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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: February 8, 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
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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oL 1O. ISTo. 1. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, FEB. 8, 1893 Price, 5c.



LOCAL NEWS Bead TIlls Column Carefully -Mr. Jerome Twichell has been ou a -Take note of the new ad. of Mr. leo. Jlltf Cntch of Flair

hunting trip this week.Representative E. Coon, Jensen on our 4th page town ;i

Topic* of General Interest page ty are Advertisements ten cenU per line on per this week(,first and)) AV. R. Sanders, of -Mr. R. E. Minis, of Bonsventuro,, short M. S. Quay Is keeping up his

are continued from week to week unless Courtenay, was In town Wednesday. was In town a day or so this week. a fisherman. On .'rltlsylallt he
:I Spanish mackerel In three
In connection otherwise ordered. Reading notices on Mr. J. 0. ot -Mr. E. J. state of
r and General Countp Gingras, Rockledge, Trlay, Inspector to St the Santa: Lucia Inlet, Indian
Indian Hirer and Lake Worth am any page but the first, are live cents per I paid Titusville a visit on Monday oils, was a pleasant visitor to town on I

during past week. Brief. mention of line each Insertion. i Wednesday. He returned to Jackson .
i -- "---
.sting Event from Various Part Six-handed euchre was revived In vllle jesterday.Read City, :
WIIERR' to stop. See list of hot"llon : North Titusville on Wednesday" night. "
About People You Know Return llome.To-dn ,
( World )
ha and the new time-tables of the J.
4th 7th
People You Don't Know Picked our pages. -Mr. I). S. Hutchinson has his yachtIn !St A. I. R. R v. and J., T. K. W. -

|y Our Society. Editor. first-class trim for a cruise down the Ry. on our 7th page. : : Brady And his. niece, Miss Al
I. C. Onvr.H leids In low
I
always priceson Indian River week
: who have been on a six:
building material. -Mr, W. R. Sanders has been ap]>ointrd -
-Mr. Silas B. Wright, J>t>J.anll'l'eli |ostmaster at West Palm Heath, In \ : l til Ip| to Belgium, Fiance and

Ml:sic At, instiuments and strings, at known Insurance agent, was In town un i; place; of J. C. (towers, removed. the : : ; are expcctnl home today, and
THE Mends will lie glad to greet
Bros. Titusville Fla. 20-2( Wednesday.Mr. / ;
Anthony I Archdeacon i;. F. Brown will hold their aiiival In town Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Scrlmgeour were : divine service at St. Gabilei's church on of the Miss Egger, who made the
PA.INrot TIN WOKK of all kinds done by Ray A pleasant callers on the ADVOCATE on )
mrK Sunday: -morning and evening! England:: : to Sew York In one of

U SSI _Day, hardware__merchants__ _, Titusville.___n_ __ Monday, : -Mrll. W. E. Unsett, of St Louis, Baker &' IH"t''h..undThe City of

DY UT GET your carpets, etc., from H. E. Clark Theie was a meeting of BrevarulSchool who has been spending a few days In 5th only a little over six &I.'y.ln
USINf S SL ST hoard this week" but as far as !
;
De Land returned to Titusville yesterday -
38 West Bay street, feed
M ; Jacksonville. ,
---- we can learn nothing of importance took and111 stop at the Indian River -- ---

STOP at the City Barber Shop-white place. hotel for a month. 31oore In TitiiM'Ille. I

barbers. Razors honed. Mr. Wm. R. Campbell, proprietor of -A very fine yadlt-the Alnll-has

Hotel Bellevue, Melbourne, was In town just been launl'h..1 by Capt. Charles I / Rev. John Moore, Bishop of I
DEED blanks lOc. each; ; 13.00 per 100, at Wednesday, and gave our office a short Clarke, of Palm 1I'l\'h. It Is said ('.. WlIn town Monday allll1'u"11- ,

the ADVOCATE ofhce.JCLIVH : call. tn be the neatest anti /dent yacht on Lake \ iJ : i !: arm ivirl /heie from St. Augus '

-Mr. C. T. Verbeke, manager of l I homo. In conversation with an
KLINE still leads in shoes. Do Hotel du Nil Sarno, who had Wen I Worth.Mr. Palm representative, the" bishop
Wm. Thointon left here on
not fail to watch this colnmn for his I ;
They Intended I church
spending a day or two In Jacksonville, Tuesday morning's train for Atlanta, building a on
bargains. returned home on Wednesday. Ga., where he ,,1Il1)robl\blylocllte for a ten ; .: to the Roman Calhollo
and the Grand View, \
WANTED naphtha launch. Address -Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Paul, of Oil City, time, stopping lilt his cousin at New made, near he had not been In Titusville Bishop i

J tit { Jas. E. Andrews, Beulah Cottage, Pa., have been spending a few days in Smyrna a day or so ere leaving Floalda.Mr. was here with Dr. McGlynn J.

Eden, }'I\: town. They left for other downriverpoints Geo. B. Humph left on yesterday was surprised to see how the

on Monday.The morning's train for St. Augustineand Improved\ since his last visit

is surprising, quite uprising, FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall ADVOCATE acknowledges receipt Jacksonville, and will probably goon fall to notlco the ADVOCATK'H

hat there is in advertising; on J. A. Daughtrv at Mr. Nolle's of a very pretty calendar from Mr. to Savannah, Ga. He expects to be Mr. block. We acknowledge a

(en grow rich by the knack of it, old stand, Titusville, Fla. Geo. F. Paddison, Eau Gallie's well- back by next Tuesday: or Wednesday. noted rail fiom Bishop\ Moore and I Ii

id men grow poor for the lack of it. known lumber merchant.Mr. of Black- In I i 'lloin.
CAM. at Julius Kline's If you need new stone. ted
and fashionable clothing at a cheap and Mrs II, B. Ransom,, of Macon Him
rate. Bring the cash along. ', la., arrived In town last week. Mr. Hutchinson avenue, the size of which Is ''''' ) I A Narrow INenpe.:
Please see that your subscription Ransom has been appointed mail agent to be 24xl2ft.: It will be used for law,
|iul, and that the year reads 1893.! Insurance and real estate price, :
subscriber to the ADVOCATE are Go TO L. C. Oliver, Titusville. for yourbuilding the place of the late W. E. Dale. '' .. Ollle, of Jacksonville,

feted to pay their subscription in material He has made -Mr. Thaddeus Smith and Mrs. Wray -On Friday last, the steamer Celn- ,,,- at Ormond Bum'li Sunday
prices meet the hard times. : from New Voik for Santiago, was during 1.low.'Ihe
.1/11" who came from Canada, spent a day or fnges, a heavy
i so In town this week, Mr. Chas. S.Mills stranded In the harbor of Nassau island. way from Indian River to the
'he ADVOCATE Is one of the best ad- Tie AND luox WORK of all kinds done I of Sandusky, 0., accompanied The passengers, crew and mails were | In dlaljte of ilei.art and John
ising mediums on the East Coast. by Ray A Day, Tttusvllle.\ Write them i them. safely landed. Latest repoits say this when oil Ormond situ lost her
when need anything In that tine.I I will become total wreck. the boat
Cocoa's you steamer a They anchored Satur
-Mr. J. M. Sanders, prorain- -Mr. B. B. of Jacksonville, was
Pope,
The I and the the
during night
merchant, was in town Monday. THE greatest beautifier on earth. For in town Wednesday. and Thinsday, for -Mis. Andrew husband Carlile of LaGrange, over the boat began: /to (III),

Head the letters for and against the particulars, address Mrs. Florence the purpose of collecting debts-bad and presented her" with a fine, made for the rigging/ where

r 111 road, and also "A Disguised Wesson Willard, Seabreeze, Fla. 274 otherwise. He returned home yesterday bouncing. baby gill on Saturday night (.' discovered next morning by
last at nine o'clm'k. It tipped the scale
," our 2nd page. at lOlbs. Dr. R. L. Wills was the attend- of of the CiMjulna: hotel who
: : : :
Now Is time to make a for t rescued them In chilled I
Miss Louise Jones and Miss Jennette your purcaae Married on the Kith ult, Mr. F. R. ant physician on a
Julius Kline Is determined to sell allow The condition from their
ilison made a lengthened call Veomett, of City Point to Mrs Laura perilous
upon
the lowest for cash. -We understand the lion. L. B. The well cared for
ADVOCATE on Monday morning.Miss as Mitchell, of Macon, Ga. The nuptial men were
knot was tied by Mr. M. Goldsmith, no- Wombwell, state commissioner of agriculture Svlser A Vlnlng Tho boat

Tucker, of Fort Pierce, who OYBTEKS-For the finest and freshest tary public, of Titusville.We Tallahassee, has a quantity of ville, \ bo a total loss, and I all Its con
1 been spending a few days In town fish and oysters call at Smith's restaurant Imported Sea Inland cotton seed for frue lost.

h Mrs Minor S. Jones, returned. home railroad wharf, Titusville. acknowledge receipt of several distlbutlon in small lots to farmers who
Saturday last. books on good roads, from the Secretaryof desire to try them as an experimentDon't
that when need tin Agriculture, Washington, I). C.; also A River Trip.
The Sunday night sacred concerts REMEMBEK, you any memorial address on the late Senator fall to note the ad. of Hotel
iron work done at point on In- a Mr.
or any /
Carleton hotel, Jacksonville, are Samuel Pasco. du Nil, !Sarno, on our 4th page. It will
the Hon.
dian River or Lake Worth, Ray & Day Colquitt, by wait of the Week, Host I). B.
eh the and be to the tomorrow Saturday
public
appreciated by guests open freelT'A
the to do it of the Indian River hotel
Titusville, are ones columns 1,600 ,
and local and friendsshould
Jen ts. Brains In the editorial Feb Oth. Our readers e
of his guests and friends
to Attention fail to at Sarno-a beau-
attention not
, We acknowledge receipt of Senator To LET, a fine brick store in the ADVOCATE draw circulation paper and stop house Indian River In one of Mr. L.
drawn brings tiful on Eau Gallle River.
co's speech on the Nicaragua Canal block, Titusville. Excellent lo- so what the ADVOCATE spot 1 line naphtha launches; but

which he delivered in the U. S. cation, Possession may be had at circulation brings and Roll -Miss Delores Regnra, the charming Mr. the weather was rather nnpro-
ate. once. Apply to Robbins A Grahamor has-publicity! patronage. up sister of General Agent Regora, of the ('n., the occasion, was thoroughly

-Mr. has C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, ye advertisers Southern Express Co. at St Augustine, I They The cool north wind, and the
A. T. Rose of Melbourne
Titusville. -The Rev. F. C. Bayllss left here Sat- arrived In town Friday night last, for firm from our usually..-
I n building a new naphtha launch for urday.last, for Orlando. From there he the purpose of spending a few week In the way of IIrayhllta-to
J. P, Turner El which will
of Dora
between Ormond., YACHT ron SALE.Yawl rig, Si: feet goes to Eustls to take charge of the with Judge and Mrs M S. Jones. It was not asleep-were re

Titusville and long, 0 feet beam, 2 feet draft cabin church. Mr. Bayliss has not been In connected good spirit; and, after a five
-The bathing-pool. ,
-Mr. E. L. Brady Is now getting the accommodates four, now In commission good health for some time past, but we new Polnclana the up, and three or four miles
with the on ocean
Royal ,
iterlal on the ground for a very tine with complete equipment W. trust the change will be of benefit to beach Is said to be largely patronized by Mr. lifer, the launch returned to

dence.( Mr. Decker is contractor, II. Browne, Cocoanut Grove, Fla. him. the boteljtueBtB. It Is said to be one of .
il 1 Mr. L. C. Oliver has supplied the to the party on board were: Mrs
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Woodward, of finest bathing pools In the United States, .
terlalOr MONET.: We want money to loan on first They of St. Louis, Mo.; Mr.
New Haven, Conn., are still comfortably and cost about $70,000.
C. B.
Teu cent W. T. Parsons, of DeLand; Mr.
real estate mortgages per
F n. Houghton, of Columbus, free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden ensconced In their yacht Flora, which -We understand that Mr. Geo. F. H. II. Ransom of Macon, Ga.;

It o. arrived In town Friday, and was & Sanders, Titusville and West PalmBeach has been lying at the city wharf for to make sometime Paddison, the lumber merchant, of Eau Knott Mr*. T. K Paul, of Oil City, Pa;

und town shaking hands with his Florida. past. They shortly expect Gallle and Titusville, has received some \ Dlckson and little daughter,
') friends. He left for Lake Worth cruise down the river-going as
) another big orders for lumber lately. This H. !: : ; Mr. F. W. Miller, [lII"ellda
Saturday, and returned to Daytona NOTICE. Laundry No. 1, on Washington far as Lake Worth. They get quite a proves that the country Is still alive, Mary II. Ransom and Jennette

Tuesday.The avenue, Is now open. All wash number of callers on their yachtMr. notwithstanding the freeze. way ; Captain It. P. PaddUon and

Misses Florence, Emma, Min- sent there will be got up A. S. Thompson, who is the of the Indian River hotel H. A. Hodges, Murphy, L. B.

[ and Ruth Hardee, of Kockledge, who shape, and work guaranteed satisfac agent here for several makes of wheels, are-The rejoicing guests over the fact that Its owner A ) A. Michael, N. E. Tevls, C. II.
nr, s few days at the residence of Mr. tory. Polishing a specialty. Family has opened a place on Washington avenue Walton. Captain Deuny was
Hutchinson rebuilding
,
-Mr, I) s
I Mrs. B. F. Ives. at LaGrange.' re- washing at reduced rates. feb8-tf! for the convenience of those wishing the river wharf, which was washed awayIn of the launch.

ned home on Friday afternoon last. to hire ladies' or gentlemen's bicycles, storm. The hotel
last
September's
I"* told our reporter that they had had SLOOP for Sale; new, dry and seaworthy.Just and for the repairing of same; also the be able to (Hsu and row Dr.
of guests will soon ( ':lt'H IUIIUAM:
enjoyable time at LaGrange.I the boat for a cruising party repairing of guns, etc. New and secondhand the wharf of old.
from as
three or four. Model hull, 8x19, and wheels on hand for sale. The shop St. AT IAU (UAf.l.Il
.. M of money Invested Judiciously decked over. A bargain for the next is In charge of E. G. Cuthbert. I -If the number of Invitation to while

advertising space Is as good a* the few days. Address, Samuel Welch, parties, etc., received at this office from '
and Mrs. W. S. Conner, of Tren- of how Mr. II. )f.
if tmount at compound Interest, Titusville, Fla. -Mr. various places along the East Coast Is Indication
th. profitable results from a good ad ton, N. J.; and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Budd, any Indication, It would appear to us to the great friend of the East

."n. ')ay will be retained and added to WE now want money to loan on first of Englewood, 111., who spend their winters that our people, generally, are enjoying likely to look upon the proi"t

urxi day, and so on through theti I mortgages on real estate Loans net on Indian River, arrived In town on themselves; and It looks to us as If the ire snd( a shell road from one end vi

I lenders ten per cent free of all ex- Monday night! and gave the ADVOCATE freeze did not quite deplete their ex county to the other, we mention
Interest paid seml-annually. a pleasant call next day. They have urst that he subscribed $MKXXU f) for .
Mi. )t W. Baxter of Ottawa Can- penses. who chequer.A .
down this are
I Absolute safety. Robbins & Graham many friends way, ; across Eau Gallle creek and
!&. eau spent several winters on Indian Titusville Fla.Fou always pleased to see them. subscriber writing from Exeter, Dr. In that neighbor
"e i with his wife, ls now vice-presi- Co., ,- N. IL, says: "Enclosed: tlnd check for : check for the amount men
--- of Fort Pierce
"Q >' The -- -Dr. M. W. Llcbty, wish
People's Life Insurance Co. for 1110O. I
New three-room cottage In days In renewal of subscription received by the committee
SALE spending some
had been
who
Canada
Mr and Mrs. Baxter made should miss the much after snd
South Titusville, with front and back In connection with the paper very I matter In charge, before
',D) nends during their Indian Titus- brick foundation, flue and fire St Augustine, of the Flagler Railway four years of weekly visits to give It up. i begun on the road. In addi
porch medical
e 4tu other places along Klver. place. Also lot, 50x!>0. Cost 150. stopped department over at TltUkvllle from Was sorry to learn of the death of my ana cash contribution of $tSxt01)' .
l'iamuelV lcb old friend, Mr. Jacob of Sebastian. He by ) four lot, worth I7VOO each, la
address his home.
*;'ott For terms until Saturday, on way
ftP" n States and International Friday good fellow anti made a good citizen laud
was a furnish for a
openlug
up
M >n will have some very strong at- box 04, Titusville, Fla. Photograph His many friends In town were glad to I was sorry to hear of the freeze, .
) forwarded on requestBiCtCLEs countenance here again.
etunslotbewayofamusementa Men- see his genial but It won't hurt you In the emit!. WishIng shell road-which a majority
''II calL
H 't u We acknowledge pleasant
already been made
ot Hagen-
'. and second-hand you continued success, I am, Yours seem so anxious to have
Wild Animal Arena. NegotlaW -new of readers will be surprised J. M. M .." will furnish
'111 ir. m progress with Mr. Nate Sals- sale and for rent. I have the agency Some our truly, Carey "-Mr. Flagler

"\ manager of Buffalo Bill's Wild for the Columbia, Sterling, WllbtllmelRcadingl to find the ADVOCATE printed upon Nine-tenths of the merchants of today day, shell, at a nominal figure.
this week. The reason Is stated but do not know
fewwheels white we
also paper
"* and Crescent a themselves the
how ) ; are asking question
who (
wishes to bring It to
:;111 Curing the The ex- to rent, ladles' and gentle that the pink paper is made especially "Does advertising pay?" What Is the the ," the authority may be-that
exposition. and It has been over two months for the shell and
nothing
*. has men's. Will sell wheels to responsibleparties for us, remaining one-tenth doing It Is reaping much ,
It
not been decided but
y- on
,
road from the mills In Chicago to ask be the bare cost
the to paid
within the grounds and several on easy terms, or very reasonable on the harvest of dollars and cents, said
'.;: ites are being cansidered., for cash. Write or call on A. S. Titusville. We have, consequently run i which Is the result of well written, judiciously ; It out and transportation. If
Thompson. Office at the Avers Grocery out of pink paper, and bad to fall back placed advertising. It consists then the money required to

I. rumored that help of the Hotel Co.'s store, Titusville, Fla upon white which is always at hand of the suceuful minority, who have the use : road will not be so much as

I Liver, at Rockledge, have brought -Our sheriff Mr. J. E. Bowman Is the sound judgment, the acute business the (, estimated.
,' damages against the Jacksoomioal Sloop For Sale latest possessor of a wheel In town, sense to know that, la good limes and and connection, It Is well to men
*
," Two weeks ago that said the J., St A. A 1. R. Rail
company. which Is a wooden-rimmed PiedmontHe through bad It Is an eternal truth, '
they, were being transferred In For sale, sloop Irene, 40itxl5ft; has been trying to ride it this week, advertise. It consists of the an Immense shell mound know.

'* JD depot to take the train for tonnage, 18 27-100; in first-c.hu condi and he said that he bad succeeded so far, merchant princes of this broad land men Bluff. This I III probably

"* ay; *, a forge tub of paint was tion. New sails bead-room In cabin. that sometimes he was on top and sometimes who have carved their way to fortune by largest deposits of shell along

d' I. 'roc on the roof of the train shed Best party or trade boat of her size on the bicycle held that position. The the aid of rlnter'llnk and newspaper a Coast of Florida. We are noc

party of help received the full i the river. Price, UOO.OO. Apply to wheel was purchased from Mr. A. S. space. Don t fall to get In the : : to say whether U will :=
It Waveland or Cap. business ( shell to build the '
n't't Tbeli clothing was ruined, E. C. B. Tyndall, Thompson, who has sold quite a number ADVOCATE, If want your to In
: they bring suit for damages.i .- Peter Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where elf she In town lately. crease. way DOt.yolo .
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2 INDIAN RIVER W OCATE. FEBRUARY 8, 1895.Dyspepsia .



the climate for those who came directly I pleasure read the ADVOCATE'S recom- A DISTURBANCE ,
Steamship CoN
I Isn't what want
,from the colder region of the north. mendation for a dulled', road from one if itomadh you and, Clyde

HhU Influence ha been traced to the end of Brevard county to the other. I your
bowels are irregular.That's .
presence In the air of certain mlcro-or am glad the people all alonlJ..Uan lily about all you

gnnlnms which, while,not of A malignant: er are more than aroused-they are en- I get, though, with the

character, tended greatly to counteract, thu*
the beneficial result canned by the should they not be We are lauding relieve you for the moment I

milder temperature .and wonderful prevalence our suction of the county to the people''' but you're usually

of sunshine. all over the state; and If:these same in a worse state afterward

The glad tiding now go forth that people knew we did not have even one than before.

the Hidden cold/ of the last week In road that can be traveled with safety let This is lust where Dr.

