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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 25, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00154
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS Heart This Column Cnrdull)'. -Mr. Geo. M. Bobbins left for Pa- I -Mr. II. C. Budge, of the II. C. Budge -Mr. S. D. Oelger went to Melbourne The Atlanta Icpoeitlonhiss ,f 9

atka, St. Augustine and Jacksonville, Iry (toods Co., returned from Atlanta yesterday and wIll return to-morrow.

I And Topics! of General Interest. Tint EAOIK CLOTHING STORK In the Wednesday, on legal business lie expects on Wednesday and says ho had A most not been 1H't'n.0 great a success
I Mr. Frank Chaffee left for New
to home time. f
ADVOCATE brick building, Titusvllle, return to-morrow. enjoyable
tbllll far This In
as anticipated. our
to spend a day
the I Smyrna yesterday,
are lending clothiers on the East:
and General Oowlp In connection Coast of FloiIda. -The town election occurs next Mon- (Aaron Cleveland county super- or so. >lnton, Is mainly due to the fact that

ferktf.It 1I1".yne Buy. Lake Worth, Indian, this and other Watch their ads on day" Everybody: should come out and visor of registration, mule a trip toockledgo Squirrel hunting has been one of the buildings were not completed fntime.
pages, and do not fail
and Cocoa Mun- In fact everything Is not Iniroper
I bun* und Hallfa Inhere, Key Wentud to give them a trial. show their interest in the matter, and on business the sports Indulged! to great extent yet
ell other Important Point along the vote, If they are'qualified to do so. Have day and Tuesday.Mr. by our people this week.Dr. shape. We believe that the at-

Iiit Cn sal of Florida. Brief mention of you paid your poll tax t Are you rcgtered I S. II. Peck, proprietor of the eniiance from now on will be much bet
ZS JOB PRINTING at this office. J. B. Scre\en ter. We sincerity trust the exposition
was a nnsiengeri !
Events from arlitun Parti ? If not why not ?
Iit..* "n* Plaza hotel at J Kockledgp: punned throughItusvllle.
J World| About People Von Know with his yesterday's train for West Palm Beach w ill prove a sue*'ess, financially and
rfth family: on Wednesday
-The Florida State Press Association lie returns t-lIIorrow. otherwise. The citizens of Atlanta unvrtook -
Advertisements
M4 People Sun on't Know PI..k..d"pbyOur y on this (first)) hUlllld for !Rockledge.
was in session In Jacksonville the eaily a great work when they decided
Society Editor and a large alaff age ate ten cents per line perweek nnd' Cnpt. A. W. little anti Col. I). I.,
x>iiilentn scattered along the are continued from week to week union part of the week and on Tuesday It ad- -The Misses Garner, of Chicago, pent auldcn were the to to have the exposition, and the p people
W rorre |nf 1'lurida.. otherwise ordered Heading: notices on journetl to visit the Atlanta Exposition from Thursday: last to Mondiy on a visit acksonvillu among passengers of Georgia and adjoining states ought to

11.1 meat Any page but the first, are five cents on Wednesday 'which was Piesident's to Mr. and ;Mrs. J. I). Garner returning yesterday.We feel sufficient pride In the matter to

line each inseition.3P per Day, Mr. Cleveland and his cabinet being home on Monday\ accompanied by Mr. are Informed that the baptistery demonstrate that a largo exposition can

I II present. lIaIII herJt. at the Baptist church, Is now finished, be hold successfully In tho south.

"J- I -The Misses .,, and Annie Pad- and will Iw used on Kundiy: evening
/ :: The ADVOCATE -The hurricane season being now .anclto
: may be had at I Inr. next.
/' r '" :Screven's drug store and Mis. Emma: : I'IInllltl.rl'flllt n close, the vessels regularly Bison re tin'in (1 from their trip to the Hop Leo ArrheM.HOII .

,', .j- Niton's news stand 5c. : engaged In the Key West trade areabout tlanta exposition on Wednesday.: Miss -Mr. (i. W. Cokeroft and Miss Clara:
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!
I J per copy. to resume their vo>'agl'.. Three Jeanette wits quite ill on the return trip McChtlq of AI'II'Mla.'I'e" married' on Imo IN the name of one of Unclemis'

11 n j _._ Ml'h'H'lwrll-the Equator: Mary Jane and tome. Monday: by the Rev. A. V. Illscock, of adopted citizens originally from
t' GItofTII' n'H"hIIl-llre at in irt. Nas- 1 Gooiglana.Mr. (;liiint, who arrived In town last: Friday C
stiffs and
all shape and colois present i -
-Capt. RP.' Paddison left for Eau:
/ for In tho "waslioensheo"
iMiklm an opening
In Guardian.If .
fi' ii Alpine hats at the Eagle Clothing ,' sat allie yesterday to take charge of the A. C. Dittnmr, of Fort Pierce, Is line. He seemed to like the

/ Store. yon want a home-like place to business at that place, during the sir tending 1ft'w ila\: >'s In town this week, ,,1.It.k. of Tltusvillo, and iH.IIIVC1he will

'a "yNpMrteI7 board, try the Meeker house. Mrs. 1) Pence of his son-Mr. (I. K Paddison attending to law mutters with Judge Ito able to do "Ix-lly" well here He

M kl. "iiritF to stop See list of hotels on hall a number of vacant rooms at present, N ho has gone( ou u ten days trip to Bistyne M. S. Jones.Mr. ranted tho old ADVOCATE building ndoinlng -

: our 7th page.; and you can be well' suited. Permanent Bay. W. E. Chandler: of (Canaveral 11 I r. Pyles' confectionery store,

or transient bnaideis will find pleasant -Mr. Fred Losley came up from has Ix'cn spending this week In town, tying his rent In advance, and l Ie'ft for
p. AVh seen Kline's $2.50 men's ooonuiKuluions, and her charges ale lis former home to .I"ck and bllng"
you Lemon City, here he is iiinnlngn saloon the guest; of our 4'"tIlIllML'r i Mr W S. up
shoes ? reasonable. III connection with Mr. S S. Singleton, or wood.Mrs. hili ..II tilt. lie expects to return to-day

t.- : Julius Kline, having enlarged his lust Satiiiduy night Ho will probably: and will Ito glad of a chance to give you '

IhE: blanks lOc.( each ; $:J.00) per 100, at store, Is now able to carry almost double stay here until !after the town election on S. J. Field, of Indianola, who a sample of ills ability as a washerman, ,
rilE :ADVOCATE"PRINTING the has been visiting her sister, Mis. B R.Vllson lie[ claims to bo an expert III the laundry-
ADVOCATE .
office. the stock he has kept on hind heretofore. Monday next the i'th lust.Mr.
OFFU'E for the past few "weeks returnedhome tan's art. Chinamen usually arc. Their
lIe has tilled his establishment
Just up M. White who left hero about yesterday. iclhodit are more primitive than those 1 1of ]
with the latest of
You can find a grand assortment of : styles everything month for Palm Beach to look
a ,
d boy's and children's knee suits In his lino and Is prepared to sell you ago Mr.I S. I.. Tague, of South Carolina, the steam laundry, but It Is claimed
'send the AD I>CATE an order for any pants need after the election of a museum building bAsl..e" they are not nearly so dOlllrm.tlve to the
haton which Postmaster Noiwood
at the at prices are right. paying: a
Eagle Clothing (store.
for Mr. C. the well known naturalist
l
Cory clothing they> are permitted to handle.
wl printing you need.J ;I'Pfo;; week's viII t. lie tinned home yesterday
We understand that of theropeity r of Canaveral) Club,
some having had an enjoyable time here.
roB first class shoemaking and repairingcall owners In North Cocoa, who "t that ).III'e.: returned to town yesterday \n Knjiijalilo: Illrtliilay I'arty.

,Read the new ad. of Lesley & Ren- on J. A. Daughterv; at Mr. Xolle'loMltan.l. have been taken in within! the town having 1 finished the work. -Col.1 and Mrs. ]). L. (Gauldon two

JIi aker our 4th Tltusville FU.ADIFS' boundaries of the of Cocoa liildren and! Mrs. Stevens, rettirsud 1
on pace.! Incorporation -Mr. J. T. Sanders, piosecutingattor- Miss I.l'ulUarhu>r gave B very onoyablo -

-Dr J, B Screven returned from his are seriously considering the advisability nl'Y for Dado county, passed! through lomo htnctlted on Wednesday.! They were all birthday party last night to a

tap to Atlanta on Tuesday.Mr capes of the latest styles, also of attempting to break up the Incorporation 'itusvllle, Wednesday on his way to St.iigustine much by their trip. number of her many friends! Whist .

children's cloaks at Julius Kline's nt that town s, as not to be cllm1 A An ADVOCATE representa- -Mr. C. II. Walton has been spending and euchre wore Indulged In during theist

S. F Gray is upending a few 1 polled to assume the burden of poking live saw him for a few moments at the his week In Atlanta taking In the exposition part of the evening, whlllng theme

days in Jacksonville this week. VK now have money to loan In sums to town taxes depot, and was Infoimed that a mild gale and otherwise enjoying himself., away pleasantly, after which a 'J,

Mr II II Flagler has presented suit an approved real estate security. -lIon. and Mrs. W. II. Sharpe arrived prevailed West Palm Booth List Mon- lie expected to leave for heie today or ellilous collation was served up. Folowlng -

West Palm Beach with a steam fire Send in your applications. Robbing: In town List: Friday and remained over day. o-morrow. this cnmo an entertaining scleo- tl
of music both vocal and Instrti-
(Italian -Mr. Glen Strohm passed through' ; tloll ,
engine Co. until Saturday. They stopped at the Father O'Boyle Intended to hold I
the
-Mi Robert Gladwln. of Palatka, Decker house while hem. Captain Titusville: I last Saturday, on has his lawn way eivices at Daytona last Stnti\: y. It Is mental autastlo whllo too" for somotripped short while' and light thus;
I home to West Palm Beach. lie I
ipeni\ a day or so in town this week, Hit stock of octagon (roan crates will Sharpe came up for the pui'pose of acting ils custom to officiate at that point on wound ono of the most successful
the bedside up)
i>i''m? hU parents. be on hand November 1st. Your as chairman of the Board of County landing a few days at where she ol the third Sunday: In each, month, but ho affairs of tho kind It hiss been our pleas-
his mother, at St. Augustine
order solicited. Warehouses at Titus- Commissioners which met for the purmse was summoned by telegram last Saturday -
i -Anthony Bios are offering their ville Eau Gallic and Jensen. G. F. of canvassing the returns of the i.is been seriously 111, but Is now rapidly afternoon, calling him to Clifton to urn to attend for somo time past. Among. I
I lioso wore Mr. and Mr. E.: II.Vagcr
uille Jewely business for sale See Poddison. ix-clal election which was held on the Improving, under the care of Dr. Woiley.he the bedside of J. Flannely, who has present
heir another column will to West Palm Bench to re- 1\Irll. !I(. E. Grulwr, Mrs. J. O.
ad. to that effect In !'th Inst., and deciding whether lIrevard go( lad a relapse. This prevented the Father Roswell 1
: Walton, Mrs. F. S. ChatTee Mrs.
Ido with her son, as soon as she fully
ASK Mr. C. C. Curtiss to show you one county would bond' for a shell road. recovers her health. from going to Daytona. lie was accompanied Colt'1I1111l.: Dr F. W. Craven, Dr. W. S. J
-Mi, .t.f O Walton left on Monday on his trip to Clifton by Dr. T. E.
of those $10.00 suits ho is selling at Jraham and I Mr. P. U. Walton.
-What the business of Titusville
t 'miming last for Atlanta where he will, Kline's Titusville.MONE are men -Dick Rhodes says that in spite of amcs, of Titusville, who Is In attend- Miss l). certainly know how to mike: t

'i-lalily, spend a few weeks on busl- going to do In regaid: to organizing the hard times ho has purchased and re- nceupnnMr. Flanncry. Thcvrctmnei" It I vxtiemuly pleasant: for her guests I

wa a board of trade, or similar organization cC'IvOlI a larger( and better stack of fall on Monday and reported Mr Hannciy as The occasion was In honor of her havingompliited '
\ We want money to loan on first 1)0 they think It Is not worth while to and winter goods than ever before. They] mprovlng milestones
The I Uev II. It!. Goodell returned to real estate mortgages. Ten per cent attempt to do anything In the matter l' and I ho is determined the first score of H
were bought right Thousands of people from all partsof long tile pathway of life. May site ,'i
Kiwimmce on Monday morning last for free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden Nothing can be accomplished without '
the purpose of bringing: his family to & Sanders, Titusville and Wont Palm Rn effort. Shall we make an effort and him to satisfy and you will on pi bo ices.surprised Call and at the see this and other states flocked Into take century run, and have but few ||

Fitunville, They will be here to-mor- Beach, Florida. lice If we cannot get some cigar factoriesor variety of you his stock and"' low prices \tlantaon Wednesday.. I'reMl Nw. other manufacturing establishments and celebrated tho event with mud I
)on't send away for anything you can '
To LET a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE to locate In Titusville. This Is a matte: home but nthuslasm. The day was bright and .tntoii INmtofllco. Dado Count. .
-Dr F P left last buy just as cheap at patronize
Day on Saturday location balmy and the streets were crowded alan
block Titusville. Excellent which should interest everybody aru \
Nashville, Tenn., where he expected our own merchants. This policy should early hour with throngs of W. Llnton with another
Possession may he had at not fall on dull ears. merry Hon. 8. party
to finish the study of dentistry. lie once. Apply to Robbins &: Graham apply with special force during the prevailing people eager for the proceedings! to com of colonists, passed, through ou the train

any conclude to return here later. or C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, -Mr. R. W. Rhodes met with an accident hard times. nenue. One of the stirring events of the last Saturday, en route for Linton the

-Our town is beginning to look better Titusville.TIUES last Friday as he wan returning -The Key West Advertiser says : xcaslon was President Cleveland's address new town, which ,U. situated on the line I

ana the ladies appreciate it, now that a from dinner. He was coming along Main Nassau Is the tourists' paradise, and I It to the people, which was ucelvvt of the canal and railroad, about 18 mill !

lumber of the sidewalks have been : AUK HARD and you cannot affordto street on his wheel running toward hal as fine a climate. any. It has a with much cheering anti other maiilfesatlons south of West Pulm Hunch. '

cared: of their unsightly weeds. Let lose everything. Insure againstfire ; Washington avenue, and just as he started first class hotel kept by an American, to of enthusiasm. A line military This place! I 114 only a few weeks old, but f'

lilt KooU work go on. cyclones and accident with HALL to turn the corner at the Scrinigtou: meet the. requirements tourists with taiailo was a pleasing feature tho day has already nearly :lOt) Inhabitants A

WKIOHT of Titusville Fla., representing building, a wagon was coming around time and money to spare In abundance. A grand display! of reworks In the dottier for a (I"tomue. with 73 slgneis. I
1 --Mr, 4. D. Crabb left here for Cocoa the Liverpool &: London & the corner. "Dick" did not have timeto The rides and drives over hard, natural exposition grounds at night and a largo: was sent to Washington \last week, and

on Monday on business in connectionwith Globe, the Old Hartford and other turn out and it was the same with the I roads are numerous and pleasant, boating reception, with which the I'rcsUlen a postolllce called Lluton has lawn l established f I

the new saloon which he will open leading companies. tf driver of the wagon. The result was a sea bathing and fishing are there all lonoreil his presence until a late hour, and a postmaster apjMilnted.

&I that point, as soon as the County collision, one of the wheels passing over the year roundJ' the people are sociable. closed this much-enjoyed day. The! office will open for business just a*

'.imniiasioners meet and Issue a permit his thigh awl side. The party intelligent Tho long) soon as the postmaster sends In his bond
Inured
aim for a license. WE have knee pants In all sizes at surprisingly Is well padded with mu adl sea voyage has heretofore kept many Settlers for Mntoii. and gets Ids commission.

-Mr George W Morton, manager of low pi'Ices. Eagle Clothing pose tissue. No bones were broken, but from visiting It, who will now llnd their! 'erailltorell will be built at Linton

lilt 'anaveral Club was in town last More. tl IB was pretty badly bruised, and for way thither and, as they will bo so near Twenty cltl/ensof Duval county will nt once, and It I III lulleved the place will

!Sunday and Tuesday on business conMeted several days went around with a rather our Island home it Is io.uon.tble to suppose leave this moiiilng for West Palm Ihtittl! ; have a thousand Inhabitant within sis .

with the club. lie does not stiff and limpety appearance.We that many will also pay us a "Hying where they will take part In the building mouth. Those settler who have already -

,fport any more marriages from the -Mr. R. F. Hall spent the early partof vlult" of the new town of I.lnton, neventeeimiles arrived at the place all seem to be
I the week at DeLaud attending to law are In receipt of a copy of the their home and have
satisfied with
Maferal neighborhood. Every fruit and vegetable grower south of the former 1,1'e.: They new ,
and Insurance matters. new catalogue just issued by (i. L. should lead our aitlcle on the Kola nut, will become permanent settlers theieirovliled written their friend! tu come down and I

The Tropical Sun says : "Mr. Ed. Missloanry services were held at the Taber of the Glen St. Mary Nurseries, which appears in this Issue, and ahn that they ran find suitable ao ntestigate. Most of them are from
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did of of MissiKatie'Dish Tues- Baptist church on Sunday night last, p'la., for 1895-6 and cannot say too horticul-muchIn our comment on Bulletin No. W: issued ;omin night its favor as an authority on
of New
and were well attended. hy the Louisiana liuieau Agriculture. mostly of Germans. They have hue i woe k hard to attain success J
York, t, H. ture. It Is well gotten In neat form
:
Chamberlain J. P., official up '
to leave for West Palm !leach
VV e are acting on the advice of < aptali preparing ------
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"8 Miss Dishler came direct from -There will be no services at the and is Illustrated with 50 handsome engravings
'ftw Richards, of Eden, given at the close of for rome time. Our Htock Ordinance.We .
tork Catholic church next Sunday Father of fruit eta In getting out
on Tuesday night's train. the shell road campaign, and trying to About a dozen more persons will leaven

-Mm Francis Wallls, of Nashville. T Boyle having been suddenly called to this; handy book Mr. Taber has spared point| out something which will lie of luterest a few days on the sloop Viola, unde
make It the most
no pains to completeof understand that )( Robblns
Volusla county. elllrs.
"nn. left on the southbound train las and profit to our agricultural, su .. the command of Captain Johnson who
Its kind and has filled It with that
few
Saturday of which have bout. We to have sailed for West Palm Bend &: Graham have been employed by a
in company with Supt J. II'ami. That quartette of Indian River papers beneficial scribers I we a was
to those
knowledge so the of the I
practical of citizens to test legality
will receive couununi. to-day. The trip on the sloop has been our
she take charge of the the ADVOCATE, Star, Gazetteer am interested In fruit culture. A of shall be very glad to
Shoot at Rockledge Miss Emma Riddle Tropical Sun are a credit to the State of copy cations on thl'lItIlinea. particularly froi I>ostpon d for a few days on account of Titusville stock ordinance. Proceeding
book will be free
this little sent on application will be begun In the Circuit court In '
wbo was St. Herald. men who have had practical experience the new that was received yesterday +
Augustine
appointed to that place a few Florida.- to G. L. Taber, Glen St. Mary, Kla. without delay. One of the J
chancery
tki ago having resigned. and who are not prone exaggerate, theft! concerning the hurricane that I* supposed
-'Judge M. S. Jones left on Monday laws of 18W: provide that no town, Jla,-
-The West Palm Beach cor. of the success or mall II II)' theli failures In to Iw moving In this dlrectlun.Florl.l. .-
-r. Simon Haraberg left on the J., last to attend the Orange City court. Information to farmers, we want Citizen. lug less than 1-JOO: Inhabitants, shall
1 *: K W, he to St. Times-Union says: "A heavy storm set giving the cattle of
train last Monday for Chic From there went Augustine on ------- have the right to Impound
reliable. Our fruit and I
In here Monday night, of both wind and something vegetable -
bit and other cities, where he goes to law business. The Judge expected to have no to throwaway An IMItor'M: Itewunl. resident who reside outside the town
rain and continued without intermission growers money
t'prchase a fine and large stock of good be back to-day. -, limit. It I I. a question whether, a town
until late Tuesday afternoon. 1 It on visionary exjieriinents.Col.
bis stores at Tltusville down- having 1 IJCJ Inhabitant at the time the
and ,
left the An exchange thus tells the fate of the
on
Engineer George Parry Is impossible to get at the damage done
rice points He expects to be ; John A. McDonald, the famous ordinance was passed, has the right to
away
East Coast train, Monday, for Apalach while considerable, It will not reach editor:
"couple yet real estate boomer who created the town cattle If the
of weeks or so. Mr. Hamber he after workIn An editor died aud slowly wended his continue to Impound popu-
He must
Ichola. says go that caused by the storm last October.
rdvtng of Eustls Fla. through Titus less than l.ttJO.It ( .
a good business, considering the section that the Indian paused to hell. The devil saw him and lation dwindles to
another now The steamer St. Lucle had to be scuttled way
*** time vllle )last week route for Vest that the
he has been here. Monday en will be necessary to prove
hast born
thou
River steamers are not running. In order to save her and the led rive said: fur many year
rrl1 Palm Beach New River and Biscayne population of Tltuar lie has fallen below
'Mr : the blame for the errors the printers
*as: > lieaeh and Mrs. George Zapf, of Welt -Editor E. D. Odin of the Melbourne I on a barge, engaged at on the Bay. He Is at present engaged/ la the made In the The printer bar the required number. The state enumerator -
passed through Titusville here' Wednesday bridge across the lake was sunk The business In Jacksonville but paper. the
IiII Times, passed through real estate : deviled thee !Saturday when thou ha not filed his report showing
on : eve
nld J Monday on their way home. They on his way home. lie has been' i In'' ferryboat got adrift, as well as a numberof confines blmsflf mainly to handling his Men have population of Titusville, but be I* expected
hadst red
not to thy name.
lit a
r J returned from Europe, where attendance at the Florida Press Asses* other small craft but no great damag. own properties. He owns a large tract without 1 to do so shortly and It will probably -
cent
ley have been spending the summer Jacksonville.Mr. was done to them. The city wharf was of land New River sound the taken your i alter| a ; yea The general
elation meeting at un near be accepted al official.:
have cursed thee for not issuing
'
> verily, they
; were accompanied by quite a party almost wrecked, and the prvate lr
Wends Titus who has been bPftelto; new town of Lauderdale, which Is very a better one. All these thing feeling exist among our citizen that
-< llowell. Clark also ,valuable and he also has, heavy property, the town ha no authority to Impound +
West Palm hast thou borne In silence Thou cans
settle on a large tract of land spending several weeks at went the same road. Aside from this Interests at Cocoanut Grove BlscarnBay. the cattle of who reside just outside
IWlled b) Mr Zaph near Juno Fla. Beach: attending to law matters, returned there I. little damage done, It Is thought, He believes Miami Is destined to not come In. There would be ctmtlnua the corporation person that It I.I not worthwhile
for hell I full
subscribers I.
to town last Saturday nightMr. although no newt has been received from dunning of (
Tbr trains on the Florida East bfcom one of the most Important town would be createdIn to attempt. to Impound the cattleof
Cole will probably be here I In of them) and discord
Louis either end of the lake this
a* yet, or on
*& and b. the town limit
] Une have been considerably de- on the East Coast we presume those who reside within
Heaven I II
of couple of weeks or so. our kingdom. Begone, thy
a of the coast.
the course
lIed, this week on account of a heavy part has gone down to see If he cannot get a home." *, for the greatest damage U done a* a

,,-fciut, which occurred on the line of -Mrs. W. M. Brown and two children few well located business lot at the rule by herd which wander In from out

u'' bound the St. Lucia river and -Miss Louise and Master Mark-wh Help Wanted. proposed terminus of the East CoastLine Will Hell side the town limits.
near Alicia station. Th I have been spending the summer with on Bay Blscayne before the price

ant. }tlibout happened last Friday Mrs. Browne parents at New Hartford, get up soul of sight. life son, GeoriMcDonald. Our Jewelry business In Titusville to Ladle* Hat.

and before proper repairs could Cones; returned to town on Friday after. White woman to cook wash and do Is county surveyor of Dax e the right party on eUIerma.. Gout

.'made additional damage was done b1 noon last, looking much Improved I In general house work In small family. county anti reside* permanently at Cocoanut chance for pushing man. Latest styles la winter mUinery a'

'; *ea" rain on Monday and Tuesday health by their sojourn north. Cashier Address POSTMASTIK Grove, one of the prettiest settle AxTHoxr RAO, reasonable price
t. Brown .U happy once more. Eden Fla. menu on the bar, West Palm Beach Fla. )fBI. J, T. RIYSOLM.I .




