Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00148
 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 13, 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
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00148
 Related Items
Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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11- No. 6. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY SEPT. 13, 1895. P1'ice,5c.

LOCAL NEWS, head This Column Carefullj.C3f ". -Mr. (ieo< N. Hatch has been appointed Ciuiiuerat tiluli. Senator it!. S. Qua on Indian Fort Pierce.Mr. .

I postmaster of Jiockletlge.Big Itlter.
General Interest.IT .
Lit TopIcM of Advertisements on this (first catches of fish are being made Mr. Jail M. Codman has been electedto

page are ten cents per line per week, and dally from the railway wharf, by our the presidency of Canaveral Club; United States Senator M. H. Quay and I. Carleton paid Melbourne a
PAYS.My are continued from week to week unless '! amateur fishermen. Dr. C. (I. Weld, vice-president; Mr. Dudley visit Tuesday
passed through Tltusvlllr, Monday
otherwise ordered. Heading notices on Fay occupies the position of secre piety Miss Lizzie Holmes, of Fort Drum I II
I afternoon on their< to the sena ,
any page but the first, are five cents per About 17 miles of the railway track tary. Mr. Geo W Morton, as previous way Lucle. on a visit to her< friend Miss Stella
tor' winter residence at St. ,
friend, be wise line each Insertion. has been laid on the Dado county extension "y stated In the Ai>voc\Tr, I Is resident! Tucker
And advertise of the Flagler Hallway. They were on board the )private\ car May
without TUB I Slower Senator Quay has gone downto We have been hating fine rain
business ceasing EAGLE CIOTIIIM STORE In the some
tutu' Work has been the
I begun on new
St. Lucie to take a much-needed rest
la your progress ADVOCATE block, TitusOlie, are the It during the past week, which were lung
: bridge that will\ Lake Worth.
find span A I'oor Place for '(' after his hard-fought! and successful looked for and much neeult-d.
You'll success, loading clothiers! on the East Coast of << "rlJClt1
a 111 now be pushed rapidly to completion. and
political fight In Philadelphia now
{ ;
With suckles fast Incieasing.it }"lo..II.Give them trial.
a he will enjoy himself by hauling In the Mr. Everett I III shipping quite a numberof

I Goveinor Mitchell has appointedMr. The New York him says: (,IIRtor tarpon Instead of discussing politic. fish, at present The other house
'01! D L. Oaulden went to New will\ to Los liar to next week for the
Wilt:II.: to stop. See list of hotels on Quay not go Angeles or expect open up
It. J. Chtllingvtorth nheiltT of Shine. ------
[ law business.Mr .
JTM yesterday, on our 7th page I Harbor during the next Senatorial campaign season.
It Is that he
county. generally thought
fir C..1. lliM'tor to Itwoino nllfiu'dlct.
In but he be
J E Ingraham of St. Augiiftt- will make a good officer. Pennsylvania may Mr. John Saunders, of Eden, came upon

left for New York the first of thek DLM blanks lOo. each; #.5.00 per 100, at I Bulling for tarpon among the Evergladesof a short visit to his parent We are
Dr.all of In Florida about the the
ace<, Daytona, wall just time next
k the ADVOCATE office note that hi* sister, Miss Sadie
Ormond on Monday, attending Mrs. D. Senator Is voted for by the Pen")I VAnh\ keen ,
hiss confined to her bed wills
Geo. M. Robbins are -- It Is evident that tho marriage a complication
-) and I. Stewart, who in quite 111. The doctor Legislature. very
}]petted home about Monday or Tues- Foil first class shoemaking and repairing I was accompanied by his daughter.The -- -- -- season must bo full on, for quite a number of measles and whooping/
cough' but are glad to learn she I III
next call on J. A. Damrhterv/ at Mr. Xalle's of Invitations have been flowing Into now
r old stand l, Titusville, Fla. I Misses Albino and Aline Fgger} Summer Unr alu'4. the AI>\OCATK ofllce for some'! time post convalescing! .
An open-air concert will be given by a small but enjoyable card
gave pallylast Tho latest Invitation Is an follows:
Senator M. 8. arrived hero Tuesday
Ltxns band on the evening of tho Friday night, when refreshments
Clearance in hats white "Editoi of ADvt'ATE-Vnur com- and i III domiciled In In
lib hand. THK EAGLE CLOTHI\ STonE straw goods evening, *
Be on are now were liberally supplied.Mrs. .
I Is desired at tho ma..laloto( of Mr.I
receiving their fall and winter stock. and! summer goods generally. Prices any 1tf'I\IItlflllll1anliion at St. Lucle. He say

-Mr, Louis Cole, who was down with All goods will be sold 1 at the lowest J. C. belser, of Ormond, expects cut. e. J. Hector to Mis. Ida M. Haiti, at the bill health I III not so good all fotmerly,

-i fever last week, Is now about again cash prices to leave for New< Yoik in week or two. Avail yourself of this and save money Episcopal: Church, Melbourne, Thursday, but this health-giving climate, full of

I his usual good health. She is going to visit her sister, and will 1 r,._> G. II. lit'M rii. Oct. 10th, IH'.I\\ : at five o'clock p. m. Reception ozone, will soon bring him around all

probably be several weeks at Melbourne hotel Immediately right.
.Or De Witt Webb, of St. Augustine, 1'i.KM.V heat powder atCHAIFFE away after the ceremony. At home after the

(ned, through here, Monday, en routehi Co.'"" -Major A. bt. Clair Abrams Is said to Will Pierre<< Korillanl H'olll uItrltNlier :l th."

pineapple plantation at Atlantic. Titusville, }"Ia.ClJILIHES'M to have sustained severe Injuries at Sanford --- HONI 1IOxBAS" ixcouroitATii -

and Mrs John Mellor, of Chi- while attempting to board train ? ) TOWNS.
fMr food Itoads.
here last school shoes Klino's He slipped aud fell heavily on nis back.
|,o paused through Friday at ,

i their way to spend the winter at Titusville.WK -The large club house on the Flagler A rumor Is afloat that Mr. Pierre Lorillard All to the matter of whether<< Illcorlol'attll -

II i Galhe property, situated ou Lake Worth front, one of the ADVOCATE'S subscribers An editorial: In the Florida Citizen towns a share of the bondmoney
was commenced list week. It will be who has made several trips I on Indian, sajs"At: little tost Floildacould easily
Judge A. E. Heyscr, of Juno, who now have< money to loan In minis to ShouldIticvaid we. have not the time to spare to
be made for )
Hillsboro and Halifax rivers In his palatial paradise bh'ylltM
the largest and finest of the
the Law and Halt real building 'iHik the law tearing the
sent to Tallahassee by an approved estate security\ I house-boat Caiman has become county construct a shell roadits up on subject
f lit League, of Dade' county ha re- bend In your applications. Kobblns: kind in the state carefully, and If wo had, and I gave a
I tired of the United! States, and!, following entire length, and should other East:
r ned home. Graham Co. -Capt. Stephen Bravo, who has been In the footsteps of William Waldoif (',ist counties follow, a road would run carefully prepared opinion, It would not

-The ADVOCATE' paces are crowded spending a few days In bt Augustine, Astor, 11'\1111'0\ to England to live. Recently for seveial hundred 1 miles parallel) to the be edited by our fiends, tho opponent
.. road Wo therefore deem best
f the to
',b interesting news thTs week; and IouWe want money to loan on first returned to Lake Worth on Monday Mr. Lorillard! mild 1 }part of his fine picturesque Halifax and Indian Rivers, "

(II) "e had to leave out several localms real estate mortgages. Ten per cent night. He says he Is strongly in favor :I stable to William H. Vnnderbilt, and and bicyclist would 1m provided with n fall back on "excensivo the gall, and hold

of interest. free of all expenses) to lender. <>.uil"len of the shell road. now he has placed his magnificent house track unexcelled this country) Tourists that our opinion of tho bond as to towns I 1M correct not getting -

banders Titusville and West Palm In New< York the market, and It is would forget the any money
& Julius on
Kline left hero Wednesday for' :
Mi P J, Xevinx, Mertitt's popular l.:1: : : loads:: In their If our friends, the opponent, think
Beach, Florida.To New York where he he has said he Intend disposing of his countryseat / native
says gone otherwise let them give their authorityor
| proprietor, was in town, Tuesday, ,
fur the of laying In a big stockof at Jobstown, N J., where he owns sues In spinning over the IIhelil'oallln
brown after his purpose hold their We rest our casa
kinj as as a berry so- Florida 1I1\1\11Ufllll'lvIJ'II pence.
thousands of along ,
irti at Seabreeze. LIT, a fine brick store in the Al/vo- fall and winter goods He expect to acres and piueaitIduplantations on tho lensons given:! In our last IMMUO.
through orange: gloves,
l>e away two or three we*'kit.
a.id view the outcome with and
block location
Titns\ille. Excellent serenity
CAn orchard an.1 l
-Mr J. R. Anthony, of Patterson, N. I fruit vegctablugardens
arrived In town this week, on a visit Possession may bo had at -The Dade county correspondent of Shooting Affray on Hoard the ." confidence. Xo doubt Mr. Hardeu will

i bit parents Yesterday he joined his once. Apply to Kobbina Jt Grahamor the Jacksonville Weather Clop Bulletin; Schooner 1 admits our position, "lllt I pleasant tocommand
C. II. Walton ADVOOATK Nice Queen.The I admiration.I
says: "The pineapple season Is ended.
i'tlie' Gus West Palm
: on a trip to
acb Titusville. Proved to be the poorest since pineapple The Affair of Mr. A. H. Lee, The people of the Jensen .neighbor

growing in Florida started. Jupiter, tl:1: ; last issue of the Nassau (lardian, hood must refute the charge mauls l
W. discovered the fact Sunday against them. It I III certain If tho rOAd
on rain, 0.11)Mr. just to hand at the A HVOCATK otllce, :
Ir we cannot suit you In ready-to-near The AIIVOCATK: I Is In receipt of a cir
I'mine last that )1 rll. J. C. Seisei, of "The shooting affair which ocruiied atOl'een I III consti uctod along the river bank at
inund clothing, we have; five different lines H. W Rhodes, who has been on cular letter to the effect that Mr. William
[I had become an expert diher.handled Turtle I'lllli! when Jensen, and ono of the very destructivegales !
of custom-tailoring samples, from a biiNiiiess trip to New< York and other Cay on July M. Benedict-attoiney, for Mr. 1F..
p a pair of horses with a goodU Neil Roberts a resident of that place' which old-timer tell UN about,
> lit skill which you can make your selections, northern towns, returned home last Friday Dwyer, owner of Hotel Indian River, should come along, the county will haveto
shot named William Hutrhln-
all of which the nobbiest and a seaman
are afternoon. While away he purchaseda Rocklodgu I making proposition for
build now road-If It has the
Miss (Hattie Amsden, of Ormond, nicest-selected fabrics of foreign and tine new stock of goods to the amount situ belonging: to the American 5choniur'I' Mr Andrew !S. Lee, to the creditor of to do a If the court house and jail money at
Jill leave for New York on the 2 thor domestic production about Queen, of Eau; Gallic, Fla., a hotel so.
of 3,000.: fart of the fashionable the above to compromise for ton Titiiftvllln were destroyed by cyclone. ,
u the purpose of studying paint- The Eagle Clothing More. good have arrived, and it would be well serious initiation.: HuchlnHon, the cent on the dollar, provided Mr 1..10'11 l building would have to lie elected
:she she will be all the wounded man, not being able to receive new
says away I to call and examine them.VlceI'ellldent creditors are willing to accept that tho accident would bo unfoitiinate
medical assistance at the -
I liter Cay, was
TIM9: Altfe. IIAKI and you cannot afford amount In full payment of Name, Mr. with tho rain at Jensen.
J. R Parrott was in homeward on the Queen, !leaving the just MO
Tht, etc will all he to IOHO everything.:: Insure against Lee I is said to IM In debt to the amountof Mr. lIar.lue'.letter I I.* dtlightful! rend
songs, gigs, new I Ormond part of and -Vituulay same night, and Robeits was" held under
I the minstrel show to be given on the lire, cyclones and accident with HALL last, Inspecting the bridge, of which he bond by the Magistrate to await the 10- 17,8U.O! : which ho claim wa ing. We think he I Is taking off the opponent

IHti mit by Craven's Indian River WUIUIIT, of Titusville, Fla., Is picsldiiit. W" understand Intends ult. brought about principally by the late of the road and poking fun at

Imd senting the Liverpool it repl'e-I having a new toll-house built. The toll- "Monday' mall brought despatchesfrom freeze, which destroyed bill entire orange them, and we cannot bring ourselves to

Globe, the Old Hertford and crop. Mr Dwyer repudiate* the take hi* remark net'ioiiHly. We always
needs better
keeper certainly
to the
Mr Chris Sulzner who ha been a dwelling Washington Hou. T. J. Mc-
debt contracted Mr. Lee.
leading companies tf place the one not muchof U. Consul: by appreciate bright and witty letters, and
ployed for sometime past in the stole I present being Lain S Informing him of the Those creditors who ate willing to
a credit to Ormond.Dr. death of HutchlnHon who died thu a hall IM pleaded to hear from Mr. Hanlu
antimony Bros., has been quite ill on wait until 11)8. to get that ten
the NEGLIGEE shirts at W) cents-worth 7t: voyage from the effects of the wound In dollar hll.IIJtJttur again.
past two weeks. We to
hppe I cent on the speak out.
him out cents Julius Kline, Titusville. F. II. Houghton, after a lellgth- the abdomen which he had received at ,

again ere long. __ I ened visit to Darlen, ({a. ; Boston, along the hand of Roberts, and! the authorities A Stench Trip.

'apt J. Metcier and Capt. Bell, of the coast of Maine, the White Mountains, have boon notified In older that further
"e+w were in Ormond on Sunday last. -Don't forget the minstrel show on the hills of New< England and several proceedings may be had against Roberts The New Tier at I'aliu Bench t

''I"! Mercier has been on a trip to New Tuesday, the 24th inst. I place in the Connecticut Valley, returned In view of the fatal termination of the One day during the early plot of the

liuvrna' Daytona and Ormond in con- --Mr. W. K. Itoesch, of Eau Gallic, to his home In Wcstervllle, ()., a affair. Roberts at the time of the shooting Capt. R. (I. Ross, of Jacksonville, l'I'tlIelltl'ck a jolly party boarded tho

ction with insurance business. won in town on Saturday last for the' few day ago. In a letter to the ADVOCATE was also on the shipping article of contractor for the pier that U to Iw built oomniodiou launch Capt, James P., well

Our sidewalks are getting overgrown' purpose of proving up his homestead. : the doctor say that the first motor the Queen, and both men were on shore into the ocean at Palm lluiu,h, mild that provided with solid and liquid refreshments I

,th "ceds Why not the Messrs. John Houston and B. S. Bryan between Columbus and Westerville ran leave, and were said I to h.avelK'en drink. he would probably commence work on bound. for a trip to the bench. I
-aranct of Improve ap- acted as his witnesses. on Saturday last, and It I I. well patron Ing." his contract KOIIIU tlm next month. They left\ the railioad dock about 14 a-

It needs that your place by troublesome clearing 'away I ized. lIe I II largely Interested in thi Also that he could use his plant that U m., an h Ing at the Haulover two hours

""leiitrlan in are so to -The members of the Florida East electric railway. Dr. Iloughton hope now Mt Key West for thi* purpoito. later. 1'ho party took possession of thu

| wet weather especially'111 Coast Railway burgeons' Assoclaslon to be In Daytona early this winter. Miirrlago at the Itojal INtlnclunii Captain: Ross remaikud that tho job wa front porch of 11 I r. Flau uery's house and

Uobt. Pentland has been taking met in the office of Dr. Worley, chief of the most semiotic that ho had ever undertaken / after upending two or three hour In fUh-

'It week off but, owing to the reoent the corps, last week. Those present -Mr. John Wurtz, of Jacksonville, The marriage of Mr. John li. Reilly of The pier will" run out Into t the lug In the canal nnd dlM. |. )slng of an ex-

!oitiot, to his family, was not able to were Drs. Worley, Hughlett, Fox, Cyrus, will leave on the 2.ith: Inst, for New New Haven, Conn., to Miss Mary ocean for tho distance of mole than I.OJKI' client lunch, they proceeded to thu

1 Wray from home to enjoy himself.f Wilson and Holmss. Interesting medical Haven, Conn., where he will fill a chair Donald, the charming daughter of Mc-I feet right through the bleaker, and a beach, where one of tho jolllest time It

will probably, take a week' vacation papers were read by Drs. IIughlett In the law school of Yale College, which and Mrs. Joseph A. McDonald, wa undoubtedly depth of twenty two feet of water will ha ever been our lot to Indulge in wa

tel ID and Cyrus. has been made temporarily vacant by one of the great event of the be nccuied at the end of It The )pier experienced.{ The weather wa perfect
the absence In England of Prof. WilliamC.
Mi *mlMrs. R. L. MoUow and baby, -Mr. Dudley F. Elvtes, brother of Mr. Robertson Mr Wurtz will summer season at Palm Beach and the will be twelve feet above high; wailer and the temperature of the water just

I" hay.' been spending the summer G. C. El wen, of Titusville, was marriedto position In the law school until occupythe December ADVOCATE regret that a pressure of mark, which will be. ufti onto business precluded its representative prevent the wave from tubing( over It, enough to have bulbing suit made the
the late
[ at Winchester and Mulberry, Miss Mary, daughter of General 18, when Prof. Robertson will
"' Windsor from accepting the kind invitation to attend excect in very rough "'wsathu 'apt. most of their time.o shall not go
returned to town on Friday last, Field, at Upton near return and resume his duties there. Mr.
tack the of the above! )(111111111 I under wnhact to oomph the Into detail use to the many ludicrou
nuptial popular
improved in health by their Castle, England, on the Oth inst. The Wurtz will return to the city about the which took For
lCation couple.The job by January L-CltUen. otciirencti place. some
wedding is laid to have been a very first of next year.-Citzen.-Mr. Wurts young
other Mr. F. 'r. Budge remained
marriage took place In the casino reason or
-Mr, well affair. I II known by resident on the East
many In the water looking
Jacksoniille Saturday of the Hotel Royal Poinrlana, the palatial
"' for totmeet his wife -Chief Engineer G. Trevor Spencer Coast hotel owned" by Mr H. )(. Flagler, at All Academy for TitiMtlllc.The eastward a full half hour after

"Id moth have / of the Florida East Coast Canal company ten o'clock a. m., the Rev: *. Father everybody. elite had had enough of the

">P1. of at Indian /Spring and reports work progressing' finely on THE INTERNATIONAL O'Boyle and Father Tyrell officiating. caresses of Old 1 1 Neptune; while Mr W.

'ewherti in the north end of the cut from New riverto After the ceremony and congratulation Sinters, trgut-rite and IiOruard- M. Brown for reasons which must not

"lUt 'on Monday, Tpleaseduwith Biscayne. The dredge Biscayne has YACIIT HACK an excellent breakfast wa nerved, has, of bt Joiwph'* Academy, St. Augustine bu told out of school, suddenly lout

cir visit not left for the seat of her operations and a dance wa also given In honor of vlnlted Titusville un Saturday Interest In bathing and Imitated a crab

Mi Albert. southward to New river, but will as Now< In progress I II exciting intense the bride and brlde"i om. At three last, returning on Monday. These ladle gracefully retiring down the beach, and

Qt'1> banker A. Taylor, the well soon as an ocean tug boat" sent down to Interest The trophy which I II being o'clock p m. the happy pair left Went came for time purpose of looking over thu I nastily made his way to tie boat where
of Cocoa, II I now nurowj ouUlde. ground with a view to ".tabli.hlng a he had left lib garb The
it everyday
the tow contended for ha remained In the Palm Beach, on a special train, for Jacksonville !
'ell among Benedict, he having Hotel Ormond Beach will United btate* for nearly half a century en route to New Haven, Coon., learn la/lien' academy at their point We ladle foot race, In bathing costume
recently ,
married to Miss Grace W. Coquina that Impreiuted
they were favorably -
very Two
and bid fair to continue In our custody to spend the wa another very exciting event.
** month honeymoon.
*", of Newark close at the end of this ,
N. J. The probably with town and
happy our loon
expect of them dead heat twice. Wo had-
for some time to come. The earnest The present bestowed upon Mr. and ran a
thebat who wish to avail themselves
have wishes of the so those to erect a branch house of their convent
the of the winner
bit enthusiasm of Lord Dunravea command Mr both costly useful hoped to publish name -
Reilly were ornamental -
? AT* for visit to the seaside had better take
a 101 and of a here. Many mother In Tltuvllle and
g, prosperous but told the ADVOCATE
the the respect of sportsmen of both hemisphere { and numerous. Among them *, they man
'Unl'ite-are' of the cheap trips to
''"t QC"a borty expected to return advantage which will terminate with this *. If he could but take the cup was a present to the bride from Mr. and along the Indian River are auxlounly that If he did *o he would Buffer a severe
beach, forward to the building of this
The Coquina still hold its own back on his return. voyage, he would be Mr*. Ii. M )'.."Ier of a w rvath of diamonds looking lnalty-that of being barred front the

1aNjny the friends of Mr. Chas. as month.a popular resort, and quite a pleasant Idolized by his countrymen. It I* estimated emerald and pearl doubtle educational be of Institution benefit, which to those will, party on the nut trip to the beach. The

was pilvate secretary for there on Sunday last Dancing by life Insurance expert that if They have the bent wishes of the Al>- great Anvtx-ATE: rt'1.relltntathlma.le quite a
[ were who unable to far from
i J.ltlCl'b RichanlJm party Dunraven I II called to make good fur and are go away record In athletic sports Thu party
on, of St Augur driving, bathing, card and upon VOCATC a long, protjwrou hap-
c. home In the uf their cholatic
fu, purist arrived back In Tltuvvillu about 8 ,
a tong 111 lie, will regret to have been In order his promise to pension every member of py life. (I' m.,
other amusement would be
studio It nice for
I1n lM\t life __ a thing and everybody who was preMc-ntwill look
dle hi for If win halfa -
<1 J consumption at his and the visitor report having crew they nearly -
lately, the town, and we hope the project will
back thu occasion of the
rn.--\ltJot.ta. ( V U t week. He million dollar would be required to upon a* one
> time. In additionto
'd had a very All.intii 1'IHlllltluli.: meet with IhattuuovM which It deserve
the all
,/ many 'lieniU along the East heard that Mr. meet payment They are young
the foregoing, While in town' the sisters were the
LIt ,'I whom his death. celebrating several men, with a reasonable expectancy of consisted of Muwlame M. E. Oruber, N.
} egret has been
Vining of Miss Florence Norwood
Mt of Ute which have living to the age of three core and ten. )Jr.. Wm M Tcaheti/ of St. Augustine, guests 11. lUpptrwtt, F. W. Craven Roswell
anti ,
Mn It II. Bishop and their birthday parties former pupil of their school, at /St. Coleuiau. K M. ChafTeo! the Misses Albino -
'",;htel of much pleasure to the The English nobleman whose whole : who U well known in 'IltuavUlo amid at ,
atJ nsa La ray len Daytona onath been a source soul I is bent the ha Augustine. anti Alice Egger, Mer Brady
rd"y last of the hotel The table, an usual upon winning cup, Eau Gallie, ha reutwl Amrier Villa, \li .
for J ksoDvi1l1!. Mr. f guests and one who proved himself a true sportsman, and If Angler avkuuo, Itoulvvard, Atlanta, (.a. -- --- Brown Budge ('half"" Morgan ('(lItt--
: W Illforrn8t't reproach, every
,41 bIt family a/I \DVOC.\TK reporter beyond there U. more than pled with anybody should be ao fortunate a* totake where the will be glad to see her oh1friend. Mtt. Ruot.r. of the Eagle Clothing man, Montgomery and Graham.Mr. .