Ieccmber hail swept these unpleasant alottt comfort, I am sure our praises of Pierce's Pleasant P lIeU

germ out of exigence. Tuinl t* returning our country would be a* "soun.ling brasn do most good. They act

from the south already report and tnkllng! ymbarl In their ear*. in an easy and natural

the marked diffcrenne In the climatic 1 r1 different if rom e" York Charleston and Florida Line
Mr.. Ju4q. reo.. It may lie that our County Commissioners way, very \
elTectup There I III A tonic a* well an a have not hitherto Imd the moneyto 11 the huge, old-fashioned

balm In the breeze of Florid; this se-\ nee, and have not considered the 11 pills. They're not only The magnificent Steamships of this Line

on that.ha* not been felt before for county l"ftlclutlYl'opulate d to move in 11 pleasanter, ,but there area,
reaction afterward pointed to sail as follows :
5 the far fiom no ,
Peck Tolls How yesriC >o great "fixere the matter. The condition of our county -

Mrs. Judge Was Cured rendering the garden of the iiitinn a t I" materially .tsAnjjcd In the list few and their help la,tOne .. Calling. at Charleston. S. C. Both. WaysJan .
She -
ll"'lIOla.t.e pot, a* some ftiieni tolniiglne: People are settling all along the little sugarcoated (AUIIIIABD Tn.)1)
BufTrrcrt from 1)ysjeqob.| iiliuul read the lo\- year Pellet for a gentle lax From New York, From Jack "non I
han In fact nerved a* a great mnitaiy STEAMER: tlmarleslona\.l!
Indian
River
lowing| letter from Mrs. II M Peck wife of iMprotementiareirapldlygoing (Pier n, L RMonday >
thin ative or corrective- .. .('II.ROKF.... Sunday, I'd'
at CAlicia\ writer agent that make It more eve'r theplace : 2ft, at 140 pili. ; 'I
Judge Perk.a Juntloe Trwy. on. to
... ,
three for a cathartic. \\eiinveday, 3e.atR.uupiii. ,.1EMASSRR"' Tiieilav
Connected with tlie Annotated Iremt where the ronntatn of l'I'ff't'Iual Ttrc one thing ticking I III communication J Inlay, leb at Lie p m ..ALOUNOI'1N"' Thursday, :: ,
"By a deep seine of irratUude f..rhe (Treattiencflt Youth ho *.iight not In vain. Constipation, Indigestion M :niflav, J: at ::m p mi PKMINOt: Sun.lav, 'm'0 ,l
hove rewlved from the line of Hood..I may by means of good road. believe Bilious Attacks, Wednesday, 6, at 3.mi |> m .IK HJ|'OIH: ..., .Tnewlav* .". I: '. se
[HHMHimrllln I liiiviImn I led t Dizziness Sick and Bilious H.'a.llftl"M I<.;).. ..Hunilay, 1; '
: .
log tatement for the bereft I of mifft'rer* who .. 1smtl'edneday
delirium than will
mar be nlnillnrlv J ami l< ted, Fur II year lhavebeen more ever, annual tax for this Improvement Headaches are ; 1.<, at 3.no |> inin .ALOONgt'IN ...Tiiemliiv, U j

a great luncrrr (n>in dynix-pnl; I and I last tlkrougli the enmin, I I.. not yet fully For the want of a rOl\llln our section I promptly relieved, and Frl Monday lay,, :: ,, :g:(IMI in p p m mIK ::::.. SKylINOi.F.Ilia gt'oms..:.. .. Sunday Thumlay:: .:.: !II 4Wedneaday .,,1

Heart Trouble. determined Pomdbly, ax the orange I time the :/I1..t Loa |> inA .( IIEROKE.Tnemday, .. :'tI ,r ..11.
am sine upend over
many I cured. .
rldav, / at non ... \ EMASSLFI.. .. Thumlay, to
Almo.rthID" I ale would dlvtree me. I trees part f01 tli their new nod tender .. pm.... .. Xnnelav 1IIar. ..ae,
amount of my share of the extra tax. I They're the smallest, :MnnilavWednesday. O. 51n.1q'tu. AI.111'1 ''a
tried different treatment Hid rncillclnei, but .. lE\IllIILE..Tlle.da': ''
1taveandthe bloHaom \begin to abed 27, at Bon p m +a
If the borrow the takeandthe
amount easiest
failed u realize relief Two year* ago a friendVrevalled county you the to
upon me Vi try M: ""Tx HnriiHpnrllla. their fingranre: It may INI found tint suggested, viz, lOO/XJO the Interest on cheapest pill you can
battle I notlrrd I I eon-
helped me no Jacksonville
untied, taking It It .11.1 I 11111 no much good that till disinfection, all It vteie. hi l beenmade the Mime would be small divided amongall buy, for they're guaranteed to give I Philadelphia and Line
my mike of the Imi',rnn mi nt 1 havereceived immanent by the such Rreat bcned (rum It that proctHttt the people.Let satisfaction, or your money u re Weekly service between ,T rk onvllle and IM1adelhis. calling at Charleston r r
Gladly Recommend It. of nature. At present, many rate, It la the next generation with the In turned. fast freight; Steamiihlp "OneIda" and "Hornden are appointed to all as follow

an Interesting fact that the state his creased population come and have a You pay only for the good you FROM PIIILADFIPH1A. STEAMSlIir. FROM JAC'.o''u,

tat I now ever bare Ulttreiwi a* excellent: me at it petite I alw keeps mid nothing up my I combined In Itself the blaring qualitiesof hand In its We could leaveno get. Saturday, January :Jflth . .ONEIDA . . . Friday rehrnan I.I

mlldncM and payment. Saturday, February :2nd. . . 15CWDEN . . . Friday, rthrutn ft
Hoods Cures the ninth with gentle letter legacy to our children than a It won't do to experiment with Saturday, February Oth . ONEIDA . . Friday, Febinan: 11

warmth of the south. good road, even If they have to !help pay Catarrh There's the danger Saturday, February 10th . .I30WDEN. . . Friday, .rebnnn: t:

tech amid! strength I eannot praise Hood!'s An eminent physician said the other for It. I would a thousand times over I \ constant You Saturday, February 28th..ONEIL1.t. . . . Friday, March b
Harsaparllla too murh" MHN II M. J'let*. : of driving it to the lungs.
day, when anked a* to the truth of the
rather raise the annual interest
Tracy California.; Oft llKD'S. help can have a perfect and permanent
statement that there had been a whole- for good road than to be taxell'elr St. Johns River Line.For
Hood' Pills are hand nrndo and perfect money curt with Dr. Sage's Remedy. .
Male daughter of germ, Maid : "The contribute for fund about
tu proportion and appearance tae a boa. to a every;
state of Florida hall had a con rue of
year, to represent the county In some ex
1 Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points or|
what IK known now all the Arctic treat. position. A few northern tourist, on 'road Mould be a "thing of beauty," but .

hOCIFTUS ETC.Free ment," and has come forth cleansed and their bicycles, travelling a good shelled : would be a "joy foiever." A county the St. Johns River.The .

and I'ul'lfiell. Always the most healthful toad down the shores of our river, would : bonded to the extent necessary to build Elegant Iron r lde-V\ heel Steamers

locality the Union It hat now become advertise our county far better. a shell road M proposed would have to j'OXTY OF aT11GKSONVILLE'rCA1'T.

Accepted Masons a perfect sanitarium for those whose Where one person can be induced now taxed so exorbitantly that It would be
lung are at all weak. You know that 'V. A. SHAW
retard rather than settlers
Mettle with
to among us our present condition encourage

-4- extreme cold ha been recently recom of roads, I an* sure 10 would comeIf W. R. IlAKDEF. "FEt.ED'.xJ: J3oJ3A TV3T,"
mended In pulmonary trouble a* a mean
had shell road. We could
we a good
Indian River i/ TltulIVl11e of attacking the disease and revivifying take heart to beautify with oocoanut and Me"u' WlNt! 0' CAIIOUI for swab di....... CAPT. T. W. LUND, JU.An .
Fla
ha been obtained --- appointed to sail from JackaonviUe dally except Saturday a' tao p. 10.. amid tn.D' Frnhn'isiIy
tisane The object now
: the-
00 other
Lodge, No. tree along highway.It except aundsy a' 8:00 a. m.
In Florida without subjecting the would soon become popular -Walton'1 Rapid Calking Machln..
very 500: and $15: .00 each. In eol TH HouNU. SCHEDULE; NORTHiuo yDResd
of .10.00. use I ;
WHSiml. patient to the unpleasant extreme Read
Holiln I Its meeting the and fourth Fri. both for carriage and bicycle use, and down.

dav of each month at the Court IUIIIM,TItuvllle. *- cold. The air has been cleansed, a* It business. In town by many of the principal boat-builder Leave a.30 p. m. ........ .... .... ..... .... J..kRonvllle.... .... ..... .... .... .. .. 4''''. 1405.1
attawnp.nt. MOOD a good every In the North. /bee pamphlet and testl 5(0

J. MKII"r.'ii.,0, fl. H. RAT W. k 1 II were no,question of all hostile that Influence for the ,present and there, at would be built up for the liveryman.The monialsBaptist : t a p.a. :: ::::::::::::::::::::::::.:.St:;.PRlatka.Astor Francis.:::.:.:.:.:.:.::::::..:::::::: :::: :r. 300 H

people desiring work along the ii 1.3O a. m. ........ .... ... ........ Itemford.... .... ......... .. ..... ... 12.00 sal

K< 1OHTH OF rVTIIIAftRemlnole leant, an opportunity exist for the Invalid route should be furnished the same I If Church Services. I Arrive" em 9.30a.m a, m: :::::::::::: :::.::::::::. .I.f;:: ::!.:::::::::::::::::::::: :::: : 31.10 000as ms

It. at a* well a* for the pleasure seeker they are to be helped and encouraged 11.211 a. m. ........ .. .... .... .... ....EDterrorl... ........ .... ...... .... ".30L
l/x1f, No. M hold meetings existed before. Service will\ be held by the mtssionar
that has seldom, If ever, ;
the Court hoiiM the ant four Tburxday even during the next trying few month
In in of eaoh month at rlork p. m. The marvelous case of Impiovement very of the Baptist church a* follow: General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville
you
8. U Guam, C. L. HOKIM, Let the work be started a* Mr. Racey lit Lord' day, Sebastian, U a. m. 7 p. m M. H.CLYDE A.T. )r., F. M.I..It.OItOE8. JB, Fla.PSSS Agt..
C. C. K. ..f R. A R. may have heard of already, are, doubtless suggest*-at both end; or, better still, Ream, I B Bowling Omen, New York. S8 West Bay Bt.,Jackonvlll

due to the causes I nave mentioned."It at a dozen different places, If necessary, and Ran n.lIIe, Taco O. EGG II'",T. M., Jlto. L. HOWABD Fla Pr t A<<'.,

I III a matter that every physician the and Potidam I Bowling Green New York. 1'00Hogan Jacksonville.U
INDIAN RIVER Ol'ARIW to employ unemployed needy
should know about and every newspaper 3rd Indlanola, 3 p. m. A. J COLA, General Passenger Agent, J. A, LESLIE, Superintendent
Drill at the Armory, over county jail every people. 4th Fort Pierce, 11 a. m. 7 p. m. 1 bowling Green New York. Foot Hogan 8t,Jacksonville
2nd and 4th rue.uay evening in Uie month, al should publish, In order that this oppor "
C o'cll"k. Would It not be well, before the coun- Monday after 2nd Pineda, D. D. C. Mnrit O. F. A., U South Delaware Avenue,l'hlladelpbla.

A.T PIASTER Capt."" tunity should not be lost." ty seek pel'mission of the legislature to Communities desiring service will be WM. P. CLYDE CO. General. Agents,

If there 1 I. a grain of comfort In this bond the county, to first get some estimate lupplled by notifying 1. Bo. Delaware A y., Philadelphia.. a Bowling G.......New Tork
S. F. UOVE:, Tltuivllle.
for those who have let discouraging and
CHt'llCHES.K18COPAL of the approximate cost of open-


CHURCH exaggerated them, they account are welcome C. from A. CUANDIEB.to Florida It. affect of ing building grading the and necessary shelling bridge the road, and great The revival daily paper of many contain industries account, of of the a Savannah, Florida &: Western Railway.

krvloe the lit and art Sundays In each I think, perhaps, your estimate I* a
month, at II a. m and fJO: I', m. Huiwjay."10a ,eiIevery \ Ormond, Fla.. little too low. I should hope employment of thousand of men, and In In Effect January 27, 1805."WnyerowN : .
at jo p, m. Evening prayer at money case the necessity for running
u.t.l.:: : : many ,
Ip. a *. Litany service every could be borrowed for five, or at moat Short Line.
Friday at 10 a. lu JV BLACK-OHAUOHT t.seer" on.II."lIooa.| factories night and day to keep up with
Rev II. F. Known Rector six percent

I would suggest, a* far ILl It may be order .* Six Through Fast Eipress Trains Daily. 4-

PRESIIVTLKIAN CHUIICH.Hervlrt Potsdam.Mr. practical, that the road be placed along Napoleon' favorite dainty was blood

everv Rablathatlla.m. .andTAp, the liver bank. pudding made with plenty of tallow. The Savannah, Florida & Western Railway is the direct and most popular line
abliath tchool at V:dil a: lu i hrlntian tncloa-
cur luoetlnic at S JO p. m, ". ... meeting W. Kltthing spent Sunday at his Very truly your, to and from -
Wednetilay at T P. lu All are eoslla11vtuvlt.ito .1MICTtlOUn Lome here.Services. l'uu. H. HOWLAHD.AUAIN8T -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine,
attend, Kcv: Vi. T. \'BALE, lator No. one, $5; No. two, $10; No. three, $15 :
FLIORI
I :c .A. -
were held last Sunday by liev. i Titusvllle, Fla.McElree'8. e .,
Mr. Jordan In the Methodist church, :
CHt RCIIRvrvliwe morning and evening. And Is the Only Through Car Line to all Principal' Points
A 1111 ELL ROAD.
I
at Tlltuvllle every drat and thirdBadbath Wine of Carduland
at II a. m andTp. in; ihtteen wondBabliath A manatee measuring lOft was discovered North East
at II a. in and 7 la in; Mini. fourthBablath opposite Mr. John' pl-ue; recently Entx, FIA, Fob 6, 181. THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT are and "West.
at U a. m. and p. m.; Ijttlran ".
fourth ttalitwth night at at Tltu.vllle 1 ,raver at 7 Ju nieethiK o'clock.v.11. eveThunday )' been found. This lately.makes the second that has Elitirdiufatf\ : for sale by the following merchant in Trains for Waycross, Thomasville Montgomery, New Orleans Nashville.

\ BTKixxrt, A* you ask for an expression from thetaxpayers Titusvllle. O. L. Alexander. Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis leave Jacksonville at 8:20 a. m. and OJOp.s.:
I'atorHMTIST Quite a 'party of young folks attended of Urevard the Trains for Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Cincinnati Chicago and
_- church at aveland I last week and they county on J. B. Screven. he West leave Jacksonville at 820 a. m, and 0.30 p. m.
'lIl'RCn. were surprised to find such a nice schoolroom question of a shell road I would simplyask Trains for Savannah Charleston, Richmond Washington Philadelphia and

rrearhlnic every Unit serond and fourth Hundav and so man pleasant residents. to hear It explained to many of ua, New York leave Jacksonville 7:30 a. m., 11-05 a. m. and20 p. m.

*. lra>'..r Mnttinm every. Tuesday' evening The prayer meeting, which was started who have gone In debt for land at price AN APPEAL FOR All>. For time cards maps, etc., call on local agents, or address

at at T To orbit. Roar Bong X.'rvli-e ftruool every Krtilav Hunilay evening. at last Tuesday night, was quite a success ranging from tWO to $1J5!: per acre, and n. W. WREYN'. W. M. DAVIDSON, Gen. Pass. Ag t..

10 a. lu.h"l' are cordially. I't": to atten .
A. unum, I'antor In future It will be held on Wednetuliynlghu
Instead of Tuesday. on the Investment; who have given the To time People of the East COlLlt.DlltrE'lIlIlnJ .

CATHOLIC Cllt'RCH.Rervtee. point( railroad company a rightof-way;
School started t Monday, with Mr. { appeal come from the
.. at to a. in every Bunduy, In ball over who are paying now an exorbitant tax;
Indian River Ketaaula.. I hllilreu'a cauti blm L. K. Kldner as leather There wan drought-stricken portion of. Western
ktlp. m quite a good attendance this week but who are developing the same with our
and
1 Nebraska South Dakota
on account
HIT J. r. O'1U>\ IE. Rector mi re will start next Monday.IN own lhYlllcAllalK'r, contending with red
of the Buffering of the people In those
spiders, Nebraska billiards, and the
section for lack of food and clotb'ing.The .
Y. 111. ('. A.
FA YOU OF A HIIKLLHO many thing that hamper a poor man;
The regular Sunday afternoon praver iiiwtlnu- we would like to have It explained to us idea prevail In many place that
| of the V al C A, will lie hell every Humln I ) A I). Florida I. just a* bad oft by reason of
aftenusn it 3a0: p. m.. at the I'reobytewlan, why we should vote for a shell road
church 1ut" further muiee.A the freeze that struck our state In December -
when It I la an unquestionable fact that It
OKA IT, Feb. 4, leW3.ilttorf -+ JOB PRINTING: *
would Increase our taxes, and for 03 per
It has been suggested that a carloadof
Graham .Walton
DISOUISIM) ULF.S INO. : cent of u* be of no service whatever.
supplies be gathered by the citizen
Yi e, the undersigned, hall with great The poor county like the poor railroad ;
on the Eat Coast and cent to the Ne
The old saw "Every cloud has a silver : pleasure the building of shell road-aa. would want a rlghtof-way through our braska sufferer If the people In the OF ALL KINDS AT THE "ADVOCATE" OFFICE.

lining,' It just having a new exemplification suggested In the ADVOCATE. All of us land for nothing which will cent u* by
various localities will take the matterup
In Florida Hardly have northern are taxpayers but one; he has a homestead the time we get It paid for at least 1150.
at and such article
once together
get
jl eople' recovered from the effects of the and will soon be paying taxes. I can easily understand why the man 1
of clothing and food a*
new that the land of flowers ha been Lan Jorgensen A. L. Nelson Chris who came down here year ago homesteaded they can spare,
and ship It to the undersigned at St.
hipped by Jack Frost when the Inform Christensen, Fred Pjennlug, K. II. Miller ItX acre of land bought hun
It will be forwarded
Augustine when
Ltlon comet that tlil visitation has James O. Nelson, V. C. Nelson L. dred. of acre more at f 1 and f 1.23 per
ufflclent ha been for
gathered
proved a blessing In disguise. The or- Benson II. Johnson. acre, and In recent year sold the most a car
load. In the provision line It should
8e growers find consolation easily of It at price ranging from $100 to $150
only Include such article a* will stand -
tough, but here U a bit of Intelligence per acre to men with plenty of nerve and i ii -
VAI.KAHIA, Fob. S, 1803. shipment, such u syrup, dour grits, Pineapple, Orange and Lemon
r the hotel keeper and other who grit but small mean, and who are draw. }
bacon potato*, etc, while co.t-ofl i Land For JACKSONVILLE STEAM DIE
Sale
oftt by tourist travel that will serve toke Editor .iJiufalt log their 8 and 10 per cent per annum on Cheap
clothing of description U needed.
the season of 1804-05 memorable About the proposed shell road. I have the mortgage note held against these This every will transport all such I have for sale 80 acres of pineapple WORKS.

something much more agreeable than talked the subject over to a majority men; I say I can readily understand why company land on St Lucie river a few miles below
article free when marked "For Nebraska
unge Ice. the taxpayer here, and all of them are they are desirous of a shell road-they ," Eden 40 of which being northeast The
above new
It seems that atmospheric condition strongly la favor of same. If the proposed can afford It They are not the men U Sufferer Reipectfully, quarter of northeast quarter of section establishment Is under
18, township 38 management We positively ruarat.tHour
W. J. south
[Florida have been Improved 100 per road will be built, Brevard county whoa Interest and behalf I write this JAavts the other 40 ls, the of range 41 east; work equal< to that of any norther
northeast
Gen. rht J. h t A. A
pt, by the recent sudden drop In the will see | boom and an Increase of both article; It I* the men who have come to Agt., L It. Ry. of southeast quarter of section quarter 3. dty.

rrinometer. TTuw who visit the state settler and winter visitor we never this fair land and have paid (or are tryIng township **! south of range 41 east

s year will\ etperience a marked dreamed of. to pay these price for land) and are Try IUtI-III1U'MT-'.*for D;>p''| .. The above land can be bought for '10 Gents' ClothIng Cleaned or Dyad.

\nge in the climate for the better. It E. SVKDILH leveloplng the resource of the country per acre lemon It Is suitable for pineapple Ladles Goods Cleared er Pj.A
-The ADVOCATE don't cot three orange or lime growing.
ell known that la spite of its many -- by energy and economy and the sweat of you Will be soul la
cent. per week, postage! Included when J for
Dying Ike 1
llth-giving propurUt. the air of Klor- heir brow, and who are making It by taken bl the year e This land 111 ill soon tieacres $iO Silks and Cleaning g wds of >
most delicate
WA\CLASI Feb. lt$*. texture a Specialty N *
has of ten boon Vlt ft4 vnvoatlug In heir labor one of the moat solid section per acre for price list
Editor .4 I influence Many have complained < ; In a financial way In the state. Walton ADVOCATE
at the Carleton hotel. Under its present office or to Robbins MAIMIARD BROS. Prop.No. .
there tree too great n4o
eu 14 N'ewnan St., Jacksonvttk. F*
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ISDIAX RIVER ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY R. 1805.
1EYI
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Tate.I.UBatag.
ITh
!I bent Dot the pnonwt.. Fee every qonr-
lEVERETT&CO.3RT i ter of a dollar drawn to the box offlrvj A. FROSCHER,

I j by an Indecent suggestive paler flwis Undertaker A Embalmer, FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS.

PIERCE, FLORIDA. +: + driven a1\'ay. For one man or Ky ''r1'rt.\'IU.' FI tgtllA. I

t who ROM to see a play of suggestivetitle A full supply| | of ('<>rtm., rams: end I
llcsale and Retail Dealer InDIAN i 800 women and matinee ,girls sti>l Caskets on b.l."I.) Kum-iHinatteutU.il if 3P23/\i7L13OXm: cto Tvnvn-i.. A"J'GC: :.

as least half as many men stay away. dashed All 0,1.,1'1I promptly executed' FOUNDERS
RIVER These are the eternal verities of tin- rviwonalile. rn.", ... Onlei-m' by telegram x7V .*tM} MACHINISTS.

