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

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1. 9.: No. 24. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY- JA.jST. 18, 18U5. Price, 5c.


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CAL NEWS Head This Column Carefully. -Talk up the county road project In -Gorton'* Minstrel will perform at Capt R. C. May, of Rockledge, was -Mr. C. L. I>t'I.ano".f the Cljdo Line

) I your neighborhood.A I the Opera house, Tltusville, on Mondaynext In town yesterday.Rev. Is In town tl -llay.llfr. .

jptcn of General Interest. ty- Advertisements on this (first) grand flower show will\ be held In the lust Inst. F. C.: Rajllss will hold divine II. Ii. Plant was the guest of
ten cents line week Mr. H. M. Flagler .
pAge are per per Nassau, Bahamas, on Feb. 7th. Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Trails and Mrs. service on Sunday, 201" li Inst, at Foit on Tuesday.Mr.

General Gossip In connection are continued from week to week unless -CApt. Jan. Pritchard's residence Is Jones, of Cocoa, were in tow n on /Saturday Pierce, at 10:30\ a. 11\. and 7 p. in.Mr. II. B. Jackson, of New Yoik,
nd otherwise ordered. Leading; notices cm last. has arrived at his winter homo lit Hookledge. : .
ndlan River and Lake: Worth secnrlnff any page but the first, are live cents per being painted this week. Jas. T, Sanders, who has been .
put week.: Brief mention of line each Insertion. -Over 200 }'reemaltOM'h.It",1 the In a trip to St Augustine, returned toW
-Mr. F. E. Heath, of the DummItt -(' F.: Richards: ; of Eden: spenta
Event from Various Part of the Stand of Florida pst Palm Beach :Saturday last
ting Grove, was In town jesterday.Mr meeting I.odgo on few rays In Jacksonville the end of
World About People Ion Know held Jacksonville this 'k.Mr. .
| at we<
See list of hotels Mr. and Mrs lien It[. Robblns and last week
Ton Don't Know Picked VHGRE to stop. on C. G. Turbervill, of Orlando, -
eopl Jar Society Editor.ou our 4th and 7th pages. has been spending several days In town and Mrs. II. M. Flagler: are now Miss Jeanette l'I\I<\\lII"n attended the. ball -M"llIra. (I. N Haidee, of Rorkledge;

this week. snugly ensconced. In their residence, at Eau Gallic on ednesday: night and K. W. Ooodo, of Mellxiuino, were In ,

The man who docs the most kicking -Mrs. Marcie Abbott, of Keene, N.1I. arrived"Kh kllltle last,"week.St. Augustine, where they Archdeacon II. F. Brown will\ hold town jesterday.Tho I

about hard times Is almost Invariably ., \M\sln town a short while Monday divine service at St GahrUTu: church, Indian River: State H.\nk, Tit nil- '
the one who does the least ndxertising.; and Tuesday.The -Mr. Gus P. Anthony paid Geoiglana ntustllle, on Sunday, 20th Inst, at I II I \lllo, la giving to It* customers a very
a visit on Wednesday, for the purpose of a. in. and l 7-10: p. m. neat hanging calender for Hll'i.ExMn .
Prince of Wales has \been reelected and land
viewing some pineapple :
CONE and see the nice new line of Most Worshipful Grand Masterof which is for 110.Ylcellr'Klth'nt: mango Contractor J. I), McPoniM, of P" lm )'or Swift and family, of
crockery ware we have on hand. Duren the British Lodge of Freemasons leach, paid St. Augustine a \lsit tho (liloago.' who own some fino land cm
o01tB & Feaster, Tltusville, Flu. J. It. Pai'roll's olllces' !alter part of last week He returned lithe Worth, arrived Palm Beach cm
-Mr. O. Howes, of the well known are no longer at the Mohawk blink, home on Nkturday. Tuesday.
HOUSE for rent on ilverfiont! between Park Cottage, Palm Beach, has been Jacksonville, for he has removed them
residences of Mr. S. F. Gray and Mr. spending a few days in St. Augustine. to Transportation row. -The seed that was advertised the Messrs. I.oe A Fitz,raid, tho.govinmeiit -
Woodward. Apply to Robbins & Gra- AI>V >CATK to IK given away free by the hull\ and boiler Inspevtois
ham. Messrs. Seiner & VlnJng, proprietors -Mr. O. E.: T. Baines, of Plymouth, 'l.iglor Railway, has Ix-eti distributed avannah: passed south cm Friday after
of Hotel Coquina, Ormond Reach, are lass., who spent a couple of days In among many of lheal1lican/sthls N aukStub's oon last
B iE o te GET West carpets, etc., from II. E. Clark doing a remarkably good business al- town last week, has boon enjoying himself -
38 Hay street, Jacksonville. ready. at Rockledge this week. celebrated orchestra, of New : -Mr. George Peiinlnian, of Xl'W1'1 k.
York, will furnish the music at the who icieiilly passed thioiigh hole1, U
r STOP at the City Umber: Shop white -A county convention, to consider -The Anvoc-ATK: may IHJ n'lIe.llImn 'ome. do Leon, St. Augustine, this low nt Palm peach Ho la largely In-

baibers. Razor honed. the project of a good road: should be to do Ito share In promoting the projector eason. August Kisniniiu Is director. I tel'eKh'tilll land oil the East: Const, I

-Deed blanks lOco each 3.00 icld. Talk the matter up In your own building a good shell road from one
; per
-Drs. II. D. Blown and C. II. Stewart !
Messrs. John Slmonson nod Henry
pieclnct.Mr. end of Bievard to the other. I
100 at ADVOCATE office. county
If MellHiuinr, attended I lh Grand edge liejer, who have IK'CMI cm a lelltth'lIt'tlI )
Coon weather occasionally visits Indian II. A. Hodges; of the lumber -On account of the recent freeze do- Freemasons meeting In Jacksonville I down-iivercrnisointheirlion I vac lit, mo

River, but to obviate this, go to Julius firm of Hodges & Godfrey, Satsuma troylng all vegetable crops throughout Ills week. tow: on Lukooith.: Mr. and Mi: *. C.
and of his Height, arrived In town Tuesday, and the state, the, :Southern Express A. Lawrpme of '. l
Kline, Titusville, buy one company Major E. W. Peabody, the wtll- I Utica, N. \ and other
warm sulta cheap for cash. left for other down-liver places next day. will carry, free IIf transportation chal' t.tI, known 'Times-Union traveling conesMimlent are on boanl..loo. .

| find that trade goes slowly YACHT roi SUE.Yawl rig, 32 feet I Theie was a large crowd of passcn- seed for replanting. and I agent, was In town this I -. JctToison, the Inlmitablo Rip j

lul is never at its best? long, 9 feet beam, 2 feet draft, cabin gars on Monday afternoon's train. Nine -Aril!vain at tho Royal: Polnciana: morning, on his way to CUl'IUalll )Ruck- Van \\'Inkle, und warm hided nf inner
i an ad. just press the buttou- accommodates four, now In commission passenger cars left M. Augustine-all Palm Beach, have been numerous this edge. I. (itch the paper do the rest. crowded with tourists and others-for week and Merrill\
with complete equipment. W. ; naturally, Manager -Mr. and Mrs. J. Read and family, of I ye-stc'iday. Ho will neeoiupnny Mr.
II. Browne, Cocoanut: Grove, Fla. various places along the East Coast. III very well pleased to leo the rush to Vooe, have: been In town some days ligfer;: and party on a trip to Palm: 4

Please see that your subscription -We want money to loan on first real -Mr. II. M. Fligler's!: :; private car, No. its palatial ]hotel.Conductor Ills week they left for K,x'ledge to- 1It'IU'h.

a and that the year reads "189! ;>." I estate mortgages. Ten per cent free of !X), passed through hero Saturday afternoon C. (I. liurlingame, a well ,IA,). Mrs. )Read also expects to visit -\Ve uiidcrstaiKl that Mr. Flagler will
last, with Mr. and Mrs. Pratt and known conductor of tho White Mouu- Mt'll om'no.Mr. tho
Fibscribers, to the ADVOCATE are all expenses to lender. Gaulden A San- tot now occupy cottage, recentlymrcbased
fed to pay their subscription in ders, TItusvillo and West Palm Beach, family on board, bound for Palm Beach ain (V. II) district, will occupy the' J. S. Watson has been shipping froth !u1 r. 1 R.: It. !tl('('111'111 Ick.t .
'r. Florida. *tf The above party are friends of Mr. position of pallor car conductor on tho some very lino oranges thla week 'hey will 1 bo occupied by Editor: Medill and
Flagler.Capt.. 'lacier railway this season. ninlly, of Chicago, this winter. Mr.
gathered from the trees at the
Is finest and freshest fish and were !
IB great rush of tourists now on, -For the
S. A. Bravo has been quite ummltt Ixforo the and Mt,1I111111'llitllr of the Chicago Tlibuno.Dr. .
ir East Coast hotels are commenc- oysters call at Smith'g restaurant, rail- -Mr. and Mrs. L. II. Brace and Mr. Grove, frieze,
fill np. road wharf, Titusville. Now open. jubilant late, for he baa been presentedwith and Mrs. Cavanaugh: of Chlongo, who placed In the packing house 11. R. Wilson, County Cleik A.
.tf a handsome commodore's flag by have been In town several weeks, left .\. Stewart, and MOHKIS. S. H. Ray, A.
hotels
Tho big 1'onco do Leon and
ad and consider our article on the J., St. A. & I. K. Railway Co. Capt.: here Monday for Jacksonville, en route 'I'. Feaster and F. A. Lsley have boon
roads. Shall we have one ? If WE have just received a car of fine Bravo Is at West Palm Beach, and has lome. They expect to return hero next Sail Marco, St. Augustine, opened! withjtrelt 111 Jacksontillo this week, attending

by not fis. New York State Irish potatoes, and aieprepared charge of the steamers Santa Lucia and will rdut on Wednesday, a fait which the meeting of the Grand Lodgo of Freo-
to supply with seed tel'Mils Mr. C.: II. Knott. and Messrs 1I1ulI'llI\tt1
growers Sweeney.We
J, G. Hall, who has been spend- Dureu & Feaster, Tltusvllle. Katie Pritchard left here, Monday & lager have cause for rejoicing over. iiasons.Conductor: .
few days at Oceanus returned tom potatoes. regret to learn that Mr. J. N. visit her father'
to
morning, on a -: To lovers of the banjo the -- 1 H. B. Castloman, of Washngton -
Monday. A FINE assortment of evaporated Feaster, of La Grange, has been quite sister, Mrs. Hclmcilh, New YOlk, where mcnt of loiton's Minstrels have mallajle-treas- I). C., has 1''lIn'l'lIlth..1| l his position
Pritchard made 'ruits-equal to any In town- at Duren Ill\ this week, but we hope to hear more she expects to remain several months. with tho Pullman Car Co., and will
James
pt. a trip lire to offer this season In Fred Allx'rU.
& Feaster's, Titusville, Fla. favorable reports of his health ere lung Hiss Kate will be much missed
_ _t Palm Beach this week, on busilonnectcd among lie la a wonder for purely uitlstlu wink net na parlor car conductor on tho Flatter
with the bank. SLOOP for Sale; new, dry and seawoithy. Mr. Feaster Is a gentleman of about 74years her many friends town. of his own COIl1I'Otlltlllll--a soloist.Mr. Railway this winter. He made a trip
of and Illness at that Is
Just the boat for a cruising party of age, age In tho shade the over the road the und of last week
-Eighty degrees was
large number of employes passed rather hard upon one. C. B. Knott has appointed Mr.
three or four. Model hull, 8x10, and temperature: corded by the Weather -We informed that the. freeze
;.:;h here Monday, on their way to llobt Murray to the |IH>sltlon of steward are cm
decked over. A bargain for the next Robbing, Graham & Chllllngwortli; Bureau[ office lltusvlllo Wednes-
at on
I.ake'OIlh did not effect the pineapple
yal> Poinciana, Palm Beach. at tho Ponce de Leon, me Mr. C. 1Ull'kford' .
few Address Samuel Welch, have rented office rooms at West Palm
days. day. That in what we l'all.umlUer heat, [ resigned. Mr Murray la saidto 1 1lantlllll'I\I'ly so badly as It wan thought
r. and Mrs. S. P. Litchfield, of Titusville, Fla. Beach, over the post-ottico, and next and Is a little warmer than what ournoithern it IIist. Some pineapple grower think .
bo a steward of the highest order.
,urg. Mass., who have been on a FOR SALE New three-room cottage In week will move their law office to thatpoint. reader are now getting.Sir they will not use 10 per cent of their
down the river, returned north- Mr. Chillingworth's family will -We are confident nlno-tentlis of our
and back 1,1otl.:
with front
Titusville |
South Ambrose late of
:
Shea
governor
have their residence In of Dr. Stlte'
on Tuesday. one toplo' favor the project of county shell
porch; brick foundation Hue and fire- new cottages, which he has rented for the Bahamas, accompanied by his wife, road, but It will fail iinUsa thus who Deputy-Sheriff ClilHIngwoith; of Juno -
:
irdncr J. Hardee and Irene CaIne place. Also lot, 50x90. Cost *& O. has to England.: The lIon. George
the season.-Tropical Sun. gone Favor It manifest their Interest, and I givea canio up) to town Yl'KterIfur tho
married at Sebastian on the 10th For terms, address Samuel Welch; Melville, colonial secretary, has boon little of their time to canvassing and I purposoof taking charge of two white

the Rev. S. F. Gove performing box 04, Titusville, Fla. Photograph -The Indian River Steamboat com- sworn in as administrator of the government l promoting taw. project men, held In our county jail cm a ch.ugo
edding ceremony. forwarded on request. pany's steamer St. Augustine left here pending; a successor to Sir Ambrose of breaking Into the residence of Dr.

1 actual value of a paper Is, In al- -We now want money to loan on first Monday, for Jupiter. From there she Shea. Mr. Melville is said to makea -The Nassau Guardian says: : "Thb Hell, at Juno. They were raptured by
every case, greater than the priced mortgages on real estate. Loans net I left for Lake Worth, taking the outsidesea good substitute.Did now ftom Florida: referring to tho loss Deputy-sheriff Hayes near the Narrows.
,' fur of It. The full lenders ten cent free of all expenses. ( ) route. She will be placed on the warmest' of oranges from the cold wave, has evidently -
a copy pricet per I you know that the Induced to seize the -Mr. and Mr*. C. E. Woodward, who
Juno and Palm Beach In our puoplo
between
Absolute run ,
paid until the hasd Interest paid semi-annually. Wednesday
purchaser place In the United States, on aaconsiderable have beers spending some week at
at the columns. Robbins & Graham Co., Titusville command of Captain Jones, during this oppoituulty shipping,
advertising safety. was Titusville ? The thermometer
winter. life ha been obseived this week in the Cocoa: returned to TItusvillo on Saturday
Fla. 12tf I registered 80 degrees In the shade here, last board their
he City Barber Shop i. now in carting and packing of oranges. I on trim-looking
o of Messrs. J. of I -An editor says: "If Bob Ingersoll while at Key West it registered 78. Seethe yacht Flora. We 'jilea-
coati. and D. H.Harry Anderson Henry of New, Foil SALE:-000 acres on the peninsular fine Insist that there is no hell, will he Weather Bureau reports| of that day. -Rev. R. R. Jones, wife and child, sot call from Mr. and Mrs.dQ"I :.
two white south of Cape Canaveral: ; as orange please state what becomes of the man We beat Key West by V degrees. who have been stopping In town a little \\ednesday.. Their summer home U
men. They are anx- and vegetable land as
pineapple who takes the paper three or four years over a week, left for Orlando, Monday, In New Haven, Conn.
share
get a of your patronage. can be found in the state; no frost, without paying for It, and then tells the -Travel from the north to Floildihas on their way home to Nashville, Turn.

lensrs C II. Killer and Frank Peg- no malaria. Address, Mrs. J' O. Hall, postmaster he doesn't want it?" Vow let become very heavy. The gular New Miss Katy May Corinuek: who has boon Kolx-rt Moore, of I'alm Iluuch, WM

t ot St. Louis, Mich., arrived in Titusville, Fla. Ingersoll explain or shut up. This It York and Florida short line, limited, In town. about three or four months, badly bitten on tho foot by a 0-foot alligator -

Tuesday, and gave our office a call. Jn.us KLIXE is In the lead with perhaps the hardest nut ever presented over the Southern Railway, Saturday returned homo with her uncle and aunt. a few days: ago It Is said that ho
left, next day, for Fort Pierce, An- all kinds of always shoes hats, to him for cracking." night last, wall followed by a sc< ond section was teasing It, and the alligator gr.iblwHl
nd West Palm Beach. trunks, valises, etc., and he does not carrying among its passengers !SSVJ,! -The cold weather north has been I his foot In his jaw, which had to lio
fall to let the people of Indian River What are you going to do In the extra help totheJacksnvilleSt. Augustine very severe of late, and reports of many I pried open with a crowbar before the
I< u i of the business lately carried onu ADVOCATE. Call the county to the other. Your cooperation coming to hand. Ibis, added to the Mr. Moore I.I agent for the Indian River
firm of Pace A Doyle, whom the'knocked the columns of the Great la needed; everybody should show -An exchange says: "Ur. (I. II. great distress among the starving lalxir-: Steamboat company at Palm lionel
out of time." The af- and see hillatock. bargains. Alree, of Port Tampa City: was called
their Interest. "The Lord helps those lug classes, make u* Indian River people
+u the above firm are In the hands BICYCLES-new and second-hand who help themselves" In promotingthe out early the other morning/ attend think that we are not so badly of after Master Claude Walton, who liar

Indian River State Bank. I sale and for rent. I have the agency building of a good shell road a hundred six negroes in one house, who were affected notwithstanding the loss of the orange i been lying quite low with fever during

II Alex Cochrane director of the I for the Columbia, Sterling, Wllbelme miles long, you will be helping by carbolic acid /gas: 'poisoning, crop and the damage to pineapples.Mr. the past four week, I II now slowly Improving
also few three of them. being asphyxiated, two and hope to be out of bed next
and Crescent
a
etc phone Co. and member of the (Readings) ladies'; and gentle- yourself.The. narrowly escaping death. ThIs makes Jerome Twlcbell, president and week. Mr*. Walton has received lit)
rent
] ( wheels to ,
'era lie 'Iub, arrived In town Tuesj men's. Will sell wheel to responsible question of making a countyshell the second time that the doctor has been and !general manager of the Kansas City: many letters from down-river friends,
j was accompanied by his wife on terms, or very reason- road from Tltusville;: to the south called within a week to attend patients Metal Roofing and Corrugating ('o., and Inquiries from resident In town

pughter er the They boarded the club able parties for cash.easy Write or call on A. S. end of the county I II being agitated. suffering from a like cause." Dr. AltreeIs Kansas City, Mo., arrived In town last that she take this means of notifyingthem

tub-house same evening, on their way Thompson. Office at the Avers Grocery Messrs Treutler and Carey, of Eau Gal- a brother of Mrs. J. K. Lanouetto, of Friday night, for the purpose of spend of his favorable turn toward re

at Chester Shoals Co.'s store, Titusville, Fla. lie, were In town last week talking the this place. ing a few months on Indian River Mr. covery.

.e1. James Bolton, a former resist matter up with our citizens It is estimated -The ADVOCATE acknowledges, with Twtehell I I. not a new comer to this sea -The Grand Lodge! of the Son of
01 Indian River who has been in that shell road ten feet wide tiou. He own an orange grove at LaGrange
a thanks receipt of the following Invitation Temperance, of Florida, which has kern
I >f the Methodist church Carra- The steamer Santa Lucia, which hundred miles would and ha been around town this
at and one long cost from Congressman and Mrs. C. A. In Hussion In Jacksonville thl week,
bas been appointed to another was purchased by Mr. H. M. Flagler, is less than .500pe r mile, and the county Swanson, of Washington, i). C., and week shaking hands. with his friend. pascal a memorial to the next legislature .

e 4t Key West Mr. Bolton still on the ways at Palm Beaclt undergoing! could be bonded for, say .7 ,OOO, on longtime Richmond, Va., but we regret our Inability acknowledge a pleasant call. asking for suitable legislation to

toad affection for the Indian River a thorough overhauling. Her hull I II bonds. Taking the present asse to : "You are hereby! -On Monday next, the fist Inst, at submit an amendment to the const
',ry and has ordered the ADVOCATE being re-caulked and repaired, and her ment of 5 mills, and applying; it to this cordially invited to attend a preliminary the Opera house, Tltusville, will appear tutlon, prohibiting the manufacture soil I!
IJW In m to Key West decks are being! remodeled. The steamer kind of a road some good would arise meeting to permanently organize a German Gorton's Mlnntiel 'Ihe performance sale of liquor In this state to be voted

''be! Indian River Steamboat com will be finished In two weeks, when from It, whereas as It is at present It I II Club, to be named on Jan. 15th. of Gorton' Minstrel I II strictly refined, upon by the people of the general election

I steamer St. Sebastian is undergo- she will relieve the steamer J. W. about equivalent to throwing the money Meeting called by Mrs. Hen. Blanehard, entirely fit from start to llnl.h for a lady I In 181W.Mr. .
Sweeney, which I Is to undergo great away. The shell road idea is worthy of audience. It Is white minstrel
thorough and Mrs. Rep. C.: A. Swanson, Mrs. A. V. a organization -
overhauling I. A. Jameson and bride vt
re-paint- I la at work ,
The Sweeney now conversation. Melbourne In
change cor. Trop- and should be confounded
irnughout and she Lane, Mrs. Col.: (lias. Hey wood. Dancing not
will probably freight and Dublin, Ireland, are at St. Augustine
paslleogersacrolll
transferring ical Sun.
*&) (or business from eight o'clock to one." with the colored minstrel companiesthat
next week. Theoastlan the lake, In connection with theJ. whose correspondent to the Times-Union
"' run out now and then and make a
'o will be placed on the run ., St A. & L R. R. It. train. Her repairs -In last week' ADVOCATE we gave a -The Florida conference of the )I. E. living oil Mr. Gorton's well earned lays: "Mr. I. A. Jameson owner of the
;stand Titusville and Jupiter, and we will keep her on the ways for ev- short report of the freeze at Biscayne Church, which has just adjourned, has a* "The New Oilcan )Minstrel reputation concern and brand of famous Irish whisky
r the well-known and affable eral month When finished she will be Bay. A later report from our correspondent made the following appointments: Rev. bearing Isis name, I III here with hi*

':' II Brock will have command. the finest boat on Lake Worth. Captain In reply to definite Informationas W II. Steinmeyer, Titusville, has been -A New York journal, Seaboard, say: bride, a stately young lady of decided
Crock has a host of friend who Bravo, who ha charge of all H. M. Flag/ to Injury by the freeze on Biscayne changed to the Apopka circuit, and 8. "A contract for the construction of a British mould and bearing. Theyare
|ern.P: &IIeIl to lee him in his old ler' steamboat work, i* pushing the Bay confirms what General Floyd King W. Lawler take his place; Rockledge new passenger and] freight steamer for accompanied by Mr. J. M. Inglefield

work on the Santa Lucia In order that told us last week. Our corresponded and Cocoa, C. f. Blackburn; Indian William P. Clyde A Co.: ha been from London, England, and will do Florida

Mr. McFadden, formerly of Melat the Sweeney can go on the cradle. The says: "1 cm add nothing to previous report River mission T. A. Jordan; Lake awarded to the William Cramp: Son' before returning to their home land.

