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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: February 22, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS Head This Column Carefully. Bishop Gray will preach In Key -Eau Gallie now has one of the finest A lllg Catch of .'18h. HOTEL DU NIL SA UNO. j ji

West about the 4th of March. bridges In Brevard county. i
of General Interest. ty Advertisements this first
Lnd ToplcM on ( )
-Mr. Pierre Lorillard'a address -Mr. and Mr*. T. T. Wetmore have Charles of New Haven
present Seymore, ,
page are ten cents per line per week, and Grand Opening Dinner. IM Delightful
are continued from week to week unless Is Sebastian Indian River Fla. been spending a week or so In Jackson Conn.; W. E. Wlllett and S. J. Owen, of

elI y and General Gossip In connection otherwise ordered. Reading notices on -Mr. Geo. B. Swift the coming mayorof ville. the East Coast line, guests of the Fort Surroundings.

with IndluB River and Lake Worth see- any page but the first, are five cents per Chicago, Is spending the winter at Oranges at Brantley and Tropic are Pierce hotel went to Indian River Inlet A visit of one of the ADVOCATE: staff
afternoon. In two hours
[dons daring pMt week. Brief mention of line each Insertion. Palm Beach. said to have received very little Injury fishing Monday
I Interesting Events from V.rlon* Farts during the freeze. they caught ninety-five shetpuhead aggregating to Sarno on Wednesday over the Flag-
THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE In the C W. B. Watson of Jacksonville Mr Willett who .
of the World I About People Ton Know pt baspoundo.( ler Railway, showed us that the above
i ADVOCATE block, Tltnsvllle, are the was In town Tuesday and Wednes -Mrs. John Carey and son, of Eau I. a veteran fisherman, hooked a large
I.nd People Ton Don't Know- Picked excellent hotel Is situated one of
clothiers Gallie have been of upon
leading on the East Coast of day. spending a couple tarpon, which broke his half-Inch line
1 up by Our Society Editor. Florida. Give them a trial. days In Jacksonville\ this week. and was lost. he most picturesque spot on Eau Gallie
Hotel Coquina, Ormond Beach, Is
river which I* an arm of the far-famed
-Mr. Robt. R. Gladwln who has been ,
ENGRAVING done getting quite lively, owing to the contin- ,
neatly at Anthony
Bros., Tltuavllle Fla. ued arrival of guests. spending a week or two In town with Use a Itlcjcle.WE Indian River. It adjoins the land of Mr.
.eY Yep his parents, has returned to Port Tampa. J. O. Walton on the west; la on high
-The pineapples at Banyan, although
IGppp You will find the nobblest line of men's badly frozen In the late freeze are saidto Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold : have a choice line of new and secondhand dry and well..draln..llanel, and I the views

shoes at the Eagle Clothing Store. be not all killed. divine service on Sunday next, the 24th bicycles on hand for sale-rheap.Don't commands must certainly be soon tobe
Inst., at Mvnltt\ at 10:30 a. m., and at send bicycle off when It
Hotel du Nil I I.
your appreciated. In a
WHERE to See list of hotels -Mr. J. E. returned to St
stop. on Ingraham Cocoa at 3 p. m. It .
needs repairing but bring to 1111.We
l our 4th and 7th pages. Augustine, from his trip to Palm Beach, In stock, sundries of all kinds good fishing bunting and boating nolglitorhtxMl -
-Mrs. Whlteley of Savannah Ga. keep ,
on Monday. and Is within a few miles of
hAS been In town since such as oil, graphite, etc
t Monday, visltlpa lAke: Washington lake noted for Its
TO L C. OLIVER: always leads In low priceson -General Walter C. Newberry Is one her sister Mrs. E. B. Wager. She will We will\ take pleasure In teaching! any line fishing.

building material. of the prominent guests of the Royal probably leave for,home to-morrow. lady how to ride a bicyclerr\ of Hotel du Nil Is the next stopping
AU.ADVERTISE WHo Polnclana Palm Beach. rhnrqt. Indian River Bicycle I'o: ., A.
.
/ south of Eau Gallie on the r'mgler
Tic WORK of all kinds done by Ray&: -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Trcutler'i new S. Thompson mgr. Tltusvllle Fla. place ,
hardware -Mr. J. Happeisett has been appointed dkllway, and hits accommodation for
Day merchants, Tltusvllle. residence at Eau Gallie, commands a fine
book-keeper and cashier at the Indian view of Eau Gallie river and the new about :MO!! guests, with all the latest Imirovoments. -

STOP at the City Barber Shop-white River hotel, lice Mr. L. B. Love, resigned.Mrs. bridge over that picturesque stream. Orange Hlosonn. As you cross the railway
) THE bridge over the Eau Gallie river, lll tur-
\ IN barbers. Razors honed. II. A. Bates and\ her daughter
1 -Mrs. Sidney Friend, of Patterson, rsque\ Sarno' hotel and cottages, with
RlVEks/i prominent residents of Philadelphia, N. J., who has been spending about five Orange blossoms and fine orRngCIIwere six acre of beautlfullv-lald-out ground
tlHDIAH FOR nice in all-wool underwear
/ anything were In town Monday and Tuesday.Mr. or six weeks with her friend, Mrs. Bar- some of the decorations on the surrounding them, and Its tennis,cricket,
We determinedto
secure close our out prices.all sizes this are Geo. M. Brittain, one of Fort hour, at Eau Gallie returned north to- table at Hotel du Ml, Sarno, at the croquet and quoit courts, will be observed

G Eagle season.Store. Plerce's wholesale fishermen, has been day. opening dinner, given by Mr. John on your right, going! south. You
DVO(4T9( y Clothing l: visiting his family In Jacksonville this -To-da111 the birth-day of George Green, Wednesday evening. They came would dowell t>> make a note of this, for
front Merrill's Island. We still have will trod Sarno both delightful and
FIXE watch, clock And jewelry repairing week. Washington, and Hotel Indian River\ you a
at:Anthony Bros. the jewelers.GET lot of green orange tree In Brevard healthful place to stop at, the writer of
Rockledge not
only gives a grand spread
-Mr. F. B. Heath late owner of the county notwithstanding the freeze. this notice having resided there for some i
but also beautiful
To find the live merchant of most a mattress made at the Indian River famous Dummitt orange grove, expectsto souvenir to-night menu card. a very years without any Illness. If you do

sties you have only to note those whose Palmetto Fibre Mattress Co., Titus- leave for his home In New York this The Pineapple Loss. not wish to atop| at the hotel, you ran r1 r1rent

ames are prominent In the advertising vllle. See ad. on our 3rd page. week. -Next Wednesday, the 27th Inst, a cottage that Is the acme of cotvenlnnre. -

olumns of the )Weal papers. -Mr. D. C. Andress has given up the being Ash Wednesday, service will be and board at Hotel dii Nil.
REMEMBER! Julius Kline has a large proprletol'llhlpl of the Travelers hotel, held at St. Gabriel1. Episcopal church at Capt. T. E. Richards, the noted pine-- It would\ be as well to state that Same

stock of fashionable shoes on hand, Jacksonville, and he wishes the ADVOCATE 10.30; on the morning of that day Arch- apple grower of Eden, wa In town Mon has a postoltice, which Is In charge ofa

cr: The ADVOCATE: may be had attlr which he will dispose of cheap for to make the announcement for the deacon B. F. Brown officiating.On day, and gave the ADVOCATE a pleasant gentleman of many year.' residence on

l bcreven': drug store and Mrs. Emma'aton'e cash. benefit of his many East Coast patrons.Mr. call. lie sold nearly all his pineapple. Indian River, and whose Intt'lfrltyan.1
stand another page will be found a let. plant were killed In the late freeze; but business habit. have never been questioned
[ news 5c. per copy. FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall A. S. Thompson, ,of the Indian ter on good roads, from Sam T. Neely, a* it also killed the rod spider, which -Mr. Chas. T. Veibeke. It also ha

-The ADVOCATE don't cost you three on J. A. Daughtry at Mr. Nolie's River Bicycle Works, at this place, paid Esq., assistant engineer of the road of had become rather troublesome among a telegraph office.

eats per week postage included. when old stand, Tltusville, Fla. Rockledge and Cocoa a visit this week rice, United States Department of Agriculture the pineapple, he thinks the, freeze was Hotel du Nil I Ii most comfortably and
aken by the year. where he disposed of fire wheels three Washington, D. C. Do not fall "a blessing in disguise" He expect to neatly furnished throughout anti Mr.

Piedmonts and two Sterlings. to read It have sufficient plant and suckers John Green the owner has spared no
-Mr. J. B. Conrad, of the Bond Lumer HIGHEST price paid for old gold and carefully. young ,
silver at Titusville. -Prof. W. O. White of Delaware : left to re-plant several acre He talks expense! to make "a home from home"
|] Co., Glenwood v>as in town on Anthont.Drol., "Mr. S. Hutchinson expects to leave,
University 0. who spending the win over the matter of his severe loss In a Jov. for' tourists. The hotel Is under tho
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rue
day. cruise down Indian River-
to-day on a
,
W. IL In town lal and by no mean dispirited way, and I* management of Mr. Verbeke which Is asufficient
Go TO L. C. Oliver, Tltusvllle for your ter at Capt. Sbarpe't, was stopping at several places en route to
-Mr. and Mrs. Tan 'Dorn. of New building material. He has made Monday, and gave our office ji pleasant Mr. W. Gordon will not at all discouraged. His orange trees guarantee that everyone who
I York, have been In town a day or so this prices meet the hard times. call. lie came up to attend to some lawbusiness Jupiter.Mr. Hutchinson G. In his yachtingtrip. accompany were not Injured by the freeze. The stop there will be well taken care of. sTUE

|week. In connection With his unlverslty. : captain( left for other parts of the state OPENING DINNER.

1 RIcou A Richard Is a new firm that Tix AND IRON WORK of all kinds done next day
the wholesale by A Titusville. Write them -Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Cooley, son and On Wednesday evening Messrs. John
|has started at Eden, in Ray Day
Miss Lizzie Altree who has been
who arrived In town last week Green and Chas. T. Yerbeke gave the
need daughter
'sh and business.Mr. when you anything in that line. A Wedding at Daytoiw,
oyster spending a couple of weeks In town as
are now snugly ensconced on board their opening dinner at Hotel du Nil, and *
J. O. Walton has been'lpendJnlt THE beautifier earth. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lan- fine naphtha launch which lies at the most excellent spread It was-calling
la couple of days at Eau Gallie this greatest on For ouette at their snug and cosy home In railway wharf awaiting the arrival of an On Wednesday the Oth Ins,, Mr. J. D. forth much praise from those who were
address '
|week, visiting friends. particulars, Mrs. Florence South Tltusvllle leaves, on Monday, for engineer to put the machinery IQ good Robertson, of Ashevllle N. C, and Mrs.S. iresont. The tables were nicely decor
Willard Seabreeze
Fla. 274 Sanford route to her home In Port Louisa Hull of Cedar Rapids were
.
en ,
i working order ere starting on a cruiseto sled with orange, orange blossom, etc.,
i Mrs. Lanonette, accompanied by her Tampa City Miss Altree's many friends various points down Indian River and married at the Palmetto House, at high from the place of Mr., Veibeke at Brantey .

i sister, Mid Altree, of Port Tampa City, A NEW shipment of overcoat just received are always pleased to see her In Tltusvllle. to Lake Worth and Biscayne Day. Mr. noon, by the Rev, Mr. Glbston, of De- ; and, notwithstanding the late freeze
were pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE at the Eagle Clothing Store. Land. There were about thirty friends festive and
Cooley Is a son of the well known Judge the tables wore a very !gay
[office on Tuesday.Mr. It will not cost. you a cent to try -Dr. Hall gave another of his lectures Cooley, of Michigan. present at the ceremony. The parlor appearance, being loaded down with all

and Mrs. Harry H. Flagler have one os.OySTERsFor. -Happy Homes-at the Opera house were beautifully decorated with palms, the good things obtainable from the)

(arrived In St Augustine from New York. on Monday night, but the attendancewas magnolia and yellow jessamine. The mal k"ta. The tIne pavilion, ground and
They are residing at "Kirkside" Mr. the finest and freshest slim. While some enjoyed his A Well Known lluutcr. bride wa becomingly attired In a tailor- bridge over Eau Gallie river were buauU-'
fish and oysters call at Smith's restaurant very made traveling of dark grey cloth. with Chinese
, |U M. Flagler' residence.We lecture, others did not approve of his gown fully lighted throughout )
railroad wharf, Tltusville. style thinking him too personal In his Mr. C. B. Cory, member of Canaveral After the congratulations I a handsomeluncheon lantern., lamps, etc., which gave It a
acknowledge, with thanks, receipt wa served. Mr. and Mrs. and all
club Chester Shoals is camping on the fairy-like appearance; and one
He lectured to ,
remarks. large
a
: of the catalogue of Ohio WesleyanUniversity A GOOD young mule four cows and at the Presbyterian church congregation on south fork of Middle river, near Biscayne Robertson left on the :2 o'clock train, for were more than pleased with what they

; Delaware, O. for 1803-4 wagon for sale--cheap. Anthony afternoon.Mrs. Say. He has a camping outfit composed Cuba, amidst a bower of rice and good saw at Sarno.
: l Sunday
om Prof. W. G. Williams. Bros., Tltusvllle Fla. : of five horses and wagons six tents, five wishes Among those who were present at the)

-Mr. Henry Anthony left here, Monday M. E. Gruber the organist and men and six dogs. Mr. Cory Is quite a dinner our representative noticed-Mr
i morning, for Georgians, where heexpects REMEMBER: that when you need any tin the other ladies of the Episcopal church hunter, and has killed several deer and A JUg Haul of Alligator John Green owner of Sarno; Mr. F. ,K.

to remain some time, attending or Iron work done at any point on In- choir, are quite proud of their new organ other game on his trip. Last season he Heath, New York; Mr. W I. Metcalf

I to things on Anthony Bros. land. dian River or Lake Worth Ray & Day ; and they did themselves justice In killed six bears, and now he I is after Messrs. McFarland, Barton and Rolf, and Miss May Metcalf, of Ohio Mr.J. .

' Tltusville are the ones to do it singing the anthems on Sunday morning panther. Mr. Cory and family have member of Harris' Nickel Plate Circus O. Walton, Tltusvllle; Mr. and Mrs.
-Mr. Thomas Pollard, representative and evening last We trust they will been i stopping at the Royal Polnclana who have been on a hunting trip of several Wm. Treutlor Eau Gallie; Mr. Tho )'..
of Baker A Holmes, Jacksonville, ha To LET, a fine brick store In the ADVO- continue the good work, as Mesdames during his absence hunting; weeks' duration, returned to town Hums, New York; Mr. and Mrs. R. W.
been in town a day or so this week at- CATE block, Titusville. Excellent location Gruber and Rhodes and Miss Alblne Eg- and left for Jacksonville Goode, Melbourne; Capt. and Mrs. John

[tending to business for his firm. Possession may be had at ger are quite an acquisition to the choir. yesterday Wednesday Tby have been having excellent Carey Eau Gallie; Mr. W. It. Dixon

Sir and of once. Apply to Robbins & Grahamor The Flagler Hallway lllght-of- kind of New Jersey; )fr. add Mrs. W. N. Munn.
t -- George Lady Errlngton, -Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Conner, of Trenton sport capturing all
I England, who have beeq on a tour C. II. Walton ADVOCATE office N. J.; and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Way.On gl&me. During their outing they secured Boston; Mr. F.. D. Oslln, Melbourne;

J through the United states, have been Titusville. Budd, of Chicago, who have been stopping thirty alligators-all sizes up to 12 ft, 4 Mr. W H. deacon, Eau Gallle; Mr.
Impending week the ensconced In their and Mrs. T. W. McCreary, Astabula, O.;
several at Royal at the Decker house for some In.,which were snugly
afternoon J. Men-
1'olnciana MONET. We want money to loan on first Monday Messrs. Mrs. Wade, bt Augustine; Mr*. John
the In-
Palm Beach weeks left here yesterday, for Palm winter quarter at the head of
Ten del, F. T. Budge and W. R. Sander left and Mr .
real estate mortgages. percent I. Hodgson Como, Canada; Mr. *
while. there McFarland the Indian
Beach to for a From dian River Mr.
stay say
--A letter from New York states that free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden here for Fort Pierce Eden and other Brock, Atlanta, Ga.; Mr. L. R. Ord, St
I Miss Kate Pritchard and Miss Hattie C. & Sanders, Titusville and West Palm tney expect to go to Biscayne Uay. place along the line, for the purpose of River section I I. a grand and country Augustine; Mr*. Nicholson Mr. and MM
and Dndd freeze
fine the they
Conner two
Messrs. are notwithstanding ,
I Jones have been enjoying themselves Beach, Florida. viewing and appraising the land requiredby J. H. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hodg
and have doubt it other visit before the
we no they to an
hope
,
I sportsmen 1. pay
immensely attending theatres, concerts the Jn St A. A K. Railway for son Mis Nicholson, Messrs. T. C. -Nic
,
the
will meet with success hunting In Is over-probably bringing
season
I and parties. Miss Jones I* a slater of IF are In need of a stylish hat or game their use as a right-of-way for the railroad. with them. Geo. F. Paddlson, M. F, Mount,
you Dade circus along
Mrs Wm. M. of this county. Dr. W. B. Graham accompaniedthem. hollOni
| Brown place. cap, give us a trial. We carry all I Iiodgson, J. F. Bergln, J. L. Harrison
-MIss Helen Ballantlne one of Som- shapes and blocks in stiff and Alpine -The Indian River hotel has changed They are expected home tomorrow W. H. II. Gleason, Eau Gallie;

I erville'. (N. J.) prominent society young hats. Yachting caps In all the latest bands, Mr. D. D. Matheson relinquishing (Saturday). Social Kvent. C, L. Lovelace, Jensen; Albert A. Ford

I ladies, has joined her parents at Sharpe, cloth. The Eagle Clothing Store In favor of Messrs. Duren & Feaster McCall South Carolina; C. II. Walton Tltusvllle

I for the purpose of spending the balance Tltusvllle, Fla. who have appointed Mr. Jno. P. The New Process Gasoline Store. On Friday last, Dr. and Mrs. W. S. and others.
of manager. Mr. McCall ha been the pro Mr. Green ha spent over $50,000 to
| the winter on Indian River. Miss I -'-- Graham gave a small, but enjoyable
I Ballantlne 1* always a welcome visitor to : NOTICE. Laundry No. 1, on Washington prietor of the Grand View hotel for some party to a few friends, who whiled away make Sarno .hat" I*. W* regret time)
| this section of Florida. avenue, Is now open. All washing time put, and he take possession of A good baker, the time with vocal and Instrumental will pot allow us to refer to this place at

sent there will be got up In good this hotel with good credential*-business A record breaker, music, etc, until the wee Ima' hours. greater length, but we would certainly
Miss Mary H. Ransom and Miss shape and work guaranteed satisfac and otherwise. In looking for A home maker, Refreshment were bountifully supplied, advise tourist to pay It a visit ere r.-
Louis Jones of Tltusvllle and Mill we wish the new 'Tie such a "taker," *
; tory. Polishing' a specialty. Family Improvement, manager and all returned to their home In a turning home.
ta: R Merrill, were in Rockledge on washing at reduced rates. febS-tf every success. The "New Process; happy state of mind over the evening'sentertainment The ADVOCATE acknowledge many
Saturday lat all returned to For sale right
They -The latest and neatest kodak away courtesies extended by Meurs. Green
town the same day, Miss Merrill remainIng snap By Itay A: Day.Tltu.5ilie and Verbeke.
and
SLOOP for Sale; new, dry seaworthy. for the use of wheelmen and others
here, u the guest of Miss Ransom, Just the boat for a cruising party of when on the road I* the"Komtl," which Florida
nntil: Monday, when she returned to her three or four. Model hull, 8x19, and will take twenty-five picture. When Buy It, A muticalt of no mean order was given Tree
brae: at Try It, Mrs J. E. Lanouette to ICoselaud Oranges and
and
Courtenay. decked over. A bargain for the next that number 1* taken the kodak I. sent by Mr. a
-Gen'l Pass. Agent G. D. Aekerly few days. Address Samuel Welch, back to the maker, who develop them And you wont deny it few friend of Mill Lizzie Altree. at their Not Frozen.
and It
last thoroughly
now: figure u an editor and publishes avery TitusvlUe, Fla. and forward more blank for future use. residence} night, WM
I neatly-gotten-np paper entitled The kodak 1* small and can be carriedIn Another Dig Catch of Fl.... enjoyed throughout Vocal and Instrumental Mr. Lawrence C. Moore of Chicago
to loan on first muslo wa largely Indulged In,
I Palm Mini- We now want money the pocket Mr., A. 8. Thompson I*
? It ls
Dally.
? Beach on real estate. Loans net the principal lady singers of the evening owner of an orange grove at Rowland
::astrated, and 1* certainly a> good ad- lenders mortgagee ten per cent free of all expenses. the agent for them here, the price being Senator M. S. Quay ha always eon- being Miss LUzle Altree Mrs., E. B. on the south side of Sebastian river, wa

Tertiaement for the East Coast Mr Interest paid seml-annnally. 13.50 each. Invaluable to cyclist tended that It was not necessary to go. to Wager, Mrs. J. E. LanouetU and fIll In town yesterday, accompanied by Mr.Andrew .

