Indian River advocate
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: October 18, 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: UF00079909:00153
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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<1 role 11. No. 10. TITTJSVILLJC, FLA.., FRTDA.Y OCT. 18, 1895. Price, 5c.

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LOCAL NEWS Item Tills Column Carefully. -Mr. C. T. McCarty\ of Ankona, Is -Mr. C'. T. Veibeke, of Siirno 1ms St. OnlirleKH <3ull spending a couple of days In town. cucumbers nonily ready for the tal.'e.SlIpt. I

id Topics of General Interest. TUB!: EAOIK CI.OTIUSO STORK!: In the -Mr. Glen Strohm, of West Palm J. II. Sams has Ix-ou In town' The ladles of St. Gabriel's Guild will TiM>k up sleeping quarters on the rear

are ADVOCATE the brick clothiers building! Titusvllle, Bench, paused through. here, yesterdav.: the last few dajs, attending to school' ileatto meet In tho opera house tomorrow >orch of the residence of Mr George M.tohbln .
LUM In connection leading on the East; on his to St. and Jack matters afternoon Oct. lilt h last Ills
und General Oaulp Coast of Florida. Watch their ads way Augustine (Saturday) Saturday night. presnco .
Lk, Iu"ne **'. Lmke Worth, Indl.n.BMMM this and other and do not fail on sonville. Judge, M. S. Jones has been 111 and when business (Importance\ (! will ho.rnnsnctcd. was discovered" a* a result of hi*

and nallfa. River*. Key Vent to ghe them a trial.paces, -Major E. W. Peabody, the hustling confined to his homo for the oast week, A prompt attendance of all snoring! propensities. After being ejected

..d.ll other Important Point along the solicitor for the Jacksonville Times-Un but la now alH>lIt again and l able to attend members Is delllrcl.Comllloclort' rom the premises, It was feared ho

j... Coiwt of Florida, Brief mention of ion, was In town this week looking after to business.Mr. would enter some of the nclithtior*'
lBttrr>"n* Event from V rlou. purls KT- JOB PRINTING at this office. the Intciests of his jouinal.Dr. / Cliwn to St. )ards to linlsh his diearns, and Marshal
World) About Peopleou' Know ChrK bulzner returned from II I. T. Titus, being Informed, fixed him
,,j id*Pfople Yon Uon't Know Picked y Advertisements on thin ((111'1I1) J. 11. bcrcven left yesterday for bt. Augustine last Saturday.: Ho was Lurle.Tliti ulln tho town jail until next mornirg

nd. Onr Society Editor and Iltr..e"taff page are ten cents per line per week nnd a week's trip to Atlanta. The drug feeling worse on Monday nnd decided to when ho was allowed to depart with the
bT stole will \H in of 1> Blakewood returned to his home In
1' bt.
Lf r rr....|HmlnU scattered along the are continued from *eek to week unices Augustine Commodoio F. 1>. Hughes and I wife, idmonitlon that thoso pups of Sherltf
otherwise ordered. of Ostcen, duiing! his absence on Tuesday last. lowman'* would start after him In SO
b.I ('.*" of Florida.CHE Reading notices on who have been stnjlng at tho Indian
any page but the first, are five cents per -Mr. F. W. Lyman who has lieen -MJ'II. T. A. backett, who has been tlver Hotel., Tlluiotlle, for a week or so, minutes The negro wa* last seen lea>'-
line each insertion.F spending the summer in Kenostn WIs., visiting rtlathes: In bt. Augustine for !eft on their yacht last bunday for down- ng tho south end of town, and his speed

anlved In town on Wednesday" leaving the past few weeks expects to !go to liver points. They will tany for a short was such that theie l Is no doubt ho ni-

; The ADVOCATE be had at jestvrd.iy for his home at Geoigl.ina.Mr. West Palm Beach In a couple of tl.IYI or whilo at Rockledge, and from thero will ,veil I In Cocoa shoitly aftewalIII.0

Dr. hcreven's drug store mar Msw. Emma Charles Campbell the popular so, where sho will reside with her son.Mrs. JrO to bt. Luclo. They probably Intend commend him to tho good graces of the

Eaton's news stand, 5c. per copy. representative Wlghtm.in; ('h'llItoIher S. A. Belcher nnd rhildicnpanned tu lenuiln In that \lelnity for II"molltlt' authorities of that thriving city.

wholesale Jacksonville, : through heie, Wednesday, on lme; for befoio leaving, the Commodoienstructed -- -- -
| giocers,
THE Eagle; Clothing! Store l is now filled was In town List Mondaj, and left the their way home. They reside at Cocoanut : : us to chango tho mldirss\ ofils \ New AIlnNter Tor the I'rlh jterlan '.

In every department with new and attractive same day for points south.Mrs. Grove on Blsc.iyno Bay; and have I ADVOCATK from Titusvlllo to bt..ticle Church.

goods. Give us a call. It l la is boon hpemling the summer In Gcoigla.Mr. !; postotlloo until fuither oideis.Hughe .
b. A. Gregson, who has been I
pleasure to show these goods.WHBKK quite 111\ for the past: few weeks Is now James D. Garner, one of the Columbia lUcjrU- Team The I .'v. II. M. Ooodcll, of Klsslmmco,

impioting rapidly. Duiing her Illness gentlemen who pnichiscd a paitoftheproperty Bleached two veiy linpicsulve' sermon
': to stop, beo list of hotels on she has had the unremitting attention of Mr. ieo. B. Humph, was at tho Piesbyte.il.in' church last bunday, ,

our 7th page. and11t'st of caio fiom hei daughter, Mrs.R. made happy by tho ani val of his family Of Titusvillo boys, who weio to make slilch weio listened to with Interest by

W. Rhodes, with whom she lefcldes.Mr. via the Flagler: Railway yostcday: after I thc trip from Montl(1ell.'j\ to Atlanta hoso piesent at tho service conducted

TAt latest designs In stiffs and nobbyrVdoia noon. in their .. from.I. hy the aIHlve-nallletljlt"tlNlIl\n that day.
("has. T has been 111
hats for fall and winter wear, Mrf'rory Capt. Leo Vogcl,: Inspector of hulls, C. Budgo: met with an accident to his i\t tho closo of tho evening devotions, a
for the two weeks but Is able
at the Eagle Clothing btoie. past now and Chas. bpencer, Inspector' of boilers, wheel when In the > lcinity of bmlthvlllo, ncetlmt was held to decide tho advls.villlty
to bo alHiut again, and was In town this for South Florida, passed thioiigh,: here Oa., and I had to send It to tho factory forepatrs of permanently letalnlng the Rev.
week shaking hands with his
.VDVOCATE' 'OUTING boots at Kline's, Titusvillo.FASHIONAIII.K Friend, who aie alwajs glad to see many his Wednesday, on their way to Lake Woitli, nnd make the lemalnder thoouincy Mr. Goodell to net n* pastor of the
whcie called by train, otherwise we underitand church nnd to
they cx.imlno
weio to a a sntUfactoiy ngiecment
PRINTING OFFICE frank countenance and feel the he.uty
ladies' number of steamboats.Mr tho team wcie having a splendidlime. hut vnd WHS arrived at. '1 ho ruveiend
and child.ren's clasp: of his hand.Mr. .
capes Harry, expects to gut hU wheeln gentleman retuined to Klsslmmeo on
cloaks at Kline's Titusville.rsr.T J. D. Crabb Informs ho
A. C. Gardner, who has been us has tlmo for tho return trip. Tho teams Monday[ to attend l nnd wind up his affair*
':Mil. lie ADVOCATE an order for any north for several months Is expected secured the names of a majority' of the composed of Messrs. Montgomery at that place, and will arrive hero to-

li printing you need.Mt .] :! shoes of the very latest styles to return home next week or the week registered voters of Cocoa, and will open I'litrhaid, Budge and Coxettcr--thekid. norrow and bo a permanent resident of
at Hstonihhlngly. low prices at Kline's a saloon In that city as soon as ho can \ "
We learn he
ifter. arc pleased to that .his ulaco.: Services will bo held nt thoi'loHbytoilan
Titus*Ille. ret the County CommisNloners to act onils _
Is much Improved In health and we church on Sunday next,
and Mis. S. II. Ray and family tiust the lmpio\emeut will continue petition and procure n license.Mr. Wreck of the Schooner Phoenix. the With, by tho Rev. Mr. Goodell, amiegulaily

*DI Sunday last at Oak, Hill, visiting DEED blanks lOc. each; 3.00: per 100, at and remain permanent.Mr. M. E. Grubvr came up from \ every Sabbath afterwards.Tho .

lends the AUVOCATK office. Fort Plerco last batuulay to "l'en.llSulI- News to hand that the schooner
[ Joe D.iwson, the well-known says --- -----
-lit, C, O. Blyth, of West Palm ao,1 alTaMo representative of Messrs.Bulger lay with his family. While bore lie took )I'htunlx was swamped, Thursday last: TlttisUllc Hand

u' ,/latksonville.Mr suit an approved real estate security dealers, of New Voik was in town last rUlted Coionadoln the afternoon. It Is tho }'Ittrltl.CtUlIt, near West Jupiter, Is an Institution of which our citizen

Send In your applications. Robbum: Tuesday and left on that day for West needless, to s.iy ho enjoyed himself, nnd MtvemIIllUt'1i north of the Jupiter light.tho may well feel pioud. No organization
E O. Painter of the DeLandijiculturUt
Giahani said it was no wonder beach : then drifted ashorv her of "
Co. Palm Bench. He business Is showing trips are cargo can bo conducted without the ..hlew.of *
was In town Wednesday.eft signs of decided says Impiovement IHI| pular If they are all as enjoyable as lumber preventing her sinking, and at war" or, In other words, It take money

that day, for down-river points.eo Orn stock of octagon bean crates will throughout! the state, especially down tho one ho lIalllJ.letllallt bunday. last accounts was fast biuaklng up. Mm I, to "make tho maro "0." Knowing thiN

<> D. Rumph, who left Titusvllleilwn be on hand November 1st. Your the East Coast. -This moiulng the Citizen had a will bo a total wreck, It Is thought. The Tact, somo of our piomlnent citizens

time ago, has rented a house In order solicited.\ Warehouses at Titusvillc pleasant caller In the person of C. H. captain and ciow managed, to got to tiavo: made application to become honor-
'lama where hn and his will Craven's. Indian River Band' Is now shore safely. moinlxjr of the band and agieed toontilbuto
family role Eau Gallie ami JeDlieD. (i. F. Walton pait proprietor and I assoclatooditor try
*oi die present.i radilisou.MOKGY. wrestling with a new fnstiumental arrangement an.lllIan"leruf the filI'I.\N KIVKIIADVOCATE. : The Phiunix was captained and owned the uiii.il duos, which are not
of lUke McCarty's Wake" by Capt. John Baird, who Is well known lionvy. They will get value received
Titusvillo Fla. Mr. Walton
-i apt T E. Richards, of Eden stopped a song which Is very popular at present here visit last : on Indian River, and was on her way from the open-air conceit which aro toIHJ
was on a nnd while
ei, fl town fiom Tuesday until Wedncs- Wo want money to loan on first tlnoughout the noith. We understand out a to tho Atlanta year, from Jacksonville to Lemon City. Tho given at stated Intervals as soon a*
on trip
j> 'ax He was on his way to Jack- leal rst.ito moitgages. Tea percent that the ladies' orchektra have also procured could not refialn, from exposition Captain seems to lo paillcuUily: unfortunate tho bund stand I III erected, and nsldofiom

'Dra; u on business.Mr free of all expenses to lender Gauldcn an arrangement of the same pieoe ,Ashovillo wheie he foimud taking a run by with hill schooners, OH this Is tho this, they will be able to take part

\V S, Norwood was at Tropic & Sander, 'litusvillo and Wvbt Palm and In a shoit time will be piepaiud to ant friendships during his foimer many ploatt-visit third or fouith ho has lost within the at any festive occasions which bo
,irU Beach, Florida.TIMKS present It to the public.We last few the IolllllIn\ mal
part of the week pajlng her lie[ says FloiIda people are anticipating; years. gotten up by cuso an

iucuiei Miss Lena, who is teaching understand that Mr. J. D. Crabb a good tourist season. Mr. Walton will excursion rate l elng glvrn to the members
too at that place, a visit.M AKB! IIAKH and you cannot affoid is figuring on opening a saloon at Cocoa. icinain here until Fl'ltlay.-Allllevllle New County Map. of the bund to thd state military

> P, J. Hall, who has been in to lose everything. Insure against Mr. C. Is well and favorably known In (N. C.) Dally Citizen. encampment Iti clnewhcic 1 the honoiaiymembors I ::i :
tianta lire cyclones and accident with HALl..t Titustille where the saloon he Mr. R. B. 11 u re h del ran down to Goor- will I entitled. to the reduced
for kept wa.alwa1
several mouths returned ,
WliloilT, of Titusville, }'I\: ., representing conducted In -Jack Happersette did not attend the ;lana and spent last Sunday with his rates a* members of the ItIUI<1. Wo trust
ilt an
Saturday, looking much benefited the Liverpool & London & orderly manner. excursion to New, ISIII) rna last bunday, family, returning to town Monday He that all of our citizens who can afford to
We trust In he embarks In business
on ull sojourn tn case "
Georgia's piogresslve Hartford but he "sure. met the train promptly do will send In their to
tj Globe, the Old and other at Cocoa, that he will be hall been engaged for soveiul months so applications
tf prosperous, on Its arrival at 10"iO: list bundaynight. of F. A. Morgan secretary of the band.
leading companies. financially and otherwise. l>ast making a complete set maps for ,
-<.apt J. P. Pritchard and Dr. W. S. Mr. Voss the popular manager the county, to bo used by the assessor In Every; good citizen .houl.I'take an Interest

'raliam were admitted as honorary BAICOAIXS in clothing and men's furnishings Attorney J. T. banders, of West of the Indian River hotel, was also making assessments.. )Ir. Jtiuihfiel in all of our town organizations.Capt. .
Palm Beach, was In town last Saturday, imbued with the best possible Intentions to hi work In few
embm of Craven's Indian River Band at the Eagle; Clothing Store. expects complete a
nJa shaking hands with his filends. Certain In regard to mooting tho excursion train and the will then bo liound
> night last Let all join w ho can; - --- days, maps C. iT. Hector, dlclhoiirnc/a
more the merrier.oui charges of malfeasance In ollico have on Its return, but thinking It would not In !book form lie has mndo duplicate

-The Misses Jeanette and Annie 1addition been made against )Jr. banders, but no arrive until a very late hour, he decided sets, ono for the asHoiuior and one for the rounder, HCCOIIUM a Ilciiedlct.

\- xiate-Editor! Mr. C. II. left on Tuesday for the exposition definite action has yet been taken In the to (troll over to the electric light work office of the county tleik. Those maps

\'alton.jeft on Friday morning last for at Atlanta, where they will spend a few case. We understand the accused does and have chat with the man In chaige! will bo of great service asMevHlng( lands At 5 p. tn. on Thuisday lost a fashionable
unto North and South Carolina and days. not anticipate any trouble In clearing on hell road matters Block oidinancesaud property. Every; parcel of land which wedding, celebrated at Holy Trinity

liere .He will stop at Atlanta for himself of the charges which have been kindred topics, but he found such lias been conveyed Brevard county up Kplscopnl chinch, Melbourne, wa that
lleek a so on his return. -Mrs. Win. M. Brow and children, made him. comfortable quartets that when the conversation Gard Ohio and
against to June lat, iHH't\ : Is accurately shown on of )Ir.. Ma May of Capt.
--( who have been spending the summer In waned, he lapsed Into pleasant the and the County Commissioners Cornthwalte J. Hector, of Melbourne
harles maps,
a well known com- -Mr. J. E. Ingraham, land commissioner
Hartford Conn. home
New are expected dreams and
was utterly oblivious of the
the Rev. W. C. Barnes the
iwciai:! man, representing Mainhardt of the East Coast expect in future to have )Ir. Burihfiel performing
Railway panned
arrival of tho train for several hours.
revise. them and show all The church wa tastefully
Jt Savannah, was In town Tuesij today.Mr. through Titusville last Monday on his every yuar ceremony.
end W edDe clay. He left the latter and )1r J. O. Walton and to West Palm Beach Llnton Laudeidale Mr. Metzger, thinking Mrs. Voss would lands which have linen sold from tho I decorated with lower, fein and palm
way -
>) rUf Cocoa, Melbourne and otherJnlllOuth Master Claude, who have been spending Pompano and Miami. He has IMJ alarmed at the unaccountable absence iociiding| year up to the following June. from Palm Grove by MesdamcM K. M.ami .
: a few days at Melbouine and Eau Gallie, ust returned from a trip north whither of her spouse, very reluctantly but gently The cost will not lie moie than tTS,tMI) II A. E. Campbell and wa almost
returned home on Monday last. Ite went on business and also for aroused him. Our night reporter, por year, and they will bo of so much III led by friend from far and near of the
-lr and Mm, F. W. Miller returned purposes who was on duty as usual, will vouch
practical value to the assessor that ho contracting parties. Mr*. A. E. Campbell
me Tia. J., T. 4 K. W. R'y, lastTuestfternoon. Mr. Eugene hPr who has been of attack recuperation.of nervous He has had but a for the truth of t\\\p\\\ report.Messrs. will be able to save the county much that estimable and popirlar lady,
1? at West Palm some months severe prostration,
Mr. Miller left here than $73.01: In taxes InUncling the wedding maich while the
Hambcig and Garner the more per your
we are pleased to note has now recovered I'hyed
':a* three here
passed through Tuesday on
weeks ago, but Mrs. Miller past, his normal standard of health.Mr. zentleraen who recently purchased the out and assessing curtain lands couple walked up the aisle, accompanied
II <**u his to Atlanta, to join his parents,
north, visiting relatives, for way business of Geo. B. Rumph, joined the which It was almost linjxntnlble to locate by the maid.* of honor. Mr.
MJI months. who proceeded him last week J. J. Flannery of Clifton has Cha acted best and
excursion to New Smyrna l.utt Sunday, properly for purposes of mmeiutiiieut In Campbell a* man
,-*, L, B Dawson, postmaster at -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. M. Robblns gave been very ill for the past two weeks, but and were very much Interested In inspecting the post.! Capt. J. (). Walton gave the bride away.
'ilr01l1 postofflce, came to Titusvllle a card party last Saturday evening, at we are Informed Is now well on the road the neighborhood 1 of that pretty -- --- Tin.* bride looked charming In a handsome

III Saturday, bringing with him the which a dozen or more of their friends to recoycr)'. The trouble has been a town, and ttlll|>ocially the camp meeting A Murderer Apprehended.Charles white brocade silk, trimmed with

i)1 boxes from the Narrows precinct, were present. Refreshments were served somewhat serious type of fever. Mr. ItfOUD.... )[r. Hamberg: Informed our lace and pearls, a coronet of orangitbloMsoms

''M. .ipent an hour or so shaking hands about 10 o'clock, after which a few vocal Flannery had hoped to cast a ballot In reporter that hit business I I. fully up to, Powell, alia* Chailes Hall, the on her head, tulle veil and a
"I... many Mends.Th selections were rendered. Everybody favor of bonds, so that his precinct I and In fact better, than hi* anticipation, negro who shot and killed a white, man Itouquet of white roses In her hand.

enjoyed them elve.. could not be counted among those which and believe* that It will continue to Improve named, Mike Sliey at Kdon during the The bride groom looked fully fitted for
lIr baptistery, which was finished were solid against bonds, but he was steadily. He i I. adding new line building of the FUgler Railway about the occasion, being attired In evening
?W: s urday for the Baptist church, Archdeacon B. F. Brown, who has confined to his bed on election day and to the stocks of the several ktorea, and two year ago. was captured and brought dress. The maids of honor were prettily .

l not be used the following day as been absent for about six weeks, Is at knew nothing of what was going on, say be I I. bound to get the trade If low up to Titusvllle on Friday last by l>elJoo| dressed In white with Mower trimming.
ected attendance at the
on account of leakage the present In general although the voting place was located price will bring to him. )Ir. H. I I. a uty-sherlff. S.' Titus, ami lodged In the After the conclusion of the ceremony
'audition church of the
settling with the weight of council of the Protestant on bis premise. merchant of wide experience, and come county jail. He was arrested when justIn all wended their way to the residence of

IeQ WaWt u will. It Is thought, be United States, which I Is now In session Sheriff Bowman and Deputy-sheriff from a city where It take ability and the *ct of boarding a schoouur at the newly-married couple, where a
He is expected
properly by the 27th InstIIendrlck at Minneapolis Wright were among those who accompanied nap to keep up with, \ the procession, Ixsmon City for Key West The prisoner umptuou dinner a* provided, and
In the course of a week or ten days. It
:)1... E (', stopped over In he will return In time the excursion to New Smyrna hence ought to make a success In Mi Powell, managed to get away at the health and prosperity of Mr. and

dar.t: : from saturday |Mt on her way Is to quite hold services probable at bt. Gabriel's church, last Sunday. The two newspapers were present field. His srlectlou of S.' HlUy the time the killing was done, going )11" C. J. Hector was toasted many

JUII<>, where she resides during the Titusville on next Sunday week, the27th also represented on the trip by ForemanPuckett a* manager was a good: move, first to Tampa and then to Georgia after time. Muslo and singing wa then Indulged
,'I.: wason. While In town Mrs. Henas Inst.Messrs.., of the Star, and Fulke of the ham ha many friend In thi territory which all trace of him was lost until last In for a time.
ru negotiating with the Phoenix ADVOCATE. Mr. Hodgdon Titusvllle and they all like to trade with him, andlot week, when Sheriff Bowman was notified The present* were both handsome and

;... Lumber Co. In regard to material : Glen Strohm and Gus P. station agent for the East Coast Doe, know their tastes. that be bad lately been seen In the neigh.borbood numerous. Mr*. Johnson, of Melbourne,

-"tlnat: at her home in Juuo,. Anthony hold the offices of vice-presi informs us he sold forty-four tickets for of Lemon City Deputy-sheriff made the wedding cake, which did her

I dent and secretary and treasurer, respectively the excursion, and tbeie were severaldeadbeads. Death of L. I*. TIM.aU.Mr. Titus was at once sent down to arrest great credit.
i- Wallace R. Moses passed of the local board of the West The attendance was Powell, with the result as above stated. Among those present at the reception

: *-.!> Titusville last Saturday, en Palm Beach branch of the Continental good, considering the fact that the very ex.cursion L. P. Tibbol*-one of the AUTO- When arrested be admitted the murder. were: Rev. and Mr*. W. C. Barne. Mr.
':o 'u, her home at West Palm Beach. National Building & Loan Association, was by no means widely ad CATK's valued ubcrlber for several He will be tried at the next term and Mr. Cha* Campbell. I>r. and Mr.

:: ne.. i Inteotlon to ltop off at Pineda. of Gainesville, which branch has lately vertised.Won.. )'earl-dled at hi* residence, New York, of the Circuit Court which mM>t* on the Stewart, Mr. and Mr*. Lockwood Mr.