>, was before the grand jury in new marine ways were built by Mr. In the AWOCATB, except that we Worth mission, C. P. Ward. The Rev Ship and Engine/ Building company -J. E. Ingraham, of St Auguctlne.who .
ta on Saturday last and they found Flagler expressly for the erection and i have had wonderful escape and our I James Molten, well known on Indian The vessel, which I* to be ready for service ha the East Coast railroad Und department

"ictment of forgery against her. remodeling of his own boat. They are people are now shipping tomatoes, thus River, who ha had charge at Carrabelle! within nine month, will accommodate in charge, was In the city yesterday
I wu JB a check signed E. C. Hender- said to be the finest set of ways In the I showing they were uninjured. In some OB the Gulf Coast, and who commented 150 passenger/ bhe will be of steel, He Mid that the damage to the
,"" was passed on the Clarke HardmPany. state. They will haal out an 180-foot! of very exposed place (prairie land) the I at the conference on the lack of secular 3:io feet long, 49 feet be im, SO feet deep East Coast had been over-estimated and

The other was signed three feet draught, and are composed of i plants were affected to the ground. Our energy of his charge, ha been appointee and 3,500 ton register./ Her engine mil that the fru'l grower were not dUoou-

earns name and wa passed on two cradle They are located on Cab- i tropical foliage I* looking well, and Mr. I to Spark chapel Key West We regret be of the qua/lniple expansion pattern aged. A Urge number of new-comem:
.n& Hardware Company. Tbe toheck- bags Island two mile south of Palm I Dean who has a nursery of highly/ tropical to ay, from our observation at Key and the boiler are to resist a steam pr_ were seen day almost, and the Immigration
t y. two was '6'J. Both the Beach. Heretofore when Lake Worth plant, which U not protected informed West, that Mr. Molten will not find his sure of 200 Ib*. to the ..iuar Inch. She to every that section promise to I*

Ern d.i parable to fra. Anna Lyon steamers needed repairing, they bad to HW that none of his African, new charge much better than his old one I* to ply between New 1 ork, Charleston Urge this spring.-FU. Citizen.
r Henderson I* member of the ha taken to otherpolots East Indian and Brazilllaa plant were a* far a* the energy of his people are and Jacksonville, and her average speed
a
1 Austin A Uendenon, of Marietta. to be remodeled iyltnids Vltlua. Injured," concerned will be sixteen knot an hour." LofelNeews ( \ .\\\ttd on Silt h,*.













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some means; but the spirit doe not always DO YOU NEED SEED? W./ :EC. HAREr''

strive with man. As Talmage said
ST. AvotsmK, Dec 31, 1804.
years ago "Our nation going on In its
_
wickedness would finally destroy itself;; Editorn .IdtocoU.

that history li only being repeated." From anthenlc report It I Is found that

The bible Is a history-a sacred history the fruit and vegetable crop of the entire Staple as .d Fancy O-xoceii: : ;

of the world, from the beginning to the state ha been seriously Injured by and the
extreme cold weather on the 28th
end of time. But many there are that tf th Inst. The management; of the J.,

read the history of to-day and yesterday, J>t A. A I. K, railway, in mpathy with

I but books neglect" the most Important "bookof both the growers to the ,growers and realizing and to that the the railroad loss, Fresh: Fruits: iaa Sease

Is great, and that the
We must take the bible In connectionfrom quickest company,recovery very from this loss lies In a I

beginning to end In order to appreciate new crop of vegetables, hence, to partial

and understand. We can see SIX POINTS, ly meet the contingency, this company. G1l t-EJd.ge Flour: a, Special t
Mrs. the fulfillment of the old prophecies Innod' out of many, where Dr. Pierce1 will furnish vegetable seed (to a reasonable .
Ali aA Free of individuals Pellet are better than other pills ;: extent) free to such of Its patrons
working's to-day
among
themselves of this
avail
desire! to
as well as nation The world 1. They're the smallest, and easiest as offer may, who will\ please furnish the undersigned Clyde Steamship Co

I Ivy PoisoningEight will be judged by God's word, and what to t.akelittlt', sugir-coated: with Information as to location, ,

will be the excuse of those who have the granules that every child takes acreage and kind of seed desired. seed
It Is that requests for
Years of bible and a chance to hear It pleached readily. necessary In order that the
SufferingPerfect be sent In promptly,
God loves us all, and does not leave one 2. They're perfectly easy In variety and quantity required may be

Cure by Hood's Saraaparllla stone unturned to bring us to him lIe their action no griping, no dis ordered without delay.W.

e C I. Hood &Co., Lowell, ]Mass even ent his only son Into the world to turbance. J. JAIIVH,
Ixtar Him-We have tried Hood garsapartllaand suffer for ua that we might be saved. 3. Their effects la t. There's no General Freight Agent k
And It to be all you claim for It. My reaction afterwards. They regulateor
of the
God his and docs often
repent .
wife was potsonoil !>y Ivy when a young woman, cleanse the system according tc Me ''rp..'. WINE\ OF eAADUI lot female diK.it
and fur eight, year" wa troubled every seasonHood'sCures evil which he pronounces upon the size of doss
wicked, if they will turn to him In humility (
4. They're the cheapest, foithey're The New Year
and prayer; as in the cane of the
guaranteed to give satisfaction -
Xinevltcs to whom he sent Jonah to
with the breaking out and terrible Itching and or your money is returned., Finds Hood's Sarsaparilla\ leading i
burning. 1 thought hen was ai bad a cue as preach lIe Is sending preachers out You pay only for the yowl you get. everything In the way of medicines In New York Charleston and Florida LjDi
anyone ever had. Khe was In tlili dlstreMlnf over the land to-day, but are the people three important particulars, namely: ,
condition until she began to take hardly fl. Put up in glass-are always
every year repenting No, the preachers are Hood's Sarsaparilla:! \ has
'1Sarsaparllla, which ha erel.ted a perfect received. The bible says, "they that fresh. 1. The largest sale In the world. It Steamships of this Line
The magnificent are
:
cure, without leaving any scars, and she 6. They cure Constipation, Indigestion accomplishes
bat hail preach the gospel should live by the Bilious Attacks! Sick or 2. The greatest cures In the world. pointed to sail as follows :

No Sign of the Poison Since. gospel. Bilious Headaches, and all derangements It has Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.
In the
She U well and hearty 1 have taken Hood't The preacher finds it Incumbent on of the liver, stomach and 3. The largest Laboratory (STANDARD TiMZ.I

Barsaparllla after the grip with good results,and him to preach, for "woe Is me If I preach bowels.It world. be said ? Hood's Sarsaparilla From New York, From Jsrknm i
have also given It to our four children. W e are not the gospel;" and again he has before What more can U'ler29.E.JI.) STEAMER Ilorltia
pictures of perfect health and owe It to has merit; Is peculiar to Itself Wednesday, Df'c.II! .t 3.00 pm. YEMASSEE..Ttesday: Jan 1. at 'J .
Hood Rarsaparilln." J. C. KHIKMAK, Van- him, "lIe that provldeth not for his own and mom of all, Hood barsaparilla:! Friday, p m. "' AIAINQITIN. Tluiroday :', 'f' 111 to
Catarrh in the Head :: \
r.n;:: : ::: :.
cures : ,
dolls' IllinoisN < household, bath denied the faith, and In cures. If you are sick, It Is the medicine Monday : p tn. .SE111N/ILK .Sunday, Cp I
II If you deride to take H MH'I| Rarsapa- take.It Wednesday, Jan. 2 : 800 p m .IRHl'OIS.! ; Tneeday', :: s, \ t)
for to : : :
rllla do not be Inrtuied to bay any other Instead. worse than an infidel. Don't we see perfectly and permanentlyDr. you Friday, 4: Soles p in !('HEIt1)KFE..Thuro.iay in. is
Monday, T, at 3.00 p 111 ... YEMASSFeSunday: \:1:, at to
Hood's Pills ore hind mule, and pprfec&1IIIrul".rUun God's hand meting out justice to the Sage's Catarrh Remedy. that the recent coal Wednesday, :: 9 8.111) p m .AUONgt'iN .Tuesday, :: 0 t I
S5o. box. people and we find them spying: "God'i Is estimated Friday:: II: :: B.Ie: p In. ...:. SEMiNUI.R....: : Thursday, H: :: a.Dlonday :
and apimarance. per strike In Scotlond cost$40,000,000, or$10 14, .t 3.00 P 01.,......Iltl HlI'OIS. !Sunday 20. stet -
I ways are not equal," when "0 man, thy Wednesday, 111. .t 8.00 P m. CHEROKEE Tuesday 1'1, It IJ '
Didn't God make per head of population. Friday, is. .t 8.03 P m.... .YEMASSttoo Tburedsy. .". 24, at ,.
ways are not equal. Monday. 2t. at 8.00 I' m. ..A 1"O-i'll'IX.. !Sunday 27. at IJ
luCnTnlI: FTC. man to glorify him ? Are they glorifying the ravages of war during Sheriden'i Clubrooms for boy and girl street vendors Wednesday 2.1. .t 8.00 I' 01 .StMIXOLt: Tuesday. .. 29. &I 'oFriday
raid. Stonewall Jackson had his troops have been opened in Newcastle-on. 2II..t 3.00 pm. .IRIH.lI'OIS ....Thll""la 81, at I.
him, when they are actually setting Monday, 211, .t 3.00 P no..CHF1tOKKE..Snndsy, 'eb... 3, alit)
Free and their minds and hearts on pleasure of drawn up In line of battle out on the Tyne, England. Weunesday 80, at 8.00 p m.'YEMASSEE. Tuesday A, stua

world which but fleeting He Turnpike road, at the entrance to these adopted a For New York Direct.
this are Twenty years ago Germany
Accepted Masons destroy In one night, yes, one moment, grounds; and only for the retreat of! system of compulsory Insurance of workingmen .

the works of a man's life time. General Banks' troops, there would have against accident. Philadelphia and Jacksonville Lines

O I God's promises In his word stand as been a bloody battle in front of this Weekly service between Jacksonville and Philadelphia: calling at Charleston,lr..fFROM .
Indian Tltuevllle firm to-day as when first made, and as house. $1OO Reward, $1OO. bou"t The fast freight Steamships "Delaware" and "n In;ah" are appointed to k

River Lodge Fla No. 00 one token from him we see with the eye, My husband (who was very young at PJIILADELPIIIA STEAMSIIIP. FROM JACK80NVU.U DI\

the bow God doe not willingly destroy the time) witnessed the battle of Port The readers of this paper will be Wednesday, December 22th. .. WIXYAII.. .Sunday, December '

man's soul but wills that all should Republic from the top of PIney mount- pleased to learn that there 1 II at least one Saturday, December 29th. BOWDEN,. Sunday, January
Holds lu meeting the sernnd' and fourth' Friday one tain. During the battle two of the dreaded disease that science I Is able to Saturday, January 5th. .. WINYAII. Sunday, "
of each month, at the I urt home,Tltusvllle. know ,
at 7,80, p.: m. be saved; and how are they to Union soldiers who had fled from the cure In all Its stages, and that I Is catarrh. Saturday, 12th. ..DOWDEX.. .Sunday, :
JMrvr.L, 8. IL RAY, without preacher; how are they to ( Hall' Catarrh Cure ia the only positive Saturday, II 19th. ..WINY All. .Sunday, "
H.,o. W, MKNK1IITA ranks), In crossing the hills, were captured known to the medical frtternity. II
have preachers unless they be sent ? cure now Saturday, 20th. .,DOWDE.'Ii. .Sunday, February
far by hi* father and brother, and Catarrh being a constitution
That end God's work as as putting
; IF 1'YTIHAS. taken the Shenendoah Valley river disease, requires a constitutional treat
across
the gospel before the people. lIe does ment. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally St. Johns River Linc.
Seminole' I/idge, No" ass. hold III meeting at and delivered Into the hand of Stonewall
the Court house the flint four Thursday evenIngs not force any man to hear or heed. GodIs acting directly upon the blood
of each month at*o'tlcx'k p. in. warning the people; he wills, and also Jackson. My husband said it was and mucous surface of the system,
will further does he the first time he had ever seen a Yankee, thereby destroying the foundation of For Sanford Enterprise and IntermedIate PoInts
gives man a ; no go
and he looked at his father in great the disease, and giving the patient the St. Johns RIver.
INDIAN RIVER Ol'ARI -he leaves It with you to do good or strength by building up the constitution

Drill at the Armory, over county Jail, every evil. We often hear people say, ChristI amusement, and said, "Why, father, and assisting nature In doing Its work. The Elegant Iron Ide-Wheel Steamers
II ihiil o'clock and 4th fuesday evening In the month,at I fans; suffer as well as the wicked. God's they look like all other men." He seemed The proprietors have so much faIt In '

A.T.FEASTrK,Captain. word "(Is sendeth rain upon the to think the Yankees were a kind of its curative powers, that they offer One IAarrY OF t3aagfsofXrslsieCAPT. : .
says animal; but he has changed his mind Hundred Dollar for any case that It 'Wa A. SHAW,
well the unjustbut the righteousness
- -- just as as ; fails to cure. Send for list of testmonl-
CHURCHES. of the righteous shall save them" since then. als. "FEt.ED'B "
: : :. noB.AFtr:
When and where right now and hereafter From the window where I am now Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo ,

EPISCOPAL CHURCH. The righteous are not spiritually writing, I can look out on the mountainside 0.y7Sold. CAI"T. T. W. LUND, JU.

fervloe the lit and 3rd Sundays In each hurt the disasters that come upon and see the mound of earth and the by druggists, 75c. Are appointed to un from Jacksonville daily except Saturday 830 p.m..and from Su'
11 a. In. and-TO p. m. Humtay school by .
mODtbs.t daily except 8unda.t :00. m.
at t:JU p. in. > n service\ :) at them In this world, for they know they site where stood the old saltpetre house, Attorney-General Olney baa decided
I p. in. on Wednesdays, Litany every SOUTH HOUNI). NORTH e f
Friday at 10 a. m.REV. have no continuing city here, but look which was used In time or war, to make that railway employee have a legal right Read dowD. SCHEDULE. I Read


II. F. HHOWH Rector for one, a mansion prepared M. E. the COATH.skies the terrible powder"Yanks"which on was a trip to to the start"happy those to Employee belong to of brotherhood the LehIgh.Valley railway Leans...,.. :: t: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::..Jacksonville....l'alatka..aimr.......::::::::::::::::::::::::: Leave Arras" sat Lai 111i


Bnrvlce PRESBYTERIAN every SablmthatIIsin.. CHURCH.:"lirlntlan and-imp= .m. La Grange, Jan. 7, '(ft.W hunting We are ground right in"the midst of the mIn. have just been notified of a twenty percent ',., ii a a j E!.jjiijiiiHiii/iH.at. \\fjHiHiiiHj jj ill 11)I)1
Sabbath school at 0 in a in, I bnileavor cut in wage, the third of the year. Alva +\\ /e'
.
meeting at at T lau:in p in .ordiallvtnvlted I I uteetingWednesday HACK-DMU8HT Uaeur.s Conitlpatloa.; eral and cave district of this valley The .
p' alACK .
to attend. luv: 'VS.\lT.\ XALC, jWor.MKTHOinST Gi'ottos-weirs, fountains and caves-are Try -5AUONTUafor0yspepeis
about eight miles from here; the famous General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St., Jackson
factories in M.H.CLVDI A.T. !tl., F. M. Agt
BEAUTIFUL YIltOINIA. Apple canning are now IBOVMOKOEB Ja,Fla.Pass
CHURCH.SonIce Terry Caves are only a short ride from
full blast in all parts of the country 1 Bowling Green,>ew York. gg West Bay St.,JackKUriTHIO. )
at Tltunvllle every trot and third our place; also the Gertrude Cave Is but O Eooin,T. M.. JSO. HOWARD,Fla.Fr't Agt.,
Baliltath at II and h <.........m, aeuomlBatiliath where that industry prevail
a.11I. p. 11I.\ '
at 11 a. m.and 7 p' Mints, fourth A Few Words of PrnNo from a five miles from here. The Gertrude Bowling Green,New York. Foot Hogan Bt,Jackionn
Hahlwlli:: : at It ;. in. and T p."ln., l.a fourth Sahlmth at 3 p' in, ITayer meeting: .every It Is estimated shave Bowling Green, New York foot Hogan Bt,jaclK'O"
1 that at least
Ihumday night at Tllunvllle, at 7.111 u'cl Im k, ago, and Is not yet fully explored. One they
VA. D. D. C. MINK, O F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,Philadelphia.wM. .
W.I.Brataaavea VALLEY
SllKMC.NDOAH week.
the small 1,000,000 men every
by looking through
can see,
ran tor. P. CLYDE II CO.. General Agents,
Jan. 15, 1805.JVi crevices In the limestone, formations (or I The surface street railroad orglmru- 11 So. Delaware A y.,Philadelphia 5 Bowling Green lew 1.

BAPTIST CHIRCH. r,. Graham Walton: stalactites); large rooms, much larger None; In this country have an aggregate

Sunday School every Sunday at IV a. m Dear Sirs-Although I have been a than those already opened up. These membership of about 35,000.

little dilatory In renewing my subscription rooms and winding passages, when open. Savannah Florida & Western Railwj.

CATHOLIC CHURCHService I would not have friends of ed (which will be soon), will, no doubt, The most remarkable cures of scrofula ,
yet my
*at 10 a,m,every Hunday In hall over make the Gertrude equal In size and on record have been accomplished by In Effect January 6, 1805.
Indian River Hut Hank ChllUntn'i cateihlmu the valuable and widely-read ADVOCATE Hood* harsaparllla.\ This medicine is
at I p. m. think-now I have entered Into the state beauty to either the Weir or Fountain unequaled for diseases of the blood. "Vn'cro'oC1ioJ Sho.-t Linc
IUV J. F.UHovLE.Rector.
of matrimony (and state of Virginia at caves We have evidence. of a cave on Take only Hood's.Hood's .

Y. fit C. A. the same time), that I have forgotten our own place. -*; Six Through Fast Express Trains Daily. +
the warm and beautiful state of Florida, There are 37 mineral springs on this Pills are hand made, and per.

