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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: November 1, 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: UF00079909:00155
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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L11No. 12. TITUSVILLE, FL V., FRIDAY NOV. 1 1895. Price:: 5c.LOCAL {

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NEWS Ilcnil This Column Carcfull. -It Is stated that the storm of the -Mr. G F. Duren now rides the Tin larkuo 3Iiiril Casts Till TOWN .":CTIOS'.

2ht of October blew nearly all the water (Cleveland wheel formerly owned by Mr. 1

General Interest. TUB EA > the out of the bay at Lemon City. E. It. Wager.
d Top1 c" IK CI.OTIIISO STORE In A special term of the Circuit court The result of the election for town

ADVOCATB brick building, Titusville -Mr. C. T. McCnrty, the popular Capt. A. W Rule will IK- another i las Wen ordered for Lake county on officers' last Monday, we think, was a J

are the leading clothiers on the Kant manager of White City, was in town a candidate fur the office of sheriff of Biev.nd he second Monday. In January for tho1'.ckwoollIIlIrIt'r lten"ralllul'Irllle[ to everybody and even t

Coast of }'IorldWatch: their ads on day or two this week. county at the next election.Mr. case. to the leaders of the successful side. 'j

this and other pages, anti do not fail : who has been The ADVOCATE: disclaims credit for '
any
Stanley Jones
to give them a trial. -The Avera Grocery Co. moved Into
weeks visit to St. laving taken part In bringing about the ;
its new quartet, one door north of 'apt. ipendingsever.il, on a On Condemnation Suits.
Fischer's Lode, returned to town Saturday Inst. rl''lIlt. and while we do not wish to detract I
23T- JOn PRINTING at this office. confectionery store, esterday from the efforts of those who 1
--The hind has another member- Dr. W. S. Graham left hero. 'I'n,,'-
--It Is more than probablo that there worked so quietly and vet so persistently I
will lie of schedule the Julian Wilson who will play an alto I lay morning, for various down-ilver to win refrain fiont
Advertisement thin first a change on we cannot sajlngthat a
jy on ( ) horn In the place. of Mr. I. E. Mann behaving points, wheio ho has gone In connection
about the 4th inst. doubt much whether '
Flagler
Railway on or we they
and very
page: are ten cents pal line le1'\\'I.'l'k. left with 1'1I1"I..mlll\t1I11! suits for the Flagler i
; town.A
are continued from week to "'l'l'kllIleM Look out for it. lie is expected homo tuuluurItiw would have been successful but for the
liaitwav.
others iso oidered Reading notices new road w ill shoi-tly be opened Australian ballot. The result of lie
on Contractor Louis' McLnin. who is (Sittuidav ). In the party RiO also
any page but the first, are five c.'ntlll'er building the extension of the FlaglerRailway along the river front from Haidectille Messrs( Hurciilicl, M.'I"Itlan.1 Fioseher! Hind question, as well as the town eleo- I j
line each intuition.ClF to Cocoa This will bo a gi eat boon to lon last Monday must convince everyfairminded
rw'e Is said to be quite \ill at his Tht'Y4'1'" nt Tll'mantm! : Tuesday, Grant I.
the people! In that section.Vlccpieniclcnt man of the gieat: superiorityif
residence south of West Palm B.'acl"Tho anti
I Wednesday; Woodley, vesteid.iy: the Australian ballot system over the ,
The Anvot'ATK he had .J. R. 1'auott and) will reach Jensen to-day or to-moiiow
: may at Melbourne Times editor says he method foimerly In VOI:"'". We must .
Dr. fecieven'it and Snpt. H. '1'. lofT have been on nn inspection ((Satuid.t) moining.Anotlirr .
I'1M drug stoic Mrs. Emma kept out of the last road campaign,: but not IH understood as Intimating that
e Eaton's: news stand, ;)1'. per copy. if the light, Is renewed next year ho expects trip over the Flagler/ road, this week thl'l'e'oul,1 have. been any fi'and practiced ,

to take a luau: .) in favor of bonds. going: as far as West Palm teach. "'t'cIIIIIIJC.Th"I'e ;. last Monday but for the new style

Another minstiel entertainment of ballots" persuasion intimidation and
a
WB have knee pants In 1\1I1117.I'M, at curprlefngly When visit Jacksonville
low piIccH. Eagle; Clothing you you which will bo a big Improvement on was a suipiiso In stole" for the hack of secrecy would',however, have had:
hotel
will find the
: Geneva on l'orsytlustreet
More one of the most comfortable ittibest.ciuiptcti the last ouo, will I.., given on l>ec. 17th residents of New Smyin. on SI'tllnllY: thus effect of making tho result much
by l Craven's Band. Save a few of your h'Mt. for :Mr. W. 1'. ShrY'H'knll known difleient."
hotels in the It. I'
city. Tiy ,
nickels and lie on hand.Mr. \. and popular\ IItll..e-k"I'I'r| ,. withabiide We cannot help expressing our regretFor

LADIES' shirt waUt.i of good, percale for -Mi" K: I.. Brady ret m'tied home on Mr. Sbrock, It appeals, went Dr. Wilson, personally. I He only
7.*, cents at Kline's; worth tl.:!.'>. Siituidly: night last after an enjoyable] I.. S.n
"' I lID CaSIi flt aIvertIcIIeult9, I visit\. Opelika, Ala. ; and Atlanta, where enjoying about two weeks' visit at the whilo at Chilstenson ho married Miss villo at the urgent tequrst of the writer '

Vnwnhant.I iteving. hi'I liruohlnithi Uflf'V -twill* business av along Foil lint class: shoemaking and repairingcall he was much pleased with the exposition. Atlanta Exposition.: relumed had to CH'UYt'Mtt'r.Iy. ;\ Pearl E. DavIs: n charming young lady: some five years ago: and has held tho i
Mo said ho most
: : a 1lu'M'IUlt .
4 |ii.hliiilt''iiti| the "ra\... on J. A. Daughteiy, at Mr.( Xolle'llohliltand. who resided In New Smyma: for sometime office continuously ever since, making a
time while on his vacation. with the Ills( defeat is not the r
Titusville, Fla. The AHVOCATK joins good mayor. te-
Mr. Wm. Helm West Palm Reach
Mrs f'airoll of New Smyrn:,, left has- killed and mounted,, a whitetaileddeer -I Hotel! Coquina, Ormond Iteacli, under many lends of the above happy couple, stilt of 1r80nalla'k 1 of popularity.: The t
You can find a grand assoitnient of the management! of Messis. Seiner AVlnlng In wishing them a long I life of unalloyed: moment had aiiivod' when the peoplo
,r"est, Palm Beach on Monday. that will bo placed: : on exhibiton at
boy's and children's knee pants units, with I'wf. ('has. i iI is undergoing a thoiough lenovation bliss and happiness. felt that a complete change,: was uueeas.sary
J. 11. bams, of Coot tot Augustine, together for the lieu and the went down with tho .
-County Supt. at the Eagle: Clothing; Stole. B. collection of cuilus.Mr. ele opening: season, w mayor
|JT, vat ID town Monday. I Cory's will be some time this month. Cloning of the Tit 11",11I4' Weatherlliireau rest of the edifice. We know very little',
I John Anderson, of the film of personally, of the new marshal, but (
-Mr( J, O. Walton I U expected home. Va: now have money to loan In sums to Anderson & Price, hotel Oimond, has Dame Rumor says that Mr. Cliailes OIU(.... those who know him best claim that ho

01.1) (rum bill visit to the Atlanta exKiiiun suit an approved real estate M4.'CIII'lty.Semi left Mount Plea-tant House In the White Goodyear, of New Yolk, Urge: piopeity Is a man of courage,: and high Integrity
: : in your applications. Robbins: owner on Indian River will shortly havea and he make offi
Mountasn, for Portland, Me., here he will no doubt a good
, hall bad the Graham Co. 100-room hotel erected at Waynesville, Telegraph Instructions have been leceivcd -
-r Simon Hamberg will stay for a short while.Mr. cer. Mr. Anthony the new rlcik, Is
1 Iwittnat woik on bin Titusvllle stole a lioautiful mountainous legion: of \orth by Observer J. K.: Lanoiiette, of well and favorably known and I fully J

,ulJilljt: this week. Out stock of octagon bean crates will and I Mrs. R. R. McCormick and Carolina. this place to closo the Titusvillo Weather competent to discharge the duties of his
Mr. and Mis. W. F. McCormick Bureau station at the Indian mvt'rhoh.I It
be on hand November Int. Your : are now Lord Paiker who visited Indian office with entire satisfaction to his con
-
II -Quite a number tl our Indian River in Philadelphia, after a delightful timeIn but for what reason be does not
older solicited. Waiehouses at Titus River several occasions Ith his wife stituents. I
have visited the Atlant exposi- on
|widnt8 Canada. They will return to Biscaynu know. The older came from" Chief Willis
the few weeks yule, Eau Gallic and Jensen. (I. F. for the purpose' of hunting, has just diedIn We tiust that the party which oiganIzed -
during past Bay some time this month.Mr. Moore, of Washington, I). C., anti I Mr. and conducted It
Paddison.LAPIKS' England. They male Eau Gallio the last campaign
-MiM Valentine of Tillman passed -- Geo. F. Paddison, Eau Gallie'n their stopping place on some occasions. Lanouetto obeyed Instructions by cloning so successfully will not rest on their oars, 1

I Lwngh here Tuesday en route to Lake and.children's cloaks of popular lumber merchant, has been on a lIe was the son of Eail of Macclcsllcld. the office last night. but that having the town government

uDntain Palk, Me., where she has gone the latest capes styles at astonishingly low trip to Bisca>ne Bay. Capt. It. P. Pad This sudden move on the part of tho In their bands, will not only do their i
-Mr. and Mis. ('has. Merrill passed thief of the Weather Bureau Is much regretted
1OKllOolMr
: dison has been looking after his attn'sbusiness duty in their official capacity, but that
Kline's.MoNkV. .
f prices at through, Titusvillo] Wednesday, en route by our townspeople\ and we welfare
work the
whim ho south they will to promote
and Mrs. Woodall, of West Palm _. was their will stir
------ from Kansas City, Mo., to have no doubt It cause quite a Now
of the town In possible
I:inch who have been spending some : Wo want money to loan on first -Supt. C. n. Knott of the East: Coast home at Tropic Mis. Men 111 said it among our Indian River fanners, who Is the time to organize every a board way.of trade,

]:i aea Atlanta, teturned home Tuesday real estate mortgages. Ten percent hotels-Ponce do Leon, Cordova, A lea- was rather waim on ludian River to have derived much benefit from the and the and liourd of aldermen

I \111 flee of all expenses to lender. Gauldeu zar, Oimond, Poinclana and Palm Beach what it wa in Kansas C'i(ity. wainlngs sent out from this station. should take mayor a pait In the org
.Mr( K i Sciimgeour has made con- & Sanders Titusvillo and \\ est Palm Inn-returned from New York to St. -Editor E V. Blackman of the Cocoa Mr. Lanouctto during tho several of such or similar institution. ,

iVrable! ) improvements upon lila proper- Beach Florida.To Augustine on Monday.The and Rockledgo: News our office yoais he ban had charge of the Titusville We are pleased to note that the
,: gave
and station has attended to hilts duties to
fronting on Washington avenue -
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officers take the matter goodnaturedly
Times-Union "Wairen call Wednesday. lIe said defeated
on
: : a pleasant
says
Hit: itreet and he to have thou letter. Ha Is a most painstaking
1 appeals LT fine brick( stoic the AnvoCATK which Is evidence
a in always
F. Leland, proprietor of the Windsor his paper ill doing much I better than he course
'>3i 'mti the of reliable officer and we question if Chief
| (f raising poultry a ,
upon block Titusvillo. Excellent location and level lieaded-
hotel, returned yesterday from a short expected. We are pleased to learn this, ol good senso
"'r; ncalcSi Mooio could find a butter man. We
Possession may be had at visit to Ormond. Mr. Leland Is delighted and wish his paper' continued success.
U li Matheson, of Sault St. once. Apply to Robbins A Giaham with Indian River country and says: it trust the chief of the Woflthei Bureau ness.Now that there has been a clean sweepIn
C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, -We ate pleased' to say that Miss will rescind his order and that )1 r. the arlMell-
Lit Mich late proprietor of the InJa or is beautiful. town polities, question
Jeannette [Paddison who has been ill Lanouetto will still remain Ith us. lie
Titusville.TIVIM October
What Is to next
River hotel Titusville met in going happen
I (flattanooga ADVOCATE was -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will arrivein with the dengue fever for the past weekor Is looking for further I Instructions by In county matters ? Echo answers,
by an reporter
Titiisvllle next week and he Is ninth better, and I was able to boup mall from Washington, as to his futuie
lluutrk He said it was too cold for : AUK HARD and you cannot affordto expects so, what ? It will IK time enough for the
to hold services at St. Gabriel's churchon yesteiday. Miss i Jeannetto Is a assignment etc.Death .
general
'! lose Insure againstfire that
J everything. to subject
:I in Michigan, and he was on his way ; : newspapers speculate on
| oJhluonvllle and 1>aytona.It cyclones and accident with HALL Sunday, Nov. Kith. Mr. and Mrs. favorite in town, and her inimeiousfriends when the days begin to get: hot neat
of Titusville Fla., Brown expect to leave Baltimore on are glib' to learn shut III on the
WKIUHT representing of Alrx. Cooper. year.
strikes us very forcibly that Day- the Liverpool A- London & Monday next. road to recovery. The following was the result! of the
I !
tan got an exceedingly pushing citizen Globe, the Old Hartford and other -Mr. Jas. E. Ingraham has returned election after the closing ol the polls:
I 'to they aecured Col. O. S. Porter as a leading companies. tf On to Miami. Many of our readers! will regret to
from his
to St. to
Iwidrnr" We trust that the Daytona Augustine trip learn that Mrs. Chas. Cixiper, who resided latH MAIOU.W. I

I /l'Jr1> V appreciate his efforts to Improve Miami. Mr. Ingraham Is said to be The right-of-way for the Flagler Rail here for some timu with her brother -. )t. Brown 75 vote*
I aDd build up that delightful little town GFXTH' stiffs, and all shapes and colors quite a hustler in his department not. way has been cut as fas as M Miami which Nell Clune, anti her husband, died of B. K. WilauQ'I I a
\ ith. Halifax river. In Alpine hats, at the Eagle ClothingStore. withstanding the fact that he has beenon will be the terminus for the above rail. consumption at her homo In "Soirento

the sick list for some time past.Mr. way. Bv the end of January, it Is more Flit, on Thuisday O't. :24lh. lutceustaiheaves I roH Al.llKIIUlLN.

'.en 1 Pass Agent Joseph Richard- C. C. Lhlllingwortb, of West than probable this road 1 will 1m finished, a husband and two thildien : E. L. Brady 81Hi .it.
, | certainly' studies the welfare of his as Contractor McLuIn is pushing It for- and to her loss. A R. F. Hall . .
here
Palm Beach passed through Saturday boy gill I mourn .
I '* for -Dr. J. B. Screven has been at West GUdwInR. .7:1.:
! |.anj be is ever on the move, ward S1. N.
rapidly
slioit time Mrs. went to .
his to Cooper t-
Washington .
last on way ago )
Wang: Palm Beach this week. i'
| { around I in the Interest of the C. Scrlmgoour .r.I:
Mich. look after her
r.cida: D. C., and Now York on a few weeks'vacation. Marquette, to lrull-|
East Coast Railway. Vlce-Pres- -Senator: Call was expected here yesterday lIe will visit the Atlanta Where IN Cubit llo ? erty and caught a bad cuM. whldlturllt'.1 row MAKAflAUL.
nt :g
tub.-* Pai-rott: and Mr. Richardson seem but he failed to arrive. Exposition on his way home. Into rapid consumption. Although T. Coodey -----------7(1 ..

I always on the look-out for any- Capt. Bcnj. Hogg J of Wavcland left In deaf and dumb, tiie del-eased II. 'C. 'fltU' . .. .4} ..
that will tend to Improve and add -Mr. S. F. Gray has been spending a -Mr. Budinot Pritchard returned to his schooner for the Bahamas via Santa lady was always (If a most bright and

, I'\bt\ exchequer of their railway. day or so Jacksonville this week. Titusville on Tuesday after his trip to Lucia Inlet, on October 7th and has not joyful dlsjiosltlon, and quite II favorite "UK TOWN ct.FoRK ASH TKKASIKEK.

Mr and Mrs. J. D. Price well known -Mr. R. F. Hall is having his officeson several places In Georgia, including the been heard from since.. It III feared his with all who knew her. II. J. Anthony .(W "

wthwi connection with Hotel Ormond Hutchinson avenue painted and gen Atlanta Exposition, where he says he yacht may have Ixten wrecked in the !hll. C'H'llttr| was :2i'!; years of age, and J. W. Rogers 47 "

lit j-aln snugly ensconced In their erally Improved.Mr. had a grand time. lIe stopped off at gale of Oct. :21st! and :.!,'IIIal"t.\ Hogg's: the oldest of seven children all\ of whom rOK TAX ASSMftOK.
Jacksonville and Osteen on his way family and friends tire very anxious as to dead. Her last surviving 1'l'ltI"r. ..
retty
are P43.4r15 :
cottage on the banks of the Hall- L. C. Oliver has: sold one of his S. G. Yanlaudingham
tat live They have been spending the launches to Burkhardt Bros., who home. his safety. Neil Clinic, died about I It months ago InTitusvillo
easer at Hotel Mount Pleasant In the fine -A New Smyrna correspondent says :: where he camo fur his health. :,( Tilt: e.i.s.t-ruus.
(**) for it.
L,1":* Mountains of New Hampshire. paid "Joe Ross killed a boar last: Thursday Arrival of :H r. i'lagler. lIe was quite fivoiite: of the boys In On the night of the election Craven'

: *I ''Ormond will probably open about -Mr. H. M. Papworth, a prominent weighing :#10 pounds. Joe U: a good town and his death was much levelled.Death Indian River Band In honor of the
I .1"Hh ,>f January resident of Sanford was In town a dayor shot. There were seventeen hunters In Mr. H. M. Flagler an-Ived at the Ter- the event renduied several crvditabl

week. He also visited Cocoa Two-thirds of them had minal Station Jacksonville Wednesday and
so this the party. a "selections both In thu open air
I1 -II,u.r. ", Walton who has been on and West Palm Beach. shot at bruin but when it came Joe'i morning from New Yoiklu his privatecar of .Mr, 1'alne. I)ira house which were greatly enjoyedby

, 1oth*? triP to the mountains of has been turn to shoot the bear was 'meat In the and left at once by a special( train the people. After playing In frontof
I Carolina and Tennessee and also -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins, who pot.' for St. Augustine. Mr. Flagler was accompanied MI'.. J. M. Paine, widow of thus late' the AHVOCATK office for a while the I
the Atlanta Exposition returned on a visit to the Atlanta exposition returned by a party of friends who Sr. and I mother iH James '
Jainoii
Paine <
"'" band, with about > of our citizens
well
on Saturday afternoon last. lie to Titusville on Tuesday -Mr. Charles; Magruder: of Brantiey will make a tour of the East: Coat with anti Thomas Paine and Mrs. Minor H. to the house whuer.rtifrishtnente
eja the exposition is a grand success, pleased with what he saw. He says It Is (Merritt's Island), Fla., Is spending a him. He expects to be In the stale several Jones died at St. Jude on Monday adjourned and Opera "
liberally
lid Idvillel all well worth a second trip to see the ex few under Dr. (i. S. Worlejr's treat cigars were
those who have not yet days weeks at least and will\ upend the evening and was buried In the family supplied\ to all. Speeches by the successful
"* to pay It a visit. It ,. certainly hibits. ment. Mr. Magruder says that the orange greater portion of hU tlinu upmlnieud- graveyard on Wednesday.. Mn Paine candidates of the election and

'or-Ja::! Seeing I and is drawing immense Mr. A. Lawson of Blu'efields, W. V., trees are all doing finely and that log the oK'nlnll..t his hotels In St. was 7.) years old and died of heart fail\ others of our esteemed town and county
Iwdll the
: his
winter In
wf late.Kv was In Roseland examining the Sebastian with a good people Augustine and nt Palm jieach all of ure. Father O'Boyle, the Catholic I liastor officers singing\ and the sweet playingby
will be the setback
I ;: \y x. Mulford and wife of river for a suitable place to start an caused section last nearly winter's over freeze.TlmeloUnion. wIdth will be opened Imtween this and at Tltusvlllfl, who Is a warm friend the band were the order of thw

L. ". Y. passed through here Mon- oyster hatchery. He was pleased with by the 1st of December.. -Metrojtolis. of the family olJIclaU-d\ at the grave. occasion, and served to while away what
$7o" said It was suitable. He _- --- She to Indian River from Charleston .
their way to their winter home the place and came was pronounced a most enjoyable time.Craven's
C Palm Beach. They stopped off at finds that everyone wants too much for -Mr. and Mrs. W. II Harris of }:Eden ( taii.v A traj', M. C., In 1H.-.7. She was a Presbyterian Band Is already a valuable

a 7tot from Saturday until Monday land and this has prevented his locatingat who have been spending the summer al and distinguished herself by musical acquisition to the town and we

5Ottlng. for the purpose of viewing several points which suited him. Zanesvillo 0., stopped over In Jacksonville A trunk flat top bound with a new, services to the sick In the great yellow trust that all of our citizens: will\ al.lln

:u ffjtty little town which everyone from Saturday until Monday en thick rope, knotted on top and underneath feverepldenilo In Charleston years before keeping It up

?nr7eb lln>lw.. Mr. and Mrs. Muenyflerous )- -Dr. F. W. Craven, the dentist and route home. Mrs. Harris brought a ; name and address on cover sod the war. She richly merited the encomium -- -

l friends will gladly wet l* also the popular leader of Craven's Indian a cook hack with her She expects several "C. Ii. W. on side of trunk. Itequested paid her by Clerk Stewart on the Off ii Cruise.Messrs. .
on
, ..'-t them to Lake Worth they are River Band Is now located In the lady friends to visit her this winter. baggage master at Atlanta depot on street when he heard of her death that
..."U .ltuntet!. as east side of the law office of Mr. R. F. They visited the exposition en route U I I'rldarmornlolt. Oct. :21! to check trunk "she was never so happy as when ministering .

Hall on the north side of Hutchlnson Indian River. to Titusville Fla.. over Southern )t.I.. to the want and comforts of Chi... W. and A. C. Urowuilgg

")taw t.flie: R. Merrill, who has charge avenue near the Indian River hotel way Fla. Central 4 Peninsular Ry. sri'l those around her." The deceased lady arrived In town from Orlando on Monday

public school at Jensen i Is deL -- Dr. Craven's rooms have been nicely Gen'l I'..... Agent Joseph Richard' Fla. East Coast Ry., but another person's was well known and highly respectedby for the I.urpt01 fitting out their

,.ui -ith her present location and fitted op and he will be pleased attend son, has gone to Washington, D. C., U I trunk arrived Its place. all with whom she came In contact yacht &11". On Wednesday three more

L't-w the people of that neighborhood those needing his service either In attend a meeting of the general passenger Will baggage masters and station and her death Is very much deplored by gentlemen arrived from the above city

'a mong the mom hospitable U has town or from outside. His charges are agents of the different railways that: agents please .oI.1: It up and return to her hosts of friends along the East Coast& and all have gone on a cruise down In-

,a? <*en her lot to meet. She has a very reasonable, and good work Is his are Interested in the Southern tourisl: the owner, Chas. Walton, Titusville, of Florida. dian River. They will probably goadfar

:t ,. lit of pupils. Miss Merrill gets II*claIty. Those of our readers who traffic. At the meeting the passengei Florida The remaining members of the family as Palm Beach.