Aekerly! undoubtedly[ believe in adverting Absolute safety. Robbins A GrahamCo. -Dr. M. Soavielle, of Jacksonville, a Palm Beach or to certain famous place Lena Gardner. At the conclusion of the MeAdam Mr. Moore said the

has and his many years' experience .. Titusville, Fla. large owner of phosphate and other on the West Coast of the state to find entertainment, refreshment were largely frees had not affected his crop or the)
fully proved the great value of It land., and an old friend of Mr. and Mrs.J. the "finest fishing In the world," but partaken of. Among those tree, and he had been selling orange

,W*acknowledge: receipt of the following FOB SALE-New three-room cottage In O. Walton, was In town Tuesday and that for a paradise of that kind Indian were Capt. and Mrs. C. F. lecher right along. Among other, he had oUt

books from Prof. Mark W. Har8ton South Tltusvllle, with front and back Wednesday, paying totes on his Eat River Inlet was a* good as the best Mr. and Mr*. Geo. M. Robbins. Mr. andMrs. orange to Mr C. B. Knott of the Ponce. J

> chief of the Weather Bureau, porch;: brick foundation, due and Ore- Coast land The doctor 1* also Interested I One of our correspondent says that E. II. Wager, Mis Phillip, Miss de Leon, St Augustine; and the remainder
Washington, D. C. "Rainfall and snow place. Also lot, 80x00. Cost $&O. la the working of a gold mine In fishing parties to the Inlet are all the Lena Gardner, Mrs. Whlteley, and of his crop to Mr. Andrew 8.: Lee

; o' the United State: ; with annual seaonale *- For terms, address Samuel Welch, the United State, and showed. n* a very rage now with the guest of Mr. Tjlers'i Mewra. Cba Gardner, C. II. Walton I Hotel Indian River, Rockledg
monthly and other chart,?' and box W. Titusville, Fla. Photograph fine nugget of gold which he had taken Fort Pierce hotel. A party consisting of, and P. O. Walton. We have received a basket of the*
land. lie and two caught in orange, and the opinion of several who
import of the forwarded on request off the gave us an Invitation one lady gentlemen ,
the American Third Annual oftiSttate to lola him on his trip to that favored two hours, 3271b of sheephead. Mr. have tried them U, that they were not
; Association In the mountains the Rosecrans who 1 angler _Walton' Rapid Calking Machln, frozen, but were slightly touched. Thr
I >>rather Services." Also from Con- EIGHT CASE of ladies' and genU' shoe gold region coming 8. O. an expert .
C. M. of the have arrived at the store of Julius summer and we may accept It At pre- and ha tried many fishing grounds In M.OO, 110.00, and ,'15.00 each. In us. are a very (good ana sweet orange, and
i resident of Cooper, "Message" Kline Tltusville and he I* anxious seat the moanUta to eoveted with several thto state and elsewhere says Indian by nuny of the principal boat-bulkier many of them are attaebed to peea

t I' )re sor and the Mr.United State.have. Th our* for yet, to ell and examine them feet .f MOW, wMoh the. AimxuTE: do River laM I.I ahead ol tLoem all f. In t4* Nrth. See pamphlet aad teeth branch eel from the tee, wbMi< Air.
Cooper e all
Moor
mentol are
eeteU. says green.
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NOT IN MORTALS TO COMMAND SUCCESS, BUT WE'LL DO MORE-DESERVE IT.



'ol. :1O. 2STo. 3. r TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, FEB. 33, 1895.: : Price, 5c.



LOCAL NEWS Head This Column Carefully. Bishop Gray will preach In Key -Eau Gallle now has one of the finest A lllg Catch of Fish. 1IOTIX DU NIL, 8AUNO.

West about the 4th of March. bridges In Brevard county.Mr. .
Lnd Topics of General Interest. (tr Advertisements on this (first)
page[ are ten cents per line per week, and -Mr. Pierre Lorillard's present address and Mrs T. T. Wetmore have Charles Seymore, of New Haven, Grand Opening Dinner. Its Delightful
are continued from week to week unless is Sebastian, Indian River, Fla. been spending a week or so In Jackson Conn.; W. E. Willett and S. J. Owen, of

clot, and General Go.*lp In connection otherwise ordered. Reading notices on -Mr. Geo. B. Swift, the coming mayorof ville. the East Coast line, guests of the Fort Surroundings.

with Indian River and Lake Worth see any page/ but the first, are five cents per Chicago, Is spending the winter at -Oranges at Brantley and Tropic are Pierce hotel, went to Indian River Inlet A visit of one of the ADVOCATE staff
tianu dining pact week. Brief mention of line each Insertion. Palm Beach. said to have received very little Injury Inning Monday afternoon. In two hours
[interesting Events from Various FarU during the freeze. they caught ninety-five sheermhead, aggregating to Sarno, on Wednesday, over the Finger .
I of the World| About People Ton Know THE EAGLE CLOTHING: STORE, In the -C pt W. B. Watson, of Jacksonville 605 pound Mr. \\illett, who lUtlway, showed us that the above
ADVOCATE block, Titusville, are the was in town Tuesday and Wednes -Mrs. John Carey and son, of Eau Is a veteran fisherman, hooked a large
and People Ton Don't KnowPickedop leading clothiers on the East Coast of day. Gallle, have been spending a couple of tarpon, which broke his half-Inch line excellent hotel Is situated upon one of

I by Oar Society Editor. Florida. Give them a trial. days In Jacksonville this week. and was lost. the most picturesque spot on Eau Gallle
Hotel Ormond Beach is
Coquina, river which I Is an arm of the far-famed
-Mr. Robt. R. Gladwin who has been ,
ENOR"'VnIG done at getting quite lively, owing to the contin- ,
Bros., Titusville neatly, Fla. Anthony ued arrival of guests. spending a week or two In town with Use R IHcjclc.V Indian River. It adjoins the land of Mr.

DQYo1Ii his parents, has returned to Port Tampa.Archdeacon J, O. Walton on the west; Is on high
-The pineapples at Banyan, although
You will find the nobbiest line of men's B. F. Brown will hold and well-drained and the views
badly frozen In the late freeze, are said have a choice line of new and secondhand dry ,
shoes at the Eagle Clothing Store. to be not all killed. divine service on Sunday next, the 24th bicycles on hand for sale-fheap. commands must certainly be seen tobe
Inst., at Merritt at 10 JO a. m., and at Don't send bicycle off when It
your appreciated. Hotel du Nil U In arood
WHERE to stop. See list of hotels on -Mr. J. E. Ingraham returned to St. Cocoa at 3 p. m. needs but It to
repairing bring us.
4th and 7th Pafm Beach fishing hunting and boating neightorhood -
our pages. Augustine, from his trip to stock sundries of all kinds ,
We In
-Mrs. Whiteley of Savannah Ga. keep (
on Monday. and Is within a few miles of
has been In town since vlnltlpz such an oil, graphite\ etc.
Monday noted Its
lAke Washington lake for
U C. OLIVER always le ids in low prices -General Walter C. Newberry Is one her sister Sirs E. B. Wager. She will\ We will take pleasure In teaching any fine fishing.

on building material. of the prominent guests of the Royal probably leave forborne, to-morrow, lady how to ride a bicyclerrc ofthnrqt. ; Hotel tin Nil Is the next stopping
ALL WHo Poinciana, Palm Beach. Indian River lilcyrle t'o, A.
TIT, WORK of all kinds done by Ray.& -Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Treutler's new S. Thompson, mgr., Titusville, Fla. place south of Kim Gallle, on the tlitglorUllway
Day, hardware merchants, Titusville. -Mr. J. Happersett has been appoint residence at Eau Gallie, commands a fine and has accommodation for
fADVET1SEIN( I ed book-keeper and cashier at the Indian view of Eau Gallie river and the new about :.30/; guest, with all the latent Imp

STOP at the City Barber Shop-white River hotel, rice Mr. L. B. Love, resigned.Mrs. bridge! over that picturesque stream. Orange lllossonn. rovcments. As you croon the railway
The I barbers. Razors ridge over the Eau Gallle river, ptfturrmiue / -
honed.
I II. A. Bates anA her daughter, -Mrs. Sidney Friend, of Patterson, Karno's hotel and cottages, with

RaiJYO(4T prominent residents of Philadelphia, N. J., who has been spending about five Orange blossoms and fine orange six acres of boatitlfiillv-UUl-oiit grounds
INDIAN FOR anything nice in all-wool underwearsecure
We determinedto were in town Monday and Tuesday.Mr. or six weeks with her friend, Mrs. Bar- were some of the decorations on the surrounding them, and Its tennis, cricket,
our prices.
close out all sizes this are season. Geo. M. Brittain, one of FortPierce' hour, at Eau Gallle, returned north today tables at IIotel du Nil, Sarno, at the croquet and quoit courts, will\ be otmorv-

Eagle Clothing Store. wholesale fishermen, has been opening dinner, given by Mr. John ed on your right, going south. You
D DTo ( visiting his family In Jacksonville\ tail -To-dayls the birth-day of George! Green, Wednesday evening. They came would l dowell to make a note of this, for

Fin: watch, clock and jewelry repairingat week. Washington, and Hotel Indian! River from Menltt's Inland We still have you will\ find Sarno both a delightful and
Anthony Bros., the jewelers.GET itockleage not grand lipreadtonlght lots of green orange trees In Brevard healthful! place to stop at, the writer of i
only gives a
,
-Mr. F. E. Heath, late owner of the county, notwithstanding the freeze. his notice having resided there for some
but alito beautiful
find the live merchants of most a mattress made at the Indian River famous Dummitt orange grove, expectsto souvenir, menu card. a very years without any \Illness. If you du
hare to note those whose leave for his home in New York this wish to at the hotel can
Hies you only Palmetto Fibre Mattress Co., Tltusville. The IMncnnnlo Loss. not stop you
names are prominent in the advertising See ad. on our 3rd page./ week. -Next Wednesday, the 27th I nut., rent a cottage that Is the acme of cot.
olumns of the (peal papers. -Mr. D. C. Andress has given up the being Ash Wednesday! service will beheld venlenre and! board at Hotel du Nil.
REMEMBER: Julius Kline has a large proprietorship of the Travelers hotel, at St. Gabriel's Episcopal church at Capt. T. E. Richards, the noted pine- It would\ be as well to state that Sarno

stock of fashionable shoes on hand, Jacksonville, and he wishes! the ADVOCATE 10:30 on the morning of that day, Arch applo grower of Eden, was In town Monday has a postoflice, which Is In charge of

!r: The ADVOCATE may be had atDr. which he will dispose of cheap for to make the announcement for the deacon B. F. Brown officiating.On and gave the ADVOCATE a pleasant a 1 gentleman of many years' residence on
bcreven's drug store and Mrs. Emmaatone cash. benefit of his many East Coast patrons.Mr. call. lie said nearly all his pineapple Indian River, and whose Intt'lrltyanll
' stand 5c. another page will be found a letter plants were killed In the late freeze; but business habits have never been question
news per copy. FOR first class shoemaklng and repairingcall A. S. Thompson, ,of the Indian on good roads, from Sam. T. Neely, as It. also killed the rod spider, which\ ed-Mr. Chan. T, Veibcke. It also has

-The ADVOCATE don't cost you three on J. A. Daughtry at Mr. Nolie's River Bicycle Works, at this place, paid Esq., assistant engineer of the road office had become rather troublesome among a telegraph office.

cuts per week, postage included, when. old stand, Titnsville, Fla. Rockledge and Cocoa a visit this week, United States Department of Agriculture the pineapples, he thinks the freeze was Hotel ilu Nil Is most comfortably and
aken by the year. '* where he disposed of fire w heels-three Washington, D. C. Do not fall "a blessing 4n disguise." lie expects to neatly furnished throughout, ana Mr.

-Mr. J. B. Conrad, of the Bond Lum- HIGHEST price paid for old gold and Piedmonts and two Sterlings. to read It carefully. have sufficient young plants and suckers John Green, the owner, has spared no
In silver at Bros. Titusville. -Prof. Vf. G. White of Delaware : left to re-plant several semen lie talks expense to make It "a home from home"
!er Co., Glenwood, was town onuesday Anthony, "Mr. S. Hutchinson expects to leave, .
the of his loss in hotel Is under the
University 0. who spending the win- over matter sovere a joval for tourist The
,
cruise down Indian River-
to-day on a
,
Go TO L. C. Oliver, Titusville. for your ter at Capt. W. LL Sharpe', was In town stopping at several places en route to and by no means dispirited way, and Is management of Mr. Verbeke, which Is a f
-Mr. and Mrs. Van Dora, of New not at all discouraged. His trees sufficient that who
baa
building\ material. He, made Monday, and gave our office a pleasant Mr. W G. Gordon will orange guarantee everyone
Jupiter. accompany
York, have been In town a day or so this prices meet the hard times. call. He came up to attend to some law Mr. Hutchinson In his yachtingtrip. were not Injured by the freeze. The stops there will be well taken care of. a

week. business connection with his university. captain left for ,other parts of the state THE: orEtflilO DI31ER.' :

Rlcou & Richards Is a new firm that TIK AND IRON WORK of all kinds done next day
-Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Cooley, son and On Wednesday _evening Messrs. John
laB started at Eden, in the wholesale by Ray & Day TKusArllle. Write them
Miss Lizzie Altree who has been
who arrived In town last week Green and Cbas. T. Yertoke the
need daughter gave
ish and oyster business.Mr. when you anything In that line. A Wedding at Daytonu
spending a couple of weeks in town as
are now snugly ensconced on board their opening dinner at Hotel du Nil, and A
J. O. Walton has been spendinga THE beautifier earth. For the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lan- fine naphtha launch, which lies at the most excellent spread It was-calling
couple of days at Eau Gallie, this : greatest on ouette at their snug and cosy home In railway wharf awaiting the arrival of an On Wednesday the 6th Inst., Mr.J. D. forth much praise from those who were

week, visiting friends. Willard particulars Seabreeze, address Fla.Mrs. Florence !South Titusville, leaves, on Monday, for engineer to put the machinery in good Robertson of Asheville, N. <1, and Mrs.S. present. The tables were nicely decor-
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Sanford, en route to her home In Port working order, ere starIIno on a cruise Louisa hull, of Cedar Rapids, were it od with oranges, orange blossoms, eto.
her
-Mrs. Lanonette, accompanied by Tampa City Miss Altree's many friendsare to various points down Indian River and married at the Palmetto House, at high from the place of Mr. Verbeke at Brant-
sister, Miss Altree, of Port Tampa City, A NEW shipment of overcoats just re always pleased to see her in Titus to Lake Worth and Biscayne Bay. Mr. noon, by the Rev. Mr. (Huston, of De- ley; and, notwithstanding the late freeze.
were pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE ceived at the Eagle Clothing Store. ville. Land. There about friends
were thirty and
Cooley Is a son of the well known Judge he; table wore a very festive gay
office on Tuesday.Mr. It will not cost you a cent to try -Dr. Hall gave another of his lectures Cooley, of Michigan.A present at the ceremony. The parlorswere appearance, being loaded down with all

and Mrs. Harry H. Flagler have one os.OTsTEnaFor. Happy Homes-at the Opera house, beautifully decorated with palms, the good things obtainable from the

arrived in St. Augustine from New York. on Monday night, but the attendancewas magnolia and yellow joHsamlne. The mal kets. The tine pavilion, grounds and
the finest and freshest Well Known Hunter bride was becomingly attired in a tailor- ."
They are residing at "Kirkslde, Mr. slim. While some enjoyed his bridge[ over Eau Gallle river were beautifully
fish and oysters call at Smith's restaurant very made traveling of dark cloth.
II. M. Flagler's residence.We lecture, others did not approve of his gown grey lighted throughout with Chinaslanterns
with thanks railroad wharf, Titusville.\ I style, thinking him too personal In his Mr. C. B. Cory, member of Canaveralclub After the congratulations'* a handsomeluncheon lamps, etc., which gave it afalrlike
receipt -
acknowledge, served. Mr. and Mrs.
was and all
Chester Shoals Is the and one
remarks. He lectured to a large congregation camping on appearance;
of the catalogue of Ohio Wesleyan A GOOD young mule, four cows and I at the Presbyterian church on south fork of Middle river, near Biscayne Robertson left on the 2 o'clock train, for were more than pleased with what they

University, Delaware, O., for 1803-4, wagon for sale-cheap. AnthonyBros. Sunday afternoon.Mrs. Bay. lie has a camping outfit composedof Cuba, amidst a shower of rice and good saw at Sarno.Among

rom Prof. W. G. Williams ., Titusville, Fla. I five horses and wagons, six tents, five wishes. ____________ those who were present at the
-Mr. Henry Anthony left here, Monday I M. E. Gruber, the organist, and men and six dogs. Mr. Cory Is quite a dinner our representative noticed-Mr.
morning, for Georgians, where he REMEMBER, that when you need any tin the other ladles of the Episcopal church hunter, and has killed several deer and A Big Haul of Alligator. John Green, owner of Sarno; Mr. F. K.

expects to remain some time, attendingto or Iron work done at any point on Indian choir, are quite proud of their new organ other game on his trip. Last season he Heath, New York; )Ir. W I. Metcalf

things on Anthony Bros. land. River or Lake Worth, Ray & Day ; and they1 did themselves justice In killed six bears, and now he I la after Messrs. McFarland, Barton and Rolf, and Mill May Metcalf, of Ohio; Mr.J. .
Titusville, are the ones to do it. singing the anthems on Sunday morningand panther. Mrs. Cory and family have member of Harris' Nickel Plate Circus, O. Walton, TUusvllle; Mr. and Mr*.
-Mr. Thomas Pollard, representativeof evening last. We trust they will been stopping at the Royal Polnciana been of Wm. Treutler, Eau Gallle; Mr. Tho K.
who have on a hunting trip seVeeral
Baker A Holmes, Jacksonville, has To LET, a fine brick store In the ADVO continue the good work, as Mesdames during his absence hunting weeks' duration returned to town Hums, New York; )Ir. and Mrs It. W.
been In town a day or so this week, at- CATE block, Titusville. Excellent location : Gruber and Rhodes and Miss Albino Eg- and left, for Jacksonville Goode, )Melbourne Capt. and Mrs. John

tending to business for his firm. Possession may be had at ger( are quite an acquisition to the choir. Wednesday,They have been having excellent Carey Eau Gallle; Mr. W. It. Dixon\

--SIr George and Lady Errington, of once. Apply to Robbins & Grahamor I -Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Conner, of Trenton The Flakier Hallway Jllght-of- re.terday.sport capturing all kinds of New Jersey; Mr. arid Mrs. W. N. Munn.

