Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00147
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: September 6, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
 Record Information
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: UF00079909:00147
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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 Tills Column- Carefully.jy -Mr. T. E. Burns, of Eau Gallie\ was 1 onvllle Terminal company. A Sew Arrltnl. Yale of Ini|>ro\e
lil of General Interest. In town a couple of days this week The pier will I* built directly\ In the I

I Topic" Advertisements on this (first) -Miss Lena Gardner, we are sorry to rear of the liojal l'oln'lanhot'I, adjoining Mr. Robt. Pentland went alnmt town Mr. James T. Hogg, of Melbourne, j i.
are ten cents line week .
page andre
lrir and O..nrnl Gossip In connectionilh continued from per week to per week unless, learn, has been on the sick list diningic the Casino and the Palm Beach 1lItfon.lay; with m aradient countenance was In town on Tuesday, and Informed

Bl"" -.y. B.Ti Lake Worth, Indian otherwise ordered Heading notices on past week. Inn. It has I been rumored for sometime beaming and smiling more profuselyhan an ADVOCATE representative that he had

'I I i nana und H.llf.* Ricers, Key \'..t Rny page but the first, are live cents per that the pier will I lit' used as a landng usual. A special) reporter who old the tine, improved property of Mr.

11tr, L .11 other. Important Point. along the line each insertion. There was an enjoyable dance, given place for l.iigeessels, but nothing wall detailed 1 to Investigate; the cause of U). Franklin Andersen which U situated
Itrlrf mention of for the benefit\ of the school teachers at I
| Coat <> definite\ can be teamed with regard tothill. tobcrt's hilarity, ascertained that A (,n the peninsula "l'p"Rlto1'lhournl'
...... TI" I
ifting rvenU from V", IVH. : K.uiih CIOTIIIVO STORK:, In the the Opera house, last night.Dr. .
t the Worlil i About People Ton Know .\VOCATK block, Titusville, arc the So far AS at present known, the young \lady; had arrived I at his residence t.o Mis. Mary l:. Baines, wife of the Rev.V .

id Fwple. Ion Don't Know "I..k..1by loading clothiers on the East -Coast of B, L Wills 1 left here, yesterday, pier 'I\'IIlI..J I built I by Mr.( Flakier simply lit an early hour Monday: moinlng; { I''. Barnes, of l\Il'lIltmrn, and her

,, Our Sorlety Kdltor and n large.t.f Ir FloiUla. live them a tilal.WlifKK for Canaveral where he was called upon allan attraction for guests i>f the Koyalolnclnnn 1I'l'lght. ten pounds. May she live long I.rolhl'rll. John :\. and Wm. F Fergu- I

r r"rrr.|>o"'l">'. scattered along the professional business In the neighbor- and Mr. P. explained that a
and the Inn for fishing purr prosper. on, of Glrard county, Kentucky, who
,.| C....t of Florida.Advertise : to slob. See list of hotels on hood of Bittersweet. oses. toy would have been acceptable, but in own OIw-thlr.llnt\'t'/lt each. Wt understand -

our 7th page. -A Teachcis' Contention will IK held) -- ._--- low of the great strides now being n sale under foreclosure of mortgage :
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11 In Titus\llle on Monday, Sept. 2'Jrd: Summer H'Jralu": lade by the new woman: ho Is of the ; ; was pending on the property, and
: lIu"JankA: 11\( >. each $1.00: 100 at
A.to Ii otATE ; per which\ will he In session for that when hit recent acquisition
the ADVOCATE office probably a pinion : the sale wan made at a low figure

'. \\ 0'1 M' week Clearance in straw hats, white goods caches maturity man will occupy n

\\II'bt'ih'::; 'oaao IN Il nll Fort tint clans shoemaking and repairing -Mr.\ and Mrs Geo. M. bobbins, who and summer goods geneiallj. likes ulioidinato position. He Is, theufoie, Law Suite Against Lee andOwjer.
call on .1. A. Daughter at Mr. Nolle's severely cut.
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( ) ougiatuhltlng himself upon the sex of
;: have; been themselves the
old stand enjoying at Avail\ \ this and
Titusville.Fla.lilt yourself Rave money. .
r-!) grand conclave of Freemasons Boston the new ai rival.KxHiiiliiutlon.
; /fig) G. B. lil\mn i.

'KM' heat powder at left for Bath; Me., the first of the week.
Tho lion. John E. Hartriilge of Jack-
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: l lh''' \Q1M jn 1 &UL' ClIArrth Titusvillo: A Co.,'Fla.*, Etcrjbody seem surprised at the Tinidlps >. : of 'l'I'Iu-lu'rM onvlllo wn In Titusvillo yesterday, conulting .

', continued absence of mosquitoes this Judge M S. Jones.' He came to> I
examination of
I :- The state uniform
:. W h: now have money to loan In sums to umnier, and wonder whether we shall Several of our townspeople were very teachers commenced at the Titusvillo 'UtisUllo for the purpose of instituting !

\--W9Im mJ suit an approved! i'calculate security. receive a visit from them ere, the winter much Interested In the eclipse, of the school house Tuesday moinlng a number of law suits against: A. S. Lee I

Send In jour applications. Robbing A sets In. moon, which was plainly visible on In. public on and I Michael F. Dwjer. The amounts I IInvoh'I..1
i \ Graham Co. at tt.)0when' :: the following teacheiscame\
f@w@@ dlan River Tuesday: night.; This is limo \
are quite aggregating
-County Commissioner have been In 11)1) for examination.: Prof. .1. R. An-
nly total eclipse that will bo visible In t$ OIM). Jones is associated
I N,U'liTHA LAIciiv.; A. T. Hone, Melbourne session all this week revising the regls- hony, Chas. S. Moore of Anltoni; t G.V. over '
America, or iu fact In portion of the
1 Indian River will build tratlon list and other Im- any with Mr partridge I In the ruses referred
any transacting Schuyler, of Indiinola; Dwight M
{ldQa l
Uln fW1Ol kind of steam or naphtha launch; sail portant business. We cannot present a earth, during temalmlcr of the year. Compton of Tltusvlllo; and the Misses to. t
or row boat to older. Write him for
estimates. report of their proceedings In this issue, Mary and Luba DcBogory, of Geneva; Mr.( Andrew S. Imo who has managd :

but 111 publish a full report next week. Jl.ilms Against the Indian ii her Annie Singleton, of Cocoa; Hattie Wilkinson Hotel Indian River, Rockledge, dur- ,

,,VWQ ?1'U@\1&\ Steamboat Coni aii '. e several for Mr. Michael F. 1
Mos.We; want money to loan on first -Mr. John E.: Hartildge and his son, | ) Mattie B. Montezlngo, of Rock- 'Ing seasons,

real estate nWl't aA'es. Ten per tent 'Kngle, of Jacksonville, arrived In town ledge; Lclu Heuth of Alabama: Lilliau\ Dwyer, of New York U now In Atlanta
business tree of all expenses to lender. Gaiilden The following has been received the Conkliu of Tlllinan Tula\ Paiham of and It Is reported he 111'11not\ upend the '
your & Sanders TitKsvllIo and West I'alm Wednesday and were out at 4:30:: o'clock ;
:F It wish to make it iDVoCATF. office\ : Indian River.mnvAitn .
coming season on
you Beach, Floiida."IIK yesterday morning, catching fish on the Georgia; Willie Otwell, of Bahia; Mahol
- For be
needinglust .
the some thing person you may have to show. railway wharf. We understand they JAcK!
--- \ you visit Jacksonville, stop at made a big haul, and they think Indian Your attention Is called\ to tho fact ; ".d Lena Norwood, of Titusvillo. : SCHOOL IIOAUIK
the Cailetou hotel The that an older has been made In the suit Assisting County Supt..1. H. Sums
;f ,IOn PRINTING at this office. Bay street. River a tine fishing ground.
1 electric car from the railway station of Timothy Murphy ctnl, and the Indiantiver wore the following ladies: who nctod asa
Tho Hoard of Public Instruction met q
Aichdeacon ,
B. K Drown and wife
.r ;r The ADVOCATE may bo had at will land! you at the Carleton door in Steamlioat company Ft nl, now committee: Miss Susie F. t
,1'Icrpvlm'I drug store and Mis. Emma about six minutes. left here, Monday, for Maryland, here ending In the circuit court for Brovnid grading on Monday and Tuesday of this week,
county, }<'I"I'IIr"luh'llIlt: all creditors Irown, chairman; Mrs. Anna W. Sweet, the following\ members lielng :
too s news 5c. per copy. they expect to spend a few weeks before
I it of the Indian River Steamboat company and Miss Klira A. Heath.
( A. I.. Hatch chairman John mid
-Ml I Cha.. O. Blyth has sold out his To Li:r, a fine brick store in the AuvoUATK eating for Minneapolis, Minn., where Mr to Intervene ald" propound their claims ;
: block, Tltiis\llli Excellent location Brown will attend the General 1 Trl-ennial In that suit on or hofoie Sept. 15, IS'iri.R. (let,. B. Humph
enese at West Palm Beach
Possession may bo had at Council of the Protestant chuich. Hexttvcts B. CAsts:, re<'elver. 1'nrgress of the Kant: Coast, Canal The Board decided l not to build\ a
-Mrs Lansing and her daughter, of once. Apply to Robbins & Grahamor
to be away about two months. mhool house at Altosa! at present, the
1 >u dalhe, were in town on Tuesday. C. H. Walton, AI.V LATE: office, The Manager ol' the East': Coast The digging of the Florida; Coast Line revenue not being Immediately nvnlltblo.
TitiiHville. -The comptroller has directed the
01 Messsrs, Barnes, Ferguson, Reeves several county tax collectors of the state Iloti'lM." Canal and Transportation Co.'s canal Is Only these repeats will bo finished which d

cit ,d 1 Hogg, of Melbourne were visitors TIMES AUK HAHD and! you cannot afford not to make sale for delinquent taxes wing pushed forward as rapidly as posililo. were ordered l previously and may now "

loll n to lose Insure against Tho dredges at work between be considered {
on Tuesday everything. until first Monday in November instead The /Saratoga News, lefening to Mr. arc absolutely necessary. l
tire, cyclones and accident with II ALL New River and Bay Biscayne nil will The salaries of teachers <' consid-
1 ""I l D, L. Gaulden has been cpend- WKKIIIT of Titusvillo, Flii., of October. The tax advertisement will C. B. Knott says: "That the adinlnis- wo e
s representing
.' several days at West Palm Beach the Liverpool & London & therefore run during October. In orderto ration of Mr. Knott has teen In every work toward each other as heretofore. erect, and nn order main tq contract for

ending to law matters. Globe, the Old Hartford; and other save costs of advertising taxpayers way satisfactory Is evidenced by his pio- To facilitate matters, traffic on the canal live or mine months except In such

I leading companies tf will tIC stopped for a time, as announced cases as It be to increase s
motion the of may necessary
to general
position -
YiN Pearl Tubbs, of Bartow has should l make payment before October 1. supeintendent
------ In last week's ADVOCATK.: The diedgo ho salary at of the term.
. of the new Florida East: Coast
, CD visiting Miss Florence Norwood, -Mr. J. E. Ingraham has returned to
the week I r's A paradox to say there's a profit In Hotel System, which Includes not only iiscayne will commence cutting the canal Tho extension of the term will 1 he ""11-
ring past or so. his home in St. Ho cousidrs
selling without a 'oil t-true enough. Augustine. -
pi the three ]hotels at St. Augustine but from the Bay Biscayne end while the 1I1.lorellat the January meeting
Mr E. We've had .hoe stock and himself In ,
L. splendid lucky from
Brady, after spending a very escaping
ilatanzas Is cutting south from Now Certain nidered to Iw
, the Hotel Onnond at Ormond the Hotel repairs were
season's trade. ,
II consequently a good
iral serious Injury In the explosion board
days at West Palm Beach, rented on
We keep up that trade now by selling loyal Pointlana, and the Palm teach Clver. They are very powerful diedges, 1II1"lu at City Point school.
to Titusville Monday.. that do not want for the the naphtha launch Kathleen, on New and full of their size and bills _
at cost we Inn, at Palm Beach, Lake Woith." a report power Sundry were paid.
General Pass. Agent Jos. Richard- Fall. When the fall season opens liver. Some say he had a narrow esrpe amount of work they can perform was The regular statement required bylaw
we'll have only new styles to show ; no from death, as he was to his ,
D and
family have gone to Renova given In a l.revlolllllMllue of time Alva is obliged to bu postponed on ao-
leather tender from age; no shopworn neck In soft mud for three hours. lIe Is More 1Vtddings.a' '
a tad expect to be away several goods. Note the address: ATE. We understand Civil Fnglneer: count of treasurer's sickness, and will 1 Is.
4 at home for short time
now resting a
JULIIH KLINE. pencer, after making soundings from >uhllshnl In our next issue 1
eksMr to Later The following-which wait crowdedout
Fla. trying recuperate accounts
Arthur T. Feaster has been con.ned Titusville, Norrls' Cut to /Snake Creek, decided that
of last issue tells the tale "Mr.
received at the ADVOCATE office our :
to his home through Illness during say no diedging was necessary In that lo- Till LAHOKATOItY Ol' T. II.KICIIAUDS. i
:Ir. Ingraham Is laid up with fever In and Mrs Wm. H. Battersby Invite the
past week. We hope to see him out Susie Brown of Point's cality.
-Miss one City //St. Augustine.Miss editors of the ADVOCATK to be present .
'am ere long popular residents, has been spending at the marriage of their daughter, Lil ---
Hattie C. Jones
-Mix Lena Norwood, who has been several days In town this week. ;onn., sister of Mrs. Wm. M. Brown, ian, to Mr J. A. Durst, Wednesday An AnvotATK rl'J.ruentatlvtl'ItIJttt1: : j

l, at Tloga Bap. When "Will Open ManuKer the laboratory of Capt. T. E. Richards
"wmal t allege, DeFunlak Springs, re- present, and large catches of fish are on the 17th inst. Miss Hattie was a tilt Church, Philadelphia." Mr. Durst ; of F.drn, one day last week, and I WM surprised

irnfd home on Saturday last. being made daily from the railway and general; favorite during the time she III well known on Indian River, having of Maine, I:h'. at the magnitude of the captain'soperations.

Mr r. been the first who drove Information rw'c.Iv..lat the AHVUCATI.; Ho has been conducting his
T McCarty manager of hotel wharves. Young and old 1 are trying pent in Titusville, and she Is going to man ever an

hite City, was in town Monday and their hand at Ashing.Mr. Berlin to study music. /She, will remainIn artesian well In this section His many office from New York, says that the Fla. pertinents for the past eight years rt

unday appearing before the County Frank Sharp, of Coronado the Prussian capital all the winter.On friends on Indian River wish him a long Cast Coast hotels 111'11ol'en\ on or about and has dually erected a large building

ommlssioners with reference to a needed eased the Geneva hotel, Jacksonville her way to Berlin, Miss: Hattie says life oj unalloyed bliss a'lIllrn/lI't'rlty, In the following dates: for the purpose, In which he has me vast

'eu d to his locality.The advance. The Alcazar, St. Augustine, will open amount of the manufactured product; t
will call at
her steamer
on Monday. In a letter from Mr.: Sharpto Southampton,
the let of November under the the V
I schooner Mary: J. Russell ar- the ADVOCATE, he says be has put in England. Her many friends down on man. undergoing ageing process

'fed in Jacksonville Monday, from a first-class line of linen, and now the south wish her a pleasant trip every Mrs. Mary A. Crouse requests your agement of. Mr. Gteaves, late cashier of lie not only manufactures. hU now

'crth Amboy N. Y., with a cargo of hotel Is equipped equal to any house in uccess. presence at the marriage of her daughter the Ponce de Leon. 'amous' pineapple dlgestor. which: lainown

'I.() reo oted Mary Eva to Eugene F. McKinley, Tuesday Hotel Ormond, Ormond-on-the-Hall. to the medical profession under
pilings consigned to II. M.lagler :. the state. Our readers should give It a
fax will\ throw Its doors about the the of t'p lnapin bt also make
: ,-St Augustine Herald. afternoon, Sept. 10th, 18.1! at the open name ,
trial. An Ocean Pier fur Palm Hcach. t
-Mr Central Baptist church, Syracuse, N. y. first week in December, under the inausgemen an extremely refreshing beverage knownas
Henry Egger left here yesterday Messrs. A. C. Brownrigg, Chas. W. 1 of the well known caterers, pineapple champagne. Our representative t

ur Atlanta. He Is on a month's vaca- Brownrigg and II. 'Biownrigg, of Vice-president J. R. Parrott, of the Mr. McKinley: Is a popular young lawyer Messrs. Andersontl'rice, who are now and party gar.pled It. It" 1

'lon, and expects to go as far as Ashe- Orlando, who spent an enjoyable week's Flagler Railway, who passed through Tluirille well known at West Palm Beach, at the Mount Pleasant H>MIS ", White not of sufficient age yet to be called

ilk \. <,'. Upon his return Mr.: and cruising on Indian River, in the yacht on Wednesday, en route south, where he will arrive with his brideaboutthe Mountains, N. H. champagne, but Is a delicious foaming
Wn. first second week In (K'tober. The
Louis A. Brady will probably take a Belle, returned home on Saturday. They aid he bad let the contract to build an or The new hotel-The Palm Beach 1 IDa Beverage with the pineapple flavor, and

tip to Georgia for a month. will again return for another cruise In wood pier out Into the ocean at Palm ADVOCATE and his many friend wish\ -will probably be opened solute time in In Its present condition might be classed

I -Mrs. Henry T. Titus, who has 'been about a month's time, so pleased were Beach. the happy pair-to-be every Joy In ad December, as Contractor A. McDonaMs : 1 1I. about half way between good pineapple .t
*nouily 111 in Jacksonville for some they with this trip. The much-talked-of pier to be constructed pushing the work forward rapidly. elder and champagne.

Weeks put Is expected to return, with Major Louis McLaln, the contractorfor by II. M. Flagler at Lake Worth Cards are out for the marriage of Mr. Mr. Chas. H. DFvleof New York, late Capt. Richards says It will take about

ael' family: to Titusville this afternoon, the extension of the Flagler Railway, says the Citizen, will soon become a John B. R illy to Miss Mary McXIonald, assistant manager of the 1 ,,.all'olnd- two years for this beverage to become

U1:1cb u. the gratification of her husband who had been spending a couple of days reality. The contract for Its construct- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald ana, will be In charge properly aged He also manufactures a f''

and many friends In Jacksonville, looking after the Iron was let last Saturday to Captain It. G. of Palm Beach.: Hotel Royal Poinclana's doors will 118 tonic known as "Bromollne," and thos

A newspaper has at least 5,000 for the road, returned south on Friday toss[ of this city, and work on It will This auspicious event will take placeon thrown cpen to the public about the of the party who visited his laboratorylast ,

'sa 1,000 subscribers. A mer Tuesday morning next at o'clock In
t:" ant that commence laying the Iron about the pier will extend into the ocean 1,000 feet, as heretofore, YIL, that of the effects
puts out 1,01.0(. hand bills gets the parlors of the Royal Polnclana hoteL
t''*'iM!) JO) or 4(4)( people to read. them first of September, but there was some where the water has a depth of twenty Miss Mary Is a bright and charming' popular Henry W. Merrill, of the Crawford The captain Is also making an excellent -

1''I.. hand bills del"ln getting it. three feet The pier will be fifteen fee House, White Mountains, N. II. fluid extract of eucalyptus
cost as much as a good young lady, and we take this early op
,I.h. wide le..lInout to the end The Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine will It will of readers
I "wrnent In some home newspaper.' -Mr. Lawrence C. Moore, of Chicago, enlarged portunity wishing hers long and prosperous pay any our ADVOCATK

t'', the women and girls and half the who has been in town reveral days, at which will be :JOxTO feet in area. This married life. Mr. Rellly-whom open In January, and will be taken who may be In the neighborhood ol
will be down with stone of of Mr. Romer (; \ well l Eden: to visit his The
z :and to the overhauling and repairing weighted charge by 11\11. laboratory. cap
boys read the advertisement. tending we have also met-Is said to be a gentleman
I'1' merchant launch, returned to his which<< some :}ffJjJ, tons will be ulled. known In connection with this palatial taut Is In love with his work and take.pleasure .
who uses the newspaper of his naphtha of sterling qualities.We .
', '" I 1(0 more readers. There Is no winter home at !Sebastian the first of the The piling with which the pier will be acknowledge, with thanks an Invitation hottl. in showing visitors through his

'mating' the amount of business that week. )1.... Moore Is with her father built will be of pine and will be creo- to attend the wedding Hotel Cordova under the supervisionof establishment and explaining the various

"wising brings to a merchant, but and mother-Mr. and Mrs. John Goodeat so ted. Mr. Knott, will l'robably"peo In Feb. processes of manufacture He presented

'Iat 1 each dollar Invested Vris a good Mount Eagle, Tenn., and ls expectedto The construction of the pier will IN -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, ruary. the ADVOCATE representative

'"" there is no ,lo U.-Sumttr arrive at Sebastian: about the firs under the supervision of W'Y.. Howe,I No. one KV; No. two, 110; No. three, 1. The whole of the above hotels will be with an Immense lilly stalk upon which

r ,., week in October. the constructing engineer of the Jack. TltusviHe, Flu. under the direction of Mr. V. U. Knott. there were 20 perfect UUles.I .



