eThe Misses Susie .anonetto and F. W. Craven who woik-
and
,t few nights have been so cold that I -Miss Aline Egger is spending this Mary Taylor, coin made some time between the years
VI lunged for a draught of Florida'sray week out at LaGrange was there and he had very little chance of Orlando, who have lieen, enjoying of I.ViOand I'M and Is probably quite l,1 like Trojans to Insure Its success

," to view the Exposition grounds. themselves at Coronado during the pant valuable on account of Its nge. The entertainment was evidently amur.ug .
air Messrs. J. S. Park and Goo. E. Coon
-Mr. W. J. Tucker, of Fort Pierce two or three weeks, have returned home h for the applause. was frequent loud
Mr, and Mrs. G. F. Duren and tam of Jensen paid Jacksonville a visit this
who have been week. was In town a short while on Monday, A longer stay at the seaside<< would have Opened for lYurN61p. : and decidedly genuine showing/ that the
of
spending a couple and we were sorry to learn that his made a good swimmer out of Miss Susie ffoits of those who took part were air

cb or so at Melbourne Beach re- -Mr. Wm. Treutler, of Eau Gallia daughter Miss Stella was still mite 111. The above ladies were the guests of Mrs The new Roman Catholic church I In '>roclat dWe have not space to refer

rued to Titusville on Friday last, well has been spending a couple of days In Ve trust she will\ soon regain her former W. S. Smith while at Coionado. North Titusville wan opened for public to each l>former sepaiately, but we
ased with their outing. Jacksonville this week. worship on Sunday last, the Item J. F.
health and that all did
well
strength.Mrs. may say very -especialy -
-Mr. Henry Singleton of O'iloyle forming the dedication ser
-.1' LaGrange
K Marvin while handling a -Mr. Jas. T. Sanders of West Palm the nttle the
II. K. Ingram of Jacksonville returned home this week vices 1 here was a largo attendance<< of ones--counideiIng abort
solver on the front porch of his resl- Beach, has been spending! a couple of who has been on a short visit to berf'lend. i He Is engaged In the ou a short vlst our townspeople, who listened with" time they had been rehearsing.
nee at West Palm Beach Thursday days In Jacksonville this week. Mrs. Roswell sugar businesst iiHiked attention to the rev, gentleman's The first piece on the programme was
Coleman left for
Hajrtl San Domingo. He able discourse. The
i-lit says he church will bu
eve the accidently shot in the left leg -Mr. II. T. Titus returned from Jack- West Palm Beach Monday on a short likes It very much In that West Indie more fully dedicated later In the season a quartette Song of Niagara by Mrs. J.E. .

e but knee. The wound Is a painful ion villa on Wednesday. lIe had beenvsltinjt b mslness trip. Mrs. Ingram Is about to i land, and will probably leave here next when Father O'lioyle. can get irate as Lanouette, Miss Albino Egger: and

not serious. : his sick wife who .Is now on the mblish a new guide to Florida Tuesday for Now YOlk, en route tolaytl. sistance. Messy. F. A. Morgan and C. ii. Walton.
rile lengthy editorial Is road to Then followed a inimical selection
not rapid by
popular. recovery. -The gorman at the Coquina last San Domingo Is a black repubIc A New 3Iaiia <*r for Caiin\trnl 1
It the pungent paragraph which I.Ld i Is -All the election returns for bonds losdanies( R. W. Rhodes, K. Colemau
:Saturday night was a most enjoyable but there are a number of white peo-
Club.
Just/ so with the pulpit-It is then from the districts have beenreceived. and Ur. F. W. Craven and the remainder
outlying I affair the dancing continuing until 12 pIe residing on the Island, engaged In the
sermon that takes. In other Out of 1 < 00 when At of of the programme was as follows: Reelatlon -
over > votes only I o'clock refreshments were served. cultivation of sugar a meeting the executive coinmit-
1''rdl it is the pulpit paragrapher who one was recorded against bonds.-Key For a good time there Is no place on tin Start -Mr. Llonal Jacobs hu tee: Canaveral Club held In Boston, Miss Kate Prltchard ; Vocal solo,
moat popular.-Washington( Post West Advertiser. : Coast like the just returned Mr. G<*>. W. Morton a notar'lublie. of little Miss Ruth Woodward; Violin solo,
Klulna.GazettoS'ewi. from a sojourn of two weeks in the Canaveral was appointed itrr
manager Mrs. K. W. Rhodes Doll In character
iiasie

; song/ ,
Kittle McDonald, after a ver yThe following deed of sale was :N Ancient City of St. Augustine having Mr. Dorr, resigned. Mr. Moitou Is, undoubtedly .
V asant visit of a week or so with recorded in the county clerk's office -Mr. and Mrs Goo M. Itobblna left undergone an operation for the removal a gentleman ..f ability, and by the little MUses Ray Wilson
end* m St. we have no doubt he will till the 1lacII to Stella Budge Clara Eaton and Ruth
Augustine returned home Jacksonville on Tuesday morning: F. I here on Saturday last en route to Boston of cataract In his right which
I Palm eye was the satisfaction of the meinlH-rs, lie i ir. Is iVoodward.Following.
Beach on Saturday last. SheIformed n. Fleming master in chancery to E. L. :glass Bath Me. and other blind. Dr.
; northern totally Worley who Is ru well known In this section; and his many this was a Tableaux "Yesr
our representative that the Brady all of that parcel of land lying I In I cities. They will\ probably be away a geoQ-lp-cbiel of the East Coast Line friends are ploaiwd I to hear of his ap- No In which the
atlie. was very warm In the Ancientrtlt Duval county and known as the Jolly I month. Mr. Robbins 11'11attend\ the was the operator and tointmcnt[ as manager of the club. participants were
successfully
removed
+ Mrs. F. W. Craven and Mr. H. C. Budge.
field tract. Consideration 11,500. grand conclave of Freemasons the
I while In cataract. Mr. Jacobs
sayscan Fall From n Illcjcle.Mr. Then came a Pianoforte solo by MissEthel
-TVhen a man is drowning a line often -J. E. Ingraham arrived from below ioston.I[ he once more see the light of day
-- Humph; Recitation Mrs. A. W.
ree4im. Similarly when merchant's e Thursday and spent Friday here. He -The West Palm Beach Gazetteer and that he did not suffer a single twingeof
Cornet solo
ale I Louis A. Brady. met with a painful Sweet; Dr. W. F. Craven;
'dely-read i' at a very low ebb a line in a reports great progress in South Dade. I says: Dr. M. D. L. Dodson will\ permanently pain during after the operatloi- accident last Thursday night. He Pianoforte duet the little Misses Ray

paper is often the Aratcana The town of Fort Lauderdale will soon I establish his dental office here Jacksonville Metropolis. was riding his bicycle rather rapidly\ female quartette the little Misses Ray,

'lite' toward business revival Don't' be platted and the town of Miami will within about ten days It also says: -Judge M. 8. Jones Dr. W. S. Graham along the residence Palm street of and when opposite Wilson Eaton and Ruth Woodward;

> place your ad. in the ADVOCATE.Th be surveyed. The site for this is at the I One man quit taking the Gazetteer last County Surveyor Burchflel and over a lag Mr. Brady Mr. S was. H.thrown Ray he violently ran Tableaux, the "New Woman" Me.....

'" excursion from West Palm mouth of the Miami river It passing week but he only anticipated us one Messrs. J. Mendel and Tom Johnson left to the fround. and badly bruised !Morgan Vrltchard Budge and Miss Kate

each and intermediate points, over the through the center. Mr. Brickel gavewo week as his name was to have been here on Tuesday, to attend to some bis arm parts of him body, I'rltebard; Selection Dr. Craven and

glei Railway, to Jacksonville was ( acres and Mrs Tuttle gave a likBead e I crossed out for nonpaymentThere right-of-way business for the Flagler which caused him to be confined to tin tl Mesdames Rhodes and Coleman Sir
;
Irl house a couple of days. Mrs. Brady...
well\ patronized on Monday. For- amount on her side.-West Palm will be service morning and Railway In the neighborhood of Fort just about to take a trip to Boston, but linger de Coverly, Messrs. Wm. II.

ode> boarded the train at Titusville. Gazetteer. I evening at St. Gabriel's church Tibet.. Pierce. They are now at Jensen. All the accident to her husband prevented Brown, B. Pritcbard C. II. Walton arut

G tb"* J., T. A: K. W. train, twenty -According to the report of )lr. Wm. 'rifle on Sunday next by Archdeacon B. the party except Judge Jones, are expected her leaving town. It II fortunate the InJurl.,1 J. A. Happersette; Pianoforte solo, MU

aced for Jacksonville. M. Brown Capt. It. P. Paddlson has not F. Brown Communion will be celebrated to return to Titusville tomorrow received were not more serious. Ethel Humph; Recitation Mrs. A, W.

"ITt are in receipt of letters from yet forgotten how to walk the floor and at the morning service. This will\ The Judge however will\ spend Sunday Sweet; Tableaux "Parting of Ruth gad

word, and DeLand drawing our atten- sing "Hush-a-bye." It seems the cap- 1 1i be the but time Mr. Brown will preach with )I r. James Paine, at St Lurle, and A Narrow l':nt-nite. Naomi," Miss AlbIn. Egger, Mrs. Craven :

')r. K, the high prices charged by bee](. i tale bad charge of his two grandchildren 'before his departure on his vacation. He will\ take a run out to Fort Drum early Last Friday night while fir J. E and a colored girl; and last but not

et e*". ply between New Smyrna and last Saturday night and when Mr. Browe I expects to be gone nearly two monthl.Ind : next week. Ingraham was on his. way to New River least a great Ethiopian sketch In which

"''Eadc, It u stated that they charge retired to bis virtuous couch at ,i will attend the General Trl-ennia! "You can always judge a fown bl in the naphtha launch Kathleen, the. Messrs. Brown, Brady Morgan Uapiersutte -
1ft naphtha tank exploded and Mr. lag.. ,, Pi I tthard and took
'ion the | after an unusually vigorous and I Council of the Geo Kuiuph
short back ride than the hour Protestant church of the Its newspapers, says the Chicago InterOcoan. ham who was standing directly over It. part
1,; r' m companies; and consequently, I U prolonged effort at band practice be 1 United States, which convenes In Minneapolis "Never buy town lots where a was thrown head foremost into the Mrs. Roswell Coleman kindly presided

'rk. gainst: : New Smyrna and Coronod says the curtains of the Paddison resti I early la October, and will remainIn bslt-rtatred uew.p"jr is pnGhahud canal, but was not Injured any more at the piano throughout the evening.

t' ,' will cause people to go to other dence were drawn down low; but the I I session several week. The revere Newspapers these days are a necessity, than receiving a thorough shaking u p. The admission was only I 14 vents but

aiI Ws reverts The backmen should[ captain could be plainly discerned pacing ,j gentleman Is a delegate to the Genera not a luxury. They are so cheap thai The boat ago was and built when for the flaglrr present someyears work small 1100.as It from was,which It brought the In net the sum sum offl2.UO of

f '" remedy this grievance and draw the floor and bis persuasive voice float-I(Council from Florida. We trust be will the poorest man can have them, unless below Palm Beach was begun was re will go towards defraying thee

," .br people to their town posn ed sweetly on the night air, and lulled i iae enjoy lib vacation, and come back recuperated he is running a bill at a saloon. It mat fitted for Ingrabam's UHf and ti expenses of Archdeacon B. F. Brown'

men' specially theyt Mr. B. to pleasant dreams in which bis ; and ready to take up bis work be ten should not how many honest others he may take, name changed to Kathleen after Mr. attendance at the General Tri-ennlal
give an
"uen money so hard to obtain. own little ones figured prominently. with renewed rigor. boras support to bis Ingraharo's little daughter.-St. Aug ue- Council of the Protestant chhurch of the
paper. tine Herald. United State at Minneapolis.fUI .













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i g INDIAN iRIVtER ADVOCATE AUGUST 30, 1895 .



Up In the White 3Ioiintalns. may be found during the summer Clyde Steamship Co]

months, and the following I I. a short

f Nervous The Dostoo Times ha the following report of their parade

ab ut Mount Pleasant House and our "Two couches. represented the Crawford .*

People should realize that the ontrne genial friend, Messrs. Anderson Ag House; both were decorated alike In
and permanent care red sod white. Five hundred yards of
condition I Is to t* found In ota Price of Ortnood: red and white ribbon covered the entire

"The past week has been a meet coach and these ribbons were festoonedIn

1 tl Pure Blood deligbtfulone at.theWhiteMountains, Marionette bow. The trappings of d
the horse covered with ribbon
were
and especially (&AO at the new Mount
Because the health of every organ an I and rosettes." The decoration were
tissue of the body depends upon tl Pleasant,House, Which ha been tilled planned and carried out by Mr. 1) L.

i purity of the blood. The whole world with a pleasant company of guest. Crawford, of New York, Assisted by the

knows the standard blood purifier IiI' I Tbe new road to the base of Mount young ladies of the house The curtainsof
Washlngtonlha been used extensively! the coach were very elaborate and
eallod forth much admiration The
and the ride I II becoming especially pop- coach drawn six handsome
Hood'sSarsaparilla wa by bays York Charleston and Florida
liar, A large number of trout have On one coach were twelve young ladies<< New Lint(.

been taken from the Amnnooale duringthe dressed In red and white. They were:

t :i week by guest of the Mount Pleasant Brookline MIN Lounsbury; Mtas,C.Miss L. Marsh H Lounsbury, Mrs Baldwin of- and especially! naming mother MOTHERS, nee cJ The magnificent Steamships of this Line area

lloflne who report that the supply of Chicago; Mrs Breed, Miss Coffin, the strengthening support and helF I

And therefore It Is the only tree and seems to he adequate for all demand of Lynn; Miss Hurt, Miss lioderbuig, that comes with Dr. Pierce's Favorite pointed to sail as follows :

t j a reliable medicine for nervous people, Messr Anderson .tJ'rlcfl, the Manage Miss hutro, Mr*. Patterson, of New Prescription. It lessens th e Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways
York of
Miss Doremcus
Brooklyn
;
i It makes tbe blood and of the house, are making arrangements ; of
healthy and burdens
pure Miss Van Vostrand, Miss Maker, Miss pains child-bearing r, ( TA DAaD TIMB.) '
i and thus ores nervomness, makes to offer September tourist spedal rate Pratt, of Boston. On the other coach, insures healthy, vigorous offspring ,, FrnrRwtork,
IfUJ the nerve firm and strong fives iwee t t Inducements visit the house (t'Ier2e. E. n.) STEAMER Charlestuagl\1'
to new dressed In duck suits and red ties, were: and promotes an abundant secretio '
I RoclrOIS. .
sleep, mental vigor, a good appetite,, and will be glad to enter Into corre. Messm Crawford,I.ajiham, butro, Sctyre, of nourishment on the part of th Tuealay, July 3, lit d On p m m. CHEROKEE ..pun, Allyay Ant; "! '

perfect dlgeftlon. It don all this, and pondence with all those who expect to Matthews, of New York; Underwood, of mother. It is an invigorating tonic Frldav Ag. ;; :: 3.00: : rn..PE11i\iH.E: : : Thursday:: .
cures Scrofula Eczema or Salt Rheum Belmont O'Biien, Klncaide, iFlnney, of Tuesday, 8.lsu ear..'''. iltiHfFOIS.Sunday: : I u :
the ; :: : : : t AIenNQt'l,: :.Tbunlag. : : r
visit the White Mountains during made especially for women n 800 m itTuee
Boston, Bartlett Clough Breed, of perfectly Frida' ,,,
.
,
and blood diseases .
,) all other because 11 ,tar. i 1:1.: at 8.to' i' m. CH..ltOK..t; .flllndav, I II
MakesPure next eight weeks" Lynn; C. Men 111, of Clan-ford's, and harmless in any conditioof I .. ItI, at LOS( p III.... IRteI'nltt Thursday
of Those the TII..la.v .. 21 1 at 8.t.i III AUIO-illt'l-
Mulligan: Springfteld young female system, as it regulates FrIlav' .. 1:1'at 8Aa I' IU .!\I\XIII.E.: Thnrtlay,
people kept things lively by giving the and promotes all the natural Monday. .. :iM;: at 8.t.'I'I' In CHEUIIha.E Sunday, lIel" I
; Blood For Good KoiuN. well known yell: functions and conflicts wit h Wednesday. 2M, at 8.00 p arr.... 1Riaft'nBl! Tuesday. ". to
never .. ,,
ALUUSIltJY.: : .Thun" ',
'Veil Yell I Yell Friday. 30. at 3.00 p m. ) "? "

Itesults proTaj word w* hav If- e.ld. nlve3 voluntary testimonials Crawford, C ravt'ford The Prescription" builds up,
fully establish the set tha'Hood's of our editorial on the road questionsays Well Well! Well !!i' strengthens, and cares In all the Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Line!

Ii Sartajyarilla : "The home ,people of Ilrevart There were also coaches from the chrome weaknesses and disorder

i county should be unanimous for bonds Fabian, Maple wood and other hotels, that afflict women, it is guaranteed For the present and until further notice, Steamer "YE IAS EE I. ntesj.

The projected road would be of greater which made the coaching parade a to benefit or cure, or the money; to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from I'hnrlut"

benefit to them than It could possibly be grand success throughout is refunded. Philadelphia, Sunday Close connection is made at Charleston with 1

1 *.' ;} Be Sure Cures t to corporations and non-iiiesidents 11 Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida ,,.? |

f to Get Hood's they could secure an article for 20 cent Vacation Time For every case of Catarrh which Also.riiihdelphia; and interior points via! Philadelphia.

that I la worth $1 then to borrow that 20
tr the of
*I -SB eat better, sleep better an d they cannot cure, proprietors
I em better in every way sine taking cents, If need be, would be wise They Is at hand and is !gladly welcomed by; Dr Sage's Catarrh Remedy agreeto

? ;t Hood's Harsaparllfa" C. C. .DAVIS C need the road, and the,benefit that they all, especially those whose duties in life tSOO in cash. You're cured St. Johns River Line.
have caused them to downtheir pay
a ," Box 62S, Sauna, Kan. greatly run
\' would derive front it would more than system to meet the requirement, by its mild, soothing, cleansing, and

.. Mood's Pill cur all liver Ills, oonntlpa.. pay the Interest on the small amount of physical and mental forced upon them healing properties, or you're paid

*on,blUouiDisi,tick headache indlgesUuet .Ka,,, money borrowed to secure It. The tax With these and others, it is important For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points c'|

whether at home, at the seashore or lathe
In Brevard ha been assessed for
t Free and county country, that some thought be given : Over $30,000,000 are spent in main the St. Johns River.5tocL2210I' .
this year. The additional tax to PAY to diet, and as further assistance to: taming the churches of the United

Interest on the bonds cannot be assessed Nature, a !good building-up medicine States, $400,000,000 In running the

Accepted Mason until 1800, and the taxpayers would like Hood Sarsaparilla had; best be Jails. : 3lvorg1nd.o,

F have until some time In 1897! to pay i It: resorted to. If the digestion Is poor,
liver deranged and frequent headaches Everywhere we go we find some one CAPT. AV, A. S1IAAV,
I so that no additional hardship would seem to be the rule, Hood will change who has been cured by Hood's barn-

ladian 4 TltulvllIfJUver fall on the taxpayers for two year to all this and enable every one to return to parilla. It II i the greatest curative It anmlnted to sail from Jacksonville Tuesdays Saturdays at 6:00 p. m return, nl

F1s.Ludgc come. Meanwhile they .could Improve their home and business In a refreshed agont.; It is the one great blood purifierand Sanford Mondays and Thursdays B00: s. m
t No. 0)() and state of mind and bodily health nerve tonic.
their property, make good crops,
TH IIOUNII. \okTH &a)
BOI
I put themselves in such a good financial Read down, 8CHEDtLE. I Reel up '
I ; : 1I.1.Is lie mmtlnics the "oo..n.1 and fourth Fr 54 mwawa. Hood Pills for the liver and bowelsact .

i ", day viet. ef at each: tax would not hardship J
a appear a ." '
l li J. MMUEL Hoc, 8. II. RAT W, M. 25e'"i : 0 don't three : 3,5 1.30: :: m:.:::::::::::.:::::::::::::fit.A Francis.' ':::::::.:::::::.::::::: :.:' :, l3ptu
-The cost
:: a ADVOCATE you 5,311 a. m. ............ .......... 1ie..ford. ............ ........... .... 12...st'
to \o:0 i ID cents per week, postage included, when eon ..Blue ILatr I
i IIUCIETUM, .:TC, OUANU COACHING 1'AHADI: CD T''f'-'' Length 'I .. taken by the year Arrive 530 :: m m. ::::::::::::::: ::::::::.. Sanford s1tinge..:::::::::::::::::::: :: ::.' arse

I .. :1 ta. 0 r! 9.2.5 .. m. .... .. ..., .... ............Entt'I1'rl.' ... ..... ....... .... .. .... ,3)) 1Gen'l
p'g ,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS ... s

{ t Seminole hedge, No 30. bold Its nieetlnirs a t Superb Equipages and Beautiful :'Z tN ;;; Cubic : .. rJJ GRAND ARMY OP TilE IlK Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St", Jacksonvlle: |

k the Court house, the Unit f.nir Thursilay. eve... Woiueu. o. !!, i==t ufahell ;' .. PUBLIC. M H.Cunit,A.T. Moo F. M lRoMOhOER,JR. I'la. Ia.s.Aft
t of each .
INK* menthataa'elockp.in.J' -
CI"r B (,reenl\ew\ork. 88 West Hay St.Jackiunvlllt, |
We are In receipt of a copy of an illustrated --1 :: Bowling
t l S 1> GKIIICK: W. H. HARRIS, i ; '
: A 3 'Hro. O EOOrR: ,T. M, |iJIo. L. HOWARD, Fla Irt Agt.
l C. C. K. of It. & II, paper entitled,Among the Clouds, The Southern Railway, In connectionwith -
.I -iSo: Xo. <- rfSfE r5.. > Bowling Green New York. lootHoganSt"Jack* nvUle,r.|
printed at Mount Washington, N. Ii[. o.o .. '=' the F. C A P. Railway, has been h :J"COLE.lOeneral'I'assenger! Agent, J. A. LEsLIe, Superintendent

INDIAN RIVER GUARDS It gives a full report of a gala day at _I_ Cl"g 0JI selected by the Grand Army of the Re Howling Green, >ew York. Foot Mugs St. al'.lOn..llf.r.D. .|

Drill at the Armory, over county Jail ever' o 'wn *: the official route to Louisville D. C.:1I1INK. O F. A., 19 South Delaware Avenue. 1'blladeli'hlaMM .
Hethlehem
Tues.)' evening la the .....nth..t'o'clix'k. The coaching parade was a : :;:El Ar' halll c > public, as ,
tt '} A. T. KBASTEB,Captain grand success, and among those wh S Cwp == Ky., for the Annual National Encampment P. CLtDb A CO., General AK.-ntsl!
II So. Delaware A v., Fhlladelphla. 0 Bowling Green Few Tort |
were prominent In the parade were our A a.ra in September The route will be
..
CIIUKCHfcg.K. popular friends Messrs. Anderson .t 7 N ls:,:ii Cost shell.of a ( via Everett, Atlanta, Chattanooga and
col 11
11 Price, of Ormond, who were by no mean CI "!$!.1 f.o.b. !Co.: .. 's.a ". Lexington.For .