England, who have beeq on a tour C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, N. J.; and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Way.On game. Duringtheiroutingthey secured Boston; Mr. E. D. Odin, Melbourne;

through the United states, have been Titusville. I Budd, of Chicago,; who have been stopping thirty alligators-all sizes up to 12 ft., 4 Mrs. W. II. Gleaon, Eau Gallle; Mr.

spending several weeks at the Royal at the Decker house for some afternoon Messrs. J. Men In., which were snugly ensconced In their and Mrs. T. W. McCreary, Astabula, 0.;
1'olnclana, Palm Beach..A MONET. We want money to loan on first weeks, left here yesterday, for Palm del Monday and W. 1C. Sanders left winter quarters at the head of the Indian I Mrs. Wade, St Augustine Mrs. John
F. T.
Budge
real estate mortgages. Teu percent Como Canada Mr. and Mr*.
Hodgson, ,
-. letter from New York states that free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden Beach, to stay for a while. From there here for Fort Pierce, Eden and other River. Mr. McFarland says the Indian Brock Atlanta Gs. Mr. L. R. Ord, SU
;
Miss Kate Pritchard and Miss Hattie C. & Sanders, Titusville and West Palm they expect to and go to Blscayne Bay.fine places along the line, for the purpose of River section I Is a grand country, Augustine; Mrs. Nicholson, Mr. and )Ira
Conner Bndd two the freeze and
Messrs. are notwithstanding they
Jones have been enjoying themselves Beach Florida. viewing and appraising the land required and Mrs. A. It. Hodg
and have doubt J. H. Smith, )lr,
we no they to It other visit bofore the
sportsmen, hope an
immensely, attending theatres, concertsand by the J., St. A. & 1. II. Railway for pay Miss Nicholson, Messrs. T. C. -Nic
son,
with in
will meet the
success hunting game season Is over-probably bringing
parties. Mis Jones is a sister ofMrs. their use as a right-of-way for the rail-
'.r are In need of a stylish hat or Geo. F Paddlson, M. F, Mount
you Dade county. circus along with them.
Wm. M. this road. Dr. W. 8. Graham accompaniedthem. hollOnl
Brown of place.
cap, give us a trial. We carry all Hodgson, J. F. Bergln, J. L. Harrison
-Mis* Helen Ballantlne, one of Som- shapes and blocks In stiff and Alpine -The Indian River hotel ha changed They are expected home tomorrow W. H. H. Gleaaon, Eau Gallle;

erville's (N. J.) prominent society young hats. Yachting caps In all the latest hands, Mr. D. B. Matheson relinquishingIn (Saturday). Social } vel1t.. C. L. Lovelace, Jensen Albert A. Ford

ladles, has joined her parent at Sharpes, cloth. The Eagle Clothing Store favor of Messrs. Duren A Feaster.McCali South Carolina; C. II. Walton, Tltus

for the purpose of spending the balanceof Titusville, Fla. who have appointed Mr. Jno. P. ,The New Process Gasoline Stove. On Friday last, Dr. and Mrs. W. S. vllle, and others.
Mr. McCall has been the
manager. pro Mr. Green ha spent over ttO.OOO to
the winter on Indian River. Mis ...0.- Graham gave a small, but enjoyable
No. 1 Washington prietor of the Grand View hotel for sometime make Sarno what It Is. We regret time)
Billautlne on
I* always a welcome visitor to NOTICE. Laundry party to a few friends, who whiled away]
this section of Florida. avenue, is now open. All washing past, and be take possession of. A good baker the time with vocal and instrumental will pot allow us to refer to this place at
will be In this hotel with good credentials-business A record breaker, but would certainly
good
sent there got up hours. greater length, we
sma'
until the
music etc.
wee
-Miss and Miss and otherwise.. In for A home maker
Ransom ,
Mary H. looking
shape and work guaranteed satisfac advise tourist to pay It a visit ere returning
,
Louise Jones, of Titusville and Miss Polishing' a specialty. Family Improvements, we wish the new manager 'Tis such a "taker," Refreshments were bountifully supplied, home.*
tory. their home In
and all returned to a
Oe R. Merrill, were In Rockledge on washing at reduced rates. feb8-tf every success. The "New Process; state of mind over the evening's The ADVOCATB acknowledge many
happy
Saturday last. They all returned to -The latest and neatest kodakfor For sale right away, courtesies extended by Mewr Green

town the same day, Miss Merrill remain- SLOOP for Sale; new, dry and seaworthy. the use of wheelmen snap and; others By Hay 4 Day.TltunlUe. entertainment. and Verbeke.lto .

tog: here a* the guest of Miss Ransom, Just the boat for a cruising party of when on the road Is the"KomW," which Florida. -
nail Monday, when she returned to her three or four. Model hull, 8x10, and will take twenty-five picture When Buy It, A muticaU of no mean order was given
lane at Courtenay. decked over. A bargain for the next that number Is taken the kodak I* sent Try It, by Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Lanouette, to a .elaud Orange ami Tree

Cen'l Pass. Agent G. D. Ackerly, few days. Address, Samuel Welch, back to the maker, who develop them And you wont deny It. few friends of Miss Lizzie Altree, at their Not Frozen.
DOW Tltusvllle. Fla. forward blanks for future residence last night,and It wa thorough.lyenjoed _
figures as an editor, and publishes avery and more use. Catch .
kodak 1 small and be carried Another of Fish. throughout. Vocal and Instrumental
neatly-gotten-np entitled The can
paper Mr. Lawrence C. Moore of Chicago
'' WE now want money. to loan on first music wa largely Indulged In, ,
rhe :
: Palm Beach It Is aemliastrated In the pocket. Mr. A. 8. Thompson Is
of at Itoseland.on
Loans net owner an orange grove .
real estate. of the
on the lady singers evenlni
: certainly mortgagee principal
and Is a good ad- the agent for them here, the price being the couth side of Sebastian river was
lenders ten per cent free of all expense Senator M. 8. Quay ha always contended being Miss Lizzie Altree, Mrs. K. B ,
: I
vc-t'sement Invaluable
t3Weach. to
for the East Coast Mr. cyclists.Dr.
Afkcrly *. Interest paid seml-annnally. that It was not necessary to go to Wager, Mrs. J. E. Lanouette and Miss In town yesterday, accompanied by Mr.Andrew .
: undoubtedly believes In adverjaeand Absolute safety Robbins Jt. Graham. M. Sonvtelle, of Jacksonville, a Palm Beach or to certain famous places Lena Gardner. At the conclusion of thentetalnment MeAdama. Mr. Moore said the
has his many years experience Co., Titusville, Fla. I large owner of phosphate and other on the West Coast of the state to fine refreshment were largely freeze bad not affected his crop or the
fully proved the great value of it. lands, and an old friend of Mr. and Mrs.J. the "finest fishing la the world," but partaken of. Among those present trees, and be had been selling orange

,W. acknowledge receipt of the following FOB SALE:-New three-room cottage In O. Walton was In town Tuesday and that for a paradise of that kind Indian were Capt and Mrs. C. Tf, FischerMr. right along. Among others, he had sold

t books from Prof. Mark W. liarrlpgton. South Tltusvllle, with front and back Wednesday, paying taxes on his East River Inlet W&l.* good as the beat.On and Mrs. Geo. M. Robbins, Mr. ana orange to Mr. C. B. Knott, of the Ponoe..
chief of the Weather Bureau, porch: brick foundation, floe and fire Coast lands. The doctor I* also Interested of our correspondent says that Mrs. K. B. Wager, Kiss Phillip, Kiss de Leon, St Augustine; and the remainder
%whlnrton D. C.: "Rainfall and snow place. Also lot, 50x90. Cost $850. In the working of a gold mine In fishing parties to the 4nlet are all the Lena Gardner, Mrs. Wbitele of his crop to Mr. Andrew S. Lee,

or the United State.; with annual, seacnale *- For terms, address Samuel Welch, the United States, and showed n* a very rage now with the guest of Mr.Tylers'i Messrs. Cbas. Gardner C. U. Walton Hotel Indian River, Rockledge.
monthly and other charts; dIe box 94 Titusville, Fla. Photographforwarded fine nugget of gold which he had taken Fort Pierce hotel. A party consisting of and P. G. Walton. We have received a basket of the**
th.land. He Invitation and two In orange, and the opinion of several who
import of the of on request off gave n* an one lady gentlemen caught
Third Annual Meeting
American State to loin him on his trip to that favored two hours, mUlL of aheephead. Mr have tried them Is, that they were not
Association of shoe In the mountain the who U _Walton's Rapid Calking Xfacala, frozen,but were slightly touched. Theyare
Weather Service." Also from Conrcssman EIOBT i: CASE of ladies' and gent gold region coming 8. G. Roaecrans, an expert angler
C. M. of the have arrived at the store of Julius summer,and we may accept It. At present and ha tried many fishing grounds In 13.00, 10.00, and tl .OO each. In use a very good and sweet orange, andmaay
1'Midentof the Cooper United, "Message State" The Kline, Tltusville, and he Is anxtous the mountain 1* coveted with several this state and elsewhere, says Indian by many of the principal bust-Sme hders of them are attached to greet

!, lessor and Mr. Cooper have oar f.r you to call and examine them feet .f MOW, wbieb the Aim ATC do Ittrer lalet U ahead of Utem all for In the North. bee pamphlet sad tali.menials branches eel from the tees, wbtoh Air.

ink for a&BM. before baying **wwb w not app selat. SeUfif. Moore says are all greca.'TIS .

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,' ... ; INDIAN RIPER ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 22, t$95. '.



rite Boils at Once tain whldfof Uncle Sit'/ieranti lit CHARACTER IN'WINDOW SHADM. Clyde Steamship: COIN
. the time baAing la Innocuous'desuetude -

and dispatches to the dettngnentby
Hood' Sarsaparilla Purlfle th.>
Health. an order to got up a draft
Blood and Restore
1
for the proclamation.This .

room the clerk from his tether

gy. He rises to the situation with alac t

rity. His first Inspiration is to turn out

a paper different from Its predeoeiwora. a
The nocond rresU the divine afflatus.

What on earth lOan he lay that has not
peen said

lie writes the word "whereas" and

lansos. In despair, at length he turns

for help to the classica-that is, he consults .

what Van Daren, Tyler and Fill- ev York Charleston and Florida Lim
more have said in past yean and makes ,

hat a groundwork for a draft. This r

embryo proclamation is then sent, d The magnificent Steamships of this Line area]
through the'chief clerk to the assistant
ecretaried. pointed to sail as follows : .

The first touch up the document re- Calling at Charleston,' S. C. Both Ways.

vires is the insertion of a lot of capital (AJfDAaD TI.II.I
t I's for deification which the clerk has OF WOMEN From New Tork. From JfVnBn
I (1'lerZV,E. K.) STEAMER Charleshn; vJ
forgotten in the throes of composition. Favorite Prescrip .... ... .
Monday, Jan. 28, at 3 00 p m.. rHEROKFK" Sunday, Feb M10,
I Mrs F. W. BtowMWilmot. Then an assistant secretary finding it who want to be made Wednesday, 80, at S no p m"YEatASSEF.. :Tuesday::: :: m u L
8. Dak. remiss in pious fervor proceeds to invert those who want to be Friday: Feb. 1, at Site: p raM :::AIO< : gl' N.Thureday:::: st 1A
.
3.00 SfMINOLE.IRHJt Sunday, it
Monty, 4, at p m :: n to
piety' with rod ink notes b builds ::: ::: 01S : :::Tueariay: ,
It
"0. T.Hood Co.,Lowell Muss marginal up, invigor Wednesday, e, at ate p m 14 st Ly,
Thus the word is followed Friday, 8, at 3 00 p m.C HEROKEE.Thnr. y, :a: 1{, red .,
About four year ago my wile wu troubled prayer by !!, and cures. Monday, II, at 3:00 p m::.: : YEMASSEE., :.Sunday, 1. .t 11s,
with east rheum. Although we tried nearly 'songs of praise," and "tribute of grattuda" young girls] just entering Wednesday, 13, at 3 00 p ro. .,ALtHINt'1N Tnesdav, :: L'' .t I#
got worse Instead of bettor and is bracketed after worship. So Friday, 15, at 3:00 p m.,,... SEMlNOI.E.Thur.day:: :: rl q
: mhr II ; for women who have 18, at 3 00 IRlKJt OIS. Sunday, 2{,
Monday
of her hands so that she could :: tl i i
long so faithfully has this servant of : t.C:: ; ; ; ,::.
hardly use thorn. Finally she eommenned to critical "change of Friday 22, at 3 00 ? Thurmlaj, e. tl ht,
use Hood'*Rorsaparllla and when one had taken the people discharged this self appointed MODI.1, II 2ft at 3.oo p m"... ALHOSt/l'IN.,,. .Sunday, Mar, ] N t#,
women expecting to be 21, at 3.00 .SEMINOLE.... ..Tueld..,, e
two bottles her hands were entirely healed and task that he is known In office r Wednesday, p m" n Ile,
she has not since been troubled In lleCembar. par- for mothers who
lien, my neck was covered with bolls of a lance as the "divine Invocator." t ;
Scrofulous Nature. Thres revised the draft proceeds to and exhausted ; for Philadelphia and Jacksonville Lines

There were sixteen of them at once and U soon some other grand mogul of the diplomatic who is ran down,
M they healed other would break out Mr greenroom who finds that now overworked. Weekly service between Jacksonville and Philadelphia, calling at Charleston g C .
rant freight Steamship*"OneIda" and"Bowden" are appointed to ail as folium
became covered with
neck finally ridges anHood'sCues
that the Deity has been duly attendedto disorders, diseases, and
mOM PHILADELPHIA. STFAMhHIP. FROM "ArK ()- TIt,
: something complimentary due the of women, "Favorite Saturday, January 20th..ONEIDA.. ..j. .II. ... Friday, Februarj
nation at large. So carets, in blue pencil is the only remedy Saturday, February 2nd.BOWDEN.. . . Friday, Fcbruair

cars I then commenced taking Hood's Sana insert "our prosperity and greatness that it can be guar Saturday, February 9th. ... O\EIDA.. . . Friday, February 1
partita,and after taking four bottles the boll ," the "labors of our people" or it doesn't benefit or Saturday, February 16th .. ..BOWDEN.. . . Friday, February J
had all healed and the soars hero disappeared "our marts of trade and traffic." the will l Saturday: February 29d..0NElDA. . .,. . Friday March]
I recommended flood* Sarsnnarllla to All suffering case, money
from any disorder of the blood" F. W. This tricolor draft is now handed .
BTOWELL.WIImot, South Dakota. around again and encounters an official
nothing likely] to be St. Johns liver Line.For .
ID rein. His lunch did
a new not
Hood's Pills act easily, yet pronpUy and agree "
efflcUntljr on UM liver and bowel 8kIIOCIETIE8. ''with him. He is in a penitent mood. good.

Seizing a pencil, he adds "that we hare Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points t
not been visited with swift punishment '
the St. Johns River.The
.
for "
ETC. our shortcomings. '
of the United States
Another handles the document and as the president's physi Elegant Iron ride-Wheel Steamers
Free and finds that it is too general, falls to identify
the year so he brings in a few .'OZTY OJ71CAPT. il v.J.aLE. : ,"

Accepted 1 Masons muter strokes in purple Indelible pot. tea cur. ConitlpMioa. W. A. SHAW,
looks alluding to the "deadly march of

pestilence "afflictive dispensation" Bill" has been captured In _, "]'rXt1fln'1L JDo33 A :TUTT,"

and "fury of the elements. CAPT. T. W. LUND, JR.
Indian A Tttuevine The document now seems to meet the
1)i' Secretary McDoo Inspected Ar appointed to. sail from Jacksonville, dally except Saturday at 3 JO p. m.,and from gu4:
Rifer requirements. It U sent to an engrossing -
Monroe .
Tuesday.How's dally except Sunday at :00 a.m.
Lodge, No.O clerk,'
dum artem," like a drug clerk making This 'SOUTH Read BOUND.down. SCHEDULE.] .. I[FORTH Rend tel'Opjl

Hold Its meeting the second and foarthfM top a prescription. There are rules to be Leave 8.30 p. m ........................Jscksoovf......................... e.rn, h.5,
day of each month, at the Court .. 3.15 ..Palatka. .
vine, MUDE'atTJ p.m.J. B. H.BUY governing observed, rules the Bank as inviolable of England.as A those certain Hundred Dollars reward ?H 8 4.30.00 p.a.a. m m m: :::::::::::::::::::::::..:.itt.Aator Francis.. : .:::::::::::::::::.::::::.:: Leave"" 8m ant ills,

Boo. W. k. cream colored gilt edged paper isnsed. of Catarrh that cannot be It 1.30... m. .......................,. Beresford........................... 12.A'n. .

_- An elaborately ornamental tit' Catarrh A Cure.CO. Toledo O. : .. too 8.30 a-m a. m: :::::::::::::::.:::::::.Blue....Banford.Springs...:::::::::::::::::::::::::. : Ifdt let
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. .Is flourished half way down the page in e25 a. m ......................... : Ills

Bemlnol Lodge,No.36, hold Its meeting at bId German capital script announcing the last 15, have known and be-F. .Enterprise..1.
years,
the Court house, the first four Thursday_.o. "A Proclamation by the President of the General Passenger and Jacksonvlj C
loft of each month at I o'clock p.m. United States." The original whereas honorable In all busi n.1.. H. CLVDE A.T.M, F.IKOSMOJIOBB,Ja.,rl*.Pas.Agt,
B. D. Oiioim C. L. HOB *, and financially able to 3 Bowling Green,Mew York 68 West Bay St.,JlCklODtllIt.TH&O. .'
C C. K. of E. A ft. has met with many vicissitudes during' obligations made by their .O.KOOEK: T.](.. Jico.L.HOWABD,Fla.Fr't Agt.,
the travels of the draft
:
-_ I Bowling Green,New York. Foot Hogan St,JacktomI
INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. Restored to its proper dignity, the Wholesale Druggists, A.3 COLE,General Passenger Agent, 'J.A.LESLIE,Superintendent,
chief difficulty BOW I. to disentangle the It2f If 6 Bowling Green New York (Foot Hogan St,jacktoiiTflli\
and Drill and at 4th the'fueiday Armory evening, over county In the Jan..yery uonth,a t many colored insertions which crawl Toledo ft; MARVIN O. Whole D. D. C. Minn, G. F, A.,., 12 South Delaware Avenue,Philadelphia.WM. .
I o'clock. like caterpillars all over the sheet By P. CLTDK A CO., General A tents,
Cure Is taken
A.T.I'II.uU&CaI'taLa. landing on his head squinting on the ,. upon the blood Internally and mu- IS So. Delaware Av.,PhUmdelrhUk. a Bowling Ore.,'.New T",t|

bias or thumping his guessing bump to of the system. Testimon

CHURCHES.KmCOPAL its: utmost the, engrossing clerk at last Price 75c. per bottle.

: CHURCH. turns IDTOUS out looking a highly document.respectable and deo- .. Savannah, Florida & Western Railiaj | "

i Be submit it to the chief clerk. I
Urvloes the lit and 3rd Sundays in each In Effect January .27, 1895.
at 11 a. m. and 7 JO p. m. Sunday scboo! ;Meanwhile be wait in nervous suspense PROVERBS.
montbs.." at 1 JO p. in n service:: a C lest h be returned with a request "Way-cross: Short; Line.
I p. ui. on Wednesdays. Litany every for another copy or be disfigured by the ladies nnOMph Repressed
Friday at 10 a. m. P......... .......
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Rev, B. F. BROWS Rector. Insertion, of more colored caterpillars Six J
-fr Through Fast Trains +
If the engrossed copy is approved itJls sarcastic Indian proverbs Express Daily,

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. ; taken to the White Bouse. The executive the columns of the Madras

Service every Babbathatlla.m and-top"mSabbath may or may not read It It's pretty patient the common peo The Savannah, Florida Western Railway is the direct and most popular I
school at i.30 a. m, Chriitlan I Kndeavor may be they give in their
meeting at 1:30 p. m., prayer meeting safe to say he does not, but he never to and from -
Wednesday at T All are cordlallylnvltedto I if ails I to sign it With the president's : ill1on to their feelings and

list. W. T. Yeats, Vaator. signature it returns to the state department in satire at the expense of rLOeJD- .
them. That the pow. ,

METHODIST CHURCH A lithograph'copy is struck off and oppress the weak is no new And Is the Only Through Car Line to all Principal Points
ftervtoe at Tltuirllle every fret and third history! of land and in
abroad minister ,
{ to our and con- any
/flabnath atlt p. m and In. m; Onteen, aeonndi 1
Sabbath at ll ;'. m.andT n. m( Mini, fourthBabbatb 'bnls.The expressed by the proverb, North, East and "West.
at 11 a. m. and T* p in| LaOrange, j original is filed in the "Book of little one" A "Jack in
ifourth Sabbath at a ui 1 meeting
p rayon every
Train
Thursday night at TltuivUle. at T JO o'clock. Credence," a somber venerable volume raised to power which for Waycrou Thoraaivllle Montgomery, New Orleans, NUIIC
W. H.8TIISM1VE11, is Louisville, Cincinnati and St. Louis leave Jacksonville and :30p.
exhaling an old time aroma from it* spoken of as "A wa at 8.20 a. m.
l..tor. yellow time stained pages, which preserves reigns for two days and a the West Trains leave for Macon Jacksonville, Atlanta, Chattanooga Nashville Cincinnati, Chicago i 1
at 820.
and
boaster who has failed in m., 0.30 p. m.
BAPTIST CHURCH. from the foundation of our glorious Trains for Savannah Charleston Richmond i r
PhiladelpW
Preaching every drat,teoond and fourth line republic the proclamation of all to "rub the arm of New York, leave Jacksonville 730: a. m., U:OS a.,m Washington. and 620 p., m. 1
,.daya.. lrayer Meeting every., Tuesday evening i our executive in exquisite script, for a proverb the meaning For time cards, maps, etc., call on local agents, or address
at 7 'el..k..l4enl. Friday evening
every not the
: the typewriter that cruel eleotrocutor appear on surface.
B. W.
at To clock. Biiuilay fkhool every Sunday at WREYN W DAVIDSON Gen. Pass. Ag't.,
.10 a, r. All are curdlall, Invited to attend.It of the epistolary art, has yet to desecrate the custom of roV>lng the Pass. Traffic Manager Savannah, Ga. JacksonviUe, I
A. OEIO... I.&or. ?
wrestler
the precious din of the state ar a a mode
CATHOLIC CHURCH. chives. on the victory gained. 5'I

Servlree at 10 a. m every Sunday, In hall ove Before seeking Its mausoleum, hO'WeT'ere is thus ironically told I
.Indian. River State Bauk. Children'*catechism a typewritten copy of the Thanksgiving others, not himself. The
..
at p. Rev.J, F,O'BOTLa.Rector. proclamation Is given out to the *bribes I*said to "wear t
press and the millions of reader think *.Thmiserly andmean

Y, M. C. A.ThemgularRondayafternoon. what a very pious, God fearing manx it contempt,and the proTo I'J
meetln the president-New York World. them are numerous.