,," : hume and re.tover bunday, lIer been established. Titusville also has a M. Brown of the September 2.Jrd, after lingering( Illnos fourth Monday next month, November and Mr*. Hazleburit, Mr. and Mr. E. D.Oslln .
.4 J la ltenognpher and confide. branch of this association, of which Mr. was one number The funeral we are Informed was private 25th. As we understand It there I* Mr*. E. M. Compbell, Mr*. Mscgie;
who the
'': rll fOf Mr. A. W. Robert, a S. P. Geiger has been appointed the and Coronado enjoyed last trip to New Smyrna_ the Interment taking place at Mil- no doubt a* to guilt, a* there were wltnesso Johnston, Mrs. McMahon, Mrs. thus.McBrlde .
:: :: n'' real eltate dealer In Vade local agent.Mr. with the band Sunday. He shell say ford Conn., beside his parent Mr. to the murder. It therefore looks the Mls e* Gard, Su.le Johnson
practice meetings, If Brevard would have Annie Hatlehurst, Messrs. William
Tlbbal was well known on Indian River, as county a bang
C. Williams road mln.tnllhow.
and Mrs. campaign teachers'Institute before long. Mr. Titus deserves Campbell Jas. Hogg, Jno. Ferguson, J.
111" where be usually hi winter HI ing very
sprut *
&rJ De who I, teachat of Lotus passed through; Titusvllle last and above all, the beach trips
oJtorr, Walker J. McBride Master
: '" many friend will regret to learn of hi* to be complimented on the prompt and ,
-'' home from be has managed to In
bt Lucie aucceeded Ini' Tuesday, on their way an put a fair
very effective manner In which he nude the JamesGard, Melbourne: M.un.V.. IL
and the
ADVOCATE join with
; with the aid of Mr. Clarence extended northern trip to Baltimore and summer-and It has not been a very arrest. H. Gleaon, Tuoa. NlchoL.n.a1l;; : Gallie

"t'".<'I'"' tine bUyer King (t-wpon) other cities. They were met and welcomed good: summer for such things either.There them bereaved la relative extending sympathies to the ____________ Capt and Mr*. J. O. Walton, Master;

Indian Wter Inlet && week; by a few of their Titusvllle is now a vacant chair at the summer Help Wanted. Claude Walton, TUusvllle Mr. and Mr*.
Il1n Wt :5 | friends the train stopped a few minutes bachelors' table, at the Indian River
: M- long and weighing as Minor, Tillman; Mis* Krnest, Lao tana;
LadleV Hat.
I ...* Mu. DeBogory Who by-theray, at the depot. Mrs. W. A. Ronald hotel and It Is said a spirit of loneliness White woman to cook, wash and do Attorney and Mrs. Reeves. Chicago; Mr.X. .

.. novice fa the piscatorial art, the mother of Mrs. Williams, Is now tn pervade the company as they meet at Latest style In winter mlllnery at general bouse work In small family Gllmore, Jensen Mr. Jno. Ferguson

: : ;;' ome of the scales of her spleo- the north, and will return In the course their meal thrice dally. W. M. I* reasonable prleea.MM. Address POSTMAHTEU. Kentucky; Mr*. Mary Wallace, Urban*

of two weeks. fntsKid. J. T. BtrirotM. Eden: ru. Ohio; Ml* Allen, Loadon, Eog.

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= ::1.. i tome eight thousand acre ha already TAX SALI IlKAL ESTATE FOR 1*)4. Clyde Steamship C<
Too SmileWeak been disposed of.
Tiredjo '
'r it ;. ': In keeping with the other rapid work STATE OF FLORIDA,

that ha been done, the grading of the t TOW OF TITUSVILLE FLA.

i fJi i ; i 1 Weary and Worn streets I II also being accompllahed. Th COUNTY OF DREV ARD.NOTICE }
plot shows a town fully laid out with IS HEREBY GIVEN l that the following- leseribed land will be sold
,It't r i$ Dizziness, Impure Blood-Cured by school and building site Auction on the First Monday In November, 1'Cl5.!'! at the City Council m
parka public ,
: 1 Hood' Rooms, In the Town of Tltusville County of Brevard State of Florida, or 10
1'\ i, besides reserved spots for various Industrie much thereof a* will be necessary. to pity the amount due on taxes, herein set oposlte .
i Many weak and worn-ont women that this new aettlement will { to the same, together with ow*. of such sale and advertising
t1l1. In
1' know just what moan totally
.. unlit condltlou poitaeM. HENRY T. TITUS
for work, they The streets are wide, and the building Collector for Town of Titusvllle.

;:1. force thrinsulvra Iota are ready for the erection of home '
i I' through the dully when the time cornea. --OWNER: r IESCItI"rICV.: AM?. TUell
t routine of duties, Although situated on the canal that Charlestoo/n.
y' almost too discouraged will ,not be the only mean of the new E E Turner. . E E Turner part of lot 1 land 2, described indeed New York, Florida Line
to even book J. page 2211. blk E. 11 73S
Inhabitants this ai
new town
4 'Y t As look for relief. reaching II Itay. . . part of lots 8, III( of F . . . . . 11 U
i' f I. Hut It is to bo the Florida Kant Count Hallway': will run A Montgomery. mart uf lot 1 des In deed book M. page 6:10: 11 l.i: The magnificent Steamships of this Line are a
directly through the clt, center. Itnknowo .4
{ towed In HOOtl' The streets and avenue have alreadreceived unknown : ; .:. :: . .lot I of blk. : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 93 pointed to sail as follows :

>:ct Barsaparilla| Those ( CWlelier . lotl0ofblkL. . . . . . .. . .4
which makes the their name running unknown . . lut I. east of lot 2. blkti. . . . . 413 Calling at Charleston, S. C, Both Ways.

( I blood pure, builds north and south are canal street, which M Gohillmlth lot of blk II) .. . . . . . . II 1.1Ii ( TA1 AA fl up the nerves run on the west bank of the canal; U Vanh\ndlngham lot 3 of blk U . . . .. . . . 8 62 From New Vnrk, Fmm.lackaunvllbl. (
Mere.Wi.Smlth makes the weak Thomas avenue Tragner street Bowers unknown lot 3 of blk 9 . . . . . . 3 2: IPIer20E.K.1: ) STEAMER 0".1..1011 r.la
i . . . . .. .((10)( ) W'edneaday. Se i"t. 211 marl: : am SEMINOLF.. Tuesday:; :: "ct I I
I' New Tork city. stronff! and gives street, Iteatty street St. Augustine Ii H Hay iot7ofblkl0. 73 Fri::to 27: :: I ml r. tn.:::: ('HERIIEEE.:: Thursday. ,. .:: \ ,:.:
Peter lIerthll"n lot O. Tuesday o.t. 1 1.0u am 1 Rm mm Pons. Snndat, .
this avenue Virginia street, ftitken street, Peter Berths lot 7. 4:1Huwell : Friday, 4: :: 3.101:: p p m ALitmMll'IN.: : Thursday. ,p:,. :I; : ,
j !, "I have suffered more than tongue csn Saginaw street, /Swlnton avenue, Sutton l Titua. lot 1. : M ;\IIIIIlay, 0 7..t 8.101 I' m :I'E\II\O; : Sunday, It 1 .t'm :

tell from dizziness[ [ and severe pains[ la my street Gaillard street Lalng and West MI.,1A, \ Ray. lot ((3 1: 33 Frldav Wemhmesday: :: I1:: :: 3 3Jsm:nm r. is u. ('HI.ROKFE InNlI omIS .: ".Tuesday Thursday' I ;, I I;,, : I:I "J.

I head. I al.-to[ felt so low spirited[ that I J F LeBal'on lot ;l 1" Tuesday 111 B.mie pm AiAmm.Ql'IN Snndav ? '
: :
The streets running east am :: i : :
i street :
: SEMI\Imf.E Thursday. :
e'rldav, Is 3.00 ut
often aatd I wished I was dead. A friend Mary Relnl. . lot 8. p I
west will be called{ Watson and bhulxe 73lluweil ; ;Monday. :l1..at 801'' I' 01 IIt.UoKtE .I'lInla'. .' "t 1 .

suggested I it a that trial I and try was Hood's more Bar than,ap.rllla.surprised street Mile avenue Dolby street, Atlantic unknown Titus lot lot U, 18 Wednesday Friday;: :: ;3: :: 3.1Sl 3.00:: r. tu.m : All(: ,!\(;W s. .. Tceslav Thursday;. ?" "; ?: I i" I

t give unknown lot 11\\ 1 Tuesday 29. at 3.00 I' w 8E\Il; \OLE Sunday, N"m ,t I.
I Ii
Miller Ingraham .
I ( m to lee what great change came avenue, street
< over me after I had taken the first bottle avenue, and Larsen and Market streets Mrs C Wleller lot 1. 43 18
1 unknown lot 1\\ :
1 I felt better right away. I have now taken On the east bank of the canal I is l.owry lJelia Hanllom. . 1.. bikll..2. 18 Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Line

J : Saraaparilla street which runs parallel with the unknown 4 8 iunknown. i
ood' canal.A ..... :. : 6, hi For the present and until further notice Steamer "YE (ASSEE"m IOlfnd

111%*%%*% feature In connection with Mr. Lin unknown . : : : : : j1 7 8 j ; : / : : : ; i A3unknown. 'I to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesday, and from (Cliarle,in, f

d mflhp; ton' plans that Is destined to become unknown 9 13 Il'hlladelphia. Sunday" Clone connection Is made at Charleston nub, i ''I}

i, I am entirely; eared.toaay Cures popular Is that the new settlers will T W Smith . III 3J: Florida Reamers for business.to and from Jacksonville and all Flomla ;i".n.

; 9 1 would advice all reside Inside the city proper a lot being unknown ;; : : : : : : : : ::: : : : :. Philadelphia and Interior points via Philadelphia
of Parts & Noll.1 ; all : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : 05
rafferlngon account of impure blood tot given each purchaser a forty-acr .
unknown Iota 1. : : Oi
1f ry Hood's Saraaparllla. H will cure."MR& tract for building purpose only. In unknown . . lot 1. Ui
L t, WM. SMITH 819 E. 88th 8t., N. Y.City. this way each man will be at home every unknown. . . 2. IIi St. Johns River Line.

S ': Hood'C Pill become the favoriteoJ.thartluT'hU evening with his family and will enjoy Robert Hanlllllll. all of 1i
T'hU 1 everyone who tries them, 29o per box. unknown . lot 7. (13
the derived from being a
advantages unknown . 1. 2..4 117 For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points c
r town resident. Directly In the town' unknown. .. 3. Ui I

t I I SOCIETIES, ETC. center Is a plot laid out for a park op-| unknown . .Iota I. 2. 3 : 92;! the St. Johns River.

ltf posite which will be the public and unknown lots 4. 6. 8 9.2;!
I ': unknown. lot 0 92;!
school buildings churches and other StoevxrxorCAPT.: Elvorg1ac1.o,
i { and James>owe. . lot 211 UJ
: ; building sites. Mrs John Whitlock. tote 23.2;; . 73; W. A. S1IAAV,
4 I The location of the new settlement E C Graunllli lot 2i It It . . . 143unknown. tIe
Accepted Masons I could not be better It being on high lot 3r, mm ms I. It . . . 111'1' appointed to tail from Jacksonville Tuegdaj I anil Saturdays at ale: ) I'. in returnim. I..

11:, land surrounded fine unknown lot 30 .u : . . 1 18 Sanford Mondays and Thursday at B:u0< > a. ui
pine by a farming Mrs Whitlock lots 2\), 31" It . . 17(1tVmGibson (

I 'l OFree; section, for which the east coast Is noted. . north aU lot 12 Joyner'laddition toTltu8vllle. 40.1unlnown. Sot'Tll ROCND. \OIiTH kui 1
Indian : TltunllIeHlver The fine depot site. Is located directly I In . . .lot 13. It I 18 Rea11 dawn. 8nUUl'.E. I krad uy;

i Fla. the of the town. LInton !la unknown. .lot 14 55 1 18 Leave 8.30p.m. .Jacksonville. .. .. .. Arntm
Lodge No. 00 center Batel. . lot 1.5 .. It 1 18 ,. ...l'alatka... .. .. .. .. lease I.)
neo D 5.411p.m.

'I Ia I: de,7 ridet Holds",AIaNnri.': each NimU IU meetlnca p..uumtly m.J the at the....eo.1 Omrt, and 6.house ii.fourth RAY. Titus.i .FrI. of canal bounded Atlantic the and Everglades on Is avenue the surrounded west, the pn by the principal the by east fine fresh lands.by water street the. J unknown.unknown D DavllJ.. .,. .... .. ... ... .. .. ..lottmd.. lots lot lot 64 18 10\ 20 & wi 21 It"It.It is"It. .It"55. 4 118 III 01unknown. r.1" Arrive.,,..,,, .elm 928 mash 4.311 5.30 tl 30 a.a.a.a.a.a. m m m.nt.m m:..::::!!..:.'...:....:......::::.:::!!::....!'....Astor...Enterprise lieresford iSan ,rd........._..;;...._....;.._..._....!!!::_!_..._......._.._...._......._...._.. .... ._. ._._ :\_._a',) :[

Y. tItIo. W. M. unknown. . . 7 Roldcll'l Addition.to Tltulv1lle. .. 1 18
: running from east to west run to the lHIknown. . . It 14'. It . . 1 IS
1 ocean, spanning the canal by mean ofa unknown. . . 12" ... . 1 18 Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., JacksonvllI. '
J" .e ::1; KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. wcll-constructed bridge. On the east unknown .. .. 13" u . . 1 IS H. CLYDE, A.T. S![.. F.. M. iRoNMOxom: JR., Fla. I'IMet
1 Seminole Lodge, No.36. holiln Its mratinit at side of the canal are the muck lands. unknown. .. 14 It 55 ... . 1 18unkno'll'n. B Howling Green, >ew York. M West Hay Bt.Jackson, 111, I
't I the Court house, the liMIt four Thursday "veiInin . . ." 15 It . . 1 18 THEO. O. Ennr.R: T. M., also L. HOWARD Fla. Fr't Agt.,
I I of earn month at 8 o'clock p. in. while to the east of the entire place I lathe unknown. . . "III" .. .. . . 118 B Howling Green New York. Foot Hogan 8t..lac oon"u' f
n'1 1>. H. I'HiTOHAKn, J. T. REVNOLIM, Atlantic ocean, where the beach I la unknown. . .It 11 It II II .. .. ., 118 A. J COLE General Passenger Agent, J. A. LKsur: f>n]>erlnteiiilent

1 li- C. C. K.ofR.&R. hard and wide and the scenery beautiful. unknown. . . .. a 18" II It.... .. 1 11'1' B Howling Green New York. Foot Hogan St ,,ack c'"I1I1'.l,}

i Ii t A fine ocean park will also be one of tile unknown. . . It lU" II 54 .... . 1 11'1' D. I). C. MISK, G. F. A., 12Bouth Delaware Avenue, I'hllaileli'hU'
INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. unknown. . 20" II . .. 118 "'111. P. CLYDK CO., General Agent,
1 Drill at the Armory, over county jail. every beach t attractions while bathing will be unknown 21" a . . 118 tt S... Delaware A.., Philadelphia.. 5 Howling Green New i Turk
t II' s. Tllardayevesilug In the A. T.month I'KAITKK, at ',C o'clock.|'Ullll another. On the ocean beach U situate Bradford Godfrey. .. 2:1: It It 55 .... . 111'1ACSammla. '

( I the House of Refuge, which 1 la just north . a 25 It .. . 118
f I of the famous wild orange grove which unknown . 2ft.. .5 55 . . 1 18
I Job Wolward. 3J.! II ..,. .. .. 112
+ f CHURCHES.EISCOPAL this section
much attraction to
''i I lend: so unknown . . a 40" 55 . .. 92JobllVoodward ;!
I' r CHURCH.krvlcei I of the East Coast. The forty-acre par 4:1": 55 . . l'J Southern --,
: coin are divided olT into tract of muck Gel' Dennlngl .. 411" .5 55 . . 3 3:1: .1ir --_- _-
the ht and 3rd flun month, at 11 a. .... and 7 JO p. m. Sunday.cliovary <.. and high pine lands, so that the settlercan ..
I ,Y HumUy at JJO: p. n | at 8 11 Hay. . . b0 ,1 5 . . 1 91 '
j I I .: i.OIi.I:; service: cultivate his vegetables on the former It '
p. in. on a every Ibmbbins&Graham. "ii,64" . ." 02';!
,d'I Friday at 10 a. 01.RKV. II. F. IIBOWH Rector. while the latter will produce the unknown. . . II)2\ RailwayABSOLUTELY

I I' finest kind of citrus fruit ul/known. .. . 1i7 II . . 1J2
Not only Is Mr. LInton enthusiastic 11 B Archibald et al "U.i" .4 .... . 03;!
i I MKTIIom.ST CHURCH. John Myers . I B FI er'aadl tlOn 3 28E
I vi Service at Tltunvllle every flnt second and over thU new burg that bears his name II Carlile. n' !\ : : : : : : : : : : : : : :: : : 112 THE SHORTEST ROUTE.THROUGH .

third Sabbath atlla.I in. ami T p. in.; HumUywhool : but othera Are Interested as well. In IS 11 Hay . 1C"\ so .. . . . 94:!
at in o'cliH'k I a. m.every Snnilayi' t Kpwort fact, the entire throng of Mlchiganders, Sam Futch 3 It C It . . . . 1 18
League at 3 m. Hunilay Thayer uwmethmg7u'ckokeveryThnrsdaynight.
i p. every :: \ .; The labile am who are the representative of the new //S 11 Ray It 1.5" E It It. . . . . 1 18 PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
cordially Invited to attend our aemuea. Stephen Ellis mm 3 u E u u . . . . 2 :33IiHall. .
: 8. W. LAWLER, Pastor.i. settlers, are particularly Jubilant. They . . s' 1 F" mm . . :. . 118 COMPARTMENT CARS DINING CARS
i. have visited the town and are pleased S II Hay. . ::1 iota bounded N. by Gordon st. S. by Broad THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAIN

BAPTIST CHURCH.I'rearhlnK with Ita prospect et. W. by Fisher add.. E. by De80to It. !0 I 12
"If wild will there as Della Ransom part of n w tj of n w 5. del In deed book D.
I every aecoml ami fourth Sunday. orange" grow paje 71, sec 4, t2L. r33e. . . . 5431V QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NA IED.
morning and evening. Prayer Meeting remarked
t i Tuesday evening, at Ti.10: o'clock. Sunday I every Sunday: al 5:4.5: a. in. Alan :preaching:: I party, producing one of the citrus famIly 4t21range33e.: . . . . 543
I lint.Sunday All at lAdrange invited; Hemmd to attend.Sunday, tlakJlill. that came from the famous wild or- E J Harrill. . . south H acres of lot 1. described deed book North said: Eat. North and We"t.NO..e .

are cordially "I that this fruit O. page 21'<8. . . . . . 4 51L : '
I H. A. tlKiou: Paitor. ange am sure f.
grove Whitlock. . lot 7. sec 4, t 22, r 33; e . . . . . 11 13; ."0. ... M0. I. o
well cultivated would do a great deal ALL TRAINS DAILY ":ass u.- t.arw: ALL TRAINS DAILY. u- ::
unknown..w !J.. of I 'II' of netysee4t22r33e. 833 u./tw. art- en.uar
CATHOLIC CHURCH. wtter." .. .. .
unknown. ofnwt4ofne(4seo4t22r3Se. 1382 g
e.. 120
... A P. pm
Jacksonville, 7.C&: P. 710 am 520 LY.lackIODy1I1e. F.e. ;
Service at ID a. a,. every Sunday. In hall over "I suppose from what you say the unknown. . '.e ,. of I w \" o' n e see4t22r33e.; 1388: : Everett, : 5 pe Everett, Soa erD. :en: I e'
Indian River State Hank. ( h/ldreu'scatechism of fruit has been J l' Turner . lIOuth part of lot b. blk B. Coleman' adJI- Savannah' :: ,r :g :: I :n:: ;r. Macon, : 7 .1aPAr. !lJP
I kt 1 p. u. REV. J. F. O'HovLE. Rector. growing; mlsreprcscned Won to Titunllle . . . . 16 00 Columbia. SOnlheru...? 1I000pm .00am Atlanta, 710 114.S.m I a
baa It not asked the reporter. J l' Turner . lot 4 and 5 of block C. Coleman'l addition Charlotte,suhmglon l :: :::: : :1 : : 30 W ;: "" Chattanooga Clncinn a ;......_: 7 W.m pm 7 gP

t "Ye, It ha*. We were told by par to Titunllle . .'. . . . 2 48 Aeltlmore Henn.SR .... I tie am II 2ipm Southern \2 01 D'n
Ar BIrmingham
1, Y. !M. C. A. ties In the northern part of the state unknown . lot 6, blk C, Coleman' addition to Titunllle. 1 43 "" I'bll.lelpbla New York "" ....' U 10 !113 la am f 100 20 am SL Lnula" Cairo Ib Lln.. so.m
The regular' Sunday afternoon prayer meetingof hat would not grow here and J I' Turner . loti 7. 8 and I 0} of block C. Coleman'l addition pm am Ar. Memphis K. c..H. .. a. --00-(
the Y. M. C. A. will tw hell every Sunday orange to Titusvillo . . . .t. . 3 1S3 Ar. Asheville, Soutbem...... ..._........ 1010 am Ksmae City, : f 00 pm
aftenuwn at 4"e p. au.. at the l..b'terl..11Clburcb they also stated that the land would J I' Turner . .lot 12 and 13 of block C, Coleman'l addition

,i Tr until farther notice. lardly I produce anything. But we have to Tltllnllle . . . . . . 11 3.1 For full Information apply to any Agent of this great Railway
discovered that to be false for the lands Howell{ Titus . . .1J0uth 4 of bbl 1. Titus addition to TltulVllle. I IJJ: connections.
A1)H COUNTY'S IMtOUltKSS. peculiarly adapted to the cultivation J T !Stewart. . lot I block 4 .. .. I 44 System, or Its
fete . 3 d 5' .0 MABOWIW,
..i Meyen. 9:1: W, A. TURK C. A. BENSCOTER, S. H.
of of all we are not at It s' "t-
crop Annette t'levelan.I. I 8 *,*
1 73 .'. Dial Paso
O.n.ral P.... Agent Aut Gee Pail. A.
l New Towns! on New Itlvor. all discouraged." Flora Turknette ,, /b 8 .. .. u 1 75 Agent ATLAnTA.f
"The colony represent," said Mr. Mrs C Bravo. . 8 8 sr et 1 73 ,
LInton I I. the name of the new town Mrs C IIravo. . .. I 9 "K m. .. 55
.Intou In walk of life 1 76 W. D. ALLEN
t to be Inhabited. solely by colonies from "people every Stephen EIII. . s e cur of I e4 of s.4 mce'l .lditlon. . 510 ,
tt Michigan. It I.I located on the Kant and In the best of standing in Michigan.The J C Greele1" II e 1 a e 1 dell In deed book Q. page t'Id, Ulce'li Florida Passenger Agent,