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much greater surprise than the resulton TAX SALE OF RDVL ESTATE FOIL 18O4.
Steamship
Co
Clyde
Nervous Prostration the shell road question, a* we have

the beat tobacco country In the United STATE OF )
.
State Tobacco can be made more FLORIDATOWN I( OF TITUSVILLE FLA
Could Not Sinp! Had No
COUNTY OF BkEVARU )
profitable than orange, even in the ml
AppetiteCured die and upper portions of the state; but IS HEREBY GIVEN that the following-described land will be sold

In South Florida, and particularly In NOTICE Auction on the First Monday November, Isli5, at the City Council -
In Body and Mind by Hood' Rooms, In the Town of Tlttnvllle, County of Brevard, State of Florida, or 10
what U known' a* the lower Indian River much thereof M will be necessary to pay the amount due on taxes, herein set opt } ,

Sarsaparilla country, we have a Cuba No. 2, at the posits to the same, together with cost of such sale and advertising r.

"I offered very much for a long time soil and climate la almost Identical with HENRI T. TITUS,

With nervous prOll r.UoD. I bed about Cuba and the tobicco'retain* its original Collector for Town of Titusvllle

given op all hope West India flavor, which I I. sot the case
-- --- ------ ---
( bet --- - --------- -
o ever getting ---
ter when Hood'i anywhere else. The lindu, particular! ; OWNERDESCRipr10N.. A\lT, TAXES
what i II known all the peninsula or IIu ,

ftersaparllla recommended w a.tome chinson' Island, need no lertlll zl nit. K E Turner E E Turner, part of lots 1 and 2, deflcl'ILed In New York, Charleston and Florida Lines

deed book J, page 2l", hlk E . 11.'j:i
and I believe it The native soil I is sufficient, being mostly
S II Ray. . part of Iota 8. I" of F . . 11 ];j
my duty to let brown or chocUte Besides, we have an A Montgomery. ''art of lot 1 del In deed book hi, page 6:10: 1113: The magnificent Steamships of this Line are

other iufferer Inlet here on Indian River that puts tie unknown. .. lot 3 blk 4 . . 433 ap
know the benefit I In communication with the West Indies, unknown. ... . lot 9 of blk 4 4 U.iII : pointed to sail as follows :

derived from It. I and would make this locality the most C \\1eller. lot 10 0' hlk 4 . . .. . 2 23
Could Not Sleep unknown. . lot east of lot 2, bik Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.
convenient and desirable place for the I : ko J\ .I: : : : : : : : : : : 13S
I at night, wan with! I II (goldsmith lot . (ITA"DARI'I"XE.)
I out appetite and cigar business In the United State. Vanlandingham: .lot30fblk1J u2 From New York From Jsrlisnniii.,,,
busincs unknown lots t.f J.lk II 28 (i'IerIll, H.!: H.) STEAMER 0..rl..to..4 Neu \or
What we need III I experts In the
little I did
: what
its ;J. Kdw.; Hlffl lot 0.1 Wednesday, ",: 26 3.00 p n, SEMI\ILE.''' Tn.day, (1cl 1 I
S II 7 of blk 10
Allegheny..... eat I WAS unable to We have, hitherto, been hammering un nBY 75 Friday, ""t. 27: :: 3 II p m. :: CHERuKI.E Thurdey i: : ;

keep on my stomach. After taking the pineapple and winter vegetables, and Peter Peter IJt.rtleKon lIertlellon lot lot 0 7., blk blk 11 11 3..2. 43 Friday ruevday, CHt., I 4: :: IC 8.1,1: ) :: m n ALGONQI Ill, ) :lrx. Thnrv.lay Sundav, "" u;' .. :

first bottle of Hood. Barsaparllla, which are anxious to diversify our crops Howell Titus Itt 1, Llk 1l: //j3 Mnn.la", .. 7, at a.llo" hi ..lIt\IIsol.:: : Sunday, 1 1W"lne8c1ay

seemed to do me aome good, I tried a Jensen, Fla, MO\T HAHDEe.II(9KOllilloia Mrs M A nay lot 6 I and 7, hulk 12 M Friday. .". 11 1I..t. at a 3..0'I.. p I' In In ClltRoKtK.IW"/t: OIR.: .Tnelclay Thursday. 1 I'; "I !
second and continued to feel better. 1 J F IeBal'On lot 2: and ::1, hlk 13 1:> Tneeday I : 14 8.00 p AI.R11Nt'1N Seiday, u'
: :: : :: :
Is; 3.00: SEMINiLE Tharwlay, : .
tot up feeling Mary Reins . lot 8, blk 17 Muuk Inlay: .. p 14
3101 ('lItRIIK..t: "lOcla", !'
21. at
Monday pili. I
U It. :
to 3Ir. UIIIIIII"| DOn lot 0, J.lk H4 73
Tne.cla
.I1".dy.. ::13. at a.oo" In III' "/1'(ilK. ,
Bright and RefreshedIn IIl1wellTltulI lot 11 blk 111 I 18 8.00 m Aill, Nt'IN Thnrlay, '
Frldap 'I 1
nnd ::
the morning I continued with the "lIIl1y.At unknown lot 5,1dk\ 20 .. 1 19 Ties-lay. :: : 3.111:: C m 5E511NOI.E Sunday. N.., :

medicine and am cured, body and mind, lire C Wlcflur lot 8, blk 211 .. . 118unknown.
can deep well and feel better In every a meeting of the Presbyterian Sab ot Ii, hulk 2J . 1 43
I gladly recommend Itood'a Sana bath school, held I at the church on Sun Delia nansom. I, blk 22 . . . 118 Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Line.
w.y. unknown . 4, to 22 . . . .. .1 83:
other." J. EDWARD RIFFLE day the 13th Inst the following resolutions -
,
J'fIrm.to ,
to k.
1 ;
.
unknown. . ii 22
For the and until further notice Steamer "YEMASSEE"is
154 Madison Ave, Allegheny, Pa.Hoods were unanimously adopted: unknown . 7, 22 .. . . 1 fw j present men I*-
1st That in the removal of Mr G. D. unknown . tt 8, 22. . . . 1 S3 to sill from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from ('harl('.,,,,, I I..?

Sargaparllla- Humph and family from Titusville, the unkno'n. 0, 2J. . . .. . 1 83T ''i: Philadelphia, Sundays'! Close connection Is made at Charleston with i'lId;.,

Sabbath school hat met *lth the .- W Smith.'! . lots 10 and 11, blk 22. .. .. 43.1 Florida Steamers for business to and fiom Jacksonville and all rloilili .p|..mu
grea unknown lot 12, 1.lk 22 . . . . . . I S5 AIHOI'l and interior via Philadelphia
est loss It ha ever sustained Beginning I'artz .t Noll. ..all of bik 2:1: . . . . . . -I fl5 ; ladelphla points
e Be Sure Cures with the organization of the scliooVr unknown 1.tll1, fI, 10, 11, 1l: hulk 23. : .'. . .. . 1117 -- -

to Get Hood's Humph WM a faithful and efficient unknown . . lot 1, blk 20 . . .. ... . .: . {l711nknown. Line.For
. .. . 2, 26. . . . . ... . 1i7 St. Johns River .
the
safe teacher of
superintendent, a Robert Hanaom aU of blk 27 . . . . ., <.. 11 15:
"8 Pills new.ure all headache liver Ills,blllouI1UUU toe. *- bible class: and a strong support of the unknown lot 7, 2'1 . . . .. . ...1. .. 1u.2unknown. :

school! Mrs Humph was also, from the . 1, to 20 .. . .... : . 97 Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points or,,

beginning of the school to her departure, unkno"n. .. . 3, to 211. . . . . . . . \17unknown.
. loti I, 2, 3 of block :12.: . . . . . n2 the St. Johns River.
80CIKTIKH. :TC and zealous teacher
a faithful always unknown lot. 4, U, 8" to . . . . . 112nDknown.
lint In any enterprise' to promote the lot D to.. tt. . . . . .. 92 The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer
Free and welfare of the school, and add to the James I'owe. . lot nobblns St Graham addi tlon. . . .. 02
Christian advancement of the children. Mrs John WLitlock lots 23,25" .1 . . . 1 73E : "Oity of T tol .json.-\7-lllo,"
C Grannlllll lot 27 "to . . . 1 43
Accepted Masons Her motherly kindness and persuasive unkno\\n. . .Iota:. to.. ... . 118 CAPT. W A. SHAW,
I manners always Insured her the largest unknown lot 30 "to 1 18 In a]'(minted to all fr< in Jacksonville Tiieaclay and Saturdays at S:CO j I. in relurn'n I., '

f ; ; cl\llllin school. She will lie sadly mlnse Mrll Whl lock Iota 2I! 31" to . . 1 70Nm Sanford indnys and Thursdays at B:IK) a. m

) by the little ones who loved so well to OIbllon. nortb-halliot 12 Joyner'.atldUon: to Tituavllle 4.0.4 -FTHhit "
L-Indian TltuavilleRiver unknown. . lot 13, to" 1 18 u. 811 EOtJ.E. \oiITtlI!; : \
head down.' I
FII\, listen to her Christian teaching In Mrieo 1 18 _
unknown lot 14 3. p ........ ............ ....Jamknmiville. .. .. .. ;Arrve i.jc
Lodge; No. 1)0 ( Humph, Jr., the school looses a leo D Dates . 10& 13 "' 1 18 5.45 )>. m. . .. . .. . ......Palatka, . Leave I. 1
faithful and efficient sccictary The unknown . .lot 18 I 18 am a. m. .. . ... ... . Actor. .. . ;. . f.m I: :,
J D Uavlll lots 19 20 Jr 4 5K I 4.30 a, u..St.: Frauds.. .. : :: : .. .. : I.N :
II..I.IM l lU meetlnKi the second I and fourth Friday and choir will mil Mis wl21 : i
class sadly tao a. m. .... . . .. llerexforil ; : : 12.. '
of ea. li"I.:month, at the Court liiiune Titusyule thel'. which added) much unknown lot M 91 eat a. in. ........ .......... ...Hue 8]rings . . .. :iie
at Him: 111 } presence, so unknown .lot M 01 830 a. m.. ... .. . ... .. . Sanlor I .. ,.. ,,u + r
J, \1I11Ur.'ti..c.: S It lUr W. MKMOIIT8 to both unknown. . . to 7 Retldell'lIlldition to Tituaville .. 1 18 928 a, in. ...... .. .... ..::. .Inter) rise : ., .ao

2nd. Wherever they may make their unknown. . . II" II. . . I IS
future commend unknown . 12 II u ? . 1 ISis Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
earnestly
home we
01' VTIIIA8 unknown .I" 13" . . 1 111. M. CLYDE, ATM.. F. M IRONMO Seminole 1/"IaII:: No. :W. hoi.... Ita niwtliiica atC them to the church, and we know our unknlwn. 1-1" II a .. . 1 1H Aew\irk. W Went Hay 8t. Jaclou'nvm. ti I

the Court.. house, the tint' four Thnriilay even. loss will lie the gain of any community unknown "U It N N . . 1 18 I TIIEO. O. EOOFB T M. PKO" L. Howmn, Fla Fr't Apt?
legs of h month, at M .lock ,
< o ( m
p where they reside known ii 1 II" II . . 1 18 I Howling Green New York Foot Hopm St.. Jacku,nvill. 11.
may
I) H 1 Kin HA un, J T. RKYNOLIM,
be set in the unknown 17" II N . . 1 18 A. J COLE: General 1'a.enger Agent, J. A. IESLIF. Su|.erlntemlri t
C. C, K. nf K A. BINDIVN 3rd That a page apart
unknown II 18 II II N .. . 114! bowling Green. New Vork. Foot Hogan 8t? jacks.n,Hlr rlIt .
secretary's book and she l>e requested to unknown 19 II II II. . 1 IuDknown. V C. MI\K O. F. A.. 13 South Dtlamare] Avenue, I'liiladtli] ,hlaMM
: RIVER JUAIUS
copy these resolutions In same; also a II 20" a a . .. 118 I'. CLMJt & ('(}., General Agent,
Drill at the Armory. over county jail. every unknown II 21" N 5n . ... I ISIS
Tuesday vvculiiK In ilie month at Ho'clot'k. copy to be sent to the Titusvllle papers, l' So Delaware Av, I'lillndrlpliln. A Bowling Oreen New York
Bradford II 2:1: II II a .. . 1
Oodfrey
A. T. f'SAarEaVai: 'ulu. AnvocATK: and Star with a request to
,
A C J Sammis. 23 N II. . . 1 IS
publish; also a copy lie sent to the family unknown.- ;" II 2tl." a e N . . j 18 -

ClllltCIIKX.kriHCUl'Al of Mr Humph Job Woodward 30 II II 55 . . 92

FLOiiFNcr NOKWOOII, Sec'y uDknown.. 40" N N . . II 12JublWoodward :
4:1": II II. . 92 Southern
CHtRCIIkrvlcca .
leo Dennings 41) 55 ii . 3 3:1:
the let and I 3rd Sundays In each Bicycle Note unknown II 1\:1.: II ,i is . . 1 II! _
month, at II a. in, "I..clo..ul
an IT.Dip m "' 'SR
vary 8umlay at J jn p, in Evening at S 11 Hay. r.u" II. . . 1 97
I p. in. nn WwlneiKtaya Litany yl.e: :. Robbins .\ irabam II lil64, N . . 9"J
bifurcated skirt shriek and
In
Friday at 10 a. m they unknown. II 611" N . . 112 Railway.
IUlv. II. F. Known, Rector storm; unknown . II 67 II a II. . . 92 -.
I Their taste for barb grotesque I I. quite 11 IS Archibald et al 6.1" ., II. .. . 02

1 MLTIIOIMSrtHtRCH: omnivorous; John Myt'rll lot 2, Llk n FlKher' alhliUon. . . . 32'1
1 Services at Tltnuvlllii every Hrat aecnnil and I From all reformers who would thus K II Ca..llle I (J" . . . . 112 ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

Uilnl Kahliath at II a. m an lip, in| Hiimlaychonl reform S U Ray: . u A 55 U" a .. . . . 112
at HI u'iliH I 'k a, in.etrry Sunday:I KpworthLeainM : We do most humbly pray "Oood Lord, Sam hutch 3 a C" u . . . . .1 18S

Iu'ckekevery': at 3 p, in Thurnlaynight.every; Hun \lay' The Prayer i,uhllo meeting are deliver UI!r' -The News Buffalo 1I play to 1,6" E" a . . . III! THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,

annually Invited to attend nor aemcea Stephen EIIIII S ? K" u . . . . :I 3.1
8. W, LAWU.R, I'aatnr We do not speak In disparaging tones L Hall 1 "F" . . . 1 18 COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS

when we say that a woman who wears b U Hay. . 31ots.hounded. N.: by G.ad by Fisher add., z. by Deaoto std .
un
BAIT1ST CHt'RCHrnmehlnn bloomer hit loose habit*.-The Post, part' :: book 'u.
Della It\D80m of w lj of n w y des to deed

every second and fourth Sundays. Syracuse e 77, sec 4, t 22 I' 35 e . . 1\\ 45lv QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
.... .. .
.r"I"I( and evcnlnir Urayre M utuiK every blocs and
Tunulay evening atleIu'cl.skt HuniUyrUho.ilvery "I'm afraid' said the bicycle girl, A Rawlll . > :34 and :35 J n 212: ft of blk 30, sec.
Sunday at .45 a, iii. Ale renthlnit 4t. 22, range 3e.: . . 543
Unit. Sunday at LaOnutn; Hwond Him lay. lla k "that we are getting altogether too original E J lIarrl. south U acres of lot I, described In deed book North and ::EJ.t. North AS1c1. Wept.so. .
Hill. All are cordially Tuvlteil to attend In our l Idea of costume" 0, page 288. . . . 4 53;
H. A. 011'11111&. Ia tor. "It's worse than that," replied her I. Wbitl'1Ck lot 7, sec 4,122, I' 33: e . . 11 13: Ie No. .. "0. ta. .N0. ..

mother. "We are getting positively aborlgiual' unknown .. . w ofw" ofne .004t22r3.e 833 ALL TRAIN DAILY. -ss.au.'r.ar.e u.N.a aYl.. ; ALL TRAINS DAILY : n. NL' : .
CATHOLIC CHI'RCHHervlrea unknown. e- of n w t4 of n e >j, see 4, t 22, r 35 e. 13 112uoknowD.
ro
: -The Star Wasington a Lw. JacbonY1l1e. F.C.A P.... ''J 10 am a 20 Im Le Jacksonville, F.e. a P.. I 20 pm 7 ::
at 10 a. in every Hunday. In hall. over . e J. ofswtf .. of neusec4t22r33e.: 13 82 Everett, 166 6 Lverett, BouI erD. 160 10 R
ladlan River HUM Hauk. tlill ui. tion to Tltunll1e. .. . .. 16 Ofl Columbia, SoulherD._ 1 011 pm 4 00 .m Atlanta, 1 45 am : =r:
RKT J. K. lUiTLK, Rector as that woman Ar.
: passe Pharlotte,
J IS Turner . .lot 4 allli ;J of block C, Coleman' addition a Wahingmn :::: 120 149 : : 80 00 : :: Ctndnnoat:'Q..t ; .....: H pm 50:
FHItODIIWh.t': the use f Don't you to Tltunl1le . . . . 48 H Baltimore Peoo.LR.... a 06 am It 26 pm 01 D'O
Y. 111. C. A. nee she h:i* bloomers on f Judge uDkMwn. lot 6, blk C, Colewan' addition to Tltu.vl1le. 4J: : Phllatelphla New Yort, :: .:: 19 to l: = : g: :: Ar" Btrmlo BL Loul.,ham, Cairo 80ulhern 8b. Line 12 7 80.m--

. The regular Sunday afternoon prayer inwtlnit J IS Turner Iota 7, 8 and 0 of block C, Coleman'lI additiontoTituevllle. .. Ar. Memphis. J(. C. M. 4 B. 10 00 pm
or the V M. C. A. will .lw hel.I evrry Hun.UTOI1ACCU. > . . . . . : 3 .Ar. Ashevtlls. Southern...... ....._...... 10 10 am Jauaaa City, to C 00 pm '_
artern..on, at 4uetp. m.. .t the Proet'ylerlan. Folk IB HoaaU. J P Turner lot 1:1 and 13 of block C. Coleman' addition

church oIrt.1 further to Tltuavll1e. . . . . 3.) For Information apply to any Agent of this great Railway
The Russian godovoy (policeman) is 1I0well Titus .south I of blk 1, Titus addition to Titusville. 91;
usually a very small policeman indeed J T Stewart. lot I block 4 --1& 5yctem, or Its connection

lie waken up in deportment and dignity/ Pete Meyera. . II ti 112: W, A. TURK, C. A. BENSCOTER S. H, HARDWICK.t
what ho luck lu die/ Ills countenance Annette Cleyelanll. 1 8 II 75; General Pats Agent Alt Gen Pats,Agent All't a.n'l .. .
For the pint few niouthi the public boar evidence of unbending severity ; Flora Turknette 5 II II 73; ATLAOTA/A
W.SMINQTON.D C.
KNOXVILLIE TENN.
has been absorbed In the shell road he ia never seen to smile; be i* minute, Mrs C Bravo a 8" II u u a ..2 75 ,
but majoMtio ; dirty, but dignified. I Mrs C Bravo 0" K. to ;11Stt'plum W. D. ALLEN
question to the total neglect of everything IIu dretw in a long kaftan, 'which the Ellis a e cor 01 s e-t of s e-l mce' addition. . 00I ,
elite until we don't know wherewe 'would J C Greeley. II e-l a e-l des In deed book Q, page il'd, Rice's Florida Passenger Agent,
ignuraLt nnhebitatiuglj
are. Cant. Richards. wanted aome- be / A sword pronounce I addition . . . . tH 212 Wet Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FJ
to drawing
a gown. C n Graham II e-l a e-l des In deed book 1., page 161, JUce'
one to iHjcgent a reraoly for wormi ornament the left side, while hi. leg : addltlol. . : 64 July I1Rth. JROtJ.

attacking dead orange trooi. 1 was too are luc_'"] in huge Wellington boots. James Oglellbr se-.4 des .n deed book p, page 38, Jtice'

' busy flghtlag the road juentloii at the Ou hill head he Wt'IU'I. email militarycap. addition . . .. 11-1 --
time to tell him Dig them up and setout Unle F Rice part of blk 1\ des ID deed book S, page 138 -- -

that I is. the successful The policeman live In bin own little Ulce' addition .. .. 64
more; only house, about the size of a moderately Wm Smith all 0' blk 2. Wc,,'. addition . : 2i1 WE --
way Au old scrubby orange tree 1* likean kennel of which i R U Woodall part of blk K II . . U ." ." .
large dog one planted -
old 1 man-good for nothing-exceptto I. U Lmwkanl..s e our bit 1" . i
ut the if each principal tharougluTunt
corner ( l.orena limes lot 11I0 of blk U JUce' addition. . 18E DELIVERA
be In the way An old lady once remarked little square
Hen the
> (t"lovol.It't'1'II II Ides balance of mce' add. of sec 33, T 21, R M ..1 37 -
to her yranl-chidreu: "I am and cuts. hill meal and disposes of the
unknown It w-l 01. e} sec 33. t 22. r 3d e. tJ Piano or Organ
the root suit ye art the branchun" Due "JuN time upon his hand*.-Duffalo Ell Rue part of s """f 0" s e-t see as, t 2'1, r 35 e. 3:1:

of them replied "The branches always Turn S J Norton lWutb-i ea.t4 of lot :2 blk D 87 '

HourUhed best wUen the root wan under --- ---- --- --- --- \T YOUR NEAREST RULROtD STATION, with ;complete"it1'

the ground. IKuie, old HMiple and A KM Tribal. to approval after a trial In your own bouae No mouvy required un'',I \ "

scrubby orange trees are out of fa..lilonAt "Tb.,' bicycle uit uf your."said! the The publk>atiui of a Utgrupliio thoroughly sati.ti sd. Our price are a* low M any house In the t'uitc'I -, ''. ,
lUN>rt. from 1IU1teemaa. our terms ate so reasonable can nd for an m>tiThe n 1
fUm-v. 'in the lost hideous article of anyone purchase 4 pay
the road question hat: tubuldod for weather lmll.4iu, together with pr\xjic-
w earing apparel man ever gaud For ones in his career the ineormpti ; Celebrated CONOVER. ,
the present, It now Uhoven UII to !rive npou.II joni, began iu l!>57tia this country
,iut*..tly, It s a wonder that it di" ",t,'l ble aliWruttut" from the S'Ueuth ward The Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.
our attention to other nutter KloiUU hat hu II The Beautiful I
cause I.UK of hysterics every time you The Indiana called Lake Canaaluigua ttiujvr"Imui SCHUBERT.I
got a lick lat winter which upait her appiw ou the strvtt. G.&u.a-d.u'ofJue. "rboiieu spot lank you he r aiI "with', ',I And KINGSBURY.

stomach and made her nick for the time one hand tied behind me I" : COTTAGE
Ha punned for u reply, but she had Vocation Aeolian, Farrand & Votey. CHICAGO
being and made It nec ahary Ui bunt druo).*>d 1T blushing lead and .said Uot Th. Ckaa... "You can fight better with ot e band I ORGANS

around for a remedy the way of d vt-l- a woi\L She could not r] oping new eaterpihw, one of hkh U. The eloquent ooutpliuMxit to her skill and *o I married her ed alWiuan from the Umpty-MVOUI} eJ.Anna anti small Instruments, Music and Btiok Write Oil; 1At' ,11'1 .1mo

the tebaeeo lndu.try. Why people should. in 4gaiutf a ,ooc %*ful 1.w1cLtIIi- HAUk.-And- I ward, "than you can any other way.It's .

have waited for the results of providence tame bl overwhelmed her with joy.- 11aak-ADd w* have now cMriged your nutoaury position, bV h 1"_ rrius.V.. 13. Cnniplx?II COn
Cbioago HatxtfA "Uc .-IXtroit Free Pres. Chicago Tribune.
to force that them i I. I 1.2 .\
question upon a J ACKSONVILI.E. I'Lal(1l



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ITHARIF.n ADVOCATE.: OCIOHKR 25. 1895. 3

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IOPPional Cards. WHITTIER'3 BOYHOOD.the --

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---;;-RoII," I. Wuna B.Ou..... Qaaher IWt Had bat !cant laatne- PLANT SYSTEM.i i 1
tlon In HI. "'oath. I
BISS.l: GRAnAY, The One Crop System
R) In hit boyhood Whittier had scant In. i

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, traction, for the district school Was c of farming gradually exhausts the land, unless a Fertilizer containing a ____ ._h _
few
only a Twk in
open winter lie
Hot-B :-From to 12 aLTlrrtviLLE m., high percentage of Potash is used. Better better soil and
a a
crops
p10 had but few books
I*" and a to 4 ; there were ri\ rely Perfect:
larger bank Ja.osec.ger: : Service.:
:, Brevard Co., Florida 80 In the hones The one book he wad : account can only then be expected. .

and read again until he had it by heart Write for our "Farmers' Guide," a 14=-page illustrated book. It

r fe.P'II.0., '. :'In 1 all the oonrt*-*UM and fed almost was the Bible, and the Bible was Is brim full of useful information for farmers. It will be sent free, and double 3Ddil37- Iro.ic.s.: : : :

L.U1; feint!,, for examining and perfect- always the book which exerted the I will make and save you money. Address ,

,:Nod ruler' Money to Loan. strongest literary Influence upon him. *.) -- CEKMAN KALI WORKS! o] Nu... !Street, Ntw York Unexcelled Pullman Equipment.-.: 4I
Bat when he
was 14 a teacher came
IXOK S. JONES, who lent him books of travel and openeda I .