WHERE AMERICA LEADS. modem theater.-Dramatic Mlirt or mill! promptly atteudud t... IRON and UKASS&Jj kt STEAM: and NAPHTHA
| OYSTERS TURTLE &
The DIseovrriM of a Literary trance Tram CASTINGS, KS 4JLlIfEXOIXE3 -

GAME In respect Queen of Ttctorta'e some things a..I_America UNCONSCIOUS MONOLOGISTS Tbi Globe Gas Engine Co., P2naddph'i;! ; IJU1I.DINO COLUMNS A 5i; : llB and l GENERAL REPAIR-

beats all countries easily bands down n.. Are -Tlrtlne of Ik. 1JI..117 of fcPECIALTY.i iBSiilidiip INO ACCURATELY>OYJ:
)anefu-tnrpn of the IVrfert,
Dealers mnot Rellal.lean.l
and Supplied. lays David Christie Murray the lJo.. HetrlBg OMeelf Tktah !. t.e>.. .
iMiMMtmli-al: laimrk. Motor In lIMo market.tote Pulleys, Hangers and n"lIC'lIln stock; X taw Man.lils of all sizes: furnished Architect
ton Herald. The plenitude of "'I cannot whether I shall make every time and .....u.._ to .... Ne crank local work Marine and liolleis ;
HOUSE: West Palm BeacIi.Fla.Sessional pure say to tan W urt. ; Stationary rrpalred; l.'dal l attention given to
i natural drinking water always deliriously any detailed and professional... of my urtt.: W', Ji.ROME. Marine Work. .

cold, is one of them. The general observations," said a neurologist, "but Brllluic Areas Ml IJM-ta FU. OffIce and Shops at end of Viaduct, Riverside
Cards. use of ice for all things which deserve I do not mind telling you in a general Catalogue and prime on apptkatlmi.W ,

to ,be drunk or eaten cold is an' way that New Yorkers are fast becomIng JACKSONVILLE. FLA.

ROBBIH*. WALTH S.Oi&nAN. other. I have experience enough and a race of unconscious monologiststhat -

XS 4 GRAHAM, courage enough in my own judgment Is, of talkers to themselves without H HARTLEY
,
to say without hesitation or reserve knowing It. Go down into the business THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

\TTORYEY8-A T.LA, that the American table Is the best In quarter of the city and just watch the ,

the world and the best served Nobody people there. I have not got my per Watchmaker & Jeweler ,
Patented the United
[ IO\iRlI-From: 10 to 12 a. m., Mate, Ireat Britain and Canada.
and 2 Jo 4 p. m. has eaten an oyster until he has It servid centagee together ;yet, but It is safe to
e on the half shell on a bed of crashed lay roundly that will see nearly roftTorric-K!: ILIUWO.,
;yon
vote, Brevard Co., Florida. lee. In Usa by some of (ha Principal Boat Builders In (the United States
,10*. Nobody knows how delicious fresh half the people exhibiting some of the New Smyrna Florida.Witcb .
,alc ID aU th.courts-stat and fed fruit can be until he has eaten It with forms of the disease, for of course It Is ,

Its native bloom untouched and newly a disease They are either moving their -: >-- TITUS VI LI.E:, FLORIDA.

facilities at"Ie.. lor examining and perfect- brought from the ice safe. Why can't lips, wagging their heads, puckering A Jewelry Repairing i Specialty

Money to Lo n. we have these little cheap pleasure In their eyebrows, making gestures with

Europe? Why are we strangers to ta- their hands or doing something while QT" Mail Orders Promptly Attended WE DELIVER

MJEV. MORTON, IMOO sauce? Through how many oennries In a great number of cases they are to. Hire me a trial. Seventeen yearsexperience !.
has the In the Elgin: and Waltham -,. ,. .,'
oyster waited for that busy carrying on imaginary conversations
watch
NOTARY PUBLIC, crown of all his gnotatorial glories? between themselves and somebodyelse factories.

,od," r Canaveral, '. Florida. I And what shall I say of the terrapin, of laying down the laws with much A Piano
the venison steak "on a blaizer"of emphasis, reading the riot act to some L or OrganAT
0 ALEXANDER.
kyanclng carefully executed. the inexpensive but glorious clam chowder one or else meeting imaginary issues ik i

mortgages; Satisfaction, etc., of the score of game birds and the with circumstantial replies.
blanks on hand. novel and appetizing fish, of the "Eng. "You will see men doing the same YOITR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION with complete outfit, subject
Corner Drug Store.TitttR..illQ. to approval after a trial In your own |house. No money reiiulreit until are
ish mutton chop, which surpasses any thing in hotel lobbies, in the street can you
Ihu"lQjthlll13t1l1f1".I. Our prices are all low an any house In the United Mates and
nation chop nowadays to be found In I and on the up town thoroughfares. terms reasonable
our
are so anyone can pui-diane and pay for an hl.I'lIm'nt.
OK 8. JONES, England, of the glorious variety of Women are falling into the habit also, *
Florida. .
.
The
fruits and breads? but not so much amen The other day, Celebrated CONOVER.

I ATTORNEYATLAW.11LLE This is a country In which a man while I was waiting for my coupe, I sat The The Renowned Beautiful SCHUBERT.FISCHER. X I PIANOS.

BREVARD CO., FLA may order oysters with an open heart. at the office window and I decjaro that Drugs Medicines Etc And KINGSBURY. I
They are not quite as good M our own out of the 75 people who passed eight ,
hty Judge of Brevard I Vocation. Aeollon, Farrand" Votey CHICAGO COTTAGE
County. leaf little gentlemanly WMtestable na were showing some signs of monologa-

tire, but ,very nearly and they beat our ale *, # Of all Kinds. ORGANS.

common sorts out of the field altogethr. "Of course the primal cause of the Brass and small Instruments
tLolI, J. T. SANDER, Mnnlo and Hook. Wilte us; "'e will cave :you
r", I remember when our oyster famine disease is that we never allow our minds Fine Stationery Toilet Articles Etc. mol.cy.
,
,
ILDEX A: SANDERS, let In that I made my first visit to England any period of repose. We are so eternallyFull
in the oyster season of a space of of plans and schemes that anything 17110 ..i t. :U. Oiiiui oll Co.,

A TTORYEY8-A T.LA'V. five whole years. I knew nothing of the like a quiescent mood is unknown, and .TACF SONVILLI:. FI-OIIIWA.
r stirs In all the courts of, the State appalling rise in price, and I invited that condition of morbid mental activity THE J. S. JOHNSON CO.
11,and the United States Coiirti.k some half dozen men to an oyster lunch- supervenes, which in turn is followed

k 1,235. TITC8V1LLE, FLA. eon. A certain glitter in the eyes of the by a distinct weakening of the pen- -' Manufacturers NORTH FLORIDA LEADS IN PRODUCING -
Money to Loan. 18 invited was noticeable, but I' failed to soil cells, of which condition self communication ;

remark upon it until the bill came. I is always one of the symptoms HETTSG FISHING TACKLE Twines Etc.
I ELL TITUS ,
recalled it then. The precious bivalvewas # THE FINEST NURSERY STOCKFor

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. retailed at Bs 6d. per' dozen 11 "At' the same time it must not be -It) AIL KIHDK (0-

tents per oyster. And if was not as overlooked that undoubtedly much of Order the Whole South and especially for the Gulf Coast
9 la State and Federal courts. Land If the men had been my dearest friends. the habit II due to the fact that this city Nets and Seines Made to Country. New notches that promise well and old varieties that have proven a

ipeclalty. Attorney for Board of They were everyday club acquaintances. is so thundering full of noise that one Plain and Fancy Flaming! Tackle, cspocUlly IKXCIIII, are Im-Iudod our lUt, whirl give you n chance toexiwilment' for yourself : -
|omralssloners,and County Solicitor. No more. cannot hear oneself think and so people for Florida Trade. or only plant tented\ varieties AVo Lend nod offer the larjcllt'li.t anti

sr. TITU8TILLE, FLA. If I recall one of the abiding sorrows have to think aloud. "-New York Sun.A mont complete oollontlon ever offered liy any one Nurnery of Teaches Japan flume
Depot for Fishermen's Supplies Japan IVmlnimonn, Grapes, fix, Mulberries Southern Apples Mars Apricots,
of life on this it !is only to
my page fronts, IYCHMM, Walnut.., Chestnuts Almoutls Hardy and I
Man of '..4._ 121 South Street Oranges Jx'monn ornamental
[FREEMAN HALL, contrast It with the happier present trees, vlnen, ahrut,'.,tc., and last hut not least, Rom-s, of which we have
.... ... ... Sweet are the uses of adversity. They The cowboy was sitting in a chair proo4-os! TJnUimoro.. Mel. ever '7.1 varletlcn, all out-door grown, and moat klls Urafted and budded. Our
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A'l'l'VlA&- ".w.", help to greaten later joys. tilted back against the shady side of new Catalogue: dellC'rihlnlf In dotall every kind and variety of fruits and roses suitable .

fLOMDA.cy WJnet are dearer here. than they the saloon; taking it easy when one of for Soutliei planting, Is now ready and will be mailed free on application.
ILLE
,
have right to be. and the excellent Ills friends came by.; FRUIT VEGETABLES WholrMl and KrUII. 1-OMONA ttllOI.KNAI.K m'llHEItlffl.: .

for Fire and ,Accident -Innurthe. vintages of ,California which '.are pro "Hello, Dick!" he said: "What's MAtCLKNNV. baker Co.. fLOniPA. w. GltirriNO., .........

.. belt'and strongest"oomK curable at so cheap a rate in England. this story about the barkeep over the -_ ._ -"- ---,-"
are' hardly seen where one would ex- way callin ;you a liar yisterday and AND'-

pact them tobeplentifuL I have looked bullyraggln ;yon around for an hour er Facts Worth Notice I II :Drugs,

BA.YJ D4 > COUNTY. In vain dom the wine list of several more, ?" J*! PRODUCETAKEN **
"
"" Patent
Tbat's what he done, admitted Medicines
EWAN, hotels and half a dozen clnbd for my favorite -
U. '8. COMMISSIONER. California Burgundy. 'I am told Dick boldly.I IN

Mary Public State at,Large that many of the 'vintages are retailed "What did you let him" do it fer For Hint to the Wise is Sufficient. Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles

i Selected; Conveyances made. under French" and German names-a "I had my reasons. Exchange
"
hiondence solicited. Address: bad thing for the purchaser and a bad 'Fraid of him? EXCLUsiilT Kept constantly on hand at

\\y View Hotel Cocoanut Grove thing for the reputation of the homevineyard Dick jumped up. DEVOTED TO REPAIRING "
Office Kwan's Landing. "Hold on there pard," he said WHISKEYWAHKLYH B. Serevon'simuu
You ain't in the same fix that'the bar-
Thirty years' practical experience qualifies
Cheerful Philosophy. keep was, ,and it ain't safe." the- assertion that ;your watches sToiti
f RGE W. ALLEN.ATTORYEY.AT.LAV, People ought to be happy In this life. 'Don't you worry about me. What YU clocks sad Jewelry will be promptly anti

All the bounties of nature are spread about the barkeep?" skillfully repaired at living prices by the Also the latest Newspapers Periodicals

out before them for their delectation. "Well, It was this wey,'' explained & CO. undersigned.IteglnierMl. etc
enough clouds to make Dick. "The barkeep was negotiatlu fera thousands of repairedwatches
There just
'eat, Florida. one enjoy are the sunshine. The gloomy policy on his life for $10,000 in favorOf JaokBonvillQ, Flu. since A. I).' 1WM, and trons we still W H, GLEASON & CO.
register many prominent |* names, ,
wasn't settled
his widder. The business
tint trickle down the waving '
practice In the United States raindrops : wljch date back 23 ears. ., areliving
|ite Courts. OjunfW blades of grass turn to glittering till this mornin. Now it's in testimonials of mutual satisfaction ATTOHNKV8 IN LAND CASKS.
diamonds when touched by the first workin order an I'm goto over after Indian River Palmetto Fibre M to skill "Straws show which

rays of the sun. There are rosebuds and awhile and give him a chance to bullyrag way' the winds blow," Itaat reference TITLES TO hPAMSII taUNTS EXAMINED -

B, L. WILLS green leaves in the spring, the golden me some more. Then I'll go round furnUhed.. AND PERFECTED
Mattress Co
harvest of the summer ,the red and and have a little talk with the widder. 4 4- W. C. C. DRANNIXQ

I fruits in You must think I'm a chump that can'tsee Tltusvllle Fla.
Florida.
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON brown forests and ripening, Titusvillo, AIISTHAOTS FUltNISHED AND RESURVEYS -
fall and the glistening frosts of past the end of my nose. Detroit
the Our :Mattresses are made from 8-ox. OBTAINED
hVILLE .. FLORIDA. winter All add to the beauties of nature Free Press. ticking filled with clear palmetto fibre, ,Printing of all kinds done at the Defective Homestead and
Pre-Emptlon
and the Sweet songs fibre made from AUTUCATK office.
ICE.-Ilutchinson 'Avenue near please eye. and faced with superfine Entries Corrected and Perfected
be heard every moment of life to the cabbage palm. This fibre le made
than CAD Claims
before
River hoteL, A Oeod fait of Clath. adjusted the Department
gladden the ear and the God of nature I by Green's patented process, which at Washington.
has filled the earth with rich viands to A Barnesville lawyer appeared before makes It tough, curly and eLiatlc. It Correspondence solicited
is furnished his friends in a new and costly suit of will not break up mat down nor
W LICIITY delight the taste. Everything fire
for man's happiness and pleasure clothes recently. When he named the dusty like.moss or excelxlor. The InPoor : EAU GALLIE. FLA.
price, a bystander exclaimed: will not draw dampness and get mustynor
it is his
be
and If he won't happy i
this being an advantage
"Whewl I haven't had that much .
[IIYSICIAN AND SURGEON, own fault The person who doesn't seek a .mildew'I I warm climate-always remaining
and find happiness out of the many cash in a month of Sundays. sweet and clean. The work' John B, Stetson University

I'ierce, Florida. ways God has blessed his creature "Cash I" exclaimed the lawyer. manahlp is guaranteed first-class In I : : ,
shan't
and I
Why, I got it on credit,
makes a sad dismal failure of life ant\ every DeLnml, Florida.
to the great beyond a siniie. lose any sleep if I never pay for it I IIJrcm.., double-stitched and -

against passes his fellow man, a sinner agah think tunt abont's fair play and the well tutted top and bottom. Tut lM>th ..' (VdlcK' Normal Hcbool.Araibnur .
'i ASPIYW other fellow can afford to do without ,4 ..M Art ::hi nil a,1 of
ALL himself. Ikwtil Mattes,weight| teals 4-f to 4 $ oniwrtatory
his God and a sinner against 1t." And, lifting himself to his full Single MattraM, a. S, til S .....'. .....,.. a.al: Healthmeans M....... :Anln.tltstheofera, rank. Ksiniftyof
Kansas City Times. Riwctal Blm made to Order Iw.ntr uuu her. Nev.. ,l Ksnt liullillnc,
height and buttoning his coat across his Call on or address, Iwatwl by SUMUII, IlKlitml l>? vbtrtrtoUy.: It'd

UL ESTATE A: INSURANCE. ZJaoU_ chest, he continued: "No gentlemen, I I. H. 1', F, :MAnures Co. awl( add. water. Itriortnwnt baths Tb of,mibly fby.UjU dinliiiicUTiuiuuiliilu. Cultun'
lafaat never intend to wear a shabby suit A Bos 142. Tltusvllle Fla. so much more than alit Military Mil for jimog ->... Ubrarv olSmu
Professor Drnmmond in his work. man just can't afford to do it Nobody and Tiiluniiw. HMMlIng neon, with aU IwullnRiwrtiidUals '

I GILLIE FLORIDA. The Ascent of :Man," gives the following has any respect for shabblness. Why I Have you examined the Walton Rapid you fatal imagine-serious diseases result from .a-sad I'C':1:::: : vnysloalUlM Mp rs.ThoniUKliljr .
froma 1.1.
table,which has been compiled >rmu rlM. lor Itutlo and
< building
couldn't if I wore shabby
gain a case ; Is In RoM .
Machine It
Calking r use by
Art Ikls.d., with srtl.t of Mtalillsmxl .
emotional statesin |* atlon >
careful study of the clothes if I had the eloquence of a De- ailments neglected.; | .
J. A Oliver the finest launch builders In trifling\ cbarit tocmxl tuna "'t> ua IMxwn b rSO.
KEXNARD, ARCHITECT, a little child: mosthenes or Cicero, not if all the law Florida; also )Merrill-Stevens Jacksonville Don play with Nature's I...... Nand fur cauJ>....., Jl,inf lull InluruvtkMi -

ORLANDO FLORIDA. Fear is perceptibly manifest in a little and the prophets were on my side. A ; the Newport News fcblpbulMlng health.Brawns ,to JOHN r rURBEH: .....Idaat.
child 8 weeks old. When it is T 'jury just wouldn't respect me enough Co. as well aa many of the boat greatest gilt- .

Despondence invited from those de- weeks old. the social affections dawn. to listen to me and the judge himself buliders In the'north. Write for testimonials uy..aref- ue

I 7 professional"rti.uo i work, combined with first- At 13 weeks emerges jealousy with its would give his decision according to my yule Fls, etc., to J. O. Walton, Titus- ass"d'ol_tons.;u w, .si... W.L. DOUGLASOvw '
aervlce. Sympathy appears
companion, anger. outward appearance. No sir a man kaeMeoI. a.r.ow,
I'eel> years experience (six in FlorB months pride, resentment, love .1'11'. .eTHEB'.T.
safSHOE
after B ; clothe ,
afford -
to wear shabby
can't
:.I t of reference to local and b..euY work, tiT .'Cc;, .KIN".
era clients of ornament, after 8; shame remorse Atlanta Constitution. l CI:::...e.uk.bg O. CORDOVAN
ap28-ocU8 and sense of the ludicrous after 11 ''''SMMr ,,-,: '/' raa.itaMMJtkatai/,
w resek.a//
p
months. eta t Iron m.d tel.. wlkk&ewa'.Ira 4.'UP'IMCIi:'
Kl'E Professor Drum Dog U Hat B4 Eal>*.
P of bit.
ELY, These dates, course. /2.UPOUJasoLa; ,
mond is careful to observe do not Indicate There is actually nothing loathe flesh lea, A few kolw -
L the birth the that is distasteful or repulsive. -b lInm : .,-!f a;; b{;
ESTATE: ,. FIRE, LIFE, AND in any mechanical way of dog enASi noes.. the q "
; emotions. They represent rather Lewis and Clark, the explorers, Bitters arst .44 ,
ACCIDENT INSURANCE. days of 1 3/ z.fLY'?1m'Sir.i.'WQ'i: '!
N,Ury rubtb in an infinitely gentle mental ascent who learned to eat it through compulsion : ITS .[..ADILLI1's .
_ for UM star at Larf stages
u.:Jtuoatloa u to OorcnuDMkt and State which are nevertheless marked actually became fond of it in time. STEEL Sec ,......, &e ..k.. .Z.fL
.
that we are able to give them names It U not generally known that it is still ? hat.Pf>G' IV.
HELBOPBXZ.: I'u.ao.w.c. article of diet certain atrtrk wrt.q It Cures
and use them M landmarks| psycho- a favorite among : !a..
people, but a French paper says that the ,
fenesia, number of dogs slaughtered at the abattoirs e- Djr.pepU. 104..1' sad Liver MlUfa*wpl"w.M

''ring**<*_Your husband madam is Slut ..> Ti..at.e Ua...- in Munich has increased amazingly Io the com the conversion of Ne iraJtU, Trouble. W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes
from
sugar 1
nervous prostration. driven away from in the past few months. The taste for /Coastlpetloa, BJ Blood All shoes
>Maia_Yes :More people are near Into starch is arrested at a a par our arc equally satisfactory
air. the theaters by bad or suggestive title dog flesh U said to have been imported the MalarIa, Nervous allmeoU They gins the host vain fer the s . 'Ctor-And he needs something to wbo have tionlar point la the growth grain Tk v....l n.t.es SIMM ta sty*... tasteless and vulgar picture by Italian. laborers, recently Women'* coroplalnU. .
him. What repulsive does not fill oat and fa consequently 1 Mte(MllUM an .,ii.dThe
w is his business than are ever drawn to the box come in Urge numburs to the, Bavarian Cst why the t nine-K -easwe cal p.4. ..l1.". ::';; ./",
+m-He 1s a .waiter, sir. posters and title Th.great capital The meat is med not only as aoadulterant shriveled ________ _____ ,,..a wr.pea. AU ehee a.w1CNas. Frees It toVj .....4 e...TSs. e.sIJVGEO.fB.
such .
pictures .
:*to -WU Intoland office by .. 0.'- of tee sr.uwpr w"will. U r-dwerwaw...." JUIIftGI4 bf'.
slip a few pence mass of the American peop e are for sasssgg. but is eaten The bones of very aged persons are wed sot o4 o. ......-.a _... .
V every two boors during theworn. minded clean thinking self respecting openly, under iU own name, prepared aid to have a greater proportion of lime r. w.... awl Uuk-UM. RUMPH, .
and
.
Good 4 I'U,.-call London again Tit-Bits.tn the men and womenwbo, want theJ. In various ..a1l.-chrlItiaD Advocate. than those of young people. MOWN CMCMCAI. BALTIMOIII. MO... Tltusvllle, fj, Horlda* ,
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f. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 8, 1895.


JAMESINDIAN PBITCHAa1 President: W. B. DUlfnT, Vlce-PnI11flll';

-; HDIU< RlYER lDYOClTE. e1- Jet a county road convention beheld W M Daow1, Cuhler.

and earh precinct send its

delegates to advocate or oppose the ,. RIVER STATE BAN]

A WISStV JOCB!'AL D1VOTM TO t UI DIYRL measure, as they deem best. The

optze7Of tat IJIDUH atvma ABLAH members of such a convention of the State of Florida.
WOSTH SSCTIOHS. (Incorporated under the Laws )
could then take some action which
would be representative of the will .' Authorized capital, $iOooc:|

of the people. 1 be road project Hotel du Ml Paid up capital $25
Ditto,.. .. ....... ........ W"L'.a.. OBAMAM.AisooUteEdltorA .
,
: MasagerCaas.iLWALTOP cannot succeed without popular Average deposits, $300:0: (|
upport. It would be folly to attempt "

to force Its construction in t.SARNO'

Offices Waabington Avenue, Titusville the face of popular 'opinion. We Transacts General Bactij:

Indian River, Florida.rURL16RRD believe, however, that the great Bnslness

majority of the people will favor ,

the road if .believe it can be Opens on Saturday, February 8th, fully equipped.
EVERY FRIDAY they Accommodations for two hundred guest, and table Largest and Odest! Bank on th 11
bunt of :
for a Reasonable, sum equal to the. best In the land. Bath, hot aud cold
money, and if the bonds can be water. Unbounded supply of the purest water In the DIRECTORSdas.rerrenAsDW.B.BAav.