LuCh, bu b. I ;ed Daytona lean very stops that department Our readers should the cup back to England there I II .. This house I* loaat d In the Store bal returned from New York,
l al wa compelled to DO one bettor fitted or more worthy to best section of the city, and I* only five
wwa close for the sum their fall and
It having purchased winter
M he L a-f IOtblnl to do, since pay It a visit ere E. L. Brady U till Improving
do than Lord Dunraveo.
> tl're' factory h'-jL'one mer reason, and they will not regret the *o minute walk from the Exposition good direct from the manufacturer,
her o litigation. do their The Valkyrie In ground* -Jt.trW car pawing every ten his fine property on the river front lit
abort vi brother In trip, for Mer heiter A Viniag yesterday' rate; and will veil all good at rock bottom
rk."mii11.1 he l-tto founded hi* to ut Mt to make It pleasant fur their hoisted her protest Stag and ran ID, on minute Parti of four and upward good are arriving In ba just bad a brick wall built around

tJIit.t' IJ going (ueat.. account of tug boat being on her course can get very reasonable rate. TiWavilledaily. his ground on the east and south shlea.







t mtt the following plan of payment of an an follow: PETITION FOIL LICENSE. Clyde Steamship Co7

Beyond Description Issue of $150,00(1( bonds, with Interest not First district.. . .. . flJJ: : care ,

r ; to exceed fire per cent and not to be told Second . . . . ro07 ., To the Honorable Board of County

lnt.n Suffering With Muscular at less than par, and no commission to Third ) :: Commissioners Brevard County, Flv:
4; Rheumatism. be allowed for selling bond By raising Fourth :.. : : : : : : : : : : ; : : entlemen-I: the undersigned, W. J.

Fifth . . . .941,4 II wines
HI hereby certify that for seven years I (8,000' ) a year to pay Interest and balance Tucker wishing liquors 01
No. 0,
was troubled with my knee. I lon tided and prescript to apply on bonds, the estimate. I II as Total .. . .. .... . . .6101 cars and Brevard beer County In Election, Mate District of Florida, hereby I f

follows: The cost of hauling by rail U an follows apply to your Honorable B-"ly to grant
liniments bata!
Value of property for first ten years, : me the right; to sell such liquors, .wines
1 to no purpo ( assessed value and beer In said Election District, and I
/ r The trouble kept t.J)00,000) ( at present, First district ... f 3,105 Honorable Body to grant me a
)1 tV OD,0($<>t)) the second ten at an . : pray your
growing worse > ; years Second .. . . :2,53' permit to make such sales.

and the Joint estimated valuation of property atfVrfjO.OOO Third . .. . 6,000) Hespcctfully,

j 1 begin to enlarge : for the next twelve year at Fourth .. . . !8,351; : TUCKER.
knee became Fifth . . . 10,: 70 W..1.
l ,, t My $3,000,000 would require an assessment Dated Aug. 20, l0- New York Charleston and

r t' if almost till and of four mills, and leave a balance of Total. . . . . 10,521, ) Florida Lint{

pained me to I *:!, >0-71 at the end of 3years:{ and with We, the undersigned, being a majorityof
To this cost It add
+ could not Teat may beooccssary to Election District -
,y nl Jt 1 day and night, I an assessment of one and one-fourth In some cases an Item of J.OO per car the No.registered 0, of Brevard voters County, Florida, The magnificent Steamships of this Line are
,/ mills for the 3lrd: year would pay out as In the above :
had to
ne load
for switching. In case such Item do most respectfully concur
table will show. be pointed to sail as follows :
accompanying and ask that the permit
Crutchesi should become necessary (lit will apply application,

i .', -" .t timet! and oft Bonllll .1.0,000 at, Ii per cent: Pays only to the first, second and half of the granted as prayed for. Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways

.' lure atromuburahtab San Beeedtr4. ten It would s-em mente .$,00) for ten years, 10,000 for third districts, or to about 1/00 carloads Fort Pierce, Florida. (ITAfDARD TIME.)

a .i If I would have to have my leg amputated ten years, .12,000 for twelve Yt'an. NAME : WnSEliliE" : From New Vork, I.r..., .IR'k..nrilk I
ai the pain became almost unendur W A Smith (19er29E.R.: ) STEAMER tJlari"'toet, rrl
In this connection I would that incase Arch Hendry,
able. I suffered beyond description. Fl END OF 1'JOICII"L INTERESTPAryxNT!! say JohnS Bryan, welne.dsY Montlay, Anr.' ::: : 3141 3.19, p p :.... CHEROXE IHIN't'tll+ Sunday Tuesday.Fndav ,. : j
I liarker's UlufT should be utilized for
rally, hearing el Hood's f.r! aparJI/ -----1-1- John P Cook s C C Davis 3s, at 3.s' I' 01.. AlliO ell'I" ...Thllro"a. ", H,
t concluded to try It. After I had taken lilt year $1405000() t7'/JO.OO. M.fJOO.IJO shell purposes, or certain deposits near J (J May, Tuesday. llel'..&' 8. a& 8.00 I' III .8EMI\1ti.R; Sunday' : "' "
525; 00 FrMav, 11. at 8.00 III CH.R"Kt.t: Thurolla. .
4 one bottle I felt much better and after Oak III11 It be to buildspurs F W C; urc I' .. i ,
. may necessary Reuben Carlton, etch Monlay. 9, at aooI' m. IIUMll'Ol4 Sunday' .
taking several bottles can 11.,1 am well, -- F '
L "
Daniel W\tlll..da. 1i, et a.oo. m AiAioNQUIN Tnealav -
Into these the shel I'
places to move
d148,075.2.; : .. 7.n.oo 8,1100.0" .. '
Knee Has Been Cured Alexander Bell W A smith Frida, 13. a& a.fIII pm. SEMi\nLE Thur.cla. : .
My r"jl 1 IJI) Mr. Tairott authorized me to say that he Ha Tuesday. 11, at a.llu I' III Cli'OKt..t: .. IIunllav,
and that I walk and around well W T >en, 20 3151 m ltite I'IS. Thuraday -' ;.
as Friday p :
caq : '
--- : :
would lend the the and I Ieveiy In : : :
county rails L D Iettz, WWLaypoit Mon.tAy, 2i: 3.00 p m ALinlg'IN. 8nudAv I ,
( I' any one of my age. I am 83 years old 3rd II )40.42:1.75: 7.441'4.7:; 8,111111.1111( facilitate the Tblll! C C Davie, 1Vettnrwiuy' 5.1*) p hEMIXIII.E,.. Ttledat .
t+ and work my farm, and my ability I to do 678 81 way matter. J DavisJohn Friday, :?: :: 3.011:: p e1.:::. LHEIIOKLE Tlusrwlat;::; ;. ;
: C C
of characterized all blfl James A Russell,
so I attribute to the beneficial effects of : spirit helpfulness

Hood's 8ar.aparilla. I advise all who are 4th II 147,841.0.4! 7,4d.1I: 14081.01', I dealings on this subject. lie put all! S A Bryan Russell,
rheumatism/ In J Bell James
afflicted with any form t S ,
take Hood's Barsaparllla." EzRA BKN- 00'7 705th" items as near cost as possible. John S Bryan, Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Un

EDICT, fitromabnrgh, blebrukl.Hood's The outside cost of such spurs will G Bevill, J S Bell
147,237.IS 7,31J'1.24 fIOOIJ.MI) ( W T Hayes, the and until further Steamer "1 '
For notice EMASS
0:13): 14 not exceed: $2,000, probably less. It may present >oF.: ''ntEt
Sarsaparilla Granville Burke, \V T Hayes to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from I
: -- be found economical to put in 2 > or :JO Daniel L Futch, !'>11
6th II UI\r.IIfI.OO 7,1411.813 8,1XW.INI' ( ) Philadelphia Sundays. Close connection I II made at (hailcstnn '
aM short spurs about 200 feet long each Daniel I. Futch, W T Hayes \lH) "
Is the Only 670 (00/ between stations, to facilitate having the Granville Burke, Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all .Hnrn ;')1AIso.l'hiladelphla
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W T Granville B BurL: and Interior points via Philadelphia.
; l'IoiN'II shell hauled by team. The railroad Hayen '
7th" U.\o'.m.OIf 7,320.0 ', ( )
''I F Daniel L Fntch,
True Blood Purifier 700 65 officials assure us that they will lend I R L Brown, L D Mettz

Prominently in the public eye todayHood's : 8th-II -145,225,54 -7,2f111.4.--- 11.(1110.01'( the county the rails, and the county; : W A Smith, St. Johns River Line.

need only pay the cost of grading and W.A Smith. II L Brown
ears ail Iirse Ile"na. hlllsukr 738 73
Pills Ds.dacha s+. for cross ties. This U estimated *100 L D Mettz,

Oth" 144,486.81 7,201.27'IIIIO ,,, each for 21: such for J E Whatley, J S Bell and Intermediate
: spins delivery, or Daniel L Futch, For Sanford, Enterprise Points i c

t 775; 6610th .2.00 for all. Wm Anderson, W W Beecher
REMEMBER THESE FIGURES. the St. Johns River.S'tcaX1.cr
The distance table \V T .
143,711.15 7,224.34''soOo' Interest: W W Beecher, Wm

The total assessed value of prop --2,814.4411th Front Hucomer to north end of the It W L T Brown Hayes, E'Vcrg1adc,
J J Keen,
erty in Hrevanl county is two 140,800.71 7,111.:11 10,1100.111 county, 12: miles; to Titusvllle, 24 miles; Daniel L Futch, CAPT. W. A. SHAW,

2,055.1712th" to Cocoa 43 miles to 4* I L L Carlton, Granville B Burke
million two hundred thousand dol.lars. ] ; ,
Jas A Russell, Is appointed to sail from Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturday at 5.(Hi p. 111 relu",,", t

I t 131.n41.M 3,102.9313th ; 7.044.1'13-. 101NL00. miles J B Merlwethcr, J S Bell Sanford Mondays and Thursday at S:00 a. m
: () From Two-Dollar Bluff to Rockledge, L L Carlton! ,
Mr. taxed
Flagler's holdings are
45: mile; to Eau Gallie, 30 miles; to Mel- J A Richards! It L BrownJ SU fI ldtCND. Al11iTHlgq'
10,18 N 0,0/, SCHELL'LE
at six hundred thousand dollars. 134,838.81 1I, IJ7.07 I
J Keen Read down
bourne, 2C miles; to Fort Pierce, 21 up
i 's The J., T. & K. W. U'y company 3,2fJI'4.07 J J Green i. L Carlton Leave .. .... Arnie

1 i i dollars.at almost one hundred thousand 14tH 131.51'40. 11,741.03 '1iIOO.M( miles miles;; to to Jensen Ankona 37, 27 miles.miles; to Eden, 34 Henry Gossman, L G L Bevill Carlton ."", a.p.a.m p.m.m In ::::...: :...::: :...8t......Aet"r ...:: .,.:::.....:.....'...... .. Lease m;

3,421.111' Hucomer is the point where the spur U Bevill ,. m a. m: ; : .. r:;;:;;;; f3; ; ): Ie\
Wild lands owned
by corporations -- leaves the main line six miles south of W A Hendry, L L Carlton a. m ... .. ... .glue ', ... '. .. .
about two hundred and Uth II I !I,t5M.M 670.1J'.l; 1(1,00.00 Arrive a. m ... .. ... .... .. .. ... "
W T Hayes, ,.
3,6J2.U7 New Smyrna, tapping the group of shell a. m ..... .. ... ... .. .... ?
' eighty thousand dollars. W P Hatchett D L Futch
mounds at that point. It will be seen U Bevill,
Total, of these three items nine lt1th 124M6.4H) 0,407.1J:1: lUIIIIO.IJO that the haul at any point does not ex- I. E Jeffries W T Hayes Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonvl:

hundred and eighty thousand dol 3,771.1 $ G Bevill M. )1.CLYDE,A.T. M. F. IHOSMOVOIB: ,JK. Ha Iai.. Af<
ceed 45 miles thus bringing it within
lars-nearly a round million. A A Hendry D L Futch a Bowling: Bran,Aew YorkTIIEO.O 88 Weal Ila) St..lai kx.m lilt:
Non-residents are taxed at least I 17th II 120,704.1'11' 62214.32 10,100.00( the minimum rate. I visited the shell G Bevill EOOFKT. M, tJNO. L. HOWARD Fla. Fr't Apt.

six hundred thousand dollars 3UfiO.21i mounds south of New Smyrna, of which J W Taylor, I) L Futch 6 Howling Green New' York. Foot Hofran St ..lack eanfl." :.J

; our there is quite a group also the shell W \V Uc?char, A.J' COLE.lOeneralPalaenger Agent, J. A. LFHUE. Pniwrlntenilrni
home people do not pay one.fourth 18th 118,844.55 tI.001.74 ciOO-.oo mounds known as Barker's Bluff and W II Bowen W W Beechei A Howling Green, New York. Foot Hogan St ..ia<'kx i 11\11)0,)

of the taxes. 4,15M.2 bamuelXewbolJ, ]). 1) .MINK, O F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue Philadelphia
Two-Dollar Bluff, In this county. There 1VM. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agent,
The one thousand voters in the Wm A Shleppy, Daniel L Futch
county do not pay over oneeighthof 10th II 112.1711.27; 6,841.710IIOO.JO:/ ( are also smaller shell deposits in the T G Lashley, \ 19 So. Delaware Ay.,Philadelphia. B Bowling Green.New fort

4,31111.11120th that be found available. At W A Smith
the taxes! The one thousand county may J F Bell,
: the northern of mounds there Is W T Hayes, '
voters who have the power to vote 108:110.08$ 6,633.8 10,000.01 "hos C Bans J T Bevill \
shell to the districts from
0,5144.50 ample cover
bonds will not have to assume more 1) L Futch
-- the north end of the county to Kockledge. Theo Demro M M McLeodJ
than ,
thousand dollars thatis
twenty ; 21st 101,725.514 5,115,50(I 2oiJO.ooIIIJ13.72 Southern
The cost of shell at that point will be F Wooten ---'
twenty dollars per head or sixty.
about ten cents per cubic yard, not to A Kabenldt, Henry WhippleJ
six for ---
cents thirty
per year years F Wooten,
Will the road not be worth sixty- 22nd" 04, 12.SfI( 5,0146,28 1 2,11)0.00 exceed that amount. 18 Keen, D L FutchJ
7,20.3.\: At the southern of mounds them awr
group J Keen,
six cents per year to the average . --- Railway
Is ample for the fourth and fifth districts W B Spiers, G B Burke
voter Pc.tlja :
23rd 81.1)\:1.50 4,7411.1i4 12IJ IIII(
7.1122.33 So far as I have been able to ascertain J J Keen
Geo. Saunders GB Burke

roil ELECTION A SPECIAL 24th 7\1.\1:11.17\ : 4:177.67: '12,10: ;0.11): i) will be ten the cents cost of per shell cubic at these yaid. mounds S Castle, W R L T Brown Hayes ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

1'1,003,04' There may be small local deposits W W Beecher.

On the Question of hooding for 25th 71,927.73 3U\IC.\.M) 12,010.0): which the parties owning them may dispose THROUGH PULLMAN, DRAWING ROOM CARS.COMPARTMENT ,

8,403,6126th : of at the same figure.
Shell Itoad.
(Send the ADVOCATE an any
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The cost of loading will be as follows:
Whereas It Is deemed expedient by 113,524.12'' 3,504i.3IJ 12,1184.00; ': job printing you need.] THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAIN!
this Board that bonds bo Issued to the 11,1123.70 For the most of the shell the cost of

Amount of one hundred and fifty thousand loading will not exceed 2.00 per car-

dollars drawing five per cent Interest 27th 54,700.33 3,176.21 '12,1810.00(,: load of 20 cubic yards, for the balance It Have you seen it t Seen bat P Why QUICK TIMEVO ALL POINTS NAMED.
which bonds shall not run more than
thirty-three year from date, and shall 0/64./1'4:/ It will cost from 12.50 to W: .00 per car- he Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If
-- --
load. To make It safe I will own a sail or row boat, don't fail to .
estimatethe you
have coupons attached for the amountof 2Mth 45,435,3': : 2,73i.1J2: 12,0(10.00( have one on hand. It is a great labor North sass :IEIw.t North wad We
each annual Interest payment, and! 11,7511.23 averge cost of loading at $2.50 per ,.
aver, and Is patented In the United ... fl. a
which" bonds, principal and interest shall -- carload. The total number of carloads 10. s)0. 'aul *1 TM*
States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A DAILY. w s.r.a
be payable at Titusvllle Florida the : e iifctujjiap
211th 3\,707.12: 2,211.77 2.o.iOIMI.) ( U.u. .w.
being 0,105, at 2.50 per carload equals few of the state rights will be sold at a '
proceeds of which said bond shall be 10,214.114 reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton Lv.l""klOulll." r.c.4"_. T 10 am 520p t Le. Jackaonvlll. J.O.4"_ .D,p m :
used for the purpose of constructinggood ---- 15,202.50 : f'b. : -. Mam 1 b pn? ; Everett, .n' 5t*. .a
Kla. It :
shell road the entire length of the SOth II 2,4112.41'4: 1,785.341 2,000.00 The matter in tabular form is as' follows Titusville a Mami 10 41 pm ..r. hf.eoS Attends,, r 1 MamFor lID t 11Ar.
Columbia Sotitharai
08pmSKpm 4 Warn I .
county. 10,765,31431st : 1. Charlotte, _. : TOO Chatunooca, d pm :
} Now, therefore it is ordered that an -- -- .. Waahtniton. _. 4l alii 1 to pm am Cincinnati. Q. q,....... y yp'.ID.--
election be called, to be held on the 12.000.00'' Cost of shell, Q.105 carloads at : Baltimore. P.on.B.K. I m am 11 26pm Blrmtothem loath. 13 01 D'D
U,7li7.10 1,274.62: A
second Tuesday In October, A. D. 131)1): 11,261.G.'I *2.00 per car. $12,21000 A Year For 50 Cents viec Ph14rl.York 1phie, ;::: U 10 M H am pm 00 amaaoam .r 'It. Loeb Cairo Sb. LlDI 7 110 am' '

for the purpose of submitting the (mention Cost of loading 0,105; carloadsat [7 jrjmphta, x. e... A a. I: lit&:1
of the issue of bond to the legal 32ml s..o.\.4.'II- Tx 14.35 '12,1)111,01: 2.50 per car. . . 11,202.50: Ar. Asheville. Ioalhen._. .....-...,.... 10 10 am x saw C1I7. : W
Cost of hauling by rail30,525.00 The Saturday afternoon edition of the JackHiville -
voter of Brevard
county. ))"U"lo.lI. will lie furnished, liy mainly
Such election shall be held under the To pay a& end ot 33 years Principal. $f3JIIWI. --I. ,at the extremely low rate Cent aScar. full Information apply to any A reft of this great RailwaySyetem
Interest, 17529 Total . .....7.I'J7.50So rt'Ml:
provision of the act of May 31, 1S1C>, of It will be Ailed to the the latest Its tlons.
well of or coon
news aa aa a large: variety reading
the law of Florida and the foim of the 3IIIII.H far as I have been able to ascertain p.aU.r. This la the cheapest| newspaper ever:

ballots for such election shall\ be FurItoml.t Respectfully submitted, by careful personal examination of the publiehalinYlorida. Hy takutgTbe8letroIola W. A. TURK, C. A. BENSCOUR, 8. N.. HARDWICK.. Nest,
or .lgo'IAI }:IJIU" Such election you get an aggreuite Deraot'ratio journal General Pos. *|*ni, At O**. Pa>*. Af.nt. A.. lI.n'l P.
H. I.110Kv.'. Chairman mounds and Interviews with railroad The daily edition of The Metropolis will be .TLAIITL
hall be belt at the several place where furnished at the following/;rate,In advance only: waaMIH.TON. D. 0. KNOIVIktt, TCM\
the last general election was held. J. MENDEL, officials and owners of shell mounds and One year ... .... |4 oo
And It I II further ordered that the r'lloI F. T. DCllo!!:. parties expert In the handling of shell, Six uionthi. .. .. . .... .aN, W. D. ALLEN

lutlon be published once in each week 1! If the bonds for the shell road arevoted etc., the foregoing Is as nearly correct as Clue Three mouth months. ..... ...... ..... ... I.oo 3D Florida Paj ent r Afent. i '

for aid four election week In prior the several to the date net for the money shall be divided between it is possible to ascertain In advance. The Metropolis every: day In the week will Iw :213 Wet Bay Strwt. jACfMONYILLE, PU-
I newspaper bold at the news at Two Cents par: copy
printed In lirevaid (county to.wit: The the commissioner' district according Kespectfally, C. T. M CABTY Ask the new boys on the trains for the paper Jnlv OHtlj,

Melbourne Times Cocoa and Rockledge to the estimate of the surveyor CARTER i RLSSEIJ.,1'rtprieton 11RA6.4 -
: ,.. News, Florida Mar and IMUVN UIMH and mlluAge. The work will be doneby ('<" itnmf
r home labor under the direction oftbo
Passed August 7th, 185 with four
vote la favor and one In opponition-the county commiskloer. The trustees -- --

Chairman. will be selected as follow: One from
the north end one from the center and Small I Investments
.. .
one from the south end of the county.

Reports and Intimate as to the likl-OUT OF C. T. VICCtKTT Returnlnlll'roliloerily will make many rich but nowhere can they make so much within a

Proposed Issue of Itonds" Etc. To the honorable Bout of County Com- shun time a* by ucciwaf HiwcuUtkiu" In Grain froviaiona and Stock. w A Piano r i Ollgti
miMiionera, lirevard County, Flu.:
The follow Ing of FOR EACH Dollar Invested can be made
reports were a part In pursuance of the request of your $10( 00) by our

the proceeding and minute of the August honorable body piswd at your last = Systematic Plan of Speculation \T OUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION with .'1 III}'i. t n"ant

1 It" meeting of the Jtoard of CountyCommUkloner I follows to approval after a trial In house '
I meeting beg leatetoreportaa : your own No money n ] 11'1'
I' I *. Our did not originated IIN "o All successful *|m uUtor*operate on a regular>y>toMi. thoroughly satisfied. Our !
space IlICI'rI' prices low '
i I have interview) the Ice-president It i. a well. kit" wn tju't tuat tbiv are tunuvuiil of ors in all part nt th* I'ntud Bute *8... are a* as allY house in ''',
f mit the publication of these reports at and general freight agent of the J., M liy >*t, iu>tu tr.uliuic: through ChitML broker,make Iarae l =::'d'7.C, rangiaw gnat a our terms are so reasonable anyone can puriho. md \1'.1\ f"1]
few MiMinl who IIIVMU hundred At.
th d.Il4r. for the wan a or t up la toIllstaa
the time. They therefore submitted The
.d .in A..t 1. K railway in relation\ to the .>r nor.h) thou, who invml 4 dew tnuuandIt Celebrated CONOVER.
for the I Uiniiit u: tt. *.. who may not sin i lint that tn I il (''I transportation of shell, In cane said ou this.I piss :* |perews sho lit*SWA fro : and latest through btiikm wkuuilr .I= The Beautiful SCHUBERT.
have read too repasts, or who may wishto khould need said. service >uui>l n).t county their
refresh memory on certain Tbe coat of the transportation of shell. eke market rmm ur fall; it bnuga a steady prottt Ites pM** n|.> Mnnninmly. in a -= Vocallon AGO COTTA(
point Every voter should girt these tint*. Aeollon, Farrand & Votey CHI
will be ti.OO. per carload for 45 miles or \\rli fur CunvlMrlna; rnwl, *le.stir M.&attal "a uiaowufnl 14eaaWkr ynu oaf ,.... ORGANS.
reports a careful reading so M to b eJ Int. The entire haul of hell will come Market 'II. rail ut -NUN. .- ( .....teln. ALL t'lU Y oat, MAIIeaI VlflaJM ft,. ... I pt

: able to cat his vote inuillgeatlj.KEPOBT within the rate of .VO per carload! the U..g1ar;.;,=t rsarJ h..uj aandwg ass rtreptfr.*** and m1' Instruments Music awl Book Wr

or 09UVIITTBE ON HOXDtXO fUS. miolwum rate being TVO;:| per ear for 41
To the lion Board of Co. ComniksrtlCentlemeai miles and under. THOMAS & CO., Bankers ADD. Brokers, rJ71io\.. 33. OumpljXjJ C4() s

J I -We LereiltU beg! <> lubIt. The number of carloads per dlstrUt U V 241.242 Rialto Buildings CHICAGO, ILL JACKSONVILLE. FIt )11ID'I


I I,

t ,I






) RIVER ADVOCATE SBl'TKMHRR: : 13. 1895. 3 .