Clf The the rebnthar I. M.(Sunday. -. wIU afternoon. he Mi.l prayer every meeting Sunday or lost my Interest In that ever-welcome plantation, and no two alike; and although fect in proportion and appearance. J5c. The Savannah, Florida A Western
Railway U the direct and most populv
afternoon' at 3ap:: m., at the I..b)terlan
church aiitll further notice little pink gem-THK INDIAN RIVER the place covers over 273 acres of
The of the Fall River to and from _
ADVOCATE. No, Indeed; it I II as welcome ground, yet these springs are all withina quarterly report

to both my husband and myself as radius of half-a-mile; and 27 aloneare compared(Mass) mill with\ shows last a great falling off rZuO. :e :r: :c A --

""'.\XITY OP VAMTIHS."' the flowers In May; and, although my within a space of a quarter-mile. year. ,

home and Interests are now in Virginia, The water from four of these springs An electric road will soon be built be- And Is the Only Through Car Line to all Principal Points

have the idea of have been analyzed by a New York chemist tween New York and Philadelphia to
'Vanity of vanities, aaycth the preacher I not yet given up en compete especially for local business. North East
; all U vaulty." Solomon, the wisest, joying the warm and sunny climate of and prove to be of great value, a* and West.Train .

wealthiest, and one of the longest-lived Florida, and its most delicious fruits. they contain lithia, which I I. used for -The ADVOCATE don't cost you three Train for Waycroll, Thomasville N3d
Montgomery New Orleans
men. exclaimed after trying everything Yet, while I am still strong in my kidney liver and stomach; also contain cents taken per by the week, postage Included, when e \' Cincinnati and St. Louis \leave Jacksonville, at 8.20 a., ni

money and worldly wisdom could give praise of your beautiful state and Its Iron, sulphate of magnesia and other year. Trains"i for Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Cincinnati, Chicsj"
that medicinal virtues which to make -When you go to Jacksonville atop the Vest, leave Jacksonville at 8SO: a. m., and 030 p. m.
to man, "vanity of vanities-all U vanity many attractions, I must not forget go upa for
Savannah
at be Carleton hotel. Under its Charleston
presentm Richmond pbUadellhiJew
\T
." Let ua hear the conclusion of the the great beauties of my Virginia home good and valuable bottling water. We uiagement, you will be pleased. e L r leave .JackllonvHle 7SO a. m., U05 a,,m.Washington and 3:20: m,

whole matter: Fear God and keep his and Its surroundings, also, deserve a have every proof of coal and Iron on this For *, eta, call n local agent or address p.

commamlnienti, for this 1* the whole word of praise, and as our worthy edit- place. We have been visited by numerous -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, B w'tlSjnj11 W. M. DAVIDSON' railt..
Vo. one, 15; No. two, $10; No. three, $13 Gen
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duty of man; for God shall bring every ors of the ADVOCATE have an eye for capitalists who>> wish to buy the Tltusville, Fla. C Pass. Traffic Manager Savannah Ga. JacklOnvll1e. rJ

work into Judgment, with every secret the beautiful and picturesque mountain place to open It up a* a summer resort;

thing, whether It be good or whether it : scenery of Ashevllle, N. C., I doubt nota but when we get our price we will sell, A. FROSCHER

be evil. brio sketch of some of the beauties of and tart for Florida-the land of sunshine
Undertaker & Embalmer.TITl'lnu.z.
We hear men say God didn't mean for Virginia will not come amiss and flower We will emigrate to ,
FLORIDA.
ua to do everything he said In the bible. My husband' plantation I* located In that warn and healthful clime, and settle
A full of
Coffins
supply
Cases and
Why did be put it there; for what did the Shenendoah Valley, right among the somewhere on the banks of the Indian Caskets on hand. Funerals attended If

he give commands Do men carry on mountain The Blue Ridge mountain River, and take solid comfort In the lestred. All order promptly executedat

bualness In that way among themselves; are to the east of us (facing the south), enjoyment of the delightful climate and reasonable prices. Order by telegram -

what would be the consequences? Why, with the Shenendoah, River between, delicious fruits, that the Indian River or mail promptly attended to.

failure, of course. while the grand old Masaanulton mountains aboud* in.Should I ; opththa4OF :

Men do not know the will of God concerning are to the west of us, and rtDer the proprietor of the popular

them, simply because they will mountain rise to the south of us. The AD\OCATE feel inclined to emigrate to,I aU881t) .

not go to God's word to learn, and If scenery here Is perfectly grand. We are this part of the globe (the beautiful

they hear they are more than apt to act located In the mineral cave district of Shenenoah Valley) next summer, we will I ALL KINDS AT THE '"ADVOCATE" OFFICE.

as Jonah-run away. But remember, the grand and picturesque Shenendoah assure them a warm and cordial welcomeand BaA85SRL
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God even notes the smallest sparrow; Valley, which became famous duringthe an extension>> of year to their live --

and every hair of our beads number late war between the North>> and the by quaffing the water of these wonder.

Doesn't he see our misdoings f yes, and South. fob spring. 3: :

if he loves ut he will\ follow us for This plantation, a* well a*all the plantation Respectfully ettwea! /

awhile, and try to bring us to biro by *la the vicinity became a prey to HELM M. II. WEAtT. w












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I PRATTLE ABOUT PLAYWRIGHTS. Ii \l'NOTIS1l1\1'i..IIN1:1)! : ; 'i'iCEAXt.DOXt.N'
EVERETT & CO. are bound In silver! frequently tou'cbed FLORIDA WORKS.'i
"La MACHINE
Sorclcre" i Ic the title of
a hew with enamel gfitor..11s......... .
play upon which Sardou U at work.
PIERCE FLORIDA. I
ORT + + I Large cut glass pnnebbowls mounted
I notice[ f nun that
Miss Roabt-l Morrlsni 1I\UI':1I'r| : ; reports
ha.4
receivedthe tn silver have medallions with engraved : : d3 IIMI311UC3LI.: : : :: .
ulcsale and Retail Dealer ID j scenario tif a new roanedy intended ornament in relief. The designs are hypnotism, 01 inoinriNm, li.is, rr\ited<< ,

I for her tae, entitled! "Little Miss MephIsto. pertinent to the office of the bowl They Rain[ and found Its way from the parlor FOUNDERS. MACHINISTS.

[NDIAN RIVER ." are a decided acquisition.-Jewelers' to the court There are many theories' BOX sal UKAMi ... : t'nIIn
I Scdlcy Brown has written a new curtain I Circular. All to the limit of influence hypnotism .
OYSTERS TURTLE & CASTINGS.
raiser called "The Great Mogul" has upon the ..ul>j't. The hypnotiser !i. : -

which QustaveFrohmaa (now playingwith I Keeping Him Away. has no personal" Influence over the! IIut uiLDixn COLUMNS A :E.: ; and GENERAL KEPAIR-
GAME
his western "Jane" company. Dora-I made Mr. Hopper a necktie jest except while In their presence; then SPECIALTY ACCURATELY.\' DONKullcjs :

Owing to the success of Walter Cra- some time ago, and he hasn't called on their Intluenc is almost The
and Dealers Supplied. en'a "An Innocent supreme. hangers and lloxos In stock, Saw Maudlin of all sires furnished) ; Architect
comedy
Abroad since.
me lypnotlaer ran direct the subject to do tural w.karint'; : [ and Stationary Holler\ repaired[ ; Special Attention given to
HOUSE: West Palm Beach, Fla. the "English version of "The Fabrica- Cora-He probably feels that if he. anyone act out of their presence, but Marine Rork.Office .
tot he will remain in London this came he would have to wear it-Clothcr
winter. and Furnisher.A they will not recollect Instructions for and Shops at end of Viaduct Riverside,

rofossional Cards. Jerry nenel], author of "Justice at two distinct acts. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Last," has written a melodrama entitled'Sworn ITarreUA A subject may remain under the In-

.. ROBBI5S. WALTER B. OK.AHAM. to Silence; or, Partner In Character-1.. he good natured uenceof hypnotism when not In the

DINS A: GRAHAM, Crime," which is praised by those who "Good natnredl Why I have known presence of the hypnotiser, but their THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE t
that man to speak kindly to his wife
hue i read it mind Is In vacant or Irresponsible state ,
when she removing" a mustard
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, The arrangement of Browning's "Co- plaster from was his backl"-TUDit And will only recover Its normal conitlon Patented In the United State, Great,Italn and Canada.
J E HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., ombe's Birthday" by Rose Eytinge and [ by degrees, or from sudden shock. ri.i.In i.

and 2 to 4 p. m. B. Ada Fisher presented by Julia Mar- Xo Danger. A party hypnotlred has no recollection Use by some of the Principal Boat Binders In the United States. III

rsviLLE, Brevard Co., Florida. lowo-Taber, proved to be a very successful Miss Parsee' (virtuously) Well], I of what occurs while under Its Influence.ometimes ,

r, -I, 10S.Lractlc.*In all the court*-state and fedkl effort in all respects.David should just like to see a man try to kiN they have an indistinct recollection -

n. Scully' play, "Special De- me goodby at the gate, that's all) of some event, If their atten- TITUSVILI.E FLORIDA. I
f. icllltle for examining and perfect- 1 very," deals with the lifo of letter Miss Sixteen (mischievously) lion Is directed to It.

titlel. Money to Loan? carrier and four of the five acts are laid should L-Somerville" Journal
In Harlem while the other takes place Hypnotism Is simply,[ producing blank

RGE W. MORTON, In the New York postoffloa Independent.Conductor on the mind[ of the subject which renders He Who Asks Timidly -"c"EE

Edward Panlton received a cablegram -How old are you, little them subject to the will of the

NOTARY PUBLIC, announcing the success of the comedy girl? party who produces the effect, but theyare

'' .' Canaveral '. FlorIda. entitled "The Locket; or, A World of Little Girl-If the company doesn't not subject to the will of a second'
a wood ,
Trouble" at Its initial performance at object, I prefer to pay my fare and keep party. 3 __ Courts Denial.

hrevanclng carefully executed. the Grand theater Birmingham, Eng' my own statistics.-Vogua Susceptibility to hypnotism Is governed

mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., by and not by grade
land.Robert A Great Find. temperament Therefore we are most positive In mr IIt"t'mt'lItll.'e want to sell you a
blanks on hand. Billiard has dramatized Rich- of Intellect, as Is generally supposed. A
ard Harding Davis' "Her First Appear.anco" '
person to l>e a successful hypnotiser PIANO ORGAN
under the title "Littlest "
Girl
|XOK S. JONES, iiust have a special adaptation for it, as
and will lie seen as Van Bibber when well as understand the theory. There Not jour neighbor nor your second-rousin, nor anylnnly but just yon We
the play is given at Cleveland as a cur- ask you to buy of u*, Wauso we offer you strictly one-price" trade on the best
ATTOUXEVATLAW.ISVILLE lain raiser. [is nothing supernatural about It, thought Pianos and Organ In the world.

BREVARD co. FLAunty sometimes appears[ : so to spectators. The Celebrated CONOVER.
"The Wandering Jew, a dramatization j.I
of Eugene Sue's novel by Kelson A person who understand the theory The Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.

Judge of Brevard County. Wheatcroft and George Backus!, made ian easily: select the best subjects.Vhlle The Beautiful SCHUBERT.I I

expressly for William Morris, will be hypnotism Instantly relieves\ all lr Tho Popular CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS. 0

'"ULDlIlf. J. T. SA1 rotary. Dagobert in Rochester in February. examine[ our Immense stock.
etc, It Is not a remedy for disc

IULDEX &: SANDERS, eases, except nervous troubles. It I\I VIYri31t l-iAJVJS Nc CO,,

ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, TURF TOPICS. inlets[ all excitement and Rives[ rest to .JACKSON VII.r.K, FI.OHIDA.

praetlre In all the Cimrts of the State Galveston is to have a new trotting the nervous system, which is all It needs
.la.and the United States fount. deal for tho
[
track. I! have practiced It 1grl'IIt

[ lI..x.235.Money to TITU8VILLE Loan. FLA.18 M. F. Dwyer is reported to have lost Great Scott, hero is luck I A living above named complaints[ and never yet NORTH FLORIDA LEADS IN PRODUCING ---J : -'

in week at St Asaph. failed MONT. HAHOFK.
45,000 one
to fit frame!-Truth.
picture Just my
WELL TITUS, Felix Carr the Chicago Jockey rode Jensen, FU.McElree's. i: i: a, THE FINEST NURSERY STOCK

four winners in one day in San Francisco A Hunter.
{
ATTORXEV-AT-LAW. recently. She (tauntingly You never kill any Wine of Carduland For the Whole South, and especially for the Gulf Coast

ice: In State and Federal courts. Lan Such jockeys as Doggett, Sloan Per thing when you go hunting. Country Sow varieties tent promise well[ sad old[ vaukellesthat have proven
| a specialty. Attorney for Board of kins and Marty Bergen invariably use He (indignantly Yes, I do too. I I THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT art success, are Included [in nor lillt, which! give[ you, 1\ ch\III': 10 eIlIH'I'lm'nt fur YOllr.111M +
Commissioners,and County Solicitor. the pneumatic saddle. killed Jones' best dog the last time I for tale by the following merchant laTltiiRville or only 1.lant tecteul vRrll.tll'lI. 'uVe Lead, soul .IT'r the largest list a..1
must h'l'I Ion ever ofT'rl't Iy any uses Nursery of 1''nl'hNt, Japan 1'11101",
tux N. T1TUSVILLE, FLA. Exclusive of the trotting turf and the, went-Detroit Free Press. [ : O. L. Alexander. Japan Persimmons, Grapes, t'IJI, M 1I1I'rrh'A fears. Apricote.

county fairs $4,000,000 was given to J. 11. :Screven. 'rum'II, Pecans. 'aln'1lll.' Chestnuts Almonuls. Hardy OrllDJl'lI AI Lemons. 01'11I\- I
FREEMAN HALL, horsemen in stakes and purses in the Explalned.TeacherNow mental trot's vines[ shrubs, t'tc.. std last bat not least, Buses. of which we have
United States during 1894. Charlie, tell us what over Vi; varieties, all out-I'H.r grown, soul must kll"l" Craftt',1: and budded Our
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, you know about ('r sus? -Walton'I Rapid: Calking Machlru., new Catalogue describlng, In detail every klll,1 alll variety of fruits[ allli rusts 11I1t-
Canadian turfmen are jubilant over Charlie-Dnden wear 'em in their .W.OO\ $10.00 and !15.00 each In use able fur Soutlo'l'n 1I.lntlllg. II now ready alll w ill bo lIIal1..d fr'o..n applleation.1Tholeaale .
VILLE, FLORIDA, the racing situation in New York as!I Harlem I.Jfe. by many of the principal lumt-builders and 1I..n. IIOI.KNAI.K: NI'IIsEIIIEs: .

oncy for Fire and Accident Insur- they consider that it will greatly benefit pants.- [In the North. /See pamphlet and testl M"'CL'NNU.k": (..... "I.UIUU" tV. U. ifIPYINI "r"I"

in the best and strongest comtYYE the sport north of the St. Lawrence A Brighter Bun Appeared. monlal[ -

First Light at 100 to 1 at St. Asaph The Rev. Dr. Benjamin Watson a I

attracted the attention of a Washington I venerable Episcopal clergyman of Philadelphia Assiguco's, Notice.To Facts Worth Notice Drugs,

BAY DADE COUNTV, photographer and he placed $20 on him. tells the following anecdote
W. EWAX Photos should be cheap while that f 2,. of the late Dr. Stephen H. Tyng, the eider Patent Medicines
,
U. S. COMMISSIONER. 000 lasts. once rector of Holy Trinity, Philadelphia all and singular the creditors of the

I Votary Public State at Large. J. B. Haggin, having lost Maxim 1,I and afterward rector of St.George's firm Florida of r.-ue: A Doyle, of Tltusville[ A Hint to the Wise Is Sufficient Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles

ode[ Selected; Conveyances made trying to purchase another Ion of Mss' in New York city": "Before are hereby nntlflml that the almve-
i spondence solicited[ Address: ket in the antipodes. It is Cuirassier Dr. Tyng came to this city, says Dr. YOU n flrni has made an assignment: of all Kept constantly on hand at
: View[ Hotel Musket out of Frailty, Watson "he was rector of a church at of its real. and' |1..1 '.etrretf (except. | DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO REPAIRING
pUy Cocoanut Grove b. h., 1885 by sueb.. I. exec Office Ewan's Landing. and full brother to Trenton. Georgetown now a part. of Washington nnilerslKii"' and siirh nf yon r"III"n: withIn J. ]3. Scroven'sDltUO
city. It was in the early days of the the State of Florida are reiiilnt| / sixty
"The education of the horse," say lays to tie with in* sworn .,,,wlllent. i>f you Thirty yearll'lra.tical cipcilenee[ iiial-|
in Curb Snaffle and century, when that great statesman resiwctlverlulnis against the firm of Car At lIIuII the assertion that your watches, I HTOKK.
E. L. Anderson ,
.
f.OKGE: W. ALLEN, and orator, Henry Clay was in the heyday Doyle,and sm h of)ou as live without the State clocks and jewelry will lx promptly and I
Spur "cannot be begun too early. are required to ale such statements within four Also the latest I'erlodl-[
of his glory. One Sunday eveningDr. "lth"- skillfully ren.tireilunderitlgned.' at llvlnn) pileushy the Newspapers,
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, There is 110 reason why a yoarlini Tyng ascended his pulpit and proceeded WM. )T. I1UOWN. : owls: etc.

should not be as thoroughly discipliuetas to deliver a moot eloquent ser Jana l-febl Assignee.In Registered thousands of repaired

I West, Florida. an old school horse, and tho early mon. His hearers and he realized simultaneously watches since A. I>. lieU, and we Hllll W H GLEASON & CO
training will last during the life of tb register prominent patrons names, ,
that his words were unusually Circuit Court, Jlretnnl County : :many:
fll, practice In the United States animaL which date back M years These are
In the midst of an impassioned ATTOKNKYH IANfCAHI
Mate Courts. Ojun05H ; eloquent 1 )()r"ln. living[ testimonial[ of mutual satisfaction
THE FASHION PLATE. exhortation the church door us to skill. "Mraws show which i
opened and a belated Christian walked way the wind[ blow." Ilcst reference TITLES TO bl'ANIhll OKA NTS EXAMINEI .
al.
Wlllmr,
M. et. ,
Mary )
[ B. L. WILLS, "Brownie" toques are the rage fo down tbe aisle and took a seat. It was VH. I J In Chancery. nrnUlied.[ ) AND I'KRFKCTED.:
the children. Henry Clay. Dr. Tyng recognized him. 1)I Franklin Anderson, ..I. al. ) W. C. C. I1RANNIXO

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON This season the choice between th Suddenly unaccountably the preach AFFIDAVIT: having hen made Iwfora me Tltusville, Fla. A1ISTRACTS FURNIMIKI AND RE-
I lllel of aslant, II. Franklin
of his
cape and the coat is merely a matter 01 f er became filled with a sense own Amlersnn Joan Anilrrson and VSllllai SURVEYS OIITAINKI

[ VILLE, FLORIDA. taste, each being equally fashionable. insignificance as an orator in the presence I Seymour ilefenilanU In the aloes entitled suit Printing[ of all kinds done. at the
of this He broke are each over the age of 21 years and nwlile without Defective Homestead' rre-Emtitlon:
eloquent man. ll'O.
,
nl'll::Hutchinson Avenue, near Some of the coat fronts of tho new, through the mate of Florida' towlt: lu the city of ADVOCATE O Entries Con'ectod and I'erfuctc'd.
down and floundered miserably
,
[ndian River hotel. Alix redingote have fur edged basque a I the remainder of his sermon, which he Chicago Now, therefore Illinois etc.you D. Franklin Anilrrson Clams a that open on a vest of the skirt material Joan Aiulenon auif W Iill .", H r hour are eiu I h; at WashliiKton.
brought to speedy close. required t toapfwar to the lull of coiii.lalnt| hereIn Correspondence lolld ted.
Lace and embroidered chiffon ar at the clerk'i oltlite of this conn In TiUsvlll.
!ASPINWALL, prodigally used for decorating the bodices For Kindness to Her Friend When III. e'Iorldaubontheturns| Momlav In Morel. A II iiTPoor EAU GALLIE. FLA.
leer, and to answer saul bull In due ,ronrh; :
of evening toilets of every descrip "Remember my friend, Miss Olive ntherwlnethesamewill I he taken as nin>e s il : i
tion. of the last remarks It U further, directed that this order I* |iul>-
was one
h Kempton Untied. with as little delay. a. may lie. In the
VI ESTATE A: INSURANCE. The rose and reseda shades, used separately made by Miss Currie of Somerville before bill" KIVKH ADVOCATE unite each week fur John B. Stetson University
lost she died. Her father did remem fuur oonsiM-utlve weeks. ,
in combination have t r
or .
Done at the clerk's ottlce at Tltunvllle,Florida
VLLIE, FLORIDA. none of their popularity. On the contrary ber. Miss Kempton is the 19-year-old this Uth day of Janua.. .All 11111II. : lJe I.aflli. Florida.ror .
they appear to gain In favor con daughter of Mr. Kempton a motormanin A. STEWART
the employ of the West End road. Roliblns A (Iraliam ('orkmoult Court.
tinnally.Liserne. intimate friend for(.omiil't." S al'Ircuit : bAra.'h.:; ; .CulliiKe: anti l Normal: : Sth'olAc.tieu.y .l.fMusto. ,
I I. KENXAKD, ARCIIITECT, the new rainproof silk sea I Miss Kempton was an Janli-fe..I.. I I oun. I fixiservatorv
of girl named Currie of Somer- Health : An Institution of Unit rank rarultyoftwenty
that closely imitates sealskin in its appearance a young tewbers. eluirant Imllillnes,
"KLAXDO: FLORIDA. Is valuable and elegant addition Tille, and during Miss Curries illness heated liy sUtain, J1"iI: liy elw'trlclty.:: lint
a attentive and kind. The invalid In Circuit Court IJronn Count awl roll water l.stln. Thorouiclily eiiul|>|ieilrvninanliinu
t>-pondence Invited from those de- to the fabrics for winter cape I was very '' '
attached to her and Florida. much than' lli ,fur: young n"'f.IIrltUr:1
[-' irtistlo work combined with tirstfessional coats.Accordion. became much ), ) means so more with M Hilary
and
., "nl" .... Keaillnic with all .leaAlnKiMrlodlrals
her father
before her death she requested JUH "' nxnii.
n". > [ service. plaited skirts In silk, liberty 1 you imagine-serious and and dally ami weekly. i,a|>..rs.TlHiroiiichly .
'1. ',i, years experience (six In Flor- to remember Miss Kempton with some Langley KItching, et. al.. ) equlppeil. rhmnlcal anti pliyslrallalMiraturles
'fet of reference to local and satin, chiffon' and net are still very r of her.possessions. Shortly after herdaughter' \H. I In ('ban..ry.IJ. fatal diseases result from Separate| l.ull'llnit fur Muslo anU
:h fashionable. Some of these show two o r Franklin Anderson et. al. ) Art miMMils, with artiste of establish reputation
Ii clients. spl28oet28A'tIEPELY death Mrs. Currie died and trifling ailments neglected. In charmHoniml term oleos DetwnderfT.IstN
three rows of rather wide moire ribbo having teen matte l.y an at lufor-
last week Mr. Currie passed away. Miss AFFIDAVIT: Shod for eatalofua giving full
bor the complainants that In bii lac Don't with Nature's
and out the meshes as a play m.Unn.to
carried in
l Kempton was summoned to be presentat lief **"ch of the liufDUilaiita b"r..I1"-r Jolly F, roitllES Ireelilent.W.L. .
der. the reading of Mr. Cnrrie's will and that named they are reside over within twejityHie. the: vean rolled of BtaUie a'e, ud but greatest gift-health.

