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

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LOCAL NEWS ltcn This! Column Carefully -Mr. J. E. Ingraham of the Flagler -Civil Engineer E. B. Carter of the -The Ormond hotels are said to 110 fr. Crosby IA"kinA, ot Jacksonville

Railway visited Palm Beach this week. Flagler Railway, was In town yesterday. getting a full share of tourists this sea \ was In town ymterday.:

id Topics of General Interest. :y Advertisements on this. (first) -Mr. and Mrs It. M. Flagler have Owing to the north winds the river son. Mrs. Smith-Turner, who has a linepiece
,
line week
page are ten cents per per been at the Polnclana all at this has Lewis low this of Eden: U I.
are continued from week to week unless stopping Royal point quite Postmastet S. F. Glblw\ of Mel- property at now training
General in eonnwtlou the week. week. 1"lrllt''I"all in town Tuesday and In Europe.Rev. .
,elel r and Goiwlp otherwise ordered. Heading: notices on

with Indian Hirer and Lake Worth Motions any page but the first, are the cents per -Mr. A. S. Lee, of Rockledge: was. 'a -The J., T. K. W. Railway Co. Wednesday IC.. llayliss will\ hold dltlne

daring pad week. Brief mention of line each insertion. Jacksonville a day or two the first of '11 have added a new shed and platform to -Mr. Silas K Wright DoLand's well- I service on I'undlith: : Inst, at Merrltt

InterrMlnff Events from Various Parts the week. I the Bercsford depot. |known Insurance a "nl.'I, as In town at 10.3i> a. m., and at ('''''tl.' atlU: :: > y, m.

of the World You About Don't People Know You- ricked Know WIIFRE to stop. See list of hotels on -Mrs. F. F. Woodward of 100\/.lon. I Mrs. M. I'. Robbins anti Mis. Sinsa1 yesterday.The -Mr. ('r"\,)', of the well know'*,jewelry -

mid People Society Editor. our 4th and 7th pages.A England/ Is stopping at the Cordova, St. baugh were pleasant callers on the AlVOCATK .. people all along the river are firm of Om-nlenf (Cnmbv, |,,isse lhroiigh

op br Our Augustine. on Monday afternoon.Mr. enthusiastic over the project of buildinga her, jeMerdiy, on hl., "'.'''1 to

man should advertise as he would -Col. J. W. Mocks 1 of Bay Port N. J. IIipporsett.of Oilando, who liist-classcouuty road. Palm Beach

RIYERIAA court a maiden-boldly and audaciously Y., hiving: a fine boat house built ut has been spending afewdajs with Mr. -Rov. and I Mrs.( Rmt, of New Smjrnn, -The Right i'.ev. Win. ('I':""ie I'.iav,

ATE yet juditlously and honestly, without too Lake Worth. and Mrs. Sun Ilappersett tinned home |have b"NIn town this week, shaking, 11. D., Bishop of the Missl.Muy\ .lulls-

D 1Ie p much stringency in the matter of expense. -Miss Mamie Wiley and Mine Jeanette on Monday. j hands with their many filends.Mr. diction of Southern Florida. ; %t1lpiciuh
at the Kplsoopal ('hllrt'h. TimsUllc
wi
Paddison /gave the ADVOCATE a pleasant -Our Canaveral correspondent says I). S. Hutchtnson Is having his Tuesday evening, Feb. 51 h.
call on Monday afternoon. the orange; trees in that neighborhood yacht put in pood shapo fur the 'purpose

h s Tar a pair of perfect fitting gentlemen's -Mrs. B. A. Geiger and chill are sick were not Injured by the freeze, and that of taking a cruise dow n Indian River. -1'hll countv commlssl.\. of Leon
I II the tret's look bright and gieen. '"unty neatly HpproprUted .'.'101) f"rthl'
liocs. The Eagle Clothing Store. In bed with a fever we to learn
regret
-Three prominent ladles! In town expect publication of a large edition o( afinely
Tie: WOKK of all kinds done by Ray &: from which we trust they will soon recover -It Is probable that two new l'allMl'n.Iler to leave here for a May of some days illustrated county[ pamphlet, one I''
trains III be the J., T. A K.
Day, hardware merchants Titusville.GET put on at the Royal i'olnclanii liUiut the first .which may be seen at tho AI"\ H-VTK:
W. about the 28th Inst be
to
Ry. on or : ,
Judge O'Brien and Mr. Crimmlns of the coming month.Mr. oflloe.
ycmr carpets, etc., from II. E. Clark called the "Indian River J.lmlh..I.The ." ;
38 West Bay street Jacksonville. and sons, of New York, are having great ( Geo. F.. Miles, manager of the -Ono of the strict rules of the Alhul'I,I
In the of the : residence of Mrs. M. A. Evans: '
fishing east
sport ocean ,
('allIl'o: ,, passed through lore, H'elneslay tic house, Oak Hill, Is that every hunter f
WE have overcoats left which we will Royal: olncma.!; They have made big of West Palm lI'a"h.11\ dumgedby:
on his to Palm Beach and other must produce hula at the lux befoie
way gitm! it* 1
sell very cheap. Eagle Clothing Store. catches. lire to the amount of over fWO Ill Sunday -
i points south.Mr. It ran bo ell t"' "t"I In this icglster.
List.Conductor .
afternoon
the Barber white L. Tibbols and Miss J.Tibbaill. Wo believe\ Canaveral club ,
STOP at City ; Shop -Mr. P. : S. atl.tIJ.1.In.. .- ,
Frank H. (l.uk who halll".t'11
; ,
baibers. Razors honed. of New York have been of the \liar plan
stopping Bugbec, Flagler spending the winter at the HUYI\ll'ollwl- ; ; I

BEEn: blanks lOc. each; $3.00 per 100, at at The Ormoni during the past Railway, was fishing, In the ocean, east ana, Palm Bench, bus gone to Atlanta -Ito. So W Liwler; the. new Met ho..

h 1 the ADVOCATE ofhce.JciH8 week Mr. Tibbals owns considerable of the loyall'llnrl\lII\; Sunday; and for a couple of weeks list minister, in.lived In town 1'1U'Klay.ulIII v
Q ) pineapple h\lllon Indian River. caught twenty I blue fish In two boms. '
1 will J'\'Ut'll at the Methodist chureliSunday
1 Kim Titusville has fine line -HIMltrllt'li has appointed] Mr. H.B. .
a
s : :, -\frll.! B. F. Brown has been \ill In Concerts will bo given at the Sin at II\ a. m. null) I'. m. Mr.Lawler's l'
amp' of shoes on hand. Call and examine t. Archibald notary 1 public for the state
bed few this froma Marco hotel work will bo divided betweenlltusvilloand
tit a days week suffering St. Augustine, every morning
for them before going clsewheie at Urge his credential having, I"'rlvt'tlWetJ"'K.I1Yllftol'n'HIJ. l
bad cold. Archdeacon Brown also returned : from 10:30: to 11:30: ; anti from A to 10 Minis.Tho .

A FIVE assortment of evaporated fruits from Ocala with a severe cold, o'clock In the evening. 'fhl're111 also 1

Advertising Is like electricity-a great equal to any in town-at Duien &: which has made him quite hoarse. I be two dances; per week at the hotel -The. yacht }:. M. G., with her owner', Ranson Tallahasii iii 'lltiuvUUs FloildUn! \ tnkeu says: .I IuHullt'l"t

votive which Is becoming more Fla. Mr. Goodall on board lm" been lying ,
Titusville ,
power Fcaster's
Mrs. C. H. of Jacksonville -The annual charge, of the \ farm ct.f Mr. r.lllutt
merits dis- Brock mett'Cnolojrh'alllulI1l11arylor dairy;
Intrinsic
aluable as its are chi the city do<'k this week, after several
of all kinds done has been her the J. F.: I.nn- Todd 1 tho absence of the latter.It .
overed and as men learn how to use it TIN: ATD Inns WORK visiting husband genial 1804 supplied by Mr. weeks' cruise down Indian River. dining! f
the best advantage.pPlease by Ray &: Day litusville. Write them ; Captain. Block of the Indian River ouette chief of the Titusville Weather Is quite proUkUo\ Mr. lUnson will remain

u when you need anything In that line. Steamboat; company, this week. Her Bureau will lie found on our 2nd page. Bishop Moore of :Sr. Augustine, held pctnuiu'iitly In the Titll.vhasseuneighborhood. ;

Titusville friends are pleased to life her Many of our readers will no doubt, find mass In the casino of the Royal I'oln"cllu ."
line of
WE have the greatest yachting here again It Interesting reading ; last Sunday a largo; number of the
:: see that your subscrIption caps In all colors and patterns. The guests and people from thonolghboihood -(Jen'l I Stephen M. Wild, Dr. ('hllll.

s 'paid, and that the year reads "180V{ Eagle Clothing Store, litusville. -Mr. Dudley B. Fay, accompanied by I -Miss Fannie Preston, one of St. Au attell.lhIK.Freemaltoll". (I. Weld and Mi. T. WaUon Meitlll ar-

All subscribers to the ADVOCATE are his friend Mr. Hammond arrived here gustine's school teachers was found lived In town Wwliiesdav. General
and freshest
i pec ted to pay their subscription in OYSTERS-For the finest from Boston on Tuesday afternoon's ; dead In her chair at the residence of Mrs. are requested to note Weld came from Boston and; Dr. Weld
fish and oysters call at .Smith's res and left club-houso I that there will be the and ( !Merrill have returned from
ilmnreMr. train for Canaveral Noonau on Monday morning. The verdict meeting at lodge& Mr. a

taurant railroad Titusville. the same evening. This Is Mr. Ham : of the jury at the Inquest was that room In the court house, this Fllday trip tn ('ub.,. They left for Canaveral'

and Mrs. M, A. Stafford, of New COME and see the nice new line of crockery mond's first visit to Indian River. she died of natural causes. night. Visiting brethern arc luvlted to club-house on Wednesday evening

York, were.in town Wednesday. .
bo
hand. Duren &
ware we have on : -Archdeacon B. F. Brown has boon -Mr. and Mrs C. V. Buton of New present.The -Mr. and Mrs. Warren (I. Umillngnnd

-Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Martin, of Bar- }Feaster Titusville, FU\; elected clerical delegate to attend the York are now stopping. .. at Colorado county-road project U certainly Mr. and I Mrs.\ II. !M. Stowe, of Mnr-.

i>oo, Wts., have been spending several PANTS shoes, valises collars cuffs tics, general council of the Episcopal Church, Springs; C'olorado. heir winter plane meeting, with enthusiastic support\ from lon, O., !arrived town yesterday and

lays In town. etc., In endless'vaiiety at the store of which will be held at Minneapolis Minn., at Palm Beach they have rented for the the people If the road Is not built It left Jot ludlanol.i\ ; on (till morning's

-Mr. H. J. Tiffin of Courtenay paid Julius Kline Titusville. in October next. Mr. Lewis Massey, of season. Mr. and I Mrs.. Barton's: many will 1 bo simply because they fall to organ- steamer. Mr, Harding\ U one of tho

ntusville\ a visit on Tuesday returning Orlando, hag been elected lay-delegate. friends on Lake Worth regret that they Izu: and nake themselves felt. piopiktom of the !Marlon Star\ whom
home next day. HovsK for rent on river front, between will not be at Palm Beach this wiutri'Mr we were pleased to meet.Mr. .
residences of Mr. S. F. Gray and Mr. Judge J. D. Van Deman of Delaware -A special; to the Citizen says the extensive

-Mr. W. J. Cobb representative of Woodward. Apply to Robbing & Graham 0., who Is now stopping at Sharpes and Mrs. II. 1I!. Flagler and saw-mill and lumber yaid of Moirls '- -: I,. A. Coleman, of LaGrange,: Utho

the St Louis Republican gave our office Titusville. with his family, was In town Tuesday, Messis. J. 1) Crimmlns and two sons, J. A Cornell, at White City the colony proud possessor of another buy-

L pleasant, call on Tuesday.Miss WE have received of fine New and gave the ADVOCATE a pleasant call. J. Donhue and Judge M. J. 0'lIr1on, of the (o'lurlCoallt\; Lino Lanai company making four IH'Yllln all, n.. well all one
just a car of valued was destroyed by lire at an early hour girl In the family. This little ('olenmncame
Is subscribers :
of Irish The judge,: one our judge of the Supreme Court of New
Effie \ and
York State
from Merrill until Courtenay in potatoes ith seed are prepared and we were pleased to meet him. Yoi kwho passed through hei'e last Tliui last Friday niomlng.\ It is thought to to band: Wednesday; at 12: ,o'clm\ ,
pent Saturday Monday to supply pota
glowers day on their to Palm Beach, stayedon have been the wutk, of an Incendiary. n"un. iiiid It beats the record as being
til'own I.\ Ransom as the guest of her friend Miss M. toes. Duren &: (Feaster Titusville. frs. J. G. Hall who Is advertising Lake Worth way some days. The gentlemen The loss Is estimated at 1,000.: ( the smallest baby: III this section' weighing

THE Eagle Clothing Store Titusville, some land for sale at Canaveral gave ouroffice have been having, good/ sjioit fishing -Vico-i'rosidont J. H, Parrott and as It does, only A pounds. Mrs

Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Goettman and are otleilng great bargains In men's a pleasant call on Tuesday, telling I : In the surf. Mr. and) Mrs. Hagler expected Supt. U. T. Golf, who made a trip over C'oleman' and baby are doing well.
Jlliss: Ella of I'a. leftJliere Give them that she had had answers to her ad.
Dolan Pittsburg double-breast suits. one us to remain until tho 28th; Inst the
Flagler Railway on Thursday last -Mr. I' J. Nevlns, of Rlvervlew, Mcr-
Wednesday for Rock lodge and trial. In the ADVOCATE as far south as Key
.topped off at Tltiisvlllu about an hour ritt l.iought "\ to Titusvillo
-The officers a ,
following engaged
are
aim Beach. West. This Is only one out of \
many
when need tin on their return to bt. Augustine Saturday In bin naIthous l\ \tneh. Onboard
REMEMBFII that you any advertisers who are pleased with the for the I'once de Leon this season : R.Glllls yesteid.iy, ;
-We are pleased to see our Rockledge or Iron work done at any point on In- results from an ad. In the ADVOCATE.Mr. room clerk; H. B. Strocter, assistant : !Mr. Parrott was Interviewed by Wt'reIr.: aUtIr! ,. I'. J. Nuvlns,

orrespondent again coming to the front. dian River or Lake Worth Ray & Day room clerk; Jos. P. Greaves, cashier; Aldermen Oliver, Brown and Titus, respecting Miss Nannie Nevlns Miss Mary Nevlns,

ptockledge: Is well worthy of a place In Titusville are the ones to do it L. II. Thurston, formerly a well Geo. W. Gibbs assistant cashier; E. A. & needed Improvements along/ Mrs. J. C. Wfdeikliuh I,. B. :Schiller: ,

[tin. columns of the ADVOCATE. YACHT SAJ.E.-Yawl 32 feet known New York artist, and whose"SlaJara" Elddr, key derk; F. R. Itemlinger, stenographer their line at Titusvillo.Contractor \ Jeff N'evlns, enr., and Jeff Nevlns Jr.
FOd rig,
A party of 15 Ohio residents who long 0 feet beam, 2 feet draft cabin ; occupies a prominent ,placeIn ; Robert Fran, steward ; Decker has had tie street They turned homo this saino day.julto .
the Plaza Hotel at Central Park
ass, been on a trip to Lake Worth ar- accommodates four now in commission Fritz Schopback, chef, I'. Thompson In front of his property on Hotel ( of la 1I1.n.1 Jt.nUeml.'ncamlH't1
New York City left on Saturday for his party <
iced In town on Sunday's steamer and with complete equipment W. head waiter; Wm. I A)wry, bead graded fur the purpose of laying a shin out at Aurantla il thl.we.k
home on Indian River. Hols as ever a a :ly or so *
[t-ft. next day, for other parts of the H. Browne Cocoanut Grove Fla.MO.VEY. most enthusiastic advocate of that sec- bellman; August Eisner musical director walk. He lutes also received the contractto where they had a rhaimlng time,
tate, en route home. ; Miss A, Mac Kay, housekeeper. build a lino renldenc for Mr. K: L. the
We want money to loan on first tion of the East; Coast and predicts thoroughly enjoying pleasant change
Mr. Gus r: Anthony, of the firm of real estate mortgages. Ten per cent ,great: things for It, despite the freeze. -At the regular meeting of St. Johns Brady on the river bank just south of o.f! tniMle of )avlllj(. Shooting photo

Anthony Bros., left here, Monday, for free of all expenses to lender Gaulden He and Dr. Webb are neighbors, when harbor No. 24, held In ksonvllle last Mr. A, C. Gardner's residence This graphing and dam-Ing were Indulged,

>;pious points along Indian River as far & Sanders Titusvillo\ and West Palm the doctor Is down that way.-St Augustine week the following resolution was unanimously line lot was recently purchased by Mr. iKCiipylng( the time very nicely. Amongthe
from MI"" A. Becker of Montreal
adopted: "Resolved that In Brady were Mr. and Mrs. Louis A.
!"i- Lake Worth. He made the trip in Beach Florida. Press party
'!h. interest of his jewelry bUlllnelKII view of the agitation now taking; place Brady, Misses Alblne E. Egg:j l'r, Louise
Judge J. S. Cochran. and wife f.I
FOR SALE:-/000 acres on the peninsular -The house-boat Buckeye with its regarding the inspection service it Is arrived Jones and Daisy Brady ami Messrs." W.
of Martin's (>. In
(\ Louise Ilappersett, of Urbana, south of Cape Canaveral; as fine orange attendant launch Clifton arrived on with pleasure that we take this oppor.. City Ferry, I M. Brown and E.: L. Brady.
I who arrived in town recently on aII pineapple and vegetable land as Saturday having on board Mr. T. A. tunity of testifying to the e efficiency town Friday!; aftcinoon last and I"'t.

1 to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Happersett can be found in the state; no frost, no Snider, of Cincinnati, and as guests Mr. Inspectors. I.ee.'Uzgerlll: 1 xpects to remain here until March. malaria. Address Mrs. J. G. Hall and Mis. J. E. Snider, of Toronto Canada district We have at all times whlili the judge recently l.nn'hall",1! the linen-Union says: "1'he Plaza
frown Mr. F. E. Heath, of New Yoik.I'nfoitunately hotel JCorkU-dge, In. growing In the favor
and their sons, Messrs. Harvey and
acknowledge a pleasant call from Titusville Fla. found them prompt firm and courteous I
while on the Mrs. of the tourists, who lItelo.llllC a molest
lire
M I'' Happersett Hartley Snider; Mr. and Mrs Harry L. In the of their duties C'IIf.
on Monday. SLOOP for Sale; new, dry and seaworthy.Just Feeler, of New York; Miss Margaret discharge; strictly. Cixhran sprained her foot which gave hotel having/ all the, comfort of the
the law and
Mr. A. P. Painter, of the boat for a cruising; party of Gibson, of Cincinnati; Miss Hanuie enforcing the kindness ,with which as fully appreciate have. her a deal. of pain for some days. About towering big onus at much more aurpt-

', ksonvillo, was In town on Saturday three or four. Model hull, 8x10, and Brown, of Newport, Ky. Miss Minnie treated they half the orange crop of the Duniiultt able rates-at least that's what the visitors

1 i. placing a few very fine pictures of decked over. A bargain for the next Bowron of Toronto Canada; Miss Mattel always us. grove wits frozen iu the, (late freeze. here, who have stopped at the

'h' Hyde Line in our offices. One was few dajs. Address Samuel Welch Snider Miss Polly Snider and Mr. Ed. Cards are being sent out by Dr. and -An elopement a few days caused Plaza say; and a great dual more In

'
It Is an ornament as well as a Is the best way to tell the and party left here Tuesday afternoon to the marriage of their daughter Lucy population, the among Times-Union. The The' tourist are cautioned that the

1 L' a: advertisement for the popular people what you have for sale. Call for New Smyrna Daytona and Ormond.Mr. Irwin to Mr. Jaudon Browne which parties were says Minnie\ Mozulle and one employed drummers on the train melvv
"<" Line. takes their board at of the hotels they
at some
place Wednesday January
and examine Julius Kline's fine stockof Kll her brother-in-law' who 1 left liebind -
Samuel I. Wheatcroft civil\ engineer 5:30 p. m., St. Ann's church Sinflhbiirg, it'll 'recommend', and their advice should be
the attention of our readers drawn men's and boys' clothing. Everything a wife and several small I children. "
of Louisville Ky., to whom we Md. Mr. Browne and his bride will bo cautiously taken.
: h. new ads. of the Royall'olnc\ana.\ good cheap and fashionable Telegrams were sent to Tltusvllla\
II, Beach; Hotel Ormond, Ormond; and cannot be beat In Titusville. referred In our last Issue as having recently "at home" after Monday February 4, at and other points by the girl's father and -Mr. F U, Clark, who left the Royal
.. purchased three In Jacksonville Mr. Browne Is the
J I Cordova, St. Augustine; Idywildtse ( orange groves they were finally traced and brought I'oinciana, Palm Beach for Atlanta, the
WE now want money to loan on first Florida, made an examination of the traveling agent of the Flagler
passenger
Melbourne Malnhard Bros. bark to New Smyrna by "Sheriff' Dlmmlck end of December, passed through here,
; ,
mortgages on real estate. Loans net country around Minis Turnbull and Railway and has a host of friends along
and cleaners Jacksonville and and the man IUlIIl"lln Jail to await trial.! yesterday afternoon In a private car
; lenders ten per cent free of all ex- other places as far as Lake Barney on the East Coast. The ADVOCATE joins I '
\ "> This he ( ol Evan editor of the Atlanta
Nelson furniture dealer Mel- same night escaped llowell
penses. Intciest paid seml-annually. Saturday t. He was accompanied by with them In wishing the happy-palr-to-
"
"8t all ( him.
;
heir of whom believe In advertls- Absolute safety. Robbins &: GrahamCo. Mr. R. W. Goode, of Melbourne Mr. be a long a life of unalloyed bliss and prosperity -Dr. W S. Graham's, article In the I Constitution their accompanied to the Poin-'t'heywere