'T,, .1| share of pleasure out of those wish anything done in the dental line agents they will I arrange winter timetables have the heartfelt sympathy of their

;",turday beach trips. Miss Annie should not fail to give him a call. They for the benefit of tourists. Waut
t "on, ?( Copo; who ,, stationed at| will\ be pleased with the work done by men t.
UC11I.1.) u also pleased with her loca- A good sized sloop or schooner from
Craven. Hale
Dr. Fur C'heait
? sod 'I. regular! l member of the Sat- about NOT. 10th for three to five weeks; Will Hell J. R. Antboay brought Into our
.4) i*4ch parties. must be large and comfortable capable office on Monday morning a small specimen

llurgaln Day My entire office locks and keys, *tc.,, of furnishing sleeping rooms for sis Our jewelry business In Titusvlll to, of the octopus (devil fish), which

Vl shoes Monday, Xor. 4th. All and a small Job printing outfit. Possession pUl ngtt.. :No fancy tourists prices the right party on easy tern,.. Good was discovered among some oyster by

,.**, cases new dress goods, urn- For sold for, half their former price on \ given at once considered. Address with particulars chance for pushing man. he and his boys In Indian River on Sat

,'t \ed sun shades and underwear,,I shoes counter Monday. L. D. GBAUAM, 8. II. PICK, AvTuoir !JIIO... urday. It I. a curious little creature

yesterday.Gitaxaa .t SQL, our bargain Siox HAMUBO> TUuivHie TlttuvWe, Fla. I1ai Hotel, UockUdge\ lIe West Paint U acb, Fla. and not often found la this ee cUa.C .



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doea not require half M much ability 1 fo TAX SALE OF nEAL KSTATE FOR 18O4. Clyde Steamship CoN

make money M to hold on to it after 1&I.

Is made. Now it seem Mr Smith pomesses STATE OF FLoRIDA,

: the ability of holding on to It In a TOWN OF TITUSVILLE, FLA.
COUNTY OF BREVARD,
remarkable degree.
IS HERFBY GIVEN that the following-described lands will be sold
I. I Suppose we make some figures The NOTICE Auction on the First Monday In November, Wi! at the City Coon-

Ii i last cold occurred In February-we "m I elI Rooms, In the Town of Titusville, County of Brevard, State of Florida, or 110 t7

say February 1st. From that date to much thereof as will be necessary to pay the amount due on taxes, herein set o.

Xovcmlnr let Is nine months, figuring posits to the same, together with cost of such sale and advertising

20< working days to the month-allowing HERT. TITUS,

nothing for rainy days for It hardly ever Collector for Town of Tltnsvllle

Florida and he lost -
admitting -
rains In -- -- - --- ---- -- --- ---

no time from Illness or holidays-w OWNER: ESCJUI"fOS'. AMT, TAU

Mrs 5 I*. Simmons never or hardly ever have have any Iii. York Charleston and Florida
E E Turner E E Turner, part of Iota 1 and 2. dellclihed In e\v LiThe
Springfield, Ohio. ness In Florida, and no holidays'-! al. deed honk J. page 2O: hlk E. 11 75

pears that Mr. W H Smith worked nine S II Ha1. part of lots 8.10 of F : . . .11 15
Walked with Crutches months, at 20 days to the month, or 2H: A Montgomery, ''fart of lot 1 dell in deed book M, page 0'10.: 11 15nnknown. magnificent Steamships of this Line are
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days Let 'us that he got 'l.i.o) per .. lot 3 blk 4 : .
RheumatismEczemaSwelledNeckHood's sty unknown .. : lot D of blk 4 . . 4 U:iM pointed to sail as follows :
day for his labor for W. R. II says be 0 Wleller. lot 10 of blk 4 . . . .. .2 2.1

Cured. I I" a laboring man. Perhaps he did not unknown . . ..lot 1. eallq.l. of lot 2, blk S. 32 15blnldsmfth Calling at Charleston S. C. Both Ways.

For two years I have been Rick,hnlnr get over $1 per day-hardly more than lot of hlk 6 . . . : . . ] t I..i (ITADA" TIME)
been confined to the hou for a year Isave that If he worked by the month; but we n Vanlandingham. lot 3 of hlk D'I/' 62unkno"n From New York, From Jackmnll 1
bud for nine having lot3ofbik \I . > . . . .3 22S (1'ler .W, k. K.) STEAMER ( liitrlr.ionHt Arw
eczema years, will say $1.VI per day, for we want then al \\elnenlay, n at 3.no it tn. BMIINOIKClUKohfb..'. :TUP* lav, < '
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killed phyglclann, but received no benefit. II Hay lot 7 of hlk 10. .1. I. Fridai, 8rrt.: 27: at Sa, p .:: ::. Thursday. ,: :
and became figures to come out all right. Well 234 Peter UerlleMon lot 6, blk 11 . . . 2 7i: TneuJay, CK-t. 1 a.m IKixilniSALHMNijI Sun 'lavTlnirnday,
l..t winter I caught cold days at f1.rO per diy, Is t3l: Of thlll Peter Dertle"on lot 7. blk 11. . 1 4J: Friday, .. 4: : 3.t": : :: :: 'INShMIMUl : I I',

Afflicted With Rheumatism, lot hlk 12 . JoI 63IJ'II Monday I T, at 3.00 I' III tlnn.lay.Wlfhl"alay .
sum Mr. Smith has $1V In hard caul I'lweli Titus 1. I 9, at 3.IM'' p in IHrKOhFIIHM : ; .. ..Tim lav. I ,
which put me on crulche Last July J least M A Ray lot 0 and 7, blk U . SJ/ : Friday, .. 11, at a.no p 111. ;( 0114. burn,.U,. I
commenced to DM Hood S.rll.pI\rlll..nd It must hive cost him, say at $101to J F LeBaron lot 2: and a, hlk IJ: . . l I 15: Tuesday' II at 3.)51) p ni (WZ'IU\ Sunday,
fertilise and I work those three acres opines Reins . lot JoI hilt 17 . . JoI 53 Friday, .". 18; at 3.00: p. m Tlmrnlay. .
before I bad flnlibed one bottle I laid the Mary Monday. 21, at 31KI( pili. CIIHtnKH-.. ..Sun lay,
crutches anlde After talclnz( two bottlesthe of his own. Counting cost of the unknown lot D, hlk 1/1/' . 1 75llnwell : lvetluevday. :lIat 3.001'111 IRIHI'oliTne.llay.! .
Titus lot 11hlk Ill . 1 18 .'rl lav, .. 2a, at 3.00..p m. AI.UOSI/ITIi. Th..ralay.
eczema had I left me and I was almost fertilizer: and his own time at $1.M) pe ", .,,, 1 1Tlle.fay
entirely free from the rffeU of a awellencrk unknown lot 5ldk20.\ . . II" :ro, at 3.tlO I' III tI11)uLI Sunday ,,I I
day, this leaves him $101 for the support . . 1 18
I know that It wan Hood. Hariapirllla Mrs C Wleller lot 1'1' blk 21/ '
that cured me and I think it cannot of his family-himself and children for unknown lot 5blk21. . . . . . . . 143
toe recommended too highly Although" nine mouths )II'. llardee does not ny Delia Ransom. 1. blk2:! . . . lJoI Philadelphia, Charleston & Jacksonville Li
57 years old, I feel young again MB . I 8i:
unknown 4, 12:! . . .
whether his friend Smith has wife "
8. P. SIMMONS, bait Springfield, Ohio. a or unknown . .. 5. 22 f". . . q . . 185: For the present and until further notice, Steamer "YEl\tASSEE' nb
fed and clothed himself
That Is he
not. . 85unknown.

Hood's Sarsaparilla not and know family how on 45 many cents children per tlaj Mr. We Smith do unknown unknown . : : : : :: 8 9 7: :: 22 : : : : : ; : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : i &i 55 Philadelphia to sail from Philadelphia, Sundays for Close Cha..leston.connection A\e Is<1neiwlays made ,at and Charlettton from l buries IllhFlorida ,'


Is the rule T W Smith . lots 10 3.1 Steamers for business! to and from Jackaonville and all rlouh r.,
Only his, but the Smiths, an a are proverbial
unknown. lot 12, ) Philadelphia: and Interior points via hihdclphla
for their ability and propensity I'artz&Null. all or blk 2.2..1: 95:

True Blood Purifier to "multiply nndlncreare )Ir. Hardee unknown lots ft, D, .4 111

uses the plural, so there must be at leas unknown . .IntI. hlk P1nnknon. St. Johns lliver Line.
In the
Prominently public today.Hood's
eye 111
Smiths need shoe . 2,
two youthful They .
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"nrrha
e0" Robert Ransom all of blk
Pills aver zeeSOCIETIES hats clothing and in some states would unknown lot 7, 2v : . . . . . . 1 .113

need medicine and medical attcndince unknown . 1. 2\1. . . . .. . . V7 For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points

Smith himself must wear clothes I'er- unknown . 3, U 211.. . . . . . . \\.11
ETC. ho smokes lie cannot drink-or unknown lots I, 2, 3 of block :32.: . . . . .. 112 the St. Johns River.The .
haps unknown loti! ", fI, 8" . . . . . 112
at least not much; and while he may unknown lot I 9 .. . . . . . 1)2 elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer
Free andAccepted' have to pay taxes on his own pineapple James Powe . lot 211 Robbins Jr Oraham adllitlon.. . . 91:
land, we do not believe It Is mortgaged; Mrs John Whitlock lots 23, 25: . . . J 75 "Ol.1y: ; of: J o11:13o21Vi11o: : ,"
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E C Crannies lot 21
with all his economist .. CAl'T. W. A. SIIAAV,
Mason for ability as an unknown lot 3.:. . . 1 18 :
lie could hardly pay interest In additionto unknown lot 30 'I . 18 I In |"l" Inted to tall from Jack* mvllle Tuesdays and Saturdaj at. I\IMI: j'. III. retnn""

providing for his family and paying Mrs Whitlock lots :t.1.) 31" . . 1 711 Sanford Mondays and Thurndayi at /C:DO a. m

taxes out of 44 cents per day Wm GlbRon. north-half lot 12 Joyner'an.1tlitlon to. TltuavllIe 4 .f}:3unknown. NOTIiK IN
Indian Tltuavill e . lot 13, 0 .it I 18 BRTaIUOUND e' :: 8l'IIWl'I..E. I head u'

River % Fla. VV R. llardee evidently has the welfare unknown lot 14 U ..a 118Geo Leave p, .. .. .. .. . Jackarmvfle. .. . Armr p
Lodge, No. IX of the county at heart; he wishes to D Bates lot 13 .t 1 lJo1 p. .. .. .. . ... i'alatka.. .. .. .. Leave ',5t'
unknown. . lot 18 .. ii 118 a. .. .. . . Astor. .. ... . ai
see Immigrants pour in and settle up .t tt 4 51'1 ,, a, .. ... . ..St. Francis.. . .. l a'
II..Mlllto I imvtlric' the second I and I fourth Friday J D Davie: lots 19. 20.t wi 21 it i.30 a, [ ::: : . :.. :.:. Iieresfncl..;;ii;. .. .. . .I I.la
editor of the II "
if each month, at the Court; houneTltuvlll '- the country The Star unknown lot 54 1)1) ,' 5, . .. . ... . Ily'
at 5:15111.1'i.J : no doubt of the same mind, but they unknown lot 50 .. U ii PI Arrive a. . .. . ..Sanford .. .. .. 1c
SIKXIIKI 8. H RAY,
(*,.-<). W MKMC11IT8 both omitted to lay stress on the great unknown. . 7 Reddell'lI Addition to Tltusville .. 1 18 ? a. .. .. .. .. ....Enterprise. .. . y.

unknown . . 8 is ii . . Its
Feature In the case of Mr Smith on the 1 18 3en'I Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St Jackson
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OF VTIIIA8. one point In his record which of itself unknown unknown. :: g :: :: : : : : : : : : : : 1 18 M. H. CLYDEA. T. M. } iRoicxorrR. JR, Ha lam AJ.I

Seminole. .11.0, No :m. holds I lu meeting) al t t should be sufficient to lure thousands to unknown 14.. it .... . lIS Howling; (Green new T< rk. M Rest Bay St. Jatki..H..,.
the Court house. the Itrat ronrThnrsdayeven allude unknown U" t. .5 . . 1 IS THJlO.: O Foor.K, T. M., ;iJ\o.l.. HOWARD, Fla. *rt Agt.
this section We to the fact thata
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of each at S clock inI
month '
legs p
unknown 111" to is . . 1 11'1 Bowling Green, :New York Font HOK.n tit...laek..1.
). II. 1'Km'IIAHK, J. T KIVHOI.DH, man cm support himself and childrenwe unknown 17" to . .. 1 18 A. J COLE, General Passenger Agent, J. A. I.ESLIC, Snl]'erlntemlu+

C. C. K. of K *: I I1NDIVN 1\ presume he has wife, for Mr liar unknown .. 1 8.. a. ii .... . 1 IS 5 Bowling Green, New' Yllrk. Foot H"tan St" iack n'I'''

dee:l would have mentioned the fact-In I unknown 11) N is .. .. . 1 IS D. D. C. MINK, G F. A., 12 South Itelaware Avenue, I'hllat,'\\.hlaWM
OLAUDSHrlll
RIVER condition cents unknown t' 20" 1. r. . 1 IS r. CIADK & CO., General Agent.
good on forty-three
at the Armory, over county Jail. ever. y per unknown 21" It .. . .. I 18 It So Delaware AT.Philadelphia. 8 Howling Green, New t'Southern
Tuesday evtiiilnK In the in inth, at S o cl.M k. day. Where else under the starry can- s
A. T FEAnTZaCaptatll: ; Bradford Godfrey 2:1": It .:. . 1 IS
opy of heaven-no, we will not say that, A C Sammill. 25; a It . 1 IS

-! for they can in China and India-but unknown.'t 2fi" III . . 1 18

CIIUHCIIKSL. where else under the starry flag can a Job Woodward 31 sl N .... . 1)2
unknown. . 40" M . 92JoblVoodward :
man with a family live on forty-three ii 4J": 4t .. . . D2
:IHtOI AL CHURCH cents a day. We have always claimed Ceo Dennlngll 40" a Ii . . ::1 3:1:
Jtrvlcen the tut and 3r,I Sundays In each 4s . .
that a man could live cheaper In FlorIda unknown 1\:1: I' 1 11'1 _
in mill, at II a. m and 7::Hip. m, Sunday Ich'H,1 "
ii . 1
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very Hun lay at i:Jn p. n >t than anywhere else in the United S II Hay 59 1)7
: .IlILI: ;, service: ; .t . .
I p. m. on Wedue"lay. ever Robbins & GI'aham 1"1.64 V'l OJV
Friday at 10 a. in States but we only made the claim In unknown. aI fill" ., e. . . 1)2): r---- Railway
lUv II F. lliowx, Rector. a general way, and did not have the unknown . 67" .t 55. . . D2 .

figures to prove it; fortunately the proof II 11 Archibald et al 02 to tt. ... . P2
METIIOI>IST Oil KCHHtrvlm lot I Ik R FI ler'lI adl tlon 3 25E
at Tltunvllle every nut,second salthird t was not demanded. John II Carhile Myers i' (1 : : : : : : : : : : : : : : I)2) ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

Sabbath at II a. in. and I 7 p in.; Sunda We are under obligations to Mr. liar S 11 Hay . "Ii" 0.' . . . . 92
M had at W o'el I M'k a, in.every Sunday; i Epwort: h dee In future we shall claim In and Sam 'ulch tt 3 ii 0" t. . . . . 1 18
I. HKiieatap, In. every Sunday\ ; I'ra\er ineotln: . . . IS
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SIil 1,6" .1 THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS
The ubllo that
7 o run k every Thurs lay nlifhl |I ar ''out of season a poor man can live ly
cordially Invite to attend our ....nll"'*. Stephen Ellis 3 E" . . . . 2 i:1: :
B. W LAW I,HI: ra..torBAPTIST letter and cheaper in Brevard county; L Mall 1 "F" ii . . . . 1 18 COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS,
than anywhere else In North America; S II Hay. . :I Iota bOllDletl N. by Gardon at. S. by Broad THOROUGHFARE COACHES. VESTIBULED TRAI

that the laboring man can support him atV. by Fisher add.. Eo by Delloto at. 9 12
CIIL'RCII.Preaching
self and family and take them off Della Hansom part of n'V of n w dea In deed book D,
every aecoud I .11,1 fourth Sundays. every age; 7, 4, t 22 SS a . . ..545V : QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
Tuesday morning evening and evenlnjc 7::10. l'r o'd..ck.,\' r Mmtmio Hun.lav H every<'himvery ;' year on a trip to their old home In a \ A Rawlll . bloc : } :do::15. and i rn 21 2 f i'of iaik'i: : sec.

Sunday at e:4t a, in. Aim |:prswhtnt:: distant state, and at the same time buildup 4, t 22, range 3\: e . . 5 45:
tint Sunday at LaGrange; Heron I Him lay, lock l a nice pineapple plantation of his E J lIarrla. . south 14 acres of lot I, deKcl'lhedln deed book N'or.h and: ]]asst. North and: Went
1(111 All are cordially Invited to attend . .
0, J1ajte; 2"8. . 453L :
H. A. (.KKIEK: : rator own, and shall prove our assertion by Wbltlock lot 7, sec 4,121. I' 3e: . . . 11 U N0. ta. 0 ; .N0. la. : 'NOwa s"
ALL TRAINS "t.i. TRAINS DAILY, owl".a ,
DAILY. ALL
the record of Mr, Smith. We have u. {
not .
unknown. . . !; oil w Sg of n e soc 4, t 22, r 35 41 83.1 ....".... ."1.. .. nO. ..... t,
CATHOLIC CHI'KCHRervlrei pace to take up the case of the workingman unknown 3ti of n w t of n e t4 lee 4. t 22. r 35 a. 13 o2!! '
L" Jacksonville, F.C&.P.... 7 80 am 6 20 pm Lv Jacksonville, r.c. &. roo .20 pm'I
at 10 a. in. every I\1I11Iay. In hall over at Eden who has Invested In a unknown . !t of a w 4. of n \.4.ec. 4. t 22, 1':1.e.: IJ: 82: Everett, :: 66am Sttpm Fverett, Southern. : ti0
Indian River HUte llauk thlldrvii; catechlmi Hardeo does J I' Turner .' part of lot 1blk U, Coleman' addi- ", Savannah. :: It Ham 10 41 pm AU,. llacoo' : 45 am 4 :
Mr. not whether
at ( p. ni. piano. say tion to Titusville . . . .. Iii 611 A" Columbia, Soulhern 6 Oft pm 4 DO am Atlanta, tg: am ;
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Rs,. J. f OHotLE:. Rector his able economist Is a married r. Charlotte, :: JOpm 7 00am Chattanooga, pi
man or J Turner . 4 and 5 of block C, Coleman' addition Washington .1 .... a 12 am 5 80 pm Cincinnati, Q C...?... 720aiAr .
not. We presume he is, for bachelors to Titunllle . . .8 H Baltimore I'enn.R.R.... I US am Itt'Im: Birmingham Southern 17
11II a rule do not buy pianos-at least unknown ..w O. blk C, Coleman'l addition to Tltullv\1le.\ 4:' "H I-blla New York'lelphia, :: .:: UUpm 10 IS am S 610 m am 8' Lolls. C.Irodh.' Line O0am.,_

J Turner 7. 8 and 9 of block C. Coleman's addition K. C M. k B l0 Iq
\v. u. IIAunm.: AM> MICI:. not laboring men Of course we have Ar Memphis < pmI:::I
to Tltunllle . . . . . .2:, I 3 Ar. Aihevllle, Southern...... ............... 10 10.m Kansas City. : b
known people to buy pianos and to take J l' Turner 12 and 13 of block C. Coleman' adllltion

A Woiulerful Attraction for trips to expositions who could not pay to Titullvllle . . . . '3.) 1 For full Information apply to any Agent of this great Railway

lloiucsoekcrs. their rent their grocer their doctor or Howell Titus ". . I of blk 1. Titus addition to Tltl\lYlUo PI: System, or Its connections.
lawyer either for that matter; but we J T tewart. lot 1 block" to" t' 1 44
It seenm that an article over the signature Pete Meyefl. . 5 tJ ii ii it 92 W, A. TURK, C. A. BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICK,
know )Ir. llardee would not be ..
so unfair "
of "Mice," which appeared In thfAm Annette Clevelanll. 1 ii 8 175 General Pail Agent A..t. Oen Pat. Agent Atl"t O.n'l P.". Agent
H.. to use a case of that kind simply Flora Turknette 5 8 t. 1 73 ATU'T
OCATK: a few days stirred a WASHINGTON. KNOXVILLC, TCNN.
ago up to make an argument that would sound Mrs C Uravo. . 8 8 1 7i:
resident of Jensen and called for an 't ii ii
well. Mrs C Bravo 9 !5 15 W. D. ALLEN,
edltoilal notice on the part of the Star. Stephen Ellis. a e eor of a e-l of..l Ulce' addition. . 5 90
We must admit that It Is bail olicy to From our experience with Mr. II. Inthe J C Greeley. a e-l a 601 des in deed book Q, page tll'tJ, lUce' Florida Passenger Agent

shell road discussion, we have no addition . . . . . r. . 1 61 212 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FJ
make the world believe that Ilie-
to
try C G Graham a e..1. 601 des In deed book L. page 161, lUce'lI
doubt remarks will atlr him to
yard county his gone to the df'mnltl.nbow.wowl our up .tdl tlOQ. . . . . 1 6-t J>ifv Rth. lR!!!!:..
." It has not. We firmly believe further effort with his pen. That ls James Ogle.by I 0..l''l'-l des to deed book I" page 38, RlcQ'

if a majority of the votera had decoded just what we want lie has struck a addition .' . . 1 04Lizafe
for shill roud it would ,>leudld line of thought and one on F Rice part of blk 5 dee In deed book S. page 138.IUce' -- ----- ,
bond
to a
addition . .
1 64 ;
have hastened the return of prosperous which too much cannot be said If a Wm Smltb all of blk 2. JUce' addition . 2 :Ziht WE DELIVER -

times, but It I* folly to sit down and man and his family can live In Iire\ard \Vaodall.. part of blk II.. . 1 41 ." .t. .

mo >e. There are undeveloped renour county on forty-three cents a day, and L U I.-It.ka..I. . s e cor blk I" . . 1 15 ",v $C Si
| which live well, we cannot give the fact too l.orela Mines lot 1110( square of blk 11 m'O'a atl.tltlon. . 1 13E
con existing: In llievaid county of mee'l atlol of son 33 T 22 R M :3
11 Rice balance 31
The nation Is
can l>e handled with j'roilt. The magic much publicity. teeming unknown Q 11'.1 of II e-} sea 3.4. S 22: r:16: e. . 169'Jr. A Piano or Org
word which brings uccens is wvrt If with millions of people whose noses are II Rice part of a w-l of II e-l nee 3a. t 21. r 35 e. 132:

our people will pull together and work, pressed to the grindstone who are longing S J Norton Iiouth-; of eaat.l of lot 2 bllt D. 5 tt7

to tlnd a place where they can earn IT YOUR NEAREST UULIUMD mtn
with
mit, liivvird county will come out all -- ---------- -- STATION complete
'I.M) a day anti put away two-thirds of to approval after a trial; ID your own house No money required unto
light MadgeAnother man called me aU.r thoroughly aatisfied Our prices are M low a. any house in the United +four
that for Smoothing irons first
sum rainy day by building were used in
There U much truth in what W. It.1I".leo up last, niibt.YabtleWhat I term are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an l ioatnin.
of their It out France, and are supposed to hare beena
a place own, by lending 1
has s.ilJ In the Mar and the Ai>- did you do The .
French iureotian, being: introduced in Celebrated CONOVER. j I
OCATE, and yet it is not A Rood rule of at interest in life Insurance or other In- "Well, as ho was three sizes bigger I the sixteenth century. The Renowned FISCHER. :(( PIANOS.

logic/: to generalize from a single case ur stmeuts Mr H has made a point in than I, I a,Le4 him why he ouolda't The Beautiful SCHUBERT.