Cbeck.ete.,may be made payable to "Graham floated at a fair rate of interest ; world. High ground hit acres of smooth green lawn. '

A Walton," publishers and prnprleton.anherlpllon. and on this subject they should be Handsome pavilion, afternoon concert Amusements of the National Bank of Jark.DCRKEK rt nm\ 1
-cricket, lawn tennis, croquet, qnoltes, etc. Swings Ivicei'resident Nail' nil py.
given; all possible light. for young and old. Boating, hunting, fishing, eta Cottages Tacksonvllle), W. 8. UKAHAII and t ,
Twelve month, H80DM fully furnished,for ante ft to rent. 4 BBOWX.
CORRJSrONDF.N'r': '
1.00Three" Situated the Eau Oallle Klver, about fourth .of
JM THE TITUSVILLE ROAD MEETING on Seaboard National Bank of Sew Toil,
about
the Indian Hirer
with
Its confluence ,
a mile from National Bank of Jack orrille ,
.
.
.a
Single copy Strictly, In ad nnc.. Midway between St. Augustine! and Palm Beach. '1".I.' "US"\rILLE. FLA.THE .

of Rate lor the Season, acne to M.OO per day.
The above. rates Include the can payment commence poet.r:3u' any A road meeting was announcedto

: :: ,the Ruliwrlptloni year.Dlarontlnnance be held at the opera house In Book through to. 'Sarno by Jacksonville EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART

L'ltusville last Monday night, atT',30 River
of artrtt. mnrt be made perinnally St. Augustine & Indian R'y. ,
at this office or by writing. 7 p. m. The attendance was 3 inch Tread
Made for Soil Having
very slim. It seems strange that CHAS. T. VERBEKE. Sandy ,

MEMBERS OF the people of the county seat shouldbe

THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, so slow to evidence their interest

AFFILIATED WITH TUB In this Important project. It is

National Editorial Anwiation.Aldress true, we have shelled streets in

Titusville, but our people shouldnot

all communications to the rroprle- stop at that They must real.

toil, Ize that a shell road the whole I

GRAHAM A WALTON, length of the county, cannot fail to Roberts, No. 20087 calibre 38; Marlin, E. P. Porcher,O.John C. Matthams Anplnwall,and Chas.lion.R.Serjeantson .
the development of all V. D. Hlbbard, No. 70108, calibre 32; ,
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, promote Winchester P. W. Helns, No. 141106, F. 8. Morse. Among the most lengthy
lands between here and the St articles In the pamphlet are "Lemon

TITCSVIU.E, FLOBIDA. Lucie river and what benefits the calibre On petition 44. being presented by C. L. culture on the East Coast of Florida," by

county at large cannot fail to have Howell, R. A. Conkling and others, for a Chas. T. McCarty, of Ankona, and our

Now comes the news from Valencia ) its effect in stimulating the growthand change of county road, to run from lot 1 article originally on sugar the culture ADVOCATE, which In appeared Decem- FOR SALE BY -
and 8 to lot 2 and 8, of W. H. Hobson's
Spain, that the thermometer prosperity of the county seat survey, thence south along B. A. Conk. ber last. We advise our readers to sendto UJD! STi: -TNG
registered 10 degrees above zero, a It[ Is also true our people will not ling's line to and across II. C. Stark' Mr. Ingraham at St. Augustine for a ,

few days ago. It seems Jack Frost use the road as much as those who tract Intersecting the county road at copy of this very creditable pamphlet.will The Lumber Har ware-and Paint Dealer.
It is the ADVOCATE
probable
has been a little more severe with live along its line, and make a living railroad, the board appointed and II. C. C.Stark L. have quite a supply for free distribution In a C QOQ. ., Zn.Cl1.nn.Et.1.: 'V'er, FLOnxD
Howell J. L. Conkling
,
the Spanish orange growers than from agricultural pursuits, to view and lay out said road and make few weeks.
those of Florida. Mediterranean but it will enable those people who their report to the board at the first

oranges, it is reported, have .ad are the patrons of our merchants meeting In March. IColI of Honor. HARLAN HOTEL LAKE HELEN, Florida 4.

vanced $2 per box in New York to come to Titusville much more The report of S. Ellis and L. K. Meyers, ,
appointed at the meeting of the board In The January roll of honor for those
be in luck than could with PROPRIETRESS VICTO
California seems to good conveniently they
January to view and lay out a road from attending Tltusvllle public school as MISS S. KEMPE Proprietress.
this year. out a good road, and to bring their Mimi station westward to S. Ellis' house follows: Frank Frances Hanson, L, Asbury Park, N.

families, and It will certainly Increase of commissioners district No.1. Is accepted Minnie Schultz Gruberi Osban, Edith HARLAN HOTEL, Lake Helen, Volusla county, Florida; 120 miles soutil
our trade. and ordered the required notices Brannlng, Le buer Gaulden, Florence Jacksonville; high plateau between St.. Johns river and Atlantic ocean; plnetof
OKI of the most pressing questions Our principal merchants are, as to be posted In such cases, provided by Vanlandingham, Julia Fulton, Alice and orange belt; healthful and delightful climate; all conveniences; table udii
for action by the next legislature law.The Sparkman, Dick Rap, Oils Brown. polntments excellent; pure rock well water. Terms moderate. On JaekaontAugustine
will be an appropriation for far as we have learned, almost bond of James Paine, for notary Fred Scobte stands highest In arithmetic St A Indian River Railroad by way of New Smyrna; also Jackson '
unanimously favor of the road public, having been examined and found (2nd class, practical arithmetic), Tampa A Key West Railroad, connecting at Orange City Junctio
building an addition,,. the State project, and yet they were conspicuous correct, was approved and accepted. having a grade of 100 per cent on recitation -
insane asylum During the past by their absence from the' The report of the county Judge for licenses and examination; Person Paddison
have issued during the month of January next having cent.
few months, we read of several I was per
meeting. When questioned in regard 1896, having been examined and
in various of the
eases parts to their lack of interest the found correct, was approved and ao- ...;- wN .
state where people have gone violently next morning, some claimed the cepted. TITUSVILLE WEATHER RE- LJt. f.

mad, and yet the communityin Consideration of the claim for Jailwork PORT..
night was too cold to come out;
which they lived could not be was further a.djnnrn4 t"ITCL
others said they understood it meeting.The The following ts a comparative statement -
relieved of their and
custody care, would be impossible for Mayor bond of F. Forster for notary of temperature and rainfall for the
because the State insane asylum is Wilson, who was detained at the public, having been examined and found week ending Wednesday, Feb. 6th, 05: p m ref ri p
II
so crowded will not hold another bedside of his daughter, to preside, correct, was approved and accepted.The -1894.- -1895.-
Inmate. bond of H. B. Archibald, for notary
DATE MAX. MIR. MAx MIM.
and that understood the
they meet. and .
public, having been examined: 31 67.0 80 66 P
ing had been postponed ; others, found correct, was approved and ac 1 74 60 70 64
OCR people realize that on account and among them Brother Wager, cepted.It 2 71 62 70 69 -.
of the losses they suffered of the Star, who is an ardent ad. was ordered that B. Britt and EHca 3 80 63 6J 62

from the recent freeze, they will vocate of the road, claimed he did Britt be put on the pauper each.It list for one 4 81 62 67 43
month at $3 month .
per 5 67 41 63 43
have to the closest
practice economy not know a meeting had been was ordered that B. :Norwood be appointed 6 M.. 66 49
during the present year ; and called. cattle Inspector for districts 1
Total rainfall for the week: 0.42 Inches.
yet everybody seems to face the Those who did attend and 2.
were rep. Ordered that J. Mendel be appointedto Departures from normal rainfall for the HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA,
situation cheerfully, and have full week minus 0.60
resentative people ; all of the county : Inches Departurefrom
the minutes of the com
.Confidence in the of this copy county normal rainfall since PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH.
ability commissioners, but one, were missioners for two papers, at 9.4.60! for January let;
section to furnish a liberal remun present, and several of the largetax each meeting.It minus 2.72 Inches.J. Rates: $4 per day and upwards. NOW OP!

eration for labor expended, and payers from the Mlms neighborhood It appearing to the satisfaction of the E. LANOUETTK, Accommodation for 1,000. HKNBT W. MERRiLL, Managa I
that B. II. Rawlerson Is the fatherof Observer
that disasters from which .
no section in attendance.We .
were four deaf or mute children, betweenthe
is exempt, are not more fre fear this lack of Interest by ages of 0 and 21 years, and that said Notice.TO .
quent, if as much so, here as else the people of Titusville in the road Kawlerson Is too poor to educate them,
where will have therefore It Is ordered that a warrant for
project a discouraging $4 .M be Issued, to transport said four Mrs. B. T. Tone and Grace Tone, and all !
effect upon the smaller precincts other persons Interested la the estate of B. T. I ITobe I
deaf and mute children from Fort Pierce deceased
OPPOSITION TO THE ROAD. down the river. The action of to St. Augustine, to the Institute for a commissioner's sale of the .
Titusville is awaited with a good deaf, blind and dumb. WHEREAS fA..A of B. T. Yohe,deceased, which ay
The bond of B. Norwood, u cattle Inspector la situated In Brerard county, Florida
The opposition which is being deal of Interest, and our examplewill been upon the 4th day of February, A D 18as, said
of districts 1 and 2, having
property was bid In by I.J. Bjrrer, the administrator
manifested against the project for perhaps be used as a pre examined and found correct, was approved and a creditor of laid estate. This la,
cedent. and accepted. i therefore,to admonish you and all persons interaaud -
building shell road, is not of a In aid MUM,to show canae before me
persistent or obstinate character We trust our worthy mayor will It appearing that Chas. C. Schoon- anon the 4th day of March,A D1CW6,at the Pro-
call another maker has made application to the board bat*office la Tituavule, why said sale shouldnot
meeting as soon as
The burden of the be confirmed.
protests which for a permit to kill or capture a manateeor f
have thus far reached our ears, II circumstances will permit him to sea-cow, for scientific purposes and, MINOR .. JOXES
that sufficient light has not yet preside, and we call upon all who this board being satisfied that the Interest -. febS-marl County Judge Brevard Co.
feel an interest in the matter, of aclence will be subserved by
been thrown the Notice.In .
to
on subject en.
granting said permit; therefore It Is ordered
either as advocates or opponents of .
able the people to act intelligently that the said Chas. C. Schoon- f de
In committing themselves to the the measure, to attend. We ought maker be granted a special permit, under Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial 'riS.J.a

project. Many are anxious to have to fill the hall. The people who Chapter 4208. Section 1, 2 and 3, laws Circuit of Florida, In and for Brevard

the question of route settled be. own lands in the vicinity of Titus of Florida, to kilt or capture one mana- County : +. x
vllle should also come out in force tee or sea-cow, In Brevard county, but Jacloonvllle, 8t. Augustine ft 1 r-w .
fore announcing themselves in fa. this permit shall only extend: to the killing Indian River Ballway Oo, I
nr of voting for bonds ; other Failure to attend a meeting of this or capturing of one such animal.A E.Bowman ve.James ,aa mdmlolrInto t TilE HOTEL ORMOXD,

want to be sure about the cost of kind, after due notice, in the absence large number of bills were audited x, K W. (I. Barger L. I ORVOlt1)o)1r.TDJ.nALI':
of a valid excuse, must betaken and ordered paid. BwabTO 'nM ; Bwab. J Accommodation for 300 guests. Rates
construction, and that ample safeguards $> per day and upwards Special; rate
James E.Bowman,
as administrator
of the
will be provided ag.lnlttbe as.evidence! .of lack of Interest I MUM of Joseph L.swab and Mary A. Banrer I week In April Open until April 25th.
In the project. and to W.l;.Barter,U Swab and Vary Bwab! No place In the South offers such attractions for Or1D'Do
wasted that the a Winter Home al
being The Atlanta
money Exposition. and all other penona Interested la or baring Cottage Lots at all prices.
bonds shall not draw over a certain claims upoa the northwest quarter of the
aonbwesuarter of section S,and the southeast Not Miss the Hammock Drive
maximum rate of interest, and COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. According to the Florida Citizen, quarter of the northwest quarter of see- at Ormond.
that ao commission shall be paidto Mr. Ingraham has assured the county Brevard tine 10,township county,Florida XI sooth i rau(* w ,..t, la ANDERSON A; PRICE, Maoagtl!

anybody for services in floating The board of county commissioners commissioners of St. Johns county that : are hereby notified to be aid appear In --
the bowie etc. etc convened thls the 3rd day of February, If they would appropriate $2,0110> for the YOU.circuit court of the State of Florida for
Atlanta Brerard ,
exhibition, Mr. Flagler would county at the clerk's office In
1800. Present Win. H. chair
: Sharpe, TUosTllle,upon the fret Monday la
March A D
a e add 11,000. Mr Ingraham also said that
man; F. T. Budge, C. J. Hector,J. Mendel !-. to show what Interest you have la the
These queries are pertinent and and R. D. Hoke, The following busl- be would make a similar proposition to above described land,and ta show why a part of
the counties of Duval, Voluala, Brevard It described la a petition Sled by the couiplaiaant -
well timed and we should ascertain Deal was transacted tIt and Dade. We hope our la this cause In th* clerk's ottos In Titus-
was ordered that the consideration county commissioners Tllle oa the Srst day of February. O Uua,
as closely as possible in advance of the road to be constructed from Cocoa will five this matter their should not be lakes for tne nse of the complainant
of a vote on the question to W. F Dlxon's land, to be laid over most careful consideration. Job Win- forever aa a barred rlltbS'Of.la..thai.'for behalf.< ha rsjlruad' or else be
everything' In regard to cost till the meeting of the commissioners amaker the greatest American advertiser
said he Ordered at the clerk's office at TitustlUe, this
always
route etc. March. spent more money Brat day of February,A D Iamb.A. ,, tt In4t
: It was ordered that Henry Thabaguy for printers Ink in bad times thaa when .A. STEWART. ,1r -

e a be placed on the pauper list at $4 per everything was prosperous. la view of Bobbins A tAatwa, Clerk Circuit Court 0 R
We have never expected the month. the recent freeze, ws believe a special Attye for Compl' rcui' 9 tt

people to commit themselves to the It was ordered that the bond of R. V show effort the at this world time what should wonderful b* made, to le b.wr1 I IIIeal I a e ;
Stewart for notary public after Laving recuper.atlve
project until they were properly! Florida
; been examined and corral, was powers possesses.
Informed. What we have endeav accepted and approved.It .
Your Attention
rod .to'dairas. te show the great was ordered that a permit be granted .Neat : L ,
advantage of having the proposed to Mrs Lillian Waite to plant oysters, A ,
road and bow desirable it was to the same t. be located la the Indian Is Drawn to Our Fine Stock of y
lUert U front of the following described J. E. Ingraham, land commissioner
hive It constructed at once, pro. land: Part of lot S, section 30, of the J., St. A..t; I. K. R'y company Dry Goods -
tiding, after careful investigation, township 85, range 36 east, on her rpar- has Just Issued a very neat 66-page bookor .!i i
the undertaking proves practicable, len right, under Section 409, Revised pamphlet, entitled, "Information for
We. want to arouse interest and by Statutes of Florid. Honeacekers on the East Coast of
Permit w.re Issued to the following Florida," with autistic of the different Clothing Shoes Etc.
djscunt.cn to perfect some kind oforganisatlon persons to carry repeating rifle t Winchester counties, and letters from actual settlers, ,
in every precinct in W. S. Jones, Na 80080, calibr giving their iperlenc Th pamphlet
the county and have the matter tMM; COlts, L. A. Peck, No. 11807, call. contains good maps of St. Johns, Vo CEO B. RUMPH & CO.,
fully agitated then when the br. U.; Winchester, T. n. Paine No. lusia, Brevard and Dade counties. It T
; people aoW7, aUbr* 1t'J; ShrpeT. P. Chase, also has a ,.earllChool report, by John Jensen Florida. Accommodation RMDOper
hare fully discussed the project No 71563, calibre .0.; Colts, Ph. W. II. bams, articles by FraP. Uassler, C. E. COON Manager. for 400, Bates: day any d upwards; per wick, specir1.

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Awarded etc., are all np and flourishing In the

[ H.nors-W.rM* Pair.DR hotel garden. Complete Fertilizersfor COCOA ICE WORKS
The favorite game at the hotel when
; music Is not the order Is ,
a called
"nations" It seems to be a game good deal potatoes, frjiits, arid all vegetables require (to secure the largest ,

f like whist And is quite exciting; but the yield and best quality) Ooooa, F'1.or1.da.:
great charm of
life at Coronado Is Its
muplcales. Shakespeare hath said: NO" ''C' :csT Ok'Ir7It1LTION.:
"The that At Least IO% Actual Potash.
,man hath no music In himself O. G. S1JII.INGEI 9

Nor Is not mov'd with concord of sweet
sounds, Results of experiments prove this conclusively. How and Manufacturer -

Is fit for treasons, villainies and spoils." why, is told in our pamphlets. a
ICE & DISTILLED: A TER
11 On Friday, Mrs. W. J. Sprenger left They are tent free. It will cost you nothing to resd them and they will UT yoe

: the hotel for her home In Washington, dollars. GERMAN KALI WORKS.M N_. Slnrt. New York. ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
DAKINGPODffl Intending to stop off for a week with
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friends In Atlanta Ga.
Mrs.
Is deservedly popular, her disposition Sprenger! is delighted with the progress they have Nature Is again at work restoring the Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freerers and Water Cooler
made. loss caused by the December cold. The
very charming. True
cheerfulness
l; makes a person happy and promotes the Mrs. W. W. Folti entertained' on Mon people are cheerful and hopeful, and are Lake Worth Zee Works
to all
feeling, much
better
happiness of all around-It is the clear day evening, with a delightful progressive appearances, ,
than a month Flotilla has
and calm sunshine of a pure heart. euchre party In honor of her niece, ago. this
MOST PERFECT MADE. Someone has said that man's happiness Miss Evelyn Maklem. advantage\ over many other portions of }).A.IJln A.CII :TLA.

Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret or misery are, In a !great measure, In his our country, f'nerallY-'l'n' seasons ,
Crape
III I pure hands. Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Marsh and their In which to meet a loss of crops and _
Ammonia Alum or other adulterant own The uniform, cheerful manner .
pm any niece Miss left make another the -- -- -- ---- -- - --- --- -- ----
of the ChafTey, on TueNdaytnlrninll to meet wants of life
lady mentioned Is of
AO YEARS THE STANDARD. a proof for a few days1 cruise In the and. pay back former losses. The East
; will always be welcome at Coron-
d, Johe yacht White Pings Const Is especially favored along this
ado.A line, for such fruit trees as are really HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !

stretdi of wide, smooth, white sand tropical, and cannot stand little or no 1
Rockledge.Our -stretching northward and southward Eau Gallie. cold weather, show signs of re-producing a

as far as the eye can reach-a row of their former beauty and fruitfulness MANUFACTURED BY -
pretty cottages pushed up on the sand The vegetables killed by the last cold, by
I hotels are fast filling up. dunes, connected with the hotel by a The schooner Bristol Is back from re-planting and sowing are up and will

Game and fish In abundance.: A party railed sidewalk, Is Coronado beach. In Rockledge. make a new crop within a month. The Chapman & Sudlow
two killed 81 quail In about four front a sky of clear blue, overhanging a The Eau Gallie club will give a St. orange and the 1)lncllrrle-thuugh set ,

>lira' time; another gentleman baggedIn sea of mingled colors-seemingly almost Valentine's dance, Feb. 14th, at the back-being our principal fruit
one forenoon. smooth to-day, except where the constant Caxino. Invitations will be out this are doing well, showing their wonderful South Jacksonville Florida.
monotonous sound of the surf week. re-productlvtnes8 and re-cupeiatlng ,
Channel bass and trout are brought In breaks on the shore-not monotonous power.
lily by the guests of Hotel Indian Klv-' either, for there Is change perpetual In Mrs. Anna Wilson, with ber son Harry
: Mr. Richard Croker and Mr. Joe the sounds and variety In the way the and daughter Annie, left on Tuesday For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples
for Tltusvllle from Fort Pierce.
morning which
endig are the leading fishermen.The water comes rolling in from the great place ,
they will go to Alabama. I
Atlantic. A large three-masted vessel
crossings near the main track, ate
back of Rockledge, are In a very bad In the distance'seems almost stationary; Mr. Will Thornton came down from Bishop Gray held services here last -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-

mditlon. There Is a great amount of scarcely a movement is perceptible In Tltusvllle, Saturday, to bid his friends Friday, quite a number attending.
Dealers' all kinds of Raw Material such .. Potash Kalult Cotton
avel there and would be a pleasnt the water as it nears the shore, nevertheless good-bye previous to his departure for K Snip. ,
over ,
A. Lewis returned from
Capt. Tltus-
Seed Meal, Nitrate of :Soda, cto., etc.
several miles around the steadily, evenly and regularly it Atlanta, Ga., where he will make his
of
drive
iuntry which comprises Rockledge andoooa. comes up to the appointed boundary, future home. vine last Tuesday, where he has been Bone ground and steamed In the factory In three! different grists.yy .
attending court.
and aa surely recedes-to return Send for Pamphlets and Prices.
There also teams againat
are
many /gog Col. D. L. Gaulden, Tltusvllle's legal
the set time. Wonderful seal The sloop Monomay returned to St. .
I dally over the above crossing toake luminary, came down last Friday on -- --- ---- -- --- -- - -
Poinsett to enjoy the fine fishing What an age of advertising this Is; it professional business, remaining until Loots last Monday, after a few days'
lid hunting. There is need of much would seem as though no merchant can Monday. lIe was a guest at the Hotel cruise down the coast.

iprovement on the part of the railroadt succeed without it. Without it competition du Nil while here. Rev. Mr. Jordan preached here twice J. W. Y. Stelf ox:

or near the outer depot. is so close. Not only are the great last Sunday, In the Methodist church, to ,
Our Hon. Wm. Treutler visited
mayor, -
Your correspondent at Eden, Mr. W. dally and weekly newspapers more than the county seat, Monday. He wentto large congregations.