I all\ businesses notwithstanding ., Titusville }1n. Wheatcroft represents some English cap In advance. Florida Agricultural, on the subject of clana on where way Informed Royal
season italists, who have Invested considerable the of culture In "Florida we they us they
profits
FOR SALE New three-room cottage: In Did think tireless sugar/ to remain week
I you ever what a I expected a era returning
the throughout the United States full /his week as one worthythe
acceptance of money reproduce
foreign govern- South Titusville with front and back Atlanta 'olonel Howell looked
/letter writer a good local paper Is:? Day to a*
'- continues He left for home on Monday but of brother editor of theADvaATx.
our
the rate
to in hopes
come at ten
porch; brick foundation flue and fire after day and week after week, reaching smart and well as when we met bin In
to return to Titusville this winter.1 W has
or three a week, at the Cotton Dr. Graham gone Into
.
place. Also lot, 60x00. Cost H50. Into years, it goes on telling the marriages i Atlanta. l'res.ureofbusiness precludedour
and International acknowledge a pleasant call from MessrsWheatcroft the subject exhaustively, and brings out
Expositioncarters. For terms address Samuel Welch, births, deaths and the coming. accepting Mr. Clark' Invitation to
and Goode. readable Idea both In fact to-day
'I The latest of the accept- box 04, Titusville Fla. Photograph and going; of people of the town, the many i join them In their trip
> sod of to thispromising
was from cable- recent history retaining
Brazil. A special
forwarded on requestBICYcLEsnew -As announced In our last Issue norton' business failure im-
success or ,
from ; crops Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Miss
Rio Janero to the New York Industry gives one glimpse Klrkwood
Minstrels before
I 'M announced that the Brazilian and second-hand appeared a fairly provments, meetings; In fait events of Into the Industrial future of this East; Ella Klrkwood, and Master Arthur Kirk-
crowded house
on Monday night The all kinds the West AllIs
rumens has made kuowa IU deter- sale and for rent. I have the agency says Key Herald. Coast region, wl o.. whole future I Is dew wood, of,Chicago who own a cocoauut

':on to make such a display Comer for the Columbia Sterling Wllhelmes and entertainment the large throughout amount of was very good the, local grist that comes to a hopper of a good tined to be, at least, wonderful.-Tropical grove near Mr. Crsgln'a place at Lake
applause If undertake to I
> Avery is now In the Argentine (Readings) and Crescent; also a few received paper Why you sun. Worth; and Mrs. W. E. Hasnett, of 1St.i .
: participants Indication
was write absent friend and tell
?lie wheels to rent, ladies' and geatlemen' to your i Louis, arrived In town yesterday, anti
that their effort were appreciated. The half the local doe .. A Day
Ray are making ex
.. Will\ sell wheels to responsible par| you soon give will leave on to-night' steamer for Jupiter -
\ been started in Jack. terms singing was good; most of the joke wen up In despair. The supposed pleasure periiuents with pineapple by evaporating the
or reasonable route to Riviera to spend
on very i en
easy ,
cared parties
:!I le, original and on the whole It was become the letter It. /Nome that shownus
"The St George's Socl- for cash. Write or call on A. S. a very tiresome grow samples were I remainder of the winter. This Is Mrs
The objects are to bring together Thompson. Office at the Avers Grocery creditable entertainment Gorton's gold shorter, further apart and finally ce ane. this to hold the odor KirkwoooT first visit to Indian River.

wives of Great Britain and all her t'o.'s store, Titusville Fix band gave an open air concert on Washington Why Is the difference Because with a of the pineapple In a narked degree, and Unfortunately, Mr. Hsuvtt droppedher

; to assist and relieve them and avenue just after the arrival of newspaper It I I. business People\ In a Mr. Day says, his evaporated pineapplewill pocket book containing and

'arailies\ when In distress; to find the train, and quite Urge crowd were large town recognize this, and take pleasure keep any length of time. We trust other articles just before gutting money off the

-yment for deserving Britisherand The ADVOCATE is one of the best advertising out to enjoy the music The ADVOCATE la giving the editor new Item of Messrs. hay 4 Day' experiment will train, and she, will U glad if the finder

.its, and to act In other benevolent I mediums on the East Coast office also was a rendezvous for the general Interest Th* people of a large turn out successfully ait an Industry of will return It to her at Hotel Riviera.Lake .

1 ,fatal ways. Those wishing to be- ladle during the band performance a town also recognize the value and Importance this kind will\ be of advantage to the Worth. W* were pleased to meet

members of this will\ please i -Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Cox of New great many having taken seat In the of a good local newspaper to grower and manufacturer as wen as the above

*".. the president, Resold E. Trower."k&oll'l11e. York, stayed In town a short while on bay window of our block where they a town and community, and will give It adding a healthful article of diet to theI'rr"d jovial party.

''" Fla. I their way to Lake Worth. could view everything to advantage the support It so rWJy tlu..n.. fruit mal ket. Loral A'ttvi Continued on 8A 2Vji



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Z INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JANUARY 25, 1895.ir .



r SAnta Lucia river. It baa an average. tonnage of 1,100 tons and S3 entrances W. EC.: :

wldthbf about one and one-half mile,' with an aggregate of 1,024 tons. There EARnh1

and a controlling navigable depth of five' are large tract of orange and pineapple I

feet with an average channel depth -of. lands under cultivation In this vicinity,

tea ff-ct. Below the mouth of the Santa and much more that Is capable of being i

Lucia river It I.I known as Jupiter narrows i; so placed, the owner of which would be I Staple and FanoyGrocer1es.: : .

Hob sound, and Jupiter sound' greatly benefited by this Improvement. ,

aDd terminates at Jupiter Inlet In latitude I am of opinion that the Santa Lucia Jc

20 degrees 67 minute. Its total Inlet and river are worthy of Improve- -

length, including these lower portion, ment by the general government. Fresh:: Fruits i: i Seasc

II 130 miles It has natural connection
..,- SIACK.DKAUCHT tenr Con"lpMlo..
and
with the ocean at Jupiter Inlet at

Indian River Inlet, 25 miles to the north -
LIKE A Tntxr IN THE NrOT11'
ward of the mouth of Santa Lucia river. ANNUAL 31ITTUOUO LOGICALSUMMAUY Consumption come A Blight cold, Gilt-Ed.ge Flour: a Specialty]

There are two bars to be cro wed In FOIL TIII Y):An with your system in the scrofulous

passing from the ocean to the river,chan condition that' caused
nel these Inlets. The depth of 1804, TITUS\LL1., FLA. by impure
through Co
blood, i i" enough to fasten it upon Clyde Steamship
water them Is variable deluding ,
upon you. That is the time when neglect
upon the condition of the weather. The yearly mean temperature was 71.3 and full of
delay are danger.
J Ilakrr which differ but a fraction of a degree
The outer bar Is from one-fourth to one-
North Pembroke, M**S. from the mean temperature for the past Consumption is Lung-Scrofula.
mlf.mile offshore from the mouth of the eight years You can prevent it, and you can

After the Grip Inlet, and the Inner bar lies between the The highest monthly mean was 80 5 In cure it, if you haven't waited too

Inlet and the river channel. At the In- August; the lowest 61.8 In December. long with Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical f

Relief from Hood's Sarsaparflla than River Inlet there Is now depth of The August highest 20;temperature the lowest 18 05, on, occurredon December Discovery. That is the most

Wonderful and Permanent. six feet upon the outer bar, and at Juplty :Will. 'potent blcxxl-clean, strength-

.C. 1. Hood & Co., Lowell Mm: Inlet the latest Information I III to the The temperature registered above noon : storer, and flesh-builder that's knownto ..
"I had kidney trouble and severe paws In 10 different of the while In .
effect that BO far an navigation I II concerned days year, : medical science. For every disease
uv back, whlek wa brought about by a cold Itl\lJ\ : these were 24 day on which the
that has be reached
contracted while ID camp at Innflvld 4a 1MXI i It Is practically cloned.! An opening maximum exceeded 00) to throughthe

hsv been trouhled more wr leu ilnM that existed at one time about one mile The greatest departures from the blood like Consumption for

time work and much have teae tiro any unlll.lle1o IIftlll I do rerelvet anjr iieavy only I to the southward of the present Santa monthly averages occurred in Januaryand Scrofula in all its forms Weak

temporary: [ krJr m medlelnec. Lest iprlng wlili Lucia Inlet at what wan then known all March the mean for those months Lungs Bronchitis, Asthma and all New York, Charleston and Florida line
1 had an 110 grip, which left me being 3 and 3 5 respectively above the is the
closed severe, lingering Coughs, it
This
Gilbert's bar. gradually
A Bad Ceugh, Vary Weakph.lclllly.ln average. The coldest part of the day, only ffitaranteej remedy. If it -- -- -
tact my .,.teta wa completely from natural causes, and for manyjreais as shown by a continuous record of the doesn't benefit have The magnificent Steamships of this Line area;
run dowil. I tried a"otll. of Hood I Bariapa- has not been used. It Is now cowered temperature occurred at about 5 a. m, or cure, you
rule and It made me left no touch better that I with athlck| growth mangrove bushes. the warmest from noon to 1 p. m. your money back. pointed. to sail as follows :
continued taking It,"lid have taken all bottle The average dally range of tempera. Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.
lean
wonder lor I have ant been Santa Lucia inlet as stated above
It Asa done me a* ture was 15.tt, being greatest In February
to lre Iran my old pain and trouble Hoc theHood's the The proprietors of Dr. Sage's Ca- (STANDARD TIlIE.)1
artificial opening made In narrow and least In !September and the average From Js, ,k..U
tarrh know that their medicine From New Torkr
strip of land which separates the Indian daily change of temperature, I. e., Remedy (Pier 211. E. R.1 STEAMER '"1.,101..
Cures from the The citizens of the dally differences of the mean temperatures perfectly) and permanently cures Wednesday. 1k-c. :28. at 3.00 p tn YEMASSFE..Ttees.lay! Jan 1. c. ',1'1 I
River ocean. was 3.0, being greatest In February Catarrh. To prove it to you they Friday. '. 2M. at 3.:10 I' m..... Al.lt(1NtCIN.: Thursday "" 3. ,a 'I
Qd leut the necesidties .SE311N11iE..Sunday'. 8 II l on?
war. I consider Hwid*flaraparllla a the vicinity Impelled by Monday. 81. at a.IMII' m.
and least In July and August make this offer If can't e '
Tuesday a
: cure
they .15(5)1'OIS. cal
300
Ja 2.t m :
.BitEH, tVedeesday p .
bleiilngtotheiiiarrlng" ViLXUM: of their and desirous of open- :: :: : ; itKEE..Tleursday; : 14 .
commerce The daily mean temperature was be- what Friday, 4: at 3(5) p m.Iei I (rodMonday
Catarrh matter
North iembroke Man your no your ... ..YEMASSLE.Seenday( 1:1. .t t '" ,..
Ing some kind of a port to which vessels low 32 on one diy above 41 on 3 is (500 in cash. .AI.U4'\III'IX: .Teeeday lit, lt case they'll
Hood'" Pill "'nre Constipation byteslor. of light draught could be Induced to above 1.10 on :V>1 days, above 50 on 334 pay you Friday Wednesday. o 11.I.ata.llllplll at 3.00 I' m...... 1ItII-1oL.... Thursday, .. 1., II mv1
Ing Ike pertctalUc+otlo of the tllmenUrf eauaL days, above 68 on 24.4 days and above 77 Monday. H. at 8.($ V m.lReHI'01S. (Sunday. u 20, It 12N1 I I
come and establish trade with them at on 101 days. The maximum temperature Wednesday. 111, at a.oo I' III. CH.IUK.E: Tuesday 2'!. al 1-11")
their and with their own Friday. u 1M, at 3.03 I' 01.... 'YEMASSEK.. Thursday 24. al tilt
own expense during every month of the year was miles au hour. Monday; 21. at 3.00 I' m ..AI.IIUSjt.I-i.: Sunday. 27. al ).Pe
HIICIFTiKK. :TC. labor, cut a trench thirty feet wide above 80. The minimum temperature Dense fogs occurred on 0 different days Wednesday, 23. at 3.00 I' 01 .SEMINOLE.Tuesday. 2\1, a1 '.',
the surf bank. This was finished was below 32 on but two days In De- of the Friday. 2Ii. at 11.00 I' m. ..IRlltjl'OH4. .., Tltur.oIa, u 81. at lint
through year. Feb 3.
atlftJI1Wean"lay
nt..CieERKEE..Snnday:
)Ionda,. 211. at 3.00
Free and cember. The mean of the three consecutive J. E. LA.Nol'KTTF., I' ... Tuesday, O. at ::
at low tide of October 0, 1892. 311. at 3.00 p m..Y\A88KE. I.JIJ)
warmest 84 In
days was August
Observer.
a Direct.
For Sew York
The water In the river at that time being and the mean of the three consecutive\

Accepted :Masons higher than ocean rushed out through coldest days was 35 In December.
The rainfall 4.J.72: Inches Robes pierre was fond of reading poetry Jacksonville Lines.boU
the opening carrying with It large quantities yearly was I Philadelphia and .
t aloud his friends.
which Is about four Inches less than last to
tV" of sand. Since that time the ebb year and 8.21 Inches below the average : Weeklvservicebetwee.Jseksonvllle! and i'biladelt.his' cslling at Charleston, S. Car
Indian Tthev\11e\ and flow of the tide has enlarged this a* shown below the departures from the i ..eHf..'. WINE OFCOBOUI for female di.....*. The fast freight Steamship. "felaware". and "WIny.b" are alPoe.ted to sail u ha.

laver Wia.Lodge. 'No.. 90 opening until It Is now nearly a quarterof normal being given for each month: I FROM PIIILADKLPHIA. STEAMSIIIp. FROM JACKSONVILLE DIRK

a mile wide, with a depth of from 12 January, plus 1.47; February minus $t 00 Reward $tOO. Wednesday, December 22th. .. WI Y All.. .Sunday. December 1'
2.55; )March minus 1.00; April minus : December 20tb. ..BOWDEN.. Sunday, January I
Between
fourth Fri. to 15 feet In its deepest part. 1.05: minus 3.34 June minus3. I Saturday
fee Mmnd and May 37
Hold IU Uir ; ; ; I:
.. WINY All.. .
will be 6th. .Sunday,
day of saeb wmaiiv, at the burt l bouMTltua1I.IUY., this and the river channel there Is a wide July plus 0 49: Aug., plus 1.76; Sept., The readers of this paper Saturday, January "
vie ..t7osp.r.Jjd.aDEl October I. pleased to learn that there I II at least one Saturday, 12th. ..BOWDEN.. Sunday, f.'
: .. sand flat about one mile In extent having plus 6.50; minus 2.32; November dreaded disease that science I II able to Saturday, 19th. WINYAH..Sunday t' t:
MKSH1HTS minus 0.31 and
see. W an average depth of about five feet 1.01),. The greatest, monthly December rainfall minus 11'1\1'' cure In all Its stages, and that Is catarrh Saturday 6tb. .BOWDEN.. .Sunday. February :?

upon It, with a least depth In the deepest In September when 14.40 Inches fell, : Hall's Catarrh Cure I* the only positive

OK rVTHIAfl water across It of about three feet. and the least was In April 0 17 Inches. cure now known to the medical rater Ste Johns River Linc.
1Ie..1..... l.. ., V>. M.knlite It* nwetlaK atk In front of the opening and The greatest! rainfall In any consecutive nlty. Catarrh being a constitution
Immediately
Court home taw *nt f..nr Thursday even disease requires constitutional treatment
Inn of each iw..ta>,at**'eI<...k Ji.unB about one-half mile off shore there Is a 24 been Wall 04 Inches on September ,Hair Catarrh Cure I* taken internally .

I>. 0.....".. C. L.JIniM reef of rocks on which the ocean swells 25th Fifty-one and 20th.thunder storms occurred at acting directly upon the blood For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points c
C 1t..efIL AH;
C.
break. The width of this Is variously or In the Immediate vicinity of station and mucous surfaces of the system the St. Johns River.

estimated at from 50 to 130: feet. The during the year, the greatest number thereby destroying the foundation of
IXIUN RIVER(WLIUS. being in July and August. the disease and giving the patient The Elegant Iron tlde-Wbeel Steamers
of water at a point availablefor
over the constitution
depth
Drill at the Armnry. over county jaltever There were 170 clear days 172 partly strength by building up OF saagsortrvrt.z4orrx : "
*nd and 4tk rumday evening I* the luuatn,at entrance to the cut Is about eight cloudy days and 23 cloudy days. and assisting nature In doing its work. ,

lo'cluck. X.T. FKAWKK,Cajitaln. feet. On the outside deep water comes Rain to the amount of .01 Inch and The proprietor have so much faith In CAPT. w. A. S1IAW,
boldly to the reef while on the Inside over fell on 115 days. March Octobers it* curative power, that they offer One
.. up and December bad the greatest number Hundred Dollar for any case that It .drxLDc: :$ De3B 111.YFF
In It* Immediate vicinity the depth t falls to Send for list of testmoni-
of clear days 20 each had the cure.
CH I1IUH: It& July CAPT. T. W. LUND JU.
,
from 15 to 20 feet, and then shoals up to greatest number of partly cloudy days ale
EPISCOPAL CHI KCH.fcrvloes the shore. 20; and June had the greatest number Address, F. J. CHENEY & CO, Toledo Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville dally except Saturday at 1:30 p. 01..and trim Pent'
of cloudy days 7. There O.jySold. dally except Sunday,at 1/:00 a. m.
The reef seem to be a continuation of were no cloudy
.. each
the lit a d Jrd ftuaday days In either March April May July by druggists 75c. 80 TH kOl'NU. )
,
month at II a'a''i: andtJilp. m. HundavMbmvery : a rocky ledge that shows upon the shore Read down. 8CHEDCLE. I NORJp'fu':
Nun4ay J, p. m Evening I rarer a or August
.p. ui on Wednesday*. Lltaiy aervlo* ever,. about one and one-half miles to the July had the greatest number of rainy Swift liked to write In bed. Lea.. 1.30 1'. m. ........ .... ......... ....JI\.ko..n.llle.... ......... .... ........ Aeeee ,...,

Friday at 10 a. mREV. B F. .....II, ROOMMTPRE8IIYTEIUAN northward of the cut. The theory acted days 22; and March the least 4. The Charles II spent much of his time In :: 8.43 see: a.: :: :::::::::::.:::::::::::::::.Palstka.Astor.I .::::::::::::::::.::::::::::: Leave ::r

upon by those who made the cut was, average cloudiness. for the year was 3.7, cc ..30 a. m. .......... .... .... .......I\t. Frand....................... .... 1.51'I
being greatest In June and least In chemical laboratory. 11.30 a. m. ............ ........... llere.ford.......................... 12roI"
CHCRCH that this reef guided the littoral sands, April. The average humidity was high Fox the orator found his greatest e09 a. m: :::::::::: ::::.::::::::.Blue RF.ring. :: 11.51.
which In this work to the southward Arrive 5.105.m. : ...Santord ..:::::::::::::::::::::::::: viol
Rervla.ver Sabbath,at II sin. and Tnon"mflabuath .,,I vicinity CHI In January and September and lowest pleasure In gambling. I -I 12Ii a. .... .......... ................Enterprl... ............ .......... w 1312;.:
school at ;W a. m thrUUan End* past this point and would prevent la April.

vor Wednesday meeting at at I p/':la 30 |>All. m are. .prayer m.nlUllylnvw meeting*.1 any accumulation In front of the opening Ihe pievalllng direction of the wind Emerson declared that he composed General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St., JacksonvILM ,

to attend UEV: \\. T. BAUC, Ps.ke. that would have a tendency to clone It. was northwest and east; being east for best when walking.Try .M.CLTDEA.T.M., F.M.IRONKO.VGKRJKFla.ras*.Agt
April May and June northwest for 5 Bowling Green New York. 88 West Bay Si Jacksont Uk'
It Is observed that at all other openings January November and December and 8UCIt.OUUGHH..for Djtpcptia. TBEO O.Rooza.T. M, Jan L. HOWARD, Fla.Fr't Agt* ,

MKTIIOWST Cllt'RCILRenlee. along this portion of the coast there I In variable during the balance of the year. Howling Green N.w York. Foot HoginBt.,Jack oniill<.fA
at Tltusvtlla every first and thin acolI.tanhtrugttle between this force and The average hourly velocity was 11.3 Charlemagne was fond of hunting. .J COLE, Passenger Agent J. A. LESLIE,Sujwrintendent

Aahlwlh ttelltath at at II 11 a.a.in m.andTp anil 7. i.n.1>. m O..lflCln.10,1; Mini. fourth tlione which act to keep the Inlets open. miles being !greatest In October 13.8, Tamerlane was an expert chess player. Howling Green New York. Foot Hogan St,jacku,nviU<,,''
ftabtiath at 11 a. m. and I p. in; Ijtllranirrfourth and least In August 8.2. The greatest D. D. C. MIKK G. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,Philadelphia.
Hablutth at a p' in I'rayer uweilng.evrrTtmrsday ) It too often happens that the closing average velocity occurred between the Buffon's only amusement was walking. WM. P. CLYDE CO., General Agent
at TlUuvllle, at T M u'rko k
night
W H.HTRnmrvm force predominate It wa also thoughtI hours from a to 4 p. m., and the least Bach's favorite pastime was gardening. II So. Delaware A v.,Philadelphia. B Bowling Green.New' To
from 5 to A which
Paaior a. m., correspondsvery
I that If channel could be blasted
I a nearly to the mean maximum and Roscoe Conkllng was an excellent ama-
through this reef a larger quantity of minimum temperatures for the day The tuer boxer.
'
BAPTIST Tilt KCH1Te Savannah
I I the water would go In and out through average dally movement was 272 miles Florida & Western Railway
* velocity
.ds,.. i rser Mnetmin every TunMlay eveningITorliH : i the rut, and thug create a greater depth. year of his day.
k. Hong Hvrvli-e rrlday evening was Oil miles, from the northeast on In Effect
every January 0, 1805.Slioit .
at t u.O'.II. Hiinday H.h
1*a. UL All are unrdUllv. Invited A..DKKIEII t<> atlrndII. Pub. vicinity ol the mouth of the Santa Lucia 40 miles and over occurred on 12: different The most remarkable cures of scrofulaon "'\Vayerot'.i ; Line.

baa a depth of seven and one-half feet days of the year. record have been accomplished by

CATUOUC t.in'KCHRervlM and a width of about one-fourth mile. one There killing was frost one In light,February frost In and January one in, I unequaled Hood Sarsaparilla.for diseases This of medicine the blood.is I. *; Six Through Fast Express Trains Daily +

at 10 a. m.every Humlay, In hall ore The Santa Lucia river from Its mouth December besides a very destructive i Take Hood's.Hood's .
only
I. uan Ri.er HUM honk. l'blldren's cauxhl.mM4
.. to the of the north and south freeze on December 20th, on which date
>. up junction The Savannah, Florida & Western Railway Is the direct and most popular IJ
REV J. F.OHwvLC, Re t4ir. brant hen, a distance of six and one-half the temperature felllo..er than has ever
before been recorded at this station and Till are hand made and per to and from _
edits, has a navigable depth varying probably the lowest temperature uniformly fect In proportion and appearance. 25c.