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' 101al Cards.pIt.Rdeatsa "best' ground. From Fort Pierce to south
r Prore .
boundary: line of
county v'e saw nearlyevery PLANT SYSTEM.

WALT tte. OR..... man, and found but three who The One Crop System

)OBBI :S & ORAII.\M, refused to let road pass along the bank

ATTORNEYS-AT-LA1V, of river through their lands-Messrs.LeTournau : c of farming gradually' exhaust the land, unless a Fertilizer, containing, A __ _h _
Frantf and Hunt but I
am high percentage of Potash b used. Better a better soil and a
HoCR*:From 'o 12: a. m., confident they could nem recover crops Perfect : Service.
LICE and 2 to 4 p10' any larger bank account can only then be expected. : Eo.ooengeJ:
damages from
county, as toad would
Brevard Co. Florida. Write for "Farmers Guide illustrated book. It A
TrrtsviLLB, not Interfere with our a 142-page
any of their improvements 3Do-u."blo wily 'J'Ja.ln.s.:
l I) (B<,I. !"*, is brim full of uselullnformation for farmers. It will be sent free and f
\ In all the eourte-etatt and fed Respectfully,
!lB practice will make and Address A
save ,
you money.CEKMAN
;"' faelUtlea' for examining and perfect- ... V Unexcelled Pullman Equipment ,y:4...
''laD"'I tiel. Money to Loeni : KALI WORKS 93 N. SiraM. New York # ,


OR S. JONES, B. BCRCUF1EL, COCTIT SIBVEToK. ___ ________4-__ __
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i IL ATTORXEYATLAW.ItrsVILLE To Commissioners.the Honorable Booard of County and others as follows: East along saltlColeman'g mN) HOOKS irrc. nun:. II 0 Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston. 0J"

north line frtlO feet, thence 8, /
BREVARD CO., FLA Gentlemen-The following Is my estimate 12 E. the foot t mall l to Montgomery11 ,
3MtO feet running along Rend ton rent; unit grt >v return s "aitlfnlsnnvMilr :

County Judge of Brevard County. based upon my survey of the route of a ridge on which said Coleman and Kxxmltlmi of the| Cotton wt K Stairs|>.l'and l, sat Intermttonal vim 11 to Tifton
for the proposed new road the entire Mr. FroscherlUe, thence S. 7 E. 1.10C name and aililreim' 'I>rlnteil, ehrf..;,,' Atlanta, Jinn.
of the nal of (oliimi-ivfi* PI..I"1| "Mall.. tinier l>lmtory" .
length county, and amount of feet to the present county road again, that' will gohorthihitorssndlmndrrlof. i

3 1.Rotary DArLDE J. T. 8AKDKIM shell required to shell same ten feet thence southeasterly along the general I l mall>ai>, n order, etc flrnm free who will. wild sample::: Incite, These trains carry through Pullman Sleepers -

SANDERS wide, four Inches thick on low rlatwoods direction of the road 2,300 feel .101'RNAt of I'OMMMUr:,
CLDEY & present .
lJ land; sis: Inches thick on all scrub and to the line between commUiiioneis' dU Atlanta, liThe to New York, Washington, Philadelphia,

ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, high hammock lands where the sand is -- -- ------- --
tracts No. 1 and 2.CO11MlSClNltRa'.
ln-.ll nrartlre In all the Court of the State coarse and loose or soft. Estimate for Baltimore, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati ,
Florida: ,and the United State)Court DMTBICT SO. I.
Gas Co.
preparing road bed, Including grubbing Engine Philadelphia,
'.O BoI.I35.: St. Louis Mobile New Orleans Atlanta and
Money to Loan 18 10 feet wide, leaving large timber such Begin at Intersection of present county ,

as would be desirable for shade but road with the north boundary of district a. Chattanooga.

clearing 12 feet from the center of all Xo. 2. thence southeasterly along the
TOME REYNOLDS, road OO feet to the
timber stumps and everything necessary present county 2. >

ATTOUNEYATLAVllutrhlnson to make a smooth bed ready to receive continuation of Mainstreet Tit usrllle.

the shell also all thence east on :Main street and south on
grading, tilling or cutting
Avenue, putting in all culverts of vltrilled Washington avenue to the south boundary -

terra cotta six to twelve Inches In of the town, thence following the
FloiUU. road to the south end of
ltU8\111t' diameter, the building of all bridges present county
Burn's hammock, thence I left the )present
tenting the road bud ready in every

I HTl'S, respect to receive the shell\!: road (which from here run over I

IIIWEI.I. black jack ridges) and cross the railroad

ATTOltYEY-\TI.\W. ., I_ S3 and blared out a new route as follows: 1e
.. Lt .I( ; 44yt
[ITwtlci: m State and Federal' court Land ':: ti1'; ; '* ;...:...... &3 South 18 E. ft, :JOfeet through flat wood,.
!I.. .i ipeclalty. Attorney for Hoard of OJ I pj aoI. thence S. 31}, E. 4l1fl'Ct, to the foot ofa ? w

ant) Coinmliwlonem,and County Solicitor :ETNg'4"k!: : l Q ;:J. ridge thence S. 78 1<:. Uri feet to the top Six liorw-|>owpr, iiiarinM wilctit. "Vi-lln: apsesn'gnlreil | -t. Y inn
C y :WX/H: I tau he.Mannfsetnrrrsof tr' oJ
utMTITCSViLLD, FLA Oit_'" 'OOOJ the south line of Delesplnc |
[ of
(I' a ridge on
.. ..- \ the nnwt IVrfm, H'lIahle
Jla grant and line ctwccn comml""lonerll'cli ami .:' ,"n"h'lIl Motor for I jtuiu'hm and V tu'lit.
Freeman Hall feilaa I!. Wright "j'J'g' .to. In the jimrkct. Racy: t., utaVt ruin until lol'luul|
t1'lctll :Yo. 2 and :3.CIIMallaslNERM'
......; with very little RI"'IIUnll: also liiillilrrt ulaunches
Utoincy-at-Law, DcLand, Fla. ".!::: 1= DI"TKICT NO. !t. ceipd'te| anil ,Latlnl1"r'lIIntnn '

ALL & WRIGHT, M\\ .; glul 1 >:MV .IHtOMK: :,
|_ : iiill'J: .5 d! S OJ From top of ridge about a quarter of a Hole Agent for llrevaril' and I orange Ht I IK.
1VSURAXCE AGENTS, 'E s" mile west of river thence S, 3.J E. 1,80 and (irirea mi al'Ilh'aUnli.i

I TituiHille, -----Florida. .P..I.I. : -:,.A a feet to the top of a ridge l west of J. E. The INN,1'ort'CahI11): 1, open all! the year

a ; S Q : house thence S. 10 E. 1,21)0() feet
1 '> !H'" 4"1e!: : Dixon's ,,
the "Old Hartford ; ,
Representing ik I :: a :
a south
J thence S.i: 1 E. feet
Liverpool & London & Globe, and all the .iNmaog n G riling companies. Are prepared to + A Y : 8IM) feet to the present county road In

krite feievard lines up to |20,0(10 In any part of -1---\ lt'' ::iJ' s Curtis street Hardeevillo, thence south I Establishment South. The Plant Steamship Line.

county 1U tw17 boo-a: 1 a i through; Curtis street :Il.O'K J feet, thence I .

CI ota 3 southeaHterly WK feet to the west bank of GEO, S. HACKER & SON,
] .sItltlq small
y. Indian River at a orange grove,
W EWAN, 'AY x:..I nJ: C 1 's 8. .: thence southeasterly along the river bank i\ [ow! luxu..iou eU1u"hip,, e..vieu tin
ev !...: under the bluff but Just above ordinary flio JS on' he..u Wuf ,,
Public State at Large. I I Ir
Votary fC1J.3'O
!2!: ;! Q; = = high water mark along the present county i
lamia Selected; Conveyances made. 14Ii1\!!: !'\ w Ned.s road to A. L. Hatch's store, thence I n Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa
solicited. Achliessla
remmndence :
I ille viewed out a route a part of which has 1
View Hotel Cocoanut Grove Key West and Havana.
) .
101151algn" ;:;:i:r2 ;: bank
: been cut out along the river to
Office, Ewan's Landing. ...n.( loI I ,8.:1 ij:
-.Ne3. .. -= 0x '8. 3 :'Iat.ox'iland! thence on top of the bluff I Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.

M ax flows: Cross Maddox's! : front In road --
EURGE W ALLEY .oo11t""o'I"J
l 10
_b m at ri:: g cut out; cross Moon' front of marginand It \V ttllKNN: Iassenger Tiafilc Manager,

, : 1.. .: g east of orange tieos; cross J. D.Hatter's .
ATTOUXEY-AT-LAW, t 3i,zbyuas1 Savannah, Oa.(
V'Fw5'] front In west edge of margin;

ca Went, Florida. 131J'.'<1 ....... .. IJ .. .. cross Bank's front In west edge of mar - -

.'! gin; cross A. S. Dixon's front through Manufacturers of,
[ Will practice in the United States margin which Is 50 to 100 feet wide:;

''ill l Matt' (oiuts OjunOIh In pursuance of an order passed by cross Hush's front west of margin; cross Doors, Sash, Blinds, The florida (Central & peninsular Railroad

you at your regular meeting In July, 18').*>, Hogg's front through woods uncleared,;

U L. WILLS, directing me survey view out locate cross Hush's front west of margin; cross Moulding and Building Material.

r and mark out along the west banks of Spratt and Cockrcll's front through mar Short Line iH'twffii 1'Iorlilit an
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Indian River the most practical and gin; cross W. F. Dixon's: front through Olllce and I \\aicroonn, King OpposlU '
Savannah Augusta Ga. Columbia Washington, Baltimore
Everett, -
flTl-'iVILLE; FLORIDA. available route for a permanent county margin; cross Mrs. Dixon's: front west of Cannon Street,

road from the north to the south line of margin; cross Miss Lena Finn's front Philadelphia, New York, Boston and tho East.

OrflclIIutchlnaon: Avenue, near the county and to make a careful estimate west of margin; cross A. S. Dixon'i: front Charleston S. C.

f'ill' Indian River hotel. of the cost of shelling the same, I west of margin thence following a road Everett, Macon: Atlanta, Chattanooga) :Nashville, LouUvllle, Clncllln'atl,

hereby submit a description of the routeas already cut out and traveled along the and Chicago. ,
Everett Birmingham, Holly :Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City, bt.
AbPIXWALL and marked out by me, beginning Sash Cord and
surveyed Weights
J JOHN river bank on top of bluff to Cocoa, Louis, Chicago, Sioux: City. t

July 10, 18M.completed July 30, thence following the established county Blvcr Junction, PcnxnroU, Mobile New Orleans Texas, Mexico, Californiaand

REAL ESTATE & IXSURAXCE.ALLIE 1895!) which[ Is, to the best of my judge road along the front to Barton avenue Hardware. the I'acllloCouat. iiTc< tli I ., duly H, 181)5.

ment, the most practical and available Rocklcdge, thence along the river shore
New TortJndtel and New lark Fact
route; nevertheless a few small changesmay along a road now partlyyoponed to north w ,_e.,_. WIW, ...w1easMsll] Leaves Jai.kiH.uvllte L:'Hi a. in and S'AIi.
\1 in..daily, with Through Ilillman Sleepers| for
FLORIDA. be necessary as future events may line bee 26, T. in S., UW E., being the Window and Fancy GlassA 4.e w w w .;......U.I4a..b. oliuulila, W..hll1lCt..11a1-

determine, some of which are already north line of the land of the late J. Q. S tlmore, riilltt.lelj'lila, new\ York II.-ton and all
W CRAVEN SPECIALTY. haul.rn point' *' Arrlvee Ja apparent and will be commented uponIn Stewart thence along the river shore t. .w4 a".III.41'l p, m.
% ._ d Poulosrtetest'artbetween Ht. A ngiintlne' and
DENTIST: = their proper place.In leaving a sufficient margin or windbraketo 4)a A. ) Sew lurk Dining; cart to and from Mantlington. -

making any changes from the established D. M. Edgerton'i land, thence acrollaEdgerton' limmi- .

Tm-tviLLE, FLORIDA. county road I have been guided front along the west side of 4)i ,,,, .: ,.
only II Through hi Hmtutlfiil Illlluiintry
3ci And l rooms in Ray building, up- as far as practicable by the wishes of the marsh and following the same gen 10 e I /; il MI.MIo' l.irldit. 1'rn.wlaawl
v MMinliU: H .Jai kwuivllle ado a. m.
tairs, Washington avenue. the people living along the proposed eral position to R. E. Minis' south line, ii-T; \ a.a,. 5 It 1 u ,.., Inks i'Ity, Live llak. Maillwin. Montlrvllo.. ,

route and in some instances have aban thence west on the line between the said[ i.0, ?' tewnlean.u.dths.wtthwe.. TYliahaaseeRiser: JunctlonPenswvlaalobrle.. Meslro] Call-,

ohn B doned the best route because the people Minis and Naylor to the present county 7'Y 0 fornU anil the I'ai.INn (',_t. Carries: tU""I"l *r',
Stetson University .,4s ArrlvesJarkuntrtlhlra/a.M: ,.
living along and owning the land thereon road, about a quarter of a mile from the f f 1 ,N 4,

DeLnnd Florida. objected to the location. river and 200( feet went of the railroad Poor ihhl Ia .." "'bnvlll. JVia.m. for"lArke.11..- 4
; C Y "+ thane ,, ', COUII IO ER'. DISTRICT No.1. and 1,000 feet south of Bonaventure ..w I icy, W'Ihlw.ai' L o>l>iirK, ka,
I / w b IjuHMMhoe lh\\tl ( Ity:"all..l"Clty.al ,
4 \
'tI'' Bexen. Normal School station. a i/wulr'Yllh"
College = .
vkai' Art School and Conaervatory or Beginning on the north line of the county y ill Arrh..l'nvlI'3,4' 5p. tuliwlnnatl .
1110. A better location (as I have since : -
A.Inatitutlonof of
aq teacher Seven Bret rank acuity (Brevard) where the present county Healthmeans e r' (' and Klorl.la L.Initui, Leave Jack.aonvllleS 1 1M
: elegant learned) would be to leave the river shore
: f>> [ by bUlldlnc.{ to Oak Hill crosses the said S I I 0 0 l I a. :Jiip. m. Holld Vs.tlhul.Traln. Time
,wed wator mb1h: :; equipped leading near the south line of said Stewa island /, a q s little over U hour to C liuiliiiiatl, via Macon,
."nao"IRI" lie tuient of I-hyiital Culture line, thence S. 12 W. 1,720 feet, thenceS. Atlanta battaiuHiKa.. ('oniiecta for Naubvllle,
>" at thence southwesterly along a road ijNiUvllle, iblijucu and all 1"lnte north an..
.Ut l>rlll for
: : I7 younR men Library the south line of
I 20 E. 1,300 feet to much than
lie so more r7Ael1TAzIfl 'ys wwt ArrlvoJackaonvllleUJus.nl.:
-r iir1 Reading room. with all leading formerly used by said Stewart and D. M. h. ..
dally and weekly pa|>era. the Peter Fouchard grant along the present _
t-Kb1* IPld chemical and phytlcalrt Edgerton to the present county road, you imagine-serious ttnurua
a road thence S. 14} E. along .. Il Holly Spring Rotite. St. 'Ixml, Kanaas City.lilutgu. .
?t'r*, wiWarrtticleofdeaublfor' Miulo and county about 300 feet west of the railroad, diseases result from ...1.4).w lr ? (' Leave Jaikaunvillo SMI: p. m. vutMaooa
'a III wU repots- the county road on the top of a pine Atlanta tllnuluicruuii. Holly Springs,
charge. Second term December the said road which PallHI'
,: u01 I' Send for catalogue, Riving OIWHS full InforJOHN ridge 11,830 feet, thence S. 23 E. 3.0M<< thence along i trifling ailments neglected.Don't MKiiilibla, Hprlugneld: kaniuu <'Ity Ht, Louis, Chicago; ,,Slou <1ty, Through Sleeper* without
a 200 feet west of Bonaventure station 10' with Nature's'greatest lutnge: tn h nmu>Pity and Ht sums, and only |[* tu Chicago sod Sioux City. ArriveJarlwnvllle
F.rORBES, Freildent. feet along the present road thence S. 8 play lea: a. "I.
thereby avoiding much low ground Intcmtedlato iHilnU. Amvo Jai ka4Mivllle (Ae n.V 1a.
UK'al for TallahawHie and
P M.
-- E. along tthe old road 3,950 feet to road 10' gift-health. wtw : :: ami i.terrleilst.adnte. Pullman sleeper. ArriveJsckwmvlllelJes.w.
which would have to be thrown up to :A H. Tainiia
leading from Anrantla to station on the ror HeiiilxruMivllle, HjiarUnliurf. and A..vll..I..v.. Jacksonville. daily st tiM f .. wills
make a good road across the lands of If yes are falls .,.
TIn SHELL 1{*)AD. J., T. A K. W. railway Here the present out of aorta,weal Kor Maiton.' Atlanta,two Train Dully. I. ave Jack4...vlllo TJOs.m: .andt-UOp.: .. milmaaiMuwnirfra
westwardand Edgerton, Barr, Slosson, Lee and Mints, / ei* to Atlanta using l low Holly ttprliiK sleepers tan remain III their berth until t-uo: a. m.lulluutn .
the tanavy
road bean off to
county and Browns. iin all night Tralna.
also making a shorter route bring. 10 ltwJ..u| |
t,. around by Turnbull, then .o appetite
.aIluc4dro'" tad pogt. goes ing the road nearer the station, thence caal work, fsr "n.1 for Jletlt Imleieil township Map of Klorlila tuX
to Mime making quite an at oscshek.heg *
southeasterly begin
REpoRT OF R. A. HARDEK. S. let E. along the present county road Ike BUM rella. H. PF.XXIXOTOX, A. O. MAtDONKLL,
elbow. Therefore I surveyed and mark bio. ., ...,,,.. .
and continue parallel with and 200 feet Iron : General Passenger Ag't.THE .
Traffic Manager.
3rd 1SI13.f route from crossing of said /
., July ed out a new west of railroad to a point;; .3IO:! feet pw.'e.j Ira: kit.ters. .
tbt road to Mime as follows: From A few hot.
UonorW Board of Com- Aunntla .. .
| County south of the. north line Sear 1, T. W. 8., tie* cere-bmwilCOOMO -
1Illlllli0nera: southeasterly along a road
said crossing R. M K, and west of A. A. Ste"art'a.thence Bitters troa* Ike,
In tecnring rlghtof-way for public known as )t. T. Jones' road which rum east crowing the railroad to a 1 .very'I ant.<. ua.j u western base of a scrub and sod It'splcaaasl
you find but little along ,
directed I
point 273 feet east of the center of said w Isle
f rponuion, and where some of this opIVos pine ridge 17,130 feet thence blazing outa railroad thence S. 14 E. parallel with

:HUD 1, namely: South City Point new route S. 19} E. 5,885 feet to the the railroad and along the brow of the It Cures
P"h ( of Sec. 17, T. 21 S., R
ocoa and northwest corner
Rockledge the county the river and 3rd
ridge overlooking on
'd LI those north of Mimi, thence S. Djr.pep.... Kidney and Uver
places runs near the rail- 35 E. just street, Pineda, then continuing the same WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
I. 3' fed enter present county NcuralgU Trouble,
From E. 1,000
Major Magruders's to Fort W.i3 course to south line of<< Sec. 30, thence h. '
fie>c. 1 which I followed through Mimi, Constipation Bad Blood
found no opposition, except: one road feet thence S. 24 W 4M feet
18} E. 810 allmcnU Patented the United States, Gnat Britain and Canada.
IC'I Mr. the J., T. K. W. railway M MalarIa, N rvou*
Salmon. Some of the land crossing across to west side of railroad thenceS.