'J8COI'AL CHURCH behind in the race for first honors HeFerrlng w w:;a this occasion the low rate of one
.......: Cost of .8 :
forvlres the lat and 3rd Sundays In ".el1
.
i; mouth. at II a. in..and:JOp, m. Sunday school to their turnout, Among the ; !; '. ,:. u'0 IIJ cent per mile has been made, which will Southern.Railway.
40 very Sunday at 2;JO p. in n service:) a ty Clouds says: ,v+ !I Qi d!: i It. R. 01' fyvin make the rate about $10 for the roundtrip .
L&t S p. m on \Wednesdays Litany ever .I
ITrlday at 10 a. In. "The eyes of all were attracted by the 2 w c.r; ;; 'etl from Jacksonville. This rate is
RiV H F. BHOWH. Rector. handsome new turnout of the Mount
.
I .
r Pleasant House Several elegant ellulIlagell : ;;; : spreadCortroad 5' open to the public.

MtTIIOUIST CIICRCH.i | reoresLnied this house, and the ; ; IlIg w f'ID Tickets will be sold September 8th to J------- .

3lem-limbed horses and superb trappings M a to 6 11th, and will be limited for return trip
u Service at Tltusvllle.every first second and ;( attracted the attention of all. lly + ,..... NI.1 1".1. g. until October 5th.
third Malitath at I.I and 7 m; Hundas
boot: at 10' o'cla'k a,ni every Sunday p t| wort byall odds the best of the turnouts was the [ !1: irldt.es =.. w N: The route selected has two through; ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROOTE.
I League\ : at 3 p. in every Sunday: ; lrayer ineetlnI : now biake The body was trimmed i In d_}Nlii3 etc o c s0:1 s. trains dally, leaving Jacksonville at 7.3: (
octet every'nnmday night The public ar black, with red running gear and rusuitilmiulngs. '= M a. m. and 6.20 p mO .
cordially Invited to attend our services ::: c.
Cs A. R.. Posts, desiring cars
w special ,
8 W. LAWLER, 1 antorBAPTIST
4 "The newly-impoited harnesses fl'OIllLondon ,rSfl..: o g. cIt ::; can arrange for same by addressing THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS
1i England, with their gold and ird" li :! r. .. -i
y CHtnCH to !!I1 -, W D. ALLEY, COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS.
e
: :
the finest in the ; : s
heavy trimmings, were
i 1'reeehnigevery second sod fourth Sundays. parade."M. I II au1!; = o Fla. Pass Agent; THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAIN
r muwntug and evening layer MmttinK every 1.. Southern
Railway,
Tnolav evening at Ieh:; 'click. Sunday Silos, J. Quint held the reins over six Jacksonville Fla.
every Sun lay at V 41 a. in Also twekthiintt handsome blacks, and Mr. E. G. Blanchard ,
tint; Sunday: at LaUrunire; Second I Snuday luJllll of bwifts orchestra, was the QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
All are cordially Invited to attend. SOUTH GEORGIA COLLEGE
trumpeter., The ladies, dressed In
t )I. A. 011I011., fastnr young Have you seen it ? Seen what t Why
white and carrying white parasols, wear
I ]: TIIOMASYILLE, GA. :[ the Walton.Rapid Calking Machine If Wwmt.
lj lug the color of the house, formed a North send :IIIt. North wind
CATHOLIC ttltRCHBervl pretty picture. They were Mrs K HCarpenter you own a sail or row boat, don't fail to
For and Girls.
Boys have one on hand. It Is a great labor .e. :
r' Indian Itlver Slate Hank Children a catechism Miss Potter, of Providence; Miss New- -:o:- saver, and i I. patented in the United 'tit..aaYw ..... 1rr YaLv.

at I p. ui. RIV I. F.O'BOYLE. Rector. hall and Miss Anna!'. Newhall, of Philadelphia Faculty' of Seven Competent Instructors States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A JscksoavU1.. W.o.lI r_ mm Lv JaeksonvUle. 10. F 1 to : J aM
; Mrs Z. W. lilies and Miss Her. few of the state right will be sold at a Ir.r.0, _: t Mam : 44pm Kverett, le.th.ra.:: 110: au
Using the most Approved Modern reasonable figure Apply to J. O Walton Of bafannah, 11 Mam06pm 10 41 pm At. )Maooa I tl am 4.w.
tha Kelley, of Providence; Miss Hayes, Columbia, Southern_ 00am Atlaau, : 51lam.M
l Y. V. C. A. of New York; Mrs Jaudon Drown, of Method Tituaville, Fla. ;r. Charlotte. _. 120 pm T 00amI Cnattonoon. : T a pm 1 g
Jacksonville Miss Colvin and Miss Jessie *..bl..lOn./ _. 1 4Jat ... 10 pm Cincinnati Q. 0,_. r t0.m
is The reirular Sunday aftrn'xm prayer ineetln ; In all Departments, Including Music and Baltimore. Pens...._. 06 am 11 36pmtoo ," ...
I of the Y M C A. will lw held every Hun.la Colvin, of Chicago. A Year For 50 Cents. Pbllad.lpbla, ,. 10 15 a am Ar Blrmlntham. 10 a_." J2 01 55 -.._
"
afternoon, at .:tlll p. a.. at the I're.bterla "The second team from the Mount Drawing. Mew \or&. _. 12 !61 pm Ham 81 Louis Cairo 5k.Mn 'lO.m _.....
church antll further duties.Colllpetithe Ar.ll.mphis. K.. C.aL.A >. iO go' -
/ Peasant was a large Poland party wag Commodious and Elegant Building and At Asheville, So.tktrn .._...... 10 101 *. Kansas City 11II 11I1.. ::-
tliif on. This carriage ha the reputation o' The Saturday afternoon edition of the Jack.
Ground. sonvllle Metropolis will lw furnished. ly mall
King the only one of rte kind In the
only,at the extremely low rate of Iflr Cents aYear. For fsjM lafurmatloo apply to any Agtmt of this greet Railway
IXauiluntlou. White Mountains, and one of the three Board in good families near College at It will lw filled to the nl'with the latent
ever built. It was drawn by six chew $10 to $12 month. news. as well U a large variety of reading System, or It* connection
A examination authorlx mtt and driven by (>eo. I.. Lllsmore per matter, This Is the cheapest newspaper. ever
competitive ; Tuition published In Florl la. Hy taking The Metropolis W. A. TURK C. A. BENSCOTER. S. ". NAROWICX,
The[ carriage; was a mass of house colors $2, $3, or $-1 a month, accord. Dvinorratio
Ing the appointment of one state cadet Jon get an aKicresslve journal! General Pas .. At Oe 51 I P***. apart
A' s. a Awl 0. Pass Agent
and banners, with rosettes of ribbons ing to advancement of pupil The dally lit ion of Tbe Metropolis will be
"{. from each senatorial district in this state "The occupants were-Mr. Andy Lord furnished at tbe following rates.In advance)': wasslesTON.a.e. aeOIYIktxTINS. aTtANT1,1a

t 'I/ will soon be held. On Saturday, Aug and Lambert Whitney, of Newton, Mr. Attendance Increasing yearly. On.months year :... .... .... .:::" ..::::.. .(4 Joo.oo8ix W. D. ALLEN

31, 1803, an examination of candidates L. K. Parker, of Hartford; Paul Gould, Last year 171. Three months.... .. .... ..... ...... Ion ,
.. .... .... ......... ...... Florida
for the Hth: district will be made before of Portland; Mr. d. Butler Smith, o.ToruntoL' Fall term open September 2nd, 1895.\ One month :31 Pu..ftpr Acat,
Mr Arthur Howard, ofChica- The Metropolis even day In the week will be 212 West B-/ Street JACKSONY1LLB: PLA.
A Board of Education In Titusville The Write for Catalogue to
!; ; Bingham, of Ormond; Miss sold at the news stand at Two Cent per roi y.

r, houth Florida Military College, which Florence Russell of Hartford; Miss Jordan MISS E. H MERRILL, President, or Ask the news CARTER boys on RUSSELL: the trams,for ITo'rletoe the aper July OH tit, inoa. -
'
the successful candidate will enter, is Mica I Carney. MUebb, Miss CAPT. A. O. MILLER, Vice-Pre ldent. Jacksonville, )'la. The MvtropolU J
:
atlUrtow. Further paiticnlir be !Amt Miss Edmonti., of Portland
way "The' next team front the Mount Pleas-
--------- ---- ------- -- -- -
obtained of Senator Robert Mun-\ w, at : ant House was an eight passenger surrey .

' Tltusvllle.In drawn by four mahogany: bays,
t I driven by Mr. Allan Clark. All the occupants BIG PROFITS WE DELIVER

carried !banner, and streamer Small I iDwtmeots.Rrturulng !.
# uf ribbon trailed out behind. In the .
1 Tu\or of a Shell Itoad.VKKO .
surrey were-Mr. and Mr*. J. J. Otter,
t \0' lx>ul.>LUx, Ky. ; Mr and Mr. Jos D. prosperity alii make many rich. but nowhere can they make so much within a

,',... Fti., Aug. JO, isttt !'rite, of Oruiond; Mr*. E. W. Thompson short time as by sucuHwful 8|>ei.ulatlon in raln. frovlslon and Stock. A Piano or Organ I

X.Jitor..ldpecafe r of Montpelier, Mr. and Mr. Ii Tat- FOR EACH Dollar Invested can be made by our
,
Of)
ham, of New York; and Mr. Jaudon $10 I
i Pear MrsPlease find inclomsd $1.50 Brown of Jacksonville ."l ) :
YOUR
--- Systematic Plan of Speculationoriginated NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit, :
1 for Rubscrlptlon to AU\I>OATE. 'One of this best single rigs has their to approval after a trial In your own house No money required until y11 ";
Push the harbor buckboard from the Mount by us. All sureesaful.lurudahwa rate an s regular.,.tenl. Statt. aVT
satisfied
shell road; we are all light oi thoroughly Our prices are a* low a* house in Ae United
Pheasant drawn by a handsome chennut It ls a ..,known fact that there are Kuamla of men lu all parts of tbe felted States who any
our term _
Iq Yero Two week ago two-third of f s\tteub>iu. trailing through Cbuiuio: brokers' wake large amounts every year' rangluir franc are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an Instrument -
driven K. J.
gelding; and by lowland, few thouiuiiiil diillar for this man who Invents a hundred or two hundred dollar up to fwouo to
the people wne against It; now two- u'' the Mount PUwsoiit (and The Ormond) 'IMI.mw or inure b> ih_ who invests few thousand The Celebrated CONOVER. I
third are for It. I tliiuk we will concert table*. The occupants were Mr. W. It U also a fiu't thai thus who make the larifvoi groan front ooniiaratlvely small Inveetntentsoo The Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.
this plain are who live from : and invest tbr brokers who
IXTMMIS away ChiUtfo uBb taornoitM The Beautiful SCHUBERT.I I
1'. New hall MissAsheey
the lest of them before election. PhiUWphla; UUtl"tan.I..I"uOloue treating
Please and Miss Annie Byron Asheley, of Our plea d.we not rink the. whole amount Invested any trade. but covers both skit, so that And KINGSBURY.
.- { ? state In jour next 'Issue the qual- Fall River; and Miss Clark, of Newton Uwe.nether the market rise or fall It bring a steady irons that piles up enormously In a snort Vocation Aeollon, Farrand & Votey CHICAGO COTTAGE
Ideation necessary for a legal voter on ,
'enter Messrs. Anderson A Price
i Write for Convincing; Proofs, also our Manual on successful speculation awl our Hail* ORGANS.
t 4 the bond question 1 have been In the evidently know how to euttrtain their Market Kevin. full of uwney.niakinx IMl nten. ALL FKt.t tsar Manual exulain IUarttb
4 uests. acbu Highest lefereuoe lu regard to our standing and>aoc s*. Bras and small Instruments will late ***
Music and Books.
i i county over seven years hare: always For fartDet luforuiatkm addresaTHOMAS Write ual I we

J>al4 a poll &.*! but have never registered There were two coaches from the money.

ii"'QUB(, Tours respectfully, Crawford House, where Mr. Henry W. & CO., Bankers AND Brokers, The .t.. 13. O>iim >l> :ll Co.,
t
I t> || II. T. CirroBtAh' mill, iaaeager of the Royal r.*in Ja&i, | 241.242 Itlalto JUiIhllnff. CHICAGO, ILL, JACKSONVILLE e e e FLOfhD.\o

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V 0 fare INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. AUGUST 30. IMS. 3


Ofe ional Cards.I Oematloo M /M ..........1... --
.- The other day the Emperor William, .
PLANT
t'lIBld. WALTEBS.0."tu.. in view of the carnage inacparable from ? SYSTEM.I

BINS: 4 GRAHAM, latter day warfare took conned with Exhausted Soilsy

the medical rtaff of the German war I

A ATTORNEYS T.LA\', office M to whether or to what extent --------
made to produce larger and better thee
by
y
crops
:-From 10 to 12 a. m., cremation might not be utilized for the
.
l0m
\.;, and 2 to 4 p. m. dUiiicnmbering of battlefields after such use of Fertilizers rich in Potash e Perfect: : Jo..ssenger: Se1VicG.

sanguinary combats M thorn', for example -
Brerard Co. Florida.
1-r 1 r"ILLIC w around Mete in the campaign of Write for our "Fanners' Guide," a 14J-page illustrated book. It a\ Double

[:ractlc 1 ; I" an the court*-atate and fed 1870. The subject is full of difficulty, V Is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be tent free, and |f Daily .Trains.:

ficilltlM for examining and perfectMontr and even if cremation be eventually put will make and save you money. Address, /

Lin!, Ll[al title. to Loan. in without practice question for ,such call an into eud operation it must a, GERMAN KAU WORKS. 93 N_. Sirwt.orli. Unexcelled Pullman Eqnipment #di: {'-

much larger, a much more variously r>'cyca't 'cyca' 'c 'tyca'eToo

1.RC.E W. MORTON, disciplined medico-military personnelthan --- ---
2 hitherto. The electric light, after --------'--"- ------------- --- -
-I
XOTARY PUBLIC, darkness baa set in, may be trusted to follt AOO HOOKS ITC. Finn Twins Daily Jacksonville to Charleston.
aid in distinguishing the dying from "There U such a thing M being too I ItI
'S.NMntIIi. [iwood," .' Canaveral, '. Florida. the dead, but expert examination will polite. For instance, there. i* Flum- 2 il to Montgomery 2
Send ten rant*and' fri hr return mall a tanllnl ,
leiph. He went into a store to inquire ;
Itneyancing, carefully executed. be needed before such an irrevocable MMivriilr nf Ile olton States and Intern
' that of the crematorium is about something or other, and there tonal. Klnnltlon| ., |.> I and your II U. to Tifton.
process as "IJ'r-.Jal'a: :
Satisfaction
. mortgages, etc., .
*v ,. i, but there. lie began anieand adcl *M printed .mrv
was nobody a woman
to bodies in which the vital .
I hand. applied nab of ( '''oinniniiw | TR| "Mallordor Olrroirr" -
blanks on not by asking, 'I beg pardon if yon are t. that will itn tnrxhlliltonand hnndmil of
! spark, wholly extinguished,
may yet not beforehe could I moll\ or lrr limn who will prnd .atn|>le book, These trains
have a chance of being fanned into flame. 'ngagtdand say .miicni,etc. fnw carry through Pullman Sleepers -
INOR S. JONES, This examination wilt not be called for any more she interrupted him with, .101'UNAL of rOMMHICK.Atlanta: .
'This is adden I' And gracious ,(ia. to New York
in the case of tho who are either killed so by Washington, Philadelphia
she accepted him on the spot and beforehe --- ----- --- --
ATTORXEVATLAW.sVlLLE outright or whose condition is such that
only a few minutes can intervene before knew what was going on. No, sir; Baltimore, Nashville, Louisville Cincinnati

[' BRKVARD CO., FLAunty rigor mortis begins to declare itself. It it doesn't pay to be too polite. And The Globe Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia

< Judge of Brevard Count1.fiAI'LDJlJf. may be spared also in those canes whereafter the speaker shook his head sagely and St. Louis, Mobile, New Orleans Atlanta and
operation the resources of the not without a suggeetim of ...dotBoston _-

field ambulance have failed to reenforcethe TraiiHcript Chattanooga.
J. T. SAIDERH,
Lint : powers of life. But from the two The Eavled OD"
NotaryIULDEX sides of the attlefield-from the front

, ntea.lest ,. A SANDERS, and from the rear-the crematoriumwill e n

",. A TTORYEY8-A T.LAY, never be without food, all too I.
abundant, if the provisions of the Em-
ith all the Court of
1 1la I iiraetli1* In the Plate
1'.1 'rliU mil the t'nlteil State Court peror William as to "butcher's bill"of i

I H.0,1.16, TITt'S1LLE, t'LAMoney the next great European war are to 1

to Loan. 18nME be realized-London Lancet. r li lir ,I
,
R ste

REYNOLDS, There Chicago is a new Ha bug a iu New town.Vag.lie flies ,alp Ii I

ATTORXEVATLAW.Hutclilnson high and goes about sl'ekinwhom/ he .r II i

may devour. Naturalists have not yet ;

ntsc"Buff c.IIn'lII c. succeeded in finding/ name for him, I
Avenue, Bit hnme-H| >''pr. ,marine rltlit| VEO-Ile: .. .I'.e'
but he is said to belong to the species n"IIIlr.J": :# hll'h., .t

,,,.tll,'. Floildi.timti.L electrio-hghtibus terroribus. otherwise Mminfai'tun-rn.it the mnut Verfei, It.'llil.ld .tI
.tj
known as the "fly by night terror. For and I Kniminili Motor. for I Jinm.lim and N ai..hu I
there id no doubt that the animal is a In the innrki. Kuav: to marl rues until. .to.,.|>|...d j
with very little atttnUnn. aloe 11. lit I. <>r
TITUS, terror. There have been electric light lunmlioi 1''lIIl'h.te and M.itlonnry ,motor

bugs ever since thut style of illumination HrNF: W. .IHtOMr: :,
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. Sale Agent" for Hrvvard sad orange<' was introduced, but this particularbug Ht nrle, I:lit.
.'tic, In State and Federal' court. Land seems to be new to Chicago. In color (atalognm and |>riren on applliatlon"
.1 i specialty) Attorney for Hoard of he id a dirty brown. Ho is about two riche INN, Port Tampa, open all the ).cnr.

l i I tan {tiiiuinl'Mloiier. .. ,and Oounty Solicitor. inches in length, with three pairs of "That's a fine, big pig, John. -
, "Aye, sir. Gin we were a' as ready
These
I Up B.XM. legs. bugs are numerously joint.
7'h9 TltrSVlLLE FLA. ed and are armed at the extremities tn doe as that yin, we'd doo. "-Judy.A The Largest and Most Com-