-STATE LIFE AND Some smart looking tailor mad I learned that to her bad been bequeathed without the HUM of >.."10110. etc If yea sae felleR
FIRE of dark military r It Is, therefore,ordered that you, I). FranXIIAnil
walking coats formed which she is to come into fullpossession oat of sort wait
I'I'' DENT IXSURANCE. $30,000 nrdo ', sad Inetall, eebroad DOUGLAS
blue cloth are trimmed with a singl of when she is SI years of appear t ilerk' .
,
Public for the State at Large of flat gold braid and fastened wit Boston JournaL orJIr' *of this I etonlnTilusvllleYk.rlda i \:: on the Brown's bsv. aa aitvom appetite S3 SHOE laTHIt a.aT.
nation a*to Government and State row and bin age.- Hrs Mondav In March, A II Mo. and make answer sad caat work, FIT yea KINO..
handsome buttons of gold to and bill In due eourM thereafter; otherrwine b fl. ateiceuk.lnthessoeflla'. 19. CORDOVAN;
MELBOURNE, FLA. enameL-New York Pout Abeard Te*> Function. the same will lie taken as eonf...... r.&ItICI"IItu.&D. cAV.4Jt9 .
It Is further nrilereil that this notice l. put
ble tnrsglbnlsg
The time has now come the Maddest lUhed with a* little delay as may be, on..u.11 I Iron nedlclee.wklch leGrew. ; fiN[CAIJ llCANGAJ1at\
NOVELTIES.Belt of the year-when the big canopies are week for four sunceeslve week.. In the !>.>l*. .'. (Iroei titter .3.VPOUCE.330LC3.
and Kivrn AovocAtc, puhllsbwlat Tltusville. tla. .. A few hot.
dress brought down over the sidewalks lone and ordered at the clerk's. once at Titus- '
for the back of the care braent [ {
I pins themselves substantial I society passes in to drink tea with the vll'e, FU.' this lUll day of Janus A D llIIICi ''* fro*> ike t ',' ., f I ;.
a
for
01 i have made debutante of the season. A. A. STEWART Bitters,' tnt,hiw due-tt '2.fl.7.1 80Y3SIiIOaSHOEiLAD (

place. Not until this dreary ceremonial has Robblua & Graham Clerk Circuit CourtJU1&f. aid r.o:: 1103.

iCAVEATS.TRADE MARKS : The czarina lids goes on conquerin g] been observed can the young lady have .Hoi*. for Coinprt. I Heal Court Circuit I pleaaaat to take. t3..2P"a.tL'-'ON o
I and to The wreath and Italia card r.+1.'L
conquer. her name printed on her mamma's [stfcA0 .
COPYRIGHTS. I forms, with their foliations, prevail and be considered really "out"This It Cures gy, be0UG1aeocevtwuwa .o
[9ITIORTA itA rATE5Tt Tars Have seen it f Seen w what Why ..
you ._d .
I tower and an leases ,write lo Umbrella bandies are sword hilt shap "tea at 4 o'clock" business it
M f 4. C<(< .,wba have bad aearljr opinion Its,rean* I'' and slightly concave the Walton Rapid[ Calking Machine If Dyspepsfs Kidney 4 Uver Over OM MllltM ....,..wear the

.1, +I laibepdent,..fldenual.buuiMM.A lla.4 Oommunlo....W ul J.*.... I -that and is to overlaid say, flat with silver orna purely other American.No nation. Indulge in such dissipation you own one a on sail band.or row It boat Is, a don't great fall labor tohave Neuralgia Troubles, W. L. DOUglas $3 & $4 Shoes ,

iwNrcoeur.au,5lo:: tire.ikSndw.how..bm.oh.. I meD tI. to announce the introduction saver, and Is patented la the United Corutlpatlon, Bad Wood All our shoes are equally satisfactory

.'" a'A1taw' tthhroua Muse A Co. rests,. Silver process work prevails everything of its daughters.New States Great Britain, Canada, etc. A Malaria, Nervous ailment TII.They,wart.lve the c.stee beet. (.IM h elei for style the eMa sad.fl."..
w M.w.bt b.rld Nd.alae lf beKm Anerlc.Ue puDle.ua.we.'W. ., ud. to which it i* possible to apply York i* not at all fond of the few of the state right will be sold at a Women'i compUlnU. Their weetrlac qualities are um-mrpt+i. *
:. .hremter TW.piedu white, it is noticed. U I custom, but nobody ha been clever reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton al1 l the f eeela.-H ka*ereeeed v.d The s 4cee are Maltorai, - : .
t.: Silver on ; ake
MoMU,dle.trHd.ha.b' the It liar: All otker eek. "i t IJ MY' ate
;e..e.,'j.U-= of afsa.eaee: .hurt :a the more aitUtio In effect than on colors. enough to Invent an alternative. So the Tltusville, Fla. MHatee.oe> Ike Os wf r.a1 appcf.U< of tw.*.. ......,.. we I U'WI__CUIWI'lIppl],JW w.caa. ab/.
...... eomthlWua s.apN.'Wne.Mtir.a, 1I..1e unusual 01 f tune amount of mODqUtpeD' on cards will seed Nt ol J.. Be.iitll. We.W.
,.a: 1.. ....16. I:rerySU;..ye.r...... ...... There have been pass week. each year, and the same crust U seen In ALL kind of fish, name, steak chop Fair View and book-lree. CEO. B. RUMPH ,
.\::tIi: yiol0ei' h.sm.6dnn.b.:: ww leather good during the f ashiopabledrawingroama "*" sb etc., served by Monroe, at I. *l.y t: MOWN CMlkUOU, co. BALTIMOMI.. !,o._
.4 r ct,cod..eer.suuottr Atidrw /Soft Tiny tone* preyaiL These goodi I Reoaker'a. "' -. Titusvllle, w FlorldINDIAN a.
), Saw Yeaa. 301 aawLCAT.





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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 18, 1695.f .
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President W, D. DAR1UTT: V1ce.
INDIAN< RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- where the skies are sunny and the to the constitution or'the ctate. nished the But sole the topic for of this"unusual"suggestion dis JAME PIUTCHAKD, IiROWA; Prealeah:

air warm; where mother earth Of course, everybody knows that course.of the Egyptian plagues race has been cut off,

miles when tickled by the hoe of according to the constitution only and evwi the plght-prowllng roach wa RIVER STATE
a waste JOCRAt BIIVOTIB TO TUB DITELKJTT the husbandman, and where neigh. property 'used' for municipal, rellg stiffened In death. Though, the effect INDIAN BAN N
OF TH V ITftMAX MVH AMD
till WOKTI scalene bore L can be found whose hearts are ious, educational and charitable of the eold are, and will be for months,

big enough to sympathize with purposes is exempt; and yet, when are still awtumlng present, the their neighborhood's normal condition.affairs (Inclrporatellllndn the Laws of the State of Florida.)

heir freezing brethren some 1,500or the South Florida railroad was fields
Work Is resumed In the pineapple Authorized capital. $100-i(
2,000 miles built into an ordinance was for the disposition of the
Hitor. WALT_ fl. OBAHAM.AMocUt away. Tampa, arrangements Paid up capital !
*-Editor* M taager,C**", H.WlLTO* Yes, that train of corn-the of- passed on June 7th, 1883, exempt- coming crop being made, and In Improvi all dl- $25
fering of a favored people-w II ing said road t from taxation for merit of every nature are seen and M Average deposits $300;
rections, while }(ell/lrll. Goundy
Wuldngton prove an object lesson, telling ol Spouse pursue their delectable occupa .
Office: Avenue, Titusville" fertile fields, of warm hearts and ever.The Tampa Waterworks com tion In and out of season. Buildings, Transacts a General Ba

IndUn River, Florida. sunny skies, and the people of pan, by a similar' ordinance, is both resident and business, are contii- ,.
Nebraska will long to come to the practically exempt. It furnishes sally being added, and the gay and giddydevotees 1 Business
of the festive terpslchore out. ,
PUBLIMIfcD FVKKY F Jut,4 y, south and live, far away from the the city hall, market, jail and two rival Rome's historical fiddler. The nu

horrors of freezing and starvation, drinking fountains with water, mCl'oulIBhlpl'lnll on the water front aug| f Largest and Odest! Bank on M!t
= and they will come as fast as their worth about $100 per annum, and gent a busy port of entry. with the craffiom

Check etc.,mI111f1 payable tn "Orabam I circumstances will permit. sates a tax bill of over $",000 per the open countenanced fishing; .' bIRECTORaJAaFRITCRARDW.R
A Walton," 'puMhOMTS and (prnpefdors. smack to the piratical nondescript with
,
year, its property being worth "ways that are dark and tricks that are BAH: 1'" ,
.. ... of the National Bankerjace
_- ".. ri pi I. hotel "
1250,000. The Tampa Hay vain. IM' .
RKFK ("I'e-J'reoldent "
Twelve months, $1.110 I REV. JAMES BOLTON, "i '- Jacksonville), W 8. ORAII I
! fits .. 1.00 which, with its furnishings! coot a Jensen's committee, Inspired by tile i 1IHOWKRfalxmnl ,
1
Three -/10 million dollars, under an ordinance spirit of the times, keeps abreast-If not r C"ORREJIIPONnF.'C '
Single' cnyyBtrirtly, ,II I! Who formerly had a charge on posted when the hotel was proposed a little In advance-of the Inspiration ': "FC National Hank .1 ,
Indian River and is Vatlunal Bank of Jacknucttn
kindly re- ItwJf. which
By an evolutionary process
In advance.The in 1888, $:WO
membered by many friends in this pays per yeain rweutd confound Darwin. and his "eur. 1'Pl'IYNVILLE, hL.A.
alwve rats lnelnAe the T'8ym..nt ft post- section' is taxes. Hut for this generous viva] of the fittest" theory, the said com . .
making quite
a -- -- -
reputa -- --
--
kite by IK. anburrtptieaa. cn ouMJnence anytime ordinance Mr. Plant's tax bill on L mittce resolved Itself Into one of ways]
during 1 the roar.iH.enntlnnaeta I lion for being exceedingly\ plain- his hotel would he $5,000, at least and means and proved the near relationship .

t.aally .t Ibln"lire nf or srtvt by anting.MEMnras. [nnuthetnade. ....r-I I the spoken.proceedings In the Citizen's of the report Florida of It seems the city of Tampa, un Invention.existing The: between result necessity was mime and THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CAR!


OF I Conference church of south the Methodist which\ Epiecopal in der is losing these$17,000 exemption per year ordinances, and the, OilS pasteboard bits of on liregularly-shaped which: waslcl'atchcd brown Made (for Sandy Soil,, Having 3 inch Tread. '

THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, met people who are bearing the burdenof lead pencil "lfard Times I'arty, AlFresco
Jacksonville a few days ago, the Hotel, June 10th. Wear old
Arni.iAint WITH Tire: i taxation are indignant and have
following extract in to clothes." These cards will entitle the
regard our
National toll torml ,1\Jf'i/tiln.l to the constitutionality
old friend begun a case test holders to entrance on the occasion I In
appears : of the ordinances referredto question, and will prevent the Indisciln-
Address all communication to the l'rolrle-| "The Itev. James liolton, In his report in the courts. ate gathering of regular tramps In the
stated that hili people (Carrabellc) of the AI Frescooone wibo 111 ,
..... parlors
will in i
They our opinion, succeed
were 1 lazy and could not do much. admitted unless a latch onome other .r
GRAHAM. WALTON, "'They1lave not any religion then,' for nothing can be exempt evidence of "hard times" can be exhil
said the bishop. except what is specified in the con Ited. Male crackers and cheese, with
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, '
1 hat's 110, bishop, paid Mr. Itolton stitution. A municipal ordinance, plenty of sun-tempered water, will be
'They will work one day, and If they
TmnviLti, rxoniPA.WE ; administered refreshments. Necktie:
earn $$ that work until or even' a state law cannot be para
.Ir._.__ means no more and other ornamental superfluities will
the dg mount to the constitution. The
money gone. be and the presence of sock
must neglect no opportunity We fear if the Rev Mr. ii. should people in other cities in the state rrescrlbcd cause for the expulsion of

for promoting immigration. We be returned to Carrahelle he will will want to follow the example of the luxurious wearer
FOR SALE BY -
need thousand of settlers to develop find a chilly atmosphere prevailing Tampa, and if they do so, will undoubtedly

the large bodies of unim among his congregation ; we therefore succeed. But, after all, Fine Watch, Clock & Jewelry EDW.L .rw SPICING: : : ,

proved lands lying contiguous to trust he may be sent to Indian it seems rather mean, or at least Repairing at Anthony Bros., Titus Tho Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer
railroad. River. lie has always retained his unfair, to attempt to set aside an
and
the river A
county ville. Satisfaction guaranteed. 24tf COCOA, Indian: : n.f.'Ver, FLOEt.XD:
board of immigration is needed to love for this section, and we are ordinance made in good faith after

push this matter. Our real estate certain he never had occasion to an electric light company, ice factory

men may be ever PO energetic in call this,people lazy, though pos street railway, or immense Rooms to Kent. Lumber and House Building Materials .*..

their efforts In this line -on-d the sibly an occasional member of his hotel bee been constructed, to the Apply at Rice House, corner of Main ,

I- county papers may write about the flock may have been afllicted with great benefit of a town, after the and n.pklnlllltreetll, Titusville. 21*;5

subject until it becomes tiresome, "that tired feeling." owners of the enterprise have Invested M Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lime, Cement Nails! LBuilders' L

and little results .obtain, if our their money in what frequently A Beautiful Line
Hardware
people do not take Active tintterest proves non-paying enterprises ,
GOOD Of sterling novelties at Anthony Bros,
in the subject. Organization is ROADSFIGURES.The on condition that their plantbe Titusville, Fla. Mtf
what is needed. exempted from taxation for a Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Special:

Idea tOt building a good shell term of years or forever. School Teacher Wanted. G. F. PADDISON, -
road frojn.one end of the county to We trust none of the people of
THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION. TITUSVILLE, FLA., and EAU GALLIZ.:
the other, is becoming very popu- Titusville will be so small as to become Wanted Immediately an experiencedmale

lar. It. believed that the work infatuated with the Tampa teacher for four months school, at

The St. Augustine board ol could be dome for 100000. It (is idea. We have one or two of these $40 per month. Students mostly over

trade, at Its monthly meeting, believed the county could borrow exemption ordinances, for a term 15 years of age. Address

which was held a few days ago, appointed this sum on bonds at 7 per cent of years. They were made in good B. KITCHISO, Totsdam, Fla.

a committee to help the The interest !would be $7,000 per faith-the bargains were fairly

cause of immigration by promot. year, or less,than $1 per head for made-and we should not seek to Furniture

ing a movement In this state task 0 our population. Certainly a good brush them aside because their
m it tit Mn..r .
the coming legislature for an road, over a hundred miles long, constitutionality can be assailed. Was never so cheap as now. I am

appropriation of $iO,000 for roak. would be worth $1 per annum to over-stocked In consequence of the diiastrous 4aW a ,tT t tnurt
freeze the demand
ing a exhibit at the International in curtailing ,
proper everybody the county. Thinkof
Jensen. and will sell at disastrous, hard-time ,
and Cotton States >> the increased forgetting w ytnr lei. 1I
exposition opportunities vices. Carpets, mattings, rugs, etc., a a; -
to be held at Atlanta next to church, to school and to included. See my 35x70 reversible rug 1 t ,''bh tl / w e I e
winter.In social gatherings. It would stimulate Rev. B. F. Drown and Bishop Gray for only L25. (Plkl -
It would be wise have an appointment for divine service Oro. B. RUMPII.
our opinion, horseback.and carriage rid s
the evening of the 30th inst. While r1- "ca ,Fa
t rN t ,
for the county commissioners of ing, and the use of bicycles, de here they will decide upon the possibility s w lt
ltrevard* and Dade counties to takesome velop our wild lands and cause of organizing and building a church. A Sloop ror Sale.

action in this connection. great enhancement in real estate lot will be donated and the cooperationof
:- We need those Interested In thU and immediately For sale, sloop Irene, 40ftxl5fl;
immigration to develop values. Aside from these
arguments adjacent communities, Is luvitod. tonnage, 1827-100; in fir t.clalls condi-
.our vast bodies of unimproved it would disburse, mainly tion. New sails; head-room In cabin.
lands. The Atlanta exposition for labor, 100,000 during a The Al Fresco hotel has been put in Best party or trails boat of her size on
year
the best of condition for the reception of the river. Price, 940000. Apply to
will thousands of when
bring it is
people most needed and furnish
the winter visitor. A new coat of paint E. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or Cap.Peter .
from the north and west as far imployment to many worthy peo hi making It even more attractive. The :Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where she
south as Georgia, an adjoining ple who have lost their crops. t'aillle brothers pride themselves on may be seen *tf .

state, and our railroads will no This great public work, by put. their feature ability ball to had]lease more their to do guests.with the:Xo .L....... 1.Y..s- /

doubt arrange excursions from ting a large sum of in circulation of the Dissolution TIlE
money rapid growth place than this of Partnership. CORDOVA, ST. AUGUSTINE.
Atlanta to Florida at a very low during the coming sum- hotel, which accommodates alike the Accommodation for 400. Rates $3
rate: while the exposition is. in I Iprogre.sa. met and fall, would offset the bad wealthy tourist and the traveling business :Notice is hereby given that the firm of C. : per day and upwards; per week l'tCjL!

effect of the recent freeze, and man. of Blount t Anthony,dealers In wagons, B. KSOTT: Manager.

One tiling, however, should be hasten the return of good times. The fishing Industry has attained to etc.Fla.,, and has been repairing dissolved business by mutual, Titusville,
consent -
distinctly understood in advance, The ADVOCATE and the others considerable proportions, and now fur 224

if an appropriation is made it county papers cannot do this thing nishes number profitable of men. employment The ublijuetous to a manager large "

management and distribution must alone the people must move- of this business leaves his latchstring My Stock of Shoes t The VIOND5"Between
be placed In charge of a board ol they must organize. hinging low, and it ever ready to i
business men of unquestioned is discourse learnedly and pleasantly on''
reputation Delay dangerous. Special leg the Is first-class now. I have Rumph's
merits of his stock In trade embracing
,
and ability, who will handle islation is needed to issue bonds the rustic cat-Hull of humble origin-, 2.00 and 2.50 shoes made to order,

the money la a manner to do the for road purposes. A special act with sluggish; movements and no style; I and every pair warranted. I guarantee tho Groat Ocean Beach and tho Bl'03'

most good. If any professional 1 must ,be passed at the coming leg the toothsome pompano, and all fish be less goods, I and will refund prices your If you money.can buy for Tropical Salt Lagoon, tho Halifax
tween these I
Junketers are to have a finger in islature, and intention to apply for antipodes.Mr.

the pie, we are opposed to an appropriation special legislation must be advertised ling, the Inspector formerly stationed Ut.0. B. Unll'lI. OPEN December 15th to April 25th. $$5.00 PER D Dl1gtT !:

for the money wouldLe for sixty clays before the bill at St. Lucie, has been removed to

thrown away. can be acted upon. There is, therefore office this point, connected, to attend with to the the traffic duties through of his For Kxchange. SPJSriAL RATES Per U eH in January and if'*

no time to lose if we want to Santa Lucia Inlet. It U gratifying to :No place In the South offers such attractions for a Winter Home Oral
as
THAT TRAIN LOAD OF CORN get a bill through the next legislature those Interested In the growtU of this We have a desirable place In Northeast Cottage LoU at all price
Georgia, well watered
which meets in section to learn of the favorable reportof containing
April.
Major Hanbury, Incident to his valuable hardwoods, which we will exchange ANDERSON
Which the people of Georgia Organization must be started at liminary Inspection of the above Inlet.pre for orange grove or pineapple & PRICE, Managers, Hotel Oimond,
have sent to the of once. We call upon the mayors of This will mean the appropriation by congress lands. Write us.ANTHOSV Ormond, Volusla County, Southern F-'"
people Western
Nebraska who Titusvillc, Eau Gallic and Melbourne of a sufficient amount to make the BROS., Titusville, Fla. Do :Not MUg the Hammock Drive at Ormond.
are suffering from which will doubtless
the survey, result,
incorporated towns of
cold and hunger, i..e an offering the eventually, In the government finishing .
from the county, as the most proper persons what nature has well
good people of one section to form themselves into so begun. TITUSVILLK WKATHKH It C-
of a united country to thoseof committee a The board of directors of the L It. A POUT.
another part in the name of to arouse the people, L. W. P. G. Association met In special
humanity and it is even more than promote the undertaking; and to session last Thursday, with the general The following is a comparative statement
urge it before the county commissioners gent, Mr. E. 1*. 1'orcher. The featureof of temperature and rainfall for the
this-aside. from the happy consciousness at their next aieeting. We the meeting was the adoption of a week ending Wednesday, Jan. 16th, '851894. :
which come from doinga trust vtill system In detail for the conduct of the .- -180W HOTEL
they the duties
good accept business. This, with the constitutionand --
act our Georgia neighbors DATE MAX. XIV. MAX.
for which MIX
will find that the "bread they we hare taken the liberty by-law of the association, will be 10 74 57 68 W
to nominate them and printed In form of circular and
have cast the waters" will that sent to 11 .80 5(1 61 41
upon return
they will work the members and circulated among the 13
to 63 5J
go actively at 68 43
four fold, and its coming will once. growers generally. that all may be ad. 13 CD 44 M At
not be long deferred. The .trainload vised of the method adopted, and be af- 14 70 4(1 50 40
of corn from the sunny south I forded an opportunity to join an organi 15 7J 64 70 45 Royal Poinciana

to the shivering people of JUb- EXEMPTION FROM TAXATION. sation proportion which to Its will patronage.prove successful The exec-In 1*> 78 54 80 51)

raska will prove, incidentally, sue itive department of the association realize Total rainfall for the week: 0.50 Inches.
of the best advertisements the exigences of the Departures from normal rainfall for the
her moment, and
we They are having a row over at week : minus 0,14 inches
ever had ; it will tell the hungry Tampa in the matter of city assmenti. with leaded the and able assistance of the clear- from normal rainfall since January Departure lit- NOW OPEN.ACCOMMODATION
energetic general agent, will ;
and discouraged wheat of *. It minus 0.84
growers teems the roetrop- compell success, If the growers will use Inches.J. .
a land where the blizzard is tempered stile of the west coast, notwith. the same Intelligence that men of other E. L.uonTTE,

; where freezing is a rarity ; stealing its harbor, railroad term. associations usa in the successful con e i Observer. : One Thou nml. --
where the farmer has duct of their business-combining, when
enough and inu., palatial hotel and large Rates
population combination means and ls : $4 per day and orr '
V strength, necessary upwards NOW
spare. They will think of our Ji in a bad way financially. to gain an end.

sunny state, bordering on the An effort it being made to contest The LAGER BEER Palm Leach Florid
Gulf and the ;year of our Lord 1804, with Its ,
warm ocean currentsas the; of the
legality assessment of
losing
disastrous events Is a thing of IltiBV Vf. )XIBBJLL
they have never done before. taxei, on the ground that nearly a the past The Indian River Is again Manager.