Of the V. M. C. A. will lw held prayer every Hunda funeral pyre; wood is
afternoon at 3:30: p. m.. abe l'r b&erlao z-a..a. .. on the man who fear
church oIntll further
noUce. The Boston Transcript has heard of that is needed on the neces

u_ _. t an economical man Be is locksmith ;
and needing a sign he went to a sign who is ready to quarrel, a* JOe: y: PRI1TTI1TOOF
TIlE PROCL'AMATION.WORKING painter and got an estimate for letter of the lower order

tag Then he nailed two look to a Is, finds herself rebuked

board and asked tile painter to paint with the passing

UP SENTIMENTS' APPROPRIATE after them the word "mlth." The Phil woman retort by peak ALL KINDS. AT THE "ADVOCATE" OFFICE.

TO THANKSGIVING. adelpbla Ledger suggests, however that husband a* "better .
it would have been cheaper to have nsed ," and of the henpeck

A Kcwgh Draft Go** the Itomad aa4n.u only one lock and paid the painter for says he is "a woman'

t> AddlMmu 1m lake of AU C.1. an ".." Affected politeness is de

ore FlBklly Kngra Ml on Cream Cot ceremonial obeer-

...... GUt Edged .,.., tad .1..... I train went off." Two per )
by train. One
Borgne the name of a Louisiana said to
The concoction that time honttoc.ment lake is a French word meaning ubl ld : pray enfar.e"Aster

the Thanksgiving proolama of one eye" The name was applied to : you be pleased to go

lion, vbich sails forth annually M the the lake becauseof a wand,
Impromptu expression of the national said to have been soon in its water friend behind. When Pineapple, Orange and Lemon DI .

McnttT ', rellflou cntltn II the ;' into obsequiousness, it Land For Sale, Cheap.IjUTV.orl6" JACKSONVILLE STEAM U

error of the state departmentyear Every Were it not for the multitude of storks I mouth is' II not sweetened by

it It called upon to produce some* that throng to Egypt every winter Housekeepers i 80 agree of pineapple WORKS.
(thing new U that line, and its efforts to there would be no living in the country familiar with the cat as Eden" Lucie river, a few miles below a
Th monkey India tako 40 of which
for after inundation : being northeast *
say the awn in a different way, every frog appear quarter of northeast The above establishment I* n"dl
cat, and to the who quarter of
possible in most Incredible numbers. man section '
avoid if geW5
Rio verbatim oopyinj g his fault it II said "Ac 18, township M, south of 41 management. We positively
:of last year's letter. is one of the venerable & stable laid the other 40 Is the northeast east- our work equal to that of any D
are quarter
joke of the diplomatic greenroom.About At the discovery of America mala ." "The Indian on the i of southeast quarter of section 3 city
the first second week of November was grown by the Indian tribe from its crow township 38, south of range 41 east I
everybody knowing that the Patagonia to Hudson bay. In Mexico ,conning"This, which scheme give The above Und can be bought for 110 Gents' dotting Cleaned or Dyed.

day falls on the last Thursday of that and Peru its origin was attributed to and tefer to the will per acre. It U suitable for pineapple: Ladies Goods Cleaned or If lt
clever orange, lemon or Um
nth the chief clerk or some assist. the gods growing t
Dint man able to outwit Will be sold in Iota of 40 acres **'.. ,fl
secretary suggests that it is time to caah. for Dying Silks and Cleaning go-*
think about the "proclamation. Elisabeth. N. 1.. wa so called after under a tongue' fit Thin land till lOOn be worth f60 most delicate texture a Specialty 1
The chief clerk accordingly ran the Lady Elizabeth wife of Sir George double tongued or false per acre for price list. '

down the list of. drafting plerkj ascer Carteret tea,.pyupst. rifle office Apply; or to to Bobbin C. n. Walton A Graham ADVOCATE, TUu. MAINHARD BROS.. W '

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are prepared to meet all Competition of cither Jacksonville or Titusvillo. Write ua and see if we Mi not sell you: the



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We han now Mr C, p, Eacott In charge of our Tin and Iron Work Department, which Is a sufficient guarantee that yon will get (tone that yon want done.. Write n& aid see


.!.Y cSL, :E:11: : ? e TITUSIIZLLE FLOR.IDA.



in the that is leaded, and there -
papei
>professional Cards. 6KATINQ IN CHINA. A. FROSCHER
leads are therelore pat on the editorial THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE

.. ROBBim. WALTER: 8.OEABAM.JBINS Its Utility !. Carryt .a u.. ........ page to fool the people into believingthat Undertaker & Embalmer ,
A GRAHAM, Trade .f the CoMtry.: they are Important and to Induce TITVSVILLK. FLORIDA.A .
Skating Is business with the China- them to read them. full supply of Coffins Cases and Patented In t>,te United States Great Britain and!Canada.

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, man rather than a sport, for he contrives This should be labeled "A Joke."- Caskets on hand. Funerals attended If
to torn frown canal. into convenient Omaha World-Herald. desired. All orders promptly executed in Use by some of the( Principal Boat Builders in the. United States.
HOURIFrom 10 to 12 a. m., at reasonable
:E prices. Orders by telegram
highways for his merchandise as
and 2 to 4 p. m. or mall attended
promptly to.
A Lively lmact-tl .
they do In Holland and Denmark. Passengers
TUSTILLK 108.practla. :, Brerard Co., Florida. are carried ineledgechain. propelled A peripatetic phonograph exhibitorin TITUSVILI.E, FLORIDA.

lox, active Celestial skates Holland showed a lively imagination The Globe Gas Co. ----- ----- --- -- -- -- .
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In all the court*-etate and fed by an on Engine Philadelphia, --- --- - --- --- -----
and there is no more enjoyable way of recently. During his performance: '

id lal title facilities for examining and perfect- making a tour round the 17 miles of the machine was heard to say "Haiti"! Manufacturer of the moot rerrert, Reliable WE DELIVER
"
Money to Loan. wall which encircles the ancient city of in a load authoritative tone. "That and Kronnmlrel: launch Motor In the market.Ooe -if :1
Peking than in a sledge of this de crtp- said the exhibitor proudly, in response *every time and continue to ro. No crankto
turn to start
EORGK W. MORTON, tion. The canals afford facilities for locomotion to the question naturally put, "I. the BKNJ. W. JEROME.
which are not to be found in the voice of Napoleon Bonaparte giving an Belling Agent A Piano or Organ
St. horse, FU.
NOTARY PUBLIC, dirty streets, crowded as they are with order at the battle of Waterloo.- Catalogue and |price. on application.

wood," .' Canaveral, '. Florida. overworked humanity. Springfield Republican.
It is not likely that the Celestial will AT YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with compU.tew.tflt, subject
nveyanclng carefully executed. ever astonish the world with a. rinl Self Crimination I W H HARTLEY to approval after a trial In your own house. No money rrmilmt until you are

s, mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., to our Smarts or Sees, for they do not Raoul-I had a dog who attacked all thoroughly aatlxfled. Our prices are an low alt any house In the United States and
the rascals. our terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase anti pay for an instrument
aim of but
blank on hand. at great speed progression,
they are nevertheless fairly qualified His Friend What did yon do with Watchmaker & Jeweler The Celebrated CONOVER. ,

adepts in their way, and there"have been him The Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.
IXOR S. JONES, some efforts made to introduce ice yachts Raoul-I had to get rid of him. He rOSTOFFICK nVIUSHNO The Beautiful SCHUBf.RT.: I

out there, which would indeed be A. was everlastingly biting me.-Paris New Smyrna Florida. And KINGSBURY.

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. grand thing not only for sport, but for Revue Aneodotiqne. Vocallon, Aeollon Farrand & Votey CHICAGO COTTAGE:
-:():----
JSVILLE BREVARD CO., FLAunty the transport of goods at a time when -- ORGANS.
all traffic is practically as a standstill, John Wmlcy** Wife.
Watch & Jewelry Repairing a Specialty,
Braes and small Instruments Music and Docks. Write wilt\
,
us we save
; you
of Brevard .
Judge Mrs.Viselle
County. owing to the impassable condition of the John Wesley married widow,
wretched causeways which do duty in who grew tired of his restlessly ty Mall Orders Promptly Attendedto. money. I

OACLDEK, J. T. SAXDEM, China for highroads. There are over 70( laborious life and complained. He paid experience. Ulve me In a the trial.Elgin Seventeen and Waltham years Tito A. 13. Oell CO.,
miles of the Pei-Ho annually covered no attention and from complaint she
Notary.
watch factories. .
AULDE.Y A SANDERS, with Ice several feet thick bank to went on to jealousy, thence to fury. Ha JACKSONVILLE, ..FLORIDA.
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bank, extending from Tnng-Chan, the rebuked her sternly: "Do not any longer

A ATTORNEYS -LAW, port of Peking, to the month of the riv contend for mastery, for power, money 0 L ALEXANDER
I practice all tae Conn of the State er at Taku, in the gulf of Chili. Whata or praise. Be content to be a private, *# >f NORTH FLORIDA LEADS IN PRODUCING J J -
ride,and the C ul ted Bute Court,
noble race course this would form for insignificant person. Of what Importance
)i. Box S35. TITUSTILLE, FLA. our fen skaters I is your character to mankind If: THE FINEST NURSERY STOCKFor
#
Money to Loan. 11 Corner Drug Store.
It is not commonly known that the yon were buried just now or bad never .
capital of China is icebound for five lived what loss would it be to the ceaseof
OWELL TITUS the Whole South, and especially for the Gulf Coast
months out of the 13, or that the stolid God" She loft him, taking with her *
Titusvillo Florida. Country. New varieties that promise well and old varleUes thnt have proven
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. looking Chinese could ever be graceful a large number of his private papers, success, are Included In our lint which Rive you a chance to experiment for yourself .
skaters, yet both these facts are well establiahed. and he dismissed the subject by writingin or only plant tested varieties. We Lend, and offer the largest lid and
tic*In State sad Federal oourti. Landa The Chinese use a very inferior I his journal: "I-did not forsake her.I Drugs Medicines Etc most complete collection ever offered by any one Nursery of Peaohm, Japan Plums,
specialty. Attorney for Board of style of skate, of their own mann : did not dismiss her. I shall not call Japan Persimmon, Grapes, jigs, Mulberries Southern Apples, I' ar., Apricots,
ty CommlMlonen,and County Solicitor. facture=:a mere chunk of wood arrangedto her back. Prunes, Pecans, Walnut, Chestnuts Almond, Hardy Oranges and Lemons, ornamental
Box 8(. TITUSVILLE FLA tie on the shoe and shod with rather # Of all Kinds trees, vines shrnlm, etc., and last but not least, hoses, of which we have
75 varieties all out-door and most kind. Grafted and budded Our
broad strip of iron. There is no attempt rood For Thought. over (frown,
new Catalogue describing In detail kind! and variety of fruits and roses suitable
FREEMAN HALL at elegance of design or at any "How do you like my new dining Toilet Articles Etc every
Fine Stationery, for Southern planting, Is now ready and will be mailed free on application.
drink and be
thing approaching a spring fastening. room motto, 'Eat merry,
.
VTholmale and BvUll. POMONA WIIOI.KSAI.K NURftKKIKff.MACCLKNNY
"
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, A pair of "Acmes,when shown by the for tomorrow yon die asked the llaher Co., FLORIDA. W. I>. OltirFINO, Irop.

'SVILLE. FLORIDA. writer to some native students in the boarding house landlady of the old .
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Chinese capital, produced unbounded astonishment boarder."I THE Js Ss JOHNSON CO.
gooey for Fire and Accident Insur- and admiration by their think it very appropriate," he said Drugs

"'el.In the best and strongest com neatness and strength. On the other with a suggestive glance at the famine Manufacturers Facts Word Notice; !IA ,

hand the very cheapness and simplicity; before hlm.-DetroU Free Pray Patent Medicines,

of the common native made artiole ten NETTNG FISHING TACKLE Twines Etc,
ATSB: BAT, DAOB: COUSTY. Tall... ,
W. EVTAN to Dispatch.make skating generaL-Pittsburg "I propose," began the deliberate ok Hint to the Wise Is Sufficient. Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles
-): ALL KINDS <:-
U.. S. COMMISSIONER. _______ lawyer who called around to see young

Notary Public State at Large. THE INTELLIGENT HORSE.In widow on business, when his vlvacloni Nets and Seines Made to Order Kept constantly on hand at

.tnds Selected Conveyances made. client exclaimed, "I accept" They are DEVOTED EXCLUSIVELY TO REPAIRING
; Plain and Fancy Fishing Tackle, especially
the Cavalry Charge HI Owm Fury II J. B. Screven'sDIIUO
solicited. Address Dallas News.
respondence : now partner
Half the Battle.The for Florida Trade.
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, Thirty years' practical experience qualifies
Office, Ewan's LandIng. fiery spirit of the horse has been FOR HIS BRAVERY. Depot for Fishermen's Supplies the assertion that your watches 8TOKI
greatly subdued in servitude, but is not clocks and jewelry will be promptly and'
entirely conquered. The hunter and tire Bow Edward Prince of Weiss, Won the 121 South Street, skillfully repaired at living prices by the Also the latest Newspapers, Periodicals
EORGE W. ALLEN, charger, when in the excitement of the Title of Blank Frlnee. pr004-os Jlrvltimoro. Md. undersigned etc.

chase and battle, are far from being In the summer of the year 1846 Ed. Registered thousands of repaired
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW dummies on which their muter 'the channel watches since A. D. 1WVI, antI we still
mere ward III crossed English W H GLEASON & CO
rides. The judgment of a good hunter with 80,000 men to Invade France. At FRUIT VEGETABLESAND register: many prominent patron names, ,
which date back 23 These are
West, Florida.ill is oftentimes better than that of hll Crecy not far from the Seine, he was living testimonials of years mutual satisfaction ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASI S.

> practice In the United States town bred rider, who, by attempted met on the 26th of August by King as to skill. "Straws show which

State Courts. guidance, brings both to grief. Philip with 180000. way the winds blow." Beet reference TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED .
Ojun95
Honssay relates that wild horses meet While the French were coming on furnished
AND PERFECTED.
ing an equine friend in harness are in great disorder there wa a total I*! PRODUCE (c* W. C. C. BRANNINO,

R. B. L. WILLS, wont to gambol about as though inviting eclipse of the sun accompanied by a Tltusvllle, Flo. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RESURVEYS .
him again to freedom, and that If terrible storm, after which the sun came TAKEN INExchange

PHYSICIAN 4 SURGEON his driver tries forcing them away with out brightly, shining directly in the For Printing of all kinds done at the OBTAINED.
his whip they will crowd closer, bite faces of the French but on the backs of ADVOCATE office. Defective Homestead and Pre-Emptlon

tJSVILLE, FLORIDA. the traces and kick: the vehicle until the English. Entries Corrected and Perfected.
they bate released their captive brother. The first charge was made by IS,000 WHISKEYWANKLYN Claims adjusted before the Department
rice:-nutchlnsoa Avenue, near The Tyrolere in 1809, M' history tells, Genoese bowmen, who came forward --..- at Washington.

IndIan River hoteL took a number of Bavarian horses amused with a shoot, as though to scare the Correspondence solicited,

them in their service whereupon English. The latter, who had been ordered YD In EAU: GAUUE, FUA
they suddenly turned back to their old to lie flat on the earth now arose,
I I.W. LICHTY, ranks, and nothing would stop them. stepped forward a pace and let go their r-

The civil war furnished instances of: arrows so fast that they seemed like & GO .
John B. Stetson
this nature. University
blinding snow.
PHYSICIAN ,
AND
SURGEON
Dr. Romanes on the authority of Dr. The Genoese fled and the French king Jacksonville, Fla. : PorHealth

John Rae quotes an instance that occurred ordered them to be cat down, so that DeLnnd, Florida .
t Pierce .
Florida. several years ago. A Shetland they would not binder the rest of the

pony, when purchased, had never been army. Indian River Palmetto Fibre Academy.For both Art ft it School>. roller ad. Conwrratory Kornial School o(

shod. It was shod at once. Later In the meantime Edward the prince "".10. An luitltutioa of flnt ranh. ramify of

IIY ASPI WALL, I came to the blacksmith shop unattended i of Wales who was in command of one -M Mattress Co, *4- healed twenty by teacher learn, U ttaven hid by elegant elertriclty. Il'4and

e and unhaltered, and when driven away divliioBy was surrounded by French cold water bath*. Thoroughly: I e|e
returned again. The smith finally found knigbta/ who recognizing his rank de- Titusvillo, Florida.Our means so much more than gymne.intla.p.rtunt with Military l>rU fur of fhjrak... Library Culture ui
:EAL ESTATE A INSURANCE.' one shoe gone. He promptly'shod tho termined capture or kilt him. A message Mattresses are made from ft-ox. and See Tirfaiue. KeadltiK you.ga..m, with ail leading
foot when the pony stamped it a. few was sent to the king telling him ticking, filled with clear palmetto fibre, you imagine-serious periodical'* and dally and weekly papm.TlioroiiKbly .

lJ GALLIE times as if settling the shoe into better that the prince was hard pressed. and faced with superfine fibre made from fatal diseases result from labonk.......eimlpiied H..|"irtte chemical building for and....phjrilcal.10 and
FLORIDA. position and then, with a. happy little "It my son dead or hurt or on the the cabbage point. This fibre 1s made trimn ailments neglected. Art W'h/x.l., with artists of established reputation
t which In charge. Second.
bl Green's patented run eo.mlr
process, opene
neigh, trotted off home. earth felled he asked. makes It touch, curly and elastic It Don with Nature'sgreatest XI. I"'. Hend for catalogue, giving full laformalion e
of Ohio tails of a I play ,to
Professor Claypole "No the
sire wa reply
I J. KENNARD, ARCHITECT, will not break up, mat down nor JOHN F. PORSZ.., rreahsot.WLOUCLAS.
Toronto horse that was feeding beside a "Well then"said the king "returnto dusty, like moss or excelsior The fire gift-health.

ORLANDO, FLORIDA. stream over which its mistreat started them that sent yon and tell them to i will not draw dampee and get mustynor Ifyoearefetlhiire
on a foot plank. She fell In where the send no more,to me a* long as my son mildew this being an advantage in l el aorta,wtaEud
I rreipondenoe Invited from those de- water was deep. Instantly the animal is alive. I command them to suffer the a damp anti warm climate-always remaining c b.udaecvus(racially u,
I oj'f irtl.Uo work, combined with firstProfesslonal trotted up pat down his bead and seis: child to win hfa' sport for this day sweet and clean. The work. Brown's have eo appetitetad $3 SHOE '.THE alaT.
.{[teen service. ing her held her with his teeth until should be bis." manship Is guaranteed1' first-class In .oat work, FIT PO" KIN .
years experience (six In Flora bI.' U.aeeuk.
Beet help came. Even mole, that U generally Th* prince was Indeed in great every respectUralded laII.rell-- a. CORDOVAN'
I of reference to local and young double-stitched and :. ".' .. 1A1K1.L&8 CAlI.
tern thought to move only when clubbed At time he unhorsedand seams, biept lrugdnl.f
client one was Iron
apl2 oct28: danger. well tuffed top and bottom edida. which ie jd4" 4.3.V'IMEWUAIIWaIa
and then in the wrong direction is not struck to the ground, but one of his : .'.' lieu bit.' j .3.V
Double Mattrew,weight to'Dn,4-fttse *4 OHBlnl. POUCEJ SOLUe
A a. whit less.knowing.Lewlstcsi Journal Welsh knights. who carried the great MattMM, 1. e, to ....... ......./ .M: tie Uta.rare-beudt A few ho
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RUE P ELY, dragon standard,'-threw it o tor'him as special Blaee made la Order ceaMe tiom the.ery c ., tt{;
belay and stood it till tbe Call on or addreaa, Bitters ftm doee-cl

\L ESTATE, FIRE, LIFE AND The Kdttorlal ..... was forced back. upon enemy Box 142. L R. P. F UATTHCS TUusville Co.Ha. aertd. aid It'spleaiaal Ip,1t'r.LwDlcq.BoYslaIID.SHIQ..

ACCIDENT INSURANCE.aoury a J. a writes to find out why the Soon the tide of battle bad turned for to take. =ll2ea./lV

Public for the cute at Large. editorial page of a newspaper is always the English. Edward came down from gel Icgtp aHGOr- _"'"l,
I .*'crornutloo as to Government and 8tateXELBooL'fK. leaded. a. high bill overlooking the, field and Have you examined the Walton Rapid It Cures .YJ W '' .