\\r new world to him. It wan this teacher -


ATTORXEYATLAW.ITTTTSVILLE evening who brought a volume; to of the Burns Whittier and read one -Walton'. Rapid! Calking Machine I 0 Trains Daily Jacksonville to Charleston. Q

ll BREVAHD co., FLA aloud tome of the poem, after explaining : $,.00, tlO.UO, and $15.00 each. In u,,
the Scottish dialect by many of the principal boat-builders lJ" II ii to Montgomery /
County Judge of Brevard County. Whittier In the North. See pamphlets and testimonials I
begged to borrow the book,
e II lei 11 "
ip which was almost the first poetry he to Tifton,
|atO toss". J. T. BAKDERS: had ever rend. It was this volume of
Hamilton Nicholas of New South
yntary.CACLDEN Burns which net Whittier to making j I II
.I: SANDERS, verses himself, serving both as the inspiration Wales, Is said to the oldest resident of These trains carry through Pullman Sleepers -

and the model of his earlier that country. His age I III 127 years, and
to New
York
.1., l lnl'11 the of the, BtateATTORNEYSATLAW poetio efforts. The Scottish poet, with he was 08 years old when he emlgiated Washington Philadelphia,

tn."f.1A.'i and the United Sttaue Courts. his homely pictures of a life as bare andas to that country from England. Baltimore Nashville Louisville

.ti p.a Bo..W8. T1TL-8 VILLE, FLA. hardy as that of New England then, I ntolb Its" rnilii; tH tn 13 h |i :Marine IH t.< Cincinnati,
i Money to Loan. 18J first revealed to the American poet what BAC Acniand KRCTTMATISM relievedby 11\ h. |I'",Ktntlnnari, I
K
Send N .taniptorestalcgne St. Louis
New
poetry really was and how it might be lit Mllue' Nerve l'l>u
i TOME REYNOLDS, made ont of the actual facts of his own ft-lllng AK"MII r,,i St l"lm* sod liullan I!I MrComilrif
J, [Remember, the AnvocATK;, Titus !- !'. I II !*t l.mlo. .'1" Chattanooga.

A TTORYEY.A T.LA W. life.That book of Bum poems had an ville, docs all kind of job |printing. Give ----- ---
us a share of your work.]
even stronger; influence on Whittier than
the odd volume of The The Largest and Most Complete
Iliitchinson Avenue, Spectator which -
fell into the hands of Franklin had on HOU'N Tills :: : :
Establishment South. ; ;;;;
I ; .nville! Floii.la. the American author whose boyhood is

e. ---- wont like WJuttUVg. Franklin alto WIW'I' We offei' One '. Dollars Rewaulto

\ : TITUS, born in ahnmble mid hardworking family any case of ('atarl h that; cannot bocuteu GEO, S, BACKER & SON

Ho\n:1.1. doing early his share of the Ul>or by II all'II ('titanh (''rare.F. .

irrOKXEY-AT-LAW.. and having but a meager ednrntion although J. CHENEY' ; CO, piop.,
? always lunging for learning It Toledo: OWe .
'inxu' And FeiliT.il) riiurt. Land / ;
d. is true that and the nnderslulied; have known F..1.
Irving Cooper and Bryant
'ii-nlt\ \tt<'rlley for Hoard of I
Cheney for the last 1.1; )'l'arllI\III11 lil"*'i>
( I 'miiliMloiien and) County !I..lldtllr.] did not graduate; from college, bntth..y him perfectly honorable; in all business rat ir

I Po"' u TITI-8VILLK, I'LA.in could have done so had they persevered transactions and financially; able to carryout
and Emerson and Longfellowand any obligation mado" by their firm 1 t j- r I

I ." .in II.ill!, .Silas I!. 1Vrlght.h Hawthorne did get as' much of the Wt-; .\: THI-AT, Wholesale). Druggists, r ,
mo .I'.l.aw. Dchniid, Fla. higher education as was then possible Toledo, o. I, +
in America But neither Franklin nor W A!.III s.., KIVVANA; MAIIYIN Wholesale -

[I \1.1'mu HT.I I Whittier ever had tho chance; it was as Diupglsts, Toledo, O .
much as' they could do to pick up the !Hall's. Catarrh Cure Is taken Intel\ mil)
I Sn\Xn AGENTS, noting directly upon the blood and;
element
merest ( of an education.-Professor
I n isville, . Floiill.1. Brander Matthew in St. Nicho : mucous surfaces of the system. Pi ice
7.io per liottle. bold by all Ilrllg'jtl"tIl.T'III .
'Kepresenting: tho "OM Il.irtfoxl," las. i 1II00lIIK free.INCAPABLE Mtniufnctnrfrti ofDOO1'S >
The
Liverpool A London & Globe, and all the IN-N,1 OITul1pa{ open all t the year.The .

leading companies. Are prepared! to OUTNIMRODS OLD NIM.
tritf lines up to $:IOOIO:) In any part of OF IMPERSONALITY. Sash, IMinds,
Erevan! county. The 1'rtalnma Pot Iluotrr Tells, a Story of
a Wondrous CIt...... An AII.c.dalllnc, That Ilaa Deferred
Frank Timius, the Petalnma pot Woman' Emancipation.The Moulding and Building Material.
Plant Line
Bi" ovr U\r, DADS Cot.rv.I Steamship
hunter, had the floor and the crowd bond of fellowship which exists:

|. W EM'AX U., S. CmmIS1SIO breathlessly awaited a thrilling story of between man and man simply by virtueof Office nixl Uaieiooms, King, Opposite

ER. the chase. a common sex: is entirely absent between Cannon Street

Notary Publio State at Large "You want a story of the chase, eh?" woman and woman. It is, in I> IOM | luxurious f*.* Ier>flulMltil>, :-f I."if'e

lands Selected; Conveyances made. repeated Timing. "Well I'll tell yon fact, replaced by a fundamental antagonism -
Charleston]
S. C.
"irreapondence solicited.! Addicss: about the greatest bit of chasin I ever a vague enmity which renders in lli <; NoiH liorn 1VftI PI''''''. !'

Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, I did in my life. I wuz out hnutin one the general attitude a feminine creature

Office, Ewan's Landing. day for quail with my ole muzzle loadm toward her kind essentially different Sash Weights Cord and Elegant Ships every week between Port Tampa, :

shotgun, when three quail jumped up from that of tho male creature in 2 Koy West and Havana. _---
W. ALLEN, out of a bush right ahead of me. One identical relations.\ In individual canes i it

GEORGE flew to the right, one to the left and this feeling is counteracted by affection Hardware. { Elegant Ship every week between Port Tampa and Mobile. I l
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW the other straight ahead but I got 'em or by sympathy, but apart from personal .
l
all three. sentiment it remains, severing every '

K 0 \\est, Florida "Killed three quail going in different living Woman from the rest! of her fox.: Window and Fancy Glass II. W. WRENX, IMssnigcr; Truffle Manager; t

direction with a muzzle loading shotgun To a great extent this arises from wom Savannah, On.
Till practice In the United States ?" repeated one of his listeners incredulously an' incapacity impersonal feeling or A SPECIALTY. j

J'1'I Mate Com ts. OJunOS abstract emotion. In life's fray she \

"Yep; that's what I done. fights either for her own hand or, more

"Your must have had three barrels often, for some one man or woman I
B L. WILLS gun Have you st'en it ? Soon what .Why &
Dk then. whom she loves, but rarely for the welfare the Walton Rapid\ Calking Machine If The florida (Central peninsular RailroadShort
"Nop; only two. of her sex: at large.
PhYSICIAN A SURGEON, "How did you do it?" Were it not for this strange; lack of humanity you own a sail or low boat, dou'l Jail to

"Well I killed the one that went to in her nature, the emancipationof have 0110 on hanfl It Is gloat labor
HHSVILLE Lhu bet teen I'lorldu anil all Non liens 1'olnts.
FLORIDA. the right with the right barrel; then woman would not have been so grievously saver, and 1 Is patented In the United

'1'i n'K:-Hutchlnson Avenue, near qn'ck a*' a flash I killed the one tint retarded. If the few women who States, in-lit llilt.iin, Canada; etc. A Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington, Dal-
t. Indian River hotel. went to the left with the other barrel suffered aforetime under the restrictions few of the state lights will bu sold at a

then I took after the one that went which hedged in their liberty had boon reasonable tigurw. Apply to J. O. Walton tlmoro, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and tho East.
straight ahead and knocked the stnffin able to count on the sympathy and cooperation .
ASPIXWALL TitiisvilU, Fla.
I JOHN out of it with the ramrod. of all women, the time of Everett, Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga, \..ihhvllUI. Cincinnati,
I "I wouldn't believe that if I told it their subjugation would have boon enormously --- -- -- and Chicago.

REAL ESTATE A IXbURAXCE. I myself," declared one of the assem abbreviated. As it was, the first Everett, lilrmlnjrliam: Holly Springs: Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City, St.
blage. seekers after freedom met with more Louis Chicago Sioux City.

"Huh I That ain't nothin. I killed opposition from their own sex: than they River Junction, Pcnsacoln, Molillo New Orleans, Texas, Mexico, California.
tAt 1 UVLLIE, FLORIDA. six: quail with one barrel once, and they did from the other; nor, indeed, do they In : and thel'arllloCoast. I:fcHlvtt .July H, 1N1K1.Nfw I

wuz all flyin in different directions. fare better today. Enormous changes
w,,.. ,,, York Mmllr.l red New, lurk Pa.t
F.w.. CRAVEN, "Run 'em all down" in their social status were effected by t..,v.. nps Mall learx. jMkMiiiTillo, t'r> a. nr. nut ,1.:111 J
inconsiderable of l>. in.,daily, with TtintKKli I'ullnmn I Hlwivra for

"Nop; never moved out o'my tracks. an minority women : :
a. Kvxrett; Havaniwh, rolun.lila.I \\,.hliiKti.n, Hal.Iliuora .
DENTIST, When they all started out o' the same brave enough and logical! enough to impress PoorHealth ( ,, 1'\IIho'IIhl., New. \
TII,'IHVILLlC( FlXKIDA. bunch of grass I held the gun away over the male powers that be with the r ? ,,,, + eo. rod Ku: .111:4/11.11I t..rn,: |Hilnt... Arr''''''.J.'kI"ntIJ. IOtl'a.lII.;

to the right, and all it went off swep' justice of their demands. But for their .r., I oiniiartniKiit Can Iwtwwn Ht. AiiEU' .tlne and I'
Iffiu end rooms In Ray building, upstairs it aroun to the left The result was thatI courage they received no sympathy and aw. L.rw lo.New... Vork. Ulnlug can tu and fromaiililiiK-

Washington avenue. slung shot in every direction, same as for their success not one word of thanks -- : -

you can sling water outen a pan, and a -nothing, in fact but execration: from M w Onlr MHO .
Through
/ ll autlful 11111
little of the shot ketched ev'ry one. "- the huge inert feminine mass in whose l C'uunlr'uf Mlilill tlorl.lit. Yrnsrvlssrd .
Florida Post service their 0 e F.MHiiihU liny l av.JIM kwmrille Y.AU a, nr,
Grown Trees. Sail Francisco strength was spentSaturday -
IJn. .
'+ 4 lurlrkellty ihik, MadlKin, Moiillivllo, t.
Review. means so much more than t ,/ Talluhiuuwc, Itlvrr JuiHtlon, lyiiMUtila, 1..10,1.,,
Tide* In the Atmoeohere.Distinct Arwehlerns.ndthe: wiuthoext, Meilro I (all- j
you imagine-serious and A r Gn.laandtbsl'ulanBert.I tmrrlei ttl :
rii n.
FIRST CLASS tides in the atmosphere Mre. Elliabeth E. Hatter. ArrlrwJw.. ..
BUDDED r corresponding fatal ,Y kwrnvill*T;.jI! m.
diseases result from
to those of the sea and pro- Mrs. Elizabeth E. Hotter who recently -

Orange, Grapefruit Seedless duced twice daily by lunar attraction, died in Philadelphia, was widely trifling ailments neglected. til + A-- 1'III', Ilioriw.LrarerJ.rtr.nrlllrY.biamGnatarketlaww HllvcrHnrlnir.lifaU ilainmvlllii, ('ricer.
-
have been traced by M. Bouquet de laGrye known as the pioneer in many philanthropic Don't with Nature's' v. i Key, UllilwiNxl: lee.l.urg: Trans, Al.. .ha, ,
Grapefrnit play \ iirfmido. I.... ..-.hwr. |ia.V..
and Lemon Trees in the barometric record of stations movements in Pennsylvania.She J v Tampa, Arrive JIM'kwmvUle)l'Ity.43 I'laut. City, I
removed from powerful local disturbances. was the widow of the Rev. Dr. E. greatest gift-health. \ p.m.I ;

-FOR SALE.- The recorded observations of W. Butter once editor of the Lancaster If srr feelst \ ) 'IIH lunail and Florida. fJiultwl!, fern Jack, f
til j: A So. yo. Y t S 1 0 0 .. '
1 Florida grown. Our stock Brest, 8t Helena, Cape Horn, Batavia Intelligencer and afterward private secretary art of ,ortl WI.k e"I .nr11le..1a1. m Holid >wtll>ul Train. Tlaiaalltlloovrr
w Injured by freeze. Florida i 'DdI.n".II, em r jAlKHin. u> Ourlnnall. Maoon. ;:
Cosa trees Buy and Singapore give positive evidence ofa of President Buchanan and assistant Browrts, haailad .""otI.. Atlanta, n.ltoln'I1Io| ('unnMtafor >a>hvlllo.
"
better trees and! at less .have ,,, UMilxvlllD. (liliaic.i and all ix.lnlt north anilwml I I
none) than regular ebb and flow according to the secretary of state. During the ao appetite a : ..
can be had outside of the aad cant w..k. Arrive J .k Ill.liam.
'tate Call on or rnddrcsg, moon's position. The effect is slight, war Mrs flutter frequently went to the beet, ti oan.k. naslaL mat icy rn _

GEO. H. WRIGHT but measurable the greatest atmospheric front, rendering valuable service to the IDI Ike most ruts-' ,rrrw. .11ollySprlnlnRuirte. SLinuleKen.aClty,
tide at Brest being shown by a wounded and suffering. She took a conspicuous Iron ble medlclae.whlch etreagthealnc la ( liltaicu.Mi9 JatkMinvill.* > u. a), via,
Orlando Fla.
movement of one-quarter of an inch ina part in the great sanitary fair ,row.'. .Iron all Maum, Atlanta. IHruilnKo. Holly itydap.
",. A few hot.cornea Mvuipula, Hi.rliiKltold, Kauiuu City. Ht 14,015! Ihlrairo, Hluux City Thmngh ale. wMhnot
John water barometer, which is equivalent held in Philadelphia in 1801, acting u tl.. err.-beset rh.ng.4r.:: Kan.w C'lty: and B(,Louis: .and unly one ilmnge tu tuliago and tlhs.z flty. Arrfve
B, Stetson University to about one-fiftieth of an inch in the president of the committee of labor in- from Ike 4 Jw kwmvllle IU::M a. m,
Bitters l. cry firel doat-tf nioti: M. l.>nal for Tslthsme.I and liiu-riiie mercury barometer. The tide seems to come and revenue. She is credited with / Itfiu M' eMt V M._:ror Tau.|.,and Inu-rniwllaie |x>liit>. I'ulluian almiwn. ArriveJatkiMHivllletJO*.n>.
eLand, Florida. bear about the same,ratio to the weight having raised $380,000 for the fair. She = aad It:: Nor ll,.,....'..invllle. H|'rtanliurg and Asheville. leave Jackaiiuvllki. dally at '::JU 1>, m., wltlk
TI"'Kb 1I1"n.y".n.
of the atmosphere that the sea tide beanto was the first woman to crow the line plcaaaat la take Atlanta,two Trains Iktlly f_"Jatkaonvllle. I JO a. ... and 195 p. ... rnllnaniunitrr
.h r IIOtb Sere.. College. Normal School the depth of the ocean. after the desperate three days' battle of '" :4r AiUnu, unliig; tl>e Holly |:rlng*lee|>en can remain In their .bertha until S-OU a. aa.
,
..
IQ) ol It Cures Full. Hl nwra ua all fight Tralna.tr
b e Aa ln t1tSchoolant ra Y Yaculty Gettysburg. She went in a ear providedby
:'en, of send fur Heat Indeied Township Map of blunts to
{ Mhen. Seven Three Book. President Scott of the Pennsylvania
l ,l elegant bulldlnn Dy 3 ,iijr steam lighted by ektrtncity. Hut railroad and of N. S. PENNINGTON, A. O.
a' A leading literary light In one of the by special permission MAtDOJTELI
Troubles
Neuralgia
)
<* rL *la* Thoroughly IIlolpped ,
rut;'wai"nm Multary' l"ru"'D8n& of "by.1eaI CUI&ure of best known woman's colleges says that President Lincoln.-New York Tribune. Constipation, B4 Blood Traffic Manager. General Passenger Ag't
"- \ : men. Library
iAYtmluroe,. there are just three books that everybody
Rdigromwith alllad/ng/
oc :rbl'ala, \ and dally. and weekly ,.. should know by heart-"The Arabian Ballet Mark. la a C....... Doe. Malaria Nervou ailment.Women's < -
.1u; lIJull'loed Chemical .Wye d Nights" "Alice In Wonderland" and compUlnU. ,
"' hw
1 s..panle bUIlding An interesting discovery has beer Get ealy tbs ..-H ha*mated r4 .
tt'.bt;ehrg.tlarrod; : with antra of '. repute. I "Mother Goune. "A thorough knowledge made at the Church of 8t Mary, with Uaa M Ike ,,=. All others aieaub '
.
arm open. liecemherW.e of those masterpieces she ... ...
of
end says at 1 In& Um rciiit (wo>c alanp
: for Ql&lolo., giving full Infor- "will do toward cultivating the fit Andrew, Tenyham in Kent The will _did of Ten Beantllia w.....'*
more ; western door recently underwent renovation Pair View sod book-Iree.
JOHN P YORNF.S, Presid.uthBaq than other thatI
Imagination any prooens .. .
and the removal of all superfl- CROWN..CHEMICAL CO. .LT .O.O'
know of. And I regard imagination as "
eial covering disclosed that the portalwas -
: the most important of all mental f sealties. of fins massive oak, which, on examination

I JTAMPSLTENfilLS WHYNOTJUVCYOU,I This to is the in idea direct held and significant by WM found to be scarred la THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE
many
opposition
WORK DONE It QUICK teachers that tales several places with bullet marks. Them Th* ravlle.. Owm fmmH.Jazkint .
and fairy are
parents reading for the .-New are eight distinct punctures, in some of -Bicyellsta are ao common Patented In the United State, Great Britain and Canada
JklVf injurious young which the leaden ballets still remain
tfy
nowadays, I suppose, that nobody 11&1'any
lAViitii.MI ( York Sun.Memory I Imbedded. It supposed that they were attention to thtm.Blunog 10 Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States.