,.I''i'I.JJLI.'/' i"" Freeman Hall, Sills.:; Wright, with two sharp claws. The two front World' Fair ncmlnlMwncc. plete Establishment South.
pinchers, or grippers, are especially The Plant Line.
t2.. m ittoiney-at-Law, UeLand, Fla. strong and keen, and they fasten into It happened two years ago, but the Steamship i

Lgt1"I ,.. TALL & WRIGHT, any soft object with a most tenacious facts never ame: out till one day last GEO S, HACKER & SON,


,30m1) IXSURAXCE AGENTS, person's grasp. If skin this, the object consequences happens to are be often some week A man whose ('r80nalitY1DtlIIt be concealed 7V [(>-il luxurious. :>tl onmwliip. ji!l'l',"IO

nvlleIlkFl: itusMlle Florida. exceedingly unpleasant, for tho insect for the present under the fictitious
has sting and seldom fails name of Tom Gallagher was attending in Else, SallI1I (I.n "S Ill1'1"" d.
presenting: the "Old Haitford, a venomous
World's fair. He into
the
erpool & London & Globe, and all tho to raise a blister He is about twice the stepped a
ding companies. Am prepared to size of a June bug, but ten times more restaurant in the Manufactures build 2 Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa

ui..r. ite lines up to $!0,0)0() in any part of wicked. So far the bug has been encountered ing to get something to ent The crush Key West and Havana. -
vard county. was enormous, the waiters were flyingto
only at night. Bright lights
unrTurk.. attract him, though he favors those and fro in helpless confusion and after { Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile. :
Tom Gallagher had secured seat atone
'I, *\':>*; Bv, DAD!: COU iTY. which are high above the earth. A a .....
of the tables he seemed
no nearer
W E\VAX woman who is leaning from an upper .
his dinner than before. II. W. HEXX, Passenger Traffic Manager,
U. S. COMMISSIOXER. story window of a lighted room invariably -
she He waited patiently a few minutes Savannah, Ua.
then
catches his eye, and catches
Notary Public State at Large. and then beckoned a waiter to him.
it. If he persists in his depredations,
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. the city council will soon be offering a "My friend," he said, .slipping/ half Manufacturers) of --

reHpondence solicited. Address: bounty for his extermination.-Chicago dollar into his hand, "bring/ me something -
Hi) View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, to eat as quick as you can. Tile

Office, Ewan'8 Landing. Chronicle. "Boss," said the waiter,_ with emotion Doors, Sash, IJliiuls, florida (Jentral & peninsular Railroad '

The Goldfleldi of Aluka. "I'veM'tIn here more'n a month,

EultGE W. ALLEY, Casey Moran, who arrived in the city and you're the first man that's ever giveme Moulding and Building Material. I

11 last Sunday from Juneau, Alaska, for a a cent But," he added in a hoarse Short IJII6 1 otH'ii riorMa and nil Northern 1'olnts.
: short stay, brings down some interest- whisper, "I've managed to steal >f(0. "-
[ ATTOR EY.AT-L.\W Olllce and Warciooms, King, Ojipotilte
ing gossip from that faroff Eureka. He Chicago Tribune.For Everett, Savannah, Augusta Ca., Columbia, Washington, Bal-

!el West, Florida. says that many mines are being devel- Cannon Street,
oped near Juneau, and that good pros- llanunltjr' flake. timore, Philadelphia, New York Boston and the East.

Will practice In the United States pects are being located by the score. Young Man (boastfully) am goingto Charleston S. C.

nil State Courts. OjunOjn ; The Juneau Mining company has about cross the Atlantic in this 20 foot boat, Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, N.wthvlllo, Louisville, Cincinnati

finished its new mill and will soon begot with no companion but this dog. Good-. and Chicago.

crushing ore. by, friends- Sash Cord and Everett, ItlrmlnKliam, Holly Springs( Memphis Little Rock, Kansas City, St.
INI [D B L. WILLS According to recent advices from Humane Officer-I must stop you, Weights Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.

Cook' Inlet, the section attracting the sir! Klver Junction, I'enMal'oMobl1\; New Orleans, Texan, Mexico, California

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, most attention, it is learned that minersare "Stop me? And what for, pray?" Hardware. and the Pacific Coast Klfcftlvo: July N, I HI.'.

making from |f 3 to $20 a day each, "lIumanity""Dumanltyl ._. New York Inillml and New lurk rant
ITIM-ILLE.: FLORIDA. and are able to work nine mouths each I Haven't a right to risk wr. ....O0.. svraa Malll...aviw JuikMiiivill* 751: a. n.. sod 8-JO

OFFICE:-Hutchinson Avenue, near year. Fully 150 men have outfitted at my life, if I"- Window and Fancy GlassA .,nor'" Everett;; Hvvannitli, with I'lliroiiKh, i'iiliiinlila: ,Pullman, UanhliiKton Hlix-iwr.: hal fur

"ie Indian River hotel. Juneau for this locality, and many in- "Oh, that's all right but I must in- tlniora, l'Idiadelphia::: New \. rk. Ihet.' and all
ArrlveeJw ;
terfere. The dog can't go I I"Cleveland SPECIALTY. .w Eastern Milnu uurllla I0jua.ni.
tend going up early in the spring. The and B.4"l |'. u,.
Silver Queen, below Juneau and across Plain Dealer. ,.... d I''+.uqwrnurnttars| latweenSt.Anguwlnesad.
ASPINWALL tar aw.. New \'lIrk. IHuliig tara Iu anil (
tots WubluK-
rOUX the channel from the famous Treadwell, j but
Y She Could.
M is turning out some very rich ore and
r is attracting much attention.Mr. "Well, is there anything I can do for ,s, .y, Only I.In. Through the llcaullful 11111 +
REAL ESTATE & IXSURAXCE.U Moran says there are numbers of you?" asked the sharp featured woman e ('..niltry of Mlil.llo : lorl.U. l>nur..U. and 1
/ M-nniltU: hey, !* J < km.nvlU "DAs, a. m.
su
people going into the Yukon, despite who had come to the kitchen door in In : we. L1 for Lake City, IJva Oak, Maillwiu Monticello.

ALLIE, FLORIDA. the fact that there are many at Juneau response to the knock. : \elwtlrlraa.i an.lthenwnthwest"'Maio..Molnl,, California Ie.
who have been in there, and who would "There is, ma'am, responded the .n'" '# a.IIII. I'a..n" <'<> Ml. Carrie* Hl..ei..n.
tonriet "You can give me a ,00s Arrive Jai.kwnrlilTna.lu.. .
F.W.. CRAVEN, not go back for anything. Be adds: wayworn /Jy { yi *
meal of victuals with and r ---
good pie
I
is I like about that '
"There thing
one Poor \ Iv. .f..onvlll./Wl. far Xtarke.1IaI'U ,,_
\\\E a. n1
DENTIST, country, and that is the patriotism of cake and real cream in the coffee, but I : \ ( pa,' e '" 1 tI..II" rc/ng,15.1., f lau..vlll..J ('...darf
America. absolutely am something of a mind reader and a ;: "e' 1'' Keys, W'Ildw'I. lee.hurg, Taar... .
the natives to They .t
I'm'.IVILI.E ,-=:- r rrand0. lev.e'h.e. 1..1.. city, l'lan' City,
FLORIDA.'ffla and I ain'tgoing -
physiognomist, can see
work of kind the yon gee .
refuse to do any on F w II, Tamps Arrive Jackonville34ip.in.I
"l'' and Fourth of July, no matter how much to do it. Afternoon ma'am. "- 1\\
room in Ray building, upstairs : .
Chicago Tribune.A Health I'Inrlnnatan,1 Klnrlila" Llmltail.. leave Jark.annvlllall .
J Washington avenue. money is offered. Seattle Poet Intelligencer. Y l,;c I fI 0 / :pl n, in Hollil'' \''eatibuleTrala. Tim.V .
'r" a little over to hour tu (luumnall, via 111..0..
CaM of MUUktB ......tlt,. '
,r Atlanta,natlaniMiKa. ( "'naeta for Nashville.
Police Inspector-It was pluckyof w'h"k f miivllle, Chicago and all iM>lnta north amiwmt
J oho B Stetson The Fink Electric Organ. very means so much more than noaD1 ti Arrive Jauixinvllla 10 Jo a. in.
University The first electric organ in America yon, ma'am to have set upon the and rzmat ., a,, -
imagine-serious rtxu.rue
burglar and so ably captured him, but you : (r. Holly 8 >rlnKa RIMII. Ht I>mla, Kanaaa
was put into a church at Taunton, Matia., errarr.r | City.
DeLand Florida. need yon have injured him to the extent fatal diseases result from _"' _Y. _,+. .,a ihliauu. leafs kxinrilla aqt' > 1'. .... vUMax
during the month of July, two yean ..
III Hi, Atlanta, HlriulnKnaiu, Holly fprlnja,
of necessitating his removal to '
a
*,,.' """ xea. College, Normal Brbool.uif ago. The church which has the honorof ? trifling ailments neglected. Springaeld: Ksnuss I city, HI "mU, Chltaico, Sioux City Through Hliwiwri without
A I m* bA School ud ofThoroughly first using the electric fluid for the hospital Don't with Nature's hanga K; kanw City and Kt U>ul>,and only one tlianga tu tblcaicu and ttlous tlty. Arrival"wiio'p.
olD In.Utut/oD Faculty. Lady-How did I know it was a burglar play 10I.a.
of of
r. lint rant purpose of driving its organ was the M. UK.al f'o'r TallahawuM I and Itanallata'aiata. Arnva Jai'kwmvlllal'flOn. m.
:: Wsher. Seven buiblin ? I'd been for three boon gift-health. : :
I> ; elegant Blot 8t Thomas church of the city abovementioned waiting up greatest O/MII'.M.-IorTaupaan,1lntern.diat.Iaiuu.. :: Pu anslier.; | Arrive JatkannvUlaHJOa.m.tor .
Cte4' water L.tf.: :. by electricity. for my husband I I thought it was him. ll"mler. ...invlll.., rlparunuurg anil Asheville htava JaLkwHivllla dally at tJU p. m.. wllk
equipped and the experiment was a If yo.are fenlla( Thrash Mi.ehen.YorMae' .
II'bDaiIUID. Ire IMa p art meat of fhyilUl Culture ofr.ri1 brilliant luooesa. In fact, about all the Com io Cut omtot aorta went .:|., Atlanta, two Train Ilally Leave Jackeonvhl.7a0s.m.and500p.m.: Pulluiaaireiuala
wdury ror young men Library tenaahy.r laatM-nfm to Atlanta, using tb. Holly (*| rlng ........n can In their Iwnlii. uutU See a. n.Meiuphl .
'I :: ana Ruling "d' with all leading church organist haste do now at at.'l'bomu' Tb Highway Lawyer. I Browns....., crvoni. .., l-ufiiiuMi. Hlwiwr. on all Night Train:
T a daily weekly and the ao app H
ip l? gbl.* equipped chemical and physicalIwrat. : it to pre a the button "No" Mid Smailwort who wa tak caat wok. HT" send for blest faiUxail Tuwnihlp Map of Florida t..
?torl.*. building for Music and electricity doe the rest The organ to begla at o.utab..
t..nt- jb ehargg Second not nearly to massive u organ I won't .
December
term open tree "no give you anything to ble enentlhenl.t
ai bend for catabgua, giving fuU lutor. nauAlly are, the cumbersome keyboard eat, but if you will do some work I will Iron .... cla' .'bra.lIacll biro bDross's Traffic Manager. General Paaaenger Ag't.

JOHN r.KORBES. Prealdent being entirely dispensed with. -St give you a quarter in cash." ura. A few bo..
Lewis Republic.A ties *-bmctlfroat .. -
"Do you know, mid Everett Wrest car -- --- -

"that I've got a mighty good cane agin I Bitters coma tnt duuilM lk .
Florida BUty MUM a* H_r Skip 1 very
Grown Trees. you fee attempted bribery if I only felt 'I tii. ftmtutk .
A Welshman propose to build a ship aid II
like pushin it? -Cincinnati Tribune pleaaut a take..
miles .
that will have a speed -----
!RS1 I hour The boat will be 550 feet long
-CUSS BUDDED f'1 Taklaf Ne CAaa ea. It CuresDytpeptU. '
and 60 feet wide, with a flat bottom .

FIG Orange Grapefruit Seedless I and wedge shaped bow and stern of "No, sir," said Charon" positively, Kidney and Uver
"yon can't get in here.
10,000 ton displacement, and with.igh' THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
i Trouble
each side, each A* the disappointed shade moved Neuralgia, .
: paddlewbcel on
rcpefrnit and Lemon Trees I making 17 revolutions a minute. away from the gangplank one of the Constipation B4 Wood

passengers remarked: MaUri*. Nervous ailment Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada.in .
*"7FOR. SALE.- I Zeal U,. blind badly regulated "It sews too bad to discriminate Women's compUlnU. .

'"' injured 1 by Florida freeze.grown.Buy Our Florida stock when it eDCJ'08L'helupon the right of against anybody that" Gal eat*the imalaa has rroan.l r IUaa Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.

4"11'11 tom others.-Qnennel.A "I know it doe," Charon replied, *CM IM wrappOT. All MWra us aakainaua. .
Utter and IBMQ" ..
; trees at OM rtccjul of two*c. atamnawill we .....
III" -
than can be bad outside of the stray hair, by it* continued irritation "but I hare to do it H* the bloomingidiot send ad e< TM BM>UI 4 W.*M a -
,It' Call)! on or address, may give more annoyance than a who rocked the boat in the other Fair Vla"a aa4 book. -a._ TITObVILI.B, FLORIDA.
cRowN CMCUICAU Ca ALTIMOKC' MO
world. Life.
GEO. H. WRIGHT mart blow.-Lowell -

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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 30, 1S95.BSi .

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has he for such a statement The still and who lend loners have no discretion whatever In JUlE I'RITCBARD, I'relldentV.; D. IIIAtxETT, Vice.prealdett
-f l IRD11H BIYER ADVOCATE- money, are opposed 'Y. )f. BROW!', .. ;
County Commissioners have printed to the measure, when theyare the I Issuing of licenses providing the

a plan, showing just how much among the few for whose! benefit petition presented l Is signed by a majority
A watkLT 10U."AL DIU'OTIID 1'0 Taa DllyK! RIVER STATE
c 1l" O..IIII setae IsmAa 1I"1Ia, LAIR money must be raised each year, according to "No Bond" No. 5. I of the registered voters of the pre INDIAN BAN N
tit wears laD.... KATSBCTrOilS.Klltor and for the first ten years' they estimate the scheme l is urged. lie says cinct In which It Is Intended to open a

t = the aggregate; assessed value further that we hare never been saloon; the character of the applicant (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of .)

<>f property In the county at two able, by our arguments, to make cannot be considered. Perhaps would Authorized

+ .................... WALTKB A.ORAHAM million dollars, something l less! than him believe that we have answeredhis l Iw well for the law In this respect to be capital $1000-:

A"tclat.-Etllt<>,* Manaicer.CHAi.H.WALTO a it i is at present. If we can raise! charges satisfactorily. We changed. It will be a strange precedent Paid up capital, $4e0: ,
sufficient money for the -first ten shall not attempt to do so ; com- however, If a majority of the registeredvoters Average deposits $300pr
years on the present assessed! ment i is unnecessary of the precinct had signed the :
1 Office: Washington Avenue, Titusville, values should it be lie of thus Indirectly {
why necessary! objects to the Incorporated petition an applicant,
y r lodlaaltlver. Mori-la to ever increase values four or five towns drawing half of the bond certifying to his good character, and the Transacts>; a General BaBii ii!:

: 'I --- times Surely times are not likelyto money. We very much doubt (ounty Commissioners should refuse Business
t !
'' ; ; PUBLlSHXn: ETFKY FRIDAT. become any worse than they are whether the incorporated towns Ia.Im. license on the, ground that he I ,
f
I t!I', ;" at present ; surely property values can get: any of the bond monej In was not a proper person It would seem Largest and Oldest! Bank
I 1 H..rU"h.T'n have reached somewhere rear rock race Titus\ille is entitled to one- to us that a "law less person' could not 001.11MRte 6 B-,:

bottom. half of the bond money, based on secure the .signatures of a majority of '
TDK*
month., itlAart
|.oo the assessed property within its the registered voters of his precinct. S J".J'KI'N'RAKIJ.W II KAH-' 'rR:
Three .80 WEST PALM BEACH TO BOND. town limits it would get between Some years ago, In Titusville. alien of IHRKrit the National iMie-'I Hank'rexlilrmu.,f lark\ n, ;

l single oopy, JJ $4,000 and .6OOo-not $1 1,001) or public opinion had 1 been horrified by the Jacksonville. t ). W 8 I.KVHA, III" ", ,..'

!I strictly In ailvanrc. The town council of West Palm $15,000 as "No Bond" No. o states minder of Mr. Hoyt by c. 11. Cook an L : IIKII" I MRRLrnCnavi.aeahoNANnnahank _

f ; Thetbnverat'I.elndethelaytru"tt' of pd />fItt his facts. election to decide the question of whether : : ) .d.t \. .
Beach has ordered the \ '
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: 'i Me by aA. NnMarrlptlnne| can commence anytime mayor to __-. Yatlnnaankoflackm'rirl'L' l \,ill. :
.I.l t!\ during the y arDlMMittinnanr issue! a proclamation calling an He says further, that the project Urevard county should be wet or dry
: 1' election: to authorize the bondingof for bonding "is an offspring of was called and was carried overwhelmIngly VITAT.L. 1"IAA.
,r i *. a f ailvt. inimt lniia>l" |I"*rwinall that known land sharks the The same '
i family as by prohibitionists.
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the In the of --
;at thin nAtre or by writing; city, sum twenty
'i" and real estate whose state of affairs exist In Dade atprellen
county
', live thousand dollars to be used grabbers, --
I I .I .i t MLWI1KKH or for municipal improvements, suchas maws are never full, and fatten on t. It Is proposed to call an election EAST COAST LINE .:
tax claims! railroad condemnationsand on the saloon (question and utilize
n THE FLORIDA TIIESS ASSOCIATION! fire department, sewerage s\s-
I, "I tem, etc It is claimed that prop all other troubles they canproplgatf' I. the strained condition of public senti. Land DepartmentThis
I ; ArrlUATHI WITH Till: /
This is i do not
mcnt at
erty within the town of West Palm language con- existing piesente
I I 11: National' EAttonitl Auocirtlton. Beach is assessed for three hundred temptable ; it is almost inexcusable believe that the licensed saloon ran be
Company offers FOR SALE LANDS Adapted fill
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I''f .1 'f and ninety thousand dollars. We upon any ground if it comes from charged with the recent blood spillingIn /

"1:1 :''i i 1'1 j 1{ Check eta,maybe made payable v'"GrahamA have the impression that the law' a sane man. Dade county We believe that If Dade # Fruit Growing and Trnckin.
z" .;.i! : Walton" pnutiohen and proprietor does not allow an issue of bonds We believe a majority of the county !goes dry, there ,,'iIIl>e numerous ;

I ;l by a municipality to exceed ft per voters of Brevard county and four- Mind tigers far more blood thirsty and ALONG ITS LINE OF ROADS.
tt \ l Address all oomnnnlcatlons to Ute 1'rnprle-' cent of the assessed value of fifths of the tax payers are in favorof ferocious than the licensed saloon.
r. .. U.., property :y Special terms to actual settleis. For further' particulars. ad,hris
within a town or city. If our the bond project, and with this The local option\ method Is a good one

:t.. 1 ; '. KAIIAM4 WALT impression is correct, then it wouldbe consciousness! of right we hall -where the responsibility\ there rests JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land f'omruissi.m.J. .'!
:t
'ra v't+ for the assessed vulue continue to urge the project to a the power People\ whose pockets are ST.
I INDUS IllVER ADV( LTI, necessary ., St. A. & I. K. R'y, AUGUSTINI. FU
t :, TITIIV1U.C FlrOBIDA of property in West Palm Beachto successful! termination with the miuiture arsenals, and who do not hesitate ,
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aggregate five hundred thous- best of our ability realizing-to to destroy a brother, are not the
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: { j _u-_ -- and dollars for 5 per cent of fire quote the words of "No Bond" No. proper\ men to run a saloon A majority THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART

"( THE American people are horrified hundred thousand! dollars is twen 5-that we have to !some extent, of the registered voters of any precinct ,

'.1. I -1:1' : at the reports of outrage commuted ty-five thousand dollars, the amountof 'discharged' our duty to our fellowmen should think twice before signing tie Made (for Sandy Soil Having 3 inch Tread
,. .Vil : upon -missionaries in the the issue proposed. and fellow citizens." We see petition of such men, and certifying to ,

I- i;. interior of,China and we may well We are very much surprised that no reason why any bitterness or their character.