Coast Canal at a point jiut sixteen' mile majority of them are farmera, and ad"itlon. . . . . . . . ... 1 6& 212 West Bay Street JACKSONVILLE F*>-
hey are not green either. They have C G Graham. . a .11 e 1 Bea In dee book 1.. page 1111. lUce'l
.1 south of here in, the midst of the com there but the cold .addition . . . . 16Jamel -& July !1Rth. isna.
been doing nicely
I Ing farming auction In the state, and CGreel1 .s e-t I e4 del in deed book 1'. pale 38. Rice'

perhaps In the south. The new town U winter are a great setback to them. addition. . . . . . 1 U .- -
r named after Conjirouiniaa W. S. LInton, They are coming here to reside permanently l.Iule F Rico part of blk 5/ des In deed book S. page 138,

and will support! their home Inustrle Rlce'li addition .. . . . .. 1 64IVm
of Michigan, who I I. the prime mover I which will be numerou. There Smith .all\ of blk 2. Hlce'l .1tI1t1on. . . .. 2 211 WE DELIVER
In the Michigan-Florida! colonization It n WOt"bll, part of bllt K" .. . . . i 41L :!.
scheme, says the Went Palm Hooch: correspondent will be over 4iM( here In a short while." I n Ltms,kani. ..s e cor. bllt 1" . . . . 1 73 ,
of the Citizen. W. M. Featherly, a prominent Jour- I.otena lines lot lOt( square o. bit 11 Rice' .Mltlon. . 1 18
l alist and editor of the Monitor, of Au E; I I Ides balance of Rice' add. of gee 83, T t'l, R 36 3 37
Scarcly two month ago nothing wee Sable Mich., 1 I. one of the party. He I I. unknown . n 11'-1 of s e 1 sec 33. t'ea', r 33 e. . . .. 161)3! q1J A Piano or Orga a
m beard of the town, unlea Mr. Union E It( H/ce /part o' a w'l of I e-1 see 31. t 2"1. r Me. 2 31S :
mentioned! the fact to a few of his per' alllO enthuaed over the new town, and J Norton lIOuth-4 of euH of lot 2 bllt D. Ii b7Fe

aonal friend. Now LInton U a common should the growth warrant It, he will AT YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION with completi .': .

i inibably establUh a newspaper there. to approval after trial In required ''rm'! ,
1 name, and the new town between the your own houae. No money I
i : famous lllllaboro river and Lake Worth All the rest of the advance guard: are llamaaityh Saks I Ttmmjfatfu Graimaa, thoroughly/ satisfied. Our prices are as low as any house In the I'm' I -'

1 on the canal and Florida East Coat equally: elated, and the prospect for Young Man (bou tfully)-I ain goingto 1 There are many utorion of Lord Tf'n.nJllOD" our terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an m>11'
.Inton Dad Fla. are caw the AtUntio in this 80 tot bout The Celebrated CONOVER.
county vnliir
I known very r' gruffness of manner.
I '
Railway by everyone. with but this dog. Ooody The .
no couipauiou Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.The
bright. one onxuiou he wee at a Kurd ioparty
The rapidity with which the new act- > frivtiiU Beautiful SCHUBERT.I I
and Homebody offered him
tlement ha advanced In the month OftiCl'r-1 a And
post Humane mud stop yon air. KINGSBURY.
sandwich. lie wad Litxrioiuly mooch'
or *o U marvelous though it U the remit A a."le ........ ""Stop me? .And" what for pray?" lug this when the boateM rushed up to Vocallon. Aeollon Farrand Votey, CHICAGO CO TTAC

of a great deal of hard work on the "Yonng wan," said the nearsighted UumlU t"lluwlUllt11, him with anxious inquiries about hi* ORGANS. -

part of Mr. LInton and his aaauclatea. passenger, "would mind getting Haven't I aright to risk health and entertainment "Thank iV.
you np his. if I"Oh. you, Brass Inlu. Write us. w' mmmousy.
;t For wine time put the civil engineer/ and giving this out KWitUuaa a seat)" my" madam be said "I am eating a aandwieh. .
1 but I
that's all mast In-
yt t' "Sir!h" exoUinMsi the bloomer Are aaudwiehes
have beea engaged In the tack of laying girl terfere. The caa't "-owvelan4 your usually
* 1 out tie new place Now the plate are and the beard! Udy limultAn lJlU l.7.- Plain Dealer.1 dog go. made of old boot}" rl'hc .t 33. C.uUhCll CO..

all completed, and considerable of the Chicago Tribune. ''J.\CJ:SO 'VILLE, FL j1'



-- -- --- -
Curds..gwelsL I

W.tLuall.O...... The ....U_ pr,d r4 l y.. 1:1.,."... PLANT SYSTEM.
t .a,BU9/. .t ORAIIAM Running Away. c Fertilizers for Fall Cropsshould

Nothing tat a rid on an earthquake

/TTORNETS-AT.LAW, could be compared to the sensation of being contain a high percentage of Potash to M ----

''I:I gOtR:,nd:From 8 to 4 p. moo 12 a. m., Nothing run stops away his with wild by rash an, and elephant.he does of insure the the soil.largest yield and a permanent enrichment 5f. :her: : oct :3Po-ssengr: : : Service. I

not swerve for an obstacle, but goes

:Tt"VltLl, Brevard Co., Florida. straight at it. A few shakes fling off I Write for our "Farmers Guide" a UJ-pnge illustrated book. It 71 Dou"blo daily 'Jra.ins.':

*;:cl..ld bat'. | all the court*-ittte and f.d everything on his back, and the rider Is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be tent free and (
has but a second or two in which to will make and Address
I. gave Jv
I you money.
'or examining and perfect- I
,IIIlatlllllet dfist. make up his mind which overhanging GERMAN KALI WORKS, 91 Name Street,New York.Walton's .. Unexcelled Pullman Equipment. *# 4'-'
MnnertoLotn.ATTORXEYATLAW.. branch he will cling to or if he will risk

I throwing himself off. A broken neck I. t

I INOK 8. JONES world be the certain consequence of re- _

maining. As for stopping him, somebody

has well said that yon might M I Rapid! Calking Machine, Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston. Q f

e. well try to stop a runaway locomotive I K.OO, 110.00, and *15.00 each. In us. 2 '.
rs MLLE, BREVARD CO., FLA by pulling with your walking stick on I by many of the principal boat-bulldei 'II II' II' to Montgomery / '

Judge of Brevard County. the funnel as to seek to check an elephant Iin the North. /bee pamphlets and te tl- t
a nasty at such a moment with the goad. monials II 11 '"1 (" to Tifton

By stroking elephant's ftp in a certain
gar'tell: J. T. SAKDERS, John Ph. I). of the University
manner can make it like
you pur
SJIIt1.itLDEY. SANDERS, a huge grimalkin till the earth shake of Michigan, has been elected professor I These trains carry through Pullman Sleepers I

beneath your feet. When it is afraid or of philosophy De Tauw univer

10., ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, angry, it squeaks like an unoiled hinge. sity. to ,New York Washington Philadelphia, ,f
I II But when it suddenly jump aside like .,
I ", lire In all the Contt of the State ,
I .Ida" ,and the United State Cuorte.l a flea you imagine for a moment that Wonderful are the cures accomplishedby Globe ClM Knulna IK to 79 h. |>? Marine' IK to Baltimore, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati ,
I .oi.S& TITUS VILLE, FLA. the ultimate\ terrestrial cataclysm ha Hood's /Sarsaparilla and yet It Is only 75 h. p.,,nutloniirr.8eml lor. ,
I 1 Money to Loan. 18 gone off. because Hood's /Sarsaparilla, the one Be.lUmp cnulojm IIKN.I.: W JKROMK, : St. Louis, Mobile, New Orleans, Atlanta, and

I The Malays never wholly trust their true blood purifier, makes pure, rich, Arlllng! Agent for 8t Jnhnmiml Indian Diver'
I blood. Countries I'. t). lit. Uivle I'la.
REYNOLDS healthy Chattanooga.
II ,
TOME elephant and were nervous at my familiarities
with mine, a sweet temperedold I
A ATTORNEY T.LA W. female on which I rode hundreds of Hood's Tills for the liver and bowels,

miles. During the midday halt I need act easily: yet promptly and efficiently.Sam The Largest and MostCom-

i Hutchinson Avenue, to call her up, and she would como and
plete Establishment South.
stand with one foot on each side of iny / Jones, the revivalist, smokes 15:
"ripe Floilda. chest as I lay on my back and fed her
1eC I cigars a day. GEO. S. HACKER & SON
with bananas. I was never angry! with ,
,WKJ.ITITUS, her but once, when ho. tried to kill the For the 1.0r.I'sSake/ Harrison I III the
d I name of a Texan colored l man.how's .
f cook.On I Y
VtronXEY-AT-LAW. one orraolon a little elephant of II

a "? 1.+,itAttorney for Hoard of tensed her beyond endurance, and she I
i a'iinsliineri' and bounty &dlcitor.TiTUSYILLE turned and gave him a shove that lauded .
We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardto ,
him feet at tho buttons ofa im
ft."- "< E14.ivt uppermost
any case of Catarih that cannot be
deep brook. For two hours he screamed curud: by \ '* Catarrh; Cure.

i i (till Silas It. Wiight.. like a steam whittle while we were .... J. CHENEY CO., prop tr
n', at-Law, DcLand, Fla.I all engaged in getting him out. Toledo: ,'o.
Every night when we reached camp We the umlersljjlied have known F. J. .1
tl.l I VVHIGIIT artJ1ranilfaCtf11'ers
t ,
and the loads were taken off each driver Cheney for the last: 15 years alul l believe

IVM'nAXCE:. AGENTS, would hobblo his boast by tying its front him perfectly honorable In all liiiRincss it :' I
legs together with rattan so that it could transactions and financially able to carry
imille, Florida. out any obligation made by their firm :
only hop with both together. Then a
the "Old Hartfoul wooden bell around its WKST & TKUAX, Wholesale Druggists/; of The INN Port all the
"presenting huge was hung Toledo, O. Tampa: open year.The .
,'r IKNII A London & Globe, and all theIR neck, and it was turned loose to wanderin WALDI.VO, KI.NXAN & M Auvi.x, Whole. Doors Sash Blinds I..

companies. Are prepared toe the jungle. All night long the faint sale Druggists, Toledo, O. .
'. lard line up to tJO,0)0:! In any part of dong, dong of these bells mode a mourn Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally

county. ful noise around the camp. At daybreak acting directly upon the blood and Moulding and Building Material. l
each driver tracked his elephant by the mucous surfaces of the system. I'llco Plant Line.

Ivan DAY, DADK COUNTV. sound often going many miles for him. 7'; c per bottle. Sold by all drug llItJt.Testimonl,18 Office and Warerooms, King, Opposite Steamship
W EWAN, -Atlanta Constitution. I
U. S. COMMISSIONEH. Cannon Street,

Votary Public State at Large. THE STORY OF A POULTICE.After HE WANTED TO KNOW.But 1\.0..... luxiii'ioiiM Hl <'IlIII..IoI11'0 '

Charleston S. C.
and Selected; Conveyances made. They Got II on the Boy Had Something the Sporting; Editor Found the Qaretloa in tlio Mont lioi'iin 'Vut errs. J
spondence solicited. Address: to Say. Too Deep For UI.... .

Bay View Hotel Office, Cocoanut, Ewan's Landing Grove, Family discipline is still maintained "Is this tho placo where they answer Sash Weights Cord and Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa .

in some American families, as of courseit questions?" asked the rough lookingman Key West and Havana. ,,
ought to be in all. The Rehoboth as he entered the little back room
... .
I Herald furnishes an instance. A small in a newspaper office. Hardware. { Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile.
sliver in his foot, according to
If boy got a "There's a man on the staff! who ....
f ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, The Herald and his mother expressed make a bluff at doing it," said the r{
her intention of putting a poultice on sporting editor "but he Isn't here now. Window and Fancy GlassA 11. W. WKENN, Passenger Traffic Manager

I West, Florida. the wound. The boy, with the natural "Oh well, maybe you'll do," said Savannah Git.
foolishness which is bound up in the SPECIALTY.
the .
Ill l Itrang'r."We
practice in the United States
heart of a child, objected to the proposed '
I don't answer verbal questions,
I UU Courts. Ojun05; remedy."I protested the sporting editor. "Write

I--- won't have any poultice," he de. your questions out and send them in. Have you seen It' !Seen w hat? Why The Central ; !

))11 Ii L. WILLS, clared."Yes, you will," laid both mother thought"It isn't perhaps much you"of -a question, and I you the Walton own a sail Rapid or row Calking boat,Machine.don't fail to If florida ( peninsular Railroad .

and grandmother firmly. The majoritywas "Oh, I don't know where the reference
hand. Is labor
have I It
PHYSICIAN A: SURGEON, one on great
two to one against him and at bed "
books interrupted tho newspaper
saver, anIII patented In the United Short Lino Ix't\\eou Florida Dud nit Northern PolntM. I
FLORIDA. time the poultice was ready. man.

The patient was not ready. On the "They wouldn't do you any good anyway /States, Great lIrilaln, Canada, etc. A Everett Savannah Augusta, Ga., Columbia Washington Baltimore ,
-Ilutchinson Avenue, near contrary, he resisted so stoutly that a ," said the stranger. "This n't a few of the state rights will be sold at a
r River hotel. switch was brought into requisition. It book question; it's an up to date mod reasonable: figure. Apply to J. O. Walton Philadelphia New York Boston and the East.

was arranged that the grandmother em one. It'* timely, you understand. Tltusvillo, Fla.
''H S ASPINWALL, should apply the poultice while the "Well, then, fire ahead. I may know Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati
mother with uplifted stick, was to standat something about it." and Chicago

the bedside. The boy was told that if "It's about the new woman" Everett, Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City, St.
&t.\J. ESTATE &: INSURANCE. he "opened his mouth" be would receive "Stop there I" cried the sporting edi Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.

something that would keep him tor. "That's clear out of the sporting River Junction, l'onlllll'IJIlMobil!', New Orleans Texas, Mexico, Californiaand

I '.ALLIE' . FLORIDA. quiet deportment. In theI'aciiloCoast. KtfwtUo, .J nly H, iDd.

The hot poultice touched his foot and "No, it isn't" protested the stran ,, New York 1.1",11..1 and New York EaeiI. I
ff CRAVEN he opened his month."Yon" ger.' "The bloomer girl belongs to that _o. 1MwoS4 Mall....... J"'ko..n.. TIW1: a. tn.Hiwwr and Call:: .
', 1-ullmnn
with Ttiniiiuli fur ore
) |
he began. department along with the bicycles, t. lverstL; r."""& (Coliiu.lila W..hIrIKtoO.11a1-.
DENTIST "Keep still\ said his mother, shaking doesn't she?" PoorHealth t liniore, riill&i|"l| lila. New York IbMtiui anil ally
..... ArrivssJackronlllelOnos.m/ .
ra ," I"te. :
her tick, while the grandmother ap autur.
Tic "Maybe she doe, replied sporting t anti *,40 p. in.
> VILLE, FLORIDA. plied the poultice. editor. "I hadn't thought of that 1 e.++ d bumarttuent'sr. between Ht. Anituntln and I
Ct Md Once more the little fellow openedhis Go ahead." J eY New York Dining cart |u and from \\MliiMK-
rooms In Ray building, up- tun.
mouth. "Well, you see, I'm a street car con .
talrs, Washington avenue. 1In_ ..r
f- ductor. e+ Only Line Through .". IlfoaoU'ul HillCountry
But the uplifted switch awed him into "Yea." 1, of n ..m>U, and
I a F
Y; :Id'Il'j
:.. :
/ V M'KiiihU; sass a. in.liirlJtkullty. .
ia Grown Trees silence. "And I want to know It the bloomer much than w % J'1.n Wve (bib, Miullnon, Montlrwllo,
means so more
In a minute more the poultice was girl will get off the car backward likethe" ti' 'Ttllsheme., River Juuutlim rmiww.ila Molula,
firmly in place and the boy was tacked imagine-serious and Ncwlirlnaim,and Ih. viutliwmt, M'ik-o' fall-
you ',_
r. F" forulaandtb.l'telaa ( c. larrloa 1:11"1": .
1 MUSS in bed. But the sporting editor had thrown fatal diseases result from "'4 / ", : Arrive*Jiu'.kxmoillo Iau a. ",.
BUDDED < --... ;
"There said his mother. rya
now that
both hand as an intimation the
up .
be drawn out, and Ed trifling ailments neglected. It ._".. J.o"III..III1. a. 10. for IIUrll.. lIa...
range Grapefruit Seedless old sliver will problem was clear beyond him.-chi. : ,?,. tlmrusSliver Sl.rlntStale ,lam. rilleCater
die' foot will be all well"The cago Post Don't play with Nature's \ pry, Wlldwa:: LwaburR I : Tartrss, Ap..' tea.ia .
,"soda, Laaeg'lae. Iis. r ('Itl, liedty, I6l
mother and grandmother were i 1
ra Kfalt health.Bruwtis .
and Lemon Trees, moving triumphantly away when a nil 1Jaaa. n_ greatest gift- 11 Tampa ArrlveJMkssrnvlll.i.Op.m.S
--FOR SALE.- shrill voice piped from under the bed. All tourist in the highland know Uyee.rahells' \" Cincinnati and Flnriila I.Imltad. Leave Jack.invlllnS.wn. .
Al 1 Oat of aorta,wea Y Z l 0 0 f m. Bollil VMtlliul*Train. Tin*
A N ot I Florida clothe: Banavia. They may not know why a .
grown. Our stock and g" n e sllttl.ur.r166oursW, Cincinnati, via Mitcio
I stared by freeze. Buy Florida "You've got it on the wrong foot"BteTeuon'a lobster Is, in the west highlands, called panted,asyvesa, qe I Atlanta tbattanixiKa. Cunnceti for NanhrllUi.l .
In h.v. ao appctli leulerlik, ,, ihliairo and all ,.late north saily
'De trees, better trees and at less "a Banavia flea." Fr'omabook referredto ..d caat ...orll. 'u// r,, wmt: Arrive Jacaonlll 10 Jo a. ui.
> than can be had outside of the Pity Tow Beggar we gather that a good many years begin ale>ctak. reattlczma_ I .

-Ie 'I'all on or address, Stevtnson' pity wa a very marked ago an American wa stopping at the 'bl lag.. itrnfthnlirmtdiclac.wkkh tko moss r.lla- rrrw '', MulySpringaRtirt.. St.inallKaosuCitr.

GEO. H. WRIGHT, Duality and it extended to beggars Banavia hotel, and be made himself Iron I I la ,,,,,r,,, 1 a. ,,,,, ChlvaKU. Isar. Jr'kMIpv1II./U. p. m. laMaoon
8'.....'. Iron, Bit.Ura. Atlanta, ttlrnilngnam. Holly Springs
Orlando, Fla. which Is, I think toO too far. Ui optimism very obnoxlou by his contemptuous" A few bo Ht. Chicago, Hluux Pity Through Rkwtwn without
however suffered a ruae sno & mark on Scottish scenery "Den Nevis ties tore-beh.11 rhanx:toKannl'ItyandSi.Louis: Jlli: on* chang to Chlvago and clout City, Arrive ,

hn B, Stetson University in South Andley street one summer aft ," he said "do you call that a mountain Bitters very cone Cm from dote tbs-<< Jai beel.M.-I.oial.kwtnvllla III:.",a. m.fur Tallaha and laterm.dlatepoInt.. Arrive "

ernoon. We met a stalwart beggar ? Ton should we oar mighty Rocklel M'< IM rfrtttit Olio: f. M. -Kor Tampa! sad .. |x>lnt ullinan eleep.rs.I ArrlveJacknenrlll.eaos.m.Yoe .
DeLand, Florida. whom I refused to aid. Louis, however I Loch LinDbeI I Do you call that a aid la a.h.It'splcaaaat HunitoriMinirilJ MI.n.. H: |&rtanuurg and A..lM.lll.., leave Jackaonvlll. dally at eau: ... m., wits
wavered and finally handed him six lake Ton should see oar Lake Superior Via Ma.m, Atlanta,two Train. lIaU)'. Lear.Jackaoovlll, T:* a. m. and 5-20 p. m. Pullmaa

i,ota ***... College, Normal School pence. The man pocketed the coin forbore I" and 10 on. The highland waiter It Cures ruusaa sleepers AtUata on,ualnc all Sight tin Holly Train.H|:rlng*..lc..|wn can ramala la tlwlr" berth* until tn a. m.
) 4rt hi benefactor, but fixing and live
school and Coowrratory of to thank wa exasperated, procuring a
""ti I to JJMltwloB.!., of are rank. Faculty of his eye on me said in a loud voice lobster he secreted It, in requital of the Dy.pep..U, Kidney and Uver If-; .fiend tow Heet Iwlexed. Township Map of Flurlila to

>"ur" d I 14 aiT. m| lighted Senn br elegant etortnelty.bulldlnn HotyI "And what fa the other little gentleman insult, in the American' bed. Hardly NetirmlU. Trouble, N. K. PENXIXOTOX, A. O. )MAcDONELL

> <''t&ler' rPrtmeiit i of ?by.tcsl equipped Culture, going to give met" "In future" said had the American gone to sleep when Constipation B4 Blood Traffic Manager. General Passenger Ag't .
iiT strode coldly on, "I shall the lobster caught him firmly by the
"** :L&ry'IMatoyoung BM>n' Library ofS Louis M we MaUrU Nervous allmeat.Womea' <
"aw sad be the other 'little gentleman' "- toe, and he jumped oat of bed with a
compUlnts. -- --- ---- --
,I .. pASJrHT'Pry.TS "Personal Memories of Stevenson) by yell and rang for the boot "Boot,"
Gueei tke gencln*-H kai creased red
-:-::: wttb : I niil Edmund Gave in Century he said solemnly rubbing his toe a* he Mass oe the* wrapper. All others ate anaMMttea. -
SH HS-iS' poke, "you may not he,.. such big o. receipt ol two tt. 81."'" ..
will seed of TM e..Uf.a W.rl.'ar.4
lIT*"" for eataloKueKi, Ulr full taf01 ft* Jha Mlllala. mountain and big lake here a* we ".... sad book-lree.

JOHN r FORBES rrmldent. It 1* Mid of Sir John MillaJ. the have in the states. bat 0I1 have the IROWN CHEMICAL co. ALTIMOMC. Ma .
artist that given a short brier wood DId tarnation big flea ever' experienced. .

1 pipe, a comfortable chair and a pack of "Leaden Paper.In .

t. :, card with which to play "patience" When a man marries he fully intend THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
satisfied with existence the year 1788 that muter of theatrical ,
i serenely
to be No. tin the family but often tin
i of the art, Cclley Gibber wrote "U
? for the time being. Ifillal *one
fall oat wid b. Up e, into '
point drop Patented in the United States Great Britain and Canada.
s attained distinctionin that feel not himself the passion h* ,
1.,55 ,lire prodiiPwbo "
later life. Be won a medal for draw. would raise will talk to a slipping andienoe. n0 one _

1'e' ing wben only e.'and at 11 he wa a ." Spain. Italy Sweden hanover Russia in Use by some of the Principal Eoat Builders la the United Stites.

student of the Royal Academy of Arts Austria and Turkey receive daily
S'ttt fame h* i* a man la T64 the cold at Oonctantinople wa
In the fallaeM of hi* weather reports from Paris and Loo dec.
'4 So of gorpriaiagrr simple tastes and habit. ao severe that the Black.. wa frozen TITUSVILI.E FLORIDA.
L for (0 mile from snort Arabia,..allO called from iu inhabit-

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INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE. 4- a hundred-most of whom arA liquors are kept for sale, and to seize the : revenue, S. O. Vanlandingham. JAMKS: PBITCHARD, President, ; W. n. BARXCTT, Vlce.Prelld tilt:
-+ V. M. BROWS Cashier
heads of families. It Is confident same and arrest the parties so engaged I The Board adjourned until Oct. 0th. ,
and (HO of the tine lit) collected shall be at which time all members were presentexcept
DZTt4OPMat ly believed that the population of paid to such officer for his services" I F. T. Budge.It RIVER STATE
A w..aL' lOC."L D..OT.D
? OTRa "DtA" altta. WR. this infant town will exceed five: The reader will see! that the two I, II I ordered that Anna Cove be BAN

WI.TII..D ..IIIC..A'I.CTIO.I. hundred before the close of the sections of this act are In direct I placed on the pauper list atthe rate of

The construction of stores 13 per month. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of
year. Florida
conflict. Which section hold I
will The tax books for 1805 being presented )

will be begun during the coming The first section Is the same as the i by the tax assessor for acceptance Authorized capital CJ

4ttor................... WALTet B. OEABAM.Anxxi week-possibly are already under having been examined by the f $1 i OQ,
old law and section 10 with Its 1
Board and found correct as far a* it was up capital
-KJItor& Manager,CH....H.WltTOM way. A newspaper for the place k C $25i0,
heavy penalty was
possible for the Board to do, the same Average
is already being talked about. = deposits $3ooictTransacts
a as an amendment to section 9, were accepted and approved.It .
Rubocrlptlon. At the crossing of the East; Coast but with its proverbial carelessness, Is ordered that the bonfl of L. S.