Y. 1\1. C. A. from eleven to eighteen feet. A depthof known all over the state since the FLOeZD..A. -

of The the r.tutaranndaysft.nws.n Y. M.t', A. will I* hell I'rater every meeting Huuday tight feet can be carried for about five great freeze of 18.15 On the morning of -Tbe ADVOCATE don't cost you three .,

alt.rllucou. at Sin: p. m.. at 'h. I..b wrlaaeburch miles farther up the north branch. This Dee :20th the temperature at this place cents per week postage Included when And Is the Only Through Car Line to all Principal Points
\lutll further notice.INDIAN fell to 18 5 degrees, while In the great taken by the year.
branch Is capable of being made navigable freeze of 18Xtl the lowest point reached North East
for light-draft boats for a farther distance here was 22, and tins records of the -When you go to Jacksonville stopat and "West.
the Carleton hotel Under its
of fifteen or twenty mile lielow eather Bureau office then at Sanford, present. Train for 'anbLeLoulsville
will be Waycr08l. Thomal\'lIle. !
management you pleased. Montgomery New Orleans
ICIVKIt AN1 HANTA ,
show that It fell to 21 at that
place. The
the forks and lu the vicinity of the mouthof Cincinnati and !St. Louis leave Jacksonville at SM L'n..
l.l'CIISI.J T, the river there is harbor room for a mean temperature on that day was Jit -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine Trains for H00.1 Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Cincinnati, Chi ''' II

considerable number of vessels drawing degrees The damage, or 0 degrees caused below by this killing freeze front.was Titusvllle No. one, f3 Ha.; No. two #10; No. three, $S d the West Trains leave for Jacksonville at 8:20 a. m., and 0 JO p. m. ?

Itrport of Major Ilumlbiir to from ten to twelve feet provided achan- enormous, and even at this date can New York, leave Savannah Jackeonvllle Charleston Richmond, Washington philadelphIa*
730: a. m., 11:(S a. m. and SaO p. m.
hardly lie estimated and aside from
the total ion of a Urge proportion of the A. FROSCHER maps, etc., call on local agents, or addre.a'

maintained at reasonable expense: from fruit and vegetable crop it Is evident Undertaker & Embalmer D. W. WRE W' )I. DAVIDSON, Gen. rail" u ,
H. ItefMiniBtMid the Iniiroveuient olKlver this point to the ocean. that young orange tree and pineapple Pass. Traffic Manager. Savannah Ga. Jacksonvli rl1
'l'ITl'8\'aLLE.
mt lulet A harbor even of limited capacity in plant. were injured and which will be FLORIDA.
more apparent a* the season advances. A full supply of Coffins, Cases and
Major JUndlmry'i iejH; >rt on Santa this ,vicinity would accommodate
The climatic features of the 1804 Casket on hand. Funerals attended if
year
Lucia Inlet and Imllaa River I lass fol light-draft coasting vessels and those have not been altogether favorable to desired. All order promptly executed

low.: trading In the Bahama and West India the &jrlculturallntere.tI In thin section at reasonable price. Orden by telegram

!Santa Lucia Inlet I. *n artificial o|> 'n- Islands would be a great Impetus to the The month of February March April or mall promptly attended to.

log made through the narrow strip ol, development of trade and commerce on and May were greatly deficient In rain
fall and the long drouth wa not
and which separate Indian Hlvcr on the Last Coast of Florida, and would add broken until the first part practically of JACKSONVILLE STEAM DYE

the Eaat Coast o( Florida from the At- much to the wealth of the couatry June, and while that month wa also deficient

Untie ocean It U located about north Whether it Is practicable to make such a In rainfall the showers were sufficient WORKS.

Utltudu :27 degree 10 niluutea, and Immediately harbor In this locality or not will best be to revive the orange grove which
were beginning to differ JOB:
to the eastward the determined very severely The ;y PRINTIN04
of junction by further Investigation! and from the protracted drouth above establishment U under new

.f the Santa Lucia with the Indian river study On the 25th and 2tth of September atypical managemente positively guarantee

which at this point baa a width of two The present commerce of this Inlet is, West India hurricane passed our work equal to that of any northern
.
mllei On the United State pout survey of course, very small Some light-draft over this section and while the force of city.Gents' OF ALL KINDS AT THE "ADVOCATE" OFFICE
the wind was not as great as during the Clothing Cleaned
or Dyed.
chart No. 1W of the East Coast ol schooner and sloop are sailing from of
gale 1KJ, the rainfall accompanying
Florida the position of this opening li I here to the Bahama and return. From the gale wa excessive and probably did Ladles Goods Cleaned or Dyed.

marked a* Prospect Inlet" theopeoingof the Inlet to the present as much damage as the wind Itself. Dying Silk and Cleaning good of the

date the record In the office of the collector The highest velocity attained during most delicate texture a Specialty Send
the gale w a* Or mile an hour from thenortheast for price list
:1, of custom show that there have
but for t"J hour the
nearly MAIMURD BROS .
uiQut, down to the iiioutb of tb 1 I WeD 13 XewDaa it., Ju ksonvHle, Props.o. Fla














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8. Evcarrr. THUS.J.o'Hiu i. !
fit STAGE GLINTS. The Now Y_r

B. EVERETT & CO. \J Grace Fllklni. is to play Nell Dorryla I I FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS.{
Klaal n 00''' II Mrsip: illt\ leading
the Shore Acres"
+ FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. + + .... company. everything lu i he \\"j u' imilUtu. hIliir
The Nellie Chandler Women's orchestra linpoitiiiit parllialm, n.,infly: I DE.A.X1..DOrLN' dJ: LIMI3A.tTC.:II.:
Wholesale and Retail Dealers Is now on tour. There are 16 playersIn limn!** NirsipHtill lia*
It. 1. The largest ante In the world. It FOUNDERS MACHINISTS. :

INDIAN RIVER Maurice Barrymore and Virginia accvoipllsht IRON and BR.\sH TEAM Mil NAPUTHA
SHE HAD IT. 2. The greatest i cures lit the world!,
OYSTERS TURTLE & darned will star jointly in "Tba Dano- It has CASTINGS Iii" KXMNESBlMLniL'W
1I1 SH, Bat Her Ilroth.r. la..ppctrta Arrivalapollod Ing Oirl" next season. X The largest Laboratory In the | -
Everything.He : COLUMNS A {[ : and GENERAL: RKPAJJl-
A manager, calling the attention of w..*Vf.
GAME was anything rather than hand traveling companies to the attractionsof What more ran be sai4 1 1l,>fttl'l Sar< M-ECtAI.TY. IXOACCCnATELYDONKPiilles. t

some, but he had unexpectedly fallen his house, states that it is lighted Mpartlla ha merit; U peculiar to Itself
) otels and Dealers Supplied. heir to a lot of money. She was a sweet With aad moat of all. Howl's S rlllll''rll1arunll. | Hsntrera and Boxes In stock; Saw Mandils of all sires jnlshed! ; AnahlUcti
girl, and her mirror told her that if her gIlLPaderewlkll. If you are alck. It U the medl tonal work; Marine and Stationary Boilers repaired; Special attention crVeft to
AHCH HOUSE: West Palm Beach, Fla. face was her fortune she was something going beck to England, riM for you to take. Marine Work
and he is booked for a recital in Glasgow -
of an heiress. Office and Shops at end of Viaduct Riverside.
I next month. Ha is to play In several
Professional Cards. They met accidentally one afternoon, provincial towns. IK vor xr.ia: ) SEll? JACKSONVILLE.
FLAV
and he walked home with her. :

mot .. Ronniirs. WALTERS.GKAHAM. "Do come in," the caid. "I see they "A Student of Salamanca," adapted ST. ArwvrmK l>ec. 81 1894.
Salvlni ,
from the Italian by Alexander
lOBBINS A GRAHAM have not lighted the gas in the parlor THE WALTON RAPID CALKING
MACHINE
been added to
Hester has
k yet but that doesn't matter. We can and Paul just ft'rfi/orn AdnicnltFront :
,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, hare a cozy chat, quite like old times." Mr. Salvini's repertory. authrol ports It la found that

"Well, if you wish it, I will come In addition to "Ole Oleson," "Pete the fruit and vegetable crop of the entice Patented the United States, Great Britain and t'anadx
FICS: HOURS:From 10 to 11 a. m., in." Peterson" and a few other alliterative state has boon seriously by the

And 2 to 4 p. m. "Of course I wish It. I haven't lOOn pieces, there is a Swedish comedy m the extreme cold weather" on inured lh and in Use by some of the Principal Boat Bolide In the Gaited States.

TITUSVILLB:, Brevard Co., Florida. yon for apes, and we used to be snot road styled "Swan From Sweden." n>th Inst. The management of the J., ,
o. Box. 08. M. A. A I. H. railway, In sympathy wltli
good friends nntU""Untn it that curious
Will practice In all courte-4tate and fed Strange as may seem, the growers, and realizing that the loss,
yon never had time to accept, and reckless hodgepodge, "A Trip to both to the and to the railroad TITUS VI LI.E, rU Ittu\\.
growers
'perlal: facllltle. for examining and perfect Invitations. hit in London .
my Chinatown has made a Is great and that the -- ,
land title. company, very -- --
i ,; Money to Loan. "I was completing my education, you and has parsed its seventy-fifth night quickest recovery from this loss lies In anew

know and my lessons kept me so busy." there. crop of vegetables hence, to partially WE DELIVER

b ......FORGE: W. MORTON,' "Bnt yon were out when I called." Patti has admitted to being born in meet the contingency, this eompnrkj ;'f 1 t:

J "Yen-er-the doctor ordered plenty 1843. Yet she has not forgotten "The will furnish vegetable feftto a reasonable
NOTARY PUBLIC, of exercise in the air." extent) free to such of Its patrons
open for she it
Last Rose of Summer sang a' desire{ to avail themselves of this

Jiiaiwood," .' Canaveral, '. Florida. "No"Bnt, yon I suppose dldn'hooJIl not. The on the fact street"is that in London wanted at morel a $5 concert, and the people offer signed may, who with will Information i>We fnrnUh as to the location ulster, A Piano or OrganAT

Conveyancing carefully executed mnch made awfully near
so study me
Mr:Tree announces as his American acreage and kind of t'd desired.
l'edll. mortgages, Satisfaction, etc.,, sighted. repertory "A Bunch of Violets," "John It la necessary that requests for seed AOUK NEAREST RVILROVD: STATION, with complete outfit, subjectto
blanks on hand. : "H'm. You know that my uncle died a-droams, "The Red Lamp," "The be sent In promptly,, In order that the approval after a trial In your own house N,> money rvtiulml until you are
I recently?" "Hamlet" and "Mer variety amt required may be thoroughly satisfied. Our I primes are as low as any house la this Tolled States and
t "I think I heard something of It. Ballad Monger, ordered without, delay.W. our terms are so reasonable anyone cAn purchase and payor an Inntrumint.

t flNOR S. JONES, How sad!I',' ry Wives of Windsor. J. JAiirtx, The Celebrated CONOVER. .

i \ ."Very-for him. Among the companies that have gone General Freight Agent. The Renowned FISCHER. Y PIANOS.

t t ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. "By the way, do you remember the to the wall within a few days are The Beautiful SCHUBERT I
t tintype we had taken together one day?" "Suwanee River," the Paris Gaiety :Salt rheum often appears In coM And KINGSBURY.
TUSVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA "Of coarse I do. What a Jolly time Girls the Royal Entertainers,the American weather, attacking the palms of the hands

t t County Judge of Brevard County. we had!1""Hadn't Players, the buck Opera. Troop, and other parts of the huI,. Ilood'i Vocallon. Aeollon, Farrand & Votey CHICAGO COTTAGE

t we? I're always kept it on "Booties' Baby" "Gettysburg" and Sarsaparilla, the great blood. purifier. ORGANS.

e e my writing desk?" "Josh Spruce by." cures salt rheum. Brass and small Instruments, Muslo and Booka. Welts us; we will sate }'011mOllt'Y.
i '. L. OADLDEN, J. T. 8.\I
Notary thought of me? How I have misjudged ODDS AND ENDS. Hood's Pill are the boat after-dtnnei
AULDEX &: SA DERS, !" pills assist Indigestion, cure headache, 1lio ..l V. :U. Clnupl)('11 Oo.

you Out of every nine sudden deaths reported Sic .
ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW "Indeed yon have. I used often to- JACKSONVII.I.K, FI.OUIDA.
of the number i
eight are men.
well mind about that""Well
.r'n::111 liirlila practice, and. In the all United the CVmrts States Courts.O. of the. State never, you see, yon treated me 10 Over 1,000,000 pawn tickets for sums Socrates AA said to bo the unites!

O. Box,J35. TtTUSVILLK, FLA. coolly that"- under 10 shillings are issued weekly in man of his time. NORTH FLORIDA LEADS IN PRODUCING -;-- :=

r Money to Loan. 18 "Oh a girl often has to conceal her: London.A Queen Victoiladuring her youth\ was

is, I-I have taken great 225 gold in the shape
Ii feelings-that ounce nugget
JOWELL TITUS, pleasure in that old picture. I wall of a horseshoe has been discovered at I fond of aichery.McElree'8. #_ # *; THE FINEST NURSERY STOCK ,

I showing it to Brother Charley only the Hargraves, Australia.
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW. For the Whole South and especially for the Gulf Coast
other. day. There are not more than 23 Chinese Wine of Carduland
Land "Do know I'd like to see it for: Country. New varieties that promise well and old varieties that have proven a
Practice In State and Fe.dt.ral courts. you in New York. They carefully DRAUGHT
women THEDFORD'S BLACK. an surresa, are Included our list, which give you a rhnnce to experiment\ for yourself -
title) a specialty. Attorney for Board of old time's sake""You
Y avoid the public gaze. for sale by the following merchants In or only plant tested varieties AVe la-ail, and offer the largest list and
<'onut, CommlBBluner,and County Solicitor.! fihalL There comes Charley;
Some of the direst calamities that most complete) collection ever offered liy any one Nursery of Teaches, Jspan I'lumiv
!'. 0.11.x81. TITU8VILLK FLAp now. I'll ask him "to_got it for me. have befallen the old world are tracedto Titusville\ \ : O. I. Alexander. Japan rerslmmons, rapes; rigs>| Mullieriles. Sintliern Apples, 1'eais, ApilcotI'runes ,.

Charley, here is Mr. the destruction of forests. J. B. Screven. Pecans, Walnuts Chestnuts Almontls, Hardy Oranges and Lemons, ornamental
FREEMAN HALL "No need to tell me who it is. I trees, vines sumo)., etc., and last hut nut least, !Ibises of which we hav
know that voice.. Glad to see yon, old Hungary glass furnaces are built In over 75 varieties, all ent-dtor grown and most kind Grafted and budded. '111'1'nt
C ATTORXEY-AT-LAW man." the forests, which are used for fuel Walton's Rai>ld Calking 1IIacbl,., >w Catalogue describing In detail every kind and variety of fruits and roses I-.lt.

"Charley, won't yon run up stair When the nearby timber is gone, a new $5.00, $10.00, and $13 00 each. In use. able for Southern planting, Is now ready and will bo mailed free on application.Wliolraal \ .

TITISVILLE, FLORIDA. and get me that picture of Mr. Wills furnace is built. by many of the principal boat-builden and lleUII l'n IUNA \MIOI.rSALK:! IIMKKII9.! ...

Agency for Fire and Accident Insurance and myself? I was showing it to yon the It bos been ascertained by experiment In the North' :bee pamphlets and testlmonlals I"'CL.NN\. linker ('o., FIOItlllA. W. II. olllr..INtJ. Vr |W

In the best and strongest, com other day. Yon remember which one in the feeding of corn and wheat to -..------'- ..--..- --- -
.
pastes. .. it was, do yon not?" hogs that corn makes lard, and that Drugs

"Don't I? Yon said you had just fished wheat makes lean muat Notice Facts Worth Notice ,

BISCAYNE BAT, DADE COUSTYJW it out of a lot of old rubbish' A Bangor man bought a large tract Asniguee- Patent Medicines
,
E\VATT, "Charley 1" of land for $160 some years ago and sold To all and singular the creditors of the
U. S. COMMISSIONER "And intended to make use of it now for who subsequently '
it to another man $20,000
of Titusville
firm of 1'iwe & Doyle,
Notary Public State at Large. that his uncle had left him a fortune. cut off $300,000worth of logs Florida : A Hint to the Wise Is Sufficient. Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles

Lands Selected; Conveyances made. "Charley, you mast"'I Probably the largest existing painting, are hi-rcliy notified that the almvr
t I orrespondence solicited. Address: 'Beauty and the Beast' was written YOU n flrin Imn inailH an awilKiitn i>f al ; Kept constantly on hand atJ.
excepting panoramas, is one in the salon real and wnMinal >ro >' (exceptsuch TO REPAIRING
the back of It-ha bat By the of Its ( | | rty DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY
!
View Hotel Cocoanut Grove on way
Bay fiircml
of the doges, in Venice. It is by Ro- a*In eieinjit liy law from *al ) to
Office, Ewau's Landing. that is Bob Marigold in there with yonisn't the un.I.IKn"Nl. andiiuhuf ]r..u .. live with 13. ScrovoiiDicuo s
busta and is 84 feet long by 84 feet wide.
t'lurlda required within elit,
his face. In the III.t..r are ;
it? I can't see
Thirty years' 'srsttitalexperience: iiial-
j clan! It' ale with ni. sworn Utrniantn of you |
Bnt tho silence that had fallen In An English judge dismissed an indictment re_'imtlve claim* against the firm of IV JIH IIIos the assertion that\ your watches I STOIU':,
r GEORGE W. ALLEN, that room was like that of the grave.- against a pickpocket who had >yl ,and nui'h of you a* live without the rltafc clocks and 1 jewelry ,,11I1", promptly antiskillfully
Chicago Tribune. thrust his band in man's empty pock. are month.r...inbred to nle such statements within foil repaired at living prices by the Also the latest Newspapers, Tcrlodl.\

\ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, et on the ground that as there was noth W- M BROWN, undersigned.lUgisterml. cats, etc.

Effective If Mot Beeponelv. ing to steal no offense was committed.An j.nlHebl Assignee thousands of repaired '

I Key West, Florida A bright youth undergoing examlna examination of the soil of graveyards watches since A. 1>. 1804, and we still W H, GLEASON & CO"ATTOItNBYH

t II Will practice In the United Statei tion for admission to one of the government made by Dr. James B. Young Iii Circuit Court, Itrard Conn which register date I many buck prominent Fl year patron These names are, ,

Ij I and State Courts. Ojun05! departments fonnd himself confronted Edinburgh Royal society, shows thai ty, riorhlu. living testimonial, of mutual satlsfao- IN LAND CASES
t with the question: it does not materially differ as regardsthe tlon as to Ilk III. 'Stiaws show which
j "What is the distance from the earthto amount of organic matter it contains way the wind blow" Bust reference TITLES TO fcl'ANISH JRANTS EXAMINfcD .

D R. B. L. WILLS, the sun?" from ordinary soiL Mary M. \H Wllliur et. al., )[ In Chancery.U. furnished. : AND PERFECTED.

Not having dm exact number of mile Franklin Anderson, et al. J W. C. (I. BRANNINO,

with bins he wrote in reply: The Real Question. lees mail before Titusville .'Ia.1'rlntlnlC
l PHYSICIAN A SURGEON AFFIDAVIT: baring: :kWAo..n. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RE-
helli-f of altlant I).
'
"I am unable to state accurately but "Pat, what do yon think of the argn Juan Anilm-win and Wllllau. SUlIVEYI OBTAINED,
riTUlsVILLE, FLORIDA. I don't think the sun is near enough fc 0 I ments against wife beating?" *>'mmir, ilffemlant the above entitled snit, of all kind done at the
Interfere with a proper performance of "They be one sided, sorr. Fhat I wantto are each over the am of it jrran and rmlile withnut ADVOCATE ollioe. Defective Homestead and Pre-Emptlon
OFFICE::-Hutchinson Avenue, near: the Htate of Florida, tu-wlt: In the city of Entries Corrected and Perfected.
On my duties if I get this clerkship. know is, lies me woife eny roight to Chicago! lllinni,etc.
Indian River hotel. He got it-Queenslander.A lick me wid de poker?"-Boston Con Now, therefore, yon, 1). Franklin: Anderson; Department
Joan Anderson and Illlaiu Hxyuiour are eai I
rier. reaulretl toap|>rar to the lull of complaint hereIn solicited
lUaeonabU Requeet. at the clerk ornee ..f thlionnrt In Tltuivlllet Correspondence

lulls' ASPINWALL, Husband-My dear I want to ask you An FnpUaunt Reminder.He and, npon to the answer ant :'::301r.I.. Mann due unreal, A IlJn EAU GALLIE FLA.

one favor before yon go off on that long -It doesn't seem possible that w< talerwlatheauiewlllis taken an ronfemwil.
were once engaged. It i* further dlrtM'f visit
llnheil with little a* lie, In the
aa delay uiay
HEAL
ESTATE A INSURANCE.
: Wife-A thousand, my love. What She-What made you think of it? II>IAX UIVKH AUVIM ATK:, once ..,b week, for John B Stetson University
is it? lie-I happened to be looking at that four connoi'utlve weaker ,
i
.
lane at the rlrrk'a inure at Tltntvllle Florida
r \-1'1 OALLIE, FLORIDA. "Don't try to put the house in order ring on your finger.! -Life.An this Uth day.. of January, A It IMJD. DcLaiul riurhlu. *

before yon leave." A. A HTKWART, ,
"It isn't hard work." Advoca. Robbln& Urabam Clerk CIrcuIt Court

F.J.. KENNARD, ARCHITECT, "Perhaps mot, but think of the expense "There goes a man that really and Hoi. for CO"'II't. (I Heal Court.C Inult i Ijialsfehs AriMUtiiijr Pur. : lath, Art Resmi Hi'html fulleice.; anil (Normal'on er>.at School iMu.I.
.uh.t
of telegraphing to yon every timeI truly loves the game of footbalL""I. Healthmeans ... Institution of ant rank ...