II the primary and fundamental I fired into the door by some of Crom -That's just it People pay

STEE( etrrr"q' I BIGGEST P power without which there I well's soldiers when engage) in the DO attention to them, and then they denounce

rN 1 SOUTH coold be no Ubtf tnUllaetaal operatiwLJ I rpoliatlon and desecration of the Kent the biey liU fur running them TITUSVJLI.K, FLORIDA.
IK
THE J .-- I Uh chore bet.-London Letter. down.-Rosbory (Mara) Ouietta.:
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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE OCTOBER JS, 1895. _

.
has decided not to take out a 1 11. VALUABLE i we meant to convey to our readers was JAMES: PMTCHABD, President ReW.; B. BARHETT' : Vice-Preddent-'
IHDIAH RIYER ADYOCATE. 4-
i -+ the fact that the opposition showed by W. M. $ Cashier
there Is little
cense this year ; so FARMERS AND I far the grentfil activity In their efforts
ap doing it will not pay them to do *0. We warned, our friends repeatedly of
.to WIIII.LY .lOUIIUL! D."O'tJlD: t0 Taa Dtt4Otrtltf INDIAN RIVER STATE
GROWERS. I BANKIncorporated
or Ira IIfDUIf aura. L1aaIreataAD The owners of the opera house that fact during the campaign and feared

"IMeA'If II xAY.aCTlox.Yatltor .. have decided not to take out a the result, unless the advocates of bonds

license for the hall, being of the We are In receipt of I exhibited an equal real There were a ( under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
few men In various parts of the county
opinion that it would not to No. n6, from the .
pay who took a deep Interest In the matter Authorized capital

.................... WALfIa: 8. OaABA. do HO. Agricultural Experiment and worked hard, but the great mass 01 $100,00<
fri AuocUU-Edltor Manager, CHAS H.WAtTOSubscription. It will, therefore, be readily seen We believe any of our those who favored bonds made but little SrN Paid up capital $25,00

that the town will he very short of may wish to obtain a copy I effort.tight was They being seemed handled to satisfactorily think that the by [ ....-1 Average deposits $30ooc! <

funds In future and it will be necessary same, ran do so by I and
few nothing more
a energetic spirits
who lion Wm. I .. ..... ;;:: .
for the gentlemen are fj. Stubbs. wan necessary: but. with the opposition T ftM A Tl- I
Twelve month, $180Bis --' UI111 I1\i\ l:) General
H 1.00 elected next Monday to look maters Park, New Orleans It It was; different. Scores: of men took "n I a Ddli&lD

Three" JIO In the face, and adopt a sys much valuable information Intense Interest In the fight; they did Easiness

Single copy, ..5fltrlctly tern of the most rigid economy. it seems to us would be of their pushed utmost their succeed purpose and The they AnvocAT accom: ,

'In advance. The salaries of certain officers of Florida farmers. did what It could In the fight, but we do Largest and Oldest! Bank on the Rii<

--- the town should certainly be reduced From a hasty glance not recollect ever having claimed thatwe r i
unless action hall the bulletin mentioned did all the fighting or as much u
AI'IreM all cniumnnlcsttoni to the l'r"l.rlll'| at once, we other whom have DIRECTORS
tni., already been taken in that matter.A following : "The some named.) gentleman we '" PmiTHAKn.W B,BAHMM J'i 11'1''.,
r at the National Hank of Ja<'kwmMlli/ I
(tHA 11 AM WALTON, was destructive last year, I i'Bnrke.I'renltlenl :Natlunal K I'I;,k i
FACTORY SUG- following remedy is "s U ck iiiivllle), w. 8. GRAHAM ann\ %.
FERTILIZER iiUsms.H MIN SHOULD 01 .
INDIAN: RIVi.ll ADVOCATE, }lHi>"Sfleshnsril
fectual : One 'part paris. :: tV1RRrftPONDF.iTa.
OAXIZI I r
TmnviLl.it, FLORIDA I GESTED. one hundred parts of ,: LL's' .?? Nations! Hank Mea: \ ,i ?,
I National Hank of Jack nrllle ,
Jf
thoroughly mixed and du
I In talking to an AnvorATE rep the We urge upon our business men the ".l."II'.l."LT ,'IL7: : E, .
Avenue Titusvll fully on young plants, board
Office Washington Importance of organizing 01
rescntntive Commodore a ________ __ _
Indian River, Florida. recently, troy every leaf-eating trade or simibroiginlzatlon. The winter __ ___ _u u__
F. Hughes suggested that this attacks them, before the season ls at hand; business general

section ought to be able to manu formed, doing away with all Is picking up, and an organized laxly of FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY 7
EVERY FRIDAY. our merchant and professional men
PUBLISHED
facture its own fertilizer instead the
using poison on cabbage
:
could do good work for the town and
of sending Its! money away and but if properly used even |.IIIII..ly. get.some_cigar factories! to 1 o- __ _J __ _ J
TilE weather report last Mon buying the mime in other states 8t heads, there Is no danger, cate heie. With the pier at Vest !'almBeach / } Land .uepar-crnenT

a high price, and pacing heavy the percentage of poison and the Havana llteamel'lI 8topplnjl
lily night predicted that South at that point, It will Income a 01
Florida was likely to he visited by cost of transportation. He b(- small, even if not removed entry, ami Cuban tobacco ran be brought last ] If you wish to jiuichasehnd for Stock ranch, General Farming, Fri i, ,

West India hurricane. Fortunately Heves that It would pay to operatH that that remaining would : 'In at cheap rates There Is no good
a fish of the In- [ng, Trucking, or a Business or Residence lot, anywhere between M A'I'u: ,.1..,
it curved to the east from factory near one flcient to produce serious reason why cigar: manufacturing 'eutre
lets. lie says it would be necessary The mixture of parl .grl'en could not IKS established at Went I'alm and Miami, call on or address the undetslgned.J3T .
Cuba, and passed up the Gulf Beach and at other the
to have a small steamer to any point along
above is also effective
given ,
The hurricane to actual settlers
stream. season may East Coast Line. : hjieclal terms
now be said to be o\er. Old sci catch the fish, off the count ; they tecting:; seed-beds ItoHldes Its ability to aid In securing .
tiers claim that destructive gale could then be ground up for tl'rlU.Izer worm" manitficttiring enterprises for Titusvill\ JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commission, ,
and would make a high a board of trade might succeed In getting
very The director of the '
hate been known visit ST. AUGUSTINE FLA
never Jto a syndicate to take hold! of the Delespin
grade. He in addition to
says station tells tale of in
I this vicinity after November 1st. a woe I Grant and settle It with colonists. Nowhere
their value for that purpose, a to his citrus fruits. lIe
\ elite In the state can such a vast
1.--- ____,__. ... ..II ._ .
'
inr o auiuuuv ui uii can b IT is' reported that the prospectof
from certain varieties offish was visited by a cold wave, There are over forty thousand acres, andIt ,
construction beginning; on the This oil is in demand at adjoins the town limits on the south ;
railroad from Titusville to Cnnav thermometer fell to 19 ; the railroad runs through the entire Made for Sandy Soil Having 3 inch Tread.
about cents gallon. ]It
,
twenty
eral, in the near future, i is very per February following tract close to the liver front. If we
bright. We sincerely trust thstatement is used by the paint trade.It wave sent the thermometer could! succeed In settling say a thousand
seems to us there is something people on the Grant during the next
to 15, with a snow fall of 11
is With railroad
correct. a winter it would make business
certainly
in the suggestion of Commodore
which killed the
connecting Canaveral with completely lively in Tltusville. We believe it can i
Hughes, and possibly some of our which had been cultivated be done if will all
the systems of the state and a poropened we pull together.
Hrevard would renders, who are possessed of sulflcient fully for years, with the /Purely it lit worth while to try and do 1
county get capital will act the something in the line suggcstfd. We
upon ceptlon of the Satsuma
share of .the homeseekers who n
a hint he has given must not nit down and wait for something .
are pouring into Dade county and Kumquats, budded on to turn up, but stir around and

increasing its population so rap stocks, which came through turn something up.
1 !Idly KOLA IS THE NAME OF A lIe closes by saying that i

most certain that T1IH OCEAN PIKIl AT PAL3ItUACIf.

DADE seems to be DRUG Kumquats budded upon .
county on a
stock will stand cold i
)boom. Hundreds of colonists have Which is comparatively new to any
likely to ever occur in the The construction of the pier at FOR SALE BYEDW.EIRD -
ocean
settled In the territory between the medical profession in this
f' of New Orleans and can be Palm Beach has aroused a good deal 01
Lake Worth and liiscayne nay and it l is widespread SPICING:
country, exciting ed with assurance of conjecture and criticism In regard to ,
within the past few weeks. Many attention on account of Its from this our most fatal what It Is Intended foi. Many seemed The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer
1 others are en route for that section wonderful stimulating; effects 011 to think it wait being constructed simply
r orange culture. Our a promenade and fishing point for the OOOOA, Indian: : : I31vor: FLORID
and expect to make it their the human system. The Kola nut
j of last winter teach guests of the Royal Poinciana hotel, but
I, home We believe if l is -- -----
our county, worthy of special notice, because -
the superior of others believe It can be utilized for gm-
t would put forth a vigorous effort notwithstanding its stimulating cold of the citrus power commercial purposes, and that the

I: we could secure a share of the effect, it is never followed several lines of steamers which ply up ASPHALT X ROOF PAINTSGround
I stock for budding all kinds I
and down the Atlantic coast
liojneseekers who are now pouring by reaction or depression, as in the This stock is Wha'i can atop
deliver and
on. with
anges freight
down the East: Coast. It might he case of almost every other known in habit an.1, of course ...'"'.y at the 1 pro poet l pe passengers i t, Cat. W.
well for some kind of a county stimulant. '. Dye, who is one of the oldest rest In Pure

bureau of immigration to be or- The Kola nut is. about the size produce as many oranges of Lake Worth, stated to an ADVO- Oil, Red Brown and Agents Wanted
the tender
ganized. We have referred to this of a hickory-nut unhulled ; it i is as more representative recently that it I II J Write for Samples|
they only require '0 be perfectly loanable for a steamer to touch and highest
subject times, but this tar either of reddish brownish
many a oryelowish or twelve feet apart, and it a pier of the coast at Lake Worth, at Grade Prices I
our suggestions have not borne color and of Black
agreeable taste sumed will much time during the winter season. He
produce as
fruit, but we trust something will From a quarter to a half a nut will the only time It would bedangerou Asphaltum. Catalogue Etc
be done in the line suggested i in produce a marked effect in an per acre as other varieties. touch at tho pier would be during thliurricane
the We urge our readers to season, and as Nassau is con I
near future. adult and of well FOE PAINTING
a sense being, a copy of Bulletin No. 3'!, with the United States hv cable
exhilaration___nnp_.!.___. and energy la "__ovnorl.,._..- -company could -hold Its steamer at
the Louisiana State
THE olllcial count of the election, enced shortly after taking the Agriculture.by Address lion : Ball if our signal service predicted TIN, IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS, Factory, Farm and Rail]
( from a hurricane, which Is usually ,
which which lasts for
drug
occurred the 8th in perhaps eightor
on It., C. Stubbn, Audubon Park. i located
as approaching at least :It
makes the majority against bond. ten hours. If taken at night of valuable information for before Its ariival road Buildings, Freight Cars, Bridges, Fences and

ing 29 ; just as the ADVOCATE gatethe ; by sensitive subjects, it produce able and fruit As will be seen from an article In an-
result in its issue of the 11th, marked wakefulness. growers.DIISIt11'It1S1NTATION column, a line of steamers is about Iron Work of every Kind

exclusive" of Fort Drum. The vote The present demand for the Kola be tried as an experiment to run be

lit that precinct was 14 against nut is immense. The best author. Till] COCOA ANI / Palm, It Beach will uddoubtedly and :Nassau be and fol, i II Building Papers, Tarred Felts 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Read

bonds and would have swelled the ilies believe that it only producesthe ed by others. Roofing, and all kinds of

majority for the county at large to ; effects mentioned above when LEiOl: NI:WS. It seems to us, If the ocean pier Is to RooflZl.: l./
>e utilized regularly for cOmmercial Supplies, mo
43, but it was thrown out on ao used In the undried state. It has
of been ditlicult heretofore to It seems as if our brother at I it would be a good Idea to The Co.
count an informality in makingout importthe itill Inclined to bo bitter In his life-saving\ station from Jupl. Armitage Manuf'g ,

the returns of the election by nuts from Africa in their fresh of the ADVOCATE.: When the to Palm Ueach. Not that we predict Manufacturers of Asphaltum Coal Tar, Oils, etc,
the state. the Kola bas special danger, but it would be
Fort Drum inspectors. This Recently nut wan decided ou the 8th lust we a
does not change the result in the been propogated; In Jamaica and at leant fair treatment, If not !: good plan to have the \life-saving 3200 to 3300 William-burg Ate., Richmond Va.

least, for everybody} I* satisfied the other West India islands and some Ity, at the. hands of the brethren ;! case ou hand anviniug as convenient unfortunate as possible should! - -- - -- -__ __ __ u __ _

anti-bond men won the fight by aBate nuts are obtainable there. The article press who doe opposwl us an injustice us. The and( and we have no doubt If a petllou -

majority, and that the actual point we wish to lay before our not sea wheieln it Is calculated fur removal of the House of Refuge HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !

majority of votes cast against readers is this : The Kola nut, in anybody else any good sent to Washington the wishes ohe
people and their best interests would
"The ADVOCATE chums
bonding was 13. We regret the our opinion is not a temporary due consideration.

board felt that it was necessary to fad We lH.!!'... ve it '* destined to or ritusvllle no Work to done Fort by Pierce the bond there MANUFACTURED BY -

omit the vote of Fort Drum on ac. unit a prominent place in com b>e wounded In the house of a Florida Cosmopolitan Immigration

count of the informality in the uerce. Until the demand is sup most humiliating. Our friend I Chapman c& Sudlow
certificate of the inspectors of that 'plied the price of Kola nuts will done nobly In the fight. lie Compaii, ,

precinct, but as their action does rule high. It is believed it will cause with marked ability. lie South
the towns in the central and The concern which controlled White Jacksonville, Florida.
not leave the majority so close all flourish in South Florida. Under Portion of the county gave his was reorganized at the office ol

to be at all uncertain, we presume roper conditions the tree will bear money for traveling! expenses &: Graham, In Titusville, last For
worked nobly and >\ Geo. M. Kobbins Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples
there will be no special objection fruit in about five years ; they are faithfully president
ecu was achieved In this S. Graham treasurer, and 'has. ,
to the course of the board in full bearing in 15 years The ion can bu traced to the labor McCarty, secretary. The affairs of __ n_ ___

tree is, small but when in full bearing lolines. Now the battle Is over company were rather mixed on ac- -:) Special Attantlon Given to Private Formulas. ( --

THE TOWN GOVERNMENT OF at the present price of Kola smoke Is clearing away and no of the death of Louis lit, former-
nuts, would yield $100 per tree iron, then because of defeat, to secretary, and the rather abrupt de- Dealers all kimV' of Raw 0 f aG'mi.t', null uk, gulp. Potash, KalDli.t t ""
TITUSVILLE One hundred trees be loader and director say Jo the I I of Col. 1'. G. Mejers the treas- Seed Meal, :Nitrate of /Stale, l'tA', ct<-,
f can planted lieutenants. did not do their : : : and Emanuel Jose, the jolly presi- Bone ground and steamed in the factory in three different 11111f
1 to the acre, and we believeit hence w e met w'lth defeat It '''"t' mt t a reorgau Itl uo was fuuud to .- Send: tor dinpuieis ana I_'rices.
i 1i Will be compelled to practicethe would be wise for some of our lameness of the cause, not the ; ; necessary.

, strictest economy in future, readers to make! an experiment ability of Mr. II. and others who The company U now in condition to
for in the past the treasury has with the Kola nut. so faithful for the bonds." all errors and omissions in con-
What we did was that "the made during the
say Meyers, re- JOB
I never been troubled with a plethora The ADVOCATE take a great eat work In favor of bond, as and in future we have no doubt, PRINTING AT THIS OFFICE. '
of cash and in future the income deal of interest in the matter believing the result In the Titusville and affairs will he conducted on business

of the town will be greatly reduced. that if the Kola tree can be Incts, was done by a few men We understand the officers
iiuis of the county." We had are only expected to fill the n __ __ __
i Two of the saloons have gone out made to do well in thi section, it pos-
lolmes, of Jensen, particularly In temporarily\ or until everything is
of business. Tills means a los ol will prove one of our most proflt- mowing that: he did more effective good running order.

|250 each, or $:))00 in license uioner. I stole products and a staple. We tn behalf of the bonding project The Florida Coast Line Canal and THE "DECANTERI"Losloy '"

Several merchant have moved believe that Kola i II, destined to any other one man In the w hole company own a con- '
of W. also said: "The result at interest in the stock of the com-
and in additionto into
away course, come use as
universally as
La Grange Eden and Kurt Pierce A large acreage has been planted
the license money they formerly cocoa and chocolate.We that a few good active workers White City, and It 1s proposed to con- ; <*## & Renalser
paid, the town will lose a large have procured a package ofthe have done at EAU Sallie and )( I uct a good road to connect the svttle- ,

amount !it receded from taxes on fresh Kola nuts. We will send We do not value lightly the with the railroad, at North Ankona,
each forth by our friends at the two I that the place will now enter upon THE 05LI) LIQUOR DEALERS IK Titusville. = =- -
personal property., For instance, to of the fiut ten subscribers __
clncu named but it is unite era_ of I'Iro.llerity..
.
if Messrs. Ray & Day were assessed of the ADVOCATE who make application opposition exhibited the greatest n -- n Wo always keep on hand the following Standard Brands of KentuCkx&,1Weatenl
Whiskies: Lincoln
for a stock of goods valued and five of the Kola nuts, on .t Cocoa, Eau Uallie and )( Who weep with you when you are ED.EW.\TER, BELLE OF :NELSON County.: Tenn.W. U., SOUR McDR\"ER MASK and A. K!N-rR '
assessed at 11,000 this meant 125: their promise to plant them andgive Of course, In speaking of the 1- and laughs with you when you are BOURBON \VJUSKE\ ,
the work done at Eden and Fort .\, and swears with you when you ai;, Eastern and Western
taxes to town. The stock referred their culture careful attention. Ryes. Also Domestic and Foreign brands of Wla*
referred to the efforts of James ? The editor. Who has to be both
Brandies
Rum. and Gins '
to and others having been It they and seem to do well Bottled Beers Ales and Stout A flrsKhus fine
sprout H. D. Hoke and others, but I and wise and never (hardly ever) Cigars, Billiard and Pool Tables. A well supplied lunch COUDt.er111a, etc L''
moved away we lose a large part we would endeavor to secure quan- to those two gentlemen Some ; when he doe create* surprise order. Oysters season. Commodious saloon for thcpmmodaUon I to

of the taxes we were able to assess titles of the fresh nuts for any of Coaf work was also done by Wm. editor. Who own a heart as well of lodgers. Our friends are apartments Invited to call over at our the saloon on westside

and collect last year. Besides this, our readers who may wish to plant ler at Eau GsJlie, by J. T. Hogg (cheek and live on forty cent a of Washington ave., first door north of Chaff1 Corner drug store, and near J
bourne and by other men In ? The editor. -St. Augustine Her-
opposite the bank Family! and hotel trad. carefuh s/
one firm In the real estate business them on an extensive scale. redacts throughout the county. tention Is solicited. Prompt and
given mall orders.
to LOSLEY t ItEN VKtiJ Tltusrille, Fl*








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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 25: 1895. 6C


suffered somewhat, on account of high SIMICII''I '
Awarded EXTRACT
ritoM
A
-World'* Fair. water, damaging crops SCOTT'S COCOA ICE WORKS

gbpt Honor What about the sidewalk! from Edgar
town to the depot Delivered In Nasstu recently, which ,
light to be' CARBO-DIGESTIYE)'
C of Interest to Floridians :
Mrs. Schleppy came up Monday: from Coooa F1or1.da.
Palm Beach, to join her husband. 1st. The cultivation of sugar cane I' ,

The weather having lieen so rough which can give employment to thousands 'COMPOUNDS NOW XN OPm: TXON.G. .

lately, the fishermen hate been out of a of people and ran supply this O. ] J.II.IN'G 1I1t.

0 Io' job. demand, and If by this Industry market'II'1!

0 Quite a number of strangers In town put a slop to the Importation Positively the one Remedy for Manufacturer -

0 Wednesday, on account of the train not syrup, ollll".s" and rum, what amount I the Treatment of
ICE & DISTILLED WATER
running night./ farther south than here Tuesday of money would remain In the colony NERVOUS EXHAUSTION, ,

for circulation, l h""hl"* tine great l>1e" IIiS Simple and Kravnted forms of
I Kev. W. C. Hamcs held service herelast In the way of continuous employment to !

Sunday morning, In the Uiptlst the cultlvttois of our 811i1|i, and which DYSPfcPM: \''uVLPITATIOV Zff Refrigerators, Ice ('tir,U, Fieexeis nnd Water Cinders.
church. Ow ingtrtheinclemeneyoftheweather
certainly ought to lie encouraged.! The '. OK THE HEART
theie
was nut a very loge attendance Lake Worth Ice Works
pomffl nine may: l IIC j said of neatly all other products ,

Capt. W. Schleppy. with his new nhlch can be supplied and successfully \- liHyour food sour after eating ? Are
MADE schemer Drummer, bound from Jack- cultivated, such as potatoes, corn, you easily confused and rxcltotlf I'o PALM( J1KACII ]"I A.,

MOST PERFECT ontille to tlio.Kej-s, arrived just In timeto tomatoes,onions, also stock farming,etc., you get tip In the morning tiled and tin-
cream of Tartarvowd'T Fret escape the gale. lie was Just crossing refreshed, and with 11.1:1,1: taste In the
I Crap' ;. all\ of which "hoIlMlla'e
' I *mmoni Alum THE or my STANDARD.other truck the him bar when the heaviest wind ncouragement. This would l'rol.'Cth'lan,1 certainly i, month Is there a dull cloudy sensation, at- O:8: .d S. IB 3L, TJ ILxEm cSc C o ,

I 10 YEARS end to increase the energies/ of our agricultural ondcd by dlsngieeablo, feelings In the :.u. 'u!. IN

population and develop our lead and ejoR11Are : 3711310 'VV1.110S an.d
Liquors
White :
City.Dr. you irritable and restless ? ,
Eau Gallie. eiources. Then there III our pineapple Dues your heart thump und cause you
and orange industry, which his drifted to gasp for breath after climbing a (light .ant MX H 31 1 W. lUy HI..
C. P. Pl.itf, of Fort Fierce, was In
D.rtb-1oun,1 train failed\ to put town on TUeRlh, Into almost complete ruin, the cause of of f stairs ? JACKSONVILLE, ". FLA.
"'I ) I).KIS, It distress" you to iiI on the left
I airp irance Tuesday.L r Mr. John P. Olesen spent Sunday last. which maybe attributed to a large extent side ItNesiul Ikmrlmn Vhlnklr* tuna. .l "ato

',nnvllle Burke, of Fort Pierce, IsI. with Mr and Mrs. I. P. Christensen: at to the old fashioned method of shipping Have yon impaired memory, dimness At..M 'iwr from eftllonlllmiilion i1I to fUll! ">r cillim
I on old friend. the of to sell ot vision drpu-HsUin of mind and i
I.;,,t thin week' calling Lily City.The eagerness growers gloomy : make ii Spm-litltjr: of North On
been the sick and the carelessness of handling ithontregard u1't.h..tlllIlC": Mia n.atN'eold, Ik'w I Corn N hlnkr I ) Ihtn;
Gilbert has on shooting of tin key, quail,etc titgin -
I I I ,
Vr These s) nqt"iii" mean that >ou a 1'1' lea '1./1111"/ '" Kalhm .
Itleral days pant, but '18 now about November 1st, when our sportsmen to cl.lIlIincatlol'Ilult""I'I'. Thc suffering 'flan )pjupvpsia and cs volts .IUK'I sal. :atCu,, a Ka''? ;'111'111. .r Gal:: r .
VaVa ,, \participate; in the pleasure. alter Industry especially, belongs to this Exhaustion :Mh," .,
KrG.and ,I. I pal't.2.I.hhl
M. J. Walker of Tttusvllle, Mayor Ily. Gaillard, of St. Augustine, city, and ought to reecho careful atten- There is no a other remedy extant. that fllIII,; :

t1./r rof our popular school teacher, visited White City Tuesday: last, departing lon. You will remcml that not many has done so much for this thins of tion I'srtltM IMiiR In |>r>' Ton" nil will" dowell
is a guest at Hotel Granada. In the evening en route to liiscayne bles aa'Scott's tnonl.'r. I ruin us, .s we' mn ware
v laeCL years back, our oranges had' quite a reputation U..II01( IMT rent on nil onuses,

l>,Holmes, of City Point, was called Bay. and were In good demand: prices Carbo-Digestive SV. AI"' .,. "-1\11"1111" with onlcnivwlll '

I:,.n, ,<> attend Mrs. lien Hilliard, of Mr. I. P. Christensen has one of the tiling as high as $10 per thousand. but nut. (>|fn I new account unlwnsnltaldelnrk.tmlllotefrrcn.wU .'lv.nN

|,arlr, The patient Is Improving. finest cgg-phnt fields in this vicinity I bad and v Compound ,>U.HNlH. Brut (' O |> to try To"ll>
competition, handling Improper -
and Rauleisonht lie proposes to plant\; six acres in early '
lien r* Houston vegetables this fall. 'I grading lessened! the demand, and
m a drove of one hundred hogs (If your case! has: resisted the usual
1 Ll were shipped to West Palm Beach, The storm came, with full force, over consequently for the past few years, met hod of treatment we ate particularly:
",Jay our settlement on Monday night. The' prices ruled as low as $3 per thousand anxious to hive, you give this Compound:
For Per Ton
| UFcilso. representing Benedict St. Lucie River rose six feet above tide, "We now have another oppoitunity to a tiial.We: $27.00 *}
1L,ck 4 Co.. and Mr. Geiger, reprcraKohn In this section. crops get; back the reputation for our oranges w 111 chuerfuilyrvfuadynuratoaCg should
| (( Furcbgott & Co., were Inn which we lost through carelessness. I our remedy fail to pioduce the most

last week, OH.TIHJTS TO ")IICI." You all are aware that Florida, the great gratifying lestilts You get a Complete High Grade FERTILIZER
I'lease remember that thc
lair '!Lena Norwood, who Is teaching rival of the Bahamas, has had quite a appillatlon ,
leTropic School this winter came over I Patent Medicine does not apply to
set back In this Industry, and so long asKing
]:urJiy and Apent Sunday at the Gran- EDEN, FLA., Oct. 22: '0;:. COT'I""s I.\KBO-imihSTIVK: ; "ocInEAIr: : .
ifulling her friend, Mrs. Sweet Frost remains on his throne Florda COM POUND.It \ .
Editor AdiocnteDear : OUAHA TKKn ANALYSIS :........
will remain a to his ,. .
prey nowcr la u liiinllnirdiyslclan .
dpi \Vra.the Kitchell steamer came Delia down ready Mon- Sir-I note with pleasure your Now let us be careful with the handlingand I: ; -who:I "I has"nude;;: ''stomach; 'and Ammoiiit: 11, to ate Ptr (int.
r,to get pro
most excellent editorial under the ..
fltonr to taking her to Lake Worth, tion of "Let us all pull together," and cap-I grading our oranges, so that when nervous troubles specialty for yeais.Voconit Available I'h""l'h.te1..1 4', to rl"' "
jtrtuhe' will run the coming winter most endorse word con Florida marches her hosts Into the field \ InvvNtigatloii nnd enrol'lIlly; l'lItn..hcllIll( ) . U to S "
heartily
every
urge physicians to write us for the
Jj'D' tained therein; but a damper is thrown of competition, although we may not be formula of Scott's C'aibo-Digcstivo Com Made exclusively from Nitrate of Soda, Cotton 1'1'lllII"lll. lll.xHl, Done, Acid

Xr 'rbcke has quite a force of la- over my enthusiasm on the subject when able to bring quantity against her, we xiund, which we will mall on applica 'hosphato and Sulphate of Potash. No coloring lIIal..rll\llIlIul. We also cat ry all
nn at work at Sarno. Mr. Bast is exited I[ read in another column of your paper can bring quality. ion, that they may satisfy themselves of giicultiirtl: chemicals for homit Ihlxlll Wilte for juices nod <'Ircul.irJjT" .
: down next week. Mr. Taylor the letter from Jensen, over the nom-de- its harmless character and excellent Also large sto'k of 11. J. !Hiker A Itro's. Complete Manuies
ibout completed the interior deco- plume of "Mice." Of course, It has no "I could go on and speak on our other lit lies.