Railway at New River, a town has failed Eldred, for a justice of the peace, having
Twelve month, $lagMx our legislature! to strike out a General
1.00 been laid out, and called Lauder- l been examined and found correct, be and Banlii
section 9, and it still stands on the
Is approved by the board.
Three" ..BOBlngta dale-old Fort Lauderdale having Business
statute books. I Permits granted to the following
were ,
Copy, .. been located In the vicinity. This
to repeating rifles: W. II.
The right to search without a person carry
Strictly lranee. town Is also getting a large shareof warrant is in conflict with the Constitution liccves, Winchester; !t. D. Duke, Win. Largftt t and Oldest! Bank on 1h16 t

new settlers, but many are waiting chester.
of Florida, which secures The following assessment were
A Mr... all communications to the Iroprle- until the lots are put on the our people "in their person, changed: F. W. Wills south-half of DIRK: 'TORS
tOil, market at Miami the proposed houses and effects!, against! lot I, IIutHIlof lot 1, plat book V, i J-U'I''I'J't'HARnW! II.RAR\rr P..
papers I of the National Hank '
GRAHAM A WALTON, terminus of the railway, and in a unwarranted searches.! Not only page 7 !'
few weeks the cry will be, on for 41, value *loO; reduced *100 2} acres: F. ... knonrille), W. 8 GRAMA -. a'
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, Miami, and that point will prob. is it unconstitutional to make a W. Wills; north part of nOl.th.ha1f of HxnwR.
search without warrant, but a warrant i northeast quarter, sec. 27, township 37. Q tUKHE I'O-VIFTiReabnard :: .
TmsviLLK FLORIDA.WE ably equal, if not !, West iL National Hank .1 i \,, .
surpass value $2.;;0, reduced ?
cannot be procured except i range 41, 31 acres, National Bank of JackwitIII.EAST .
Palm Bead, in its marvelous ; Edwards north 10 acres
-- ---- ---- to $150 A. K. ,
upon good and sufficient grounds!, I ; rl"trl" (JSVIT..I:
growth. of 318 acre of lot 3, nee. 2 >, township 37, .
do not know how the other While all this is going on in and it is quite probable any officer range 41, value *400, reduced to W K);
-- -- ----- --- ------
-- -
-- ---
newspaper men in the county feel attempting to make a search with. I). J. Mima, Mitt-half of northwest quar -
Dade what is Brevard ? We
but we have formed such a habitof doing out a warrant, under section! 10 of ter of southwest quarter and west quarter COAST LINE ,
regret to say, very little. We believed law of northeast quarter of southwest bLand
writing good road literature our revenue would be a trespasser
if the shell road project had quarter: sec. :20, township 21, range 33,
during the past six months, that it carried, its construction would 'and could be lawfully 40 acre, value *:((00, reduced to *::OOj; .

is not an easy matter to get downto have instilled life into treated as such.! Ind. K F. Co., lot bound by Broad I'll.' Department

business again, and take up gen. new our Where two laws are in direct cast by Canaveral, south by Robbing *

eral topics. We believe our read. people, but the majority thought conflict, the one last passed will Graham addition and west by DelxsonM. This Company offers FOR SALE LANDS Adapted toi
otherwise. It will do no good to ., Tltusville, value tl.iOD; reduced to
will if the subJect hold because It contains the last
ers not complain .MOI' :h. F. north-htlf lot 2, Deck-
sit down and scold. Let ; Gray,
of roads is dropped entirely, mope or expression will or intention of cr'. snWliv.l of lot :2 block A, section 17, i';k -": Fruit Growing and Truckinl
all and do whatwe
for a few months at least, and as I us pull together, the legislature. The conflict in township 21, range :!o, Tltusville, value

the chief end of a newspaper! should can. Let us try and show the the present case is not between two $ hundreds of homeseekers, who are 4, ;A, 0, 10, 11, HOC. 3, township 22, range
be to please its readers, we shall looking to the East Coast of Flor. laws, but between two sections of J3, value *!2iK), reduced *100. Special terms to actual settlers!. For further particulars, address

govern ourselves accordingly. the same law. Then, again, a law It was ordered that Capt. M. Saunders
ida with a view of making it their OU1m SSIOhel
which is contradictory must be be allowed to capture a manatee or sea-

JOEL SWATNE, the war horse of homes, that old lirevard is. worthya construed from the intention of the cow, under chapter .jl: (),'!, section 1,2 and J., St. A. & I. II. R'y, ST. AUGUSTINT,. FL.\
careful examination. It Is 3 laws of Floilda.'
unnecessary ,
Fort Drum, was in town last! Monday law-making body. 1'ast experience .
to The report of J. A. Carlile, cattle inspector ---- ------ -
with the ofllcidl returns of attempt disparage has shown that the penult for dUtitct No. 1, for the monthof

I that precinct. The vote was fourteen the attractions of South Dade, but for the illicit sale of liquor has September, having been examined WOTARD STILING FLORIDA CART
there in favorof
are many arguments was approved.The .
against bonds and none for been inadequate ; the lawbreakerwas ,

bonds. This makes the total majority section the Indian of the state River can country.surpass No it usually looked upon with Brevard report county of A. T., Feaster having, made treasurerof his Made for( Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread.

against bonds for the county equal it for the culture of citrus mercy by the courts, and a fine of quarterly report for the quarter ending
forty-three. The ADVOCATE expressed :$50:; imposed, which he would pay October 1, 18B!); also his reports for the
the opinion in advance of fruits. The freeze is a thing of promptly, because it was cheaper months of August and September.
the and if In the matter of the public
past, we can Judge by .
the election that the result would than to take out a license.
land of J.
road from Barton to
the history of such disasters it avenue
be very close, and not over twenty- be before Our legislature, In framing sec. Q. Stewart, the land owners concerned
five either way, but a much larger may many years we are tidn 10 of the present revenue law, have, with the exception of M. C. Sal

vote was polled in most all of the so unfortunate to have another. with its heavy penalty, no doubt mon, the administrator of the estate of
Our climate is fine results in 0. and Chas. Goodyear
; our T. Smith Ed. Day
in those which intended the evil which
precincts, especially to remedy
for such
pineapple culture will suffer nothing consented" to an easement
were considered almost solid for existed and to couple a term of road over and across their respective

bonds than we Anticipated. It is by comparison with the most imprisonment with the fine, so! thatit properties; It was ordered that said easements
favored sections of Dade ; we have be and ordered that
very doubtful if any election willever would no longer be profitable or accepted
good schools churches and in said road he opened forthwith
be held in lirevard safe to break the law. This sec.
county that
of the settlements the ; and It further appearing no
again at which such a very large many social general tion having been acted upon later proper settlement can be made with the

percentage of the qualified voters advantages are ahead of than section 9, must be taken as above-named protestants for a right-of. FOR SALE BY -

will cast their ballots. The interest what might be expected ; our section the last expression of the intentionof way over and across their respective EDWARD: STXLXNG,
is Just as healthy as Dade, and properties, It was further ordered that
in the bond election the and is intendedto
was un we are a little nearer .*. precedented.TO supercede section I 9. diate to condemn a rightofwayacross
markets than our frit lt in Dade steps COCOA Indian :Et.1. FLORID
u< 'Vor,
Our readers will see the plausibility their said properties, in accord-
and, therefore, ought to save with the tiled the commissioner
OUR SUBSCRIBERS AND of our reasoning and we believe anc6 plan by
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enough in the way of cost of trans. appointed to mark view and lay
when the matter is taken to
CORRESPONDENTS.During porting our products to the marketto out said road, and that said roadway be
the. courts. that it will be held that condemned to the width: of.20 feet ,across
compensate! for an occasionalfrost u. ASPHALT ROOF PAINT
the penalty for selling! liquor without the land of slid Salmon the :Smith estate *

the road campaign which which might prove, perhaps a license! in Florida, at present, Ed. Day and Chas. Goodyear.
closed last week the a little more injurious here than ordered that J. be
papers of the a It was Humphreys
Is a fine of not less than :$500;) and
county were burdened with correspondence hundred miles or so further south. placed on the pauper list for one month, Ground In Pure
imprisonment for not less than six at the rate of $4 month. Agents Wantea
We have per
of a personal nature, transportation months. Those who are inclinedto On motion It. D. Hoke and J. Houston o". Red Brown and

which, to say the least, was die- facilities, and while we cannot carry on the liquor business were appointed a committee to des and highest Write for Sample

creditable.The boast of good roads Just yet we troy the warrants turned over by the
without a license would do well to Prices
ADVOCATE does not pose as believe our people will take n sober treasurer, as per schedule to burn the Grade Black
the (
ponder subject carefully for
same. The committee having reportedto Et
innocent in the matter referred to, second thought and they will de- Asphaltum. Catalogue
section that the
10 provides officer have performed their duty asked to .
but we firmly resolved as soon as cide to build them next year when shall receive $100 out of the fine he l discharged, which was accordingly -

the heated road fight was concluded they realize what they have lost by imposed. Times are hard sheriffs done. FOE PAINTING: :

that a new rule would be not doing so. ; The petition of 20( citizens of Cocoa

laid down in this. office. We shall Let us all pull together. Brevard and town marshals need money and Hockledge, asking the road from TIN IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Raj 1
just as bad as any one else, and Barton avenue south to the line of J. Q. ,
strike out all remarks of a person has her peculiar attractions as well when they understand there is a Stewart's laud bo opened soon as possible

al nature which may appear in any as Dade, and it is only necessary $100 fee for arresting and convicting was received. road Buildings, Freight Cars, Bridges, Fences and
matter sent us for publication in to present them properly to have The report of licenses Issued during
them the a man who is selling liquor the months of August and September, Iron Work of
future Correspondents! will recognized by ofhomeseekers Kind
please army
without a license, we believe they having been examined by the Board,
make a note of our intention and which is being attracted .
was accepted.
a interest in the
govern themselves accordingly this way. The press of the matter. "Money great makes the mare The following bills\ were audited and Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Reac

thus relieving us of the necessityof county has a duty to perform in ordered to be paid: Roofing, and all kinds of
go. J. Houston co. com . .$2400J.
the matter and believe it
refusing to publish their matter we can We believe in licensed saloons M Mendel . . 12 80) ZESoofing: : Supplies u
e or striking out portions which we be relied upon to do its part ; but but favor high license and heavy R. D. Hoke, '. .5120:! FROM

do not deem fit for )publication.We the mass of the people must become penalty for the illicit sale of liquor. W. II. Sharpe . IS 00 The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,

mean exactly what we interested and do their part. Duren & Feaster indue . . 3 13
say. Let all The man who pays a thousand dollars J. E. Bowman, sheriff election. U ft" Manufacturers of Asphaltum Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,
We do not have the ADVOCATE us pull together.
care to

a year for the privilege of do. A. A Stewart accountant. . 13 00 3200 to3300 WiiiiainsburgAte. Va,
go to its subscribers, many of ing business, should be properly J. E. Bowman, janitor. . . .500 Richmond,

whom are scattered in far away PENALTY FOR THE ILLICIT protected, and under the A. T. Feaster, treasurer. . 5-117
elates carrying the impression that present M. S. Jones county judge. Ott 00
law we believe he will be. .
SALE OF LIQUOR. Electric Light Co. 800
is filled with
county bickerings
F. T. Budge. 4 53
or. divided-. into ill-humored faction Illt1:1' tltl> GOUXTYCOJIIS- A. Cleveland . . 1241J. HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS
*. Those unfortunate conditions Numerous papers throughout the Mendel copying four minutes 3 00

may exist ; If so, it shouldbe state have called attention to the SIONERS. M. Hardee dep. sheriff election 1 23
B. L. Wills, med. for prisoners 3 00
a source of fact that the -- MANUFACTURED
regret. Nothing new revenue law imposes BY --
The County Commissioners met pursuant J. E. Bowman, jail fees . 3000
can be gained by publishing the as a penalty for the illicit to adjournment. Present. W. H.Miarpe for dogs. 1115<

fact to the world at large, and, besides sale of liquor, a fine of not less chairman; J. Mendel, F. T. sheriff, election. 70 GO Chapman A Sudlow

very few of our readers en than |500 and imprisonment in Budge: A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. E. Bowman H. A: W. B. Drew Co., blanks 7 44 ,

sheriff.In ADVOCATE, printing. . . 2250
joy reading bitter personalities.We the county jail for not less than the matter of the petition of W. J. K. J. Burns road work. 350 South Jacksonville Florida.

are always glad to get the six months. Tucker to sell wines, beers and liquors in X. N. Penny, ". .. .. 0300
news and urgently invite all of We had never looked up the law precinct No. 0, In the town of Fort F. Kline, ".. .. .. 5000F. .

our subscriber to send us news until very recently. We supposed 1'ierce, it appearing I that W. J. Tucker T. Budge .". ."..... . 600 For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples]
items about their neighborhoods.It of that there has a majority of the registered voters F. II. Boye, . . 15 00 ,
course, was no doubt In precinct No. I 0 on his petition to cell W. II. Sharpe ".... .. .. 6000
makes the )paper popular, and as to the truth of the statement wines, beers and liquors as aforesaid, R.D.lloke, "... . 600 -:) Special Attention Given Formulas. '
advertises your locality. We always given above. On looking into the and It appearing that said petitioner has L. C. Oliver, Imbr. ". .. .. 34 84 to Private

extend a warm welcome to revenue law however there seemsto fully complied: with I the law: therefore, J. Mendel I. MM. . 20 00 Dealers In all kinds of Haw Material, such ah fculp. Potash, Mini' '
all items of Interest such as local be a flat contradiction for It Is ordered that permit I do Issue, directed F. T. Budge, building fund. . 38 ftJ Seed Meal Nitrate of Sofa etc., etc.
section to E. W. Hall, tax collector of J. B. Everett juror on inquest 1 30 Bone ground and steamed In the factory In three different 01515'
happenings, marriages, deaths, 9, paragraph 3, of the act of Itrevard county, to Issue a state and T. J. O'Brien, 130F. :tSend for Pamphlets and Prices.

births, fires accidents, improvements 1895 on page 8, prescribes the fol- county license to said petitioner for the Church, 130

and agricultural information lowing penalty : hall. upon conviction lineal year of 181X1!, under chapter 0, section J. Bevill, 130J.
NKl, of the Revised Statutes of Fla. A. Richards, 130(
of be fined in
particularly a the
practicalkind sum of not A petition was presented the board by L. D. Metes, witness . . M
based on experience. less than |50 or more than 1000. H. 1'. Pdldison as chairman, and A. T. H. Ii. Hawkins . . toO PRINTING"OFFICE.

or imprisonment in the county jail Feaster as a<< of conventionheld J. L. Paine, . . r.o JOB I

LET US ALL PULL TOGETHER.Those for not more than six months. In In the to,l't'tarl'Tltusville on Sept.23rd H. Harvey II. . . 80 .
tills the 18i}.'\. for the purpose of Dominating C. M. Xelaon.II. . . tIO
section could
court Impose candidates to b* elected at the H. A. Smith, II. . . so -
who are not acquainted a fine as small as $50, without any municipal election to be held on Oct. Mary Futch pauper. .. .. .. 6 00Chy. ----- ----- -------

with the developments which imprisonment. Section 10 how :28th! It'Jo, when the following persons Padgett, .* .. .. .1000 EiUblUhwl 1883. JAS/Y: CO
are ever, of the same act has the following were put in for nomination: Wm. Anderson, II. . . 6 HO. I BOFILL & .
taking place down in the southern For mayor, II. K. Wilson; for aldermen E. Sparkman, .. . .. .. 500S. L. BARBOT
part of Dade county, would be : K. 1'. Paddiiton. E. L. brady and It.C. Bean, w . 1000 &: CO I Fruit and Produce

startled if they knew with what "Any person or persons, firm or MHO- Scrltneeour; for marshal and collector, Chy. Jacobson, . 1000 ,
wonderful the elation that hall mil or cause to be : Henry Theodore Titus; for clerk and M. Hayden, . . 400L. General Commission. Merchants
rapidity territory sold, or kept for sale! any spirituous, treasurer JV.. lingers; for assessor of EauUlla, it. . 4 HO Commission
between Lake Worth and nay liiseayne vinous, or malt liquor without lint pay. taxes S. O. Vanlandingham. Mrs. J. Lewis, . .. 600J.

Is settling up. Ing the license required In this act, Da petition of S. H. lUy, et al. the Humphries, . . 4 00 d b f. O. BOB 1030. -- -N
y u R
Colonists are pouring in by the hall, upon conviction, be lined In a following l persons were nominated as Anna Gove, . S 00 g; O g ,g ,Q ad y W. KTFERJ: : CEg:-HauelMB. IMC.' ,' .
a80 ,
A settlement known urn not less than $"VO and shall be Imprisoned candidates to be voted for at th. town J. E. Bowman fJg. co. prisoners 11 tIC) ?! :i.!- Mo.l Smith.Cord*** Co.: score. new ... seas bank of LouUiana ,
In the county lal10ut less than election of Titusvllle\ to be held on Oct.kltb M 54 it ..ta.it 34 80 ao aapyal J HanklnxAH-B; John W. tum.a*... J* ,Rt
at LInton, situated on the canal, six months. Sheriffs an, ,-+heriffs, ltd, to wit: J. D. IJt'qa, t conviction fees.... 20 00 q u 1ly. J. C. Kuilth* Co 81. If1.'o''' :.,.

close to the ocean, about seventeen collectors and deputy-collectors, and any For mayor Wm. II. Brows; for aldermen "Tounz 1000 _Nstena.n..,,Jruitaad Tt.(.alDM.riwlao oi. B. *Tray *"...' .

milts south of West Palm Beach, police officer of &!Incorporated town E. L. Brady, R. Freeman Hall andS. U "BnfldlOOOF. NEW ORLEANS CUMunwrcUl AgvnciM.

Is only about a month old, and or city are authorized and empowered X. Gladwln; for clerk and treasurer, C. Foppel, dep. sheriff, election 130 isw 6e. axe-331 r.ydrs. jarwe'
without warrant to enter any building Usury J. Anthony; for marshal and collector Th. board adjourned until Tuesday, ('.... LA. Lx.
it already has a population of over where they bar. cause to suspect such L. T. Coodty; ''assessor of October ISth 1SW. REFERENCE ( Mvlropoliu Bask. a..... New Orleans. .. ;
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Awarded Ponce Park. I. nee.ted'el'1 much and would help very '

I HIbest Honors-World' Fair I materially several ways j SCOTT'S COCOA ICE WORKS

-DR; '-arioullllnrtll of ocean going vessels Mr. C. J. SehoonmtKer: Is expected i

Are often seen cruising dangerously near, I back this week fl'ol1the north. I GARBO-DIGESTIYE $ ,

I It seems, our shore Inasmuch. this Mr. and Mrs. M. Kltchtngwere In Cocoa Oooo/x FJ.or1.da.
something new, It conveys a suspicion for the meddling, the guest of Mr, and :
of Cuban filibusteilng ciafts. Mm. J In,III. : COMPOUND. NOW XN' OI'Is71: : .11TION.

.'i Capt. nartotl\ Pacettl, one of the oldest Mr. ( '. T. Veibeke, of Seine, ('ameIP 'I It" G. o. N:JJI,] GJ: :JI.
settlers on the East Coast, Is at > Coma; for the Hirrison and D.inlel

his Palm son Beach, Bert, spending 1'arcttl. some Mis.[ Pacettl time with returned nuptials; ou.;Tuesihy.Dr. I Positively the one Remedy for Manufacturer -

' N'ulieU! returned homo from the the Treatment of
CREAM A few d1 ago from a hip, to ICE & DIsrl'IT LV.1.rER
ieorgla. She was pleased with Atlan- north, where he spent the summer, hav- NERVOUS EXHAUSTION, -
Vsshow-8,1)8: It Is a creditable fug hI\11\; pleniint; i-tny.
ffalr. Simple I Aggravated forms of
BAKING e The (Win j J,1I1 Appro.ti he* completion
Fishing hereabouts lit Wn remarkably under the woilctninftlilpnf MISMH. "'eln-I DYM'El'MA, ASD w1P' Refrigerators, Ice Clients, Freexers and Water

good for a time, KMgandMuw, ciipcnteis.Messi ,. I
particularly surf PALPITATION TilE HEAUT. Works
ihliing. Large; numbers of ura-hass are *. .\Il POWDIR taken dall)'. The summer visitors are and! 'Ihelshave organized, A male qinrette ,
departing, and preparation are making -"The White Drakes." Does your foltlllour after eating Are
PERFECT MADE. for the reception of winter tourist, you easily confused and excited Do PALM( 1SKACII, FLA., '
MOST Cocoa city council held! their meeting
mostly piscatorial artists. This crop, you get up In and 1111-
I ,Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret owing to orange crop failure, will be on Monday evening the front room of refreshed, and lt itr.ont taste In: the

I I Ammonia, Alum 01 any other adulterantW"43 worked this season for all It Is Worth. the second story of the bank building.: mouth f c = A.s. :s LITJM & co.
| THE STANDARD. -- Is the a dull cloudy sensation, attended .
It Is repotted that Mr. J. l'. Turner, of !
by disagreeable In the
Fort Pierce. / feelings IIK\III; IN --
deal, Hillsboro river, will make the lend and ?
Park headquarters this winter, It being Are you eyes tiiitablo and restless ? ITlaao7Vli3LOs: : nn.d Ll..Q.u.ors: ,
Eau Gallie. the mecca of tourists and the renter of Welcome, the first "not'liter" of the Does jour heart tliuiiii| and cause you

attraction for this section of the coast casou. tn gasp for breath after chmbi g flight 307,SOW A Sit W. nay !81.,
Ponce Park will extend a cordial welcome Mrs. J. It. Metriwether and children of stalls ? .
yitroi Carey Is beautifying and imrf to him and his family. The coning left last Monday night for West Talni Does It distress you to lie, on the leftsilo JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

,; : his place. and going: of his beautiful naphtha Beach. 11.andnonrInnwhiskiesfrvm, fI I,7!%
Treutlor selling\ out straw- \launch: Ozone will bo hailed with picasno Hive[ to i.m per aslliinllranillra .
u, Wm Mr( Metier, A Chicago whiskey drummer you impaired memory, dimness' :
| m plants on the SaYI'e'II\ace.\ by our People, who will give It very arrived In town Monday[ and "I''ntTuelllay of \'IMlon.l depieNHion of mind and gloomynrebodltit. fmni SI,T1! to '171! |lee gRlIcinenm
< 1'e make of
material s a.erinlty Ynrth 1'arvr
encollra ell\l'nt. Come early. Mia ,
Ifr/ (ohn Aspinwall is expected to Mr. Turner, and stay late. hel'o.Rev. .* : I !ktnuntaln flew I ornhlnkcy, time
visit early In Novemlwr. Mr. Hirnes, the Episcopal clergyman These symptoms mean tint you are old' t a.lal '''T tiillon '
mi Ia Some of Col. Bill. Norwood's friends will hold divine service here Sunday ulTellnff from U'III"'lI.\, and S'eivousCxhauHtion. .,,,gs-1 gal'? 21\10.' 1: gal,acts, 11I1t1.,
meeting of the directors of the Eau at the Park are anxious to know how he MHU.
A morning, at 10 o'clock. K.KS gal (1 in ., :js I If .
Ra1 ft ; (KM
,1.:?:t bank was held Tuesday afternoon. stool on the road question. It seems he I There I Is no other remedy extant that '1.I\tI. ?