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i ;;+- btypman, Albert..Nov. 9, 18&1 .. HIGH LIVING PKTITIOif YOU LlCI: Sr.. i Clyde Steamship c'o

t Wattou, Harry . .Oct 23, 1882 if you keep at it, is

1,4! I Lesley, Fred A.. . . .Feb. 22, 11\8-1 To the Honorable Boards of County
to tell the
: Sf : Peters, Joseph. . . .Nor. 26, 1886 apt upon Commissioners Brevard County Fla1Gentlemen : !

t t. Murray Thomas . .Oct. 27, 1884 liver. The thingsto :-!, the undersigned, W. J.

i Jennet, John L.. . . .Deo. 7, 1881 prevent this are andkbeerinsElection District No. wines P, of

J ',. Crook, Thomas R.. Oct. 2J: 1882 Dr. Pierce's Pleas- Brevard County, State of Florida, hereby I

Goubler, Frederick. . Oct. 8, 188 ant Pellets. Takeone apply to your Honorable Body to grantme

i Walton, Chas. II. . kept 1-1, 181\.i the right to sell such liquors, wines
t Saunders, Thos. F.. . Aug. 24, 18& these little and beer In said Election District, and I

t \ Park, August . Sept. 6,1882 Pellets for a correc pray your Honorable Body to grant me a

: k : : WaltonVhlllielm Oct. 21, 1882 : tive or gentle laxative permit to make such Respectfully sales.( ,

tc L Kitching, ftylvanus Jan. 21, 188NOT. --- three for a W. J. TUCKER.
l 1" i Black 11. 22 1883
Spenser ,
rft cathartic. They'rethe Dated Aug. 2"( 1-0:>. and
'p Charleston
New York Florida
: v Prang, Frederick. NOT. 20, 18W smallest easiest Line(

Vou Koppelow, Max I..lept,13,1884 We, the undersigned,
Urban AllanWlndom 111I r. Election
Ncsbitt Walter J. W. . June D, 1886 to take, pleasantestand of the registered voters of District -

-, Kan. Campbell, Allan E. July 2, 188o most natural in No. J), of Brevard County In,the Florida above, The magnificent Steamships of this Line area
do most respectfully concur
r \ Scrofula From Birth Campbell, C. J. F. July 2, 188. the way they act. application, and ask that the permit be pointed to sail as follows :

Wilson, W. MHodgson [. July 3, 188./ for.
do granted as prayed
i permanent Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.

'! J tt Other Medici-Utterly Failed John E. M. July 3, 188. good. Constipation, Fort Pierce, Florida. (RTAKDAHDTIMK.)

liars . Dec. 14 188.
; k Aug.Williams NAOIEs : WITU\IIE:! : From New York, From .lavkeonnpi
;i! i But Hood's Sarcaparllla Cured. Arthur F. S. Nov. 18, 188.Sc.t. / Indigestion, Bilious W A Smith (p'1er89E.RJ STEAMER ('liarlr ton ? ,'1
il' "Borne time since, our boy then too Attacks Sick Bilious Headache Arch lIendry, Mm day, Auf. 20, at 3.00 p m CHEROKEE Sunday: Scptwedoe.uay 1 ,
Winkler, 1'eter . . | 20, 188 or John IS Bryan, :.W, at 3.00 Pili.. IKiMH'0 14. Tuesday, .. t 1
;; /i years old was In the hands of the family Harrison, John LMai July 3, 188. and all derangements of John I' Cook, C C Davis rlilay, 30.at 3.oil p in" AHrfiMjl ..ThursduvSiindat .t'I'" o, ,
.. { doctor for treatment for scrofula. lIt n Tuesday, 8>'i.t.t 3 no p m H VIMJIFClltKOktb ,
rt i' y had been ffllrtrd with this trouble from 'shall, Francis II ,July 3, 18H./ the liver, stomach and bowels, Reuben Carlton, J F W by Church, Mnnilay rl lav, "" =S:, :at: 3 3'M'I'm.:(:'HI p m ... IKIH11'0/14....Tluinnlay Monday:: 1 i.1;. iI":r : ::,

i birth and we had been unable to give him Clement Klein, FrankTangzelmg!, Geo.. .V. Oct.. 18 5,, 188NOT. 188 are prevented, relieved and Alexander Den, W Daniel A Smith L Futch, Wednesday: "" U: :: :3.0111::: : :omAU.ilSI:: ;. fN.1J T'I ; : :;r ;::

, ; Only Temporary Relief. cured. I 3 OH in UIMiOKVtIKIMJI '
> We derided' to give him Hood's Sanmps lingo July lf, 11'187' W T Hayes! Friday; 1J,: : 3:INI' p p, m : '01*. ''' '; Ir:: I 1+: y yFTuesday :
L D Mettz( W W LaYlort Monday, 2.1..t 3.00 ni AIODMJl .Sunday, "
: 1 .' i rills and are glad to say 6 bottles of Hall, Edmond V. . May 6, 1887 They're guaranteed to give C C Davlll, We.lnesdi.y, 2', at 3.00 p p in..... rLMIMlItCHLHOKtt.:... 1.11..la' Itt 1 It" 1 1"
.. rlda 21. at 3.DO in ..... ,; .. Thursday, ,
; I' h' Hood's entirely cured him. Our oldt'tltf i Peterson, W. O Oct. 27, 188 satisfaction in every case, or James A Russell, C C Davlll r ) p [ I"F

I, f r': daughter has been liking Hood's Sares.r Price, Edward M Jan. 3, 1887 is returned. John S Bryan,

; t J i penile! for rheumatism with good results. Illndle, W. M . Oct. 18, 1886 your money J S Bell, James A Russell!

t.(. i j 4 it.; We have used from first to last some fit Hogg, Adam. . . NOT.. 23, 1886 John 8 Bryan, Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Line
l medicine and have received G Bevl1l J S Dell
t worth of the ,
GilliH, Malcolm BBarswell . .Dec. 13, 188/ The of W T Hayes! For the and until further notice Steamer "YtMASSU:
:fl the equivalent of several hundred dollars worst cases Chronic present : \* ntejr!
J' f it; worth of doctor's treatment and good Henry O. Oct. 7, 188 Granville Burke, W T Hayes to sail from PhihdelphKfor Charleston, Wednesdays, and from ('Inrlest) n :
I '" Betelson,. . . . July 11, 188Aug. Catarrh in the Head, yield to Daniel J. 'utch, Close connection Is made at Chailoston
Philadelphia, Sundays uith).
i :
t >Cures Louis K. . . 27 188 Daniel L }Futch W T Hayes T
. Hood's SS Myer, Dr. Sage's Catarrh Remedy.So Granville Burke, Florida Steamers for business to and front Jacksonville and all Florida |patAlsol'hiladclpltia ,);

t, ,. ;'tJ health to boot. We cannot speak too liocker Richard : Aug. 27, 1887 W T lIayell, Granville B Burke and teller points via Philadelphia
"i' : highly of Hood's SarsaparllU ss a blood Nesbltt E. J. . . Sept. 3, 1887 certain is it that its mak. Daniel L 'ntch,

10; I ( t purifier. It is all that is claimed for It..' Beneker, Henry . Sept. 28, 1887UudmonllcnOlal offer reward for It I. Brown, it D MettzW
", r C. E. MTKBS: Windom, Kansas. ers Ssoo an A Smith,
St. Johns River Line.
. Sept. 20, 1887
It L Brown
1'' t Pills act narmonlouaif with Hall, Francis P . Oct. 22, 1887 incurable case.REMEMBER W A Smith, J. D MeUz,
1 HOOd S Dood'.S&rllapu1Ua.] feu
.. Evans, Chas. II. M Nov. 30, 1887 J E Whatley, J S BellDaniel
I .t f McConvey, Peter, . .Oct. 18, 188( L Futch, For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points c

t I;; { j Free and Hoech, Max J. . . Oct. 18, 188( THESE FIGURES.The Wm Anderson, W T W Hayes DeecherW the St. Johns River.

'II' Carlsen, Peter. . . Oct. 18, IlStl' W W BeecberVm Anderson

I t i Accepted I Mason Hoech, Alplions . .Dec. 2, 188 total assessed value of prop W T lIayn, Sto; imor:: E'V'org1nc1.o,

: Jj Paine, Joseph .. .Dec. 6, 1887 erty in Urevard county is two J J Keen, It L Drown
Daniel L Futch
1 j White Arthur C. . Mar. 21 1888 CAl'T. W. A. SHAW
.: ; ,
. l 11 l million, two hundred thousand dol L L Caalton, Granville D Burke
: 1 t Indian Titusviller Young. John July 3, 1888 Jail A Russell, Is appointed, to tall from Jacksonville Tuesdays sod Saturday at IMto p'. III. retunnnc, let

Jtlver Fla. liars, Ilendrlck.. . July 16, li188 lars. J D lerlwether, J S Bell Sanford Monday and Thursdays at 5:no a. in

i I", J i ; Lodge, No. 00i Sturk, John L. .Aug. 8, 1888 Mr. Flagler'a holdings are taxedat L L ('arlton

,i i j'; Turner, Francis Sept. 12, 1888 six hundred thousand dollars. J A Richards, J It J L Keen Brown, So'TH Read IJ ;:'IJ. tCHElJCU: I ORTa head 3uU up;

"v,1 ej 1 : Holds its meetings| the second sod fourth Fr ., Slsbett, Andrew. .. Oct. 4, 1888 The J., T. k K. W. R'y companyat J J Green I. L Carlton Leave .
day of each month, at the Court houxe,Titus ? ..... .. ... .... .. ..... .
f vllle, at a:5): ) p. in. Trafford, Alfred II Jan. 0, 1889 almost one hundred thousand G Bevl1l, '0 !.g p a. ili. .......;:..Palatka.....:::::...:. ..:: .: : :: Leave.- .t 111'
f .ll l1 J. Ms iwtL, 8. H RAY W M, Jansen, PeroTownscnd . . Feb. 11, 1880 dollars. Henry GOlisman, L L Carlton a. ..... ........ ..... ..St. Francis.. ....,.... .. :. :: 13tIL
i 1tec.i G Bevill ? ... .. .. .I

., I 11 I q: 'SOCIETIES, ETC.R Ahlstedt, EinestV, Richard.W. .April Feb. U 12,, 1889 1889 Wild, about lands, two owned hundred by corporations and W A Hendry, J. L T Cal'ltonW lIayell, Arrive"" !: ) s.a.a a. m tn.u.a m:.::::..::::........:......::.......................'. IT0i-; ;;;':';';'...;.........;......;... :;::;:;:' .. .. I:11.v,f

1. R t' :. j KNIOIITS OP 1'YT111AS.r Perron, Henry .. . .May 17, 1889!!) eighty thousand dollars. W l' Hatchett, D L Futch

: '\ Fairweather, David C. May 27, 1889!) Total, of these three items, nine U Bevl1l, Gen'I Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., JacksonvilleM
t ,,:'tIi Heinlniile LixlK, No.3D, holds Its meetings at L E Jeft'rlell W T Hayes
. tl J the Court home, the tint four Thursday even. Llpp, FiankTaylor . . .July 5, 1889 hundred and eighty thousand dol- n Devill H. CLVDE, A.T. MI .. F.1I1.IRONMOz.OER.JR, .-1a.l'a... AO

t .1 l H Ingi of each month,at 8 o'i lock p. HI.H John. . . . Sept. 13, 1889 ars-nearly a round million. A A Hendry D L FutchU Howling Green, .New' York. 88 West Hay ft..!ack 't I). dEiorn, AV II HARKIH, THEO O Room T. M, L. HOWARD, }'Ja. JrtAirtFoot ..
\ ;
j'J''!.. :I f.i 1 C. C K of R & 8. Blatch, Phillip K..Feb.19,1890Wettendorf Non-residents are taxed at least Bevill
E .Jack.omdlr rA.
1) L Futch Howling Green, New York. }loj;: n Pt
August E. F.. Jan. 10( 1890 six hundred thousand dollars ; our J W Taylor, .
f t W W Deecber J COLII.IGeneralPal.enper: : Agent: J. A LEHLIE Suj erlntemlent
1\ I 4. INDIAN RIVLK OUARIJS."I. Johnston, Norman 11..April :K, 181)0) home people do not pay onefourthof W H Bowen, W W Beecher, Howling: Green New York. Foot Slogan ftt ..,aeks.mdh FD. I

1 j Drill at the Armory over county jail every Oliver, Wm. K . . .Dec. 12, 1890 the taxes. Samuel Newbold, D. .MINK, O F. A.. 12 South Delaware/ Avenue, 1'hlladel/),lila.
i In the month at S o'elm'kA '
(2 Tuesday evening
; | .T tEAKTric,Laptatn.eiiuiiciiKS. The one thousand>>ters in the Wm A Shleppy, Daniel L Futch WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents,
T O Lashley, 11 So. Delaware Av., Philadelphia.. S Howling Green,New rorl
CALL Foil A SPECIAL county do not pay over oneeighthof
J F Bell, W A Smith
the taxes. The thousand
one -- ------ -- -- -- --
voters who have the power to vote Thos C Bass, J T BevillI

R 1 I t.MSCOrAL CHtinCHitrvices On the Question of Uomlliig for bonds will not have to assume more L Futch, .

t 1 the tat and 3rd Sunday. In each Shell Itoud. than twenty thousand dollars ; thatIs Theo Demro, M M McLeod
month, at U a m. aUtl T.341 p. in. Kunday Ach.N.1 11 J F Wooten,
every. m Sunday, on Wednesday at 1.do( p, in Litany Evening vl prayer e aI ; Whereas it is deemed expedient by; twenty dollars per head, or sixty. A Kabenldt, Henry Whipple 15Ab:
Friday p at 10 a. In. this Board that bonds be Issued I to the six cents per year for thirty years. J F Wooten, SouthernRailway

E; RIV II F. HKOWH, Rector. amount of one hundred and IIfty thousand Will the road not be worth sixtysix I S Keen, D L Futch w0JP

I dollars, drawing live per cent interest cents per year to the average J J Keen
4 L %' ?IETIIODISTCItURCII. which bonds shall not run more than voter ? AV B Spiers, G B Burke
r thirty.three years from date, and shall J J Keen,
Services at Titusville first second and
t third. ftalihath at II a. m.every and 7 |>. in, Sunday have coupons attached for the amount Geo. Saunders, O B BurkeR
school at 10 o'cl'M'k a.m every Sunday; Lpwiirt, of each annual interest payment, and 40 L Brown, ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
!: .
1 lea ne at 3 p. m every Sunday; Prayer ineetlnToi'U I
!\: :i which bomb, principal and Interest shall y S Castle, AV T Hayes
k every Thursday nlicht The piildlu are s .. csS ;
I Cordially Invited to attend our nervuea, be payable at Titusville, Florida, the ;; J .. g' .. A AV AV Beecher.

i I ,I 8 W LAWLKU, 1'antor" proceeds of which said bonds shall be < ;z he 0 THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
t'1 used for the purpose of constructing a oc" Send the ADVOCATE order for
I Ix .. :' [ an any
HAITIST CHIKCII good shell road the entire length of the i.i It !'iz n COMPARTMENT CARS. DINING CARS
1'1 county. ; : ;!: xW Length r'' job printing you need.]
0 Yreuchingevery: second and fourth Sundays. a THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS
morning ami evenlnic' frayer Mwtmt's every Now, therefore, it Is ordered that an Y p 2.'m k The largest bible In the world Is a
Tuesday: evening at f:TO o'tint.k. Sunday I School i election be called, to be held on the :m r Cubic It manuscript Hebrew bible in the Vatican,

every Sunday Siinditv at at LaGrange tf:41 a;;in Second Al*Sunday> !praathlnflmt : Oak second for the Tuesday of in October, A.the D. 1891; I"'i--: :!! yarde;shell F e.it.. .it. [ weighing 320 pounds.Have QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
Hill. All are cordially invited to attend purpose submitting o lien- o
::1 II. A. flEiUEH Tutor Ion of the issue of bonds to the legal t. :; S you seen it t Seen what t Whythe

voters of Brevard county. .. T -rE.P; t..0 m : Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If North end :m aast. North wand Wept.
::ot : : can ;1G
Such election shall be held under the m g li! _' >
; own a sail or row boat, don't fail to
+t j CATHOLIC CIH'RCH. irovlxions of the act of May 31, 1895( 01 'Iiil\'o ..I::' 001 you .."0. ... .., .., !
hand It is labor :
Services at 10 a. m.avery Sunday 10 hall over the laws of Florida, and the form of the erg 0J have one on a great ALL TRAINS DAILY ....t .... .t...r.. ALL TRAINS DAILY ": ": ,
lodlall River State lIauk. Children'.catechism 0 saver, and Is patented in the United Ya4a- .WLv. I IIt.4A -4
I j kt*p. 10. ballots for such election shall be Fnr'lunil.i e ;r h'. haul G :. w States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A Jack.onyUle. r.c..r_. 710 am 170 Lv. J5CksOYnle, roar.. 1\pm : .11
REV J. F. U'JIoYu. Rector.Y. ) or .Awnntt! Monts. (such election i J N pC15ce few of the state rights will be sold at a M .....&\, _. Steam 110 pm pm {, bat "., 100 pm >0 amAr.
shall be held at the several places where 'I'- reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton : Savannah, : 1100 101 = : f 1s am / E N
the last general election was held. .. ;z.. Columbia, Ioalh.a= S ce :: / m : 0 Atlaota. m 1 1A..mI1pe
111. C, A. And It is further ordered that the reso- .. '\\i 1 -= ;- ryr Titusville, Fla. .r. ('Charlotte "" _. 170 pm 7 00 am : Chstta \ : ....: ; f0 D smAr. .ill
: R'mhingmn U 1 Clmidnna8. A ....,
I The recrn'ar' Sunday afternoon pi-aver nesting lutlon be published once In each week 1t: t..,!; f.o.b. !: ..., ...... i sna.41:: : Oh :: Ii :pm pm: aoethen. 12 01
I of the:V.,M at.C 4:15)A, will lw, held: the: every Sundjkfternooii for four weeks prior to the date set for .iSj "G "!':. A Year For 50 Cents.The : New York hla, : .:: t it am / 0o am Sirmingham St. Louf.. Cairo' 1h. Line 7 eo smA : _:::
I : p. m at 1'nI..byterlan ... b$ pm 170 amAr. .
o t church, antll further notice i said election in the several newspapersuintcd S .... shaul 0 oV ,. Mempllil. [. c...i B. 1000 pDl -
in Brevard county to-wit The -j!1ie" :" R. ; Asheville. Io.Utana._ ...._....... 1010 al1\ Itao_ Cloy. w uo pml
Melbourne Times, Cocoa and Itockledge ::. !5i :: Saturday afternoon edition of the Jacksonville .
News Florida Star and INDIAN RIPER .1- ed rIJ Metroimlla. will be furnlshed.' by mail For full Information Railway
.' : the low apply to Agent of this greet
_,. coat or =' i' only,at extremely rate rt'.rM": Cents any
I ici.Aitii Tiir.iu INTIX-: YI>VOCATK. d qread w Irar. It will be filled to the the latest -
/=;rL01G{ Q System, or Its connection.
Passed August 7th 1895 with four log news, aa well M a large variety of reading
w TION.btypman 3 lln k 0b uattvr, This la the cheapest ncwsn|*r ever
\3I votes In favor and one In olOIIltlou-the It. .1- It '" published In lorida Hy taking The Metropolis W. A. TURK, C. A. BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICK,

1i a... Agent, Asst a.". Pas*. Agent AM"t Ban'l Past A0".
led. The daily edition of The Metropolis will be *
i j '14: A matter which may be of some In. !111g brldge V g'i r w furnished at the following rate.,in advance only: Wa.MIN.TON. O. O. ...RNOx91LLt TI..... aTtsNTAYWe
'. -The ADvocATE don't cost you three etc o One year .... .. .. .... 14.oo
: Ureht to our readers, Is a list of those cents per week, postage included, when ;' i it flu too D. ALLEN,
.4 who have declared their Intention of becoming taken the Three months ... .. 1.oo
by year. n 0 Qe One mouth .. .. .... ......... ...... 35 Florida Passenger Agent,
citizens of the United States : '1 g C n The Metropolis every day In the week will lw 212 Wet Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
2 The following Is a list of all persona whohave JIIAXI> ARMY or 1'111: In. ::1 1: :'f .old at the news stands at Two Cents per copy
4 3
Auk the new boys on the trains for the paper Jrlv J1l'1tlJ. ittaa.
so declared their Intentions In PUIIL1C.
l' goI U iI! !: l't CARTER & K188LLI. -
Titusville, together with the date of ';' a. Jacksonville, t'U. br r'I./; :' .. 6

.: ,such declaration The Southern Hallway, in connection !
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I Fowery, Paul J. . . Nov 14, J 881 elected by the Grand Army of the Re-

)t I I Hunt, Geo. A.. . . .Feb. Id\ It8.2 public, as the ortlcl.il route to Louisville, BIG PROFITS Smalll Investments WE DELIVER !

I' Good, John . . .Dec. 6, 1883' Ky., for the Annual National Encamp ", *

Kay, David . . .June 21,1884Ilodgeon,11. went In September. The route will\ lie
I Returning\ pro&|i rlty will make man) rich but nowhere can they make *o much within a
U. .. Jan. 2, 1Jan. -& via Everett, Atlanta, Chattanooga and A
short time aa by successful Speculation m drain Provisions and Stock.UA Piano or Oran
Hodgitoa, A. U. . . 21, 1N4Feb. -exiiigtim.

I I f Ulrich, FritiJJooth . . . tl, 18M For this occasion the low rate of one QQ FOR EACH Dollar Invested can be made by our

'I i William K. . .Juue3, 1884 cent per mile has been made, which will > 1U,_ Systematic Plan of Speculation Af YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit, -'\ :'

t Koch John (l.. 24, 1884 make the rate about till for the roundtrip to approval after a trial In house. No money required until "' i '
i rlginated b> IIIL11 su.vessful. speculators operate on a regular ajiteuiIt thoroughly aatisned prices United -tu- "
Webb Frederick J. . :W 1883 from Jacksonville. This is .. Our are as low as any house In the
r May late I*a ';known fat that than are thousand of men in all part of the United States who our terms instrument i
are so reasonable
Flalg, Phillip ... .June 18 lN 3 OIIt'U to the public. by aviteiulic trading through bicago broker,make: large amount every year, ranging from afew anyone can purchase and pay for an
thouaauil dollars for the man who Invents a hundred or two hundred dollars up to eeauoo toimi The
Gallor, Valentine June IS, 1883 Tickets\ill be sold September 8th to .IKK)or save by Ihiwe who Iciest a few thouand Celebrated CONOVER. I
0 11th. and! will be limited for return trip It U also a fact that those w bo make the Urgent profits from comparatively small Investmentson The Renowned FISCHER. :X: PIANOS.
.1 Kay John B.. . . May 9, 1884 until October 6th. this plan. ... porsou who live away front Chicago: and iuve.t through broker who thoroughly The Beautiful SCHUBERT. '

,, ; I'earce Thus A.. . Jan. 1 188(1( IIDde"ian.I..toII"UO ratling.
I ft ,
The route selected 1 has twothiough Our plan doe not rink the whole amount Invested on any trade, but severs both aide I so that KINGSBURY. ,
o Jane..tug. 10, 1888Dec. trains daily, leading Jacksonville at 7JOm. nether. the market flare or fall It bring a steady prods that pile up enonuotwly In a short Vocallon Aeollon Farrand & CHICAGO COTTA
CI me Votey,
l' Menzel, Karl R.. . . 20, 188tt a. and 6 JO p. m. Writ for ('Coavlnelaa Proof, also our Manual on successful (peculation and our Dally ORGANS.
Mitchell Thos..Oct. :24 1884July G. A. K. Posts, desiring special cars, Market Report, full of .......,'-II1&k11lfC pointer ALL FREt Our Manual explains margin >
can arrange for same by addressing trailing fully. Hlgbeet lefereno In regard t 0 our standing and success Brass and small Instruments: Music and Books Write ni; we will> sire J
I II Howard, Chas J..... . 1, 1884 for further laforuiatioa addressTHOMAS oney.
I W P. Aw.EN,
":4! Hardee, Daniel O.. . . .Oct. 98, 1882
l Cook, William..Jan. ItJ 188jJUrgrovei Fla.Southern Pass. Agent Railway, & CO., Bankers AND Brokers, TlioA... 33. Onmpl>cll Oo.,

j. .,, I t", .' W IIJe1. ... Oct. 24, *884i Jacksonville, Fla, 241242 IllaUo JJulldlne CHICAGO, ILL. JACKSONVILLE. FLOnIDJ



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Pl'ofcssionnl Qardfa.ny oc oc oc .c .c o

( ':OBBINS. g. ROIIIII8..I: GRAHAM WALTtN, : % *. WlN c Fertilizers for Fall Crops 3 PLANT SYSTEM.

r CL)

A ATTORNEYS T.I.\W, .-. should contain a high percentage of Potash too *\ ---. -

Hoi-BSJ-From: 12 a. m., insure the largest yield and a permanent enrichment J?
fuss p10to Jorfoct: Sorvlco.
: Jo.ssonger:
and S to 4 WOMEN IN MEN'S CLUBS. of the soil. ?