Instance The case of Mr. W II Smith avor of Bievard county Florida, which my something original "Indianapolis The Stonu ('....r. And KINGSBURY.

of Jensen mentioned by \\ R. llardee, will go much further with the masses carnal The great lakes and the SL Lawrence Vocallon. Aeollon, Farrand &. Votey CHICAGO COTTA

Is exceptional It seems he has saved than our supeib climate and other at- ,..r, Likely.Wife valley hare more storms per annnni ORGANS.

since the cold besides feeding ractlons, and we take pleasure In giving The hail troubled look.I than any other portions of this country "
up IliU baby a Braaa and small Instruments, Muck and Hooka Write us: we wi"
himself and children, and working and It a column of space. Perhaps there are"ther I I wonder what be's thinking about* This i. due to the fact that storms orig.lusting 100M"
which will west of this district more directly -
in the
ease county nuabandprobabl.1
fertUtotog three acre of pines of his wishing we
tobe surpass even that of )lr. Smith. If so. lived in Qreenland. my dear where the east, while many originating rrH {1,,. U, OiuupUoll Oo.,
)lr. Smith U certainly a man
own. farther south move to the northeast
.I..hta all tnnotha Win Life.
shall be to hear from them am -
that it 41'0 glad ( 'nJ
envied Great writers say ACKSONVJIVLJ. ri.






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Cnr s_ GREAT MEN'S READING. -
Professional -
-:;;:-Ronarae. W Aura 8.OaAHAN.RdBBINS than Chopin a French rarely]noveL read anything heavier Exhausted 3f I PLANT I

; A ORAUAM, 2 Soils
Lord Clive] Kid that "Robinson Crn

soe" beat any book he ever tend.
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to 12 St. John Chryeo!tom never tired of \ are made to produce larger and better crops by the (t
a. m.
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,)I1'1c I ItorllFrom sad :2 to 4 p10 reading or of praising the works of the use of Fertilizers rich In Potash. Perfect Paseer .

: Brevard Co., Florida.frdi Apostle John. Write for our Farmers' Guide illustrated book. It-
fiTtVILLBI a 142-page
James I of England] was a lover of: 3DovL"bloUnexcelled :
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.:" >tIC..It':!* "all the conrtta" and fd the classic and very familiar with moot ? is brim full of useful information for farmers. U will be sent five, and

.... raeUllle, for examining and rerfec&oJ114 of the Latin writers will make and lave you money. Address,

UI tltIn. I Banyan read little betides his Bible,, GERMAN KAU WORKS. 9] N._. Strwt. N<... '....k. Pullman
Loaa.
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Money and often laid that Christians would dwell < .
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to read no other book.
OR S. JONES,
\\II.f Salvator Rosa liked any kind of -- -- -- -

poetry, but more especially that relating Walton's. Trains Daily
ATTORNEY-AT-L A{ Rapid Calking Machine
to the country or to country scene *:VOO, 10.00, and $15.00 each. In us. 2
nrrSfILIE, BREVAKD CO., FLA Mis. Siddons gave much attention to by many of the principal boatbuildersIn "I "

Judge of Brevard County. the history of the drama and had an the Xoith. See pamphlets and teeth!
County extensive library of this kind of matter. monlals II II j

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j t flAftDM.: J. T. 8AKDEM, Hume said that Tacitus was the. Speaker Gully of the English house of I e
ablest writer that ever lived and himself
5,5ary commons has a pet bull dog, by hich These trains carry
& SANDERS, tried to model his style on that of
Gl'LDEY the Roman historian. he lays groat store. The dog has hAd

A ATTORNEY -LAW, Locke gave most of his attention to several misadventure In London IItre1IIamI ers to New York ,

f.nnnctlrcln 11 the Cunrtf of the State< works of philosophy. He said, "I stand badly frighened nervous people, but
/ron'1*'and the United States Courts.r amazed at the of the speaker declined to give him niolx Oas Engine: IH to TH h, 11", Marine IH to Baltimore, Nashville,
profundity thought up. .
.a Bufc,2JS. TITUSVILLE, FLA. 13 h p.Mtttlnnim.
Loan. shown by Aristotle. !\eaellk'. tamp for rMalngn
Money to 1 St. Louis Mobile New
ht. T alon'Het' e Floaters I JI!. at all oruwist. WM.J.: ,11:ROM K, ,
The elder Pitt liked but
Shakespeare, Belling Agent for 8t Johns mul Indian River
r TOME REYNOLDS, not the labor of reading plays. He enjoyed Cimntrim, I'. o Nt. l.mle, his." Chattanooga.
hearing them and once said that [Remember, the A!>VOCATK, Tltus-
1, ATTORNEY.AT-LAW.lltchinon he had learned more English history at vllle, does all kinds of job lu'lnting. Hive j
us a share of your work]
the theater than at the university.
The Largest and Most Com t
Avenue, Shelley read with close attention all
the works he could find antagonizing HO\VM' Tills' plete Establishment South.

j'jivillc: 1 Florida. Christianity. He thought he was an I
atheist, but was mistaken, as there i 18 We olTei One Hundred ]Dollars Reward GEO S. HACKER & SON,

rmvEI.I. TITUS, not a more spiritual writer in our Ian to any\ case of Catanh; i that:: cannot lot'
gnage than he. He read the Bible with ciiiecl liy II.ill's ('atarih Cuie.K. I

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. great care, and some of his finest im J. CI1ENEV & CO., props,
Toledo OWe .
,
.1, '" !Sat and Feilvral court. Lane HRery is borrowed from its pages.-St. the nndersiylieile\ known )'. .1. ,

,?:.- -."lar city Attorney fur Board or Louis GlobeDemocratTHE Cheney for the last 15; jenis and believe\ 4 ,
, ninilMliinen and County Solicitor. liiiu perfectly Inimitable In all biiKim-H f

v. R.."\ <4, TITf 8VILLE, 1'LAI FASHION PLATE.A uans.K'tioMH soil tln.'inoi.illy: able to carryout F i
nny obligation made by their linn : l M
dainty little bonnet: is of puffed: Wmr: & THUAX, Wholesale DitiKglstH, 1
rweman flail, hil.ii H. Wright
chiffon over a passementerie edge.: The< Toledo, O.
iltmney-at-Law, DeLand, .'Ia. crown is of puwnienterie, and the trimming WAI.DI.NH, KIN.VAV & MAHVIX, Whole. "

;i\n! u'Kiuiir, is of ostrich tips. sale)1'1IlKisb.\ / Toledo, O. (

Bead girnituie of a rich and elaborate Hall's Catarrh Cine U taken Inlein.illvnoting : }
!IVMIRAXPEfitusullc AGENTS, directly upon the blood and;
sort is becoming a rage. There is no
mucous surfaces of the system. Price \
Florida
handsomer trimming made and it rarely 70; per l >ttle. hold by nil druggets.! Mdnufttcltircrs of
Representing the "Old lUitfoid," ] stays out of favor for any length of Testimonials fieo. Tho INN, Prt'1'a11lha, ;
Liverpool & London & Globe, and all the time.
Wins companies. Ar! prepared to Wraps to wear over bathing costume Doors, Sash, Blinds, '1
mite lines np to JO.OIK: O) in any part of CONSERVATIVE.
are made of any sort of fancy plaid.

Urcvard county. Heavy material preferable, as it stay he First e... of the Word a. an Knicllnh Moulding and Building Material
in place much better and is more manageable I'olltlrvl Term. The Plant
BKATXE BAY, DAD CO(; TJ \.
Conning, arid not Croker, was theIr Office and Wait-iooniM, King, Opposite ,
J[ W EWAN, A stylish cape is of accordion plaited !htics the word 11
|. U. S. COMMISSIONER: Cannon Street,
clairette, with stripes of very elaborateand conservative in its present sense, and l\ I11P11" 111x11rlella" :-; ( : <<
Votary Public State at Large. handsome brocaded ribbon. Them too long has Thuekeray's "Mr. Weu-

Lands Selected; Conveyances made. stripe run from the collar to the lower ham" (Dwruoli's "Mr. Rigby") had the Charleston, S. C. .- .heou.h.6.: ,

Correspondence solicited. Address: edge of the garmentThe credit which belong to a far more brilliant II II.n

Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, little clone bonnet fitting the head man. The general assumption has Cord and Ships :
Sash Elegant
every
Office, Ewan's Landing and occupying but little more space thai been that the term was earliest employed Weights, 2
a headdress is much liked. A handsome in The Quarterly Review for January, Key West and Havana. /

W ALLEN, model Is made of box plaited velvet, 1830 (No. 83, page 276)), in an article Hardware i
GEORGE with three full ostrich tips. which has been commonly said, but upon 1 Elegant Ship every week between t

TTORYEY-A-LAW, Velvet sleeves and soft belts are worn no specified authority to have been
with dresses of extremely thin materialA written by Croker, but its true first use Window and Fancy Glass 11. W. \VUENN, 41"f/

Ie West, Floilda dress of embroidered chiffon over: silk was five years and a half previously!
bas enormous puffs of velvet for sleeves On June 8, 1824, a dinner was givento A SPECIAI/rY.
fill practice In the United States George Hibtiert, the chairman of the
and a soft belt set on in oorselet fashion.
IDd)Mate Com,. OjunO,1! ; West India Merchants of London, by the I.
A stylish waist is made of taffeta In
members that body, and sl'veralofthe Have you seen it ? St't'n"hat t Why
shepherd's plaid. The front is in blouse under &
Dk[ < B L. WILLS, fashion with pints; from the very narrow Lord leading Liverpool ministers the then Tory serving premier, were the Walton Kapl\ l Calking; Machine: If The florida (Central
nail heat don't fall to
yoke. A long point of lace is sewed present In the course of the proceedings you own a or low ,
down each of those plaits to the bust "an have one on Intnl.! It in great labor
l'Ul"SWlAN & SURGEON, says a contemporary account,
There is a lace collar and a standing observation which fell from Mr. Canning saver, and is )patented In the United Short Line hctuwii Florida] '

l-VILLE.. FLORIDA rnchiug of the taffeta The sleeves ar was that the spirit of the present States, heat lliltain, Canada, etc. A
very large, with taffeta ruffles below the will bo sold Everett, Savannah, 'Augusta, Ga.,
rricK:-Ilutchinson Avenue, near government, as that of all governments few of the state lights at a
the Indian River\ hotel. elbows.-New York Ledger. ought to be, was essentially conserva reasonable: liguio./ Apply) to J. O. Walton timore, Philadelphia, New

GLINTS. tive. TitiiHville, Kin.
JOBS ASPINWALL, STAGE This appeared in John Bull of June Everett, Macon, Atlanta, ", () \

Herrmann, the magician, has become< 13,1824 (page 198)and) the apt word was soil Chicago. F

a life member of the Actors' fund. so obviously remarked that it wan itali Everett, HinnlnKhani, Holly Springs, I

141: ESTATE & INSURANCE. Joseph Holland is 85, and has beenon cized. Years posted, and Canning had Louis, Chicago/ Sioux City.;
the 17 His first appearance died before the word is again to be met River Junction, l'ensuolu; Motile, t
stage years. in English politics, but on March 14, In and the 1'arillc CoaHt. HIft: (.tine July
V.
lULLlE was in "Henry
FLORIDA. 1829, Charles Greville noted in his dia-
Russ Whytal is at work on a new ry that "Herries told Hyde Villiers that en- rervasM :
t. :
F..W CRAVEN,. comedy: for himself and Mrs. Whytal, their (the Tories') policy was conservative yay. ,y_ [> f
the same lines as Agathi .a r. w I: .
written upon that of the Whig. subversive, and
Poor 1 1 )
DENTIST, Dene. that they never could act together "- k ,, I j ::!: : | : : i: i: : ..

fin tvin-E, Fu>ni A.ast John Armstrong, once a well known "The Greville Memoirs" volume 1,part a... I
actor, but who has been oft the stage 1, page 192. w ws.. .
\lc.\ < Hide Hutchinson avenue, near for about seven years, is now in the Tho word employed by both Canning Healthmeans ;, ..,. Mw.sM. t

Indian River Hotel.Grown ministry. and Herries, was thus "in the air" be- .e ..-. 'wr
Will H Sloan, late of' E. E. Rice'i fore it was given in The Quarterly, and e '" d' ''t/l 1. .

florida forces, has been engaged by Joseph Dart this accords with a statement made in so much more than U.0 e .E 1' y r. : : : :j:::::: ::;; :

Trees., to play the opposite comedy part in "A the course of a correspondence on the ,.4, -' 'v1 / ilL .
of the Word Conservative"which and :\
"Etymology imagine-serious
you .
Gay Old Boy. I" Mr ,p .
"The Greatest of These" is the title appeared in The Standard at the fatal diseases result from 0 J' ,1 ,eah :
fIRST-CLASS BUDDED (--.... end of October, 1882, wherein it was 5
of a new play which Sydney Grundy trifling ailments neglected. T' :
said to have been first used in 1829,
ijrangel, Grapefruit Seedless, has written for the Kendal. They will during the closing controversies upon Don't play with Nature's -- ; e ..,,' : 1\\1::1\ ; : ::r : :, : : : : I :
it in England.John
produce 'tl I .
Catholic ewanci l4tiOlL Notes
Roman
: :4j' '
.
pefrflit and Lemon Trees, Hare, who is to come to America and Queries.RcbmkMl. greatest gift-health. ; .: s.

to present A Pair of Spectacles' It yes are feelln( \, '
--FOR SALE.- and "The Notorious Mrs. Ebbsmith." ovl of sorts weak N a r r 0 0 f
and ilyrown' ..' .r : : ::; :
*" A geera I
. Vo 1 Florida grown. Our stocl"injured will bring his own company and seen br Hannibal Bumlla. B kaaaled, aervoui, V r 4..+ S : .

trees, by better freeze.trees Buy and Florida at lesi Mr. Hamlm was a true gentleman. : have cant no appetiteand work., rcosisvA 'ens :: : : ; : J : ;;

ctei than can be had outside of the ery.The new play which William H Punctilious himr'!lf in the observance of bcfinalonceiak.Inglheinoairella.. ,}'"., rim,

at If Pall on or address, Crane will produce about Jan. 1 ha, all the requirements of gentlemanly intercourse b... (trenfthenlnfmcdlclne.wkkh rtanu'ua (i :( I
written to order by Franklin Fries,, he was equally exacting of Iron la mac <' :
GEO. been .
H. WRIGHT
,
Brown Iron Bit.Cera. _ _ 111
Orlando Fla. who has just delivered the completed every courtesy due him from others. He A few txx.
_ manuscript permitted no man to be rude to him or ties e.rrhenAt risings Mruiiibhi: t
loha i. actor purchases the, to assume the attitude of a superior. On Bitters come*are Iroea Ike Jju.k..>n lll.. III ail a. ot.
dw.-p
It isn't every very Uival fiir TallahaMiM and ";
Stetson University, home of president of the United one occasion one of the able men andbas t. and te ll'a Mrttitk. V H.IMIIM.,VI V. M. :fr."r Tampa: and IntcriiimllaM |.ilnt .: l | :: .
State Thomas Keene however, I leaders of the senate, distinguished for plcaaant la t..... ,/I..II..lIvlll.., H|. rt" ul.urg and Ailwvlll, :
DeLand, Florida.' juat become the owner of the house thai a self conscious, lordly air In his deportment Th r,Hiien MauMi Mhw,"ere.ur tllOn".two Train. lIall,. I an

Tv President Tyler lived in on Staten I* in the change of seats which occurs It Cures .. rufliuan" AtUnu,.mlnif tlw Molly springs nM| .
all Train
> IIUM. ) Sleepers<- Mgbt
CollW, Normal School once in two years in the senate
Rda l ft BchouJ and 01m .I land. ,......... of '
"tltutlon of ant rank.Conaorratory Faculty 01id chamber had gained. seat by the side Dyspepsia. Kidney and Uver flT send for fiat Township Map
"" )e""chrrs, Beren elegant buUiling*. GEMS OF THOUGHT.A of Mr. Haiuliu and began at once to Neuralgia, Troubles N. S. PKXNINOTOX,
eeM*'I!dWmJ '"ifhtert by : c alp o practice upon him these little exactions Bad Blood
"?' in Thoroughly. at his Constipation, Trafllo Manager
wise own
become .
*UhiJJ J .. physical <5ulture man must and auuoysjioes which he had been accustomed Malaria Nervous ailment
young
17l>rlU
for 01
Library
man. Montaigne.
Iia". lta..ling zoo'.'. with al LunnTa ., npen to impute upon others. Aftera Women's complalnU.Cd .
::, : and dally and weekly 1.aSr.,: Ungratefulness is the very poison of few days of yielding to these encroach- eel r
h kai trowed
. : I ealy Ike ra ae-
oe.a. ,....I. e separate nipped chewiest building ror asd fula l.h.1caJIII" aDd: manhood.-Sir P. Sidney. menu Mr. Hamlin turned and in a tone tinea on the wrapper.f All are mbMllntea. -

.'I..t ';;'axes I with anise.of e.tabll.hinl repu .; I The mind conceives with pain, but 1 il, that did not require repetition, said, will: send. On set reveled at Tea' ol BtaxtlliU two K alampe WerM'a we

' 15a4 fur Second catalocue term, giving olbn. full l.cewIe tutor.JJOHN .. brings forth with delight-Joobert. "Sir, if you export to be treated like a fair View and book-Ire*.
I born to observe good order gentleman yon must prove yourselfone. BROWN CHEMICAL co. BALTIMOMt MO.
r FORBES Resident ." There was never occasion afterward
butfw acre
born to establish It.-Jou. ___ __ __ t
I to repeat the admoo1t1w.HeuryL.
''I bert.How L. DaWN in Century. reed Her De.... THE WALTON RAPID
there be no -
tesEe i I true it U can dc Clement 8cott, the London dramatic

I.. tete where vanity relpa.-Mme. As land is improved by sowing It with critic says that h. was once threatened
II Girardin. various seeds, so is the mind by exercising with ft libel suit fur saying that a tr- Patented In the United States,
Unless a tree has blossoms I it with different studies.-Pliny. led th
!\ look CaIn Kite who cerao on stage
aaSrttl !I .pring you will vainly for. freit oo Nature appears to me to have ordain. on a seedy looking, circus bred quadra in Use by some or the Principal

1 it in autumn.-Hare. ed this station here for. u* as a pUce of ped "rcxle a horse with pink eyes." I
Do what good then roost unknown, sojoornment. a transitory abode only, "Above ine as much w you like," said
I. and be not vain of what ooghl rather to I and not as a fixed settlement or pet ma- the air litigant "but don't say that TITU8VILI.B

be felt than seen.-William Penn Dent habitation.-Cicero. lily bone baa pink eyes"







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I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 1, 1895.


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-+ I IHDIAH>< RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- amination was far above the average with Kola nuts If you dentre them. Islands, and the price will, In time, J..U'EII. PWTCHABD' prelident W. M. aotaxCaeh; nT, Vice-PrelJett t l

that she had made an excellent Yours very truly, drop to a few cent per pound. The

record, that she was selected JOHSSOS A Jolt sor.TiTCsvmLK great cost of the nuts at present Is

A waZLT 100R'U" DI"OTED TO Tlla, LAKE DavtOYtxv : : < on her record by the principalof due to the heavy expense of importing INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM
OP I"DU" al"Ea '
WORTH AD TNa BIECATaa aAvsrcvOaa.aditor. the school who had never met :, FLA., Oct. 25, 9i. them in the fresh state.

and that the )fe lIrl. Johnson A Johnson, 91 William If Uncle Sam owned Cuba it
her personally, trustees St. New York (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida ,
: I
were ready to confirm his selection would be a good Idea to plant them
Gentlemen:-Your favor of the 21st at Authorized
...,................. WALTF.H OBAHAM' that when she went to the hand. I am glad to learn that I can pro- there, and with the proposed steam capital $iooj

Attjclau-Edltor Manager; CHAt H.WALTOI I school, the principal, as soon as he wire a sample of the fresh Kola nut ship line between Palm Beach and Paid up capital, $25 l

saw her color, refused to accept from you. Enclosed find cheque for Nassau, the Bahamas would be a Average deposits,

her as a teacher, and the trustees 12.00, for which please send me two good! place to plant the Kola tree, $300
Hub erlpt""". pounds by mall or
Twelve month*, flJIII) sustained his action.So In the Immediate express.vicinity of this town providing the soil I Is not too thirsty. Transacts ]
BIX .1.00 the color line is being drawnin frost more or les severe occur every The rich lands on the east shore of a General! BID

Three M New York as well as in Florida ? winter. I do nnt believe there I II any Lake Okeechobee, under cover of

single copy. .5 portion of the United Mate entirely free that vast body of fresh water, Is, Business
from occasional visitation of frost. On
Strictly In advance.AidreE SUGGESTIONS BY REV. S. F. the Florida coast; there are small island in our opinion, the best place to Largest and Odest! Bank
scattered along from Cape Florida snd plant a Kola grove, or orchard, and on (lit l |

all cnniinanlesUnnt to the J'\.rl..< GOVE. extending around the peninsula to Key at present prices the matter of
.tnrt, West 1'hl'ylllue frost verYllt.lllom, but transportation from that out-of- i)1RErToBJA.l'HITeaASn. -

The Rev. S. F. Gore has! Just returned It doe visit even those Island IIccaMI..n.aly. would be practically .if the National Hank"w 1k i I I"'
the-way locality
(IKAIIAM WALTOX, \ I do not think, however, it would DiKnriclcerre( l l N
< nt
He
from a visit to Macon. Interfere Ith the growth of the Kola: nothing ; even overland to lack "nvlll..), W H lot, '
,
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE has been carrying in his hip for nut, because the cocoanut tree flourishes the East Coast, and they could goby 11MOWN

TlTliVILtE:, FLORIDA. many years a bullet as a mementoof on these 1 Islands, and It I III considered avery water across the lake and out Natlnna'COIIKlnpOMifteahnanl : Hani ," .
and has tender tree. I do not think It would National Bank .
the late unpleasantness, he practicable to to cultivatethe of the Caloonahatcht-e to Punta of '" kt

Office! Washington,: Avenue, Tituaville I been suffering intensely for the Kola nut allan attempt article of commerceIn Gorda or Tampa. Besides" it is ".r I'1" LT ,'IL7.1J: 1, I ..u\... .