Ilardee, In your last issue, thinks I half-filled with advertisements, but the have an understanding with the Mrs. Reynolds left for Palm Beach onMonday's
D m a sorehead.<< If I should give him a first dozen or so pages and the last score county commissioners anent the new train, on a visit to her husband -HARDWARE 4-
or two of the leading
.w figures through the press on pine- magazines are bridge, which he is using his beat endeavors who Is building the new church there ,
advertisements. conceivable
backed by some of his Every thing
pple profits, up to speedily finish.A .
wn neighbors who learnt arithmetic is set forth In the most glowing terms Mrs. W. Richards and sister left for

T hen young and keep a set of books In s''; from a matrimonial fruit basket-I. e. nine-foot panther was killed In the Eden on Monday evening, after spending Eau Q-cxlllG, Flodd.o.:
lUilness way, he would learn that a Bet cradle-to the latest style of burial casket woods about ten miles back of town last a few days with Mrs. Saunders. They

4J rout means a less figure than three or; or coffin. Hosiery and head-dresses, week, and last Saturday a large cinna- were, accompanied by Miss Sadie Saun- Cook Stoves, Oil and Wood Heaters, Farming Toads, Poultry Netting, Ammunition
, Sour dollars a crate for pineapples grownt underwear and overcoats, corn plasters mon bear was noticed walking about our ders, of this place. Tin and Tinware Galvanized Sheet, Band and Bound Iron; Galvanised

Eden. He, nor no other man on In- and hair restorers, perfumes and disinfectants streets (with an Italian on the other end' The last few days has been quite cool, I Boat Material, Ropes and all boat goods and cast nets, Paint, Linseed Oils, Hard

II Ian River, can show a net profit of(3 arat whiskey and mineral waters, of the chain). with light frost In one or two parts. A 011 Finish, eta Galvanised Knapsack Sprayers, $4.00.

1 > on the average for the past two or soap-for erasing dirt, real estate by the Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler and Miss Sears, severe frost Is expected, and the cold Always pleased to quote prices, and correspondence solicited.
acre designs for a tombstone or a residence -
,
,hree years, after deducting the aeces- of Rochester, F. Y., who have been visiting wave flag was hoisted at Tltnsvllle yes
sn -for all, there are special advantages -
lary expenses. If he can give as an our city the put several weeks, left, terday. "- ---
claimed by the different advertisers !
0i
temlzed account for the above number
for St.
f let have the facts and not and the publIc are attracted thereby. Tuesday, Augustinewhere they The majority of our citizens are In
us ,
> years will remain a month two before
or retuning -
appositions based OB guess work. So, too, we find the first item in the first north. favor of the new county road, but your Florida' Fruit Exchange
column of the ADVOCATE Is a demand correspondent thinks Jt would be a good
!for a share of the advertising and theninlr ,, Ir. AUVirord baa win*...* .... ..... .4.. .. t? eves uuu out. rue. actual cost of build- ja AVAAVkw ,

L.tu.. ....n...._." -.*. *.-__t\.,M, ..a40ubtI -: I business of the R. P. Peebles; Co.: We Ing It before getting the vote of the pea beet
0_ and the firm will have better success ple. At present we have paupers In our Ao Ineorponted Home AMoclatlon of Oranire Omwers for msrkellnir Florida Fruit to the
et ly gets a big share of It- a good hope new dT nt ir AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, |*iOnno.
I medium It Is.West. than the old one, and as Mr. Ford town who cannot get their checks cashed BOX ATlCRIAL-The Kiohange: le fully prepared to supply' buses and psper OB order

Mrs. Green's residence la tearing com- Is a young man of much energy there Is on account of their being no money WriU for price li.t and tern. _
little doubt but what he will stir up In the treasury; and, again, t.heoount1 r OFfIC B8 p.- T>. << iWent.AlliKKT .
pletion. FAiRRANKaPresldsnt. ORKNlLKAFVle.pr;
i Palm Beach.Quite things. should guarantee the work to residents Oat) R. M. IVK8., O.n'l Mir.:and Treat. M. .
The ADVOCATE Is eagerly looked for of this county, and not let contracts to lMRI'Xm' >R8-( o.R.r lrt.nk<,AI cbBsei>nnty| E. O. lilli, llmlford count/I Ur. 1:. E.
Episcopal service was held at the Casino outside Hlll.l John rabyan, lAke wiontyi ftt ber, Or6nle county Irtwntoaf.
week, at this place. people of It aa Is generally done. pratt very the Mrnvard F..ct. Sampson, C.V. } Marina
last mmntyi
on Friday evening by Right .U- lw al Brady
Ronald and mother visitingher crowd down Tues South Uy all means let u* have the shell road. John M. countllA.lao.nintyi W. K. Stanton, Putnam eniinty| M, B. Monman, 8k
Mrs. are a came on Rev. W. C. Gray, bishop of Florida manly; Voluula musty Irvine Reek, folk county.; .
n daughter, Mrs. Williams.Mr. day's train. assisted by: Rev. W. C. Barnes, of I Johmieoantyir.F.A.rllelby Address all enrr ,ondence l to the Floe/.Is Fruit Kxrbsmro.': Jackeonville, Fla. fttennlla.

H. J. Allen received a fine round- Mr. G. R. Broome visited the Royal Melbourne. Owing to a lack of previous Orchid. with full packing and hlpilng Initraclloni,furnished on s1|>plloatlun.. docTmarTIE
notice the attendance was rather small,
bottom row-boat from Cocoa yesterday.Mrs. Polnclana last Sunday. -
but we hope to make a better showing -
" Osteen is visiting at Mrs. Ram Mr. )I. K. Dunn has closed his store the next time the bishop honors as witha Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Myerson and Mrs. .
ley'.. Mr. Osteen la selling out a fine and taken a vacation for a few weeks. visit S. Moffett, of St. Louis, Mo. who are HAVE JUST RECEIVED -
lot of beef bere. cruising on Indian River, made a short
R. J. Chillingworth and family Yankee Doodle
Mr. The sloop-yacht stopped here their to Lake
Pleasure almost one of the Stlte cot at Eau Gallie last routeto stay being on way
yachts passing every are now occupying Saturday, en
hour during the day, the ducks hardly tages. the St. Lucie river for tarpon fishing. Worth. lit **' A CARLOAD OF 1Itt*

have time to atop before they have to fly the evenings, bicycles can be She carried a jolly party, who hall from Messrs. Frank Blxley and E. D. Watson
again. During Wheeling, W. Va. Messrs. Tapping, of Lyndon, Kan., arrived last week.
seen on every band along our finely shelled Shatter Heskll and Seamon with bave leased the Haste farm for the
,
They
. Gerby, ,
.p and children of and Blinds
Mrs. D. A. Ramsey streets.Mr. Sash Doors 4-
cook the and engaged
Greensboro N. C. joined her husband Geo. Salodary a* composed season, are now busily
,
Moffatt the
will the Robert B. Bay Biscayne, party. planting same. ,
here Monday night, and occupy
has been spending several days of the
Verbeke In speaking of Two-Dollar Bluff, theIndian
cottage.It had put week in town. Georgiana. I shell mound In last week's On which we Defy all Competitors Write ns for Price
begins to look aa If we never ; :dui I
Mr. E. Peterson, of Juno, was on our the ADVOCATE printed streets
had a freeze, from the appearance of the streets on Tuesday night, taking In the strata. This was, no doubt caused by List and Discounts

e green growth everything is putting on, sights of the city.Will Mr. W. A. Hall Is the happy father ofa the prevailing shell-road agitation.Let .
and the fine of beans.
new crop
.
Whidden carries a full line of son, weighing nine pounds.New us have the shell road by all I

Mrs. Green celebrated the event of occupying vegetables, game and northern and Florida parties come In prospecting, some means; we are all In favor of It, providedthe Our Tin and Iron Work I
by giving
her house Tuesday,
new beef. !Satisfaction guaranteed. to settle, while others come for bunting lame Is located on the peninsula,
a big dinner, which was attended by and fishing and to enjoy themselves as from Canaveral south. At presentwe
say
a ladies.What's Mr. W. L. Wid that enterprising -
good many Georgiana meyer can't bout of a trail connecting
pineapple grower of Jupiter, Is best they may. even settlements In this section. of Mr. C. P. of the I
River Steamboat the matter company with f the Mrs.Indian Ramsey spending a few week at West Palm The parties who have come here more the We different cannot see why the west side of the Department is in charge Eacot, one

arrived here over a week ago, and Beach. busy recently indeed for along fishing said and line oyster, and!ng seem are river should be entitled to all the good best Tin and Sheet-iron workers in South Florida.

her trunk is still In Titusvllle, and is Mr. G. R. Broome, stenographer for likely to make a good thing out of things, having both railroad and county
quite
need of It. the law firm of Robbins, Graham de Chil roads galore.LAGER.
very badly In It. They seem to have the right man at er-' Write and see If you do not save money.
attended to some legal buds -
Some beautiful trees have recently lingworth, the bead of affairs.
palm .. before Justice Brown last Monday. RAY & DAY, Titusville, Fla.
been planted In the Williams. Some of our children were treated to a
around the residence of Mr. Wash Jenkins moved his entire family BEER
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bear show by a couple strangers, ----- ---------------
With some other Improvements and alterations down from the county seat last Monday landed here on the 29th. Old Bruin was ,
his place presents quite an attractive afternoon. Wash intends to run a house
claimed to be from California and the
I appearance. boat boarding-house during the winter. Rocky mountains. They had him ao Recipe to Make it. 25c. F. c.E. F. CLARK

Having noticed some of your article Messrs. Robbins, Graham & Chilling- well trained that they made him play ,
on the good roads question, I would like worth have removed their law and real the m.. gentleman for the amusementof E.
to say that It would be a great improvement estate offices from Juno to West Palm all present.James L B. TOTTEN, Orlando, Florida.

and a good thing for the whole Beach. Their offices are situated over Owen who recently graduatedat J. Jacksonville.FURNITURE .

t county, if the project Is carried to corn- the postoffice.The Leesburg.college has been in town a :a.A.R.GS I ,

letion, although I live on the Island brilliant glare of the lights from few days, visiting friends and looking
I shall work and rote for the good cause. the Royal Poinciana can be seen for after some homestead business matters
miles around the lake every evening. In this section. He left, last week, for I am offering bargains In :- and CARPETS.Wholesale

For Rent a Brick Store.Do We uaderstand 400 guests were registered the Ten Thousand Islands, off the West Furniture, ". Matting, '. WIndow .
there one day last week. Coast of Florida, where he will spend a
Shades Mirrors, Ktc.I
M1tt year or ao as missionary among the settlers ,
you need a good brick store In an of that scattered portion of our also have a department devoted to and Retail.We .
excellent position In town, and away Daytona. state The prayers and good wishes of Coffins and Caskets. Mall orders will receive
from wooden buildings f If so, call on friends follow him there. prompt attention.. Satisfaction
Bobbins A Graham or C. IL Walton, The weather is more settled and the guaranteed. have made special effort this have a Stock of Goods soluble for the

ADVOCATE: office, Titusville, Fla. Mrs. Lyman Robins gave a charming I
na.
Melbourne
whist party on Monday evening. gardening prospect more promising. EDWIN MELSOK. Cant Gout Ilujren.

Coronado Beach.There Miss Jesse Keller has been visiting OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS HOW.p" ,
friends In Palatka during the past weekor

have been quite a number ol so. Baker & Holmes Writ ns what you want, and we will quote prices by return maiL
Shrove
will be given on ,
concert
thirsty callers at the hotel lately, who A
20-22-24-26 West Bay Street.
Is
were disappointed to find they couldn't Tuesday for the benefit of St. Mary'sEpiscopal Our Number

fet "something to drink" Manager church. HOUSE. .
BRANCH ---- -- --
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fcharplsno crank oa the subject; butsays The many friends of Mr. A. Brower j --- -----

M he Is not In the business of selling and family will regret to learn that they

U'l'JOn. neither doe he expect to be. may not come south this winter. ARTHUR J. DOYLE, Manager. Lots in West Palm Beach !

Only faney, last Sunday the thermometer The Palmetto house U fortunate In

registered four below aero la Chle- having quite number of accomplished Wuehouse ROOD on I, T. A L W. and I, SL I. & L R Riiliajs,
szo and four above on Monday. In musicians there for the winter. I

Coronado{""- guests, and of all the the hotel week were warm Inbathing Mrs. S. H. Burton and maid of Cia TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Agent for the Lands In Dade County of o
and
bright sunshine Open door and windOws eim-atL! arrived on Monday, are DEALER IN Co.
Palmetto house.Mrs. Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation
at the
v the singing of birds and the odor of stopping

1.r spring Spring have is been come the; all conditions hall to here.spring. Cincinnati Fay U Wilder visiting, Oak of her Mount sister Auburn, Mra. Hay, Grain, Feed, Flour, Meal & Grits, Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.


. 6 al'lee ace the the vines thunderstorm among the of palmettoea Thursday Jesse Dr. Wilder T. IL Hongbton, at The arrived Jut week, Cotton Seed Heal Fertilizers aid Crate Material. Lake Worth Land Trust. lit New Riser Land Trnt

w rear of the cottages and the hotel much to the delight of We numerous ,
at Coronado have brightened visibly. Mends. Hie dental parlors Ibis year, ty- Terms Cash with order. Ask for our price list We deal exclusively lathe :t..okaWoxth. :Properties.: : 1 t

Hen and there the frost of December are in the Anderson building. above line of goods; keep them In stock at all times In TltnsvlUe, and will give lake Wertk l.e.l for the Liverpool a IA...... a GluM ...ruo* Co.
caught
some of the Under vegetation band serenaded the prompt and careful attention to all orders entrusted to ns. Soliciting your patron-* Beach Fla.INDIAN .
braes
traces even at have this passed favorable away. place Beans,but peas all, hotels Daytona on Monday evening, and all were age, we bee to remain, Very reepectfylly, BAKER liOLMES. Notary Public, ALBERT W. ROBERT West Palm



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' ,- Notice. i Notice I AtKZ: NEAR. XRSEKT TATLOI.

country. : t I ': I NEAR &

I The Buffalo, Attica and Arcade railroad U. e""l! lis month an TAYLOR
berm fie nlstribntew, amt
. will change its gauge from narrowto A.after" asadmlnlstratrlinf date I will the estate my final of Howard account CRFMTORS"Legstees/: claims demand aimlnst I (Successor to John McAllister?

,I standard, permission having been I! W. Maine, with the Honorable Minor fl. Jones, the estate of 11. T. Yohe, are required to

".. granted by the state railroad' commissioners. Ccunty Judge of said county administratrix, and pray rr':3: one present rear their from claim the eiplratlon to the of thr.1dnrtl_ I Artesian. Well Contractors
1 I Anal discharge from the ,
I This will enable the road to state. irent, I. e. March J theirlemma de same plrons* ::
\ All EAU CALL1E.
In bar of 11novs4 FLA.
.. pleaded
of stock with MAtVE )
enjoy an exchange rolling CEALtA .R. I owing said estate art required to make. payment

PERSONAL GOSSIP. i all other railroads Til Oct. 18, MM. Administratrix at once to the undersigned.
octiMUm I L J. BTRER, TITUSYIILE BAKERYI-

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Robblns ft Graham, Administrator.Att'ye
Snm Jones hoe become one of tho editors

of the Tennessee Methodist THE OLD POLICEMAN.n Notice.In for Adm'r. Jan4-mart C. F, FISCHER, -, proprietor

Ignatius'Donnelly he will devote Knew HOT *. Tee ,Klectrlelty! MMn a I
says I Notice of Intention to Apply for Gates Pies & Confectionery a Specialty.
the remainder of hU life to literature I of Personal Comfort I Circuit Conrt of the Seventh Judicial :

Dr. Henry M. Field, who li over 70 I Policemen may be an illiterate lot t Circuit of F.orltla, In and for Brevard Special Legl latlon.NOTICE All orders In our line promptly

years: of age ban been for more than bath y do every now and then contrive County tJacksonville attended to.

40 yean one of the editor of the New some method to get ahead of the St. at'rn'ne: A "\ I* hereby riven that an application
i to the Legislature
made -
York Evangelist I ironclad rules which are popularly supposed Indian livernale. r tJ t, of Florida the session commencing on FORWINES -

by the long suffering taxpayer at Rairoel Walk. the 2nd day of April:,1SW, for the passage of a
remarked that ofBrevard
O car Wilde recently toauthorluthe County Commissioner
least to govern their movements TO Samuel Walker add all e.ber person In. bill Issue bond of the county for
and
to
county
the easiest way to perpetrate an epigram I 1I..1DIcl.I'V.* northhalfof SPIRITS
There is one particular blnecoat who, terasted In or upon the of constructing good public 1'Oad.tbroultbou' *
purpose
WM to let the other fellow make it and the northwest quarter of section 38, township the eonnty,in the same manner and ,
I by virtue of his long service carries 32 south 39 east,In Brevard county,
,
range restriction a I* now providedby
then kill the other fellow. tinder the same
I I| three faded stripe on his ooat sleeve, i Palpitation of fb Heart Florida I law for the Moue of bond for the erection of BEERS :idft

Ralph Pomeroy, the pioneer of the and he honestly believes that he II en- : YOU e are Circuit hereby Court notified t of the to be State and of appear t laidfor In court houses Indebtedneseascontaine and jail*,and the funding In Sections of out.standin ,

tobacco railing infantry Wisconsin, titled to some incidental favors. Taken ShortnesJ of Breath, Swellingof Brevard county at the clerk's office In eel to so* inclusive, of the Revised Statute of CIGARS ETC
died a fow day ago. He put In the first altogether, he is of such a naturally Tltntvllle, upon the first Monday March, A D Florida. ,
I Legs and Feet. ira, to show what Interest yon have In the
in the state in Dane ROBERT MORRQW, THE FINEST
crop ever planted grumpy disposition that he is far from almve described land, and to show why a part of OF QUALITY,

county in 18S3. being popular among the po.loe "For I wu trout It casein Ithnr filed by the complainant Senator 13th Dietrlct.Tituav111e eo TO
opera : ::
led palpitation this the clerk'omce I In Tltnsvtlleon Fla.,Jan 23,1808. Jan2Hnar2:
A. J. Balfour carries neither stick tors. with of the heart, the 12th A D 18UA, should not

nor umbrella. he travels through the Notwithstanding all this Mr. Brass shortness of breath and swelling of I* taVen for tDrrh complainant a* a Lesley & RenakerFamilies
the legs and feet. At times I would riffht-of-way for Its railroad j or else be forever
streets of London. He never gets wea- Buttons beat the combination and beat barred In that behalf. In Circuit Court, Brevard Coun Supplied.
faint. I was treated by the best
ried enough to need a Clone or wet enoughto it pretty thoroughly. He had been rather slclans ID Savannah phy r.nlwed at the clerk' office at Tltusrllle, this Florida.
Ga.. with no re'lief. ty, Our and
Lodgings
A D ISSft.A J3T Lunches
want a shelter.A behind time In his hourly communications 1 then tried various 12th day of January,
Springs A. STEWART, Will be Ready by Oct. 1. Situated westside

wooden mown was recently sent to with headquarters, and his superiors without benefit. Finally, I tried Bobbins A Graham Clerk Circuit CourtAtt' Mary M. Wilbur, et. &1.. ) Washington ave., between J., T. A

Emperor William by a certain Herr determined to teach him a les for Compl't. I Seal Circuit I JA } lo Chance ry. K. W, depot and ADVOCATE block.
he sent to travel Dr. Miles'Heart Curealso D. FranUln Anderson, et. al.
Eckermann who had worked on it for son. Accordingly was lanlS-marl I Court I

months. The it a lonely, isolated post, which had a sol FF1DAVIT having been made before me
three emperor accepted his Nerve and Liver Pllll After that In the belief nf affiant, D. Franklin
and Rent him |7.110.KOIIIuth' itary patrol box situated just alongside beginning to take them Ifelt better I Notice.In Anderson, Joan Anderson and William Grape Fruit Lemons

a deserted hut that had onoe been utilized continued taking them add I am now Seymour, defendant In the above entitled cult, ,
eldest son has on bI.tather' reside without
put and
are each over the age nf 21 yean -
as a toolhouse by a railroad cor in better health than for many years. of Florida, to-wlti In the city of
mantle and returned Hungary Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial the State
poration. It didn't require many hours' Since my recovery I hare gained fifty Chicago, Illinois, etc. HART'S LATE ORANGES
to take ube dead patriot's workon Circuit of Florida in and for Brevard Anderson
on the part of the disciplined pounds in weight. I hope this statement Now, therefore, on D. Franklin ,
presence William
new lines. He the next rerolu- County : Joan Anderson and Seymour are each
says copper for him to discover that he bad may be of value to some poor required to appear to the bill of complaint herein -
Lion will be Jacksonville, St. Auinistlne & \
peacefulMlle sufferer.
office of this court In Tltusvllle,
the clerk
been the beet of the deal in this ( at
given Indian River Railway Co., We are now booking orders in advancefor
in March, A D
Zolle de Lnssan's handwriting E. B.BUTTON, Wars Station Ov AS. f Florida, upon the first Monday
particular transfer and he immediately said bill In due course
189B, and to answer ;
Dr.Hoes Heart Care fe sold positive) C. A. Halstead. j Fall and Winter
Delivery at
confessed.It reduced
would
delight a nearsighted reporter. set about scheme will otherwise the same will be taken as ,
arranging a whereby that the first bottle benefit.
guarantee
TO C. A. Halstead, and all other person Interested that this order be pub.
It is a large, free style, in which the Alldrngg ...*sell It-U1. S bottle font, or Is further directed
be could benefit by his newly acquired it will be ant In or having claims upon the west-half llshed with a* little delay a* may be, In the prices.
letters are big enough to show that advantages. by the Dr. Muss Mie4lcai'Co.: Sdkaarl'lpt'of pries lad, of the southwest quarter of section 19 township IKDIAK RIVER ADVOCATE, once each week for
,
In writing is not one of 13 south, range 40 east, In Brnard coun four consecutive week Our Stock is of the Finest in
economy paper The much craved boon that he sought tyFloridal Done at the clerk'* office at Tltusvllle,Florida, Quality

her weaknesses. wu light naps. He had long ago tried are hereby notified to be and:r ;a.\\: this Uth day of January, A D J8\ICI.
YOU e Circuit Court of the State > A.A. STEWART Write for Prices and Descriptions, to
Henri Roohefort
has income
an of the plan of an alarm clock set to go offa f "..". CUDUI, a TOhle ror W__..y for Brevard county, at the clerk' office In Clerk Circuit Court.
$SOOOO a year, and though he lives few minutes before pulling time, but Tltnsvllle, upon the first Monday In March, A 1) Robbln & Graham, W. W. HAWKINS SONS

with great simplicity London he Is tired nature had in each instance asserted lath. to described show what land Interest and to show you why have a part In thealHIve of janlS-feb"I., for Compl't. I I8e&Jo Circuit. }I GEORGETOWN, FLORIDA.