FLA.A I To this question there are two answers look: his son In Ms arm and tired: him. Calking Machine It I. In use by Rose ._c: .,
I" Oliver the finest jaunch builders In Dyspeps4, Kidney ao4 LJverNeuralfU
: First, in the early days it was "Yon are 'my true son," he aid; : Over OM Mmiee Peeple wee*th.
customary to pay editors by the line "Right royally have yon acquitted your I vine Florida; the'; alo Newport Kerri News- teYena Shipbuilding, Jackson- Trouble, W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes

-- and to permit them to occupy 0.1110 elf and show yourself to be '.. sorersign. ?o. well as many of the best boatbulLd.r Constipation, Bad Blood All our.hoe*are equally satisfactory
.14'. Itntk .f I..... much space. The lead were consequently ." I In the north. Write for testimonials Malaria Ncrvotu aliments They, >!*.UM >.et ..!.. (e*the..ety.

we" Portly Pompus-Oh. Bridget pot in to prevent them from earning Young Edward on this occasion wore / ete., to J. O. Walton, TUIIsTill. Women' complain they Their equal weariac-e-<" beee ttoe are U.tyle eaarpimS'n4 at..
broken that magnificent Japa- a decent living hence the expression a suit of black armor, which so contractid ., rt&. Gel ealr the f enlae-tt hae creased red The prtcee are nelterai... l..p. ee lets.
'uetI BushvUle journal Man.ea the wiappir. An ethere ate mbetMeUe. fnm f i .ever ether .......
much favored by with, hU crimson and eorooal deele.gcauaid
so gold
rid t-Sure I Oe receipt twe Ie.etampe we If your supply jrmi we oa.bold bf
I l mom 1m' .t lucky ists. "Tbe poor editor. and the brilliantly fair complexion'of titr& .writes his best music night. will and eel W Tea BeeiUte Werld's .
riser, wee nothing ID US-Tam. been noticed fate VWwe sad k-4e.. CEO. B.
Second it has probably its round boyish face that be was called RUMPH
"'r The'character of the new Cur of Buasla ROWH CMIMICAL Ca .ALTIMORC. MO.
that it is oo/) the..most Important news IMSB that tine the Did Prince I - -
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE FEBRUARY ', 1895.


JAMES PBITCHABD, President; W. B. BAR ETT.
Vlce-rrtw|
-f DIAL( RIYER ADVOCATE 4- receive fair, or even liberal, com W. M. BBOWH,Cashier. ;


permit.pensatlon In, if this circumstances way a better class will SARNO.SO'J'EL RIVER STATE I

A WHHI.T JOCRHAt DITOTD TO TB1 I>*TWOr > : INDIAN
IHTOFTH IHDIAlIBI.1. A.. of service are likely to be secured, }BA4

... .WORTH IHTHOXS.EH but in times like the present every : ODTJIf N2S..,

body has got to lessen their expenses now open and fully equipped. Aooommodatloni for** neet*, and table equal to (Incorporated ender the Laws of the State of

and town, county and state the beet In the land. R.th..ot and cold water t'nbonndedtnpplv.f the porwt waterIn
the world. High rnranrt. Bli arrea of Mnootb grew lawn. U.n.bOllMl pavll on. Afternoon Authorized capital, $ip0,
tor .. ... .... ........ WAtT.. fl. 6.A.RA>l. governments should not be exceptlons eonC'@m. AmuMo i,cricket lawn Mnnln croq nrt, qnoltt. ete. 1BW"Ki'7 Paid capital ..
up
to the rule. young and old. BoatinRhnntlng,f h'ng,etc. Cottage oily to"lAbto tor sale: or to rent. $2 '
.Aeoolate-Edltor&: Manager,CBAS H.WaIRvn
Average deposits
$300
,:
s

Office Washington Avenue, Tltusville THE ROAD QUESTION. Transacts
Indian River, Florida. a General B Bail

:At a well attended meeting, heM Business

PUBLISHED EVERT FJIlD t'. in Orlando last week, for the purpose ,

of ascertaining whether the Largest and Odest! Bank on i I'
people of Orange county would :

Cheek etc.,may be made payable w "Orahmni!I bond for road purposes, it was DIRECTORJ..I'RITf'RARD. !,

*Walton publishers and proprtflor. found that a large majority of'' .W]i.it1. ,,",,1s,.
ftnWrlitlim.Twelr those bond of the National Hank of Ja k, N ",
present were against DrRft\.lc..J'r.dpnl.
\.t.o..,
month $1.80 ing. The reasons given by the opposition fackponvlll), W. 8. UHAHAH u.a t
BBOWB.
1.00
Six
similar those
JO were very to conBE"roxr>r>T'
Three"
which have been advanced in this Seaboard National Hank i: 'in.tort
Single copy. J Rational Bank of Jacknor lilt.
Strictly I* a neighborhoods which would not be 1 Irt iT SVILLE9 FLA.
The above ratMlnrluile the I'"ynt of pert:
act l by n. BnliwrrnUBns cuo cmmnence anytime so much benefited as others by the

during_ tin year.IHiwnntlnnaiMW building of the road, opposed it. I RDSTILING CARl.I I

of artrtu mint he made'ynaonally -I: Others seem to think that the THE FLORIDA

at thi.mce er tiy writing.MBMiirRA e scheme was being promoted by land y

: or .i sharks, and by banks. y { 4 1 r Made for Sandy Soil, Hating 3 inch Tread

1 They argued that the batik

THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, would take the bonds at a high Bltuat-d on the Kan Halite Hirer, alxnit a fourth of a mile from It* conllnpnce with the
ArnUAm WITH Tine Indian Hirer,about MIDWAY BETWEEN 8T.At'OUSTINK AM PALM BEACH. 1
I rate of interest and loan the
people
National Kilitorinl Aiioriation Rate for this season |2JW to IS.00 per day, potItomee a* well ai telegraph office In hotel.
their own money which they; Book through to Barno by Jacksonville St. Augustine &: Indian River Railroad.
'I had on deposit in the banks. It i Is CIIAS. T. TEKBEKE.

A1dre all enmiBDiflrnlnni to Che PropH safe to say that few if any, of the _-

toil. banks in Florida will be able to r
GRAHAM WALTON, I ,make any investments is ''bonds come out of our pockets ? much to nee good shell road also constructed -
I on the Inland, from Courtenay
There is the road
to
opposition
IKIMAK 'RIVER ADVOCATE, ': during the present year. Their! south to the mbuth of Banana river; but
deposits are certain to be much but it seems to us it comes from It U useless to talk about It at present.
Tinrsvitbl, F'iORIOA.IN ] an unwarranted quarter. We The people of Merrill's Island should .
tighter than at any time in the
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I should think If anybody were to not take a narrow view on this matter.
and will have all
this l fesae appears a 'very Interesting past,do they their they;. object to the road, it would be tbe They ought to look at the welfare of the
can to regular cusUniers.
carry whole county, and we are pleased to say
letter from the United the corporations, who pay taxes on FOR SALE BY -
It will be difflcmlt for many of them do, especially those who
State Department ,of Agrkulture diem to lend what the home merchants lands which would certainly not be own lands on the west.side, which will EDV'V.A..R.D TILING: :

on improvement of roads, furnished; will need to them benefited by the road for the next be benefited by the road. ,
carry over To try and prevent a great public improvement The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer.
which
us by Mr. Sam. T. Ueety, the times ten years to come-perhaps not fora ;
extremely stringent we because Is
not
one
.should be of Interest to personally GOGO.A. Xndlcin.: :
our bound to century. benefited of : : 'Vor, FLOEt.XDI
are pass through ">nex savors a dog-In-the-
readers. summer. As for large landowners Looking at this matter Impartially manger-policy; but after all, it is human

benefited the road that Is we should think the great nature to be selfish.
being by
THE: proprietor of the Hotel In. tbe strongest argument in favor of danger would be, if the ,corpora- I HARLAN HOTEL LAKE HELEN, Florida, +

dlan River at Euokledge, ,spays 81 the project. Where the C'oad.goes tions would fight the measure i In Lotus.Mrs. .

tax bill this year ,of $000. lIe hone through a large body of wild :land, the courts and in the legislature, I MISS S. KEMPE Proprietress.1 PROPRIETRESS N i

of those who might be expected owned by a corporation or an individual by an injunction or otherwise. Green will have some fine palm HOTEL, A.bury Park .

to fight e enhanced Perhaps when our people consider trees planted in her yard this week. IIARLAN HOTEL, Lake Helen, Volnsla county, Florida; 120 miles soul

but we do not believe he will. The in value, but who will or realize that they are only goingto Painters are now putting on the finishing Jacksonville; high plateau between St. Johns river and Atlantic ocean; plate
pay; and orange belt; healthful and delightful climate all conveniences table ud
opposition appears to come from for the P'Ehoeeo pay 25 per cent, or less, on the house. touches to Mrs. Green's new polntments excellent; pure rock well water. Terms; moderate. On; Jackw

those people 'htrolred of .wihom! own lands wfrioh are cost of construction of the Toad, St. Augustine & Indian River Railroad by way of New Smyrna; also Jackson'

do not pay as much taxes M the benefited should have their assess they will be enthusiastic on tire Our people are receiving seed beans Tampa Key West Railroad, connecting at Orange City Junction.
subject. Perhaps In spite of our almost dally, and are very busy re-
gentleman referred.. meats raised as soon as tbe road i Is planting.Tbe .

C constructed and they will tI ave topay explanation they will prevent the
project being carried out; if so, It yacht, Silver King, brings a large
.double the taxes in future.
Tux Flagler interests will crowd here almost
pay a every day, hunting
will be their own funeral Th
tax bill next year of about ADVOCATE has attempted to lay the
opposition to the road .project would undoubtedly be benefited by; The late freeie destroyed our young
facts before them and !have
does not come from ,that quarter, tbn-construction of the read. We we crops again, but we still plant if we do
but in instances from beliewe it would tend to increasethe performed our duty. not reap. All lias, and will, plant M 't
some people Our people have the power to soon as seed can be obtained. -ft C ,
the ,and >
of 1
property county, R st isw
.who have received hundred d
fully i 111 e1 it il i,
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build the road if wish to .do
times as much value and benefit t thus .add to our subscription .Its they Those wishing to see fresh orange d .,
and general patronage. For .this so. Where the power lies, there blooms, can call at Mr. C. H. Williams,
and their will
taxes
employment as also rests the responsibility. A which will show that our tree are not
,come to for tbe next ten ,years, reason .wa are right to assume .anyreasosable ; yet dead..
word to the wise is sometimes sulficlent.
additional burden In
This is a strong assertion, but :Jt The writer I Is very sorry the article appeared
will bear analysis. the way of taxation. Our plant In last week ADVOCATE, which ,lli
is assessed at a fair value ad we i he wrote regarding the loss of Mrs. Ram a tl r

pay our(taxes. We do not know AN IMPORTANT QUESTION. sey's trunk, and wishes to say that he
GEO. W. WILSON, the .Unite! that we will be more benefited than was a little hasty la the matter, as Capt.
States collector for Florida, ,has Bute has always been very accommodating
been sending out his income tax I many, other tax payers. Whatever ONE of tbe most important questions to the people at this place. HOTEL ROYAL POINCUNA,

blanks during the past week. We! promotes tthe welfare of any omraunity which our people are called

donot think they will ,bear much) er county, benefits the av upon to consider at this time h Pineapple Slips and Suckers. PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH.

fnuit in Brevard We .have f' rage Individual. The newspapers the price of agriculture laborers. Rates: $4 per day and upwards. NOW OP
county. Writ for ..
t lead and reflect.bisentiment prices on 1. Cayenne,
to
Are expected
lint .very few private individuals.: Heretofore wages have been much Abbaka, Jamaica Rlpley and Queen slips Accommodation for 1,000. HENRY W. MERRILL, Manage
whose income will exceed .$4,000,; and to aggitate more: higher In Southern Florida than and suckers to

butihe will probably be able to col :ken vigorously any matters of general anywhere else in the state. During E. C. B. TVNDALL,
interest to the people. Realizing Waveland Fla.
beet .from the few corporation s the rapid enhancement of valueof ,

enough to for clerical work our duty in this connection, land, and before the orange and
pay we have advocated a full and free vegetable was of sufficient For Sale.
stationery and but that crop
postage,
discussion of the road
will be about all. project. size to cause overproduction our
\ J>o will pay for the road ? We people felt able to pay from $1.25to A pineapple plantation of twenty ts.
claim that the acres, on Indian River dwelling and
corporations pay $1.50 for labor. Duringthe
a day
Wt last packing houses; two acres under
: repeat our suggestion irrigation -
half of all taxes which are paid in stagnation of business which for
vegetables. Enquire of '
week; If the people do not care 1 1'I fi
Ureraril There 120
county. are has prevailed throughout the whole CIIAS. II. HOWLAND,
to rote for l issue of in 1
an 4150,000
miles of railroad owned Mr. Waveland
by Fla.
nation for two or three years, sal ,
bonds for a shell road from one Flak r, subject to assessment this aries of all kinds have been reduced -
end of the to the other bow
county The fixes the
year. comptroller all the from 10 cent
way per For Sale.
would it do to bond for $50,000 for
value at $0,000 per mile, or $7,00- to even 50 per cent in some eases
good neighborhood roads Say a 000. The J. T. & K. W.
R'y company Negro laborers on farms in the interior The Schooner Veteran-Staunch well
shell road from Titusvillo to Minis ,
also pay a large tax bill on counties do not get more built, and commodious; sixteen tons

of about five miles ; one from Eau its road. Both the railroad com- than $1 per day ; in many of them burden; newly built, safe for any voyage,

Gallie to Melbourne ; one of 'ten panics as well as the Florida not over 75cts ; while in Leon, and a good sailor. Will take some good
miles on Merritt's Island from Indianola witch cows or range cattle la part
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Southern and the canal pay-
; company, Gadson and other counties of ment. Address,
south ; one from Fort and the Disstoa company, own Middle Florida, they only get 50cts OLIN HIHOOCK,
Fierce to Jensen Waveland and
or great bodies of wild lands, probably to; 30cts per day. We are aware Georgiana, Fla.
one from Hardeeville to Coqulna. THE HOTEL
more than four-fifths of all the cost of living is higher in South ORMOXD,

This would be available for the the lands in the eounty. Their Florida than in the northern portion I TITUSY ILLS WEATHER 1m- Accommodation O R M O N D.O N-T I I E-II A L 1r lZ
for
most thickly settled portions of lands are almost worthless, and of the state where poultry POHT. 300 guests. Rates, $.5 per day and upwards Special tatOT
week In
the If benefit April. Open until
county they a April 25th.
prove yet they are assessed regularly, and I butter and other farm No place In the South
eggs products The following Is offers such
,.and the bonds could be floatedat dIe taxes paid them. a comparative state Cottage Lots attractions for a Winter Home a. Om
upon are much cheaper, but property meat of temperature and rainfall for the at all prices. eDo
a fair rate of interest then it
From this brief summary it will week ending Wednesday Feb. 20th Not
owners and grove proprietors 09: Miss the Hammock Drive
would be an matter if the at Ormond.
easy appear that the corporations pay have suffered over-production for 1894. -1805.DATE .-,
people with to do so, to bond for half of all the taxes. The im. several years, and recently met MAX. MPT. MAX MIX. ANDERSON 4 PRICE, Manag

1100,000, one or .two years hence proved or occupied lands embrace with most disastrous losses by the H 84 60 55 33
and make the road continuous. 15 63 49 63
only a small strip along the 64
very freezes. feel that
great They they 16 50 35
this CO
Possibly suggestion meet 41
may river front. Tbe
with corporations own have got to economize in every 17 68 43 53 30
,unlvenal.upport. It is
certain quite mile after mUe, township after possible way, and the feeling isTystallzing 18 TO 57 64 88
the precinets which would township, in solid bodies, and in our all 10 78 60 73 51
be benefited have several votes to among growers *> 80 57
63
far 47
some eases as as twenty-Ice to along the river that they cannot
tbe measure through. Total rainfall for the week
carry thirty miles back from the river : 2.84lncbea.
afford
to more than $1
--- pay a day Departures from normal rainfall for the
and they pay taxes upon tkem. for labor in future-certainly not week : plus 1.87 inches. Departure

UnD times have came to stay When will these lands ever be until times improve. from normal rainfall since January 1st; y .. .fn tt tntq r
for a year, or perhaps longer. Private worth anything f Uow many ()four minus 1.52
inches.J.
individuals realize they will readers would care to accept E. LASOUKTTK

t have to economize as much as posI them as a gift and pay taxes on Blerrltt's Island Opposes the Observer.

I sible. Our town and Bounty au. them T Non resident property Road Project.

thorities should also make every owners pay at least 25 per cent of -

I dollar they have go as far as pos all taxes paid in Brevard county.If understand considerable opposition Your Attention *
i
sible. It is thought by many of then 75 per eeat of the cost I t. the road project has developed ontMritt's

jour citizens that the TitusrilleI and maintenance of tbe road is to Island. We anticipated more Is Drawn to Our Fine Stock of
or> lens antagonism from that
government is a little too expensive. : be t paid by the non-residents and for the people who lire oe the quarter lalaDdwoul4 i Goods -

We submit tbe matter for corporations, and people who will be able to utilise the road but Dry -_

I careful consideration by the town not use the road nearly as muchas little. Daniel Webster one I&ld. "no

I council. If there are any offices our home people, does it not road could run by every man's door eiept i
I the road to ruin. This Is true In Clothing Shoes Etc.
which are simply ornamental, or if seem a little short-sighted on the the p,..*... Instance. It Is a question ,
[ the salaries paid are too high, part of our boms-folks; would it whether the people will be) to I .

I there ought to be a little cutting not be well to pay 25 per cent of undertake the Increased burden of taxes GEO. B. RUMPH & CO.,

j down, for a time at least. We be. the: cost of constructing the road, which the cost of a road the whole THE
Jensen. Florida.
I lieve that all public offices should If the other 75 per cent does not length would of Involve.the county W* on would the west Uk aid .Accommodation for 400 Rates CORDOVA- ST. AUGUSTINE.
: M
C.
very E. COON .
per day
Manager and upwards per week, specLJC.

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RIVER ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY H. IfifiS.