ORLANDO, FLORIDA. want to find anything.New York he the captain of the"- heated twenty IIJT HUM etoain.., lighted Hoven I'X elegant elei trlclty.ItnililliiK: Hut,

rrespondence Invited from those de- Weekly. "Great Scott, not He's a druggist! Iii Circuit Court, Iln-vanl County soil old water Iwlb: TlH>n>iililjr .. ulrl.MHlirvninulniii.

.ng artistic work, combined with first .elaaa -Detroit Free Press. Florid so much more than with. Military. I Uriiartnwnt till': fi.r juuut of uien Itiyik-al. library u'l
ws professional service. It 1,111) vnliiiiie. KeailliiK riMnn, with all leaning
and
"1 used to foal a little mean at rob- you imagine-serious and dully awl weakly i>a|.. fifteen What Coasts Nowadays.
Flor.I"
experience: (six In ... .. 'IIstroughly
years .
Klu. 'hing, et. al., IH. einilitpeii rh inlral ant |iny lcallalmraturle
Best of reference to local and bin the beehives, said the tender hearted "I was surprised to hear Brow''''' \ { la Chancery. fatal diseases result from *. tcer.tabulidingfor| Muelo and
(hern clients apU8-ocU farmer, "but since I got to thinkiu book sold so wait It was a miserablypoor It. Franklin Aadereon et al. ) trifling ailments neglected. Art Ib......,..11. wlthartUteof. eetabllekeil ItereinlierVT re|>uta-
In Hevonil term
it I sea that I am doin 'em good. baring been nab by aa at lion.. tlmif gams
over ,
.
Itory.It AFFIDAVIT! : tend for eatabgue giving full Information
I
the eouidalnanu that In hie Don't with Nature's
RUE P ELY, Ef it wa'n't for metakin the honey, all "Yes, but it was beautifully bound, lint ewh of the defendunU herelnaftei. play ,toJOIN I7aldat. .
I 144 r rORBKH,
them bee would be out of work all next know.Truth.. named are over twenty-one yeara of aice, and greatest gift-health.
you thai they reside within the nllwl Blatee but
Hudson (N. Y.) Register.
M. ESTATE, FIRE, LIFE AND summer. without the Stab of blonds' eta If you art tel1.t
-- Looked Thai? Way. It ie,therefore,orilered that you.i'A Franklin out of sort; we..
ACCIDENT INSURANCE. The Heal TroobU. Anderson,Juan Anilenon and W re<>n, nd seaerally ... w. L. DOUGLASriTFO
Notary Public for the But at Large. do appear to> emnplalnanU bill at the ilerkioffice Browns...t.d. aetvoei,
information and Sub Thorpe-I see by the papers that the of Ihla court la Tltuivllle, Florlila I on the : ... ao .......1.. S3 SHOE I..E .raT.
to Government monarchs are all desirous of preserving ant Monday In Man k, A D lean, and wake an- ... caat work, *> AKIH9.fllrCHtll.UUD. .
wer to ulil bill la due murw thereafter, other '
aloocetek
)lELIIOt.'Jt. Z, FUL. ... ... befla ea. CORDOVAN
.
I peace in Europe. win* the will takes ae eoafe md lev Ike BMel reliable tMf"
Yes but some of them want It le further oriuired that this attics I* pubUnhed ctreacihealef
I Jenks- Y with a* little delay. aa may be, one sack Iron .....Iel.. .....,..la. ,,' fllltWilCANWact
to preserve larger pieces than others.- week for four .u_... week In the I.I>IAKIVKB krowa.. .Iroa bit.ters. .3.V POLICE.
Tit-Bits. w AtiviMiTr, puMUhwtat Tltuivllle. r4.laces A few bo. SOLES.
and orilereil at the rlerk't oats al THu.. tea beaeilcomtt '
cace-
I vuie, y..., this Utu Uy of January, A Ii IWM. horn tke ,' l,\9 f,iTaA.IhSiiMlk3.aF,4jT .

A Grew_ CoIIeettOBW A. A. BTK-WAHT, Bitters .try' ant due*-aMM :BaYs'SCltaSHOE1'LAD"S.
t *tt* 9***
Bobbin& Graham, Clerk Circuit Coed
of Coroner
During the three years Ititk, aad It's a
) CAVEATSTRADE MARKsCOPYRIGHTS. Physician Mattern's tenure of office he jaali-f'I.:: for C..I.&. I I Heal Court Tlnalt I pleasant to take. tit:!9(2.ILC H'0I .

has collected a handful of bullets a. hsTP '-.
I of murders in which ha has It Cures mN1 *
CAW mementos
al. ORTA1H A PATEFare Have you wen it ? Seen what Whj a
( '.Pi .. s. and kon rt oumioo,wrtM la in charm of the n.ocno.nua.
aa physician
M_i 1 {'U..1oo ..... ked earl day l..nla > I figured as the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. II Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver Ova OM Millie..>..|>U war 1M

i none..!"""'- r the w6laNd.Meat kanneee.A ."CaeiiiHUilo.U.::; .. autopsies. The lost which bullet ha added took from was you own a sail or row boat don't fall to Neuralgia, Troubles, W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
.o...,., pslst. end kow to eb.k one of 8) caliber, have one on band. It Is great labor .
i as .'h.. Al.oaewtala SW..eh.rhw the brain of Quong Sing Long, the saver, and is patented In the United Constipation, Bad Blood All our shoes.. equally MtlsfactoryTaey

,. +"4::: =.";" Y": A cs ....... I Chinaman who died from the shot fired States, Great Britain Canada etc. A Malaria Nervous allmeauWomea' five the keel value for la ta.*Mey.Tkev ." At.Tlutr ..

n ..':."aatta bronebl a lb.wtalf I..II..A..rlr..aa4 bales the lebte eau. by a fellow Celestial: a few days before. Little Willie-Are yon tongue tied} few of the stat right will\ be sold at s complaints. egsd wearlaf cyaUeai ualltle s..e*are rest styli rp ee4.
,i ... ... the reasonable ligura. to-J. O. Walton -- The nelluiel,....!..pej e>nle.
bvWtae The eobed.d is mashed and bent and Dr. Featberstona course not. Willie Apply Gel awl*the teaalaa-H ku noaied red pekes are
: :4a. ..'utl,111_.......II)t:chi The ballet TUusvllle. Ha. Unease Ike wiapper. Allotkef. aieaak.atiielee. Frea Si te IJ ave4 aver like. _11.*.
.. : 1. aalaUwo.i, :; :. curt..: cae Mattern says that all of the ballets What makes yon think so? Da feceiut of tee ar. sleeps .. U jrwur drabs cutout wpply you w*can. boldly
joj wr.OL.-'f.--e"t a sea y..t. ....Ie bit collection which have paused through Wlllia-fllster says she baa been waiting will sad set e/ Tea) Bea.UIl Warld.
". '" .jJ4.if, a.a, antadw beau."I dented and mUabapen.-Phil. for mouths for you to speak.- ALL kinds of fl.b. game, steak, chops Fair View sad 11-',,*. CEO. B. RUMPH ,
pie sekwa and ba"wrs of see bones are served Monroe at Loaley A aowN HCMICAL Co. aALTIMOKC. MB.
1 etc., by ,
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Life.
.'1 etaw- ._ .. ....wlaa adelphia Record. Brooklyn. ._ Itenaket's. Titusville, Florida.
CuAs.. Ilia.&, ...l.tw ..r.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 25, 1895.
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VTIlles O. JAMES PBITCHABD, President; W. B. BAHJCETT, Vice-Presides

p -INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. 1A HYPNOTISM AS A DEFENCE.In law, which I is required to be pub. Levett Hogg,R.R.M.X. Hlbbcrt Searles,, W.F. W.J. Rowe,, II. W.M. BBOWH,Cashier

; -4 Uhed for sixty days, giving noticeof E. Olds.

"nnnD TO Tin Dtvib Kansas recently a murderer Intention to apply for special the INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM I

WIIIIL I'II &L saved hit neck by putting forth the legislation, and at our request
'' O/tarlrDlAtRlrksAae lion. Robert Morrow, who heartily A.IKO.IA, FLA., Jan. 23, 18ro. ,
UIIIW'Ollrtl nCTIOIII.: noel defence that he had been (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida)
Favors the promptly signed
hypnotized by an of hit vie.tim. project, Editor Adrocatfi I

The jury believed enemy him, and the notice, which appears in this This community notes with pleasure Authorized capital, $100,000Paid

... ......WALT 8. GBABAM. prescribed the gallows for the man Issue. In case the road project the stand the ADVOCATE takes on has the up capital, $25,000
There
the notice of roads.
Improved
should to naught subject
come ,
.*!rTsM...,\I".t" ;Manager, CRAB H.WALTOHiMUnr. who was said to have hypnotizedthe will do no harm if we decide to been much discussion of the matter each Average deposits, $300.00Q
;
one who did the killing, while year, but such discussion has been barrenof
build the road It will have run its
,
the latter let off with results.
was impris-
Washington< Avenue, Tltusvllle hment. full sixty days before the legislature Good roads end means of communlca Transacts a General Batirj

Florida. thus enabling Mr. tlon always characterize a progressive
Indian River, meets,
This is the wherein
first r
case conduces more to Business
Morrow to Introduce an act during community; nothing ,
such a line of defence has been the welfare and comfort of the people. Tir
,IM IU.IM1I.O EVERY FRIDAY. recognized in America, althoughIt the early days of the session, The best Investment any country makes :
Odest! Bank
and the
has been used successfully sev so that we can be enabled, if the Is In Its own Internal Improvements. Largest on Rim
people desire, to issue bonds as It Is needless to point out the present
"Graham eral times In France during the condition of our roads. Lack of funds DIRECTORS:
to
1* made payable 1,
'IB." i. errs may early May
past few It I is dilllcult to has made our officers unable to Jaa.PsmN'nasnW.R.RARvrTT
'wu ,.. ." pnlillnhiTS and proprietors.RnlmrrlpUon. years. county "TlgpM
> There be question as to
', what this line of defence will can no make them better. Every man will of the National Hank of Ja"koonvj> r l
ay the benefits the county will reap whom I have talked favors the project DCRKEK: (IVire-ITesldent Nations vnlackunnvllle \*, )
lead to. It would seem as if It will ), W. 8. GRAHAM an W
I I.
Twelve nmntliis I'-W from the construction of a good of a shell road from one end of the Hiiows.
eta 1.00< not be safe to allow people who arecapable road.It county to the other From the trunk CORREllrO DP. TI\.
Thrre" JWStrlotly of being hypnotized remain line local branches could then be constructed tteabnarri National Hank of New H n ,-,
Is in times when Is ) I h v.tlon IRankotJacksorrille. .w.
single copy, .a at large. If they can be op money to the communities directly; I t.-:;"" -- '
'In artrance. rated upon by the will of another tight and people out of employ. Interested. Thus In a few years a system 1'i" I
established
of roads could be that
should be disbursed .
The alive rats Inrlmle! the payment of post- @o as to be compelled to kill a human ment that money would be a credit to the county and an -
It UK. Niil irrl|>tloiis ran commence anytime liberally for public works. '
are should be The road I
being, they con Index of our progresslveness.
the
during year.l'lornntlnnanl' fined in an asylum.It If the road is built, the cost of construction Is a necessity; by all means let us have THE EDWARD STIL1NG FLORIDA CART
tie male
l of a sonal1 at thin ollU>e or t>y 'riling.MtmUU" is the same old line of de- will be principally payment It. ;

fence which Adam adopted in the of wages for labor. It will Very truly C.yours T. McCAHTV.JKNKEN Made for Sandy Soil Having 3 inch Tread.STI3L3DNTC3, p
or give employment to worthy ,
case of the apple, "the woman made many f
TilE FLORIDA PRESS: ASSOCIATION, him do It." people who lost their crops duringthe '.

AFFILIATED WITH THE!: recent freeze, and enable themto Jan. 22, 189:;. ::1

jfationnt Editorial Anwriation.A4 pull through what threatens to .
Editor Advocate
: I
THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION.J. be the most stringent year ever If
Dear birs-The question\ of a shell road \
ss all communications to the 1'roprle- known on Indian River. through Brevaid county Is one worthy; t
toi, E. Ingraham, of St. Augustine, Success to the road project I It of serious consideration from many; I

(1RAIIAM& WALTOX, has been appointed commissioner will enhance the value of all lands standpoints We have just played a lit-

for the State of Florida to take lying contiguous to the road, and I' tie game of freeze-out, which has resulted .
INDUS WVEU ADVOCATE of the of preparing saleable and In knocking most of our laboring;
charge matter render them prove a people out of employment-at least fur "

TrrnviLLc FLoamA. an exhibit for the Internationaland far greater attraction to home- some time. This county requires mostly .M11-;:: < '". ,!

States to beheld have labor familiar with! -. .... ,
-- --- ----- --- Cotton exposition, seekers than anything we to skilled\ labor-that Is, .1 ..# .. ,
in Atlanta next fell lIon. certain lines of work, and unless they ... ... ,
WHAT are doing to aid th olfer at present, excepting possiblyour .-. : '
you will be under
eW. can get employment they I IED"VV.A..R.D
D. Chipley of Pensacola, and climate. FOR SALE BY -
project of a good shell road f fine the necessity of hunting It elsewhere. -

one end of the county to the other i I S. Paul Brown, of Jacksonville, I think the road can be built upon a : -, r
have been appointed assistant com plan that will not be felt by a citizen of
missioners. A SIIKLL ItOAI FOR 11KKVAIH the county, and at the same time relieveour The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer.

THE good! road scheme canno We think Governor Mitchell has > COUNTY. laboring population by giving them GOGCXSL, Indicm. B.1.'Vcr, J/'IiOXLIIDA: ;
succeed without popular supportThe '. employment. Talk of advertising or j
selected men to handle
competent best advertisement -
fact that nine-tenths of ou of Our Subscribers.EAU booming a countl'y-the
this very important matter. All Opinions for a country his for it to be known I
people favor the project Is not the gentlemen are well and popu. GALLIK, Jan. 21. that Its citizens feel enough Interest In Lumber fHouse Building Materials 4- :
enough : they must organize and the their laborers to devise means to give ,
state
known throughout
larly \tl8r. Graham: Walton:
make themselves felt. them employment In time of need; and
and two of them represent very Dear Sirs-I was much pleased to see besides, It would not look well for our *** Sash Doors and Blinds, Lime, Cement, Nails sad ;
Important Interests and are-- highly the county paper advocating the bond- labor to have to leave the countryfor ,
THE Florida Citizen has secured Interested in i promoting immigration In// of the county for a county shell road. want of employment. The difference Builders' Hardware 1

full associated press service, and to Florida ; and this, of course, The citizen of Eau Gillie have signed a with people In their conceptions of progress ,
In favor of a shell road and for I* so great, that no public enterprise -
petition
also retains its private telegraphwire Is the object in making a creditable and Kiln-dried Lumber
bonding the county for that purpose. I can be carried out without conflicting Sized Framing a Specialty
to the north. This journal exhibit at Atlanta.Mr. think every taxpayer hal signed the petition. opinions both as to the manner and
has also an excellent corps of cor. Ingraham I is land commissioner Your, etc., also as to the propriety or necessity of G. F. PADDISON, -

respondents throughout the state. for the J., St. A. & I, R. R'y JOHN CAREY. it at all. Some people don't think we TITUSVILLE, FLA., and EAU GALLIE, ILL
and ever reach a point for anything to be
Its editorials are dignified
company, and represents Mr. Flag done, while other are often too much In
readable, and cover a variety of ler's land interests in Florida. KOCKLEIKJE, Jan. 22. advance. Hence the clash. Such a road

topics. Taken all in all, the Florida This connection will no doubt secure as recommended in the ADVOCATE wouldbe

Citizen is a credit to the state the support of the great friendof Editor Advocate: an advertisement* well a* a conve-
itand valuable pink nience that could hardly be overestimated. -
and its well feel The your paper ",
managers may the East Coast.
has taken on the road question Is a very Would like to hear a general expression -
proud of the manner in which i h lIon. W. D. Chipley I is land com laudable one Indeed. Boom It up, and of sentiment on the question.

has won its way to popular support missioner of the I'ensacola & Atlantic success to Graham Walton, who undoubtedly PROGRESS.

during its short career. We R'y company, and one of the own the cleanest, neatest and

predict for it an ever-inereaein, most Influential and energetic men most Interesting Florida.weekly Our paper merchants on the, Bishop Gray's Appointments.The 11
East Coast of !
prosperity and usefulness. In the state lIe is also senator- hotel keepers and residents should give 're r h a n

elect from Escambla county, and the ADVOCATE all possible support, for Klght Rev Wm. Crane Gray, D.D. } v
worked hard In the Interest of of the Jurisdiction of
MR. CHAR. T. McCAiiTi of An will no doubt prove one of the It ha Bishop Missionary
the four Southern Florida will visit the
the East Coast during past place
kona.
able leaders in the
next
most legislature
year, and I II still at It. named below a* follows:
of director of affairs His influence will, there. .
pointment at R.P. T.
Tours, Palm Beach Bnmlay, January 27,at 10 JO a.n
White City, the Scandinavian settlement fore, be very important in the mat Jupiter, Monday, 2H, at 7.30 p.in
Note Hound, Tuesday 24, at I KM p. m
west of Fort Tierce. The ter of securing an appropriationfrom Eden, Wednesday, 30, at 100 p. m
Florida Coast Line Canal and the state. WAVKLAMD, FLA., Jany. 21, 1803. Jensen, an, at 7 JO p. m
HOTEL ROYAL POINCUNA
Fort Pierce Thursday 31, at 1:30 I' no ,
Transportation company are to be S. Paul Brown has had extensive Editor Advocate : Melbourne Friday, Feb. 1, at 10:30 a. m
("., 8, at 10 JO PALM BEACH LAKE WORTH.
o<>a Sunday a. m ,
commended in this selection. The experience in matters of this Allow me to you in your Merrltt S, at 3-flOp. mItoekie.ige
new manager at White City will! kind, having traveled with WantonS endeavor to stimulate encourage the county and ,, Monday." "" 3 4,, atTUWp.IuTourtenay -: Rates: $4 per day and upwards. NOW OPEN. I

prove to be the right man in the Webb In his "Florida on Wheels" the people to wake up and put a good Tltuivllle, Tuesday, S, at T:30 p.uijy Accommodation for 1,000. HKXBV: W. MERRILL, Manager:

right place lie has had much for several years, and more recent shell road ten feet wide, all the lengthof _
<'IorldaHustler. lire van! county along the Indian The ADVOCATE be had at
in ly he has managed the } may
practical experience agricultural
River bank. It would, as you say, help Dr. bcreven's drug store and Mrs. Emma
pursuits during his seven year lIe will probably act a. relieve the feeling of hard times, and Eaton's new stand, So. per copy.
residence at Ankona, and has madea secretary for the commission.We moat certainly Improve the country be-

marked success in various prl believe this Atlanta expos yond the most sanguine expectations.
For .
A northern gentleman tourist and Exchange.We
ition matter has been placed in
vate undertakings, and the man winter home seeker-stopping at an a.

who is able to manage his own affairs good hands. The commissionershave hotel here-with whom I had a long have a desirable place In North Ki

successfully is likely to give already began active work. talk asked me If ho could hire a homo east Georgia, well watered containing 1 y

satisfaction when handling those It only remains for the people to and buggy to take a drive. Finding! we valuable hardwoods, which we will exchange
neither had homes or roads, he remarked
manifest their interest and for orange grove or pineapple
of others. It is certain that mat sup that this wan Indeed a "backward country
land. Write
ters at White City will in future port, and Florida will go to At. ;" when In the north the tint step ANTImoNY' us.15uos., Tltusvllle, Fla.
fee conducted on a practical scale, lanta with an exhibit which will toward civilization U to have a good

and while no one can be always assured reflect credit upon her resource road. I mention the above Instance a*
It In the general sentiment among home Notice of Intention to for
and be the means of bringing Apply
of success, under all circumstances many
seekers; they all do not want/ to sail, but
we believe that the new home eeker within our borders do want to ride in a buggy or on hoNe Special Legislation.

manager at White City will inspire 'during the next few years. back If we had a good shell road we

coilUlcnce and making could t also have our bicycles which Is Is hereby given that an application
come as near NOTICE
one of the most enjoyable and healthful ;. made to the Legislature uf the State
a satisfactory showing as it III: THE COUNTY ROAD PROJECTHas of I of Inrlila at the session commencing on
poatimea. the 2nd Oar of April, tam, for the pussge at a
possible for anybody to do. liy all mean keep agitating this question Mil to authorise the t'ounty Cunudanlooere of
and push it to success; do not let Hrevard county to issue bonds of the county for
taken with the people. This the purMnie of.coiutructinr good public roada
it die a* a good many public questions throughout the county, In the same manner and THE HOTEL ORMOXD,
OHIO AND KENTUCKY CLASH. is quite evident from the contents have done. You will have the thanks under the same restrictions as Is now provide!
of the several communications on and the good wishes of the people and by law for the issue of bonds for the erection of 0 a MOND.oN-T a E-I IALIFA x.
court houses and jails,and the funding of out.standing Accommodation for 30J: gue.U Rates G3 per day and
after be remembered the Indomitable upwards Special rates pet
ever an
The sovereign states of Ohio the subject from prominent down. tndebteilueM,as contained la Section week in April. Open until
( ADVOCATE for the and April 25th
people's Ml to oat inclusive of the Revised Statute of
and .Kentucky are having a clasl river subscribers, which appear in country's good. Iet's have the road at rioriila. No place !r.VaUOUptrlceeriUCh attractions for a Winter Home a. Ormond
It seems that a judge in the former this issue. Aside from these evidences once, so that the legislature, which I ROBERT MORROW, Cottage

state has refused to surrender a almost all the residents of meet In April next, can the bill. Senator 13th District Do Xot Mill the Hammock Drive at Ormond.

fugitive from justice to the Ken litusville, ae well as those people We are all in favor of it h-I In Wave- TltunlJle. .'I .,Jan,23lame. jan26-ma.!9 ANDERSON A PRICE .,
land and count in back. Manager.TnE
can on ut
you
authorities the from other who have
tueky on ground points visited
I will aid in
ing you up. myself you TITUSYILLK
AVKATlinit III:
that the prisoner is in danger of the county seat during the past any way possible, and give you my enthusiastic -

being lynched, for on a previous week, have expressed themselvesas and everlasting support I POIIT.

occasion .when a prisoner was surrendered heartily in favor of the project, know our county commissioner, Mr. 1C The following is a comparative statement
;Vy Ohio to Kentucky hemet and their willingness to approve an D. Hoke, Is much enthused over the pf temperature and rainfall for the
project, and can see no reason why we
week ending Wednesday, Jan. 23th, 'ro18.j. :
that fate. Judge Ituckwalte issue of bonds. should not Lave a good road-and at Y .
demands assurances from the governor It is not enough for the peopleto once, too. { .- -1805.-

of Kentucky that the prisoner thus express themselves-they You are at liberty to publish this DATE MAX. MI:'. MAX MIX Fi
letter, and if there is anything I can do 17 74 58 68 U ,
in the present case shall not must organize. A county road please let me know. Wishing you success 18 T2 6'j. B7
meet a similar fate. convention should be held ; each and believe me an ardent and 10 73 64 73 51 'Z Nmgt

This position is something new, precinct should send at least one enthusiastic supporter, 111m'oun 20: 73: 58 73 54

and the lawyer and press of the delegate ; a call for such convention \ truly 21 77 5tJ 78 53
C. II. Jt t'1Y.: 23 Tl 58 68 53 Alit d e !
country at large are divided as to should be issued bv the county 23 74 54 ; 7
P. S.-Allow me to suggest the advisability 6:1.a:
the propriety of the course of the commissioners fully the
to test of commencing the road, by Total rainfall for the week: a 20 inches
Ohio Judge. Tbe Kentucky paper sentiment of the people and to de. beginning at both ends and working Departures from normal rainfall for the

are indignant, while those in Obi clde upon the proper plan of pro. towards the centre. week : minus 053 Inches Departure

generally favor tJU position of cedure. Committees should be appointed The following are a list of property from normal rainfall since January lit;

Judge lluckwalter. The press of by such convention to pre owner who moat enthusiastically support minus 1.39 inches.J.
the project of having a county road E. LAXOI-ETTE
the nation seem alco inclined to pare a bill for the next legislature, ten feet wide and made of shell; from Observer.

endorse the action of the judge. and to make careful estimates alto Wavelaad, at Dade county line (Dr.