Trrr,s.IIIt vti.i.K!. :, Brerard'Co., Florida.In Barrier* That Esclwivd the Fair Bet Are Write for cur Farmer Guide" a Ui-page illustrated book. It Vl Dou.blo wily :ra.1c.s: _

kln| Down. is brim full of useful information for farmers. It"ill be tent free and /
and Although it in only in the down town will make and save you money. Address J\
for examining rerfect'land -
';,"'UihrilltlM title.: Loltllt dubs that one may dine and absorb the GERMAN LAU WORKS*, Na*...Street,New York. Unexcelled Pullman Equipment. ## 4"
beautiful views above the city, the treat o JOV JO JO SrJOL Jo

U not reserved for men exclusively. The -- ---

[ 8. JONES, merchants' clubs, which have topside -- -.- .-------- .
rSOK dining rooms all admit women who are Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston.
noo HOOKH ITC. flits:.
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. introduced by the members. The Law Only Half W y. 2 2

BREVARD CO. FLA yers' club not the roof of it 11 II to Montgomery
t TtrsYlLLE, ret on .. ., 8ond Ion tents Mid srft by return nerd a Iwmtifill -
building the Equitable Life was the : }. nmtrrnlr; of the Cotton .States and Intrmattnnai -
Tounty Judge of Brevard County.I :; E |H.itton, |MMt t> |. and your 11 U to TiftOH.
first to extend its benefits to the wives J:ZTy .goes,, name I.and, alive.,, | and lady friends its members, but the nal of ('..", ,,,..,,.,,'* iwrlal "Mall Onler 1Nrer-
Il I tnrv" that will to rsMMtnra and hundred of
I OAtH-OKS!', J. T. 8AXDEMMt'LDEX : others have followed suit, and the men S -en uiperQ I mall onlrr nnn.fa who will send sample marks, These trains Pullman
Xula..,.. must now withdraw to a single smoking )f"r IM1cmdtr' r...... carry through Sleepers -
. : ,101'RNAI of roMMMlCK! ,
r. A: SANDERS, room in each club in order to hold 1 Atl"nla.lla.
and be free of the /! .., ..... to New York, Washington Philadelphia,
11 stag parties to gentlersex. '. ::-EV: ...---..... .- ._--
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, But though the dining clubs are so -"" ,. '" --
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cal practice I In all the Court of the State liberal the regular town social clubsare -= :. r-, Baltimore, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati ,
:: .and the United State Court up --. )w. .
Florhla "I ,t. The Globe Gas Engine Co. Philadelphia
still for masculine only with ." ,
T1TU8VILLK, FLA. very -
0 &t..236. \) St. Louis Mobile New Orleans Atlanta and
Money to Loan. U! few exceptions.: How very backward r ,
New York is in this respect one easily I
discovers by traveling around the coun "And is the pig fit to kill do ye think, Chattanooga.

TOME REYNOLDS, try. Very little traveling will yield the MoichaelT"

i discovery.In lie, he's fit to kill but he ain't fit N

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. Brooklyn for instance, almost! every to ate glory be to the saints !"-Life.8a .

one of the great clubhouses is now w th,
Hntclilnson Avenue, the nightly resort of women, who lime ,m Couldn't 1W Truntrd Thor i itn

1Ei attractive quarters as well as frequent A long legged, gawky sort of a chap

hurdle. Flurlda.10WEI.L days for enjoying the entire building from down the Potomac, who was visiting

In Cleveland\ solid old Union club Washington, WM walking about the

h TITUS, luut fine quarters for Lulled In Detroit office of the Arlington hotel apparently : 51om ,. ,

the Detroit club h.w been at great Julius ga/.ing: on it an one of the sights of the

A ATTORNEY T.LA W.1'rII'lIr and expense to make the women feel at capital when one of the clerks tackled
home under its roof. And while Chicago him for a bit of fun. s
,' In State and Federal court. Land
: do for
is a little more backward 1c.t't'll in "Is there anything we can
Iw > nwclaltjr.] Attorney for Board of the conservative mid old Union League von?" inquired: the clerk.)
''t'ommlwloner and County Solicitor. rlJ-lb.: "
urn 8IX1bc..t'-I..rr. none aeiXht ? pare
club you may find a Ride entrance lurWOlll'U. "I reckon not, was the reply. n"IIII",1 2l"lII: : Inches.
U i IM M. TITCSVILLE FLA. and see a maul in "Perhaps you would like a room if .
you may cap Manllfar'trlrers of the rot Perfect, Itrllitlileanil '
t and apron ever ready to receive them you are going to be in town." Kii.non; 'I lest' Motor for Ijiiinrlim amia<.lit.' .

Freeman Hall, Silas B. Might! and to show them to the section of the "Wl'll. I reckon I ain't; leastways In the very mark little. Ku: ..attention t to .start; run alas until.luitlilrn steppedalth | | of

utorncy-at-Law, DcLand, Fla. great clubhouse that in n' 'f\\Illor their not right now. launches in"i>i>lite sad stationary motor

A WRIGHT, use. As fur \wiyas Sau Fraucixro also "Do ;you think of coming?" MKVr.: W. .IrKUMK: ,

BALL I found that the women were welcomed "Well yes, me and my wife bas been Bole Agent for llrcvanl anti Orange Ht. iicle o'n'e, t:la.

INSURANCE AGENTS, to one of the big clubhouses at host, talkiu about It. (Catalogue and price on ai|>|>llratlon

ntuMille, Florida. so that from ocean to oveau and lake to "Of course if you come you won't The INN, Port Tallinn) open all the )"car.

, gulf I have everywhere found omen find a better place than this to stay. We ,
J ItcprcRcnting: the "Old Hartford," admitted to men's clubs. I refer to the are in the finest quarter of the city, and
\eriMHil & London & Globe, and all the Pickwick club in New Orleans in peak- the White House is just across the The Largest and Most Com-

ir ailing rite lines companies.to $20 (XK Are) In prepared to of lug of the extension of the custom to street" plete Establishment South.
up any part "
.revard county. the gulf.! "Is that so? exclaimed) the rooster. The Plant Steamship Line.

-- It may be that the multiplicity of "Yes indeed. GEO HACKER & SON I
clubs in most of the cities bus led to this "Then it ain't no place for my wife. ""I" ',
This startler for the clerk.
breaking down of the old burners that I was a
J w EWAN, excluded women from these stag meeting "Why not?" he asked in surprise. M ( S'+ t luxurious. N t elllllf tllil' Vely
U. S. CmnIl& IONEit. "She would be greatly pleased." I
places as religiously! as all of them
Notary Public State at Large. except perhaps Mrs. Lance, have been "In course she would. She'd be ill CH ()nChe..1l lvllE ('l'ist. ,

Lands Selected made. kept out of the Masonic lodges. I shouldnot tickled to death, she would but I won't
; Conveyances
.>rresMin lcnce solicited. Address! : wonder if it has been done as muchto let her come. 2 Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa ,

Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, make the clubs more attractive as to "But why?" Key West and Havana.
r Otllee, Ewan's Landing. follow our national adherence to great "You don't know my wife I reckon?"

r gallantry toward the lovelier sex. But "I have never had that pleasure" I t Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.

whatever the reason it must have helped bowed the clerk. ....
the clubs in capturing and subduing "In course you haven't She's a fine
t V II. W. AVKENX, PasHfiigor! Trallic Manager: ,
their strongest opponents. It has robbed woman but elie's got her weakness.
A ATTORNEY -LAW, woman of her sting, and domesticity "Bnt life in this hotel would bring Savannah, la.:

I 'f' has been shorn of the armor with whichit her around all right" I .
Went, Florida.)
fought those men who dared to find "That's what you say young feller, Manufacturers of -

Will from their fireside. Perhaps but I know Susan. Why ef she come
practice In the United States pleasure away
lid Mate Courts. OJUI11DII. the present innovation foreshadows here to live the onldn't be here a week Doors Sash ]Blinds &
the glad time which an old clubman, in till she'd be rnnuin acrost the street The Florida Central peninsular Railroad

New York insists is coming to destroythe seven times a day to boner some dent

B L WILLS, old club life altogether. thing er other from the White House Moulding and Building Material.

He is very gallant to them when he folks. She can't help it to save her life Short Line iM'tui'ou riorltlu and all Northern INtlntw..

1'HYSICIAX &: SURGEON encounters any ladies in the club of but they're kinder used to it in our Oiliest and Wareioonm, King! Opposite
which he is a member but in his secret place and it makes it come a good deal Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore

/ rlTt't! YILLE, FLORIDA. heart of hearts he "views them with easier on me than it would here where Cannon Street.Charleston ,

alarm. He sees the devil in them as people is some different in their notions.No 5 Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.Kvrrvtt .
FutE::: Ilutchlnson Avenue, nerth did the monks of the middle sir ef we come to Washin'tou to S. C.
Indian River hotel. ages truly who as taught that women were the stop any time I'm goin to git out in the : Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Xiuihvlllo, I.<>ulTllle, Cincinnati,
that the exactions of soobnrbs, where Susan will have room Chicago.
evil ones. says Everett UlrmlnKliam, Holly Springs, 1\emlhlll, Little Hock, KnnHiu City, bt
'<>HASPINWALL, society which demand after dinner calls to spread without bumpin up ag'inst Sash Weights Cord and ,
I Louis, Chicago, Sioux City. .
and calls in to calls and calls the fust families. -New York Sun.
response River Junction, I'enlllwola.oblle., New Orleans Texan, Mexico, California

lE! .VI, ESTATE Jt INSURANCE. of and many monopolizing sorts are of already time that so numerous men have Newspapers of Two State. Hardware, and the l'acillcCoust I:1'AvtlsoJuly: ( H, I HU.5.N. .

I and the Pennsylvania has more daily newspapers ..w York Ihiillml anil New York Fast.
making them, even '"'" ,.
given up than any other state ((197) and 19 l _. were Man Laves ".'k .nvlllB 7:I'm a. In. awl .:?Mt
htl' 'ALLIE, FLORIDA. women complain that for one who is in York but thereare Window and Fancy Class >. m..ilallv, with IhriHiKh liillman' Hl rwn furKvurett
more than New (178)), w .
society no time is left for anything! but r" Havaiiimh. I ohunlilaantiliiKtiin, llaUtlin.iro
twice dailies In New York '-ears New Turk Ikmlun ami all
as many ,
account of the merely formal ::: ArrivesJwkwmrlllel05.: I : ; .
W. CRAVEN society on A SPECIALTY. Eastern point lu.
s F. city as there are in Philadelphia and as r I. .005 and roe .
calls that are exacted of society's vota |> m.
in Buffalo lacking aa in (' St.Augntlneandeaw
many one a-a. 9 'umparuurntl'.vebetween
DENTIST, ries. So he says he foresees Pitteburg. The total number of newspapers New Cork' inning car tii anil from Maililnicton.
clubs will be utilized by the women. Wss.r .
Tm of all sorts in New York state is r
club ,
that to degree each !
He a great s
says and this is 661 more than the total 5-y. = .
11,993 /Y Only I lee Through the Itamitirul Hill
social circle and ,
')ffic. and rooms in Ray building, up- represents a set or in Pennsylvania.-Printers' Ink. Y' ('++,'atryof Mhdle lorlila, 1'en.weolr.sld
that presently the women will hold their r e J' rM-itiiiM la liny l-ea *Jai kwmrlll. HUM a. m.w" .
"taire, Washington avenue. certain days, ce fur ... .. lJ". I Ink.. Mailltou Mnntloollit.Tallahiuiiive .
receptions in the clubs on A Sure Thing. In I rtiver.tunetiun. I'Dinuwtila Mulilla,
either all agreeing on the same days Exasperated Hnflbaud am tired of Nvwllrlnaiiii' anti the ..aouthwcnt Mejlro, California
.'" ami the I'wlnn ('._,. (carries ,
John to 5' ; Sleepers
number coming
B. Stetson University or at least a large this everlasting quarreling. I've a notion ,,e0 / Arrive Jiu.k*..n llli>T:*)a. in.Ijave .
such Then he says, the ,
an agreement. of jumping off the dock. r "
DcLand, Florida. men and women will be able to pay off Provoking Wife-Oh, don't do that! Poor '' JaiknonvllliillJMa. : ui. for.Htarke,Haw.tlionm .
stroke h c e e' .e. Hllver H|>rliif| m-ala llainiwvlll (etlaf
a dozen debts of politeness at one You may be rescued and brought to x_ c ; : 'r.h r -"" I UIWIIIN| |,. Immtnirf: Tavarc, AIaka,
/ ; College, Normal School, by going to the clubs and meeting i again. Bay! S hst's the matter with \'A : -. "" i IIrra"tl".. IJUIIHM hw, Imif* City, slant City,
\1"1'aeiel.tbX''h; and Conservatory ofi dozen maybe 20, women at once. At getting employment in an electric light f trL l 0h.' \\i, T i"l>a. ArrlvJerkwmvillel.e.pmw

[hratei i V"tea,Institution-hern. !Seven of Brut elegant rank. acuity untliling of*. that time my friend says he devoutly company umpiring a baseball game? Healthmeans e I V I'r Cln<.Innatl and llorlila' UmlUil Lave Jack.
in' teem lighted by electricity. Hot hopes that we will be under the sod, fur You want something that can be relied M S I I 0 0 ( ., v', ontlllaS.J \>. in. Hiillilc tll>uleTrain. Time
and "old water bat: Thoroughly etl"ll'loetl man's club will have r e a ,little otrr Vt hour to Cincinnati, via Maoin,
i/Y1IInaolllln. rtment ot l'bY.leal the best use of a on.-Texas Siftings. Atlanta ('battaiMNiKa. ri.niiwt for Nanhvlll
oak Military\ Ur1u! for young men. Cultu"'i departed from it Julian Ralph Providence /, ly.ulKYllln, ('hlrsgo and all iMilnta north sariwest
l I.o erkeheaie rolQu, Reading room, with all iearllng Journal Naturally I.fe....... so much more than vac w Arrive Jacaaonvlll: Ju a. in.
and daily anti weekly .
'lh laborat..r. to IIcbt..... "Itb! papa an Iota budding ot t&bUobed for MWllo mputiIc and- Prefer a Steady Death Bat. doing the, business that it ought to," fatal diseases result from I .ydtawrrw a 5i'. ?w Clili-aui lmv .lwk >nTill S:w |>. m. rr U
.is I "barge Second term opens lecemloer Charles Booth in the last volume of aid one investor. w.a. lava, Atlanta, lllruilnKtutm, Holly ftprlog.
,it2?, Send for catalogue< !thlnlr full Infor- his greet work on the poor of London "Why it's paying dividends right trifling ailments neglected.Don't Mviniilil.$HiirliiKflclil.. KaniuufUy, Ht. l rtil i.. Lhliairo. Hloui City. Tuniiigh Sleepers without
tf to and Sioux Arrive
,haniia tn Kanna City curl HI U>ala, and only UIM change Chicago City.
ions F.FORBES. Preddent. has this to say about the undertaker'sbusiness along," replied the other. play with Nature'sgreatest Jw kw.nrill. m.

a* viewed by those engaged In "I know it But that's a blind. Business gift-health. rtle 01511.P. Mr M. for liiM-ai Tainiia for TallahauM anil InturuwillaM*ami Intxnncillata'iinlnt|MIUU. fulliuan*. U ArrrsJarkwmvllle/00p.m.| .m.ri .

is: must be very light They haven't >r iien.krwmvllle, H rUnlHirc and Ailiovllle, .JatkwMivlll*) tUlly al t-M p. in., with

SOUTH GEORGIA COLLEGE, "It is a seasonal trade, and the busy killed anybody for three weeks. "- out If yo of.=*fcclln wtal Thn.rgb YorMstamAtlautat.oTrain.Sllwler.. lially. la Jackmnnllhi 79o..ur.and/rOpm. rullnumi

time is, u would be expected from November Washington Star. we.asdge..r.ily.a. >a>M.iiKrri to Atlanta .log tbs Holly l.rlnK| ,lerwn can remain In their Iwnha until (-u) a. u.
TIIOMASVILLE GA. ::1[ until April though a sudden Browns ,serves.. Pullman Sleepers im all tight Train
Mare *M> *pp taad
For Boys and Girls. rush may come at any time on the advent The Hindoo Trinity. & cant votktxfIn .. fV Bond for Ilmt Inilvxail Townhlp Map<>( flurl'U to

-:0- of cold winds or fogs. What undertaken The Hindoo\ Trinity is composed of .aloneukhilk *MIMllaawllclaa.vakli N. H. PEXNINOTOX, A. O. JlAtDOXELL,
prefer II a good steady death three god*-Brahma, the creator; Vishnu llie at'.II..I.. General
Y""lt\! Iron Trartlo Passenger Ag't
of Seven Competent Instructors. rate. Fluctuation annoy them for any the preserver, and Siva, thedeatroySr. Browa Iron felt la Manager.

1 '"''";.' the most Approved Modern harp rise la the death rate is sure to be The second personage is representedunder Ur*. A far bot

Methods followed by a period slackness For more than 20 different forma, but tin' car Iron*-bcmSIcoma |avery .

h.' l1!I instance the influenza epidemic greatly the most common U that of a handsome Bitters tnt doaa-
Departments, Including Music and overworked the trade in the yean 1891to youth with four hands. anA*>Mf ilaJ aad* ItpUauat
Drawing 1898. The weaker members of the l" take,

mmodlous! and Elegant Buildings and community were swept away and as a I A yank roan Weed Bennett has pat

Grounds. consequence!' there I* nOW a reaction and his bicycle to profitable use in the Australian It Cures
h this (1694)) has been one of the golf Selda by establiofcmg with
"' 'I> ''u good families near College at experienced in the annals of It between L Dyspepsls Kidney and User
worst ever a postal route Cooltfardie THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
$10 to (12 per month. undertaken This decrease in volume the center of the mining district, and [ NeuralgU Troubles,

I r 1 I.t"'b." *2. loa, or $4 a month accord. of business is also partly due to better Dundee which it ISO mile away f Constipation Bad Blood

II II' >D2| to advancement of pupils sanitation and the autumnal rise la the Strapped on the wheel is a small letterbox MalarIa, Nervous ailment Patented In the United State, Great Britain and Canada.

I \"" death rate which wu known to the in which he carries letters between Women's complaints.

nuance Increasing yearly. trade u the 'plum season,' U now a the two towns for a shilling apiece and Cat oaly the gnalae-it ka craaacd r-J In Use bj some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.

Last year 171. thing of the pant" telegrams for 6 shillings making one lassos the wiapfwr. AUskasat.cab....

411'' lean opens September tad ISY round trip a week. A revolver, a sharp will atliata amd U a.*t fKciMof ol f*. ..lwoe..*.u..stamps l WwU

Watt, for Catalogue toYb. discovered by Ballara knife and a water bottle comprise the .* Pair Views and took-lr... TITU&VILI.K, FLORIDA.
Bromine wu CO. BAkTIUOKf, "I).
rest of his outfit.
E. 182$.
H. MERRILL President, or of Montpelier in
I U>T. A. G. MILLER, Vice-President. ..,. --- -



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i t -+ IHDIAK RIVER ADYOCATE. 4- bonds. We think they are satisfied lenders, and whatever taxes are I whether It will bond shell for road the purpose I wish of to J"un:1: PBtTCHAKD, President\ H. Dnowllf; W., CashiervZTT. Vice-!' tl IdV fbt:

that there in this levied to meet .the and building good
was nothing principal for qualified
i know the requisites
charge. Later on they claimed Interest on the bond., must be lev I voters.. Myself proper and members of the Bar INDIAN RIVER STATE

9 4 A wtttLYJODaxAL or flue DETOTED'SOUS tint TO TBE, LAatwefts Dtrt4ortswT that the scheme was being pushedby led in the form of af-w/or ,;"linglfUlIII of the county are of the opinion that! BAN N

At0 niKQATH HAT IBCTIOmKlitor people who owned shell mounds, and b'Jnlle,1 i' teie* -not I the registration; books cannot be opened;

t ri and were anxious to sell their holdIngs for road frurM>*e*, we that, therefore point, but, In do the not matter desire of advice poll tax on (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida>

to the county at a high figure; We repeat, we have not looked receipt We hold that parties desiring) Authorized capital

1 WALTERS. GHAHAH. then It was urged that a certain the matter up carefully, but we to vote must have- paid poll tax for 1S)2and ) Paid $iog',

law firm and newspaper. proprietors think we have !said enough, in an ItW. Other hold that voters shouldhold I up.capital, $46,:
i'i'A if MlauEdltorA.; Manager,CHAS H.WALTON receipts for 1803 and 18'!". Under l ,. r Average
in the offhand t :: deposits
were agitating the subject way, to appeal to many ordinary circumstances we believe the $30Q:

hope of promoting extensive litigation reasonable people throughout the poll tax receipts of 18')3) and 18'M wouldbe _

,1 Offices Washington Avenue, Tltuvll1e In regard to right-of-way, county, who can think the matter necessary, but the Legislature extended .. .- -- Transacts a General
Indian lllvcr, Florida. and securing a large number of out for themselves. We think that the time for paymen of taxes until Bail 1,.

legal advertisements, such as condemnation though the special "nigger in the October, 181the! : ; taxes of 18''\>4 delin-are Business
therefore, not yet passed, due or ,
ti ; PUBLI'JlF.O KVEIIT FRIDAT.Twelve notices. We think that wood pile" in this case may be still quent.