I was no school here the first part III abut the only man in Brevard who Mr. Charlie Campbell returned SatllrI fins; done so ninth for this slaw of tiou \rtle< Irvine' In Dry Timtu will 01 lowell
I I There vasn't moved to something for I day from Mobile, Al.i.: ; he has been on a blue asScott's to 'iilt of
the Illness Mrs. say
.JIhe|,| weekS owing to lication. It ha been here visit to hill sister who Is very sick. lie them (MIMr if til. on all i ontor,
teacher. suggested
jilt sweet, the that he is seeking: political prefermentand left here still\ in a precailoii condition Carbo-Digestive tli F- Always'''! money with ordersIre .
the Methodist minster to resume his duties fireman the will not ox>n new ncronnmult nulea
t tieV, C White, whatever his sentiment on the road as on "' Mp J.'k.rwille rcfrirm I I. II'lv'n
| will hold services next Sunday at question, felt himself much In the fix of passenger train. -.J Compound, No OIMMI. tl'.l/.ll to Dry Towns

.tamand7:13p.m. one of Bill bhakcttpeare's characters, who Mr. John Andrews, the section boss,
Mi John Mellor has had the grounds expressed It: "Which way t turn I III lad! the misfortune, yesteidiy, to lose If your case hall resisted the usual
feared l about his place, and is planting h-I." It Is well not to antagonize suffragists his pocket book, containing: nearly sovnty uethodi of treitment we are particularlyanxlons \; ;
i with poll tax receipts. Volusla '> dollars lie lost It here to have you give thtsCompoiim
I.wwbvrnes and garden stuff. somcw near
III for you, colonel, roads or no roads. lone Vine, or supposed ho did.Ve a trial. For $27.00 Per Ton *J
i'apt. J. B. Smith has the Pioneer out earnestly hope he may recover the same. We guarantee relief In every case amwill
10 Hodgson Bros.' ways being overbuild Hicks, Wiggins, etc., lightened some \ chev'fully icfuml jour money shouUmr l
preparatory to Mis. Smith's of the unHophUtocated of this section As twelve calendar months must, remedy fail to produce the most

turn out of their boots almost, this fall. They elapse bl'fore'OtI'M are cant again for the gratifying results. You get a Complete High Grade FERTILIZER
will\ do the same thing next fall about shell road: we think that much active IMoaxe leinember that the appuUation ,
MI W H. Hartley, of Cocoa, was In the
time of
equinoxes. A predictionof work can he accomplished between now Patent Medicine does not apply to
I own Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. II. leave a heavy snowfall north of the Ohio In and that time on behalf of good 1'0,1.: (;OTT'S CAKHO-niUEYTIVK "owIDEAL nOUAHAN'j'gED
| Atlanta this week to make that city January would likely mateiillze, and There Is no doubt that if the shell roadmen COMPOUNDIt .

I heir bon1l\. bus add other fools to the list who had, all over tho county, taken all ANALYSIS........
Mr Jack Harrison will have the ca.0o .!- make us tired with "Hicks, ho says."" active Interest as the antics, they wouldhave III a prescription put up by a It'a.lIng)
building In fine shape for dances and Our weather bureau men are "not In It" succeeded by a big majority, and physiciAn who has rondo stomach and Ammonli: 4'4 to any Per Cent. I

J,ntertainments the coming winter. At with Hicks, although their predictionsare we would have soon been rattling over lervous tumbles a specialty; for years. Available: Phosphate Aold 4>, to fitll" ,

I east one masquerade: ball is promised. based on simultaneous observations, wide, white roads, instead of stumbling \Vecoititlu\oHtigatlon and el\l'lIestly, l'otallhcIIIII( ) (U I to 8 "
covering a wide range of tciritory. II over knee high palmetto roots and deep irgo physicians to wl'lte im for the
I Messrs. Frank Houston and Murray Hicks says "heavy rains In the MIIIIIIRslppl horse sand. :So float your banner fellows, formula: of bcott's Caibo-Digcxtlve! Com Made exclusively fiom.. Nitrate of Soda: Cotton Send Meal, Rhxul, Hone, Acid I
luurcey[ have formed A partnership in valley next spring: ," and "a good bearing this motto Despcrandutn.\ pound] w mini we will mail: on applira[ I'hoHphato and Sulphate\ of 1'otatth. Xo coloring nliltelhlllll..I. We also carry all
I:he wholesale fish business, and are at Ice crop In Canada this winter," the, -- ion, that they may satisfy themselves of agricultural chemicals for homo mixing. Write for prices and liculats, I

I present shipping from down-river points. weather bureau may as well put up their icno AFTIK TJII HALL his harmless chaiatter and excellent Zff.. Also a huge stuck of H. J. Maker A Um'.. Complete M.muren.

I >ol D. L. Gaulden, of Titusville, lags-people will put out their tubs In virtues. ,
|,topped over to see his friends In town the valley and sharpen up their Ice hooks. iLKCTIOX-WHAT( ) NEXT ? hCOTT'S CAKIiO-DIUE&TlVK WILSON & TOOMER ,

1 ast Friday on his way up from I'alm In Canada.We JENSEN, FLA., Oct. 14, lit\}.; Is the most ipni.iikablo COMPOUNI that The Fertilizer House of Florida, I
Beach. The Colonel does not give up had the pleasure recently of a tripto remedy
I:he shell road yet. New York and return, by the Clyde )l Vditun Adeuc'tte. science has \piodiiccd.: It has succeededwhere Jacksonville Fla.LANDS.
All other medicines have failed. t
I Mr and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Master boats. In anything like fair weather Our county papers have been made Sold
this Is an \ideal trip, and one we shall by druggists everywhere, 1.00
|Claude left for their home at Titusville the panorama of the most heterogeneous per: bottle. Sent to any address lu i
I Monday having a few hereafter urge our friends to take. From diversifications of miscellany
morning, spent conglomerated -
1 Uv very pleasantly at Sarno, the guests \Mr. A. J. Cole, the goneial agent alXew that could well originate from America on receipt that of price.Don't MUCK
forget : we checifully refund *
York city, and F. M. Ironmonger,
Hit C; T Verbeke. human Ingenuity. We have been treatedto if results
the Jacksonville down your money are not satiMfac-
Mr J, W Y. Stelfox, having transited through; the officers representative and crew, of the vinous an elaborate criticisms display of attempted old wit ani-, tory. Older direct if your druggist does ,

the business which called him here boats[ we received the most painstaking battling over not have It.Addres. .
mosltlcs sacrifices for
lino put his affairs In order, left last consideration and courtesy. The state each others patriotic purposesshowing characters all order to

I Mturday on his return journey to Eng/ rooms are cozy and comfortable and the up private 111 and half
and and then little at tracts
now A spat a acre
( where he and Mis. Stelfox will table: abundantly supplied with everything ntelligenco. That! part of the panorama I ,
| make their future home.
the market affords served tempt-
was greatly overlooked In to
Tin town council held a meeting last ngly. We found a good passenger list light more important matters. I thinka Topeka, Kas. Fronting on Canal.
I Saturday afternoon. There were piesI going{ north in July and a better coming general reform among the people Is For sale by Fred S. Chalice & Co. o o o o ,o

I Mayor Carey and Aldermen Houston, south in September. They carried a fill more needed than a shell road. The

JTreutlet, Bryan, Verbeke and Harrison.Xi cargo. They have built up a good trade neatest trouble would be to find re- Apply to
business of importance was trans- and are deservedly popular. The writer formers. It would! probably be but to under the McAllster rule. Another little -
ICted swears by the Clydes.It sweep out the house and Import a new puzzle: It was a conceded fact that a ALBERT W. ROBERT,

Mr E It was the misfortune of our fellow population, as our 'panorama shows us large portion of the people of Melboum Wost Palm Beach, Fla.
Burton arrived last Tuesday Inferior blood the 418 favored bonds to two or three days:
I citizen, Mr. C. E. Merchant, to lose his up as up .
Iron his
home at Livonia Ga. Mr. Bur- plain ---- -----
before the election then there - '- -
steam launch Gleam near Lake Worth In the event the importation Is ; was a
| tot it a brother of Mrs. W. K. Tombes I would theUocoaMcAlUter sudden levolutlon. To the Mihourne -
adopted, suggest we adopt say
outside starting
Inlet He
recently. was '
sod! I will make Eau Galhe his abiding home, and about a mile from shore, plan, and receive none } people( were Ignorant of the STEVENS BROS. & CO. !
pact coming winter, associating mcilts of the case to that late c.-
himself: with when he ran into a large school of mullet but the bust blood; and would also suggest up day,
| bahinesa Mr. Tombes the grocery In which monster sharks were dartIng that some county official who has would,> an Insult to the common sense ,

and playing. A huge shark struck used the prestage of his office to thwart of her citizens Such could not have
The dance at the casino last :Saturday;! the bow of the boat violently and stavedIt the wishes of those who put him In been the case. '
I evening was: well attended and enjoyed In. lie Immediately stuffed some old office, to be the McAlister of the u oranl-; i Those revolutions and stampedes are -. JT-S: :: STEVENS POTTERY, GA

Jb) all present. Messrs. Hairlson and clothes Into the opening and headed the zatlon, as our present McAlistcr will always brought about by a cat crawling:
| lwn: exerted themselves ti> entertain boat for shore. When near land she had find he has as many as he Is able to park In the closet. We will\ wait and, nee the MANUFACTUIIEIIS OF ,
1 tteii guests and make everybody feel received sufficient water to stop her engine While we congratulate:; him on Mil self cat jump. My Impression Is the mice (

ntiome. with the result that the dance so taking all the tow line availableMr. promotion to the high office he has as have spied the cat, and will be out of Well and Flue Sewer and Drain Tile Stone air, '
Curbing Lining Pipe Ware
I *ai declared A complete success, notwithstanding Merchant went overboard and swam turned, it leaves us under line necessity; catching distance. Micfc.Koine !:.

the failure of the Mel- for shore. lIe managed to find bottom of hunting up A new Assessor, as It I is Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and
< folks not tho'Jght best for A man to hold two
Jiurne to put In an Appearance. after awhile and succeeded in getting Inns Pertinent HujflfeHtloim.GFOUUIANA '
n fount and Nicholson furnished boat In the breakers, where she went to odices! at once, and, besides, A man hold Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile.. I'
I :.te music and he Ing such A high position would not be
pieces. Timely help arrived, : u
Oct. 13 0.1.Kditur
A saved his engine, w hlch cost nearly a expected to have feelings and sy mpathlc 'l'r Save your money by buying close at Home, And from clever men U
project Is on foot to shell two mile
al thousand dollars. In his exertions to In common with people of Inferior blood Ailtitente: _
I itreeu
about town the cost to be defrayed -
I by popular subscription., The save his boat he sustained personal In- Another obvious reason why we shouh Keferrlng to your comments, last issue, THE REASONS -
juries. He has the sympathy of friend sweep out and have a new deal Is, we
l Sea is on the tanneries started In this state I.
a good and meets with ,
one, gen in this section. His faruily will leave In have found out that we have A lot of You Should Yost Machine
Wl opproval. With its natural advan frauds Titusville who have been there no hop that the tannery product Bay a Writing : -
few for Palm Beach.It pass
Om, Eau Gallle could be made the a days be manufactured to boots, shoes and
log themselves off on the public a* law-
prettiest town ou the East Coast If Its occurs to the writer that the poetIcally But thank to McAllster, he has saddlery ware In our own state, to supply It ha no Itlbbon or Shift Key.
wens can only be Induced to work Inspired ((1)) of the East Coast are been yers. shrewd enough to show they the home demand for thU staple
'.'her Are article (The same applies to fibre factories It ha Perfect andPermanent
and exert themselves to that unusually quiet. Formally poetical effusions frauds and know nothing about law.
e:.) Ut the good work on. were thicker than baking for the manufacture paper.) '
go pow- That I I. one Important move In the line Alignment.
''J';let der ads., but lately there seems to be a of reform. What say our Agriculturist and cattle :
du XII, Sarno, being Improve dearth of metre in columns. We raiser f Can they not furnish the hide Durability, Strength, 1
The shell road question and Its
pui In order to the pur-
preparatory additional home marketable
a* an profitable,
believe that writer of verse are claskl
4eung: 'in Dec. lat, under the manager posies have been passed upon by the product of their live stock t Ease of Operation,
If Mr C, T. Verbeke. Mr. W. A. fled as poets, semi-poets, minim poet, voice of the people, but the original and I
Thus, It seem to me, all condition Convenience And Beauty
'. fools and fools That the latter
L *> main still confront bat
will act as hotel clerk and tele- question us-"
are favorable for carrying on the said
*::*t' operator l Mr. Taylor of Cocoa, cltss largely predominate is apparent do you suggest for the relief of the people of Work, that Is found
industries at home, one flourishing on
from the disjointed trochaic hexameters,
f Outside relief must In
B.;* some fine artistic decor- come sum
very the other. In no Other Typewriter.
1: the absorptive doctylie trimeters,distorted form will suffer !
ork to the Interior. The road or we more financially Respectfully
c sank, will be shelled, making an and deformed iambic pentameters and personally than five time the coat yours IlKJllHBK., :
'u "=ar bicycle track and the tennis commonly sung In this section. Th of the road. Home Are in A condition to
:-r end for Catalogue to
dearth of at this time baa prompted
I ltHJ.uet ground and pavilion will poetry bridge over, but A large majority are pot
the writer Invoke the muse : Quick Truisms. to the Atlanta ":x-
"l v attractive featuies.Roseland. and cannot, and the result will be bankruptcy FIELDER & MOWER
Ob, the cows, their horns are long: sacrifice and distress. The Idle |)ltlon.
-In Florida. of some would be, "take your OraJ .Ib.n "' ....t.

Oh, the COW., their horn are long, shove And hoe And go to work." Yes, Train No. 3/1 1, F. C.-* P. Ity., leaving YOST WRITING MACHINE. Dealer* In office and Typewriter Supplier
And the butter it Is strong; go to work; where And who for' You Jacksonville\ at b:20 p. m., reaches Atlanta for All Machine ( arbon paper Ribbons, Utter Flies, Typewriter paper Impression -

It i I. not sold for a song, will literally\ find nobody able to employ at 6.13 a. m. Pullman sleeping Books Write UI for pries l on what you need. ..
,: have had plenty of wind and rain If It Is churned In a horn them And they have not bread to eat. car are attached to this train. FIELDER &| ju)>VbK,
\ -In Florida. even to work their own land One man Train No. 38 leave Jacksonville at Xo. II Wall Street, Kimball Hou e. .T' ants, OA

If, rk aid, "nobody wanted work but A few I'M= a. m., arriving At Atlanta at 1I:30! :
"iD the hotel i I. being pushed a* Ob, the 'taters. they grow smallIn ."
UI Florida.Ob negro tramp. My own observation, o'clock m.
possible.mdersUnd. p.
And All the Information 1 can get, 1* Indirect TITUS\'ILI.I: WIATIIIU:
g' the 'taters, they grow small, The passenger rate over the F. C. A ]I'
that Messrs. Goode 4 And they eat 'em skin and all; contradiction: to that Idea. To Railway from Jacksonville to Allan I'OltT. IU-.I
:* '>' Melboarne, hAve A prospective 'Cause plant 'em In the fall, fail to meet the present emergency/: Exposition are a* follows: un.l-trlv
1 :a.er for Mr. Cain's property At Shaded they by the garden wall, would be placing the masse of the poo- ticket, on sale from Sept. 1Mb to Dec. The following I III A comparative New Smyrna Livery
ke.ttand: Where Pus and Tommy squall pie At the mercy of A few favored lodi- 15th, good for return until J I&U. 7th, ment of temperature and rainfall
-In Florida. vlduals. A* the shell road scheme ws. IS!*!, $13.71. Ticket from Hept 16th week ending Wednesday Oct. 11, 'v3: I I

,r ,J" now present* quite a busy andptwo not ( Advisable, the condition of to Dec. 16th Inclusive, good to return !M> / .- -lSI! .S.--
with the launch Ob the skeeU are the deuceIn the people And country demand some H** Stable *4-
'"rt mania g constantly to And from day from date of sale, lll.&V Ticket liATK MAX. Ml*. MAS. Ml*.
.*; o > Florida. thing elm The shell road wa not a on sale Tuesday and Thursdays of each 10 s M 7ft 71
Ob, the skeet are the deuce; primary Question In the past campaign week, commencing hept I'.tb and endIng 11 1U ski 7* 71
Yra IC, Moore returned to Brett- They will\ never let you lOON suggested A* A mean Inc: Dec 21th, lttgood\ to return withIn .! I 14 81 7J M 71; C. !?. DOIIX, Proprietor.Hacks .
aka on Saturday last, but her trunk In boat on wheel In cab, caboose, drnUlly to produce desired result, 10 day from date of sale, ts..o."VO" 13 7H 71 1* 71
tlJ around on the railroad until They will surely "cook your goose." which was to relieve our people And at II 71 11'7 7* <81<
when It was captured: at Sebas -In Florida. the Mine time produce A geDeraluod.
an.toCl-.A. MLLx3. 13 77 70 7* Mla
lIMa of MeAlister In the
picture 70 7U '76 00 Meet All Trains
News, in the Act of crowing: ; but the In every section at once to Nil staple .
Cocoa. question arise, doe be know what b. goods dealers; DO peddling; experienc Total rainfall for the week: I.34 Inches

j'jb work cheaply: neatly and esped- ins crowing About It I* true, the per unnecessary; best side line. $7L()%) a Departure from normal rainfall for the Passenger And baggage transferred to
week : minus 1,01 Inches. Departure All part of the city, and
1> \ pl. and the county have been cot off month. Salary I and .* or Urgcommission
xecuted at the ADVOCATE omee, returned] from Address: :: normal rainfall since 1st. Call on me beta perfeetfocarraoK
jvils Mrs. G. J. Powell baa from a relief that I* a vital necessity for made with I 8 cent from January
circulars, hand! UHs, note her visit to Stanford, Conn. I both, and that wa practically the only tamp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap minus 0.71 Inches. mrut*.

ss1;:,\ tetter heads, envelopes, state- The young people are endeavoring to question Involved. If that wa what bI And Manufacturing Company, Clndnati J. E. LAxovayTx:, NEW SMYKNA FLORIDA.

"6*,, etc., etc.] organize a cLoral society buck a society: crowing: about, b. t* an Apt scholar Ohio. Observer.


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OLD KICOPOO GUN. CURED AT James H. Keen, the owner of Domino in has been levied upon said property of stated hat _Iwen,which levied..ht..t upon .sail of attachment property of therein said ALES MEAL IRI': mTAn: 'I.

73 YEAHS. aid defendant In the above-stated cause defendant In the aNne stated caner, as appear* NEAR
was a school teacher In his youth a* appears by said levy endorsed on said by said. .levy endorsed on said writ and by the' & TAYLORSuccessors
Dr. Miles' tew Heart Core Victorious.NO of said levy and descriptionof ,
of the notice
of record
of the
AN ANCIENT CANNON THAT HAS A other medicine show such a record. Lord Dunraven's full name Is Sir writ and by the record of said :levied' upon, recorded J'nttb.. ( to John McAllister
REMARKABLE Here Is a veritable patriarch, 73 years of said levy and description of said property Clerk the Circuit Court of Hrevard
RECORD. an with strong prejudice overcome, who Wyndham Thomas Wyndham-Quln K. levied upon recorded by the clerk of Florida, In the lien book) and yon, the sail Artesian Well
had atari DutMtUvMn. lie took the New P. the Circuit Heart Van and Is now sound and: welL saIlllciIaei are hereby: required to appear In said suit abovestated
It flayed aa Important Par I. the trnf- Florida In lien book And you, the on the first MomUy In January, A. D.If EAU GALLIE FLA

ties Ore il...ry .. K_-Wat a i F. Dwyer, and all persons Interested *). being the Klith day of said month elseJndgmentby
-The don't In default will be taken against youthe ,
ADVOCATK cost you three are hereby required to appear -
BOB of <
Furnace. br a Historical Society.There. taken by the year.Remember In January A. D. 1800 being the Court persons In said cause, and such proceedings had GODFREY

<>th day of laid month else Judgment therein at by law Is In inch cases made and pro ,
wa. recently shipped from Chi. .
by default will be taken against you the the Honorable John D. Broome.Judge Manufacturers of
cago to the Kansas' State Historical socl. [ the ADVOCATK, Tltusvllle aid Michael F. Dwyer and etch, every at also I A. A Stewart, clerk, and the p1.51of

ety one of the most valuable relics of does all kinds of Job printing. Give and all\ persons Interested falling to appear aah\\ Court at the rourt-house In Tltusvllle 01
Ihare of work. Florida, this, the 12th day Yellow Pine
us a Hrevard the border ruffian warfare It I I. the Old your ] In said Court I.I said cause, and such September: A. I). IWJft. Lumber r

Klckapoo cannon which did service at proceeding had therein a* by law Is In A. A. STEWART, I ,
such cases made and provided. Clerk Circuit Court RotoR DREHXID
Old Kickapoo, Lawrence and other Master's! Sale. lion. John D. Broome.
Witness the Ilrevarcf County, Fla. Orange Box Heads,

point along the Missouri border during Judge as also A. A. Stewart clerk, and :Minor 8. Jones, [L.8.J .

Kansas' early struggle for free state government DJlR and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure the seal of said Court at the court-house John E. Hartridge Fruit egetable crs,...