Indian Florida.PUBLISH past few months from pain in the thi* county. During the phenoniinal not improbable before the trees
River
locality of his leaden guest, and freeze of last winter, we had a temperature would lie in bearing there will be a

went up to Macon, his old home, to of 10 I III: allow almost all every 30, 31 winter or ;12.the temperature railroad from Kissimmee or some FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY /
KU KVKKV FRIDAT.HEAIJ made. The ,,
have an examination In Dale county, on Lake Worth, at other interior point, to the ocean

-- --, --- ..--- trouble seems to be sciatica, and New River and Biscayne Hay, they grow pier at Palm Bench, passing comparatively -
has nothing do with the bullet. cocoanut tree successfully, but I am Inclined shore Land
the
the article entitled "VV. U.llnrdee / close to east Departing
to think, from what I can learn of / !
beforeour
The wish to lay
we
point of Luke Okeechobee.
and Mice which
appear the Kola tree, that it may bo mote tender -
on our 2nd page. readers is this : Mr. Govemade stisccptable to injury by hOlt --- If you wish to purchase land for Stuck ranch, General F.unuiiL ,' ,
his trip via the Georgia than the cocoanut tree. 1MSTKIIIUTION OF KOLA

Southern, &; Florida R'y, from Pa If then is any place In the United lug, Trucking, or a Business or Residence lot, anyytheie hvtwn ', \
THE shell road fight being over, and is" usual in State wheio the Kola tree can he cultivated NUT8.
latka to Macon, as
the ADVOCATE could not do without with loasonahle assurance of success and Miami, call on or address the umlei'signed.
such cases, he kept his eyes open.( I should It would\ be on the
say Our article the kola nut in issue of
We have seized on actual settleis.
a hobby. terms to
upon lie says that a year or two ago rich, moist land along,: the southeast October 21th; brought In prompt applications :;: ISpeclal

the Kola nut as worthy of being Herrion and Irwin counties, Georgia shore of Lake Okeechobee. In that lo for samples) of the nut from numerous JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land ( omnns, ,
"
before the Something would be from the
kept people. were In a very much depressed cality protected subscribers. All we only secured
may come of our efforts, if condition-far worse than Urevard cold noithwesterly winds, which always seven pound of the fresh nuts, our sup. ST. AUGUSTIM .. F[
bring our frost, by that vast body of
exhausted. We
in Urevard in ply wa Immediately
not probably some
has been since the freeze. The fresh water, or on some of the Islands have mailed a half-dozen flesh nuts to

portions of Dade county.I'ho price of cotton was extremely low : off the coast. each of the following patties, who signify
knows but the Kola nut will\ be as it did not pay to grow that staple The objection to the southeast shoreof their Intention of planting and giving THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CAR]
valuable a product of the lower these Lake Okeechobeo Is, that It would be them" careful attention.
is now changed ;
Everything
Fast Const, one of these days, as settled with some distance from transportation. That Any of the ADVOCATE renders, who Made for Soil Having 3 inch Tread
that counties have up a objection, however, would be nothing, desire to do so, can procure the fresh Sandy ,
the pineapple If happy
crop. lie he as compared to the present difficultiesin
thrifty population. says nut at one dollar; per pound from Johnson -
result should be attained, our labor passed through immense fields of securing the nut hoUl points Africa, A Johnson, OJ:. William street, New
will\ not be In vain. "So moteit rice and draws this moral far removed from the coast and trans York. We have not yet tested the nuts
upland ,
The objection to the Islandsoff
i be." portation. furnished by this dim. You may be
from his observation : He says thatIn the coast Is, that they are almost entirely able to procure a pound sample of the
South Florida upland rice will\ I composed of coral rock; there I II nut fiom Frederick :Stearns A Co.: of De-

ORGANIZE A BOARD OF TRADE grow on our pine land, and that i It ;'not sufficient soil to enable trees to make troit, Mich.\ at about .I.;.o per pound.We .
goool.'ootli. and as far all I am able to
have: tested the nuts of the last
will do splendidly on our saw-gras learn from the literature on the 1
meager named firm, and they are fresh and in
PeLantl followed the example of prairies. lie is confident we can subject, the Kola tree requires moist prime condition; but at present their,'

other progressive Floridian cities produce one hundred bushels to soil. The Florida coast, or islands, being supply I i and they may not i
1ovfolreI.d; : i
of rock, and exposed to strong sun :
muck lie able
last week, and her business! men the acre on our saw-grass '
shine and drying winds, are very thirsty,
organized it hoard of trade. Twenty- land, and he urged an AUVOCATK but possibly with an Irrigating plant the sample The following of kola nut letter sent accompanied out by the each Al>-
of the merchants and to draw the attention would do well the Florida
one leading representative tree on Key VOCATE to Samuel Filer, Key West; Hoi
professional men were present and of our people to rice culture., lint I am firm In my opinion that the J. W. Ewan and A. Simmons, Cocoa-

took }part in the organization.The I He says there is no reason why rich, a moist land along the southeast nut Grove; Chas. T. McCarty, Ankona; FOR SALE BY -
bore of Lake Okeechobeo otters the Jame 1'iltchard, TUnsville; T. E. Kich EDWARD SSTI.I-.TNGr: :
articles of association and Florida cannot produce half of all best field for experimenting in the culture ,
ards Eden Jos. Mendel La
Grange
bylaws of the Pensacola Chamberof the rice and sugar used in the of the Kola tree. J. C. Michael; Woodley; F." A. Chappell,; The Ijiimbev, Hardware and Paint DenleiOOOOA. "

Commerce were read and discussed United States, and he urges our I shall be pleased to hear from yon LaGrange; James Holmes, Jensen; J. L013IASPHALT
Indian ILivvr
: :
further" on thin subject, and be glad to ,
and a committee was appointed citizens not to depend entirely upon T. Gray, Woodley; W. D. Edwards,
give you any information: I may ,possess. Waveland and othel'll.TITt'8'ILIE.
;
to draft a constitution and fruit and early vegetables as n Yours truly,

by-laws. Another meeting was source of income, but to plant W. S. UHAUAM.: FLA,

held tills week, and permanent or- rice, sugar, tobacco and other Oct. 20, 1MIS.!I x ROOF x PAINT

ganization was effected. staple articles. lie does not like TITUSVILLE, FI.A., Oct. 2't, '!\1>,">. Dear Sir.:-We send you under separate -

What have the business men of the idea of encouraging stock raising Mr. The E. Richards, Eden, Fla. : cover, by mail, a half dozen kola
nut You will from the article lu
*
see
Titusville to the ? lie that cattle men area have favor of the Ground In Pure
say on subject says Dear Sir:-I your the ADVOCATE of the iWi, and by other Agents Wanted
Would it not pay for them to get hindrance to civilization ; that 11th. I have been making further investigation articles which will appear in the Anvo- Red Brown and

together and organize for the pur- cattle men oppose the building up in regard to the Kola nut. CATE of November 1st, and by a small f Write for Samp
FrICle1'lckStoal"nll & Co., of Detroit, and highest
pose of promoting the growth and of a county, because it interferes Mich., have agreed to let me have too of book on the subject which we hope to Prices.!
mail In few the value Grade
a days: great
you
prosperity of Titusville, by tryingto with their profits ; they always oppose the nut I received a sample from them of this nut. Black,

secure some manufacturing es- good roads and the incomingof recently and know that the nuts they If you see fit to experiment with its Asphaltum. catalogue

tablishments and in many other immigrants, because it Inter- furnish are fresh and In excellent con- culture, we will be much pleased to have '

ways which will suggest themselves feres with the free range of their dition.furnish/ many They of were the not fresh in a nuts.position I ex-to you do so; but we fear, however, it is FOe: PAINTINGTIN : :
too much subject to frost to flourish
? cattle. lie thinks instead of en- the from them
receive
to package
pect since learned that Johnson anywhere In Florida except, perhaps on IRON and SHINGLE Farm and R
couraging stock raising, our people to-day. I have the southeast shore of Lake Okeechobee, ROOFS, Factory,
A Johnson of !112 Wll'iam St., New
ought to make an effort to get the where we are told! tropical vegetation U
BLACKS AND WHITES IN THE
York, who are manufacturing chemists, never" injured" by frost and where the road Cars Fences and
and Buildings
SAME SCHOOL. legislature to pass a fence law, with factory; it New Brunswick, N. J., soil Is rich and moist. We shall be gladto Freight Bridges,
then go into the culture of rice. will furnish the flush nuts at tl.ixi per
know, In case plant the nuts,
i sugar, corn, tobacco and other pound. I have sent for a sample park- whether they sprout you, and how they are Iron Work of every Kind,
It seems that the American Con. staples, on a large scale. age, so all to compare their condition doing a year hence. We feel that if the

gregational Missionary association, He said, in closing, that be be. with those furnished will by equally btearns good*\ Co.I If. cultivation of the kola nut i is undertakenand Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Re
hope they prove ;
a national body, with agents in almost lIoved the people of Brevard county no, we can get all we need from Johnson will be made amply a success re-paid of and In gratified Florida, we by Roofing, and all kinds of

every state in the union, and had made one of the worst mistakes & Johnson.I the result, for the small amount of time Roof
which has among its other objects in refusing to bond for the do not think it will pay to attemptto we may give the subject. .g: Supplies, *'KOM

the education of the black race, building of a shell road. The Rev. 1(River cultivate for commercial the Kola purposes nut on, but Indian I do We would advise you to eat half of. The Armitage Manuf'g Co.,

has a school at Orange Park, Fla., Mr. Gove is a man of wide observation i think they" can bo grown on a large scale one of the nuts In the morning and notice
Its effects during that and Manufacturers of Asphaltum, Coal Tar Oils etc.
we ,
in which pupils of both colors the rich, moist lands doll'
were and knows what he is talking i iiiccessfully on think will be satisfied its '
taught, until the last legislature about. We told him he ought I long the southeast shore of Lake Okee- value as you a tine tonic and stimulant great, 3200 to 3300 'Vi11lalU!>hurg A"e., Richmond, Va

passed a law "prohibiting the instruction to have been present during the :food hobee protection; that large from body of frosts.water I gives have without any unpleasant or injurious after -

of white and colored campaign and personally canvassed i;alked to hunter and Indian in regard I effects. ,

students by the same teachers in the county, and made some stump ;o the locality mentioned, and they tell Yours GRAIIVM truly, WALTON. HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS

the same building," and prescribing speeches in favor of the shell road ne that there are wild orange and other
which
,ender trol'lcalltfowtbl have ap-
a heavy penalty for the violation
project.We arently never been Injured by frosts. Our article on the kola nut has attracted -
of the new law. trust if the subject comes un ,when I receive the nuts ordered" from t wide-spread attention throughout MANUFACTURED BY

a The action of the Florida legislature next year that he will throw the Johnson Johnson I will compare them the ..t.te.Letterll- have poured In

came up for discussion at weight of his influence in favor of with those of Stearns A Co., an.llf I consider upon us In every mall, and are still con & Sudlow
Chapman:
the annual meeting of the American them In good enough condition to tinuing to come. We regret" that we ,
shell road. His
bonding for a per. plant, will so advise you, and you can cannot afford to continue to furnish the
Missionary association, which tinent suggestions in regard to en- older from them direct. nut gratuitously. We have received letters South Jacksonville Florida.
was held in Detroit last week, and gaging in the culture of staple products Your truly, from points as far south as Key West, ,
it was decided to go into the courtsto deserves tbe careful consideration W. S. GHUIAM. and as far north a* Palatka, showing
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test the constitutionality of tbe of our readers. We trust that some In of the the kola writers nut for have some been time.interested For Oranges Vegetables and Pineappl

Florida law referred to. We lime It "'I11II1e some weight. From the best information we We present a sample letter below : ,

an idea the courts will hold that have been abje to obtain on the "SEABUEEZE, FLA., ----
the law referred to is in conflict subject, we are inclined to the "Oct. 20, isjtt.! --:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas '

with the Constitution of the United MORE ABOUT THE KOLA NUT. opinion that it would not be possible "W S. Graham, Esq.-Dear sir: Will Dealers in all kind of law; Material" such alt bull*. Potash i K n"'" '

States, and of the State of Florida. to grow the Kola tree in this you allow a person, who Is not a subscriber feeed Meal, Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc.
Our article the Kola nut to your paper, to ask for just one Bone ground and steamed in the factory In three different I'"
There are unwritten laws, however on locality for commercial purposes, kola nut f For" years I have been trying
in various parts of the union which appeared in our last issue, under existing natural conditions to get some nuts through the Agricul- :rSen,1 fur Pamphlets and Prices

which are of more elfect even than aroused a good deal of interest We must admit that this immediate tural department at Washington, but

!the highest written law of the land. among our readers, as shown by vicinity is visited by occasional have medical failed.companies I have also of New tried York throughthe and

Few well balanced people with the many letters we have receive frosts more or less severe every Cincinnati, but they would not let any-

healthy, moral Ideas, would sanction on the subject. We tht'retorl.lub- winter. At the present market one have nuts who wished them for JOB PRINTING

the continuance of the condition additional data in the shape of price of Kola nuts, it would pay to planting. Now, if you will let me have AT THIS OFFICE

of affairs which the Florida correspondence, which explains itself grow the trees under cover but we I one shall be much obliged to you, and
I will take the greatest care of it, and
legislature. I is seeking to : have no assurance that the price -
prevent, try to see what it will do for Florida. 1- ---- -

and if the American Missionaryassociation JOUNXO >t Joasttox: Mauufactur- ) will not soon drop to one-tenth Very truly yours M. M. I.Indley.-Dl. Headquarter for -Rev. U M. Goodell afteB '
attempts to force the lug Chemists, New York office J JIf. what it is at present. The nuts reel to Mrs." M. M. Lindley box M' I>eLand Florida Vis ceptably serving the Presbyterianhere

matter in the courts and insists William M. ) are now quoted in new York at FU. HorN for the past two years bat tc'*"

strictly on its constitutional rights, Oct 21tt. 1*!);.V $.,00 per pound, and a tree in full r a unanimous call from the Presbyter ttm

trouble more or less serious will Mr. W. S. Graham, Titustllle, Fla.Dear : bearing produces! over one hundred Atlanta K\iH>tltlou.Mr All Florida visitor to Atlanta are Invited church at Titutville WhiU ..> i t:
Sir:-Your favor of Oct. 1.1th is to make the West general regret that we areIJ :
undoubtedly result. pounds of nuts per year ; at one Florida Department lowville's >
Wm. M. Teahen of St Goodell and family. our
at hand. In reply would state that we Augustine, their
headquarters.
Now, let us look on another hundred trees to the acre, we would A register is and can Ifare
pic have fresh Ku't nuts that we could sup who ls well known along the Indian kept in which all Floridians gain, we
ture. Miss Augusta Elizabeth ply at the rate of ii.iSJ per j>ound. They get, at the present price, the immense River, hat rented Angler Villa, I;' city are requested to register visiting their the mend them to the good grac'hi> *cfldence .,

Frazier, colored, of New York city, will probably grow In your vicinity al- sum of $10,000 per acre. If Angler avenue, Atlanta, Ga., where names, their home postoffice, their At. of the people there, )
has though they are subject to kill by she wllbe\ glad to ice her old lanta city address and the In Kev. Goodell an Intellectual J
brought suit in mandamus to the price drops to ten cents per date of their tireless pre
and frosts. They need friends This house Is located In the arly man, an earnest,
droughts by
compell the trustees of the 22nd plenty of warmth and moisture. Is there pound, a fair crop even then would best section of the city, and II I only five letters expected or departurefrom telegrams seat to Atlanta the All and a mot honorable, worth ,"!'tZ; !

ward of that city to appoint her as any frost In your vicinity, and do you bring ..,000 per acre. minutes walk from the Exposition the West Florida exhibit receive careful care of Kltslmmee Leader..

teacher in grammer school No. 58.She know of any points along the coast of The heavy demand which exists, grounds-electric can passing every ten attention, and all Floridians leaving For One Day Only.
Florida that the frost never reaches If will minutes. Parties of four and upwardscan home without I'
claims that she has served as and it likely to increase, no an address In Atlanta
rou can give us any such information get very reasonable rate. would do well to have their *>-
friend <
all
extensive ad *n
doubt stimulate ,
substitute four times the I plantingof At Simon Hamberg's
a over : will greatly oblige us. Write for term and secure room at ,dress them tn cue of the '
usual limit required, that her ex.e. 'rou Ws shall be pleated to furnish you I r the nut in the West Indian .once. Rates from |IT per week. I exhibit, Agricultural bulMlng.West-Cltlxen Florida, I ba price,'on" Mo..d counter\1. for So*.half 4th. the.











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INDIAN, RIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 1, 1895. 6

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Awarded Biscayne' Bay country He savt that tering and no commercial fertilizer. !

World' Fair. Indian River la good enough for him, but I On ridge lands the young trees must be SCOTT'SCARBODIGESTIYE
Honors- he had hopes of the shell COCOA ICE WORKS
Mirheit seeing road watered at regular; Intervals. and th.wo I
-DR; well under way when he returned. Intervals! must lie short. They must be'' ,

fertilized and hate plenty around the : I *

I trees. Lemons like orange, are gross Oooon P1.or1.da.
White ,
City. feeders Mnll l must have an ample supplyof e
food and water. COMPOUND.Positively I NO'VV :lN: OPEX1..A.TlON.: :

Rev. 1<: T. It. Filpp, Congregational i Seven years. Ittu! (lie hickory ridge In .
O. CL I .Il I <.J1 I II
"1fi preached here on Sunday loot. townshlim.11: 31: 3.1: and 34, but pititic- 1\
nearly t<>*'nhipa; 31 and .I:.!, WH. the
Mr. J, C. Little came over from Vero finest body of spruce pine and hickory the one Remedy for -- Manufacturer -

Thursday to spend a few days with his anywhere on the ilvvr. The spruce trees the Treatment of
I[ ICE vfc D1S11I.L14Ji11VA.: : : TER
family. were front six to foil i teen Indies In diameter \ .

Attorney C. T. McCarty, agricultuial ; the latter size ptcdomlniting.The : NERVOUS EXHAUSTION,

manager; of the St. I.ncltt Ill:\'er coluuy, hickory inn Rant :.in huh to twelve Simple :Aggravated forms uf ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.

DAKIN6POD1R was In TlttiMille on Tuemliy.Mr. I Inches In dlaitielei, and from ten totwenty m.M'EPMA.: : ASH ::Kcfilgeratois, Ice bests' Kieexers and Water (oolem.
foot hiitli. ; : the whole f..lining an 1
: K. Krlngellinrk a young man from ImpviiftiHlile l1I.t.... It was au evil\ daywlifii r.VLI'ir\T10N TIIK: HEART. .
Minntapuli) Minn., RI'lln..1 lucre onWcdnohdiiy p.niy' of hunters set tire to this Lake Worth Ice Works .

on visit to Ml. :M. Sojjaaid.: growth and destroy ing for miles growth ,

A willi.. of timber that will\ requite to Does your food sour after t'alhllt1'0:
thealilcRII'l'ffol'man'e > git en years '
confused and excited ? 110YOUII.t PALM( BEACH FL \
PERFECT MADE. on Thanksgiving; day; the 1.roel'l'IIA111 restore. you easily ., :
MOST ln expended for a Christmas tree for en-tenths of this ridge in townships up in thud morning tiled and iin-
i cure Grip Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret the school children 31 and I I:1: : I IA now' coveted with dense refreshed and with 1b ul taste In the _

ton Ammonia. Alum or any other adulterant growth of hickory scrub; the iftnalning mouth '.' C:8: : .S. B L'Z7& CO.
to YEARS THE STANDARD.Bonaventure. Mr. W. .l. Kiikby, manager of the three-tenths. has grown up In oak snub.Iu M there a dull cloudy sensation, attended .. ,
Florida Kant Coast Line Canal and by disagreeable feelings In the i iF'1no 'J
my opinion these are the liest pineapple I Ire.tl.ealr: : IN
Transportation: Company's stoic, went lands in Itrvvard or Iade counties head and even?' :
tll Jacksonville and M. Augustine; last The ",,1118 of a deep orange color resembling Are yon in It a hit, and icntess! : : W1nos tLIla L1Q.'l.ors,

week, returning; Monday. very much the light-brown Does jour heart thump and cause you
--- sugars: of Louisiana. The depth of this to gasp| for breath after/ climbing flight .107, :taro A :.111 \\'. K.,v *!.. i'

Fort Pierce. spills: about; 20; feet. The I texture :isfine. of staus JACKSONVILLE -. FLA.
v;; i Oredemoie i IA shipping; beans: Its fertility Is amazing: to thosewho Dot's It distress joii to lie un the left :

.t Qtiincey U also shipping a few. arc unacquainted: with such soils. side\ Phave Kir ami, llnitrliiuiMliAlei.' fl'..... .l '

jli Peter AMttflcld Is doing since I :Mr. Hatchett Is In town for a few days\ Mr /. Calender, In 1.!U.; planted 1UM yon Impaired memory, dimnessof tilKIMtxrgftllilllHr ii.ll: IM Fnini II *'I.r til f3.rll.|IN'r Lill.ni
vision. of mind and "
Egyptian suckeis. At the time tf depiession 1"1II1f.elM'rlhlllll '
!linn on Col.! Edgerton's pl.we: Weorr" :Mr. L. Cmleton paid Titustille aMt queen r.- Vt* iiiakd Kiioelaliv >f Nnrili i ini
Mr Edgaiton to return.uon. I planting: he used 20 pounds, of cottonseed t': i Mountain I I vw ('o ell W hr.kPIIII. ; -,
on Filtljy.We meal on these suckers. In the These KvmptoniN IIUMII I hVUII ,110 ,YPat..hl, Hi> lair RallonIK I

)II i're<1emore has quite a nice lot of hue: been having great deal of spring of 1M tt4> ho used :pounds of cotton sulTenng fiom \Dyspepsia cud l Ncivon* ,. ." -, a.l! :i>'t<, :i KII',''''-'''|.. ;al9h F 0

,t-i: .berrtet that are looking uery line rain lately. seed meal; In July of that year he Exhaustion.Them M.hPp.d
(11111. fi h'JI"I. f i .11. .I>M .
Hindering there ban been( much rain. gave: them :2*> pounds moie. At that l 1M no other remedy extant: that flMi\
Capr. A. .I. Lew h left for Titusulle, has done so much for this d.11I1I "f tumbles -
time it was the most sightly pitch of I1irtlp ...
Mi, tnd l Mrs. J. H. Parker: paid their last. : M\lnu In l>n. """ mil' iln
Friday ..
visit pines on the liver. They were stout, asScott's nil lonnlrr from fir, ". Ill' run 'II!'"
-arenU at Pineda a last Sunday them Mi\ ''''''1. on nil onlrrn.
,: Iwr|
Mr. C. T. of Mr. and :Mrs. Hat'bin spent Sunday at stocky and strong and of the most desirable
by Harper
mipanied ,
.L c. nl.iceMi Lemon View, visiting Mrs F. Bell. color; when the freeze of February Carbo-Digestive W..III rf/.11N.y..rnd not niii iiniviMinli unmet mltli ".r.ler unli' ..,
came It cut the most of them down ultalilfJukMrntlHrrrlirenii
\1' L'lrinoiNHliiM
T. Harper made a trip to Minis. The death of Mrs. Paine has. cast a What: impressed me most was the v Compound, :\ >tit i' o niolm Toe ti.

Monday to carry Mr. Mi i nix' pony gloom over the whole community. small: amount of fertilizer lined-70

-.me. which they have been using in Mrs..1. Wadkins. left for Georgia, pounds; even a part of this was. lined on If join (11111' hat lesisted the usual
ij.udcn. a patch "fI.d\ Spanish: Facts methodit of tie.itment: wo aiepiiitlculaily t !:
btu (; Wednesday. Jim is now a bachelor.: apples
-- are stubborn things anxious to have: you give IhisI'untpuuud.

Rev. Mr. White III hold services here W Roseland. next Sunday. All are cordially ln\lted.! I We guarantee: relief in every case and

will cheerfully refund join money should" \
The lumber for the sidewalk Is now 'I
Mullet are so scarce now that It l lI'TIOM I" ATLANTA COItlUsi" >OM>- our remedy full to producetlio most
on the ground, and we hope to have a
1':I'AII iniHwiilble| to catch enough for a good one soon iINCIN gratlfjing Please: lememU-r results. that the appellationPatent You get a Complete High Grade FERTILIZER !