I.'Uaed" through is owned by non-resl- feet south of the present crossing thence 21 E. 2.3W: feet to a point on west line Women's, feiieteHhatroaaedre4 compUlnU.Cetoolytk 10 Use by some or! the Principal Boat Builders In the United Sates

". -ho are absent; but the agents of the present road to La Grange pootofflce Sec. 32, 1,000 feet north of southwest lists oo ibe:wr.pocf. All utters ate.nb-
rC the southeast corner of Mrs. MI'.t_ O. f.C.IP of two K. .....po wswill
ndents to
..., I saw said that there and on corner, thence 8. 30: E. 2,500 feet to south end Mt of foe) BeooUfvl WorU
,, ** no Most way line T. 86 8.. R. 37 E., at a point on west ... '
: h lin. Ca BALTIMOMC,
*uth of Mr. Coleman I followed a ISOWN CHIMICAI.
Rockledge to Fort Pierce we .. -
I '-'if old county road located on formerly staked out by slid Coleman eMl."utd" 6I1 palee. .- ...-



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!W ll INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 4jMitor not only vote himself, but should be dragged) Into politics. Narrows; Inspector, L. B. Dawson, J. T. JAMES PBITCHABD, President; W. B. BARSETT. Vice-pa Ment
W. M. Bagwa ,
l l lyi use his influence with his neIgh. We claim that the advocates of Grey, E. C. Walker': Clerk C. J. Reams. Cashier

t bon to do so.SALARIES the road have conducted I'rednc&I No. 13, deorJrlanai; Inspector,
I A .'IIIL.lOOaIUL DIYOTED TO Till Dtr.4irl : R. B. Stewart, II. C. Fish, C. Proost; RIVER
f or.lifT or THI HDIAM a"lta LAaaI their side of the fight In a dignified Clerk, B B. BlrchfleL Precinct No. INDIAN STATE BANK

I l l I woara.aDStsc.raesAVesrrtofi.. OF TOWN OFFICIALS manner, avoiding personalities as 14Merritt; Inspector, Chas. Cleveland,

4 'it far as possible ( ur record is be. T M. Sanders, P. J. Xevlns; Clerk, M. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida '
S. Sams. Precinct No. I Canaveral; )
us to verify this claim in the J
Inspector, X. N. Penny, E. Burn, II. : I Authorized
: ,................... WALT B. OBABAM.At shape of the ADVOCATE flies, and Wilson; Clerk, S. begrass Schuyler. capital, $1 i rjo,ov
(' >cUt-Editor* Manager, CHAS H.WALTUai It teems to be the general opinion we expect to continue the same Precinct Xo. Irt, Haulover; Inspector, J.W. Paid up capital, $25,00
in Titusville that the town having W. Watton II. Futch Clerk :
:1 policy to the end. We predict, Griffin, ; Average deposits
: shrunk considerable, and fin. however, that the anti-road Chan. H. Nauman. Precinct Xo. 17, $30oooi[
i i. Office: Washington Avenue, Tltusvllle slices being much depressed, the or at least some of them who have Ankonn;\ Inspector, W. II. Robinson L.
S. Eldridge, A. E. Saegcr; Clerk, J. Wa!-
i Indian River, Florida. salaries of the town official should been moot bitter in the discussion, ler. Precinct Xo. 18, !Spruce Bluff; Inspector _. Transacts a General BaokiiiI

be reduced materially. We suggest having failed to provoke those! who J. E. Fultz, S. U. Davidson, C. t

\ PUBLISHED EVERY FKIDAT.gnt to the town council, that if an favor the road project who adopteda D. Hlakpulee; Clerk, J. H. Winter. I a. Business,
The following names were stricken
ordinance the salaries is H
reducing like course. are about to split up, from the registration books: I !
Largest and !
to be passed, action should betaken and hare fight among themselves. Precinct Xo. 1, LaGrange W K An- T M Oldest Bank on tie RII'

>*rrlptloi. before the coming municipal There are scores and scores of good diews, J. F. Coachman. Titusville, Xo. p
t w Twelve months. fIJM 2. John Anderson Adams Lewis WKLITORHJAS ;
election. It is only fair that the men who the road Harry _'
-' ; t BJt 100 oppose project, Hiker, May Bell W. C. C. Brannlng, J. a .r tTrHAHi>,w n n\ii\i i 11/'?.
;'. Tb..e.. M candidates entering the race should i. but they do not go so far as to approve F. Brown, J. II. Boatwrlght, C II. Bradley of DIKKEE the: National; Hank ,f .uk> ,'' ,; I'I
: ,
: (Mie ; \lil
I'rennientati ,, ;
I ;, single copy.Strictly. .a know what salary they may expect the course of any of their T. W. Christopher, A. V. Cohen, A ,, ., X-s- Tacksonvllle), W 8 HR.',II ,\t n nl,1 i i i' '
1 A ,, t r In advance. during the ensuing year. It would friends who may bear false witness II. Crawford, II. Campbell R. Cothron, HHOWHflealioardNatloniil. r

; The Lila,. rates Indmle the payment fir po..a. not be fair, after a man has made against their neighbors.Such W. C. Day, A. J. Doyle. C. E. Dikin. _1. eonnp.eoalrl.' ,: ,
.John G. B, C. Hale, Bank i s, \
ace l> anbarrlptlona| can commence any the race and won, to have his salary Hemmingway, :\atlonalllankofJackiuiitHiEAST ? '\ '
time 3t1'g the )re r.: a course is sufficient to C. L. Hobbs, ..J.I.. Her, hneld, M. Horn r ... .
t' cf cut down.If nauseate many people who are on 0. II. Johnston, A. Lindsey, J. F. Lewis ] 1-f J.T 'rIr.r..J.: : F I.A.
1' Iil.oontlniiAnre. of ..lvt... must lie made personally there is any cutting to be the other side of the fence, and W. H. Myeis, David Martin John Myers,
at thin office or by writing done, it should be made in advance they will seek better To I W. McKenzie, W. McCarty, J. P. McCall( -
company. ,J. Van, A..1. Palmer, (I. H. Perry, W.D .
of the election. This is an important COAST LINE
all such warm welcome is
MgM8gIL' Ur4t extended ] Palmer Edward Rodiell, R. Ranson, *
l matter, and should receiveearly !. J. T. Reed, J. W. Rlley, It. Rlcou, T.
THE FLORIDA 1'HESS ASSOCIATION: attention. Semmons, J. T. Sanders, ('. Saunders, n

a AFFILIATE WITH THE T. B Smilley, A, C. Simmls, J. A. Shaw, / Land Department
I' II'o COUNTY COMMISSION' Kits.: Sheaihouse, II. M. Swanson, J. E.
i Xatwnnt Editorial Auociatton. Thomas, F. S. Walker M.
C. Weaver T. B. alker. W. K. Wood. This Company offers FOR SALE LANDS Adapted r",
i: r: bKI'TEMBKIl 2, 18'iI).*).
Samuel: Welch W. J. Winn, J. E. Williams
I \ I Check,.to." may be made payable to "Graham The Daytona Gazette. ews pays The Board of County CommUnionem deul.; City Point, Xo. 3, J. R. ": ::1 Fruit Growing and Trucking

& Walton, publisher anllproprletnre. its respects to the West Palm met tiuixuant to adjoinnmcnt. I'lenentW. : Campbell %Y. Winthorpe, II L. West.

Beach Gazetteer as follows II. Sharpe, Chairman; F. T. Judge Rockledge, Xo. 4, W. M. Black, C. Bai- ALONG ITS LINE OF HOADS.
1 ...t A4dre all communication to the I'roprle- : J. Mendul, H. L). Hoke, J. Houston, rington, D. II. Booth, W. Bowman, Cupid -
.' tl I. A LMtAIIZED: : HUfllXKHft. A. A. Stewart, Clerk; J. E. Bowman, Bradley, W. W. Clements, T. Canyon, jy: -- Special terms to actual settleis. For further particular; address
7 Miciitr. \V J. Crosby, J. 11. Dixon, S. Davis
The West Palm Beach Gazetteer In doIng
1 : sharp, vigorous work against the On motion it is ordered that the tall Walter Duls: J. II. Fultz, J. II. Fil.hl'leks I"n"1 i

: I\DIAV RIVER ADVOCATE lawlessness! of that laoe. At the name for a special election as Issued at the l.int S G. (iivins, H. R. Giving Fred J., St. A. & I. 11. ivy: ST. AUOUSTINL: FLA.
I meeting of the Hoard, stand with the Crosby, A. iiillin, J. Gerry, Orange
time the Gazetteer for the Hake exception -
TlTCIVILLK, FLORIDA. of a few of for Harris, J. E. Howaid, E. A. J. ._ __ .u __ ___ .. .
dollar, heroine the door through calling good. "helll'oadilthe Hcirlng,
I : )) __-_ _' __ -- which !ome of the whiskey dens thrust entire length of the county shall I Hall J. Hunter, D. W Hart, S. Hardee.
1 their signs Into the view of the Uaretteer lead I good shell road the entire length James Wood, Apollls :Xickson, ( ha.. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
of the county. Johnston, R. A. Jones, J. Kelley, 11. T
readers. be
We ,
!i THE names of all the inspectors but we do may not believe cranky that on the subject It in ordered that a permit be granted 1.1' RoiixHelieu, J. Lawton, A. La very, F.
( t for the several precincts at the that takes a saloon "ad." has paper to J. 11. Conkling to catch a Manatee or E. L. Magruder, R. Morgan, P. H. Paddi- Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread.

'il, ''A 'I I coming election, are given in the right/ to cry against the crimes it helpsto any lea cow under Chapter 420H Laws of the son, F. Porter, R. F. Robinson, W. I'
1 ,t fi proceedings of the County Commissioners foster. State of Florida. Ramsey, A. Richardson: V. Ryan, (J. J.
1 ( j Permit granted; to the following perSons Sulivan, J. Semmons, W. Self, !S. Thomas
}i !' II in this issue. And( then Jumps on the Titus. to carry repeating rifles: C. M. Tehan, J. B. Tompkins,
t ,.' / I ville It. ir. Ifat.lvnrr \Vlnnluuof. Tfn 1'711.0.1Ca'lii 1..1V.hherT,. Weinlinro' K.V.. \V'lilt.
thusly : -- -
n papers ,;; 44. C. ]t Stewart; \Vluchester; J. Wood, H: Whaley l 'Chas. Williams,
BE and read the
sure off The town .
of Titusville has
I reports Rome bust.ling Xo. 81.44.2; Caliber 44. I R. W. K. Williams, Cto: Williams,
Messrs. Burchfiel and JlcCarty, on editors and lawyer who are longheaded On motion is ordered that the Sheriff L. Wootcn. Melbourne, o.i, J. Bailey -

;'11-- 1 the road project, which appear on know all well all wide-a-wake. They be Instructed to accept a sufficient A. S. Bottsford, M. K. Beasley, W.
the bent
our inside pages ; also! the reply to grounds; are for bond from T. E. Burns for three mouths : 1'. Cox, T. A. Chastian, J. W. Eggleston,
seed for
'I 1' of Mr. Uonald. owing starting head linesand for the balance of said li urn's fine. J. C. Horton, W. H. Lockwood, R. P.
They attorneys fees-the saloon They Resolved, that In view of the fact that Peebles, T. Patterson, J. S. Sunday,
i ::1 j r fi will enable you to vote intelligently have been signing the petition for II. the citizens of White City, FU.: and Daniel Wright. Meultt, No. 0, R. J.

: ; 1 at the coming election. ('enllinthe/ whiskey shops In that town.If other parties Interested in Bald settlement Andeison. Sebastian, Xo. 8, .\. C. Ford.
l any one should net the example for are about to construct a good road Eden, No. 10, J. B. Black, W. J. Djei, .... ,
law and ...
order It be : ,
ought; to the men from White City to the Florida East W. H. LeTournau, A. V. A. Winans. "-
1 ', Au, there, Fort Drum We hear the who law.weekly denounce all violations of Coast Ky., and build a good bridge or Gcorgtana, Xo. 13, O. A. Shephard. FOR SALE BY -

I you are going to vote for the shell other structure across the savannah On heating the petition of S. Fields, EDWAIw STILxrqa
I p't' road I Perhaps we are "dream Brother Gardner, of the Gazetteer between said points, which will coot J. R. Carter and others, for a road to run ,

, t ing" again, but the report comes to.tl has, within the past few laid company the aura of $::1000 to $5000; from the north end of the present county The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer.
and will road at A. A. south line
secure to develop a large amountof Stewards to the
.i .Ij) .li} ; us on authority equally as good as months, demonstrated his ability tenltory. south end of present county at Merrill's, oc cQ.&, Indian: : Rivor, FLORIDA,

'R : that from Cocoa, a few weeks ago. to take care of himself, either in a The Hoard of County Commissioners the Board appointed M. S. Same, J. La

.,,) I aJ The second Tuesday in October fight with the pen or any other hereby recognize and endorse aid improvements Roche and A. B. Carter to mark' view

::i: t" will decide the question.I style of weapon.As gist in said work and will such appropriate Hum as the to Road a- County and lay Commissioners out said road, and on the report first to 3k the>n- ASPHALT ROOF PAINTS

I l ,01'' for the AUVOCATF, it has received Fund of Brevard County will justify or day In October, ls r>. *

I our friends, the opponents of some very vicious raps from permit at such time as said fund will be The report of'F. R. Hunter, L. J. Byrd

y )" the shell road, are sincere in their various sources, from time tea time, available.In and J, Herndon, as viewers on the road
but it still the matter of the petition of R. L. fromort Drum to St. Sebastian, is rejected Ground in Pure
i I ;t belief that they will defeat the survives. Replying to Motlow and J. A. J. Wagoner to Dell on account of Its Impracticability.The Agents Wanted.

project by a large majority, why the insinuations of our brother at wines, beers and liquor in precinct Xo. report of J. A. Carlile, cattle Inspector Oil, Red Brown! and for Samples

1 i were they BO averse to an election I Daytona, we would simply say, we 2 particularly In the town of Titutiville, for District Xo. 1, for the monthof and highest Write

I : being called ? We should think do not profess to "fast twice a and it annearlmr' that the said. -U.' r.. Aucust.' was accepted by the Board.It Grade Prices,
"' or Motlow and J. A. J. Wagoner have a majority Is' ordered that a permit be-granted Black.
!Jff' ,' they would have been glad of the week" give "tithes of all we por-
of the registered votes In Precinct to W. W. Ballard to plant oysters on his Asphaltum Catalogue. Etc
opportunity to hear their rooster sess ; we are much "as other men Xo. 2 on their petition to Bell wines! riparian rights on the north 40 acres S.

I' crow. Perhaps they are not so are." We are aware of our many been and liquors as aforesaid and It appearing of half section 10( township 21, south of FOE
short that the said petitioner have range 31; east. PAINTINGTIN : :
J f ,1 f confident as they would make comings, but the good Lord
complied fully with the law, therefore It It l is ordered that Mrs. J. Lewis be
f believe.UEUEUBEK. was merciful in his reference to In ordered that a permit do Issue directed placed on the pauper list at the rate of IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Rail
publicans and sinners-(see the to E. W. Hall, tax collector of lirevard to() per month.It ,
parable of the Pharisee and Publican county to Unite a State and County LIcense U ordered that when the Board adjourns
'' j in considering the in full). to laid Motlow and Wagoner petitioners the same will meet again on the road Buildings, Freight Cars, Bridges, Fences and
I road question, that you will not The of for the fiscal year of 1805{ uuder :lard of this month at 1 p. m., to restore
good people lirevard
t have to pay any taxes to provide by Chapter 1), Section 8 Matute of any and all who shall have been wrongly Iron Work of Kind.
i :; for the interest or principal of the their votes at the ballot box, said Floiidx: stricken from the registration books, as every

; bonds until the spring of 1897. In that the saloon should stay, and In the nutter: of the petition of F. A. required by the Laws of the State of Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Ready
"xjsley and J. F. Renaker to sell wines Florida.It .
every year a majority of the ,
other words, if bonds are voted the istered voters of each precinct havean reg- beers and liquors Precinct Xo. 2 particul.uly la ordered that F. T. Budge be appointed Roofing, and all. kinds of
County Commissioners cannot levy : in the town. of Titusville, and Itappealing a committee of one to have. the
any tax to provide for the bonds opportunity to sit down on the that.. A. Lotdey and J. .... fence around the courthouse repaired, :E3oofin.g: : Supplies, FItOI\I t.
: until saloon. They have always seen fit Keu.ikerli.ive! a majority of the J'eglllttre.1 and also get thuMvindows In the courthouse
4 year not to do so in lirevard county.We voters in Precinct No. 2 in their fixed.The V The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,
f" taxes of 189H do not become delinquent petition to Bull wines, beers and liquors following bills were audited and
therefore have Manufacturers
plenty of com.pany of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils etc. .
.it until first Monday in as aforesaid and it appearing that said ordered paid:
''I \ April 1897. in what our Daytona brother petitioners have complied! fully with the J. Mendel, co. com $ 1040 3200 to aJOO wiiiiai.i! i>iiKAie., Richmond, Vas
considers an odious position, and law, therefore It is oideied! that a permit J. Houston 1700<
.n, j! j regret that he should judge us so do issue directed to E. W. Hall, tax col. R. D. Hoke, '' 30 00 -- -'--- .
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r Do NOT allow yourself to be misled harshly, and yet we are not broughtto lector of Uievard county to issue a Mate F. T. Budge, . . 12 OI l
; by misrepresentations. In case I and County License to Bald petitionersfor W. H. Sharpe, 1300A.
Brevard votes the bonds tears by his treatment. the fiscal year of IVKi! uuder Chapter A. Stewart, clerk of board. 25 00 Merchant'sMetal
I'1 I county 9, Section MM Revised Statutes of Florida. R. B. Burchfiel, advance on maps 100 00
!; 1 ',I and we are able to sell them, only In the matter of the petition of J. It. J. Mendel, copying minutes. 500
t'I home labor will be employed in POLITICAL EXCITEMENT Crabb, to sell wines, beers and liquors in A. A. Stewart, accountant 15 00 >t< "Spanish"TILES.

J t{J. constructing the road. The County precinct Xo 2, particularly In the townof F. T. Budge, for dogs. . 60 00
fl.I Commissioners are honorable AHEAD. Titusville, and appearing that said J. F. Chaffee A Co., med., for pr's. 3 05 4-
1). Crahh has nmai"ritvof(. the rpirltttMr. Duren A Feaster. merchandise 4 (to 4 .
I f' --r -
t men, and they have committed No one when the voters of Pieciuct No. J on his petition Electric Light Co., M 00 dltllHlf
r themselves on this point, and can ques- to sell wines beers and liquors as afore.said Graham A Walton for blanks .t .10 Me have three. "
i ... I be trusted to carry out their pro- tion of bonding for a shell road and it appearing\ that said petitioners A. Cleveland, registration officer 14 41 for Straight" Sur'tla'a'* '

I ... I gram me. See answer to Mr. Hon.i was agitated; about eight months has fully complied with the! law; H. Titus, pros'c. attorney :A:) 33 y V4|At: well 1a10.IOsl4.It AI a SMTi..l lHtr.l p..l-
i ald's ago, that it would create such intense therefore! it i I. ordered that a permit do E. B. Wager, advertising ji 00 TILE Inr ( "11".
.. questions. interest, and the end is Issue to E. W Hall, tax collector of liie- J. E. Bowman, feeding! co. pris. 0 30 Iollrtatoe.
.1 not
'I ., Yard county to 1 issue a State and county J. E. Bowman, sheriff 82 75 ,
\ yet-there is lots of fun ahead. Llceise to said J. D. Crabb Vance Co.
Ht1lUIBU in petitioner Printing print blk's 3 00
"I : considering the The political pot is already beginning for the Usual year of ISM, under! Chapter Graham A Walton, print s t 2 CO arc ,r The most orn"e1t.1Roof : > .
I't I, '':.. : bond question, that the people of to simmer, and one of the 9, Station MM, Revised Statutes of A. Cleveland stationery 2 (X) made .and hm
Brevard county do not assume the longest and most exciting local Florida.It S. Ellis, road work. 2 25 ouglily torm prooi
i,1 1 '2; burden of an issue of one hundred Is ordered that the following persons J. Houston, 15 4.} The"STAR"
'" campaigns ever known in lirevard be O. Paddison Ventilator.
''I and fifty thousand dollars of indebtedness appointed as Inspectors ami 510 'ALASKA1
county is gathering headway. It clerks at the election to be held in Octo M. Futch, pauper 000 Galvaulird Iron w'1- icoaran-
": that corporations and matters not how the election goes bet KS5 Precinct No. 1, LaGrange, In- Ch. Padgett, 1000 Copper or Br.- SSSt: I
non-residents must carry at least next month, the excitement will speciot\ II. A. Carlisle, T. J. Cockshutt, Win. Anderson, ...0 II 00 the beat "MERCHANTSAtMolutol
three-fourths of the burden ; our continue. K. Rorker; Clerk! F. A. Gibson. Precinct Eve Sp kmau, -, uo WIDUI, lnrah.e.) Oruallf luade by the '
ll : own people will only A good deal of bitter Xo. Titusville!, Inspector, R. C. S. Bean, 10 (M) Yard Sturmt'alm Oil ROOFING,
I 1 carry onefourth ness has developed between manyof Scrimgt-our, L. U. Geiger: U.o'. Duieu; Ch. Jacobson 10 (INI) lline**.
and they will certainly get the politicians of the county, Clerk II. T. Xurwo()
1- much more than that back from and the general election of 185)0! ( l'ltyI'oint, Inspector, J. U. Brown, J. 1) U Entails 4 00
t the distribution of the money, as a will be doubt Utter, (). E. Chester; Clerk. A. L. Mrs. Lewis, II ut & CO., 517 Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa
result of the building of the road. no used as a means Hatih. Precinct Vo 4, Rockltnlgu: and II. Titus, conviction fees Jo U _
: of settling many old scores. Cocoa; Inspector, R. II. Hoover, J, P. J. E. Bowman, fine and for. fund 42; SO -
The ADVOCATE "prefers not to be Seta R. C. May: Clerk, E. C. Juhnsou. J. Wilson, witness! n OQ ....:

SIUKEHPEABE says: "You alli drawn into" politics it is much Pretiuct Xo. 3, Eau (iallie.; Inspector.' I). A. A. Stewait. clerk co. court. 133.1; UMUho4 KM. -
'f know security is mortals chiefest more desirable I.. Bryan, E. U Vl 'ell\ J. T Such; I J. 1':. Bow man, feuding state prls.. 45 uo I JAS Y, BOFILL & CO.'
<"' to continue our Clrtk.. E:. lirainard. Piecinct No II, I In the matter of the county road from L.
enemy; and another sound maxim business on conservative lines, Melbourne!; InsiKitur.. T. U. llraiuh, L. Barton avenue to lands of J. Q. Stewart, BARBOT & CO. I Fruit and Produce

!! Js : "Never underestimate the Corking for the benefit of the county F Gibbs, J Henry! ; Clerk, J. T. How. It appearing that a number of the protesting ,

:' 0 strength of your opponent." We and leaving politics alone. W" Precinct No. 7, MaUbar.; Inspector EdArundfl : laud owners have consented to General Commission.t Commission Merchants
I t I hate in mind the C. H. lloltou, C. A Miiith; the the road and that others
i coming election. may, be "drawn into" the been
Clerk, F. W. Conutock. Precinct No s, have not fully heard from, It U or-
l tit It will not do for those who faiorthe campaign incidentally, as a result Sebastian: Inspector (i. U. Hall, H 11. dered that the Institution of condemnation : y P, O. Bus 1039. -" .
road project to sit down and of our active stand in the matterof Howard, F. Fonder, Clerk, S. KiU uing; proceeding be deferred until the g; b to .8 S u V N Kit'E RENTER HaueiMn UK I ; f. '
f .1 ...It.. let few Precinct No. U. Fort fierce, liwpwitor next meeting of this Board ts i 8. MCI Midth. ('..rd" ,v: C" fhl'I.' .
a people do all the work bonding ; if WII, .elf.pr88ern- !f Mm' Hank <>f > .. i
ti I'! that is necessary to insure success. lion is the first law of nature and A. C. Ditniar, L. L. Carlton, J. Paine; Approved this Sept Oth, 1MM\ 3 ca-: ; a y V wN Hmklutf i AU'u'1j.W.:: I". ; *' ktbtrrsa.Ft.tiainesfis.It.31.1IArtrr '"
Clerk, F. Everett. Precinct Xo 10, W lltjr, J C Smith A Co St I.-:': Mr d' ,
l Everybody; who is satisfied that the when we go into the fight, we will Eden; Inspector, H. RU-hards, Cbas. F. It I Is your own fault if your foot sour, la.n., triuiaud tTudui; Trail: '.. .
J shell road will promote the pros go in to win ; but ai we have statedrepeatedly Wolf, E. J. Shattuck; Clerk, J. U. Le heart thumps, and you are irritable, NEW ORLEANS, Onunurraial Aswocteo

perity of Urevard county, should we would much prefer Tourneau. Preoiuct No. 11, Furt Drum weak and nervous Scott's Car .Dijife" LA New, fees 19-331 I.ydr. sir''.
: but hit shoulder the Inspector, II. 1I"m., M. bwate. J. Mt>r tlve Compound is guaranteed, to relies Ceaat .
to wheel and that the road question should not Hank. L:'
i .' ;, gM; (Clerk Jot-1Swato. I'rft'kMt Xo. 19, you. See ad, In another cwJuma. HEFEItENCEIMelrepulilaa f B..h. New Orleans ', !.
ItDWIIOsrelal .'lre.Htlrs, l'r-i.Mrat vance*nude..D "n.t"II';
,l; 1 1I I