This old formed the bone U and tale Issuing out of the Circuit In TUusvllle, Brevard County, Florida, for Plaintiff Lumber delivered at any part of lmii n,
gun court for Brevsrri county, In a cause therein A. D. Attorneys on through bill of lading Anyone -'?i i"T
of contention in many a hard fought depending. In Chancery, wherein Hiram this, the 12th day of September seplo decTo By C. R. Stewart, D. C. Ing building:: on the East Coast, wiul|d) \: w'J '
contest between and anti. JamilM Is complainant and Lucy Wright, at administratrix 180;). write for prices. The !Sawmill i situated
proslavery I t of i'eter Wright, Jr deceased, et.al A. A. STEWART J,T. & tf. W. Ry., II tulles south of hl"lka it II
slavery *. and a large number of ., are defendants, I will ..1I..t pnlillo anctlon Notice.In .
the old citizens Kansas can rememberthe In front of the court house dnor In Tltoiville on Minor S. Jones, Clk. Circuit Ct., Satsuma Hlghts, Putnam ('0., Fla.
the Brut Monday In November lltuo, during thelelf.1 John E. Hartridge, Brevard Co., Fla.Attys. .
stirring events clustering about the hours of sale, to the highest: and beet bidder Judicial
history of this remarkable implement of for csnh the following dprrlld) property, for Plaintiffs. [US.] the Circuit Court, Seventh
lo-wlt The south-half of lot twenty (:*(D, a* ep2-dec.O: ( : By C. K. Stewart D. C. Circuit, Brevard County Florida:
warfare. shown on plat of Indian River City, filed by K.A and John *; J. M. SANDERS
Of late years the whereabouts of the AavL O. toon. Ilardee In the clerk: office of llrerard county W O T.Christopher Ightman, copartners I X
Florida. of section three
being a part thirty-
old gun has boon a matter of conjecture Gram Lake : h\'e Dec. 25, l84. (Al), In t.wnehip:: twenty-four ((24), south of range Notice.In under the name andChristopher and 1 Notice of Instltn- Dealer In
and by many it was thought to have I have been troubled S disease IS tblrt.lx l ((36)MOt! also the nonhwent quarterof -"'- style of Nightman tin of Suit byAttachment. -
years or more. Mont of the time 1 was so the southwest quarter of section twentysixJK .
been lost but it is due to the efforts of Dad It was pot safe for me to (o out alone. ( \ In township' twenty- I lght (2M), south of the Circuit Court. Seventh Judicial Plaintiffs.
Colonel Miles Moore and Captain J. a. dizzy spells would cat,*. falling. I had range thirty-seven (37) east. ; containing forty District Brevard County Florida: \1'. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
severe palpitation: shortness of breath andsodden ((4o acres, and being both In Hrevard county, Michael F. Dwyer '
a WalkinRbawof Leavenworth that Old pains that rendered me helpleea. All lorida.. Henry W. Caldwell Defendant. 'II,
Kickapoo has been resnrrectod. It physicians did for me was to advise keeping IW\ER, the defendant In the
now quiet. la August last 1 commenced taking .1). L. OAt U>ERohblns \. and Charles C. 1 MICHAELF I cause, and all persons Interested AND
rests in the rooms of the State Historical A Graham Special| Manterdols Scott, copaitncisunder will hereby' take notice that the firm
society in this city. Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, for Compl ott4-novl the name, I Notice of Instl- of Ightnian and Christopher, the plaintiffs In Choice Groceries
The and before t had fln(.hn<1 th. tI.d hn<.i.. I and of Vtntion of Suit by the alnive stated. cause, have commenced a suit ,
is six firm
a pounder smooth style
gun found th.rnrdicie was a Ood.eend. I have In the Circuit ( ourt of the State of lorida. Seventh '
bore brass cannon and was first stolen now aMId four bottl,,. In all and .m feeling Caldwell & Scott, | Attachment. Judii.lal Circuit, In and. for Hrevard hun.
from the United States anmnal at Lib entirely well I .m 73 y..... of areand have l11tcr', Sale. PliintitTs. ty, by writ of attachment against the the said lands Michael Hay Corn Mapes' Fertilizers
held a grudge against patens medicine. allmy tenements goods and chattels of ,
erty Mo., and from there taken by Gen life, but I will not allow this to prevent VS t'. lwer as defendant named In the alovestated .
eral RichardMon's to the sacking giving my testimony to the great cure yourvaluable ) and by virtue nf a Anal "'; of !Michael F. Dwyer case, which said writ of attachment therein FINE PATENT FLOUR.
army of said
:\ :r' levied said projierty
remedy has wrought In me. 1 do U'fnrei,loture and sale, lusulng out Defendant. I has teen upon
and burning of the old Free State hotelat this to how my appreciation of Jr. Miles' defendant. In the almve) stated cause, as appears
New Hr> Circuit court of Hrevard county, Florida, F. DWYER, the defend- i : endorwd: on raid writ and by the.
art Cure. SAMUEL, O. 8TONK. said levy Oocoo
Lawrence the Kldridge House afterit on the xtli, day of ptcmlN-r) A H lea, In a MICHAEL by FI.or1d.n.
: and
entitled said description
: .I above of levy
Dr. Miles Heart Cure Is sold on a positiveguarantee cause therein l ilependinn, when In Aaron A. IMOranw cause record of the notice
was indicted by the pronlavery grandjul'1 : that the first bottle will benefit Is complainant and (;u.-.. K (hafTee atadministratrix and all persons Interested will hereby of property levied upon recorded by the lerk
at Lecompton and ordered abated AlldruKKlstttellltatll, I bottle for HI, ort ) of the estate of C. E. Unite*, firm of Caldwell and of the: ( Ircult Court of lirevard County:: lorida, I
take notice that the said Michael I F.
will be sect, prepaid on receipt I of price (ora U < liafToe Indlvldnallv I Fred H. < halter In the lien hook, and you, the .
as a nuisance by Judge Cato, who had the Dr. MUos Medical Co., Elkbart, lad. and rank H < hafTee, helm of f: t:. (liafToe, del Scott the plaintiffs in the above stated liwjer and all peiwms Interested aliove are stated herebyrequired W H, GLEASON & CO. ,

the writ directed to Sheriff Jones who Dr. Miles' Heart Cure ceane.I l, Knlwrt' Morrow ami ".lfe, ('''.n., Mor- cause, have commenced a suit In the Circuit to appear In In said suit, A 1) 1X911, being on ,

Humuioued the Douse mowtlv from Missouri --. =I roe, Brerard. Couiityta'e Hank(,; J. A Walter. :.1 Wa : Court of the State of _Florida! Seventh the the: ulTih first Mondav dav of said January month:: ;, else" judgment by ATTOltNnYS IN LAND C.VSCS '
nnor. (I 1,11111 llallcv.I John ' to _lit in E'x tlng.thwrtl -. --.-. --- Oraham, Harry Walton.. anil Helen Watton are Judicial Circuit, In and for JJrevartl default will foe taken against you the said :Michael ]
The bombardment which followed defendants, I will soil at public: sale, In front of County, by stiltof, attachment against F. Iivwer, and each, every In said awl('ourt personsInterented in said
Maltlind Aykroyd, boat builder of the court: bonne door, at Tltiisvlllr.: Fla I on the the honda, tenement, goods and chattels failing to appear had therein at bylaw TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS! EXAMIXED
was of the memorable cause, and such proceedings
one conflicts of lint :Monday In Novemlwr A I' 111116.> being: the
border ruffian day. The cannon was Toronto has rescued ove 40 persons from fourth day of said month during the legal of the slid Michael F. Dwyer, as defendant is In such canes made and John provided D. Broome I AND PEKFEC TLO .,
hours of sale to the highest and, best bidder fur named in the above stated cane, Witness the Honorable peal
since and recovered
drowning 1873 eight clerk, and the
placed on MawachnMitts Lawrence Judge, as also A A Stewart
street cash, the following described lands, situate In which said wilt of attachment therein c..II..I..IU.e In

opposite, and trained on the hotel bodies from tlio bay.HITTiIt. east Hrevard.half of county::the southeast, Florida,quarter to-wit of; section All of. the 12: has liven levied upon said property of of Hrevard Raid Court County at, the Florida, this, the Tltunl1l"i 1 1Septeniber ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AM RESURVEYS f

and fired by General David Atchison. I In township dn, south ol range 40 east, containing ) aid defendant In the above stated cause : A. 1). IMS. OBTAINED

then a United States senator from Mis TASTI : so acres,except the r war of the.Ja.knonnille :- as appears by laid levy endorsed on saltl A. A. STEWART

souri. The first shot went over the roof company, ,8t as Augustine now located&through Indian lOver aalollllnllIn,1h"n.r. Railway, writ and by the record of the notice of Clerk Circuit Court. Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption| ;

of the hoteL The second went througha It Aid In the Detection of {Tn- ore condemned by said railway companror ; said levy and description of said property Brevard County, Fla. Entries Corrected and Perfected.
second story window and the third so nlllt'b thereof as may be sufficient to satu- levied upon, recorded by the clerk of the Minor S. Jones, [L.S.] Claims adjusted before the Department h-
lick-Home Food fy said doc.tie and costs Circuit Court of Brcvard County, Florida John E. Hartridge"' at Washington. ,
and fourth shots struck the stone walls 3. TOME RETNOLIiS
In the lien book; and you, the laid Attorneys for Plaintiffs
Correspondence solicited. ;
scarcely making an impression on them. Daniel Webster In the famous White oct4-nov4 s Special Muter Michael F. Dwyer and all person Interested sep20-dei20, By C. R Stewart, D. C.

Jones seeing that he was not likely trial In Salem Mass., years ago declared are hereby required to appear In EAU GALLIE, FLA.

to abate the nuisance that way appliedthe that "murder will out." This maxim baa aid suit above stated on the first Monday Notice.In .

torch and destroyed the building.The been found applicable to many other Notice.In In January, A. D. 18'Hi) being the h

pome then scattered. The Kickapoo Sixth day of said month else Judgmentby Pineapple. Orange and Lemon
things beside murder. Housewives I Urcvard will be taken against the the Circuit t'ourt, Seventh Judicial h
rangers then took charge of the cannon Circuit Court County : default \ you
and carted it to the village of Kickapoo know it to be true when there Is alum In Florida Coast Line Canal & aid Michael F. Dwyer and each, every Circuit, Brevard County Florida: Land For Sale, Chell II. n

six miles up the river from Leaven- baking powder A bitterness In the Transportation\11. Company: tin Chancery.Lottie and all said persons Court Interested In Raid cause failing and to uchvrocee.lIngll appear The American, a Corporationunder CroceryColapant ) I have for sale 80 acres of pineapp t

worth. It was planted on top of a high broad at once betrays the alum's pres Ranch Johanne Ranch In law is in tlie Laws of the Notice of Inttltu- land on St. Lucie river, a few mlle below
had as by
of Suit
bluff and there remained posted as a ence. It can't conceal Its true nature. and Martin Oriltin Henr such made and provided. State of Sew< Jersey rialntlfTt, tlon Attachment.S by Eden, 40 of which being northeast r
menace to the free state men of Leaven- The alum bitterness "will out," and A.F. .P having of the leon complainant made by the In Agent I.1. the Witness the Honorable John D. quarter of northeast quarter of section
attorney '
worth. because It wiU, physicians who know alHire) suit that the defendant. Louis Ham Broome, judge, as also A. A. :Stewart, Michael F. 1)wyer Defendant JMICHAEL 18, township 38, south of range 4} east
and Johanne Ranch are over the age of 21 yean, the other 40 is the northeast quartet) I
Colonel Miles Moore first clerk and the seal of said Court at the
suggested the defendant In the
the harmful effect of alum on the system that they reside wl'hout the $tate of Florida, J DWtU, of southeast quarter of lection.
the plan to go up to Kickapoo and cap. to-wlt I : In Clenhagen| Denmark, and that court-house In Titusvllle, Brevard Coun. cause, and all (inmonn Inter- L
ture the gun. lie communicated hi. are at a loss to know why people con- there Is no person In the iRate of lorida. serviceof ty, Florida, this tlie 12th day of September ..uxl. will hereby take notice, that the township 38, south.of range 41 eafct I
subprana whom could bind said d..- American Grocery Co ,corporation, the plaintiffIn The above land be for *1(!
tinue to baking powders containingIt. upon can bought
scheme to a few free state men and ten buy reulallt.. A. D. 18'JS.: ; the above stated cause, hat commenced a suit ,
of the move daredevil ones under the All baking powders sold for twenty- therefore' Louis Ranch and Johanne A. A. STEWART, In the Circuit (ort of the State of Florida, Sev per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, \!
1I''h;;:; In and for Hrevard County
Judicial lemon lime
are aach hrrel.y required to apical I to orange, or growing.
leadership of Captain L O. LfMee well fivo cents a pound and lens contain alum. the bill of complaint filed In this cause u jion the Minor S. Jones, Clk. Circuit Ct., .tli by writ of attachinient against; the lands, I
armed with hiirp's rifles and revolvers There Is surely no In using flrst Monday In Novenilwr A I) lea to answer John E. Hartridge Brevard Co., Fla. "tenements goods and chattels of the said ;Michael Will be sold In lots of 40 acre u economy said bill, In due course, otherwise the same will Attys. for Plaintiffs. [L.S.1 t'. Dwjer, as defendant, named In the above cash. This land will soon be worth v)* I
made a dash for Kickapoo one dark these cheap powders. For a pure cream be takenpro confesso and said cause proceeddirected epJOdecSO Dy C. R. Stewart. D. C. stated case, which levied paid writ said of attachnentthereIn of said- per acre.
has been npon prorty ,
night, took poHHeraion of the cannon of tartar powder, as Dr. Price's was ex I.rleIt' I. that this notice be published defendant In the above stated cainw, as appearsby Apply to C. II. Walton, Anvn

and without being discovered were soon shown to be at the World's Fair goes so tines eai h wi-k for eight consecutive weeks. inthe said levy endowed on said writ and by the. office; or to Robbing & Graham Tmu.
bock in Le vNlwurth. Fearing the Ivt'iAI lOves ADVOCATE, lublinlIe4 In Notice.In record of the notice of said levy and descriptionof yule 'U
gun much farther and gives so much better TUusvllle, lorida. said probity "levied 11I10ni recorded by the
might be recovered by a writ in the I ions and ordered at the clerk's office at Tltus- Clerk: of the Ircnlt ( Brevard Count t
: u.n
hands of the sheriff or other proshivery results; there Is no doubt of Its being vOle, this 24th day of August A I) IHUft the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial Florida, In the lien book, you, the iahl I
Michael Dwyer and all persona interested Notice.
officers of the county or territory the more economical In the long run. A. A. STEWART District, Bievard county Florida: are hereby required to apiiear in said suit above ,
I teal I Clerk of Court Monday: In A. II I
gun carriage "'hidden in the south \ stated on the first January
( Circuit Court ) 6sei-novl Alabama Coal Company, late, Iwing the sixth day of said month, else i
part of LnHvenworth and the cannon General Nelson A. Mile was once a a corporation under the | Notice of In- judgment:: by default I will tie taken.against you, In the Circuit Court Seventh JUdiCIal

buried in Dr. Davis' old peach orchard clerk In a crockery store in lloston. lie laws of the State of AlaI I stltut I o n of the said Michael t. Dwyer, and each, every suit Circuit, Brevard County, Florida

where it remained a short time. had his first military Instruction froma I Notice. barns, Plaintiff. S-suit by at- all Court persons In said Interested' and falling such to proceedings appear In said had Robert W. Simms, 1) I

Fearing danger it was dog up and Fienchmah. VS. I tachment. therein as by :rael.l In such cases made and Plaintiff. I Notice of Innti' ,

Michael F. Dwyer, provideii.Witness. VS. Untlon of bun t oJ t.
taken to Lawrence one dark night In In County Court. Brevard County the Honorable John D. Broome,
the bottom of a wagon covered with 'Worth Your Confidence. Florida : Defendant. J judge, as also A. A. Stewart clerk, and the seal: Michael F. Dwyer I Attachment. t
F. DWYER, the defend! of said Court at the court-house In Titusville, i Defendant. J t
hay. remained but a short time Clemen MICHAEL Hrevard Countv, Florida, this, the UthdayofSeptember
Leasing, ) I above entitled cause and F. DWYER the defend! .
i ,
when it was taken back to Louvenworth A. 1.a. '1IUIi. MICHAEL
of Hood's Sarsaparllla In Vb.Emanual. >
success all Interested, will hereby take the above entitled cause ;
and placed in Dr. Davis temporary conquering scrofuU In whatever way It Jose ) notice that the Alabama Coal Company, A. A. STEWART and all persons Interested, will here!"
Clerk CircuitCourt.
graveyard" until the warcloads of 1856 may manifest itself Is vouched far by A FFIUAVIT having been made by a corporation, the plaintiff the above take notice that Robert W. Simrns th. r
Brevard Fla.
and 1H57 had panned away. The gun I thousand who were severely afflicted by fthe agent and attoiuey of Clemens stated cause, has commenced a suit In County plaintiff In the above stated cause hu:
was then resurrected and turned over to thl prevalent disease who now rejoice Leasing tho above suit that the defendant the Circuit court of the State of Florida Jones, [LSJ commenced a suit In the Circuit Court

the society of turners of Lmtvenworth over permanent cure by Hood's Sarsa- Emanuel Jose, i I. over the age 7th Judicial circuit, In and for Brevard John E. Hartridge for Plaintiff.tepaodecZo :., of the State of Florida, Seventh Judicial I

in whose keeping it remained fur a long parlllt. /bcrofuUmayappearasa humor, of 21 years, that he reside without the county, by writ of attachment againstthe Attorneys C. R. Stewart C. Circuit in and for Brevard Count) by I
series of years. Ou each recurring or It may attack the glands of the neckor State of .Florida but within the United lands, tenements, good and chattel By writ of attachment against the janus !

Fourth of July and other state occasions break out In dreadful running sores Mates of America but that his place of of the said Michael F. Dwyer a* defendant tenements, goods and chattels ot the r

and holidays "Old on the body or limbs. Attacking the residence Is unknown and that there Is named In the above stated case, Notice.In said Michael F. Dwyer, as defimUnt I
was mucous membrane, It may develop Into no person in the /State of Florida serviceof which said wilt of attachment therein named in the above stated case. vuicb t

brought out crowned with laurels and catarih, or lodging In the lung load to subpcvua upon horn could bind de ha been levied upon said property of said writ of attachment therein has beet I

escorted with rnnsio and joyous crowds consumption.I Come as It mar, a faithful fendant. said defendant In the above stated cause the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial levied upon said property of said dtfeno

through the streets of the city. course of treatment with I Hood's Now therefore, you Emanuel Jose as appears by said levy endorsed on said Circuit, Brevard County Florida: ant in the above stated cause, as appears I

Finally the turners relaxed in their /Sarsaparilla wIll erconie it, for working are hereby required to appear to the writ and bv the record of the notice of Charles Mooney and Frank by said levy endorsed on said wnt aD''! l lI

care of the old cannon and some ill advised upon the foundation of all disease, Impure declaration filed In this cause upon the said levy and description of said proper. dot Nuoisy the,, name co-|"rtuera, nrtn and on- Notice of Institution -I by the record of the notice of said let) I

parties without authority loaned blood, the system I I. clailllud and first Monday lu December, A. U. 13U.;>, ty levied upon recorded by the clerk of style of Thomas Nooney of suit by and description of said property levied I

the gun one day to the Leavenworth vitalized and vigor, strength and health to answer said action In due coulle.otheor".llIo the Circuit court of Brevard county, & Sons, Plaintiffs, } Attachment. upon, recorded by the Clerk of the .'n

Coal company for the purpose of aiding restored to the body. the lame will be taken pro Florida, In the lien book; And you the AS.Michael cult Court of Droned County, Florida. I

them to free the shaft of of confessed, and said cause proceed aid Michael F. Dwyer and all persons F. Dwyer, In the lien book; and you, the said Such I
a mass .
All druggist*sell Dr M11 T Pain MIla.l11ltt'r' Der..ndaDt.r Interested
ex parte. to
hereby required ael and all
Interested are appearin F. Dwyer persons L
debris that had fallen and clogged up It 1 U directed that thl notice be published said suit above stated on the first -' ) F DWIER,bUI" t In theabove are hereby required to appear ID WI I
the hoisting shaft The gun was taken each week for eight consecutive I stated cause, persons Inter- Monda "
once A D 1300 the first )
Sale. Monday January, being I dated, will hereby take notice that the nrinof suit above stated on the ,
down the air shaft, loaded with solid weeks, In the INDIAN< RIVER 6th day of said month, else judgment by Thomas Nooney & Sons, the plaintiffs In theabove January, A. D. 1800 being the sixth\ -ia)

shot placed upright and fired into the ADVOCATE published In Tituaville default will\ be taken against you the stated cause have commenced a suit In of said month else Judgment by default i

mass above. As there was no chance for UNDER'and and by sal virtue issuing of a out"::m'I ton--I, I Florida. aid Michael F. Dwyer and each every Judicial the Circuit circuit court of and the for State Brevard of lorida county, Tth by will be taken against you. the IIld: '

a recoil the gun burst tearing huge court for llrevartl county In a certainratine Done and ordered at the clerk's officeat and all persons Interested failing to appear writ of attachment against the lauds. tenements Michael F. Dwyer, and each. every M" I
piece from the side of the old warrior. therein dfwuilinic herein K. K. Mt'unlll..k TUusvllle, }" ., this 17th day of 1)1'1'! in said court in said cause, and such goods and chattels of the said Michael F. all persons Interested failing to appear 1
Is complainant ant Ifevld I'. Itibsonand tember A. 1>. 1M>:\. Dwyer, as defendant, named in the above stated and .uc*
law Is In
had therein
The proceedings as by In said Court In said cause I
gun was returned to the turners Ellen: llibtouani. ... durttuitanu. I will sell case, which said writ of attachment therein hat
but they seemed to have no use for it, to tho hlL'liMt I sad limt lildilt for cash, upon [U S.) A. A. STEWART, such cases made and provided. been levied Upon said property of said defendant proceedings bad therein as by law ii iD f
the nnl Mmulay: In ,OoU.lwr A 1) 1HM, being its Honorable John D. In the above stated cause, as appear by said such cases made and provided. I
and soon it was lost and no one knew 7th day of the month the following U.MH.rlbwl JOitep-Miov! Clerk County Court. Witness, the levy endorsed on said writ and by the record of John 'I't
anything about it About five situate In 'lorlila, Broome Judge a* also A. A. Stewart, the notice of said levy and description of saidproperty Witness the Honorable t
years ago ::-'rt.ta'ik.: on the vest.Ia-nh":Indian; clerk, and the seal of said court at the levied upon recorded by the clerk of Broome, judge, as also A. A. bte &n \
Colonel H. Miles Moore was passing River about ton feet north of llltwon ..bart and court house In Tituivllle, Brevard County the Circuit court of lirevard ooun'I' l'IOrida1 In clerk and the seal of said Court si th
down Shawnee south side hence a Notice. the lien book And V IOU; I
street Learenworth and sta1.u.in'srkrd"A'ua ard t tty
this the 12th of ,and all interested b. court-house In TUusvllle, Bre
palm 1.1: IIM net in diameter marked II T, bean Florida day September Dwyer persons are hereby
in an alley near a tlnshop noticed an north XI ,itones went throe link distant and a A D l-:. }5. required to appear In said suit above stated on Florida, this, the l.'th day of Seplelllber.
old cannon. lie gave it a close inspection palm U lixuetln diameter marked H T.: bean In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial the Scat MomUy,, la January A D MUll. being the A. D. 18U5.
A. 11th day of said
south 33 degree, east eleven links' dlilant; month else lndgmeaty default t
and fjvnd it to be Old Kickapoo. them south 41 degrees SI niln. west, along the District Urevard County, Fla. Minor S. Jones Clk Circuit Ct. will be taken against you, the said Michael V. A. A. STEWART
The tnrnerraad sold It to the tinner for a..rthwe.t aide of the eouihwe.t avenue *ucalled > Dwyer, and each, every and all persons Interested Circuit f
Adam Clk
thirty-seven ((37) chains and eighty.two WiUouchby and1)) John E. Hartridge, Brevard Co. failing to appear In sail court In said Minors. Jones F-h
$35 and he was about to ship it to Chicago (Kit links to the northeast Hue of the >Iviuing.Irant
for old brass. Appeals to patriotism ; thenoe south 44 ilegrar 43 mla eat and Charles E. /Smith, sepSO-decJO By C. Stewart, D. C. law .Is 11I..b eases made and providedM Attys. for Plaintiff. [L.S.] t
were in vain, and Mr Moore subsequently along laid grant line six (li) ihaiua and thirty- as co-partners under the Notice of Itnest, the Honorable John D Broome sepJO-decJO By C. R. Stewart, D. I
links to a point seven Judge also
two and ) ) at A A Stewart, clerk, and the seat
communicated with the Historical and .. r-g\tI links northwest of A. C name Arm and style of !I n s 11 I tutlon of maul euurt, at the court house In Titutvllle. I It