>. I .J.I !' 'I 1 feel horrified at the sufferings oftlvose the assessed value of property in ill fueling should enter into the There Is a very strong \point, however
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1 ; .; ii J self-sacrificing people who West Palm Beach aggregates as discussion of the question ; !abuse to l be urged by the "drys" In the campaign -

,I ''I .: t. have laid down their lives in attempting much as three hundred and.ninety ridicule or calumny will convince at present, for the law his been

e' ", J'' : ,; to propogate the gospel thousand dollars. The population nobody nor change a single vote. changed. It will take a man with pretty
j' 1'1' of Christ; and yet, we cannot help of West Palm Beach smaller Some of the best men who opposean strong nerve to duo to run a blind tiger R

,I In 1// realize that our own skirts are not than that of Titusville, and its issue of bonds!!, have told us! In future. Formerly when keepers\ of

; '; ; clean, when we'think of how many buildings are less substantial in with regret that the unwarrantable saloons weie convicted they were let off

r"I'1 I' ,'I outrages have been heaped upon character, 'and yet the assessed misrepresentations of their loud. with a small fine, which they paid with -, ..
+ I ,+ cititcne: China in the cities of value of property in West Palm mouthed colleagues has injured beaming smiles usually\] remarking thatIt oIIIi -

)1 ::1 the Pacific coast, in this highly Beach is more than twice as great their side of the cause! more than was a very cheap way of paying a -

.: I I r. civilized: country of our own. aa that of Titusville. the efforts of the ADVOCATE in favor license. Under the present law, the ..',::- "-" -- .._n_

,, .;. of the project. penalty for selling liquor without a FOR SALE BY -

4 r i A UTTER from II. T. Gilford of THE ARTICLE OF J. H. 'SAMS license Is a fine of not less than f;VK) and ED"'QV A.R.D STXLXNG,
t I" \ Vero on our 2nd WHO WILL IUJ nESIWITI not less than six months Imprisonment.
j appears page, The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealei
t ';! asking us to state the qualifications In the Star last week Ill Till] S1IHLL KOAD ? The court cannot give the Imprisonment
is
1 II fit i necessary for a legal voter. We a manner which, reflects, writtenin credit or the fine alone, but the convicted keeper 'OOOO.A., Indian:: : : :River: FLORXDA

P! '''.,, : beg to say that none but those whore upon the writer. He takes a nna. The Cocoa and llockletlge News take j of.a blind. tiger! must spend six monthsin -------- -- ---

"((1;< are registered and have paid their ition and defends it -on- i logical 1 up an editorial: which appeared in ollr Jill and pay a f-iW(J fine besides Under

f' I ", ', poll tax for 1892 and 1893 can vote grounds. We admit, that in case Issue of tbe 10th, In which we said that such circumstances If Dade county ASPHALT ROOF I PAINTS
: ft' dry, we do not believe there will be
at the bond election. We also regret it is decided to bond, it is an open If the shell road is built no one will be goes ,I

i t : to say that MN rs. Jones question whether it would be bet- more benefited thereby than our people, many Illicit saloons

Gaulden and Bobbins of the Titus- ter to spend the in neighborhoods "the bone and sinew of the county." Ground in Pure
: : ville bar. have looked into the matter where money roads Our new contemporary takes the positionthat The Iton Question! and Politic Agents Wanted.'
are most Oil 1 Brown and
Red.
i 'I' and agree that the registration necessary at present. No one will as the railroad will get a large'sum; Write for Samples
C i ,1' books eaanot be opened to allow deny that the expenditure of ,the for hauling the shell, and the men who We trust the moss of good citizens in and highest

I : 'I I persons to register,: for the bond money should be made with own the shell mounds will come next In Brevard county will not mix the road Grade Black Prices

)Jt'r I coming election. This is unfortunate a view of giving the greatest goodto sharing( the cash and the parties who question with county politics. An effort Asphaltum. > Catalogue, Etc.
f because we informed Is being made by some of those who .
are
the greatest number. We earnestly haul the shell will get a largo share of oppose --- --
:" t on what we consider reliable au- advocate good roads. If a- ; the money, that "the bone and sinew of the road to Intimidate our county FOE FAINTING: :

I I, y thority that there are no less than majority of the people prefer instead the county" will not be the most benefited (officials and others who have political ,

i I t G:.JS 100 citizens aid tax payers in the of a continuous shell ,road cUss. When we spoke of those ambitions by threats of trouble at the TIN, IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Railroad

(, j White City, Eden and Jensen' from one end of the county to the who will be most benefited by the road, next general election. For instance, A. ,

I 1 I ; 1 !I! neighborhoods who will be unable other, that the money be spent in we were not considering alone the distribution H Carter, in speaking of the road fight Buildings Freight Cars Bridges Fences and
lI
; :; to vote for bonds, because they are making good roads in and about of the money; we had In mind in last week's Star, says: "It is showIng ,

.I not registered, and cannot-register, tbe.more thickly settled portions of our home people, who lire here In lre- us' which of our county and state Iron Work of every Kind

t j .for the coming election. the'County, we do not know thatwe vard county to stay, who will be able to officials are with the people; election

i would oppose such a course. It use the road the year round who will comes oft next year; we may forget our Building Papers, Tarred Felts 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Ready

;I 'J) : THE worst feature about the seems to be the impression of a save a consideiable sum every year in friends, but never our enemies." This Roofing, and all kinds of

'i shell road discussion is, that many majority of our people, however horse Heidi and wear and tear on wagons is a threat that those who advocate the hoofing L/'

,people seem to oppose it obstinately that,the greatest good would result and harness, who will lie benefited by road may expect rough treatment at the Supplies, FROM

,;j r and without good reason. We by building a continuous road the additional facilities which the road hands of the voters at the next general The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,

tl i 'f, do not refer to Mr. tams, but to from one end of the county to the will\ give for social! Intercourse. election. Manufacturers of
Asphaltum Coal Tar
etc.
We are pleased to that the Oils ,
We claim that home say best
other.It .
\-! If those_ who are "against bonding un- our people-the i .
{ : der any circumstances." As we is believed that Volusia and bone and sinew of the county-are the democrats tile county are not inclined 3200 to 3300 Wllllainsbiir Ae., Richmond, Va.

I ,:', i I interpret the remark of our worthy ,Dade counties would become interested ones who will be most benefited from to drag the road question into politics, -- -- --- -
: !, school superintendent, he is not and take up the good work, the road, for they and tholr children are and as far as Mr. Carter Is concerned, ---- --- --- -- --- -- -'

t opposed to bonding but objects :to and the beginning made by Bre- the people. who will be able to use the we understand that be has always been

the programme as laid out by ,the vard county might result in a continuous road day In and day out for the next classed as a republican but have no personal Merchant'sMetal

County Commissioners, on the shell road along the entire thirty years and afterwards. The nonresidents knowledge\ as to his politics, and

I ground Lat it i III not Just to tbej East Coast of Florida. This is a who pay the bulk of its cost, while the ADVOCATE does not profess' to x "Spanish"

people of the county at large. ler matter which; l is well worthy discussion. will only be able to utilize it for a few bean authority in matters political if

I I haps he ba< started a line of discussion We feel confident the mouths during the winter season. Our we recollect rightly the nominees for TILES. *

I j which may result in a nolu County Commissioners are anxious statement cannot be successfully contra office in lirevaid county who have been .

t 41 tion of the road question which in case bonds are issued to make dicted; the expenditure of a large sum sanctioned by democratic primaries and fff \\.* lor have Mr thrMies .lgh. 8url dl.th.rt-

!t I will be satisfactory to all eon the money go as far as possible of money In building the road will, to a conventions have never depended for tat via : 7.10. 10.U. ttlVA. >

k I ('erne We trust other prouinen and to make the best and most certain extent, help our people duringthe their election upon the voters of Geor ell. a ?prr'al' '<:"liul' '

property owner nill, express their equitable and just distribution of prevailing hard times; but it is the giana 't lIarloW4O'all! TILE"

: ; liens on the questions mixed b.\' the funds arising from the sale of ultimate benefit we are after, and which ... __
I 31 r. Sams. the bonds. Politics, jealousies and ,,'e hope to see our home people enjoy. VVantod-11: Man: '> The roost Ornauienul

3. local rivalries should not enter Into The shell road if constructed, will be a In every section at once to sell staple .v Roof mole, and lbur-

THE Cocoa and Ness the matter. thing of beauty and a joy forever, and goods dealers; no peddling; experience oughly storm-proot
Kocklrdge best side \line. .
unnecessary; |75 a) a
I which by-tbe-way is a very readable The ADVOCATE is in favor of our children will rise up and call us month. Salary and expenses or large The"STAR"Yentilator.
paper replete with news items good: roads and whJle we think Ii blessed; and, acting upon our wIse preletUnt commission made. Address, with cent wa "ALASKA"
and showing editorial ability continuous shell read, the entire will build other roads, as the stamp for sealed particulars, Clifton\ Soap Galvanlied. Iron, all our gaar.oCOPI..r high
strong '
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says that the ADVOCATE man length of the county, would be the necessity of the county a generation and Manufacturing Company Ohio. :
nati :: Absolutely the beat Orolo f..ra't:
; : "must hare dreamed the report, wisest course we are not pledgedor hence, will\ undoubtedly demand. mental, Durable Sturm- ROOF1HGlucorporalwl .,"
Palm ol
when he says he has received from hound to the idea but open to Nice photographs, one dollar per dozen l>10"'. 1-roc.M

f Cocoa to the effect that many peo argument in favor of roads in and Till: CITIZHNH OF WKST1ALM for :JO days Woodward, Titusville lreventsdown draught ( .>
about the
t pie of that who thickly settled communities
town
were
opposed
I j to the road, hate changed) their letting tbe question of extension ItHACH MERCHANT & CO., 517 Arch St., Philadelphia. Pa J
Lemon and _
mind No, we are sometimes rest until some future time, or Orange, Grapefruit
until the road is In mass: meeting, last week, pUMted -
troubled with dreams but we do a greater necessity KTAMKtllU AIULTIE8.: ...-
not put them to print. Our authority in certain portions of the certain resolutions regard to the liquor Buds and Scions For Sale. E.t.bU.hed IIUU. -
l
count}*. tmmc In Dade county. Among themwas I JAS V. BOFILL & CO.,
of the .
was one best Intbe
men I
am rvnNt| furnish buds,
county but we do not feel thatwe : one as follow : "Ue olved, that ,.n.ll..w..... at *11"|wr luu, *3 iwr rye t.UM. v Orann* has L. BARBOT & CO. Fruit and Produce
: our I'ominlskloners be urged to :than dal of any one sort at Ih..1 rat*, Un.|..- I
; are at liberty to give his name, "NO BOND" NO. 5, consider the character fruit[ :: :me 1,515erIwrIt.tamowe1.50.: oraiw*. ,
of I .
applicants for lew'nandOrairlrultset.| >u> (prnutaAlgraft.
and unless be feels) inclined to comet license, and refuse such :Wlwr eat, fltflwrju<0. No .liM.mai ,..oUrMurtlcn General Commission. I Commission Merchants
Applications luCOIlia fur *cf.m.. All tmdi awl ,
out and announce himself, we shall In the Star. writes such a letter I II from l.lul... nArK.inu'+ TI.. _..... 1men j art 1 trill to run iniaraiitMHl u> reath xrnnt t...win. in
nave to rest under the charge of be expected from goo l;urrler. flair hail large e.lrrlance, thor u y R P. O. Bos aeon.REFERESeER.Hsuelaea. ------
as might
I an anonymous of Dade have also circulateda uniktnianil all detail u -
county oughljr 8ati.fi.lion aaur R dreaming. I .. oS: Lan
t" He | Terms: Taah with Onlrr. Hvuil .,
I correspondent. sasno petition, urging the County Commit.iouer ) I one will be Unefiled the all orders 2 S hank of Lutriana U u ,
by to refuse to grant licenses to 10 post when aanlad diet your ;;; : '
bads .2 :
i Ct.:3-: I anklo As5'a Lums.lrU. -
anti scions tease reliable :,
a
THE anonymous correspondent( road scheme except real estate ulouns. This method of campaign is nNtnw.Addre.s S V7 W (7q; J, C. Mt-: : l.nut'" )' "1I'Ier"wFt.later.Oa.R '
: C. 8. HI RULMi, '
I in last week's Star advises the pea'I gents and money lenders." It is ItMpirei! with the best possible RtttnlO, Calif. Ion,.1..; rrultanil due.'due.; M TnuU caal'tru. ,-' '

''I L pie to be up and doing before the strange[ that Messrs. Holmes and tioss, but as we recollect, the kirltla. ReftttnII: Norton, O |>. citfforil. NEW ORLEANS Commercial Ayracl.
taxes increase to four five timestheirbilly of Cocoa who real Inteo-I .. r. w. Karatr*. Dull tla.CMMonnto \ew sus. 99-331 I'ojrdraa air"
r or Taylor, were estate the pewit court In Orange county, KoOnwa*: Oraiu*Oiam*** 'hair .
T l.Altott.r. M..V. B.Vas hart.\\rihf7rM ('".1 H..... Bssk.A I. '
to What dealers and -
pay, ground we presume are KtttKt ( Now Orleans -
par rso ago the County LK: |"<,,,,, .<.ul, KirmMb,tM :>CE I \lrtropoill. ,' e. "
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Awarded Beach. memory of the majesty and glory of It' !

lijbeit; Honors-World'* Fair I Miss Shlvler, of Philadelphia who hall can never be effaced although there SCOTT'S COCOA ICE WORKS

been the reigning belle hall gone to WInter were times when this

DR: Park for a month'ssit! with her ..0....! orpsn .t.I'Ilf' of TMtlon'ii ."nB.II. CARBO-DIGESTIYE \W ,
ln> In fury Mini,*...! movie; timeTimid i
uncle Mr. Wm. Schultz jr. \ IwlMiliIrr. tmublr. -thonTmiirniliHit Ooooiv, 11Orlatti.NOWT .
Mm, s hat tint then llftwl tip
Mr. L. C. Vaughan of Orlando, elms Thy warm, on high,anti with thy wends snMonnn < COMPOUND. I3NTcs. OP:>83I .11.TION.

IICIS has for some weeks spent his Sunday at Ptraiiu* |M.lliii. took; ,

the CoquIna, and who has been a recog- ThU Mow(tmnjr'-.Ii'I: mortal, with feel lu when: i <3. fS 1.II GJ ] I I

J( nlzed 8O'lalleader. ha added greatly to Arnilm dark waves Mil.,, ; 'Positively the one Remedy for Manufacturer --
In flrrcrnrMi and In itrrneth they bore 1
k: the enjoyment of all. Their iilmnwl rn-mU. 'till nn the.notT, the Treatment of

CREAM On Monday last a party of the young Kni'h Hut Hill thundered whptvVr: amt the van iilnni'lnit known no*more; NERVOUS EXHAUSTION, TOM & I>TSTTLMi33: ) "T.1\.rr] I:1. 1

people. made nn excursion to Coronado "I'ano| the ship. .......1. j Il[ A'rt other hint are 1(1t11..rl"jt neur, Simple andggiaatcd/ form of ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE. t
AKIN Ileach In the naphtha launch Ida, returning t cl other hills of form avimtf;
And nnward. Leer lie drip they mar, DYM'EPMA: AM .
VPffWDhII by moonlight. They had. a To seek th'r l mlirrn I on the unorf, JIT: Refrigerators, Ice Chests. Kircxcrn and Wattr ('oolor :
charming time, and were delighted will Like them to thiinilrr anil II... .''1'" no more r PALPITATION OF THE IIEAliT,

) their hospitable treatment at Coronado Lake Worth Ice Works !

Hotel. Fort Pierce. Does your fiHHl Mint after eating/ ? An ,
you easily confused and excited\ ? Di +
MOST PERFECT MADE. gel in tlic morning tiled and unlefreshed -
you up PALM HEACII FLA.
Watches, clocks and jewelry repaired bj llurchfiel In : : ,: the ,
I Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret County Surveyor was and with a bad taste In
II Crape ". M. Woodward!
I mire box Ui. Tltiutllle\ ?
Ammonia,Alum or any other adulterant town Tuesday, month
ni Fla. All work sent by mail or e&PI.t'IlI': attended I
Istheie dull
it cloudy sensation -
40: YEARS THE STANDARD. will\ receive prompt attention. Capt. A. J. Lewis paid Tlttuvlllc a In the
by disagreeable; feelings CHAS.: BL'CCC.: : I IF1.n.o
I visit Monday returning next Jay. head and e\es "

Eau Gallic. We are sorry to learn of the illness oflira. : Are )Irritable and restless ? 'VV1.n.C\I': .: 1N i
Canaveral. Doe your heart thump and I cau e you : c.nd. Llciuors
Julius Tyler We trust fro lung to gasp| for breath after climbing a flight ,

she will be out again. of Utah ? .
There have been several drummers In ant :ants t :.in xv. IIJACKSONVILLE ., SI-
and have moved Does It distress you to lie on the left
IctTords family
1 town the past few days Quite a number of our citizens took In tide rHave ". FLA.
', their new house. the excursion Monday to JacksonvIlle, ,
dimness
Rev Stuart Martin officiated at tin jon impaired memory
Mi!I .1 l T. Hood, who has been out of) Episcopal service last Sunday. despite the hard times of vision dept| ) cssiun| of mind and ghmni KM fim.9trrIrsrlou.Hrandmtw unit| lion rlHin Vlilnktcn from fl.Jl
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:
t iltli for som time Is at present at St. Where is the festive mosquito thli folebodittCH t"I (rout eISM1 l to lam 1""T gallon
I Mr. W. II. II. Gleanon left, Tuesday,, Theso sjiiiptoms mean th.itou an
under Dr. Worle "' tieatin sirs Wo make s Siwlnltv, of Nnrlli C nlinn >
CUKtine ) on a business trip to Titusville\ and ban-: summer' lie Is making himself conspicuous suffering fiom )Djupepsia anti SenomExhaustion. Mountain Ik-w ( urn nhl.kq.. tlirvvv
by his absence. ) old *Jat l is'r| gallon.
ford.! There in no other remedy thai dogs -I gals, :2:>.IK, :2 gwl.ra: 't.. .I culKVU /: PUREWHISKEY
extant
Parties who have bid on the work ont ('apt. (teo. Saunders caught a tint ,
I The lighter Fly-by-night took a load has dune mi iniicli for thin class of tioubles KftrA KB! .1' IDgul.em;. t.Mil
otintv and lighthouse roads are of lumber to Georgian., Tuesday fromPaddiHon's green turtle yesterday; weighing IMpounds : as 'I.r-<.
xiou, to know when the bids will\ be the largest caught I In this section lArtleliming. In Dry Towns will tin
yard. Scott's Carbo-Digestive well rn"..h'r loon tlO, a. we Pan. 'A8tht'.IIII'r
.enrd and the contracts made, for If for some time. | Tlit mi kll unlvrii

,r work Is put off very much longer It Mr. and Mri. Treutler have returned,, Rev. W. C. Barnes will\ hold Episcopal "-.J) Compound ||T AI...iv. MMiil. IIIIIIIPV ..HWrwlll outrun.. ;
and express themselves well pleased to ,, not old| n npw n with the
11 IH apt to Interfere making service In the Baptist church, next Sunday ,1.u'k.om file rcfiTcni ,Is. given
.1 the fall gardens. be home again. evening at 7 p. in., standaid time. If your case has twisted the, usual No UINHI' dent ('.0. U tolm rnMIIA
Mrs. John methods of tieatment we are tkllt.llly
Hodgson accompanied by list
Some of the hunters of Titusville are, All are cordially Invited to attend.!
Mr. Harry Hodgson left on Monday last: anxious to have you give thisComponuda :
ili-ntly, of the opinion that the law onc' Kev. Mr. White will hold divine services trial;

i toes not apply to the strip of land for a visIt to her former home In Canada In the Methodist church next Sunday We Kuaianteo relief In every case and; HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !

ist between Banana River and the Mrs. A. W. Sweet, after a pleasant at 11 a. m. and .< p. m., standard. our will cheeifully remedy fail.lefuud to jour produce money the should most
18th visit with the family of Gov. meR lion,,
On a
can Sunday, Aug. pal.tyhose time. All are cordially Invited to at- gratifying results.

names: are known) were hunting a returned'to Titusville\ on Wednesday: tend. Please remember that the appellatlor' \; MANUFACTURED BY

w miles above DeSoto Otove. They She expects to open school the last week Patent Medicine doc not apply to
Miss Lily Dell, one of the charmingyoung
Bled, live deer, and on Monday came aeu In September. SiCOTTh C.\HBO.DHiEl'iTI\'Jo:
belles of this town, returned honu COMPOUNDIt ) ) Chapman c Sudlow
1 Ouboto and started nine more. Traveling Auditor Acosta, of the ,
on Saturday. She had l been on a visit\ to leading
U a pieHoiiptlon' up by a /
I attain' Cook, with the sloop Yankee East Coast Line was In town Tuesday her sister, Mrs. Meiriwether at Palm physicHn' : who has nude: stomach and 1 South Jacksonville Florida.