They will say to themselves, "why million dollars worth qf property kissed" by breezes and lulled by sunshine Recipe to Make it 25c.
May and freeze when as in the palmy days of ,
a land exists la exempt from taxation contrary I yore,
whq the omnl-prekvut wosijuito luro' I. a .
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JANUARY 18, 189$. '



Coronado Beach. gotten to know Old Neptune's antics and Amelia K. Valentine St. Paul, Minn.; eta and Florida, lie says: I 1
plunges! about like a little sea nymph, Mrs. A. F. Phelps, Sidney, X. Y.; Mrs. The Mexican orange Is full of color
and feels quIte at home in the water like Wheeler and Mrs Hears, Rochester, X. and H.ivor, but not so Juicy and sweet as COCOA ICE WORKS
tailing over tome Item from Juno to- the other bathers. She thinks It the Y., ale among the reccntly-artlvrd JamnlciK which In their turn appear
a lady present asked whele Juno beat fun In the world. guests. colorless,

i "Don't 'Ju' know ?" wa the The California Navel are superb. In Oooo/x F1.or1.da.NO"VV .
v-the pet name of the lady their form color end resistance, but of ,
Potsdam.People
I party came over from DeLand on St. Lucie River. little value as regards,: flavor; and taste IKT: opmrt.ATXON.G. ; IJ

IT and took possession of one of the are oranges Among are the excellent Florida's,In the Indian respect River, G : lJ.ll." <: 1 ll. IJr
the beach. They recovering from their late every r
anr
ogee on nay Mrs Walter Kltching left her depression caused by the freere.Mr form sweetness anti keeping
crowd will be over next week.
Thursday night's train, on afrwd.is'visit ;
qualities, making It the best of F1orhl1l'fOtluetion. ; Manufacturer -
Hammond the typewriter manufacturer at Jupiter. '
at the hotel
he 111 to vegetable be quite an garden attraction to lfanaSharp. I beautiful, of yacht.Xew York, is here with \his Mr. Howard, of Sebastian held Divine ICE & DISTTT-LJ'in ,\r A e]

Early In the day he Is there, I service at rotsd.un List: Suuda)' to a fair TIII: COLi) AVAVi:.

king and superintending matters I Mrs. W. Kltrhlng spent a few days at congregation. ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
would scarcely recognize Jupiter with her husband the Merchant
patrons on Divine service at Wavel.tnd Feb. 2 The cold! which t
on wave was predictedby
place In the rear of the hotel-soy I last week :Refrigerators, Ice Chests Fieci-crs and Water C'olll.... .
have been at 7 p. m; alllo on the 3rd at 7 p. m., sun the Weather Bureau on Sunday last, "
madee
Improvements. : The Indians are seen here very often time. Rev Mr. Filpp will oflidito.; filled to materialize on Indian River, although .

: last summer.i In their picturesque attire, but never Mr. W. W. Luco his: completed his ; ) they .got It prrtllIl'VN'O In the Lake Worth Ice "
i Xell Sharp and her sister, Mrs. without venison. Some come on their the northern part: of the state.
cottage: on ricer hlllkt Rio San
J. bprenger, of Washington, left ponies, and some In their canoes.The Lucie. which looks nice; from the Jacksonville reports a minimum torn-
>n.uloona: visit to Lake Helen and experienced hunters of river. very l>t'rRIII1'of 2: degree on Sunday; night! PALM 11KACII VLA.
,and on Saturday Mrs Sprengcr this place have been young which shows that the Weather Btiieau: ,
concluded to return to Coronado for of ducks and killing quite a num- Mr. H. McPherson Is bark again after was not fir otT In Its raloul.\tlons.

tier month's stay, after the visit to plentiful down quail this lately.This They Is the are an almcnio of several months ills trip Early Sunday morning Observer J, KLinotietto .
above place, and the fack at the place for way. seems to hue: done his l.valth a great ; of Titusille\ received Instructions -
d 1 are delighted. Mrs. Sprcngcr Is a game. deal of good to notify tho l'oAtllloAeralnthlll HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS
and her voice In the Miss Annie of Scbastaln Is disuse and lie telegrams !
.1, character, Hirdesty, a Mr. E. M. Gool.ill: of Sanford' Maine, sent out 40
ing Is a great acquisition. Mr. visitor at the Royal SprucUna on the was In this rater \\lth his yacht, a short IK.-COIO noon, giving warning of
ginger returned Washington on south side of the budge just at the forks while last week. We to the cold wave
are ghid
inulay, much refreshed by his !stay of the St. Lucle. She l Is on a protracted him hero again this winter. mo The Weither Bureau his been sharply MANUFACTURED BY --
'oronado. visit to Miss A. J. Kltching. ciltlelred for its appaient negligence! in
I Another voting lady: has been added sending out warnings of the bast I
great
id your correspondent descriptive the Mr.sick J., E. Full/, of prucj Bluff, Is on to our Rocl.il list-Miss A. IlaideMy: of fieere; and the promptness with whith Chapman & Sudlow
list
of the Dr.
called for
er> capable subject, somcig 11iney was Sebastian. She h Mtopplnti: with her they sent \\arnlngsfromWnMiinirton ,
worth recording might be written Sunday, and we were all for
very sorry, friend, Miss A. Kltrhing. Miss Ilirdcsty this
In Instance, shows that; it had a
uionlight on this beach. Last night Mr. 'ultz and f.llnllyare such prompt Is very much pleased with this section. goal effect.Tltulife's. South Jacksonville Florida.
full moon seemed to convert the attenders at church, and none of them ,
into molten silver, and as the were out Sunday. \ temperature, Wednesday,
an
its gradually came rolling In-as Quite a number of Potsdam people -One of the most enjoyable<'nll'lI was' 80 degrees leoord In the on shade;that, the.I\y.: highestpiveinment In the For Oranges Vegetables and
the porches of the hotel-a given here for some time .
from plot wax one
ii I I
spent the day at the beach Friday. 1 n I 11 I'd States, Key West liuluded.Daytona. \. ,
fog of awe came over one. It lookedif When dinner horn given on Friday by W. and A. l1oJ: .
there
whole to be came was a The party stilted from Potmlim at 8.0
[ the country was en-
splendid spread for all. After
fed by the mighty power advancing had promenaded the beach everybody they all a. m. and picked up the people\ they --:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:: --
:
ly the low, mournful sound of the went down tho river until they nuniK'r-
r breaking on the white sand, started for home In Mr. Tymlall's yacht ed 2.> In all, who started for the Santa: Mr. R"bt. ll'atersrehtrned- from Chicago I Dealers all kinds. of Raw Mateial. such a.. Snip. PotaVdi. Kainit, ( ',,

light one back to a consciousness of Trophy. I.ndInl.t.; At thii point they l.tnde l land on 'Ihursday.Mr. I Seed It'al. Nitrate of Soda: its. ate.
real situation. Excepting the noise promenaded the beach and spent Bone ground nnd steamed In the factory In tlnee different grist.

the waves, all was still-the long Fort the greater part of the diy gathering: Eugene and little son returned to ZJf: Send for Pamphlet and Pi"ices.'
Pierce.
etch of smooth beach-north and shells and listening to the murmuringsof Jacksonville\ last week.
tli. The clearly defined outline of Grand Old ocean L'nfortunately, I
many cottages, the deserted sidewalk on the way home the wind died out, butte All are looking forward to Gorton's
Dr. Walter Hood left for Orlando last
etching away out of sight the vast party stopped at Capt. Henj. Hogg's minstrels Saturday night. J. W. Y.
pe of the evergreen growth to the Monday.Mr. la,8,'! and enjo'l'.1 a few hoiirn' dancing; I I train Is erodl".lth tourists
-t- -with an occasionacabbage pal- C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, was In which they had not anticipated.: Late Every ,
of which her full altars.Mr. .
tto, standing like some sentinel town Monday. In the evening the party wended their I I Daytona gets

night/ :to mind Hullever's "Last Days Mr. J. Myers left for Titus\lllo way homeward some of them not reach Wood of Cotlngton, Ky., In visitIng .
and it with reluctancee on ing their place of alnxlo until an early HARDWARE
Pompeii, was Monday's train. tho Squirrels, the residence of Mr. 4 {
retired to rest-so lovely was the hour on Saturday morning! The whole R. D. Bishop ,
ne. Capt. A. J. Lewis left' for Ankona to party very much enjoyed the day's out-
spend a rew days. Ing.! Among those present were: Mr. B.Kltching On Wednesday afternoon Miss Elizabeth : -
young lady's first visit to the sca- : Miss Amy Kltching Miss Wilder gave a most enjoyable card Eau O-allio, : : .
)re; What a grand old place for a Mr. John Waller, of Ankona, was in Meda Michael Henry typman, C. Schro- party at her beautiful home, tho Oaks.
K! time is the sea-shore, and how town last Saturday.Mr. der, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Kruger George Cook Stoves, 011 and Wood Heater, Farming Tool, Poultry Netting
using to watch the new comers' first F. Chaffee, of Ankona, spent a Parks, Misses Flora and Fannie Parks, Mr. Roger W. Whlnfield returned to munition, Tin and Tinware, Oalvanlzed Sheet Band and Hound Iron;
nge. Of course all are anxious to few hours here on Saturday. W. J. Ragan, Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Johns, Yale university on Wednesday, after Boat Material, Rope and all boat good and cast not, Paints, I.lnseod Oils,
it immediately, but the morning Capt. and Mrs. Benj. Hogg and soa Bennie spending the holidays with his family In Oil Finish, etc. Galvanized Knapsack Sprayers, $4.(*).
time usually cho en. Shall we watch Mr. J. Bell paid Palm Beach a visit on Miss L. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. E. Daytona.Miss .
to and
Always pleased solicited.\
is i young lady's introduction to the Saturday, returning Monday morning C. B. Tyndall, and Alex and Win. Hogg. Hammond, of Allandale-that quote prices, correspondence

ter? While at dinner, bathing Is the Messrs. Sailer, Saeger and Florrie Who will give the next picnic is the most beautiful suburb of Port Orangeis -
ibject of conversation, and our "Miss Hamor, of Ankona, were in town last question. These pleasant social ,gatherings : visiting Mrs. Davidson and her friends
nocence" is thinking to herself, "I Friday.Mr. are the means of bringing our residents of the Palmetto house.
|II surprise them In the morning In my more closely in touch with each entertained Florida Fruit
new suit, I know," and can hard- Stroddlman, engineer between Miss Lillian Thompson : a Exchange.
tty other, and we hope to see more of them. number of her friends In the
wait for the event. But at last the here and Palm Beach, paid St. Augustine large Opera
house of last week.
it day arrives, and as soon as mamma a visit on Saturday.The Monday evening
II allow her, the young lady runs off ORANGES Dancing and cards were in order, and An Incnrimrmten llnme AmocUtlon of Irmm(lr.>.*r. for insrkntlnir florid. Fruit to the
cold wave predicted luckily did COMPARED.M. delicious refreshments ... ,
her to to "astonishe were daintily .lv lir K eAI'TIhKi'LKIu; CACITAI.. S ,(raKI.
room" get ready not reach here, for which we were very served. Ito, MATVltlAt-Tim Kxihautte I. fully iireir' .,il to supply boxes and |"|*r on Fla.'m
natives. After a while we hear a Writ for |price lint and t'rni..
tie pattering of feet along the hall, glad.Mr. Pettinato, writing to the New York Among the Cincinnati people at the -: O..I.tUK: ,-
d a pair of bright eyes peep over the Burns, of Eau Gallie, was In town Fruit-Trade Journal, alleges that the Palmetto house are Rev. F. W. Baker, OKI). R KAIIU1ANKH. rrml.lfnt.I : l>..(IIIKFM.I K.VK, Me-|>' '
HI'HTM (trn'l .
Al I\KH. Mitr.mlTn
>M M P Tl ItNMl, Rwr.Ury.III
nisters to see "if the coast Is clear." Friday last, attending the dance at White oranges grown on the western slopes of rector of St. Paul's; )lr. W. W. Taylor. 1..;(....IltI'-tl..<>. It. .'.Irh."k.( Aim'hncounty; t:. II. Hill, llr.dturdeonnl' ); l>r.
'snot a man in sight-and our hero- City before returning.Mr. Mt. Aetna Sicily, are the finest In the of Rookwood Pottery fame; Dr. Ford Rxttllill.INtrocuuntyJuhnFahan,1.kerountyliyl'ruleherIrang l county; II. (!Ir....
down indeedeet world. Of the comparative merits of Scudder and wife, and Mrs Mary J. Iulaesd.lnvsl mnuly; .A. Bratty, llrrvuril minify; ". (I. Saniwtn| ('. V. Illllyrr, 1\1
e shyly tip-toes looking E. M. GaodalU of Sanford, Maine, the of Mexico, Jamaica, Callfor- Stromm. county; John P.1. Bryan, (.........county; W. h. Hlnnlon. utniii county; M. S. \ ",.. .
in her dark blue suit, with white anchored oft Fort Pierce in his oranges John county; C\ F. A. lllcll.yolu. "l.county; Irving Kwk I'olk county.Aildrm. .

aid oes,and black a pretty stockings straw, new hat little, trimmed bath the K. M. O., last Saturday. yacht, -- --------------------- with full (lucking. all rorreslandenee: : |:|:\ n to the. Hon.Klorliut, furnl.heU:: 1 Krull on MtlmiiKit:ci|.:|:citation.I (I Jmkwinville, FI.'d'::'

white lawn. Hut hark 1 does she notar Bishop Gray will\ preach in the Baptist -1-
a footstep In the lower hall Yes, church, Thursday, 31st Inst., in the The Woman's Era.
ere Is that same young man she mett evening. All are cordially invited.
evening and thought "so nice." RAY & DAY
ill he notice her ?-she hopes not; she *
Eau Gallie. ,
so embarrassed she does not know
at to do. About this time he catches
lit of her and comes up to the stair-
*e, Oh horrors, why don't he look The Indian River Steamboat Co' ; _=
TITUSYILLE
me other way t But he prefers to look I steamer White has resumed her old run. ,

"ht'. at her, and wishes her"good morn-I Mr. and Mrs. Hartley have taken up :
.; very cordially. At this, our their residence permanently at Cocoa.
nt' drops down on the lower step, and :
gins to fasten her tied shoe to hider I Miss Annie Lansing returned, Tues-
' blushes and embarrassment. Of I day last, from a two-months' visit in

urse the gallant young man makes l Middle Florida. Hardware

liters worse by offering to do it forr I The Saturday night hop at the Casinowas h
' "Oh no," says the little lady, "I well attended and enjoyed. 1'rof. ,
ulJ much rather have you go and see I Houston very kindly furnished the v
e
the other girls are ready." While he I music. rh1
gone she makes a dash for the sands. o-crTLEE
iiUule the door she dimly sees a half- Work has begun In earnest on the new '. ?
zen muse of "those horrid men," who bridge, under the personal supervision
em to be looking right at her Of of Mayor Treutler. Messrs. Xear & Taylor '

'urea they are not to blame; anyone are driving the piling.Mr. : AGENTS FOR Baumgard & Bick's Celebrated

mid look at such a pretty picture. Joe Vendig, of Xew York, and : ii4mI

i* spies, the girls already down on the Mr. Fleishman, of Cincinnati, pasllf'ttthrough Cutlery Richardson Saws and Tools ; Joe Dawson
.tch and is soon with them, and it is Eau Gallie, Thursday last, having
i long before she has regained her to call their old friend
stopped on
,impendence and self control. She can- Mr. Vivell. Hoes ; White Mountain Co.'s White Mountain Cream
II resist a few waltz steps and a tiny
the kick just to show that "she feels The house-boat Rochester, Capt. lien-
ate at home now and is not a bit net, returned to Eau Gallie last week,
ircil. you know." She walks arm-In- and Is moored in the Eau Gallie river. F.
u with one of her girl friends a little She is very comfortably fitted up and C.E. F. CLA

,i\ down the beach and can hardly can accommodate a number of guests. I E. .

.IKI the Impulse to run a race-she Mrs. Wm. Treutler celebrated her
U b 10 free and easy to have short 08th birthday last Saturday, and entertained -
'art, on She stand the Jacksonville.FURNITURE
again. can J.
,. a party of lady friends at luncheon. .
; Looks the other girls
now, seeing Mesdames W. H. Munn A. It.
"I 'vet It so bravely. After a short Hodgson llrainerd, W. II. Gleason, Vi- rt.
uk they join the rest of the party, and sell and McCaslin were her guests.Mr. !t..(, I
'i'' (,are to "take a dip." With a friend .. and CARPETS.
1 eh side she timidly puts one new and Mrs. Brainerd have removed I -- "'
1111 mthing shoe in the water, wonder- to apartments over the hardware store, 1- -
'" ;
be south ...= ,,- "" :.:.; -
. "' H 111'11get\ lost or ruined by the and Mrs. Barbour will shortly : ... :- --
; _-.or. <:so 0--::::
hear the Hotel -- - -
-
' "ater. Then the other gets wet, and occupy her cottage Wholesale and llctnil. -
, 'store she knows a wave comes In Granada. She is expected to bring a ,

,j> reaches almost up to her skirt. At party of friends with her. Within Her Sphere She Reigns Supreme.
mpudence she nearly runs to shore Mr. I. L. Michels, representing the We lave made special effort this Fall to have Stock of Goods suitable fo
hut Is prevented by her friends, the wholesale dry goods house of Eck-
1 'ant to see her when she gets sure man & Vetsburg, of Savannah, Ga., was Woman claims her own. Her field widens constantly. Hunt Coast lliijern.
:h wet At last, after much last week. This Is Mr. Michels'
". 'ing scolding and laughing, she in first town trip through South Florida, and he Every day brightens her prospects. Her progress foreshadows OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW.
them to lead her out little
a
down clear to Biscayne
to
.. expects go
jumping each wave. it comes the greater triumph at hand. Emancipation and j-y Write in what you want, and we will quote price by return
I poor girl, she forgets to jump Bay.The
V one, and gets Its full force right house-boat Buckeye, with Mr. T. equality will be hers in the years to come. Our Number is 20-22-24-26 West Bay Street.
face It sends her "out of sight," A. Snider and party, returned to Eau
" ben she is landed on her feet Gallie on Monday from a trip up the Prophetic of final victory were her achievements at the
transformation has taken place. Banana river, where the gentlemen of
I lnty little white hat Is missing, the party enjoyed some tine shooting. World's Fair. At her shrine there erected the nations bowed.
;t tty curls the They leave for Kockledge and OrmondIn
are "strings, rosy in West Palm Beach !
, .k due and white, and the laughter a few days. The lesson taught at the "Woman's Building" will last "till Lots

ne. bhe beg (in gasps) to beE remarked that while the
It has been will
" <. shore and the hoUl time shall be no more. Their enlightening influence .
runs up to shores along the river south of here are --- ---- --

, n,u*back was stairs to being, to tell drowned.mamma" "how This Uttered late with cold decaying snap there fish are, frozen more duringthe in our be felt around the globe throughout the dawning century. Agent for the Lands in Dade County of ti>

'I not end the sea-bathing of our I vicinity. The reason of this is that the at the Fair by Coast Line Canal & Co.
' however, for when she is clothed greater depth of water around Eau Gal- Only less memorable were the honors gained Florida : Transportation

''I >. her right mind again, she begins I lie the fish more protection than In
=uer and gave Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co
, what she got scared at, more shallow waters.Manager PowderThe :
> '!> her mind to try it over, which Dr. Price's Cream Baking
Jel with much better success. McCreary U making a popu- Lake Worth Land Trust. # New River Land
and
<:.. does not bother to wear stocki lar house of the Hotel Granada,
" : lf the time for curls is welcoming new arrivals almost every award conferred this peerless
; a* you highest on preparation Lo..1oVVortb. Properties.: : : *
of Xew York .
;"Vtf know she had any. A big train. Mr. C. I. Hanley, j ,
:1\ tied under the chin: takes the Mr. and Mrs. T. II. I'aioe, of AshtabuU, H ,.. fitting accompaniment of the laurels won by the Lake Worth Afral tor Ib. Ur.r|>.M.l Londua Glob. ...._H Co.
; the E. Kimball, Cleveland, Ohio;
white but be Ohio Mrs.
one ;
t ; you may ALBERT W. ROBERT. West Palm Beach
Public
eta good time now. bile has Mr. Mareu Bell, Cincinnati Ohio; Mrs. women u! America. ._ ..* Notary

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6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 18, 1895. _
: --