,tins:. and has accomplished a very I effect on me personally, but I greatly ndustties-the sponge fishery and the bCOrrS; CAK1.0-DUJKSTIVK WILSON & TOOMER ,
tttj piece of work. I fear that parties who would Invest here turtle fishery, two very Important COMPOUNDs
will\ be influenced by such "rot" and The Fertilizer House of Florida
The infant town of Cocoa Is ahead of : pass through our county into Dade, branches of our Industries and Items ol the most ittmaikablo remedy that
older town of Eau Gallic, In that it where every one Is forth export. Suffice it to say that I have science putting eveiyeffort
la outer\: : :
enacted an ordinance compelling the to secure the location of settlers.In written an article on the several Industries medicines have faileil.
easing of dogs, and adopted a quick the above-mentioned editorial you Sold by druggists everywhere, tl.00
of this which will\
,1 lure method of disposing of worth- say "tbo press of the county has a dutyto colony, appear per bottle.. Sent to any address I 111
icon Our town Is being over-run perform in the matter, and we believe In this evening's issue of the Guardian, America on receipt of price. MUCK LANDS
4 dogs. It can be depended upon to do its part." so let him that readeth take heed." Don't forget that we cheerfully refund *

Lo W C White preached last Sun- In my opinion, Mr Editor, the first your money If results are not satlsfac: ,
Older direct If druggist doe\
Is to peremptorily choke tory. your
iT.mornlng and evening, Ms subject step necessary lOWiit HKKVAItl LAND.
not have It.Addrells .
off such chronic howlers. What
-leg the 'Life of Chrlst"-belng two calamity
Is the use for some men to spend their all orders to
:u ealesof six sermons on this sub-
-a Mr. White is a very earnest and time, energy and money trying to recuperate WOODLEY, FI.A., Oct. 21, 'II. CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO. In two and si half aero t tracts,
uottaking preacher, and it U to be the county and advance its Interests Editor Adeoratr- .
ant> that our people will\ encourage if they are to be hampered with
'lull m their power in his efforts touish barnacles and parasites, that hang) like In last week's ADVOCATE I noticed Topeka Kas. Fronting on Canal.
: a successful church In our millstones\ around their necks? If you article commendatory of lands embracedIn Or For Sale by a>> o 0 0 D

""D He only asks your attendance at are going to advocate advancement, townships 34, 33 and 32, for the production Fred S. Chaffee & Co., Tltusvlll to
Apply
Iete tervices and attention. progress, etc., etc., and then lend your
your columns to persons whose time is spentin of oranges, lemons, pineapplesand
"ward of aldermen met Monday visionary ideas of calamity and publish vegetables. You did not make a The 1\I1\3'or Arrmtcil. ALBERT W. ROBERT
tiraoon, and appointed a committee totHiirc same as an antidote to your commendable -
mistake when you asserted that townships I West Palm Beach Fla.
into and determine the probable editorial, I do not see wherewe '
an'. 31, 33 and 32 contained the larges This week Mr. Kroscher of From heA -
Messrs.
ol shelling\ our streets. gain much. I think you can see the --- -- -
mutter, Verbeke and Carey comprise justness of my complaint. I note also body of rich land on the liver. To that Norwood, the butchers, swore out a

Ir!. ommittce., Mr. Verbeke will bedu your editorial in regard to the body of body of land I wish to add the south warrant against/ J. S. Karman mayor, STEVENS BROS. & CO. cX
: receive either In
subscriptions, land lying between Fort Pierce and
half of township 31, the lands of which charging him with obtaining money and
none) or In work, from any and all of Sebastian. I am fairly well acquainted ,
ucitizcns: wel- are Identical with the townships mentioned under false I'I'elllll'Inary .
or others, having the with Florida lands-having lived In the good pietcnces.
w tif the town at heart. Don't be state thirteen years. I have had occasion above. I settled In township 32 trial was set for Thursday, a bond )

IIIhard: In coming forward and doing to examine a part of these lands, In December. 1380, midway between the of #20: being given. On account: of absence --'--- -' STEVENS POTTERY GA
'rJ' hare, let I It be ever so Ii ttlo. and found it to be one of the finest
river and the East Coast Railway, and of lawyer continuant-

bodies on the I East have Coast.lands for sale commenced the work of dealing hammock until next Saturday\ was granted.The :\IA lfPA(1'l'UHEHS OF -
Personally no ,
St. Lucie River. lands The land selected trouble grew out of the sale uf

nor further am Iinterestelln than my desire the to see sale the of any settling -, was black for a and grove.slate-colored sandy, the butcher to Froscher business A Norwood of Karman, the A India Wy Well Curbing and Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, air r .

." notice -Mr- -Rae is, -building.. ., a very; I shall nn'have and--something prosperity\ more of the' to county.say regarding loam, with a depth of soil of 12 Inches man River Dairy Co.. from whom Earman de Shapes. and Flower Pots: Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile Prepared Fire Clay and

;tll ooklng house on his property at the above-mentioned land at The sub-soil Is of a dark brown, snufl \Vyman"I bought; coming In and claiming Sand Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops Tops and Border Tile.:.
:-us,ID Lucie Ua colored sand with nodule the goods.-West I'uliu Beach jaruttee ,
I another time, as It can be sold on Interspersed
J Then was no Sunday school, Christ merits. I merely write this as a protest of phosphate and carbonate of lime rock, rrr Save your money by buying close at Home, and from clever men

a Endeavor or preaching on Sunday against publishing such defamatory letters which In places were soft and easily Quick TrulrlN to the Atlanta Kx
SI i ing to bad weather. as appeared in your'Iii>t Issue over -
Tin REASONSYou -
the nom-de-plume of I1ce." crushed by the hand; in other places as iwoitleast. -

puckers are very busy now getting, Hastily, W. It. HAIIDEE. hard as flint. In size, these nodule Should Yost Machine :AIT land ready for planting.! They alwgreat ranged from a large marble to an ordinary Train Xo W, F. C. &: I' Ily., leaving Buy a Writing :
hopes of making money this Jacksonville at 6:20: p. m., reaches Atlanta -
note> Statement of Taxes Collected tSept. < I water bucket. Nowhere in the at 5-n: a. m. Pullman sleeping It has no Ribbon or Shift Key.It .

*, I HI). grove were these phosphate rocks In a cars are attached to this train.
JJOtli .
IUto i been having quite a lot of rain has Perfect andPermaneet
.: sod high that I compact body, sufficient to interfere with Train No. !M leaves Jacksonville at
water, so high some
7: 0 arriving at Atlanta at sOI ::; Alignment.
a. m.
-' houses along! the river front In Required to be published under Section the roots of an orange or lemon tree. I o'clock

1 "inland! are standing In water. 33, Chapter 4115: Laws of Florida. I On such land as I have described, I The passenger p. m. rates over the F. C. &: p Durability, Strength ?

*, mileretand there are several wash CB. BY AMOUNT COLLECTED!: SINCE: LAS planted In December, 137, one hundred Railway from Jacksonville to Atlanta Ease; of Operation,
I ;/ u the railroad close around Stuart STATEMENT!: : orange trees. From the date of planting, Exposition are as follows: ]Kound-trl r Convenience and beauty

al' has kept the gravel train workinguse General fund, . 47: 12 up to the February freeze of 1514; I tickets, on sale from Sept. IMh to Doc
:. the past few days repairing 15th: goo ti l for return until Jan. 7tlIH'.MI of Woik, that I It foundIn
449! tit
J aces School fund never had occasion to water or fertllbean t5.7V! Tickets from bept Itth
Poll tax 101 "0 orange tree. I never had a tree that to Dec., 16th Inclusive, good to return 20day. no other Typewriter.
Road fund , M> {rJ
: Tickets
11.55
of sale (
from date
that
originated In the grove was eve
.
23 4IIALANCK
Roseland. Building fund : and of each
sale Thursdays
Tuesdays
touched with die back or any disease on ZipSend' for Catalogue to
I : 8EMAI.MNO: PCB AND UN- week, commencing bept. l'
k COLLKCTgU: : whatever, and never made a direct appl lag Dec. 21th! 18U.'i: good to return within FIELDER & MOWER
owler has returned from Vero I General fund *;W: 73 cation of commercial fertilizers I did, 10 days from date of sale, '8.010.

ateris higher In the Sebastian School fund , 2"'tlU 21 however, use rotted grass, weeds and <..u.r.l HoMltwrn Assists'
'Lai't .u any time since the gale. Poll tax . 20 JO leaves around the trees as a mulch and "VV'nn.tod-,4, Mlln YOST WRITING MACHINE. l).nl r. In office and Typewriter| Supplle

4 >k "MI the Ercildoune Inn Is being Road fund BfJ 21 fertilizer. In 1801 these hundred for all Machines. < arum par' | Itibbons, Utler Kites Typewriter I'al rr. impression -
"J 1 u> Last Building fund UlDy 71 orange In every section at once to sell staple IJook. Write u. M, ,prices ?,, "hat ,011 nteK
thirteen
11 t ask, as men working trees !bad developed I Into fine large tree goods dealers; no peddling; experience FIELDEIt .4 IOWER.
it J. M. A.Clerk A. STEWART Circuit,Court. from twelve to fifteen feet In height, unnecessary; best side line. .75.(X) a No 'I Wall Street, Klmball\ llmie. A.Unta, GaTITUHVILLI
postmaster returned bareheaded month Salary and expenses or large
with a spread of ten feet, and almost :
walk on the bridge during the commission made. Address, with 2 cent
," norther Canaveral an
tors from Middle Florida pronounce* and Manufacturing Company, ,.Unilinatl ,
M
1xi stokes arrived from Lake I'OICT.The 1m-I
', mouth of the them the finest trees for their Ohio
'chute low Two boatmen met at the orange age
with lie
fever.
a re-
Hew x
following Is a comparative\ a Smyrna Livery
> "iMiierabla sickness In that vtcin creek in Indian River opposite Titus.vine that they ever saw. This was also the -- --'-- must of temperature and rainfall

: verdict of my neighbors and of all who week Wednesday, Oct. 23, '00: I I
*' First boatman:-What's the name of JAS. y BOFILL & CO ending
\ nearGibson killed a brother that that city f saw them. -ltID-- -! *&.-
a*. -n kt His Second boatman Titusvllle. I mention this fact as it Is a practical Fruit and Produce DATE MAX. MM. MAX. MIN. -tii.Stable 4O. *-

skinned the reptile, and the skin First boatman:Tlght'svlllef? That' Illustration of what these hammock 17 71 'kI 7U ''UIU ,

,''nna" one of the ornaments of the the place I want. I'm from Canaveral. lands will do In the way of producing $:4 lit!I' Ml (IBiu
'g I nation and I'm going to Tlgbt'sville to see If 11' Commission Merchants M 07 Nat 71 I". nOliN, Proprietor.Hacks .
fine orange trees, aa well as fine fruit. ,
of time. (Cao-ay-er-ell of a
Canaveral a I' 20 :11 W TV fit
When the freeze of February came I had f I03W. --'
Fort Pierce. time. SeeP) O. lass 21 Tl 117 17 72J y
the above Is a strictly moral Joke and I 400 five-year-old! budded trees. With KErEKKNOJIHaiMlMn; LaDle,M. U uK ; 7M W 'M m
apparent to those to whom It ought I the exception of about twenty tree, Mo.> Hmlth Hiuik,i Curdc( I'Mitolu* toI N'hluvo. O. ttM III.>|Mntlv, tlttwni .- 31 77 71 73 00 Meet All Trains.

kr* is our Ice factory t only >- : these buds were all i killed down to the Ia.oklnc A..'>.. ....b..W. I............., \w r..11 Total rainfall for the week 2.A3 Inches
Yr A sour stock My 10D( eight-year-old trees (1tr. j"f. swath (., ... IxxiJ.*. Mu.; K.: L.l and baggage traotjemd to
l, normal rainfall for the Passengers
Di mar paid THusvUl a i ',U-U. rt.0alnx.ns., K.M.OluMr. MaaatM.VU. Departures from
Asa, Thursday. [Job work cheaply) neatly and expedUonsly stood the freeze well, the branches being *..,Yeuttasd: Jtw/uc. Trade jmcnllj) week : plus 1 ttt Inches. Departurefrom all part* of the city, and Otreaada
executed at the ADVOCATE office' killed back from about one to two fee tIlrdaI ..re...,.... normal rainfall since January 1st. Beach. Call on me before perfecting;
Platk made a flytn$ trip w UelQnda Today, would hardly! .,,.... Inches. arrangements.
e )'. fltusville. Circulars, band bills, note know there hseri-a frees I shall Mew Ns. IW-S31 1'.ydrsa 1'1010.11'

Tel';! the hftads, letter beads, envelopes, statements i have oranges to eat this winter.WOODLKT.. New Orleans. .. L nKr J. E. LAXOCKTTK, NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA
storm Is No Observer.
ett over. greah ..
A4vlOIade. c-alpaeaU.
& LJUnJ
gedone etc. etc.]
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: 6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 35. 1895.

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LUCY WAS DEMURE. The Coveted Effret. in has been levied npon said property of elated In ban tlltlP.twin which levied said npon writ paId of attachmmlthere-pmierty of saul ALEX REAR. ERX .', ''''

Suffered Eighteen Years. said defendant In the above-auted cause stated cause. appears
defendant In the above NEAR
The LAdy Cycler-Oeorge how do I : &
Bat th. Sedate Toang MI...... Fe.... as appears by said levy endorsed on salt by saId levy endorsed on said writ by the.. TAYLOR

nigh Kicking Girl.. Pain Departed and Sleep Cam look in my new bloomers writ and by the record of the notice of I'PCnrd of tie notice levied nf said upon l levy, andlejcrli.tl.of (8ucceiort to John McAllli.tt
George (promptly Hideons. of said I aIl prmwrty : fluntth.
A sedate minister recently took uld levy and description property f lerk. of th. CircuIt Court of itresrd
young Mrs. Julia A Brown of ao"ln< in the
house in
.
up qnarters a boarding wbo.e husband has Charge of the electrlo dear" bow good of you to ssy .o-4.flii.I the Circuit Court of Brevaid count F. Dwyer. and all persons In said nll" aliov? '
required
Tenderloin district lie was delighted to light plant at that place ha been book An.l'ou. the saidMlchati I are hereby to appear 1...
a great cago: Record. Florida In lien : Mated on the tint Monday In Jannary, A. GALLIE. FLA
find himself the only gentleman at a table sufferer tier ailment and speedy care F. Dwyer, and all person Into ; lth day of Mid month elM

where six young women lent charm are best described by herself .. follow.i In a recent address at Manchester estetl are hereby required to appear I In jnilKmentliy, default. will be taken agaln.t, you am
every
yen to murky coffee and hushed and rehashed "For It year I suffered from nervounen England Irving said suit abeve stated on the first Monday the said MIchael'Interet't' F. Irwrer falling nte apar In aal,I
stigmatized Macbeth all HODGES &
hash. lie took thorn to church and Indignation by family I tried and every friends remedy, but recommended I- a* "oue of the most bloody minded, hypocritical in January A. D. 18W1, being the Court persona In Mid ran.>, and such uLh proceeding made and prow'tn hatherein .- GODFREI

with him on the first Sunday morning, could ttD1I0t relief at all. Two year arowhile villains in all the dth day of said\ month, else judgment .. by law In In ca et

and in the evening they sang jfocpel by three local. pby.lclans poet's long by default will be taken against you, the V the Honorable John H Broom Manufacturers of
Dra. Barret, Male, and Sberod, they gallery of portraits of men Instinct with and each dV.JSata clerk and the pea1
said Michael F. Dwyer, evel'1and A. A "tewart.
for him. He J
hymns retired that
early
the virtues and rices of their kind. all Interested falling to appear of aali) Court at the conct-h'cee'I In TituevIhIeStrevsr'l I .
night, and the sound of their voices persons such Cunty. Florida, this, the lh dayoHeptemlier Yellow Pine Lumb
and
said
In said Court I.) cause, :
iStiS.
lolled him to sleep, but U did not seem law Is In A. D.
proceedings had therein as by A A. STEWART,
to him that the .ongwu exact lygocpeL and I Inre..rd ROUGH
such cases made provided. Clerk Circuit Court t DRKMED

However, he had forgotten the occur. lUallter' Sale. Witness the Hon. John D. Droome County, Fla. I Orange Hoi Head.,

rence by breakfast time. Judge, as also A. A. Stewart, clerk, and [I1"8!
MlnorSJone.
The next marks the door the courthousein Fralt Vegetable. CnJ
day some on and by virtue of decree of fore- tbe seal of said Court at John E. Hanrldire

of the back parlor attracted his atten UNDER and sale iMuIng : of the Circuit 1 Tltusville, Brevard County, Florida for Plaintiff Lumber delivered at part .it (mil*,
court for Brevard county, In a caune therein A. D. Attorneyi on throngh bill of lading7 Anvnm .
tion. There were just u of them this the Uth day of September, ltyC.E.StesartI.C.' at
many de| ndlng, In Chancery, wherein HiramJacob. iepaodeclhi Ing building on the East Coant. w i
although he did not notice that-as I* complainant and Lucy Wright, a* aimlnl.tratrlx 1801.: write forjirleee. The Sawmill l m. -tH! 4
there were young women, varying in altitude of Peter Wright t Jr., deianed, eal :. A. A. STEWART, J., T. &: K. W. R)'., t mile south if Paliiij
.
are defendant. I will wll,at public auction Notice.In .
from 4X to BJi feet. Over each In front of the court hoi.. door In Tltu.vllle on Minor S. Jones Clk. Circuit Ct., Satsuma I IlRlitn, Putnam ('o., i

mark Was a capital>tter, but it did not the lOst Monday. In Novemlwr, isiS during, the John E. Hmtrldge, Brevard Co., Fla
legal hour of sale to the highest and bent 1,1,1-
occur to him that these capitals wore the der for caxh, the r proiierty Attys. for Plaintiffs. [L.S.J] the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial

initials of the young women. Underneath tn-wlt t The eolith!h H"t lot twenty ((2i<), a* sep2O'dec:..'O By C. R. Stewart D. C. Circuit, Bievard County, Florida: !
hown on plat of Indian River City, filed! by R. and John J. M. SANDERS
the lowest line and around all of A. Harden In the clerk office, of Brevard conn W. T. lirtitman
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the lines ty, lorlila.' being a part of ectlon thirty'three (J. Chri.topher, copartner ,
except the two upper ones- : : :: Notice.In under. the name and
*
(h.i).In towmht, twenty.fonr (24), .outh of rangthirtyels BndClirletnplier Notice nf Inntltii Dealer
In
which represented progress w" as a ((311)ea.t| also the northwe qnartenf .tvle of NMtflunian }. tlon of Suit b) -

smudge as if former linen hud born rub MRS the outhwe.t quarter of section twenty-aIx) Plaintiffs.Defendant. AttachmentMICHAEL .
JULIA A. BROW; 2H In south Court Seventh Judicial
) town.hip twenty-eight (3"), orange the Circuit
bed out in order to make later and higher Informed me that 1 had become dropefeal. thlrty-mven (37) east; containing forty District Brevard County, Florida: AS. DRY GOODS JOTI01
ones. and that there was LIttle hope for me. I t '4o) acres, and being both In Brevard county. Michael F. 14).r. ,

_L h '_ .L H' then decided to try Florida Henry W. Caldwell 1 _n" '__ .L_ .._.__..__. ._ ..._
me seoaie ineoiogne Became very Dr. Miles' Restorative I>. L. GAILIEN and Charles C. 1i F. UWim, me neiemuiii* in ui: I AND
Ncrylnc inslntewted
rations about these marks. He asked I tatett cause and all i rs<
Robbln. *' Oraham Kjierlal' ManteriJ.il. Scott copartnersttnder i will hereby take notice that thy fin,
many queHtions but the young women) I well was on thrn toward unable daylight to: Ret, and to sleep during until all .. for Compl' IK t4-nov the name, I Notice of Insti of Wighttiiia'i and Christopher, the plaintiff: I in Choice Groceries!
only teawxl him by of excit. this tutlon of Suit by thealHive.tated' cause have commenced a visit :
way answer, time I bad a deep heavy pain In my firm and style of of the State of t'Iorhla. 8ev
iiig hieeuriueityaiid f.iwinating him all after left side / wo mott tntorrabGi, tnderd but Caldwell & Scott t Attachment enth la the JII.lil'fa'('Irelllt.l'o"r'' Circuit, in and for Brevard Coon-
taking one-half bottle of the ticrving
the more. It had Rccnud to him that I roaM III""p all night )unt as well all ever MastorN! Sale riaintitTs.: ty, by writ of attachment and chattel against of the thy.,, land Mi<'h-. Hay, Corn, Mapes' Fertiliz!
1I"Hla
did. The AcnniM !. the tenenienw
young women of the city ball more only remedy that VS. defendant named In the stove
.
.
sri F Dwter. an
gave: me any relief whatever I
charming ways than thnm of the coun. well and nt.a.a'l1.; thank God everyday am now \ : and by virtue of a final decree of Michael F. Dwyer, J itated cue which Mid writ of attachment, of therein saltS- FINE PATENT FLOUR.