Awarded had, but that same night there and few I(1 f
were very of the tiers In the grove
World'* Fair. calls for vaseline cold-cream, witch- show any effect of the recent freezes.An SCOTT'S COCOA ICE WORKS
;IbUt Honori hazel-those legs had begun to bnrti.
The following morniug several bleak-" express office! 1 III badly/ needed At I '
K fasts were sent up to different nnims this place, and we understand the people CARBO.DIGESTIVE *

two or three !limped down to the dining are going to petition the express company Coooa F10rl.dn.:

1 room-none of them went II"hi njt. Onea -- to establish one her. I'I ,

iiEjCREAM good-natured one-said l. "The fish have The halt Industry has had a boom In COMPOUND.I NOW XN OP7I111TION.
my respects, but somemeelse ,
? must present this vicinity the Parks boys of Sebastian '
001OOc them for me." On the verandah a having built\ the boats for G G. Ni'7 Ii En.
pile of poles stood In necessary I
a coiner; the bait the business; H. U. Howard's tram Is I
drlf'ftUN; men leaned back In their reclining Positively the one Remedyfor Manufacturer ---
hauling\ "t for the Ke house,
deck-chalrll-Iegl uncrossed. The the Treatment of
hours went by and nn one mentioned soon Appearances be a IIhlpl'lnjlllt.lnt indicate that for Sebattiin Huh.W. will NERVOUS EXHAUSTION, TOE & DTST n L.1 M ID AVATKIlABSOLUTELY :
fishing Xow the party has gone home

i i iBi ( Tlieie was some good) spoil after 1\11,110.1 --- ------- !Simple Aggravated forms ofDYSPKPMV FREE. FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
DAKIN6PoDLR the visit was voted
an enjojable one K. 1.HltllIt'IIIU: :
lint the lesson will be remembcted.From AMI
Till,: "AmoOATIV ::"' Refrigerators, Ice ('bests. Kreexcis and Water (ooleis,
a letter from one who has lately PALPITATION TUB IIKAUT:

left here, we give the followingVe: !
t' --
never'' miss the water 'till the wll inns Ki: >k.N, FI.A., Sept, tl, 1Wki l Does youi' food sour after eating :' AID Lake Worth Ice Works,
dry. U is equally true that one docs Kililor Altonnlf
: yon easily confused and ,excited Do

. I MOST PERFECT MADE. -not-after thoroughly indulging appreciate for his surf-bath anda 1 really admiie your editorial!: under I yon get up in the morning tiled and, unrefieidied PALM 1 1UUC1I l F LA.
dally a year ,
1rt Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret I !, and with a bid: taste In the
rune Grip half-until he is denied the privilege.The the heading of "changes of base In
Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant the first I admlie the excessive mouth ?
week has
m past been hot and

oppressive display Is their a dull cloudy sensation: attended -

jp YEARS THE STANDARD and the balmy in the, fragrant metropolis sea of air the at state Coronado all gall the you charges) that when have you(wen assume brought that by disagircMblo:.' feelings In thehOIlln,1 c = .E S J3r.: ..., 71 : : cSs CO. ,

has against pet scheme have been abandoned eyes _
iK'en your
missed. One has
u IltUJoIC'I: !' IS -
Are irritable and lest less
for as "false alarms," and I can, In yon
longed a glimpse of the ocean's blue
r- Lotus. with its fringe/ of white at tlw shore; or, Imagination\ see your complacent smile to Dors jour for breath heart after thump climbing and cause flight) you Fl.n.o: Winos: and LigtZOis: ,

the green and blue of the water and sky, which would turn any barber green with of stairs gasp ?
tempting one to frolic in the W""t'8. envy, when you say "next. $07. :10" :All "'. hay HI.,
r.. iMtis school house 1 1e nearing Then there were times hen all was calm In reading: over tho charges you enumerate Does it distiess you to lie on the left

1\\ .'""", and the waves came in crooningly, lapping I I fail to see one that Is not will side! JACKSONVIL E, '. FLA.

\i[ haw (' lengthy visit to Palm the sand; yet somewhere on the founded, and which fines not gain additional 1- of Have vision you, pirmilon Impaired of m'IIH.rimnt'1I1I mind and gloomy live and HiinrlNinvhlsklen from fl l lt ;..
.t.tl ji. bas returned. great surface was an ominous sign of strength us the iniquitous plan; <> *:IJViH r itAllniiIllunities .
deceiving r"l'eIMKUnjM : from *l.71V to >:
. stoim. \'hatvague, vivid 11I1robelllnto. You are neither fJ.jlll..r| KUllmiSIT
iutpressions -
i is beginning! In good shape: else this bold! These symptoms mean that von al'O1I1I1T'I'lnjl Ve stake sKHHl ltvof V'rtliC
!,'iiit>nlng/ come to one by the of yourself nor any one by :: | inhim
sea: things
:: '
and skeets. from Dvxpcpsla' and NervousKxhaustion Mount l Itew ( nrn VV Idskpy. thirty
nn it rain no happened III the past. Strange stories front that you are putting on. You have: years ..1.1. ':.J\II.'r 111011.....

Mi, M E Provost returned from are told by the dash of the billows, and exhausted your store of argument and" Thero is no other remedy extant tint; dugs -111"1.| 2.10'1", ::11(111.) it'-t. ,11,.ndais PURE
are now coming out with "jingoism, \ ,
this week. strange in the serenade of the
irolma songs
irrt ( hall done so much for this class) of tumbles .
waves pure and simple Who told you that K( iimtij: ; Iron( have their sailboat haul- people were satisfied\ that there was aMScott's f I.Mllnrtp\ .
her 1fl'e h coat What a glorious place is the beach for ) .hung In Dry Towns will duwrit .
et and are giving nothing In the charge that It was a Carbo ,
Digestive toiinliT from us s* we rune
paint children! What magnificent playground scheme of certain money lenders to makea U'ml\ll..r\ trot. m all nrilersSIT \ WHISKEY;
1 What Perfect enjoyment Is comniisNlou from the sale of the bonds ""' .
Always sand tiiiui) with inlcm
has his boat the .,
i \ (halker on
_) .
\Ii theirs! Compound .
How healthy and robust they \\hotoldyou that they were satisfied \Vewlll\ not IIN 'js and, will give her a thorough over- grow In the pure, strong air of the sea- that; the owners of shell:: mounds were millalilu,11<..kmim llli> rrlen.>niv l t. i IvciiSo
I tie breezes'! If case has resisted tit tisuilmethod ) ltsnisC'1' 0.Ii I toliry T.iwiw
..A.i are quite a number not anxious to sell their holdings to tho youi
Mi 1 D. Provost Is having! his front them here yet. Every morning they county at high", price t Who told youth *" of treatment woaiepaitlciilailyanxious )
,1M: 'up in good shape hich adds come down in their little cool, loose .\t they are satisfied that the lawyers to have you !give Compound
"atlv to I its appearance. rigs and sun-hats, full of childish! excite and newspapers are not agititing the a trial.Veguaianterirllefincvrry.
ment and hurry to get down by the subject for the gains that result from \ cane and HIGH GRADE
\i| K I C. Provost, who spent Home water. It is a pleasure to watch them- such schemes 1 suppose on the same will cheerfully icfund your money should
I' 'm Atlanta; returned home some little patches of color on the white of kind of authority you assume that thereis our irmrdy fail to produce' tho most ,

r> Igo.: looking much benefited by his the stretching sands.! What a revel they no truth in the lepoit that the people gratifying suits.

P have-building forts and tunnels, scoop- of Jensen or some of them want the Please remember tint: the apprllition\ \ : MANUFACTURED BY

I Mi M M Kamsay of this place, ing holes in the wet sand for the tide to road built along the liver front to protect Patent Medicine dues not apply toM

Klin to correct a report maJo by a till up; picking up the pretty shells, same from gales, at the expense of 'OTTS f',\UP.<>-DKJKSTIVKI: -
('noI I nlon: correspondent in that pa- only to "throw them one by one away," the county; anti in regird: to this, yoncomplacently 'OMPOUN'D. Chapman: & SudlovjSouth

l riii week, saying that "a Mr. )tame as the old song hath it; lacing along the ti charge, we haveno It Is a prescription put up\ by a leading ,
viw a wild, hairy man near Lotus" changing line of the water's edge, and doubt I : Is without i : foundation." You physician who Ins undo stomach anti I Jacksonville Florida.

,,1'18 utterly false and he wishes to laughing when a larger wave catches have piodneed no evidence to disprovea nervous troubles a specially for years
Lit the Times-Union has nothing else them; tumbling over one another in the single:; charge that has been brought We 'nl\l't iuvestlgition and I earnestly

I ilt, but make stories and pubjish them, shallow pools, and splashing In the against the scheme; yet with one masterstroke urge physicians; to w rite us for the For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
[h, will call around we will I in ploy him sparkle of the foamy fiinge. To hear you would wipe out all these formula of :Sfott's Caibo-Digestivo C'om- ,
Kit Times-Union correspondent) to go them "laugh and shout in their glee" charges and say "next." It Is reallytoo pound, which we will mail ou application -
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\\ar<\ hunting or frog catching, as I makes one young again. These days bad that, In regard to that little that hey may satisfy themselves of ,
i uk he would be good for that. will last for them-bright pictures to be matter of the incorporated towns drawing Its harmless character and 1 excellent -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-

hung! in memory's gallery-lighting up on this proposed bond money, "we virtues. Dealeis in all) kinds of Raw Material: such us .Sulp. Potash Kalnlt, ('oU,.,
dark; cornets In days to come and lifting have not looked the matter up carefully SCOTT'S C.\ : -DIGKSTIVK[ I : Seed, Men), Nitrate of bod.i etc., ..t...
For Sale, them up In some subtle way Into renew- but do not hesitate to showyour
; you
COMPOUNDIs Hone ground and steamed, In the factory In three dilToirnt gtists.Zff .
ed thanksgiving, faith and hope
cheek by stating In same collection,
tho lemaikablo thatscience bend 1 for and
most remedy Pamphlets\ Prices.
"but wo think we have said enough, In
All kinds of and lemon trees
orange has piodiiced. It has succeededwhere
\ ,all, prepaid. Huds, K>00 per 1,1100( ; heart action and palpitation quickly reasonable people throughout tho county Sold hy druggists everywhere fl.OO
A \ sits it ..7.00 per 1. Free from scale reheecd by Scott's Cai Digestive Com who can think the matter out for them bottle Sent! to address In
pound. :See ad. in another column. selves." Why do these things"in per any
you say !
l of I ill ncHts money order or reg- Ameiica on vf MUCK LANDS
erect litter Sd.tr : an otf-hand way ? It is either Don't forget receipt that we piicu.cheeifully refund *;
C. true or it Is not true, and a man may
TAYLOR, results satisfartoiy.
i if ate not -
your money ,
Eau Gallie.
reason until he Is grey, but unless he has
Kedlands Order direct If dors
',r the lady before him and I is capable of your druggist
San Dernardo Co.
) not have It.Addrells .
1I' drawing distinctions that you pretend
California. Mr. E. G. Vlvell left last Monday, on a not to be able to do in the matter he all\ orders to Ill two and half

trip to Louisville Ky. would be no wiser than if he had not CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO. : a acre tracts,

Coronado Beach. Kev. A. W. White will hold Methodist tried to "think the matter out for (them

services at the Baptist church next Sun selves." You are simply begging the Topeka, Kas.of Fronting on Canal.
s question. We ask for plain facts and Q lit lit ..
day.The you try to feed us on quibbles "jingo
Wli! Allen and Sam Jordan of De family of Mr. Murray Lourcay arrived "
the that
ism, and all arts are the weapons the who signed the address Apply to
mti are here again with their large last Saturday from New Smyrna of those who have no longer gentlemen ,
read it over hastily and did not Intend t"
fl and lines-so is and have taken their residence
full-length there up permanent -
foundation! upon which to stand. You make themselves to such ALBERT W. ROBERT
parties an
Ir. to be trouble among the fish. at the Mathes cottage. have been probed and purged until you InsinuationTITUHVIMX.

flu bans have commenced biting again Miss Gertrude Fee and the Misses have reached the point where you can -- -- - West Palm Bpach, Fla.

tin time in true September fashion Miller, of Melbourne, were pleasant visitors do nothing but pretend, as In your wonderful Min O1uUU.
I. 'ire,, basses, within 20 minutes, aggre- to town last Saturday They witnessed editorial that all chargeR are
,tmg ttlbn, is a pretty fair showing the boat race, and returned on acknowledged by the opponents as "airy ICAL SUMMARY IXKAUCJUST '
lat is i Mr A. G. Ferrior's record. A the afternoon tiain. nothings." Truly a man Is driven! to 1S :;. STEVENS BROS. & CO. c-- f :
tin> 'it three brought In a dozen beau- Bore straits when he reaches this point
"s all.. result of the morning's cast. Mr. II. B. Carter, of Clarenden, Ark., for I can well remember that eveu In a ,
was In town this week, stopping at the lioys' debating club, whenever an opponent The mean temperature for August ,
Utters received from the genial Capt. Granada. Mr. Carter's friends tender took refuge in that kind of argument waI81.20. which is about half a degree
mares, of our lighthouse, report form their condolences on his late bereavement we always considered that we "had him higher than the average for the past -=-- -*- -S, STEVENS POTTERY, GAMANVFACTUIIEUS '

1 an enjoyable vacation up In the old his wife having died since his last foul." Why Is It that the survey that nine years. .

if grass state We hope soon to note visit here.Messrs. urged for the purpose of establishhog Highest temperature il.I: on the 1st; I

-in.. that familiar looming up along the John R. MIot and John La- the county road was a fake ? Wherewas lowest 70 on the 7th. Highest and lowest OF --
rtb sands of the captain's graceful the road established ? There tecorded till In is'il!! and I
pieviously ,
Roach iu town last
rn mil bicycle. were week takingthe Well Curbing and Flue Lining Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile Stone Ware air
census. Quite a number who claim nothing any more definite as to its location 07 in 18M'JThe ,

Manager Frank Sharp, of the Geneva a residence heio are still away anlwel'e now through here than if no survey mean temperature was K2 and Shapes and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile Prepared Fire Clay and i
and there will above 17 and the maximum
'te' lacksonvllle and Coronado hotel, not enumerated. Were the census taken had been made be in same on days,
:,maJo: returned to the beach Mon- next January we might make a better proportion a shell road If you can get temperature was !M and above on 7 days. Sand Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops Tops and Border Tile..
>J tot a short stay. He 1 ls much showing. $0,000 to squander In the same way. Mean temperature for this month for U
leased with the Geneva and very to Do not feel too bad to publish these years, $0.0.Total -ilSSave your money by buying close at Home, and from clever
mmand a good share of public expect patron- Editor E. D. Oidin, of the Melbourne facts. Try and publish some of the real rainfall was 4.(XI Inches, whichIs I men- __ 1
>.* tht- coming Times, was in town last Monday, calling facts In the case, and not spend all your about half an Inch above the average,
season on old friends. lIe expects to leave for time in trying to equivocate and bluster. and about one and one qurrtor Inches THE
M' ':has. II. Walton one of the proctors Atlanta on the 10th and his friends hopeto W. H. HAKUEE. loss than the amount recorded for the stHwj; DgNMaChine -
You Should -
of the well known pink paper ofe have him return improved in health same month last Buy a : -_- --

last Coast-the ADVOCATE-stepped ready for a busy and prosperous winter. There were 10 Maya with rainfall ranging It ItIt

11 y.
1' tes Monday, to speak to a few of to deliver the election !boxes and trans something: at leant about the Aimx'ATE five hundredths of an Inch on the Oth.
man) friends In this section. lien act other business connected with the which one of our opponents of the road The greater f part of the: rain fell! duringthe It has I'erfect andI'crlllallent
Burning from an enjoyable visit project can admire. first half of the I month. Krom the AlifOMent.Durability .
called for Oct. !
special election next.
11 'nud I at Ormond.X)1 the There are none so blind as those who 10th to the aid the total rainfall was
He expressed himself as surpiUed( will not see Men like the lIon. W. H. less than inch. Strength,
) II the hotel universal sentiment Iu favor of the shell one
coming right out
: Sharpe, John II Sams, J. K Wootrn, Greatest and least rainfall for this Kase: of
ipert with the shot-gun. Last road In this locality.Mr. s
lr\ Holmes and other who
I men mouth since station was: established, 8.33In
wad the guests were treated to a J. L. Harrison has purchased the are earnestly the bond project rainfall Convenience soil lleauty
"' "Inch 'wak-d opposing ItlW, and t.'U: : In I!41 rJ. Average! -
n i that black-birds.famous pot-pie With Interest of Mr. K. G. Vivell. In the casinobuilding have told us they were satisfied that for this month for U years, 3. mil! ami-twenty and is now the sole owner. lIe there was nothing In the charge that the average number of rainy days for same
"" 'iii', sand-p11.ers| the pie was filled, will use his best endeavors to further bond project was a m heme of the moneylenders peilod, r. The departure from the In .no other Typewriter.
u.ghty of them at that. Yet
entertainments of a social character to to make a commission from the normal rainfall since January tat showsa
1 tt k...very little of it left when all our people the coming winter'season, sale of the bonds; they have told us that deficiency IIf 1.41: Inches on the Mat
u thereof. and Invites the co-operation of all interested very few of the opponents of the road On the same date last year the deficiency ZJF: Send for Catalogue to

1 1- UIIIIIK vines and trees 111'811feat/ in the welfare and prosperity of project believed the charge. If we remember was 13.38 Inches.
lA. toL Sharp when at our town. correctly, even Chas Magruderdid There were 0 clear days and 22 partly
mulu: and remarkable success has us, as well, the honor to say at the cloudy days Average cloudiness on a (JvlKTBl Muutheru Agratt
'01.1 S u& efforts. lIe was not how- Capt. Geo. Houston's fast boat Defender August meeting of the Board during the scale of 0 to 10, 4.2. Total wind movement I YOST WRITING MACHINE. Dealers In office and TypewriterSuppllwfoi
,, was barred out of last Saturday'slace. discussion that he 'id believe the \
'i return' not
ueged to see one his So to that there Is just 0,84H miles, or an average velocityof all Machines arbon "par| Ribbons, letter Kilos, TyjwwrltA' paper, Inil -
prove A like I
; 1whlcb to all charge or any charge character, \I miles hour 'Prevailing direction -
was interesting much in the sailing as in the boat, per ,l>r!**lon IbMtks Write us foi ,.rlc".oll what you need
and he credit for the
witnessed I it. It occurred to the gave us advocating southeast or :fl per cent of the total ftKI.DLIi: & MOWER,
rue, Capt. George took one of Com. Ford'sboats bond from conscientious motives.As '
n the huge turtles project directions observed Highest velocity,
were and the with I No. II> Wall Street, Kimball louse Atlanta, RaTITUHVIM.I
:, 'ors; a few months ago, and when Evelyn won race to the shell mounds the report of 34 from the east on the 10th.
aa. uch a scramble for them by ten minutes to spare. Rosalie, sailed byJ. Mr McCarty covers that point. As to There were 11 thunder I storms duringthe

I.n j.uld, get any, to plant nine of third.. Carter There second were; Midget seven, Vandevoer!boats In the, the lawyers and newspapers agitating: mouth, and drnsu fog<>n the uioiutug : w1':.1Tlillt: HI':-
: "jum two feet below the surface the subject for gain, the law firm with I of the 20th.
.' *aud, in the enclosure in front of race, and it was almost dark when the which the editor of the Al>v 'IL., last boat turned the stake. connected would hardly hop to the
Last week nine turtles get Olourver. New
were The following Is a comparative stale- if Smyrna < Livery
: theft chance to escape from the (Job work cheaply, neatly and expeditlously I county patronage In case of litigation; --Y- -- -- meat of te/llI>iature and rainfall for the
it I Is than
fence'., "I.I built about them, to get executed at the ADVOIATK office, the Star more which probable is fighting our the opponent road: Are you troubled with Insomnia, bad week ending Wednesday, "Sept. 11, 'IIII :
ocean, there perhaps to Titusville Circulars, hand bills, note i dreams and restlttumiMM at night at $ I.- 18i6.'IAn .
; -
u 'i' would the of
I '. enjoy life in their own way for beads, letter heads, envelope, state- the project printing., ] got greater part time* lout of app.etito aud again Tnsatla- : MAX MIX MAX. MIX. -*# Stable *<.

," ...,.crtyears- to to come.have been The (a; Cornet menu, tags, etc., etc.) -- I t.l-I craving for food Scott's CarboDlgestlve 3 Hi 7\ $!i 71 ,
will make
r'ompoutw your a til 77 fl 78
"Ul oa them before letting! them Roseland. The Address to the I'eople I sleep sweet and! rifreolilng. Sw ad. In 7 M 71 t M 71 C. I.. DOHN, Proprietor.

another column. tt H7 7) Hi 74U
'lit last week the 'bus brought I -------- KM 74 M 78
: 'a the railway station party of W. are having ralo n aily every day.Mr. Of Drevard county which was published "Wo.ri.tocl. Mon: 10 tll 71 Ml 71
list week In at load two of the }
"eD or ao from one of the inland 11 M 74 .M its Hacks Meet All Trains.
.1.. They came all armed with rod I AlUxj Campbell spent Sunday in county papers says: "If there U an In every section at ouoo to sell staple
'Ii. bioOd-ti.h Melbourne.Mr. honest .,election if there are no illegal goods todealvis, DO p4dll.tQsxpsv'leasul; : Total rainfall for th. week: 447 I Indies.Drisarturer .
blood their
n. 'assengvrs and Iraarscred to
m eye.ruing votes east, we eao carry tM day." Ita uiMMic ssary; best aide )law. *T4. they were up bKilD4l6-aI I A. E. Bogus ba been In Melbourne week puts Lit )settee, all parts of the city, awl
: "Othuslastk all the signers\ of the aifdress to the pen.pie Salary anti l .xp oes or largeesmmisilen : Departure
rikherm a-and im.i several days jtlewIaq l Use grove' of fruni, fnurmsl rakifatl iducu Jan Utlae l. Call on ue beforearraiHiuM''Uts.
: i I.,w an for far that those who favor bondswo4kl made. Address, with 2 conk +sary Uf
: early start at thea-url- L U. Moore.A 2..1 |lueliee .
Mr. plus
'.Ton fellows had bettor cover be guilty of disbeoesMr at the stamp for soahxl paritmilars,CMtun Soap

I -iu. "Xo; no time BOW to wait" I l>t'naeat! iMpecttMl of Erelleiene. tasMrt bu to orsVir t.*carry tfcefr paint t, anti Manufacturing CtwBj.aBjr, C1.Mto' J. K. L.iM k rtK, NEW :SMVI5XA. FUWIU.INDIAN .

.If y go. Fairly! '94 lHk they phnlNe4 ....*A (*g cff P .f <"..... Vft believe D4t. Iwt -t, at least. creme nail, DM*. t'-fIlW. .-"



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present county road 2,000 feet to stonnty ALEX NEAR LRaruy
TIII si i nix KOAO.Ctmttntifit >'
road bridge across Ayers creek, thence /" NEAR & TAYLOR

S. 12 E. on top of a flat pine ridge along
from 3rdtnjt.. general direction of road (Successors to John McAIlute
present county /
side of railroad and 1,520 feet east of 2,342: feet to point where the present ts; i: / t't (1'J Artesian Well Contractor

southwest corner section 32: at south road crosses to west side of railroad and >! '

line of comml lIlonen' district No. 3.CO'M'OJlfF.B'1I passes over onto the west side of a large SIASi1)R UIXOUTH. ) EAU CALLIE FLA.