; even the most bitter of the opponents in the field, he Is somewhat die In framing the election law the Legislature # Largest and O'dest! Bank oo litt I
of the road project know that figured. did not contemplate extcnsloi
.a0bcrlptlnm. of time for payment of taxes of I-
this without foundation '
charge was tIlRtI'fllJ-:
II.80nr \ until October. If the books had cllllled
month '' ,.
Now it is claimed that the .h I'KiTrnAm H IIof
the usual time-the first Monday In
: 1.00 QUIETUS TO MR. CARTER. at the 1\"IIII"alllanl< i ,
Three" M\ people )between Jensen and Wave- April-It would, of course, have I been w IHHKRR \Vle..I'r..IT\ T \
1 voters to have ... Y"" Tat kunnvllle). V Mil' ,
Single copy, 5 land. want to build a shell road necessary qualified k t
"IIe that Meals my pane weals! drnm, hut he for 1'W1\ and 18'U\ ; but Hauwx.L
J poll tax receipts
'. I ; Strictly tn art ran' along the river front to serve! alsoas that robs me"t | name take* that whli h roiim ifteihoaril '" .
I d I low> nut, enrli blllr.r.i: luit leaves me poor Indeed lit view of the time for payment of taxes : "' ,. _, Sall""all\"d, .
( v } The shove rat.InAnde the payment of po t- a breakwater in case of gales! .'-Hliakenpeare. of 114 having been extended until __ __ _. iv :--i.Uon.lllank if larkt i, "I i,\ i

t 13, ,, t age time hy during a*. the HnKmTli'tlnnii 1 yearIHnrnntlniDinpK I : can commence an; and that it would cost the county In the last isoue of the Star, A. October, ls95\ :due, the and poll dellnq-tent tax of l'U! Is Will not 1 I'J.'LT VITAT: ...1:, ii .J.\. .
several thousand dollars per year yet pissed
H. Carter, of Georgians reiterated
of a"....,. innnt tic made personally to keep the shell road in repair in you kindly (rive me your opinion on the
,, i at tliln ntllce or l h y writing his statement that the editor of the subject, and I will I* guided by lame In
{ the Jensen precinct. This charge, ADvocATE stated to the Hoard of making out my registration list EAST COAST LINE-
: we have no doubt, is without foundation Commissioners "that his
]MtMRgI1. OF County

) THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION: Recently it has been petition represented ninety per ONi: OFTllKMOSTTIIKirT:;
that the road scheme has Land
charged cent of the taxes! paid in the county 11O31 1t4 Departmen
AFFILIATED WITH THE: been advocated for the purpose of ; also, that he represented Henry

.Nntlon'1. JJilitortnl/ Auo(' ,,';on. lifting Titusville out of debt, it beIng
the best friend Floridaever offers FOR SALE LANDS
++ A i, Flagler, And plantations in llrevard county, II This Company Adapted tll''
claimed that the incorporatedtowns "
t. + had. The editor of this paper tint of James Holmes, at Jensen He

d L Check etc., nay be made payable to "Graham receive half of the money did not make the statement has some forty acres in 1lneal'pl> >s- #: # Fruit Growing and Trudii\
raised within their limits
iV Walton" ptihlliihrrs and proprietor by tax charged against him by Mr( Car. the field In the count .
I II.1 1 ti ation for building the shell road. ter ; he simply stated ",/"it hi probably It bears evidence largest of having received the ALONG ITS LINE OF HOADS.jy .

Addren all enmmnnlcatlnnii to the 1'roprle- We do not believe there is anything )ttion rrjn-enentwl' tiimtir rent best of care, and the result of intelligent Special terms to actual settlets. For further particular. ,Add,,..,
tne whatever in this charge.It "
the busine
of men of! effort. Mr. Holmes has always been JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commi
is in order for the anti. 81"n.
I r+ GUAHAM & WALTON, now and that it had been procured with- ciimtldcrul a shrewd business man; he 1

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, road men to search around for out solicitation, in less than half has adapted his careful methods to pineapple J., St. A. & I. H. Il'y, ST. AUGUST:. FL
i s g some new charge before making
an hour. He told the board repeatedly does not stint bplintitlon
rt I TITI'IYILLK, Fw.rDA.I' culture, and -- -- -- --
and another
'. that he did not know how in the
l "nigger in the wood pile." Nut! Everything juhed THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA
Mr. felt the
Flagler on road project way of labor and fertilizer Is liberally CARt

; ,\ IT is reported that the Georgiana -- When one of the speakers in his bestowed; and barring another freeze, ,

I tf settlement is about to take steps INCORPORATED TOWNS AND argument claimed that the build Mr. Holmes will, undoubtedly, ship 8ev. Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread.

"I I L ; to incorporate, in order to secure a THE BOND MONEY.The ing of the railroad had not helped eral thousand crates of pineapples: next

I' I ;, : ': share of the prospective bond Hretard county, materially, and summer He informed us he uses about

j I': !: d money. This report is probably opponents of the road pro- that the building of the shell road fifty tons of fertilizer per annum. This

u I only a wild rumor Such a move ject seem to be delighted with the would benefit the county less than of itself means an outlay of nearly two .4

'l,'. on the part of the people of Georgiana idea that they hate discovered, even the railroad had done, and : thousand dollars. He employs several

c (I. would, in our opinion, be that under the law incorporated that while Mr. Flagler paid a largetax hands steadily throughoubthe year, and

'1.' i absurd. bill he, with other speculators,
towns are entitled to one-half of during the shipping season compelled
had gobbled up all the land, we additional force.
whatever money is raised in the to engage a large

I; ; } t' THE PEOPLE OF COCOA, way of taxes to meet the bond simply rose and raised our protest His home is one of the most cos y
such and said
r issue for a shell road. They charge against a statement, : places in the county, and constructed
M[, the best
', Or at least many of them, feel that those who have advocated the "Henry Flagler was" with a view of permanency and comfort.
friend Florida had and this
I that they cannot afford to have road project have known this all ever Ills own special retreat or den, U situated .
is the in which used
w but have the only way we the summit of his dwelling\ from
i their taxes increased five mills fora along, kept public in his on FOR SALE BY -
the dark that the knowledge name. which the entire neighborhood, embracing -
shell road, but they can easily thinking
Mr. Carter has been guilty of I;D .A.R.D STILXNG
bear a burden of from fifteen to would have a tendency to cast a circle of some ten miles, sprea< ,

r twenty mills to pay for the benefits disfavor upon the road project. willful and malicious falsehood.We out beneath the spectator like a map; ; The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer.
have absolute to that effect
..v. I which are enjoyed by an incorpor They pretend to believe that cer- in proof but old) ocean Is in plain view from this oitervatory. GOGO.4L, Xra.ca.lcin.: :River, FLORID
::1 f ated town. In other words, they tain citizens of Titusville inventedthe our possession, we refrain We do not know the exact
from at the
road for the publishing, request elevation but it is sufficiently high to
have decided td orate. Well project special ,
.fi I '..1 and good, if they have decided to purpose of lifting the county seat of a prominent gentlemanwho insure comfort and freedom from mosquitoes -
in the
do so for good and sulllcient reasons out of debt. They praise Judge co-operated We have exhibited preparing our and an absence of breeze Is a ASPHALT ROOF PAINT
".i but if they are only putting Jones for making public the fact rarity.
to the editor of the Star and
.' t'-a; themselves in shape to secure that that a portion of the bond money proof Notwithstanding the heavy amount of
he admits that it l is conclusive.We .
portion of the bond money which will go to the incorporated towns, taxes which Mr. Holmes pays, and the Ground In Pure Agents Wanted
have Mr. Carter
it is claimed the incorporated and the people of Cocoa, acting siderable given in con columns thriving settlement of various other taxpayers 011, Red Brown sid

.i 4 I towns are entitled to under the upon the hint thus given, have There prominence is a limit where our forbearance I who adjoin him on both side, and highest J Write for Sample

law, it seems rather shortsighted taken stl'pS0 incorporate. If we we regret to say there is no road con- Prices,
be virtue. In Grade
ceases a Black
i to assume a burden of fifteen or resided in Cocoa we would be ableto necting his settlement with Jensen,
r future we shall consider his remarks Catalogue, E'
I k twenty mills to get a paltry two judge whether the incorporationof which is less than a mile distant. :It Asphaltum.
beneath notice
!;; and a half mills, and no certainty that village! is a necessity or a as our ; at matters not whether the project of building .
least in the columns of the ADVOCATE '
,. ',! of even getting that. wise step. If the incorporation is a shell road Is a success or not, one
i but if shall find
being undertaken for the sole. purpose necessary thing is certain, It is an outrage that the
\' ; appropriate remedy, and apply the TIN IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and R :
of getting a share of the bond many people and heavy tax payers who ,
; THE MONEY TO BUILD THE muzzle. If we cannot win in the
money-even admitting that the reside between Jensen and Waveland
road fight without resorting 'to road Cars Fences and
SHELL ROAD. incorporated towns will get such a have never received any benefit from the Buildings, Freight Bridges,
b falsehood, we prefer failure.
share-we think it a foolish' move, taxes they have paid for road purposes

I 1: The money with which it is pro because they will burden them Justice demand that the County Com Iron Work of every Kind

I UU,j posed to build the shell road will selves with a municipal tax of WE expect to publish the reportof mlssioners should strain a point to give Read!
J 1. be procured by sale of bonds-not about twenty mills, which will be C. T McCarty, also the reportof this section at least a good dirt road. Building Papers Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt

''j t. I by a road tax. The money to be needed to run the town government R. I). Iturchfiel and of the committee We feel confident if that much were Roofing and all kinds of

+ t'' raised to meet the principal and in order to get back less than of County Commissionerswho done, and the bond project fail, the people ZeooflrLgT Supplies, mo, <.../""
interest of the bonds will be secured three mills rather foolish to pay were charged with framing a who reside south of Jensen would

by a special tax for sinking twenty mills to get three. In other plan as to the issuing and paymentof very soon shell the road by private sub The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,

I, ..i fund and bonded indebtedness words, the bond tax will be about bonds in our next; issue. scription. Manufacturers of Asphaltura Coal Tar, Oils etc,

not by a road tax. Therefore, we five mills ; the incorporated towns
3200 to 3:100: Wiiiinmsbiirg Ave., Richmond, VaCopper .
do not see how any of the bond may get one-balf of the money, or SENATOR QUAY is a living instance Vacation Time

1} ; money will go to incorporatedtowns two and a half mills. We do not of the maxim that "nothing -- ------ -- -- -
under the provisions of the see wherein the incorporation of succeeds like success." He has I* at hand an.111 gladly welcomed ball

road Jaw, in the appendix of the Cocoa, wed/rora this standpoint, captured the Pennsylvania State especially those whose duties in life
have caused them to greatly run down Merchant'sMetal ;
Revised Statutes which will be a profitable move for
provides very convention and gained a magnificent their system to meet the requirements, II
; that all incorporated ,towns shall the citizens of that town. Before victory over a very strong physical and mental, forced upon them. "Spanish"

receive ane-half of all money derived closing, however, we want to hit combination, which was formed With these and others, it U Important x

t by levy of a road tax. this "nigger in the wood pile." him of of whether at home, at the seashoieorin
against composed
'I I many the country, that some thought be givento
I The bond money will not be Judge Jones ,bas never stated, as the leading politicians of his state. diet and as further assistance to -* TILES. 4-

J : raised by levy of a road tax, but his opinion, that the incorporated How would Senator Quay do as Nature, a good building-up medicine \\'. have three dW1Nlxc

t l,, by a_solo of county bond towns are entitled to a share of the nominee for president by the re- like Hood's Sarsaparilla- tl best be for Straight l Surf-

I f Tile money raised to pay the interest bond money ; he thought it was publican party, if the democrat resorted to. If the digestion I I. |>oor. via : 7 10,10x14, *: >41*.' I IAI
probable they would be. The Ai liver deranged and frequent headaches well a., a .1..t'I..1 l fro,
and the bondswill -
J principal on candidate cannot be elected to the seem to be the rule, Hood's will change t 1 untmt TILE fur I I Iliurr.
be raised by
11( provide for a iitAiny Rust "ml up, but we are ready to venture a pie of Indian River would prefer their home and business In a refreshed
"oudell i ulaGtrdteJe.i horse-baek opinion that the Incorporated state of mind and bodily health. Ornaments ,
I' Senator (Ju.y to any other candidate ,. ... The most
: i e If none of tbe money for build. towns will not get any th.. the Republicans might ".. "Roof made .and tin*

I ing the proposed shell road, or pay. share of the bond money. Our put forth. The senator has always V\ nn.'toc1. A 1Knn. .4 y '- .: oughly stoini proof

A .'\ ing the bonds, i I. raised by a r<*/./ special act authorizes Hrevard been ready to say a good word In section at once to sell staple The"STAR" Ventilator.

:" ttue, how can the incorporate county to issue bonds, and the and do what he can for Florida ; good ever ; peddling: experience \\e guarantee "ALASKA"'MERCHAHT'S

); towns claim or receive any part of money derived from the sale of I and if he were president, he wouldbe unnecessary; best side line. *75.oo. Galvanised bon all our high
it' We do not Judge Jones such bonds is to be used for building in I month. Salary and ex]>ensei or large or Hrau. grail.
say a position to help us much 9
Abaolutel the heat by'th
commission made. Address Orna
roads ", with ;2 cent be toad. '" II
is in his good county w"J'or HO
4. wrong opinion ; we simply other I' more than ever stamp for sealed particular, Clifton Soap mental Durable. Storm, I'alm, Oil ROOFING I '
take a commonsenseiew of the purjwst" Not one dollar of and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati **"* rroce... '

'r, subject, without having given a the money' will ever reach the Ohio.Orange I Prevents down draught (Incorporated)
moment to look the matter up county treasurer, as it must be paid Till: COMING ELECTION

I I from a legal standpoint ; but Jones over to three trustees. These trustees MERCHANT & CO., 511 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa -I

r' has admitted repeatedly that he can only pay the money out ItoqiiUltlou For Voting Lemon and Grapefruit

was by no means fixed or posith on orders given by the several! The question ha: been rained as to MTAMUIKII VARIETIES -- -- I II

in his He rallied County Commissioners fur roml whether qualified: voter should hate
opinion. simply : .
t.Ubll.hed III'"
: -
\' work \done in thwr thgtrtit Buds and Scions For Sale.I I JAS Y BOFILL & CO,
the question whether the incorporated retjvttice paid the pull taxes of 18M; and iN'M or

"1 ; towns would get a share ofI *. How, under heaven are incorporated of lft sail 1HKI Our Su]> ivl or oflcgUtrntkm anti am I. IIUHI 1'1',1. at *,,l |per to furnish IOU, m: per eye l.uw hurls,Not Orange i leu L. BARBOT & CO. I Fruit and Produce
the tun ami of any "e tort at tluumml rate. (.nii..
towns to --
I; the bond and thought get moneyaway in order to proceed according ,
I I money fruit,r\e liiuu, *.' | rli>i. l |Irr l.,0.i I Orauge
"l'rllxtUu" they wouldCHANGES from the trustees ? It is to I loylo( h:,. written the following iii im>n and <>raM>frult\ M.i. u*. lurmlnal graft.t i) General Commission. Merchants
; / : Mi.erlt > 410 li. >. No amount Commission ,
.1 Per <>n Uuworilvn
i the road law that
i true provides of letter to the \ttorny-Oo l on the for .lon.. All buds and ni.m.i MBtiot
the money raised by road tax the subject. We"III publish the reply | |>al Ire ballarp tltoroughly !; P O. Ho* 1039. .
t ;. OF BASE. incorporated towns shall receive when rvifived.TitimWe. lemauil" all. ilvtalU" .ul..rl..i.(&.." .. uuretl -- aSfliilil V RLr'EREM'EH._rUuei," "i l.ai I- 'I '
I -- half of the raised for Term, (uh with ilnl.r. semi on ; : + in kl,.. huilth (urde..L Cu Clio'g',: Ill I,': .ryl ..
tp one- money KU., St'I't. 2, 13911.! your orilen for future. drltverp. to I quay lie itre- : : MM\ Hank ..r Ixmitiana I : N Ir' f'ir'+
I fltl When the such taxation of d to mi 0....,.just rhrn. vinuxl be uilr" \ t
project for bonding by prop. your Baj.kiOK Ant's, John H L ,
purposes Lulls ; ;)
... 5co.-;: :: :
lien W. H. Lamar and ...-. from reliable sunrise. .cI.oe (1ty J. t'. Hiullb to., tw l. 'ii.: *" '
; j
41 for a shell road was\ advocated within the town limit., but we NNEW j M+
a ertv Address: C. 8, III Rl.LSS, l-vu-non. 's. liallll" ,lia.; K 1.iWlet., ?
few months ago the opponents fail to see where any of this bond Attoiuey-Geueral, Kiienide. Calit.Florida tee..'1a.. fait and lYoduce. Trade < "'

1\, claimed that it was a scheme of money can be considered as being Tallahaaaee Fla. IMeieoM: n. H Norton (t. ... CWfonl (blumere ai Attendeeew .
I Pear Sir-I Leg to ask your advice In F. W. s.vajs wads HaCahfeniia ORLEANS.LA > >oe. 319->>1 1'oyJrae (trertWy'ZAle
j certain lender to make raised! the form of a $'Oil /.**. KeMrea n
money a the | llrevard : tnaat rawer* Bull ('.. .
H.twltltt matter .at Haa"t.A'
county ( H.
t 1 mmlllliloQ from a sale of the The toe -tie will be sold to money ball l*..\u*) a flaIl f >r AD elertkm to dot id e Ki T.!: U|>reM AHI.agent K,M.KlrmMe. M. Haji,Wtf.rsa.wear hug. REI'EHE"EI.ro..l1t.(l".O'nlal.,Ateaclsr. Now Ox-loanH'ok_M*,*011<.*.,"flWW0u







r.- Awarded Coronado Beach. Roseland. ,'SCOTT'S'

Imrhest Honors-World'* Fair. COCOA ICE WORKS

1 -DR; Sine our last letter to the ADVOCATE Mr. Davis; and her Muter, Miss Cain, I I

the following have registered at the have gone to Vero, Mrs, D.ivU' home.I I CARBO-DIGESTIVE li) Coooa F1.orl.da.:

hotel: Robt. MeXamc, Leeaburg; It. II. Mr. E. M. Stokes, of this place, 1 II at ,

Parker, Mt. Dora; Prof. W. A. Sharp, present working, in West Palm Bench COMPOUND.Positively NOW XN OPmn..A.TXON.: : <

wife and child, J. B. Jordan, DeLand; I
Homeland can now boast of two pianos G. G. SJ11 .rlGlli.:
"giBAKINfi Miss Esther
Ch.ew. Chicago; W. It. liar-
Mr. L. received fine
C. Moore has just a 1
vey Miss Minnie I' Green, Miss Ella A. Instiument. the one Remedy for --- Manufacturer -

Crawford, Sanford; W. Laws S. C. the Treatment of I

Fuller, Orange City; W. il. Salmon, New The launch Tartar has returned from NERVOUS EXHAUSTION ICE & DIS rILL. ] D WATER I

York; C. H. Campbell, Jacksonville\ ; B. Tltustllle, 'llth1'[ Marc and Captain

A. Close, New Jersey; John A. Riant, Denny aboaid." I Simple :iud .\It rlvah..t: foims of ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE. l

Palatka;; Mis. Mason Noble, Lake Helen; Mr. C. J. Haidee Is tinderbruidiing DVM'KPMA: AMI :Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Fnticris a'l.t11Il'r C'nnlci :

L. W. FJwang, J. E. Ives, F. S. Hall, (>. :about two and a half acres, on the I PALPITATION\ THE HEART:

P08111 C. M linger, F. S. Hall, jr., Orlando. Krcildouno: plantation. i i1' Lake Worth Ice Works '

The hotel is more than holding Its own :\[ I). Cain has finished planting tomatoes Doc your food sour lifter l'ntln1'0 ,,

in the musical line at present, although anti Is now preparing land for you easily\ confniicd and exclti-d": Do '
MOST PERFECT MADE. Miss Flo's ready touch on the piano, and strawberry culture. you pet :up\In the morning: tiled and iinrcfreKhotl PALM BEACH, ]. I.A., :
Tartar Powder. Fret and with a Hd taste In the
11 Cream of
I tom Ammonia Grap Alum or any other adulterant likewise her bright and cheery face and I Mr. Lawson. of Sebastian, visited the mouth ,I
manner all about the house, are mi sued. frost proof after budwood, and latlicie R dull\ cloudy) sensation, attended -
40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Several additions have been made durIng secured what grove he wanted. by diMiguoablo feelings) In the CHAS-: : H, TT' : : CO.to .,

the past week. At the ve"l'erll on head and ejen": --- I.FLtl.wtts: : IN: -
Mr. Braddock Is expected In Sebastianthis Are yon irritable mid I irstless :?