Mr. Thomas Dardis returned from Medicine does not apply to
"el'eral illigatois, exceeding 12 feet In last absenceof The great exposition of our Cotton "
Tampa Saturday, after an .OUE IREAZ
SCOTT'S < AKOODIGhsTIVKCOMPOUND.l : : .
'th. have been killed In the Sebastian.
fii :
about ten months.Messrs. Stales is now In complete shape and I .

ivei recently. W. S. Graham and R. B.liurchfiel but thorough order. To say that It is fine I It Is a prescription' I, put up by it loadingpliynici.ni ( UTAHAN'i'EEIN.LY: I :. t1111111

Mr Rogers, one of the caipcnteis registered at Tyler's hotel the feebly is feasted expresses and it.the At mind every instructed turn who ha: made stomach and .\ ;, I'y to ;Sty I'ei Cent r
eye -
'corking, for Mr. Moore, has been quite
'"i. a!th a fever. Tuesday night. and all should take advantage of the I nervous. troubles a o pee I.illy: for yuais.Weeiuiit ; Available !I'ho.phirte.tetd. 4', t.\ r'\If" .. / ,1
Mr. A. A. Stewart of Titus\ille, investigation and eiunestly
spent
liberal education
It atToids./
Potashrliu( . "
W n noticed Mr. f). F. Faddison) here a Wednesday with his sister, Mrs H. A. A hurtled walk through the buildings urge physicians: to write\ us for the ) II to S ,

fee days ago. lie Is supplying the lumber Bell He left for home on Thursday reveals so much of Interest one makes a formula of Scott's Carlo-l Ilgeslive\ Compound Mudo( excliiKhelv fiom Mliate of :Scxl.i, Cotton !Send Meat, lllus\ \mil, Uoiio, Acid

for ErciMoune Inn. morning. mental resolution to return at an early which we will\ mail on application Phosphate: and Snlpiiate: of PotaHh.: No coloring l1Iah'I'I.IIIIMt"1. \Ve also carry all [
that they satisfy: themselves of ngiiriiltniiil' 1 eheniieiiU for home mixing. Trite and ilmil.us.ff" ,
Mr Stanley Kitchen was from Parson Gove held set vices twice last date: and study everything closely! but a may fur prices '
up .
vbastian looking after his sailboat Sunday to large eon regatiolll. We are few first Impressions. may not IK amiss. Its IiaimlcMS character: and excellent : Also a I burg( stuck of 11..1. Maker >V ltrii I a. Coinplelv' ll\lIl1n'\ ..

tthich he has dismantled and left In the glad to see the parson looking so much In the government building the displayof vlrtucs.SCOT"I"S.
reek until the tom Ist Reason opens. better his holiday having done him a the Fish Commission attracts more : CACBO-DIGKSTIVK: ( : : WILSON & TOOMER J

great deal of good attention than anything else; but the COMPOUND ,
flue rainy weather Is delaying the army and navy exhibit is of deep value Is thc most remaikablo: remedy tint The Fertilizer House of Florida,

rink considerably on the new hotel, but Eau Gallie. The warships and their guns attract science has produced. It has encceedcdwhere I Jacksonville Fla.LANDS. j
Mi\ Moore says that he will have the crowds all the time, whilo the representation all other; medicines: : 1 have failed.; ,

Mulcting opened for business at the time of the methods of war from the druggists everywhere tl.M( )

ulvertised. The infant child of Mr. Wm. Roesch early frontier days t.<> the present Is. no per bottle. Sent to any address )iu t.

died last Saturday morning; less interesting America! on receipt of price. '
Indian life in its many phases is set Don't forget that we cheerfully refund MUCK k
Ankona. Mr. Tom Snell and others, of Tropic forth In the clement manner, and we see your money if results are not M.itlsfai

are shipping beans, which bring high so many things we little dreamed. A tory. Older direst If your druggist does ,

We are glad to learn that Mrs. Kichrdton prices just now. case representing a group of Alaskan not have It.Addre811 .

is Improving daily from her late Mrs. Robert Harper and Miss Rachel Indians, for instance, preparing/ sac all orders to --- ----

illness! Harper, of Tropic, wore In town last rifice. 'Tis a gruesome IIpe'tlUle-the
Friday, shopping. poor wretch whose doom Is sCIk..1an CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG CO Fn two and a half acre t tracts,
Fine weather is prevailing since the
Rev. II. M. Prince i III preach at the expression of deepest agony on his face;
went blow. Very little damage: was Is prepared for slaughter, while the Topeka Kas. t
Baptist church next Sunday, lOoming ,
'done here this as far as we can t Canal.
,
year around, with their rude musical Fronting on
group
and school at 3 o'clock.
evening. Sunday Or For Sale by
Pain Instruments, celebrate the rite. It I is Q O O O tt

Mr Frank ChafTee of Tltusville, was The Union Sunday school will hold a hard to realize such a comparativelyshort Fred S. Chaffee & Co., Titusvilleuses

Citing his mother, Mrs. C. E. Cluffee, cake and ice cream social at the Baptist space of time separates our civilization I Apply to
few church Saturday evening, of next week. horn such barbarism.In .
i
days last week. Come again
Frank. the Liberal Arts building is a most must they feel! they have descended, ALBERT W. ROBERT,
Mrs. Capt. Xesblt gave a birthday after once having nerved as ships of the
Mini party, last Saturday<< : afternoon, receivingthe : varied display of all manufactured goods. desert have ruse and! Wost Palm Beach Fla.
Lucy Robinson has returned to besides fine workmanship: In the precious now to to stoop, I
of her
'.ier home at Eden after a very pleasant friends.congratulations many lady metals, beautiful Bohemian and cut rlln ul' a dark: alley to. provide amusement -

wk's visit with Mr. and Mrs McCarty glass sculpture etc., in the German, for the Idle throng Imagine: youi "
Ankona.. Messrs. Murphy and Geiger, insurancemen Russian and French exhibits. What do self perched) on the hump of a camel

Mi of Titusville, were in town last you think of paper lead pencils. ,? Something holding tight to an enstein hour!, for STEVENS BROS. & CO c-/ f.
and
Sirs. Hutchinson have gone week, talking life insurance and Building new, you say. Perhaps they will\ they know how and you don't, and you ,
i the Island to their winter home.
Mr and Loan advantages.Capt. revolutionize the Industry. I understandthe have to (told! on-slang Is forglveable: If F
Hutchinson is much missed "
very the sick list Southern Railway has placed a large you sigh, "out of sight.
'rom the John Houston Is on
Sabbath school.
this week. He has a force of men at order for them and will I heicaftcr use At \list the chute I Would you I e the -? -, ? STEVENS POTTERY, GA f

vliool is progressing finely under the work on the county road, between here them in their offices. man wliD has not shot the Unite If

management of C. S. Moore. Scholars and Melbourne. Time will not permit of even a passing you do not hasten you will soon be that MANUFACTURERS OF --
*ff regular In attendance and are very notice of the many other Initiating solitary Individual, for everylxidy IN
ouch The fish firm of Lourcey & Co. have shooting the chute. You with
interested in their studies.
for 'tis and gasp
sights, dark
growing we ate
Mr obtained the services of (>eo. Houston bound for the Midway Oh, the Mid, fear, and declare you never will, as you Well Curbing and Flue Lining Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all t
and Mrs. J. II. ITlopp arrived on and John Reilly who took their boats watch the descending boats and see
fascinating 1111.1 l; with a boon companion and Flower Pots and Locomotive Tile
FirsBrick
Thursday evening from Chicago making Shapes ; Prepared Fire Clay and
have
the down the river Monday, where they what a royal, rioting, rollickingtime them leap high In air as they touch the ,

rtestfc trip<>f in their 48 t hours daughter They, Mrs.are C.the S. established a fishing camp. Is in store for one. The Midway, water, but still you move with the Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile..
crowd and finally reach the stop a
top
electric is of ) ; )
Moore Capt. R. I1. l'a while here. They seem glad to moment and on the scene outspread Save by clone at Home and from deter
gaze buying
get back to the land of perpetual sunhine In charge of the lumberyard, during the pleasuie to the young and a fountain of before like fairyland ff your money inuu. 1
absence of G. F. Paddison, who Is on a youth to the old. What sights, what you, more -- .:
to the sounds what things. they do I The than anything you ever conceived before
business trip Biscayne Bay region. THE REASONS -
Vr and Mrs. S. J. Eldred will not he specials with their Iron.\a.llunjtl.;\ call- ; then on around to the boats You ;

back to Ankona this winter. Their stay Capt. Leo Fiomburger, of Cocoa, and Ing lustily their attractions within, each falter and hesitate as you take the final You Should a Yost Writing Machine LIt / .
here was but little over a year, but they Mr. J. E. Merrill, of the Merrill-Stevens striving to get something more unique step: but the boatman shouts hurry up, Boy : .

(gathered around them a large circle of Engineeringcompany, Jacksonville are than the others, cause pandemonium to and you are In. With a gasp you realize
Wends overhauling the steamer Delia, the deed is done have taken ha Ribbon Shift
who were loth to see them go. here, reign. ; you your no or Key
Mac. the choicest blessings rest upon preparatory to taking her to Lake Worth. The spceler for the Illusion I'alaca life In your own hands; you clutch the It haw Perfect sndPermanent '
J'l', iu their and show Iron railing, commend your soul to your
northern home.Sebastian. Capt. Bob Hardee, of Sebastian, has very Inteiestliig puzzling bj-
purchased the interact" of Mr Eugene tho-way-after shouting in stentorian Maker, and calmly await deduction. Altf..n'nt. i
The shrieks of laughter from the others
tones his invitation to enter deftly
Brainard in the fishing firm of A A. Durability, Strength,
finally awake from trance and
j you your
catches bones which he rattles
Ford % Co. The business will now be up some
managed entirely by Mr Ford. It is In a most artistic, minstrel a you find yourself screaming too. The Kane: of Operation, .

MrV. E Bogue will lead the Christ- rumored that Mr. and Mrs. Brainard will man at the piano plays a spirited two- boatmtu draws up to the landing and Convfiilenee and ) '
I'a"11of
declare is the best of all ah,1you
It fun
,
In Endeavor and girl In eastern you
I next Sunday. leave shortly for some point on the Su- step, a a glittering
cut by the bloomer want to do It again. Work that to ,found
Mr river where Mr. B. will take costume pattern ,
Paul wanee ,
Kroegel is hard at work put- (which a maiden of uncertain All good times come to an end, however
coy age
a intx charge of a steamer In no other Typewriter.
motor In the sloop Mist. standing near, remarks she does not and It U time to take the Southern
Mi Carpenters, painters, gardeners, and Railway bark Into the city. All hall to
I Fritz: Light has a discourag- think Is nice) alternately shake a tam-
very laborers, are at work at Sarno busily the Midway) long life to th" dear old
'e '""k on his countenance these days. bourine and beats a stove plj,*. Who ;
,' engaged, under direction of Mr Ver- Midway W. meet there again next ZffSend for Catalogue to
)'"u know why ? can resist f Only the man minus a quar-
beke, who is setting out a great varietyof ter in his pocket. Saturday night.
now have three fish firms. In town, plants and flowers, roses, carnations, On a little, and we halt before the Sruris.: FIELDER & MOWER
''-,1 1 the( boys are making It lively for the pinks, verbenas nearly all varieties be- .
Gypsey tent. Everybody has a latent (..n.r.l Hwulhom A.*.,
!iI'Y tribes that inhabit our waters ing represented. Mr. V. ranks high as a desire to lift the veil of futurity and YOST WRITING MACHINE. )Ifoalvra h. olllelt anll T'i'e1Itlter Su/j'li
and will make Sarno a veritable 'VV iLIltod. -.A. Ma21In :
)/1. Itobert King, ef Sanford, was in florist of bloom this winter. Mr Bast peep beyond, even if they will\ not admit for all AfaclllnOf! arlMin pap' CiblNiiiM, lA-tier rile, 'rypewriter\ paper, 1mpremlon -
"'*" this week looking after his interests garden Florida It. You enter and forget tills workaday every section at once to sell staple IbMik Write u> '01 pines on what you need.
,I" the wrecked steamship, Breconshire. has decided to drive to arrive for by fortnight easy world, the lanterns swung aroundon goods dealers; no peddling; experience| FIELDER: : A MoWEK.Vo .
and not a -
11111Io stages, may pine trues, the blazing camp tires, unnecessary; best side line t73.IO a \VallStrcet.. Kiiuball llou""e. Atlanta, ()aTITUHVIMJ
,, Mattie Braddock U acting as as- or more white tents and the black sky overhead month. Salary and expenses or large
"tant postmaster Mr., Howard having The beautiful winter home of Messrs.J. all seem to belong to another clime, and commission made. Address with 2 cent

new"-tevote. all his time to the fish busl- W. and C. B. Merrill\ of Kansas City, you feel mysterious in spite of yourself. stamp for sealed particulars, Clifton Soap : u I\'f IIIn U 1'l'UU'f. >

so charmingly located on the Indian A true Gypsey girl taken you In a dark and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati .

(>ur schools are doing well, the one Inn River at Tropic, is being made ready fort tent, holds your hand, and in low tones Ohio

.J'. having i 23 pupils, and the one on Its owners who are expected to arrive reads your fortune with such startling --- -- -- -- The following U a foinp.traliv ilatenieht Neale* Smyrna x Livery A
.t.iUltian river at West Sebastian having this week.' Blooming roses and other truth that when she calmly announces of Uini|> >ratur and rainfall for the
,
Pupils. flowers in profusion surround the place, she can toll no more free, but will finish JAS Y BOFILL & CO. week ending l'eduesdayILL! :all, "1tilets :
and blocsoms fill the air with for 0cts hand It ,
orange you gladly over. (.- -I \.-
'Mr. and Mr,. Jjw A Hudson, Of Pine| fragrance. Mr. Ben HillUrd Is In chargeof The Flying Jimmy" with IU horses, Fruit and Produce -f# Stable ;{: 4-
B'u9, MAX. MIN. MAX. MIX.
Ark., are expected daily. They the place, and expects to gather 40 or goats, giraffes and tigers to ride upon- ArK ,
17 T U; 7U'1&
wpped over In Atlanta for a few days 5<) boxes of oranges. always new-Is a potent attraction for
to take IS K< IKI M| lit)
in the sight the small boy while the Maze is Commission Merchants
\ear Mystic IU K:* "7. M>l 71 C. I.. IO1IN,1'1'oirrietor.
"our' '. a source Infinite merriment and laugh ,
truckers are all hard at work The } 20 741 tort 70 IMJl
planting and land for their ter. But I cannot begin to mention all o. Ho* I03tt. ----
preparing I 71' f1! 77 74M ;
'inter crop.. We expect to send away WooptET: FLA., Oct. 29,1'twi. the alluring attractions, this time, at lunluXf"t.J1.1: : A l+.... at. I ui., 7*" fll' 7*$ IMW
wore least, for we must batten to the streets Ma. tuultb (urilM* /v., r5Mso.. ill.. cktasa.t -
'estetabln this winter than Hacks Meet All Trains.
ever Edilvr Adrscety: of Cairo. Ah, there Is sport "Ride Hawk ..( Lnuicbus, N. II. fiMificnaiwHMklB : >> 77 71 75 flO
4..'.. Joha W. iMHuuimtw Vorktttj
with" me Daisy Bell," "ride Lillian Russell .... ,. Total rainfall for the week: 2.W Inches. ,
<; It U a debatable question ; J. KwllkA; ( Inds. Mu.; Y. UICUTMM.
&&. Bob Uardee left for the upper which Is the best lands for lemon shout the donkey boys as they surroundyou r*. (i.ror.lie., K.M.OUivr. MMtM.rU. *- Departure from normal rainfall for the Passengers anti bagoag tr %|freU to
to
! rI uw Sunday morning in the sloop Dora, aa hammock lands or high ridge and clamor for a making ., trull sad ITortae. Trw. itoMrkJrjiUwiUUI ; i week : plus 1 lilt Inrbea. Departure i all parta of the etfalMl Otis.ado
) low customer
-our .. __....
.
< led Mrfc lIardtle. E. W- Sapp and lands like thOM of Woodlev Height I such din you feel bewildered while from normal rainfall lnc. January lit. ll ach. Call on me before MMfceMof
uu. P. ".. J(_ .3131 ..."Ir., blr.N. luclie. arrangements.
"* jtcfcio gwing along for a few have tried the former, but Lave no practical the donkeys run against you and tin I'luIO.II'

J' JlWuure.V experience with the UtUr. Th. camels step upon you- almost. The Now OrlounH I.it.rputmr.l J. E. I.. MOl'kTTK; i NEW sMvnxA, FLORIDA::

Stanley Kitthing U back from the on. require no labor In the way" of wa pour, patient old camels, to what bas Advasc.s 1IiWII. c.-Ipa. Utxtervcr.:












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6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER-1, 1895.

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01 Hated cane which nald writ attachment there ALEX REAR. 1 j
levied said
has been propertysaid
In upon ERrn
of ulddefendant
LIFE TRULY SAVED. Heavy Freight defendant In the above-stated e In has lees In levied the above ups said eanje property, sppear. NEAR rr1 de'twa

Landlord (apologetically)-This ele- as appears by said levy endorsed on said by said levy endorsed ra.1.s :' bv the & TAYLOR 11II1
-: Dr. Miles' Heart Core Does It. valor record of the notice of record of the notice of sale levy and d.'rll'tI..n l
scorn to run a little slow lust writ and by the recorded (8uceellon John
JHER La of Mid I property Upon i'J.n\he fCAIIJ.ltr
Point well-known resident of said IiI:
'- .. pralftea tftie wonderful remedy now. said levy and description rrope Clerk of the Court o* Brevard sailMichael IM
should convince all aa to the Onwit-<)h, that's all right There'sa ty levied upon recorded by the clerk of Florida. In the lien bonki and yen the Artesian Well ContractoilEAU I
of the New Heart Core and Keator/ clerk hard the Circuit Court of Brevard county { r. Dwyer. and all PT"on.intfrJ'Jd; .
with .
,, on one of the guest'sbills. said required abovjMated
Her letter dated Sept. llth the are hereby MOU'r-;
And
.
book ;
: M follows ChiMgo I Record Florida, In lien : you, on the first hi ."".T. ; GALL1E FLA '!
.-. Michael F. Dwyer, and alll"'l'IIOnli Intecated Ice! being the ninth day of unit month, elM
HAD SOMETHING BETTER. are hereby required to appear In Jndgncnt bv default will be taken against you 1 1'Itt:
and
said Mlihael r. Dwv-r, and each, every
the
said suit above stated on the tint Mo falling aptsaid
The Man Wn Didn't Ilelleve .. the pUt ... Some Len. all penton interested tv | HODGES &
day In January A. P. J811.! being the tourtin said ease, and sngirpnaeedingeha'l: GODFRE
.. Penwiper. "Have"you given fresh water to the I th day of said month, else Judgment therein a> by law Is In inch cae made and pro- apt

A spare neiron looking m.n. arrayed goldfish, by default will\ be taken against you the vited.'Witness. the Honorable John It Broome.Jnrtge.a : Manufacturers ..f pbQs

In a rusty salt of black and carrying! "No mamma they haven't drunk said Michael F. Dwyer and each, every stein I A. A Stewart, clerk I and 1 the sealof I .

a email valise in hit hand went Into what they've got already "Christian and all persons interested failing to appear *ald. liwrt at the court-houne the In Tnajjvllle.llrevard ) Yellow
this, : Pine
fount Florida, fhfd
one of the leading hotel the other day; Register. In said Court l.i said cause and such September: A. {;. 1K3S. LulROUO

And addressed hlm elf to the clerk) proceedings had therein by law Is In A. A. STEWART,

"I 1. such cases made and provided. Clerk Circuit Cowrt .t DREasED,
ee yon ne a raw potato M a pen
r Master Sale Witness the lion. John D. Broome Brevard County, I'la.
Orange Boa Heads
wiper he ob enoo. l and 8dt
also A. A. Stewart, clerk
"Yes replied the hotel clerk who Judge as Minor: fJ *.me., [U.J Fruit A
Yet
and by virtue 'of a decree of fore the seal of said Court at the court-house | <.tnle frill
'WtrtlKl.Attnl'hf'Y.
happened to be at leisure and in a mood UNDER and sale Induing out of the Circuit In Titusville Brevard County, Florida, John E. I'lalntlff Lumber delivered any r.n..1 i IMlar '
'I'
to be gracioni. "It I.I ai good a. anything court for Krevard county In a cause thrre this the 12th: day of September, A. DISO. *for D.C. on through:; :: bill of lading Am. ,i,
In depending In Chancery, wherein Hiram gep2o deM Ky C. R. Stewart lug bullulngon the Last Coast, \, "T
elae and keeps the pen from oor Jacob I* complainant and Lucy Wright, a* aibminlntratrlx .'). JoIT. fur'price*. .i, .,,. ,;
ndl
roding of Peter Wright I Jr., A. A. STEWART, & k. W R,., II .south ,f 1 ,utklSatsiiinu
al, are defendants, I will Mil,at public .urtlon.1 Notice.In .
"Have you ever made an estimate In 'r..nluf the court house decor In Tltuirllle, on Minor S. Jones, Clk. Circuit Ct., night, Putnam en., \
asked the stranger leaning forward and! the first Monilay Nornmlier, Ice! daring the John E. lUitildge Brevard Co., t'la.
legal l hours of ale I to the hi I best and Imt billlor Seventh
speaking in a confidential tone "of the : fur cash, the following dracrlhed property, Attys. for Plaintiffs. [L.S.] the Circuit Court : Judicial

probable effect of the general adoption tf>",\t I The nth.h.1t of lot twenty ((2e: ), .* Bep.20-dec.20: : By C. K. Stewart, D. C. Circuit, Bievard County Florida:
of the shown on plat of Indian River City, filed by R. J. M. SANDERS
rather John
potato M a penwiper or A. Ilardee In the clerk office, of Hrrvaril county W. T. Ightman and
pengticker" If'Mal. lorlita.I Icing a part of section thirty'three O. Christopher copartners ,
I and
"I don't think I have" said the LA POIJIT. 2137 ITnmboldt St. i11), In township twenty-tar the (24)northwe.t, smith of rangelhlrtyeixroeasttalno Notice.In style under of vUgluman the name and f Notice of Inntltn- Dealer In -
"Typhoid fever left with heart quarter titan of Hull byAttachment
me troubleof
clerk. of the smthwent, quarter of nectlon twenty alx ChristopherPlaintiff .
the most serious nature. Nothing the (2s). In township twenty-eight (2.), south of the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial] *.
"It i I. worth while sir
your re doctors gave had any effect. I had severe pant .S.lIch. DRY GOODS
thlny-neven
,joined the man in black speaking ear my palm left In side the heart for more, and than was three unable minutes to lie on at ..441 range Florida.i) acre, and being(37)both 1 In; containing Hrenrd county forty, District, Brevard County Florida: ) .., F. Pw'rfeudan":;; t 'J, NOTION

firstly and hurriedly. "There are in a time.. Mr heart seemed to rolM beau, and Henry W. Caldwell DW tR, the defendant In the
thi town today probably not less than I t had smothering spell. In which It seemed I). L (!Afl.IKRol.l.lnn :\, and Charles C. 1 li iCHAFJ.alcove 1 stated F. cause, and all jiersons Interested AND ?