try. Oiio of the six in particular by omy Jtf /; ; } Zervene." UMiHl.... and *al.., (.nlng out of the Defciuhnt. ha. l linen levied the alone upon stated said cause property| a* appears
MRS. JULIA A BROWN.Dr. (Ircuit court if Brevard county. rlorlili. F. DWYER the d'fend' 1 defendant In .aid writ andViytlirecord
nellie Lucy had his admiration endormwl on Oooo/x
]
won
of l ipei, in l.yMl.1 levy 7'lQrjcj
onthe Hth day pt-mlier A > a MICHAEL ,,
I Miles' Nervine Is sold I :: the above entitled ctnse of tiie notice of Mid rli.tlo.f :
Hue was the demurest of all a1rlllho it leOltl positive aune therein depending, when'in Aaron A. IHlirauw > l.Ii'lhL7J: ; Her
a that the flr t Iwneflt. Interested will herebytake '. property le led npon, ---- -
I. complainant and (4>ra R (hutToe, a.ailiulnl.tratrlt and all 1
persons
I was whom he took to church alone and AlldruKKliUaellltatll.a bottles for 16. or anti ,ii. the ( ircuit Court of hrevaril County, lorlila' ,
.r the estate nf C1' i.; ( bf CaMwell :
that the firm ; ; .
notice : Michael 5'
for whom he bought ice and It will Imaent prepaid, on receipt of price (',,ra R (.bailee Inillvliluallv. r red H. < In thioltel hook; and you, the said
cream can by the Ur. Miles Mwdlcal Co., Blkhart, Ind. and rank R ( lutfTee., heir of C. .:. (' .hltlT..1 Scott, the plaintiffs In the above ,statei reoiiTred and all pereon Interented, are.toted hereby W, H, GLEASON & CO
fly wrapped up in boxes bearing gld lit Dr. Miles' Nervine reawil, Rolwrt Morrow an I wife (' ,., cause have commenced a suit In the CIr, to appear In .aid suit .above. : oi ,,
A I) 1HW., lining
I .IH. Vet she RS3: atatiitaiik, J. J. \\ &cv the )flr.t itoiilay In January
even was proof UK-iiust hit tb Ii. HreianUount) : ;V aaoner : cult Court of the Mate of Florida the .11t.h day itt .aid month, elM JndiJiiient blefault ) ATTORNEYS IN LANDC: |
ii I/iper Hailey. John I f.riwn Halter S >
miwt cubtle queries about the licuit in and for Bievm the said Mlcl
ineauing ,. enth Judicial will be taken again* you
--- ------ (iralia" lUrry button and Helen WI.llAm are
---- -- -- : all
of those marks. ilelenilant., I Will mil at pulilli iul". In front of County, by wilt of attachment against:; ail t l 5wer, and eacli.e\ery and |pernotisiitnctwt.ii In .aii

What might have been the future relations The I'.ev Mas Kazoo Tai, a J.i1'tine.e] the) court home il)..or. at TitiiMllle) .'Ia. in the the hinds ttm'incntu, goods and chattels and UlllnR.ui'h proceeilme to shiesT. In had.al.ll'ollrt therein a* bylaw TITLES TO SPAXISH (.i\, \ "T'
Novetuliir, A l> I"*. theiirth cause
nrt In deliig
betweenhiniHtlf and Lucy if he pincoiial: clcrRjm.m noted for his .echo! Monday:'lay of .aid :month: during the l-gai! of the slid! Michael F Dwyer, as defendant I In In .uch case ", ..1.. and provided D. BriHiinenilKea. AMIXED AND PEnn r "
hour of vale, to the hlKhext and beet blilikr for named In the above stated cane, \\itne. the Honorable Julia veal I Iflf
had not returned will visit this to and the
unexpectedly ono evening amhlp, noon country also A. A. Stewart clerk,
rash tlie folio*Inir dmurilied (ami., situate In which said writ of attachment therein cOlln-I..e In
from prayer meeting no one can tell study American clvllzatlon. llre\ard county, rlorlila. ".-..It : All of the said of .ah\\ Conn at the Tlta.vlllel ABSTRACTS FURNISHED
haM been levied upon : property frevard tounty, lorida, thIs, the : AMi;
eaAt-hAlr nt 'he "Ih..t 1"ltrl..r ot eeeti'n 12.
The door of the back I
:
parlor' was portly above stated cause A. 11. l'tiO.
Marshall Fclld of Chicago It U said In township :Jt>, "* 0111 and be heard a whisk of skirts and W) acres,except the rlcht-of| way of the Jack as appears by said levy endorsed on sale A. A. STtWART

raw Dear the topmrwt mark (In the door made more money out of merchandise Mimille, it a.t. AiiKii.tlne&now located. through Indian River sail lan.I."oI Hallway writ and by the record of the notice of Clerk Circuit Court Defective Homestead and PIP,EmJ

the toe of little boot-Lucy's boot. last year than any other man in the company hen'h tofore by aald railway coinpanv, said levy and description' of said property llrevanl COllllty.'la. Entries Corrected and Perfected I

His baggage was parked before he wUI'I.I. his net profits amounting to $7- or MI miu h 1'r'\I:;:::: :: :\ )' lie .,, : 1 to sat 5. evict upon, recorded by the clerk of the Minor 8 June. [L.S.I) Claims adjusted before the Drl J

Went to b.!d.-New York PTCBS. 000,0110.( ( fy laid OiTiee .1I.11'0Ata. Circuit Court of Brevard County Florda John ):. Hartrlilce, ment at Washington.
J. TOME RblXOLKS, and the slid Plaintiff.epJMleciii ..
In the lien book; you Attor.iey for Correspondence solicited.

THE HONEST FINNS. ict4-nov4 Special MiiiterNotke. Michael F..Dwyer, and.all.persons_Interested : : By C. R Stewart I). C:

:Mrs P. U WIlliams! L. B. HR, lalnen- are hereby rciiuireu w itpiivtnc u EAU GALLIE, FLA

Lit. and Property Are Doth Thoroughly clue, Fit., writes : "It Is with plenum said suit above stated on the first Mon Notice.

Mecnre Among Tb... I'eople. that I testify to the merits of Hood's day in Januaiy A. D 18'Mi, being the

Life and property are thoroughly secure Sarsapaillla. Fur the grip Indigestion sixth day of said month, clue judgment Pineapple, Orange and Lrnj

in Finland. Trunks and and a cood appetite t find that: It has no In Circuit Court Bievard County >y default will be taken against yon the In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial
parC\llllare equal."' aid Michael F. Dwycr and each, every Circuit, Brevard County, Florida: i Land Fur Sale, Cheap.I .
left for hours in the street, to be found 'lor"la Coast IJlle C..I 11Tranlftatiin '
and all Interested falling to ap- The American Grocery I
when wanted by their rightful owner COllllo&ay."S. } In Chaucer1VFFIDAVIT said persons Court in said cause and such C ittht" Corlnratuttu. have for sale 80 acres ot pint
In the country district the houses! are Hood's))" cure all liver Ills. Lomla Ihaiii'ii JohAnne lIall..b tear proceedings In : had therein as by law In In ",i.ier!'! the} "l".. or the }!\otice tlon of of In.tltn Suit b11' land on St. Lucie river, a few nnlis I

and Martin "rUtin, lIenr. State of New\ Jersey low Eden 40 of which, .
being nortll!
never barred and bolted even in tho ab- ueh canes made and piovidod Plaintiff Attachment.llchael .
having linen made by the Agent John D \'iI. I quarter of northeast quarter .it 1\1 j
flcuce of their owners. Then again, it Sir Arthur EUbank Havclock at pies- .1 n of the complainant In 1 the Witness the Honorable
is no uncommon thing fur a blooming aliove' milt that the femlant,,'. LouU) llaiithnd n".m". liiiliro. as also A. A. Stewart : >. iwyt. ..__..__.. I 18, township, south of rang II .
of will succeed Lord -- "'" UU""' J
eat governor Ctlun Johanne Ham are over the age of i\ yearn. tl-; seal of said Court at the the other 40 Is the northeast ']iu
girl of 17 or a young married womanto hat they renl.le t bout the mate of t lorlilato clerk, and tCIIAEt. F. DW\fcR, the defendant In the' of
drive alone in her cart a distance of Weriluck as governor of Madras. The -*lt:: In jiwnlmteii|, : ; lie,,',i ark, ami that ourt-house In Tltusville, Brevard Couny .1. above. .tateil cau,e, and all 1 perwinn interenteil southeast quarter of sictiouj
litter's tenure of office expires In Do- here U no ]>er..nn In the State of lorlila service Florida this, the 12th day of Septem- will hereby take notke that the township 38, south of range! 41 CO or 60 111 ilis through dense forests Co .corporation, the plaintiffn
fir miliMBiia whom could blml said ".. American Grocery The
upon above land
D. 18-11: can be boujtln 101 |
and I, the shores! If Jth'Ul1Iakl'll. cemlier emlantMNow her A. the above .tatail catoe, has commented a null /
y con- : therefore' Louis ltaehand.loiianie A A. STE WART, In the Circuit' Court of the State of lorlila, Bev per acre. It Is suitable foi |I'IDt'|'|
:
eying the family's butter choose and t:. A. Miultr, a young millionaIre of I laurh.ara acili: Sternly required to al.iear| to Minor S. Jones Clk. Circuit CL, nth Juilii lal < Ircuit, In and for htrevaritty Conn, orange lemon or lime growing,:
tiled In theflint by writ of attainment alalnHt the lanil.Bnenient. .
t.hl.,108
to market in the 1,11fir
town and then to complaint' iipnu
eggs re- Orange, N. J., smukes cigarettes which Momlay' In Noveiulier A U 1"!lII. tn answer John E. Hartrldge Brevard Co., Ha.Att ", ., gisvi and chattel of the Mid .Mich Will be sold In lots of 40 icres

torn home alone with the proceeds. In cost him i f 71: a thousand They are shin said 1011I1" due coiirw otherwhie the. aitme will >.. for ritintlff' [L.S.Jep20tlec20 aol t Dwjer, a* defendant, named in the aliovetated cash. This land will soon be n HIM |
.
trade the I'm arc Lot only mrnpuloun- loll tak.'npro cniifenso, and saId canoe proceed C. R. Stewart. D. C. cue, which nail rl' of attat hment thereIa acre.
and fat and enilmsncd with his mono ex parte : : By has linen levleil nion saul prorty, of. aaidefemlant per
ly honest they are heroically quixotically It In directed that this I notice lie IiIiiiiot I IIh. In the above .tated cause, a* apiieanywld Apply to C. II. Walton Am I
HO. gram. ,,meeuh week ftrigit conneeutlve week* In ; levy endorsed on .aid writ anl'lty the office; or to RobbIns & Graham fjville
lxi">,ur KIVFH ADVOCATE 1"hIlHhea In Xotlce.a record of the notice of .aid levy and .dexcrlptlonf .
A tradesman will tell whole
you the Tltullle rloriila aatd property levied recorded by the
truth about his ware, even when he Worth}' Your ConlidcMicc. I tone, ..HI..r.lp"d.& the clerk'. .offl'e' Titua'yllit' (::hrkof the ( ircuit "I..nl llretard County
thin Mth day of AnguHt A l> letS. Seventh Judicial lorliU, In the lien book; and you, the Mid
knows purfoctly veil that by HO doing the Circuit Court )In.haul K. Dwyer and all iwreon litterecteit Xotlce.n .
he loses a customt whorn the partial The success of Hood's !S.irsaparllH In A. A. STEWART District, Brevard county, Florid. ; are hereby required: to appear in .aid suit shove

truth would have ('Utl'l1. "This seems conquering scrofultln\; whatever way it I f ClrCl'.a':: Court 1..I..n.j I .\I Clerk of Cort.I Alabama Coal tated 5100, lining on the the tint ixth Monday In Mid January month, A, else D '

exactly the kind of apparatun I am looking may_ manifest itself I. vouched. for liy a corporation, coml.anY'l} I Notice of: In: Jiitlgwnliy| : default I ':hYI.t'!' L against you. _the ( intuit Court, !feoentli .Ind'I 'I

for," I said to a merchant in Heln- thousands w no were severely Minted by laws of the Mate ol Alastuui: i 0 n 01 tue said MIchael 5. l'wyer, a iu eon: every In saul an:, Brevara County rlurultlobert
Interested failing to
this prevalent disease who now rejoice Xotloe.n Plaintiff. >sult by at. all 5erns appear W. Simms 1
ama,
C iugfors some months ago in reference to Court In Mid caune and auih proceedinK.' hail
article that over permanent cure by Hood's S.irstparllla. VS. I tachment. herein a. by law !. In such cane made and Plaintiff. I Notice- ii I i itn
"and
ail costs (75, will buy
Scnfuh\luay alll"'arRlla humor, Michael F. Dwyer ,mvldeilMtneM. vs. >. tlon ," '(Ut:
it at once if, knowing what I want it or it attack the glands of the neckor County Court, Wrcvard County Defendant. \ the Honorable John D. Broome, Michael F. Dwyer I AttachmentCircuit
may Florida Jtiife. a. alMi A. A. Stewart, clerk, and the *ealf J
for you. can honestly recommend me to break out In dreadful running sores : F. DWYEK, the defend Hid ('ourt at the eonrt-h'tuse In Titu.vlhlolhr.vsr,5 Defendant.

take it. "No, sir ; I do not mxnnuicud on the body or limbs. Attacking/ the Clemens LeanIng ) I MICHAEL" above entitled cause, and County: lorida, this, the l-'lli day' ofSeptemlH F. DWYER (lit dif
to take it have I in It Into VS.Enianual. ( 'r, A. b. IKM MICHAEL
you nor anything mucous membrane may develop all iwrsons Interested will hereby take the above entitled ,'aand

stock just now that would suit you catarrh or lodging In the lungs load to Jose. ) notice that the Alabama Coal Company A. A. STEWART Clerk ClrealtCo"r', all persons Interested, nil\) bu

And I left the shop and purUiutifd what consumption. Come as it may, a faithful AFFIIIA YIT having been nude: by corporation, the plain tit! In the above Brevard County, Fla. take notice that Robert W Simrm

, I wanted t'lriewhl're. course of treatment with Hood'sS.tisapaillla and attorney of Clunicna :t.atcd cause, has commenced a suit inthe plaIntiff in the above stated ,'ause

"Here's your are" I said to a pmxaut : w III oveicome it, for workIng Leaning In the above suit th.it the do- : Circuit court of the State of Florida, : Minor L 8. lIart.rlclare.At"'raey.June. (L..JJibn J commenced a suit In the Circuit ',

in the interior who had driven me for upon the foundation of all diseases Impure eud.mt, Km: inn el Jose Is over the age 7th Judicial circuit, In and for Bievard for Plaintiff, of the State of }'IorldSeventh Iud

blood the system Is clarified and! of 21 years, that ho lenities without the county, by writ of attachment againstthe Circuit, in and for Bievard County
three hours through the woods on his By C. It. Stewart, U C.
pJO-declo
vitalized, and vigor strength Bud health State of "Florida but within the United lands tenements goods and chat- writ of attachment against tht 18'

drmky handing him "(l. "No sir; nutoieil to the body.Fied States of Amvilca but that his place of tell of the said :Michael: F. Dwyer as de- cncments, goods and chattel a

. that's double my fare, he replied returning residence is puknown and that tlieio isho stated defend
cmlant, named the above case, Notice. said Michael F. Dwyer. as
one.half the money And whenI person in the State of Florida service) which said writ of attachment therein named In the above stated case .J

told him he might keep it for his honesty Hovey, the now tennis championIs of subpuma upon hom could. bind de- ball been levied upon said property of aid writ of attachment therein bat I

he slightly nodded his thanks with an all round athlete and a very credit inilant said defendant in the above stated causes In the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial levied upon said property of said' Jtf

the dignity of one of nature's gontlo- able ba l'hal1l.1ayer.; having been a member Now, therefore, jou, Emanuel Jose), appears by said levy endorsed on said Circuit Brevard County, Florida: ant in the above stated cause IU tplby "

uien.-Scottish: American. of both the Harvard. and Drownuniversity are hereby rotiuinxl to appear to the writ and by the record of the notice of Charleooney Noonev, ....- ..and rtner.Frank under said levy endorsed on said .. n'by

nines. declaration tiled In this cause upon the said levy and description of said property the name| ttriu and Notice\ of Institution the record of the notice o> .al('

Toad $Steven HOUM Itomollihed. lint )Monday Uicumber, A. I). IS'.ll: levied upon recorded by the clcik} ofthe style ..r Thumaa NooueyJt 1 of suit by and description of said property) eup.

to answer said action in due course Circuit court of Brevard county Son, Attachment recorded the Clerk of the'
One of the historic old houses of Cap -The ADVOCATE don't cost three Plaintiff, by
you
ot her" IMO the same will be taken prooiifesoitl Florida In the lien book; And you the AS cult Court of Bievard County. Fbi

itol hill is now being demolished to cents per week, postage included, whtn anti! said cause proceed aid! Michael F. Dwyer, and all persons Michael F.Dwyer, I In thahlon__ hiociloanthvn, ,,. the. laid U
n n ---- --- --" --
make way for a handsome modern residence taken by the year. ex paite interested, are hereby required to appearin iJtileniiant. ) F. Dwyer and all persons intern j

which in to be erected upon the -- ----- ----- It U duet'ltd tint this notice be pub. said suit above stated on the tint -\ fICH KtL F DWER, the ilefenilant In the 1- hereby required to appeal 'iJ

site People pasting along D street between tiliml once each week for eight consecutive A D 191 being the6th .1.1\_ above stated cause, and all persona inter- Monda
Master Sale Monday January, rated, w ill hereby take notice that the nnu I suit above stated on the hrkt
First street and New Jersey avenue weeks in the INPUX RIvER i : day of said month, else judgment by or Thoma Nuoney & Son*, the plaintiff In the January A. D. 18tMi) ;, being the sixth j

southeast, have noticed for years an .mocATr, publUhetl to 'litusvllle, default will be taken against you, the .1 ov. stated cause, have commenced a cult In 1 of said month, else judgment b) dciwill !<
ITSIWR and by virtue of a detree of foreclosure lorltU tho Circuit court of the State of Florida, 7th '
ancient residence on the south tide of U and Mle tuning 1 out of the finals } 'aid Michael F. Dwyer, and each, every udicial cIrcuIt In and for Brevard county, by be taken against you tht
the street, which has been one of the Court for Bretard county In a certain Done and ordered at the rleik's office anll all persons Interested failing to ap- wrIt of attachment againt the land tenement Michael F. Dwyer, and each ever)
('a".. therein ilfwmlluC, wherein K K. Mo- It Tltusvtlle, F1 1\: .. this Kill day of b"I'J ''I>ear in said court In said cause and such (;ood* and chattel of the Mid MIchael F. all persons Interested failing to aPI
landmark" The oldest inhabitant when Cormlck I* complainant. and David I*. .ibon ember, .\. D. l"UXI :>> hail therein as by jaw I Is In >wyer a* defendant, named In the above stated and M
iroccedings' 10 said Court in said cause
asked about it would it Will formerly aiidtllen.llllMHmaradefemlant: *, 1 will antI ate, which said writ of attachment therelo.hu
say ,, the biL-li I >t and bet bidder fur cant, nM>n [ !8.] A. A. S.TEWAUT, such cases made and provided. been levied upon Mid property of said defend proceedings had therein. bj Uw i<
the home of Thad Stevens, and thereupon the lint Monday:: In OcU.lwr, A l> ice, Iwlnit. the Clerk Court. Witness the Honorable John D. r..Wnt.r. above stated cause,a* apiwara by said such cases made and provided.
the house aufcunied renewed inter 7th day of the "mouth the following dvM rllwd 'Ollep-8utlv County ed on saId writ and by the record of .lobi. I
real enute_ altuate. Brevanl eountv lorida.. troome, Judge II also A. A. Stewart he notice of said levy and description of aaldiroperty Witness the Honorable _
eat in the eyes of many A project was ". ..I' iieicmon tile w.., :usDa 01 ,,!,. tiiuianKier clerk and the seal of said court at the levied uponreourihaid by- the clerk of roome, judge, as also A. A"">"

on foot at one time to purchase the. alienS ten feet north of Utbton wharf and court house In Titusvllle Brevard county the ('Irea,' court of Brevard county, Florida In clerk, and the seal of said Courl *<
Michael,
(he lien And
Notice the said
marked "A" aouth whence F
aide you
at a on a
house with money contributed by colored palm port U ",,'he* In di.nwter marked H T, hear Florida this the 12th day of !September : iwyer, a"Ii"li: penon Interested, are hereby ourt-house in Titusvllle\ Brevara 0 Ity

people and to make it a memorial north 3.1 iii'irreea: went three link di.Unt and a A D isa.1.: required to appear In salt suit above stated on Florida, this, the l.'th day .>* Sept
Ulmhmln diametvr marked B T: bean he .ScsI MomUy" in January, A D HUD being the
palm In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial ber A. D. 1893.
to the regard which the colored ,
race entertains south S3 degree. eat eleven link dlatant; A. A. STEWART, IIIb day of said month else Judgment bf.d"r.al'
for the memory of 1'had Ste the,','. aouth 41 degree* :il uiln. west, akmg the District, Brevard County FlA. Minor S. Jones Clk Circuit Ct., will he taken anlnrt you, the saId A. A. STEW'A81MinorS.
northwmt *iile of the 'southwest avenue *o> twy.r and each, every and all peraon. inter.i.t.t i 11
vena Ex-Senator Bruce and other colored rallml thirtv-wven ((37) chain* and eighty-iwo rilloughby Adams and John E. Hartridge Brrvard Co. failinic to appear U aald court In MidUM. Jones Clk Circuit

men of note were interested in the IKt) link to the nortbeaat Hue of the > leiulngl.rant Charles. KUhardson Attorneys for I'UIntlff. [L.S.] and such proceeding had therein a* by John E. Hartridge Brevard j
thence south M .degree u niln ea.t law U la inch caM made and provided 'L :!j
scheme, but it wan .baudooed.-Wub. ; and Charles E. Smith aep.dec'O: : By C. K. !Stewart, D. C. Attys. for Plaintiff.
..
.
Mid line .Is (S) bat. and thirty- Miuieu ,
along grant u under the Notice of the Honorable John D Broome C. R. Stewart I'1aster's
ingtou StarWoaderf. two and one-half (X'H) link to a point seven co-partners ledge u A Stewart clerk, and the teal sepJO-decJO: By
and one-half ((7H tInts northwest of A. CHw name, firm and style of 101 t i tutlon ,,f Mid court"atth court house In Titu.vlIlD,
!.'. northwest oases.thence north 41 deg AdarosA! Richardson, 'of suit by Notice. trevard lorida, this the 3th day of
"l ltr..gtli of the bee.... : 'b.I
and
H uiln eait thlrty-wven 197) chain thirty I'laintitTs attachment.VS. September, A *. Sale.II .
A noted entomologist who has been two link to Indian itt,.' at a post, whence apalm i
diameter marked B T bear A. A. STEWART,
10 Inche in In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial
writing on the wonderful feats of 4* deg north twelve (U) link I dUtant also a Michael F Dwjer, Brevard /lorida Minor. Jones. Clerk Circuit Court, !
strength a* exhibited in the beetle family palm 14 Inche* U diameter marked "X" bear Defendant. Circuit County. : .John t.. Hartridge licensed Co. IIER and by virtue ol ad..;r** .. roourt
uortU4S deic earns twenty-four links distant, Tb. 8. B. Hubbard Com- i. Attorney for plaintiff closure and.. Unulng out of tie
tells the following; : "I selected a thence. northwe; .l'rly along the river .bore lx F. DWYER, the defend- a Corporation as- lLII.IMI'O.decIo ] for Ii..yard eOlla'J' I. ('bar C'a
common black water beetle weighing 4.> (6))chain and forty (4o> link to tile point of be- Jt MICHAEL the aboYe-f>otltl.J cause aertli. Law*of the SUM : Bye. R. Stewart, 4.e. I'a.... t.berelo dependIng wheieis sail' II Ma"fl
gInning, being a part of lot three Sv. four (4) of "'lufld*. Nutk. of lartltutkn Wilbur et. &1. are euulI.ialnnts ,
grains and found that he was able to sad Cr.tb), sorties tw.at'....".. lownahlp thirty and all persona interested, w ill hereby i Plaintiff } of Cult b) lisAslcrsoa.et.aIarsdefraiiaal-I ,r'I '
carry .load of shot in a small bag the t3.isouthsfraag. thirty-eight (W) ices; eoutaining take notice" that the firm of Adams I' ,.s. Attachment.f AiIiiilnUtrator'8 Notice of }'inalSt'ttlf'lI1ent. 55 iulilirauctiiHi, in frost ul tlur {
enty-elght ami eighty-three ooehuudmdtu : Michael. Dwyer.Liafesdaat.. di I. Tltu.iill. OH the Sent hltai'i 1 .
I II .
.
Richardson the to the above
whole weighing 8 if ounces or exactly I *iM W-loo)acre*. plaintiff "....1.1..., during the legal hour '. '
b58 times the weight of the bog. U.. U. L. QAVLDLX.Robblna stated: cause, have commenced a suit In .' F. Pn YER. the defendant la the he higBMI and |M| bidder for rh The "aof .
he Circuit Court of the state of Florida, I .1I above entitled ea..... and all |"rmn> intcre log descrii.ed l'rh'iflY. to-wIt
man weighing ISO could carry u niuchsooordlngly & Graham. (i' cUl Muter. Seventh Judicial Circuit, la and for D...- ..... wlU hereby take nolle that the B. 'yOTiCE In hereby gives that ass Maceli Sad, thesouthweat nailer of ( -(2 5aUh Ia r.twenty.eevea "
he could shoulder a 45 ton Boll. forOompl't. .eptoct4The H, a ttorporatkM, the plaint- .iCIshUk.SIrettssad lynn 5 r of seetbie twenty tour ( !
ward county, by writ of attachment r.aal\ baa his H.-wor. Motor S. Jones. busty :Judge m. south of r.Uti tb'TM .
Ill canes eoamiejiced
locomotive and then chain a train of above .... wa poctpoued until Monilav, against the lands, tenements, goods and is the lUrealt tkwrt of the State uf lorida asuit Brwvard esuny. fee discharge aii wiam ( )_t. eusitalalag twenty acrM. 5"
the fourth hovember A U ice, OB hlch" t ;:. of ........ fl..a
of the
cars together and take the whole lot day chattels of the said Michael F. Dwyer Renntk Judicial Olrcnlt. la and for .Tardteunty admIn5itr.k of the estate of It. said ta br Tard county
date the sale a IU hbo.l1ooee GAI'UlDRobLlu
occur
the at five mile boor named In the above ( by writ of attachment anlut the landa, C p L
a au defendant ltatel1cue '
across country as .
D. L. OAVLDtX, MuBuls.
.Dement*. (ood* and chattel uf the said MM aal .. .f. BVKER. ft: Graham. tyerlai .
yait" octU-D.,1 Special Mal..,. ,which said writ attachment there y. Dwyer, M defendant named U Uw above aut'jaisa-M Adm'r bt. B. T. You. for CoeuH'U. .