Sunday we had the piano two violins, week, with a full lino of general Does jour heart: thump iind cause ton Fl.no: Winos: and Liquors,
Daytona. flute, clarinet and violin cello-abettor to gasp for breath after limbing 11 light( ;
merchandise. He will\ occupy the store
orchestration could not be asked. MissChew's from Mr. Ifowarl of stain' 1Does : ?, .IIHI .11: 1 lv. IUT m.,
recently purchased It distilm ton to lie on tho left
Arthur Saylor spent last week work on the,cello Is paitlculary
lii* aid friends In Daytona. enjoyed. :She plays with a true, firm, pace yen impiiiu-d memory: dimnessof
11'i ti' Fort Pierce. Ih' and! llourlmii1il Uo. from, *l ;M1
artistic touch that
has nothing amateurish Uxlon, depiction: of I11h..llllllljIh.my; '
MP.V. .1.I Berne spent a few days In tn eU'M'pTrtAIIPnIteandlPa
about It.IrM.. W. A. Sharp hall foirbudniUM :P fnnil eLra to f I,;n|"'r Dillon
t.nwn last week, looking after her grovepglerty brought her violin with her, and we are Rain all mound, and jet we do.not get These it.MnptoniN mean that von are l'ina' ire nu.ka' a 91"..tatty: of nrth, f;ar+
HutTriint (rout Djupepsii\; and :NcnotisKxhauxtion. alnnnfaln law tern wniskrv threeyeah
looking forward to hearing from her. old, *.'.BO |Ira gullim.tugs ,
flu young people's Whist Club meet Mrs harp has charge of the violin any.Mr.[ Robinson Intends opening his fish There ,Is no other remedy extant that *. -I Kill, 'V* t < gi\\' \..Vttr. > icalMM l .

| ,t tin Palmetto, House on Thursday department of the Stetson University. business a few d.iju.Mis. has done so much for this dof tumbles Ki K*-<1 KKl et 10 Kill, '1.3.1. UililII ,
asScott's .MlI'urtlct
tuning There Is a scheme on hand for a good Tottcn and family left for Jacksonville ,
IMng In ne|) Town will\\ tinll
Mi Hubert( Maley and family have conceit.during the week. Tuesday. CarboDigestive.J ...,, t"iir<1<>r from IIK, *. ..i> i-nn .mve
on ;
Ih.IIIII"'r rent on All orilrrnttT
..\etl i into their new home on Cedar |
"n Our extracts from letters are becoming Mr. J. Tyler and son went up to tail ""-. Alwainl iiionrr with "nrdrra
Compound Wemtll\\ not new u fount* ,unltwnmiftal .
treciMessrs on|
quite an institution, aren't they ? Here Gallie, on Wednesday: returning In the >l..,'a.'ko..."IIIP! rrrrmiif l I. given
Post & Billough are to put in Is something that your readers will evening.Mr. If your case has leMxteil the ullualmetlu'"I" \Peaaalearut/.11.n: I 1.J1'T""n.

iii, dectilc plant at their new town on enjoy; "But it is after the day is done of treatment wcaippiiiticiilatlv
White held services morning and . .
anxious to Compound
|'lit peninsula. that the allurements of Coionado are you give
afternoon, In the Methodist chinch, to a trial.
Oat) bundled and fifty of our citizens most potent. One by one the living large congiegitlons.Judge We guarantee lelief In every CIIHP. and HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
|look advantage of the excursion to attend sapphire lamps are lit, to burn In the will\ cheerfully refund your money shouldour
M[. S. Jones of Titusville\ left
\ the most
the grand bicycle meet last week. green night 'till\ the moon unveils her remedy fail to produce
here on Tuesday lie had been on a few gratifying I l'I'Mlllt" '
silver and draws o'er all her won-
\\i' are sorry to say Mr. Vincent Bish- days' visit to Mr. Tucker. Please lemomln-r that the appellation MANUFACTURED BY
"ip has left for Jacksonville for an Indefinite drous sheen. Beside me the moonstruck Patent Medicine docs not apply to

time, and we regret also that his hound, roused from his evening Most of our citizens are at present in 1COTT''iHBOnioSTIVl: ) : <:

,istei Miss\ Maud, will follow him. slumbers, sits and bays. Feeling the favor of good shell roads, so strongly COMPOUND\ : Chapman & Sudlo,

will glory of the night, and yet oppressed, he suggested by the ADVOCATK. It Is ii prescription put up by a loading
N Gamble, of Cincinnati,
Mi lass speaks such thunder as his puny soul We are glad to learn Miss Stella Tucker physician who his made stomach and! South Jacksonville, Florida.
his beautiful 1
jlifgm building on troubles for
commands and, like unto certain of the is Improving greatly. We trust, tie nervous a spccl illy jeiint.
1 ,icross the river very soon. Mr. Gove We court investigation; and earnestly
lhai- the contract which means a fine human kind, finds pleasure in his own long, she will\ be out again. urge all physicians to writs' us for the For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples. j

work. senseless noise. The wings of evening The Bev. W. C. Barnes, of tho Episcopal formula; :Scott's CartnvDigcxtlve Compound ,
||'Moce of send cool breezes from the brine; and to church, Melbourne, held services which we will\ mail on application -
Mi and Mrs. Flank Peck has tinted that they may satisfy themselves of Attention-GIe
the ear, attuned to mystic music, is here last Sunday evening to large con- its harmless character mid exttllent -- ::) Special to Private Formulas. (::-
and will visit
I in, then New annual York outing state., Mr. and Mrs. borne the song of the siren of the sea as gregation.Mr. virtues Dealeis in nil kind of Raw: Mitulal[: such alt Snip.: \ Potash, Kaiuit, Cotton j

points m she sits beneath the waves upon her Miss S. SCOTT'S CA DIGESTIVE Stud Maul, :Mtiiite of 1"11.1l.te.; ? ttc.
Dardm, accompanied by
I Frank Hind I w ill take charge of the store coral throne and weaves with harp aud COMPOUNDIs Bone ground and steamed In tho faitoij In tlni>e different griHts.tff ,
Hankins, went to Titusville, Tues
I during their absence. voice the web of plaintive melody that up the most rptvuukahlo temody thatscience Send 1 fur Pnmphlrts\ ] and Prices ,
day to attend the school teachers' ex
Married, on Wednesday, Aug. 21, at mortal ears are seldom given to hear. has l pioduced.: It has succtattle.Iwhere :
amination. all other medicines 1 have failed.
I high noon, at the residence of the bridoemother The sea at night none can poitiay: -an I I
The trade boat Merchant, Captain W. Sold by druggists everywhere, Risk I i
I Mrs Mary Wilder, Miss Elizabeth ever-changing fantasy, adapted to this bottle. Sent to addioss In
I Wilder to Col. M. Huston, both of mood and to that. Walking along the Bitching, who has been here for the last per America on receipt of Irh-e.any MUCK LAND

I this place. Only the members of both lonely shore the, heart swells with an few lays, left, yesterday, for down the Don't forget that we l'heerrul1y refund i
friends river. We were sorry to note the genial your money If results are not Hatlnfio ,
I families and a few Intimate were unknown rapture; in the never-ceasing
captain was confined to his !lied. We tory. Older direct if your druggist doe
I present to witness the ceremony, which roar there Is society where none intrudes. not have It.Adliresllall. --

I was very Impressively performed by the Now the moon is masked behind a sail wish him a speedy recovery. orders to
Ill and half]
two tracts
I the Rev. C. W. Arnold, rector of St. of fleecy cloud, and in the shadow each CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO. Ji acre ,

I Maik church. The house was beautifully wave that breaks upon the sand glows Eau Gallie.After .

decorated with bride's roses; and a with the light from living phosphorescence Topeka, Kas. Fronting Oil Canal. I
0 o o 0
I large of long feathery of fire i
mass pampas -vast walls golden boundingthe these
the copious
long dry spell
I plumes, with their rich green leaves, confines of the sea. The moon Apply to ;
showers are very welcome.Mr. Sun, to say that the development) of modern ,
formed a lovely back-ground for the comes out, and frothy foam of glistening
civilization has been so powerful as
Julius Tyler, the genial boniface ALBERT W. ROBERT .
bridal. ,
After wall had
party. congratulations, a white now gleams where fiery
the sad the of
of Fort Pierce was In town Wednesday. newspaper; l'I'o"rl'IIM
wedding breakfast of a recherche kind shone; and, stretching out Into \illimitable trade, enterprise and I invention, which West Palm Beach, Fla.
wu. served The lends of Col. combine in Messrs. Lourcey and Semple visited
many space, water and sky a has distinguished this century, and more
I and Mrs Huston wish them great h.vppi- mysterious distance, In the centre of few Smyrna over Sunday to see the especially the last gvneiation, has been

uess in their married life. which we stand alone. An overpowering folks. accelerated by no means more effectual STEVENS BROS. & CO.

sense of human Insignificance possesses Rev. S. F. Gove w III hold services next than newspaper advertising. The adveitlsement ,

For; Sale, us-a mere atom enveloped the Sunday, morning and evening nit the brings together the seller

Infinite-feeble and helpless, groping Baptist church. aud the buyer the supply and the demand

All kinds of orange and lemon trees, blindly In the darkness, and In all the Mr. C. W. Taylor had the misfortune as in former times, and<< to a comparatively -,--r-: ;;; STEVENS POTTERY, GAMANUFACTURERS

uiU and g>'afts. Delivered by express struggle attaining little of that which is of losing his horse this week. Old limited extent, they were

"grafts a I rail,at prepaid.7.00 per Buds 1000., $5.00 Free from per 1KX scale;; hoped for. Then comes the rebound of Beauty was about fifteen years: old, and brought together by the fairs and mar OF -

and all Send order or the heart and we think, 'How good Is had spent most of her life on the river.It ket days By thus facilitating and vastly
pests. money reg.stered
| > 1 later Address: man's life-the mere living. flow fit to I I. said that Mr. Geo. F, Paddlson I Increasing their means of communication Well Curbing and Flue Lining Sewer Pipe and Drain Hie, Stone Ware, all

C. F. TAYLOR, employ all the heart and the soul and reduce to Pots Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile Fire Clay and I
Redland will\ open a branch lumber yard on Biscayne It ha helped to prices, Shapes, and Flower ; Prepared
4-'. the senses In joy.' 'Tis not what man Bay shortly, and that Capt. Ii. P. stimulate competition and emulation
San Bernardo Co., Sand Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops Tops and Border Tile..
does which exalts him, but what man ,
California Paddison will\ have charge of the business from which come Improvement In production
would do." at this point. and to multiply the demand for 'pSave your money by buying close at Home, and from clever men '

On Thursday of last week Col. Frank Mrs. A. V. Lansing and Miss Belle the materials and the appliances which i ---- -- .-

. St. Lucie River. Sharp, of the hotel, received a telegram Lansing returned home, Tuesday, from I' contribute to the advancement of tlvllieatlon. TIIK REASONS -

from W. W. Cleveland, Esq, of Jacksonville their summer outing. Mis Annie Lansing You Should Buy a Yost Writing Machine : v'
Everyone it out for rain. the regarding
crying telling that difficulty will\ extend her visit to her sister at
Apple Islet For the Skin.A .
Mr Paul Aston has his new boat, and possession of the Geneva hotel had been Portsmouth, Ohio, indefinitely. It ha no Illbbon or Shift Key
be if highly satisfied with her. She met, and that it was at the refusal of the
Miss Annie Paddison, who has been ripe raw apple Is one of the easiest -- It has Perfect andPvunaucnt
V" ,> herself to be smart boat In Sharp family. The Col. wired that he
a very here the week assisting her brother,
past foods for the stomach to deal with, the Alignment.
even would be In Jacksonville\ the next day.
way Mr. G. F. Padduon, In his office, wa whole process of digestion only consuming
rIll Rev Mr. White will\ bold divIne Some may have thought Manager Sharp taken seriously\ on Tuesday night and I, 85 minutes. The malic acid of ripe Durability, Strength,

'r\lCt at Waveland on the 8th Sunday stern and uncompromising at times during left, Thursday morning for her home at apples, cooked or raw, helps to digest i East of Operation,
of things at Coronado,
11 September, at three p.m. All are coriH his running Titusville under her brother' care. meat and to stimulate the liver and neutralize Coiittulence and Scanty r
o but he was always a gentleman, and we
'ii'Hod to attend. those noxious matters which, of Work that U found
unwarranted and scandalous
will\ miss him at this end of the line. The i
I In.. \pineapple plantations along this For a year and a half his familiar form attack in last week' Florida Star on unless eliminated, produce skin eiuptlons. In no other Typewriter.

t 1 ue looking remarkably well, and has been known on the beach. Almost County Commissioner Houston U too Apples are not an satisfying anjxitatoe 1
""i I is forward to afie' because of their delicate tie .
immunity looking to need .
of the he could be contemptou reply especially '
morning year : (feud for Catalogue to
., any 3 J3f
i p the coming season. or coming, to or from his when we consider the source from whichit meet, but eaten with meat In place of
seen going
ft" W-tveland Is Buncombe bluster and tuber they are a golden food.! The 't' FIELDER & MOWER
y P. S. of C. E. get- early morning "dip," and when accompanied emlnate ,

"'b- ,ii-injj very nicely. On Sunday, Hiss by his handsome, curly-haired bigotry are but poor weapons, and If salt and wine sweeten the stomach, the llcwral Houlhvru AgrnU

SIa"dt Simmons found that they are wife his courteous manner was an these are all the antl have to fight with phosphorus Is thought to be a nerve YOST WRITING MACHINE. Ueall'r.lnolticea11l1Tne'l\rltl'l'8u\'l'1iell\

-,...Io! ,oUv Dwelling their membership for the gallants. We their battle 1* indeed lost. It I* surprising builder, and women of all ages since for all Machine. (,arbon paja-r, Ribbons, letter File., Typewriter paper, Impression .
example young be Eve's days liked to believe that the Book Write us for price on what ton need.
Brother allow such rot to
wish the good Colonel success, Wager
sincerely FIELDER: & MOWER,
lit hev Mr Fripp, of White City, such as his energy and perseverance published In hi* paper, for It I neither. "food of the god* Imparted Its delicate? No. Wall! Street, Kimball louse Atlanta, (>a
white to the flesh. Why not Beefeater
A'.1 I Imld divine service at Wareland on entitle him to, and we hope that he will argumentative nor instructive
and wine drinkers *.e rtlll.-I'up-
"" third In at three visit the beach. Miss Nell and
Sunday September often .
l..k P m All are cordially Invited Messrs. Rob. and Alf. Sharp will have Advertising! I'ays.
--- --- --
"tend charge of the Coronado. Miss\ Flo and I'OItT.

N. have already left for Jacksonville COlllllt'tlthe j\iiiiilnatloii. The following i.I a comparative st.ite- New Smyrna x Livery
1"lal' fishermen have arrived on St. Mr. Here I.I w hat Peter Cooper aid of a
and Mrs. Sharp will soon follow. meat of tornpnrature and rainfall for the
1 I' >'>iver, and are getting ready for Herbert\ will\ enter the Stetson University newspaper: "In all town where a newt- A competitive examination, authorizIng wetk ending Wvduenday Sept.. '911189" :

I., winter's work. They Bay they next month.A paper i* published every man should $dvertlne the appointment of one state cadet .- -li5.- Stable

I 'Pent such an easy winter as last, In it, if nothing/ more than hi. from this HUiatorla dUtikt, was held HATE! MAX. Ml.. MAX. WIN -*;i: I

dc at much money. That speak good appetite and refreshing sleep card, stating! his name soil the business before County Supt J. If fama. on fIJ IIi'U tH 75l

: ,''I >t. Lucie River. at this season indicate a condition of he U engaged In. It due a.ti.oly pay TurwUy this M liool house In Tltu- I* Mil 7O Mi* 71 C. L. POIIN, Proprietor.

". will be a race here on Wedne- bodily health. These It are makes given pureblood byltatl's the advertiser, but let p oplo! at a distance stile The ppolntmnt l is for the South 81 1 /11.\"3 74 70 >M'* 71 74

'I,. ming Some of the smart boats and Sarsaparllla.good health follows know that the town In which you Florida Military\ Cultega. at liartnw awl :t tt.\'T' m it

1 1mg t> Jensen and Waveland will reside I II a prospvrou community of bun- the tame of Poron Pa4dlon, of Tltus- 3 fkt 71 Ms Vi Hacks Meet All Trains

'* part In the race, and a good deal of Hoofi Pills are purely vegetable, inters men A* the seed I is sown *o thesew silk, who underwent. a wry good as.aasinatlon 4 I/A m" a IlK 7:1 ;
'. harmless, effective, do not pain or gripe. :Never pull down' Mot in eswNdate fqr Total rainfall: | for the wtwkM luetmt.
went' is recomponiMM. wM; at a
manifested our and ttaB/nrrt to
l'aJIIIt'lIff4'r. baifag
among peoou Departure from ,normal ,..In'efur\) the
your sign| while you expect tod< bUI\\ the iWWar.ltl p. week : plus 0 M Inches. Departure all part of the city, and Coroaoda

[Job work cheaply, neatly and e iHtlously nes and be know to paw....use, or, irvw' normal rainfall irfnc Jaiutary l.t; Beach Call oo use IwfortXEW .perfettlaarrat

.I It! feel tired, wearied or run executed .t the.\pyOOA TIC oMlee, In fact, old re \Wti u who. live w uWe Neva
S S" to the seaside f...r a few day.. TitusvlHe. CIrwrtari, reavelope band Wtt,.Dute'ate.I your town." ,Mate There ave 8MrJt H epwre" talus J. lei. l x..u.OWer. IM"aX.IlJjJUIU..

-,,' iter." ail>"ay. and b.tl rate see 9th and I 5134045 beads. (letter as, eta beak. ete.1, It I* M41<*) PMM&, Mf I** :XfrW YWk W satlt ItdtaWtM& ...., .





Tann( N.. In th. ....!.. ALEX NEAR. -
: f.tt-
STATIC or Onto, City or TOLEDO t ; ERxttr;
w At the time Zach Chandler was firs LtCAsC'OCSTT. ( II :::7---r-: NEAR & TAYLOR'(8ucce..o.

a member of the senate he was one of: FniiiK' J, CHKSET makes oath thAt ,

the youngest members of that body. he Is the senior partner of the firm of

Beside having a youthful appearance F. J. CllEXET dc Co., doing businessIn Artesian WdfJitoctoiL

111 the other men seemed quite old to the City of Toledo County and Mate

him. On the !vt by of the first term aforesaid and that said firm III pay the '
of Senator Mitchell of Oregon Chandlerand FLA,
WHY IT WAS. each and every case of Catarrh that cannot
he sat In the barber shop and chatted ;
be cured by the use of HVLI/S FOR
roily Didn't Know th* Gnus Until H.Eaplal..d about events of the session. and CATAKlllI (:CIIE.

finally Chandler began talking about his FRASK' J. Ciir.irv.:: : WINES and :

"Polly," said I, "I'll bet the Ire earlier career. Sworn to before me and subscribed In v ->s rrTrirr SPIRITS

cream soda against n bos of cigars that "When I went to Detroit" he said, my presence this Oils day of December r wIf f ,:

you can't tell me why I loved yon "there were not more than 60\ bouses A. D. 1880. :(aBEEItS J

She ntoppr l playing "The Gardrn of in the place. Now it has become one of J I A. W. GLF.ASOI' : 'if.

Sloop" and swung around. the leading cities in the west Michigan { SEAL | Notary Public, CIGKABS

"1'11 bet you I" was a territory and we had some pretty Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internallyand rr .r f r : t ETc I,

Let me explain parenthetically that hard times there but stuck to it and acts directly on the blood and mucous OF THE FINEST Qt'ALlTr

Polly would have aowpted the vragpr have been rather successful Why" he surfaces of the system Send for 00 TO f

with an much promptitude had it born added rather proudly, "I was elected testimonials, free.
a tick of gum: again a residence on to the senate when I was 44 yean old. Toledo: O. /NLF 1't .; Uonakeri

the hill Debts never trouble Polly. I "That's nothing," answered Senator :V-Sold by all Druggists, 73c.; Famille Supplied, 11I.r

nettled back in the chair. Mitchell laconically. I, .( t Our Lodgingr n

113egID.n "Nothing!I" exclaimed: Chandler. Notice.In Will be Ready by Oct. I.Rod Luii, t,

Polly looked at me musingly, turning Well I consider it a great deal to have 05 side Washington ave.. between Situated I T,

a ring around on her finger. This in an been elected to the United States senate Circuit Court; 7th Judicial Circuit of K. W. depot and ADvotATE

infallible sign that she in thinking dopp at 44. Florida, Brevard county, A. D. ISI);,. IJ100k'r nr

ly. One may always judge of the work. ""Well" replied Mitchell quietly "I wlII"tt w. 8nell,

logs of Polly's brain by observing the have served six years in the senate and V8. HODGES
Hurt A. C&IIml' and tiara 11111 ranel deed & GODFREi
44 } -- -: .:0,7e: !
rapidity with which she twists her ring. am not yet""I C.'senire his wife sad -

"Because I'm pretty?" give it up !I" responded Chandler Wallace \V Mclhuler,

"Wrong ;so are Minnie Scott Ethel "You have the best of me. The farther IT Clan air +eaHnQ In above by the cans: -'t"e;:; ::: of defendant;::: I::, The "Advocate" Job & Newspaper Offices. Manufacturer* .,,itROfOH J

-in a way, I added us I caught a west we go the more push we have. Hurt A. Cainilre and Cora C. Casmire, bin ___ y:
warning gleam in Polly's eye. Senator Mitchell still a young look. ...IIe. are non-remilentu. the State of loriila -- -- Yellow Pine Lumt
and over the of 21 and that pall ilefenilants I r
age: yearn Adnilnlstrntor's Notice of Final
tug man there is in Notice.
"Because-because I never quarrel yet only one man Hurt A.Camnlre and Cora C. Casmlre.rrMileln I'

with you?" Polly looked demure. the senate who was a member when he KaniUM Pity, Stole of Mlnsnnrl 1 analthat 1 Settlement.VTOTKK OUK SH,. r
there la nn lemma In the State of I'InrliUaervlee All IXTsons having:Halma aicalnst the flllal""f lJ
was first in who has
answered sworn
"True l with
; < commendable con whom would. hind
of a niiliJMspna IIM>II John 1I".nl..te of llrevanl county deceased Orange llox Ideals,
gravity, "but that's not tho reason. tinuously. That is Senator Morrill of mill ",'I"n.lantA. It I In then-fore ordered that thedefendant are hereby required to present thrin, duly InliorcbvgUentlmt on March 2ml, t
Vermont. Hurt A Camnlre anil. *'"...C.tanmlre to the unilrrslEiieil. within the : Fruit 1 egelal.l)le ccata, If f
She played few barn of charming Sherman of Ohio and Stew: "lh""tlCat""i fmm I hall maW. final ", tllr.nI.I'I"dy tobin
softly a a
hi* wife, Im required to appear and answer toromiilalnant'R ..1 by Uw, or Ibis notbw lll Ire ,ilonur Judge .
"exorcise for five fingers. art of Nevada were members of the said bill of uotniilalnt, on or I..*. In bar of their recovery and alll..o..n.| Minors. Junes County Lumber delivered an\ pan I innu II,