,voile was here, Saturday last, with amy checking Agent Williams, who returns lleach. nervous troubles a specialty for years

consisting of Mr. R. L. BrownfleldJ to Fort Pierce Mr. Watts resuming We coiiit investigation and earnestly

two sons, of Philadelphia; Mr. Hoix charge of this office. Miss Pearl Tubhs, who has been on a urge physicians to write tin for the For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
visit to her grand-patents, left for liar formula'" of bcott's Carlss-)liigestive Compound ,
>k of Chicago; and Mr. S. F. Gray, Among those who took advantage of tow on Wednesday. She made many which we will\ mall on applica

f TitusUlle. They were prospecting in the excursion rate to Jacksonville\ last lion, that they may satisfy themselves "f
friends during her stay here who regretted -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (: -
gird to the stalling of an Industry for :Monday\ were Mr. A. R. Hodgson Mr to her leave. Its li.iiinli.HH character: and excellent

,I purpose of extracting the tanninom Wm. Treutler and Mr. Chris Hoehr see virtues Doalem all kinds of Raw: Mateiial, such ah SuI I'. Potash, Kalnit, ( otton
SCOTT'S CAKHO-DHlEhTlVK Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda: etc., etc.
the saw palmetto roots to be used Mr. returned Tuesday accompanied -
on
Hodgson COMPOUXIIs Bono ground and steamed I In tho factory In thieu different gilsts.SlT" .
leather. his wife and who ItUODIXU OHANGU TUHHS
family .
1 tanning by
the most temaikablo: remedy that Send for Pamphlets: and Pi Ices.
have been spending the summer months science It has succeeded
itngraphs at reduced prices for thirty i in Canada. Many of the most succesful orange where all over;medicines:: 1 have failed.:

days. at Woodward' gallery Titus- budders now dispense with the waxed Sold by druggists everywhere, fcl.ft( )
.1 The fishing fleet had a fine race over a
nlle Fla. strips of cloth for wrapping up the bud*. pur bottle. Sent to any address in
six-mile course last Saturday, the Defender America on receipt of pi'Ice. MUCK LANDS
sailed by Geo. Houston, winning They depend entirely upon wraNlngthem Don't forget that we cheerfully 1''fIl1111your

1 Banyan. easily; Valkyrie: sailed by John Galla- tight with twine, piesslngthe budsso money If results are not H.itlNt.tc. ,
close to the; stocks that no rain water tory. Older direct If your druggiiit does
gher, second; Artful Dodger, Frank
) have It.Address .
not
in behind them. Time bud III
. Ur Frank Harper moved to his new Houston, third. The Evelyn, John can get all orders to
slipped in the T cut, the twine Is 111 and half
.me, at Bonaventure last Monday. Riley; White Wings Murray Lourcey; up two : ;a aero tracts,
and started at the bottom of the bud being CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG CO.
Handsome Mary John Houston
Dr Webb
did not arrive last week as
looped over itself, wound very tight '
:It expected, but he is looked for daily. Luella, Al Foul, came In In the order Topeka, Kas. Fronting on Canal.
wound Is
;. named. Next Saturday a handicap race and close until the wholly O O O>> CI ei
Pineapples and egg plants are growing closed, then a gash Is made In the barkan
will be sailed over the same course.
.ely: although a good rain would do Inch or two above the bud and the but Mr. Apply to
editor with misrepresentations;
good. end of the tw Ine U caught In the gash, Informed ALBERT W.
Hall ha not been correctly b.\ ROBERT

Mr .I.I D.I Same 1 Is down as far as Lotus Roseland.Mr. making tying unnecessary. his Melbourne infoinnnt all to the number West Palm Beach Fla.

ting the brush out of the county road. Nothing but the best buds should be of people\ who are In favor of theshell ,

It hopes| to reach Banyan this week.A Cain is preparing one of the islands .. selected well ripened wood about the road, who signed the Creech pull

I. i number of citizens of Tropic and in the ban Sebistian river for size of a lead pencil. See that: the eyes tion against it. If theme are four-hftht "

tomato planting.Mr. of buds are full and plump, as they 'will\ STEVENS BROS & CO. c.-/
nyan enjoyed a social evening at the of the people\ ] against tho shell road from

"wlence of Mr. and :Mrs. P. McMillan: Moore has taken his launch Tarter always put out good strong canes or Melbourne or Its vicinity I want to knowIt. ,

.t Saturday evening. to Titusville\ to have the machinery shoots; If Immature buds are used, they Will Mr. Hall or his Melbourne In-

11r. R. C. Creech saw eight manatee thoroughly ovei'hauled. are sure to remain dormant long time,, formant furnish mo with the name of -znSTEVENS POTTEKY G.tlIANtTPAC1.'UUEUS \
and in Istances can never be excited ,
I ..r wa-cowg) In one herd in Banana hive It is understood that Mr. H. B. How many these peopleVlmo are the Melbouinc

one day last week. They were In ard has disposed of all his property In Into growth. ites that claim that In signing the petition -

'out four feet of water, and some of Sebastian, except about three acres for a Trim the stock six or eight Inches against the shell road!, thought they 010'-

hem were ver'large. home place.Mr. be above inserted the ground as low so us that possible.the buds With can a were signing In favor of It t Who an Well Curbing and Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all
others that claim that
.,I al apt Walter Kltching, with the trade Campbell Is making things the absenceof fly on budding knife make a cut In the bark did the not many understand the subject ? they Shapes and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and. .
Merchant was In Banyan over !Sunt the Mallory place. Barring
)' The captain said he saw some of pineapples, the field shows no signs ol across the shape the of stock.a large Take T, having the bud the shoot run As to my statement about Mr.) Houston Sand Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile..
former statement
he finest pineapple plants In Banyan he the freeze. between the thumb and finger of the that, I I reiterate have been my Informed that there, re'Save your money by buying close at Home, and from clever men.

:as 1 seen on the whole river. of Sebastian Is en- .
Mr. Paul Kroegel
left Ith the from
hand w point
| away you, was a movement on foot to Impeach) Mr. -- --- --
larging his carpenter and boat shop. and gently cut the bud ofT, drawing the Houston. I have been requested to gibe TILE REASONS ;

Ormond Beach. He was at Homeland getting sills for the knife toward Make the cut thinas
you. as about the mattoratpresent.
no more information You Should Buy a Yost Writing Machine : c
1 purpose being assisted by his brother possible; take off as little of the woodas -

Arthur and Mr. LawllOn.Coronado possible Insert the bud Into the slit
The! ; C. J. HhLTOK.
Saturday evening germans have It has no ItlblMrti or Shift Key.It .
lm'h reatly enjoyed. pulling It up which the shape of the
has I'erfect andI'ermancnt
Beach.Misses stem permits more readily than It does feel tired wearied
fh* 1011 and shoving It down. No wood need be removed go to the seaside for a few days. Alignment.
everyone seems bent on from the bud shield If It lit wrapped For railway and (hotel rates see nth and Durability, Strength,
)ovment. Mary and Susie Taylor returnedto
7th .
tight enough to force the shield to pages.REMEMBER/
11 nd their home In Orlando Monday, after Kaseof: Operation,
Mrs. S. D. Chambliss of
conform to the curve of the stock.If .
with Mrs. Smith.A Convenience antI
llan't pleasant visit Beauty
at the Coquina for an ex- a very for fall budding, the twine can remain THESE FIGURES.The .
"ileil! stay party composed of thirteen came on for two or three weeks before of Woik, that i is found

Sit mud Mrs. W. T. Parsons, who are down from Ormond Monday in a naph- being removed. The stock is allowed to total assessed value of property In no Other Typewriter.

c" known on Indian River, are enjoy1 tha launch. They took dinner at the remain untouched until the following in Itrevard county l is two _ j

.1 vacation by the sea. Coronado and returned home In the spring, when it U cut down to within million, two hundred thousand dol Z'f bend for Catalogue to

M.[ Hattie Hudson, of Orlando, is at evening.Mr. four or six Inches of the bud, the left

," 1 ''ulna! and delights all by her ele- John Sharp and hit sister Miss part above the bud answering well to tie lars.Mr.Flagler's holdings are taxedat 'r FIELDER & MOWER ,

ID' 'lecution on the piano.I Florence, left for Jacksonville last Monday the shoot to. This should be done an six hundred thousand dollars. f.eiwral Houlhrru Agnttt

I lt" where they will assist In the man- soon a* It Is four or five Inches long ai The J., T. k" K. W. K'y companyat YOST WRITING MACHINE. ieslcrsInetMceanti Typewriter Supplies
uw party at the Wilson\ cottage For all )(achlne.. aiUm: lilbhous letter "Kites Typewriter 1m-
It agement of the Geneva hotel, which Mr. it keep the shoot straight making fine almost hundred thousand paper paper
""Inl: a most delightful time, and of one [>reslou. Books. Write us for prices on what you need.
has leased for a term
1 tl. Frank Sharp straight trees. dollars.
not break until next week. KIELDKIt: A MOWER
up years. Miss Helen and Mr. Hubert Sharp Wild lands, owned by corporations No. II Wall Street Kimball tiou w. Atlanta. (ilTITUSviM.I :
*
! \.1IIIIon ana cottage is occupied by Wm. will continue to run the Coronado. For Sale, about two hundred and ,--
and family.\ Miss Mildred Wat-
The late arrivals at the Coronado are* eighty thousand dollars.
"Otl of the most ladies ; WIATIIIU itiIMHIT. :-
:n. charming Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Turner and ion, of All\ kinds of orange and lemon trees, Total, of these three !item, nine

Sanford; Mrs. M. C. Savage Misses Iney buds and giafts. Delivered by expressor hundred and eighty thousand dol- .

I..'" tly to the disappointment of herr and Ethel Savage, Sanford; G. D. Bryan, rail, prepaid! Buds, *5.00 per 1,<**); lars-nearly a round million. The following a comparative state1IIt't1& New Smyrna x Livery
Miss graft at 7.00 per 10UI. free from scale of and rainfall for the
Juna Robinson has left then temperature
J. T. least
taxed
Palm Beach Chan. O. Blyth, NOD.residents are at
,' West ; and all ts>ata. bend money order or togIstered week eliding Wednesday, Aug :2ri, 'U5. :
and will\ make an extended Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wright, Mr. letter. Address: six hundred thousand dollars ; our .
J4.! -18t/1'i.-
j "rtn Frank and Silas Wright, Jr., Mr. Verne C. K. TAVU, home people do not pay onefourthof -*# Stable # *-
4' Kedlaiuls\ .HII: MAX. MIV. MAX. MIX.U ,
Hotel. Coquina dancing ha been and Miss Marie Glllan DeLand; Mr. J. .-5t San llernanlo Co. the taxes. M 70 M 7.$
,
tav rite diversion and seems to X. Drl\J>>haw, Orlando; the Misses Lila California. The one thousand voters in the M $7 7'* sal 71
C. I,. .
.1'1.' u in a desultory way from morn- and Margaret Early, Sanford; Mr. and county do not pay over oneeighthof :H M 71 HO 73ft DOIIN.ll'Ol)1'iefOl'

1T'il! night. Mrs. A. G. Terrier, Montreal; Jno. 1C. the taxes. The one thousand KM* 7V XJ 74
The Shell toad IMuuixlon.MciBotritvr :/ I i<0 71 hH MlMl
,M' H i I.. Brownfield and his two sons, Moore, St. Louis; II. D. Uppard, Atlanta voters who have the power to tote t7 71 M e0

'.""* been on Indian River for some ; J. B. Coarsey, Jacksonville.\ bonds will\ not hate to assume more 94 to9 7< 87 74 Hacks Meet All Trains. '

"" 'topped<< for a couple of days at the Time ADVOCATE correspondent., who rl.AUC' 57114. than twenty thousand dollars ; thatIs Total rainfall for the week! 0.7J: Incite.
'. I ". I y,,.r.. G/'Asw .t Ww4toa: dollar head or sixty- Departure from normal rainfall for the Passengers and baggage trss./srvel to
on their Items from this twenty per
way north. has, for over a year sent week : nttnus 014 !Inches Departure all part of the city, and o..ado'
J'I"' well known Florida poet Mr. S. rlllag by the so*, and haa..azcedy been Dear Mrs-I desire to answer time six feats per year for thirty years. from normal rainfall since January 1st; livaeh. Call on me before perfeertng
statement jMiWW4 lo yabtaUe Will the road not lie worth sixty .
lour arrangements.XEW8MVHXA
;'r'wn, whose charming pastoral, out vf bearing of the ruyntto sounds .f minus 1I Inc4i I s.

"r'"'11101 Cave," reeeetly appeared, Uv' the ocean durlftg that Ua.., expects soon paper on the 14h ''*., trade by Mr. 15. six cents per year to the .rtr.g.e J. R.: LAxut'xTrtc, YIANtIDA
Y. 11 M. I bave desire to charge the t
''n e a greatly needed rest at Orrnood W be away-at least for a wbifo-but U. M voter Observer.












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I THE FASHION PLATE. ALEX!: NY.AI1.: -
"'- The average height of man in the l'Ulto: T"t'tot

Basket woven duck i I. in great de United States '1s 5 feet, lot Inches; I In NEAR & TAYLOR

mend for fancy vests. England S feet 0 Inches In France e ,
; < (Successors! to John
\ White drill costumes will be mncl feet 4 Inches In Me Alllit,,
r : ; Belgium, 5 feet, 6J
; \ worn again this summer Inches Artesian Well Contractor

1,1 1 -_ --- _. Modistes are using large quantities odresdcn ,
ribbons for dress trimmings STATIC or OHIO, CITY or TOLKKO, i( EAU CALLIE, FLA.
t.r I *'
CULTURE
LltAftCoUXTY.' {
f
Scotch -
plaid accessories --
appear upon FRIHK J. Foit
CiirNEY makes
that
: oath
', .: The Thins. That She Learned at the After,. the round or slightly pointed bodices ot he In -
the senior
I partner of the firm of
t h '' j noon Uter ry, dark silk gown. F. J. CllEXKT; A Co., doing business WINES and

I 'n ; ; Mrs. Van Can *r came in from the, The most fashionable white coctnmes In the City of Toledo, County and State SPIRITS

I I i afternoon literature claw radiant with I and toilets are snow white with not a aforesaid, and that said firm III pay the ,'

"r good spirits hint of cream in the tint. sum of ONE HUNDUKD DOLLARS r N # # BEEltSf5
i, "My dear" the said to her hnsbond each and every case of Catarrh that can- _V-
Skirts
M die jeonppd for him to kiM her and continue to be but littletrimmed not be cured by the use of IIvLt's r4kUA11 /
and the point of elaborate CIGARS
t CATARRH CLUE f z ETC
nnbntton her gloves, "I have had jut rsrrrrrrra ,
decoration is
still the
waist
t f the loveliest afternoon. 80 delightful I FHAIK J. CHK\KV' OF THE FINEST QUALITY

So instructive I It was all about Mme. The round waist ia still in the front Sworn to before me and subscribed i In GO TO

331 I I ,j iJ d'Arblay and next week we are to have rank of style. It is a charming fashion my presence this Oth day of December,

'::1 Charlotte Bronte. 1 can't tell you what for slender graceful forms but for these A. D. 1880.J /NaxINANf e Loslcy & Benaker
; : alone. J t A. W. GLEASOX,
a racceM them reading are. J STAG Families
J Notary Public Supplied
I Her husband looked up from the stab Though wide and flaring at its circa Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally(

; 1 ;: of bin checkbook, which may have accounted lar edge the summer cape of whatever and acts directly( on the blood and mu ;Will nrOur be Lodging and Lunch>

.! .' for hi. ill humor, as he replied: material, fits the neck and shoulders as cou surfaces of the system. Send for side Washington Ready by Oct 1. Situated .B

i. "Nothing bnt wante of time. I'd be perfectly as a bodice. testimonials, free. K. W. depot and ave.ADVOCATE, between block,I f a

j,. willing to bet ticket* to the theater that Some of the new hats worn this season F. J. Curxrr: ,

y yon can find out more about Mme. d'Ar are of vast circumference and not Toledo, O.S2r"Sold .

/1; blay in the encyclopedia over there i itl' in content with this, at the extreme edge by all Druggists, 73c.; HODGES &

) I : five minnteo than you could learn in a appears a wide frill of straw. GODFREI

: 1-! I )\ week by trotting off to them meeting. Many of the imported jackets of light Carolina A Frenchman few who settled In South 1 The "Advocate" Job & Newspaper( Offices Manufacturers l
::1 I ; I can't underKtaod why a lot of womenget covert cloth have white cloth vests and a years ago, planted 151 of

; together and rave overcome literaryohflfltnnt acres In asparagus At the end of six _
A few show
rovers Louis XIV waist.
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: ; rJ that they really don't care coats of brilliant cerise red cloth. years he sold his farm and returned to I Sheriff Sale Yellow Pine late r

1 anything about. Now I am not Bayinganything Grass cloth in his native country with a fortune of Notice. ,
costumes
I ecru or pale
J agalnxt Fanny It'lC .
all know Barney flax color are elaborately trimmed with .2;'IJfloo?: All persons havingelslm' irainst the estate( NITER and hv virtue of an execution Imr, ROt OH A [1IIF.II En.Or.nle .
right to about
her and to John late of Hrevsnl l ilt-ceaiwil I U .
embroidered Green county ing out of the e'ountrcourt in and for nvaril -
I < h: hare read hor book, but when yon grass cloth bands and edg The most easterly point of the United are hereby required 1 to present them, duly: county Florida, In a case thereinpending Box Ilesids,
I I.. 411 come home and tell me that have ing A feature of these suits is the immense State Is Quoddy Head, Me. ; the most authenticated. ; to the i: umlerslgneil 1 within the ..h<.rein Stephen] U linger is plaintiff Fruit t egetahle Crstn
I you rl xl nwcriled.ll thin, mice will IKi
sailor; collar bordered |i < >v law or amlJrsseJ. Tucker Is defend int, I have levleil
learned I at) much and been so inhtrncted, with a very westerly, Attoo Island, Alaska the most i l their reooven,' and all |wrsons. upon and will sell at public auction In front of Lumber delivered at any part ,nI Inlet EII
1 wide bund of the eyelet hole embroidery. lndrbtedtosaid. estate are notified lo make Immediate the con rthoiiHe door tn TIt s vlll. Florida, on on through bill of lulling An). n' mteriq I
it dot make trifle ::
J : why, ; me a weary northerly, Point Barrow Alaska; the ( I'a\iutmt. to the Brut. :Monday In Septemlwr IHlPn. dnrintc the logbnllmiiugintheEast, Coat ,t, 1i';, .6 1, we
Hi >wife< an.ewith a dan Re roUII map The latest sleeves from Paris while most southerly, Key West, Fla. CHAnirS' T VHIBrKr: : :, legal hours of sale to the highest and Iwt Mel write farpricee. The I Sawmill\ If nitnatu ".tt
!tf. in her eeathrew her cloak over her large and full in a style very appropriate Administrator with the will annexed Ire for caxh, the following real estate, to-wit: J., T. & K {Y. Ry. a miles tout), 'I i I alalttSatsunlallights,1'ulltahl
for It I IN computed that 07 peopledie and Thin, July Jiith l II/I. aiirt-ep.2ti. The east .ne-halr of the north one-half of the
1
1( arm, tenderly pinned her hat on top of light summer textiles, and free ..niith one-half of the northwest quarter of thiorthwest to.F
1 I :; it and started to leave the room. from the ruinous crashing effect of 70 are bom every minute. quarter; all being In section three ((3)nwnshlp ),

I 11.t 1f "You horrid heavy wraps put on above them are reducing SlIt'rlft" Salt twenty (C/II.), south of range thirty-nvi
old
!I" she
mean thing less.
i ((:16))east, containing are (5)( ) acres more or
t'i exclaimed OH tihe turned and faced him. II
: "Yon dou't know thing about It. I to more normal lines.-New executed at the A'VOCATFJHce/ U\log>FR out and of the by virtue(onnty' of Court an execution In and: fur lssu lire-' aug9-aiig30 Sheriff llrevaril Co. I SANDERS, I

I 'Ij I r could have learned as mnch at home, York Poet! TltuHville. Circulars, hand bills, notelieads vard county Florida,In a suit therein pen.lInff -