I

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, OCT(',HER J5 1895. 7

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'I R :DTt13LS. LINES ON A GREEK INN. -

PLANETCOLUSIONS._ -- ----. -
-- ,
I't Bank To..th. tn. Ml.. -- --------- -- -- -- - -- Gather Tappld, nth r ....n... The TropicalJacksonville Trunk Line.

..... .de.erib.blw. Bind a wreath for falthrnl Phyla I
t O p..14 lie Fnpptm, fur he gave u* sleep, I
jxdger of London whose BmtUl from hUDrlphlan mwp.

t ..ri-hum astronomy lectures ou Bar hi. wine' *. ccnld Sot qoiJI.Praliw I' Tampa & Key West Railway.
J Astrono.completed hi* c lad and ptlatVhlp j
inTheir Relation to I
<"r b.. would better plvaw
U 1
in his last dis Were his bed quit free rromUoml- JOSEPH II. DUllKKK Rocolvur.Tralim .
been ,
... !
]b ,Inted out that the universe, .yr r I Wurda.A
fixed U alive with mo- l Nt .
d being "( --- -- j
eti) ail II MAN'S LAUGH NEVER CHANGES. It.t1'TI'-= 'IIIITII
-
attendant plan eke. -
tfII'h rtar with its 'e itai to .n ""TI..T"b1.ln.rr..tA..I: 'PI. \,' .....
I
\o .U.M.
If star were '
through Spl1o(' How the tVtt \\'.. IlliMtratml by *. !.- I.. :
heat I AktyMl!+r'Ii-In-ll1t5/1\\IIh; R-Ar i."nl. tll"l.m .
j star the intense i-Mrnl In blest. . .
.51uIn
i 1 Ijlllnlt .Mip 91'si.I .lteesl'nv5Sprtugs. I INipmISIi
[ >>': generated by the cnorlefty a :: II l'alok.. ( a'.nt: 4mu :: : : 231lp'iai
t identiflcatiou
; lire If the Birtilli TIIttm1 '
..-ce ofJpijsis ? .. S/eu / .. IlontlnKtnn." .Liam/ a'1"11111.1I' t
a, :: i and vast momentum had a phonographic record of the 7150./ .. .. t'resrnt4IiyJuuctlon 305n Be/pm InupnmS
would be such as to pass IC i 11/1111"I'la'1 .te.t/llr SYa5m 9h3poo\ OS pas
of criminals would '
laughs it probably : : : : t:
: :: 915. l : I.'Llen Sprhgs; : t 4V25 u 9lC. m I l a tmt
I -::n'ption.I' be as near ptrfoct as an identification 1'14'' .. I""f""t. al aml '' I1011lal''

r that the sun was The formed by system can ba The fact that man conies 1I.'a... .. 11Ni&Lr/17CaAr', ..I."an.l. .I Lr.Ar.:'. :: : : '' :I. *19upu, m,I .. :::: j i
n Eon stars. other into the world mailing has been regarded .. 14na .' "nfn.I. ,I.v 12IIa'" 1'1"" II lOan,
. pbobodiee attracting each soft of of the truth .. 1101 ,11II., mrlando' .. 11.I .. 11I1III. III.. .. .. ... I.
I reduce them HOTEL nor AL I'OIX'U. as a prophecy .. INta/ 'nI' .. KI..'''''''....+ I\t.'IIIIII/I..n\ .... ,
I t;! !rtu g would be to that as a rule the sorrows of life out .. .. .. .. IIIOa sin, \r.. Ii.rk.w I.V.ft'.II'1II' yeoal" . ...
' .. . ... .. .. .. \ .. .. ...
1 k agitated, gaseous moss TVLM 1JLA('II LAKE number the when all the return ISp.r. .1unrationls l.rit55pu1: 1. .. I I
TTrkk-ntly \\UKT1I Joys
,
inward, .. .. .. :III. I" '.) Ar T"'II. I..li"'I'1II 11Iam .. ......
'1 .,h v mid oscillate, first pro..g and in, but an optimist might see anthat .. .. .. 9Ma . .VI'ortTama Iv 71n.u7n.IU.. .
; and then out- ... :/roll; :: 1 : V :: : :: :::
inconceivable heat OPEN DURING THE( \MNTEU SEASON. ACtOMMOD.VTIOV FOR tH)0) opposite significance in the fact a TI II e1111K I.e 71uam.
ultimately assuming the m ui's laugh remains the same through ,,,,0. au0Ihnn scup-fv. Vnrt T.I', Ar rslp. III 1 hll'., anti !ono ,
<1'1 api1! Times. ml .'rl ten III .1r her 11 rat VI.rlfmmpm' tr.1.andMst, .
1 I1:.a of the sun. The general reft HKXHV AV. Munui.t., Manager all the chiuiKiiiK yearnlitt the cares "...1, .nd 551. .. ..lItlllam I' \Ar_.. Ilsvans 1..U.IIIIm. 11 wl. end nat.ataalto .
) be that the two bodies would ----- -- -- of nmnhiKxl succeed to. the hippy IlOlu..ky i ;' ;:, slSsiLvdaek.nnT .
oald .",ii"TlT Th ; ; \ i t.A" "I 'p17eapArinh
i ,0:11: around their common center of days iif boyhood, this laugh of his / : .rprlael.v molts siasIm: I., I'slntka ii.A'I: $5225 '\ .. IIr. 11, .I..A r III.
around each oth IIIIAr: esaen' r.v. Shia. 2 554' \ .."" 1'Ysq: .OrehapeIISI.t 5ft3Ci
11 to say: JACK be called into it \ .
,r:<-dot NL ? Of.HOTL' HOTEL may use as were very / 1' n2mm: A' IIn".1 Iv 2 "I'I j U3t.ArIsle llek nl.r eiSm4so.
..-' :a double star Lord Kel 10TEL. MELBOURNE little, but when it is put into operation Ar'lttu.tiii.Ivttuw ti a1'r 1111)1,01' Ii $1:1111'1': I 1:11'1'1: Sr\r.Sinrn.Lv. 'fatMIcal.vjsrieontllelr

I] hi' miniated that if 29,000,000 c.. roup" ... u...." n,. __ ,__ JI it is the tine old High h. and every boy -010'1 Slanlt/aksn\IIeAr -SeSfl, I j.,,11\1 bm'TI; Xr 6Ati
n '1'111'1'; Iv ""r..r,1 Ar11501s 'III, ... Iv 1..1.11. Ar 411':1' I II.nf.,1 A' II.H1'I4d.
|Jd ,i tbrll. each of the moss of the. it : nij:ttt; a"t MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. hood friend would know it instantly .. M"n" Ar 104"I 4a tI.'III'n".Iv :24.. 1.,1.1 iv fait
!!;.lIJd be scattered over a cphermrf ) o fairy 1 : All old soldier who fought through I.I'r:: 0111.111",1 Is rms. Ii.04.. AC 'iSIIP,..iIi'I.r iSip" 2/1011'I\r/ MtIant i-v 5411iMpAt
) the radius of the I 111191 viey FM.U, ,, (lfCTRlt Open| all the year round G 100 times with Fred II. ick who drivesa : : : l :
J .njf d.. IIIIi o'oT 3/'jIj'fP. P. I Hunting and YChllnH.ttCM. the war irtw : I .IA: I aNt.IC IAealnrg I.eIIIS.: : I.tdnm4o I Iv: ale,
.
. .h'Jorblt. they would come together '--c- fW11lynn.Ing. / mail oollu tor agou on the North InaOpArMt.lbtrra'i" .:l.v S2ss.Arlin..ksrlllely'54a: : ::11'\\ IArakurg! d. eteS
$2: ;50 and
npwinls
\ wised to a temperature ofL ARTISTICALLY &ELEGANTLY FURNISHED ) be in for i
fj t be rruprietrisN. Mn. LI.. U.\lm. Side, ha1'p'n\Jt1 to Chicago aw'ek 11"11) 1 I.ilyexceptSunday
) odiinwu. They would oscillate .....,. : not long since. lie herd that! MrIIarttU.k .
o, 1'1'.1..1 tentnmi of I loir n. : Elegance : tI..h. ..hi.. Yuk
Tr.bs 5T 5nd 7s rarrv 19dlnman Shr r.rUa'txee'u sad T.m a
l :'lard! and inward reaching to a less comfort and- absolute- cleaalmtHH- was on its poc.tutaeter'e stair M and :XI- Through; ,; Ilillnian i; ; ItiifTt: ; Plw'plu" :i; ,;:; urn Ixtxnn;: : (.Im:Iniiatl i and Tampa.v. : P
,
each time and ultimately set / and went to the federal building to find
mice: Moderate rites II. COFFIN, U. It. M'htIL\: : .
i:t down into a sphere. HO FOR BISCAYNE BAYTHE iSwcisl i him. He took his station at point past u"'r.III"I"rlut".lent. (te.oml' I..allu AIf""t.

[tile oebu1o: we see around us may .. which alllh... carriers filed to report for ,
Featnrea l r.rnm.li : Moderate

1 Saeor Ledger suggests, have been duty and as Hartw Ick came along someone
of rates;solid comfort, no ostentation, GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT
,deed by the knocking together good fishing, !good cookingCGRONAOO.SURFBATH1N5 HonuHeekers When you get pointed him out. Jacksonville
Spent bodies rather than by the figition there Stop at __ Without diKcliwing his own identitythe .
of many smaller ones. The veteran apprtiaclitd and began/ asking

"I : ,1\111\ of two huge suns would thus THE TEAR ROUND lUrfwick if remembered various St. Augustine

, |if rejuvenescence and the formation The Lemon City Hotel incidents in the history of their rtglmcut .

I.Kw systems.! Phenomena indicating durum the war Of course he did #

fji PIl thing very much in the nature j $. r r L. 1 At Lemon City the terminus of the I and very soon fell into (conversation or & Indian River

I, J\li8IoD-\ had occurred are the out SN0.flP rAt'\ll.h.\ ....,+w :) Hack Line, on Itisoayno lliy Airy ganiiiurf: t kind of campfire meeting r

I in of temporary stars such as those OpP.rEWS11TRnA'fl0./,, rooms, comfortable beds, good table, between thimselves. One member of
| creed by Trcho Brahe in 1572 by terms reasonable the regiuuut was in business in New Railway.
DFBEACKniRAiUT- !11!
1 pier; In 1604 and those of 1848 1666 20 MILE UND Jood and In the Orleans another was in a bank downin
gyp'
fishing hunting Tine THI|. In rfOrt: Mill, 111111I \.
.:t. 1885 and 1892 the last being the neighborhood the .state several were farming, one July

.,star: Auriga, which declined through D. M CONNOLLY, Prop was the local manugir for ono of the I All Rail Line to Lake Worth, via. St. Augustine, Ormond and
j magnitudes! or became 100,000 big commercial agencies in ono of the
Lemon City, Dade Co, Fla -- Rocklodgo. -
|an! WI1l bright in two months. The Tb. Origin 01 "Lia( r.* large cities, and so ou.

I I'' -nt I !increase in the light of a comet asapproaches A correspondent fiends the following Several times irlwkk asked his old South Bound. North Bound.

: the sun may be due to a derivation of the term "lingir :" "Ear(, companion at arms his name but the
... .. .
Nn :M \: JIi. :'o
|ill disturbance in the bodies forming in the forties them mired from Vermont latter only smiled and went on with the :1:1.: 3i _:m's'/ I S..3'J 7e. I toe

j' cubing them to knock against each to one of the then flourishing cot HOTEL! COQUINA! conversation Finally when it became I..J.'kollllYlll... .. II'MI a 515,- I' :. I.v w 1'.1.. Ik'ach "i>i le a u ii .

lier:' ,and thus generate heat and light. ton manufacturing villages of New I I : necessary! fur them to separate, as Hart- Arlit. AIljII.IIII. In 11a Sinp' 1..lIhlo.. raV. .. .. ." ....' .. .
1.5 St. Anguatlke In' ::111 a Lv w' Ju.Iler 1111.1 a i. . ..... I
| lathe tame way the twinkling of the Hampshire a man with a large family wick wan obliged to go out on his run I.. II..U"j ... .. .. .. I.. II..". 1I..lIncl. .. 711 a III .....
i jw may be caused by the knocks of of children, to keep one of the corporation the man laughed outright us ho said: I.. .:...t l'al..lka. .. .. I.v Ahcls... . Meg a I.. .. .. ..
,
Ihemokcnltisof! the atmosphere! on the boarding houM'H. He was a tall .. HRMOND.BY-THE.SEM... "Well Fred I never thought you'd tn\: \: : .: ._.: :,II f-) : ..= VV I 'Slu" 54 Silas. ,: .: ::::.::

}.!to. whose undulations carry their lank dyspeptic There was but one shoe forget me after what we went through ArIlaIlM..tr., .- --' Lr I.r Fart 1I1j..c.:, : :: .M1l.a aIn :::,1010&Arorsmat '.. :::::::
,hi to us. The excessively great andy store in the village/ in the rear of the FLORIDA.I together. N.n Msuv .. ens ft I .
:* exceedingly small are all interdeIrdfnt. store was a room for making and repairing "The minute he laughed said Mr .::: .195.1p --- 5.5: :'.III...II:.;;,: : :: i 2 ';,;li .oI', :::::::
1..C1nll..llc1 I .. Lv Oar' ,. .. .
and the past present and prob. shoes. Here was a Frenchman Hartwick in relating the incident "I 1..C1'1111I1"IJIIIIC.. .. .. . ... .. I.. .:.IIII.II.e.. ". 1135.01" 54q... ..r
l;I future of nebulous bodies all hinge and a lover of mischief One day the SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are knew just who he was and all about I.r Ih.ynn,5 .. 1'I4H I' .. ... . Lv Ii.wkledgs.. .. .....
.. ... .I1J .. ..
I.v 1'.rt Or.IIIC" U iIIll' I. ( 'N. I' III Zap' .. .
lithe relations they bear to the knocks tavern keeper entered the shop and said: him but I hidn't seen him for 30 years, I.rerwNm'nu. I.eCity Ihdnt.
J(Ilhe molecules of their gases while 'HelloI I Are you a shoemaker?' 'Yes' Specialties at Ormood.df" and he hud changed I couldn't have I.:, a ask Ii:ii. : : n:. :: "MI.a .. IV: T/uuvllio:/ : : : : ? 1a'sl l'lII "S l5.I; :::::::
l.vTltnnllle 77. {I' .5oa: is loskllllI. ...... .... ...... .... .......
hocks of immense bodies depend was the answer 'and linger at It. The. For Circulars address told him front Adam. His laugh had I.. city 1'.1 lit. 3 '11I1' .. .. 1.r Naw' IIlIIyrn.., ". 2 4I'/ m 15eq.' .,,... .
[-.innately the knocks of their con tit. Frenchman caught on, and in a day or grown older, too of course, but it was l.vf..N.. ." .. .31111', 111'10"' Lriv.rt/orange. .. .... ...... ... .. ...... ..
.. .. .. ... .. .. .. :
outside the build- Trib I.. 11I'kl'IC"' 3 11 I' IInytn..a. :955 I' III . .
I eat Stoma two with was hong SEISER & PINING the same old laugh. Chicago I.'III"lIle.: .. 34 h I" 113M a ArOrlll..I.. .... .. "II'IU ... .
ing other store goods probably Managers, une. Is Sarno ... .. Iv (Ru..ud . ... .. ..e.. ..
Book Bound In Gold and Silver. I M"lhn".e. 1'1 n21' Lvlonu enIJmiss... .. .. .
the most! uncouth bunglingly made pair ORMOND- THE SEA Th. Tyranny of Ftlqnett. l.vlltl..le. .. Ar .:".. I'nlstk&...... .. .. 8:11I"11: ..
Ito\ only gold and silver bound, dia- of shoes ever seen on the continent Ar Pierre 341'1 1'1 4 i. AArr Min ri... .- .
.
:ic racrnsted book in the world ward labeled 'Lingers. There they hong until It II impossible to read even the least I.vOkrn ti;: . .: ::. : ; :: . .I. LrNaMUe ham .III

*! enshrined in the holy Mobamme mail woman and child in the dogmatic bonks on etiquette without being LrStnarlll.t t : .. < : .I.I4 i I.w .
every : :: : : r. : :: < : .:: I : ,
:ao city of Isnan.Ruza, Persia. The village had looked them over From oppressed with the conviction that.a : : : : aMSpn
HOTEL CARLETON I.. IIn1.1 ). .. .
wk u of course a copy of the Alkoran that day the members the dyspeptic's heavYlW1\ binding addition has boon I.v W. 1101111.1"1 l MOOI'I .?. .. ArSt.Auga.tine.I 111.1' III.. .. .. .
ml a a gift from Abd-ur.Rahman, family were known WI 'lingers. And mule: to the code of morals in the by- I.. IlIvl"' I.v III. As. uatlne. 7 alkl' II Mill" ...
COT of Afghanistan. The covers of this the word was applied to everything as a Jacksonville, Florida.PorttofllCO.. laws which have to do with visiting Ar W 1'.lm Ilach ,. ..-ArJ".nvlJl" --rte.. N lea 515/ 1'11I .. .. .. ,..

jqw! volume the sides of which are superlative to a fine yoke of oxen or a cards invitations conventional phrases A. & W. Branch.
j tbr 4 inches are of solid gold plates big fish. "-Boston JorouaL and other minor but vigorous formulas -

ighthof an inch thickness, lined OUUOrl i t(3 It has been n'it(,ratod by writers on those 1I00'TIt n1111NU. MItI'rll IlotrJliIl.IITATIOSK. .

winlver sheets of the same thickness. The Thoughtful Chauncey.A subjects that not a tingle rule of etiquette ... .
'lie well the is told on Chauncey De- is arbitrary but that all prove Nn No.l Nn' No STATIONS. No Yo
centerpiece
as cor- good story
as
-'
n.u I symbolic design wrought in pew lie received a letter from young >x< Under New Management t their reason in the very natnro cf things r.v' New l..ke lI"nlla Ilion I Tl'.lkm;: .-. .. .. :II (/.range I. 'Ily JIIIIO('Iry I I a''. r ,

dwnondi, rubies and pearls The center married friend in Albany asking for a I and that thorn who disregard them sim i.e nr.nre t'Ity 9 a7a.. : : lake )lien nf I :: ... .:: :.:.
their luck of and o4r U.'lt'Julic. .... .. .... Ar N..wlI"'yrna 1111",1." ... t
Mare ii I crescent with a star between paM for his mother in law, who was ply.how own insight

:>points, the whole design being com- coming to make him a visit and closing! Open all the Year. -- Incapacity to appreciate genuine n.fine- Alltrain. .laity between Jarkm.mvfllaaud Nt. Augn.nn.I ,
Jwiuf 109 small diamonds 167 pearls with the delicate hint "Don't forget to men t Trains 13, 7s., dt and: T5. asth; of $h Auguatlne, Asll: eami,t Sunday.
Id 12J rubies.! The diamonds on each have the return coupon attached. Mr. Coolest and most pleasantly located While this is all very well for society Saturday.Train :PC every M..nday. wednr.lay and FrhlaT. Train to every Time..lay, Thursday and f

otter which are almost! hidden in their Depew is nothing if not worldly wise hotel for the summer months Thoroughly people pure and simple or those who TI ,. Tlme.Table ..h".. the tll"... .t ahieh. iron.. nay I b. .1'.It..1 to arrive .,rod del. art ran 11I
iwten: letting, and the colored and sympathetic, and In sending the pass refitted and elegantly furnished have other definite and absorbing workin the aaa er ,I..IOU"..., hIlt their. .rrhat ..r departure. at the U"' ''. .tat..II. 1I.t a msrant.rd nnr.1""a
orange
Elevator. All modern imjiVovenientsKATfcJ the c"llIpllly.h..I.III..tr reap.ihle fur say d"I."r auy ceiuwqurncr..riniug therelurm fr
quer l wllh which they are fastened he wrote "I have not neglected the return >. :-*:J.50 to *3.50 per day. compliance with all the thousandand J. U. .agit11TT .JOHtI'U: IU.ItIl..II.
each worth about $3,000): The book coupon and have limited it to three Special by the week, and to Commercial one trilling points < f etiquette i. an VI'. 1..I..u. O..a" .......lIs..r .\I1"lIt. r
'1tit1l I. on parchment entirely written days. "Minneapolis Journal Men utter impossibility The question then

\7Ui It valued at $125,000. Thereftllliu Only hotel that the electric cars pass becomes hhall such persons be excluded
to have been over 100,000 visit V.ll"y Forge' fore Grarntou. to unu from depotCRAPO. from society ur be allowed to eutttr, it on

*present in I.snan-Ruza the day the Only one grave that of John Waiter & LeVENE, their own terms Society might be so

h1y relic was enshrined.-St Louis man of Rhode Island marked with a conducted as to make of it a charmingand
bpnblia rudely carved sandstone has been idcn Proprietors. delightful recreation instead of a
Send the "Advocate" of Job
tided of all who died at Valley Forge -- tyrannical business and those who see some your

Soap Babble*. during that perilous winter of 1778. this clearly can do much toward making
L barn has communicated to the "J W. 1778." are all the marks that ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. it Philadelphia Proes. I

kademy of Sciences a new method for are on the stone but the records show Printing orders and you will be satisfied.

t4in1flg lOOp bubbles lasting a much where! grave it is. All the other grave To. ElMtrU CaBdU. .1

birr time than those obtained from have been plowed over for more than a COLUMBIA HOTEL I The electric caudle U in gnat request

IIIf lOOp water generally used. lie has century Richmond Dispatch. in England for the lighting and decoration ,

,e to a resinous, soap made by the rank Centrally Located on St. George I of dining and other table. An ingenious -
Lowing formula: Pulverize together I In wealth Pennsylvania next to device for lighting the candles is I

10 crams of pure rosin and 10 parts New York having an assessed valuation Street. provided by placing small pads under Ij j

dnrbonate of potash add 100 parts of of 11,683,459,016 owing largely to the Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park, the tablecloth and taking the current
tltt+ and boil until complete solution. enormous manufactures carried on within and a full view of the Ocean and from them by means of two pin points

tH atain in this way a thick solution the limit of this commonwealth. rolling breakers from the plazzan in the bone of the caudl *tick. The can FLORIDA BOAT *! WORKS

ohs may be kept in stock to be diluted all dlfs of oonne are extinguished on being ,
*nl, With from four to five times its The acreage farm in taken from the table and are reli/bted

K.:-a* of water It can be kept Indefl the United States is 633,218,610 of W, M, TEAHEN PrOprl'etorwhich when they are replaced in the proper position. West Palm Beach Florida.