"Because-liwanse-I loved you?" senate at the time Senator Mitchell was IM free taken the 7th confessed day of rtolier anil complainant, 1"1101' ......11,11I..11I allowed Indebted to said estate are notincil 10 make Imineillate nfllrerarnleountyLnradlrnccrgeaul:: of tine administration, of the: estate of windingnp H. :T.! on Ing:throe bnlliling: ;h bill on of the lading Kant r,ia Am,' ,,nraw, .. t i b

"No; loved you flnlt. elected but both have been out Senn to prcK:eeil an ex-parte with I bin said: : cause.It payment(.IIAIII.to .: T. AKRnFkK.Administrator \alp, decea, -'d. write for priced: The SnwmiU--it, : ;.:t\tb t I.
of order I. J. IIUi.R J., T. & K. W. Ryi mile -o nl) I
In I".tI"rere,1\ that thin will annexeil
: tor Sherman ropy with the
of the
"Pooh I Only a half minute. It hall as secretory treasury .
be |l"'hll.h..1 once each week for four conswntive This, .Jul) With IH%. -.. oSheriff. ang2-jau3-un Ailm'r Ent. H. T. Yohe. SatsunlalflghtsI'nUtalnicoFI

imagine that we fell in love with each years while another man representedNevada. iiewdia|>cr publlulled said county.WltiiRM \'
the Hon.John D llroome, Judge of Sale. Slierlfl'H Sale.
other at first sight As a matter of fact Senator Mitchell's first term Mid. court an well an A. A. Stewart clerk thereof -

our appetites were unimpaired for fully began in 1873. After serving six years and. the Real thereof at the court honM at J. M. SANDERS

13 days after our first meeting he was defeated, a Democratic legislature Tltusvllle the alt day of August, A 1> ,"\III. U\llER: and: liv virtue of an execution: IHHII- CUEIt and hj virtue of an execution Imnril I
f A. A. HTEWAUT Ing nut of the "Well- hy?" *ho BHked."IWraUMft"I having been chosen. Six: years Unwell TltiM, Clerk CircmitOert., county, t'III."la.ln.unit; therein ]M>nd- I In favor. of John II. M.iclennan and againstR.
later he lag, herein llowell Titus In plalntllf and Jane I have led the following Dcalet In -
lighted a fresh cigar"bncanxo was again elected and has since : I It. Hardee. aru
; Rol. for Coin|>lt. IIS.| man In defendant, I hate )e\led upon and rieerrllwd real 1 estate t.aid IIJ it. (I. llardee, tituateil -
you never asked me to give up been ro-eloctfd.! -Washington Star. *ri>tt-4>rt4 will II)I hell at I public am'11.' in In front of: the courthoiiKedoor In Hrevard county, Florida and 51111 ,ell
tracking. in lltimville Florid. ., on the art the I same to the highest;: and; best "bidder for cash DRY GOODS NOTION!
nthan, tho Armies Wonder. Mondiiv In Ik.t U>r, Luna, during: the legal: liour h'frwut..ftine court house door. at Tltusville,
Polly made no answer, but showed I -. tot of ale, to the hlghiiit Milder for (earl the following niarhlglhe' legal houra of sale upon the tint ,
her for this explanation Unthan, the armless freak who has .. real ..estate toIt: All of lot one (ii), of Monday In 1I.'t"lter.lt Iwing the seventh day of
been exhibited all the principal cities : -t; section thirty-two ((32), ,,",1..11. of lot four ((4)), of the month, to-wlt: Hvginning at a l point on the AD
taking into an oar splitting arrangement ar.r n.we. 4, < -Lw- ectlon thirty three (,U), tow n.hi|> thirty.even9Th west bank of the In.lla..lIlYer two hundred and
entitle, "Spirit of Evening" and towns of the east; during the post f ;{ !. rw; :'" (: annth of range forty-one ((41) e..Bt; containing fifty-five(225)isn't: ) aouth of a point where the Choice Groceries

nocturne. Life. 12 months performs feats with his feet .. ...' ..:J' ..':-::< \ :: "7l' IM] 21-1; ,", "acres more or lemJML9 IIII..I"telll..t. one and four of section six (U), ,
and 'rey E. 1I00nAX. township' thirty-one ((31h) .ninth of range thirty-

Couldn't Account For It. their toes nature which as to are have so given astonishing rise to the in aug30cit27| Sheriff Brevard. County aid nine: :(J.;rltM iiroduced, thence: eastwardly run south intersect of westthree Hay Corn Mapes' Fertilizmx

HI:ASIUI: itisouTH. hundred (:Joo)) feet parallel with a sixty ,
"Here !I" snarled the transient to the expression "Nature made a freak of Notice.In foot street hereby dedicated" by said E:mma Howard t..

)landlord the country hotel who for Uuthun ; Unthan has made a wonder of and. Henry II. Howard., her husband, as a FINE PATENT FLOUR. p

himself. This extraordinary malformed Where to u her the J., St. A. public;: thoroughfare: theni-e: south fifty feet,
the moment hud laid off his Imperial K theiu-e north of past three hundred (Joo) feet to

robes and was waiting; on the table monstrosity was born without arms but & I. 1C. Unlh\'a)'. Circuit Court Bicvard County : the west bank of Indian River, tl once fifty feet coven JT'lorlda y
along the west bank of Indian River to the mint
being remarkably bright and active at Coast Line Canal St :
"bring me a gliuw of good water Florida } iH-gliinlng I Sai-l.lxty.fwrrtatreet mentioned
there's something ails this staff the age of 2 years he could use his feet Kound-tiip ticket are sold to New Traimiortatlon\ H. Company, In ChanceryLnulA in the alcove description. In a street running !
and legs for almost all that Smyrna Daytona, Oimond St. Au uii- Baucbami f from the west bank of Indian River In a sonthwesterlv -
"It ought to be healthy water the purposes touch Johanne direction between the land deeded by JACKSONVILLE STEAM Di
other children their hands and tine and other places In clone proximity Martin O.lIl1n. Wenr. ) Howard her bun-
landlord softly made reply peering crit use :: Emma: and Henry B. Howard
lie both the violin and to the beach. For rates see below. IIIAVIT having lieen made l>y l el Agent band to Km: ma I'. llardee. and the land hereinbefore -
ically into the pitcher "it won drawn arms. now plays A. of the complainant In the .
; The following are a few of the well. and attorney described; said land lierelnalxwe des- WORKS
in a well bucket" the cornet plays cords (shuffling when known iteaMde resorts of the East Coast: aloveuit that the defendant, Loul Ham crllMMl Ling a Part of lot five oettlou 6, township tt
and Jotuume Ranch are over the age of 21 yearn, 31 south 3V east.
Amid the deathlike silence that ensued ever it comes his turn), lights his own that they reside _limit the State of lorlda, range i
dresses ORIO .-One of the finest beaches JAMES E. BOWMAN, The above establishment .ii the butter down from the table cigars and shaves and himself to-wtt : In Copenhagen, Denmark and that
got with which the devilish on the Kant Const. BAthing; superb there l I. no iwrnon In the State of lorlda ,.,rvl.! .eif Itcibbln. &: draham Hherllf. management. We |ionitlvc.'limams':: :. four
and stalked indignantly out cif the room. an alacrity suggests Hotel Coquina bi'ispr A Yintng pro- miliio3ua upon whom could. bind said defendant Att's for Jno. li. Maclennan. eptU4ict4 work equal to that ot Ant 'I.rlher<
activity of a monkey. He is also .
-New York Recorder. *
prietorR. Street car meets all trains. rtty.Gents'.
Loris HaiiohamlJohanneHauch
second Carver when it comes to "foot Now you
Excellent drlvell.COIlOSAlltl.Wdl. are aan'h hereby required to appear| to Notice.In F
Quit Sufllclrnt. C ling" ("handling" would probably bemore the bill of complaint alert In this eause IIHIII| the Cleaned 1
revolver worth a vUit-fine Unit Monday NovemlN-r, A II 1525 to answer Clothing or
euphonious being able
) a
Mr. Smarten prides himself on being beach. Coronado hotel. Hacks meet .aid. hill In due course otherwise the Mine will 1
Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit of Ladles Goods Cleaned! or DJK}
a philosopher. The other day his doctor to make a bnllseye at a distance of 20 lie taken pro coufeMO\ anil aalil cause proceed.
all and transfer
passengers Floiida, Uievard county A. 1>. IMI.'i.I.v : .
yards nine times out of ten. It has been ex I..ne.
who is also his personal friend and baggage:; to the beach at reasonable rates. It In directed that thin notice lie |nibMshedonce t'HANti.nv: Dying:; Silks and Cleaning goat tl t
sees him often at dinner, said to him : said of him that the impression he creates Take J., St. A. A: I. K. U'y train to New eai;h week' for eight consecutive. weeks. In most delicate texture a Special* vi: I
piiullshed In Middleton.. 18.
is not at all unpleasant On the the IMIIAM Kivm AOVIH Atr Anthony
"Come Smartee, don't go out with. :Smyrna.: Tttmiville, lorlda. __ \; } Bill for Irtvorce. for price list. t
out your overcoat Take care of your. contrary his extraordinary dexterity excellent beach for Ill' '' and I ordered. at the clerk'*omce at Tltusvllle Maggie Middleton )
self. and cleverness are quite generally ad. JAVToSA.-Very this 24th day uf August A H IN-n. rearing' by the arllda\it. of complainant MAIXIIARD nRO )1' ol"I,
mired. One is loath to that he riding, driving ami bathing. Elborden A. A. STIWAUT.: IT filurt: In said cause that the defendant:I : Mag-; I
"Oh said Smartee, "never mind ; even say boarding house and :Seaside: Inn on the f I Clerk of Court. tie Middleton i! a non-resident of the Stateof No. 13 New nan St., JacksonulU Fl )

one can't die but once I" is afflicted when nature's mishap has leach (wo advtu. on 7th page). Hacks I l'lre'i'ta' C,onrt I I rep-novl tlorida, ,and li over the age of 21 years, and
resulted in developing such wonder.St that said defendant resides in the city of Savannah
a meet all trains.SA'rURDAY .
"And do flatter asked
you yourself, state of deorgla and that. there Is no I..r.Ion -
the dot-tor, "that once isn't going to lJecnonKhYouth'lI Louis Republic. :IMaster'i Notice.In In the State of lorlda service of a uhioenaniu | W H GLEASON & COnqATTOItNHYSINLANICASEI
>n whom would bind said defendant it Is J
Companion. A Dull Day For Stripe n..C. therefore ordered that the ...defendant Maggie J
--- TO MONDAY RATES:: TO the Circuit Court Bievard County Middleton lie required. to appear and answercumplainant'a
Ought one to give to band
money laid bill of complaint on or lie-
Th. KfTwt of tho Hard THE SEASHOUE. Florida .
Tim :
organist who is manifestly making himself f..lhe. 7th day of m hrler,1595! or the said. bill
A story Wall recently told of how a IX ClIAStfcHA. will lie taken as confessed and complainant lie EJ
a nuisance before the door of some Commencing !Saturday, June 22ml and TITLES TO SPANISH dKAXT'
allowed to proceed with bin laid ;
... ex-parte cause
Timothy Murphy, et. )
preacher tested tho effect of the hard one else? have asked myself this whenI continuing every Saturday until September [ 1.1 :Is further ordered that a copy of this order TEll ]

times upon his cougr'.gation. At the have been tempted and I am not yet 30th, round-trip tickets to Or. The Indian River Steamboat C..., et. al. ) published: each week for four consecutive AMINED AND PERFM
week in the IMIIAM KIH.H ,..
conclusion of one of Ins sermons he said, quite clear about it At present, therefore mond Daytona and New Smyrna will be li hereby given l>r virtue of an order Icier| published lu said county.witness ADVOCATE. a lie -
sold at rates shown below limited to 1 entitled cause by the AND r.I |
Lot everybody in the house who ABSTRACTS FURNISHED
pay I to the inaudible the Hun John H. llroome, Judge of
only street J udge of laid Court and dated August 7th,
their debts stand up Instantly everyman minstrels who honest Monday follow ing the data of sale for Islet, to all ciwllton and other ivenwms havingclaiina .ahl..ou.t. a! well as A. A. Stewart clerk thereof OBTAINED
earn an living SURVEYS
return. against the said Indian River Steauilioat and the seal of Raid court, at the court house
woman and child with one exception and make no noise about it I cannot Company' to intervene or propound their claims at Titus Ole this 31st day of August A 1> litttt, !
arose to their feet He seated think that a ballad singer on Sixth avenue '() In the above entitled cause on or before the lath A. A. STEWART, Defective Homestead and PrsEmpnal| |

the crowd, and then said "Let everyman who pours forth his artless lay oruiond lMtona..New8niruaFROM forCoronado the lay distribution of Sciitemlier of, A the I) IMU5' tlO'fl.iartlclpation the defendant:: In Howell Titus, Clerk Circuit Court Entries Corrected and Perfected tin i IXpar!

who is not paying his debts standup ; B'ch Sol. for Comprt. [L. S. Claims adjusted before
amid the roar and rattle of the elevated company, the said Indian' River Steamboat Comany ]
Tho TlTlSMI .. |1 25 tl 23 *l rant'ttyIbhnt. arising from the sale of the proiwrty oflaiu epttMict4 ment at Washington.
exception noted a careworn trains the jangle and clatter of the horse Ia'' 126 125: .
defendant I company, bv filing, a wtitiou intheClerk's lIollcitt'd.EAU
CocoaKIH .. Id.' I :JOI 125 : : Correspondence
hungry looking individual, clothed in cars, the clang cf the grocers' carts and : of valil court. Nothing thesaldordrrof Sin-riff's Sale.
kleilire 14n JH 125
the said court or in thu notice
his lat summer suit, slowly assumed a the thunder of the express wagons, is Eau iallla r is 215I 219 shall require ereditor..h. have alreaily tiled GALLIE FLA.

perpendicular position and leaned upon practically molesting anybody and I Melbournerkbastlan .. S44 411 34. heir petition I and Intervened In said I cause
: and virtue of
execution Issued
by an
the bock of the seat in front of him. 5wn :3 faB 3tat under the former order of maid court to rentethuir UNDER
believe that one can reward his innocent Fort fierce .. *25 2.1 625: the circuit court for llrevard county and Lemon
"Howls it, my friend" inquired the Eden.: .. ere. 8 mi Its' petition In a cause therein 1I"I""lng.| wherein the Pineapple, Orange |
efforts without wronging his neighbors. Jensentwt 115 All I 1.\ ..111:1118"1'V.: | H. BAKER Kobbini A Itrabam Coniiany 1. plaintiff and .
minister "that you are the only man in It[ is always amusing to have him stopIn \\_ Ju titer T 711S T TO August Vth 1I\\. Special MasterJIaster'8 James E.:, How man, u administrator of the estate Land For Sale, Che'lill.I
this large congregation who is unable to hill most effective to \\ I'AMII jtoacb 7(1: 8 10 n: of (Ands flo, deceased, li defendant. ; 1 have '
phrase say levied upon the following riled asset of ot ;'
his have for sale 80 acre l"n.M
meet obligations ii"i:: !
Sale. theestatoof the said Luis
"Thank you, thank you, sir and thDto the hand! of mile *
"I publihh a newspaper" he meekly maid. administrator to be .,administered and will land on St. Lucie river a few
go on again.The SUMMER RATES TO THE SEA- ell the same In front of the court house ""or.t low Eden, 40 of which being: nortnei,
"and brethren here
replied vhi
my other day as I dropped my con \ >LR and by virtue of a decree of fore- Tltusville I lorlda, during the legal hour of of northeast quarter ...1 wv-
have just stood np are all my sutwnb tribution into the extended hat I asked, SHOKE.: U chcrureandsaletuuingwatof: the Circuit ale, to the highest and belt bidder for cash, quarter of 11 cad!
south rang
<< and" court of Hrevard county, Ux>n the 1Mb day uiMin the lint Monday In October elng the 18, township 38,
ers, "How is business?" and the singer interrupted Hound Trip tickets to Uimoml ofAugtut, A UIKie, l.i a cause therein. depeudng seventh day of the month to-wit: The west- the other 40 Is the northeast 'juar'<
"Let ns pray exclaimed the minis himself to wherein Langley l al. are can.planuu. half of the northwest quarter of nection 21, in of 8l'Ctiol
answer "Nothingto Itolll"n.1 New limited to r"ll.: of southeast quarter
ter. herald myrna, : and l>. S : ,:I, Johanii township 3A, aouth of range 40 east containing '
-Independent brag of, sir, thank you, and resumed October Slat, 1'I\Ii.! \>: will lie sold daily untie InderaonandW. J. Anderson are defendant; eighty ac..... In Hrevard county, lorlda., township 38, south of range 41 earn

with continuous tenderness the "ditty September 30th at following rates: I shall sell In front of the court house door at Also the following iwnonal. proinprty, to-wit: The above land can be bought! w Il:
ntiuvilh, to the highest and bent bidder for urn iliarea of caiiltal sirs .k of the Florida Coamopolitan '
of no tune" that be was piping to the :: : Immigration acre. It Is suitable foi I'IDeaN'
Queer, TO ash, during the legal noun of sale I upon the Company, the said capltal per
Inattentlveupronrof the street='TribnlaUons New "1II'ma tint Monday in (K-tidier, being the Ttb day of atoek:'i fully worth at par value .loo.uu tier orange, lemon or lime growing.
A little whose the month, the ties riled real share, paid. 4
girl following
parents recently estate,
of a Cheerful Giver by W. ROM. : (I.m..n.L ]>&)tona. forCoroiuilo Will be sold In loU of 40 acm ,
itch situate la Hrevard county, lorlda, tuIt: Ten ROBERT l'E\ L.Um. *;'
moved to another and who is worth
city now 0. Howells in Century. Tin'svil.LE .. 1205 *225 'IU acre of land In the aouth |Ian-t of lot Smut In eptfroct4 Eliwer.Masters ca h. This land will loon be '
enjoying her first experience in livingin frltiliardlardmvillv. ., .. I TIO 2 td 1no aectlon 14 townnhlp: aouth of range 37 east, per acre.
a block, thus described it in a letterto Iteming tho ]Haaqnlta .. .. 305 >INItw> areFaustin. HHinded on tins west by Indian River on the to C. n. Walton. Aliv'I4
111 211: south by the south line of amtlon K4 aforesaid Sale. Apply ;
another child: "This is a very queer The time of the year in here when City I'olnt .. son sea 325 oU the east by the east line of laid lot four, andoa i office; or to Bobbin A: etl

place. Next door is fastened on our people are keenly interested in laa.-------- ISO ''JOSMI >S :VI the north by a line. parallel with th. laid pile
many "Klulo. .... 970 an 11 OIl south line and au) far north therefrom M to contain UNDER and by virtue a decree of fora-
house. Youth's Companion. any measure that will lead to the circumvention Ikrrsventure.. S7Saw t 75: I ten acre. and sale uf:1 out of the Circuit

-- -- of the pestilent mosquito 1'I..1a ... 3 OS 3515 D. L. Q UTJ>KX. court fur Hrevard wuut,.. In a certain TW s-
A. 1 ad.ame.t Kan: ilalli. 4411 4lsl4oA 3m Rubblui A (Irabaiu Special Matter cause therein deiwndlng, wherein. R. R. MOo Florida Grown
An American agricultural expert finds HarnoMelliouni. .. t1\.. 3211: tonulck U compUinaut and lackS V Gibson
that a flint of kerosene oil on the water 4 Do 136 3511 8ol*. for Conipl't. .....t6ocUNnti'c and Ellen UllMon. am defendant, I will tell
I TlllmanMalahar.. ::. 4 tO 444M- Irks: to the highest and belt bidder for cash, upon
auks near his house bin rid it of mosquitoM. I .... till' Ira, of the nnt Monday in October, A II IM, being the FIRST CLASS BUDDED C "-'-
Kerosene smeared on the face i alkarla. tlllI 4 To \\1\ Attaclniieiit.In Ttb.. day of the month the following dew-ribed -
I.rantMitDi a,6 .11.. 4 oft ...aI..tate. situate In Brevard county, blonds.
t and hands is quite effective in keepingthe II IfI .. to-wlt: Begin on the weat lank of the Indian Orange Grapefruit Seedis
insects at bay. An Indian journal R<_I..o"I", \116 to, the County Court of the State of River about ten feet north of dibaon wharf and ,
8 liasilan 58.. 625 47,5 Florida, In and for Brevard County : at a pct marked "A" on aoutb aide whence a Trees
vouches for the oil
castor plant as one ooilley era. II .t,5A, |uUui U: Inches In diameter marked R T, bean Grapefruit and Lemon
of the best protections against mosqnioes. 4.1 IT.MT.I oft II.. are llibhard, Spencer Bartlett 1 north XI degree west throw :link distant and a
e ... & v..., IUl'Ol'JK..IMd. lui U .liubei in diameter :
St. Lu.-l* 64.1 I 4.V II 7. B T learn SALE.---
In Egypt it is planted about the I'lalntlfTs, V Attachment south :U -FOR .
Fort 1'1. "*. ... I MlTld I ftitUS 6 5e. degree cut eleven link distant; t i
t I houses to drive the iusecU away. In White City .. S I lu 1 s. j thence aouth 41 degree.n win. amt, along theunrrthwect All A No 1 Florida lt1'own.IUr.','4,
IMl I i, I AnkouaMen ... T.II: TINS 1l5: (.eo.V. t1ew.atldefendantTO I lido of aouthwed avenue ur freeze. -
tows the young plants can always be . T6.. flu ,&., ,.*... V. dementi, defendant In shove entltUHi called Ihlrtv-Mvwi ((37) chains and eighty-two not Injured 'by n'\ I' a!
1 had in pots, and they can be placed Jensen.Btuart .. .. .. Tea Tas ,11II suit, and all other |.wnou Interested: Grant) .... to the nortbwwi. llu. of the leiuiug grown tree; better tree II e:

about the house for a day or two. After .. ., .... Tau TM MTM -\riHT are hereby notified that a Writ of AtX ; then. south 44 degree 46 niln. east. money than can be hail Out td'
AllctaHufdvn .. sins TIe tarbuieut baa been Issued along said grant line six (.) cbaiua and &hln,. address,
anal us t State. Call
that they must be put out in the fresh .. If,, *> TViad ycmrJrroerty attached to you and two and one-half (:XH! > link to a point aeveu on or
I air for the plant loves the eau But Hol. :8.mnd:: .1o : 7 ea Hibluunl, |*nuer, :\a2l'e., ileniandor In-- and onbalf ((7H) link' northwest of A c. GEO. H.Orland
w.., J"I.lt.r.. IM. 111IIo 756W.19hu tlecU'anonhWMIcorner then north 41 dec,
had font eoqraterl, aiuuuntin ,
Why Mueiy-fuur Uollanami
youSe already |
with two set of one for service 31aiu.scat thiny-.eveurnn! .
lhut.b 11'& Ilk>)> 176 tblrty-thr cents. ) tbaln and thirty.two
wives!I""But within doors and the other recouping Now, anise,, 'ou shall amar before the Conn Imki to Indian River at a pet whence" a
theylU' not alive, dearest "- Conductor will ell ticket from la sane suit and pedal or ileuiur W tbe declaration 'allu i lit lnehe.la' diameter marked B T, bean
the plan be worked perfectly. In 4dg.north
can twelve )02): link! distant, also
n- tation. aiwl herein at the ( Uira' a oMc in Tituaville a
Life. tropical countrio the ordinary belief is agent tlnrliU saint county and But, on the palm 14 hu'beala diameter marked. "1;" bean ROaatR '
Rule luny tnticlooer, A l> IIIIti, Iwiutf the north 4R deg. east twenty-four link' distant; ?
I> mind .....t.... that the iusecU are killed by a poison JOSEPH RI'HABI'.oS. day of said month a default sill Iw entemlajili Tib tissues o'rtbweaterlyahrnIf the river ahora an

"A most wonderful bit of work. bat is to be found on the lower side of General Ptuwenger AgentWalton' .> you Is due coarse and a rplicatkra willI.utarleto (I) chain and forty (ttui. link to tbe point of beirinning -
: : l ing a of lot "
the Court for final < part i3v (
the leaf, but if a dozen leave are placed jix Kiuent, sari and I'e. $: I'hIA' BRASS
Those thing were painted by a blind your projxrty will be sold to pay tbe debt.Uattxl ( a.ettun twenty-Mr. towu
about a room that swarms with the insects Machine (ash aoutb of rang thirty-eight (*) east; cooUiBUm -
painter. Rapid Calking this 1Mb day of June, A D 1MB. iwcotyghl and "
igbty-tbree.. '-
"What were," they will disappear without lest $:\\.00, 10.00, an<115.00 each. In us.by A. A. STEWART. hundrwlthi(lb ..u-i.) ac.... rl

"Those blinds "-Rochester Union tug any dead one lying about. many of the principal boat-bulUlen Bobbin* & Graham Clerk. P. U OAfLDEX STEEL s.s s,,.

and Advertiser. In the North. SH pamphlet and te tlmoulal Atfn* fur rtalBtlfl, (fteal RuUrini Graham, Special Matter.8oU. I
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I D6enewti'tityleof'all IUd dainty. fan I. esoeedlngl1 :IIOT1I. The Tropical Trunk Line.