ever breath would be my last. We acel- & Graham, Special !Ma terdol I Scott co-piitneis will I hereby take notice that the fin, -
200 hotels that habitually use potato y saw an advertisement of *. for Cotupl ort4 novl under the name, Notice of Insttutlou of nightman: and Christopher, the plaintiffs: In I Choice Groceries .vItf'

to stick their prns in. Each one takes afresh Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure firm and style of of Suit by the slave stated .cause have commenced a. suit ,
In the t Irciiit I ourt of the State of lorlda. Seventh -
That
potato every morning. uses and Restorative Nervine and purchased a Caldwell & :Scott Attachment. Jndleial I Circuit, In and for Brevard Conn-

up 200 potatoes a day. In a bushel there bottle f each. After taking I the remedies a l\lalh'r'l4 Sale, PUintitTs. t)', by writ t>f attachment against the land, Hay Corn Mapes' FertilialFIM
are about 100 potatoes of the size of week, could be lifted in achalr and: tit up VS. S tenements goods and chattels of the Mid Michael ,
an hour and In a short time I was able to F. Dwyer as defendant named In the above
this one you are using. That makes two do Until housework. I shall be ever grateful fir Michael F Dw.pr.Defendant., I stated case, which Mid writ of attachment there.in
: sail by virtue of a final decree
!
bushel a day or 730 buohels a year
Do Jon begin to fee"- they saved my MRS.life. CITAS. LA POINT. ('11'1'111' c."rt..r IlrevlI,1, county. .Florida ICII.tELF. DWYEK, the defend I defendant In the aliove stated said cause writ, rulbytherevert :: I
paul endorsed on Gococi
the lath A H lee, I in a by levy rwlc51'Icllls
'
"My frieud" Dr:, Miles Heart Cur Is sold on a positive canoe on therm:a.fpI'nt': ;wherein: Aaron A. It.Onnw .. Ivi ant In the above entitled cause of the notice of Mid levy and: description
guarantee that tho Brat bottle will benefit. '... will hereby of levied upon, recorded by the Clerk .
interested property -- 1
"Wait moment That is I. complainant sod ( n. ('hnnee. assdniinlntratrixof and all persona ,
a merelythe All druggist ael It at II, 6 bottle forts ort of and of the (Ircult Court of llrevard County. Florida
the estate C. E (l'haffee Caldwell
Ix'K'uning! I have spoken only of will be Bent, prepaid, on receipt: of price (' U (ImlTre Individually Fred' H ( hatfeeand take notice that the firm of in the heft IH".k; and you the said Michael F. .
ora '
the hotels. The use of the potato an a Dy the Dr Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Io alKive nthe
Dr. Miles' Heart Cure eeaoel.. Robert Morrow and wife. ('hollp, !Mr.re anno, have commenced a suit In the Cir required M eal'l.:; : ,
!$S3t D IH'K. Icingtheivh its
poDHtioker! is growing constantly It I.Iprl'ading Is I >. e. JI"'ar.I'ountylltate Rank, J. A. .1, Wagoner cult Court of the :State of }Florida Seventh first M ondx month;, else Judgment |,y
of said ATTOItXKYSlXLAMM
0 Batley, Juhu tinwn 1V'altef p, day |
,
to mercantile establishment Loper
; In and for Brevard the said Mich-
Ciicuit ,
; .Judicial \ default will be taken against you
-------- orals harry IVatton and llelrn Walb.n are
Imagine what will be the eoueexluo'nces<< ----- I'feulantn, I will nell 1nuidh County by writ of attachment againstthe :ail F. Dywer, and ewh, every and all icremsintereeted IIIy<

\\heuthehotelH and stores and offlixs John t, Blair, tho Vow Jprwy railroad the court: houne' d,51r, :tt Iilevlllr:: I.\I 'in'tth I laiulK, tenements, goods and chattel falling to appear" In hail Mid therein(ourt In as Mid bylaw TITLES TO SPANISH] (I. t f. 'I| ,
and such proceedings
A I' the "cause
nest Meniay: In J\.v..lul..r. IKII6. Icing
of this town use up 100,000 Relitted potatoes king who has over $2',0il010')0; ) ) invested fourth dry of nail. month during the 'legal: of the KaldlIehael: F. Dwycr, an defendant Is lu such ca.e* made and provided AMLNE1): AND i'EIF'! F'
hmtrn III sale. tn the hlJth..ot and lent bl.I.ler. for named In the above stated case. the Honorable John D Broome.: J
everyday Think of it I The In western railroads, boasts that he ha JII'I A. A. Stewart, clerk, and the cal I
situate In therein JII
titefolio.ingdeecrilcd lands
enormonc total of 86,600,000 potatoes never bought a road merely for speculation rash Ilreeanl. mmnty. Florhla. to..lt : AII..r the which said writ of attachment of said I'ourt at the court-bouse In Titusvllle,
or 8(15,000( bushels in one year in Chi MIIt.hRlt..r the a..th..t, gnart.rof section 12: has lean levied upon said properly of llrevard toimty, Honda, this, the l.th day. ofSeptember ABSTRACTS FUUMMIEI) AMI) I I ratdt
and] that none of his money has In towlI.hlp :al. with o1 range 014) east. containing said defendant In the above stated cause : A. D. Its: SURVEYS
cugo alone! And every blamed potato lxxn made by bulling or beating stocks 11I1 ai'me' .except the rIKbt-4.r way ur the dark.sonvllle as by said levy endomed on sail! A A. STEWART, OBTAINED
to waste I A sir is SL' AIIC".Une 't Indian River Hallway appears II I
gone potato no good the record of the notice of Clerk Circuit Court.Bravard
wilt and by Defective Homestcail
,'olOl'anv. a. now 'heated thronKh said land andhenbefore and I Pro 'tn J
when it U ttnck full of Ink. It is -- I la.
ren "nnlemne" by said railway ; said levy and description of saldpropeity County Entries Corrected and I'e'ifmii!

dered abnoltitoly valueless.] Imagine if Catarrh IsarnnNtltutlonn1 disease, and 0' III' IllIU'h thereof .. may he "ollllall/y/.. levied upon recorded by the clerk of the !Minors. Jones, [L.a-I] Claim adjusted before the !11.,1''
bo cured loca1 r said. d",1'8 and e.tA. Brevard FlorIda '' be'ao 1
you can. ramint by applicitloisHood's Circuit Court of County JulinK llartrldie went at Washington.

"Say. are yon"- Sarsaparilla Is a constitulona J. TOME nfc\NOIIH, In the lien book; and you the salt Attoraeys for Plaintiffs Correspondence aoliclted

"No, tir I am not a potato enthusi remedy; It cures catarrh because It publics ; nct4-no\4 Special l Mauler Michael F. Dwyer and all persons Interestcd 11I'1.201"21' By C K Stewart D ('.

the 1 bloiHl. hereby required to appear In EAU GALL1E FLA.
act. I am a plain] citizen with a bead are ,

fur figures und the figures to show for it. Notice' said suit above stated on the first Monday the' Notice.

With a view of doing what one man Homl's Pills are purely vegetable and In Jahuaiy A. D. 18B4being itit,
else
sixth of said month, judgment 1'htenpplo and Ltin
day Orange;
can do to prevtnt a custom thoughtlessly do not purge, pain or gripe. Sold by nil In Circuit Court Bievard County : by default will\ be taken against you the In the Circuit Court Seventh Judicial thth

and iuudxrtently adopted from druggists Florida Coast Une Canal laid Michael F. Dwyer and each, every Circuit Bievard County Florida: ,Lund For Sale, Cheap.

becoming u iiutionul calamity" he proceeded Trai |Kirtation Cvmpany, and all persons interested failing to appear The American Grocery
opening his valise "I have invented Chrintopher' Columbus a direct de- \'Txml } In thanciry In said Court In said cause and sucl Company' a Corporation I have for sale 80 acre of i>im ij 1''
Hatch Johamie Stanch ninler. the Lawn of the Notice olln.tltn. land on St. Lucie river a few mile
law ls in >
a little arrangement of wood.loatb..r cendant of the great Genoese navigator and Martin Griffin tenr.A. proceedings had and therein provided a* by State of New; Jersey;: stiles., } ti Attat'hmnt.I'S. nm of Suit. byrlCHAELF low Eden, 40 of which being norths w''

and tissue paper. I call it the Is in Cuba righting for !Spain.' He la a FFIIIAVIT having liven made by .I Agent such canes made Honorable John D. quarter of northeast quarter 1)1 U'"-

comprehend Hirwlrr.. It is, as you lIeutenant of the Second Battalion and shove attorney ult that of the the defendant complainant Louin lit llaiiih the Droome Witness, judge the as also A. A. Stewart, !Michael F. Pwer.Uerenlant.. 18, township 38, south of range H ,'3 hof1

see, very ninth more ornamental than a Peninsular troops of the line and a and J..hannellau'b are over the age of 21 yean, the seal of said Court at the the other 40 U the northeast ''Iuar'|
and )
,
renlde. wl'hunt the tttf of >'I..r"la.tnwll clerk, DWVtH, the defendant In the
hat ,
potato. It U tlimipir It involves no they : of southeast quarter of s t". ti 81f1
nephew of the Duke of Veragua. : In oiwnhairen, lieniiiirk, and that court-house In Tltusville, Brevard Coun [_ alive stated cause, aunt all person Inter- 6)Ir
waste cf a useful foul product Renewed there I I. no perms Iu the State of t lorlda iiervli-e. ty, Florida, this, the 12th day of September estel will hereby take nutide. that theAmerican township 38, south of range 41 cast

once a week, it will lust a year at a III milipiBiia, upon whom could bind said ileeniluntu A. D. Wi.; fu the I shove Grocery stated Co,.corporation: ,atleetl the plaintiff a suit The above land can ho bought i toper i Iith

total expense of"- Sir Knight Isaac Miss of Vlnienne, Now, therefore' ,yon, I-oiiln llauch: and J't "anne A. A. STEWART In the Ircult <<<'ourt of the State of Florida, !Seventh acre. It U suitable for pineal tt
"I don't want it. hand h an sash: hereby required to appear I to Clk. Circuit Ct, Judicial Circuit I In and for llrevard Couny orange lemon or lime grow In).,
Ind, was one of the oldest Masons in he bill\ nf complaint. tiled In this rinse upon. Hunt :Minor S. Jones by writ i of attaeitment against the lands, v
"At a total expense, I won about toally Boston. lie Is itt; and Is a thirty-second Monday Novemlier; A Dale, to answernail John E. Hartrldge, Brevard Co., Fla. tenelll..nu. goods and chattels of the Mid !Michwl Will he Hold in lots of 40 ion" r It
"- bill In due course. otherwlne the name will Attya. for Plaintiffs [L.S.I! F. Dwyer as defendant, named in the almvetated cash This land will soon he "",tl) .
degree Mason lie stood the fatigueof he takenpro oonfeoeo and said. cause proceed I : D. C case, which Mid wrIt of attachment there-
C. K. Stewart
"I don't care what the expense is I e" .M-p20.dec.iO By In has been levied upon Mid property of MidefeniUnt per acre. IfI
narteIt
don't want it. the parade remarkably well. U directed that this notice lie puliliahei! In the above stated cause, a* alipean: Apply to C. IT. Walton, Ant..' \ Ifh
ante each week for eight con rutive weeks ll by said levy endorsed on said writ )f office; or to Robbins & Graham, I"i I Iville
"You don't ?
hey Henry M Stanley's method of parliamentary the IMUAN ItlVEK ADVOCATE, pllllllkllwl Notice.In I rectal of the notice of said levy and description "I 6b
"No. I wouldn't have a carload of TIIunllle. HorldaI n' salt 'iiroierty. levied _llOnj recorded by the
them speaking U bluff, earnest and ...n. and ordered at the clerk' office at Tltu ::erkofthe (Ircult ": 0.n llrevard County,
OK a gift decl. He has yule till Utb day uf August, A 1) IMII6. Seventh Judicial Florida. In the lien book; you, the MidMuhuelF n
slightly imatory no lonlleof the Circuit Court
and all interested,
"Oh yon wouldn't! You don't care A A. STtWAnT Dwyer persons Notice.In .
humor. He fortifies himself well District, Brevard county Florida: I are hereby, required to apiwar In Mid suit above
how soon there comes a, shortage in the Real I Clerk of Court.Circuit S stated on the tint Monday in January, A D.Islet' .
potato crop and the price runs up to f 10 .with facts and statistics! before he speaks.'tVorthy I f Court !I 6Hep.not 1 Alabama Coal Company, being the sixth day of Mid month else the Circuit Seventh ,ludi I 0'c
under the Notice of In- Court
a corporation j"IKlllenthy default will he taken against )
a bushel I That's the sort of man you laws of the State of Ala- stitut I Iou of the Mid Michael F. Uw each, every stud Circuit, Brevard County, Florida
are is it1 You're willing to go ahead all person* Interested' lading i to appear In saidl'nurt : "
Your Confidence.The Plaintiff. Vault by at-
<< Xotlte.n bama, Robert W. Simms, )
in Mid and such proceedings hail
and plunge the country into a potato VS. I tachment. therein a* by :w""I. in such case made and Plaintiff Notice ,of i In*' 0'r

famine IU'flYou' Rather than spend 25 Michael F. Dwyer, "irnvlded. VS. Uution of MII' I
cents for a useful Invf'ntlonyou'd we success of 1100.. Sarsaparilla in County Court Brevard County Defendant. j Witness the Honorable John D. Broome I Michael F. AtUchmcni
conquering scrofula In whatever way It Florida : IUdge, as also A. A. Stewart, clerk .n.llhe Ilealrs Dwyer
the whole darned country starve, would manifest Itself Is vouched for by 1 F DWVEK, the defend said Court at the court-house In Titour Ills Defendant J JMICHAEL
may Clemens 1.l'lIlIlng.VS. MICHAEL (ountv, loriila. this, the Uth of .
you? A man sir, that will stand rightup thousands who were severely arHicted by above entitled cause, and ptemlwr, A. D. IKUD. day -1 F. DWYEIi the deign

iu the face of facts mid statistics this prevalent disease who now rejoice Emanual Jose. all persons Intel-oated, will hereby take A.. A. STEWART the above entitled nay v

man that qau't: be ached by figures over a permanent cure by Ito ti's h.us.v notice that the Alabama Coal Company Clerk Circuit Cost; and all persons interested will\ herd! f

and dot'su't care for fignrtm-is a man, pnllilt. Scrofula may appear as a humor AFFIDA YIT having been male by a corporation the plaintiff in the above Brevard County Fla. take notice that Robert W Mrunw 'L

sir that would have committed the or It "lyay attack the glands of the neck and attorney of Clemens stated cause, has commenced a suit in Minors. Jones, (LStJ plaintiff in the above stated cast '"u c
Leasing In the above suit that the de- court of the State of Florida, (ircuii I 'a
the Circuit commenced suit in the
orbietk out In dreadful running sores a
crime of 1878 if he'd had the chance John E. Hartrldge,
nil( tlin testy or limbs Attacking the fendant. Emanuel Jose, Is over the ace; 7th Judicial circuit In and for Brevard for Plaintifftep20dec2n of the State of }Florida Seventh ,I lad:, I I
That's all sir!I" Attorneys
of 21 I that he resides without the of attachment i t
mucous membrane It may develop into years county by writ against Circuit in and for Brevard < unt\
C. R. > C.
He put the comprehensive pl'nwlper catarrh, or lodging In the lungs lead to State of Florida, but within the United the lands, tenements, goods and chattels By Stewart l writ of attachment against the "lPd" I-

back in hill valise, shut the latter witha tonmnuption I Come as it may a faithful States of America but that his place of of the said :Michael F. Dwyer, as defendant tenements good and chattel ""I :> b

loud snap and with a look of lordly course of treatment with; HIMI residence Is unknown, and that there isperson named the above stated case, Notice. said Michael }t'. Dwyer a8 dcfcnuao

scorn strode 8w.y.-Cblca Tribune. S11'sap:u'ill\ .. will ovuieome It, for working tlO in the State of Florldi service which said wIlt of attachment therein named In the above stated CtIIC.IIh: \ F

upon the foundation l.f1\ diseases, Im- of Hubpojna upon whom could bind demUut. has been levied upon said property of I, said writ of attachment therein hi hoot i

Th. KlTkl Itoantlr, pure| blood, the system I'ltiitied: \ and said defendant In the above stated cause In the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial levied upon said property of said rides

Dear Girl-I wouldn't go down in a vitalized, and vigor! strength and huallhrt'Il.r.'t1 Xow, therefore, you Emanuel Jose as appears by said levr 'endorsed on said Circuit, Brevard County, Florida: ant in the above stated cause &It apj/"'

('oalmlne for the world. to the body are hereby required, to appear( to theectaratlou writ and by the of the notice of Charles Nooney Nooney;, and Frank I by said levy endorsed on said wet ID
artaen
under
eu-l|
tiled In this cause upon the and description of said the name, aria and Notice of Institution by the record of the notice of an'' .0>
Rival Belle It's I froper- -
nothing went first Monday In December, A. D. IS'tt!' ty levied upon recorded by the (' style of Tluwua Noouey of suit by and description of said propern leupcw \

down in one ouoe. -The AnvocATk. don't cot you three to answer said action In due course the Circuit court of Brevard county, &" I un.. } AIYcbme..t. recorded by the Clerk at tin. I i

Door Girl-I know I'd get all black cents per week postage luiluded, when othu\\|IMu the same will be taken pro Florida In the lien book; And you, the Mi Plaintiffs. cult Court of Brevard County Horn,'

and look like a fright taken by the year. oufesxed, and said cause proceed said Michael F. Uwi'er. and all persons Michael t. Dwyer, in the lien book; and you, the said Mi 'J

Rival Belle-I spent an hour In one, ex IHnte. Interested are hereby required to appearIn Defendant. ael F. Dwyer and all persons Inttll'eIWO''

and none of the party spoke of any It U directed that this notice be pub said suit above stated on the first 1ICI1. LL F IW\ER. the defendant In the are hereby required to appeal m 13)

change in appearance when we came Master's Hale uhed once each week for eight onuses Monday In January, A D 1MX), being the LI ,stated will hereby cause take, and notk-e all persons that the interested ortn suit above stated on the first Monday I

cut the weeks In the IXMAX RIVER bth day of said month else judgment by 0' Thomas Nooney* Sons, the plaintiffs In the January A. D. 180C, being the SIxth
ADVOCATE, published In Tttiutille, default will\ be taken against you the above stated cause, have oouuiienced a suit In of said month else judgment by defaui
Dear Girl-But you are a very pronounced CDP.R and by virtue of a Jerre of foraehwurv orldo. the Circuit court of the State of "tlurida 7th ,
and '
brunette, know.-New U ant '.1e luulnic nut of the fin said :Michael P. Dwyer, each every .Iu"'Ialelrt"UI'.I. and for Hrevard county, by will be taken against you the a1'I,
you court for Hr v.r
York Weekly. therein depeudag) herein K K !MoloriuirkU at Titusville, Fla., this 17th day of Sep! pear In aald court In said cause and such f."M. defendant' of tbe Mid Michael I. interested failing ti' ,ippe1
cuni|>Uinant and liavlil 1'. Oihwm tember A. D. II,'\, had law Is In a* ,named In the .1.....stated persona ana Willing to Accommodate. sad linn A. to lb. ht '. beet bidder fur cash, upon [I. S.j] A. A. STEWART, such cases made and been levied upon said property of Mid defendant proceedings had therein. by law I is '
Pretty Girl looking In crowded elevator Monday; InOiU.lwc, A 1> ltae, brag the'th In the above stated canes, a*
( tiro ant John appears by said
Honorable
day. of the month, the following U..wriliwlral :"Osep ",,v Clerk; County Court Witness, the D. levy endorsed on said writ and by the record of such cases made and provided .1
)-Can you squeeze me in there estate, (Ituate In llnvanl ..tlnl), > .lurlila.livwlt Broome Judge as also A. A. Stewart, the notice of said levy and description of said Witness the Honorable tilt'

Polite Young Man (promptly) Idon't : Ken'o on the wet leak of the liidutu clerk and the seal of said court at the property levied upon recorded by the clerk of Brooms a. also A. \ stewatt

know miss. But I can come out at River a lout about uutrkeil ten. feet"A..north on mouth of liibMin side. ,wharf wheni-e soil a Notice court house in Titusville(( Brevanl county the the Ireuit lien baitAud court of Krevard you the county aald, Michael Florida F In clerk, an Judge seal of aid Court t<, ',-a I-,
'
and squeeze you.-New York World. palm Inches In diameter marked. H T, bean Florida, this. the 12th day of Septem Dwerand alt. persons Interested are hereby court-bouse In Titusville, Brevanl' .
Mirth 3J tie KTW. went three link* distant sods her AD18113. ""lulred to appear In Mid suit above stated on ty, Florida, this, the lith; day of *?*<"
ialiu U IIUUMIn diameter marked H T: IwarawHith lu the Circuit Court, Seventh Judicial thellrol !Momlay. in January A D haul being the
3i il..|[rw., east eleven link dlilant; A. A. :STEWART sib day of Mid month, else judgment by default her A. D. 1893.

ODDS AND ENDS. thence south 41 degrees SI uiln. west, along tbenorthvMl District, Brevard County, FI... Minor S. Jones, Clk Circuit Ct., w iu be taken against you, the Mid Michael >.. A. A. STEWART
:
Dwyer and eat'h
side of the wHithvMt avenue and
tailed, tlilrtv-Mven (37) chains and elehty-lwo Willoughby Adams and John E. partridge, Brevard Co. east falling to appear every in .:IIni.I"'d! Minors. Jones, Clk. Circuit.i t .

Ai an illustration of the vitality of rlt) liuki to tne northeani line of the >'leuilngirant Charles W. Richardson, Attorneys for Plaintiff [L.S.] cause, and such proceeding had therein a* by John Eo Hartildge, Bre ard <4. fl

the old Welsh language it is ahQwn that ; thence xnith 44 iknwe 41 mln ea ttli and Charles K. Smith aepJO-decJO By C. R. Stewart, D. C.* law. In inch caw made and provideditueu Atty. for Plaintiff i1sepJOdecJO [l- *
>uii said grant line >lx (s)) challis and thirty > the Honorable I
.. under the Notice ofInstitution John D. Broome 1'Master'
it U still spoken by 85 per cent of the Iwo and::::-ratJ1t:: : ) link h> a |>oiiit .v*oand copartners firm and of .Iu dge, a* also A. A. Stewart, clerk, and the seal, : By C. R. Stewsn
population of Wale uk northwest of A. C name, style of Mid court, at the court house la Tunivtlle,
lied.'s northwest comer i thnt. north 41 dec.Mmln Adam Richardson of suit by Notice this the 13th .t
:raNeuuutvnsirita day
Cornwall in England lead all other eutthlrty-MteniaT) chain and thirty Plaintiffs attachment. : : .
Iwo linku Indian River at a |>ot, s hence a Sale.
countries in freedom from crime wlui W InrhM In diameter marked B T, bean VS. In tbe Circuit Court Seventh Judicial A. A. STEWART,

against property. Next in comparative de.Itl.-Ia north twelve diameter(U: ) link marked. dUUnt"X"'j also beannorth apalm Michael F Dwyer, Circuit, Brevard County, florid: John Minor k'..HartridiEe.f01""' Clerk Circuit llrevard Court Co., and of a decre :' ".

honesty corn the western counties of 4.deg, eut twenty.four links dsts.t, Defendant The a. B. Hubbard Company Attorneys for Plaintiff. UNDER. .n.'r'I out uf "' '
.
Wale. (hence northwMUrly aliwi the river shore eta 1 if ICHAEL* F. DWYER the defend- Corp (S) chain and forty No) link to the point of be- VI In the above-entitled t :La*.of tbe Stale .epatdleto Bye. R. Stewart d.etliitlnUtrator'a a cause therein dewndinic, wh.tein Wen tnti
Okuicoe in Scotland, where according lnnluic; IwluK a |>.. ) ant cause of Florida Wake; of lo titutttm Wtltsirn.aLaremomstast..a. ,li> ''
t e01 aty4lreetwnship thirtya'south } "t"' '
uid Iheu..... and all persons Interested, will hereby Plaintiff of Bull by llnAnderwin.et. al., are defendant. I '
to local legend, when it is not rain ( of range thirty-eight (;tII) eul; sun take notice that the firm of Adams ... A'tacb..lI&. Notice of Final at public auction, in front "t the "I ;. ,

ing it II mowing, the annual rainfall ainiwi t.. l.iab&i and eighty-three oneliuudradthi Richardson, the plaintiff. ID the above Michael r Dwyer.liefendant.. Settlement tkaclsTlsasvine. n the gut la Mu..II un .? ,.I, .
iK Kt-loo)acre remlcr, lse, durtsg the legal
1111'1 inches or nearly M much M Sit- stated hue commenced suit 10the the I"
U. U GAULOEX, cause, a F. DWUR. the defendant in the the highest and law "bidder for rah don't t:'
ka, in Alaska MaterBols. Circuit Court of the state of Florida, MICHAEL .. eaiue, and all penon. interested inx tHmnnea prtgcrty kiwis The
Kobbln &: Graham Special| will take \vOTICE: I. hereby gins that uftne Miih..>t ..aarterofthen.utbrerter
Seventh Judicial Circuit, In and for Bre hereby stake that theft.K March tad, ." '
The only monstrosity mentioned in .for Gow|"'&. ..el4ettThe r.h.-.L Company a Corpuratkm.the plaintiff l" Lau> I .baD asks analretunu and y.ply. of seethe twmtyfour .2tl. tiuI ...
vard county, by writ of attachment : ha. lea Hong Minor s. Jones, J south of Fuss ) ,,
who had "six caiue. onmmenced County
the
the Bibto was giant ,\ still )(0II"r.tbe a : .
shore ea1e.1""" : against the lands, tenements goods and ...111. the Circuit Court of the state uf Florida of B..rtIr.r. lor a di ao4 ..... If)eul, eosin: twenty acre,.s.."re ....
fingers ou every hand aDd on every foot fourth the ale day sill Noveuilwr, A U on whtoabtM chattels of the said Mkhael Dwyer, Beventh JudicialCircuit.. In and for Bravura Pt.. 1':=..traI.... of time ..tate oft II. f. tad sitsatel is Htevard.oaaty. I. nU
occur :-
in all" See by writ uf attachment anlnM the 'land L- OAt'U.JttoIoWu ;
ail toes, four and twenty as defendant, named In the above stated County P.
P. L. OAVLPEX.KtUBOvt .
chattel of
tenement*, good and the said Michael L J. BVRTR. Special' Waitt'
II Samuel iii JO. case.whlch said writ attachment there A: Graham
Special Mater. r. Uwyer a* defendant named I the above all"'j&nUIi IC '
A4m-t E.I. B. Tob Sola for Cooi-rts..