DUTRICT .110.4. scrub ridge where It continues to St. FOR

Lucie being about half a mile west of Where to go her the J., 8t. A. -
Begin on the township line 1,520: fee ,

east of northwest corner Sec. R, T. 27 S., I the railroad, therefore I select a new & I. It. snit"say. WINES and SPIRITS

It. 37 E., thence following the county route as follows: From the point where Round-trip tickets are sold 1 to New

road recently worked out as follow: the present road crosses the railroad, as Smyrna. Daytona Ormond, St. Augustine ,'( # nEE II S

South 21 E. 1,<{2.1 feet, thence S. CJ W. shown above, continue on the present and other places In close proximity C JXsz" ,

1,055 feet, thence S. 3U E. T0:* feet, cross road about 300 feet to a point 250 feet I to the beach. For rates see below. j CIGARS
I The following are a few of the well- ETC
Horse creek with a 40-foot bridge, west of railroad, thence S. 14 E. parallel known seaside resorts of the East Coast: OF THE ,

thence S. 70 E. 310 feet to a subdivisionline with railroad 0,000 feet where the road FINEST Ql'ALITT
ORMOND.-One of the finest beaches
and 100 feet of should come close to railroad and 60 TO
west northeast corner crosses on the East Coast. Bathing superb. I

southeast quarter of southwest quarter to west side of a long bay on high Hotel Coquina Seiser &; Vining, pro Losley & Konaker

said Sec 5, thence east 1,4.20 feet, ground, thence S. 0 E. 1,800 feet to 8. prietors. Street car meets all trains.

crossing, the railroad to the top of a line Sec. 10, T. 33 8., R. 40 E., about SIX Excellent drives.CouoNAnoWell. N Families Supplied.

ridge overlooking Indian Hirer, thence feet east of southwest corner and 300 worth.a visit-fine Our Lodging and Lunch

south 1,3.0 feet, thence S. :2U E. 2WiO feet west of railroad: thence southeastei beach. Coronado hotel. Hacks meet side Will Washington be Ready by Oct. Iwuin .*1
all trains and transfer passengers and ave., .1 i 1
feet to a point 135 feet west of quarter 'ly along the foot of scrub ridge, and baggage to the beach at reasonable rates. { 0 7 K. W. depot and ADVOCATE block 1

section post on east line section 8, thence about :300 feet west of railroad, curving Take J., St. A. &; I. It. It'y train to New
S. \fE.. :>(00 feet, thence S. 1.1: E. 473 slightly and out to suit contour of the Smyrna. --

feet to a point 125 feet east of railroad, foot of the ridge to the south line Sec. 8, DAvtoaA.-Very excellent beach for HODGES & GODFREI

thence S. :JClt! E. 2,0V) feet to south lino T. 34 8., It. 40 F.., at a point west of railroad riding, driving and bathlnz.: Elbonhenboarding ,

and 230 feet from horse and Seaside Inn, on the The "Advocate" Job & Offices. Manufacturers
section 0 at the north end of Highland center thereof, I Newspaper ot
beach (see advts. on 7th page! ). Hacks
avenue, Eau iallie, thence S. 2."J E. thence S. 21 j E., parallel with railroad meet all trains.SATURDAY .

down the center of said avenue 8,280: feet to the north line of Sec. 31: T. 34 S., R. --------- ---- I Yellow Pine Luratel
40 E. thence E. C. Notice. Administrator's Notice of final
to Oth street thence 8. Ml W. down Oth across Summerlln's ,

: ; to land along the of railroad TO MONDAY RATES TOTE Settlement.VTOTKK not"oll
Direct 1,135 feet quarter section coi Mr right-of-way | haInj:,'lalms against the estateof d DllFaaE0.

on south line section in, thence along at St. Lode station, thence south on a [ SEASHORE. JohnlireellI0 l late of retanl; : county them:deceased,, ilulyaiithdititateil. Orange Box Heads,
are hereby required
county road n* viewed out between E.iuOallie public load now open) and In use for Commencing Saturday, June 22nd, and to the nniereltnedreereltned' within the Is hereby !given that on March nd, Fruit & 1'egelehte Ceo,
r\ lm I .balllllll'-e Oust I returns and '
and ;Melbourne many years across the land of Thomas continuing every Saturday: until September .rtmrrilred bv law or this nntlrc will he Ironer .\fudge .
as follows: South deadeil In bar of the r sail all Irersius his Minor II (ones, County Lumber delivered at an) .part i< Inniai Kn\
and James Paine. 30th, round-trip tickets to Or. Indebted mid. tiotlneil loinukelui-. of llretanl roiintv, for a clltcharice and wlndlnciijiof on through bill of lading, Any '". .1
lj0: ( ) feet to EAU i.illie river, thence h.M thence S. 21} E. parallel mond, D.iyton and New Smyrna \\\1Il"e\ ineiliate pa to)"nleut estate to are : theadmlnlKtratlonof, the estate of H. T.ulie IngbiillilingonthP East rnet M M;, t.,, I

W. G10 feet across Eau Gallic river on with and 250: feet west of railroad to Hold at rates shown below, limited to OlAlJI.rH: T. MRIIKkK: \ deceaHid.. write for prices. The l'Ia\\IIIII1.' iltuatn ?!
I AilmlnlHtrator) with the will annexed I. J. IJ'RER.11lIlI2jan3tII J., T. oV K. W. Ry, a wiles south IMatkj. I
a bridge already built, thence south south line of Sec 31, T. 34 S., It. 10 E., Monday following the date of sale for This, July 31>1111"11.'I.' aiin2-svi? i Adm'r Est H. T. Yohe. '

2OCX feet, thence S. 11 E. (;iK! feet to thence cast 000 feet to Indian River, return. SatsnulanightsI hitnnillco.,11L

south line section 21, 123:! feet west of thence southeasterly along the river TO Notice.In Sheriff Sale.
New sue
section post, thence S. 10 E. 0,880 feet bank 23 or 30 feet from high water markto FROM: : Drinonil Daytona. forCoroimilo )rna

through flat wood to the old 1 county the south line of See. 3, T. 35 S., It. TITISVII.LK .. Ella l '12S fl 'i"i Web Circuit Court, Brevard County : MiKR and by virtue of an execution Issued J. M. SANDERS

road leading Melbourne; thence follow 40 El:, thence south! through Union street, City 1'oint. I all liM IHCocoa Florida Coast Line Canal A: U nit of the Circuit court: for Orange county ,
... 1401 I5" 1 2r.Rockleige ortatloD : In favor of John I). Mitclennan and attains
said road S. :J H E. 800 feet and S. 17 E. Edgartown, to the present county road, | 1444 I3t 111ill : TraiiftK \'8. Company } In Chancery R. n. Harilev. I have levied upon t the following'' Dealer In -
Es: lathe 21.1 211/ de rilied I real of said R. ( llardee. situated
thence 215: I/ml "Itnm h, Jolianne Itanchanil estate -
1,253: feet to quarter section line, thence following the said county roa.1through :jlhourne 1Kl 2 44' !2 441 i :Urtiu lirlllin, hmirVl't lu llretard county, Florida and wi ll sell
e vit on said line 820 feet to New Haven Pine street, Fort Pierce to Orange $.a.llan 3 ,., 3m 3IMI the same to the, highest;: and best bidder for cash DRY. GOODS NOTION
1 I>AIT hat Ing l en ina.le liy the A!C ent
Fort rierce t f 5J6: & 21 ; : I In front of the court house door at Titusville,
avenue, Melbourne, thence east through avenue. Here the present road .;,1"I fO' BiK 1110. attormv nt the complainant, I In the during the legal hours of sale, upon the first I
Jensen .. fill/ Bin fin shove' milt that the defendant' lands llaiirhsnil Monday In Ottolier It Iteinv the seventh day of
New Haven. avenue 300 feet to Front runs westward, but I surveyed out a new I West J" .lter 170 770 77<1 Jolianne Itaurh are over the ace of 21 jean, the "month to-wIt. Mcglnning at a point... the AND
street thence outheasteily Front route, as follows: Eastward along Or W Ialni leach S 70 8 7. 8 TO that they: renide .wl bout the mate nf Florida' west hank of the Indian River two hundred and
along ..
toit I : In Co| nhaien, Henmark, and that OftyOre(220)lent(: ) south of a point where the Choice Groceries
street 1,40) feet to bridge across Cranerre.k ange avenue to lllver street, thence there Is no I'e"n In the State of Florida nervloenf line between lot one and four of section six (tl), ,
xulipiBiia. upon whom could hind said ilefenilants. townslnp, thlrt-one ((31), south of range thirty-
southward along River street .
273 feet long, thence follow present to south SUMMER RATES TO THE SEA nine (J": > east, produced eastwardly Intersectssaid
county road to southwest corner lot bee. boundary of Fort Pierce, thence south Nowtherel.reyp0' : lirrefiy llauchamljohanne Indian River, thence run south of west Hay Coin Mapes' Fertilizen )
SHORE. Itaurh, are 3a< h required to appear I to three hundred (3 2, T. 28 S R. 37 E., thence follow said ward along the river shore on top of the the ..m..f complaint' tiled In this cause upon. the foot street hereby ""fllf'aled by said Knima: Howard

county road south to south line Sec. 11, bluff and as close thereto as practicable, Round Trip tickets to Ormond, tirnt hill Monday In line In course November otherwiHe, A H )"the IIIto name answersaid will pulp and lie thoroiighlarei Henry' I H. Howard thence., her south husband lilt as'a, FINE PATENT FLOUR.

thence :X 27 E. 10.":0 feet along the about 20 feet from the edge of the bluff, Daytona and New Smyrna\ limited to l>e taken pro confenno, and t said cause proceed theme north ot pant three hundred (Juo) feet to
October :31st ISIKi; will Iw sold ex parteIt
daily until the west bank of Indian River' theme fifty feet Oooocv U'lorldajW
general direction of the present load to some places more, some places less, as September 30th, at following rates Is directed h week for that eight i this eonsecutiveseeks notice Iw publlahcslnnceeach In along the west bank of Indian: River to the point::

Turkey creek, thence S. 27 1C. 780 feet circumstances require, continue along TO the IM.IA-I KIR AI.VOUATP, pulillHheil I 1 In of beginning.the I alwve I description!Said sixty-foot U a street street.mentionedIn running

the bluff to the south line Trout tile, Kli.rlda tniw the went bank of lndau( Rreer In a southwesterly
across Turkey creek thence southcastily of Sec. 20. T. Sew Sin -
yrua 'If"e and ordered at the clerk's office at Tltun- H. GLEASON & CO.
between the land deeded
along the present county road to SO S., It. 41, being the south line of theIlel'lnan PROM: : Ornuinil Ittytona, forCoronvlo. II'cbTITI'"LLJI vllle, tins 24th day of Anoint,A 1) iwtt Emma fri and Henry H. Howard;, her hut-by ,
A. A. STEWART band., to hmina;( P. Hardee and the hind hereinbefore

lands thence : '2fiS *22ft *IM
east side of the west said
right-of-way to railroadat on section ATTORNEYS
ilescrilK-d said land liereiiwbove de
ITHclmr.l . :3 70 :X "" 1IAHariliwvilltf I Seal I Clerk of Court. ; -
II. 'c. /Maick's, thence southward line 400 feet, thence south on line ltt.1 :awl :2'oft/ I Circuit Court 1 I r ep-novt crllted Iwlng: a part of VI lot five, section 6, town
tauxtlna X It ::110'! tinity ship Jl south, range east.JAMES.
along said right-of-way through Malabar between Ransom and Agee to the present (' I'oint .. 3 4u 3 IN) 3/: ,; E. I10WMAX, TITLES TO SPANISH (iHAVTv [1

and on to about :300 feet south of north county road, thence S. 23 E. through (assw. ,. 3 1'<' 320 :2 noC.Miiln Notice of Attachment. Robhiii & Graham Sheriff.
| ".. . 370 341 2 ill AMINED AND PEKFEl TED
line Sec.
to west side of railroad and followingold looking both the liver and back country ''Inela. 440 3101 4 3 ABSTRACTS ) A\li) El
county road which skirts along between along the present county road to the lino 4 In Soil 3 , Mttllmurue .. COo 4 M S55Tlllman / l anl' Bartlett SURVEYS OBTAJVKI'] '
Hll ,
the ridge and flat woods to the between W. F. Richards and W. M. Mer- .... ... 4W 44. 3UIMalalwr &>do>/ ,, IncoriKirated.HaintilT Spencer' .
: . Oar 4IU 311nValk..rla. Circuit\ Court 7th Judicial Circuit of
Attathinent. .
southeast coiner said section 0, thence win. Here the present county road runs 4 !11/1/ 47n 3UK YS. }\ Florida, Brevard county, A. D. lltf.Ix ; Defective IIomcBteadand I'n mpiM|
southeasterly to the west side of the over very hilly ground so that much Grant. .. 806 4 tit, 4o5Mlrco leo. V Clement),defendant Entries Corrected and Perfected
61 41*/ 42oItoiiulaiiil CHANCERY; :
right-of-way of the railroad at northeast grading would have to be done to make a 54o All 44oRfliaotlan TO Oen V. dementi, defendant In above entitled Claims adjusted before the Depot |
SAn A 21 4MHmMlIvy suit and all other persons interested: Anthony Mlddleton ) ment at Washington.
corner of L. Itralnaid's orange grove good road, so I abandoned the present ftlfci AIA 4k I \ H. J IH11 for Divorce. solicited
: :: \ : : Middleton. ) Correspondence
Attachment i Maggie
thence !S. H K. :.1,500 feet along present road here and go N. (7( E. on said lino <;lHor5Ht. .
Lucle .. 11'41 6 4.1 5 To iiroiwrty attached to natUfy the de.mamfoof apiwarinx by the alttda\it of complainant
road: along the foot of scrub ridge to between Richards and Mcrwln lillO feet to KnrtriiTre. a s6 6 So A9" If:ibl.urd, Spencer, Bartlett A. Co., In- IT tiled/ in said, cause that the defendant I Maggie EAU CALLIE, FLA.
White City T to 6K5 S lo coriHirated, amounting, to Ninety-four dollarssoil Mlddleton, Is a non-resident I of the Stateof
(oat creek, th uce S. 44 E. 050; feet to the top of the bluff on the river bank, Ankona .. 7.25: 7 CM. 623: thirty-three cents. Florida, and .Is over the 1 age of 21 years, and

Ed. Cecil's, thence S. 21: E. ",::100 feet to thence southeasterly along the top of Eden: 7 An 72> 6 AiJennen. > Now' unleu you shall ra.gear| before the: Court that said defendant resides in the city of Savannah Pineapple, Orange and Lenioii]
.. .. 7h 7 3A 6 MARtuart In Mid suit and plead demur to the declare.thin state of l.eorgia and that there I* no |>er-
south line :bee. 111, T. :2'.l S., K. 38 E. 335; ; said bluff as described above, passing In . .. Ti*> TM ...> Sled herein at the ('Ierk'. onVe In Titni- Min In the State of Florida service of a suhixiena Land For Sale, Cheap.I .
Alicia S 101M TlHngilvn .. vole, Honda, Bald county and State on the upon whom would. bind said defendant it Is
feet east of southwest corner, thenceS. front of the residence of Thomas E. Richards 65> ,2o 7 An title fray In October, A 1) IKUS' hcinic the 7th therefore ordered that the defendant, Maggie "
2J: E. along the foot of scrub ridge and continuing along the river shoreto Hoi: Sound; Hflo sai 7 Bo day of laid mouth, a default will tw entered Middleton t>e required to appear and answer have for sale 80 acres of plump!
Went Jupiter ais, S M 7 ftl againt you In due counts and a will complainant's said bill of complaint on or l...- land on St. Lucie river, a few mile* br-
11,750; feet to routh line section :21, Jensen, thence continuing as beforeto W. Palm Iteach' 9 7A 9 (o II ill le made: to the Court for anal judgment: :: ::: and fore the 7th day of October, IH'jA" or the said bill
will be sold to the deht.Dated will Iw taken as confessed, and. leallowed low Eden, 40 of which being oortheD
your projKTty pay complainant
thence S. :2.E.!: 5,730 feet still old a point about 300 feet north of the i
along Conductors will sell tickets from this 25th day of June, A I> loft). proceed ex-),,,rte with hi. said cause.It quarter of northeast quarter 01 ecti:
road through Giant to southeast coiner residence of James Holmes, where I had no-agent stations. A A. STEWART. Iw published Is further each ordered week that for a copy four of consecutive this order 18, township 38, south of range 41 eta

section 28, being about 200( feet west of to leave the river route because of the Robbins & Graham Clerk. week In the |M>IAM Rings ADVOCATE:, a Ile.'I''r ....- the other 40 is the northeast! ljuarWof
JOSEPH RICHARDSON, Plaintiff. I Seal County I |'' | published In said county. southeast quarter of section
railroad, but comes to the railroad right. opposition of parties living Just south of
General Passenger Agent. jut'tlI i Court.: ) Witness the Hon.John h. Xroorae Judge of township 38, south of range 41) east
of-way at southeast corner section 28 said Holmes to having the road said well A.
: across court an as A. Stewart clerk thereof toi <)1:
The above land bought
and the seal of said court at the court house can
and passes In front of Nelson's house, their front, though I think it should Walton's Machine Notice\ at Titusvllle this 31st day of August A 1> 1SU5. I per acre. It Is suitable for plncap
thence southeasterly along between follow the river anyway, for by going 3.00, IHO.OO, and Rapid'I .OO each. In us*, A. A. STEWART. orange, lemon or lime growing.

scrub and flat woods to the north behind the house of Hibbort and Levett by many of the principal boat-builders In Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit of Howell Titus, Clerk Circuit Court Will IMJ sold In lots of 40 acre 'I'

line of Sec. 14, T. 30 S., K. 38 E., cuts up badly the tract belonging to in the North. :See pamphlets and testimonials Florida, Brevard county A. D. ItUft. eptu-oct4 ftol. for Compl't. [L 8.] cash. This land will soon be worth W 1

where cross railroad to east side and Seailes; therefore, at the request of Hib- e Willett W. 8nl'lI. per acre. ,T!
"S. Apply to C. II. Walton Aiivo
follow ilght-of-way to quarter section bert and Lcvott, I ran as follows: From Burt A. Cumlre and Onra} Kill t<>can'wl deed. Sheriffs Sale. office; or to Robbins A Graham 'fiut

line of Fleming grant thence S. 45 point on river bank about :300 feet northof William. C. Whitney has a ballroomin C.1Vslhace Caeudre,J.I Mcuiu wife e6 and ville "I'

E. 753 feet to corner of sections 23 James Holmes' residence S G W. toLevett' which the panels of pink Italian marble IT : **rIF..by the sworn hill of cootl4ahntClot : UNDER:\ and the
and 20 on said line thence vast on north lino, thence south across cost 5,000 each. Hurt A.In Casmire cause and that tors the C. Camuire defendanta hU, Robbins In a &cause irahaiu therein Comiwny depending is plaintiff wherein and the Florida Grown Tree S' |

section line 1,3V: feet to the Sebas Levett's land, thence S. 50 E. :30 feet Miss Virgin! Fair, the beautiful young wife are nou-reaulenteof the State of Florida James E. Bowman, a* administrator of the estate
and over the age of 21 yean, and that said defendants 0
tiara river, thence X. 8J K 710 feet to a swamp, thence S. 50 E. 1,620 feet Caifoinian schorched ten miles in f..5 Kurt A. Caxmire and fr'I C. C.auumreside levied of upon Lout the rio following tiece..d.l.described defendant assets; I have of

cross liver to Mooie's point, N. 85: across swamp to Mt. Elizabeth:! thence minutes at Xe\\lo.t. there in Kansan U mi person City,In State the State of lorida, soijthat aid the estate administrator of the said i to Louis be administered I'io lu the,band and well of FIRST-CLASS BUDDED t' -.