.g.
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Awarded it baa more than held its own

Ijhest Honors-World'* Fair.DR. Some rare rose trees have been planted Complete Fertilizersfor '

In the rear of the south wing of the Florida Fruit
: Exchange.
hotel. Mr.
Sharp had ,
a hand.ome.lpe
cimen of the Crimson Rambler sent him potatoes, fruits, and all vegetables require (to secure the largest

on Friday, and he feels and best ,
quite confident yield quality) Aa
he will succeed In training It some Incorporate Horn AwooUtlon of I)range nrown for marketing! Florid Frelt to the test
up s tvanag.-Al TIItuRl7K1r rA-ITAI.. .1.i.TnorTtik.xihjuiK .
>
high trellis
.
IICfi work. At Least IO% 'Actual Potash.Results Write JInx fur pete Itst: and_terms.!: to fully prepare to snpply Mixes and paper on order.
The surf
on Friday, was a sight worth : ovrICRRa r-
traveling many miles to see; and the oao.AhnaRT R. : :. N'lf..i'' D' Onva,iwAr 1'kspreeident.' '
shell washed up during the week have of experiments prove this conclusively. ]How and UIRRTOR'-I.oR: ,Fattiest.Mgt.sniTrau. M. 1' Tt'R .
Alschaa
CREAM been rare. The boys at the hotel are why, is told in our pamphlets.They ,. JIt.M""I Pratt )ttlltnm" IIt.IY&1 emrnty ; John rahysn:tats; :rounty nnroty; Ay: t'rntehrr R. 0. 11111' ,'I w RralfuM+nge county;W; Onenleaf tie, R.' T:
selling a great many shell. Their speci ,holm moiety; A. llrad1, )umsat 4'0"nt11 r.o. a'nq.nn, C, Y. Hmyef. Marlua
alty seems to be to have sets of various are sent free. It will cost yen nothing to read thl'mllId they will tare you Juhns minty.vnmtyl M.C.; Rryan r. A, nn fpceota>ii>jr,'tout.rounty*!* ronntv; w. x,,Irving atantnn Knfc, rntnsm, folk' c.nroty: ; M. 8. )Ii.ftm.n, 'to
sizes eotmtjr
comprising, in several tease, more dollars. GERMAN KALI WORKS, Adds. sit ""' tn the Florida. trull :
BAlIINfiPOWi than 20 ai Nnui Slmt. New Vork. with full and shipping Isrtmnir, J..n.llle, 1a. . of a kind, from the smallest to -- ---- -------- ----------- packing Inntnictlonn, fnrnUhed on a\'l'II"&ll iletfimrT
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the largest to be found :
on the beach.
liver, so he said. small salary, 1 presnme the same con __ i
Mr. Robt, Sharp went to DeLand on dition exist In all schools
Mr. E. G. Vlvell returned public In the
on Monday
lft Thursday, to attend the Stetson recep from his trip north, (having left )Ir.. county as nt E.ll'n-at least, they should J.
tion.his sister lie r(>returned last Saturday with Vlvell In :New Orleans, where she will all be on the same footing. When application W. Y. Stelfox I
Flo, who has been visiting her remain until after the Mardi-grn festlvl- was made: for a teacher, the
MOST PERFECT MADE. ,
brother
Prof. Sharp The guests of the fI'II. were Informed that they would have" to

f ure Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free hotel are all anxious to have Miss Flo I !guarantee a bonus of $120: ns there was
) Alum back. They miss her face well !t. e..I1I. Richard Croker and Joe Von- not sufficient
n i Ammonia, or any other adulterant happy as school money to pay teachers 4 HARDWARE
A3 YEARS THE STANDARD. all her piano playing and Ringing. Although dig, of :New York:, who are stopping at for a term of seven months. In the } +-
there are other players In the Rixkledgr, were In town last iSaturday. division of county money for public, ,
house, there Is only one Flo. They had been over to Tropic, with school purpose, this school came In for

Excellent which place they and Mr. Dwyer han the fabulous sum of$150, to pay a teacher Eau o- 111e.
Canaveral. judgment Is shown by the taken quite an Inteiest. for morid-cu:
months'!
literary staff of the ADVOCATE In their seven woik. Of county

cuttings of the press In their various Willard Gorton and n. Paul Smith, no one could be obtained at any such Cook Stoves, Oil and Wood IIl'l\terll, Farming Tools/ l'ollltry Netting, Am- e
., number of the young people of this columns. Visitors to the In mall- dialogues and Impersonators of rel(>l. price and the patrons hid to guarantee munition, Tin 1'11I1 Tinware, Galvanized Sheet, nln.1 and Round Iron; HalvRnl-e.1
ce attended a dance at Lower Artesla Ing papers to their frl(> statei ', cities, are billed to appear at the casino the: $120 l In excess of their taxes to nay limit Material, Ropes and all loaf gums/ and cast note, faints, Linseed Olla, liar"
[Thursday evening of last week. need not fear the comparison of "the on the evening of March let next. the debt I of this wealthy conntv that Ct1; Finish, etc lalnn.1, : Knapsack Sprayers, .4.00.
pink paper of the East Coast" with the These gentlemen present an entertainment wants to build a hundred, thousand dollar
(res rs. F. N. IIItchcock and E. J. best weeklies of the north. The -\Dvo- of a very high character Among shell road. How dies this state afTalis Always pleased to quote prices, and corr..I'IllIlen'o solicited!,

itorlus have returned from Lake GATE Is never uninteresting even to their Impersonations are those of Henry make the resident taxpayer feel, who t Is
firth, after a stay of two months at strangers; but to residents of this section Irving:, Sarah Bernhardt, Booth, Janans- forced to godo ,n In his pocket and pay

tt place.t it Is the best paper they can circulate for bek, Ueecher, Talmage and others, In thllIt'f\'it'n"y\ to get, t'tlucatlonalluhan-
Is reported that our school will be- their own Interests. appropriate costume tages for his children, when he la alieailvptjlng BAKER & HOLMES Branch House
h In the course of a week with Miss all the tax that (mean stand!?
,
Among the arrivals at The Coronado I Your companies and absentee landowners
lha ard De nothing Bogory definite as teacher; but we have for the week ending Feb. 10th, I find the Hotel IMnzn Kocklodgo. do not hate these hard facts and ,

yetfills N. II. Carpenter party of four, Chicago; necessities to contend with. There Is a

last freeze did us up "brown." Mrs Mary S. Lewis, Chicago; Joseph S. We paid Rockledge a visit on Satur- maxim which says 'liejuat before generous I ARTHUR J. DOYLE Manager.
I was two degrees colder than that of Bailey, Esq. Mrs. Bailey and Miss Laura diy last, and was royally entertained ," and if there ever was a case where '
loember last, and froze water here for Bailey, Dubugue, Ia.; J, W. Henderson, Mr. S. II, Peck, owner of the above fine by It should be exemplified, It Is the one 1question.
[hour. The trees would have been C. Mores, T. Hopkins and L. Hopkins, hotel. Very little time had to look There should be something
we
[full bloom this week; but the leaves Lexington, Ky.; Gregor Menzel, Minneapolis carefully around, but a cursory glance done to remedy this condition. Jfo manobjects Warehouse Room on J., T, & K. W, and J., St. A. & 1.I R Railways
j.1 I what fruit was on the trees are dropg I Minn.; F. h. ./isler, Detroit, showed us that a good many guests were to being taxed to sustain public ,
fast The young growth is startt Rich; and A. C. Roddy, Atlanta, Ga. snugly Installed at this excellent!v-con- education Institutions, aRllf there Is _-.--
again on the south side of some of Mr. Menzel has secured rooms for a partyof ducted hostelry. The office and auditor not sufficient tax now collected to make TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

trees. Our farmers lost 25 acres ofe eight to follow, so Manager Sharp informs ium is an exceedingly cosy apartment, Brevard county public schools credit to ,
beans. This was the third crop lost me. with Its lofty ceilings: and ussell-car- her, why not attend to the securing of -

ne this season, the first being ruined The storm on Thursday night was dis ped floors; and It had In It one of those taxes sufficient to do so, and let these ;:M al&
the gale. There Is nothing to do but agreeable. About 1.30 a. m., and from large, old-fashioned English fireplaces, companies' and absentee land owners Hay Grain Feed Flour Grits ,I
I plant again, and hope that this nextu then until S a. m. the wind blew the rain around which were gathered a merry build a shell road, If they want one' s
will fare better. Now I hope will not be ashamed
fiercely) at Coronado Beach. After a throng, who were enjoying the warmth you to

jl( it Is necessary to run the county so time 1 the wind I veered to southeast and from the fire on that chilly morning. about publish the these facts after all this talk Cotton Seed Meal] Fertilizers and Crate Material] I
k'ply In debt that the present gener- the rain ceased. The thermometer, The dining-room Is Imposing, with Its county's wealth. It is no I
credit to her, and I
that such
will It which had registered as low 47 dur glittering silverware, sparkling glassware am sorry a
never see free better as
pon use : T..rmll Cash with order. Ask
state of affairs A1fttjifiiit for
such list.
II the. our price We deal
exclusively In
the snowy-looklne damask and old- ---- -- --
e money for something which will ing night, rose until it registered 68. the above line of
condition. goods them
; keep In stock at all times In Tltusvlllo\
fashioned, comfortable and will\ give
The the hotel straight-barked
at
nefit the residents
of the guests were delighted
county gen. prompt and careful attention to nil\ orders
klly rather than the favored ones on after the arrival of the dally mall to find chairs; and the view of the Indian River Yours truly, entrusted to us. Soliciting ;your patron
we beg to remain
age
\
W. R. HAROKE. Very respectfully
ie west shore of Indian River, who al. that their experience was so muck better therefrom, it charming one. Mr. Peck HAKLR A IIOLMbS. J
bdy have a railroad at their back doord than at other points. No snow has fallen Is also manager of that fine hotel, the .
good steamboat service at theirnt tt Coronado; and since my last communication Arlington, Potoskey, Mich., and Mrs. AGAINST A COUNTY nOAH. --- ------- -- -

door. To secure the right-of-way the thermometer has not been Peck is an exceedingly good helpmateto 1

r the road would probabl'IDvolve the below 37; and only for a brief time on her Jovial husband. Miss Ada Don- '
nally is the pleasant and AtKONA, FLA., Feb. 10, 05.Editort COCOA ICE WORKS
sty In a hundred or more law suits Wednesday night did It go as low as happylookingyoung
I say nothing of the money which woulJrequired that'Coming lady that handles the cash and Advocate:
books; and a dickey bird to ,
to the whispered
purchase rightof-way. events cast their shadows before It appears to us In this section that
us that she was making lots of friends
The water In the here c
river last L.NOW
Friday QooA F1Orid
[ them. If the variable weather of by her genial characteristics. The the ADVOCATE Is ever anxious to fastenan .
M as low sail was in the gale of Oct- Plaza
4)3. the past week Is only a shadow of the Is undoubtedly a additional debt on the county and a
pleasant
) place to
stop
dire calamitous weather predicted by at. There are also two other good consequent.Increase of taxes at this unfortunate :IN" OI'Is7I .1LTION.

that man, Hicks, and now further corroborated hotels at Rockledge-Hotel Indian River juncture, for the alleged purpose G. (n-. BPRHVGHBIt.:
For Rent, a Brick Store.o by that other prophet, the and the New Rockledge. of building a shell road, which ,
ground Hog, who came out of his holeon I would be of no use to either present or Manufacturer
the first, and "saw his shadow" and prospective settlers for years to come- -
you need a good brick store in an predicted six weeks' more cold weather. GOOD ROADS IN Dnl V AnD perchance'' never. Some have already
bm cellent position in town, and away Something must be done at once; the COUNTY. been Induced to pay unreasonably high ICE & DISTILLED WATER: :
wooden buildings If so, call on reputation of "Linda Florida" is at prices for wild lands through the gross
pbbins A Graham or C. II. Walton, stake. A committe must be appointed, exaggeration' of profits on pineapples, ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
VOCATE office Tltusville, Fla. and charges made against flicks for his Interesting Facts and Figures by and have learned that the only suretiling

meddling with the Interests of the com a Prominent Official. Is to have had taxes doubled Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freerers" and Water Coolers,
monwealth. Requisition papers must sometimes ouadrunled-before any remuneration
Artesia.Messrs. be made out by the governor: and then.as V. S. DEFT. OF AGRICULTURE. I from their expenditure of I
he (Hicks)-is brought Into the state, OFFICE or BOADIItqllHr: J JWABHINOTOX f capital and labor. Lake Worth Ice Works

he ought to be secured, and taken to the D. C., Feb. 16, '85. Since the late "disguised blessing," It ,
Sam and Lawrence Tuten evl- hole of the ground Hog, and put Inandlet seems as though It will be a long time
iotly believe in the old proverb, "If at the hole be sealed up. Editors Advocate : before there will be a harvest sufficientto PALM BEACH, FLA.,

ht you don't succeed, try, try, try Dear Sirs-I have at hand a ropy of pay our already exorbitant taxes,
pin," for they have now set out their which go we know not where. We know .
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the ADVOCATE, and am glad indeed to ---- -- ----------- -- --- ---
lid crop of beans, and are patiently Daytona.Bishop we have derived no benefits therefrom In
note the Interest taken In roads In Bre-
Biting for the next freeze-which we yard I this section
commend
county. especially
1 trust will not come. your stand In the matter. Great care Now, too, the man who sees no use HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
will visit the for a railroad commission to save producers
I Mr Will Irmes, of New York, who has Gray Daytona on should be taken to be absolutely certain from extortion gives notice tint
26th and hold confirmation services I in
.
that the roads too however
ten are expensive,
visiting Mr. and Mrs.Nicholas
King he will ask the legislature to bond the
the church.
Ir the past two weeks, leaves here to- Episcopal before the scheme of bonding the county Verily, It MANUFACTURED BY --
Torrow for Canaveral, to be the guest of We are delighted to say that Miss county is abandoned.I must be exceedingly pleasant to be In A
r. R. Benham for a few days. He exksses Elizabeth Wilder has fully recovered take this opportunity to quote from position to spend other people's
himself as being much pleased from her long and serious illness. Chas. C, McBride, vice-president of the A shell road-for carriages and money.tally Chapman & SudloWj
I the many kindnesses shown him by New Jersey State Road Improvement '_through a country that has four
band and
The concert In the
,
e residents of Artesla. supper Association, a passage on the Union
old mules (one dead to be to
-or ought
armory last week, was a success sociallyand county (N. J.) roads: ) ,
I forty miles. No slrt We In moodto South Jacksonville Florida.
Mr. Nicholas King returned from his financially. "In 1887, two years before the roads are no
arch for his boat last have our taxes Increased. If the land
Sunday night, were built the county tax rat$-not Including

Jter having gone all the way to OccanI Themallqueradeon5t.Valentlne.lnight was quite fully attended, and the school, township, or any other speculators want a shell and road prospective let them millionaires build, For and
,, where it was picked by Mr. Coll- pay Oranges Vegetables Pineapples.
up tax-was $000. In 11I! !, three
till late years
V. Mr. King left here to-day for Eau hour.dancing was kept up a very after the expenditure of $130,000 for for and enjoy It. There will not bo the ,

kllie in his schooner, the Lumber City, roads, It was $0.5l\>." slighest objection .
tore he is engaged in hauling the Mr. and Mrs. Stephen II. Burton, andMrs "In this connection, the following tableof A KICKER. -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:i---

pterial for Commodore Welsh's house, ,tit II. Burton, sr., of Cincinnati, are tax valuation is highly Interesting.It .
iiich is now in course of construction.We among the late arrivals at the Palmetto Is taken from the official returns of DEED blanks lOc each; $3.00 per 100, at Dealers In all kinds of Raw Material, such ai Sulp. Potash, Kalnlt, Cotton
House. tax assessors, and tells a story worth the ADVOCATE office Seed Heal, Nitrate of boda, etc., eto.
much regret the fact that our Hone ground and steamed In the factory In three different grips
Resent school teacher, Miss Luba De Mrs. Mary Hoag, of the Palmetto studying/ :
'gory, has been appointed to take House, entered into her rest at 4 o'clockon Real r.Ut renmnftl MaliMltles Total Store To Let. rr Send for Pamphlets and Prices.
large IKKH a :M,34T# o 4,nrr,. vi 7Mtill' 27, ui,MM _
of the new school at Canaveral Friday afternoon, February 15th. less 'i\ti"*.wn 4,1"1.711 M4.mil 27,!WIono -- ------ __ h _. __ _
|r she has made many friends here, and She was one of thofte rare characters who IMHO aelalea,4t7ata 1ItoI._ 1ItI,7tilNJoJ BKICK: stole to rent In the ADVOCATE
1 is to be regretted that we are to lose passed through life without an enemy or reel 27, 10\""' 47111,10.* ware V),9M<>,47o18W block. Fine location Apply at the
1 able and affable a teacher. We hope an unkind thought or deed. Her set- iM.S10.g70 4.,1170 W7.770 3ltWtl,4Ua ADVOCATE office Tltusville.
i U her efforts at Canaveral will be as thug in Daytona. In 1874 gave the town Note that theM roads were built In c.E. F. CLARK
1880. Now between an-d 1880
Vcessful as they were here. its first real start on the road to prosperity : 1888 you A Uargulii. E. ,
will see the Increase In real estate was
and she carries with her the loving
I The ;
St.
Valentine's party, notice of only 1200,030; before the roads
regrets of a whole community. She were Business lot 25 feet front Wash
rich on
appeared In a recent Issue of your will be laid by the side of her husbandand built Between 1889 and 1890 the Increase ington avenue, with tin north ofLonley J. Jacksonville.FURNITURE
shop :
per came off last and
night, was mosturedly was 1,512.225, after the roads .
In Grove Cin
< son Spring Cemetery it Kenker; can be had for $400.
a grand success. It was under were finished. Between 1800 and 1891
cinnati. To her sister, who was providentially This is else be
l e most able very cheap. Nothing can
management: of our worthy the Increase was $1,080,115 and between
here the last illness and ;
i''Khbor during had In same neighborhood at double the
Mr. Sam Tuten, and was held 1891 and 1802, $1,600,830; an average In-
I the to the rest of the family, the heart-felt price. and CARPETS.Wholesale
residence
of the aforesaid
gentle- crease for these of $1,400,001))
years
I in, who left sympathy of all our people are given. tf. ROBBIXS A; GBAIIAM Co.
no untried the Increase
means to pro- Now, as previous to 1888 .
'e for the comfort and entertainment was yearly not far from $200,000, Is'nt It

his guests. Our recent school teacher, Eau Gallie. clear that $1,140,000 yearly Increase was Sloop I"or Sale.
'\a, Luba De Bogory, was postmistress, due directly to the $350,000 spent for and Retail. --. ;
"j distributed the "mail.'' Much fun roads For sale, sloop Irene 40ftxl5ft;
"' merriment was derived from the About 40 miles of road were built at tonnage 18 27-100 In first-class condi
County Judge S. Jones was In town a ; We have made special effort this Fall to have Stock of Goods
suitable the
a for
unerous valentines distributed by her last week on legal business.Mr cost of over $8,000 per mile; these roads tion. New sails head-room In cabin.
the guests present Among those being paved to a great width and depthon Best party or trade boat of her size on East Coast liuyern.
r> Rosen Mr. Sam Misses his business affairs, left for St. August E. C. B. Waveland
,da Tuten county. TyndAlI or Capt. OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW
King and Miss Mary Tuten Muter ine last Saturday Hoping that you will obtain good Peter Nelson Titusvllle, Fla., where she
fun Tuten. of Artesla; Mr. and Mrs Mr. B. A. Class representing Pierre roads In Brevard county, I am, may be seen *tf
lJWrite what want and will
aUra, Mr. Nathan ns you we quote prices by return maLL
Penny, Misses Lorillard, was In town last week. Yours truly,
01) and Rose Penny Florence Wilson, 8.. ... T. XKELY,
!era McClare Messrs. W. E. Chandler Eau Gallie seems to be a Mecca for Ass't Engineer. Our Number Is 2O-22-24-26 West Bay Street.
Prstorions this winter, the latest arrival LAGER BEER .
and C. Schlief, Muter druggists _
'H Inty I Bendam of Canaveral; Miss being Mr. R. R. Whiting of Brooklyn. OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS. _u n __ _. _

De Bogory of Geneva, and Mr. Mr. T. A. Snider and party left on
,11 (rmee, of New York. Sunday morning for Hob Sound, !I. Recipe to Make It 25c.
their house-boat Buckeye. Mr. Snider EDEN, FLA., Feb. 10, 'OS. Lots in West Palm Beach I

will travel through India next winter Editor Advocate
Coronado L B. TOTTEX, Orlando Florida.B.A.R.G.A.XJSrS .
Beach. Mr. Geo. Wray, of Orlando, who has As the term for the public schools
.
been down the East Coast in the Interestof about to expire and the subscription Agent for the Lands in Dade County of \ >
and debilitated musical instruments list Is clrcu\ated\ Z -
1 n lutiful aged being to help the county

'116 were taken bunches to the of the hotel yellow this jeua-week left for ;New Smyrna Tuesday pay the thought the teachers their the meagre salary,. Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co.
occurs (to resident taxpayers
lathered by guests in the hammock The dredge-boat Sowane left for Jupiter I am offering bargain In !-

tlfeen the ocean and the river. on Tuesday, from which place 'ah* entertain) that If the the county idea of can building for a moment Furniture, '. Matting, 'Window Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.
In a few days She
will to Tampa
4PPlicatioo go
grad< for six; rooms were re- will not dredge Eau Galll creek. shell road that our educational institutions Shade, Mirrors, Eta Lake Worth Land Trust. Ner Land
at the hotel on Friday last; and should be placed on a financial basis Ricer Trust.
e outlook Is daily more encouraging. Mr. D. R. Hlbbard of Sturgis, Mich., that will relieve the patrons and those I also have a department devoted to :

sager Sharp is delighted that his spent a few days In town laat week looking who feel the necessity of their malntaln- Coffins aad Caskets. Mall orders will receive Zta1 :o Worth: Properties: t t
pee are realized so soon in making a for a location to bring his family ana of the painful necessity of going prompt attention. Satisfaction
e'er,: resort of Coronado Beach. <:err next winter. Our town seemed to please down la their pockets to make up a sum guaranteed. Lake Worth Afmt fee its u.......i Ia.d.a A GluM iMwaaM Co. .

: tn comparison with other places, bin more than any other place oo the necessary to secure a teacher oo a very KDWIX KEUtON. f Mlb .r.., FU., Notary Public, ALBERT W. ROBERT West Palm Beach, Fla.tNpJAN .