There should be oo question cost of the road, where it should .taker's), along Indian Hirer shore to

about it. The constitution of the begin, what route should be followed end Waveland of lirevard and county at other; beginning end and workIng roadat LAGER BEER

United States is supposed to provide etc, etc. towards each other until road Is

that no one shall be dprlvedof Knowing that time flies, and that completed: C. II. lUcey C. H. Munch, ,

life without due process of law, there Is none to spare, the ADvoCATE A. J. Olds, W. H. Lawrence, J. Olds, -
and certainly a lynching par')' i i. has taken the responsibility Chas H. Howland Paul M. Aston G. Recipe to Make it, 25c. CORDOVA ST.: AUGUSTIVE.
W.
Chattield O. F. Keibel. S. D. Lofton,
not "due process of Uw. of framing the notice required by W. D. Edwards, 1:. & hoti.1t, Deoja.i I. D. TOTTEX, Orlando, Florins Accommodation. for 400. Rates: W per d'ay and Up1l'arda; per week, Ipedal. I

C. B. KSOTT, Manager.I. ,


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Canaveral. i they will bring a team with them. Mrs among the party,

Curries Is the wife of the owner of much Mr. Thomas Harbour, of Patterson Indianola. COCOA ICE WORKS

} Gertrude Wilson li riot ting herr property at Coronado, Including the V. J., arrived last Thursday, and willoccupy
iu Mr*. Thompson, at Rockledge. hotel and several cottages. She was delighted her cottage near Hotel Granada! Mrs. T J. Field and daughter, Mattie, ,
with the Improvements Mr. lately vacated by Mr. and Mrs Hraln- are visiting friends at I/a Orange.
tivltatlon* are out for a dance at erd. This Is Mrs Harbour' Ooooct FJ.or1.da.
second w 10ter ,
Mr. and Mrs. Keen of Macon
had na.
Sharp made at the hotel ,
Artesla, on the evening of St..ntln. and remarked -
ter at Eau Gallie, and all' her friend ex- the
are guests of Mr. and Mr. fJ..
i. .'* day. that she had never seen the hotel i, end a cordial greeting. Mrs. Friend, of Field for the winter NOw XN OPJDn..A.TXON.G. : : .

like to look as It does now. It was her first Patterson, accompanies her.
should see some exper- O. 1 ] IINC 1
t 11.
)Ir. John Owens and family, and Mr.
fed nurseryman come here and start visit since the Sharp family leased the If there is one thing this town needsbadly Evens, all of Owens 0. are
spendingsome
[ursery for citrons fruits. Most of hotel, and It was a revelation to her. It Is street lamps. The hotels are weeks at this place. -- Manufacturer -
I young trees hare not even shed their tiling up with guests; we will have abridge
les since the freeze. across Eau Gallie river, and a Mrs. T. P. Wallace and family, of ICE & DISTILLED. WiVI r EIt
r.V.. C. Peterson has two friends Fort Pierce. walk leading to It, and we t'lIonntexl''t Marlon, O., are at home to their friends, ,
visitors to go about with lanterns as we In their pretty little villa
,i Massachusetts visiting him. They ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE
have to now, or run a risk of breaking
to just come from the north, and the Messrs. Mrs. J. D. Urether and with

nee trees here are the first they have other day W., caught Chapman: 2101bs.and of Stetson fish at, the the our dan'roll.the/necks. Some bridge places across are positively the railway Mrs. Tedam, Mrs famlly\\ Mrs. :::y* Refrigerators, Ice Clients, Freerers and Water ('.>I>IN'II.
with fruit and green leaves. Inlet! In a few hours. Summers, have gone on a two weeks
and the IItt'plll\t the Eureka hotel cruise down to Jupiter and I'alm llu.ich.
Visitors coming to houth Florida this The temperance Guild\ will hold their for Instance. A dozen lamps would costless Lake Worth Ice Works
.">no and who wish to see uninjured fortnightly thin: fifty dollars\ and their maintenance The IndtinoU: : bottling works' are now ,
meeting next.
on Saturday:
nge proves, can do so by coming to All are cordially Invited.Mr. would be but a tillle, as they ready to deliver first-class goods to any
| east side of Banana river. Col. Hoi iced only be lighted on dark nights. Dr. part on Indian Liver: at rock-bottom PALM UKACH FLA.
i has a grove which Is as blight and Killer, of Michigan, arrived here Lansing[ has two'street lamps front of 'prices all good, put up with gas shlp|>ed ,
i n as It was last summer, and loaded list Saturday. He Intends settling on his building and the advantages'; has but In tubes directly from Saratoga Springs.
11 the golden fruit. Indian River If he can find land to suit to bo observed to ire appreciated. Good
The wedding reception !then by Mr.
him. ,
apt Wilson has finished making a ond* and ('\lighted streets are essential and Mrs. Hcrgnmnn, In honor of their

[idred gallons of syrup for E. J. The Rev. F. f'. DilUs: held Episcopal : to all well regulated, thriving ton,nil. daughter and .n-ln.I.\\\, Mr.( and Mrs.A. ( HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
full sci\lies In the church last Let the Town Council look Into this C. Storm aUnit
Ins. The captain ) understands li.tptUt' Sunday was: a great success,
i Imslnt'tts, as he used to make the morning and evening, to large. con matter. two hundred being' present Promptly

|chi sought for Burnham syrup. Par- gregations. at twelve refreshments were served, after MANUFACTURED BY .
s wishing some of this excellent syrup which dancing was rcnuimd.e --
Bishop Gray will preach here Thursday Daytona.
i secure It by sending their order to noticed people from all pattsof the river
the 31st Inst. In the church
,
f r hums, of this place. Uiptlst who had come to pay their\ reelects to
at 7:30: p. m. standard time. All are Chapman cfe Sudlow
bl Lie and
nunty School Supt. I'amllill very lib- cordially invited to be present. The Palmetto house It i full to overflow the groom ,

1 with his promises, but takes them Ing.
| Seed for the farmer
In this district arrived For Sn It'.
' 'mg time to mateiialize. We were safely last Saturday, and all ore Miss Grace La Itoltevix.\ of Cincinnati, South Jacksonville, Florida.
sly three years getting a school-house busy planting.: I am sure one and all Is visiting Mrs. Gco. Bcardnley.. One of three choice situations for a
I were promised a teacher as soon as feel dairy farm near Tallahassee. In Leon
his
to Mr.
grateful Fkigler for
{ MIS finished. It has been ready now great very help in distributing; the need gratis; Mrs. Fred Amason and little son, arc county, Hi,, the rapidly developing For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
and there is visiting: Mrs. Myron Peck, Mrs Amaaou'smother.
weeks, no sign of a and, If our farmers have no further misfortune dairy region. Lake fiontagp. Prices ,
her yet. Has the freeze killed the they will, In a few weeks, be I reasonable Write for particulars and

sj>ect of a teacher shipping beans; and tomatoes in large The young people are looking forward county pamphlet to -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:_
quantities. Many people all along the to a masquerade ball, on Valentino's JOHN S. WiNTiiHor: ,
line were against the new railway, but night. I Tallahassee, nI :\. Dealers In all kind of Haw Mvleilal, such tu Snip. Potash, Kninir, Cotton
Rockledge. Mr. Flakier has proved himself a friendto l'ec'lllIIeal, Nitrate lIf Sod: etc., etc.
all when It was most needed; and as Mr. Vincent after Bishop returned home on I A Correction.SIHI lione ground and steamed In the factory: In thrto dilrerelit giUK
Monday, an extended visit to
the old saying is \. friend in Deed Is a friends In Jacksonville.Mrs. Zff" Send for Pamphlets and Prices.
[ lace the freeze, we notice the front friend Indeed."
iiU are nicely decorated with air D. H. Meats and daughter, of CK: lit.t'rr, FLA.,

|nts festooned to the trees, whiches Cincinnati, arrived on Kildav. and will Jan. 22, 18'fS.!

the places a pretty appearance. Orchid. spend the sister.winter with Mrs. Hoag, Mrs.Mears' Editor Adiornlt.Dear : J. W. Y. Stelfox

llotels[ are fitting up quite fast of late, Sir-Since December 20th almost :

lich has a tendency to make things Mr. and Mis. L. U. Daw son and Miss Eight of Daytona's young ladies entertained every man I have" seen had on a sickly ,
h ly; also circulating quite a little Louise were callers at Orchid Sunday a large number of friends In kind of look-especially so when honestly .
ney, which Is badly wanted since the last the opera house, Wednesday: evening.The admitting; that the cool change hall HARDWARE
Is of the orange crop. house was elaborately decorated, slightly lessened his prospects for a tine 4 4
Messrs. John Miller and R. McCarthy, and all report a delightful time. crop this year; but why your I'otllml); .
he Indian River steamers are very of Manchester, N. H., are spending the correspondent thought I was NO "hardhit"
ch annoyed by boats anchor- Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Cross, of Chicago 1
pleasure ,
winter here, the guests of Mr. S. K. as to need the services af Dr. Henry :
lotl the Hotel Indian River so close to Michael Mr. Miller extensively Inter arrived on Tuesday, and are pleasantly -when It is generally known that we Eaua11io, Flor1d.: I
re, that It Is Impossible to make located at the Palmetto house for the
ested in Florida real estate
without much InconvenienceI winter. Their many friends are glad to have not had even a frost In two years at Cook Stoves, Oil\ and Wood heaters, Farming Tools, poiiltiy :Netting'; Ammunition
I dewy of time. The Caiman steamed down from Sebastian welcome them back again. Spruce Bluff-Is more than I can under Tin allI1'llIwRI'1 Oalvanlzed Sheet, Hand and Hound Iron; Galvanized 'I
stand. I beg to Inform him (or her) heat Material, I boat and
Monday morning, anchoringnear goods cast nets, Paint, Linseed Oils, Hard
lessrs M. F. Dwyer, II. P. Shares the west shore. Quail being plentiful that I was quite well on the Sunday 0:1: Finish, etc. Ualvaulzt Knapsack>riyerll, 400.
11 I Wm. M. Merwin have shelled Barfc this season, Mr. Lorillard and party Sloop For Sale. named, and have never called a physicIan i
avenue the entire length, nearly will enjoy some fine sport since. I've been on St. I.uclc river, Always pleased to quote prices, and correspondence solicited ,I
lee thousand feet, which makes a nice For sale, sloop Irene, -lOftxlSft; and, although Dr. Henry Is a warm
Ive to outer depot on the main track It seems that Jack Frost did not heed tonnage, 18 27-100; In first-class condition. personal friend, he Is not, nor hever has _n_ .. .._ .
I the railroad. the game protecting the manatee, several New sails head-room In cabin. been my family physician. Nevertheless,
k of them being frozen their huge Best party or trade; boat of her size on I thank your correspondent for the kind
new road along the front, south of carcases being stranded in different parts the river. Price, 40000. Apply to words spoken, and know his or her Florida Fruit Exchange.
rton avenue, will be opened this week of the narrows and lower river. E. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt. Intentions were to report correctly.
far south Jos. Faxton's south line.
( as
The effects of the recent freeze are Peter Nelson, Tltusville, Fla., where she Respectful!r,
> shall then have continuous drive
a may be seen. *tf J. E. FtTLTZ.I An Ihr.nrl..nten Home Association U..hfI Or........ for
(several miles along the river, in the fast disappearing. Truck farms are | nmrkftlng Florida Fruit to the heat
a..hlall'l..A THOKI7MI: (CAPITA, fun: ."'.'.
tie of the lovely palraettoes whiche : being re-planted, lemon trees are puttingout .. JInx MAT.ltJ.U..Th. Ki.: < lianic* l. fully 1..1'|ara the bank of the beautiful Indian a new growth, while orange trees on Write for l.rIMlII.t and term..

the peninsula sustained no injury and I OKO. R. FAIRIIANKH, frmhlont.AI '--A.O.'F'ERM: H. nitt KM FAF \ !<. .
sr.he who interested In are beginning to bloom. A Temple of Art. lit:HTM. IVM. tl-nl MKr.: nilTiTMJubiM M. I*. TI'KNhRitscret.ry: ,1 .
people are pine- has the I'Ilth"nrta-Iles: It. 'llr".IIo, Alarb"eo tuty I K U. II III. Jlratltord i I If. E. F..
Frank Forster
[pie culture would like to have the Mr purchased Prstt M'II e.ntnty I John rahyan' Lka.aunty; y ('rutchrr Orsnge "' count,t, (iriinlraf,
tli::; '
I'tlell down the river, who have writ- I north half of the E. L. Gray homestead,, I J. Ii. eount; A, nratly I Itrevsnl nlontyl V. U. 14tmlwln: :: (. V. IIIIirr. Marino
9 such extravagant articles as to the Including Improvements. Mr. Gray, e.mnty\ John a1. iw"" >llanu'11I w. 1<:. MtaO\"h. l'\Ithll'" county; ". 8. IU"ft'a"" St
C. K. A, ,
county| Belly Volii.l county Irvlnic Kirk, l-olk oonntT.
fits of the business, give us the other being the first settler In this section, Address ciirreniMinilonra to ills Morlila trull I Rzrhsng. Jaikwiovillc, tla Fiend) ,
Be of their ledger since the freeze. We naturally located upon the most fertile with 'packing and hliilnK| | Inmnu tloin, urnlnhml on 1I.lh.tlnn.| | drr'niarT
ira they have done more to demoralize land. The Public Library building,
: business than the freeze itself well-equipped, and the )[. E. Church lot -. - -- -, .--
are located on the premises as nucleusfor
a thriving settlement. Mr. Forster WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
wall fortunate in securing this property
Coronado Beach. I


Eau Gallie. bf* A CARLOAD OF :IHH't
Irs. Sprenger has returned to Coron- I


Ills i for Nell another Sharp month.is visiting Prof. W. A.. I, The schooner Queen-sailed for Green Sash "Doors' and Blinds 4-

lirp, at DeLand, and will" likely be ; Turtle Key last Saturday, with a full ,

pay for another week. : passenger list. ...
)[r. Arthur Arasden and Dr. Light, of
everal cottage have been occupied Ashtabula, Ohio, have arrived to remain r Y On which we Defy all Competitors Write ns for Price

I ring the week, and Manager Sharp is I during the season. It /
List and Discounts
riving many letter of enquiries for I Mr. II. D. Johnson, of Boston, Mass,
urns., There will be several arrivals who was here last winter, has come down

|\i week, parties who will stay all to spend another season In our town.
Our Tin and Iron Work !
Inter, The sloop Dixie, of Eden, Captain *
hauled out at this
Andrews place
JMrs. N. H, Carpenter and party, of was
last week, and received a new coat of

}icago eral ,other write points that ,after she Investigating longs to bek paInt. Department is in charge of Mr. C. P. Eacot, one of the

Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Peebles returned,
at Coronado, and has engaged two Monday, from Jacksonville, where Mr G tl best Tin and Sheet-iron workers in South Florida
[I possibly three, rooms at the hotel Peebles was called a* a witness in the

a month from next week. Northrop-Flagler land case. jy Write and see If you do not save money.

[fwo steamer were in tight the greater The zealous Insurance man, Capt. O I: RAY & DAY Titusville, Fla. '
II of J. Mercler, dropped In on us on riday
Friday toward the Inlet.
,
up
He was compelled to leave his launch
I' were wondering if some Cuban filiterer down the river, the motor proving obi i
had transfered their operations streperous. '
r rL ii 3\! T' .
m the Gulf to the Illllsboro' F. CLARK
port Mid Lizzie Bcasley, wile of W. K. c.E.
ei Beasley, died suddenly on Tuesday afternoon ,- E. ,
She attended by Dr. Scho-
Tin was
oyster bakes In the
indulged
by field, of Cocoa; and Dr. Brown, of Mel
sts' of the Coronado, are greatly en- bourne, who did all that professional J. Jacksonville.FURNITURE : .

HI One gentleman who participated skill could suggest, but to no avail. Not for a Day but for all Time.

. ellll" ordered a barrel of oysters Mr. I. M. Mabbette, formerly proprietor -

I'I'.tllnto the Interior, for which heR of Hotel Treutler, at this place, I I. and CARPETS.
,,, ', that he might give some friends now proprietor of Hotel Mabbette, aBarlow. Memories of the White City are fading-all but one.
His old friend here are pleased -
n
ii. Better have them as they are, to learn he I la doing a prosperous Majestic in its beauty the Palace of Art survives to remind

'k'tii, fresh from the water. business at his new house, and wish him .
mankind of wonders fire and Wholesale and Retail. -
tiling to Indicate a cold map hast all suetes departed. Triumphant over

t ''It at Coronado since the slight The numerous reader of the ADVOCATE the stately structure stands beside the lake dedicated ,
tempest made effort this Fall to have Stock of Good suitable for the
'If the 28th. The report of the all along the East Coast not only We have special a
.
I ,irets, predicting cold wave com- appreciate a also.live The paper pink, but paper a live con correspondent forever to the service of the people. As a gallery of paint East Coast IJujerK.OUR .

ither amuse n* of late; and the talned a full account of the masqueradeball ing and sculpture it surprised and delighted the nations. As
PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW.
hen such visitation are promised last week, and did not have to wireit

} .' invariably prove good day for either.In the Field's Columbian Museum it will entertain and instruct
I CfWrite us what you want, and we will quote price by return mail.
'- Wednesday, Thursday and the item In last week's ADVOCATE
were such day, when bathing regarding dead flab cast ashore at point multitudes in the ages to come. Our Number Is 20-22-24-26 West Bay Street.
read that
,, '"lulged In last week. there south are of "none"Eau allie In our, please vicinity, instead A World's Fait in miniature is the' museum to-day.
-- -
,nuslcale at the Coronado will be of "more," a* your printer put It; and
will within the realmof While it lasts the public will have before them a vivid re-

r' oho popular II. Sharp than II I ever a fine this acquisition season. the fact statement come minder of the greater exposition of 1893. It will bring back Lots in West Palm Beach !

,I 'tocutlonlst and baritone linger Mr. John Green will arrive from New
: York next week, having sent the furniture the vast panorama of splendid exhibits including the fine
u. decided not to return to Cblc- for his new hotel at barno on aheadof

The climate here ha greatly bene- him. Mr. Dixon, of Toronto, Canada, showing made by Agent for the Lands In Dade County of 'u
-lm and be I* not disposed to take ha arrived; he will manipulate the telegraph

antes on his health key when the hotel open This Florida Coast Line Canal & Co
by returning, Transportation
promise to become one of the most popular Dr. Price's Cream Baking PowderThe I
ally
a* nearly all the family areh resort of the East Coast
the state.Monday Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.
.. The house-boat Rochester, Captain A.
Mr*. Abby M. Pettengtll Bennett; and the steamer Nyanza, Capt. analysis of Dr. Price's by government experts I Lake Worth Land Trust. New River Land Trust.
\ And, Ohio; F. M. Donovan, Ksq., John Carey, carried a large party to the
where a most enjoy demonstrated its immeasurable in leavening
I Jagu Lake, ;(. Y. and Jfr*. Sam beach but Sunday, superiority
11C-, able day wa pent Ex-Gor. Gleason, L ,ke Worth: roportioo.: : t i
Lake Helen, Fla., were on the Treutler Alderman Gleason, Alderman strength, purity and general excellence and gained for It the
Mayor .. _. '
The lake Worth A. for lb Liverpool A Lo-.0. Club .. .. (..
party made arrangement Taylor, Mr. T. M. McCreary and
< tel for a stay later oa, when all Ito guests of the 1M1 Grande were Highest' Award at the Fair. Notary Public ALBERT W. ROBERT West Palm Beach Fla.