; could? Let me tell you that I've got letter hi;tils, envelopes, stitu- whtreln Howell Tit,, In |,latntlfT and Jane Master Notice. Dealer in --
I sL\ :! THE AMERICAN INDIAN ments etc. Sty' I :defendant, 1 have let I led time::;' and
etc :
the name and addre"se* of three new tags, ] will nnasl imlillr auction In front of courthouse
I iloor In ritiifvllle, Inrlila, on the drat
: t", dressmaker in my notebook, and I mtuo \\ At the coming the whites tattooing ::11",1"1 In 11'101..1', 1 IX!is, during the |legal| hoursof In the Circuit Court, Bre\aul County, DRY GOODS NOTION
\ ;j lean' than 14 styles of new bonnet, was almost universal the Indians. t'J.s Kale, to the highest 1,1.1,11'1'.I, for cash, the following Florida : ,I
11 ; among 'r real estate, toIt: All of lot one ((1), of.ecU..n
: \ of them IV CIIA1\TEIIY.-
one just a* cute a
every they .
'j li The only trading Indians at the time fe ) thirty-twn ((32)). and all of lot four ((4)), of AND
1 'r can be HO there I" and she flounced her section thirty three (cut: township tnlrty-noven Timothy :I -.I'hY. et. alH ., )
.11 i' r golf out of the room, while her husband of the discovery were the Huron Iraq ferseagstea4BBaas ((3n, nth. of range forty-one ((41; east; containing \ }
I f uol : Mi u-inu acres, more or leuJAMLS The Indian River Steamboat ('0., et al IXT Choice Groceries
I! ;, ; strong man that he was, bowed hi* head =E I;. BOWMAN: <>TICK Is hereby given by virtue fif an order' ,
': ( over hi* checkbook and muttered hoarsely Among the Indians as among moss anl(3fJ..I't21 Sheriff Brevarcl County l\ made; in the 1 alxne entitled cause by the

t I 'OJ',1 to himself, "And thi ia culture 1"- savage and barbarous peoples all the SI tSIllIt1S01iTS. | I 18W, to Judge all creditors of said ('(::I'j'other and dated persons August having 7th, Hay, Corn, Mapes' Fertilize

'i Brooklyn Life. ornament is monopolized by the men. claims against! the said Indian River SteamUiat
U Notice.In Company to Intervene or |>ro|>ouiid their claims
) 1 : The average volume of the Indian Where to Over the J. St. A. I In the alxi\e entitled ease on or before the 16th FINE PATENT FLOUR.
: U : A Jndte of Men. brain as shown from the measurementsof go day of Septemlier i:: A 1) 115: for "participation: : :In
: ..; I. 1C. Circuit, Court 7th Judicial Circuit of the diHtrilintlon, of the assets of the defendant:
( I. They were upending the rammer in n'arl.IOOO skulls is 77 cubio Inches. UallMttj. companv the said Indian River Steamlxwt Company Ooooit.; UPlorlda.COMPOUND .
i the mountains, and men were few The Several Indian tribes named Florida, Bievard County, A. V. H\!!);). arising from the sale of the property, ofsal0 I
were Loand are sold to New ( 1 defendant I l bv filing a petition In
J. Cockshutt
Thomas
I I" little company
stout middle aged man Roomed to from the locality in which they resided, Smyrna Daytona, Ormond, St. Augustine \rt { 11111 tn remove trusF the Clerks: ottli.e of said: court. Nothing :in the I
h 4 .iI r F bo the life of the hotel lIe was every. as the Delaware, Mountain and River and other places In close proximity A. {'bal'ltell.' et. aid ) teen. etc<<:, salt) ordi, r of the said court or In this notice OXYGEN

whore, attending to every thing. He hud Indians to the beach. For rates see below. IT appearing,\ by affidavit of :defendant; I hall their require letitions creditors and Intenened who have In already said caueender tiled
In his belief the ,
f ols itr that
1" "r; a Bmile and a joke for everybody, and The oldest ruins on the western continent The following are a few of the well- \\'. !', Day, lives In or near Mimphls. In the the former. order of said court to retile
J.J.d. had been particularly devoted to the known seaside resorts of the East Coast: State of Tennessee and that. Memphis In hispostottUe their petiHun.auglllep6
I' are believed to be those of Co- further Restores strength, quiets tin nerve>
i i from and that there I* no person W. H. RAKER
e { young girl Chicago." pan. They were deserted long before OitMoM: ).-One of the finest teaches n the: ;State of Horl.ia\ : siiliiwna elan| whom August Vth, lx%. Si9clal Master and expels disease
t v ft"I hate gloomy men, she Bold "I the conquest and their origin forgotten. on the East Coast Bathing superb., world Mm all def'olallt. It Is ord.red thataid 1 Proof, the most convincing 1 "iffen-/
: I to the bill of com mde
I' to see men bright and jolly and Both in Mexico and Hotel Coquina, Stlser & Vining, pro ilulnt W.herein P. av nlfil appear', on the answer:Jinl day of Notice.In free to all who suffer rail see a'
: : cheerful like you. think a man' bud i- elsewhere great prietors. Street car meets all trains. x and that this order lie' t>ul>ll. It4TteUl'lt'r. or write for further information! Boo

I, ness creeps into hi* manner to a con aid- confusion has arisen among the antiquarians Excellent drive8.COHOJUDO.Well. week for four consecutive. : weeks In the IxnuvRIVEK of 200 pages sent free.

t ,, i crable extent, don't yon?" from confounding recent monuments worth a visit-fine county ADVtxArr of llre.arl.Wltll., a newspaper, published Insaid Circuit Court, Brevard County Fla : Home or office tieatmcni < "n ulb:

t "Um, well, I don't know ho said with those of more ancient date beach. Coronado hotel. Hacks meet .... the Honorahlo, John [I. Indian River Loan& Investment )' tlon

"It may, but you can't always tell" but erected by the same people. s all trains and transfer passengers und [ L. K. J I Tltustllle IlnaumeJudge, .'!\01'1011thl.or said court. second at Coin'pan 8. ), } free.Hrs.. Starkej V I'ak-ii,

\ "I con, she said cheerfully" "At The French was the only nation that Baggage to the beach at reasonable rttes. day of August, lw" J. 8t Cyr Matson antI Andrew
(In
't H Lee 1520 Arch Street Philidelphia
z' : j least I can generally come pretty clone acquired permanent ascendency over Take J., St. A. & I. It. IVy train to New A. A. BTMlAKfau30 : TO J. St. Cyr Watson and Andrew 8. Lee : ,
t to it. Now take that the Indians without serious The Smyrna. tlerk
f you funereal, solemn wars. : haxlng l been made by the Agent
I Ii AFFIDAVIT; t l
j : f looking man that we we on the veranda efforts of tho French to upraise the condition DA\TOVA.-Very excellent beach for o t sod tiled In this office that

,; '. every night lIe look and acts as i il of the Indians were earnest, but Mine,: driving and bathing hlborden; Notice.In lorida you,etc are,each and over non-residents twenty-one I of years the mate of age of JACKSONVILLE STEAM DU

if he bud last l his last friend and never all failed. boarding house and Seaside Inn on the Now, therefore, you are required to appear to

j l I expected to have another He is somber There is in the Mississippi valley a, beach (see advts. on 7th page). Hacks the Rule bill Day of complaint In tSeptemlx-r Clod In A this U 18:cause K> living on the the WORKS.

t in his dreiuniig too. His manner show show system of earthworks extending from meet all tiains. Circuit Court, lire vard County : second day of the month,:and plead, : answer or

I seriously he looks at life and i if an the great lakes to the gulf. They are of lorlila. (oast Line (anal STrannpurtatlon 1 ileimir lament", to 111 said Iw taken bill In...due confessed course and; otherwise said causejirotvedex the The above establishment is under of-

,, 1, IJ observing person can't tell exactly what various dimensions, and generally crown \ s. Company y In Chaoc..ry.Lonl. -pane. management. We positively guarantr
b his business ia she ought to be able to the tops of hills and have defenses and SATURDAY TO MONDAY RATES TO Ilam'h,Johanne Hunch RIVEB This 1 ochre ADVOC-ATK Is to for I* four imhllshed consecutive In the weeks INDIAN our work equal to that of any norther

: get somewhere near it anyway. approaches very cunningly contrived. THE SEASHOKE. anIlI..rtllllirlllln: Benr JAFFIDVMT Done and ordered, at the Clerks office at city.
bating been made I by the Agent TItual llle, lorida, this the Uth day of
"What should think he July.
e I you wa' While there are no statistics available, Commencing Saturday, June 22011, and : II' of the complainant I In the A 1) In! as witness the Honorable John fm.Itname.luml :
11 "An undertaker, or a tombstone manu careful estimates from all possible continuing! every Saturday until Scptenil slave suit that the defendant, Louis Kaui'h '6 e of said Court, and mjr as Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.
30th ticket and Johanne Ranch are over the age of :21 years, Clerk thereof. and the seal: of said rd
faotnrer divorce round to Or- o
or a lawyer >er -trip
t or possibly i sources of information make it probable hat they reside sal l'hunt the I State\ of Florida, date aforesaid Ladles Goods Cleaned! or Diet!
(, I a heavy tragedian. that at the time of the nond, Daytona and New Smyrna will) be In Copenhagen, Denmark, and that
discovery there :bett' : A. A. STEWART
sold at rates shown below limited to In the State of K lorida servicetof
I "Well he isn't one of them. no 1 jierson or t>
any were not more than 600,000 Indians in the date of sale for subpoena upon whom. could bind said tie- Robblni &: Graham. Clerk Circuit Court Dying Silks and Cleaning good
"Do yon know him What is he?" all North America.-St. Louis Globe- Monday following '.. Sid, for (Couipl I Seal IaiiKZaiiKJO most delicate texture a Specialtj 6ea
she asked eagerly. Democrat return Now, therefore' Louis" llauch and JohanneRaucb ( Circuit Court i for price list. .
'" are Each hereby required to appear to
;- ; "He is a professional humorist. -TO- he Mil of complaint tiled In this causa upon the MAINIIAUD BROS.. Pro|*
New
I\lIlyma Drat :November, A l> IH'JS, to answer Notice of
"Dear men how surprising I Now, I TURF TOPICS. FROM : IrmmiJ Dayton furCorunaitu Monday Attachment
aid bill In due course. otherwise the same will P
should have thought that might have : IS'cb be taken confesso, and said cause" proceed No. 13 Newnan St., Jacksonville >
... pro
Saladin is said to be as good as 'iTIStlLLK SI 12. tlZl *IOI>
ever
been your business, but certainly not City I'ulnt 1 :JO 125: 11: ex I'ane. In the County Court of the State of
( his this year. ('ttra. ...... 14ii 13"f:I It ts directed that this notice be published Florida
S What lit your business? > In and for Urevard County
nee each week for eight consecutive weeks In :
it "Oh, I am an undertaker. "-Chi cage Don Juan 3 .IS/ was burned to deathin ckleilie Ere: 'hauls'! ., 31 1411, ills 1 :do 21 1 a,% the INDIA KIVCB ADVUCATK, published In Hlbbard, Spencer| Kartlett ) W. H GLEASON & CO.,

Times-Herald. a recent fire at Cleveland. :lollMHiniB.... 2411 a 4U ton l Titusvllle, Florida & Go., Incorporated. I
tone and ordered at the clerk office at Titus
lamtiffs
,
elutstiun SIM S *> SMI } Attachment
W. O'B. life, this 24tn day of August A 1> 108 ATTORNEYS IN LAN> CASE
i Macdononghwbopaid/ ,- .ort 1.I"rce..... S:2S B :29 (29ilvn :
No More F .apse. 000 for Ormonde, has now a colt sired .: ...... uno sole 61 i W. A A. 8TEW ART, Geo.Y. Clementl.defendantj
j ,'tmsvn .. .. .. Hit sift 4 Lestnt I Heal | Clerk of Court: TO Geo V. dementi", defendant, in above entitled BAMIXED
'i After the of t Ormonde of GRANT:
i filling pct prison warder by out Getaway. Juiiiter. I7i> T70 770W I 1 Circuit Court 18senovl suit, and all other jwrsons Interested: TITLES TO SPANISH
c ; for ten years Brnschini! adopted the profession The veteran sidewheeler B. B. has 1'ulm I Item l h S 10 8 10 K 70 ATOU are hereby notified that a Writ of At. AND PERFEl TEll

of gravedigger been stepping quarters in 83 seconds at J.tachiuent has been Issued against you and

I "What led you to change your occupation Charter Oak and is in better form than CALL FOR A SPECIAL nand your of Hlbbard:property, SiHjncer attached, Bartlett to I satisfy& Co the do.IncoriMirated El

t ?" inquired a friend. he ever was. SUMMER RATES TO THE SEA. ELECTION: and amounting to Muety-four dollars. \ ABSTRACTS FURNISHED A\D
thirty-three cenu
"The circumstance that, in my new In an English journal it is stated that S1IOKE. Now unless you shall: appear before the Court SURVEYS OBTAINED
i
employment, I have no to fear oil of for In said suit and plead or demur to the dmlara-
escape I the Question Howling
John W. Muckay, Jr., has "a red andgreen Round: Trip tickets to Ormond, boa tiled heroin, at the Clerk. office In Titus- Defective Homestead and Pre-Empti

-Papagallattedder -horse, the animal's skin having Daytona and Xew Smyrna, limited to a Shell ltoa U ville Rule, lorida. said county and State on the Entries Corrected and Perfected
10
been October 31st, 1815 I will) be sold daily un Day Octoher, A It isle icing the 7th tilt Oeftr>
,/ .4f tad Wiser treated chemically. : Whereas it U deemed expedient by day of said month a default will be entered Claims adjusted before

1, ,: j I t \ The ill natural mastiff that had made John Splou has bought the team Alha September Milt, at following'ratel: this 1 Board that bonds be Issued to the against bo made you to the in due Court course for and final application judgment, will and I went at Washington.

\ j ) and Adeline. for Baron -TO- I amount of one hundred and fifty thoua- your property will be sold to the debt Correspondence solicited ,
," a leap at the tail of a panning cow and .. .. They are ,..... "/nun.. pay '
got kicked into the gutter for his pains ualU or '.meet, Austria one or the owners FROM: Oriiunid IJa.tooa---fr";; -- and dollar, drawing! Jive per cent inter. Dated this 2Mb"day of June A D1898.A EAU CALLIE, FLA.
of Istria and Nauft IlL lorona.loB'chTlTISVILLK : est, which bond shall not run more thanhlrtytbree A. BTfcWART.
picked himself and limped .
up slowly ft.L
.... '.' 6S U29 *1Mrlu : yean from date, and shall nooums oc uranam, Clerk.
,'I away. At every trotting meeting where the ..lianl ..... 1 70 *' I h9 have coupon attached for the amount Plaintiff. I Seal County ami Leap

"It never pays" he said "to Jumpat pool l box is at all an important feature I .Hanlerrllls..I'suit ma. sea 319 ivo II so 1.15 yjuitv of each annual Interest payment, and jutytfl.'r ( Court. | Pineapple, Orange

a conclusion "-Chicago Tribune. the judges" should detail an intelligent I "' Point ... S 4
man to keep them ... lilt! ago 515)Caiulna. 00 at Tituavllle Florida the Notice '
thoroughly pouted on payable ,
.. .. .... ill 349 170Itnuavtmtur ; ; of PI.earlland ;
Am UBMttlsfWtorj Answer. the turns of the of which said bond shall be have for sale 80 acres
betting. *.. :373 :3 /to 79Inwla proceeds mU, k
Prospective Father-in-law-And you ... 1110 $ Englishmen Court
promise to make have always maintained, .jui .laili. 4 "'I 4 Xi 3:*> gold shell, road the entire length of the Brevard Count. low Eden, 40 of which being
I my daughter happy and they found a ready supporter in the tarot .. 45" 4o5 341MxllxHira ; Florida : of northeast quarter .w **:;
I' Enamored Youth-I will care for her *.... .110. 439 3SATilluian county. New Haven quarter 41 ell
/ r t like ate John A. )Morris that their bet .... .. till *. .till Now, therefore, it is ordered that an Banking Company, 18, township 38, south of range
I : a beautiful flower horace could give ours at least seven lalahar .. 4 lit> 499 3malkarla > election be called, to be held on the (aJ07.m uon), the other 40 is the northeast quart'of
:) Prospective Father-in.law-I hope "' 4 Ml 4 7i. 1118 Win ?. DeLuna and } of *eV5
and southeast
I pounds a beating. .. second Tuesday In October, A. D. 181)or \ \ Jcwenhine I quarter
erant. 5 08 4 *> 4 nil ;
I yon don't mean that she Ia to live on i DeLuna bis wife, and W R. of 41 eAit
south range
38
t One of the most tncoeesfnl turf plnn- Micro sau 4W 4 uKoM the purlotof submitting the Harden township ,
water and air?-Texas Sittings. >Un4 .. 94.1 919 441'. 1ue. '
I lon of the issue of bond to the The above land can be
gee" in Chicago i. a woman named Mrs ttl_ttaa" 1110 S2B 499iknllvjr AFFIDAVIT having been made before see by bombmarsh
I Wright. She is reserved andqull'tl1. dresaee \ a..*> 5 till 4 Soiiiford oters of Orevard county "' for the complainant that per acre. It Is suitable
I'I 1 very u9 > ... SoS Such election shall be held under the William V ['eLua and Josephine. : p. He. orange lemon or lime growing
but when she favors a hone's Itt. LurU .. Luna are non-residents of the State of Florida,
S4.1 S4S 570S'ortl'lerr.
of the act of 31 1815! of
May ,
His tint Css r1snrat. provision and l reside In the sold in !lets of +
chances she beta from $500 to 1000. ,. SS9 &> I no city and State of New\ York Will be 40FCRb
Wblte t'Ity ... Tin till < InAokuua the law of Florid, and the form of the and that they are, la the belief of the aftlsnt. cash. This land will soon
i 1 r E. R Thornton Buffalo, has invented .. .. 78: TOO S29kiltm ballot for such election shall be for over tat)'-..... ,.... of age,etc
I9 T2:<. 9us <> toiutj or .'.Igoiualfunds.. !Such election Now, therefore laonlered that you, the said per acre. '
a new bicycle buggy for trotters The
... Wllllaml'.IMLunaand
Josephine P HeLuna
1 ,
n. 7S9 1 SkS Walton AuvaT
animal stands between four wheels ands tiiart.. .. .. TSu fW 550. hall be held at the several places where I do enter your apiwaranr* the (Clerk u.lsw' Apply to C. II.
with Alicia lo t"9 7 la the last general election was held. I. TltWrlilel'lurbla. to bo Coiuphtluant bill office; or to Kobbl 4 Grshacvine ...
s geared to take
up surcingles as Si den sSo S 7 So And It 1 il further ordered that the react of rnmplalnt on or "before the Rule liar In Senteiuhrr. .
1 1r ; much weight off his feet as desired. HolaSound.. 1 So 1 ; ? do A D isuft, being the second day. of the
: west Jal'lt..r.. 550 s\11I Tin lutioa be published once In each week month and thai you du plea.l. answer or demnr
w'. l' wllll.'b.1& .!&o a m for four week prior to the date set for Ui the (' mal.iala.l's said bill of complaint.
\\a g..PT. aid election in the several newspapersprinted otherwise. the same ..11110. taken against,; ton a.
Conductors will sell ticket from confessed and said cause will bn ordered to
"Doctor," wed the sick man rolling in Brevard county, to-wit. The >n,txHl sx.,pane. i

up his eyes till only the white no-agent stations Melbourne Times Cocoa and ltockll'ttiteXew. In It IbeIxDI.hi ritret teal. RIVEB that this AOXX-ATK order shall* published. 5088(5 '
j and I onu eat h week
HorliUMar! I>IAX Jtlva.aAOVOCATL
showed "why I. it that in the days Jost.ru RICHAKIN, lor four eousecutiv week. ?

I when I ate no melons except stolen ones General Passenger Aent.Walton' 0.ordttntl at the Clerks ofllc at
7tb 1M with ,
Paused August four rttusvllle Florida, this the shed daY of July, ,
i they never bothered me in the least and, votes in favor and one In opposition-the i iI I" aa .11..... lh. Hu.snbls John D. BroonM, esu5ti .
now that I am a man and buy melons Judw and A A. Stewart, clerk of said
T "How did you make such a mess of my Rapid Calking Machine Chairman. the tau& above written. court
) you faoe Moike?" as an honest man should, they tie VS.OO, 11000 and 15.00 each. In u.. I i

"01 cannot tell a kyle Oi did ft w'd me up in seven kinds of knots?"-Indianapolis by many of the principal boat-builder* I I (Send the ADVocATE an order for any Robblna Graham A A Clerk STEWART Circuit Court, STEEL Swwwtlaq

r.. bttU h.trbM.Tnth.. Journal la the \ortb. bee pamphlets and testimonials l.. '111oluutae
_ forCoinplt. I Seal
job printing you'need.] ..."*-:* i Clrcalt Court j i p w



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RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 30. 1895. 7C





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I? JOHANN ORTH STILL ALIVE JOSEPH II. DUllKKn, Receiver.
PERSONAL GOSSIP.