Flum TO otm IUDI:nS. ALEX KEAB. Ell3rr ,r
the cl.l wall com. Notice. T
ceding war $1,000 I

I mon price for a healthy young negro notice that six nmntbiA NEAR & TAYLOR
''I i tt. concerned take The ADVOCATE: will present to all lu ,
man. after date ," r:1rlflll: Ale my anal 1I l account Successors to John McAIIU,
:
.;. points of Howard call for -
rvLjj- B-/.a =-fgr M readers who same
I r People who live beyond their mean I W )1.lne.lth the Honorable Minor 8. Jones,
and are very tardy In paying their : Conntv Judge of said county, and pray. for MIT "Song of Indian Rlrer," with music. Artesian Well Contract
final discharge from the a In,inlets fix of said ,
debts bITe been blacklisted in Viennaby estate Postage one cent each.
I EAU CALLIE
a daring publisher. A book contain. CEALIA 8. MAINE "Hints on Pineapple Culture," a 16- irnovM FUA

PERSONAl GOSSIP. ing their names baa mot with a big sale.T Tlil Oct. 18, 1891. AdministratrixoctllWWra page pamphlet Postage one cent each. TITUSYILLE BAKERY.-

"Summer and Winter Homes In FlorIda ,

President CasimlrPerler, like Byron, *.1... with 189 small Illustrations.
; a map C. F. FISCHER v
h4 become the founder of a style In Notice.CREDITOR Propriety,
collar There WM a subtle something in the Postage one cent each.

air which proclaimed the young and "Game Haunts of Florida's East Cakes Pies A Confectionery a l
Specif
Prince Clsmarck's f first duel VM withan rigorous civilization of the west Possibly *, Legatee. dlstrllmtees, and all

Englishman who spoke slightinglyof it was the sound of shooting which estate baring of H.claims T. tone or,demands are required againstthe : to Coast," a pamphlet of 10 pages. Post- All orders In our line promptly

the many potty states of Germany was borne upon the breecfti from the direction present their claims to the undersigned withinone age one ant.Pamphlets attended to.
year from the expiration of this advertlsment *- and maps of the East Coastof
The Prince and Princou of Wales of the leading bank.
I. e. March let, 1M6. or the same will l>e --
call one another Bertie and Alb; the "Pshaw pleaded In bar of their demands. All. persons Florida. FORWINES -

present czar ii Nicky among bin friends A frown gathered upon the fair browof owing ones said to the estate undersigned.are required to make paymentat Give lots of Information to-those seek-

The bunt of Vice President Stevenson the girl who sat sipping her morning L J. BYRER, trig homes In Florida. and SPIRITS?

had received its finishing touches in coffee in a homo of luxury, and she Robbtni &: nraham. Administrator Send stamps to pay postage.All .
,
Home and will noon be In lu place In petulantly threw aside the paper she had AU',. for Adm'r. Jan4-marl the above are free.

the senate chamber. been reading. ** B EERS, N#


prominent Theodore in D.the Weld antl.lanrragftatlon of Boston, who wan of In"Pshowl her displeasure The Idea"she-seemed indifferent Right Arm Paralyzed! Notice. W. H HARTLEY, CIGARS, ETC,

to the gifts which wealth had laid
half a century ago, morn or loud, ban celebrated in tribute at her feet. Saved from St. Vitus Dance. LL persons having I claims against the estate < OF TIlE FINEST QUALITY,
his ninety-first birthday. He is t\. of Neil (lune I late of Itrevard county Watchmaker Jeweler GO TO
-"of having my name spelled one deceased,are notified to present them duly ,
In fairly good health and read without "Our daughter Blanche fifteen (
way in the dress description and anotherIn now authenticated,to the undersigned or to Minor
glasses the list of wounded." years of age, had been terribly 8.J.mes,Lsq,attorney, at Titusrllle,Fla,within POSTOFFICE BCILDISO, Lesley & Rcnakcr
afflicted with nervousness, and had the time prescribed by law,or this notice will
Dr. Hensoldt, the noted East Indian The error, trivial perhaps, did muchto lost the entire use of her right arm. he pleaded In liar of their recovery) and all. persons New Smyrna, Florida. Families Supplied.
traveler is authority for the statement Indebted to said estate are required to
,
rob the memory of the opening hour We feared St. Vitus dance, and tried make Immediate payment to me or said attorney. -:0- 1Our Lodgings and Lnnclm
that the Prince of Wales once got intoa of the Frontier .Dancing club of its enchantment the best physicians, with no benefit. Will be Ready by Oct. 1. Situated

drunken brawl on the streets of Paris -Detroit Tribune. She baa taken three bottles of Dr. This 28th day ot November, 119t.CHARUS! Watch A Jewelry Repairing a Specialty.Mall side Washington; ave., between I T.ws;

and was doubled up in a jiffy by a i Miles' Nervine and has gained 31 COOPER; K. W. depot and ADVOCATE block
French barber. I pounds. Her nervousness nor30-8w Administrator. Mall Orders Promptly Attended

Among his treasure*the Duke of Fife Wasted Dry Good I toms of St. Vitus dance are entire to. Give me a trial. Seventeen years
gone, she attends school regularly, experience In the Elgin and Waltham ORLANDO NURSERY
has a photograph frame which was An old lady from out of town came and has recovered complete use of Sheriffs Sale. I watch factories ,

made by Princess Louise out of her first to the city Tuesday to do some trading. her arm, her appetite is splendid."

court train and presented to him throe As she looked around the large store MRS.B. B. BULLOCK. Brighton N.:Y. IWR and by virtue of a certain' writ of JAS. MOTT, pron'r,

years before their official engagement with wandering eye. a floorwalker asked U attachment and execution Issued out of # 0 L ALEXANDER #*k ORLANDO FLA.
Dr. Miles' Nervine ,
I ,
was announced. her: the('Ollot, Court for Brevard county, Inr..rt.la a ,
cause therein depending wherein
Sir Julian Panncefote, the British "What do you wish today, madam?" Hodges &: Ood'rey are plaintiffs and P. n. Orange Trees,

ambassador to this country, is 69 years "I wanted to go to the place where Cures. sell Myers. to the defendant highest I I and bare but levied bidder upon rae h":In Corner Drug Store. Lemon Trees,

old. Most rit bis missions have been in you sell dry goods""It D,. Miles Nervine Is sold on a positive I front of the court houe door at Tltustllle, Grape Fruit Tree.

the cant. He in a thorough sportsman, is right here, madam. What kind guarantee All: druggist.that sell the it flint at Ili.bottle bottles will lor boneBU ill/, 0" A Florida'1>18', upon the following the I descrlbefpwre I : February mar prop: Smooth Cayenne and Abakka 1 Plus

and for six years has "rooted" for the of dry goods do you wish?" It will Iw lent, prepaid, on Elkhart prl<'abr ertyofthedefendantto-witi I .'ilpn hundred Titiisville, '. .' Florida. apple Suckers.
"Dried the Ur. Wllus Mudical Co., Jad.fgrV.INk shares of of the Ihirlda tosmoH -
ball mister.
hapless Washington team. apples, and Persimmon
>lltan Immigration I Association I a corpora- Pears, Peach Trea,,
Rubinstein had one bit of excusable And for once the floorwalker was non. Linn under the laws of t irh'a; with d'l Niagara Grape Vines.We .
plused.-Lewiston Journals tern at Unite City, "being fully I Drugs Medicines Etc
vanity. His favorite violin bow was I'al'l. ,
richly adorned and sot with diamonds, Of CARDUI, a Tonic for Wc._ea. JAMES E. BOWMAN,

and he prized it beyond ineaxuro. But .A Pair of Dumbbell Bobbins&: Graham, Sheriff Drerard Co Of all Kinds. Lead in a General Line of Her.,,
f1
# #
there were no other Jewels about him, Alt').for Plaintiffs./ Jan4-febl. Stock

and ho dressed simply in black.

Nr. and Mrs Ira Ward of New Ha- Coin in(Nnloncr'8 Sale. Fine Stationery, Toilet Articles, Etc. Grape Fruit Lemons

%en, VL, are beginning to find it rather ". ,

monotonous to keep np their wedding s k.......'- + + b.virtue of an order made by
days in tho usual festive style. They USJ1F.R'anrl* Judge of ilrevard county, exercising THE J S JOHNSON CO. HART'S LATE ORANGES,
Jurlmlictlon, 1 will sell at
have already survived 77 such feasts! probate .
public outcry to the highest; and best bidder for
and their digestions aro becoming cash, In front of the court house door at Titus-
paired. THEY LOST THE TRAIN. title. t lor I.In,during the legal hours of sale, on Manufacturers We are now booking orders In advanti
the fourth day of ebruarv, A D lOu6, the followIngdesiribed -
The young page who galloped full Mr. nittenweet Lecture Ills Wife and \ land Iwlunging to the estate of NETTNG FISHING TACKLE Twines Etc. for Fall and Winter Delivery, at rcilucci
H.T, \"he, deceased,to-wit: The euth-half of ,
fpood from Paris to deliver to Josephine Wishes II. Hadn't. the northwest quarter. of section 18,township 21, prices.

Napoleon's hitter announcing tho birth ) The young Bittersweets were going south range!!: 35 east containing :lO( acres; the -): ALL RINDS' (:-

of the king of Home t is still in tho laud t I away on a visit, and after many vicissitudes east tnwsbip21mouth.half of the northeast range 34 quarter east., containing of section It oacres Nets and Seines Made to Order Our Stock Is of the Finest In Qaalit j iq},

of the living. He is no other than M.Barthelcmy they were in the street ear on and the east-half of the southwest. quarter

St. Uilairo who still walks Brooklyn Life. their way to the station of' 21 the, south northeast range: quarter 34 east. ,section containing 13 20, acres townnull -, Plain and Fancy Fishing Tackle, es- Write for Prices and Descriptions. ItW.

daily from bis house at Possy to the "Now, Amelia," remarked her lord, bung/: In all throe tracts 120 acres, and situatedIn pecially for Florida Trade. W. HAWKINS & SOX.
lirerard lorida
scene of his senatorial hew to county
duties lisp
"I hope will learn a lesson in
you puno-
ROBERT I'ENTLAM, Depot for Fishermen's Supplies GEORGETOWN, FLORIDA.
Miss Pinkerly-That's an awfully tuality from all this You nearly made Robbins A Graham, Commissioner

FAMOUS NICKNAMES. pretty patrol trousers you have on, Mr. tie late by running up stairs again at Alt')"i for Adm'r. Jan -f..bl. 121 South Street,

Tutter. the last moment." epr094-o}\ Baltimore. Md. HODGES & GODFREY
Louis Bonrdaloue was called the Demosthenes Young Totter-Yes, Miss Clara, and "For the tickets which yon had for. ,

of Divinity, from his rare el. they are my lucky ones too. I never gotten, dear." Master's Sale.

oquence. called on a girl in my life with these "II'm. That was because you fancied FRUIT VEGETABLES Manufacturers of

John Selden was the Walking Library trousers; on that I didn't kiss her before you smelled gas and sent me to look for \ >ER and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure ,
because of tho tho evening U and: sale issued out of the <"ircultCourt Yellow Pine Lumber
amount and diversityof was over. It in the vacant room where nobody had for lirerard county In ('haucer), In a r
AND
his knowledge. Miss Pinkorly thought: I had never been for sis week came therein,wherein pwlght W.Tuttle Is complainant ,
seen them before.-Clothier and Fur "Well said that and Hattie .:. Klalr Is defendant I will
Henry Fielding was called tho Prince you some one might HOUGH DRESSED,
sell at public auction In front of the court house
of Novelists, from his skill in depicting nlHhor. have been hidden there for days for all liMir in Titusrllle on the Unit Monday ine'ebruarv *! PRODUCE ** Orange Box Heads,
I! knew, and they might. I have been A o iwift during the legal hours of
character In fiction. An Even Thing sale, to the highest; and lest bidder for cash, Fruit & Vegetable Crabs'
10 busy all week making my own dross, the following described property of the defendant TAKEN INExch.ange
William Hogarth was dubbed the Ju.Tenal First Despondent-Sny, you ain't going because I couldn't afford dressmaker to-wlt: The.. alf lot 4, of section Lumber delivered at any part of Indlai: En*
of Painters, from tho satirical to jump in the river are you? a :2e., in township: south range 38 east, In- 3J"oiWHISKEY" on through bill of lading. Anyone contenirl*'
that""Well- cudingalltheaccretion In front of sale lot. the Last Coast,would do w."C
character of bin works (Second ItoHpoiideut-Yes, I am. wrriteforyrlcec.: The Sawmill situated nth
well keep to the subject Excepting, however, from the land above ilescrilHHl
Haydn was culled the Father of Symphony "Well, that's what I came here to do lots six and seven of block 28, and lots J.,T.& K W. Ry, II miles south of 1'alatU
Amelia. New, we would have missed one and twelve of bra'k 2!)of the sub-division of
from the prominence be gave also. What'110ur complaint our train if my watch had not been in said land made by Rupert Ran oo. recorded In Sat8uniaIIIght that' form of composition "I Lad 13 poems rejected by one edi lu><>'k (), on page 748, of Hrevard county records'
order. Yours Wall at the jeweler's, as The land to be sold,containing, less the exceptions :
Joseph Hume, the politician,was call- tor. usual thirty-one acres and being at Canaveral
"And I had 13 in llrevard t lorida.II I J. M. SANDERS <
fd Advl'flityllume, because of his frequent one poem rejected by "Because you tried to regulate it, llight county YBWANKLYN
,
editors Join mOo" L. OAtlDEV,
( predictions of ruin to the Eng They plunge.Ex.chnngo. dear, and put it out of order." rebl Master.Sheriffs .
Jao Special
lish people. "Always some excuse; but, as I say, & CO. Dealer In -

Herodotus is called the Father of History When Moet Kecded. punctuality is a great virtue. Now, I ,

on account of being the first great Jack Oayboy-I wouldn't live In the never miss a train and never sit at the Sale. Jacksonville, Fla. DRY GOODS NOTION

historian, and tho Father of Lies, from seventh flat anyway, my dear. station half an hour or so. You are habitually ,

tho quality of his history. Mrs Oayboy-Itat what difference late. You should make a habitof M' >KK and by virtue of executions issued
winding and setting watch at u out of the County Court of lirerard. county Indian River Palmetto AXD
a Fibre
Frederick tho Great was called Der does it make? There's an elevator in the your In two causes therein depending| between
Alte Fritz by his soldiers, tho Philosopher house. certain hour each day, say when you go Win M. Brown as plaintiff and C V Minis as Choice Groceries
defendant and U C:Oliver as plaintiff' and C, N. ,
to bod.
of Bans Soucl by his friends, and Jack Oayboy-That's all right, but Minis as defendant, 1 have levied ux>n and will -f Mattress Co HTitiiHvillo -
the Monomaniac by his enemies. the agent says it doesn't run after 1. Yes, dear I know, but sometimes I sell at (nililio am.tlon In front of the court house ,
go to bed early, and sometimes I sit up lair at Titusvllle, lorida,on the fourth day of Florida Hay Corn Mapes' Fertilizer*
John Adams was called tho Colossus o'clock, the very time a man needs it February, A D imtt\ between the hours of 11 a.m. ,
df Independence because of hill the worst 1-Life. very late for you. and 2 p. m,to the highest. and best bidder. for Our Mattresses are made from 8-oz.
prominence "''Il'mt, Here we are at the station. rash,the following: described real estate, to-wit: ticking, filled with clear palmetto fibre
In the debates and proceedings of The.onthIll)yards of the southeast quarter of FINE PATENT FLOUR.
the continental and oouhtita'tloiial Bit of Ancient lllst qy. Walt a minute, my dear, while I buy a the northwest quarter of section e, containing and faced with superfine fibre made from
congress "That is an enormous cigar. Now, yon will see that I have 10 at res; the southwest quarter of the southeast the; cabbage palm. This fibre Is made t oooa. F1orJ.d
pyramid
convention : you quarter of the northeast quarter of section 4>, I t Green's
allowed just time to get comfortablyinto by patented process, which
are building observed a royal visitor containing/: acres, also commencing: at thesoutheast
Ilichelion was the Cardinal of the flu. the train. Just give me the tickets, L'Omer..f the southwest quarter of the : makes it tough: curly and elastic. It
guenots, the 1'ontlft of Culvlnlsti and at Egypt's court, "but it seems a purposeless will ?" northeast quarter of section 20, thence run north will not break up, mat down nor pet OXYGENRestores
kind of structure. What is it you US yards, thence westJ5. yanks, thence south Ml like COMPOUND
tho Huguenot Pope, from the favor he "Why, Channoey, I-I must have forgotten yards,thence east 275 yards to of beglnninge.ntaining I dusty, moss or excelsior. The fibre
for? :being: :: 1'o w, ill not draw dampness and
showed to tho reformers; the Cardinalof and left them on the bureau I nacre. All township get mustynor
"When the top stone is laid, replied 21 south, range 3ft east, In Brevard county, this being an advantage in
Atheists, from his supposed lack of where they were lying. I rememberedsome lorida... mlldewJ. strength, quiets the nervttand
will a
King climate
Cheeps guardedly, "you see warm -always remaining
religious opinions.-St. Louis Ulobe JUlES E. IIOWMAX.Rohbln. ,
chocolate cream in the expels disease.
the point. Chicago Tribune.Hauteur. upper sweet, and clean. The work.
.
Democrat. drawer, and I was afraid the mice""And &: Graham, tlberUr.AU' manship is guaranteed first-class in Proof, the most convincing, is ,>!ff, "
.
for the sake of a few chocolate ) for Plaintiffs JantfeblXotlcc. every respect free to all who suffer. Call and *u a

GEMS OF THOUGHT. "Are used to serving roast beef creams vt'e shall loss our train. You Braided l seams, double-stitched and or write for further information Neat
you of
200
well tuffed pages sent free.
lu the meanest but is a romance if rare?" said the lady who was endeavor will never learn"- top and bottom. Ilomeor office treatment Consult
"What train did "'anU" queried louble[ Mattress,weight se-IU,Oft to 4,S, '4./10/
you but know the hearts there.A ing to learn whether she suited the new the yea Single Mattress, 2, 8, to S ...... ........ 3...3rtpeclal tio. free.

lie always has a dagger in its hand, cook. gatekeeper." In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Call Sixes addcOrde... Drs. & Palen
Starkey ,
"The 8:30 snapped Mr. Bitter. on or
no matter how well meaning it may; "No, ma'am" was the loftily spoken Circuit of Florida, in and for Urovard ,
sweet I. I(. P. F. MATTRESS Co. 1329 Arch Street r*
look. reply "Up to me prisiut imploymintOi've ( County : Philadelphia.
Box
14i.
"
been used to it "Went ten minutes ago, was the Titusville, Fla.
Affectation In of serving frequent" Jacksonville fit Auirnstin:
any part our car
cheery reply."Dutbat. ludUn I
rlago is lighting a catfdle to our de Washington Star. RI..V"d.l.O. }
up "
facts my watch says 3.28 now, flamueTO Walker The ADVOCATE!: is one of the best advertising UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH

His Last rJLDrlggs faltered Mr. Bittersweet"Watch Samuel Walker, and all other persons In. mediums on the East Coast. ,i
If people would only stop talking -I called on Miss Cbelten is slow. Yea should wind tervsted In or having claims: upon smith-half SE'VANEE. TENN .
where half and of the northwest quarter of _tlon an, township
they stop knowing, the evils set it at a cor"-
ham the other night and wore her b.th..r' Si' south range W east In Krevard county,
of life would Xotlce. Under the joint control of 'lOCI!
come to an end. hat mistake.Origgs But Mr. Bittersweet was out of hearing Florida

Sympathy is a potent power for good -away Well,by you'll have to call .-Chicago Tribune. TyOli are hereby notified i to be and ai>i>ear In Southern Dioceses of the l'rll'' .u:*
1 the Circuit Court of the State of Florida Episcopal Church.
and to neglect it in our efforts to foster there again and take it back.Drlggs for Brevard county. at the clerk .mce in In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Situated half-way between Sa \.;;*

good: conduct is a fatal mistake. I -Not much. It was a better DamMtto Felicity. Titusvllle, niwu the lint Monday in March A H Circuit of Florida, in and for Brevard and Chattanooga, the Cuml :J"
ISHft, to show what Interest on
you have in the County :
Mr. Riverside
Joy makes us grieve for the brevity hat than mine.-Clothier and Furnish Parko-VesI admit I above. ii M rtlMMl Und and to show why a pan of Plateau, 2,150 feet above sea le k
ft life. Sorrow and my wife do have occasional little It dwnlwd In a Petition nied by the complainant Jacksonville Bt Augustine & tilway healthful and
bo locatiol
causes us to weary of er. Indian lure I picturesque
In to.,
this the ilvrk .
cause in office In Tltesrllle
its length. Care and industry can alone spats, but nobody is ever present I on the l-th day of January' A It IWft should not >S. The work of the university con ',U"
render it supportable.Like All Hop Go**. make the children go out so they will l,.taken for the use of the complainant as a C. A. Halstead j through the summer months, an '-.