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v _INDIAN_._____ RIVER. ADVOCATE.. JANUARY !5. 1895. _, ._._ .. __._ ___ _


FHEE TO OL'JS JtEAIERS. ALEX REAR ERSE
at the present time all kinds of weight Notice. u.

and measure are used by the druggists.The NEAR & TAYLOR
1 LI. concerned take node* that nil month preeeet to all Its ,
United State Pharmacopoeia of I j\. after date hereof I will aim mj final aermmtan The ADVOCATE (SncccMor to John !MeA I: '
1880 pronounced in favor of the metric I admlnlMratrlx of the ..Iall of HowardW. readers who call for same- '
Maine, wltb the Honorable Minor M. June.
system, yet it I* only by concerted action ConniT Judge of Mid county, and pray for m' "Song of Indian River," with1 music Artesian Well Contractor 1 1A
on the part of the doctor and pharmacist final A.echarg.from aduilDlitrairlx of said

that it will be brought into general _taw. Postage one cent each. iTnov EAU GALLIE c' q
CEAUA ft. MAINE.Administratrix. "Hints on Pineapple Culture, a 19- >
use.-Philadelphia
Correspondent Till Ort. IS, 1804.octl .
each
PERSONAL GOSSIP. 44ra page pamphlet. Postage one cent TITUSVILLE BAKERY

The- sad of Book. "Game Haunts of Florida's East ,

Congressman Norman A. Moxley of It ba been pointed out by M. Delisle, i Coast," a pamphlet of 10 pages. Postage C. F. FISCHER ",
Missouri, wbo wan born in 1866 will librarian of the Biblotheqne Nationale, Notice. cent. PrODfleto-

be the baby member of the house. that paper i* now made of such inferior Give one lots of Information to those seek Cakes Pies A Confectionery i SptWt
,
Money and beauty are tempting baits. material that it will soon rot, and very CREDITORS Legate*, dlntrllmteen ..lId'I '

Mid Anna Gould is said to have already few of the book now published have the etate of' B.claim T. Vohe or demand are required strain M Ing homes in Florida. All order In our line prt'Jpt1

turned down three princes, one count, ,the; chance of a long life. The book of present thelrclaim. to the er.\V\ withinone Send stamps to pay postage.All attended to.
.
one judge and an actor. the present day will all have fallen to ment year, I.e.from March the Int.expiration loon or of the same will I tx- the above are free. -

Jepnon, the man who went with piece before the middle of the next pleaded i In bar of their demand*. All persona FORWINES -

Stanley to find Em In Bey, is soon to be I century. The genuine linen rag paper at owing once said to the entate ondenlgned.are/required to make payment W H HARTLEY

married to the daughter of A. R. Head, was really calculated to last, and even L J. HIRER, and 8PIRIB?

a San Francisco millionaire. the oldest book printed on it, if kept Robbins A: Graham, Administrator ,

Alexander Melville of New York who with due care, show very little of the Att'jrs for Adai'r. janVmarl Watchmaker & Jeweler,

died recently at the age of 88, was bar I effect of time, but the wood pulp paper Heart Disease 30 Yrs! ( nEE 11 S, $t

fed in a coffin that he had oonstrnoted now largely used in the making of Sheriffs Sale. POSTOFFICK BUILDING

for himself several years ago. which powerful acids have been employed Short Breath, Palpitation.: New Smyrna, Florida. CIGARS, :KT
i* *o flimsy that the ink
It is said that the latest victim of very and by a certain writ of -: :- OF THE FINIST: QUALITY/
corrode it and time alone with the UNDER nle'u
and a rued out of!
of Balls- Mr. G. W.McKlnaer
is the
golf in England Marquis of
postmaster
sty TO
meet careful handling will bring the County Court for Hrerard county, In a
on
bury who In spite of hl! 64 years, was Kokomo, Ind., and a brave ex-soldier certain pure therein depending wherein Watch A Jewelry Repairing a Specialty.
drawn into the game recently while rapid decay. says: "I had been severely troubled Hodges A: Ood'rey are plaintiff amt P. OMyer Lesley & Renake
Perhaps from one point of view this with heart disease ever since leaving *defendant,I have levied upon awl will ty Mall Orders Promptly Attended )
staying with Mr. Balfonr. ell to the and beet bidder tar rash In
I. not altogether an unalloyed misfor the army at the close of the late war.I front of the hlgbet court house door at Tltuvllle to. Give me a trial. Seventeen years Famllle Supplied

Dr. Rant inventor of the diphtheria tune. Only remnant of present day literature was troubled with palpitation and Florida, neon the first Monday In )'"Ion,." experience In the Elgin and Waltham Our Lodgings and Lund
cure, has been the assistant of Pasteur I will survive for the informationof shortness of breath. I could not A LI inns, the following *- Fifteen, ...l frt watch factories. :r
1.
ertyof the defendant, ....It. b..nd..dI'.I Wilt be Ready by Oct. Situated'
for 15 years. He is a tall, thin blond I future generations, and great nation. sleep on my left Bide, and had pain of the ea lul stork of the tlorhla Coenio side Washington ave., between T.

and comes from the hardy peasantry of I IAUTCTgne. al collections, such a* that in the Brit. around my heart. I became so ill Immigration I A *oclation, a corporation K. W. depot and ADVOCATE block
that I was much alarmed and for- under the law of lortda, with headquarter 0 L. ALEXANDER >*k
His industry is indefatiga sh museum library formed at greatexpense at White City, said: chare being fully I >*I-r I .
tunately attention was called to
my
ble. paid.
and intended to be
completeand
JAMES E. 1MJWMAN, ORLANDO NURSERY
Zimmerman the American cyclist I permanent, will offer to the literary Dr. Miles'\ Heart CureI Bobbin A: flraham Sheriff renr.'Co ,

won some (25,000 in his races in Europe historian of say the twenty-first cennry AU',* for IlalntllTi. an4-febl. Corner Drug Store. i

during the peel season. Wheeler I; but a heterogeneous mans of rub- decided to try It. The first bottle I JAS. :MOTT, prop)

add Banker two other cyclists from this bieh/physical laws thus consigning to made a decided Improvement In my ORLANDO FLA. '

lIdo! also cleared from (&.000 to (5,000 I oblivion a literature of which but a condition, and five bottles have com COlll1nL Mloller"1I Sale. Titusville, / Florida.

tithe Intellectually worthy Co survive. pletely cured me." Orange Tree,

each.Dr. The maker ,thus O.W.McKINSET,P.M.Kokomo, led Lemon Tree,
unwittingly made Etc.
James McCosh the late presidentof paper of an order by Drugs Medicines
Princeton college, was a tall broad assume the function of the great lit- Dr.Mllea Heart Cure:t sold.on will avoeItln benefit. UNDER Oblndlrtn of Hrevard, 1..11I..11 county, exer at Grape Fruit Ticcn.
rising probate jiirlmlictlon
man, of imposing presence. His uniform erary censor of the age. Ills criticisms IUdraUI.WMllll&aU1.: o bottle for as,or public ontcrr to the blgheM I and best Milder forcah Smooth Cayenne and Abakka Pit

dress was black with Prince Albert : mainly destructive and It.. too sea (by twill the beaent lit.Mile, prepaid Medical on Uo.receipt. Elkhart.: of prlr Ind Tllle,, In Florida front of during the! court the!legal bane hour door of at sate Titer # # Of all Kinds. apple Sucker

coat Although a sturdy American rere. Without the power of selective the fourth day of February D tee, the follow- Pear, Peach and Persimmon Tre!
he used broad Scotch appreciation he condemn destruction ing' described land, belonging to the ntate of i '
a brogue. Etc. \"Inea.w. .
I..T. Yohe, deceased, to-wlt i The I of Fine Stationery, Toilet Articles Niagara Grape
bad alike. All the Year
Mrs. Frances Klock bet for I good and the northwest gnarterof section ID township 21,
won race >jey-r.-it OF CaRDUf, s Tonic for We..jo.
the
Round. south range 3A cant containing 4) acres)
the legiMatnre in Colorado hand down. east-half of the northeast quarter of section 1.1, Lead In a General LI.... Norm,
Mrs. Clara CresHingbam and Mrs. Carrie funeral la Colonial aide to township 21, south range: 34 east containing $0siren
Maryland.Funerals trunk leisurely from when ; and the east-half of the southwest quarter THE J. S. JOHNSON CO. 8toek.
C. Holly were aim elected representatives were expensive The hears- he approached a countryman who was of the of section 1:1.: township -
and Mrs. Angrnctte M. Peavey '.'1,couth range: east, containing: acre,
fog and Inearthing of a person of quality standing at the side of the path gazing being In all three tract 14): acres, and situated Fruit LemoniHART'S
superintendent of public instruction. in the middle of the eighteenth cen- with eyes and month wide open at In llrevard county, Florida. Manufacturers' Grape

Tom Tudor of Mount Olivet, Ky., has 'tafT was a proceeding commonly charictcrized some animal in a cage close by. His ROBERT 1'ENTLAKD ,

,a strange idea of tbo eternal fitness of I by feature eminently social!, right arm encircled a huge bag of buns, Robbins A Graham Commissioner. NETTHG, FISHING TACKLE, Twines, Etc.

things and imagines that it is never too If not convivial For the obxeqnieS of agentlt'lnau which he had just bought for the pur- Atf).for Adm'r. jan4-febl LATE ORANGES, '
-): AIL KIND (:-
late to bask in the sunshine of renewed ; of Baltimore in 1758 the pose[ of feeding the animal A* Jumbo

youth. Hence he celebrated his eightieth 'outfit" called for a> coffin at t6 16*.; passed this man who was too much absorbed Master's Sale. Nets and Seines Made to Order

birthday by marrying for the seventh. ,I yards of rrape at t7 8s.. 6d.; 23 yards in the object of his gaze to hear Plain and Fancy Fishing Tackle. especially W'.are now booking orders in ndvi

time. jf black tiffany 1:4 16*. ; 53>j yards of him approach he gently lifted hilt and ay virtue decree of fore for Florida Trade. for Fall and Winter Delivery, at reduc
Professor J. Estlin Carpenter of Oxford broadcloth, t6 11s. 84.1| 7>f yard of trunk over the man' shoulder and took UNDER: an
England who is now lecturing in lark shalloon IDs. ,Id. ; 6) yards of the bag of buns, which he immediately cause' Court therein for,wherein Kievard Dwight county In W.I Tuttle hancery Is,coma In a Depot for Fls rmen's Supplies price-.

this country is a son of tho distinguished linen, 1:1: 13s. ; 8 dozen pair of den's devoured, bag and all and enjoyed the ilalnant and Mattie K. Blair I*defendant' I will : 121 South Street, Our Stock is of the Finest' in Quali
naturalist Dr. black silk gloves 58.; a dozen pairs sell at public auction In front of the court housedour
William R Carpenter joke a* much as he did the buns Everybody In Tltusvllte on the tint Monday In
>{93 Md.
a grandson of Dr. Lant Carpenter sf women' black silk gloves, t3 12s.; laughed and Jumbo's eyes F F'ebniarr A D 114, during the legal: hour of v..OO4 Baltimore Writ for Prices and Description.
the noted English Unitarian clergy black silk handkerchiefs: calamanco, twinkled with joy.CongregationalillTURF sale,to the highest and best blililer for cash
described of the dn.fendsnt bOSs
the following' W. W. HAWKINS &:
roan, and a nephew of Miss Mary Carpenter mohair and buckram ribbon besides to-wlt The t-t.2'rl..t. 4, of section
the philanthropistSTAGE 17}f pound of loaf sugar 14 dozen 'Si,In township 2l1IO..th. range: 38 east, In- FRUIT VEGETABLES GEoRGETowN FLORIDI
TOPICS. ('In.lIfl.lllhe accretion In front of said ots. -
I eggs, 10 dozen nutmegs, 0' pounds of .xceilng!: :, hottevervfrom the land above decrll *-
GLINTS. allspice I 20 gallons of white wine, 13 >ed.l4>ulxandMven of blank 04, and lot AND -
The purses offered in Germany the one and: twelve of bbek W of the *nblfvision of HODGES & GODFREI
1 of wine and 10 of
bottle red gallon
aid land made hv Robert Hanson, recorded In
to trotter amounted to
$73037. -
"Tho Gaiety Girl" is running; into I past season >, age 74*, at Brevard county record
its third year in London. rum.There must be no slacking of good }"h.t::: ,: I'to lie sold,containing.and bring, less at the Canaveral existotlnnsthi'yoneacres. PRODUCE *< Manufacturers of

Robert E. Graham and wife have 4 cheer because a gentleman happened ton James JlcCormlck' ha nominated Bight, Brevard rusty,Florida. .

Joined the'.'RoLin Hood" company 1 be little dead. He had kuown what Lamplighter and Potentate to start in D. L. GAfLDEX, TAKEN IN3iTxclianpe Yellow Pine Lumber r

i George Thatcher has given up'About society I expected of him when he wad in the Brooklyn Handicap next season. an4-febB Special Master. ForWHISKEY

oam"s and will return to negro tutu.etrels I the quick and his household' knew Eugene Leigh has patented a portable : BOUGH *: DRESSED

". what he would expect of them oil occailoua horse stall for use on railroad oar Nota
...
WAlhI I such as this, when the credit of a single nail is used in its construction. Sheriff Sale. Orange Heady
Dan BuJJr'ltlew play 0'-;ell.
Fruit Vef-etalile tnl'
Due old at stake. When
family was
or the total 13,683,481 distributed
D. C. has met with: in .
ington success CDElraed virtue of execution toned ti<
(
persons of quality did him the honor to on the American turf from Jan. 1 to U by Lumber delivered'.n'I'.I1..t Indian
the west."Mme. out.' tbe County nurt of Brwrard county on thrown bill of lading. Anyone rmiesSi
escort his "rambling remains" to> the Dec. 1 at the regular tracks, Chicago In t.1'.._ therein dciiendug, betwvcnWm.M. -- --- YD" -- ng bulldine' on the Kant Cast,would, :de.t
Bans-Gene" Is said to have family' mausoleum, it wan proper to nearly one-fourth. Brown aajilalntlC: and C. V. Mima aedefendant write for price The Rawmlll I*.ltuat d"
already netted Surdou the comfortable gave and t.C.Olives a* plaintiff and <'. N, J.,T.& K. W. Ry,S mile south of Palate
provide against possible pangs of thirst Mini..a*defen.lsot 1 have levied upon and will
Judge A. O. Mormon, executor of the WANKLYN & CO.
sum of ,(150,000. that might attend the polite exertion sell at I'lIhlteclon In front of th .....n house Satsttoubllights, Putnam ce.FI.
David D. Withers estate, says the track "'Mr.t Tltusvllle, r'lorlda.on the feunb day of ,
Mrs. Laiigtry is doing the one nightstands and to ligbten the tedium and to cheer and grounds will be sold under foreclosure February,a'a ImM, between the hour nf II a.m.and .
since her entrance into this country the; gloom with customary beverage 1 p. in.,to the highest and best !bidder for ,tTacksonville Fla.
some time during the spring the descrllnd real estate, .It
rash fulluwing : J. M.I SANDERS'
a few weeks) since. for would not his tombstone proclaim The south no yards of the southeast quarter of
clever ,
"Prince Ananias," the new comic him a person of quality?-"Old Maryland Old Fashion the jumping mare the nortbwmt quarter of amitlon S, txmtalniug ;
in that made 108 jumps at the Chicago fat 10 acre; the southwest quarter of tk*soutlieaatquarter Indian RiYer Palmetto Fibre
Home and
Victor Herbert and Francis Ways" Century Dealer In
opera by of the northeast qearter of avetion W -
stock show in 1891 without making a
has scored success in New containing 1O acrea; also commencing at the
Wflson a
Th. End of a Duehe mistake was sold to Mme. Morantette southeast corner of the southwest quarter of the Mattress Co.
:
York. northeast ixiarter of section: thence run north 4fr HTittisville 3- DRY GOODS NOTIONSAND
,
:Mme. d'Abrante did not seek her recently m yards, Glenn we",t inn,.a..I.,thence couth (at
Marion Manola has recovered sufficiently hero Napoleon, on his brief return from Max Lebaudy the well known turf yards,then.w east WJ yard lathe place of beglnning Florida ,
"The Cotton King" company : ,containing aacree. All brlat In town-
to join exile. Such a meeting would have been man to one of the richest men in France hip ill aunib,range 3ft east, hu Brevanl county Our Mattresses are made from 8-oz.
in which her husband, John Mason trying even to her "rare mental flexibility. but the conscription excuse no one, and lorlda. ticking, filled with clear palmetto fibre

is appearing. ." She was in Rome during the M. Lebaudy has gone to serve as a driverof JAI: BOWMAN, and fat"ed'wlth superfine fibre mod from Choice Groceries

Edward Jakokowski, who is now in hundred days, 'surrounded," accord. ammunition wagon Robbins A. Uraaam RhertftT. the cabbage palm. This fibre Is made
Alt' fop I'laintllTs
New York says ho is 86 years old; that lug to the Nouvelle Biographic Genera All the trotting club of Berlin have )* jun4fcblNotice. by Gieen's' patented process, which
Le was born in London of Viennese parents ale "by artistio and litl.Jrary.frlend. makes it tough curly and elastic. It Hay, Corn Mapes' Fertilize
been t amalgamated and will erect a finely will not break mat down ,
who were of Polish extraction. Few and meager are the particulars equipped track in the west end of dusty,like moss up or excelsior. The nor fibre get

London Figaro states that Miss May which can now be gleaned of her later Berlin. A number of American trotting will not draw dampness and get musty FINE PATENT FLOUR.

Yohe's grandmother was a pure bred years. There are hardly any materialsfor horse have been entered. In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial nor mildew;'this being an advantage in
North American Indian. Her mother II bridging the gulf between the Pa. a damp anti i. climate Ooooo, FJ.or1d
The Strauss stable has sold to Charles Circuit of Florida, In sod for llrevard warm -always re-
a French Canadian and her father a risian queen of society and the broken II. Smith of Chicago a yearling chestnut County L mainiag sweet and clean. The woikmansaip .
Dutchman down wreck of Chorley's lurid sketch. Is guaranteed first-caws In
Jacksonvllle,5. Augustine Jk OXYGEN
filly by Onondaga, dam Sea Shell, for
The revolution of 1830! found her at Indian ICner Railway \::0.. I every respect. COMPOUND
$4,500. The filly wont three furlongs }
NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY. the Abbaye-aux-Bois. whither the total on VS.Bamnel J lirjitled seams, double-stitched and
Walker.
the Lexington track in thirty-five and well
Cuffed top and tottom.oulik .
loss of her fortune bad compelled her
A little silver which shuts second... Horseman. TO gaiuuel Walker" and all ether percoa* In
spoon up retire. She that the three-quarter Wrested l.or having clalat norta-half > >Mattress,weighSMb.4-ft to...., (400 Restores strength (i leU the oel'l'
to
ou upon
as pocket scissors are made to do is a lays reappear.'. of the noithwesl quarter W section 2(1: township Single Mattress, 2,S, t. 3: ..,.. ........ JJHriiweikl ant expels disease.
ance of the tricolor she was aisle RAILROAD TIES. 22 30 ,in Sixes ma new device for filling a pipe. ; .tll.rang ease lI..vardceual,, Call Vtoof, the most convincing, h )
d'une de cos joie sans meeure qui reve- Fluridsttltl I i on or addreM free,to all who suffer. Call and let t
Wreaths supported on long pins are lent le cicl," but it in no way alleviated Over 90,000 mile of railroad center \ are-hereby notified t be :1o appear 1nthe'tkeuitluurt I. R. r. P. MATTRESA Co. r write for further iiformatlun I
Another favorite designis J. of tae $$ lorlda. Boa 142.
used for hat
I her melancholy fate. From 1831 to in the Windy City for Batvant county al tb.clerk's otV-e in TitusvUle Ha. of 200 pages sent fr... ..
branching rays, each supporting a 1835 her memoir were in course of One of the New York street car lines ntuvllle.upoa the first Mwulay In March A U Home or office treatment. <<< '.nsiiotirH1
pull to chow what Interwa have in
pearl publication. She wrote some other now run smoking can. above de.culled land and W show you why a part the of laws you examined the Walton Rapid
The back combs keep their Impor- books and many stories and papers I IIieecriludInapetition M tauoe A novelty was seen In amber some of which appeared in The Revue Railway accidents are so rare in Hol antinthiaaweIntheclralt'Io the 12t4day of JanuaryAftlists' ht ieinlltuswttle'in A. Oliver, the fia st launch builders In Stnrky & Yalta

shell in which the moon and stars were de Paris land that an average of only one death IM taken for the use of IBM complainant.leuldaol a* a KWiila; also rrillrStevens, Jackson- 1J2 Arch Street Phllad"slpti a b

inlaid with diamond Mme. d'Abrante, reduced to utter I a year results from them throughout the right-of-way for its railroad; or else be forever viBe; the Xew,*rt News Shipbuilding< I

A brooch of white enamel loaves, with destitution died at Challlot on June 7, entire country. Ii barred Ordered In that at the behalf.('I"'..'* .....at Tltuivllle, this builders:u, as well In the u many of the best boat
ortlu SOOB
pearls as berries, would make an idea 1839 two days after being admitted to On the London Dover and Chatham 12th day ef January, Alt s6. etc., 'U J. O. Write Walton for testiMMlals UNIVERSITY OF THE

''ornament for a bride. Black ivy leaves a small hospital, having been refused railroad in England they use a and A. A. STEWART chile. Fla. Titus-.
separated by pearls are intended for shelter In one of more pretensions without car which 1* propelled, by mean of a )tubbiest 0 Graham Clerk Circuit Court SEWANEE TES ",
ail when the wind blow Atry* for( Real Circuit "
mourning. payment in advance "abandoned JanlH-iuara 'oa'I.I"I{I Court I Notice. Under the joint; control 0' r.r*
A beautiful necklace seen has four by all whom she loved" (which would The railway companies of Great Britain Southern Dioceses of the I' 'Id

rows of small pearls caught together ev seem to imply that her children had pay a daily average of 1,700 in I In Circuit EplHcopal Church.
Court
inch emeralds. The forsaken her), "but receiving the last compensation, about 60 per cent being of the Seventh Judicial Situated halfway between '" ;
or so by pierced ,
cry Circuit of
The Globe Gas llort.la
.medallion is flat and covered with I consolations of religion from the hand for injuries to passengers and the remainder Engine Co., !Philadelphia, County : la and for Brevard and Chattanooga, on the Cu. se *