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FROM PLANTS. I slave.: The markef ""BO brisk thai Notice, Notice.CREntroRB ALlE REAR, ERE9Ttlr
LIGHT !
day, and the vitier brought only eightwnoe. taken d NEAR & TAYLOR]
The sultan hint eoiumnMMl that six months Leratees, distributee and .n
bought in this
at ALL date berenf will We my nnal account ., (claims or demands again (Successors to John Me Aiit: ""I
,
BE PURE FANCY .
ONCE BELIEVED TO price, and thereafter whenever the vizier M admtnlntratrt of the estate of HowardW. .estate of tf. T. Yohe. are required to

BUT NOW KNOWN AS REAL I became pompous the sultan had only to Maine with the Honorable Minor B. JonesC'minty present their claims to the nnderstened within Artesian Well
,' Jnrtffe of Mid county,: tr pray :"nr'3;; one year from the eiplratlon of this advertise Contract>
I mention 'elghtpenoe draw the figure final discharge from the ment.I.e. March 1st, !* or tbe same will be

"Irt+4 tad Bushes Which Prod. Wonderful I ;'8* in the air, when the pompons min _tete. : pleaded In bar of their demands.make All person imorM EAU GALL1E, ILk
:
MAINE to payment
CEAUA B. owing said estate are required
later
Immediately subsided
Lunlaoes Efroote-nom. Experiences This Oct. 18, 18M. Administratrix.octl at once to the undersigned.
i t J. BYKTR, TITUSYILLE BAKElf
.f NatorallsU. Different Part -M4m
& Graham. Administrator
Bobbins :
.f the ",..lei. RUSSIA'S ARISTOCRACY. A 4-inart
1 Att'ys forAdm't. Ja C. FISCHER, '. Propel[

One of the early naturalists Mme. It EmbnMWS a Million 110..1.....* a.dPrlBOMMM Notice.TO .

jMerian, I think describes an eitraordinar I Who AN IhopglrU. Notice of Intention to Apply for Gates Pies & Confectioiery a SptcJ

/ spectacle which she observed IntAlla. Russia possesses 050,000 noble without Mrs.B. T. Tohe and Orao Tohe and all Special Legislation.
other Interested In the state of B. T. All orders In our line
Her party WM moving through counting 850,000 whose titles are YO...,persons deceased I prompt]'
V foroit at night when without warning not hereditary. Among the Russian r attended to.
nobility sale of the that an
a large light appeared. At fine dim there are many of foreign origin. 'VHI.T, :: :Yohedeoea5d which N f.I made to'the Legislature o/the State '

It increased in size growing larger and The Russian social code recognizes four npon thefra'tor Is altuated 4th de February Berard county, A D ,150 florlda, said the tad of Florida day of April' the, ISO session,for the commencing passage of n a FOR -

larger until finally a tree waa outlined categories or estates (soslovia)-that I.to' was bid'In by I.J. Ryrer. the adminis bill to authorise County Commissioners atBrevard
and"a creditor of aw# estate. This Is, county to Issue bowls of the county for WINES and
.In a loft pulsating light say nobles, priests, town dwellers therefore,to admonish iron and all persons Interested the purpose of constructing good public roads SPIRIT
The natives were demoralized and re and peasants. The character of their In salil estate, to show cause before me throughout the county, In the same manner and
upon the 4th dav of Marsh A f IHBo, at the Probate under the same restrictions as Is now provided
:found to approach it saying it wu the employment distinguishes these classes HEART DISEASE
office ID fltnsvllle why said sale should by law for the Issue of bond for the erection of ## BEERS ]
baaed tree of fire. Bat the naturalist from one another. Each is dependenton not be conflrraed. I court bonnes and 'iails and tk" f ingSectioons *,

had little faith In trees of fire and in- the czar for all its privileges, and Flittnlar, No Appetite, Could Not MINOR .. JONES, I standing Indebtedness, as contained of
febb-marl County Judge Brevard Co. Ml to sd( Inclusive,of the Revised Statutes OIG ARB:
jrestlgated it, finding that the light waa the emperor has absolute power to Sleep, Wind 011 tomacll." Florida. ETCOF

due to certain Insects, which, by the change the condition of his subjects ROBERT SORROW: THE FINEST QUALITY

way has never been observed since from a high to a low estate None of 'Tor long time I bad a terrible Notice.In Senator Bth District. ,

That a tree or plant oould give light these classes possesses either' a bistorio1 pain at my heart, which flattered al Tltusvllle,Fla.,Jan.23,1856.an26.mar29 eo TO

was deemed figure of the imagination, a political or a social individuality anted not sleepI had I would no appetite be Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Lesley & Renake
it la known that The Russian compelled Sale..
yet today light Riving aristocracy deprivedof Sheriffs
to sit up in bed and belch gas Circuit of Fist-Ida in and fee Brevard I Families Supplied.
plants are not uncommon and among the political Importance, and it cannot from my stomach until I tb01lgbt.that. County :

most striking and remarkable of natural bout of such chivalrous qualities as disInguished every minute would be my last Jackunnrllle,Bt. AnrueMne &: "J sER and by virtue of a writ of execution (jyOur Lodgings and l.unf

phenomena. Once in returning from & the French nobles For the There was a feellln*. of oppression Indian Hirer Railway Co., I U Issued out of the County court of Brevard Will its Ready by Oct. 1. Situated
In hunt forest in > it lacks sufficient about heart and I Vs.Samuel f county, In a case therein depen'angwhere. side Washington ave.f between Jl
day's through a deep present good sense or my was afraid to Walker. J Id Charles Blum Is plaintiff and John Houston t
'the heart of the Adirondack region I education' to play any part In public draw a full breath. I could not sweep TO Samuel Walker and all other person In- and George C. Houston are defendants I have K. W, depot and ADVOCATE block.Grape .

stumbled against a dead limb of a tree life Russian aristocrats all desire to be a room without resting Mr h1ll- tented In or luring claims, upon north-half levied upon and and best will bidder sell for at public cash, in anrtton facet of to the the

when to my amazement I was at once considered as direct descendants of the band Induced me to try of the 32 nonhwent quarter, of,In section Brevard 2 shin south r.ni'l3ll'.t
nrronndcd by a silvery light that flew Boyars, merely because it is pleasant to Dr. Miles' Heart Cure Florida i hours Mondav of In sale March,the ,following A D 18DS.described during the propertyof legal( ,

in all directions, like darts and arrow be snob and thus get a position of so.cial 0(1 are hereby nntlflwl I to be and appear In the defendant, Oeonce C. Housttm.to-wlti
of fire each where It Their ambition and am happy to ay it lies cured y the Circuit Court of the Bate of Floridafor Begin lTdt-tOO chains south of the 1-4 pastes the
piece burning lay. superiority. goes no ; Brerard oount,. at the clerk's oflffce InTltnsTHIe west boundary of section 5. township 17-.uth. LATE ORANGES
This was an unusually brilliant display higher. The Boyars, like the feudal me. I now ban a splendid appetite i ,upon 'hell..t. Monday In MarchvA U range 87, In Urevard count. chafes: eo

bf ,the beet known of luminous plants, western landowners, are the descendants and marvelous.deep well" Its effect was truly above lets, t described. show what land Internet and to show you why hare a part la the of Indian north n rteit.30 thence mln.,east northwesterly It 16-100 along: :to the the

the "fox fire," or "witches' glow" of of the men who of old composed the It described In a petition filed by the complainant margin of said river to land owned by Clara B.
childhood Russian prince's The members MBS. HARRY K.STARR, PottsrUle, Pa. In this taupe In the clert'mice In Tltunvllleon McMillan; thence sooth TS deft.30 min.west IT We are-DOW booking orders adnml
dar"To army. Dr.Miles Heart Cure is sold the Ah day of January,A D lean, should*not chains to the secjfen line thence south 5IS 1W
the layman It is often mysterious (If the Russian aristocracy have In great rnarant that the flnt on a posltlv Iwneflt. be taken for the ute of the complainant a a chains to- the pint of beftlnoinn, contjinlnn for Fall and Winter Delivery, at reduce

ns Investigation shows nothing but the part retained their places at court, 10that Iawill AH drairglsu besent cell, preDaId Itat U.etbottwill for IS.or barred right-of-way In that for behalf.Its railroad;or else be forever M-100 acres, being In Brevard county, Fleslda., prices.
BOWMAN
onreceitofprice JAMES E.
decayed wood and sometimes a soft there can be encountered moot ofthe 6y the 1r. Mika Medical Co, led. Ordered the clerk's office' Tltusrllle, this

pulpy m.... The botanist will soon old historic names. Children of both 12th day of January,A D18W.A. I Kbbblns Att'yforrialntlr.&: Craham, feUiaiej1Notice. Sheriff. Our Stock Is of the Finest in Qullli)

point out the light giver in the mycelium sexes inherit the titles of their parents. A. STEWART:

of some fungus that has permeated The Russian aristocracy Is distinguishd Robbins A: Srahmm, Clerk Circuit Court : Write lop Prices and Decrijitiom|
OF Took for WC_ ; Seal Circuit1an18sari I .
JtiJ'"YJI.-Ia sot
C.-OUI. s *' s Compl't.
.!the old branch and fairly taken possession by overweening pride and hanghtiess [I' Court f W..W HAWKINS A SONS,

of it converting It into a glorious and at the same time there Is often -
In clear water, to which a drop or two In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial GEOROETOWN.FIAilD1BODGES : I
Spectacle when disturbed. The vivid united to this, in a bizarre contrast,
of white mucilage bate been added. Breward
Notice. Circuit off Florida, In and for
bell of the light may be estimated when a certain snobbishness. Access to the
Dry carefully pinned down on a pillow.
r
It is known that print can often be ready olrol61 of high society very difficult CountyJacksonville & GODFREI

It, and the light of some has boonknown It; is only possible to penetrate Into them Keeping Pae With the lem_ In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial India, River,Augustine Railway tot.,&: )I :

to penetrate through several If well born and well connected. The Patron (angrily)-Bring me some Circuit of :Florida, in and for Brevard I, T VS..I. } Manufacturers of
(}eO. Gosling
:
County
thicknesses of paper. Russians rarely abandon their titles beIng lancb. t
,TO Geo.T. L. Seating and an other penoa..lntereAted
Singular to say, the smallest plant Is too proud of them to quit them eufl1. Restaurant Walter But you've already JarkxonTllle Indian Hirer, St.Railway Angiwtlne Co.,A.: ( In o.having nlalm upon all that part

often the means of producing the greatest A marriage between a poor gentle- ordered a breakfast sir Va' } east of lot,lying 6 section south 32.of township a line drawn 8, south east,and range west 41 Yellow Pine Luintel
Halstead.
C. A.
luminous effects This is the diatom nan and a rich stranger, or vice versa Patron-Yes, but it was breakfast through aid: lot and 165 feet south of thesouthwest ,

'which the naturalists of the Challenger I. considered In this coon try as a shameful time th en.-Chicago*Record. I TO C. A.In Halstead or barrnn and claims aU other upon persons the- west-half Inter.eted house of H.earner H.,Stuart.of the' former dwelling Rebel DRESSED,

Sound floating in the-ocoan in vast nnm- mesalliance, and the couple would of the southwest quarter'of section 19. township notified to be and appear In Orange Bow H....,
BreTard hereby
are
bens, and as the nucleus of the diatomis not be received in the aristocratic salons The battle of the Moat was a conflict ,Florida 33 south l rang 40 east In county YOU e circuit court of the State of Florida for .....u Vegetable Cnt I

often brilliantly phosphorescent of! the capital Tolstoi newell as Prince before Medina between Mohammed and be In Brevard county, at the clerk's oftito In
some notified
are hereby to appear In MarchA D 111
the first Monday
: .df Tltusvllle, Lumber delrmred part of Inclan
upon
cf the most remarkable displays of light laschersky, director of the newspaper Abu Sedan It was so called because YOU e nircnlt Court of the t Floridafor 111III, to show what Interest you have In the oa throughout of lading.any Anyone cneuspbio'g I

Observed' by the naturalists were coca. Gradanln8, has give in bis novel very most of the fighting was done in the Tltusvtlle Brevard, the county lint,Monday M the clerk's March office A In UKM above described land,and toshow why a part oft building: on the East Coast, would l A>veil I
upon died the complain.antnthis .
..
described In s-petltion by d lJ
Sawmill ltuai
Atoned by these little exact and of Russian moat that Mohammed had dug; to ,to show what Interest you have In 'he.1Io..e write for prices. The
plants. Bat what graphio descriptions protect cans*in the clerk's office-In Titusvine ", T.&: K.W.By.,*miles south of Palstlu I
hall the city from the described land and to show why a part oft tbe mh we say to a sight observed by a high life. But with all their innate besiegersBodaw on
flied
the
described In a petition by not be taken for the uM..I ape complainant a Satsuma Ilights,Putnam CIJoFIL|
'Norwegian bark In the Russian have In this the clerk's office in Tltusvllle -
in
the bay of Fnnchnl? pride greatfolk never cause right-of-way tot its railroad; e* else be foasver
here looked work Thus Competition. on the mh day of January, A D IWC": barred In that behalf.
The
waters
are fairly alive with upon as degrading. should not be takendorthe use of the complainant
these little luminous plants the year It need be, they will adopt with ease Billboard competition rues pretty as a right-of-way for Its railroad' | or else be Ordered at the-olerk's office at Tltusville, this JIM. SANDERS;
A D 1M.
of ,
forever barred In that behalf. 24thuay January *
round, ancon the occasion referred to and without mauvaise honte any offices high nowadays in the metropolis. An A.A. STEWART !
office Tltusvflle this
Ordered at the clerk's at ,
.,a waterspout formed among them. During any public charges. There U at 8t Pe- owner of some down town property was 2th day of January,.*D IS*. RotiMns &: Graham, Clerk Circuit Court

the day It would have attracted lit- ersburx a prince who serve;in the custom awakened by the loud ringing of his A. A. STEW AIm Att'ys for Cempl't. I Seal Clrcuft 11 Deader In r

lie attention as the phenomenon is a house, and many nobles and titled doorbell recently Harlem Robblns A: Graham, Clerk Circuit Court fetunarl | Court I*

r 1ODImOll one, Vat the crew of the ship men become professors, schoolmasters, "Wbaten earth is that?" he exclaim Att'ys for Comyl't. I Seal Circuit IanlSmarl DRY GOODS NOTION
weft actors In cool at ed. "Is the house fire?"" I Court I
suddenly confronted at night; by a even a pastry shop on Notice. ,

literal pillar of fire or light that extend. Moscow[ some princesses of high blood "Somebody's dead," said his wife.

oil upward to a distance seemingly of serve behind the counter. Others will In! the meantime a servant was returnIng Theodore R. Davis, formerly one of 10 Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial A3TD

1,000 feet and moved along with a decided become governesses, companions bouseicepers from answering the bell!. he most prominent sketch artists and Circuit of Florida, la and for Brevard Choice Groceries

bond telegraph clerks-in fact, will "Please, sir, there's two gents downstairs magazine writer of this country Is County.!: ::

It emitted a pale yellow light that adopt any employment that may turn aa wishes to see yon"' said the dead.feCtos's. jMkaonvlMe St. Augustine 1

stood out in strong relief against the p.-Leisure Hour. girl"See Indian Sliver VS.Hallway. Co., I>. Hay, Corn, Mapes' Fertility]

Hack night a weird and formidable Ooodha '. Jo.... mew Why, it's 3 o'clock in the WINE OP CtR00t for female ........ Homer H. fituart and InglB I

spectacle, rushing on before the wind. morning." Stuart. J FLOUR
"Yes, dear said Mrs. Goodhart asshe business sir." TO Homer H.Stuart and Inglia: Stuart and 11IIro7' FINE PATENT
An English naturalist, wishing to astonish handed her husband his of coffee "Important they says The steamship Lahn, which sailed for other interested hi or having claims'
some natives in a wild part of cup "Well. I should think it would be, Europe Tuesday, carried $3,562,000 gold. Ufna ; and the qorth 16* feet of lot east, Ooooct. 37lorlcia.: |
Asia In which he was traveling and across the breakfast table, "I realize waking a man up this time' night section 32 township 31 wxuh, range 41 east,
that we simply must economize, and I'll have to go down Iluppoee. Dr. S. F. Smith the author of "My in.Brevari cowntr.- Florida.
impress them with his supernatural I'm willing to do I've thought \Ton are herefcy notified t* be and appeac in
Thee
:toowers, secured a certain vine known as my part. He quickly threw on some clothingand Country, 'Tls of was a college J. the circuit court;of the State of inundator COMPOUND OXYGEN
and rubbing it of one way of economizing already. went below. Two "gents' awaited classmate of Oliver Wendell Holmes. Brevard ommty, at the clerk's once-iTltovife.pr
Euphorbia phosphorea,
"Uow is that" asked Mr. Goodhart the first Monday In March, A'I
topon a big rock caused the latter to him in the hall III'JOt, to show what lot.'OIl have In the !
gleam with flame and present so remarkable "Well. I'll tell you. I have a good "I bog your pardon, sir, for knocking After the grip diphtheria, pneumonia above described land,and to above why a part oft ; Restores atrength, quiets tbe non,I
sewing machine and plenty of time, scarlet fever etc Hood's dbeeribed In petition filed by the complainant
a spectacle that the nativesran you up at this hour, but I want to make typhoid fever in this cauiierin the clerk office In TKus-: and expels disease. I
believing that he had set the rock and if you'll select the eloth I'll cut and you a proposition for billboards around iarsaparllla is ot wonderful benefit In ,,1II.oa the 24th day of January D la'J6,alraid Proof, tbe most coavincing U Ottldfree I
make you that new pair of trousers you the of Blank imparting the strength and vigor so not be taken for the use of tie complainant assnightofway to all who suffer. Call and set s
street
corner place
afire by simply touching it The nuturalist your on much desired.Hood's for its railroad; or else be forever hod
want my O'7n self and save-why, Henry or write for further information.
was aware till at the milky juice of while you are rebuilding. Name -your barred In that Iwhalf.
Goodhart what Is the matter with theater Ordered the-Clerk's office at Tltnsville.thls of 200 page sent free.
tickets
two
that resembled the dandelion figure., Including
this plant, yon? Mercy I The man Is going Into aAt I every night of the season." Pills for the liver and bowels, 24th day of January,A U 1MO. Home or office treatment Con.wlttlon |

' was brilliantly phosphorescent Here, Jane, bring some water I Go sir the other act easily, yet promptly and effectively. A. A. STEWART
"And began COgent
,
In the liars mountains there has been Robbins &: Graham, Clerk Circuit CksrtAtt'y ; free.Drs.
for the doctor 1 to
somebody Help me Palen
would like make Starkey & ,
haunted "my company to yon ,
known the ,
for ages a cave as for Cornpl" Seal Circuit l<
him and keep him from falling Neander the church historian wrote I
eavera. An Englishman traveling in support a proposition for the use of the walls feblasart I Court fc 1329 Arch Street, Philadelphia Pi
out of his chair. What can the matter for with the
that remain standing after the many years sane quill.
the vicinity and hearing of it, deter. It may
looks like
bet apoplexy There I He "
mined the After fire. Ivan the Terrible was food of torturIng Notice.In .
to Investigate mystery -

along climb he reached the cave No breathes? Henry easier dear and what has opened II it?"his eyes.ow "Fire" Fire! What are you talking animals and seeing their blood run. UNIVERSITY OF THE SW( |
The old
did darkness set in than about man was completely
sooner complete pear Circuit Court of the Seventh Judiof.U
"Nothing, nothing only
my a
the phantom of the cave appeared Donplu.ed."Why Circuit of Florida, in and for Brevard SEWANEE. TEN,
sudden faintness I'll get over it in a Now Is the Time.
remarkable your place caught fire about -
{ semblance to a human form CountyJaekaonvllle iTO
few' minutes, and I-I-was just Jok Under the ;; control of mu-
with outlined two hours ago, said the first "gent""And .St joint
arms outspread, against Augustine S:
Ing when I said that we had to begin 1s this time added benefit .udl&l1 River Ran 00., Southern Dioceses of the Protest* ]
"ihe gloom. Making his way to the fig gutted by The derived from a good med. Yb. w&7
economizing somewhere, only joking the second "gent""Of Iclne in early spring is undoubted but } Episcopal Church.
(ore that had alarmed so many way far James E Bowman sa admlo" \aehtdl
my dear.Detro. Free Press.Boadloea's the refusalfor people neglect taking until the inter, etc.5. W. 0. L. Situated half-way between
{era, he found that it was a plant that course you'll give me many proach of warmer weather when they ap Swab and Mazy ::'tr. and Chattanooga, on the Cumber-
billboards. Remember the two theater
the wall. It the well l7Ddlaeoerd Tomb. level *
grew upon was James Bowman, Plateau, 2,150 feet above sea
administrator
wilt like a tender flower in a hot sun as of the
known phosphorescent fungus, Rhlzo- Boadloea's tomb still remains undiscovered tickets! yelled the first "gent" as Something most be done to the estate of Joseph L. Swab and A. Barmr: healthful and filrturesque location.

Imoepha snbterranea, frequently foundin Mr. Read of the British museum the old man bolted for the stain.-Cor.Plttsburg blood, overcome that tired feeling purify; and aad and all to W.otherpersona(K&arger, U Interested Swab ad1 In lacy or having Swab, The work of the university continjj |

caves and familiar to miners. Its has bad the trench dug several Dispatch. give necessary strength. Vacation is claims upon the northwest quarter of the through the summer months. sod

light is often so vivid that people have Feet beyond the center of the tumulus earnestly longed for, but many weeks northwest east qu.rtor"quarter the of northwest section S,and the snath- long vacation Is given in the winter.
A of
read by it on Parliament hill without having found high calling perhaps months must elapse before rest loon 14 township n south, range quarter all east sec, in The Leak Term Begins March 14..1- .