I Bowknots sewn to hate a new lease

I in chatelaine pine

I Plaid life ere011* are novel, and come in Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.

..aatifa combination colors.

I pcubleberthuof pink embroidery are PERSONAL GOSSIP. JOSEPH II. DUHKm:, Hocoivur.Imlly .

tlveongir1a'white nainsook frocks i
Gladstone admits that he is passion -
of white wash silk la
waist aIfol "'l 'TIt ; IiRl
'r shirt fond of buck and knows .. .,. -
stely alUmou Thnr Trbl.ln I.trw'tApr. 1."D. -
for ,----r'----
) IUd stylish garment any woo "" a I. ''''o.yt: I __ vv. .w; Vin,_ie.Ii.! .Jtri !
of no game to tale its plnca .. O"II'I.'IlaLY: : .,.:rnhll"\'II.U;. Ar n: tn a "' m
,9b Secretary Uret-ham was fond of childrrn .... I' lIB p Pis" (iree, ('''''' 5prnlge, ', 1I..m411111'1II'' I
muslin gowns have fichus to 1111.HOt'I' 191"" : . : I
tame which are worn as a sort of and those at the Arlington hotel ". ..11II. IH_", 111111" ; ,Ilntlughn," ; ; .: : Ja.an, a 41111.1"' n in, V3II1'ft1 daps .',
,atch. always met him with shout toss/ ma em .II Nla lreaernt111rJunetlun a 4.1. III 3 M n,1 t
a joyous I' IMII' '"
- ". . N ISa IY :II.II' S's: .. ..!'e\III. .. .Y6an, 4.II"IIII I
LantlftNovel, '' .m
bare crush collarsL'open Quid is small with a seamed and , 5maa tIII./ 1151a: ? ih.t.ron "rlolt" .,. r41a.u ,.. I' 11I1 Iltos fa
nightgowns 11141. IalailJlaa /I'.or..r'\, . ,
wrinkled face with Y1aain 14apm 1(1 ma ais

embroidery through. which rib- lot, and is afflicted, overhung with distinctively gray ring (line : :: t.:1 .t..bn.. I I.v..Ir.:: : : :: .: :: Yea.m I9lrplnl: : .

a is drawn and tied.A / aea Is'pAr .NantuI.. ,, ,I1M.1n: Ias'I'nt9teaa ;
bod tempi " 4Iaa rap: rtrlanln 4'5t" : ... I
I soft shades ""
nnniber of gray are no- Alfred Nobel, the millionaire oil magnate ". /III./ 357I.. .. KI..Io..e. ". IIapnu IISSsnll./ .
I the new assortment of printedlad HOTEL noL I'OIXCIAXA Nina A'lpAr' Ikrt"w .. .I.v'5Pnpn, aenau" ,
in :
silks while old rose shades of Russia, recently donated 8,000 . 11 1111' Ar. .Puntsliorda. .Lvtre'pin.. .. . I
brocaded PVLM 11EV kroner toward the expense of the north . Nisa: empAr' .Tama I.\ 74.11' ''' .tllI. .I. ". ."..

ire also prominent. ( It, LAKE W01tTlI, polar b-illoon expedition. : : : : ,NMa. IaqAr.4I0pAr; ::: : ..:, ..,T.I.i. r M r./t.; /: .:. ,. .. .1:: Ilnptn'ta.s, 7lnand, :' :: :: :'

Yoke made of Dresden ribbons cut OPEN DUIUNO THE WINTER KASOS.CCml IOU.\TlOY FOR 1XK( George W. New comb, the pioneer of 'dun..ud 'I'h", Va, P u, bet sag's Ar Y.5p' n, 1 liar.. .mll"l!>,
In the points outlined with T'nv.srIFri. .,
tar shape, Chicago, is still alive and in good health auspu 11'\ .cv wet. r. III 1011'11I I..t, "",.
Nl. .and Mat 6101 .
m Havana ,
| of lace, with English eyelet holes, a I.v 1Y 301' hi 11 .1. a.,1 ""I
rifle Iff:via W. lIe claims William Bradford of -
Mnutili. Manager. Mayflower
/ ; ; ;
deep net top, are new and pretty. a tlkv luJxe.mvlle soup 1.l..J..Il..h.. nla.LvJar '"\I1".4; -.j; ,
md a fame as his ancestor sale/ Ar II.'rl.rIOl: Iv Y Ib 112:5T' In 1'"IIIk., I Iv lira ('It,,'...Ar 'nix.

r' Some of the odd lavendor combinations and in -- -- - Professor Max Muller has in his POM' a aM'pArtAGrongaI.e tsp::\Ar l eIe.'n Iv: a 7lMs 21up 22".Ar: Ar 1t 1'nuund.n ametro f 1..1'1'1'1': :I: I : ; :: :ArIranaM. ltI.e, : Pale a'Ma

Inene' this season are very session a handsome gold cigar case presented 411/11.Ar/ Tlnuliilu I.\'I!IT lOa 2Cl1'Ar IIttt.."" : : .\r\.""""rll"I.\ traNiMta
jut green, blnet and yellow, green and to him by the sultan and bearingthe JaekamvlteAr edryp sleain.terkeoevileAr/ 6au, I Nlbie.I i .Is.nvllcAr T""

link. corn and old rose, nile and wis PALMETTO X HOUSE, HOTEL MELBOURNE signature of the imperial donor to U471'1.:I"1' I.. alm'n 1I.r..r, *' Ar Arhl4"II slim 'us 1141'a'Arll..h..rll.t.140'1':a'n'i I.v l.al"lk". Arc I lop : 'III t3"\r,' I v 11.11I,1 Pant., 1.Met,'r 54 ti

aria pink. 1I : Oakland' I.e C" Ii.C.ArOau'revilkIv 1"2"\ Ar Mt lets I.l14.h I
John M. the railroad
collars and loose hanging plas Dn .tona. Florida. Egan, Chicago 4 'I'I.'r\ Maon r., 15311,5 I Up Ar o..IA I... 124q': atop \r T.\.r.... I.\ t ees:
Stock MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. manager made his reputation while a S :/ 1t/l''IArTar'll.rl''j.I.y' 3MI.Ar;: lav'.brg. Iy It..j 111.1'r EIderdn I.., /1311.. I
Irons white satin ribbon, en IIIO ah4ArltrekeelllrLv: .
of heavy contractor by tying ten mile of track 11cip: \r 1.1 I.\ /110'.
with HiKinin, without bond Open all the nninil Good! Kisl -- _
rely covered gold spangles, are during the year -
This the Great North
day. was
a on .
tylish for trimming the blouse waistsf summer months Apply) to [Ing, lluntinn and \athting Rates, t Onlljr exrrpt Hunilujr

blue silk gowns. Mn*. l\viito\, rioikties. 1 2.O and upwiids1'ropiictriss! era road Tr.J..II' 21 and 75 ram Iliroimli nllninn Hum Wii | IIIK rare l IK trrn \, w \'nrk sad Tampa..
dark :
crepon : :
Mit, I. M GAu l.. Mlle. Gluck the great-grouddiughtei and U-ThnniKli Pullman Unlit rUvt pin:; rsr.la: .twran i'ln< Iniiatl: aim) Tani|.aW .

Jersey fronts and vests are seen with of the famous composer, was convicted H. Pill..UN. U. I'. AC'I\Utl.,
he new sailor suits for boys, and the recently iu a Paris court of stealing a
atty suits consist of a short jacket and jacket from a concierge who had given

hmg trousers, and are made of dark bluer HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY her !'rPresidiut.

red serge, or striped denim, or of
Felix Fuure of France is Jacksonville
(willed cotton materials. HOTI1.. ['.c,:,;.' ,
,., GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT said to be an expert poker pi..yor. lie
( rtfll""'" TIlE
Delicate women select even for sum. avW6MTA11M11SIiARp.r !t: :.fi:: ? HomeseekefH. When you get has little tune in ,these days to engagein Ifs I

Lor wear fine, sheer wool gowns in pref. ;. .... '. > .. thue Stop at -. the pastime that he learned from an a'arS St. Augustine
to those of cotton, and if the ma
rence American diplomatBifchop
It goal is all wool and ever so light, it .jj: i'.J."'$ .: The Lemon Hotel
Gaines of is
;; City Wesley Georgia & Indian
I'an be cleaned over and over, and np- 'CaeMtb ... the successor of Fred Dnngltins us the RiverRailvay.
and fresh the /\.WoII, 11 \ --
as prettiest --
ears as dainty
loader of the negro race. He is a man of
ff, cotton gowns before vash'iug.-New Special Features at Coron-ulo: Moil At lemon City, the firms of the great moral earnestness, as he expressesit

\ork\Seekly. crate rates, solid comfort no ostentation Hack Line, on lilscnyne Hay. Airy "with lots of ginger .
M>d IIMhlnt.to'HI rooms, comfortable beds, good table. t>rKU
R cooking./< Write Tim Table In tltfit: July Sll, IWI1.
STAGE GLINTS. for tcrni. terms retsoniblo.Z3T" Justice John M. Harlan used to bo a
-- ---- ---- --
Good fishing anti hunting In theneighborhoud great: power among the southern delegates .. All Rail Line to Lake Worth via. St. Augustine Ormond and

Carrie Daniels and Beverley Si reavesve ,: in national Republican con von Rockledgo. -
| in the London cat of "Gossip. tions. His massive frame handsome.
: D. M CONNOLLY, 1'iop. -----------

W. O Stewart the baritone, has gone Lemon City Dade Co., Hi I florid face and wavy, auburn hair were South Bound. North Bound.

Ito London with Angastin Daly's company always prominent.One s... \u 1\... Xu. \
| day a lady said to Henry Guy :1:1.: 87 :/IK' l.:22: : 7N.I 21x1v :.1
Carleton "Mr Carleton born l.v.lltck."I"I"" al0' a 1141' I' :, .-- W I'"hu 1It'h'' x41 -
An up to date revival of "Zozo, the HOTEL -y: CARLETON were you ArNL AUII'.UII" III la a '.11' ? I.Yllhl./ .r, ''' .I .. ..luI'. .
for x HOTEL with that stammer, If I may ask the IeSt. AIIII".U" IIIIf'\ a Iv V.h,1Itrr. .
is announced CAI .
Magic: Queen, next x COQUINA ? m
x question without impertincueeP"'N-no, I.v 1I..Ulllt.. I I.:, II"la'; Nsuld.! : 717 : u': : :
season. Jacksonville Florida. I.Iiu't l'ItI"Ika.. ,. ,. I.. Ahrla' .... ,, .. . 610 a I" .. _.
It is said that W. S. Gilbert will visit madam, was the reply, "I d-did not Arialxtka..IlMa. : --- -- I.y Ntltart ..... .]. 522 a .n.1... ... .
begin it until I b-began to talk. I.e i'xlxtks. . m.' a' a . I..n. .. . .e40 a ni .. .. ...
[this country to supervise the production rMan slats, ,.:: :- -. -, J.\ Eden: .. . III a n, .. .
I of bin new "His Excellency Om>o ito Po+tofl ce. -HRMONDBYTHESEMFLORIDA. Count Engen Zichy, member of the I.IIlIu M..I.. 11 211 I.v het I.h.ft'e... .. ..5 1>0 a m 19 leg
opera .. .. I'Iv
Hungarian parliament, has undertaken .--- -- I. mat I.uela.' .... . .
In the suit brought by Isabelle Urqn- ArOnuend. IU1 I' ... alrllnre. .. II :lit a m IV tfIJ, ..
at his own expense an exploration of the I.e Itruunul:: :: : : :: :: : : I.\ Nerun.IxasnGIma, ... .
Ihart against Loie Fuller, a verdict has Under New Management >*< Caucasus lie is several I.v )IIrlll."II".. . .. . ... : / ,., ', Masao: VWp........
I been given against the defendant for accompanied by Iv lxvtuna. ., .. .. .I "'II' .. .. .. Lv Ii'wklsnlge' ... .. .. .... . ...
scientists. He will look especially for I.v 1'arltnsngu. U 11II I' .. .." ? .. I.e'otsw. ...., ..,. .. .. .. ma 11; I' III .21'1' .
fI"OOO feUMMEU I.e Nrw Nnvrna rs 11II0. I., l'lt I.ulnt. .... .. .. ,
HATES: f8.00, $0.00 and[ tribes related to the Magyars in that re : y "
all the Year. ... Iv tank 11111. ::: .I M, I p: : : : Lv Tit".,III.... .... .. .... 12111 I' m 111111"' ,...
Maida Craigen will go on tour next Open (10.00 per week. gion. I.. Tlt".vlll.I ... .. 1IlIt: I' aaoa 1.\11..101111I. .. .., .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,..
I season with a repertory of two plays, "A Gustav Freytag, the famous German Ix l'Ity I'uillt. .. 31""p '... I., Nw Nu'yrns.' .. ? 2411 J' m N 31q' .
Coolest and most located .. .. .
I.y I''ua.
I pleasantly anT I' 101"' a Orange. .
Duel of Hearts" and a historical piece hotel for the summer months. Thoroughly SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are author, who died a few weeks ago lefta aktlr,\ .. :U Iv: t:syt'nia ., ,: :: : ::: :, ':raapIn':l ;' ; : : : ._
| In four acts.Charles refitted and fortune estimated at 1,000,000 marks, l.v: le : : ::. I p: : i 13tlLvrno .. .. Ar I r."I.. ... . ..II tit I' In .. ...
elegantly furnished Specialties at Ormond. .. .. .. ..... .. I., IIr"1 I ." . .
Klein is at work on a play Elevator. All modern improvements about 1250,000, in addition to his real I., AI..II"IIIr"e .lY o2p .. .. I.eISranalJuue.. ..I .. .
[entitled "Dr. Belgrafl. which Wilton RATES:-$:J.50 to W 50 per diy. :e-- For Cliculars, address, estate in Wiesbaden and Gotha. He Iv I" l.e..l.. Ar teat: I'Ietks.. .. .. I.525: rill.xr. .
. /
ILadaye will star in, beginning during Special by the week, and to Commercial wrote his will himself. His library contains I.Ar, t.I..n Port: J'I..rce"' . ..I s/ap.::/ ..3"1', .. Pan. else..., ...... .=:'. (T46 I' 11I1-------::: I :
I.yltan III" ;;
Men. .. .
I.v.lensrn . .. ..
the & :
I early part of next season.A VINING rare books and mauuM'rlptlLWhen "
Managers many
Only hotel that the electric $ xrl"llt, .,,,. .. .. ,
peculiar card in the London Era, to and from cars pass Rev Dr. Henry M. Field, the I.v Allrla ::: :: : :: ; r :pLv : :::: :: :, : : I cIstks. ' ., ae.ijii-I-. ,
; :
depot.CRAPO +
I ORMOND- BY THE SEA. I.y hods, NenuI. .. a .a. p ... .. .. . itastloge.::: -: :-,
proclaiming the remarkable talents of a & religious editor, was a college boy he in WIaplter. .. 112111' . .. Art.Angtlne. .. .. ... .
[ certain variety actress.contains this line: was known among his associates UM Itlelera.. .. ... 11111 I' I., NL A"I/.II". 7 Io.1 aiOptn.. ./. ,
Arw'Icahn 11t''h .. .. .. ..
They call me an actress now. Proprietors.ST. "Parvus Agor" (Little Field), from the 113111' ArJ".ko"\'W. Sit. .... .

James F, Crossen has bought of Halheld fact that hn was the youngest of the A. & W. Branch.
a four act comedy drama, whichhe AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. family of famous brothers. Dr. Field has

will produce next season, with Lil boon for 40 years the editor of the New IC.)I'TII IaUNh flilJlITII Jlm'SI'H'fATIII .
I ban Drew in the female York Evangelist :-- ;---
principal part. N. t0.1 SO. Yn H'UTIIIliK.: No IIJ :lio :Nd

Sidney R. Ellis has engaged Willard COLUMBIA HOTEL THE AMERICAN INDIAN. .:. New;; Nnprn: ---: 747a.- :- ,!:::. ot'ItyJune n'JI'; :-.-.-:- .

Lea J. L. Asbtou John lake 11I.I..n II..6W .. .. .. l lren1ra' ('11, II MIts, ...
Cnmpson, I.y Orsege 'Ily 03a. .. .. lake Ieh... II.I..... .. .. .".. I
Frank Lander and wife. Louise Rial and Centrally Located on St. George No Indian tribe north of Mexico has _Ar II. (.lty .I""c. "... Ar Newanyrne 111"' .. .. ,. 'I
i Mabel Florence for Bonnie Scotland. 16 Webb Aye., Ocean Grove, N. J. domesticated any animal but the dog.
All tralns lollr IMtwanJ.'kaonenleand Nt. I .
Street. Augu.tln.
J Aldrich Libbey is accredited with The first attempt in this country to Tralna 2a, aim, at and 75. south of: NL Auguatlne, :: : It It"n".y.

having made a hit as the Bedouin chiefin Overlooking Old Koit Marion and Park, -f One Block from the Ocean, {- reduce the Indian languages to a sys Ratu,.TIII" VlIII"V"ry Men.lay, W..I.. and Ynday. Train tea every '."....1..'.. ThuhdAy and
the new of "Ihe and a full view of the Ocean and tern Smith Burton. "
opera Sphinx, now wan by
TI i. TI..T.Ile .h..lh.. th".t .bh'h tr.I" tray Ib eeperted. 10 .rrhe cud. drpsrt frm '
running at the Tremont theater in Bos'on. rolling breakers from the piazzas OPEN Jane 1 1895. c. In the course of two or three generations the act Ord al.tki.. hilt. their' arrival..rIepertnre. at the 110".. .Iat..dl". not Ylisrentrrl, suer dues
the C.uap aiyhotd itself reaix.ILie far any d..la.r ."y 1'1It1"'I".n.es .rl.I"1 Slieretonu' .
the survivors of tho Indian Terri.
J. 1C. t A'HIOTT, JOHKI ll('IIAItllN" John Havkn will resume control of MRS. B M ANDERSON. tory tribes will be among the richest P' _1.r..I."t. ( 1'niiM-tiKrr Agrnt.
his Chicago theater, Mr Hall's lease Proprietor people in this country.

having expired Mr. Havlin will put in Many uf the mounds are of sepulchral

I first class stock company making a Gas, Electric Hells and perfect system character, some containing only a single .

specialty of productions. of Sanitary Sewerage. GEMS OF THOUGHT. skeleton, others a large number of

Strive to do thy duty ; then shalt ,. bones of men, evidently marking the

TURF TOPICS. rN ALL Tilt \tAU KOI u. thou know what is in thoe.-Gootho. spot where a battle had been fought. Send the "Adyocate" some of your Job

An old laying, "Five oilinga equal a Good intention will no more make a The various tribes excelled in differ.

new harness.\ i truth than a good mark will make ent manufactures. The Iroquois made
I SEASIDE *c INN the best bark lodges, the Algonquinshe
Sunol 108 good shot-Sporstowe. orders and
Itown. N Y.., is jogged daily at Tar Reason cannot show itself more reasonable ; bust skin tints, the Dakota; the Printing ,. you will be satisfied.

boat stone pipes, the Pacific tribes the
At sea
Geneva, 3 :14, In Cope Stinson's Ureozo than to cease reasoning on things beet baskets.

hands is in splendid condition. The house has been enlarged to twice above reason.-Sir P Sidney.
The most harmonious and cultivated
Racing without sentiment cannot its original size and improved In every Infamy is whose it is received. If
Indian language is said to be the Aran-
kart" u i certainly a refined of put. way. A new building comfortably furnished thou art a mud wall it will stick; if
way canian. Such: pains are taken to
ting ttSaUdm Boat of surf bathing, good fishing marble it will rebound.-Quartet preserve -
and a beautiful wide, smooth beach its purity that even a preacherwill
is getting a lot of slow miles fur driving and bicycling. The pleasures of the palate deal with be rebuked by his audience fur sole
with the us like Egyptian thieve, who FLORIDA BOAT WORKS
last quarters and eighths to strangle cixms in isle sermons. *
. .
hu 'Pet'd. Juts : 7,. M <*> and 9 no per Urrk.H. those whom they embrace.-Seneca.
Not a few tribes are designated not ,
Zoroaktrians; are supposed to haven F. STEWART, Proprietor. A fool who has a flash of wit creates by the name they gave themselves, but

the inventors of polo and Persia ::r Furnished cottages for rent. astonishment and scandal, like hack by those bestowed by their enemies, who Melbourne, Indian River, Florida.

was: their field.Fantasy horses setting out to gallop.-ChamfortO were bettor known to the whites. The 4f 1

(to Alix)-I'm after you. words Mohawk, Sioux, Eskimo, Assini

ux-That's true. You are after metwo - wine and many others are nicknames, i rd

nd a quarter seconds. several being iudocenb

Dickman Brown baa a pony mare 13.1Fleet II. voss.! Several English writers have endear- = b cS:3

aD<" high in Fowler's stable at ored to prove that the Indiana are the

*."xi that has trotted half miles in 1 :17. descendants of the Ten Tribes Most flick I NRIVER HOTEIr, the arguments adduced are drawn from >
thinks the "outlook for trot.
tug m the east is Wonder customs which the author in question I "gE: inay
a one.
if he poor regarded as peculiar to the Jews, but =
thinks a repetition of the show he cQct ::;: s:
""d* with Directnm last fall at Boston TITUSVILLE, are, in fact, common to the early stages
w'ould of the human race.-St Louis GlobeJemorruL ato ::=-
improve it? b c:=
L :::
Indian Ilivor.Fla. "g
. Coates, who rode this Derby .
year's -
1 Il.. ...tb..... "
WInner Sir c:2:
Visto, also rode this ,.ear'. .
Oak winner. Sir James Miller's filly "Mrs. Brown never sits up to wait W I x

La bagesse. two days later. This places -_ .. 0 II. Voss: for her hnvbaud ;; c Cb: :) co
mID "
u. the first No'
rank. c-
Y.&JUG JH. "N When she him to be out ffl.J .r
The I Q. expect
lightest racing saddle continue p e. ,a ; ; =
to come I B late, she retire early, sets the alarm at
from England, and they are so i ; Ulna All The Year.Z I o'clock and gets up, refreshed and #
fly made that they will sometimes reprouchfuLLife.

turn the scala at S3 ounce even > IJoatH hauled out and Itopnirod at tho lovewlltfUfOH.

win in and stimip leathers are r a Only a few minutes'r E........ Pj-ompt attention Kivon to oiiloiv.KHtlmntOH .