never able to save any money owing to itself, and his station had failedto tition filet by the com, lain- I
his He is "" :, ant : the cause the clerk', olnce in Tltnevilla I
generosity. always ready to hear from him. Now conditions were
on the 12th day nf January, A D 18UD, In Circuit Court, Brevard Coun-
help thorn who deserve It. different, for he had for rid just what should not he token for the use of the complainant HODGES & GODFREY

Senator Joe Brown of Georgia, who he needed to carry out the clever ruse' he p forever... a barred rlrht-of-way| that for behalf.railroad I or else be ty, Florida. ,

died a short time ago, left an estate estimated bad concocted. Running alongside the Ordered the clerk'. office Tltusvllle, this Manufacturers' of

al2 the way from '1,1100, oca to deserted shanty were two electric light 12th day of January, A D 1885. Langley Hitching. et. al., JVS. I In CbaD

$10,000,000 all of which the termsof wires fully charged with a current of A. A. STEWART. 1. rr.
by I). Franklin Anderson, et. & ), Yellow Pine Lumber
his will, is to be divided equally be- electricity, and to these the valiant I BILL'S MESSAGE. Robhln & Graham, Clerk Circuit CounjanlSP' IFFIDAVIT having been made by an at-

tween his widow and children. watchdog pinned his faith. I for Compl't. I Seal Circuit I A to-ney for the complainant: that in his belief ,
lie Wa Ixmeeorae, and Be Wonted the I Court J
each of the defendant hereinafter HOUGH A, DRESSED: ,
hi.
First he
John White of Rhea, Ky., Is anxiously once more produced long Widow to Know It named are over twenty-one year* of age,
ago discarded alarm: clock: after removing thatthey reside within the United State* twltboul Orange Boa Head,
looking for some roving/ creature I The road up the mountain was bard Rheumatism In the back, shoulders, the State of Florida, etc.
the,, from the Next he
willing to be his w:.e. And he is net4 gong top. to climb on horseback, but when I hips, ankles, elbows or wrists, Is caused It IB, therefore,ordered that you, D. Franklin Fruit,& Vegetable Crate

., .. *._ u-4-n,. !? "TTvwienoetner broke away the. glass face. au d" after reached the top of th) a beautiful by accumulation of acid In the blood.IIoorl' Anderson, Joan Anderson and W, J. Anderson, Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River
.
1 .e1. .. .. gap hinants bill at the clerk'
4- *
paler > do to com on bill of
,j" appear through lading. Anyone contemplating
uu iu-- .. .. neutralizes. the acid
J
t. Sarsaparilla
.A 1?k' In Tiuinvllle, I lorida, the
a office of this rrurt on building
malting sort one u" uiwu .,mm_ *...,n ., on the tact Coaxt, would do well towrite
to be trusted with one. He has already view wan >_ drt Monday his-ch, A 1) 1805, and make anronne for re.. The Sawmill It situated on UK
with his watch be made a connection hrd: .ii'ibC; ; erlandriver nrxTcnros rneuoui..._ : -. thereafter; ether* J. T. & K..rr W, .
outlived six of them and he is on the strand of ewer to taiu ; m ,... Ry., 9 mile IIUlbf, falatka.Satsnma
with the electric light wires by means and the will be taken as CODrea....... -
shady side of 100 yea's of age.The wrs woven in out among wine the wine
of! two small pieces of copper wire. One It I. further ordered that this notice be published Hlghts, runuanc.me.,:::.
'trees of the valley, and far, far away Hood's Pills are the best family cathartic be each
fact that the Italian premier, he wound crouud the minute with aa little deny a*may once
of these
I thegreen of the forests stretched until and liver medicine. Harmless and week for four successive week In the INDIAN
Crlspl, loads a somewhat solitary life hand of the clock and the other he firmly RIVER ADVOCATE, published Tltutvllle. t' &.
and is by nature silent and seclnslve tautened to the framework of the I it faded into the blue of the distant reliable lion and ordered at the clerk'omce at Tttuvllle *. J M. SANDERS *

has led the court to regard him as a sky, After gazing on the magnificent t'la., this Mth day of January,A I> 1X' ') ,
timepiece just ov:r the figures that in- Now is the Time.
scene for a few moments I got off ru/ A. A. STEWART!: ,
dangerous For this he has
man. reason '
dioated his hour for pulling up. Ihen Robbln & Graham, Clerk Circuit Courtjanl81etl. Dealer rn'-
horse to fix my saddle girth, and while
uq strong party behind him, though be to one of *the wires be fastened two medicine *. for Compl't. I Seal Circuit
derived from
benefit good
it mountaineer The a
has devoted friends. I was about a came out I I
many more pieces of copper, which he wound of the woods by the roadside. in,.early spring Is undoubted, but Court DRY GOODS NOTIONS

about either of his ,hand. This done, "How are 10u?" said L "Have yon a many people neglect taking until the approach ,

THE FASHION PLATE. the'wily policeman stretched himself piece of string that I can tie up this of warmer weather, when they Notice

out on the floor and enjoyed the desired wilt like a tender flower in a hot sun, AND

Tweed. in varied qualities and new 'nap, safe in the knowledge that at,theiropcr girth with? Something must be done to purify the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial
color' schemes will a prominent ("Sorry, mister, said he, "but I
occupy blood overcome that tired feeling and Choice Groceries
the of the Brevard
moment meeting two hain't., Circuit of Florida, in and for ,
place among spring dress goods. strength. Vacation Is
give necessary
clock would him
wires on the convey to County :
Medium and "How far is it to the nearest house earnestly longed for, but many weeks,
lightweight crepons, a shock that was bound to waken him, Jackwmvllle, St. Angu. & ) Corn Fertilizers
Maybe I can get it there. months must elapse before rest Hay Mapes'
perhaps ,
plain and with colored stripes and dots, so he could salute his station through Indian River Rauway Co., }J. ,
will remain in fashionable favor. "Like's not yon kin. It's about half can be Indulged. To Impart strength, VS.
the patrol box.-Chicago Times.A a mile down the mountain." I and to give a feeling of health and vigor Geo. T. L. QoeIlDg.TO J JIn

All Indication. point to a continua- "Who lives there? throughout the system, there is nothing Oeo.T. L. Dotting, and all other penon Interexted FINE PATENT FLOUR
tion of the immense sleeves that fashion Dramatist'Rejoinder.When It In or having.nlalin upon all that part
"The Widder Blinkins. equal to Hood's Sarsaparilla. seems of lot 6 section 32, township 37 mouth, rang 41 Ooooeie F or1d.a..
has elected for le'I'erall6l180nll Colman the English dramv1st to that I and
past "Not Sam Dlinkine' widow?" asked perfectly adapted overcome prostration cut, lying south of a line drawn east went
was examined before the committeeof caused by change of season, climate through laid lot and 1U5 feet south of theouthwect
Three-quarter coats worn with godet in astonishment for only a week beforeI corner of the former dwelling
I life and while 1 it tones and
the house of commons which sat on or sustains
skirts are made with house of 11.11. Stuart. OXYGENRestores
no trimming
had met Sam down in Piueville in a
whatever except velvet collar and handsome the theatrical question he was asked the system it purifies and renovates are hereby notified to be and appear In COMPOUND
whether he expunged all oaths or timber trade. the blood. YOU. circuit court of the State of Florida for
buttons. profane "No. U'. Bill's. Hrevard county, at the clerk'* office InTltnivllle

Glossy supple faced cloths in medium swearing from the plays submitted "I knew he had a brother but I upon the first Monday In March,A 1I8U6 > strength quiets the nerves
to bit revision. He answered: How's This! to show what interest you have In the ,
weights continue la favor for didn't know he was dead" said J, considerably abov described land, and to how why a part of and expels disease.

handsome costumes to be 'Invariably., relieved. it described In a petition filed by th* complainant Proof, the most convincing, is offered
worn on occasions "Did ever count the number of We offer One Hundred Dollars reward In title cause in the clerk' office In Tltunvllle -
you Free to all who suffer Call and us,
"
where somldress required. "He ain't dead said he, grinning. on the 24th day of January,A 0105,thould see
of Catarrh that
for cannot be
oaths in :your own comedies of the 'It's his widder." :dtaja not be taken for the use of the complainant.* artghtof or write for further Information. Book
Velvet waists in black brown, bluet 'Heir at Law' and 'John Bull?' gram '' Catarrh Cure.F. -way for Its railroad: or else be forever of 200 pages sent free.

blue and green in reseda and moss green "Never, but I dare say there are a "Oh Bill has skipped has he?" J. CHENEV 4: CO., Toledo, O. barred in that behalf. Home or office treatment. .Consulta

shades will be even more popular the "Well, sorter, you may say. Ton see We, the undersigned, have known F. Ordered at the clerk'office at Tltiuvllle, this tion free.
great many he J for the last 15 and believe 24th day of January,A D li*.
coming spring than they hue been this 3111's wife owned the farm and Cheney years,
winter. "Which you disapprove" of? kinder took it easy tell she got her dan- him perfectly honorable In all business A. A. STEWART, Drs. Starkey &Palen,
"Undoubtedly. Robbln& Graham Clerk Circuit Court
der and then case he wouldn't work transactions and financially able to 1529 Arch Philadelphia Pa.
Many of the handsome gowns next "Do not think would have up, made for Compl't. I Seal Circuit Street, : ,
you she tuck it into her head to pester the carry out any obligations by their lebJtJ I I Court I I
"
season will be made of glossy surfaced boon better to have omitted them? firm.
life oaten him and keep him from inj'yln
cloth with a border on the edge of the "Much better They disfigure the WEST A: TKVAX, Wholesale Druggists,
its rest It kep' on frum bad to woes UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH.
skirt and bands on the waist or ooat, scenes in which they are introduced and Toledo, 0. Notice.
tell at last she tuck club and druy Bill
a WALDIXO KJ A MARVIN Wholesale
NAN :
made of perforated cloth laid over silk Injure the humor.
offen the place. And Bill told her he'd SEWANEE TENN-
of cream white or of a delicate contrasting "Then," concluded the chairman, Druggists, Toledo, O. In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial _
be t denied ef he'd back for
ever come Hall's Catarrh Cure I. taken Internally
color. thinking to clinch the argument "yon ever." acting directly upon the blood and mucous Circuit of Florida, In and for Brevard Under the Joint control of fifteen

Ready made accordion plaited skirts are sorry now that you wroteeither of "When did all this happen?" surfaces of the system. Testimonial County : Southern Dioceses of the Protestant

and vests of china silk or chiffon are those comedies "Only jilt this mornln. sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Jacksonville Indian River Railway Angntln CO.,& I Episcopal Church.

sold to be worn with bolero Jackets of "Quite the contrary," rejoined the I I had better there bold by all druggists. \S. } Situated half-way between Nashville

velvet, lined with moire or satin brocade licenser "I rejoice exceedingly to have b'i':; ? !) guess stop Homer TI. Stuart and Ingll. | and Chattanooga, on the Cumberland

the color of the skirt and and made a good pudding, although I regret In the Leadville Col. Stuart 1 Plateau, 2,150 feet above sea level A
vest, ( ) rock-drilling
"In course, mister, he said urgently. TO Homer H. Stuart and InJP1I1; Stuart and aU healthful and picturesque location.
trimmed with beaded passementerie in that any bad plums should have crept "She ain't fierce to strangers. contest, the world's' record was broken, otherpereoa Interacted In or having claim The work of
into It. "-New York Advertiser, upon bill and the north 105 feet of lot a, of the university continuesthrough
Vandyke patterns : With this assurance I started off the first night a Leadvllle team drilling section townihin SI xmtb, range 41 cant, the summer months, and the

Bloat blue, reseda green golden Fens tad Ink. and as I turned in the road he called to thirty-two and one-half Inches In Gunnl- in Brorarcl county,F1o. long vacation Is given In the winter,

brown and fawn colored camel's hair : are hereby notified to be and appear In The Lent Term 1808.
me YOU Begin March 14,
The late Dr. Holmes, like Goethe son granite. a circuit court of the State nf Florida for
suits are made with skirts about four "Say, mister, won't yon tell the wid Brevard eonnty. at the clerk'* office laTttunille The University offers courses of Instruction
says" Mr. Smalleyln the New York Tribune John Wesley never took any form of the ant Monday in March, A II
yards In width at the hem a close fit der that yon seen Bill up in the mountain upon In the following department,
"dwelt the of stationery JlIII6, to show what Interact you have In the
ting princess coat with godet plaits in on importance lookln powerful lonesome?"-Detroit diversion, but utilized every moment. above de scribed land and to how why a part of which are all well equipped and full

the back, the coat shorter than the and of a good pen and good Ink Free Press. It described la a petition filed by the comiilaln- organized sACADEMIC
to the writer, especially imaginative Have you seen it f Seen what f Why ant la thlrauneln the clerk' other In Tttu--
model. first designed for the wlnter.- yule on the 24th day of January A U 111II6,should THEOLOGICAL, MEDI'CAL
writer. Between him and the due the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If
New York Post expresalon Studlng Cp Foe BU BI.Jata."Ha""ou not be taken for the UM of the complainant a* arffif1. LAW, ENGINEEIU-VG.
of his thought in black and you own a sail or row boat, don't fall to lu railroad j or elM be forever A
white there ought to be as few obstacles bad your gas burning all have one on hand. It II'a great labor ; behalf.Ordered special business course In Finance

RAILROAD TIES. friction night?" asked the chambermaid, addressing saver, and Is patented in the United at the Clerk' effir at Tltuvllle,thl and Economy I. provided for student*
as possible, no that can be Mth dar of A I> 1SU6. not intending to The
Mr. ClO'I'crbloom."YePl" States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A. January study for a degree.
There miles of railroad in avoldod. Many a fine thought he declared A. A. STEWART, sewanee Grammar School 1M'y"
are 0,018 replied that gentleman u he few of the state rights will be sold at a prepares
Austria, with 70 different proprietors. had perished ere it was fairly donned his wide brimmed felt reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton Robbln& Graham, Clerk Circuit Court for this and for other Universities and
born, strangled in the birth by a hair on preparatory Titusvllle Kla. e Att*>* for Compl't. I Seal Circuit for business. For special pamphlets and
the of to dO' I I
About two-thirds of railroads going -sa stairs. febl-marl
Choked tourt further Information
the nib of the pen or out of life addressB.
the do not their stockholders "Then I'U have to it at theoffice
country pay report
by muddy Ink. His paperwas ruled and LAWTON WIGGINS, M. A..
anything.A glared bis ink a thin black not blue returned the girl as she tripped Sheriff Sale. Vice-chancellor, Sewanee, run.Or ,

railroad club has been organitet black eta Is much of the best writing away. Rer. F. C. Bayliss. Titusrllle, Fla.
In Chicago IL a Tucker of the Phlladelphia "It seems," said the clerk. he made
fluid in this country. He had written XDER and by eirtncofawrltoteteentin. -
and Reading railroad Is the I know not how many books with' the out Mr. CloverUooin's bill "it seems U Issiwd out of th*County court of Urevardi
that you kept you light burning all eouat'' la *cane therein depending where FICHE TO Olin KKAPKItS.
president same pen. And be looked at the pea asif CAVEAISTRADEMARIcsCOPYRIGHTS. Charles Blum U plalntia and John Houston

The eastern hemisphere, on which! it were a part of himself" night We'll have to charge for extra and leorge C. Houston are defendaats1 bar I1vocUJiii"reae"
gas burned. levied upon and will; sell al public auction to th* The : >>t to all Ita
dwell 91 cent of the
of
per population highest and best bidder for cash, la front of readers '
CAt the who call for
"I'll be do"saidMr. I ORTAIW
the world, has 1'10.fill miles of railroad jMtiee licit M* BIS WU. swillgoszled If you *uv.r and an'rATEITt honeW write ran to court house door at TltusvUlo. Fla..on the ....1 same
Cloverbloom. Sii"'IIill! A. ('u..was have k&l awl7sriF 1 > Monday la March, A D 1866 dudag the \epI "Song of Indian music
r nzp River"
or 40 cent of all railroads The English Chief Justice Holt and with
per
.fMM In th. rtot ..._ Cunnwii_ noun of al., Ike fnlb.leg pad
The Chicago and Eastern Illinois Ie I bis wife hated each other, and when she "Why not? asked the clerk. tioosiutacir..._& A llaiah***ol .... 01 Ike defendaitGeorgu C. Heu _prepsrt; to.wHt Postage one cent each
"Look here. young slier, I'm not furauuuej aoocernuMI Falcate aa4 how to ot- negba 11 *.lo **"". south 01 the M poll on the "Hints I*
the tracks of the Peoria full dangerously he was so delighted tala ih m MI* rrae. A4o.atvgtyottwk.r weal on Pineapple Culture, a
paralleling boundary of Betlon
going to pay for extra gas when yon Wl a d eta...,* boo*.chat .r R township It (eau page each-
., pamphlet.
and Eastern so as to have independent that be became disgracefully tipsy Bubis Faunu tale tbronca Mmon Co. neg. n' is Bf T o ntyFlort.la} thence Postage one cent
wife was equal to the and give directions to keep It burning. peoul notice in the A MerlraieTanl .orth TI deg.. ta?wt Ji 16-100 *'i to tC "Game Haunts of Florida's psal
access to the coal mines at Oakwood. emergency "We what?" Urn* are bcooxbt rd.ljaa.lms l the bli*wok.ut ledlae Rleer eortbwmtari) ahog the
sent for the Dr. Radcliffe wh euM .. Tai spfeSdi ., 'tPi tt atcl Coast "
great She ** roe.N laed.wesd by tun n. a pamphlet of 10 Tot
With the oomplwtio of the street "Give directions to keep It burning. HM>* ww41 .etecaittlr tUwtntwL tu.a>iWtbe Mdrills. these. south 1'1 de#.am/. Ji pages.
weal
and therefore of
bated Holt out spite
UnM nraiilauuei of an ennntiSe work It..erti age one
la UM Male N cent.
between south
raU"ayline Lowell Hain't yon got the sign np there 'Dou't w< lo. .) a rar. s.a s n MM tra*. S line' thence /wits
when the :
erbilL Mass. a line of 41 miles i.m,4e case was presented to him blow B. BdluuaviMuilr. tuna FMT. Made b the poui of =. eontainlnc Give lots of Information to those seek
out the :
Cur -New York Press t>>10S
I came with great promptness and saved eo_ Hi.rta *> TT 'b; 'fM kM> acre,bug U Retard t). >lu.Idi
becoming what is claimed to be the : bee life. .1 tti euua... u ___ aa4 (hotoctmpbe ef MW JAMES X. BOWMAK, ing home. In Florida

longest continuous street railway the i'A'=tMYCeM Robbln A Graham
Send
_cllStltWIIHO' eilOW f.* WU Mem w, .. Vutia. ad awa.r. Atfytlor MalntW., Sheriff: stamps to pay postage.

fsbl-oarl All the above are free,



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TO NARCISSUS I JCTO'JL'M: : I'sS. I I
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- CUPID IN CHURCH CHOIRS. The Trunk Line.
i iwver loved me. bo you aaw la ra* Tropical I :
/ all th*flowers four own Krai bona GRAND VIEW HOTEL I 1iaitiee AN *':*dllr' rM_""d TKvr*, I
'act jour erf* la mine, and M 700 rrorvhat Oa ioo'llaTtt.LQ ..d Matrimony lone R..alU. I

be.only erect li*. \booN your tan ahould Tltusvllle Florida. I A man who singe tenor in a churchon I Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.JOSEPH !