society and after some correspondence H..Ie' northwest oo..r; thence north 41 dog. Adamant Richardson of suit byattachment. Notice.In Brevanl: snooty, Phobia, this the 13th day of t
Ill Dlln..a thlrty- vea ,1ST) chains and thirty- rUlntiff September A D loan Sale.
the society appropriated ,tOO two links. to Indian River at a |Ist, whence aC.Iiu Master
for the purchase of the In the : 10 Inches In diameter marked: H T, Iwara ,-S. the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial A. A. STEWART, I
cannon. 1 f. north twelve (U: ) links ilUtanti also a Michael F. Dwyer, /lorida Minors. Jones. Clerk Circuit Court,
Brevard : '
meantime the tinner had shipped the palm 14 Inches In diameter marked "X" IwarauorthU Defendant J Circuit, County : John E. Hartridge Brevanl Co. UNDER and J'I of:'a":>of"lbSCOSTS fJJ":
ileg. eaat twenty-four links distant, The S. B. Hnbbanl TomKny 1 Attorney for Plaintiffs. *
gun to Chicago where it was recently thence northweetorly; along the river shore six F. DWYER. the defend a Corporation .av I lU8 for Hrttard t: tUIIt,. in.f ta 7jj *
found in a brass fonndryreadyto be ((0)chains and forty ((40) links to the |..lnt of b.- MICHAEL the above-entitled cause, ,. Law,uC the Slate I "1'8, e. BStewart, d.c. a rauae therein : woe..' -.ier-*
of lots three (St, t..urt) otturtda, Ice Inatittt-- Wilbur.et.al., an eompiainastnalslV
ginning being lrt I"
couslgued to a furnace. The gun reached and Ave Si,section twenty-live. township thirty and all persons interested, will hereby 1'lalatUr. .. of Suit by lin Anilerton, et ., are dvfenilantael, :.
Topeka in safety.-8t Louis Republic. (Jo). south( of range thirty-eight (at) east; eou- take notice that the firm of Adams VJI. IXotiII I ....... Administrator's Notice of }'InalSettlt'ment. alpul.lK-auction, u fonts of thedoor )5'Ivernier n in ,
taming twenty-eight and .eighty-three.- Richardson the plaintiffs In the above Michael F Pwyer. is Tltusvllle. oil the Srsl f ;'
l'efesdant. !* during the k>iral hours
!. lh. Bameh Tar*. bunuradths (M w-loo) acres.D. tli* -
.taWeau.. have commenced a salt In best bidder for CJ-h .!
the defeadast la the and vIng
F. DWYER. the
Corporal When approaching your the Circuit t
bone from behind, yon must call out i Bobbins ft Oraham Special| Master. {seventh Judicial Circuit, In and for Beeyard will hereby take suttee thai the 8B NOTICE It hereby given that oa March tad, of ths.u.aabw.sI q carter ol four theto(34i. is I ;
shall make of section
Anal twenty .
seioct4 return and
Bols for Comi Huubard Company a Corporation. UM plaintIff apply to
to them. el* they will kick your thick county by writ of attachment In the above stated commenced asuit his Honor, Minor 8. Jones, County Judge twraty-anm (IT). south of r5at:.' ,:,
The above sale was poatponeil until Mondav against the lands, tenements, goods and la the Circuit eath.-: *. of lorida.Beventh ;Brevard oountv, for a discharge and wladtu ( noast. containing ttrenty scree.
skulls and the end of the will be ,IorluD.
story the fourth day of .November A U USA, oa which chattels of the said Michael F. Jadictal Circuit la and for UravaM of the admtnistratioB of the estate of B. T. and situaud U Urarard county,
that 1ha,. nothing but lame horses i date the sale ..Ul occur, defendant named la the above Dwyer stated County by writ of attachment against the lands, Yohe" defeated. L. GAn.v 'i
in the squadron Soldatonfreoad. D. L. QAVtDEX. as tenements, goods and chattels of the aatti Michael I. I. STEER Bobbins 4 Graham. J(4ClaIIaatM ,
ocm-novt B|>clal Matter i ca* ,which aald writ attachment there r. Owyer, at deleadaat, BaouMl la the above. ....,.JaIIUI .4..r Ett. 8. T. Tab. .... for Coo>|>rts.I .It-I '


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...., INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, OCT( BER 18, 1895.la 7la


A IMfltoBU Problem Solved !. Tim c* Tropical
Hood fcl th. Mw Turk Aqnortnm.
RIJ PART In one of the tanks at the :\f'W(1\'*:

old GLORY FOR A FEW CENTS. aquarium tht'rt'are'\ eight spider crabs. I Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

The spider crab is the decorating oral
S1Y MAd. of th. Qa......
"I Are crab plants
V If The decorating
_t M4 grown tip. JOSHPII II. DUHKEi, Itocolvcr.Thu. .
rf croP"rlDlorm.Uo" nom* of It of t15M upon its back little] rprays and strourier -

Y ** :
Thing* of 1I.lr. snipe off with its pincher claws. It car -" I'TI T..bI. in Uf...s Apr, la; ';.\: '" !I -
.,kt Ii !' ). 7u. t.\', 1 iaY : .n.S5.1) rave
chance that the writer' riea these first to in month, where It ISaCv. .'?l.llhRt.T1TTF. .Ar empln
peal quite b7 "w'-caw T I of waterproof Y:. I. : :: ;lsa .Sreen'meprings.! : :: .. 5tnan: / :AA \pm: .:.
article happened on a man whoa 1 soems to keep a supply 13U. It hi'' IC tna 1'.I..rk. ... . .. 4M.1II 4'11I1' ''' r3pa
J1 f Mki in the manipnlaof glue, and thence to its k:ck It is sup .. ... Sill a it 0p InMS ,. .. .I"onll"II'.n. . tsstu I a'em! ,,,' IUI..n
bis lifetime . ... .
I Ie tars 12oia II Cia. "t"I\J".tI"n 34.an Iepm
pent hair transforming it In."lr. posed<< to do bin for protection from its . .. gala. Li y: a IJ2oq: ? .' Set III. .. .. It 241.11I S4 1'41'11I. .u,, U11: .nSIAa
human enemies, for, half buried In the mud .. ... 12t111. 1Iil1. ..ieIA"n. Spring, ,,. .. It1sm 2'1' ''' II ISaa.
crowns, frizettes and all thekind .... tuna 13II.IH" .. . /le..I..I.. .. . 31M1am Isan' 10iaan

, \ of "false" hair and weaving and with these thing invisible.rising from It its is .IIoa' ..: .. 11 :: t.I. . ,I IIt'I..n.a..I l ihv.: : : : ::. : :: 2MeuI.1951' :::I: :. .

back, it practically ... .. . I
chains, eyeglass guards, Iola I't'' Ir ".nfnrI. Le' 1/11.: '" 1''I''I'"Oln.' .
In3t t lute j watch possible also that the crab uses the . .... Ilia 11\111'\ lIrl.lo. . .. .. iit.5m .. .
Vfi ?well as mounting it in lock HOTEL ROYAL roiMl\\A, for adornment it often selects .. .. 4t111. S'7p. .. . k'.I.4I.' .. . .. ii '0n' in Mam! ...
earrings and brooches'\ sprigs as .. .. .. .. 1110. aalpAr. .. .. It.rtow . I.' .'If"'I'1II$ CCOa ...'' . .
a ring,pins PALM Uh\ 'II growths kind ( LAKE WOK
,dKerking. U up into aU of HI growth, after it IIIM ootue to lie called a .. ... .. ... S3ea: 9lsti.Ar .. . .1'.1111' .. . 1.\.1" 51M1an.I.. .. ., .. I,
and emblems.A .Ma ee ; x 111'1', : + .
' rJ 1 designs charming head of hair on a worn OPEN DUliINO TilE \\lNTtIJ bLAbOV ACtOMMOO.VT1ON FOIL 1,,..X). spider crab it cense to decorate Itself, ::: .. IIleAr.; I: : :.II5111I.h.: ; : : .Iv:' : n \ : .. : : : :.
though sometime the seed of ninrine )ton. sun I ,era Y a: 1' u. .\ I arl Ta"'I'" A. 2s.: 1' m "'lIIra. .n,1 'nn."
he said, "is a thing of beauty and buck them, Tar.. sal let Pulp" AI' .. k'y "'.t. .. ,1..ain ,1..1.' '
settle ita amigrW
''ted crowning glory, but to a hair ItK'tiu W. MMIIIIII., Manngcr plants on lwrd I and "Cal ... it Om a n. AI' Isr.uA I.,1Jsi: I' III "...1.1".1."
it low the handy use of its -
----- but
Sit i i. little value. --- -- never a 1110I,1.\.1.\11., A. 1I1.'I--, ntix;; 1 tsJNea..imlln. ; laalvda; ",i;uurlLAt; 1I00't.
before it has passed through pincher claw! tames' '%rIoterprl.el.rSlsa: ?fiat: 1' Li 1'.IKlk. Atsryt: 112 :It'Iot.lI... C.tt, .,,. "' '11M.,
wthair, liP'II'ol'thlE'Sll. JACKSONVILLE'S ONLY FIRE'PROOF HOTEL The largest of the spider crabs nt the a2ai'At::\ 1MItti'i; I} H ilnpiArRanMalta::: ia I: atSpI:: 52sry, : .It ( )rets,5tm. I,:, Chas
;kink of the mlUlufacturerll HOTEL 3a At 1 225pAt, S..meI Is 22t Rt Op Sr l.sk.llrlenl., r2aMp'At ,
; woman's MELBOURNE 8 inches in luigthFrom
i The hair of a JOTEL GENEVA. I aquarium is abont / / 'ritn..iilx. iv IT ins 9alp' A. 1'lolllt Ir 1'1' .' i 't. Ar\cu5n,\t,5I., ai.'"
in for C.ar7T u.r eq 31f.V lido to side its legs spread about CLWi.eJalunmlt'At;i : -R'VlI'' II 1'IA'r.' 'I "' ''.'''' Rltn'' : -a : :,. ....k ;,a-\r1 7io
inches length, .
s ad which is 80 II j 1 I Connate I5 ,M1CbClM eight in< hes. The bottom of the spider 112:10'1': I.\ ""' "f..r,1 Ar II'.... .IOroe l., alatka t .lty I' 111'1'' 'I.r Sanford, ell'.
:e. would not be worth morn than tlllI MELBOURNE, l Indian River, FLORIDA I with The U4Tpl.r Manna': A.I"4> II P's A. lIa.'h.."Tt-A'l limp I34p.1t' 1.1 Lvl'I 1'nasp.tr '.
yEP; IMM10rAEIrT.rATayTr awl crabs' tank is colored gravel:: .
I : Onl.l..1 I.515aa 1 ;"' "'' 1"1' I 211'1'r M"Ih.ra Sot
4 i,* :JW A1111t1IV(1yFlooqSA7JalfTAI( Open| all the year round 01| Huh- tank was cleaned the other day' and all 41\1\1.Ar :%lamn IX Is aM 1-1.1'' Ar' 1..1. 124't' 31'1'r' 'l'ua" 1.31'a
remember a woman coming into d uGery.PsygMCts OlEVeraS2U : .\ "", '\ :IMI"\r' .lere1nr.I.II"Iit" 1 111.1'1.\ Itdiradnl.vi as I ,
'I 1 tog, Hunting and l milling Rates, inches of the. water .
but about three ., .
and to Bells 104tt 3NAtp FArhlyfee. In MI.IrSt.itierni. I /elet': lrlrnnknrjilt Lr s4N'' 11'11.\ IA" iv'' III.lIy. '.
3Tib",p one night offering ARTISTICALLY 8.ELEGANTLY FURNISHED *:J.:JO and upwarda.I'ruprietuss" drawn off When the filling of the .tt.

!bJil' She said she was a seaman'snfe Mitt. I. M HAnn. tank was begun, all the crabs gathered l>.\ t l>Blly *.....Jt) Hiimlny.

t and not having heard from him _Hwrlil mturrii. nt Hotel_ ClrnrtM : Elegance ] around the Intake Crabs mid fishes] in Train Klaiul "Xrarrv tnttinith I nllnian ItnlTit SIrping) ear i IHIV.FHI Ntwirk sod Taini' ..
1 !T many months was in desperate comfort, and absolute elcinlini'HS captivity) usually do this, looming Train* 1% and '.-Through 1'"II"a"lI"n..t Hlu |.In:: l'ar' In.iwwn (1".11..1. Tan'|'*'

.tnutt for money She wanted to know Moderate rates8wrh the fresh incoming water as a man In {v. II. r".I. U. I'. .\('KMIIlltmral :. .\',
"mash would give her for her hair, HO I FOR BISCAYNE BAY captivity might welcome an incoming 1I1'.1 IInl.I"II'I..nt. I m..onitr "p"

which was of considerable length. I re- l ...liir.. Rt
1. TIlE
wujon'* hair off It is such a demoralsog good fishing, good; cookingCCTOOaSURF'BATHiNG lloiiHKCt.kers. When you gut ed at will. Here it was permitted to Jacksonville
thing to do, and the time Stop at ,
degrading! -- _. run in at its natural force, which was
'art u enipliiwized when dire need is then THE TEAR ROUND about that of water flowing from a hose. iY

of the sale. However, I was in a The Lemon City Hotel The flow MOM broken somewhat by the i N.S. St. Augustine
..rtinon to obtain her assistance until of the
strainer the opening
i wire over (
is ha"bund came back. c "L 7 t I11 .. intake, placed there to keep little fishes & Indian
S.T r
'Wf. get our fluent descriptions ofdy Ji t At Lemon City, the terminus of the and crustaceans from getting into tho River
continued the subject of this in JWP rwint:%>"anytip(1ESMIRnA. fUjg IHiM Hack Line, on IMscayne lliy Airy pipes, but It was too strong for the t'

'm'lrW, "from France and Italy,hence ygL rooms, comfortable lads, good table, spider crabs to fa<'8. They began to set
.je all shades of black and brown. ZQ MIES OP' BEACH rORAPLAUffBl 1! terms reasonable] tie thenuielvesdovtu into the gravel and ; (. Railway.

France again, Germany and Spain supply wfj (;nod fishing anti hunting In the to pile gravel upon their bucks, appareutly ot.TGe Tim, Tallin In ffrrt July Kill, ItllI.\
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the market with brown light flaxenad neljhborhoo.l.
to weight themselves down ru --- --- -
\ red hair. Gray hair, being found in A TOLSTOI ANECDOTE D M COVNOLLY, Prop. that they could withstand it On a All Rail Lino to Lake Worth via. St. Augustine, Ormond and

erprr parcel, is described as universalOn Lemon City, Dade Co., t"li. sandy or muddy bottom they could have Rockledge. -
How th Author T..te,1 robl"brrVho
there -- -- ---
continent regular
the are buried themxelve
buried or partly
Did Not Know Him.
harvests. During'the summer time South Bound, North Bound
t \ little Here the work was more difficult, but
ran can see at every fair peddlers suroondrd The following characteristic were equal to it Nx, ,'o I 1\11. ,b. \... ,
by girls with their beautiful story of thatecceutriugttuius, Count Leo they : :. 37 :20m I So.3'J 7e. I 11l:1. :/,... 1
] combed out standing in file Tolstoi, is communicated to onr Odessacorrespotindeut HOTEL COQUINAfORMOHDBYTHESEA They would work their leg down Into .vhu'kamrl'Ir.- DIq. a "if4 I' -:-.::..-. Lr W I'"hll RoachM1-- ---s -, -, . .
halt nicely Mwrow journalist the gravel and then lift them, displacing ArKL Augn.tloe Inn a 5s.' 1' by IIhlo.'. . .. .. .. ...utl, . I
tilting their turn. The peddler has in by a that and with I. "St. Augustine 111:11': a he 11'nl \ s ... ...
] of his recent short stoiins manner, ... ... ..., .. .... Ianud. ..
hands of shears, each girl After completing one Lv II""U"II. 11..1. .. 7 17 a III . I
bit a pair works the count want in search of a new their pincher claws they would pick up I.ianl1'siatka.: .. .. ... I.eAhila. .... .... SINIaII, ... '. ".. -. II
bends her neck, a few snips, and the crab would -- NUlsrt..t .
e stones. Sometime a pick up Ar 1.lalka.
bur ii off, tied into a whisp and thrown publisher lIe appeared office of one forenoon in + two gravel stones at onoo, one in each Ir I aialks <, ; :l... .. --L' :. H. : It t 1j ; .. I

ate cde.i And basket' how standing much do at the think shearer's that the where publishing he was personally unknown a magazine llo FLORIDA.SURF claw, and place them both on it* buck Lv Arian Nxn badrol alnw, ., : Rt Fort \>, / : : ;,lea I/:, ,: i

you was dressed after the manner of a better It might tackle a stone so big as to require ArOr",1 I ? .. .1:13111": . .. to Aloilmutna/ ... .11:11I.11I':1:10.: : : .p .., .
the girls get for this? A few cents, apady both claws in the handling of it I.SriunnI .. .. .. I.' ""ru". . ... . I
trinket or a bright silk hondker class mauzhik, and the chief of the establishment 1.\'Or""I.IoII'lO.. . .... . .. .. . .. .Itanitallie: .... . IIasauasi. .
1 probably given to judging<< and raise that and put it on its bark. lt 1.0",.. .. .. lJ At J' .. .. .. .. Lv 1I..k1edll... ...... ...... .. ...
chief BATHING AND DRIVING Are Some of the stones would roll off down Lr fort Or."I. .. 12 M .p .. .. hr I....',.. ., .,.. .,.. 1:113: I' m tI'l' .. I
travel from from appt.'arlWet's'wll/6 not over polite or I., .. .. 1'oIn .
0r Some peddlers cottage rwKmrrna. 12M1 1100. Le'Ity ( '
patient iu listening to the count's request Specialties at Ormond by the crabs' legs, but they were not I:, S.k Illl.. ; .. :: I M p:: it: IttnnsIlls.: : :: :: : : :::.i 6111II..I.l\r; i.:::.:.
towttage plying their trade, and the lout there, for they helped to build up 1..Tltllnllll'l' .. ... Ifs: it sag a 1.\'O.klllll. .. .... .. .... .. .. .. ... .. .. 4I
ame performance is gone through. An to have his sketch published, at J3f For Circulars, address, around and the crab would ahead .. ('Ity l'ohtt. 3. 1' .. I... New "Sm)rna.. .. .. 245 I' m 113111. .. .
the time taking the manuscriptfrom go I ( .. S I7 IOIN( ) a I.r foot I :. .
image head of hair weighs four ounces. same and put up others on its back. Ix: Itia:k7..I: .n.: :: 311 p p: hr Ia7bmq:ralge., .. .::: :: : :: ': :i.\'I;'m : : : ::: ::. I
0 When sufficient hair is accumulated, it his pocket SEISER & PINING tank full and the inflow .I.rEs'bailie: ., 34:11' 11311. .. .. ArI'rniud. .... .. .. 114111'11I. ... ...,
li mid the hair manufacturers who "Oh, said the publisher, "I really Managers, When tho was I.\ 'Saran. 3U ..,. .. . l.v Stmtud, .. . .,. .. .. .. ...
to look cut off, the crabs went walking I.. \1..11..11I..1111.] . 311.1 III 112" I.' Orlllllll,1 JIIIIO" .1". ....,... .
Rbmit it to a process of cleansing and cannot be bothered. It is no use my ORMOND- THE SEA about again as usual-New York bnu I.a "let Lnele' : Ar Ea.t: Palatka., .... 211 p m .,.
I lotting into various lengths and shades.It ing at your sketch. We have hundreds A. Fort: 1.I..n.II. .. : I'j" /3P Arian M. .... -I:::, .. ,. ,
I u then ready for the wigmakers, of such things in hand and have reallyno GENERAL THOMAS. Ix Lrlenaen: Idxn: I : :: : : : ::1"2:1: ; :: :::: : :: Lr Nun /Mares . : ::::.IT..r.i"I:.;..:.;.:;I i

who tray it as they require it, paying at time to deal with yours, even though 1.\'I1'.rt ... .. / . .. .. Alhtal-ka.: ... a.I"11i j' iiiI. 1' I

!the rate of 20 cents or so per ounce for you were in a position to guarantee the HOTEL y CARLETON II. MI?L. H.T. Keen a Southern Soldier Lr by: Ilnhx Allele ;;;. i: :: 1 ,':: :: :: :: :: : Ht'I:, ::..::: :::: :: t.I\I'I'n>_=-:_

length of 10 inches to 12 inches to as cost, which I very much doubt" bat Far III Wife. .by ,W. .,"Ilt..1 11\131'1. .. A.U. A"IC".""". .... .., 111"1'' hll..I.. I. .
nun shillings as there are inches for Tolstoi slowly rolled up his mann Jacksonville Florida General William Mahoue of Virginiasat Ar I.v V !:r ; ; : :: : : . ., .. AtJsekMmrille I., St.; Augunthi.: .: 7s.5.na. S In IS :: ::: : : : :: .
lengths of 86 inches and upward. Thegreatest script, and replacing it in his pocket observed in Cl1am (,rliu'I, deeply iutntid

demand is for hair from 14 to : in a well bound volume of substantial A. & W. Branch.
!1 inches in length. The longest female "I must be laboring under some mis size. To a rl'IK.rtl'r who ventured to ak

to on record is '72 inches. apprehension. I have been told that the Ouuo, ito Po tofficoo the title of the book the general courteously _____$4i'TII_I1nlNII.! __ I\OItTIl a
The of confiscatedthe public likes to read what I write. suid STATIONS Nn wrATISNS.
tycoon Japan once : :
hair of a whole province and had it "The public likes to read what :you Under New "It is made np of 'P pt'rl of the Milltury IN._ ..... Suvriq: .1 . O. ('11) J""O J'tJU'idEr'

*oven into a ship's hawser over a quarter write!I" exclaimed the publisher, closely Management Historical Society: of Mawm'buhctts' "., Granite Irk. I/olxn('Ity I :.J..J.: :' '' :: Oran iake,(lisle. ('ity? I":: :: : :: : :

of a mile long. Then he discovered scrutinizing him. 'hoare :you? What and contains critical sketches of some of Ar O.t'ItyJuna. .... ... Ar hewnyrna
thit iteel ropes were in existence: and Is your name?" the leading federal and Confederate\ '
is Leo Tolstoi. Open all the Year -- All train .. .>arkannvllleiiil Ht AiiKinitliii
low the cable, composed of the pigtails "My name general I was. at that moment engaged Stand .
Trmln.i: :), 2B/ : 1M. wmthofHt Auirimllnii, tally rici)I't Sunday
4 the unfortunate Jape, reposes before The astonished and abashed publisherwas Coolest and most pleasantly located on the sketch devoted to General Thom. Train *w every Monday/ W."e..y.lld. truUy train :tw every Tuesday, Thursday anti 1

eyes of the curious in. Bethnal Green Instantly on the other side of the hotel for the summer month ,. Thoroughly aa It is a very fair and interesting ac Saturday.
tueenm. counter, expressing the most profuse ] refitted and count of his character and services."I TI Tline-Tal' .1011..11 tlie tlnim it ,.hli'h Iralna may, Iwrxruvtml. to arrive mil ilitart front t
/: elegantly furnished the MI.rd 'aUII". I,nt their' arrival' nr ill'parture at the time smiled I. not Riiarantivil. her *... .
The gentleman interviewed possesses apologies and entreating the count to do Elevator. All modem ImprovementsKATRh knew Thomas personally, for he the! Coipuny,Imlil Itself -Miiml!,le! for any delay <.r any r..MM-fiii>iii.... arl.h,1C tlirrrrorin I\

I magnificent trophy of hair, in size him the distinguished honor of permit :-U: .50 to *3.SO per day. was bom and reared in my suction of d. n. "HUTT. dtllltI'UIIU''AIIII''US: I IW
"a S feet long by 2 feet high, in the ting him to publish the sketch Tolstoi Special by the .week, and to Commercial Wet Virginia. lIe was a military man ,_. ...I..t. ti.n'I fnHrngrr A'rnt. l'!

t lam of a basket of flowers, every leaf, quietly buttoned up his coat with the Men of excellent parts, rather slow to act, __ I I
in his breast pocket, saying: Only] hotel that the electric] cars pass he
T petal and every stem of which is manuscript to and from depot buS never able to grasp the idea that
wmptxed of cunningly wrought hairs "You have no time you say, having so had been whipped. His bulldog tenacity

"TO the human head. How long it many hundreds of these things in hand.I CRAPO & LeVENE, was a strong chlU'actt.rllltic.

took to create it, it impossible to say, must find a publisher who has time, Proprietors. "I know a good deal more than this

tot yean unquestionably. He has other and one who will not require a guaran book about ThoiuaiT prediltction for the Send the "Advocate" some of your Job

Jtailar displays, mostly the work of tee Da vidanya I" And the count walked southern canne. In parsing through the

tinsel! or his son, though they pale in- off in his usual nonchalant manner. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA state on bill way from Texas to New

Insignificance! beside the monument -London NewLC.uch' York at the time that the legiiilature
orders and will be satisfied.