-Horseman.i walk from Itallway stations Mr. Nfwt-ra-Madam I saw oar given on all kinds of boatn.

and Steamboat land daughter flying along the pnblio street ,
Agents for the.Celebrated
but .f ir swamp that ha4 been drained, I s eta :; ings.igj on a bicycle today sad dressed in bat .

rrfuses to yield, may be made a. pro t On the banks of the Boat vest and bkcmen. WOLVERINE ENGINE for (the East Coast of Florida.

+jj tad ht ProdnctiTenes* by applying ashes '.. far-famed Indian River Mrs Newer-, well, girl will U

I boy, yon know.-American Wheelman.
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Moon Tor .Sale. at leas than par and' commission to be Highest of all, in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report ROBBINS' & GRAHAMC +

allowed fur selling bond : THE CO
sale Irene. .Oft.JlIMt
For sloop ; to Interest
lly raining fu,00it a year pay
lonnigc$ 27-HK; In flnt-cl.iM condiWon. -
Now head-room In cabin and I balance to apply upon Ixmd The : D

llent party "lIail\\e boat of her Size on estimate I III a* follow: Value of property VAIBakins Paid Up Capital 2500000.

the river Tilcp, $"00.00. Apply| to for the first ten years, .2or.>,or.>
J:. C. U. or Capt. LOANS HEAL
TyndillVavc1tnit, LAW
Peter Nelson, Titiwvllle, FU.) hero she (alillelllled'allle at present, $:lOOOO! <>0))); ESTATE.
may be Been. *tf the second ten years at an estimated valuation

--- ----- -- of at 1)2,500,000) for the 3
property : ; We have for sale a large list of
Ilnnnnii MiifkcrN For Salt' next twelve years at fMXOOl: ) would require ABSOLUTELY PURE carefully
an assessment of 4 mill, and leavea selected Indian River Properties.

Twenty thousand Royal Dwarf Banana balance of f't,6-i0.74: at the end of the Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
tuckers: for sale, *40.(X) per 1,000. iWrd and with an assessment of 11 Minstrel Kiitertnlnmciit. The ))('cker House llnt'
Canal and
Apply to C. T. VMIHFKK, Transportation Co.
Eau Oallie, Fla. mills for the 33rd year would pay out as The members of Craven's Ind'an! River Has been a scene, of unusual activity CANAL LA1'VDS.

accompanying table will show. Respect Band will give their first minstrel show this week, some half a dozen or more
Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West
Fancy Pineapple Slip nncl Sticker fully submitted. i In the Opera house on Tuesday evening, bright school teachers having been doni. Land Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Railway Co t'nm4 IAI'
Sale. R. D. HOKE, Chairman the 24th Inst., when our townspeople clled at the above coiy and home like and other Low Priced Lands. ",
J. MtNDtL. and others are Invited to lend their prcf establishment, and their vivacity and Mono to; Loan .4.1"'QVays on. Hand

Queen" and "Abbakas.1 F. T. BIDOE. ence on that occasion to enjoy two solid chattering ability was sufficient to drive At Ten per ('tnt. in sums to tuft. ,

Apply to MAMMM & MATTIIAM, If the bonds for shell road are voted hour of glorious fun. The members away the most pronounced case of the .- Write for Descriptive Trice List of Carefully Selected Properties

The Palm I) ach finery, the money shall be divided between the are working hard to make the entertainment "blues." This popular house Is like a -- 1ete
Went Palm Beach, Fla. Tittisville. Florida.
Commissioner district according to a success, and from all account It horse car, and ha the expansive quality

For Sale. the estimate of the surveyor and mileage.The will be well worth going to. A* the low without limit. There II I always room for - -
work shall be done by home labor price of M cent has been Admission .
placed a* one more, for Mr. D. I III a whole team I In
Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka and Golden under the direction of the County Com to all parts of the house, It Is herself when emergency necessitates, and } { -

Queen pineapple suckers, orange, lemon missioners. The trustee will be selected within the mean of all to be present. ha a great head for making limited

and grape fruit tree, Noonan strawberry a* follow: One from the north end, one Tickets will be on sale In a few days': accommodations stretch out Indefinitely
and umbrella tree .
plant, from the center and one from the south time.
school teachers noticed
JAil, MOTT, Resides the we
Orlando N'uritcry, end of the county. all temporary guest lion and Mr*. W.

Oilando, Fla. The law requires that the County California and Lemon II. Sharpe, 1C. D. Hoke, Major C. BMagrudtr DRUGSCHAFFEE ?'i
Orange ee- =
Commissioners, before Issuing a call for and others. '.. .!.

To the Peoiirfcof tin Ilast ConNt.UBtitnl an election for bonds, shall provide by I
resolution, all to the amount of the issue Bodwood and Trees ) YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED

of bond, amount of Interest, etc., etc. I to the name-and-dateallp pasted
to Un imam Shark Skin
) The County Commissioner have no FOE S.A.LE. ::D- V weekly upon the AIIVOCATK or

I will pay :V>cts a piece! for skins over power to deviate from the condition | wrapper. If your subscription & CO. .
Oft. long; 20ct. under. Cash on delivery VARIFTIM :-W. Navel alenrla Late (or ) has expired, please remit. *
contained their resolution which I III Fla, ,
at Tltusvllle, St. Luclo and New uraln of Hart TanlllT If preferred) Mail
Mwret,.lair, HnmmiaBM, ,
Katmuna Nutty Illood,
Hirer, where I shall 1 he on or about Oct. published above. If they were to vary Malta Illood, Uancjr Tangerine, Hi Mlihiel or-
1st. The Ilk I 1111 to be cut down the back from its term In any material point, anew Magnum ilonuin and Malta I Oval orders Genuine Bargains! in ItoalIMatc.
snot Iw for at leant MiO each nf the last
from buck of head to within a foot or BO such conduct would Invalidate the two TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.OH
varieties' The true LI lK>n Union.Villa)ranoa
of tall. :hkliiB to be taken off with an Eureka, Royal .Mennlrm, Hvlalr: I'renilinii; sari 1 .
bond. If the bonds will not sell the
little flesh an posMlblp, and no knife-holes on Imported skit l !inoim. rinds iimttalil| and
In skin. I will alno buy all the oil font term a* stated In the resolution of the ale arrival anil. motion !guaranteed' Plenty No. 1. Twelve acres of hammock

thellvei'*-ench shark will make about County Commissioners the project would of UN,reference tt,Ao per Ire.on 'application, 1:()per| 3ooo lliidn, Scions arts f 1 per.So and at bharpe postoffite: about 300 feet LOOK SAVE MONEY !
1jalf-a- allon. To make the oil, take out have to lie abandoned for the present, |>cr loo,cub with order. Address t tI. front on Indian River, anti run back to I
liver and fill a kerosene Mil. two-thirds II CAM:MACK, county road; ha upon It a house of six ,
full of liver..; stand In nun, In a dry 'I and we presume the question of bonding (Cut thin out for ref,)t whittler Calif. rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,000;
place. All the liver decay, the oil will would be submitted to the people at the barn, stable, outbuilding, etc. Ha a By buying only Fertilizers

come to the top. !Strain oil through general election In I HfHl. grove of 500 large bearing tree, In fine
cheesecloth Into barrel for itlilpmcnt.Coriepondence The County Commissioners could not CHOICE = condition before the freeze, and will soon With
Pure Bone Basis.
solicited. recover and bear good crop. Remainder a
change the fate of interest, could not of land cleared, and i III of bent quality for *
(:cnl. F. I>. lit'un>:H, \ Plants Enrich Your LANDS and YOURSELVES.
sell the bond for less than par, and .) Pineapple vegetable farm. This property was held
Care of Henry Clew A I'o.,
Now Voikt'itj.IV'AT could not pay a commission! so all to net firm at *.l .000 one year ago': will sell to- Encourage Every one you may
the county lens than without calling an In large or small Quantities. day for W.800; #1,(>00 cash and 2,20t: Know to use DAIILING'S FERTILIZERS because, the) o
and RELIABLE for
remain on mortgage. This i Is :a' Safe to use
tiro. election. Tho report also state distinctly .. Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka, may for home good STOCKY
< U repairing at Anthony most desirable place a Any CHOPS, making a STRONG,
that the work shall be done by Envlllo Alert Queen, location, close to postofhce, school, Growth, and SWEET, Jticv VroETAUL and Finns that are

..:v tr.\I', tlollu and mandolin sitings homo labor, that the money shall be Prince Variegated church, etc., and In a nice neighboihoodThe Engaged ahead by those Merchants who do ,
Anthony IJros. divided between the County Commis Smooth Cayenne, Charlotte bare land alone is almost worth the Not want only the VERY BEST Fruits and Vegetables.
Rothschild, Rlpley Queen,
price asked. Take time, and write at once to the
sioners' district according to the estimate Jamaica Riplcy.J3T" .
SONIC ,new soutenir tipoou Bios. of the surveyor and mileage.We r Orders delivered promptly. No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with house L. B. Darling Fertilizer Company,
Anthony well
ORLANDO OltATK A FKUIT CO., of eight rooms, artesian large por-
think this answers the question C. S. VAX HOUTEX Tieas tion cleared, etc.; adjoins hotel propertyat JACKSONVILLE FLORID.
100 for 21: cent*-JapaneHo napklim. of Mr. Ronald If we have not covered Sarno, near Eau Uallie. The lane ,
solicited Orlando Fl.i And obtain their Special Low Price to meet the times for CASH WITH IKUU
Anthony llro*. hiM point fully, we shall be pleased to Correspondence alone is worth more than price quote. ----- ---- -
fuinish additional which it *:2,2;;>0. The owner refused $:),()())()year
1JLOU.. sets, Hide combs, stick pln, any light ago. lie must sell without delay, and B.Groceries L. RRA: D Y
IICltllRn.1 feet pin*. Anthony Itio may be In our !power to give. The 100,000 '; :{ i i: Y t_ bait authoibed us to takeY2': ;>0; *lTiO; 7
AuvoCiTK: want every voter in the cash, balance may remain on moitgago.
Ir gives .atlllfaction-ollr watch "'%Ik. county to be In a position to vote Intelli Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
Anthony Itron. .Choice Home Grown.. No. 3. One hundred and tlilrty- lx ,
gently. If the bond question cannot
and 8.V100 acre of land at New Liver
.. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
carried a most fair and open-handed hrec-quarters of a mile water fiont
manner, we prefer failure. We are In PINEAPPLEPLANTS Description a* follows : Lots 3, 4 and tuple Ac l 'iiney Grrocerie! Viiit
8 of section 13, township 50, south of
the because believe the
fight we projectwill And Food ProductsOf
T. U. ItOXALI range 42 east. Price $1,000 for the
result In great benefit to liievard Abbaka, Enville City,Smooth Cayenne, whole tract, or less than 7.50 per acreor ; All Kinds. Also My Stock of
county and Its citizen. Our judgment we will take $10 per acre In fo..tyacro
Golden Queen, 1'rlnce Albert, Variegated Meal
Grain Bran Cotton Seed
The following letter appeared in u recent tiny lie at fault, but we believe the people Smooth Finest plants titcts.! We believe a purchaser Hay, ,
Cayenne prompt sell this \land and double his
issue of the Florida Star: can be trusted to settle the matter, can Ground Food sad Wheat

AN OPIC1' LETTER. and all we ask Is that they bo fully informed delivery (lEt). I. RUSSELL, to money run as through soon as the steamers canal begin next I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above HMO:!
Goals. I buy clone, and will sell close I invite correspondence and solicit
TO THE INOiV/OtAL MbMHERlt OF THE: of the facts, divested of all mi.- Orlando, }'Ia.Wllto December. We own this land ourselves your
110,MID OK COUNTY l'O//IIIIIIOftKIt. repichcnUllons. :s" for paces.FOR but need money to develop other your patronage. Very truly I3RA.DY..
33. L.
enterprises, hence offer it at a price
Ueirbirs. : -Know In\ of no other ---- -
? way which will Insure early sale. Buy this -- -- --
to get the Information herein asked I'llYour Poll Tax. land and double your money.
iwhlch I iltein Important to all voter on SALE.
the boiullii2: question,. which U sufficient No. 4. The north three-fourths of DUREN & FEASTER.GROCERIES
excuse, If any U needed. for the following Every registered voter, who expects to southeast quarter of section 7, and of .
questions' vote at the special election for bonding, PINEAPPLE SUCKERS ***; lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, south

Will the bonds for the hell road be next month, should bo on tjie' safe side, of range 41 east, containing! 150 acres
negotiated at 5 J per cent, a* net forth In AND SLIPS This tract has a large frontage on the
and be sure and his poll tax for 1804 . .
the call for an election ? And If they pay St. Lucie River, two mile from the railroad OF ALL KINDS. Francis H & CO'I!
>*k Leggett
should profe unsaleable at 5 per cent. on or before Saturday, Sept. 14th, one Egyptian Queens. crossing. Price $15: per acre. ,
would you vote for an Increase of Interest week front to-morrow (Saturday), the
No 5. Lot 4 of section 32
f Also, If they cannot bo floated last day upon which payment can be Red Spanish.Pernambacos. 37, south range 41 east. containing, township 77 Fine Groceries.

without paying a commission would you made. Send one dollar to ..:. W. Hall, acres. This tract has a quarter of a
vote In favor of paying a commission t I
Would vole for the bonds below tax collector, Miaipes, Fla.The White Antlqnas. mile front on the St. Lucie River at
par you If they cannot Belling be Hold at par ?- I Finest and Best Suckers and Slips on I Stuart Station Price $& per acre. I Fruits and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all kin*1

In CaKe the bond cannot be sold under I.ake Worth. and No. 0. A tract of
Unlawful Killing of Deer Prompt quick deliv twenty-one acres,
the plan ait net forth In the IIIIIt Star by ery. Write me for prices.K. fronting on Biscayne Bay, at Ewanton CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE -
the committee on bonding, would you eights, one mile south of Cocoanut
II. J'UIKIV, West Palm
vote in favor of ome other plan Any TITI"SVILLL, FLA., Sept. 193, : these JU. Grove. Price $3,000. This price may -r: Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited

other plan will increase taxation. Kdilun Adiurulf: eem> high, but if you will try to buy any %
Ait In Important that we voters thoroughly and fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good Very Truly, 3D\a.ron C3 J71O lstOl
undei stand this bonding matter, I notice In your Issue of Aug. Bath an PINEAPPLE SLIPS..... location, you will get your eyes opened ------------ --

please answer the above question at Item as follows: ".some of the hunter a* to prices asked in that section. This L. E. MINN, Prcst. 8. G. YA*LANDING HAM, Sea a TnPHOENIX ...
. your earliest eou'clllt'nce."uur. truly, of Tltusvllle of tract Is the only desirable parcel we
are evidently, the opinIon ::= == AND SUCKERS
1'. Grot tan Ronald, Lotus, Aug. 20th have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. MILLS LUMBER CO.
181).'). that the law oh deer does not applyto ,
The price asked $ ,01l0( will yield us a
One of the County Coinmlxuloner reminds the strip of land lying between Banana FOR SALE fair profit, and} we are satisfied that TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

: UK that no answer to the above river and the ocean. On Sunday, nothing similar can be had at a much Incorporated October 1804-Suoceuor to R. n.OAUn Co.

letter has an yet appeared, and he desires Aug. 18th, a party (whose names are Of the Following be higher sold price.within a This few tract weeks.will no doubt Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber

the ADVOCAI to make reply. Another known) were hunting a few miles above I unmatched
Kept hand.
on Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and
County Commissioner nay that many of 1 DeSoto grove They killed five deer, I Egyptian Queen, ; No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covers and cypress tanks of all sire

the people claim that the County commissioners and on Monday came all far as DeSoto Smooth Cayenne, close abar. to Large the depot house and with post upper office and at lower Mal- made as called for. All Kinds of Moulding, Turned and Scroll Woi. I

have never pledged themselves and started nine more." VARIETIES : Golden Queen, veranda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms; In Specialty One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many years' experience.so

to employ home labor, and that Now, Mr. Editor, this Canaveral correspondent Enville City fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn, that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the constructiJJ
there. a great deal of doubt whetherthe should, as a good citizen, at eto. Most all the land Is cleared; 100 and building of all kinds of private and public edifice on reasonable term and

road will bo built by contract or by once furnish the prosecuting attorney large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples the most satisfactory manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsew'here,
1'hl.III make a nice home for anybody.
Itome labor. with Information sufficient to cause'the "0Orders now taken. All tint.I Good neighborhood. Price only $1 J50.00. -- ----- Correspondence and Patronage Solicited.

In regard to the letter of Mr. Ronald, arrest of these law breakers, and If he class plants, and early delivery. Applyto -
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NOTK The above
we cannot speak for all the County will come before me with the names of I C. C. MATTHAMS, enable customer:- to locate descriptions the several will

Commissioners, but the three who approached the persons and make affidavit who Florida Pineapple Co. properties very closely by examiningone D OTN TfTl! !

us asked us to refer Mr. lion- killed the deer, I will esteem it a great of the J., St. A. A I. K. R'y com-

aid to the resolution passed by the favor, as I desire very much to prosecuteall West Palm Beach, Fla. any's railroad maps, but we will be
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- u pleased to send .peclalll1lt... on a large
board of County Commissioners at Its persons who violate the law. The scale, on application, to parties who Buy a poor quality of Lumber been*
meeting in August. This resolution correspondent should remember that it menn business and Intend to buy, If they

provides that the bonds shall bear Inter. takes evidence to convict a person, and can find such a bargain as they want. bon

est not to exceed five per cent, not to be that mere items as generally appear In s ROOUIN it GRAHAM Co., it "costs a little less. You are not' building a

told less than par, and no commission to newspapers won't do. Titusville, Fla for today only.
be allowed for selling the bonds It I do not like to have him write such

.would therefoie seem that the questionsof paragraphs, for they are generally calcu ::r" "A word to the wine .is sufficient.1 .

< Mr. Ronald were unnecessary, If be lated to do the ofncera-whose duty It Is JACKSONVILLE Kigr FLA [Remember, does all ,kinds the of AovocATfc Job printing, Titus.vllle Give. I'oentlyourortl.nto- G. F. PADDISON EAU UALLIE. n. IU

read the resolution of the county com to enforce the law-an Injustice. If he u. a share of your work.] == : -_ ___

missioners, which was as follows cannot prove what he has said, let him ------------ ------- --- ----- ---

The special finance committee ap be more circumspect in the future.

pointed to draft a plan for payment of HOWELL TITI, I

proposed Issue of bond. submitted as Prosecuting Attorney.It I
follows CLOCKS e' "' ee'

To the Honorable Hoard of County has bun shown that the color yellow ,

Commissioners : both vegetable and animal Is more

Gentlemen:-We herewith beg to submit permanent than any other hue. At AXTHOXY BROS.
the following plan of of Human balr varies In thickness Tits '" '
payment an from Indian
River Is very attn<'tl"e at this point, splendid Ispfs &0 Tfc* k"4'i :
issue of 150,000) bonds with Interest not one two hundred and fiftieth to the six THE JEWELERS TITUSVLLE| FLA II 'dsyted H.....a.e.to 19wy.pW. TIM J..Bt ad utl..r A*Fruits I. R RVraiu"nlr .& ; al tbel''I'Aslwaa.*rtvUualuii just .L. I'll:- ,-.

to exceed 3 per cent., and not to be sold hundredth part of an Inch. UUIIt'pa8MCL For pank-uUn. address the u....,. _
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