Is now being thoroughly repaired and Michigan arena said the other day
|lraurel yon flower soft 1.al'd ny overhauled for the minter II. DUllKnn, llocoivor.TIIF .
traveL Rates be knew of at least a half down serious

walled tare L heartsick for the erownlnf hour M.Op to U.50 per day. Special rates by affairs tt the heart in progress }'D as rlOKII *OI'TIIFKN It.AII1tlMI <''>',
looked and longed and loY -not ma, week or month. INDIAN HI\M: "T"A: IIUt"A l' CUMI''NIt.. It. CAUI:, flrnrral Manavr.i
ou flower many choirs on the South Side. .., .'nt.u AMI UAKr. \\OUTII KAIIUA1

lovwl fair the mirror of your own trial trace.i JNO P McCALL, Proprietor> "I believe he added, "that If itatistlra : -- -=stit'ril SOIITIt---
Special( Features at Coronndo: Mixl I -
Imnvd down with the Illy that you wore crate rates, solid comfort, no ootenta- were obtainable on the subject S'... 11. u.111.i i... fC' 'JTlme, Table In !.Steel "an.M, ... 011I. Na' nx. JIIn. 1 I

id I bat leaped to meet your kl. divine lion, good fishing, good cooking/ \\ rite It would bo found that of single people t5mp .lusty ,u4s "It ", .''G.J.fKii:: +t 1'i1.Lk.. :. Art iatan' 41M1piu. \empiite
and Bower of lore bad bow bras HOTEL MELBOURNE 1p 11111' Ar.. .. Ur.nlCfl I"'rk Le .SI.m 14.1" +u., .. .. ..
011 ,your for terms who join church choir a larger propor 113 l1' I U I' 112Aa Iati\ ... M.lln..". III.rln...... . .iv C4.am,, II,, I, ,,, atlp in
mine to waken nevermore Uou get married within a year. than "aII'; leap liars ClteAr..lirren'atenprng.. 1.0 II 405t.l I.apml, A... I' n i
jnnod In my lore ; : ... .. ..I.'alk.' . . I.v 441a.t12iapi.m' 4)i1' inlino.
know the ) MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA.Openlall among; an rqnal number of young people ionpi2a01m1223pinietaAr.. ( 2aip 1u24a. Set."..m5. .. .. 4e5liiIi42sin.. .... ,
Lsbediof77k, lore, you teemed palmetto {House{ :! that might be selected anywhereelse. II 1"1' asp I"ats\ . alelee.s . . :1/.11. .' II :t, ,.. .
Image, how the pool the year ronml. Goal Flsh- 1 ,k. A poKnible exception might be Ilmp alap 1:111I1": $i4i5Ar.... ...ltnnUnlll..n. . I.' :1..nIIlIM. ... a4tjiIi \ m
bawl I Inir 4ip .olp lbal' 111aaAr reyw. L' aea3 m 1n Ma u1 sued' nt
,n, will find many a mirror for your fae Hunting and Yachting. Rites, made of the cpvtatio stago. Singing, 12(2. ais: p .. .ItiO I. ... :::: :::::::'I' .- : ::: ': : ":.: Seatu, WO .01 ., ,. .., ;,
DO more flower will loan acroee my breeatlAthunaaum. *2 :50 and upwardsPropiletrcss. if it is about things celestial, sets 12ii5: : 4ap Ii 415r .. .. ..I..I.'n 1'r"'Il. . Lei. Cass: 1"ltI.I" .? ..
DAYTONA even
hC8. I. M OARI F1A1tIIA.COMFORTABLE I.5.a 4itS 2a.p 4i$ iAr. 1".f..r.l.. C1eam tupin.
the deepest of all earthly emotions going . lap I: sup:: IJBi: : Ar ''..''.'.''.'.', ,.I..I..n.I.. .. .. ,,1:: . . : I'i: 2mNpnt I: ::: t
and ROME LIKE. .. ., ...
+ + and the hearts chord with each aMtp latp 1It11.I.: al"I'11iIU. t
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MILES' BOYHOOD. .. ...
GENERAL .MI' Clap UIA.Ar.. Clr.nlle.'Jnn.'U..n..I. 1111I. : '_ 1" InIa's
oldie Park Situated! on the \\rst Mink of the other just a* voices do. 4441' tll\.IIII'I': : : .:"...r.rl..J"n'U..n. : ...) 2ti pre -
Cottage .. .. ... . . 1.I.t.,. ...
red Fluhlnc and Wa the Leader .f an Halifax River, In a beautiful grope of ."If the singer doesn't discorer an It''w 11"1' 100'1' 1''I.Ar "fllr. .I. : lroll'nlII
\ s Cdp batii IMp Winter I"'r" .inset: 1hiau1/ u4lpleaii
Indian Hand. (Palmetto tree, one mile from the \t- affinity In a fellow singer> it is pretty a II.., .. alap Clap .. .. .. "rlenlo' ... .. it Bpin I".I"IU"'I'' r j
General Miles was a boy he WEST 'ALJII ItlACH H.A.O antic and ,,'Ithln'AllY walklnj distance to 1x3 found lu the ouiigrrgatlou. If Ites lroll' tI/Il": 243p. .. .... .. .1..I..e.. .. ., IIapntl/atai.. mai: toPlita
\ hen of the churches aDd places of antum'tiientV apt Asp! .. ., ... 4.'I.Ar.... .. Iltorl..w .. ,..1.1 elnpne Inn,5ntiii +
1 few companion near his homo, for 1IO\VE! tf ,?- = IIIOPRIKTOH. woman hits 1IIWl..t voice a face to v41p .. 1I1"I'Ar .. T."i.... .. .. I.' 1"1"" S41emCtOa
good livery stable Is attached tin
a farming region and sparsely to match and a figure to go with the other to ma I' .. .. .. 1"1'I".C.'I'! :.. I.ei nje. .!eas tuUtw
was Located on the Lake Front near railroad house, from wliiclpuonln! can order .. .. .. -. .
510a'Lv .Jnrklita JlSpm sit fI'41p
t tied His only brother, 13 year older depot and teams at a mnlll\'nt' notice two attractions, she hat the brat possible : :::: /i: I niOst.v.::: .. : I'slstks ... : 1.1:: :: ::: : Iaxn1 ,: IISpla

tin himself left home early, and his : ferry landings. Firstclaealn Hates:-2.M to f.1; per dAy 1 ; *1 J to "I Mper opportunity for displaying them . .. amp ....in4'151.. In'N..hp". .... .. II :5tan./ Sit I' ...
all its .. . ... .. .... .. ...
I much older Nelson appointmentBEULAH */ week The same principle applies to a hand 4'1'' 1I:111: 'hllr..f'o'4 allll 2Aep1.t4aap
i) sisters being M UOAM 12em.; ... .11..1..11.. .. .. .. .. Ina'sn 2Mpm
I len muck to himself. -- tome mail : : : : tile I ii: 1J5np'Ar' .I. ,. .. 1I.lnPOII. ... ,. I1.. ::: :: :: :. 5Mtsnrl:::I 21n': u1
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and other the Rooms Ilk:3c( and "Sometimes there are sharp rivalries 4"1' .II\t..I.y IAt. "" etepnt i
Saturdays holidays *1.00 .
)n per peretm.Open .
IJap. Slirannpr P.t5n1, tbbpulAet
wlboys frequently met by appoint. COTTAGE all the >eir Wist hay: ('timer.uUr of course, which result in musical duelsbttwttu. : :: alp p I: ': ; : ::. .. .. .orange: late: .1.I :: :: '. ::: :. eii.sur:::; IMtpliAr. :: :

tome of of their <.' Street.Jacksonville any, the tenor anti the bntwo .. 11001' .. .. llo': ,. .. .. .. Osls. .. . t.r.' .. .. .. .. aelain limo .i. ;
nt at the one num- .. .. rasp: ..11:11.1: .. ..Fn.IU."II..r.... ... I.. .. ... .. 11.IIII1I7.m
They formed themselves Into bauds --- rioiula..THE ; both of w hom are smith by the charmsof .. .... taI' .. .: \ Ar.... .... .. .... .... ., .. .. .. .. .. ..,. III 5I..\ 1t1 autndwrtrn
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--- ---- lM of the choir. I Ln.' .41sm
lady mt ni drilled carried min. some
.1 clans and \ or on TRAVELERS : :: .: :: .ba1Ar.. :::: :: : : :J itro.k.llle.l.v: :: : : : ... '. .. ... .. ;:..anlaru
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don't know however that there has ::
ure warfare.( They enacted scenes .-. .,. .. .. 1'lMp I i.._ ... II...... f..... .. .JarkMlnrllie .. ., .. Ar --- x.aym I ,
the Indian and Revolutionary wars. iiKNilliullnn( JU\or 1 I.A. ever la real life come tragedy out of bate Ia. ..snrord. Iopm
drew lots to settle who UH01'AS: PLAN. such a set of conditions as we are told .. :::: .... Cu.:II: :: ::: .. ..:. .. ,. :: :: :::: ..:::1 1 1..n"1::: .. 121epntITalS : :: : I
o leaders .. . ... .. .. .
Only 5 minutes walk from all railroad .... 14.I' I.y.... . \I.rlll..... . A eb6anl51ns
aid be "the British, "the Injin," Quiet the happened in the care of 'lovely Anna, .. .. C Fort 1teMte basm,
"the 'Merioans. I Fields, to place spend{ a among few weeks !Pineapple Hunting, depots and steamboat landings: ; and all the soprano, who 'all the sing* rs' hearts :::: Ii15a .:... 5a"i':;::I"" . Itoetingireen :. :rl:..3= I: ::: :::::: :::: IIII liiabn:

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street cais the hotel. Ma II''Ar..Areodla. 1 v II NI ?Bahl
Nelson Allies frequently one band. Fishing and 1Joatln .1.1I | piss inspired The tenor you know, went :' :: 4nlp :::: 0151: Ar::::: -Punts thirds : :. .t.v; IPM.. 5111 I:::::: :::: iC aunt2inp

ley made expeditious through the open I RATFS:-$2.GO per day; special rates 1 tent an nnt firnt-clms IB all Its appointments so high that he blew tho top of his bend :-:-:- 1114'. .. .. .. iv:---. .('..... ,:\\IIe .":- Ar.:- v iiJ. .111.1t4Mp
the week off, and the basso sang so low he split .. ... IC''ip: ..I.y.. .. .:nl..rl... .Innrtl..n. Ar III" 911 put
,oded country. Sometimes tmnglning'meelves : by or month.jy AH Regular MeaU 3T cents. . 5U: I' 2tlt': ''Ar.. .. ....EnMrprl.e.; .. .. ., iv ... ''''. i"l 2aspubatp
roving Indians, they built ISth 1895. the soles of both his feet. Anna mourned .. .. . (Mter I t ,
I Open January 9Gp
I These rates under present Maiiiifrer awhile for both them follows .. :::: TIJp: a4$ :: ...' j, ( IrfI" :::: .. .. : :.: : ::: Ii :NiJintTntp :: ::
Kwarus, and sometimes as pioneer JAMES ASI>HEW : Ar..TITI'S'ILI.E.. .... .. ..,.
have been snip !4.-"UII'I'hI
established and sustained by "Thin she wed the .:.:.:.:..: : :: : ::
tiers they built log buts They laid Manager. Trop . Ar btLIMK/i- finis.. ..
the liberal of the /State and; Tr-.I::
patronage Man who fed the : .
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bnscades, attacked strongholds, cap- T2" ''Ar Tavares : ::: ::: tC4l.etGv. ...:
Tourist patrons hand Into the .. =-===
ed parties and did many other ad. Organ bellows."
D. C. ANDUtbS Jacksonville Indian It. Lv ltoysl l'uineinnni'Plm( 1Ieal'h.10 00 aLv.
tnrons things. Their costumes were HOTEL CARLETON Proprietor Trlbnua ( F.xl't10") a )
*; -Chicago Sanford . . 11\\: P I.v. lIuh.II.Rkerul.thl.( ..W. 1.1f.) J\I: 1\
the farmhouse
from
thered garrets Ar. TltuMvl1le (wharf) . 4(10ii I.y. lIut,1 Riviera (Itiviers) 10.i: a
..1 consisted of colonial, continental, Jacksonville, Florida. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. EACH GIRL WORE COURT PLASTER. I.y. TIIII.I1'} (dally n. Sunday) 4 11:' I' Uue .Iunovl" Lake WUlth. I'Itr.) 11 3.i :a

12 and train band uniforms-former- nile lintel Indian It., Itttckl\.tlj, '7 on I' Lv Juno (via J. .t I.. W. fly) 1150 a

common in old New England faml4 And Bo the Tooth Conldn T.U Which }hoe Jupiter (ttlltt\\'I/I" day). ? 1230 pAr. Jupiter (daily). tl2\: \ P

!-and imitations of the dress of the Opposite PoHtoflico. COLUMBIA HOTEL Cam Into Ills Rove 1.1''. Jupiterdally\ ). 1241p I.v, Jnptterdaily( u. SsttndaO) 1ap

rragansett and Iroquois Indians. The The young man who thinks he it goIng Ar. Jupiter (viII J. .t I.. \\'. If.\) llfl: I' Ar. lintel lndlan H., (ftlekledge 171x) 1\11.1'

opens were old flint lock muskets, to come out ahead In any joke In '. Juno (via Lake Worth Str.)) I ::10 P l.v lintel Indian R? (Ut>l'kll'tlsr.. tll 00 alino 1

tgnna) rusty swords, tomahawks ands >* Under New Management Centrally Located on St. George which a girl of ordinary sharpness is In. lintel Riviera (Itivters). 2 00 I' line Tlluullle (dally ex./'Iun.lil/' ) 11.t. a

anti arrows I Street. rolTed is sure to find hit mistake. It Uue lintel lake Wool (\V.t.ll) 28.\' P I.v, TltllMvllle (wharf) U 20 P
Thoroughly renovated, ,new plumbing, nile n..yal I'oln..lana (Palm It) S00p Ar Ja'honvlll.lutilanllvl'r( : ";1)) 60011
time In certain
It is easy to infer that the Miles boy Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park happened some ago a
(1 military aspirations, and that the I new furniture, new decorations, gas, .college.that the dormitories of both the
Dally. t Dally except Hun.'lay, I madly nt'tllt MnndajrAililltlonal .
and full view of |
the
West electric light, steam heat, elevator, oval a Ocean and lady and gentlemen students
mise of an appointment I young Inillan Rlvrr tcrvlf* ii T utmiiiirr apM| >lnt it to |..av* Tlliin III. T:on a. ni. Mondays,
int when he should be of the required annunciator hot and cold (Ibatb .1 elegantly rolling breakers from the piazzas. opened into the same halL WMliiMlayian' .irrlilava for KMklnfir*, Mrlhi.iirne an.I way Ian'llnifn/ Returning, i..av e 111el-
I One midnight of the bourn*at { ('I.. m, Tumila)*, Thnnlayi end taturdays.lue; Tltuavlll > p. m.
e would have been hailed by him I furnished].| parlor, orchestra. evening near one
I PI LI.MAW CAR atRVIItt-Tr.ln: *l. |.rlor Buffet' can Iwtwwn Taokw.nvlll, Tampa
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th delight But a farmer's boy with. Strictly first-class In every respect. girls, who had slipped oat Of her room and fiinuilonla, i ( hair rani'alatkafi HriHkiiv III*. Train .>o. II Inillan Rlvi-r Co 're..) parlor
t relatives or friends with political I W M. TEAHEH Proprietor to enjoy a secret chat with one of the Buffet Nt.7: knonvlllii: til Titueviile. Train No sft. Nnrt.t :| ln( roe Nfw' York to fort Tampa.
Train I Inrlnnatl and Jankx.nvlll. 1 Train, I
Tune.a No TS I'arlor lluf
uence had no hope of such an ap- RATES:-$250 to $-1100 per day. Other girls, was harrying to her room, lot ran between 1"'I./ln''I./ | Tain)'a and .I.'ko..n.ma) l'arlorI".t C ara Tl'imvlll to Jaiknonvllldf -

'ntment in those days, when cadet. Special by the week, and i to CommercialMen. and in the dark mistook the room, .enterlng Chair ran llmkavlllauil-alatka' Train No I'J. Hiiffet ilwplnic can 1-nrl Tsropa to New I

ps went by favor and not by com Gas, Electric Bells and perfect system the room of one of the boys by \orkanilTaiiiato lmlnnatl .
W II. COKKIN W H IIFMIAM, A. W. itt'IE,
itive examination. -New York Press. CRAPO &LLeVENE, of Sanitary Sewerage.Iuthauola mistake. Be was standing by the gas (ten 8u,," J.. T. & K. W. R',. Rn|'t. Florlila Hmithrrn R',. Hiipt Ind. Klvrr All C.Co.
jet having fast turned out the light n, I). ACKtULV, tensest raMntr| Agent, Jwk.onvllle. Ha.Jacksonville. .
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The ".d.. and the CrcU*. Proprietors. and when she ba<\ found the match which -- --

A jocular cyclist well known In the she carried in her pocket and started to e

penhagen sporting world had to an. # House # light the gas she Humbled against him. ,

er a summons for riding on the foot- x aOTELUOQUINAXfORMOHDBYTHESEA Of course she screamed and started for

tb leading to Lyngby church. The the door, but he was too quick for her, St. Augustine

rlge thundered out the words, "Yon Healthy Location, on East Bank of and holding her a moment actulIy'blt' ,
her cheek in order that be might identify .
v.been cycling on the Lyngby church
tpathT 4- Indian River Florida. the young lady when next they met. ic ( & Indian River

The cyclist nodded assent. Of course her wrath knew no bounds,

'You will have to pay a fine of 4 FLORIDA. and when she finally reached her room
nero REACHED BY STEAMBOAT FROM she called an Indignation meeting of the Railway.

The accused took four coin out of TITUSVILLE AND COCOA other girls and explained what the horrid .
fellow had presumed to da She ciKU Time Table In Effort< Jan. lath, la A.
pocket and laid them on the bar. OPEN DEC. 1st
pat tell me, your worship, have could never face hint again and was not All Rail LIne to Lake Worth via. St. Augustine Ormond and

puce Waldemar and Princes Marie House New and Comfortable going to chapel In the morning. Bat Rockledge. t
then of he would know who she
course
mission to cycle on the path in qUeiu -
?" SURFEBATHING AND DRIYING Are AH Rooms Face the River was, and she appealed to the girls to South Bound. North Bound.

kelp her out of the difficulty. They did.
he judge rubbed his nose. Specialties at Oraond.jy Pure Soft Water. '4 .23 ZCoSi. > NO.r. Nu.
'Urn I No, certainly not I* this your The next morning when the girl stn I a5b INo.TO No,5PI, 72 1nM.

t offense?" Circulars address 1'emll-tB.OO: week. For monthly dents filed past the boys at devotional L. JrckwnrUle' .. 7311to 111M. Pie: P- T16; I.y W ....hn IIN..b --- Tiii a m .-- :.
For per
exorcises in the wicked Ar "t. AIIllu.th.e. 5C's12at0t, 200p lisp I., IU.lpra. .. .... t24a1.1I. ...
chapel youth
one
Yes, your worship, and my last addressG. ., 41. Augu.tlus. IJte p I.e .. r ii. .. ..
bwered the SEISER & VIKING rates, looked over the top of his testament onlyto Lv Ilstings.. .,. .: 12 MI p I.e :r.i'u; : tt.n::: .C . : = : 11, : :

culprit Managers, W. SCHUYLER sue a procession of 13 girl, each havIng Ar."C: 1'.I.tk. 126111: LvOomoe ., .., .... . .,.. Ila.OI. .
Well, then I will let yon off with A l'eisOis,.. Lr Alic4, . ..


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BenUlleL Fast .... I.v Fort . . .... ?
ten he had got to the door .the jadge CCxp. Lvlitl.uels..

I 1 led out to him: Green Cove Springs, Florida. The Kaot-aroo at 117. na ,:::, .::: :. ::.. aMi 241 p. .. ,.. :::: :::: .I.VSelw.tinn e Mellxmras.: :::: : : : : : : : :::: liE : ::.:::: : ::

'Hello, you there, did yon actually the If ArN.wNntYne. .. .... aiU .. Lvterm. am. .
Prince Waldemar and Princes When pursued, kangaroo, poesible Artist 1111i.: .. ::: Ciii r. I.v F aulittle., ... : : :::: : : IW a n. :: : :: :
directs his flight toward the river AtTltusvllle.2)1': I.' l"II'.leolll'. ..... ..? .... 11110. III. ,
e) riding on that path?" THE IDYL WILD ST. If he reaches it, he enters, and thanksto Arnl, I..ID'. .. .. .. .... .4/1)1' I.y"c" .... ... ..... .. .... iiuspm.: .. ...
'U} No the ArCocos .. .. I.rCity 1 .
HOTEL.FINEST bop iilapm
your worship replied CLAIR his great height, is able to go on foot .i" : ::::. 51ap I.eTltuaville.: : : :::: ::.::. :" :: Ilempu: : : : :::

Ultt with a twinkle in his eye awl T to a depth where the dogs are obliged to Ar.'a".I. :. ... .. .. slap '.yO.ilIUll. .. .... .. .. ....1111 p n.Al0arslt .. ...
i HandeUtidningen. ... 1411" .. . l.y/'>..IIIt1)'rn.... .... .. ...... 1/1() pm.p. .,..
swim. There he plants himself on his ArM..llrne... .. .. .. SM It ... ..... LvPort ..r.nlC.. .. ...... ,... VII I' . ..
Florida.
The Blejel Melbourne, LOCATION AT THE SPRINGS. two hind legs and his tall, and, up to ArNttuete.ArSeiestlan..r : : ::: .easy. ... .. .::... ::::. l.ronlmnd I.rh.ytosa..::.:: ::...:.....7: h.I.:.: : : :::
his shoulders in the water, he awaits . .... .. .
t a ArYurCl'ler.. .. .. ...1311" .... ArKwtl'elstts. .. ''' .
prophetic genius of 80 year ago the attack of the dogs. With his forepaws I is .. .. .. AiW1n _

'iou ventured would the enjoy opinion the that use of thi a gen-ma- Open select January house IK, Beautifully 180!. I HaYing unobstructed view> of that approaches he seize by him the, and head as the he first U more dog gf:g;::::: :.. ::. .:.:.:. ::. 111p limb p ...;:;. ;,;.::. Ail.luka LvSasMat.Matsu...,.,:::.,.I... :I:; : : :.I,44'':::1-:1: _, : :. :

inwhich man'IOWD physical strength A family ; A.. A'''''.l..... .. .. .. .... IIl'll' .. .. .. 1..I :!. !:..:.:.:....:: ::;..;..:.;.:.. ......
1 Id< drive 80 mile hour faster located on a Bluff, overlooking Indian solidly balanced than bin assailant behold Ar don... .. .. .... .. 141.. ..... .. 1.r ..-. . . . ..
an or fires best of bed large .. .. .... . ... ..
River Bright the dog' none under water a* long Arlfn''" "'Ntn" 1M 1' iv .Bpm., :
a. a* can.
likely to "steam." Yet At Rlrlen. .. .. .. .. 71st beta CeO 200
whisper out home comfoat.uisine ::a ; : : ::
hivi today such machine, not only offering every come to the rescue the first one U sure Ar W a..Jk, l : 5Im1l0AOa1 100 : blo :
to be drowned. If a companion arrive
bluhe, In the favor of thousand of rrr a Specialty.
and by his attack on the kangaroo manages A. Ji W. UKASCIf. UK MATEO SRAN'H.1No .