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DtAN RIVER ADVOCATE NOVEMBER 1, 1695. T :

011aba .f r..... J


-\tIR 1 l..a*_fhinew bill i hotel gentleman his*, finding the time an Amer-t hang.one I ==:ouzs.dl I II The Tropical Trunk Line.


> IDI e nalntance toeinit him intom'utrs .

IttD of the game of Pker.
.. mho men were Invited in and Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway. I

tOJ I_' was played with a $3 limit ,

d. Pone niuaman philosophical. -- -- JOSEPH I I. DUI FCEl, llocoiur.Ually .
\ b. ladng 1 PRESERVATION OF FORESTS.
and ease
boldly / _
F 't IeA jAt
alln'>
of about $100 Then he t!! i if. +,1 ==
extent -- -- -
pp the An Important Statement Front the Serr. -RUtTII =
:: \0r: 1
halt. While they were settling lay of Agrlenltare."I 5 -- ITI-m. Table 1ft .rr..t Apr, IS:'nS.I' ,/ ..-
?ltd{ \'". InM '''' '!' I .... ... .lamoo, ,
:E one of the party, de irinRIPbf6k I do not know any subject more im -.. .. .I--' .11Ee0\SI1.I.Ar 'im epm
the solemn silence, said t Well, than the subject of forestry and ::. : : r.I"II.zr.. .'..fln'eueve5prinps.. : : : .. ageam: hope: :::
portent lataa 11410'1' tnloa. ,1'Iolalll... ., HaanMlm. 2.pm I
_-. poker-how you like himt"L the }m'xervatl* u of tree life, said Mr .. 4Ia,I II/\IIP'I"M./ .. . Iluntingtun.. . aInsaa. J aapo' UIl'hI
\ shrugged his shoulders 7ata fanla Hein. \ 1'r.arntq'It.1nnrtluu a1aen '
IMpnt IianptnI t ,
, Chinaman look In his Morton the secretary of agriculture, to .. Ala 11W.J. ,,. 1If',11I. ... ass an, ralpm' nn ripen
t tI Si:: Mid, with a faraway a Boston! Herald\ correspondent' "I ,, a11a 1Jas a Haas.. IN'I.wnt 1rl"lIl ,. ram. ". ,.n,1I1"am
'Good game,I" and then added think that it should be taught in all In ..a 1311..a I I.'a"\ 1I..r.I" I13am. I"pm 11115 aan

key, "Igotcheapl"Ch101ROTimeeI the school Forests are an absolute necessity Iltela .. gt:1:: ,III".nol.. .I is. : :. :: .: reapr Irspm: .. I
I aso a I.wj' Ar Sanford..Lv 1\il1' I
for the maintenance of human Imprttrltam4naa
serald. ..' 2:1I': \ nrleudo. . II 1.. a m, It .a... .... ,
Coder With hank )slur.. HOTEL ROYAL l'OIIA4, life. The" whole animal kingdom would 4Mta 3'7I' hlsshnuntie.' III. pn I"Maen .. .
r11 from the earth if pUnt life amtgrowth : : : .lea 5INIpAr: :: Iktrn'w .i.e'ea'I: : : 5enam. .. I
I I'VLM BE.VI'II, LAKE \\OUT1I. perish .. II 151' Ar .1'\11I1" 41..r.111 ,r.t', ;., I""\" ., ., .,, ..
were intermitted a single . ...v.,., :I" inann.Ar. .. Tampa.! .. 1'.I't"'I"n Ilan" ... ... .. .,
the forests of .. .. .. wawa Lv
The assaults ilnpu/7aeam.
OPEN DUKINCJ THE WINTER :SEASON. ACCOMMODATION FOR 1.000.IhsIIY summer Michigan Wisconsin< and on 1lInllltaBtatell : ;:1:1: 1.wtrannl's.E. ..: Iv: .. I ro'am'i: ::: :::' :: :::' i

.nun. aun'Ihur. canpu: .r I'.n snnq'a Ar, 1311III Tlm".n"tin.. ; .
which furnish one-third the total Tams.. .and let 3INI, I' u, Ar her w ret I-v 1''"nn I"" It wl. and a.,. I'
, F ___ ___ _u __ ___ W. Mi-KIIII, Minnjfpr lumber product of the Union-are shown w.,1 ..nol""t.. ..II''an' -, Ar Un": ". ...uaol"" Wp.I.AnotMat. '
by the recent oumuftlnvestigitions to bo N 1110& I..fo'ko."vllo Afi'i''I'' "I n ...J.vfi.; .t II IM hrlaek. "; nili e i Nei i / j I' I
$2nan, Ar Euherpriw: 1111'1., 1'1\1..1.. \r 1 't :I\"I."r.t.tlvI.\r! eaeaa2epAr
in the nature of orKtnlrcd exteimiim
! JACKSONVILLE'S ONLY FIRE'PROOF HOTEL HOTEL MELBOURNE tion. The census bnlUtin which I rend ::::\ IMw'e, ; Iv: ata! I Y2sliAr 1111::::,:1rSonalntrolr thuumu I.v: I 22M1p..31'1'1. :: 'I In IJII'.IrOraugtItyly: Arlakrllrlent.v: l ee7a SJar4nClArTltuarnIllel.et7ni's ,

OTEL GENEVA. I some time ngostitt**! chino at the presentrate : MI'\r 1.1" I.v1 lap 12"I'.I\een'nlrunl: .v lea I
.tea P'OItI'T'I *. u., "* ,wK' r."J.'k."ill'Ar'i '(alit a Ise1nlan: ,..."" ...\r'1''- -NtoL.tan..it! ; Ar line
I i,. u of consumption by the lumber mil l $nnnfor.l I Ar II INw 'In re I v I'nlntks Ar'': t i Ion I., Nanhrd 1 N / ;'
1 I { si HIlt MwniertD' BAWJ" nottunwwwwtrrj ITC.an I MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA I of hose thn-e status the quantity of 'gZ1:1: :: In"nrw: Arle/wt ; I.\ "" Z.I:: IatSr:: IA"la t:I Pea .1'.1'1ar
I .

0".1 In
I : ; Rah" 11:11I1': IYq'i''I II"I'r: a111Ars Is lI.h
I tray n.eo\( mmlt <>l>en all the year round\ Goose I HullIng ) timber 'wlw,1 by them would not lot 4MInAr/ M"'n Iv tin0a I "' .\rll.'III..1 l2.E' 11'1'r' Tn"r.. I.sCra:
N Nt 'r E. 11111)1) UCoIIT'A'WIGfR. (LvToAV9T04n I Hunting!/ and Yachting. Rates. more than four or five yiMirs. This is a 52'i'ArTarsprtugal.r ,I aMI'\., I..hnrll'. I.. llap.. I'I' IIt-nl'. \r i.Idnrttlk, I.' San I
SMIlP .
flhllyh'r. *:J.:;0 alltlu\H'ar.\II.\ most serious a nuwt vitaillmth.r."We Ias1ArCt.IYtrra'ISIr 8:111.: Ar\lI'1"'ko'III._ I.t'5Ya ; IA'r.hi!.!!!!....by anon.
ARTISTICALLY ELEGANTLY FURNISHED --
% Proprietress MIIH I. M (tAini. must preserve the forests if we I l>nly! ".<'<').t linn,,IIIJTTrain I
!II1-'I..1 F.stnrr. of hotel flen.ra : I< It> avoid the long drought, the c\N'll1'h-
: are to :fl: "n.11" earn through nllnmn, nrTit ItI.'t'\.hljl..nro| Ittwrtn ;Niwnk Mal Tn".|I'..
!g-xnce comfort, and absolute cknnlinoss ing and diHUHtrons floods and the tornii Train n .and! :y1-Throngh: | iillnnn liiiltitt, iilnjtar.lxt| : ,,itii <'lmliiiintliiil TJIII |*,

Moderate rates do and the cyclone. Only 10 per cent of w. ii. 1..1'1.. II. ... A'I lIX: ,
HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY the I\lohe'll surface is covf'rf'llnow with 'h'n'r..1. Mnl'rllh'II"t.| I eni'lnl I'a.nvnrtr AIl"t.

-Life. 1'11..1' Foot nrr. .t ('nnnado : Moderate forest TWf'llty-fve! pore pent of Europeis ,
-
rates, soliiTcomfort\ ) ostentation GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT so covered Kniwiii has 420,000,000acres

Molly Chorch Denvflt. good lulling, good cooking 1"HE or HomtHCtkcrii When you Lit: of forest ; the United State, 4(16( ,- Jacksonville

Parson-Well, Molly did you like my hero Stop at __ 000,000acres ; Brazil I35,000,000norea .

moo this morning? FOR NADO.SURF-BATHING THE TEAR ROUND There are only 1,308,000.000 acres of

Molly-Oh, yis,.your rivlrence, 'twas The Lemon City forests in the world The forests of Run St. Augustine
migblylmprovln. jotel! sin are steadily diminishing with the increase '

Parson-And what part of it did you :1- ...+ r fiat of pi'pnl.itiou, and particularly I
I like beat, Molly? i[ At Lemon City the terminus of the with the emancipation of the serfs ( & I Indian I River

-I I Holly-In troth, pl'ase your rivir Hack Line on l.mojno lliy Airy Ruskin is clearing 7,000,000 acres yearly -

If ace, I don't remember any part exactly op fitWstlTRnA'llA rooms, comfortable IK..III. good table, The 'czar alone him 27,000 weed police

f bat altogether it wag mighty im 20 MILES Or BEACH FDRAPLAUni!! terms I'eallonable. In the crown forests! who cut 150 R ailvay.TI. .

provin.Parson. Z&- Good fishing and hunting In the fagots or 1 X tons of wood, mostly fim peeet. ...f lMl>lr In I.rf....t July Hlli, INUA.
-Now, Molly, if you don't remember nellth ool'ho"d. wood, daily. The" average Per policeman ---- ------ -
it, how could it be improving? BERKSHIRE PEOPLE. 1). M. COVNOLLY, Piop yearly ID valued nt t219. All Rail Line to Lako Worth via St. Augustine, Ormond and

I Molly-Now, does your rivirence see Lemon City, Dade Co, )m "Franco gets a part of her wood cup Rockledge. -
!that linin I have been washin and dhry The Spiritual and IntHlrrtaal Yo..,.,. Art ply from Germany France has iiicreuwHl

IB on that hedge there? Strand Among Tlirin. her own forests in the last 40 years South Dound North Dound"x.

Pattern-Certainly, Molly And this region, NO favored by na steadily She has 7,000,000 acre more ..Vie. h n'- "n. I
Molly-And isn't the linin all the tore, owes iinuh of iu character and Interest now than she hud in 1848. In that inter a:. 1I1 an. I 1".3'.1 711.1
letter for the cl'anin? to its history an welL Settled later HOTEL x COQUINA ,9,000,000 acres of waste mountain ... Jan'kuarl'Ir tee a n., I' -.- -:- .. I.r 11". "m I"'h" "i'ii a" : : : :: :
.
Arl't. Angnstlue IOU..a 8'1' 1..III..rll..I.. 1 .. ..
Parson-No doubt, Molly. than the Boucount, the western part lauds have been planted The government I.. AnjL"Mtillo 10:11': .. I.W.'I.II..r' IiM a .
Molly-But not a dhrop of the soap of the state was In its iK'ginuiiiffs mode of Frimoe has planted largely in Lr Ile.tiugs. .. .. .... 1..10..11..1111.1...1. fl1a" .
I.. t"Mt: Iwlank... ... .. Iv Ahela..n set a 1II1--J---
and wather stays in it Well, sir, it'sthe up of more varied elemeuU than the Algeria. In Germany the reproduction .G""I'lIi ikll- .T: II :,7M1. -- 1I'I.l.. "'I'.

tame thing wid me. Not a word ofhe eastern From the valley of the Connecticut 4 ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA of the forests is studied as a science I.rPalatka.. .. I.'J_' .. .. .. .. a 41' a ..

" !the i larmint better and stays cl'aner in me. for But it,I for am all all colonist gaps into pushed that of through the Houmitonic the mountain .; FLORIDA. There education are of forest forest academies malingers.there Eventually for the. Ar LrSen--Nxn-)! II'-'l: : : : iaM1a- = = -ti== !1'.I'tIlUI"1: :::I ;: :.il .;. I, a.:: I .: ::: :"

the bills attracted settlers from the flat Ar IIr"no,1 ... .. 11311""li '.. ... I.. "'I1"'rllll. .. . II :sun a m Il lop\ ... .
that-Household Words.No there must be more attention givento I.. Or nunnI, .. I.. liar,," .... . .
and sandy lands of Cape Cod while the forest culture in the United States. I.. Or"no,1" .1"0\,, .. .. .. .. Iv Fan: lIalllo. 113'am rY'p ... ..."
Delay.A Dutch from New York have left in SURF Inlh.yt.ms..Iittlu': Lvllns4ledge.. .. .. ., .. ..,,
BATHING AND DRIVING Are I.es..rtOrsuge..11Mtp: / Lrlens'.. ,,", .. .. .. .UU I' III 4Jtnn." ,
large good natured looking man name and character their impress upon Particulars of Japan's Court Ir Nrw I ra II (al. IV t'Ity Ivdnt I
who always stops at a certain up town the Berkshire people today Spiritualand Specialties at Ormond. Some interesting particulars concerning Iv: Ikk r.'m.r". 11..I::: NI :p: I.:, T1111.11I1e.:: ,?. : : .. .. .. iral I' u, 'C lop, : : : ::.
1..Tltll..III", .. rasp: 5ma: I.vtuskIIll1. .. ... ..... .... .. .. .. ....
hotel, was greatly attracted to a little intellectual forces were largely 52T": For Circulars, address the court of Japan are given by a I.r 'Ity 1.lIllIt .. aa. ,", .... I.v hrw Nueyrn.. .. .... ... a to p w ealq: ... .
fill in the dining room the other day. prominent in the laying of its foundations writer in Le Revue dos Revues, who I.. I".a. . .. .. as I' Ineta, Lrlon' Urallll.. .. ., ..t. .. .... . ,
.v 1I'klo.'IC"' .11 p . .. I.. \llIyt.m. ., 13111' III. .. .
She was about two years old, was beginning and such forces have contributed SEISER & VINING has recently been on a visit to Tokyo. I.Eaniallle: . .f'll' II35a Arllr".I. ." .. ::141'1' .. .. .
to run about and talk a good and continued their influences ever Managers, The Emperor Mntsn.Ilito has powerfully I.vSaran Sep ,... . .. .. I.. Urllll.,1 .1 '' .. .
I.e Mnllnroe .1\.1 17 nap Lv IIrll",1 Junr.IvStInole . "I" .. .. ,
deal and also appeared to be at home in einoa ORMOND- THE SEA. contributed to the introduction of 'II'I' .. ArF.a.tInInntks:. ..., eta:" p I. "

the hotel After smiling at him across Missionary zeal, represented by such European manners and customs among ArFort; ; I'ierce.. : : : : :p: .13?,in:. ArNan Au.tw: .. ...:-::-:-" .I p lllf-7-, :
Iv Edrn
the dining room and making friends names an Eliot and Sorgeant, foundt'dStockbridge. his people, and in this he has teen cordially 1..1.."..." .'I/I: I' .' .' I.e Nan Mtru ":';::
with him at distance, he accosted herm Jonathan Edwards here souuudod by the Empress Hoyo IrStnart Ari'i'al.kr.' '. 4pmixAlirla !
a +
: ,, ,; :: ,. : ; ? I p: : :: ': :. Lrl'slnika I :, :::: = .::1 J/W/ : h :: l.=
the hall He asked her the regulation spent the years which represented the HOTEL CARLETON Soma, whom he was married in 1800 .. f1la.tI"II.. ..... .. .";.. .. .
questions put by strangers to children, prime and fullness of his powers. Only two years after their marrii(e she 1.11'1'1'1' . .. Arlli. A"IC".U....,' .. I III.'. .. ../. ..
\ 1..III.A"II.'hl", tav! asn'' '' en .. .
ill of which she answered promptly as Williams, the fighter in the allowed herself to be drawn through the
Ephraim Jacksonville Florida.PoHtOfllCO. : .. .. Ar.1alksnIlle.. .. aINS sISpu' .... .... .
her baby fashion would permit French and Indian war, dying on the streets of the Japanese capital in an ---

Finally the old gentleman shook battlefield left his fortune to plant and open carriage, which followed one in A & W. Branch.

hands with her and said : "Ton are a endow the college hich bears his name. which her husband was seated and in

nice little girl Shall I bring you a box Mark Hopkins Berkshire born and OP1>oN1tu 1890 she positively dared to sit side by IIfll"fll- lflCXII. 1I\tTII 1'ol'NIL

of candy tomorrow?" bred another Arnold of Rugby, set his side with her husband in the some cur = STATIONS. Nn Nn.l No, Nn K'r TllIsM. Nn :r "o Ann

The little one looked puzzled a moment stamp upon a whole generation; Under New riage. Considering that former empress' Lr Now 1I"r..a_ 1 7tia .. .. fl. ('It, J",,,, rl lop ....
then spoke up brightly: throughout its history soldiers, saints I 4 Management x os were never under any circumstances lake. Ileten. II Inn A. flra"IC" (.It,. II Yea .. '" .
I.Y (fI"'II: Pity taa ,aka lien. ,,. 11 I-a.. .... .. ..
No; 'oo better doe det it now 'I" and scholars have both represented and allowed to brave the public- gaze, the Ar fI.C.It.I".c. row .. .... Ar \ow ""'yrna IIlAt.' "
She got the candy that evening-Chi impressed its life. The reasonings of amount of courage necessary to acoom \
cago Post Jonathan Edwards, which for good and Open all the Year. pUsh such a feat was considerable Alltraina dsily InetwernJs.'kannvlileaunl St. Augatlne.I I
Tralna 23, :ul, si sad 7.: ionth of HI. AiiKimtlne, lallT eitxi,t Ruinlay
A R.m.rkabl. PIc. evil have had so great an influence up- Coolest and most pleasantly located The empress formerly wore the Japanese Train f" every Munilay, Wmliie.ilay' t'niUy. train. ate* every Tnrxuiy. rtmr.duy andSatunlay. II
theological thought, found their moot national costume, but she now .
on hotel for the
A newly married lady who recently in his treatise summer months. Thor- dresses like a fashionable lady from Tl 'I Tin.e-T.l,I. .h<.*. the time at ...I'h train rosy Iw r.|.ertml to nrrlie .anil rirrsrt from
on refitted
and
graduated from Vassar college is not powerful expression oughly elegantly fuinUhud the ants.r0\ utl. IK. hut tlmlr arrival or departure| at the th"". .I.tod I. nut gnar.ntceil. nor d.*. ,
well the will which won written while be Elevator All modern lni|>rovemvnts. Paris or London. The adoption of the the t'<.Bp my.hnl,I Itself nniMin.il'I for any "'"In l y tor any ti iiw'|ueni.... arl.lnic II'f reform. ,
posted about household matters.She lived in Stockbridge. Lenox heard the RATES:-*:2.10 to J.W per ilay. European costume however, was upeasy J. K. ) A.ltunT. J(l tl: 'H Klf. '.IIAKIISIIV.Tt ,
laid to her grocer not long since : last public utterances of Charming; his Special by the week, and to Commercial matter for no one of the rank of a x rv.lilvnt. U.u I I ......a.r: A 1I."t.
I bought three four hams here a
or Men.
dressmaker allowed to the
Orville Dewey born 100 years was approach
couple of months and they were successor Only hotel that the electric
ago ago ((1794)) at Sheffield, long made that cars pass ImporiallltJl'IIOn. The difficulty was got
fine. to and from
like
'ery Have more depot.
them?" you any place his home, and there too, were over by finding a young lady of the
born the two Baruards one the president CRAPO & LeVENE, lame height and build.. her majesty,
Yetma'am"said the grocer, "there of Columbia college the other the to that the process of being measured

ire lame ten Are pig of you?those" sure hams they hanging are all up off there.the" soldier Wendell scholar Holmes of our lived civil for war.years Oliver at Proprietors. could be gone through by proxy Send the "Advocate" some of your Job I


Yes Pittsfield. Catharine Maria Sedgwick ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA THE HORSEMAN
ma'am. '
"Then I'll take three of them. "- drew around ber at Stockbridge and orders and will be satisfied.
Texas Siftings. Lenox a distinguished circle of the best Azote has reduced the gelding record Printing yon

literary society of our own country and COLUMBIA HOTEL thrice this season.

Mo Powlbl DuC of It. many cultivated wanderers from the old Alix needs the elixir speed more

Straggles_Missus, won't yer give a world. Fuuuy Keinble here made for Centrally Located on St. George than com i)rotated oxygen. 1

Rarvin man 10 cents? years her home. Longfellow, Lowell Again dash trotting and pacing races

Kind Lady-And you won't take this Hawthorne, Herman Melville, Beecher,. Street. are being seriously reoommeuded

I Id cents and get drunk on it if I give it G P. R. James George William Curtis Overlooking Old Fort Marlon and 1'1 k, Nelly A andS a King make extremes
m yon? Matthew Arnold and others' lingered and a full view of the Ocean and
Straggles Lord bless yon, mum I among and loved the beauty of these rolling breakers from the piazzas (of size) meet ou the trotting tart FLORIDA BOAT *! WORKS

aldn't git drunk on Wn a dollar'n hills, where plain living and high think It looks as if that 3 :02 mile of King ,i
altChicago' Reoord. ing have found noble expression in the Robert is to stand. the fastest of the

past and where here and there they W M TEAHEN Proprietor year West Palm Beach Florida.