,tracery in which are sunk colored of the archbishop of Paris."Temple for lost or damaged freightA Jarkwinvllle St. aueuktln Plateau, :2,150 feet above sea "'

stonesThe Bar. 'I' Manufacturer the must Itrfect Reltaate Indian Klver R' > Co.*,t 1 healthful and picturesque local "'
_
and Kuonoiniual launch Motor In the ...aR"t.r. "it. The work of the university :aW1
filigree bonbon spoons that art A Story of U.. Lato "...\ QaMtle of Precede Hoes time*u*eoutlnue to go. No crank C. A. Halatead.Tt ] through the summer months, *> l
to turn to start.
got out for the holidays are the prettiest The Intelligence of the elephant bAl Cousin Kate-Yon have made it look I BENJ. \\. ")::110)1 t:. ) l'. A, Halotead, and all other perso I.r.reeted long vacation Is given in the 111) :>

things imaginable. The newest designs been the subject of many anecdote both a* good a* ever. Charley you're a f *iug Agent of the la southwest or having cbuooo upua lbe eest.Salf. The Leal Term Itealaa March I ""*
quarter of am-tine .....
ilL III
in silver gilt touched with colored traveler who have met him in his trump I ICharleyYes lode" )1& skip I 33 south, g'
are by I (stahogu.e... prices oo application. range Oil east.la lInvaf4 _. The University offer courw :
enamel and enamel Bowers wreathingthe native land and also by people who but then WI no uncommon I II II II II ty, F'l.rl.y: trucUon In the following dept <*?

handle Jewelers' Circular all thing for women to refuse I IYOU se hereby 5.05.4 to be and appear which .
*- have seen him in servitude. We remember .Olrrult lours of the a are all well equipped <>
how Jumbo endeared himself! trump*!-Boston Transcript I forTita.vUk .ales.thc'iu.ly.at the Stam clerks of nOtIce l'kwld I. organized :

to the people of this country by his gentle I I Vu Isak to show what Monday I. March A U ACADEMIC, THEOLOGICAL &:
... Tartly ft*. NOBSEI I above Iatereet you have Is the '.
Wilt Fee she .rt. y.te m. and friendly disposition. Many de.crbe CAL, LAW ENU1NEEIU '

The claM of 1887 of the JeffersonMedical time I have enjoyed a ride on his back Unshackled deduct from the cen it t rE'rS\ A special business course in '";,:!

college Philadelphia have derided In the days of my youth when be was any report that two can live a* cheaply 1 1 l vale iMa day of = A D tae, and Economy Is provided for :tI,1
,
to uw the metric system in writ at the London Zoological garden, and as one. BRASS SBSiSf. =2Sr eoiupWn. not Intending to study for a dt''tf. tT
log their prescriptions when they an I I remember one incident which gave Shackled-When you add to the census or et.s be Sewanee Grammar School prep: '>

graduated. This action will no doubt tx I evidence of his keen Menu of humor. report you will see the difference. Ordered a lb. '' Tituus tile for this lad for other Unlver1* *

handed down from class. to class M il t Jumbo was carrying his load of children -Philadelphia Record. $ SvtsiaI BIGGESTPIN : 1 Ra day of Jmmry,A'DolII try for business. For special pampf',, *

is the ant step made in this country bja tramping along his regular path & ;1 Robbl.. 4. 4. SnW ART. further Information, address

.medical cull @u. Ilis.cout nd I\that t with stately {read, winging his gn\ _trl If I't W'II' e. URDU for Weak N.'...> I THE SOUTH I Grah.fop n, {'Je ; (h..n.CouI1Jul.ry. B. LAWTON WIGGINS IIViceChancellor ';
Comprt 11Ie Clr.ult 1 Sew ant J-
Vou 1rs Or Rer. F. C. BaylUs, Tltusvlllt r.3











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_____ ___ __ ____ _:aOTELs. -J
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51'Jr Kapolma of German Prrat. The Tropical Trunk Line

An interesting theory regarding the
GRAND VIEW t''
R, < HOTEL k Oo r'uoo'fio 'M rr origin of the Bonaparte family Is formulated

,,, rKl by the French historian, Peyre,
Tltusvllle Florida. I + Jacksonville & West
rtiKS141RP Tampa Key Railway..JOSEPH
in his work "Napoleon I et son Temps. .

'OI. Is now being thoroughly repaired and Peyre declares that the ancestors of the
overhauled II. DUHKii: llocoivur.
for the winter travel Rates "Little Corsican" were German, and ,

. DARING WIRE WALKING 2.00 to 12./50 per day. Special! rates by not Italian, and attempts to prove it as TII s: ....uRIl" 'noiTiirKN KAIIIIOAII its.,'
,
week or month IMHAN: : KlttH HTKAMBOA1 ( OMr4Nl.: ( R. 11.CAIILIOrnerslMsnspro
Of..*k Solar's Tbrilll. FM M Bnlld- follows: "From the eleventh to the fourteenth JlllTKH AMI LAKHtKTII HAILI'Al.)
las Derrleill. Om ".. JNO McCALU.. Proprietor. century there lived in Genoa the
I Special Feature at Ooronado1-Motl- i{ i.lr----: :: : :.o.OUTrr-
Recently Omaha people passing in crate rites, solid comfort, no ostentation Influential and widely scattered German Sit, :.._,. -r ... :i*. \o. etc e vicinity of where the new federal rood flslilng, good cooking Write family bearing the name Cadalinger Nun l>*lly liiIlT I I IMlly I 1"111 I..s Mun:
Sliding is being erected at Sixteenth HOTEL MELBOURNE for term The family was at all times a true allyof empll2mp i' ft lift a .. ''t..: I
have been the German in :\11' ;: 119 p I .ft :14 a . Ar... liranm lurk 1.:11.: ... S11! "p in: S U ,liD
cwt >d Dodge street treated tot imperial party Italy, . tola .. .. Ar. .. 1.1t".h..l'tlnll..I.| Want V.>tpu.' ..
of and seltun and at the time its member 111'\1.1.I I . .. .. . .. ,
exhibition nerve daring same were +np 5tIc. a Ar .C "-' .I..n "ni' rlnic1nlntM I. atlam > im |' in 1IA' p til
1, in the lawdnst MELBOURNE, Indian River FLORIDA. the lenders of the citizens of Genoa and : :.' p . Ar . . .. . I.. 4..'. ... 'toI'llI"i i m niUllpm
witnessed arena. palmetto House #! I U.. 3 ti' 104: .. .. .. .. Ar. .. ..... .. I.. .. .., .. in 211T1II"( p
From the half 1 completed walls rise a Orwntall the year round Good FluhInjr the guardians and protectors of municipal aiTp tlOhll"ftl. II Ma in, laapni
;
- tall derricks, which with their I Hunting and lachtlng Rates ...... liberty aud ust es. For those reasons : : II 4.1 aII :: :::: :: : :::i .i ::; : I.i, : : I::. J mam: II a m'' USApin:
zeD .;Wand 11M. 4241 ill's ,. Ar.. .. ... ... 'It..r. . I.. 21ant IIHnani II XI ami

e twork rigging of stays of a monster and supports ship, resemble A single &:! Proprietress upward Mint I. M Uitn I DAYTONA, FLORIDA. by both the high!family and was low greatly The people respected. conferred : :: : ::I JIMp Imp: :: tarp MaUIHp .. .. ':::1..1..1..1.... << 31.4:14": > Orsngel'ItyJnnelion..I.e 2eaantlnMtant4a'a
"
lU'c jt 81 wire binds the tops of the derricks : + + COMFORTABLE and HOMELIKE upon them the popular and hon. ; 1'01' I I'Sp' I! .. .?..::lA'. tesnlord. .. ....i.v'_iat' a..nllea._ am W siam_

ether and is stretched tightly nearly Situated the West Bank of the orable title of 'buoua pnrte'-that is, .. I1a12p .. .... .. .. .lA'-.. ...-, ..".-1 'i---... .. .. ... I.. .. .. .. '. ....m
c The Park on .. ... .. '.... .I.o
)0 feet above the street Occasionallyman Cottage, Halifax River, In a beautiful gnne of 'belonging to the good party This attribute .. .-.-. .I H I.I.: ::::: .1r..TIItP1I.1.E.At Iare -- ; Ti :
t medium nickname adherred to the : "> : / It :: >I t:::
of less than stature hueD I palmetto trees; one mile from the At- or j 'I ::::::

seen to clamber to the top of one WEST PALM UK.\CII, FLA. Untie and within easy walking distance family even after it lost its wealth influence .. ,... 4op '1141'p -- At ::::-:-: ,.-:-.Ilrwlhorne. .. ...... .. ... ,,,, ,, .lno.mi"iifji ii n i

the derricks and sit for a moment ono HOWES, pnoiKlLToii.IxKxted of A the churches and. places of amusement and power : .: :: :. Simpltu/t5pfulaa: : :: : ;; a Sri: .. .. ... .. ....\ ......... iAn.iv.., :::. :::. :. ;IrtepmtftupmPnnplfletp IOsltantlll.m: : :

extreme end of the vertical timber. I good livery stable Is l attached to the "At this time'rtnin members of .. At..... .. .. tmla .. .. .. .. .. .. '
ben he would carefully put one foott on the Lake Front, near railroad house, from which! guests. can; order tho family entered theservioo. of tho St. 74np I't', :tip: .. .. ..... ... I. i-rnl,uric .. .. ..I.t..1\ 104tau Yetatittligpn. tiilftTaiu' '
.. .. . ... .. .. '
teams
at moment notice, I '
a .4110111'i ao'I'i A' 4" am twin a in
on the wire that stretched away on depot and ferry landings First- Kites:-*:J .;jO to fit) per tiny, fl li to $13 George:/ bank, which had many foreign .. ',.II.'I..U'I., Ar.:: :. . Itnt I Itutsto.Pasam

cclIY [ horizontal to his body line he: Draving gathered his himself foot closep to- class In all Its appointments per week M HOAO. Corsica poflsoHstouii In order Through not to it dim they in any went way to SMa tea I sup 4Mp I: I i jtip 2071-l: 1.::: :: .: ':K: : ': : .::: : :::: : :: I: ::: S4.Ian harm.- : :-.: :::: :: I

S :eta J M p atop: Ar.. .....Hartow .'Horila'I IWaniI .. .. ..
the luster of their famous family name
they, and with single effort was bal. Rooms U in n f 4A ft jn A Tom I | 'S .
l'j c. and (1.00 per person places far neath what p ptTOfla'f : : ::::: : ::I' | ::: : : ::: ( ; : ::: a m -:
I'bI. iiciog himself on the naked wire with. BEULAH COTTAGE Open all the yeir West lIay, Corner by accepting so : Jjnp : .. till pmI .:::: ::: :

t even removing his shoes Then V-, Cellar!; MieetJnckHOTxvillo their ancestors had had they called .. : : : tl2tamt704.1, 1 ,. ,\r, ': I : : : \: : 4.1 tin i. '
T. themselves their nickname, Buona : I4ntI'talnp :: :: :: Ilintit. : : : : 't A > milt ::: :: :: :
by
without effort
owly, but any apparent -- -- -
e i would walk the wire at that dizzy -- Flol' lln. parte. From them are descended Napo- Dally rxrrpt Sundry. | Him.((115 only'
Train 21: and :tl esreethn.aghltdhnsn. liirTrt' deepen dully rrtvrrnrw >irk unit Pert
eight to the next derrick, where he THE TRAVELERS. loon I and his house"AA nirt .
... .,, Temps rnnnnilnc at T mpa nn MoinlnTliumlnv* sad Hutunlat for KryMrnt and
|ould climb down and go to work as EllN. IndI! !"}Itlvcr -. 1'I.A. and Havana Port. Tsmpa Train) ..* Jft anil "K alwicarry llirouitli ulliiian unit .I..II.K| | car '.*...mi Ntwork

I tough he had not compassed a feat iUKOPK 1'LAV ...-.

om which the most daring gymnast Only 5 minutes walk from all railroad Ion.
'p'! Quiet pUce the Pineapple Bug-grit
auld shrink in terror among drpoU and steamboat 1 landings; and all 1
Fields to spend a few weeks Hunting
This was all done simply to save theme Fishing and Boating street cats piss the hotel.

would to climbom Ketttaurtnt first-din In all its
which it require appointments -
B .KATFS:-M: .50 per day; special rates .
one derrick and make his way by the week or month. |
cross the iron beams to another. At All Ht'g"lIlnr1t'al4! :i.> cents. "tw
ty Open January 15th 1895.
ret his fellow workmen watched his These rates under present Manager ICr .
!tit JAMES: AXl>HEW :
irogress along the uncertain pathway have been established, and sustained by -

k ith much apprehension and it was re- Manager the liberal patronage of the Mate and
Fr larked that he would take the chance Tourist patrons. INnIANIitiYEHSTEAMEitSarespl..mtcdtoICrfonulit.': | '..II..I..K..n..hi :
*.vTltu.vlU f<>oa. m.. MoniUx, Umlnradavian. ,I trl",Uv* for KotklfdinVill 'nrnran. .I
nee too often and be precipitated to a HOTEL CARLETON I). C AN DRESS, Proprietor 1 ray landingn: Itrturuingleave' alellrutnte517ti.a.: m? TuamU' )'*, Thun..!.). sod 1'I1I1"ftlal ;
;
dden death on the timbers below. due Tltuevllle a p, m.

tat the gymnast never seemed to Leas. Tluiavllto for Jupiter' MnmUvp..Wn npnl. vn and FrliluM I at ftp' ; e J nplter I 4 i>. ni
nervy ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. fttlloring dev: coniu-c ing with:J, A I. W 114 for.i I'alm Krai h and othrr. 1..int.du i'n lake WorthThlini :
ink of any peril in connection with Jacksonville Florida. Returning' Ieave Jtgdtrr' TII.*'''')", .'"** ..11.1' S.ttmisya a I1. nl.; due TlttiMlllB a p, in. ,..I.
Is daring feat, and after awhile but l..wl"K| d.y, .

the attention was paid to his aerial W, II. rOrMV W 11, r\IIAM, A" V, Itl'IE,
Opposite Postoflico. COLUMBIA HOTEL IllSt plods Finally the matter was brought II. H AKI< KI.\', 1I..II.I'.nll", Jaikiiontlllv, rla
0 the attention of the supervising ar- ---

hitect, who issued peremptory orders I Under New Management x Centrally Located on St. George

bat the performance should not bo re- ---' '- -- Jacksonville
ated. Thoroughly renovated, new plumbing! Street. Guest (trying to out a tough fowl-)

The workman whose daring has ooca- W'furniture. new decorations, gas, Overlooking Old Fort Marlon and Park This chicken would have been much better If' I I

\ran toned so much comment Is a Greek electric light, steam heat elevator oval and a full view of the Ocean and landlord if it had served as an ome St. Augustine

1ilC'alir illor who has taken to the derrick bnsi- annunciator, hot and fold baths, elegantly rolling breaker from the piazzas letl-FlIegende I Blatter .

see and is employed by the Denver con- -furnished Q.;parlor, orchestra. n. BnbmltUd. ( & Indian River
actors to assist in placing and remov-
Strictly first-class In "I'm down to the office to
every respect. going gas
the big derricks, as is required bye
ng W M
TEAHEN
"
Proprietor, bare a row he remarked to a fellow
of the construction. Nonef
,
progress RATES' to Railway.
$250 4.00
per day. Woodward
passenger on a avenue car
the workmen knows his last ,
name
i4 Special by the week, and to CommercialMen. the other morning. IlA y!
od he is only known as Charley. He is ...... '
> Gas, Electric Bells and perfect system "Yes, overcharged you'" Tim Table. In Kfferl I Ith, ISO/I.
little gingery fellow rather slight in
1 mild, but full of vitality. He is never CRAPO & LeVENE of Sanitary Sewerage. "I should remark! My house was shut The All) Rail Line to Lake Worth.
all last month and here's a bill
yet
own to tire and his well trained up
Proprietors.FLORIDA. South Bound.
one-fourth larger than for the month North Bound.Nu.1 .
'IA.j nnsoles seem to bear the strain of his
before. Why don't they! knock a man Nlt, :'o /Iou. .
j Indianola o !
wrilons feats without fatigue. He does House .
Ioo'2.
INo,70
# down and rob him I'll see 'em in Tex at. Sit $7 in,1a: n. ..
lot regard his reckless journey on the HOTEL I.r .r..III.. .. -II'- tot" : 121st p "'f1Aji"" I.. W Palm 1I.h, '. :. 16 mArt. .
wire u much of a feat and seems asrare x x COQUINA x4 as before I pay a penny of IU"Biz Auao.tlne. s has ltatm 106 p silt p I.e Rlrlera.. .... .. t24.. ns ? .
hours later the two men happened Pt. AugutIne' tate p .
of his footing on that perilous path t: Huting.I; : : p 1r.I'I; : ; !: l4.tund.::: i::: :. .. .::: eel : :: :

as though he was walking a plank afoot Healthy Location, on East Bank of to meet again, and the man who was A'Ku& Palatka. I laU __ ___ I..UOIII..... .... . .... slam .
) r rt. overcharged was asked: At 1'rlatu, I !Ai it Lv Ahela. .. .... .,.. . .4's: m .


orkmen i&t Many from accomplished.stories of the the ground.are feats Before told wLlch by he the the went Greek other tojOmaha ORMOND.BY.THE.SEA. 4- Indian River, Florida. the"Well"Well gas! office did no;?"started yon raise out a row to, but"-down at f Lv Ar I..I'slatka.:r a4a$''ut sltMten.Masers. i-ii i -_... II 12041!In Jn I a, :;..; _. --.'.'..": :: ta. 1,..,.,jnji.i+'>


, tatehouse he at was Denver employed and on while the thereIs new REACIIED TITUSVILLE BY STEAMBOAT AND COCOA.FROM "No"They, not bluffed
IJ't OPEN DEC. f 1st "You told 'em your bonso was closed Ar New .. .. .. I le I' .. .. 1.T Pen' .. m
: | nerve was the means of saving lifethat all the month?" Arak 'ne/ ::: ate p l.e: Feu'1.111: .. :.. :..: :. .:::: .Ii u : mArTltwnnle420 ?

s.4F4 had been despaired of. The : p I.' U..letllf. ..... ...... ... ./11I"11'/ .
t young House New and Comfortable. "Yee. Arflty 1..ln.. .. .. .. .. Imp/ I.v'ass ...... ..,. .... ., .. .... 17 'I3I'11I ..
eon of Contractor Beery bad climbed to "But they insisted that the had Arene.s... ... .... .. .. 4/W'1'/ I.et'ityIolnt. .... . .. UIt.I'm., .

] the tower of the partially completed SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are, All Rooms Face the River. been burned" gas ArKsu Atlhxkkd Oalli..e.: ::::.. .... OM alup: ';. .... l.e I.Titnsvills: Itat : :: :::: :::::: :: ::: itstpm II I p m.. : : :
statehouse to bird's -
which had been get deposited some In one of eggs the Specialties at Ormond Pure Soft Water. "They did."" Ar Parno; .... ..::::. a1 664 :: : : .. : .:.. .... t: New 1"rt : : ::: :::::: :::::: : Mt II :: .mAfMeII..llrne. : : : :

I "And yon? I\4I"utl.n... ....,.. 111II P .. .. .... .... I.. H..y.11111..I. p ut ". .
embrasures lIe accomplished the up- For Circulars address Terms:-IS 00( per week. For monthly "Oh I paid the bill I I happened to Artlur/. .. 7atp ..... ... .. ''''.. .:lilli"" nl .. .
5y: ,
1 ward journey safety but as be turned remern\r\ ArYnn 1.le'ee.... ... .. 7 asp . ... ...... A' Fast: fl6 I' m .
that when I got home I found .. .. ... ....
.. tM .
ArAnkona.
rates address ,p rll.i ::: _
to retreat with his prize be missed his SEISER & VINING Managers that four burners had been left lightedand Ar Eden. .... .... "p'.... .. sna P .. .. ..... .. I..n M.ten Aleu.o .. .. .. IT/3-P-1II: .
1VS footing and shot downward. In some .. --.I '
miraculous manner he caught on a C. W. SCHUYLER booming away for 80 days and g ffi a515ll .: : : : : Atl'latk Ivi'slstka .if:: :::: 4.tot: r; :. :::.
ORMOND- THE SEA. Indianola, Fla. nights, and so I decided to submit to : ,.., :> 532 p : : : :: :I. :
beam that was suspended across an .. .. .. .. ..5411 p ., ... .
opening in the roof and there with tho robboryl"-Detroit Free Pros Arll.I.. .. .. ... 'Mp.. ..... .\ 4 a.:! p m .
bung ------ ----- ---- A' W. JIIIlte'...... .... 8.IM I' ., L..tllIlC..I......'" 4/11I/ ,p III .
s death grip while the terrified onlookers A'IU.I..r.... .. .. .. ... gal p . till' 811II. am ""m Ten I'
expected every minute to see him D. D. MATIIESOY.JNDJAN Jail a Little" Prcmatar I ask A'W.lIeac'li, .411 I' . ... i Its IOWa: I'll' p m 1411 p
be
"Miss Spotts, began, "may
lose
y his hold and be dashed to pieces

below. There was no one who dared to : : RIVER: :: I3OTEI.J: yon a question CONNECTIONS Via. A. & W BRANCH.Alltralna .

fr.lB. attempt to rescue him at that dizzy "You may Mr Cleverton.
"On this question rests a great partof 8UTIIUOUNI). lWRTU 1Ntt'NirSTATIONM. .
height, as they feared that in his fright

he would carry the rescuer with him in TITUSVILLE, my future. Will you""- No. I No. 1 STATIONS N... Y No. -

his fall "No, Mr. CleTerton. very coldly 6v New $" rua Tanp74Ia I.. Tampa.. .. .1i:i i :

Suddenly of the : Indian River. "I will not become your wife. I.. I...... linen 4 I6p11016a, . .. O.'I....I.. .. .... I 'lla .. ... .. .
some cm* thought rI fi' "But" I.vOrange'tly. ... .. .. 4111"1'11. .. Winter/'ark. .. .... 1118.,.. ......
Greek sailor. He was Ml tome at the Fla. ArorsngeCltyJuno. 4Stp104ta" .. Prnford.10n. .J : : : : ......
time, and the fastest hor that could be "Do not press me. My mind is as firm .. Iteland: ,. ,. lUsts Itnland ::, .: SMtpPrnonl.
adamant. .. .. .. II hOp Lr Imnll. ('U'Jonll.. 11M" .. .... ... .
as
: found was sent to bring him to the state- Mq. D. B. W'ntel"rk. I /I'll' : A' IIr'hll" (.It) .. II 0". /; .... .....
house. The boy managed to retain his j MATIIBbON, ""Why" 11r1..nlo .. .. .. ..\ M" 117,1 I.. .. .. A' I...... Ilelen' .. .. II NM! a 1".1. .... .
hold on the beam until he arrived. Betook 4 PUOPBIETOB. "There I feel sorry for yon but I .. T.'I.... .. /46p .... Arh.wStuyrua..iiuba: ..;"

never encouraged you in the least When -
in the situation at a glance and
I that becomes irrevoca Iwlweeu Jai kx.nvllle anti Ht AuKiKtlMithof .
once say 110, dally
1'1'I" without a moment's hesitation ascended Open All The Year. Tralni.. Ht Auitmlliie run dally I ser i:I Hunilay:
nimbly to the level of the boy whose ble. Train SI carries ItufTut arlor. ('ar Jai.kwmvllU U> M'..' Palm Hoard
tra I"t til) "But, my dear MI."Birl .."- Train curies Pullman HulTet HUwpInK" : earn route front New \'ork In Ht AiiEtwtliM:
was momentarily expected. He t I will allow terms of endearment Train :1 carries lullinan:: Murying: and Olnlnii an en route from: New 1 urk. to HI Auii;>tinfanoonKen ..
walked no and Ji b... mutes fur lnnr at Itriuond JumtloN.Tbla .
out on the beam as though it was Only a few minutes nn trains XI Twenty
u n m w. s + I dismiss your suit without fur Tliiw-Tal' le (how* the tint, at ahh b trades may Its upw ted to rrlve and UVi art trunk
.. a gravel walk and lifting the boy in I r walk from Railway stations ado. hear"'o"Confound the several. elation*, lint their. arrival or ilr|>arture at the time* Mated I* not guarantee!: nor doM
his arms, carried him to a place of and Steamboat land ther My the tutu|,any bold ,itself. n'.|>
safety Young Beery was not Injured beT ings. your heart I" be gaspedout HICIIAKIMIOV.Ufa ..
at last "I haven't asked for it 'I I'aweons'er AienUfJLJUV3D.
ad the bruises he received in his fall On the banks of the yon _
yet What I was going to say is, Will
P1iE oo the timber and his rescuer was the far-famed Indian Klver.
hero of the hour. That is one reason you ask your father if becsi spare that FAST : : .

why Charley's job is reasonably solid as 'iINn :R: Nn'oV' 1\J.AN: AG] TT. $50 I lent him last month? Because I VIA ---
want to a ring for I am going to
long ----- --- --- -- ---- ------ buy
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as wants it-Chicago TimesStew --
get married next week. "Syracuse

00._ Car: *. Post Southern Railway Company.
Dr. Porto's TIotMa.Ia& Let
Strawberries have for long time bad
: a While Dr. Conan Doyle was In Boston BraahlBf the Blfhl War

u a reputation as a remedy for the goutDr he went out to Mount Auburn cemetery Customer Why do you persist In trying

B. X George in a French paper tells and in the name of the London Society to force your hair restorer on me --- Western System.