.. a t teme.b Regarding; the Ho. I .
., Hue
s ...tl. A nhd..... / n n '/ der Cecil Rhodes is a very rich man and IllIt'TIt :'\\ollllTn -
qt '
mystery surrounding the di apranee SI !llttl I 1, +FJellr (U generous with his 'wealth. c----e--j-.0Tlmr, :\ : : TnII InffrrIApr,1S, VSI ,.. ... :'\\of). ''II. I\o'i'llli:\ : :

The of Johann Orth the romantic Justice Hirlmt ill fl feet 2 inches and : I ,.I.AlKenITTTF:.. AtTVia '" F'ii---: : '

Mnte Johann Salvator of Austria, his wife nearly ait tall They are thelargest ":: .: ialAa : I I'I': 0I5:i. :" Palatka .I '. :: :.: a085ta 4aeau: 4d: I'i3.'r: n

hia privilege and titles couple in life. .... .... aiii a II \ .. .. "lIln'IIIII')'' .' 111I111; ourn'l II. pm
renounced public
. ...
0 fCI/I. 17 CI a ('I'\'Ol'rIlU""Jlln..U..n ''311 .11I la4pat lnpm'
groW deeper 8.11 time goes by Miss Annie S. Peck, aseholtrlyyoung .....,.. 5005 Uat. 10M.I": . ." 11I-.111. .." ,, .. 1..111 14.1'11I UaJplll
Jftban have passed since .. .. ... CLla U/I4I./ he'I.clm 141"llIjCII" 1.1.111 2epar UlSam$04)a
three years "
I woman of Providence, is to make the .... I ;t2a : .. .... 'l'\'d..I". .. ".. 215atn I45pm,101Sam,
reported that he had gone down to ascend the Matterhoru this 1115) a .. 1 s) n .. ....
p ;
M attempt .
.. .. .. .
Pacific waters with his vessel, r : :: ::: : IIMaI.vl. .I"'I..n.I. I i.1r.:::: :: : :: stj.n240a : :
oath summer ... .. tmAr 'allrn.1' Ly Imam: IQOpn110aa415a
"
e Jlarftarete/ then on her way from Dr Arabella Kenealy: daughter of ... .. .. ...". '1811' Orlando .. .. .. Il4aaun "a.m... .....
Bo rumors have arisen since ". .. .. 4/141./, "'il' ... .. .. hl..lew-e. .. .. Ilropm tOIlll.1II ....
ile the counsel for the claimant in the Tich .. ... 1110. 1I''I"r' 1IaI... .. I.e'C5)pt0' .loam. .. .
'n that he is still alive and these rn HOTEL ROYAL POLNC1AXA, borne cane, has given medicine for .". ... .." .. .. 111:1.: Ar" .. .I'Iml" H..r" "". "",Le / 2 :s' ''' '' I.I .. ."...5a .
at least will not die. up .. . ... ... : 1I''I.\r' . 1any... ".. .. I.y tf4.1I'1' I..ml ...

Cr One 11'1. of the most persistent believersthe PVLM IJEUH, LAKE UOKT1I literature.Christina of has receiveda : :: : .. ..aas a a90pAt 4u5pAr; : ,, ': ',T.tir.m.n. : : ". .... Iv I.e: iSpm'7.10ain.. ; ::1. : :' :: :::.

theory that the archduke ia still Queen Spain Ion u,.111,em Y::11'1' u, ,I.y tee Tampa; Ar :tn pu '.II"",. an !Pan
land of the living is Professor OPEN DURING THE WINTER :SEASON: ACCOMMODATION: FOR 1,000. bequest of several million francs, 'with: 11'es' and aa) ) hrr N'e.t I.v ISIS p m 11 and tit
here the of Germany the reversion to her children, from a v.,I .and L. .. I so a ::::11 .. II'.srena :: I.e I1 k: :p: n) 11 J: and: Pat:
giemiradflki '
n HEtHY; W MERRILL rich merchant Don Alexaudro Soltr of ; alas-Iala, .. YTreAr i'ii .
of the supposed wreckthe l\Ianalotcr. alOiSlaeksmvlleAr I..J """".A p
"At the time o"'I'Ar.1I1..rl.,10fI1., : .' 1..latk. Ar'4:11"1' : tUMIt.l.yor.'II.I..Ar: 'tIC\,
s Mar arete." he wrote in a recent _. Madrid. a 2: pAr tBevu" I..I .. \r Can M.O'O. 1111(11'I U :11'1' A r oranjt", ('11)t.. 1111I.
\
in a German paper, -- - Edward L. Pierce' and William End!: I.Mp Ar laRran la 11'1.1'\ > : '!Ar 111111"\ .J II lIII': I Ii :1:1' Ar Lsk.Iteknlv I "a
icle published 4,01' .. Ar TIt"o,..fi.. I.. ... ." i'syta 0.1'p I 1 :tep 1r1aSU"rnal.r Iaf ,
va ia Buenos Ayres. There I heard oott of Btwtoii have presented and erectcd II"I.'R W"'konn, l.. r1 r.vrami; ;, Ari i iaq,, I[-ilt.'IR' r.aji'l; \11V1r If lop'
t .t that the archduke after dismissing HOTEL MELBOURNE OBoMDo 11011. rat':"! a monument over the hitherto tin tI' :1"1' I.. I4RII'.rd Ar It elk,( .10 :SW I.. .llIlk" Ar 40:1'I I t t 1'Itrd Ar S W.
awIMTaaa, marked of Chief Justice Salmon 1247pIv Henna' Ar104'a II 4,4alArllaathnrnel.v\ 24'.p. t 1'111)1. I.v 5Os..
I sold his to
had ship a ,, > grave
1 his sailors, .. a' n.tJrM1 7 .rTF;. 11:11'1': tr Oakland\ t.v ,..'. 12Np.lttaalnrsvlllel.v; 14'p. :! "1''I''y' Mt ia'ra. I.Y aeta"
man of Buenos Ayres as the .- :: P, Chase. 4MI'Ar Men I.e tate 14.11.'Ar' II" sIA. Lv I142. \ T..I.Y'M.; ..
'ang of ship sailing around Cape MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA, t". ; ..... ;.., .:.:r.t Sir Richard Webster only 80 Sri": \ (ArTar.N'rln'she. ) a MI'I.\r I...r.l.ur t I.. Idles tn EIdrradS: i.,' 110.; .
a was
mmand "" ""' '' ;.".J ,=:-:-.. -_. In..1'. Ar$II.. "".'h\l.l.y'\ II :/1'1' Arltr.k.rlllr I.M"c' II : '1' 1..101"11 f.. aqa,
",rn was too dangerous an undertaking Open all the year round Good rUhInjj -"J w- : -__ ye.irs old 'when be 'was made a Q. C

a au for an officer with the experience .Jjllunting\ and Yachting Rates, \\'KSi 1 f. No other man so young had ever received !)ally. 'llally..I't| Siin.l ij,

It skill of Johann Orth. Whether the t2: .5U and upwards /\Nj0ll, 1It'W IIJI4. .. the honor nor has one receivedit Train 23anil TNrarrT thro0gh1'IIIanneltetPler/dngears' : : lietwren Newnrk and Tmnpa
ip, as was reported, really went down Proprietress Mits I. M GARIIYAILL'S since. Train* IS sod .-'riiniiiKli" Itillnian: lluirrt: Kinpln;;
Special Features at COI'on"lo-Mod.: W. II. ('lit'UN: O D AKHL\:
load of guano on board or
IIh a crate rates, solid comfort, no ostentation Mrs. Phil Sherid is slid to bo one (linrral 8iiiH>rlnt..iul"nt. lp"pml l I'm-wnntr Aurnt
hether it simply received anothere good fishing, good cookln Write of the prettiest of the numerous widowsin
e and thus disappeared from the FLOATING HOTEL for tcims Washington. She was married when
,,
I. vIne: registers can only be answered only 10, and she ia still of slender and
the; insurance societies and it Is said At the lUlli-cmd Wharf .t youthful}>IXlI'anl'e.G. Jacksonville

at t they paid the losses. But one thing West Palm Beach W Botsford Ph. D who has just ,
,
HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY !
Johann Orth at the time of :
certain, Free from Flies and Mus sinking of the Margarete
e reported Food a fejicolalty Greek and Latin history in Harvard, is
,j not on board. The name of the GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT:
L. E 'AIL1Prop. yilE a little over 80 years old and is a grad.
nng man who purchased the ship from X For IIomcRCcker U hen you get & Indian
nate of the University of Kansas.
River
e prince was told me at the time, but there\ Stop at -.. (
1 escaped The Duke of Auhalt! Germany, celebrated .
has now my memorySix
months later just after the snide PALMETTO x HOUSE his birthday recently: by establishing -
The Lemon Hotel u Railway.Tlnif
,, City
of Balmaceda, in April, 1892 I reined a decoration for workingmen: .
Daytona Florida.; laborer in his dominions who has
Chile. There I Every
soon
to Santiago > Table In Effect: July Hlh, IN1IJI.
pt; several German officers then in the At Lemon City, the terminus of thee been 25 years in the (employ the same _. __ u __ _
'ry of Chile. In the German club of Rooms, without board, during th Hack Line on Biscayne Diy Airy person or firm is to get a silver medal All Rail Line to Lake Worth via, St. Augustine Ormond and

atiago no secret was made of the fact summer months. Apply to room, comfortable belle, good table, It is said that during the term of Henry Rockledge -
at the archduke was in the Chilean >. Hits DAVIDSOX, Proprietress. terms reasonable. A. Darling as executor ,of the Robinson .

JTY, and had fought throughout thear E2T Good fishing and hunting In theneighborhood. estate, of which Mrs. Hetty Green South Bound North Bound.

against Balmaceda as an officer of ia legatee the latter has changed her Nu2t. :'\\0"37 :\\ ", u. I :,\\o z

revolutionary navy. It was even snp- D M CONNOLLY: : Prop lawyer seven times and filed 1,700 objections : as. Iso.:12: 711. --n-*
HOTEL CARLETON ... _: .
,1'lI'koUIIVlih. en. a lv I' :: I.v N'1,1m 1I.ch""i'ir a m : : =:.
sod that the new government would Lemon City Dade Co., 1'1 1. to items in the executor's: ao Arlli. AIIIl".tI"" In III. 111.1', .. .. ? Ix nlvlere .. .... ,.. .,,.I.i ... .
T8 the command of the new battle. counts. I.. lit. AIIICII.UII", 10:111.: Lv 1v.J, ., SOs/ a ,...
Jacksonville Florida. I.. lI..thlll. .. .... .. I.. llula. Iwmud.. 7IT a .... ."
"
lip, Presidente Errazuriz, to the suefnl Mr. Olney's residence in Washington IxFa.t 1'.lalk., ... .. ., I.e Ahrla. .. .. .... '" 50 a .. .
young commander Whether Joann ia the fine house of Representa InditA1198; --T -' Ix Stuart. .. .. a 'I" Ica..

a, Orth really received this com- ODPor"lito Postoflico.x HOTEL x COQUINA x tive now Bellamy Storer, on the corner of Lv 1'alutk*;. :\. W e,.: :, --: {: ',: H.< J a ; i:>

and, and whether he remained the Rhode Island avenue and Seventeenthstreet Lraxn ) :: 'o e.8 hr Fort : : a. IA.IO.

rrice of Chile after the war, I an un.ble His only daughter, Mrs. Minot, ArOrll",n,1 .... ... .1/ I' .. . l.v1l1..1I.'II'II... .. ,. '" 1128 a n.!Ii top ....
to say I only assert that in case x Under New Management who is a widow has made her home I.. )ruuqul .. ... I.. Nana). .. .... ... "
I.e Ormoud Juuo.. ... .. .. ..... .. .. I.Y..IIII""I.: .... 11:18. n. 24" .......
a remained in Chile his presence inJpan 4 fORMOHD-BY-THE-SEA +- with her parents for more than a year. 1.1' Haytn".. .. .. ...Ii 441 I' .. .. .. "" ''' Iv "'.'''ltt.IJ{. ..... ...... .... .. . ," .. ,....
is easily possible, as the battle1 The Duke of Hamilton is almost I.. lbrl-range. l fttlI' .. ... .. .... 1.. (. ... .. ... .I t3p... 4201' ..., ..

1 1 Presidente Errazuriz, which he was Open all the Year. -- FLORIDA. a chronic new invalid never having recovered I.I.r:, (New at loll.Nnvnla.. ::: IM 125) 1: 8eMI. : : : ". I.e L.Tlteeellle.: ( :fly l'ulnt.: :::: :.:::, 1281' p in, 'ale l' ::: :::.

command, according to report, with 1..Tlt"ntll...... .. 22.1': a90a 1.1'0..1111I.' .. .... ....... ....
bt sailors and lent to Coolest and most pleasantly located from a shock of paralysis some I.. 'Ily I.ul"t' .. 3 'la' 1' .. .. .. .... I.r I New I4l11yrll... .... .. 2 4h I' m 1301 ..... .
8 armament was hotel for the summer months Thoroughly years ago. lIe is unmarried. The next ',. ('......a. .. .. 807p. IUOOa Lvl" rtlrange... .... ....... .... .... .
r spas SUMMER RATES *3 00 #0.00 and I.e l1.a'kleI .. .. I.vl'aytons .,, n'
refitted and :
elegantly furnished, heir after him is Mr. Algernon Percy .
The reports that the archduke tookart I.:, Fa ( \\f..:: ::::. : :H : : 119 lli'a '". Arrwuu.L.::.:: :: : : r. : : .::: ::::
Elevator. All modern Improvements. 110.00 per week. Douglass Hamilton, who was born in 1.Narno S45 . I.eI r I ....
in the war in Brazil are false, how. RATES:-*;J.50 to $3' .W per day, 1844, is married and has a son aged 20. lvOlollamrne.: I ?. .. 3Elp:: : : : .12o2';: :: :: : LvIH': : ::::::::(: Jiino:: i:.:. ': .. : ::::::
a \'er. I had many friends in the army, Special by the week, and to Commercial i i SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are Le lit 1'le., ". ". 11231' .. .. ArEastlelatka.: .. .. .. eMpmArFort : . .

e d few the presence leaders of of the such revolution a man among could Men.Only hotel that the electric cars pas I Specialties at Ormond la.Captain, says that E. G.he Stevens saw General of Burlington Gresham Ix I.rdensea: Kb'n.; 1'Ivrce..'. ,. .. .... ::::1 ea7 aIIM1 a2p pI : : : :.: ..p.I:: ArPwn LrNanMatx M1iau.: ::::.:: ::J6 p m :. .:: : :: :: :

'1& remain unknown. to and from depot. receive his worst wound of the war. It 1..l4tll.rt .... .. IIII'I I' .. .. .. Arlahuk.. .,.......... .... ..I"'i1i 'ii > .. .

s The story of Professor von Siemirad- CRAPO & LeVENE UFor Circulars address, was in a battle just outside of Atlanta, :: Allrla.. : .;,;, ::: amp 71ep : .. :: : : :: : : llasting.::,.::: _:::: :: p n ::: : : '.

has near the Chattahoochee river on July IvV.. .i:1 a 211 I' .. Ar 141. Augustine. .... ., II OIl) I' m .. .. .. .. ..
excited great interest in Austria Proprietors... SEISER & VINING Managers I.vllv\.r"\ ... .IRI' 1..lIt.AIIIlII.Un. TOM' a05pm. I... .,.
General Gresham his
20 1864.
d Germany, and many believe that was on Ar W Palo ", II3I'/ .. .. ArJ.YtII. .. I Ilia 1111\ pin .... ... .
clever horse about 80 paces in the roar of Crocks -
e prince will one day return to
ORMOND BY THE SEA. er' when minie ball struck
brigade a
II home A. & W. Branch.
with glory won by his ownSarta ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA him.
,
surpassing that inherited glory
.
lOUTIt tit/us" Nt/ItTIl lI(1t''I.
h1ch he spurned. -
STAGE GLINTS. STATIONS. No .I-1 No N; STATIONS. Na 21 Nu \oLv

Th. Heliograph.effort ." COLUMBIA HOTEL THELAVASSAR- Madeleine Bonton and Mabel Boutou New Smyrna ---:-:I t-41a -- .: .. O.'IIJllno -IIiij, .-:-:-:-
An Lake IIttlob. .. alas .. .. Oran, e ('lty It M'''a.. .I .... I
ia to be made to transmit
will soon sail for Europe. Lr orange ('Ity 9Ea lake IIeIn II Isa ..
essages a distance of 1,800 miles by Centrally Located on St. George' Julian Edwards the com potter has Ar O'ItyJu.e. .191,1" :: ..: 'r NewNugrna IISNI.: ':: ::: :

it system, which consists in flashing
Street. been engaged to conduct "The Sphinx. All train dally between kimnvlMa and Bt Aunruntlne
Jya of sunlight from a spherical mirror Train a M and 7H, xnith nt Ht Augu.tlne, dally\ cxcoiit Punday.Tralq .
,
t > a receiving station at a distant point Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Pat k, Walter Kennedy will star next season Mm :; Monday, W !.I anil Friday, Train I Jut every 'Tuesday Tliurxluy an.llaturtlay. .
be and a full view of the Ocean and in "Samson," "VirginiuM" and "Othel .
heliograph outfit is small and 16 f Webb
as breakers from the Aye., o. Ocean Grove N. J, .. .. .
rolling piazzas lo Tin Tim.-Table ho. the time at hlih train may ipeoted to anise and dr/ art from
1
Jl'tabl'l; as a / meyeke somewhat the MI *r itatlinii., lint their arrival or "departure| tlie tlnio itatoil' I* not (tuarantml., nor due
, moling a Morse ielegtull key, operM -f One Block from the Ocean. .4- Herbert Cawthorn will play the prln.cipalmale the Cuvpany,hold UwiU. re.I""tIltt for any delay ur any conwqueni arlnlnic thrrrfnrni
leg a shutter which covers an open part in "The Old Limekiln"next J. It. A'UtOTT.. JOSEI'll HirilAIIDHON.

i g in the diaphragm through which the W M, TEAHEN, Proprietor OPEN Jane 1 1895. year"The *"i-l rmlilent Urn I I'.n..r Arnl.

.fleeted rays of sunlight are flashed. c.....- Diamond Breaker" will bo put -- -

t Morse code of dote and dashes isid Gas, Electric Bells and perfect system on the rood next season with a company

and the signals received by theaked of Sanitary Sewerage.OPEN MRS. B. M, ANDERSON.GEMS headed by Etelka WardelL

eye or with a fieldglasa. In the One hundred and thirty people will

wrimenta alluded to the most north be engaged by the Marie[ Dooca Opera .

. rll& (point will be a station on the sum ALL THE YEAR ICOINI OF THOUGHT. company when it goea out next season. Send the "Advocate" some of your Job
N of Mount
Nelson British Columbia,
John E. lIen haw and May Ten
Mule the southern end will be some People do not lack strength they Broeck have for another
; signed season
S Mat In Mexico: with intermediate elected SEASIDE INN lack will-Hugo. with "The Pluming Show. They: are to Printing orders and you will be satisfied. +
points
along the rente which will .
their characters.J ,
'"<*ive Be who seeks the truth should be of play original
and transmit the on its
*'.7,, It is estimated that message a message cane At Sea Breeze, Fla. no oountry.Voltaire. J. Coleman ia negotiating for a M
< The of the soul is New York production of "The Green
rent and a reply received inside of The house has been enlarged to twice :youth everlasting i
*o hours Such a system of commnni- Its original size and Improved In every and eternity is truth.-Richter. Huntsman," a spectacular play which

won u an improvement over the old way. A new building comfortably furnished Every man ha juttt aa much vanityas : belongs to his wife Tessie Duagle.

"**xw flashlight system and shouldrove Best of surf bathing, good lull he wants understanding.-Pope. Percita has been engaged by Charles

valuable in time of war. A mod- ing and a beautiful wide, smooth beacb Nothing ia rarer than the use of a Frohman to originate the child's part

:scation of this method ia used 't>y naval for driving and bicycling. word in iu exact meaning.-Whipple. in "The City of Pleasure" at the Empire FLORIDA BOAT WORKS

r easels. where the electric arc light ismPky'ed Hates : .1,00. *H.00 and IIU.OII per Week. theater New York in August
To see and listen to the wicked U already -
instead of the sunlight-Mina STEWART Proprietor. the of wickedness. "The Church and the World," a new
H. F. beginning
nd Scientific Press. Confucius. four act drama by Alma CL Cross a To Melbourne, Indian River, Florida.
rr: Furnished cottages for rent. ronto newspaper writer will be produced
1115 rwt. in September by Charles Leonard e/a ::ot =z:

When the Prince de Joinville was at Fletcher.

lJathlU'lit 7the many years ago he was received __ ___n_. __ n _n ____ Thomaa Q. Seabrooke will star next CO :d =;

fired Royal African corps, black troops season in a new comedy by two play. 1: ==
,inner by white mEn He attended a O. II. YOSSj. weights of whom Paul Potter ia ona 0- o: -3c3

"eared In party herein mnlattoes ap- It will be a refined piece with a character o ( t= 4"epd
full evening dress, low bod-
'*. suited to Mr. Seabrooke. >-
,' 4c* handkerchiefs and fans. Af- INDIAN RIVER HOTELJ, "'::: -
/ *rd,
Lades dining at Washington with ODDS AND ENDS. =CW
Sumner the great abolitionist, ,tl+

,* prince amused himself by telling TITUSVILLE The women of savage nations rarely 51:! CQ
*JIll ala Bathurat dinner and asked pay much utu-ntion to the dressing of ::=- c::::

.tUlter. whether he had ever given his -- '-1' t Indian Jlivor.Tin. their hair, "while savage men on the S.i::

''rtD. .. Dt>gre a, The prince awaited contrary, Kg* d their coiffures as of the co" ;S C":)

',u tether anwer with some curiosity, to set : g utmost importance.A I adU :: ==
he would dare in the -
answer road wuptrof Durtford, England ed aa.o
brmahve before the O H VOSb, .
.h American ladies, recently run over and seriously injured cr.J
were quite sensitive on the color DfANAUxU while at his work, WILl a BalakLtva veteran s; E-
;et -a but he got out of it a. A M M
at very wearing the queen'a medal fur o< cr:
ul
My dear prince" said he. JMMI All:The Yc-nr. bravery iu the famous charge. .
"T7 religion each man has his own
The the
< first table wall undoubtedly
]
)' work. I preach and you praoOrJll" Boats' haiihul out anti Ilojmaotl at the lowers
stump of a tree. The Egyptians aa earlyas
getbet. ,. let us mix the two things Only few mlauUV 9000 R C. nand tables with one to flt 'moH.' Prompt attention given to ox-doii<< .