QalU Germ-MM to Dim still survive spite of the inflowing tide This year the hopple have one foot

"Tobacco is an excellent fumigator," of ealth and luxury that floods the in the grave. Next year they will have
marked Twofer as he lighted up a Berkshire of today.-Arthur Lawrence Oas, Electric Dells and perfect systemof both. err g
Sanitary Sewerage. ;
dead black. cigar "It drives germs out "Oionized oxygen" ii the latest de-
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fflsUntly' vice to help the pneumatic tire defeat Ir =
xmnt me as a germ," said Good O II. VOSS.NRRIVER. Father Time.Ante = -3
Stile at soon an he had one whiff of it rig ( =
-Sew York World. 349X: at Fleetwood, Ang C i iO
: : : :HOTEL: 28, In the free for all trot, crowned >-

Too TalaabU yth Bilked. himself king of the geldings. "gS:

acquaintance and ,' of New York offered cd =
--Why don't you go Pete Duryea city s:
CQImuUttl: ,

m* 'iieyare putting up in the next (Uarg W Leavitt would. not part with t/f > c::::
...ck': ::: "g
Indian the colt
: f'r- Ilivor.ria. .
10 BUIlding Inspector-I'm afraid it ,- BtttuuUa, 3 :Ofli, ban been purchased en---- CI:2 C":2
'
i&fe
to go into it-Chicago Trib- =
: for James Ourdua HuunUt, who will
.. ::
-'i.t ;
:. race the great American trotting money
O.1/.V! c;.,:) -. cr.aS :
Uo Ww MI Author winner in Eorops

he 'rlter-Things go and coma with r e 1f4X4fltlC. (. tinuoo. paring, or trotting I.I evidently .
a "''t:1f h A
D -
hors
a* demoralizing to a as
4 ... Bilk-Yon mean come and go. A 4 a Open All The Year.. "WIJ tlnUOWl rncing" has. been to the lotenwta .

1. Y'JU. my friend? of the sport He' 'nil the Io
I .. floats out and pan at \Veen
1D. Writer-No; I'm an author.- The record of the RniuiUui trotter In H .;II1'O" 1'jompt attention ivon to cndoiv.intoH .
> :Sifting: : 4t Only a few mioutW Rtunia is now bU by Leif, who made .
all kintln of boutr
Kivon on
walk from station
Y Railway a mile in a JOB in 1:111": Wsmakb,
E.tablWalac a Foo( ... I and Steamboat lainling an Orkiff, in this ooantry, having mad Atfvntu for tkc C'ewI rated
All
a rights reserved chuckled the *. a mark cf 3 :'1 Jot. ha therefore still ati4 "WOLVERINE
.i gt d burglar in tie shoe store u Oo the tiaak of tIw to do to equal tM Russian rests d.Hertetaaa .- ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.
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." ted a few lefts and moved soft tx"w far famed iBdlaa Klv,.
7 '\\ard thaopca window in the rear.
A. T. HOSE.I
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, NOVEMBER 1, 1895.Lcn ,

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through the canal l on their way In and Highest of all in Power Latest U.S. Gov't Report
Leavening
Tu 'c. -
"
.. 4I I Dom the shoes of Europe: and Asia THE ROBBINS & GRAHAI\IC\i iPaid
r : would touch at Key West, and would l C(

.e. Ii A new bulHling 24x30! feet capaclt, make the extension of the East CoastLine
', with a tine new l.Vliorcower] engine not only I a desirable, but a profitable ] D _
Ii'!' And line of shifting; all complete with undeitsklng./ The road ran I be VAIBakios Up Capital $25,000.00.
team power from Ice factory ,,",lieI'. built; It I I. only a question of money and
I" "t Would like t<) team same fur some man. the, amount of business that can be done. LAW LOANS HEAL ESTATE.
t i 1 nfactnrlng; ptirxme.| For fmtlier Info Who know" but the Standard Oil company ,
,. matlon apply) ) to or address! ha* an Interest In the Nicaragua< LW

,h 1', 104 T. T. Tllrtsvllle WETMOKF.,,Fla.KltMtp canal project ? We have for sale a large list of careful

n ABSOLUTELY PURE River
t ---- I.Rtle, selected Indian Properties,

For Units ---- Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Li
,
WHAT AKI: wn Hypoluxo Want a Separate
Men' and children' hoes on our DOING ? Canal and Transportation Co
For s.ile, stoop Irene, 40ftxl5f
; ; bargain counter at half their former School.
l tonnage, 18 ;27-100; In first-claim com! price*-this mean below cost. Come If the people of Bvevard county should CANAL LA1VDS.

.3 "I 'tlon.Bent patty New or nails trade; head-room boat of her In sire cabin.on and get a bargain. SIMOX IIAtln,F.IIIJ fall to avail themselves of the opportunlties < The residents of Hypylnxo( are after Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A: Key West Kallwax\ i "rnr,
I Indian River Loan and
now offered while there Is the Land Dlsston Company' Investment (
the Dale School Board for a "
to County
the river. Price H400.00. Apply '
,
TOWN COUNCIL PllOCKKI). greatest boom on the East: Coast ol and other Low Priced Lands.
the
school that
for town
) F. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or CApt. separate say
f f \. Peter Nelson, Titnsvllle, Fla., where she INGS. Florida, perhaps In the United Mates,, Hypoluxo correspondent of the CItizen. IVKonoy: to; Loan A.rrorairs on XXlU1d
t may be seen. ".ttI It will show a lethargy, want of enter At present there Is but one school for A t Ten per cent, in sums to raft
i priM and self Interest without parallel.
both and Lantana located at
Hypoluxo ,
r The Board of Town Council met on Experience baa shown we have the best the latter Lantana Is two mile Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties

I I ,Fancy Pineapple Slip nml Hurkcm Tuesday night, the following member pineapple, winter vegetable and tobacco or more from Hypoluxo, and It som Titu vnle. Florida.
helng present: W M. Brown, mayor; locality the state, as far as developed.We trouble for children, some \'er1I1mall, to
1 For Sale. It. C. Mcrlmgeour, E. L. Brady, R. F. don't want the public 'to take the walk the distance twice each day. A
Hall, Howell Titus and S. N. Gladwln assertions of newspaper correspondents, held and Messrs
noctinlC811 recently,
f' "Egyptian Queen" and "Abbakas." aldermen; L. T. Coodey, marshal, and{ but come and see for themselves. The Pierce, Hardy and Wilder were appointee Call and Examine my Prices. Cf
1 Apply to r.lAI'IHJ'K .t M ATT"AMII, II. J. Anthony, clerk. The following) natural advantage of this locality are a committee to draw up resolutions Rod
The Palm Beach business transacted: : that has been forced ,
I. Pinery, was so great prosperity present them to the county school board.
I t i:1:j {VeetI'almBeach, Fla. upon the people, In spite of themselves
A50KMXAXCK TO UKDl'CK: HALAKIKS
: 0.
to such an extent that they have l Ignore ---- SIMON HAMBERG
OFFICERS OF TIIK TOW OKTITtl'sVII.LI direct efforts to maintain their advan- Notice of Attachment.
\ For Sale. !:. tages. Efforts are being made In other ,

ya,' I Sec. 1. He It ordained by the TowCouncil localities to bring their Interests to the Successor to Oeo. D. Rumph.)
Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka and Oolde Front which Is commendable and why In the County Court of the State of (
of the town of Titusville" that. ;
Queen pineapple suckers, orange, lemonod should remain idle ? Ilievard Florida, In and for Brevaid County:
c from and after the passage! of the ordinance we county;: TITUSVILLE MELBOURME JENSEN WEST PALM BEAC
t grape) fruit trees, Noonan strawbcrrplants the of said town shall is susceptible of ten times Its present Clemens Leaning.I'UlntllT. ,
mayor receive ,
,, ;,\, and umbrella trees. no compensation for his services. population[ which would bring ten-foh "',. } Attainment.
'I, JAil MOTT, Sec 2. Be It further ordained that additional advantages, individually and Enianiirl 1 Jose, Where will be found a first-clasg stock of

I .I I Orlando Nursery Oilando, ) .'\. the marshal and collector shall receive a collectively. The question comes home Emmanuel Defendant Jew, ilefaiiilant, In almve entltl Goods Goods Shoes Hats Fnrniti
u dFl salary of tV: ) tier month, and tills sum to us, what are we doing to bring about, TO stilt,and ail other perams. intrmitoil: Gents' Furnishing Dry ,
4 : -- shall be lu compensation for the these results As I have .said In former

I Por Male or Kent, of all his duties, and he shall performance articles, investors play shy of dilatory] YOU see. ,,J hereby: has teen nntlnml lumieil that against a Mrlt yon I' sad At i --- -- =5 AND MILLINERY.
i J receive no fees nor costs In addition to communities; they assume there Is noil. your |.rttl|N>;rtr. attached to satisfy the de-:
his amount. lag worth Investing In, as the people land of.Urlncna, LrwiinK: amounting to eightytine jy: GROCERIES AT MELBOURNE. All at Lowest Cash Piice
Five and a half land, south point there do not seem to have foundIt dollar* and forty-eve tents.ow, uuir.
acres Bn it further ordained already .
Sec .1. that
you shall appear Ix-fora the court In mid stilt ,
) )
A fine line of Mattings and Carpets at astonishingly pi ices A few! uCarilages ,
Johns Island, near Reams postotHre: the clerk and tieasuier shall receive a out. It would have been better for us and plead or doimir to the ilw laratlon. sled
three acres cleared, and residence on salary of $13 month for the It we had not been so well favored In herein,at the tlvrk't; "Hire In TltiiHVllle nail below cost rive me a trial-will treat you right all along tin I lint
performance
the land. per natural mrroundings. We would then county snit !State,on the Rule may In lehrnnry. II. will at Titusville J. U. Walker at Melbourne >rltar
of his duties as such clerk and A. I). IM..;, lieing the 3rd day of said month,a ile- S> Ray serve you ;
I O. F. 'AI'I'IIIIIor: treasurer, and he sha.ll receive no other have had to look more to individual fault will lie enured against you In due course Miller\ at West Palm Beach, and Geo. E. Coon at Jensen.
Eau Uallie I F1.1.: costs nor fees in addition to this amount. exertion. We fall to take advantage of! smia.pllratlonwilt: :: Iw mailn to the court for
final judgment, and your |pnl iiertjr will its sold
circumstances or opportunities. Theres
Sea 4. Be It further ordained that
to |mr the debt.
i the city assessor shall receive, as full Cuba In a state of rebellion, which Dated this Joth day of OUolier. A. I). 18JS,
For Sale. ompetisatlon for the duties of his office, means, literally, a distribution of her A, A STEWART, Fred S. (Chaffee & Co
' JO,Oil) per annum, Instead of 1 100.00 aleretofoie. nd us tiles, one of which Is tobacco. We C. T, McCnrty, Clerk: County Court, ,
have right here a country almost parallel Koliltln X Irnhim lenl! ]
A full \line of budded hasten riafntirr. 1i.
orange Att'y for fettf
I 14 All ordinances In conflict with thl with Cuba, ,both as to soil and climate,
and fruit
trees, on sour roots
I Nude, grip tires to live feet, straight, thrifty, are hereby repealed. This ordinance that can be utilized to such an extent in I FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITUSVILLE FLA
the
the of fine tobacco that ,
true to lams, clear of Insect or disease hall go Into etfect Immediately upon Its production INDIAN RIVER TONSORIAL Registered Pharmacist.
I r of any kind; prices low for llrst-clasi approval by the mayor. world would not miss the Cubit supply;
but'we all waiting for something to
fly sleek Tiees packed In boxes, am HOWELL Tires, are A Complete Assoitment of
turn itself. A man came down here PARLOR
(
freight paid to Tltusville'on all orders Approved : Piosldcnt of Council. up ) ,
of :Ct) trees and to bedeliveiciy W. M. Bitowx"' Mayor. Rome time ago and rem"l ked to Capt.
I l a" i).... ir th. upwards, Attest : tlchards that he had hoard a good deal EASY SHAVES....... -* PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundrie
about fish down here, but had not seen
Address II. J. AnTiiotr, Clerk.It Hair Cutting In Latest Styles

' lk( W. F. Hr..:", was decided\ by the council, ns a put any his yet.plate The on(;apt the, told table him, sit down to go and and FILED: OEM ME, Proprietor' -9 9 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude =-
Kiit: .Nurseries whole that Howell Titus receive the litusville Fla.
: ,
the river
1 wait for a fish to jump out of '" We and careful attention to all mall ordeis.
rI Ii ay ton Island, saute fee ($75.01): ') in the coming cow case, It, ready cooked.! ------ 1J! give prompt
Fla.Wliore to be tried In the chambers before upon '
Judge

much(roome as, there as the had opposing been much council work; inas-In. That for Is the just fish our to trouble jump ;on we our are plates waiting CHOICE -- -------- We want your trade. Give us a trig

eady cooked, not even willing; to cook
': to Slop III Atlanta.Mis. the case and he had taken the first case,
I"" which was won before Judge Jones, for him, ]much people less, In catch much him.less favored In the meantime local-- '-.J) Pineapple Plants. Choice Line of Cigars: Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Pet'mint"-

I 23; whereas his opponent bad receive their seines and nets Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
i, I Clary;\ sister to Miss (I. F. Linn, for his fee *100. lien, are raising
[ both well known' In Tltusvlllu and other and having a feast on the fish, while were In large or small Quantities.

,, places on Indian River, has opened a Hitting over an empty plate waiting, se:: D
( boarding house at 1.10: Ivy street, Allan Will lla\c while the Mtre..mlare loaded with plenty Smooth Cayenne, Abbaka, B.Groceries L. :
I
Golden
Enville
of flsh. We would like to hear from the City, Queen
ta block front the Peachtiee
just one I'lince Albert Variegate.1Smooth
car to exposition. In the heart of the A grand.! clearance sale before my new property owners and real estate men of Cayenne, Charlotte Grain Hay Garden Seed FertilizerI

It city. Terms, "2.(OIcr) day. Write and goals arrive. Walt and watch for the the county. Hand in your reports and ItotliBchild, Ulpley Queen, ,
secure: loom ut onre. l.iO: Ivy street, Ilay.I II :MMOX; : HAMIIEKII.Tltusvillo let us know what you are doing. If you Stock 1N
Jamaica of Indian River
for Kiplcy. call the Attention of the People tomy
plates waiting
are sitting over empty
1
I Atlanti, Ga. U4 Fla.
the fish to jump you will get fish hungry :::r 0l.1erlldl'llvel'ed, piomptly tuple Ac l 'uiicy Groceries, 3/Vui
; an they are living headed oil with ORL.tNmt UKAfK & FRUiT (0.,
L Rich Indiana Land for Exchange: / If You Want Anything the other fellows' nets. Then wake up, C. S. VAX 1IOUTEX, Trcas.orio8pondence And Food ProductsOf
.) Join Gideon' band blow your trumpet solicited. Orlando,1hz. All Kinds. Also My Stock of

y I Ii Two hundred. acres: Wab.iidi coin land, In jewelry now Is the time to buy, aswe pportuulty and make a rush offers.for the Individual prl/o while efforts the / Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal,
immense crop iiow ; 0*> busheU nor acre want to sell out our stock and will ,
1 valuta/ f-,.,"j'frM. On direct railroad to 'lo It cheap-for oiwh.. Repairing still a amount Why not to have but a little conceit on of general action.results.With PINEAPPLE SLIPS...., Ground Food mod Wheat.I .
I ipecialty, and 11'1111" In future. in the abo r line
Town Indian River
Chicago. property Ilntllllll'r..ved the advantages this county has, failure am the only house on dealing exclusively
hammock land wanted ANTHONY BKON., would 1 be Impossible. It is true we haven ioods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and toll
I Address, Box 44, Lyford. Indiana Titusvtlle, Fla. this county non-progiesslve people, as ::== AND SUCKERS your patronage. Very truly
.
33. L. rnLA.DY.DUREN :
we have everywhere. There are people
i A 'I'HUHTS: Tltll' A (bitten Wodilintr. who are opposed- to everything; they FOR SALE
don't want anything themselves and are
'f __ ,
; On the 2Mh; lust Rev Jas. ]f. White opposed to anybody else having anyJlng. -
.' From Chattanooga/ to AVest ""1m.c and wife, of Oenr lana, celebrated the In building! up a country we Of the Following =-- & FEASTERGROCERIES

llruch In u "'agoll, ftleth anniversary of their marriage. have them to pack as so much dead
Egyptian Queen
.c Only a family gathering was contemplate weight. We have just passed' through a ,
I Ij f i: A W. Poe arrived hero yesterday In a coveted wagon, accompanied by thinenegroes. >l.tnued surprise.. They came with brought about personal discoid; but wean
,, They drove the entire distanpe. longratulatlons and well-tilled baskets now open a campaign In which wean VARIETIES : Golden Queen, OF ALL KINDS. Francis H, Leggett & Co

from Chattanooga, and are liound for In such numbers as to make a "family all join hands, and each one In some EndUe City
Palm Beach, where they Intend to locate. xtheilug" of rather huge proportions, form contribute something to make It a
The was of the old-time Fine Groceries.
wagon one The company was a merry one, and the success
covered and attracted considerable Jensen Fla. iffoNT.AVlille HARlftE.
wagons
Inner such as the Oeorglana Indies are I.r Order now taken. All tlist-

I I Bay. stieet.attention Mr.as Poe It stated was driven that he along represented uKKestiun noted for. of The hard loaded times.tables gave no loss plants, and early delivery. Apply! Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all lint

'I 7 a party of sett lei s that Intended 1)mlmigthe fifty years of their married EverybodyIs to G. C, MATTHAMS
L to to Florida to locate, if he fount!
come life, Mr and Mrs. White have resided In CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE -
i I 1 the ('ouutry013blo' and reported lu ten states of the Union. They were complaining: of hard times, I am Florida Pineapple Co.,

that manner. the ludi.in I River counry. >usy-I am selling goods every day. Iani West Palm Beach, Fla.JEWELERS J3T": Agent for William A: Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited
t
The wagon wa drawn by five mules f With e. Ikll Allen and and Ii.K. making It Interesting) for the public
when the Start was made, but two of the Hughes[ and wife they landed on Mer- 'ome and buy. SIMOX HAUUKKII Very Truly, 3O\a.ron. C3 Fenstor.
mules died while on the way here, and > 175 ---- ------- --- -- -
rita bland Nov :2l th, / at 11 o'clock ----
I the remaining three appealed: to bereaily at t night, and l yet for all the years and -The Fla. Citizen; says: The Yolusla 8. WILBtK. ITeat. 8. G. VANLANDINOHAM, See, tnwPIICENIX
used upesterday. morning Itt pioneer eipeilencus, Father Time Ins bounty Record legiets that the project
U doubtful if they will live to reach lot marked( them heavily, and they enjoy to build shell, roads in lirevard county MILLS LUMBER CO.,
Palm, !Beach. The : 11'11rellt\ here
party a merry gathering and a good dinners wall defeated. It says: "Nothing else
for a few days, and then proceed on well as of l people.Of TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
any \ adds lit) much to the attractiveness of a ,
their J..urnel.-t"\a.\ Citizen.: their four children\ one was horn country as good roads. The ]Record Incorporated October, 1WM-Suoccuors to K. Ranaon t Co.
v on Long Island, one in Illinois, one in In i favor of bonding to build roads in all JACKSONVILLE FLA Lumbu
Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of and Dressed
Till! NICARAGUA CA ,\I.. Wisconsin and one In Minnesota. Two irectloiiH" Rough
are now living In Florida: Fiauk A. Kept constantly on hand. Also special bill of Ceiling, Flooring and unman
While, who has a home In Seorglana: lumber dressed to order. Barrel head and cover and cypress tanks of a" JIJ'
Congress I Is about to convene and and Mrs. Brady Bower, at Coqulna..
among the first business which will be I made a. called for. All Kinds Ol MOttWill S, Turned and Scroll Work

presented will be the report of the comntisalou In Memorliim. THE "DECANTER. # Specialty One of our firm U a contractor and builder of many years' ei]>erieD>
', of \ which
engineer
government so that we conntructi
are prepared to make estimate and take contract for the
i wa appointed to Investigate on the and of anti<
building all kind of private and public edifice reasonable term
Kind hands" tenderly laid to rest all on
and of the
route probable coat Nicaragua
y ti that was mortal of Mis. Johanna Paine, the most satisfactory manner. Call and see u* before purchasing elsewhere
i canal. Thl commission wa appointed ;Ydididi: Losley <& Renaker
in pursuance of a resolution Introducedby 'neath the whUpeilug pines, Oct. aoth, ----- Correspondence and Patronage Solicit
+ Senator Pasoo, of Florida. With the lyl)5.!
report referred to before It, Congresscan Deceased was In her seventy-fifth year, THE ONLY LIQUOR DEALERS IK Titusville. -- --
S proceed to take some definite action and leave two sons and one daughter to
We always keep on band the following Standard Brands of Kentucky and
In regard to this great undertaking which mourn her loss. Mrs. Paine was loving { LUMBER !
'entern Whiskies: Lincoln County, Tenn.. SOUR MASH, ECHO SPRINGS,
other and kind and will be
ha been agitated so persistently for neighbor,
DOKWATEK: BELLE OF NELSON, W. II. McBRYEU and A. KELLERS
many year If the proposed| canal U sadly missed by those who are left to OUUBON WHISKEY

feasible andcan| be built for any reasonable await the summons to cross the deep Eastern: and Western lives. Also Domestic and Furelgn brand of Wines,
amount of money, we sincerely mysterious gulf called death from the Brandies, puma, and Gin. Bottled Beers, Ale and Stout. A tirst-clos line of --- And House Building Material

work Congress will act promptly, no that beckoning band of the loved one gone Cigar., Billiard and Pool Table A well supplied lunch Counter, Meals, etc., to
t can be begun without further before. Mr*. Paine was one of the pioneer rder. Oyster lu season. Commodious apartment* over our saloon for the ac
settlers and could! tell Inter- Sash Doors and Nails at
Blinds
,
delay. many Brick Lime Cement
comlUOtI..tlon of lodger Our friend are Invited to call at the .saloon on westside ,
,
Incident of the She ,
t The Nicaragua canal would revolutionize eating early days. of Washington ave., first door north of ChanW Corner drug store, and nearly '
the commerce of the world and be of and her husband, the late JudlCII1'alne. opposite the bank Family and hotel trade U solicited. Prompt and careful attention Builders' Hardware In fact, a complete stock: of everything; re-
Jmmeuse advantage to the United Mates, cause originally from Smith Carolina, given to mail orders. 1.OSLEY A KENAKEU, Titusville, Fla. In building a bouae. Estimates furouhr'
particularly to the south. We believe and through the I..nllyeara that followed
i an Immense city would develop at the lived prosperously happily Ith their G. F. PADDISON,
j mouth of the Mississippi river, or some- little family, until the great shepherd E.1U OALLIE FLoKlf

t ,i ii where on the Gulf, that would In time bid them give up the care of this life --- -- - ---- --- -
'Il rival New York in commercial Import and wander by living water throughoutthe ----

t ance. Florida would be especially benefited great eternity.

f, and particularly Key West. We Angels/ bright' In heaven e'I fa. ee'' I Watch Your Watch !1If ****
1 1 I have always thought that It would be Twine her crown of dower. ,

follv to construct a railroad to Key West eweU rich in love be given It need cleaning or repairing have It done, and

other under band existing we circumstance have always*meld but on that the If Through the cloudless, shining hour I then you will\ have time by the forelock. One of the

th. Nicaragua canal wa constructed Key Let us do u the baa done- best repairer In Florida In charge of that department

1 I,i;i West would Immedaltely Jump Into Fill our lives with kindness, Th UilUa River U very attractive at thl point ntondlil e."la & Th Un.1 specially new, and work guaranteed.AXTHOKY. .
And the race be truly won a.Ja I>(*J |<> titMa|>pl'4 ud other Kculu. and .u tltiuuJ at Aakoaa. just north of Ibe eeMbntMrman
It harbor and
.i virtue of ,
_" prominence, by Who suffer meek ai.t mildness. .. tin>.e, TIM J.. M. A.* I. R K v runs thiuugh tb* |>rv|.rt). BuUnf .ai|<|>lBf' ttuttaUiu I BROS.,
geographical position. The hundred of UDllUrvar"' particulars,aittirew (M vvnr FLA.
i r'' I .U'alllatwU4ate&men, which would rue -Author of "Tangerine." AKTIIIK U. rKBKI, I.w Flores, C M. Bnncb Store at West Palm Beach.TITUSVILLE.

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