I, that in the last century the great of Authors decorated the grave of every time I come in here

i botanist, Linnsras. who was gouty, had THE IDYLWILD, # Oliver Wendell Ilolmes. The memorial Barber-It isn't that I particularly l.eav.Jaekaon'I11.. . . 1:($) p. m. 1X: ) a. m.
much
fruit cause to utol the actio of the consisted of a number of palms tied want to sell you the hair restorer, sir Arrive Macon 4'J5 a. m. 420 p, m.

in this disease. At this epoch. with purple ribbon and ornamentedwith I only do it because I know you'd like Arrive Atlanta ..1:1.a.: m. 1GO p. m.

a: when uric acid was unknown, he had Florida.Open large bunches of English violets, to have hair cut oftener than yr tda Arrive Chattanooga . 1.lO p. m. 4:33: a. m.
t the prescience that the chemical cause of Melbourne, bride roses and asparagus vines The your Leave CbattanOORa. . .. . 1.lO p. m. 1:00: a. m.

goat was identical with that of gravel Arrive ClnclnDaU. .. . 1M: a. m. 120 p. m.
card attached read: "from the Society Customer-Wrap up three bottles for
r The .S:10 m. 6:45 a. m.
only ArrIeCblc.lCo
method that Umuens found p.
of January 10, 181)3. of Authors (London). A token of rarer- me please.-South Boston News 6:45
easing his goat was by an abundant Arrive Cleveland. . .o p. m. : a. m.
and of love. A. Conan
fill USe of the anoe Doyle. Arrive Toledo . 4x: p. m. 7'6 a. m.
fruit to which be has made
A select family house; Beautifully Boston Letter. aw.
graceful acknowledgment in his writ- located on a Bluff overlooking Indian Leave Chattanooga. . 4M: p. m. 1:00: a. m.

'-1P. -8t Louis Post-Dispatch Klfer. Bright fires best of beds, !large .A L.s.s.t.e ............ The crowd surged about the locked Arrive Knoxville . . 10m p. m. 10:24: L m.
handsomely furnished throughout doors of the basaar. Arrive Washington . . t:40: p. m. 4:42: a. m.
rooms, home comfort. The Tribune I. pained to announce "What is upr' asked the blind beg Arrive Sew York U.i L m. 10:56 L m.
offering every II
that the recount in Edmunds 00IID'1.S. .*.
I The Ode Ctmn fy: Cuisine a Specialty D., Las resulted in making it appear The deaf and dumb beggar whisperedbreathlessly Train leaving Jacksonville at 7 p. m. Is Vrstlbuled from end to end sad runs

Boa (reading) "There Is a tide la the JUn.12 day. Less per week I, that the Republican candidate has beenelated : "There is a bargain sale through solid to Cincinnati via. the beautiful Queen & Crescent Rout This Is
UTftin of per the favorite route to all\ East Tennessee and Georgia Resorts.
1r men which, taken in the ood. to the legislature, thus reducing Inside and the bashaw's 800
going oa
jeds on to fortune." What kind ot For further Information write or call on
a the Democratic membership In that bodyto attending. do
wires They say
c Me does that mean? a total of t.-Siou City (la.) Trio are in there is simply J. C. BEAR Tray ...... AsBt, IM W. Bay It, jMhaeavllU. Via.
Practical Father-TIed down to bod- I UDe. that the"carnage C. B. RON' 0..! ,......... W, A. TlKK O. 1' A
Journal
palling Indianapolis A. P, A. .
t&l.-ooo4 New ._ C.: A. BKXBCOTKK O.

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8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JANUARY 45, 1895.

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< rr u DUATII OP Mil. .TACO11 X,THE ROBBINS & GRAHAm 1 1e

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In the last Issue of the ADVOCATE w ,
referred to the serious Mines of Mr. Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.

Jacob N. Feaster, of Grange.. Later

Better # Cheaper. death.In news the was day,brought after we to had this!gone office to of press Ids,; LAW, LOANS, HEAL ESTATE,


Deceased was one of the pioneers of We have for sale a large list of
this section, having come here In 1807, careful)
ROYAL BAKING POWDER is more economical than and settled at I.Afirangelth his two: selected Indian River Properties
brothers and uncle (now dead),

THE brands because of its greater leavening strength, as sister Orange.Mrs. Coleman, who resides alsoLa: Agents for Sale Canal of and Lands Transportation of the Florida Co. Coa,,t li

shown both the U. S. and Canadian Mr. Feaster married his first wife l In I
by Government Reports. August, 18.V2, by whom he had two I CANAL LAN'DS.F10rlda .

I children, who are now living, viz., Mrs. Southern Jacksonville Tampa &: Key West Rall"'R'
Railway, i (
The other baking powders contain from 20 to 80 per cent less II. R. Wilson, of Titusville; and Mrs. S. Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment '<>!Ii
J. Field, of Indianola. He married his and other Low Priced Lands. "
leavening gas than the ROYAL. So the ROYAL, even shouldit second wife-who Is the daughter of the I
lat Mr. S. Twlchell, another of the old IVTonoy to; Loan SLlXTe-o-ys ozx nl\n."JI

cost more than the others, would be much the cheaper.In pioneer of the Indian River country-In I At Ten per cent, in sums to luitfWrite
March, 1874, and by her he had fourchildren for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties,
addition to this the flavor wholesomeness all of whom are living. .
superior sweetness ,
He was the son of Mr. Andrew Feaster Titusville. Florida. J'

the founder of Feasterville, S. C., where I
of the
and food raised ROYAL BAKING
delicacy by he was born In September, 1822. Up to

,POWDER would make any difference in cost insignificant and the time South of he the was war In between business the In Columbia North 'f.

S. C., when he Joined Colonel T. G.Tucker'l ,! ..... ..... ..... I,
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1st Regiment Pioneers,under Carpets. '" '- ;

Highest of all in leavening: strength. Gen. Joe E. Johnson. He was also a
member of the Highland Rifle Companyof
Latest U. S. Government Food Report. Columbia, S. C., who held) him in ,

.i - high overcome About respect.ten by the years heat ago while deceased working was on The Fall Styles are AlII I ll


his place, and It Is said he never fully re-
i covered from the effects of It. He was
I ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,108 WALL ST.,NEW-YOB (I. e In his 73rd year.DeceRlled'1 Such as Moquetts, Brussels, Tapestrys and Ingrains, ii

-- --H LaOrange cemetery remains on were Saturday interred morning at or without Borders This is the largest and best select! j t

look ont day and night for Florida. last, their being quite a large num-
LOCAL NEWS.r'I"filll,1 HYPNOTISM.
.
The time to commence this work Is ber of relatives and friends present to Stock of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Shades, Oil Cloths t
now. Seeds and plants of every varietyof pay their last respects to a gentleman
Editors Adroentei fruits and vegetables that grow in who was honored and esteemed by all Furniture Coverings to be found South
Jut
from rage.Mr. this state should be put in the groundin with whom he came In contact. Our en-
Keglnald Taylor, of Oil an do, Is St.Paul."said: "Be ye not righteousyvermurh. good season to be ready for the openIng tire community condoles with the bereaved jy* Write for Samples and Prices
And he might have added
in town to-day. De wine evermuch. : of the exposition, There should be widow, children and relatives H. E. CLARK,
Hypnotism
their sad loss
calmed enough of such to continue a first-class
lllnliop (tray In expected to pans III by some to be a fraud, and alla exhibit 38 West St.
during the entire length of the Bay Jacksonville, FJ
through TltiiHvlllo tills afternoon, on his sham, without any reality. But as results ,
exposition The entire tobacco
way to Palm Beach. have settled that question, It admits I should be Industry Tim CANAL CO. MAKES A I
represented, as well as all
Af.. Rule left here of no further disciislon. other branches of that LARGE GRANT TO TIIK J., '
Snpt yesterday i Industry are now
I see from the ha assumed
I'nperslt
: to place the steamer St. Augustine perplexing form In the court avery or ran be conducted In the state. ST. A. & I. It. HY. CO. S. Smith Jr. c& Co
nn the run between Juno and I'alm When personscommitcrimet under thenlliience There are hundreds of people In this ,
llearli, in connection with the J. & I. I state who would take pleasure in arranging -
W Ky of hypnotism, the question Is attractive and novel exhibitsfor Tho Florida Coast Canal and Transportation DEALERS IN -
whether they are responsible for the actor
a Florida The too company has made a grant of
building women, ,
McRnrs. Lee A Fitzgerald, the gov- the party who hypnotized them. A would gladly take up their branch of l I02f>17 acres of land to the Jacksonville,
eminent hull and Ixiiler Inspectors, ar- person under the Influence of hypnotism work St. and Indian River Railroad.
and Augustfne
for a creditable
exhibit -
rh'l'.111I town hot night. They will Inspect III not primarily CHponslble for any act There arrange Is no time to be lost. The grant is 1,500: acres to every mile of ab-.- .'..- 'I-', r,... ..'.!. B R I C K
the steamer Canaveral to-day, and they commit. For Instance, I can hypnotize There seems to be no doubt but that railroad between Fort Tierce and West
leave for do"n-I her points to-night. n person, And cause them to com- an appropriation ba made by the Palm[ Beach, but there not being enough

,Mr. ft. "-. Dixon, commission mer. mit any crime they are capable of, and eglslature for a state building and for land available between the two points, I
they"111 have no knowledge of It; but he: deeds cover lands extending far Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. EtcAOP'Tr8
hint, of New York, gave our offices an exhibit. The advantages must be as ,
call on Tuesday He left for other point lie exct'ptlonllaro rare where a personcan apparent to all members of that body, as Biscayne Bay. Will always lowest
:- give pri<
Fon very
Im
without their
hypnotized own and there The grant Is made by reason of the
down the river next day for the will be influential advocates
of interrlewingourfarmer.. purpose consent Jlenoe, Indirectly, it Is a voluntary of such a measure on the ground to increase In value of the lands of the: ROME BRICK CO., Rome, Oa., I pod prompt shipments.
act on their part, by placing urge the passing of a bill carrying such canal and transportation company by COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta Ga., Give us your orders and we IU3
The seven bibles of the world are the licmwlvtg In a position to commit the an amount as It may be deemed expedient the building of the railroad through the THE CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO. | antes satisfaction.
Scriptures, the Korai'the Trl 1'itikcs of crime.A I to make for the purpose.In territory granted by the state to the OFFICE : WAREHOUSE :
the lluddliists, the Five Kings of the person under the Influence of liquor all the commission canal
company.
probability .
138 East Street. McConlhe Block.Telephone
Chinese, the Throe Veda of the Hin often commit crimes that they otherwise -] which now consists of three, will be This large tract of land which has just Bay t
doos, the Xcnd.iveNta; of the Persian, would nut, and often don't know It. increased to five provided Governor come into the possession of the railroad Telephone 884. tM.
and the KdiUs of the Scandinavian Jut tho law docs not excuse them, because Mitchell sees no objection. It may be will be put upon the market Immediately JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. I
themselves -- -- ------------ -- II
they voluntarily put Hint, since the government has taken by the land department of the road. Ft I
Maiiihnid Ilios., 13 e\\nan street, R condition to do 1 It( otherwise lawbreakers
; luch will be reserved for actual settlers, and
a general favorable turn, to select
Jacksonville of the people, are desirous on Indian of the River patronage \\honel'.1 would always be drunk, while I two men from the center and southern will be sold to such people at reasonable B.Groceries L BRA:: ]::C Y,
) would be a hardship for a person to end of the state to serve with those already >iices.
clothe djeing. Anyone having uTor( for a crime they knew nothing of.If I, appointed. There ls much work Mr. C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, has
lallt'.IIIIIItIl, ilirsNcs, fcatlieis, laces, etc, there restraint who Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertiliz r
should was no every one I to do, and there Is but very little time to been appointed representative of the .
get them d'e.ll.y the above tlrm. com in Ha a crime would claim the ,
pro- : lo It in, so that It is the duty of every Jacksonville, M. Augustine and Indian t
bee their ad on our :2nd page. ectlon of hypnotism, as getting to be resident of Florida I to give all the assistance River Railroad and the Florida Coast I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of :
,)Jr, t'has. A miner now rebels in ho case In some localities already. At pOllllible.-Flol'lda Citizen. Canal and Transportation company to : Fruit
Ac
iocciicM
tl:0 jMtwicfisIon of a line, wootlen-I'hn mt'.1 ho same time hehi the Iarty110 hypnotises assume the management of White City J4tivplo Fnncy ,
<< il.tv The woodon-ilmined wheel seem to any crime committed, as they i Carty Is an experienced agriculturist and All Kinds. Also My Stock of
to lie gradually gaining: favor In this section place the party In position to do It. Repairing at Anthony Itros., Tltuivlllo. horticulturist, and has a knowledge of
this being the fourth one broughtInto A person hypnotized naturally In a Satisfaction guaranteed. *;24tf. the climate and soil of that section. He Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
of mind ,
town. negative state and harmless. Its will advise the farmer when and whatto
Impossible) for a person under the In- Itoom' to ICent. plant, and will supervise all their'arming Ground Fond and Wheat. ,
Mm, Kinma: talon I I" now located luence of hypnotism to knowingly tell a operations, Mr. McCarty has a I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: in the above Unit I
the stern one door north of tho one die falsehood, or use deception In any form. Apply at Rice House, corner of Main large lemon, orange, and vegetable plantation Goods. I buy close,and will sell close. Invite your correspondence and lolic I
has been occupying, where she I II prepared It Is an art, or science, that can be used
and Hopkins streets, Titusville. :II'} at Ankona, and has also one of your patronage. Very truly '
:
to supply all kind of stationery, fur the best of purposes, anil It can be he finest nurseries on the coast 313. L.13RdLY.. .
cigar, candies, ete. She also ha the fearfully abused. Mr. Louis Bauch, who has had charge
loading dally and weekly papers for sale, MO T. JlAitPKt. A lleniitlful Line of the colony, will be sent to Denmark, >
among them the ADVOCATE. Jensen, Fla. ds native home, to tell of the ad ran tiges -
Of sterling novelties at Anthony Bros. Motlow
rainier Frost, New York commission 1'ltulI\'lIIe, Fla. .J4tf of the East Coast of Florida, and & Wagoner
merchant" wilting the AKVOOATK THIS IS rLOHIOA'H OPPOlt bring to this country settlers to swell .
yesterday, says "The recent freeze In the colony at White City and other RETAIL AGENTS FOR
TUN ITY.
I'loilcU ha* cheeked all shipments ofvegetables School Teacher Wanted. points along the East Coast.-Florida

consequently there In nothIng Citizen.
now to quote, and orange, doubtless Mr. J. 1-:. Ingraham, commissioner In Wanted Immediately an experiencedmale PURE SOUR MASH WHISKEY
teacher for four mouths
me nearly nil In. We resume our charge! of Florida's exhibit at the Cot- #10 month. Students school, at Dissolution! of Partnership.
quotations an soon ns the cross now being tun States and International Exposition per mostly over
15 of
planted I ready for m.ukct.: to bo held In Atlanta this fall, has sent years U.age KITCIIINO Address, I'ot dam Fla. Notice Is hereby given that the firm of ALL KINDS OF
,
letters to his associate, Colonel Chipley ilount[ & Anthony, dealers In
The notice of Intention to apply to and Mr. Brown, looking to the appointment ) ., and repairing business, Tltusvillo wagonstc. "VVjn.es: Spirits, :Beers: Eta
the next legislature for a special) not to of a day when they can meet to ::B.A.R.G-.A.XN'S t'la has been dissolved by mutual con-
unable liietard county to Issue h.nnda for confer .
upon thesubjectof an exposition.At sent.
road purpose appear In this Issue. tho time Mr. will
sanio Ingraham
Tut l notice" I III requited by law, and must lain _n ____
submit an address to IK sent to all board offering bargains :=, DUREN&FEASTERGROCERIES
run for sixty d.i>s before a bill can be of county commissioners and other state
'
Furniture, .
introduced. The days will llatttu.g.1Y'indowShuttles
sixty expire county and municipal bodies, urging
licfoie the legislature meets, thus enabling their co-oi>cratlon. Mirror, I tc. 1 _
our senator to introduce the bill In the meantime there is much that

v-ry Mt..u.'of the people the session lu,case i If such the project is the can individuals bo accomplished that are Interested by these bodies having and Coffin I also and hate Casket a department) Mail orders devoted will receive to- OF ALL KINDS Francis H, Leggett & Co1'!

to abandoned, the utlro11I do no prompt attention. Satisfaction
Florida property) represented at the exposit -
harm, but, if on the other hu..1e do- guaranteed. '
It does I
at time
on. Coming as a Fine G1.
old to build the road: we will lime when the e'el of the capitalists are look- I EIWRNELStN. Mrluouruc Fl.. ocel ies.
complied with the law as to publication,
in toward the south for investments, and I -
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cti at a time when so many of the mills ol Fruits and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all kin
the north are establishing I factories in lA.
I onfuclus it is said, was passionately the southern states In order to compete :Beautiful Selection
fond of watermelon seeds.Theinlntocles with southern manufactured goods, CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE. _
there Is every reason why Florida) a OJ7
was passionately fond of sister state, should exert herself, not --- r Agents for Williams A Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders loaclted.Yt'y .

dancing and flute playing. only to be represented, but to ben the
Truly,
!ground with building second to none In b nuron ct3: Foas1or.;
Peter the Ureat liked to be carried
Importance, with as tine an exhibit as 5:=:0 O: --- ------- --=
about In a wheelbarrow.llesold the state can gather together regardlessof c c:::> '=' "THE LITTLE BROW lUG"
bated women, and took nopains cost, and to have a bureau on the <
grounds and In Atlanta in charge of a >
to conceal the fact. Old
COIl1tt'tt'ot01'1'1 of representatives to ---.. tr.I Kentucky

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Illl'rrllllrlrllll..rills.arIllallxI111111ZS,911r1r \ \ / i:: H RYE OR BOURBON. 4

i:;
c:::> ONE f
GALLON Delivered
: PRESIDENT LINCOLN ::z:
t in Sealed Case, (no marks)at your a p>

h used to say that you could fool M STERLING BELT x BUCKLES :x AND ZARINOS depot On freight Receipt prepaid,
ekocl,'cr: some people all the time and all W of $3.
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I t C.o.. 'QL--r.II- -O.t-);. rp people some of the time but you N I At ANTHONY BROS., The Jewelers. tlal.AU Addres business Strictly Confiden-
H : cannot fool toll the
people all the e f- __
; "' 'k'c.;xy dII uau '' t'ne Th's' rrlnc'ple accounts fort WANKLYN & CO.,

e bet th.t: people who have: been pii Jacksonville, Fla.

i i humbugged by trying unknown = LUMBER .
'+ brands U Condensed Milk are sure --------

to come back to: the old reliable! RICHARD W. GOODK.
U I JAMES T HOGG.KoUry .

Gail Borden r : We are making special prices on Lumber PuUfc ft In r.tc l W


i Eagle Brand I Lath and Shingles, in car lots, toall points South on the, Florida Real Estate Exchange,,


v' ? Condensed Milk which leads witha all J,, St. A. &: I. R. R'j. For M particulars, AddressBUILDERS' jy Write .
for
reputation of over 30 yean for M u* descriptive price lUt.POSTOFFICE \

unexcelled Quality r SUPPLY CO., BOX 160.-

[ [ [ [ { ) [ [[[ [[ [ Drawer 13 st. Augustine, Fla MELBOURNE
Brevard
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