The cession Thomas said, with emphasis,
working of hair into ornaments Their Ear COLUMBIA HOTEL ,
bas gone out of vogue considerably of The new canon of Westminster was 'There ill nothing for the south to do
hoe years, but but to fight. It was well oudt'rstood
seafaring men even now once terribly interrupted by the incessant -
Centrally Located St.
on George
art" /great lovers of this form of memen- coughing of his congregation. that his sympathies were with the people

to> Naturally their favorite designs as Whereon he suddenly paused in his sermon Street. of his native soctiou -

tame the forms of anchors, compasses and interjected the remark, "Last Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park, "I was empowered by the governorof -
tad< <*! her things nautical night I was dining with the Prince of and a full view of the Ocean and Virginia to offer him an important

(One day a gentleman came to the Wales. The effect was miraculous, anda rolling breakers from the piazzas position created for him and tendered it FLORIDA BOAT *! WORKS

Itt Jwt of this article and desired him deathly silence reigned as the preacher with the full expectation that it would ,

B a most mysterious manner to weave continued: "As a matter of fact I be accepted.. lie married a Mis Marcyof

join, hair which he gave him into the was not dining with the Prince of Wales W, M, TEAHEN Proprietor New York, and it is no doubt true West Palm Beach Florida.
'-'In >t serpent The head and taUt last night, but with my own family. I that his wife's iu1\U'n81w1 much to

u'', be of gdld, and the tail was to am glad, however, to find that I haveat do with keeping him on the Union :,.
to WJ! into the mouth. The serpent last secured your attention. Gas, Electric Dells and perfect system side. "Washington Post.T.h..p.at ed e
of .
Sanitary bewerageO ;
be two
m coils and to encircle
-- ------ ---- Cuooa mil.
fc ----- ----- -------
a* heart pierced by a dagger In ==
N'r to thoroughly the de General /bhenuan's! reminiscences of cS
comprehend .
*** ht had to be let into the secret, and wartime are very entertaining One of ( =
e.is "u the explanation which wa ofJfk the most magnificent specimens of man- cn
: : .N :RIVER: HOTEL:: : I hood I ever saw said he, was soldier w ==-

who was constantly laughing at the poor .
serpent was to represent the na- sad
an fallows who became fatigued by long t-t
certain lady to whom
; young
n ';;a* belonged and who had Jilted p 'f TITUSVILLE marches or who sank under seemingly ==-
c J* *'atkman in question. The golden : : trifling wound Hi enrage, health c:::>> C3p ==- c::::
*" was % Indian and strength seemed invincible. One ::=
J symbolic of his -- ll River /I
'C'Cv: ffection and the dagger showed day a hea"'l'roj..ctl1e from the enemy'scannonwhat -

** **Ply he had been wounded. The W : I la. we call a spent ball- cn ==

"". a ohm serpent being in its mouth in : :: came rolling along The temptation to =

ld that in Injuring her quondam T J1'.iI"o.. II VOS8, put out 'JIM)'I foot to stop such a ball c;.:>> cd s. cI'2:::;
( w e. f wit irreHiaUblil. The soldier I have men :z-:
had also bitten her elf. The wa:' MAXIGEKOJKII : c:::>>
:- "ii,Tition of the work, sent it back All The Year. he pat out his foot, and in an instant it .
> t1l alterations and finally refused ;. wa oat off, and he sank to the ground

:-an n at all perhaps discovering the a maimed shattered cripple for life Bont" hanlfitl out anti Hepaund at the losvenI'toinpt

"* '.* ,J* his scheme.-Boston Post weeping like a child at his awful mU- iignros. nth.'HUOIltivon to oi-tlor .
) -k Only a few minutes'walk fortune.
T from Hallway stations ________ KntiinntcH given on all kiiuln of boatn.AfnU .
r' / 1F
'ath is announced at the Har t M : and Steamboat landing The programme for Lexington's | for the Celebrated

.. -a in Germany of the well known *. spring meeting are oat Tn inertias
b" I f. Kinber, who wen the EngUi On the banks of eke will lass from April a? ta May i. wi WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida..

.....V.u.d the Grand Prix: de Para in far-fanwd Indian Wr r.3VT almost | 0,000 will U given ia kUkv

TJND=3i :N iw A 1>T VC -JU JVl ,1 1 NT. and DUnK A.. T. nosn:

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\ i : : coLonnn CAMP MIITIN Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't-- ReportD'oNAl8akins


q I' Is now In progress at New Smyrna
I attendance Is large, and some we
"I colored speakers' are prcsen
Up Capital 2500000.
large patty from Titnsvllle visited

I Smjma last Sunday, probably LAW LOANS HEAL
,f jj 1 I or more. An ADVOCATE represc- ESTATE,
,J I ve was one of a party of la
.s, 1'; :| : so much, who to attend went the on camp the excursion meeting We have for sale a large list of careful

.. as to visit the beach at Coronado.Our .
ABSOLUTELY PURE selected Indian River
party was well equip r>ed with _
and while the Coronado hotel I. ------ -------- -- --- I
: Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
open, we found )lr. Alf.' Sharp I 10 S. F. Travis, Mr. and Mrs. Blackburn. -In looking back over the campaign for LiT,!
; of the premises as watchman Mr and Mrs. Albert Taylor, )fr. and the shell road, the ADVOCATE has the Canal and Transportation Co.
he kindly threw open the office amt Mrs. W. (>. Paterson, )fl'. and Mrs. A satisfaction knowing that It conducted CANAL L.A.1VDS.Florida
room. In the latter apartment I.. Trafford Mr. and .Mrs. J. Sanders
I M. Its case fairly and without a single Intentional -
ladies spread oat their lunch and Capt. and Mrs. Maclntyre Dr. W. L. Southern Railway Jacksonville Tampa Key West Railwax <
{ and with flmpili
misrepresentation, one
vocal Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment
everybody had partaken and llughlett. i "
single exception we never Indulged I ID Priced '
and other Low Land
music Indulged In
was remark which we regret having ut-
those of the party who had Immunity from Frost. any tered. We refer to the matter of A. B. IVTonoy to; Loan .1ways on. nand
went for a run on the beach, At Ten in to mil
I I Carter, of Ocorglana. In our Issue of per t'tnl. sums
i others took a dip In old ocean One of the lessons of the late freezes Sept Oth we called him a malicious liar Write for Descriptive Price List! n' Carefully) Selected Properties
; Annie Sams, of New Smyrna, joined used In the heat of
3 Is that This language was
: trees In southern
j and orange part
party accompanied us to Cor TitUl ville. Florida.
of the campaign: when we were irritated
Brevard county came through In good
;;; ; and her pleasant manner made I
and the base and
lhape. A few locations on Merrills Indignant at many unfounded I
'J' an Important acquisition to our
Island had good water and charges which webelnlt made
; protection '

1 :' .sundown we left Coronado for escaped south ,The like I Ankona Sebastian and southward and farther orange by the opposition through in the the columns shape of correspondence of our-Gall and Examine my Prices. L

camp mooting grounds. The cite
trees were not damaged, and are In contemporaries.After .
f the encampment is very picturesque; !; calm' reflection, we wish toad-
: full
r. fruit now. Being mostly and
l located in one of the famous Turn young
J small groves, the crop Is small, but the mit that the language was too strong
) hammocks, and several camp fires, SIMON HAMBERG
principal of protection remains the same. At the time the words were used we
: lighted; up the scene, gave It ;a ID the government building at Atlanta were of the positive opinion that they; ,
-t J and There I III
; '! <|ue novellJeauty.
; otherwise would
warranted not
were we
exposition, can be seen three trees
large tent In which the meeting I II young to Oeo. B. Rumph.
have used but when Messrs. Sanders ( )
them -
I In full leaf and fruit, from Mr. C. T. Mo ;
will accommodate
I .l I which perhaps a Party's at Ankona, taken from Creech and Magruder assert that
people; there are also a great grove from remarks TITUSY1LLE MELBOURME JENSEN WEST PALM BEACH
t j small tents "and refreshment the open Held In May last. There are they got an Impression our ,
thousands l of trees In good con similar to that expressed by Mr. Carter,
1 at. which the prices are very dition In: South Bievaid.Remember : we feel It our duty to say that we do not Where will be found a first-class stock ofGents'
After supper our party ai-
believe he was guilty of a malicious lie.
I / the services. The Rev. Thomas, for these facts when looking lIe certainly misunderstood us, but was Goods Goods Shoes Hats Fnrnidn
,' Titusville, preached last Sunday night adapted a location in for respect.a grove. The soil Is no worse than the above-named gentlemen Furnishing Dry ,
+ the sermon' revival services were every
: who have stated upon their word '
:1 order, but as our train left at 0:30: of honor that they got the same Impres = AND MILLINER.
were compelled to leave before the Headquarters for I Jorl&la'III! -
: feature of the programme wa it sion. Thus we close the only wound 8y GROCERIES AT MELBOURNE. All at Lowest Cash Price
r I ora. left as a result of the road campaign of
under way. Everybody who visited fine line of and at astonishingly low prices A '
which we are aware. A Mattings Carpets lew 1 ia;
I JSmyrn.1 last Sunday exprcssei All Florida visitors to Atlanta are Invited Carriages below cost. Give me a trial-will treat you right all\ along tin im
| as delighted with the tri) to make the West Florida I
\ hoped that the excursion would be mont their headquarters. A De-part-Is To thc Voters of Tltu'4\ ills,: S. II. Ray will serve you at Titusville; J. R. Walker at Melbourne ''tta. ]i
Miller at West Palm Beach, and Geo. E. Coon at Jensen
next Sundiy.; kept In which all Floildi.tns visiting the
J" l { ; city are requested to register their Knowing that my name has been placed
;, FINK: IJODY or" CIIHAI lames: their home postofllce, their Atlanta on the ticket for alderman the town
t \ ; city address and the date of their of Titusville to be voted for at the elec
; LAND. expected departure: from: Atlanta.I All lion on Oct. 2tb< I respectfully ask mi' Fred S. Chaffee & Co

I utters or telegrams sent to the care of friends! not to vote for me, as I would
read In the Jacksonville paper the West Florida exhibit receive cartful not serve If elected. JJ'
1' i1\ : daily of nunierons colonization attention, and all Floridians leaving R. P. PADDItOJ.! ,
J : In quest of desirable locations for home without an address In Atlanta FRED s. CHAFFEE, TITUSYILLE FLA..

I! ; r people. Many of the advance would do well to have their friends. address A counicTiox. Registered Pharmacist. ,
\ of this Incoming tide of Immlgra them In care of the West Floridaexhibit

I have already reached the stale Agricultural Building.-Citizen. A Complete Assortment of
:; say to them, "All Hall;" we bid OIII.AXDO, FLA, Oct. 13, IS!)'),

,, ': a cordial welcome. They will find Editor Ailiwntf: PURE DRUGS and Sundries
; t -e Druggists
people of the East Coast ready to FOR SALE.
'. j to them every couitusy and loin Will you please correct a statement

a willing hand, to guide then which appealed In last week'sp.ipcr ->3 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude =<-
that period of Inexperience that PINEAPPLE SUCKERS i'di'd{: concerning the San Sebastian: drainage
{1 e : : new settles all countries. scheme. It has already obtained :71We give prompt and careful attention to all mall ordeis.

; majority of these people are at- . AND SLIPS stale wide publicity? by The being following copied error into the appeared -
to pineapple: Industry while Give trial
;Ij We want trade. us a
I C ; devoting attention to citrous' In said article: "Mr. Robinson your
?" ; Egyptian Queens. informed us that contracts providing for
and What has
., \ vegetables. lire-
y ::1 county to olTer them ? We have In Red Spanish. the drainage this vast 1It"lyof laud, Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies. Pcitumn
I.. would probably be signed within the next
II i p liievnid the finest body of unde ten days." toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
tlrst-cl.tHs land to be Pernambncos
) pineapple :
I on this coast. It lies In township White The facts are as follows: Mr. Russell
if. 2 Antlnnas.
I I' 3.1: and 32, between Fort Tierce and I -- no I a wealthy capitalist of Cincinnati, recently E.Groceries : 'L. :se: D
I'I'I'" l The main line of the Fh.t \. Finest and Best Suckers and Slips on consumattxl the purchase of
I k : Coast it. Lake Worth and dcliv- several townships swamp and overflowed -
Railway runs through It Prompt quick
4' the bust of transportation, and lies ery. Write me for prices. lands on the headwaters of the Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
: I. M. Johns liver. Commencing: ten miles
Indian River amidst
f'A to the best K. 11. I'AUKIS.v..t I-alm Reach, tlH. ,
due west of Mlcco and running south
r!':' ; .( The and pineapple oysteriug land this country lies on the af- nearly to Ft. Drum Slough, the main I call the Attention of the People of Indian River tOmy Stock ot

: I side of the railway, on a high, buau CHOICE hotly thereof lying about six miles west tipple, Ac 1+"niiey G-i"oeeriei3Vui
of the San: Sebastian river and having a
{ ridge: heavy hickory, spruce
I f''f and scrub oak. The building sites fall of upwards of twenty feet to said And Food ProductsOf

f!; ;t bo excelled; the drinking water \4 Pineapple Plants. Ii VOl'. All Kinds. Also My Stock of
last and June Mr Fries
During May
soft and healthful.
: '', Meal
r t t the eastward of the railway a and I made: a complete topographical Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed ,
In large or small Quantities. survey of the whole region. Immediately -
II"l body of low, rich hammock, which Ground Food and \t bent.

I' .. bo excelled, for oranges, lemons, Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka, upon the completion for drainage of the and plans of andspecifications the I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the tbon me
mas and vegetables. The situation Envillo: City, Golden Queen, and wilt.
of said said plans and Goods I buy close, and will sell close. I invite you correspondent
I for homes and for divoisitlod Prince Albert, Variegated map survey map
and thereof your patronage. Very truly
: were photolithographcd copies -
= purposes. Smooth Cayenne, Charlotte .
p 33. L. : : :
were sent to the principal! responsible
I people Imagine all spruce pine Rothschild: Riploy Queen, --- -
of the United Stales ---- ---- ---- -
valuable for dredge men askingfor
are equally: pineapple Jamaica Ripley.
bids said work. One of these
It Is not soundeistood among :::r Orders delivered promptly. on
men, Mr. Pollard, of Champaign, Ills.,
4 and piiicticul: growers. Lei FEASTER
I quote from a well.known authority, In response to said advertisement cameto ,
John I). leach, In the Florida Far- C. S. VAN 1IOUTEN, Tieas. Florida and repaired with me to San

t k A Fruit Grower, Sept. 28, '0\): page Correspondence solicited.! Orlando, Fla. Sebastian, where he examined the route
I ; ; : "As a general thing, the land to I of the canal that he might make a safe

t + : ::: : : : ': preferred have a high that color In which, red,the yellow grains; or : INDIAN RIVER TONSORIAL about bid upon when the I the woik.contract I will know: be nothing aw I arded GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Francis H. Leggett & Co'

' whether It will\ be done.
This Is the very bust sign This or ever
of land has of Although I have no Interest In these
usually a growth PARLOR
: l pine, with hickory, scrub oak, lands, nevertheless, I feel a fatherly interest Fine Groceries.
As thing, lore the hick- In the success of this scheme,
t a general EASY SHAVES.......

'r,' I abounds." This is the opinion very best Is borne of this out class by Hair Cutting In Latest Styles. since which,- orlTlnatoo rhlch-; with'carried niA out some, means years Fruits and Vegetables Florida &: Western Meats of all lliM

I r 1 experience of our best groweis. An FRED GEMMK, Proprietor, much to Bievard county, FlorIda.Respectfully .

I; of the ridge' referred to will Titusville, Fla. CROCKERY, GLASS AND TI W ARE. -
t that it Is of this desirable class S. A. Romxsox! ,
I situations for groves and vegetable PINEAPPLE SLIPS. C. E. and Surveyor J2T" Agents for Williams 4 Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited
ran be found! We would cull the .....
; attention of prospectors and lu- White City. Very Truly, 3Dviron ctoMLKIK : Fenster.
: to this teultory. In price it Is AND SUCKERS
I :; within the reach of the classes of 8. \ Prect. 8. O. VANLANDINOIIA1\I, s..e. ITr; -
,' means.: Examine this terri! Geo. E. Dutton Is conducting a well-
= t '. FOR SALE attended Sunday school here. PIIGENIX MILLS LUMBER CO.

I : John Richards and Sheriff W. J.
I\ Hayes
or f the Following of Fort Tierce, were in town on Wedoell-
IKL NUPTIALS. day. Incorporated October, 1894-Suoceuors to R. Ramon A Co.

Egyptian Queen, There are about twenty acres In pineapples Lath Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumbe

6 Cocoa, on Tuesday October 10th, Smooth Cayenne about White City, and a good Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Celling, Flooring and unmatelw;
I the very quiet wedding of Dr. VARIETIES Golden crop Is expected next spring. The vegetable lumber dressed to order. Barrel beads and covers and cypress tanks bf all H:t'
Daniel and Miss. Theresa M. Uarri-: : Queen : crop of egg-plants, beans, tomatoes made as called for. All Kinds Of MOlldingS Tuned and Scroll WOK 1 1pedllty.
The ceremony was performed at Eniille City.t.W and melons are doing well. Con ,
residence of the bride's sister, Mrs. siderable rain has fallen this week. One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many years experience
Jarvis, by Rev. C. F. Blackburn, In that constructs
so we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the
We learn from a reliable that
: source
of few most Intimate and
presence a very Ciders now taken. All first- The Florida Cosmopolitan Immigration aDd building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms
of the The
contracting parties. the
most satisfactory manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere
t : : community with one accord wish class plants, and early delivery. Apply Cu. has been re-organized by responsible
; all the joys of wedded bliss. parties, and that the town lots will be Correspondence and Patronage Solicited
r. Daniel Is a native of Duller Co., to G. C. MATTHAMS, put on the marktt. Perfect titles can

and a graduate of Vanderbilt Unl- Florida Pineapple Co., now be made, and! defective titles from
; He came to Cocoa la the Jan- the boom period can now be adjusted
of 15x7, associating hrmself with West Palm Beach, Fla. Mr. C. T. McCarty will be the local representative LUMBER !

W. L. llugh'ett In the Indian River at White City.

t j Co., standing at the head of his. County Commissioner R. D. fluke, of
,, .. and being an excellent and 'I r Jensen, came up St.. Lucle river by the MaterialSash
citlien. steamer Lllliau on Tuesday. Being Interviewed And House Building
Harrison Is a typical English regarding future prospects for
t who left her home In Warring- I be proposed county shell road the commissioner Nails ail
Doors and Blinds Brick Cement
England, some years ago to visit her expressed himself confident Lime, ,
1- j Mrs. Jarvis, and has remained. that the road would receive a majorityof :::;
Is vivacious and possesses many t the votes by general election next Builders' Hardware In fact, a complete stock of everything
.., u Is evidenced by the many 1 year. In building a house. Estimates lurnl.b

useful and costly presents pre _______ _n____ ___ ------- G. F. PADDISON
her upon' this happy occasion. .
1 I l and Mrs. Daniel I \left on the noon .- -- -- EAU OALLIE, FLOI1hi') '

for Savannah and Atlanta, where
will visit the exposition and the
J '. relatives at the former place,
will be present at the wedding of WANTED !
e' e. el
sister, Miss Raxle Daniel, November I.

1w The Dr. and his bride will return t Your repair work in jewelry of all kinds
la November and po to watches and clocks a specialty. All work guaranteedand
In the cottage fitted up In every done promptly. Fine Line of Jewelry and Novelties -
ready for their occupancy. (In
Silver for
following were the guests at the The Indian ISles,I. v.ry attraetirs at this I point, 'Madid asbta land Is cheap cub.
: atspt d to rmwp sal other Plum., and Is sti a Askura, lf'IIO" or the akbratslRsnuaa
;! : Mr. and Mrs. is Kltchlng, Ur.."., Th.Jh iii. A..& I. IL S', run taruugl tks pruiwrty. staktryt .aul'pl.C Iacaln.saWLLrjN'NML .1."TIIOwY'JIO BROS.,
I I ; Mr. Chas. T. Verbeke, Sarno; rue atarnswl.rs,..wr-IM v..r.ARTH'R. FLA.

p I and Mrs Ed. billing, Mr. and Mrs. O. PEBKIXS. M.w Bases. t'.... Branch Store at West Palm Beach TITUSVILLE;;

l' $j'' f't