-_Argonauthe walk from Hallway sta- throe legs. Table with rollers casters HtiinatoH' given on all kinds of boatn.

'/' mses, woman you talk with is (I tlona. and St amU>at landings ou the legs. were known in the ninth century Agents fur Celebrated

+ rID' of something that you know. t A. WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.
ut w elegant her On the haiiLs of the true repentance' shows the evil it.
'eg: & -EIolmea.woman never forgets '.. far-fiiiwd lotli.u HI"'r.UNDmn. teAt more than the external suffering or


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I : 8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, AUGUST 30, 1895.

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) : Sloop For Sale. IX FAVOR OP Tim SIII U. Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gor't ReportBaking

it 1..t nOAU.I THE ROBBINS & GBAHll
For sl I., sloop i Irene 40ft.xl5ff;
"1. 1 t t tonnage, is 27.100; In first-clans condition
t' j t New sails, : dead-mom In cabin I SOMKHVILLF, N. J., Aug. 21,1N)5.dilvri ) -
i i l'' ; t I Host party or trade Imat of her sire: on Paid Up Capital 2600000.
"f: r' I the river Price, MOO00. Apply to Adrarale: K.oyal

ft f.I j J E. C. II. Tyndill: \\'Ianll., or Capt. The course your paper ha taken in LAW LOANS HEAL
4 !1) J'eter Nelson, Tltustille, Fla., where. shemiy regard to the shell road, meet with my Powder ESTATE
: be
tfItanium
seen
J' i i I t' heartiest approval, And I sincerely hope

will the until the We have for sale a large list
t } Suckers For Hale. you "keep up fight" of careful!
f ,, -- matter settled. I am not, M you are ABSOLUTELY PURE selected Indian River Properties Y
,
r.r' Twenty thousand Royal Dwarf Banana aware a resident of your county, but I -T--

/Suckers for sale, 40.00 per 1000. am a tax payer, and have had a very -The communication on the shell Senator Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Lire

I i r. Apply to C. VrnniKr: :, pleasant home for myself and family road, from Jensen, came too late for Insertion Cjuaj.It Canal and Transportation Co.
Eau Jallie Fla.
,
t : : there for the last ten winters, and hopeto in this issue CAN'AL LA1VDS.F1orld3

,i I .: enjoy many more, If spared to do so; seems that Senator/' Quay Is Dot Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa &: Key West Railway. ,

: Fancy; Pineapple Slip null Suck consequently am much interested In State Census enumerator. yet a back number In Pennsylvania. IIe Lands Disston Company' Indian River Loan and Investment ..,,lope

j 1. era For Sale. whatever conduces to Its welfare and has succeeded In capturing the state and other Low Priced Lands '
i
and "Abbakas." success; therefore, I trust I may be al. John J. LaRoche, deputy state census convention, In spite of the predictions 3VIon.oy: to Loan -A-lXTtro-yei> on. na.n
"Egyptian Queen" d
I Apply to MADIHK &: MATTHAMS lowed to express an opinion upon the enumerator, was In Titusville last week, that he was leading a hopeless flgh At Ten i>rr cent, in cams to wit.

: The Palm Beach Pinery, proposed Improvement without being attending to his business. It seems our Hurrah for Mr. Quay It Is now In order Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties

West Palm Beach, F1a.l' subjected to severe criticism, or having population has dwindled considerablesince that he should come down and recuperateAt Titusville. Florida.

i my motive Impugned.I last year Mr. LaKoche says he Is his St. Lucie home, and devote a little

i! n Pineapple Plants For Sale. am In favor of Issuing bonds to builda not getting rich at census taking, but It time to tarpon fishing. --- --- ----

shell road the entire length of the I Is a good deal better than doing nothing,

; r t Dalance of our Abakka slips and county, all I believe It would be, at this these hard times. J. R. Mlot, of Indian-
1'' !,I suckers we will sell at reduced! prices. Genuine In Heal -4 *
l' Also small lots of Golden Queen and time, of the greatest benefit to every ola, Is census enumerator for Brevard liar-Rain

;'1 Enrllle City. resident. I am certain It would enhance county, and Mr. John J. LaRoche In Ettate.

J. &: F. M. Tvi,FR: values, and the beauties of the Indian simply acting as his deputy In the north
i I0 tf Fort Pierce Pinery. from No. 1. Twelve acres of hammockland
Illver
country, scarcely ever seen a ern portion of the county. The compensation
300 feet
S I at postofflce about
Sharpes ;
I :' railroad car or steamboat, would be appreciated Is three cents for each I and back I to I
I personor front on Indian River, runs
l For Sale. a In beautiful drives. Settlers corporation. county road; has upon It a house of six :M DRUGS*: :

t ; P J : !( Smooth Cayenne Abbaka and Golden would 1 lie> attracted, new home spring I rooms, almost new; cost of house 11,000; :

'r!: Queen pineapple suckers, orange, lemon up, money put In circulation, and, best barn, stable, outbuildings etc. Has fine a
In
I t I" j 'I and grape fruit trees, Noonan strawberry of all, business revived, and prosperous CHOICE e= grove of 500 large bearing trees and will
condition before the freeze, soon
1 and umhrelhheeR..
J t I plants, times return again. If the road is built Remainder
,
JAa. recover and bear good; crop.

ij I :I t Orlando MOTT Nursery the pluck and enterprise shown will \.1..) Pineapple Plants. of vegetable land cleared farm., and This is property of best quality was held for CHAFFEE & CO. $ $ *- .
that have
:1f Orlando, ha.r prove to every one you a future ,
firm at 0,000 one year : will sell to-
and the freeze did not rob you of In large or small Quantities. cash and f2,2011(
day for $3,800; !! ; $1,000
r '; White Woman Wanted. your energy, or leave Florida a forsaken Smooth Cayenne Abbaka may remain on mortgage.; This is i a

: : desert, as many bilievo. I ask, how are Envllle City, Golden Queen most desirable place for a home, good
J1 Wanted the services; of a middle-aged many of your people to get on for the Prince Albert Variegated location, close to postofflce, school. TITUSVILLE.FLORIDA
'r; white woman, for general, work on a Smooth Cayenne, Charlotte church etc., and in a nice neighborhood
"t plantation on Indian River. A good next few years, unless something I I. doneto Rothschild, Ripley Queen, The bare land alone Is almost worth the
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It home for the light party. help In this extremity ? The Lord Jamaica IUpley.'l'r price asked.

i t 13 Address, "1). E. F.," only know No orange crop, vegetable Orders delivered promptly. No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with house OH LOOK SAVE MONEY !

"I Care of ADVOCATK, raising don't pay, as more money has ORLANDO GRAPE A FKUIT CO., of eight rooms, artesian well large( portion ,
't( Titusville, ha.e been lost than made In that business of C. S. VAN HOUTEN, Trcas. cleared etc. ; adjoins hotel propertyat

I ,( : late, no money In circulation, and noth. Correspondence solicited. Orlando, Fla. Sarno, near Eau Oallie. The land By buying only Fertilizers

I.. :: For Sale or Bulmll e, to It. The in alone Is worth more than price we quote,
:
< ;i ;! Ing bring only way sight *2,2::>0. The owner refused $9,000ayear
I '; to improve l\1atterllll to build the road,, ago. lIe must sell without delay and With a Pure Bone Basis.
p ,',r''I One 8501bs. sorrel horse; good saddler and coniine the work to resident taxpayers 100,000 #*i # *i ## has authorized us to take $2,210: ; 1,2".0\ !:

t i 1, and drlur, for a good, sound mule or ; most of the money will stay with rash, balance may remain on mortgage. Enrich Your LANDS and YOURSELVES.
work h""e. Address
:I' '.!I "A. II. C.t"Care' you; taxes and Interest can then be paid ....Choice Home Grown" No. 3. One hundred and thhty-six Know encourage to use Every DARLING'S one you may FERTILIZERS icad .het lit

I' i of AHVOCATK, and new life Infused. What matters It and 85-100 acres of land at New River Safe and RELIABLE to use for
'i4 nl :! Tltus\IIIe, Fla.ON If have a debt? Values will be Increased Three-quarters of a mile water front.
you PINEAPPLE PLANTS. Description as follows : Lots! 3, 4 am Any CHOPS, making a STRo co, STOCKY
I ':. r sales made, and a better chanceto 8 of section 13, township:\ south orange Growth, and bwfctT Jncv VEGETABLES and FIU-ITS that are
make a living for all. Issue the bonds, ------ 42 east. Price *1OUO for the Engaged ahead by those Merchants who do
, J :, TUB HAIUTUAI, KICKlUt. build the load, pay the Interest, and lot I Abbaka, Envillo City, Smooth Cayenne whole tract or less than *7.50/ per acre; Jot want only the VKKY BEST Fruits and Vegetables
Take time and write at to the
once
I'' -/; the next generation pay the principal Golden Queen, Prince Albert, YarlC'gateelSmOlth or wo will take $10 per acre In forty
s 1 Editor ,1'liHcutf acre tracts. We believe a purchaser
: (what we outsiders don't pay); they will Cayenne. Flnestplants, prompt can sell this land and double his L. B. Darling Fertilizer Company,
l\\ In county will be found certain
I every
have the property and your experienceto delivery. money as soon as steamers beginto
II i peisotu who are bound to kick at every do it. OEO. I. RUSSELL, run through the canal next JACKSONVILLE, FLORID,
r I And obtain their' Special, Low Price to meet the times for CASH WITH that land
'J M j' thing savors of Improvement In No genuine Improvement was ever Orlando, Fla. December. We own this ourselves -
t r \i I their surroundings. When any public j rarWrite for prices.FOR but need money to develop other
made without It to
opposition. seems hence otter it at a price
d undertaking is for the enterprises EI BRA.: D Y
H promulgated
me there should l bo none to this, and which will insure early sale. Buy this .,
.
t benefit of themselves and their follows
every true friend of the county of lirevaid laud and double your money.
r I I, t r they do everything they can to defeat SALE. Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
Hay
should favor and vote for bonds. I No. 4. The north three-fourths of
t a ":' the project. They care not how foolish shall be surprised If the people of the southeast quarter of section 7, and of ,

I\ they may appear so they see their names county fall to see where their Interest PINEAPPLE SUCKERS *** lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, south I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
,t i in print, mistaking vilification for wit of range( 41 east, containing 150 acres
I I lies, and by their votes defeat a much AND SLIPS This! tract has a largo frontage on the triple .Sc I nney Crrocciici, ITYnit
and mUrepiescntatlon for .
I argument, *
needed improvement, and almost a necessity St. Lucie River two miles from the railroad And Food ProductsOf
and being nu object of laughter and
: Price $15
k crossing per acre.
the shelf road
Egyptian Queens. All Kinds Also My Stock of
I scorn to their better Informed brethren.
J. W. BAM.ANTINE. No. b. Lot 4 of section 32, township
; These men have a certain followingifq Red Spanish.Pernamtmcos. Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal\
77
37, south range 41 cast containing ,
r It: possible, more Ignorant than themselves The Ht'flcHotel.. cres. This tract has a quarter of a Ground Food sad '''h..t.I .

4 I t -who look upon them as little gods White Antiqnas. mile front on the St. Lucie River at am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above 'fixed
a r' uponwhcels, It I III a curious fact that Stuart Station. Price $35 per acre oods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and lollclt
Now that the Sharp family, of Coro- Finest and fleet Suckers and Slips on
the expense of the Improvement be It ado have leased for several the Lake Worth Prompt and quick deliv- No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres your patronage Very truly
years
what it may, will fall more lightly upon ery. Write me for prices.K. fronting on Biscayne Bay, at Ewanton 33. L. :I3R11DY.DUREN .
l elegant new Geneva hotel I, Jacksonville, -
mile south of Cocoanut ----
i them than upon any other members of II. I'.AKKIV, Mont I'Klm llc-nrh Ma. eights[ one
some members of the family will necessarily Grove. Price $5,000. This price may
the (community yet they have more to have to be there. Mr. Frank seem high, but If you will try to buy any
nay In nnt.igouUm: thereto than of land In & FEASTER.GROCERIES
( any Sharp, the energetic manager for the PINEAPPLE SLIPS. fronting on Biscayne Bay good
I I: those who will bear the brunt of the family, is already In Jacksonville, and ..." location, you will get your eyes opened .
ul 'ullo. True they have little to say writes the ADVOCATK enthusiastically of all to prices asked In that section. This

that i I. at all to the point but they have the house. It Is said to 1x3 the best furnished : AND SUCKERS tract left Is the only desirable parcel we

t a bluff, dieputo-it-if-you-dare way of sayIng Jacksonville and the with best all modern located Improvements hotel in The have pl'iceUlkotl.fronting, $5,000; on will Biscayne yield us Bay.a OF ALL KINDS. Francis H. Leggett & CO'I!

what they do which Is apt to fair profit and we are satisfied that
say such as baths, electric lights, FOR SALE
similar be had at much
mislead the uninformed misses Into be- elevator, electric bells etc., and is really nothing can a
higher price. This tract will no doubtbe Fine Gl oceries.
: the only file-proof house In the metropolis. -
believing that what they say Is light. Or the Following __ sold within a few weeks.

; These men If they would but see It, are .
I \ the greatest drawback and the most Egyptian Queen, No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all kinds!
I close to the depot and post office at Mai-
-The Southern Hallway Co. has just Smooth
powerful causes of retrogression In their Cayenne
: abar. Large house with and lower
upper
j "
f4, ;II s, neigh boi'hood*; blasting freezes, damaging ,showing Issued a the"Special various Ilattlelield spot where Folder battles, VARIETIES : Golden Queen, veranda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms; Inair CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE. -

; I gales and ptolonged drouths do less repair, beautiful river front, lawn,
>H>k place during the war between the Enville City ::r Agent for Williams & Clark
1 ete. Most all the land Is cleared; 100 Fertilizer Co. Your order. solicited
;i Listing: harm to the rointiy than thethickheaded north and I south bend to ien'l. Pass.
Agent W. I). Allen, Jacksonville, for large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples .
shortsightedness of the Tide will make a nice home for anybody. Very Truly JDliroiX C3 3'O VStor.K.

habitual kicker Happy the community one(--of these- ---maps-- Uf Older now taken. All Urat.IIIIS (loud neighborhood. Price only$1\OOO.!:\ -

t I which knows him non I We fear, however plants and early delivery. Apply L. Ml'NN, Crest. g. O. V VANLANDI 6HAW, sea a Trw
NOTE-The above
Tn the People the East! Coast descriptions will
I ,.that one so peculiarly blessed does to G. C. MATTHAMS, enable customers to locate the several PIKENIX MILLS LUMBER CO.

( I not exist. If It did, we might anticipate Florida properties very closely by examining ,
{ I, the Immediate approach of the millen \l mitnl to lluy IO.OOO Shark Skin Pineapple Co., one of the J., St. A. & I. R. R'y com- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
L West Palm Beach Fla. tany'a railroad maps but we will be
f. nium. I "'I1IIay SOct a piece for skins overOft. pleased to send special maps on a large Incorporated October, 1804-SioceMor* to R. Kansas .A CO.
long 20ita.! under. Cash delivery
OU'-EII\II.' : ; on scale, on application to parties who Lath Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
at Tltusvillo, St. Lucle and New
d Fl.i.Qualifications business and Intend to If
Titusville buy
mean they
: River where I shall be on or about Oct. Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatcw
; 1st. The skins to lie cut down the back 99 I i can find such a bargain as they want. lumber dressed to order. Barrel head and covers and cypress tanks of all JIeI'

J i of Voters at the from back of head to within a foot or so UODEISS &: GRAHAM Co., made a* called for. All Kinds of MonldlBjs Turned and Scroll Work-<
of tail. Skins to be taken off with ,
a*
i' d I Coming iieetlon.: little Mesh possible, and no knifeholesIn Titusville, Fla. Specialty) One of our firm I II a contractor and builder of many year*' experience

skin. I will also buy all the oil from 10 that we are prepared to make estimates and take contract for the construct!::*
t In order to vote at the coming election, thelUer*-each shark will make about CSTfiUSHED li Remember the AUVOCATK, Titus and building of all kinds of private and public edifice on reasonable terms anti'the

which ha been called to decide whether half-a-gallon. To make the oil, take out JACKSONVILLE vine, does all Kinds of job printing. Giveus most satisfactory manner. Call and see u* before purchasing elsewhere

' we shall bond for a shell road, It I I. necessary liver and till a kerosene bbl two-third a share of your work.] Correspondence and Patronage Solicited
,l; full of livers. ; stand In sun, in a dry _
17 that your name shall appear on place. A* the liver decay the oil\ will -

the registration book, and that you come to the top. Strain oil\ through RICIIARD W. GOODE. JAMES T HOGG.

have paid your poll taxes for the year cheesecloth Into barrel for shipment. lf4tar1l'ub1le 4; iMuranc U'

1803 and 1803 It has been generally Correspondence solicited.

supposed that It would be necessary to ('0)1. F. I). HfoiiKH, CLOCKS Florida Real Estate
Care of floury Clews & Co., Exchange
I have the poll tax receipt for 1894. This New York City ,

,/ I U not correct, for the law require that

the party voting at an election shall At AtfTIlOtfY UROS., 'Cy: Write u* for descriptive price lUt.

,I have paid poll taxes which were due fort California Orange and Lemon .
I the two preceding yean, and shall have THE JEWELERS, TITUSVILLE, FLA. POSTOFFICE BOX 6O. -

paid same at least 30 days before the Bndwood> and Trees MELBOURNE Brevard Co., FLA.

i date of election. Our bond election I.I __


1 r, called tober. for The the legislature second ha Tuesday extended! la Oc the FOE SALE. ; Why is the 20inch"Shingle the Best ? :. *

time for payment of taxes until the first. \'ARlETUw.: Navel, Valencia. Late (or
in October KU stain uf Hart'l Tardllt If itrefcrnMli. Me.l. 1st: It lays six inches to the weather and yet give more lap than anthus I1BC: :
Monday it will therefore be I
t ; Beret, Jaffa, HoinuuMa, Satsuma, Ruby JlluiMl, making an abiioluteh tight roof.
seen that the poll tat of 18U! doe not MartaRi..ntUsury T Ut"rti..., Ml. Mitnavl or. e'.e'e'I e Being thick fle,'J-
sages, Maxnuut llonumaud Malta oval Order thn.; butt. (Hnch j ) they do not curl *o much from the "
: become delinquent until within less than must Iw fur at feast) MM sack of; the last. two o.
M() arl,,".... The true Lebun IasonVnia .met .:rd: Take lets shingle to 'tfn.
: day of the coming election, therefore Eureka, Royal Mc.swa' R.lair Premium ash cover square (only *10) and leas nail t" P"
I p the taxes of lHl not being. yet delinquent Iwpwwted : famous. Bud. pestsld, sad: thus time and money are saved.
1 ., the law doe not provide that the safe arrival sod aatUfartlim (uaraut4M>d. Sleety. 4th: They make the bet roof for less money.
voter ihall have a poll tax of 1H9-4, but uf(,rf, r : us aiuillratiun., Buds ?Sets iwr Th radian River it very attractive st this point splendid flihlnK.ste Tit* land siweistl) I'rice, No. 1, 4-ln. M.50 per 1.IXOj10.; .. .00 per 1,000 -In. $3.75 per '.W
tat 4Ju .IIr
IdWio. |l feclou |Ju .r :
j he must have paid his pull tax for 1803; luu,cub| r nth order.icr Addm.ooo; a,lapsed| to fmMpplM snd l .itucrtrulu, and I meted *t Aukno JUKI north of th lvhnt a Price Xo. 2, Wn. and bin f2.73 per 1.000
per| I i ermm n tSnwe Tb J..St A.Oil. R K" run tnruugh tb* i>ro|>*rtr. tasking. | >hli' |>lng fuUlti -
I ,I and IfWd, if he wa subject to payment I. H. 'AIUUC". r llalU1-t far par k ular.' address tli. o_n"r, t Sold only by G. F. RADDISON
t of poll tax for those two )'eara.I I lOut the Hit for, r.f.) Wnltttor,Callt. AKTIll D. PERKINS, New H.v... Co .. Lumber and Iteuse Building Material EAU GALLIC ru

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