E. along said point 1,115 feet to south along the base of said. mount to service a sul>|>oena niwn'whom would bind sell the same In front of the court house door at
aid defendants. It Is therefore ordered that the
bluff, thence south along the east the line between Racey and (1. V. Honker Think of this. lioal'sarwaparillais defendants, Hurt A Caniulre....Cora C.('a mire sale Titusville, to the, Florida highest i I during and best the bidder legal for hour cash of, Orange Grapefruit, See-to

shore of the said river to the north thence cast 200 feet on said line trt the only true blood purifier prominently bit Wife, lie required 'to of appear complaint and, answer before tonunplaiuant'ssaidbill upon the first Monday In Octolwr being the ,

east line of the Fleming grant, top of river bluff, thence southeasterly In the public eye to-day. It cures disease the, 7th day of iictober complainant HUM or I biif will seventh half of the day northwest of the month quarter, to-wit of section The 2V west-, lu Grapefruit and Lemon TICK
when all others fall, beause it makes Iw taken a* confessed and allowed
thence southeast along the grant along the river shore on a road recently pure blood. to proceed es-part. with I his I laid cause eighty township a<.res 35,,south In Brevard of range county 40 ,e..t.Florida.containing -FOR SALE.-

line to half mile post on said cut out as a county road 0,000 feet to It published!. further' once ordered each that week a copy for four of this consecutive orderbe Boo Also shares the following wnonal of preprerty the Florida, town: All A Xo. 1 Florida grown. OulDJ y

back line of 1'aik's house, the south lIDo of Brevard county Hood's\ Tills\ cure jaundice, biliousness, weeks in the IVDIAH lu said KIVS.B: ADVOCATE Ii Immigration Company, the said capi Cosmopolitan not Injured by freeze.:! II let
published county. and
thence S. :20.! E. to southwest corner of Respectfully submitted, sick headache, constipation and liver newspaper Witness the Hon.John P Broome Judge I tal stock, and' being fully, worth paid. at par value |loo.00 pershare grown than trees; better be had trees outside )1, w

block 83, \Vauregan where I intersect R. B. BvRtiiriicL, 111*. said court as well u A. A Stewart, clerk ROBERT : money can
and seal PEXTLAND State. Call on or address,
of, the thereof, at the court house
old county road, coming down Waureganavenue County Surveyor, Brevard Co., Ha. I Titusvllle the 31st day of August A D 1W6. Of. septoct4 Ellsor.Master's GEO. H. BRIGHT

thence southeast along said Aug. Cth, 1803. A Timely Itciuliuler. A. A. BTKWART. Orlando F*
Howell Titus Clerk Circuit Sale.
avenue to S. line T. 30 S., K. 39 E.,
Sol for Compl't." [L. 8.) -
thence S. 23 E. 1,500 feet to south line STATE OF Ouio, CITY or TOLEDO, t I Each season forces upon our consideration sep4os'tt and by virtue of fore Sheriff Sale.

lot 1, Sec. 6, T. 31 S., R. 30 E., following Ll'CAS COUXTV. (J" Its own peculiar peril to health. UNDER n and sale .. gern..o;; circuit

a road formerly viewed for FRIIXK J. CnciiEV makes oath that The advent of faU finds many reduced court for lirevard county In a certain and by virtue of an '*sad' '',, M
otjt a county in cause therein depending wherein r
he Is the senior partner of the firm ofl' strength vigor, poorly preparedto HOCIETIKS, ETC. Conn Ick R. MOo of the County Court In r
road and continue on said route 805 feet continue the business of life. The I* complainant and David f. Gibson yard Florida unit therein f+
and Ellen: l"
A. :
J. CIIEMCT: Co., doing businessIn Gibson are defendant. I will sell : .+intia 5
passing about 200 feet east of Sebastian the stomach and bowels, the great highwayof highest and best "lr lug wherein Howell Titus pL levied OfVS Wwll
City of Toledo, County and State the err If l6 being' man I. defendant, I have
Free first In .
animal I liable I Monday ( a A 1M
station, thence 8. 18 K1t100 feet, S. 20 aforesaid and that said firm will\ pay the in bn.illl: especially todisorder 7th day of the month the following described the sell at publlt auction 10 FlorihMonday front,Of

W. 533 feet cross to point 100 feet west sum of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for has also suffered The in the nervous struggle.system to-wit real estate, situate: la lirevard county, Florida, house door In October In Titusville, 1596,'during the :V I?
: : Hogtn on the west bank
each and of the Indian Cash tN
case of Catarrh that Accepted Masons
of railroad, thence S. 204 E. parallel with not be cured every by the use of HVLL'SCATARBII can Typhoid fever and malaria In particularfind River about ten feet north of Gibson wharf and of sale,real to the. hlg.,est tows' :delli"f km ens elowing

the railroad through heavy scrub 11,850 CVBE. In the fall that combination of earth, at paliu a port U inches marked In"A"diameter on south marked side,H whence T, bean a section tblrt-t..o(32), and all of tot tort f').:'.:

feet, thence leave scrub and skirt along FBASK J. CIIESKY. air and water that mark this season as 0' paw north U 33 IULUV degree in weal diameter three link distant, and a (section::11), south thirty-three of rang forty-one(a). township(41) Nat -tall'
especially dangerous. The falling leaves marked H T, bear
the foot of scrub ridge between ridge Sworn to before me and subscribed In the decaying contribute their share of Indian TltulVlllll south 33 degree, east eleven link distant, log W 21-100 acne more or lesfcJAMESBPO\ ) I my presence this 6th day of December River Flay thence south 41 degree 21 hula west, along the ,, !
and rlatwood and from 300 to 500 feet A. D. 1880. contamination. Hood's Sarsaparilla Lodge, Xu. 00 northwest side of the southwest avenue t. Mig3frM: |>t2T Sheriff BrevW.'<" |
west of railroad 11,820:! feet where road furnishes a most valuable safeguard atthese called thirtV'veven ((47): chain and eighty-two
1 I I .\. W. LEAOX, Important points and should be (1(0) link to the northeast line of the Wrnlng. t
to cast of railroad thence f .KAL (rant; thence south 44 don't cost iron ;
crosses S. 20 } | Notary Public. degree 41 min east -The ADVOCATE
used! I in the fall before serious sickness Hold Its meeting, the second and fourth Friday along said line 1-
grant six
E. 1,440 feet to south line R. 31 being Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internallyand has laid you low. ..f earn month, at the Court hones, Titusvllle two and one-half (3iH: ) link(4)) chain to a point and thirty-seven cents per week, postage Includeu ;

south line dlstsict No. 4. acts directly on the blood and mucous J.. MCKDKL., at sale p. u. 8. H. Ray and otw-balf (7K) link northwest of A. C. taken by the year .
surfaces of the system. Send for Sec.! W. M. Hides northwest corner. them north 41 deg.
l'COMMISSIONER PHTIUCT KO. 5. 2Iml..t) thirty-seven chain and thirty-
testimonials, free. A new volume of verve by Frederick two link' to Indian River at k | Beginning on north line of See. 1, T. F. J. ClIEXEY: palm |o inches in diameter marked B T, bear
0 Toledo O.BySold Tennyson. Lord Tennyson's eldest brother KNIGHTS OF FYTHIA8.SemlDol I is deg. north twelve (Ill link distant, also '
3.: ;., R. 39 E., 200 feet east of railroadIn palm 14 luvhe a ,
by all Druggists, 73o. Is to be published this autumn. Lodge, No. M. hold Its meetings at I north tII ,* in diameter marked "X" bear
flat woods (old county road has been the Court house, the ant four Thursday wen.In Oft cast twvniy-four: link distant,

taken by railroad and no new one cut Harry Wright now chief of the National **of each wooth, at t o'clock p. m. (6)tbsnonorthwesterly)chain and forty ((4u along> fluke the to the river point shore of 'six- as s

out), theoee S. 90 E. 3,700 feet, thence S. Maurice Thompson, the essayist, has a league umpires, Is thinking about 8. D. GItIO." W. H. HAaate, and ginning five,(31 being, a part of lots three cJ> four (4i) BRASS
c.c. K. of R. 8.JXPIAX section wnty-llv, township thirty
17 I. along old county road 2,100 feet to pet rattlesnake writing a book of reminiscence of baseball (*), south of range thirty-eight (lag ea.t.. .......

Woodley, thence S. 17 E. parrallel with Pugilist Fitzsimmons ha* broken the RIVER OCARIX tsjBiug twcnty-cight* (H Moot)acre and*. .1&bt,- lIh11. oukundndth *- STEEL SweamtntM

and >*O feet east of railroad 10,160 feet record by forging 30 horseshoes In 27 John Jacob Astor has bestowed III,- tHUI si the IOrn, rr county J U, every D. U GAfLDEX,
Tuewiay ,, month, at t rclurk.. Robbins Graham. wxalu
to Gilford's tiding, thence easterly along minute 000,000 piece of Jewelry on his wife A. T. e'xurxwcwpt.i fur Oompl't. Special Master.Sols Mi4Voct4.

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0 3ro."kI11. did mopped: the.A the messenger CoareritorHe perspiration boy from and Mid his : n: I 11'\ IlKI'LY 01' T. TO(I. KOXALU.Tim 1.TTEIt The Tropical Trunk Line. i

"It' hard tel' fight drcumitanoei an The following letter appeared In a
/ t't'P Vewelf in line wit'"yer ambitions""What's Issue of the Florida Star: re'l Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

de matter asked his chum.I .

feel me grip slippin. I uaie ter have AlOrKt IKTTRR.: JOSEPH II. DUllKEE, llocoivur.

J ,Ua*' aim in life. I wn p'lntln TIIK I"IV"'ITAL MKMII':m OF TUB:

IIt IUC't'BIlike de needle p'int flu de llOUitMn HMT\' COMMIM101KH4.Dear = _

fur no matter how fur off it il. SoeT IiMf gSln Mrs-Know Imr of no other way l40rt t TI.... Tabl.ln Effect; AIr, 1 1. '\JI,0 row OI.TH'. n. .
-oi., -fin 16. o.2x: >11
But I'm woasave keni' Sence de fas'hotchedder rywftt get tin infirmitlon herein asked, =-I-: 31'I'I..i.\at.v. .? AlKSO\AI..K: :.. Ar niiml: er i -
hit me 1 can't make up my min I deem Important to all voters on I asap 91".1 "(liven ('"v.. ".'rlnIC. ..' tI'1' l 4Mpm5115 ,
'S I'd rather be de pre of de 'I. bonding itustoii| which I Is snllicUnt / 11(11' 1I1I"a, ,1'.I.lka . .. 40aant 4blll.m 2JapMit
.. lua 1111\1..1 ..lIl1nlllljll..n .. 3 aopm IIplnittva
', if is undid far the follow 11M"" "
dat drive deIce
States or de man any 1'reerntItrdnnctlon SMptn. ICi o
rnited "Washington Star. questions! : sow's' Ia22a1uo's' .Sevlll.: l .. .. :: 31n1l"\:\ 24)pni) : II u30pmato :::
wag"n. Will the bond. for the shell road be .. ... a 1l .I."n 1'tlnICa... .. ." m II IA sin
\ .. at % per cent, as sit forth In III 4) a t Ma'ltat''I'' 11t'.r..r.l.. .,. '.. 2Itain I4)jt 11111111" In

1 Int rmltt ni. rill fir an election ?, And If tiny 11111I. .. .IYataAri IlSihla .1..11.1 .. .' .I his.Ar.:: :: ::.: :: 21apnP Izopm:

.., IOII''" prose unsalealile at 5 ptr cent. 140. 1)Woo' Ar Sanford .. .Ly t/tlam: 1"I.nl'III.1n
vote for Increase of Inter .. ." 4111a 1:111': Orlsudo. . . Sit '" .... .
you an ... 4/1tll/ 3011 I' Kl..liio"ire. . .. 114"1" M 1m. .
? Also. If cannot tie tloattd
they Itarbw Lv Itii'am
HOTEL COY AI I'OlXClA piling: a commission would you : : : : .: Slita. II SnnpAl to,:: Ar. .Ihonta oonta. .. : ;2 atnpm Js :: ::1 : .
.. S10an. .. .. _
HAIL In favor of eommlsMon ,fould Sina ii '11I1' Ar Tam"a i.etI4tpod
'r i r piling a ." .". .M" CsopAr.: . 1'11. 11upm Ia.aml. ... .. ..
vote for selling the bonds be- a'.I1.1.5..l.v .I ... ..
you .. 4'11I' ,. ." TIT( : '
flat if they cannot be sold at Iar' )1..... Mu1Tnom ii .1' I' I,1>>' I'.tI tempos Ar 1 ::11'11' ''' I,"unNn, "'tm.T1I" .
OPEN DUK1NO TIlE \ rasi tin \Ixmds cannot I Ix. sold under .n" .,1 3 t", I' ... h., w'ct . ,I.vI III''iepm \\..I. an.1 1t,1.
tin Ut Mar W..nlllla' . fIlIIlmr\ I lsvans l.yU3I'In' \\I."nI....I.
plan as sit forth In by .:. --- __!. .. _
ltMi\: committtt on 1"nIIlIlJtollhl )ou 5lael ,,I INemmvileArII'S : e1 wLr3N/'N.InotOSAr,. I e1so' .vJNe.+mt'' Ar ,. .upIYIwpArlotrrpri.lv
In favor of Home other plan ? Any ; :: 5Ic'0' map It I'alntks Ar ::111,1 tta20phvOr.1'Itv.ie.Ar: asst21Np

.-- -- -- -- -- plau, will\ increase taxation 3MeArlalreni.::\Ar tstr,;n eLv iv: S 7its 4w I,, 21npile 12sp.tr!::::!,: Salt"nnuud Mitten Lv hr: S 22t':t': ii IJa:1Artake' l:ihdesLr.ttyn.r: 1 Seat Was

A* it \is important that wo vClh'I'1I thor- 41wpAr Tltu.ttllr. Lv$7tots II Y0Ip.1r loaytnns '.\ !ella0l" 1ripAresSeir"at.v: i.a
hl)' iindt'island this Imiiding matter i.--J"'k.lliArl f'1' 5taalvllek.nntiMArIBlvip: It i'aErlerkssN"irtr' : Imy
i PALMETTO IPISC I answer the above gnestlous| at 11'1 :sot I.yAnr..r" Ar It elerw 1.\ I .1.11" Arl 4 n1' t'I I'' '' l y Knot. nl .\t 4 44..
x 1'14'1.Iy Maur Arto)45* 114'MArilawthurn.l' .v 2Op" I ,I'I'r 1"1.\ aMat. .
xiliist) tononUncoour tiuly, : 'I'Ar lskiaml iv' amM 12Ci,,:Arlismr.lllel.v, I49' II'I'r' Mil...,. I.V\\ t4Mp "
(.rot 1'111) Ronald, I/otiiM, Aug. :JOlli. Ar 31aen' I.y lr Ifs 14."IAr; (O"A'' I.v r2C.'p a lip .\r 1'......" ea.
a Daytona ? II4': ArT"r ""rl" .I.v I'I M".H I.crberg. I." 11 t.... I Io4apAr EIdnratn: \ IY\I\ N'1: ?
Ij.Ollt' 1OnapAoSt.1eter.glv II4'1.:/ ..ArhnN.k.tIIMl.t' 'e4w It :sot' .Ar 1..I.ur Sors
if tin ( 'o tnly Commissioners 10- _

. -/ Rooms. without bond, us that: no answer to the above Ntlly t l Milt mrcpt niniilayTraliiK .

Hello old man I Going to the conn summer montln \pply toSpecial : 'ttt'r has: ts yet ptartd] and he fleshes 1.1.,1.11 carry nni.h I'nllii\ an Rower Hl '), cars I IN'I""II >t.. lurk and Tampa.Trains |' ,
Mu UAVII'cOY ] ,
\ 11I..I3'.I-1'II"'IIII.I''III11''n IliiiTet Ptrr|In : ear. l la'lween ('lm'ln..1I and lam f ...
?" AD\' K ,\TH, to make rt'lly.1I01her
\ttif, .O..IX. illilrLlrtrtv. ,
Yes, I'm off for half the summer ommissloner that of .
lIaY8 many tI"'II.r..II4".rlllh..I.. loiirral lnsaijiKtr.! \tll'nl.
"loarea lucky dog. l.t'ol'lo eliim tint the County com-
"Don't think it. I'm off every night
'* have never pledged them-
and back every morning.Brooklyn
to employ borne labor and that Jacksonville '

Ufa NOltL. :; I III a great( dell of doubt whether ,
ts Found the Miming Word.A Of""nrmnr't"THIf' : road will lie built by contract or by

hotel clerk told this story t Three .. : 1 ib", '. St. Augustine
men from the country came into the hotel ...400.. .: s .t In regard: to the letter of Mr Ronald,
'" :
and registered for lodging, and a -;pd.LfR .11' ; .: : cannot speak for all the C ounty & I Indian River
I few minutes later two of them went out (
\ 'ICSIWf"fi' 'l : ,," "! ''', but the three who ap
will here .'
to the town. "I stay 'lie.
,.. us asked u* to refer Mr. Kon
aid the third, "and look at things, Railway.
and be took a seat near the door. Features at Cuiontdo: to the resolution passed by the u

At 10 o'clock, a half hour later, the erate rates, nolid comfort. no | } of County Commissioner: at its Tliiif THl.lr In tttrct: July HIh. 150)0.
tlon, good fishing, good cooking
/ /
man who was left went up to the clerk. In August This resolution
"I want to remain," said he. for term flat the twnds ,shall bear inti r- All Rail Line to Lake Worth via St. Augustine Ormond and

"All right, sir," answered the clerk. not to exceed five per Cl'nt. not to be Rockledge. -
The man stood and looked at the clerk -
less thin par, and no commission to South Bound, North Bound.
and finally went back to his chair near
allowed for Killing the bonds. It
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the door. No Nn e. Yo.
S"B1 I II.y
tbeiefoie that the :1t. Iki) Is.r.I': 18. 2(4
still another hour and returned seem questions _.
sat - -- --
1 .'''1'10.11I,111.., Ii owl a 4042 I' I.v It 1'"lm 1toNrh" 45 \ :
to the desk. "If you please I'll remain Mr Ronald were unnecessary, If be Arl4t. A"II'.U''''' 11111\ a San I.. I .. I
." he said. HOTEL *_ id the resolution of the County Com I.Yllt 1I".till" III St'a l.vlllv..r..1 1 sB, an ..
Lv 11".11"11" ,.. .. I.Y 11..1.. JoIt'.und. 7Ii a InI.y .
'That's all right, sir," was there which was all follow : K.t I'.htt". . .. Le A Itr",,, ,, ., uie a n0 .

ponse.time."We" hope The you'll hesitated be with and us Jacksonville, The special finance committee ap ivr 1''slNtkaINtka:-- :::::::: : -1aa)- .:-.'. --- -'. I.v hvIru.ru.: Snurt.: ::::::: ::.I S P2.4 44 : In tn .. ..

tome man 1,1 kn. 5alamLv .. .
to draft for of -
a plan payment '
.:: t: :
went back to his chair. Araall.-- "> : : :: a N' a m 1111" :
Oonoi-ite POjo1tofI .. Issue of bonds submitted a* Sown alatmo_ '..:.., S 2N' a __ h1.v St I. I'Ien.'e' ." .. ., .1 .
It was away after midnight when he Arllrmllllll.... ... 11 55i' . .. I.y 01rt1Nmrne. . 1125: a n. I 1420p .. .
went up to the clerk for the third time. : I.y on,1 ... .. .. hvCanon ,.. .. .

"I think I'll remain, sir, he said. Under New >r the Honoiablo Hoard of County Com- I\: \'{ ;' : .!ionic. :: .Iaeo, .j,' : : : : :' : : : : In I.rllockleotge: K., itao11e.\ .. : :. .. .. II.3$.a III 1Ift'1 :::::::

"We have no objections," answered the missioneis : I.YI'.no'"IltI. 1'11\1I1' .. .. .. . I.Yt'....'... ..... .,.. .... 1 131' m & :It'I. .

man behind the desk. : Gen't\emcn-We\ : herewith beg to sub I.l.v:, Oak New 1101.Mervnu.: ::: 120 I M' :p: e m a :. : : hr he I: TI Pity:nuvils.P"Int: : : :: I..4'&j'I; DI e rcp : : ... .

The guest did not go back to his chair, Open all the Year. the following plan of payment of an 11tll.vlIl.. .. .. 22')10) 1130" I... lI..k 111I1. .. . .. .. .. .. .
after i I.y ('lIy 1'.ln' 3 'ml 1' ... .. I.' JIt..w 1411I)rna.. \ 411 nt tlaei' .
however, but stood still Shortly of 110,000 bond with Interest not Lv1.is.. .. .. 34071 it0)0)a) t.eP"rtIorange, .. .. .. .. .
ward another guest came up and askedthe Cool !lt and mont pleasantly :1 and bu sold LvIto'klydg. . J11 0 .. ... iv Ii.ytoua .. .. I' 'II ,
exceed tent not to
clerk his "and I'll retire"- hotel for the summer montlm per L. Eat: Cltollle. .. ... 34'.11' . 11311. .. .. ArClrmnllll... 4111' m .. .
tat' key onghly refitted and elegantly W"A less than lIOn and no commission to lie I.Y l4.r" Soap ... ... .. I... ("-", nnI. ... "
Retire! Retire! That's the word : LvM.llmune. ., 3Ottp: 12nOI' .. I.y IIrll.1 Jlllln.. .. .. ...I. ..
I've been trying to think of for three Elevator. All modern for Helling bond : I.v 14".111'1.1:1/ / ::, I' .. Art....' 1..Ik.. ... . I 3 II I' nt

boors. For heaven's sake let me retire," Special KAThb 1.y:-the 4U50: week to, and$150: to : Dy raising f-i.'OOO) ) t a year to pay Interest ArFort I.vKdrn.flares.:., :: ::. 5.it alep; p: ..43001. :.. ArSxn Lv5Nn3lai.o Matn, .::: :::: ..I:I.Tih-y-tni+,. ..CAIIk -- .

.. . .. .. .
balance to bond The
the who had desiredto apply upon -
interrupted man so Men. .. . 440 m
LrI.vStnarten.rn. .. .. II/I'J"/ ...
remain, arid he was at last happy- Only hotel that the electric is all follow: Value of plot ... All..,. ... . .. 7101 .' ... I.visMtka. .,,:: ;,' 3M'pmI I_I.I. I. .
Louisville Courier-JournaL to and from depot. for the first ten .2,000X> ..V 11..1. Sem 'i. 5m'' p . ITII"lln"s.. .,.. ... I .
yean, I.y W. .1"l'lttor" .. 1111111' . . Ar I'll. AOII".lIl1e., .. .., /em'' p w'I . .
CRAPO & (assessed value at prisent, *.',5(3)O( ) 'x/)) ; I.v ttlvlers.' .. .. a I'! I.e St. Aoi ottine. .. at/p/ m1 I'
B. Filled the BUI. Ar W 1'rlm: ltesrh Silt I p: .,. Ar.taeksnurtlle:: .: l..I0s 613 i:: m ... : : :
second ten you at an estimated val-
The Rev. Mr Bodell, who used to
preach Methodist doctrine in Calboun of property at flOO.NlOj: ) ; for the A. & W. Branch.

twelve year: at if lli this what is called
county state was ST. AUGUSTINE, MlIITTU J'otrstJ. XOHTII J4I1eSI.,
assessment of 4 nulls, and leave
jack of all trades. While he was an
living at Newton it is related of him balance of fIO: O.74 at the end of the 'STATIONS.n Yof No. Yo STATIONS, No :2' N I No

that young runaway couple seeking to COLUMBIA ; : year. and with an assessment of 11 I.y New Pmyni*I t1ki I .. ... IIityJnnn I Ii'-I I'i. I
lake tl.INn S iii One (a 'ity II Ma, .
get! married came to the ferry at that for the Bird: year would pay out a* i. om i e ('Ity a37a .. : lake lisle, :li tvs : : ... .I.I :..
place and called for the ferryman, when lll\l1ylnlC table will show Kespoet- Ar 1I.'ltyJ". zi4's ..... Ar 'o..wl4.nyna' 11111. .. I
Bedell responded to their call and put Centrally Located on St.
submitted All train' ilallr betweenJs'ksrmtilleand Bt, Anirnstlnemini I .
them across the river. While doing so Street. /.!, :2A, JlandTS. ninth of Ht Aiiirnstlnr, ilallyrxoii:: .t Mnmlajr
the young man inquired for a black. It. I). HOKK, CbalrminJ Train 200 1II"Y.ryIonllil') w eiluri.lay and Friday, Train 'jiitl\ every luisilny! Tt, irtilay and
Overlooking Old Fort Marion
MKMHIK. : .. Saturday
math as he wanted some repairs made and a full view of the Till Time.Table. Minwa the than at hlrh train may l* expected toarrlte ami IIIart from
on his buggy Bedell replied : rolling breakers from the 1 T. 1I"I.U& the sm er tl .I.UOII., but their arrival or departure at the 1111..-. .stated. n..I ku.rantrril'. noti\tvf
:: am a blacskmith and will repair If the bonds for shell loul are voted the Corp'my.hold. itself. res).nnnltile' fur any delay' "r any ci ns..iiienrrt arlslnic, II,..rrf,.rm.
shall be divided between the is-irodd.ut. .
it"The money Urn I I HiuMnctir AK.II|. I
young man next inquired for a W M TEAHEN .' districts according to
hotel to stop at. Bedell replied t estimate of the surveyor and ndlungo -

"Come with me; I keep the hotel work shall be done by homo labor
and will entertain you.II Cas, Electric Dells and pet
the direction of the County Coin r
The next inquiry was for the clerk of of :Sanitary: !Sewerage.
The will bo selected
the court of ordinary in order to procure
damage license. Bedell answered: OPEN ALL Tilt YEAR follows: One from the north end, one Send the "Advocate" some of your Job

"I am the clerk and can Jssne you a the center and one from the south

license. of the

He finally inquired for a minister to SEASIDE x Tbe law county requires that the County Printing orders and you will be satisfied.