?::: :' 'Ten when exposed to the air. Then 357,616,753 are improved or tinder Thl.Oyare so arranged that the y

::" produced are persistent and cultivation and 963,601,664 acres bulb and the gluts imitation, of a wax :Jt
very Gas Electric Cells and perfect system ed
ncntly Call be made useful in the remain uncultivated. of Sanitary Sewerage. candle can be removed, when the candlestick ...:
It:> ,1, phenomena relating to thin con be used for ordinary' can CQ l

-i* and (in making photographs in die. When used with shadi of colored

r"* soap bubbles play H part. O. II VOSS. silk the electric candle makes one of := 5

the prettiest additions to a dinner table ct: I PS]

Th. Director's r... that is possible Imagine.Machlnilit. >
RIVER: HOTEIJ::
xc r,, all the great financial concerns INIIIAN: : "gE a

"* Wj the directors who attend board kiss Oft.,. end O

f :* 1 1 n for each sitting, not count.tr. Impoliteness may sometimes perhaps rcct :: s: I

tad cigars Some men in this a TITUSVILLE bo unsw.er.eo1 properly with imp i tiM4M.e. !iI2! : en > c:::::

'iv all the from $5,000 to lItru..ulinr author went to su editor
way = "g
,I. !:Z:
;. rear, they being of the direct gam' Indian Rivet- with a mau UHCrlpL .-.
-
\ ral "Oh" vxcUiiund the editor "don't
1 institutions or corpora- 9- I-'la. en OrS
'> \ bother I've other Mi : ==
.. tank president whose services me u'iw' to fry =

,. .w 1 an a director is authority O "Wa I'U fry your flub fur you" cd IEL
? II VOfeB, c;.,;) -
'i''nt that the fee is paid in !laid the author.. "while yon -WK! my
r '
._ '.' 'I'I u' to th> director the mo MANAOKU. IDIIaIlMOri J4. s'
[ rv thi board room. And di r So ISM editor her brawl It-YuoUi's -< Q"
I
;!!?,,r., J always direct .t that.- .* Open All HIM Year. C-e,4. .
rk
Letter At ruLMr floats haiihul out and Hojuiuotl at tlio lotvtlkt)

tie C"are fiulldlaa I. Ctdase. JSfmmt !).JWDfIII (sAt 4 U i4< tstranger lliruf'ol4. I'l-oiupt attention ivon to ordoiin
few mi ttc
Only a *
Dead a iu a street &r-'Yo'b..t time U liHtiinatOM given on all kindn of bout
1 I... U 1833. Dedicated Jan. 4, H 7 walk from Hallway stations
& I awl Mteamboat landings it by your watch, please? Ays t.f or the CelebratedWOLVERINE
n "011..,titrtetoslbthealleyonCLlr btraugvr eiu s't kiww.

IT';: .h the rear of the prInt Sber On ode basks of tin Mr. HHJS -I*.t yon j oat lor
Ii lMgiminatien. PrHbytb- C far.taalwd. 1..1an MI...,. $Nas, .... I alr wsMwi to see
? U it was ktiU It***.-lAodoo Tit-Bit*.
A. T. ROSE.
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INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, OCTOBER 25, 1895. I



.MUNICIPAL KLHCTIOX. A STEAMSHIP LINH FROM: Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't ReportBaking

1.AJ ::IIKACII TO NASSAU. THE ROBBINlpRlAf
CPaid C
For Tow Clerk.

According to the Nassau Bahamas, 'D

r announce myself as a candi Guardian the official organ of the gov, 'VAI
Capital
Up 2500000.
Thereby Town Clerk, and If elected ernment of that colony Henry M. Flag- I

will do my duty for the people. I think her and R. W, Parsons of New York LAW LOANS REAL
times are too hard to Justify the present have submitted a proposition to the powder ESTATE. I
alary and "advocate a cut In the same government of the Bahamas to establisha I .
, weekly I steamship service during the
Respectfully' 3
Hr.XKY J. AXTIIOST. coming season to run between Palm We have for sale a large list of carefu

lieach Fla., and Nassau during the ABSOLUTELY PURE selected Indian River
month. of January and February and Properties.
For Town Clerk and Treasurer. the Colonial\ parliament held an Informal -- ---- ----- --- Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast

meeting and accepted the proposition. The ltc,'. II. M. Goodell. A Steamer hunted L
-- -- .......... We have no doubt the line referred to Canal and Transportation Co.
tviMf, irom past! experience, will be In the I
Btl that It Is to the Interest of Titusvllle season and operation run on during regular schedule coming KKMMMEE: : :, FLA., Oct 17, '05. The steamer City of St. Augustine CANAL LANDS:

to re-elect J. W. Rogers, as Town while the Royal Poinciana I I. open. A editor Advnratt.It : was burned on Tuesday morning about Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa Key West Railway con
I Clerk and Treasurer, we now place his trip over to Nassau will be very popularwith eighteen miles off Cape Hatteras. She Lands. Disoton Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co
f fI name before the people for re-election. tourists, and will: no doubt attract I* one of the evil of our churches was on her way from New York to Jacsonvllle and other Low Priced Lands. '

Your truly"OTJIIIII people to visit Lake Worth who would that they must give up their pastors oc having\ left the former place on 3VConoy: to; Loan V.l'vc-o.ys on XJa.b
\ or TITUSVII.LE. casionaly.I Sometime It I Is a rood thing Monday night with ft cargo of general :-
not otherwise do and. besides while -
: It seems only Intended so at to to change, but when a church 'loses the mercliandine;; ; '; ;; and a -Idcrew of fifteen At Ten per tent, in turn to tuft
present cater -
For Marshal and Collector. to the tourist trade It I I. quite likely services of so earnest and devoted a pastor The City of St. Augustine: wa Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties

some commerce will be developed between all Rev. Henry M. Goodell It I II a commanded by Capt. John Gaskell who, Titu vnle. Florida.
announce myself as candi the Florida coast and Nassau, and serious matter to contemplate. Such III 1 with the crew, have not yet been heard
thereby the office of Marshal and Instead of the line only operating during our loss here at Klssimmee of Rev. Mr. from, and It Is thought they perished
Collector of the Town of Titusvllle and three month of the winter season, It Goodell, who for two years has filled with the boat. $$33,0 Is the amount of

promise that, If elected to !give my entire may be enabled to build up sufficient our pulpit with signal ability. Insurance on the steamer which was. Call and Examine> my Prices. C. -
attention to the duties of the office, trade to run during the entire year.It His ministerial labors here have been owned principally by parties In St. AuKustine.
etc. would be a very pleasant trip for full of zeal and activity, and great good .

I.. T. CC/OI,EY. our own people to make at almost any ha been done for the cause of Christ
season of the year and many who have !Mr Goodell I* much beloved by our people SIMON HAMBERG
long wished to visit Nassau will embracethe : whose good-will 1 and prayer go w ithhim
For Mur.slinl niul Collector. opportunity I to do so. which It seems to his new field of labor, Genuine Bargains ,

Is now about to be afionied.We A very pleasing feature of DrotherHoodell'lI (Successor to Geo. B. Rumph.)
thereby announce myself as a candi can now understand: one of the work here was a series of popular
for the office of Marshal and object for the lecture upon the Holy Land based
constructing ocean pierat MELBOURME JENSEN WEST PALM
Collector of the Town of Tltusville, and Palm Beach and when it Is demon. upon personal knowledge of the subject IN HEAL ESTATE. T1TUSY1LLE, BEA
place myself In the hands the voters. If strafed that the Nassau steamer can gained by him In many months of travel
le-elected, I will, an heretofore attend land passengers: with safety on the Flor- and study In the east. Where will be found a first-class stock ofGents' _
strictly to the duties appvitalnlng to the.above I). L. ELL No. 1. Twelve acres of hammock
ida coast at Palm Beach It Is a'so
otHce. HKXIIY T. TiTt-8. very probable that the Morgan, JIalloryami Supt. Pics. S. S., & Piln. City fcchool. :'front land at on Sharpes Indian pOlltofficeJ'about runs back 300 fee to Furnishing Goods, Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Fnrni

Ward lines will also I touch at the
road has It a house of six:
.
county ; upon
now famous tourist resort which Mr. -- -- AND MILLINERY
Flagler ha established. Any Piece of CalicoOn rooms almost new; cost of house'l.UUU; ,

Notice. The: distance: between Palm Beach and jam, stable outbuildings .etc. Has a By-: GROCERIES AT MELBOURNE. All at Lowest Cash Price
of 600 large bearing trees In fine
Nassau Is In the Florida Citizen our counter next Monday for 5 grove
given as condition; before the freeze and will soon A tine line of !Mattings and Carpets at astonishingly prices. A few I I'
All Indebted to the late firm 150 miles but It Is, In fact, fully 180 cents pcryard, formerly 7} cents trial will all
persons recover and bear good crop. Remainderof Carriages below cost Give me a treat you right along the line
of Moilow & Wagoner 111 please call miles. The running time between the SIMON IlAMtlKKO.: land cleared and Is of best quality for Titusvllle J. R. Walker
two points I III estimated at twelve pouts S. II. Ray will serve you at ; at Melbourne Chas
oral settle their with ,
accounts H. L.
up/ vegetable farm. This property was holi Miller at West Palm Beach, and Geo. E. Coon at Jensen.
I.I jMutlow, at Lesley & 1t"Dllker'lIl1aloon. but we doubt whether It can be made: ) in will sell today
For Sale. firm at $0,000\ one year ago; -
less than fifteen hours
two three
or
102 ;
for ilJMOOj; $1,000 cash and f2,2X:
hours however Is a small matter. It
Is very probable the United State mails The yacht hello; in good condition, : may remain on mortgage. This is i a
To Leave. most desirable place for a home. good
will also bo sent to Nassau via Palm Fred S. Chaffee & Co
I Beach. having just had a now bottom and been I location, clone to piwtofHce, school
overhauled. Gasoline stove on board. rliiirrli. etc. and In a nice neicliboi hood. -
A new building 20x30 feet capacity: LATHI KVM.OPMr.NTS.. also plates, cups, etc., and, In fact most The bare;; ; land!alone is almost worth the
with a tine now 15-hoi: 'He-power! engine The steamship line between the pierat of the things! needed on such a hOlt for price asked. AF-FEE
:\IulUne of shafting; all complete with Palm head Florida and Nassau the cruising. Will sell for #1>0 cash. For FRED S. C TITUSYILLE FU
steam: power from Ice factory boiler. capitol of the Bahamas Is an attained full partlculais concerning the boat, address No. 2. Thirty acre tract with house Registered Pharmacist. ,
\Voullllku to lease same for some manufacturing fact. Below we publish the official an- Capt. I' Nelson, Titusville. If of eight rooms artesian well large portion -
purpose. For further Infor- nouncement In the form of a letter from you wish to purchase the lent after cleared etc. ; adjoins hotel property A Complete Assortment of
Jiiation apply to or addressT. Henry M. Flagler, of the Florida East teaming particulars: write C. H. Walton at Sarno near Eau Gallie. The lam:

T. WKTMOKK, Coast Line, to Jos. Richardson his gen- Titusvillo, Fla. alone Is worth more than price we quote. PURE DRUGS and Sundri
iOJ Tltusville, FU.; oral passenger agent. Whatever Mr. .I.l0.: : The owner refused fci.OOO a year -** Druggists
Flaglur does U usually done well. It Is ago. He must sell without (delay, and
---- so In the present instance lIe has not Bargain Day haM authorized us to take $2,250; $1;:.;0 -3 3 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude :<
For Sale. cash balance remain on mortgage.No. : .
Sloop bought a tub but one of the very best may
steamers for the route luxuriantly furnished ::f We give prompt and careful attention to all mail ordeis.
At Simon Tlambeig's Monday for
;;: 3. One hundred and thirty-six
For sale Irene 40ft.xUftj'
sloop ; :ii.VI! feet lung with a speed of
and calico.
gingham ) .
'tion.ew.0 n n'lgl'' 1$ :..17-1 sails OU; ; head-loom In first-class In condi cabin.I- eighteen run from knot Palm an Beach hour to Nassau This means In less a and 85-100 acres of of land a mile at water New River.Threequarters front. = We want your trade. Give us a tri!

Kent trade} Notice.All Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and
party or boat .of her size on than twelve hours the distance being
the rUi-r. Price, 40000. Apply toE only 1'O miles 8 of section 13, township 50, south of Choice Line of Cigars Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfun,
42 east. Price $1,000 for the ,
C. It. Tyndall Waveland, or Capt. Mr. Flagler has nothing to announce members of the Indian River Guard range whole tract or less than $7.50 acre Toilet articles Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.BRaA .
per ;
Peter Nelson Titusvllle Fla., where she as to Cuban Jamaica or South American are requested to be at the armory on -- -- -
will take $10 acre in fortyacre
may bo seon. tf line this winter but the closing para- Tuesday night next the :20th lust., for or wo believe per
tracts. We a purchaser
graph of his letter has a ring which the I purpose' of being measured for the can sell this land and double his IB.Groceries L. :c Y.,
sound as If something further may be new uniforms.
Fancy Pineapple Slips and Suckers expected In the way of steamship lines money as soon as steamers begin
to run through the canal next Grain Garden Seed Fertilize
For Sale. the winter after next. December. We own this land ourselves Hay
I ,
Florida) East: Coast Railway but need money to develop other
"Edyptlnn Queen" and "Abbakas." Office of the President, INDIAN RIVER TONSORIAL enterprises hence otter it at a price I call the Attention of the People of Indian River toimy( Stock of

to .Ii MATTII.UIII New York October 1(1( 'O>. sale. this .
Apply nl"a'K : which will insure early Buy Stnplc l' Oi'oooricM 1/ .
c ,
The Palm leach Piner y, Joseph Richardson Esq., general passenger .) PARLOR. laud and double your money. Jinoy
West Palm Iteach Fla. agent: And Food PT'Ol11C'he
"... Sir-Mr J R Parr..tt lan.la" m 0 EASY SHAVES....... Nn. .... The north thrce-foujths of Of All Kinds. Also My Stock-----of- -
your AI letter written'to'ai on the 12th southeast quarter of section 7, and of
Hair In Latest
For Sale. inst., relative to steamboat service be- Cutting Stjles. lot 4 of section 8, In township 38, south Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Mca
I FRED GEM :, Proprietor, ,
tween Palm Beach and Nassau. of range 41 east containing 150: acres.
i Smooth Cayennebbaka and Golden You are authorized to say that we Titusville, Kla. This tract has a large frontage on the Ground Food and Wheat.I .
I Queen pineapple suckers orange lemon Intend) to begin the service about the St. Lucie River two miles from the rail am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above I IGoo"lI. n

and grape fruit trees YOtlnalllltrawoorry Pith of January: and) to run a fist-class -- road crossing. Price $15 per acre. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and in
plants and umbrella: trees. steamer at least: once a week. In the CHOICE = your patronage Very truly
JAI MOTT, of the No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township DB..A.D
height season we expect to run l L.
Oilnudo Nursery oftener and the ship will probably make 37, south range 41 east, containing 77
Orlando, FU. shot excursions among the Bahama \s..) Pineapple Plants. acres. This tract has a quarter of a
C mile front on the St. Lucie River at
Islands after arrival at Nassau.If : .
we had been willing to accept an In large or small Quantities. Stuart Station. l'rlce.35 per acre. DUREN & FEASTS
For Salt or Kent,
ordinary steamer we should have had No.6. A tract of twenty-ono acrlI.fronting ,
one selected long since but we desire Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka, at Ewanton
on Biscayne Bay
Five and a half acres land south point : to make the service equal to the bust Envlllu City, Golden VarlegatedSmooth Queen Heights one mile south of Cocoanut
Prince Albert
,
John's IsUnd near Reams poHlolHce: transatlantic service and are giving/ a Grove. Price $5,000.: This price may
three acres cleared and lenldence on good deal of time, thought and attentionto Rothschild Cayenne, Charlotte seem high but If you will try to buy any GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Francis H, Leggett & C
Riplcy Queen,
the land. the ship whose namo we hope to be Jamaica Riplcy.jy land fronting on Biscayne Hay In good
(}. F. PADKISOX, able to announce within a week or ten location will
"' you get your eyes opened
Eau (Uallie FU. days.: At present our attention Is turned : Order (dellvert promptly as to prices asked In that section. This Fine Groceries.raits

to a very fine steamert hat came out last OHL.\M till.trt: oil FRUIT CO., tract Is the only desirable parcel we .

spring, 2.0 feet iu length luxuriously C. S. VAN IIOUTEX, Treas. (have left fronting on Biscayne Bay.
For Sale.A furnished), with a speed of eighteen Correspondence! solicited. Orlando Fla. The price asked $ .OO.() will yield us a and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all ki
knot hour, now plying In Canadian
per I fair profit and we are satisfied that

I'. full line of budded orange lemon water. nothing similar can be had at a much CROCKERY GLASS AND TINWARE -
A* far all Cuba Jamaica South America
This tract will doubtbe
higher price. no
and thuds grape throe to fruit five trees feet, straight on sour thrifty roots, etc.,that are concerned question this we winter.are not. considering PINEAPPLE SLIPS.,,,. sold within a few weeks. :: iT Agents for Williams A; Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited

true to o'lIIe.: clear of Insect or diseaseof Truly I No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres Very Truly JDvuron. cb: Fonsto
low lO thAJUR.
kind for first-class
any ; prices s= AND SUCKERS close to the depot and post office at Mal-
stock. Trees packed In boxes, and
President.
house with and lower
abar.
Large
freight) paid to Titus\IH on all orders upper 8. WILHVR, ITett. 8. G. VANLANDINGHAM, 8..... *; T"
vetanda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms In
..,13110: ) twos and upwards, to be "ullver lI ;
FOR SALE
fair repair beautiful river front lawn
.Ly Doc. ):Itb. Official Ketnrns.TJTWVILLK etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100 niCENIX MILLS LUMBER CO.,

Address AV. F. laze :, FLA., Oct. 18, '03. Of( the Following large seedling trees 7,000 pineapples.This TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
will make a nice home for anybody.
East Fla. Nurseries The Board of County Commissioners I Egyptian Queen Good neighborhood. Price only $1250.00. Incorporated October, 4-8ucceuors to R. Itanton Co.

Drayton Island met in special session. Members present i Lath Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lum
FU. : \Vm. H. Sharpe, chairman; J. Men I II Smooth Cayenne, No. 8. We offer tract known as "AsJ
del F. T Budge; A. A. Stewart clerk: VARIETIES : i Golden Queen plnwall" containing about 100 acres In Kept constantly on hand. Also special bill of Ceiling Flooring and unman
lumber dressed to order. all I v'
J. E. Bowman, sheriff. section 14, township( 27 south range 37 Barrel head and cover and cypress tanks of
Atlanta Exposition.: The Board met for the purpose of can Envuie City. east. Beautiful, large front on peninsular I made a. called for All Kinds 01 Mouldings, Tamed and Scroll W0ICClllty.
vassing the return of the special election 1// at mouth of Banana River. One
Mrs. Wm. M. Teahen of St. Augustine held on the 8th day of October of most prominent points and prettiest One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many years' experie

who U well known along the Indian 1<*'.>:\ under Chapter 4445:, Laws of Florida ttl/- Orders now taken. All first- coves on the river. Splendid site for : 10 that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the construct.
Jliver, ha rented Angler Villa, 171 ) to authorize the county of Brevard winter residences. Very deep water and building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms aa
t, Angler avenue Atlanta Ga., where to Usue bond for the purpose of constructing class plants, and early delivery. Applyto close to shore. The beat bargain ever the most satisfactory manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere
ahe will be glad to see her old good road C. offered. Price\ $.} O.Oi about $17.50
county C. MATTHAMS, ,2'> or Correspondence and Patronage Solicit*
friends. This house Is located In the We find from a careful canvas of the per acre. Was held at $!10,(>uO two years I
best section of the city, and Is only five return of all the precinct, except 17 In Florida Pineapple Co., ago.

minutes walk from the Exposition which no election wa held that the West Palm Beach, Fla.
ground*-electrlo ears passing every ten whole number of vote cat were 624 NOTE-The above descriptions will LUMBER !

minutes Parties four and upwardscan Vote cast for bond . . 224: enable customers to locate the several

get very reasonable rates. Against bond .. .. Bid! properties very closely by examiningone
Write for terms and secure rooms at Mutilated and thrown out by In- of the J., St. A. t I. R. R'y conv

I once. Rate from |7 per week. pector' . 27 any's railroad maps but we will be And House Mater!
send \ Building
Making a majority against the Issuing pleased to special maps on a Urge

of bonds . . 20 scale, on application to parties who
AVhere to Stop In Atlanta. We further find that the Fort Drum mean business and Intend to buy If they Sash Doors and Blinds Brick Lime Cement Nails a
,
find such
certificate read that the whole number caD a bargain as they w ant.ROBBIXS ,

of vote cast were: A GKVHAM Co., fact a complete stock of everything "",'
.}II''. Clary, sister to Miss O. F. Linn For bond. . ... .. . 00 Builders' Hardware.In <'
IboUi well known In Tltusville and other Against bond . . 14 Tltusville Fla. building a house. Estimates furnUheG.
'place on Indian River ba opened a We hereby certify that the above canvass F. PAD DISON,
boarding house at 130 Ivy street Atlanta I I. correct EAU GALLIE. FU'KU'V
just one block from the Peachtree W. II. SUARPE Chtu'n. I
car to exposition. In the heart of the J. MKNDKL. -

oU)'. Terms, f:100 per day. Write and F. T. BfiHii. .

secure room Ga. at once. 130 Ivy street 01 It. I Watch Your Watch iIf I *
Atlanta To the Voter of Titimlllei e. *##

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Knowing that name ha been placedon it needs cleaning or pairing, have It done snd
Watch our Jtargaln, Counter the ticket for my alderman of the townof best then you will have time by the forelock. One of the
repairer In In
TUutville to: be voted for at the election and florid charge of that departmentnow

Monday, the 28th InsL Will sell 10, on Oct. 8Mb, I respectfully ask my The tadlas. River a very attr.etivs at 'r.point, .pmesdld lime cut.III: : queialtt work guaranteed .
A3 and 15 cent for 8 cent friend not to vote for me, a* I would 5451.1.1 W rln.ai'md.s, and oth.r Fruit..sad s tuat.d a Astons,.f.&o: ..wtt eriet'r.ts4 AXTHOXY BROS.
per R.rmu ,,., The .., .
ginghams J.,Be. A..5. I. 11. 8', RU IbNla' the property, III&kiq 11I11'I'ID, Um. ,
)ard. Don't not serve if elected. aulU1-a. For parUtI&I&... addr.a the ewes,.

SIMON IIAMBERO. II. P. PADDUOiT. AKTHl'K D. rCRKIXS, Mw Haves. C.... Pranch Store at West Palm Beach TITUSYILLE: FLA.




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