"You\\111 soon gut over It," said the not hear anything we say. barred rllbt.f'w.y la that hN..h.lf.1&0 railroad; or else he forever TO eeted C.!A.in Halstead." and all other persons" inter. long vacation Is given in the write
a man, and will Judge him or having claim
you traveler. "Seasickness Mr. Murray Hill-I know now why of upon tile west-half" Th Lent Term IH >
experienced It thesouthwest &lo. March 14
Ordered
clerk's
with more or less fairness. Dislike him at the office at Titusvllle, this qu 19, towiv
Fairly terrible whil it lasts, but it doesn'kill" your children are always. oo the street Uth day of January, A D IssM. I .511? b. 1'1U111.to east,isttkera roa. The University offers courses .>i *
or unfairly and fail ty.clerida:
cannot
you Texas Sifting A. A STEWART, struction in the following depart)- eau
fa judge him unjustly. "I don't know about that," moaned Robblns A: raham, Clerk Circuit Court I YOU the are Glreultours hereby:notified of the to b Mat*and of appear F'ksida. In which are all well equipped and f. .?

the wretched passenger. "I feel as if II Dlebean.ala. niart'r' fur COI"loI" I Seal (?rent I Tltusvilto for Bnvard. eounty,at th* .....r...'. orHo In organized :
J&DI
ODDS AND ENDS. { CourtThe upon tile ant
1
were all up with met"-Exchange, "These times, said Meandering !-, to show what Interest Monday la Muck,A U ACADEMIC, TIIEOI..oGtCAL.lCJI

According to English insanity re Mike "is the most diaoonragia I ever S hove des>'rlhed land and l 8 show why*a part 01* CAL, LAW, KNUIXEEKIXt.

tarns, 16 t'aae.ln 1,000 are caused by IIU. Book Will Tell All Abo.t t".. sea." Globe Gas Engine Co. ids: : tins iusema\ th.aclerk'sMaee cues In 'lain.riu. : A special business course in F' :iR'

love affairs. American Friend-But surely yon "Want's the matter asked Plodding Philadelphia, os the 12th day of Jaaaary. A D Ise and Economy ts provided for stt J.nil
Pete should not be takes for the ass of thhe ene'pIaln: not Intending to study for degree V!
a
not back I
On the Wtl&k river the coracle are going already You ban ant as a riJbt..w.y for ta riUtu.d, .... .'rt
Towy or he Mwanet *r
been only four days in the country. "Every place I stops an asks fur work M."uf8't.the most Perfect Rellabl. forever toured to that behalf Grammar School prepares >
the veritable boat of the barbarous but and Lvonmiilral 1 Launch Motor la the snarket (k t.nd at the for this and for other Unlversitio s"
Visiting Englishman What's the they offer Wit some. -Washington lioes every Mm aad continues to No elect's emu at Tltnollle thi. I
go. crank for
12t. business
picturesque ancient Britain, is till inuse. of Star. to torn to day of January,A D 1- For special pamphlEv'further
good staying any longer? My note.book's startBENJ.
W. JEROME: I A. A. STEwART information, address
full:.-Chicago Tribune 8 UiB(Agent, Rotbl-s* Graham. Clerk B. LAWTON ,

During tboears. immediately pre _.run', v mi 0' CsRDUl for West Hens ? la&orbot price es app dkae tees.le' Ta. I Jaal iar rJ' fur Compl'. ( CourtSIH I Vice-chancellor WIGGINS Sewanee, tnllo

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TURF TOPICS. :DOTmLS.: bp....." ......-

We give below a few Kerns' culled The Trunk Line
arj of Karaite has put on a lot of from the works of Ponaon da Terra.il"Her : Tropical

and !i looking grand. ;* GRAND VIEW HOTEL .flO'J'fL. 'I",:;, hand was cold like that of a sor- '

riders I exhibition going of over Shetland hurdle ponies would with be Tltusvllle, Florida. pent."The" countess was about to reply' I Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.

ou.11I'E''eiTed. I* now being thoroughly repaired and _............._. i.:. ... .-... when a door opened and cloned her JOSEPH II. DUIUCKE, Receiver.l '.
overhauled for "
the winter :
word 'ostler" has giy- travel. Rates -:1:1- mouth.
be English to "stableman" in the rocabn- 'i.Op to t2 50 per day hpeclal rates by \\1Si : : .. : 'n, bal' he exclaimed in Portognene. : rtontn.t "Tln'IIS 11.1111..0411 (''''' ) .
place week or month. t1 INltlo4N 1(1\.11 5TEAMOISAT c'M'AN'i H.II.CAIIL.O..n..IM.n..r.:
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of the large table of New York tIr.: i"\ .It iiysis ANII LAh": "UIITII ItAII.W.)
JNO. P. McCALL "The colonel paced backward and forward -
Proprietor. --
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Special Features at C'oronao.toMOtI.erate with his hands behind his back, --Tim., Tsbi. h. .rr..t iso.. Ie'ei. .
at last exhibited latent s TiET.: iI W'NriT.Ks : :
ban
Jorway rates solid comfort, no ostentation 3II'I'Sn.
Its capital City, Chris- Write reading the newspaper __"liD I 11.117 1'.lIy I, _ ._ I ivilly I Imsily .:aIMi '''n.
ing instinct HOTEL MELBOURNE good fishing, good cooking. "At this tight the negro's face grew '. i2Mmi' i i :----. T\: iOlo: II.U:... . .. TrnmamuTmpiTiTjrimIMm '
ia, will hare a track and trotting for terms. liSp 51145 .. Ar.. .. or.nt' 1,1k. .. Lv ell.hI: aempmn 1 ipm

tyear. dreadfully"The man pale.was dressed In a velvet 10 I,)a 15) r. ..L 441 j, :Pt i5 : .. .I.t: ,,:::.brvn.1''s i I use'5ltt.ma., :' : : : l.v I.e: U : em mu :us mm I: ::: "Ii ill pin
ohn Goldsmith does not believe in MELBOURNE Indian Rlyer FLORIDA and in of the same color" hail, IJlII' .C Ar .. .. .. Ielsmka.. . ... I.'. 44..n.\ Ina.: : 11I1I1.mI
Bering horses in California and ship- Open all the, round ,Good! Fish- palmetto {House, #! Figaro.jackrt pants 4 J a :Jfl: llP7s 4 a ....iiuniiMIm'n.:: :. .. '. %iUe .::.. :. .I::, = :: ., ma ,a,::1, g 111pmI ,, :nIlila
them east in the spring for a long year ..... _ Si s 411'/ I. II Ci a ...\r.. .,*,1...,,, "I.rl"lto . 1..1 1.ftIII.; a ..., 11 a5)ta I' '.,
; and
log Hunting Yachting. Rates ... ,
At. Ii'rmf.'r.t. Iv 11dm ll"tsnlla-ans
Bpaign.exlngton. 12.50 and upwards A Hlfhty Bad Ftc 4a- I: nr. "' ''' ,:, .. .. inasnilirs :i
4'1' 1Art 1" .. . .... i ... ..... .
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has oanght the horse chow Proprietress MBS I. :\1. GARn. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. ... .... ;' llCa; ...... ..I.. .\r'' II ;tI'.n., ..
IU. 41141' 12. I' .. ...Orange C'II, "n..U..n.. . a em. '"M.n.1 .
,r. An attempt will be made to getup 4 + COMFORTABLE and HOME-LIKE. _4 mc a ..! IIII' .J .n'.rc\.. .. .... ....1..12 an, mm am mu. IA rn s is$512p
i during January with the thor- .. .... :: .. ... .:at..r\'r.\ I... .. ... ... iWmsn. .
the leading feature. The Park Situated on the West hank of the Paol$. ...... 1ItlII.I.. : .. .... 1..I..I.. IM.mi_
hbred M Cottage, Halifax In beautiful of ::.:.:::: : : : --
River ,
a grove Ji.L..A vi, I
orris park, the grounds of the Newk palmetto tl'l'esj; one mile from the Atlantic .: :: :::: ;. fI: .:::: ::::. ...::: ::.:::: :: ..:' ., : ::'. :: ::::

Jockey club, on which have been WEST PALM REACH, FLA. and within easy walking distance ::::::-' 11II1'i . .. tissttm.rim; i .. .. 1.v l. .. .... .. ii 44 sm t'i"Vfj.'t

ended over 3,000,000, owing to the O HOWES a: PKOPRIETOR.!: of the churches and places of amusement.! .' .: :::: 5Is 4 : : :: mId a-s i'; I I. .. .. .CI.ln.III... .. .I j ,A., :::' :::. :.l : : ,. ::''a: I: :::
(ended constitution is on the market A good livery ntnMc Is attached to the .. .. 1111I'1"1144'1'r .. . .. h'MIL5.. .. .. ..... I.. .... .. .. ... .41I.fII'tI Sip 1U
Located on the Lake Front near rail. hou e, from which guests can order 14111' t I 311\' A r. ... irrsiimtg .. .. ..1..I... .. .. ...., I a, .fII ...IIIII..n
SOOOO worth of prizes offeredthe .
[ he $New York horse show this year road depot and ferry landings. First- teams Hatu-tO! at: a numunt to f.II'er) notice d\.tv: $12 to f5 :: :: Ilevi.I: la : I: .r..: :: : :: .: :' imkssiII;, ;:,:: ". :': I I.e.::... ::: :::: :: ..Cmmmami. t5l5ss
r ::-:-: :-.---i:: i.ij;; --t; :: .. mniiTi
One hundred class in all Its "lIT I.
re very evenly divided. appointments per week M lloio. 71".1' snl 114* I'I' I 4.11'I' Ar .. .. .. .""ah.II"..... .. .. I.. II ap fII II 4"J fII... .. .. .'.

i l fifteen of the exhibitors were enoInL Rooms 5Oe., 75c.; and (1.(X) I;::n a I 7 I 151 4.i i II: : aT Cm II: 1 ::: :::..Ilartow.. .. :..smes..I.: .lumq'tIim:. .. .: I.: 1mm I:; p p: ::; T a vs sm : m,:r::::: ::::
per peroonOi u
BEULAH -Truth. ::-::::'stmnsiaa-p! : : '-- Iv. .. -. ---:.1uitow: :-. :.-. .-.. .\rt-4Mipm t linpniI :
The Ontario Jockey club, one of the COTTAGE >cn all the j tr Vest B.iy, Corner ----- .. .. .. '.lflltJM'. .'r. .. .. nulls . .v t y :jn p in t ... .... ..
prominent organizations of its Cedar btrctt Sh. Ml.unrter.tood Him. . .. .,'foo p I t SIC 1' Ar. . I'nnla II,,!rla, I..vt" Imsmn, t saiu..... .. .. ..

ad in Canada, baa Jnfit declared in fa. ..nM. -- Jncksonvillo. Florida. They ww sitting together bathe par. t liallyexirtftiinil"y. | ""n...) only
of the trotter in preference to the mansion. Train I 2.1 amUll many thr mgh Ilillman InlTit nlrrrr' ilallt' M>irrn Nrw Vrk an.I JortTainia
THE; TRAVELERS. lor of a palatial Fifth avenue nmnritlnit at li,rt TniiiC on M m, :I tim: Thirn.Ia. ,n.t I Hntiinlavn: for Key V n>f an;I
oronghbred. ,. ... She was the beautiful daughter of a mail Havana. 1",In. all ",,'talao carry Hiring! Ilillnmii 110" .kilig rare l>rt.rrn Nrw >i.rk.
(Boy McDonald, son of W. B. MoDon- BI)) X, Indinii lll\cr, FLA. tUKOPF l'LtN. who had made his fortune in a single ami I'nrt Taini'a. .

I. the Buffalo trainer will go to Oer- Only 5 minutes walk fr ny with the trotters May Homer Quiet place among the Pineapple depots and steamboat landings; and all The young man who was watching
ll8J4, and Archie Sherman, 8:29). Fields, to spend a few weeks Hunting street cars paws the hotel her '10 intently was the IOU of a man
atly sold to B. Tappan of Berlin. Fishing and Boating| Restaurant fli-at-chas In all its appointments who had boon on the other side of the

{There is a well defined understand- RATES:-$250 per day; special rates market during the week which had beenso

Ig that if it can possibly be arranged by the week or month. I All Regular MoaN :1.1 cents sunny for her father lIe was intr

|o Salisbury and Mollenry stables will HT": Open January 15th, 1895. ThcKO rates under present Manigerhive sated in her, "not because her face was ,
i combined in 1805 with the former JAMES ANDREWS : been established and sustained by fair" like that of the maiden in the
and training director ando Manager.HOTEL the liberal patronage of the State and song lIe wan fascinated with her on
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manager
account of the which her father INDIAN KltFIt' 'HTFAMHtH: : are .|.,pi,Intml to |I..rrortn the fiillnwInK rrvli'. :
| latter as driver.-Horseman. Tourist patrons.D. money I..av. Tllii>vlll. tima, in. !Mniiilu*. H,...lnn<,Uvu anil )'rl.l..vn for Ho<'klciltt*, Mrllmnrn. anil
C. ANDREbS, Proprietor. poamMied. as, 'an.lhIKa. Iw'"rnhltrll''''. MellHiiirn.n IJ'a in. 'r\i".,l.jm, Thnn. FAMOUS NICKNAMES. y: CARLETON There was a grand piano standing in ml ln. Tltnavlll) S p. in.
the corner of the parlor. Ifnvt Tllinvllle I for lupltir Montsm' rilnmilavn' anil Frlilam I at p' mi ilu. Jn| Itrr 4pmrnllimlnii .
called Don Juan from its,, n.nii.o liiK with :.1. I.. M It.7 f.'r I'alm: lirai h ami i thrr I'llnMim Uk Wurth.Itoturnlnic .
Byron was one Jacksonville, Florida. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. "Aw, do yon touch the keys with l Ie...Jupiter Tiivailajm. ThermaLly anti "Katiinlnyt p. m i due Tltuavlll t p, in. fol
his characters. those tapering fingers?" he asked.A iOWitlg .isy. I

Handel was called the Saxon Giant, dreamy, faraway look came into wurri'N, w n IIKMIAM, A V. JOiN; ,
and size. Opposite Postoffico. COLUMBIA HOTEL her deep brown eye M she looked up at Hen Hnit .1.:. T. A K. \V. II'y' MIII.t| Florid: Houtlurn K y. Bull: In:I I. Klvrrfitlt. C/). 1
m his nationality II. It. AtKKItl\ Irmral. lanmniter ACed. Jskssumills, )ls..a'4 .
Charles I was called the Man of Blood him. -
the Puritans and the Koyal; Martyr :< Under New Management. Centrally Located on St. George "Not now," she said, with a sigh of
the Royalists. relief. "Before pa managed to accumulate Jacksonville .
Street. of the most
his fortune I was one
called Thoroughly renovated new plumbing, .
The Duke of Wellington was
Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park expert operators in New York, but now
ie Achilles of England, from the rio- new furniture, new decorations, gas, the very mention of a typewriter makes St. Augustine
01 of Waterloo electric light, steam beat, elevator, oval and a full view of the Ocean and me ill."

Sir Philip Sidney was the Poet of annunciator, hot I tfhd cold baths, elegantly rolling breakers from the piazzas. Just then the clock in the ball struck p

teeing, because of the amatory charao- furnished parlor, orchestra. the hour of 11, and be went out to get & Indian River

r of much of his Terse Strictly first-class In every respect. something to steady his aristocratic

Attila was called the Scourge of God, W M TEAHEN Proprietor nerve. Then he went home and lay Railway.
,
om an expression of his own "Where RATES:-$250 to 14.00 per day awake all night trying to decide whetherit

iy horse baa trodden no grass will ever Special by the week, and to CommercialMen. was true lore or merely fascination Tim T bU In KffM-t .r.... 11th UOfl.
row." Gas, Electric Bells and perfect system that was troubling him.-New York -
The All Rail Line to Lake Worth.
Louis XIV bad more than 100 nick. CRAPO & LeVENE, of Sanitary Sewerage. Herald. _ __

ames, of every degree of respect and Proprietors. The WMIM ., the WM-ld. South Bound. North Bound.

tempt, from the Sun God to Louis They were threading their way slowly Au ,.... ,
Paboon. # Indianola House the gorgeously dressed dummies No.13 1\1. 11II IT _ _''No.To.Nn.8MINO. n. o'l&.
from among Lv Jseksoivilie. .. f ,.. mile a iiiitl p iiXj I., W i's)",, heath .. :: : .
. Disraeli was nicknamed Dizzy, HOTEL COQUINA in the dry good* shop, stopping ev Ar 11' Alllfllotln" 114/Ia'/ 00 m "O I' 5 III" I.v Rtvtm'n* .. .. .... . .. . .
\ contraction of his name; the Gay Lothario and then to admire or crltlolM I., CL Agmnui U (lit w. Juilter Tihsii.
of Politics, from his facility ery now and marks. Lv Hastlimir.:: .... .: r. t: lid,, $., .t:::.: : : :: : :::: 1 : : : : .
price
and to inspect linings .
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Adapting Vivian Grey himself, from to one circumstance of his novel, and -s4. ORMONDBYTHESEAFLORIDA. *- Healthy Indian Location River, on, East Florida.Bank of fancy Nothing very had much pleased until the their girl fastidious In brown i : .:.... .i I' : fj(AhcIa...:2jj:::: : :: : : : :::\\jj\:jjn ::\: !aa em... .

Edward, the ion of Edward III, was. aw a black serge just in front exclaimed of her.in I. 54cc thin Melee Malen ... 1mm:s, p a : ... on a a ii., ..

led the Black Prince by his contain.orariec "There, Marie I" she .: ... .... o a .

row the, not color, a*of i* his commonly armor,supposed but from, REACHED TITUJsVILLE BY STEAMBOAT AND COCOA.FROM triumph.that umbrella"That's skirl what bang I*want t See bow Bee how thai 'r' ,,.D flnangs..I n.I....... ..: ::.: :: : ...aim) .p p. ...: : : : ::::: : : : .I.: Ankmm..I. : ,, ::::: ::: :: :...:: :::: ::1: : : : : :::

he n his mercilessness wars and from with which the many he carried crimes OPEN DEC. 1st f coat even seta the lay In the figure back distinguished.I The frock makes If it's Ar Ar Oak Sew $'nyrus.. .. ::: .: ..:. : .a ..... t: Ecu U'j"III.: : ::::. :::: : :: .ii' : : : :: .

e is believed to have committed. House New and Comfortable ilk lined and dotn't cost too much, I Ar ArII1vIlIo lily Point.: :' ::... .. .. 4J 4 N' : .. : .Lv I.e :Itamckl.igs ama .... ::::: :::::: :: :::: : a p : : : :: :
ball have it I" Ar ('ares .. .. ...... .... 41\111' Iv City I.olt.t. .... III p

lard William Cider,Henry from Harrison the favorite was called tipple SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are All Rooms Face the River. She advanced and laid inquiring Ar Ar Rwkied Nan.iiilis.. : : ::::.....::: :.. : OS ID I;, .. .... I.e I.e I.e (TiLmevill.hew'at :.:,:. :: :::: ::::::...Ii: : : :vu: p p .::: : :::


sd nring bin>to the, from his meetings canvass the miniature, Tippecanoe for president cabins and;haul-Log Old ty: For Specialties Circulars at, address Ormond., rms-f8.00: per Pure week., Soft For Water.monthly I' 'With hands to inspect a upon little the the cry.lining frock It was Then, lifting not she a fell dummy the back ooat $ ..... .....::.... ... ... : .. .I.v I.e Iv AnNeal I l''rt isyto.ia 5 na,,I....... ::.:::!:...::::: ap ii p p. :

but another customer who turned and : .. :::;: : Sn..:: : :

by Tip also' his, called from admirers.the the victory Washington-St Louis he won Glob of the and-Dem.t. West was- SEISER & VINING, Managers rates, address G. W. SCHUYLER, faced her I Chicago Tribune. 11['...: ..:......:: \ ..... .:.:: Iii: : .......:.. ...:!.::: :::! .i.tKiin' il&tk5.......!...... i'' In) p, .

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Botra/ed II.m.If.In .. .. ... l ... ... ...
ORMOND- THE SEA. India nola, Fla. needn't tell that .. .. . .. .... .. ... .. TVkaM .... .. ..
1815: "You me . .. .
THE FASHION PLATE. Mary Par a111 not more than 18 yean ArlIie AiW.: JupIter 140,15(1..:::.:: ::::. Ins Se. r., .: : : : .Lv Anfmt.ilmisting: .ti;;.:..:::: ::.: .: :a =:.: : : :

Velvet is the approved material for D. B. MATIIESOK. old.... She is nearer 48, and I can praY'It. ArRI.t"W 1s1i. .llellt'b.. ....... ......... 8t 111I1": l' .... .. .. .. .. .. ..... ... .. ... ArJac..u.'IJI.I.. tit. .AIIK"atlll.. ... .10505.... SIlO IIl1pm P m 18/1 It p pAr


winter millinery. : :CTI.J.TITUS "But howlS'"Just CONNECTIONS Via. A. & W. BRANCH.
Sealskin Jacket are by no means A* i-r you watch her when she goes to

long as they were. cross a muddy street Just notice how 8Ot.'T1i 1KVhOD. NOItTJI IJOUNII.KTATIUNR. .
A round bat with a roll of velvet she grabs at her trousers to hold them -
VILLE I So. I STATiIa14 No. 2 No. 4
and Mercury wings, 1* becoming for out of the mud, the way women did SO .
ladle when they woreakirta."-IndianapolU H:,: Jt;: = L'ramni: .1f.: :'::.: : : ::: : :
young Indian Rivor. years ago, ::: icks linirn: Cleat.; .. ...