"8 men given naturally to activity, BATES :-*i per day. Less per week. Thoroughly Renovated. Hot and cold to let the captive free, the half .
rapidly capturing the respect andfancy tNo.J BT4TM'M. .So S tNo 4 t.cei I o9NWI$ A IQ t.. ust'N S"alta
drowned brute i* glad to regain the ----- 1 fllll'l 'I lOp l l 0fItI It: 1..1..il. II....! !
of people of all sexes, sizes Baths In the hotel. li ..I.y Nsw' 'tip 1IIt'ITllp
a 12011p
Sulphur
shore a* quickly as possible. In this way yqM Tt aIluyrs. : 11."hl"lata.' ..., 11 asst b
i.r I..k. 1\.0": / ally
hitherto
pursuits whom the
to a strong and courageous male kangaroowill 4 btPNei.. I.y Orah'.('1t,.... ..., II 4 "'I' L. 1..I.tll., Ar. ....t 1'.I..tk.,
WI farm of exercise Jiave been dif MARTYN & EDGERTON. At Nsn M.C.o. Ly.1IIua Mstw1.
I bold his own against 20 or 80 dogs ::11'1' 10{65 Ar Hangs Clty June.. 110e. .411"

impossible. The bicycle ha ere- drowning some and frightening others, t Ilally.zeeptSunday.PALATKA .
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uotiment for itself and for the -- -- --- intervene I llal\, .. .,, 8und.,.
and the hunter obliged to
loorluitom it lead towhloh amount
1 leanin cult. The generic name of D. B. MA THESOY.JNDJAN with a ballet.-Exchange. BRAX'IIt .

bet I >iman" describe a wheelman inH Mrrtl. For Victor.!*'* rw.. INe.57lNo.tb5Pie. I No.61 8T4TIOSJI. I NO.IIO $ & I ..& $
u. pirfc and in habit koth.-New RIVER :I-3OTEI.j: : Near the principal entrance at Os- ,
k .
inn. 4MIy lOOp flub .s l'al.th ..Ar iTe9' aNp//4 cup rnuop
borne there U a flower garden in which .311 P 1'7'iiP P 1:1:11I: : A' .. I'I at...... .LYIl1II, : it l26p: it .411 P
rte fktttle of a WMU la immense myrtle bosh i* to be seen

>be attle of a Week wa the great : : TITUSVILLE ;This ha been grows from a sprig which Smelly.
IIO a' Toor, in which Charles j ; ':.: .. I"wa taken out of the wedding bouquetof
I". )Yerth,.. the Saracen. A. D. ... .J1" Indian River. the Empress Frederick in 864. It ha (train rtall/ between Jai knn>lll* and ttt Aujfuntln/
auuth of M .
1\ Tralaa Aujciullu* run daily .eeept rlundavTrala
the| member of the Saracen army Flo. been a role at eoort thai at every royal SI and 37 ..*k. ao stops) between. Jacksonville and ",. AiiKUitln. ,
,'w)oo.!7 estimated at from 400.OOQ h-' marriage In which! either bride or bride Trala al carries HulTt "'rl..r ('ar Jw kwmrlll to WM palm tIota<<< h.
TI> Tr.lalll: carries. lullmaii Nurse 11..1> n rout free Nv York to HI. Ancuitln.*.
09(1 .JO. I and: the monkish hlltorianl -;- .-1'p groom wa a descendant of the queen Trala *7 carH. rullnaa Clasping and Iolaing ran. KHIM from >*w York to HI. Auriullo.
hat *:8.000 wew killed on the field' ..i'D.. B. MATHEMX, some piece of this myrtle have been fm....rnttn.. tralu 81 sad 71 Cave. Vrnfmtf. M la>U< for HUncr. Ormoaid ....rU....
This Tttuo-Tabl. >hov* the tines 1 at .bU k (train way be vipw Md to art and drier, from
'' pected that thee figure ace a Paoralr.R: plaoed in the brW wedding bouquet tk* a>tral .tatl "* 8ger tion. tnt it Ii certain that 1'- The practice commenced when Princess th* loun-aay bold hash rwjxiwll.l for any delay ui say cue.- ....** arlaln*; tfecrcform

baltltw l. Alice married. Prince Lobo of Hese at JOSEPH KICHABDSOV,
of history have be either
All The
Ju. Ope Year. UOM .*_liTr A*....
'7 or *o decisive Diborna in 1801, and it ha been coo t

tinned until now, when their daughter -

A Creel c--.L barn! been married to tb/* emperor of

.aarqui was .stnxnelywroth' 9 .. C' walk Ooly from a few Railway minutes'station Russia, and she carried a bouquet of Dp-to-Date t Job Printing .at'ADVOCATE *

valet on IIOOODD& of one of his and Steamboat landings white flowers, in which there were several .
j lipid trick CaWag.at to him. t sprigs from the O borD* myrtle, .

u Giovanni I r 1 which wa sent by the qUell to Bt Perbarg .
Com awl help may O* the banks of the
topboou I wail >o kick far-famed Indlaa Mver.Jil & expressly for this purpose.- w Office.
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Kprd.il Son)Ices.SpocUl same month last year. Highest tempe Highest of all in Leavening Power.--Litest U.S.Gor't Report ROBBEBHRAHAH
azure P3, on the 29th which I Is also the THE
highest ever rt'Cordt'd for this month at Cft
services will be held In the this station.
Lowesttemperature 8.1, on
rrnlnUrUn church, conducted by the the let Lowest temperature previous! _
Rev II Kolffwin/ Sjmwliral Misnl\ <>nArjrtvimmenclnji recorded for this month, 29 In 1803. D BakingABSOLUTELY
on AVcclnriwUy evening, the The VAI Paid Up Capital $25,000.00..
lotli Innt., And continued every evening mean temperature was 05 degree
until the follo.ln/l/ !SahlMtli. The Sacrament and above on 11 days, and the mallmumtemperatul' LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE
of the Lords Supper will he Ad.' was 70 and above on 18 Powder ,
da .. The '
ministered and other church matter ) mean temperature of the .
mill be attended to. first two days of the month was 48; We have for sale a large list of
A cordial Invitation In extended to "n that of the last two 73, a difference of 25 carefully
degrees between the first and last of the PURE
to be present at the special serviceswhich month. Up to and Including the 15th selected Indian River Properties.
each
will evening at
7:30 o'clock.lllftliop .commence the accumulated deflclences the mean Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast LilU
temperature averaged about 2 degree marched to the grounds where the tress
I ff: The ADVOCATE be had at Jo.
may Canal and
Transportation
daily but this offset the
; was by high had been prepared for planting. Dr. Screven's drug store and Mrs. Emma
Gray Visit Tltimille. temperature daring the last days of the Before planting all joined heartily Eaton's news stand, 6c. per copy. CANAL LAN'DS.Florida .
month, which brought the temperatureup the song, "We children of the free come Southern Jacksonville West
Railway, Tampa Key Railway ( .
to a little above the here this average. to plant tree. The first tree
Lands. DIsston Indian River Loan and "
Investment
Her. Wm. Crane Company's. <
The Right Gray, '
of /the Jurisdiction of Total rainfall WM 0.88 Inches; wfrch WM a prickly ash, represented by Willie Store To Let. and other Low Priced Lands. "
bishop Missionary
Is 1.73 Inches below the averge. There Weihe, and dedicated Ponce de Leon.
Southern Florida, who ha been on a were 8 days with rainfall, ranging froma The second was a maple, represented by 1Wonoy: 10; Loa.n .1ways o>n.At EJa.J1d: ,
visitation to the various place. between trace to 0.50 on the 10th. Greatest and Phronle Cleveland, and dedicated to our BRICK store to rent In the ADVOCATE Ten per cent, in sums to iu.il.
Palm Beach afternoon and Tltusvllle and held, arrived service here and least rainfall for the month since stationwas president, Grover Cleveland. The third block. Fine location. Apply at the Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
Tuesday established 10.52 In 1889 and 0.34 In tree was a cedar, represented by James ADVOCATE office, Tltusvllle.
confirmation at St. Gabriel's! Episcopal 18. Average rainfall for this month for Revels, and dedicated to County Supt. J. Titusville. Florida.
church In the evening before a large eight years, 2.A3 Inches; average number II, Sams. The fourth tree was an oak
congregation./ / The bishop delivered avery of rainy days for same period, 10. There represented by little Mamie Ray, and Fine Watch, Clock & Jewelry '

confirmed fine sermon three candidate during the evening, aDd were 17 clear days, 13 partly cloudy aDd dedicated to Frederick Frcebel, founderof Repairing at Anthony Bros., Titusville. ;
1 cloudy day. Average cloudiness on a the kindergarten. The.flfth tJ'fWAl Satisfaction
and wife the guaranteed.N14tf
Bishop Gray were guestsof scale of 0 10 a China berry Poison' .
to 3.1. represented by .v.
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Mr, and Mr*. T. T. Wetmore while In Paddison and dedicated i Carpets.The '. '." '. ..-
Total wind movement 8,137 miles, or to Mr. Henry 't'
town. M. Flagler the benefactor of the .
great
an average velocity of 11 mile per hour A Beautiful LineOf --
Prevailing direction S. W., or 19 per cent East Coast The sixth tree wad a magnolia i
Death of Mr*. J. W. Itogen.Mn. of the total directions observed. Highest / represented by the pupils In Miss sterling novelties at Anthony Bros., m
velocity 30, from the N. W on the ftansom'a room, and dedicated to Gen'l. Tltusvllle, Fla. *24tf! ) Fall All I
Robt. E. Lee. This concluded the ex Styles are ID
J. W Rogers, after lingering 27th. There was one killing frost on the ercises.A .
1st of the month, and a light frost on
from the fatal effects of burning by the Informal reception was held In the
the 24th. There were two foggy days Pineapple Slips and Suckers.
distressing gasoline explosion which occurred during the month. kindergarten room, /giving parents an Such as Moquetts Brussels Tapestrys and Ingrains iitt
on January 27th, died lint nigh/ J. E. LANOUETTE, opportunity of seeing the artistic manner Write for prices on e. 1. Cayenne, ,

at 10:20 p. m., her father, I>r. I). R. Wilson Observer. ID their which room.the The little little ones tots have had decorated woven and Abbaka suckers, Jamaica to Ripley and Queen slips or without Borders. This is the largest and best selected

and Dr. It. I,, Wills being In attend tiny flower baskeU, which they presented E. C. B. TrNDAtt, .
ance. im. HALL'S Lixrrtmus. as souvenirs of Arbor Day, 1805. Waveland, Fla. Stock of Carpets, Mattings, Rugs, Shades, Oil Cloths aid
Mm. Roger wa about 2": years of Great credit Is due the teachers-Prof. -
age, and wa married seven year ago./ W. T. Kennedy, Miss Ida R. Bates and Furniture Coverings to be found South
She leave three little girl, aged two, Dr. W. E. Hall, of New York, gave a lisa M. II. Ransom-for the able man For Exchange. ,
four and nix yean respectively, for free lecture to a large audience on Friday ner In which they carried out the pro (ZJT Write for Samples and Prices.
whom and her bereaved husband the night last, at the opera house. It
gramme.
deepest Is with ,We bUd a desirable place In North H. E. CLARK
sympathy expressed by this sparkled humor and pathos through ,
38 West Bay St.
SituationsYallted.. Jacksonville Fla.
will
which
hardwoods
The funeral takes place at La Grange seemed to appreciate It. On Saturday valuable we exchange ,
cemetery at 10 o'clot this morning. he gave a paid lecture, "How to get for orange. grove or pineapple
married and keep so," In which he : lands. Write UI.ANTHONY
gave 'RITTI.II. Compositor, writer, reader, BRO*., Tltnsville, Fla.
the bachelors present some hard
pretty
A Nobel Kiitrrtnlniiirnt. J. S. Smith Jr. & Co.
knocks, causing considerable laughter good make-up and useful In many ,
throughout. lie also did not forget the ways. Very anxious to settle somewhere ,

One of the most n. Vet And l enjoyable oil maids, to whom he gave a little In Florida. O. V. Crowell, 70 A liargaiifi DEALERS IN -
amusements have had In pleI\ll ntl' He strongly advised the VT. 12th It., New York.
we town for ;
Home time WAil the oyster-bake given by fills and boys to marry young, but toe WANTED, by a young man, sober and Industrious ington Business avenue lot,, with 25 feet tin front shop on north Wash of ::::
Mr, an,11\Ira. Geo. and careful whom they married. He said
M. Robbins
Miss >
camber Jennette of Taddinon their young last friends.night/ to quit a nothing married./ about Dr. Hall the seemed wherewithal to think to get hewould weekly paper, a ,place or reporter as editor for daily.of some I This Lesley is&very Renaker cheap.; can Nothing be had else for can S4(be)(). .'j-' f 1- 'jLime .- 'K 1-. B RICK i I :: :

had In same neighborhood at double the
Would object
am a practical printer. not /
The beach In front of the residence of be the mesas of causing many of ,
Mr, Tltusvllle folks to place as foreman compositor, price.tf. .
Robbins suited to
admirably for the mr young get mar
occasion, being sheltered In a /great degree clod hnrrledly, and that every young of as references.I desire to locate E. W.In Florida.441 Llber.Best ROBBINS & GRAHAM Co. Cement, Plaster, Hair, Etc., Etc.AGENT. .
from the strong wind blowing at man who brought/ his sweetheart to bear Rayle,
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ty St., Winston, N. C. FOB :- Will always give lowest
the time by the brick terraces, under the lecture, would pop the question on / very prices
whose Ie<> Improvised seats of mattingwere be way home. V/e think Dr. Hall was ROME BRICK CO., Rome, Ga., and prompt shipments.
stretched for those wishing to sit i away off In his surmise, for an Anvo- WANTED, a situation general/ utilityman. COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta, Ga., Give us your orders and we cnat
down. GATE reporter closely scanned the countenances I have had experience In all THE CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO. antes satisfaction.
All the necessary arrangements hav In that audience, and if a marriage branches of newspaper work; of mature OFFICE : WAREHOUSE :
lag Wn made the huge bonfire comes out of that night's crowd, age; sober, temperate and reli-
was / llable first-class all-round 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.
; a printer.I
lighted, the Iron tray put over Its fierce hen we ate badly deceived. On Sunday
wish to make a permanent home In ESTABLISHED 8I, Telephone 84. Telephone X81.:
embers full of fine such night he a lecture on "The Mistakes
oysters-- All we / gave
only have on Indian River-and bakedto of Moses by Robert Ingersoll," In the Florida. Salary very easily arranged.C. JACKSONVILLE FLA JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Spalding, box 21;! Atlanta, Ga. __ __ _
perfection. The delightful morsel opera house, which took about two
were then eaten with a relish and amid hours. The Rev. W. T. Veale Intro-
much merriment by those present. Tray uced the lecturer to the audience. This E. L. :SC
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'after tray of the delirious bivalve were lecture, which appeared to us to be a

In this way disposed of, until all were little disjointed, nevertheless "filled the Lumber and House Building Materials 4- Groceries Grain Garden Seed Fertilizer
:fully saUsflwl, after which candy and bill," and Dr. Hall kept his audience In Hay
lemonade were liberally dispensed among a good humor the whole evening. ,
the :young peol lo. The lurid glare cast **x Sash Doors and Blinds Lime Cement; Nails andBuilders' I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
,
l y the /glowing/ logs on the many Hitting Staple; I Grroeeriew Fruit
to and fro, against a background,of al- nney ,
ARBOR DAY. Hardware.
mmt Intense blackness, formed a- truly And Food ProductsOf
enchanting and pretty IIl'I'Re. and one All Kinds. Also My Stock of
which long/ be remembered by those Arbor Day was observed by the pupils Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty.
present at the oyster bake on Indian of the public school, Tltusvllle, on Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,
G. F. PADDISON
River Friday afternoon last. A reporter was ,
on hand to watch the proceedings on behalf Ground Food and Wheat.I .
TITUSVILLE, FLA., and EAU OALLIE, FLA.
of the ADVOCATE. am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: In the above Used
A Social Gathering. Promptly at two o'clock the kinder. -- Goods. I buy close, and will sell close I Invite your correspondence and solicit

garter pupils marched In to the music & your patronage. Very truly
Air and Mrs. 8. II. Happersett gave a (Of the Infantile band composed of her FEASTER BREITWISCH, :me I,. Da.A.DY.1Mtotlo'tV ::

very pleasant entertainment to a few of monica, drum tambourine and triangle, -- -- ------ ---- _
their friends on Wednesday evening, In aDd arranged/ themselves on the platformof Bucceuors to L. A. Coleman,
Lonor of Miss Louise Hap|>ersett, who Is the chapel, where the main school << >> Wholessle c&
music} their jtlte t. After some and a Urge number of visitors had aaembled. 1 and Retail FLORIDA MEATS a* Wagoner
had been beautifully
the feature of the evening was The room Deafen in
introduced, consisting of the new gameknown decorated with palmetto, hanging RETAIL AGENTS FOR
a* "tloral transposition" We noss, vines and flags, and presented a Orange and Vegetable Growers.
will not attempt to explain the rules of leastng and holiday appearance.
the game to our readers, as IndulgenceIn I'rof. W. T. Kennedy presided, and -- --- LaGrange, Fla. PURE SOUR MASH WHISKEY

one of the games would be the best, announced the opening, { song, "Wake, - -
method of mastering the detail Prizes. says the sunshine, by the entire school L. K. MUNN Prmt. 8. O. VANLANDUSGHAM, Sec, Trmu.
were awarded to the most successful The Rev. W. T. Veale then made a ALL KINDS OF
pHycrs. K 1). W ager/ received the gentle brief prayer, after which the children of PIKENIX MILLS LUMBER CO.
men's tint prize, consisting of a beauti the kindergarten entertained the audience Wines: Spirits, Beers Eto.
) souvenir shell. W. S. with a number of /games TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.; ,
(Imam, who had been requested to act The duette, by little Mamie Jones and Incorporated October, 18 4-Bner.Mor. to R. Ransom t Co. r"
as a lady In order to make the numberof Frankie Iruber, was greatly enjoyed.
the sexes even, received the ladles' Then followed reading, giving/ brief Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber DUREN & FEASTER

first prize, which consisted of a hand- description of historical and remarkable Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched
come glass paper weight. lie attributed trees, as follows: Harry Titus, "Liberty lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and coven and cypress tanks of all sizes
his success to the handkerchief which Elm;" lola Davis, "Washington Elm;" _
made
as called for. All Kinds Of Mouldings, Turned and Scroll KM a
was pinned on Ills arm as a badge of his Maggie Kt'nDtJdY"Dottie Tree; Daisy
'vex F T. lludge secured the gentle heady, "Musical Tree;" Ernest Van- Specialty, One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many years' experience, GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS Francis H & Cfl'i
men's booby prize, a bottle heart-ache andingham, "How G. P. Morris wrote so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the construction Leggett
medicine: and Mrs. Budge secured the Woodman, Spare That Tree;'" Johnnie aDd building! of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms and in
ladies' booby prize. Everybody voted Graham then gave "Wood maD, :Spare the most satisfactory manner fall and see us before purchasing elsewhere. Fine Groceries.
themselves delighted with the evening's That Tree" In his usual pleasing style.
entertainment, and those who failed to "Whispering l'Inea" to the tune of Correspondence and Patronage Solicited.
secure prizes seem to be anxious to try "Robin Adair," sung by the following Fruits and
again and be more successful on some young young/ ladles: Misses Anna Eaton, Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all kinfi

future occasion.TITUSl'ILLI. tola Davis, Rosa Lea Jones,Daisy Brady, A Beautiful Selection

Pearl. McCall and Florence Yanlandlngliam. CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE.ry _

: l\IBTI'OUOLOO- John Lindsay gave a recitation, "Whatdo OJ7 --- Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited.
we plant when we plant a tree t" In
ICAL SUMMARY FOR good style.The :ggxI Very Truly, Damon eto J7OO.Ster.
JANUAHY 1805. recitation, "Hiawatha's Sailing," -
by Pearl McCall, was well rendered. = : <=>
Then followed addresses by the Rev. ( ov "THE LITTLE BROWN JOG."
..... en
The mean temperature for Januarywas W. T. Veale and Dr. W. E. Hall, of New :::
" 61.0, which Is one degree above the York; after which the entire school Old
average and two degrees lower than the t3t Kentucky
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A POUND OF FACTS ii: "c:> ONE GALLON, Delivered

In Sealed Case, (no marks) at
your
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Fact No. /.-There have been STERLING 4 BELT BUCKLES x AND ZARINOS On Receipt of $3.

It !I, on more theGail infants successfully raised At ANTHONY BROS., The Jewelers. AM. Address business Strictly Conflden1. -

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Eagle Brands LUMBER! V Jacksonville, Fla.-


Condensed Milk than upon any RICHARD W.
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Fact No. 3.-Infants thus broughtup Notary Pttbtle ft
We
+ are subject to very little sickness are making special prices on Lumber

I compared with those otherwise raised. Lath and in lots Florida Real Estate Exchange g e
These prove the lJu'rJ.ld., which Is. Shingles, car ball points Sonth on the ,

that the Eagle Brand Condensed Milkis J,, St. A. & I. R. R'J. For M Particulars! AddressBUilDERS'
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wholesome
pure, carefully prepared descriptive )>ric. list.
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