Perfofrn the marriage ceremony The .. *, before Issuing a call for ,

man of many occupations was again At Sea Breeze, election for bond, shall provide by
equal to the and informedthe
emergency a* to the amount of the Issue
would be bridegroom : The house ball been enlarged"
"I am the minister and will performthe original size and Improved bond, amount of Interest, eta, etc
Commissioner have no
A new building
ceremony for you.Atlanta Con-
.ttitntion. nished. Rest of turf bathing, to deviate from the condition -

ing and a beautiful, wide, In their resolution, wLlch I II

A FUnd Inntrnat. for driving and bicycling. above If they were tteiUl to vary FLORIDA #! BOAT WORKS
1 its iq< point,
Villain, do your worst I" Kat. : .1,1111, **.OO and SILOS |. bl conduct 1oiJ Invalidate: the

Bound as be was, no help near, yet H. F. STEWART *. If the bond will not Mill on the
the brave old capitalist never faltered. as stated In the resolution of the Melbourne, Indian River, Florida.
"Torture me if you will" he said, Furnished cottage for Commissioner; the projurt would

I "but not one penny of mine shall yon to be abandoned for tilt present, :'t
II touch N! we presume the (question of bonding

I The dark face of Throckmorton _u __ bu ubniitUxl to the people at tIe e;
election In I*!*!.
Knatchbnll was turned toward him 1.:
The County Commissioners could not y
With o
a sneering smile. the rate of Interest, could not .-
'ke shall see, old man, he said. the bond for less than par and N o ( iL'eib

ot, oping down, he struck a match. not pay a commission so a* to net -- >
Man''! Man I Have you no pity! N county less than without ealliug an -- ted
Bere'' Give me the check 1 I will sign I" The report also state dis = =
**V"i the victim faintly that the work shall I b. done by d ::"""'

The villain turned with a scowl of labor that the money shall Iw =- mCYr >
triun:ph. between the County Cominls: c:> cn > c::=
!r'" lUtiut aeeurdiiiK: to the esti : 'gc
thought this would bring you to of the surveyor and mileage 0
.. IIn he said, and with a quick Y\e think tld anvwtir the questions 1: t7Ql : :

IU ''t' went he extinguished the cubeb I Mr. Kouatd If we base not covered ==

Van,tte, whose deadly fumes already ... |..>.lius fully, we shall Inplwtwxl to ::c d g trJc :
o ",' "11 room.-New York World I .,. inv lilitioiml liilit wblcb" it :,;) _.

., I I.., III..u) power| to givo flie geoc:; e::..

Irl.e..r.araa.A' A 4 YOC S It" iuu t >le'1 voter In the ..i t-
all the animals in'" asked t t. I I.'i' .ill"n to \ol4lInwlll. :;i
$'. .utly oJ i I I.L bond! queation cannot be
taking another look at the bait .
most fair mil uandwl
::.':tr. in u Boat haiiKtl out Mill Hepaiinil at the lowest
,, + i ....."r. "to prefer failure. WII are in
All but the leopards replied ttua # o1b-n ... Ayht. l because: we believe the projeet figlal'es./ << Piompt uittntiou given to ortleiIlHtunutoH -*.

*&4 1 think.. we have a pair of them ; I II .m result lu great benefit tu llrevard ivou on all kintln of boatx.

WettedNoah I I n'I sal Its oitl_. Our judgment Agrees for.tbe.Celebrated
shook his bead gloomily and / be at fault but we b.li ve the l"o.

nattered something about "that boy v l4Re r '| MM toe trusted to setlb. tike matter, WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.
Ito a bad end." Cincinnati I' :. : w4 alt we ask ie U.t they IM hilt 10
of the facts, divested of a I mIl

uN 1rn IMJJ "", A.. T. KOS02.




1KD1AS felVEft ADVOCATE, SEPTEMBER 13, 1895. .-- -

i -

Sloop" For Sale. so-called aristocracy, particularly those Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gor't Report
who can trace their ancestry back to THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM

For /18"11001'" Irene 4f1ft.xIMt; slimy mud, even on shot t rouU-s. Now. C0i

tonnage, IS :27-100;; In flrst-class com are those who are opposlni __ I
tlon. New sails: head-room In cabin l the raising of money, no that our
Best paityor trade boat of her size on people can get employment to bridge oVal8akins i Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
the river Price, $' 00.00. Apply to over present and Impending disasters,
E.!: C. 11. Tyndall, Wavclaml or Capt. suggesting any remedy themselves T We LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE
I'eterNelson, Titunvllle, Fla., w here abe have a shade too much Vanderblltls I ,
may be area *tf about us. When people cannot sustain
themselves then their I 3
Individually, case
becomes a common cause and a public We have for sale a large list of carefully

Fancy; IMncapple, Slips nn l Huck duty to sustain them, which has to I he BSOWTEI.Y PURE selected Indian River Properties.

I'or Hnlc. done by direct charity or public develo; -- -
era ment, an(11 don't see any more plausible Sale of Lands of the Florida '
little card Agents for Coast
enterprise than a shell road. Then on 1---------! Small but enjoyable par Li!*,
.Apply"Egyptian/ to MAIHMM Queen"A and MATTIIAM"Abbakas.* general principles, the people of Fort !, tics have been In order this week Canal and Transportation Co.
Drum, Fort Fiddle and Fort Fife would ;
The Palm Heach finery, be as much Interested as those whose were on of right They For Marshal nn i
West Palm Beach, Fla. 'houses the road would run througl believe the money spent In constructing! Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Uall\\'R\( 'mt
When you talk about political plots, shell roads will be well Invented and Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment i ''II!
For; Sale. put-up jobs and Individual benefits, as while they have no taste for politics, but I hereby announce myself a* a candl and and other Low Priced Lands. '
to the real at Issue on the contrary are averse to taking the date for the office of Marshal Loan
compared question to
Monoy .A.lxv/xyei
Collector of the Town of Titusvllle, and XXl\lld
path I la always cure to besmear
Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka and Golden they are a quality of dish
poor slops At Ten cent, in turn to luit.
those who travel with mud and promise that, If elected, to I give my en per
lemon A
and Queen grape pineapple fruit tree, Noonan em, orange strawberry, her lady husband once preferred typewriter charges for against being they may be compelled, In mlrei tire attention to the duties of the office, Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

and umbrella trees. The said she but themselves and friends, to take a hand; etc.
plants, pretty. girl was sorry, Titusville. Florida.DRUGS.
but r... T. Ctanat.Orange :
to use a phrase which will down
JAR. MOTT, It was not her fault. Now, If the shell go
Orlando Xuntery, road should benefit anyone individually); In the lilstory of Urevard county they --- -- --=
Orlando, Fla. I am sure It will not be their fault. "prefer not to be drawn Oncein
Moat HABDFF. however, they are the kind of people Lemon and Grapefruit
who are likely to stay to the finish f:s+l *TV' -

To the People of the East Coasl STANDARD VARIETIES.: ) (

For Town Clerk. -Mr. C. T. McCarty, of White City, Buds and Scions For Sale.
was In town a short while on Monday
Wanted to flay IOHH Shark Skin. hereby candi I sin prepared to furnish eye buds, Orange
announce myself as a
I and Lemon at *1 per 100, rd |>er I.OIIO. Not leas
I will\ pay 3')tet* a piece for skins over date for Town Clerk, and if elected than 801)of any one sort at thountnd raw. Oral|.e- /.1 ,
Oft long; 20cts. under. Cash on delivery will do my duty for the people. I think California and Lemon fruit,eye Imds I e2 |her last ego per tnst. Orange;
Orange scionii
Lemon and (irsl.efndt (terminal I grafts) *
at Titusville, M.\ Luclo and New times are too hard to Justify the present 111! | 1U"0 dlnoount on large .". : :
per ,
River, where I shall be on or about Oct salary and advocate a cut In the same. 12perfor: ::; nS. All' Buis and scions I en .
1st. The skins to l he cut down the back Respectfully Bndwood and Trees pout paid to Stave guaranteed to reach yon In.
from back of head to within a foot or no HE.IKV J. A TIIOfT. tood; order understand had all drtailn.larpe eXI"rlenc"r'. on thoroughly *.-

of tall Skins: to be taken off with a.. lured Term: Cash with OI..r.end on .
little llcnh possible, and no knife-hole -Enjoy two hours of solid fun by; FOE S.A.LE. your ordem. for future delivery 10 I may I he pre
going to the.minstrel entertainment |", lred to fill nrnVrs.just when wanted, (let yuli CHAFFEE & CO.
In skin. I will also buy all the oil from on 'JUlIA and scans from rellahle source. ... ... .r ., *
VARIETIES -W. Navel Valencia Lute
the liven-each shark will make about the 24th. It will only cost you COccnts. t'1.. strain of Hart's Tar -&- allon. To make the oil\ take out reserved seat. Sweet, Jaffa, llomcHmf.ua,Satsuma, Kuliy Hlmiil, Rhemide, Calif.
livers and llllrt kerosene bbl twothiidsfull Malta Blond, Dancy Tangerine, Be..Mlihnel: Or. Florida Reference: O. H,Norton (J.D Clifford .
of livers stand In sun In a dry Quick Trains to the Atlanta Kxposltlon. aneeo, Magnum llonuni and Malta Oval. onlere Kustls. Ha
; ; mutt Iw for at leant Net each of the last two K. W Savage|
place. As the livers decay the oil\ will true Lhlttn hetnon Villa Front a (allfo.nla; Reference: Orange Orowem. Hank, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
I .I.RJ i ; I'.11.,M. n. Van .Meet Wells Fargo
come to the top. strain' oil\ through Eureka. Mewiaa, itelair P remium and.1IlIIlKll'tet T K Affott Riverside, Calif. ,
Express agent
cheesecloth Into barrel for shipment Sicily 1"01011. Jlulll poet'laid .ud
safe arrival .atl.f..tlon guarallte..l 1'1"lItyi
Correspondence solicited. Train No. 3d( F. C. & P. ly., leaving reference on application. Hmln 7.Vt Z

.('0\1. F. D. HITGIIM Jacksonville at d:2() p. m., reaches Atlanta i tie*>r,lust*4,Bo cub|>er with hoot,order*10H>r Address Loon, :Scion tl.rtu l: Ooiiiilno Itargalns In Ideal OH LOOK SAVE MONEY !
at 0:45: ; a. m. Pullman sleeping
Care of Henry Clews A Co., I. II CA MACK l>tate.Xo. ,
care are attached to this train.
New York City. (Cut this out for ref. Whittier,Calif. I
Train No. 38 leave Jacksonville at7A I By Fertilizers
1. Twelve acres of hammock buying only
at Atlanta ---- --- --
arriving at 830
-- a. m., :
land at bharpes postoflice: about 300 feet

lau rails and C lllnernllal1:: o'clock The passenger p. m. rates over thc.F. C. & P CHOICE = front on Indian River and runs back to With Pure Bone Basis.
Hallway from Jacksonville to Atlanta county road; has upon It house of six a
Koutr. rooms, almost new; cost of!house $1,000;
exposition aie as follows: Hound-trip Enrich Your LANDS and YOURSELVES.
Xj Pineapple Plants bain stable outbuildings etc. Has a
tickets, on sale from Sept. 15th to Dec. I
trees In fine Encourage Every one you may
of :500 bearing ,
ATI..vvnr, Fl.A., Sept :\ 180"! : Itb.; good for return until Jan. 7th, condition grove before large the freezea",1 will soon 1 Know to use DARLING'S FERTILIZERS because ** III

Lditor Adioentr. 8W! 113.7V Tickets from Sept. 16thto In large or small Quantities. recover and bear good crop. Remainder Safe and RELIABLE to use for
Due. lilt; inclusive to return
Deal Sir-Will you permit me through days from date of sale,,good.II.i.: : Tickets 20 Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka; I of land cleared, and Is of best quality for Any Coors, making a STUOJJO, STOCKY
:jour columns to reply to the many Inquiries on sale Tuesdays and Thursdays of each Enville City, Golden Queen, vegetable farm. This property was held Growth, and SWEET JLICY VEGETABLES and FRUITs that aie
I have regarding: progress In thematter wee commencing Sept 10th; and ending Prince Albert, Variegated Him at :*)),O01) one year ago; will sell to- Engaged ahead by those Merchants who-do
: Smooth Cayenne Charlotte for .J,800 $1,000 cash\ and 2,20l: : () Not the VERY BEST Fruits and
day ; want only Vegetables.
of the Eau Gallic I audCanaveialmail I*c. 21th, U u:>, good to return within -
toute. I am glad: to say that our 10 diys from date of sale f.8.10. Rothschild, Ripley Queen may remain on moitgnge. This Is a Take time, and write at once to the
friends. In the wmk and Jamaica Ripley. most desirable place for a home.t00.1
matter aio at we
h:ive every reason to hope that a few :ar- Orders delivered promptly. location, close to postoffice school, L. B. Darling Fertilizer Company,
months. more will see us with a regular To the Voter of TiiiMville.( OULAMMI OKAl'K FRUIT CO., church etc., and In anlceneighboihood.
steamboat service. I am In receipt of a C. S. VAX IIOUTEX, Trcas.Jorrespondenee The bare land alone Is almost worth the JACKSONVILLE FLOKID,
price asked. And obtain their Special Low Price. to meet the times for CASH WITH OKIiLkGroceries
letter from Judge Jones stating that the As announced In to-day's paper I ama solicited. Orlando, Fla.
petitionetc.are In Congressman Cooper' candidate for Town Clerk and as such Xo. 2. Thirty acre tract with house
hands and will iccclveIlls attention, and ask my friends and well-wisheis to qualify of eight rooms artesian well large portion EI :BRARY
one from Captain Jan Is, (l. F. Agent of as voters and vote, as that I Is what it 100,000j'dni'ddd( ( cleared etc. ; adjoins hotel propertyat .,
the Fist: Co.iHt: Line covering letters take to elect. qualifications for a barno near Eau Oallie. The land

from Mr. Parrott, vIco-piesMfiit: of the voter are to have been a resident of the alone Is worth more than price.. we quote Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer r
line, and from Mr. L. M. Ten-ell superintendent town six months of the state twelvemonths ...Choice Home Grown... $2,250.: The owner refused ,#...OO< () a year ,
of railway mail service of the to be registered In Tltusville ago. lie must sell without delay and
I call the Attention of the of Indian River to Stock '>f
Mouth regarding( the matter. These gentlemen and to have'paid the poll taxes for the has authorized us to take :*2,2.: :>0, :*1-J10: People my
have all taken tile matter up years 1S1IJ-1.!): 1 am responsible for my PINEAPPLE PLANTS. cash balance may remain on mortgage. Staple Sc U'amey (-II oeeries, \'"Viiit
and are lining their interest In our behalf coming out, though at the solicitalon of .
. and we could l not have better friends at good; friends and shall run for Town Xo. 3. One hundred and thirtysixand And Food Products

court. I'ncle' ham Is slow to move, but ;Ierk-notwithstanding efforts have been Abbaka Enville City :Smooth Cayenne 83-100 acres of land at New River. Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
when he dot-* It Is to some purpose, and made to sidetrack me. Three-quarters of a mile water fiont.
while the delay necessary may seem longwe IIKMuY ANTHONI. olden Queen I'll nee Albert Variegated Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,

can lest assured that It will be made Smooth Cayenne Finest plants prompt 8 of section 13, township 50, south of Ground Food and Wheat.I .
.is short "II poNNible. 011'11 range 42 east. Price 1,000 for the
For $2T.OO very am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above mtolroods. !
Yours respectfully, OEO. I. RUSSELL, whole tract, or less than 7.50 per acre,
I buy close and will sell close. I invite correspondence and whet)
will take $10 In
\V. J. NfcHlllTT. Oilando Fla, or wo per acre forty
<< ,
your patronage Very truly
You can get a ton of our "Ideal," a ::Jf" Write for pricesFOR acre tracts Wo believe a purchasercan 33. L. BR11DT.:
complete high grade fertilizer made sell this land and double his
TIN "SIIIMJ: KOAD niscu.s.HI from bust materials.: ElIl'cclallYlldal'tod money as soon as steamers beginto ----- -- -------

to vegetables: strawberries anti small run through the canal next
OX.JKNHK.V. ruits. Write for analysis and complete SALE. December. We own this bud ourselves
price list of chemicals for home mixing. but need money to develop other DUREN & FEASTER.

: Sept. 11, '115.J WIISON & TOOMEK: PINEAPPLE SUCKERS enterprises, hence offer it at a price
"Fertilizer House of Florida," ddl' which will Insure early sale Buy this
: laud and double
Jacksonville, Fla. your money.
It Is deplorable that any question of -VT-C C-; AND SLIPS. No. 4. The north three-fourths of CO'I
KINDS. Francis H
public! Interest has to come up before the IIICIWAIU'S NEW UOSSI S. southeast quarter of section 7, and of Leggett
people of Urevaid county where It Is discussed Egyptian Queens.Red lot" of section 8, in township 38, south
In public print, as the present of 41 containing 150
east acies.
mode of discussing public questions The Cocoa and I Rocklodge News said Spanish.Pernambncos. This range tract has a large frontage on tho Fine Groceries.

would be A "stench iu the nostrils of a last week: bt. Lucie River two miles from the railroad -
putrid catcafts" as the representatives 1 At the dictation of a few would-be- crossing. Price $15 acre.Xo. .
on one side are a set of lying, plotting bossteourCounty Commissioners disregarded White Antiquas. per Frnits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all W!
isroundiels, and the other side \is :much the prayer of four hundred and Finest and Belt Suckers and Slips on 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township
worse. It is also lamentable that almost ghteen! of the "hone and sinew" of Lake Wotth. Prompt and quick dellvry. :37, south range 41 east containing 77
every community has to IK burdened levard county who were not willing Write me for prices.K. acres. This tract has a quarter of a CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE. -

with native-bom politicians.I If you gotochuich that "the burden of a heavy debt" should It. I'AKKIN, Went (',"n, Heart, t.U.. mile front on the St. Lucle River at J3F" Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited
or attend a funeral, it Is a to pll\ceelllpOI1 them. With these petitions Stuart fetation. Price $33 per acre.

political .plot Iu their eyes; If it js too of tho four hundred and eighteen Very Truly aurora I'oustor.
wet or too diy It I I. the result of a political tux panels befuiu! thorn and many of the Xo. 0. A,tract of twenty-one acres, ___________ C3L. _
Intrigue with them. innately, representative men of our county thei" PINEAPPLE SLIPS."." fronting on Biscayne Hay, at Ewanton .
that class of politicians do not carry In person ordered the useless expend! Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut E. Ml'NN rrcst. 8. G. VANLANDINOHAM: Sec a Tte
much faire with: them. Their followers I of Grove. Price $3,000.() This price may
tore money In surtey-getting the
are a lot of ragged: brainless air breathers ght-of-way and election, will feel the : = seem high but If you will try to buy any PIIGENIX MILLS LUMBER COt,

that they ale ashamed to bo seen weight of popular opinion lIe who has land flouting on Biscayne Bay in good
with In public, and all they know about been selected by the people to be their location, you will get your eyes opened TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
Is "Heie's health the FOR SALE a* to prices asked In that section. This Incorporated October, .... Cu
politics good to servant and carry out tho express wUhes 1804-BuoceMon to R. Its. *
Is the desirable
boss l'tollet'ho are not competent of the people and then tramples on their tract only parcel we Lath Lumber
Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed
to discuss without or f the Following have left fronting on Uiscayne Hay.
public questions personal 'I..hell. will at length feel the sting of -
discourtesy 10ul out of print The representatives for Gad* grind slow" So the mill of lolHI'lar I Egyptian Queen fair profit and we are satisfied that lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covers and cypress tanks of all J"1":

and against the shell load have sulleiud opinion, at first It grinds slow but Smooth Cayenne, nothing similar This can tract be had will at a doubt much made a. called for. All Kinds of Moldings, Turned and Scroll Work '
martyrdom, Iu both public and private woe be to him who dales to It." hIgher price. no
character, sufficient to raise a howl of oppose VARIETIES: Golden Queen, bo sold within a few week Specialty, One of our firm U a contracts and builder of many years' experieacaso

lamentation among the wild orang- ut. The people who urged the County Enville City Xo. 7. An improved place of 7 acre that we are prepared to make estimates and take contract for the constructsnd
angs! of Africa aud not a thing has been 'oinmlssloners most earnestly to call an close to the depOt and cost office at Mal. building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable term ano"
trained by It. election mi the. landing nii4 uti.in were the most satisfactory manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere
abar. house with and I lower
I have never been able to see anything James Holmes; Chas. :T.: XtcCaity l : T.: E. IW Orders now taken. All tlrst-I veranda, costing fl.600oo. 7 rooms; In Correspondence and Patronage sollClDON'T
In the question! that should create: the Richards, !t A. II si dee, D. L. iaulden air repair) beautiful river front, lawn
least! disaffectatlon ol': the people.Whether anti W. 8. Graham When did these class" plants and early delivery.! Apply etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100
the shell of itself I Is a vital gentlemen acquire prominence as bosses?
to C. C. MATTHAMS. large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapple*.
question or not Is not the only trouble With the exception of D. L. iaulden This will make a nice home for anyliody. !
that confront us. There are other anti R. A. Hardee, we never heard of any Florida Pineapple Co., Good neighborhood. Price only $1250.00.:
question we must meet, or suffer greatly. of' the gentlemen named taking an active West Palm Beach Fla.
A man may be sick In bed, losing his >ait In trying to lead In county affairs, XOTE:-The above descriptions will
time and consuming his means. You In a political way and the word "boss" -- enable customers to locate the several Buy a quality of Lumber becau
suggest a doctor. He say "No! I can't II usually applied In connection with properties very closely by examiningone poor
adord It, 1 am already overtaxed." Is polities of the J., St. A. & I. R. R'y com "
his standpoint correct ? That 1* precisely It Is true, James Holmes was Identified I pany's railroad maps but we will be it "COStS a little less. You are not building a bollSl
the case with us-we are financially with the reform movement a year or twoago. pleased to send special map on a large
sick.Ve are not able to pull ; but the outcome of that fiasco demo scale, on application, to parties who for today only.
through! ourselves, as dally demonstrations istrated that Its leaders were novices _I mean business and intend to buy, It they
are oving. Shall we call in the in the art of politics, and unwoitby the c.* find such a bargain a* they want. Z3F" "A word to the wise ls sufficient.\ "
doctor die? We have labor of "bosses." send! your orders to
or good name R. A. lUrde, In his I G. F. PADDISON,
Rouiiix OK ( ,
& in IM 0 .
Lire thrown out of employment We are race for the legislature a year ago did EAU OALLIE, Ft.Oat.Th.Indian -
not able, n tblln to sustain them.Something not make such a record as to deserve the Tltusiille, Fla

: or we will lose name of "boss." I). L. Uaulden has bad ____ ___ _
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them and suffering on both sides will lx something to do with politics, It la true, ----
the result They have come and made but we were not aware that he was
their homes! among us, and they are a atsod among tht "bosses." J, FVuoten ,
much greater factor In keeping up a w ho Is now a brother newspaperman
country than the landlord and politician I Is far more worthy to be calea"pass" 'J' CLOCKS 8' 8' 8-I.
Without the laborer the country wouldsoon l than any of the men his paper
be sold for taxes. Wm. II. Vandertillt las dubbed as dictators, and he himself ,
laid "D- Vanderbilt le." I don't would consider It a slander if any one

free with Mr. but would claimed that he bad less political In- At. AXTHOXY BROS.
My that If anybody has to be d-d, duence than the greatest of those whoare Root Ie very attrsetiy a& this .point. splendid lI.bln TIoe tar 1 ler r'-
in that case let it be Mr. Vanderbilt. urging the bond project. adapted to ilnappiw' and other Fruits. and ill .atuated at Aake.a, just ..ortl& r t t' .
There are classes of people who gloatIn The truth I., the men who succeeded THE JEWELERS, TITUSVILLE, FLA !1I."ul.I\I"e.luu"......... For The" ,81. A..Ie I. R. R'y rues through the property. 1II&Iu"1 .1.111 -
teeing other depressed. That I I. the 111 persuading the Iloanl of County ('-om. address tD owns, ...... C'""



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