Exaggeration 1*the motto of the hour. JournaL L.A' 1 CfranK.C.tt'_" CiIj; .Juno.. .. ..... 4 4 WIll':Cmi. ,lJ .. Wln.'I..rk.infur.i......... .. ...... Iar.............
Wider grow fashionable skirt and Fla. .. 1..1..1." .... .. .. :ma-.I. 1..1."d .. ... ..II a's.. 111I'1'' ..
broader the shoulders. Aa Abwd Girl imt..r4... .. .. .. S llIp (iii June.. ii lap I 4n ..
the .. Winter l'ark.'I'. . ('1',.. II Olla 4r.:"
To give a smart finish to a plain D. B. MATHESOK, "Yes, I gave him up, sighed IIrland.. . .. .. e 101 I' 11111.1 .. ... Ar lks lIel"D. .... 50 5 I.I... ..
black silk or satin dress waist are wide rHOPKIKTOH. young woman. af .. va-epa .. ... .. ... 841"." .. .... .. .. Ar Me 8ID'ru. ..... ....1 06a1'4I", .
"Did be unworthy of your
cuba cohere in black and white checked 4tLyefN prove
:; fectlon?" inquired her sympathetic All trains dally between Jai.kwmvllle and Ht Ailguntlne:
silk 'Open All The Year friend. Train south or Ht Augnuln run dally. esr'it Humlay.
HnlTet Parlor ('ar Jai kwmvllle to Wait I'alm llearb
Train SI carries
A close fitting jacket of fine broadcloth -he became a spelling reform Train an carries Pullman lluffet Hl..r|'Ing car en route from New \ant tn Rt Auguitln!:
has almost the entire front cover er," rejoined the other, with a shudder, Train 37 carrIes Pullman Hlnri.Ing si.l Dining ran en route from New \ark to.M Augnntlna
ed with otter, with a collar and wide Only a few minutes' "and signed his name 'Jorj. It took This I'"K"Tlme-Tal im Iralna hnwa ill the and llinee 12 have at which Twenty mains M Inute may lieeipetteil. for Dlnnrr to at arrive Ornioml ami drart Jnurtlnn.' from
outre of the same fur. walk from Railway stations all the poetry and romance out of UK the several. atatloni. but theIr' arrival or.irs.ture at the time* .,..." I* m.t niiaranlxeil. nor d.M
A favorite style; of bonnet has the ,, and Steamboat land- name. howe parted. "London Globe. the Loui; )'any bold Itself rwponalbl) for any delay or any eonawuemw JUHKfll arIsing KirilAKIIMkN.Ueii thereforn-.

brim made of bias velvet, sot on in full Jigs. 'I I MMnger A..nt.

plaits large enough to form a back g On the banks of the 'b. Downtrodden .... - .- -- ..-
ground to the face. far.famed Indian River. Mrs. Highnpp (wearily)-Woman'i FAST THVCC3..

Jet embroidered velvet points edged AGElKENT. work is never done.
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1'I.uJ'VV
With finest Jetted lace about 1 U inches .TJNTDlSn. Mrs. Wayupp (drearily))-Too true. VIA -
wide the decoration A man may get rich and retire from
are thl season sold for
of bodice and sleeve business, but a woman must go on making Southern Company.
Railway
and receiving calls to the day of bet
Some of the new bonnet are scarcely MODERN MAXIMS. death.-New York Weekly .
larger) than the palm of one' band. :
The of the main Too can't hide bad spelling oa a
trimming them are TIMtoaaIaI u. XI IU Western System.
Portion of these dainty creation I. typewriter. remarked
An absentminded preacher
i:1
Bodice distinct from skirts are the y: THE IDYLWILD No man i* respected who does not respect in a eulogy from bU pulpit lately that Leave Jacktonvllle. . . ":(X) p. in. 1:00: L m.

nge. Women cannot be too grateful to I himself. "death loves a mining shark." Thereupon Arrive )lacon. . . 4:1.:: L m. 4'JO p. m.
la mode for allowing them to thus vary A man can have bone sense without four stockbrokers and a man with Arrive Atlanta . . 7::J. L m. 7:110: p. m.A .
their appearance at *o small a cost being all bars a brother In Colorado got up and left rri VI Chattanooga. . . I'JO: p. m. 4u: L m.Leavi .
Melbourne, Florida.Open What for good temper U often the sacred building.-American lie- Chattanooga. . ... . 1'JO p. m. 1:00: .. m.
passe Arrive ClntloDat!. .. . . 1:110: L m. 71h0 p. III.ArriveChlcljto .
ODDS AND ENDS. nothing bat sheer UilPMs. 11ft" _ . . . .. p. m. 6:45: L m.
January 10, 1800. Even the rattlesnake U peaceable AM...... Arrive Cleveland. . . . 1'. m. 6:43 L DI.
Montreal' big bridge i* almost two enough M long u he has his own way. Teacher-Now, boys, who WM Co- Amiss Toledo . . . . p. m. 1:26: a. m.
to U long. A select family house overlooking; Beautifully Indian A man will be proud of bU wickedness Iambus eave Chattanooga. . . .5100: p. m. 1m: L m.

The Hindoo have known Venn f,TOO located on a Bluff fires, best of beds, large If bl has nothing better to brag No answer Arrive Xnoullle . . . p. m. 10:26: L m.
Jean. River. Bright Arrive Washington . : p. m. 4:12: L ID.
They call her Btkkar. about. The that
through
furnished man -
handsomely Teacher(prompting)- 10M
room. Arrive New York . . L m. L PI.
PerIl green 1* made by dissolving out, offering every home comfort. Wit It Improved by wine when the Class (readily)-Broke the bank at
*hlte anenio and acetate of copper ep- Cuiidse a Specialty. speaker lets it alone and the bearers Monte Carlo!-TitBlU.A Train leaving Jacksonville at 7 p. m. Is Veatlbuled from end to end, and run
irately In boiling water and mixing jy drink It through solid to Cincinnati via. th. beautiful Queen .t Crescent Route. This I.

"hU. boiling. BATE :-t2 per day. Ls per week. Toucan bar character without reputation century ago ther*was not a mil of the favorite rout to all East Tennessee and Georgia lUsorU.

Fire 1 throww without character telephone wire in existence For further Information, write or call on
sometime put out by and reputation telegraph or
... .. IM VT .... Jack..ii.UU. r...
la It a very combustible powder but they anally go .thew.-N. Dot a foot of railroad, nor a modern J. C. BEAM. Tra Afeat. Bay A
W. A. TIBK O. 1'
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which steamship. C. U. HlUftOX. G.al (
quickly fill the room' with gas&u4 York Beoorder. steam engine, nor a C. A. BEMICOTEB, A. O. F. A.
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8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JANUARY 18, 1895.

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ts "1 r. strangers, when his last hour could be
'f'rA ":" ft shout with his friend and family. Mr..Serffiis' THE ROBBINiHRAHAlfaPaid
botlYlI'II4 sent, to his home on

Thursday morning.


Up Capital $26,000.00.
MULLKT AM) "031l.\ O.

LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.We .
The Lower East Coast of Florida ,

Made from the mostYd4jhighly Shipping Food rNlicn to
have for sale a large list of carefully
the North.A .
I selected Indian River Properties.
refined and ex- new source of supply for food, fish,
has recently been opened by the extension Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Lint
of railroad communication to the
: pensive ingredients lower Indian River and Lake Worth region Canal and Transportation Co.

In Florida. The water of the Indian CANAL LAN'DS.Florida .

St. LucIe, Jupiter and the lower Southern Railway Jacksonville Tampa Key West Railway Company
ji1' and leaves neither acid Hillsborough river abound In fish life anal Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
and the tame U I true of Lake Worth and other Low Priced Lands.
I the water of Blscayne Bay. The varieties
Include pompano, red-mapper, kingfish 3Von.oy to Loan Ll-cc-n-ys on. XXctntL.
alkali in the food.
nor sheepshead, bluefish mullet, grouper At Ten per cent, in sums lo tuit.

sea-bans, trout, Spanish mackeraland Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
others of Importance. The same
fish-life U found in the ocean which parallel Titusville. Florida.
I most of these bodies of water.
For year back the mullet ha been a
staple article of food with the settlers .

ROYAL BAKINQ POWDER CO, 1M WALL IT. NfW-YORK. and winter residents, but, rapid transportation .. .. ;;:-
being lacking, there was no Carets. .... ,... .,... ,...
'1' .' .' .' 'I'
means at hand of building up an outside
market. Now there are ice factories at -- -
Tltusville and Cocoa on the Indian River

LOCAL NEWS. TilE BICYCLE nACI of Tillman, mask; W. K. Tombes, white and at West Palm Beach on Lake Worth,
and black; Hon. Wm. Treutler, Incog; and these, with the fast enable freight the serviceof fishermen /I The Fall Styles are All In
line
Mr*. Anna Sweet and Mr*. Geo. O. Glea-- the East Coast ,
to lay down their catches In good
Continued from lit Page.Mr. The bicycle race, on Wednesday Afternoon son, Tweedledee and Tweedledum; Grub Baltimore
order in hew York, Boston, ,
H. M. Flagler parsed through between )Ie lltl. II. C. Budge and Jan Ronald of Lotus, Oxford Student' ; Atlanta, l'hlladelpbllCincinnati, Chic- Brussels and with
A. S. Miss Edith Valentine, Penelope Booth- Such as Moqnetts Tapestrys Ingrains
Thompson five-mile
over a course,
markets dependent ,
Jwre yesterday, on lilt way to Palm by S. K. Watts ago, Louisville and all the ,
; Geo. F.
for MO( harlequin
a unfortunate and ;
purse, was
J>a<.U. disappointing, having begun and ended Taddison, Captain T.; E. G. Vlvell, In upon tlfese the fish distributing industry points.is already or without Borders. This is the largest and best selected
-MI.. Mattle Palmer, of Monticello, with an accident. lloolah-Iloolah, dancer; Mrs. J. II.. D consequence .
halt been upending! tome time In town The day was a beautiful tlplcal Flori Smith nurse; Ernest Taylor, Uncle Sam; a thriving one on the lower East Stock of Carpets Mattings Rugs Shades Oil Cloths and
with Mm. Denny. da one-excellent In every respect for Miss Kennedy, snow clouds; Miss G. F. Coast. Titusvllle I ,

-Major lUnbury'i full report, In connection the the streets race, which to witness drew It.quite The a ADVOCATE crowd on L.Lynn Harrison of Tropic, East, blooming Indlaman sunflower; Mr*. Chan.; J. Cocoa There, Eau are Gallle packing-house, Fort Pierce and several Furniture Coverings to be found South. I
with the Indian Hirer and Santa other the Indian River,
Smith Miss Trim Miss points on
office and other of the stories ; Annie Lansing,
Lucia Inlet, will be published next week. upper were Gypsy gill Miss Mollie Nicholson and at West Palm Beach on the lake. HP: Write for Samples and Prices.
crowded
with ladies, who were also ; ,
very this dull
-Mr. Arthur C. Jackson, who ha much Interested. nIght; W. II. H. Gleason, U. S. Midshipmite The aggregate output, even at H. E. CLARK,
Leon on a trip to Jacksonville and bt. At the beginning of the race-which ; Mill Haslehurst, Melbourne, Peasant season of the year, is close on 250 barrels
St. A. A I. U. railway 38 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
J.
At the
Augustine, retained to I'alm Beach last started from the corner of Washington girl; Alex Near, fireman; Miss Belle daily. ,
Lansing, mask M. F. Mount station at Eau Gallic one day recently,
and
night.; Main street-Just before crossing ; humpty-
the starting line, Mr. Budge' wheel dumpty; Miss Mary Gilbert of Banyan, thirty barrels were counted. They were
-Seven loaded Palatka Fla.
passenger cart left slid from under him while Spanish girl; Miss\ Jeanette Taddisnn, billed to Jacksonville and ;
off
.Ite Jitkmmvllle Wednesday! rooming over hU cap, throwing him to the pulling ground, Titusvllle', mask Mis Maud( Taylor, Columbus and Atlanta, Ga.; Cincinnati The fish, J. S. Smith: Jr. & Co.
il.iglcr Railway, for various point thereby bruising his hand and knee a Peasant girl; Mr. Haslehnrst, Melbourne, Baltimore and Chattanooga. ,
along the Last Coast.Archdevon mask Mr. and were principally mullet, IIheep head and
good deal. Mr. Thompson was called ; Mr* W. II. Munn, Mr*
which has DEALERS IS -
bass. The hardly
-' : B. F. Brown ha been back, and contrary to the advice of bin Wm.lfreutler Mr*. Ilaslehurst, Mr. and pompano
im Ocala thi week, attending the Third lends and backers, Mr. Budge decidedto Mrs. T. W. McCreary, Mr. and Mr*. W. been shipped at all from these waters andwinter
Aanuat KpUropil convention of theSouth enter the race, BO a new start was H. Gleason; Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Paine, makes the best eating In the fall will :::

Make Florida a note Jurl of visiting dlction.Gorton's mag everything in ado.The racers were ordered. to until go, and I; E.York Ashtabula D.; Oslin Mr,*.Ohio,Kimball Melbourne; Miss, Cleveland Phelps; Mrs., of,W.Ohio New K.; commence about six, and weeks.to go immense forward quantities to market in fir --'ft.\re BRIG i I :::: K I

progressed nicely they
nificent artificial In ,
I their
new private parlor car, day of The factories ship
reached the last corner of the three-block Tombes, Mr. and Mr. J. Tomb es, Ash-
performance here--"The Crescent City," I tabula, Ohio; Mr. and Mr*. 0. M. Robbins 200-pound blocks, the price being 1.25
course on their first round, when, in [ Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc.
built at The rail steamboat ,
an expense of over $20,000, est Titusvllle. per block. freight by or ,
| block and Dr. Alexander' drug store, AGENTS FOR i Will\ always give very prices

Many of our readers will, probably, the tire of Mr:Budge' rear wheel was One concern to the distance.at Eau Gallle employed ROME BRICK CO., Rome, Ga., I I and prompt shipments,
be surprised to learn the R!v. F C. U.iyIIHV I wrenched off, thus smashing the rim. Melbourne.We twenty fishermen and six: packers. Both COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta, Ga., I Give us your orders and we RUM
amtiittant to Archdeacon B. F. Mr. Thompson was trailing him at cast-nets and seines are used in catchingthe THE CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO. | antee satisfaction.
Jirown, hall sent In his resignation Mr. this point, and only by good riding escaped
WAREHOUSE
fish, and In some places Immense OFFICE : :
ItayllHs Inform u* that the hear talk of organizing a baseball
reason of his a heavy fall himself. He was very
resigning Is on account of 111 health. fair, and proposed that Mr. Budge take I club here. There are plenty of good long drift-nets.there will It is be predicted at least that forty before firms 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.
players. Telephone 284. Telephone 2S3.
another wheel and the
-We shall continue race, of the East Coast Including
esteem It a favor If our packers on ,

correspondents will write all nimes of continued but this being around declined the ton, Mr.times.Thompson A close I. Pineapples on the east side are comingout those at New Smyrna, Daytona and Or- ______JACKSONVILLE__u___ ________ ____ FLORIDA.______ _
persona an.llllf\'ea as legible a* possible, better than expected; very few are mond-on-the-Hahfax.
it I II record of the time was kept by an AlOCATE >- entirely killed.\ said that
ju very hard, at times, for our compositors Of the mullet it may be they
\ reporter, who found that Mr. :EL L. :se :c
I
to decipher some of them without Mr. John F. Powell and family arrived are the most prolific of all the piscine "
Thompson covered the five mile In 15}
making an In the species on the Florida East Coast Theyare
error spilling.Th this week the
to their
spend season at
minutes, and won the race.
winter home here. found In the shoals everywhere, and Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer.
Idylwild, an excellent hotel at Mr. Thompson' work proved his reputation the supply is practically Inexhaustible. Hay
)ff>l ,week under tike management of Mr.. L. concerned; but Mr. Budge' friend are rived here on Monday night on business, finest In southern waters, and these, I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
J. \\ iley. It I I. a homelike and comfortable loyal, and are sorry for the accidentwhich and loft for Tllusville\ the next morning. with turtle, shrimp and crabs, are fast
\ hotel well furnished and comYnandii5 lost him the race. I finding their into the outside markets tuple Ac U'xmcy GS-.roeerie*>*, JTViiit
a \good view of the Indian; Ulvcr. See There Is talk of another rare Melbourne I* receiving her share of By another way it Is predicted, And Food ProductsOf
dvt. on our 7th page of this Issue. between the two, but It Is hardly probable visitor From eight to twelve or four- the fish industry year of the Florida East All Kinds. Also Stock of
My
though I many would be glad to seea teen land here every night, or have for least
Coast will to at
Mrs Birbour, of New York, pausedthrough give employment
ace to the finish. some day pastMr. Grain Bran Cotton Seed Meal
here, yesterday, on her way to Messrs. It. Taddlson, J. E. Lanou- 1,000 men.GOUTON'S Hay, ,
bar winter homo at Eau iallle We and Mr*. Wright, of Cleveland,
ette and T. Lund were judge Messrs. Ground Food and Wheat.I .
un.lcntall.I1\lrll. HuilxMir I II quite an exert ; Ohio, arrived this week, and at locatedat
at Hulling and shooting, no the will A. J. Doyle and England starters for Mr. Mr. F. II. Mack' cottage, on Straw- MINSTUKLS.The am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: the above lineal
rave a !good time at the above plctur- Budge, and Mr. Dudley, of Americus, bridge avenue. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invito.your correspondence and solicit
la., for Mr. Thompson. who rode a
patronage. Very truly
esque town. Mrk. A, Fliond, of PatterMIII i most select refined minstrel your
compact,
:Sterling track Mr. and Mr J. D. left here
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racer. Hayne 312. L. DB.AD'Y.IMtotlo .
N. J., accompanied the above ,
lady organization in existence-Gorton's
In the three-quarter mile race of boy Tuesday morning. We hear they are
lo Eau Gallic.
under 15-just before the principal race bound for Honolula, but cannot say it Is Famous New Orleans Minstrels-will ap-
-Mr. R. W. Goode, Mell>ourno's real -Trea*. AMlxcm captured first money, a fact. pear at the Opera House, TitusvUle,
estate dealt, accompanied by Mr. B I. bad Humph second, and Torson I'adtlli January 21, 1805\ In strictly first class r c& Wagoner
i Mr. and of Wauke-
Spaulding family
performance of modern mlnstrely, sparkling
Wheatcraft, representing English capl- son a good fall on the last round, whIch
UlUts, stayed In town yesterday, and threw him out. gan. III., came on Monday night, and with musical gems, under the Immediate -
left for MIIIII'toby. Mr. Wheatcraft are settled for the winter at their homeon direction of the composer, Prof. RETAIL AGENTS FOR

LM already bought three orange Melbourne avenue. Joseph Gorton. The company is a largeone

grove In Florida, and I Is on tho lookout ntnS(2UI:1tAln HALL AT. We hear that Miss Elliott, of Valkarla, all white artist of established reputation PURE SOUR MASH
fur inoi bargain Mr. hcatcraft' 1JAU UALLIJ-::. has bought the Idylwild cottage, and as refined burnt cork prolong WHISKEY
present home I II In Louisville, Ky. that on the termination of the present and has just returned from a
lease It will\ be used as a sanltorlum, and very successful tour of the West In-
The "A Pretzel Co." performed hereca The masquerade ball at the Casino, under the charge of Dr. Scudder, of dies. During the past two seasons two ALL KINDS OF
Friday and Saturday nights to rather last Wednesday night, wad largely attended Cincinnati, O. extensive tours of the Pacific Coast,
small au.Ji'ucea-lIot caused by the ,.u .l undoubtedly a grand success. British Columbia, Puget Sound, Manitoba Winos: Spirits: Beers, Etc.DURENFEASTER.: .
c mjiany being a poor one-but botauso The number and variety of costume On Monday night Mr. Sergus, of and the entire North-west have
of the hard time and tho many companies displayed! on this occasion evinced Beachyn, Minn., arrived here. He was been made.
that have visited our town of an Increasing interest In entertainmentsof very weak, and apparently In the very
ute This company I i. generally ad. thi character and showed an appreciation list stage of consumption. On Wednesday -- --------
u.UUU to J be the best that has visited of the effort of Mr. and Mrs. Trof Wm. Hindle who has chargeof .
'1 ttnsvllle In a long while, and the play E. U. Vlvell in their management of the undertaking branch of Mr. Ed.
tlj t were placed on the board*-"Mar- these affair, and their endeavor to see btiling' business at Cocoa, was wired to _
rind for Mono)" and ".\ PI'etzl'l"-were that all present enjoy themselves. come down and embalm the body of the
1IItn' received and enthusiastically apl Many of the costume were especially young man who died that day. It GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Francis H. Leggett & Go's
> juded by the amllenies. Mr. Tho J. noticeable for beauty and originality. Mr. should J be made a criminal offence for a *
Laugh wan the leading spirit, and he Walter Gilbert of Banyan, personated an doctor to advise a patient, when he EStMUSHEO ( ,
vas!ably supported by tho oilier memo Arab chief; Mill Julia Roberts Cocoa, know there 1s no hope for him, to go JACKSONVILLE FLAA Fine Groceries
bare of the tompauy. a little fisher maiden, easily won the distinction far away from home to die among ,

Oov. of being the most graceful dan- __ __ __ _u __
Henry L. Mitchell ha appointed -
Mr. J. K.:: Ingraham Land Commissioner cer on tho floor; Mr. John McAlister, Fruits and Yegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all kind!
of the East Coast Line, commissioner .. Diogene\ ; A. A. Ford harlequin; T. E. :Beautiful
for the tate of Florida to theCotton James, Melbourne, mask; Chas A. Selection
State and International Kxposl- Smith, desperado; T. C. Nicholson, Melbourne CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE. _

lion which open at Atlanta, &pt. 18th East Indiaman; J. A. Gilbert -- o 37i ---- :r Agents for Williams 4 Clark
and continue uutll Dec. Slit 181St. Col. Banyan Zulu chief; Mr. A. A. Ford, Fertilizer Co. Tour orders solicited.

W I). Chlpley ha been appointed a. Little Ked Hiding hood; Mr. W. J. Very Truly Diaron.
fotant commissioner to represent West Nesbltt, Coral Beach, Japanese lady; T. 8 Cl3 I7O tJStOl%
Tloridt: and S. I'auUrown\ will serve In E. Burns, clown; Mr. and Mr*. A. U.Hodgson ;g OS
fire same capacity for Kant Florida bevral Darby and Joan; Geo. G. ( "THE LITTLE BROWN JUG.
additional appointment are to be Oleason, Tied Piper of Hamlln; J. H. D. .
c made,-M Augustine Tress. :Smith, Big Indian chief; MU Valentine I >
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