These curious lights are not found in anything to show for whom that partic- Judge Hnlsberger spoke truth which can be Indulged. To Impart strength Bnvaid oowty,Florida The University offers courses of It

the tropics alone. Borne yean ago Mr. ular burying mound was raised So far is too often forgotten when he .said in and to give a feeling of health and vigor I the y '"rat''lewnoftedheetagodfFbni.Iaatr structioa In the following departmrt*
a speech at the high school that "thereis throughout the system there II nothing which all well and M
are equipped
(MomlL editor of the Gardiner (Me.) the net result of the county council'squest Brevard eoontv, at the clerk's owes Int
Journal wrote me that he had observed has been a leaden musket ball and not a teacher in the land that has a equal to Uoed'a Sarsaparilla. It seems Titusvnle'upon, the Cut Monday ta March,A U organised :
perfectly adapted to overcome that 111II" 0 show what interest have In IIIDI
function than has the lowest prostration you the
a brilliant steady light in his garden et some chips of china, but both of these higher caused by change ot climate above d.rlbettaDd,and to show why a part of ACADEMIC THEOLOGICAL
teacher in the lowest class of the primary season It described to petition filed CAL LAW ENGINEERING.
I the muVhlaln- ,
:times totally unaccounted for by me modern There indications by ,
are jetsam. are or life,and while It tones and sustains ant In thla cause la the clerk's offloe In Ttltufc ""
P.
school have souls before ?
They them
and which upon though that a portion of the the system it purifies and renovates vllle oo the first day of February A less A special business course ID
'investigation, proved to be the phoshoresoent ground was disturbed about a century and the faculties of those active, restless the blood should not be taken for the use of the' o:., = I and Economy is provided for ,Iud'l" i
light emitted by the souls have all to be called forth." ant forever u a dght-of-ray fur Itil railroad; or sire be not intending to study for a degree
> young ago. barred 10 that bebalf. WT
In these few fitting words embracedthe Sewanee Grammar School preparelfor
tot the plant Tianus stydtiens. For the rest the soil remains emit are Ordered at the clerk'.olllco at Titu vile, tlllI i
this Unlersitlt'l
whole scope and possibilities of education Suet day of February A D lets. and for other "J
Perhaps the most startling exhibition was In the beginning heaped u .. '
up I The .. Choir. for bUlln.... For special parai'Dlet I
and make the A.
[was observed several years ago by anEnglish there is no doubt was the case, for the they primaryteacher's A. STEWART, further
Graham information
calling in point of dignity and The finest choir in the world is that Bobbins 4: Clerk Circuit Court addressB.
traveler In Borneo. Belated he
purpose of interring some distinguish of 8t Peter's in Rome known Att'yn for Com"I' I LAWTON WIGGINS, M. A..
thepope'
responsibility the of vocation as seal ('lrealS
overtaken by night, and there be- personage. It is not uncommon |i iseems peer any feb-uarl I Coon I Teas I
that mankind. choir. There is not a female I. VIce-Chancellor Sewante
concerns Philadelphia
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eu no moon he was fearful of losing even in undisturbed "barrows,* Record voice in it, and yet the most difficult oratorios Or Rev. F. C. Bayliss, Titusvilfcf. Fl-\

way when, aa the darkness came to draw a blank for the rain and the and sacred music... --
renderedin
singular lights appeared here and I slow processes of nature completely destroy Color sad Wanatk. such a manner as to make run Eviairr. TUB,..oBaiEa.F.B. .:
'here In the bushes the roadside.Some one think: FREE TO OUR KEAIEBSiThe
and by I all vestiges of human remains thv
The color of one's clothing hu considerable that Adll1lna Patti Is leading. The choir EVERETT :
were yellow; others burned or may have been buried in them.-Loo. ,& CO. '
to do with one's comfort in II composed of 00 boy. They are train- ADvOC4u-u an *
med with hue. l to
to a bright greenish don present
Telegraph rammer or winter. When exposed to the ed for the work from the
time
they get + + FORT PIERCE I readers
As it grew darker the blue of light Increased FLORID + + who call for same
A Cold Weatfce Yell. sunlight white, it is said receives 100 control of their vocal cords, and some *
and the traveler
amaaed, to find finally that he was passing was A cold weather veil that It a good degrees F.; pale straw ootor,101; dark of the best singers are not over 9 years Wholesale and Retail Dealers U "Song of Indian River" with m"

yellow. 160; light 1(8; dark old. At the of IT Postage one sent each. .,
through lines of luminous bush which substitute for the flimsy Illusion is one green. age. they are dropped
emitted light so brilliant that he could of the finest cobweb crape This material green let; turkey red. 165; blue 188. from the choir.-Rome Lester.McElrcc' INDIAN RIVER 'Hints on Pineapple Culture cent, J
page one
and black 108. Assuming that this ta- pamphlet. Postage
read it Plttsburg Dispatch.Ta comes in various light shades for > *
by Telling and is much more becoming ble is correct the person who dresses in Wine of Cardul FISH, OYSTERS TURTLE & : "Game Haunts of J'Iorlds'lCout. You

... light colors during the summer has ." a of 10
r sa. Ttala than net or tells These veils may be pamphlet pages

"I recall the story of a sultan" said, washed If the thrifty wearer d..uelal about double the protection from the and THEOFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT art GAME ------- I age one cent v.

JDeaa! Hole, "who had a very poIDpoae1o.1r a light sods, made of clear water and a I heat that the man or woman in black for ante by the following merchants UTltusvllle Give Iota of InfomatioB to those ss*

and desiring to rid himself of ther little castile soap Don't rub the deli.ate has.-Lancaster Homeopathic Envoy. : O. L. Alexander Hotels and Dealers Supplied. lag homes In Florida.

-' : sold hjiu. in .open market,tor a stuff, but_sojteese gentlj and rinsq _IUU" SIN' OF ennui fer Weak N_.. u J.Do Screvea BRANCH HOUSE: Wm Pita Bmt Fit. Send stamps to pay postage-

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A WANT. Tli. ftwtwt UltU w_.. Haa l'M.l1a1' The Tropical Trunk Line.

1"_ .LIMHI' Clall_
I mi Jooktef for aom* pretty firt GRAND VIEW HOTEL I cwtkDo-J1oTI1.. ; ;fr.eI The Japanese toilet Is robbed one
I qnlet mien ,5
I Vno Of drwaw modert* wrH. know bow to speD Tltusvllle, Florida. ) : of its finishing touches by tbe fact that Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

.ADd...* 1 wil that'* keen.I1 Is \f no Japanese woman gentle or simple,
now being !
want DO fickle weather van* overhauled for the thoroughly winter travel.repaired Rates and :'' ''' '''' .:''':-. however fond she may be of looking JOSEPH II. DURKKE, Ilocoivor.

I Thai 'an%* with every wind. 12.00 to *a.50 per day. Special rates by I Into the son shaped gun metal disk Hop- TilE FLOUHH SOUTmltS: n. R. CO. JUPITER ANn LAKE NORTH UT
blond would roll m. bed WCSl : nrtiit's easel which serves
I1 think a week or month. I ported ou an ,
Bh mart be __11. refined. .fll.'tt:1\: : her for a looking glass, ever thinks of INLIANIIIVEI1 STEAMKOVT CO. I LAKE WORTH STEAMERS.
J>O. P. McCALL
I Bhe mart b* constant U a rtarI Proprietor. Special Features at I'orona.iu-MoI." : doing her own hair The hair, after ---= eUTic'iiK0. ( -'f -- (lRTW=---

I So meteor wonld do. crate rates, solid comfort no nutpnta- having all tvo last week's fat(the Japan"fo : si, ff01T1fl I : 's T.bi 1.5 tffrrt J.n. 55. '911. .,.. o0 I. ,,". __ii.-re-

And. like her own sweet little aelf.I lion (riHNt tishlng, good ""klnt.! Waite are exa'p ratingly clean in their Fiesp .12t0piii 'SM' .!,C. . ...JiViifle ArTieami1jn. si'pu.
I Her grammar mart be Ira. HOTEL MELBOURNE Ear .ItUIlo J of it is I 3.1 pi' 11\ p e a4. (tran l'ark. .. ... 8. 5 si I 4I I' si I. .. .
) scoured out pomaded
Yet more If ih* would be with m* porsoni up afresh with the unctuous and not :n.II :: I I = r. n := : :: s.irrefl.: .I'.'vs Spnns.:' .:::::.::: : : : m us I .3 in r. :::. : U'a r. us us

(Eicon tb. clang) right "In M," 10on: P 2 :B p 12 :m I' II("...... .. .1..la'k.. .... . .., 4"'5 ", 1:1'0": ... 4 51 I' ,It
I Bh. mart be able to take down MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. very blfuctorv pleasant compound enstory 10151. 11\41"". . loma . \M\.tI........ ... .... .. 4e'sm : .. .
On* hundred word a minnt almetto ouso oily and worked into a most elaborate II 10 I' 3 \1111' ... tll 5a . .1'''..,....a ... .. ..... S 1\41. hi ..
B. Doremann In Horn and Country Open'all the year round Good FishIng # coiffure, more like a huge glossy II r.H: n l: 12M & t : .. I.... ';n .: : IS 5 us 1142am.:. a tI: : ciII
and 1L'I I IS II :: .. :..::. ,.. .::::.. :. ::: sos ,n 5 U.I9 .
Hunting; Yachting. Rates .
black butterfly than anything cha. As Os SU. Ii "' 3Iani
M.60 and 1: : : :::' : ; : .: ; i : :': :' : ; :::. '
LINCOLN AND M'CtELUN. upwards it is dressed twice a week 1927. 40T II ... :. i .i 'Ki: :: :: .
DAYTONA n.OKIDA. only once or .... .... ... .. .
Proprietress, Mns I. M GARTh 111I. a 424" I as p 1:1"1': .1I.'o."r'I. IC 5 fli P U a :I"'I'IR
it is never taken down except by tile . lee 2 '. ( Slosnil
[latter Waa Kept la Commaad Be- + 4 COMFORTABLE and ROME LIKE. barber : ::: sasp tai6.i' n:: tI..I..I..n.1..I. ::: : :::: ::. I, ? :::! 31"pmI lBi'n.:: :

canae of mbU battle FUnl'of Chancellors- Situated on the Nest Bank of the Dot it I. easy to sleep<< with your hair I a'it : ::::i' = us 5i I: :g::r. .. .. Orsig I.nIrl'rtse('ftp.Iwiku.hi,' ,''".:.. f : ::: ::: us, =;:. :: t.ciI .

jpt before the BEULAH COTTAGE when pillow is merely a little I ''III. III" ", 11\011' 1111I1' Ar !\Mn'ort. . .. ....i.e..I: P ens Iu, 1/1O'I.m/
I1 visited the Army of the Potomac, Halifax River In a beautiful grove of up your I tit,a 8.102 p I ''a' I' 1110 I' . ..Wh"er flirt . : 7 1101. ...' us: 4., I' in
Fal- palmetto tree, one mile from the Atlantic wooden door srrtpcr, with hollow cut la a s 11\1' IIt1\I' 1101' .. .. .. \lrll..I... .... ..... I ..'. i.. ma. pci
headquarters being then at and within easy walking distanceof In it to fit the neck, and a drawer in its 4011. C 1\01" lIIIp: a es: '' ..KI..IIII.......... .... .. e 110. ui 5.1 1" inI.
[ in President Lincoln company.ere ill 5 Mi .Ar. iI.fl.'w .. .. 10(5 Oi
th, the churches and places of amusement base to hold the ornamental hairpins. 13 : Stbp p .:: : r ::. :::' .. :.. ,:... ..:: .: : :: : ::: . SlOsh.S .
detained en route by a storm A good livery stable Is l attached to the The true Japanese woman, whether NI!. loB I' ._ mis'' Ar. .... .. .I."n. r.nspa.! I..7.'I'.m...:.. .. '

[spent one in night the on Potomac.board the In steamincbored thee EDKX, Indian 1thor, FLA. house teams,at from a moment's which notice guests! cm order she II rich or poor, uses a paper pocket .: ::: : I 12 I lO Is p p ... ....4 fits lOs'I.e Iv ::::::. Jsko'mIIIe. ....:... ... .:.:::Ar,'.:::::::::: .S-.It.-'p''. .ih to ; ::

handkerchh carried in one of her long . .. 'aIIl" .. .. ... lt.rI1uhcs . ..... ... II :''', s ..'I a :."p .a
i of conversation that evening the I Rates:-$2.50 to *J j>cr day. *12 to *13 alocvpH with her klsern .. 4t"'I' .. .1tAl.I.: .. .. .... 1I.'rn8......... ..I.. .... .. "' 4:1.: 11\411' us
dent was communicative and in a Quiet place, among the Pineapple: per week. 1\1. HOAO. hanging tiny . .. 43111' : .. .. .... ..,...... ... .... ... .. ... ,.. ...... ... ...an.. ",
mood and discussed the mil- fields, to spend a few weeks hunting, (pipe) and silk tobacco pouch. and au- .. . tel". Ijali", Ac I .. . (1111....0,1I1e.... .. .. I .. .. .. ...... \ iI2I C ''.
Jential .. .. .. ... I .. .
p Fishing and Boating.RATESf2.Wlper. other pouch containing a tiny comb 4IMII' It :2'a iv I Ar .. .. In M. hi a ,1/1 r tit
. .. .. .... .....
situation with much freedom. ST AUGUSTINE 11M I' 11:1: ;sop a. tI..nl' I. C III 5 hi I JIll"III
| day; spcciil rates FLORIDA.' mirror and pigment for coloring the .. IIU" Ii: :a1' ........... ..Oran""I.a' )".. .. ........... s ::114. .u 14111" ",.
(king of McClellan be said, "I kept I by the week or month.wr lIp She wears tabi white linen socks .... 11111I1'I .... I k'I* . .. .... .. .. ... .... 143. UI I'M'I'1II
tlellan in command alter I had exEnd .. .. . 7 2MI' .... a.i'.I. I'srk..... .1..1.. ... ..... Tv' 5 0' IIIT.III:
victories sim- Open January 15th, 1895. with a di.llnd great too through; which ... .., T 411 I' .. .. ::11I1'.A...... .... ... I.es.l.r .... .... .. \ 7 IC a hi 111" s ci
that he would win COLUMBIA HOTEL inserts the of delicate straw .... . ..3 . iv..I. .. ...
because I knew that his dismissal JAMES ANDREWS, she sandal high strap klrl wood a clog, accord, : ; .: .; :::I :::: :::: :; ; ii-.I:: ::.:::..:.:.::. : ::::: ::: .. .. ...: : $a : I

lid provoke popular indignation ando Manager. or a --T:. him1 I' .,.. .. II igsa rY.r.'b..n: :: :: :; ; .lIIe .. ... .ArTWn' iiijiu
Centrally Located on St. George ing to the drynuM of the weather, cither .. 11:11I1': 11/0'1' I... . .""n..r.... .. .. .. .Arl Ilo.m 11": u
the faith of the people in the final of them discarded the instant she .. .. .. .... 1/1'1'1: ,. ... . . .."..ia .. ..... ....Ar, so 1' ... .. "ll"I'1II
etc of the war." Street. .... .. ITOO. .... .. .$4 40 i.e.. .... . 1I0rt....... .. .. .... At 4 In i' n'..... 'M.I"
HOTEL CARLETON outers a building and her parasol will .. .... litO. I'rt t1"III" .... .. .... II:ii.1"
f try soon after the battle of Chancel- Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park, be of the national Japanese shape, .. .111. ..... IIl"I'j': .. .... "... .OI.'Ie..8. 4". ..i.... .. .. ... 5 11. I'll
and before the battle of Getty- 11usd I' ..U.ain
Ille fought the old rumor of Mo- Jacksonville, Florida. and a full view of the Ocean and whether it be of oiled paper or delicately ... : :: 4101 p .. :: :: : :: .TI"i'A 1 : I: ::::: ': ':,i', hunts..i.e, : : :: 1 5... 5 iii.I..:::::: ::::...I S II diC
.1 was embroidered! silk though to be cure IIIII'tll4'- & ;:--I.'.is-n.III.----; Ar iitT ""Tii'iTTI
Ian' recall again got upon its legs rolling breakers from the piazzas.W the Salrey. Gamp umbrella is about the . . 4M" 1..111' ... ... .. E.itcrirIse" .hln..tlon. . .. 'III. us S 1\PD'

[the great consternation of many ofooln' Opposite po tomce. first contamination from the west which .. :: .... S 14 I I': : 4i'to /: ...: :: : ::.. .. : :: .. ..:':... .:...... :"j':.:::: :': .'l. :,Ia.i UIa n: 5 1521's.as6a1i I:

s friends Washington. This her costume is likely to suffer .. .. .. 'tlI': II 4H I' .. .II'tr's,", ..... .. IIb4sn LaMp: It,
rt! was more than usually vigorous M. TEAHEN Proprietor. But I must not say any more about __ ._! :/1'1'_ IIJ I' .. ..-._ .Ar. ..... ...TI'r"11.1.1'" ': .. .... .. L .. .. __ t$4iarnl2j.:
New : Ar Mi1s.ra I.Y 'TI2aIIi .
Under Tilop
I plausible. Hooker's failure at Chan- :*: Management the dress of O-Ilaue San tho sweet lit I 2.: : ::1f Ar '! yarcs: I.e: :: :: :. :: : ..S II 41 a .:, ..
( and the blow which his
oriville -
tie woman whose whole lifelong lesson, ==
itary prestige bad suffered in conse- Thoroughly. renovated, new plumbing Gas, Electric Bells and perfect systemof to quote the "Ouna Daigakn" (greater Lv. Jacksonville, (Indian R FxptlO) 41: 1I..,. Royal PolnilannO'alm( nC'a\I.1O\ ) (()I() .a

nee gave public opinion a decidedly new furniture, new decorations, gas, Sanitary,Sewerage. learning for women), is obedience. She Lv Sifnfonl . . 1 Al: p I.v. Hotel I.ake orlliI\V.( IK) 10.111":

p fillip. One evening while this electric light, steam beat elevator, oval never loses her temper never uses a Ar. Tltusvllle (wharf) 4 ()X) p I.,. Hotel Riviera (Riviera) 10 43: a
DOT was gaining strength, I chanced I.v. lltusTllle (tUlly; ex Snmlnj. ) 411\ p Due Junovln lake Worth Sir.) II 3.1' a
bot and cold baths elegantly irritating word, and is always
i in the family sitting room at the annunciator coarse or Due lintel Indian R., hockl..hge;( 7 00 p Lv. Juno (via J. I.. W Ity) II HO a
furnished parlor, orchestra. piquant and gracious and smiling: Due . .Iall . .
kite House, where tbe president, Mrs. # Indianola House # Jupiter (followIng day) 12 30 p Ar. Jupiter ( )). 1:1211: P
coin and several callers were assem- Strictly first-class In every respect though she will die for her husband or Lv. Juplter.lalhy( ). li 41 p Lv. Jupiter (dilly ex. SatunUy) 1 (SIp
her children or endure pollution for bur Ar. Jupiter (via J. & I.. W. H,) 12\1" Ar. Hotel Indian R., (Rocklerigr) t7 (()N() a
when an indiscreet young lady di- RATES'-.60 to .400 per day. parents' gain with marble oourngo. I.,. Juno (via Lake Worth Mr) 1 HOp Lv. Hotel Indian R, (Uockle.ljr.}) tU 00 a

itly attacked Lincoln with the extraor- Special by. the week, and to Commercial Healthy Location, on East Bank of London Graphic. Due Hotel Riviera (Klvlem). :I 00 I' DueTltu vllleilnl1yex( Sunday) 114.1 anile
Lary qmestlon: Hotel Lake Woith (If..W.I.II:) 2 M' p Lv. TltusTllUi (liiif), .. Ii 20 P
''Mr. President. 1* McClellan going Men. Indian River, Florida.) JUDAISM AND HYGIENE. Due Royal Poln'lanll'alm II.) 3 00 p Ar cUsonvllieIn( yanlilrerFi) 000 p
[ be recalled to the command of they CRAPO & LeVENE, .

of the Potomac" Proprietors. Tb ...... Low Ha Gins th. nbr..wIUuw Itally t Itellr I&Cf'I"| Run,'Ujr. | Dally "4'tII"| t Monday,

The president good naturedly parried REACHED BY STEAMBOAT FROM Visa. a.4 Hardihood.R Addltlonallntla" River service ly itramrr a|'|..ilnt d to !.*... Tltnuvllls T00: a. m, Mn"ayf.
We.h.lay. and Krldavn fir KotkliMlwi. Mvllioiirne an"I WilY 'Unllnnn, Katurnlnir, leave Mol-
la home thrust, but gave no satisf actoJ TITTJSVILLE AND COCOA. Is Indeed not a little singular that bourn 7:00 a. m.. Turadayi, Tlumdays and Paturdayr;due Tltu.vlll a p. m

J answer Afterward joining in the HOTEL Christianity, In taking from Judaism PULLMAN (All *KU\'ICKi-Traln 23 Hiiffet. Iwtwuen JickionTllle, Tampa
bvenation, I intimated to the presint CO.QUINA its highest spiritual conception should and lnnta llnrda; ( Imlr I run alatka to :IIn'k.ivIte.: \ r: Train N';.. Tl (l Indian Hirer HUi rnw) |'arlorUulTetrareJaikMinvllleUiTltuiivllle 1
Train o. W. HulTft il w|'Inic cur New York to I'nrt Tampa' ,
that a* he bad not settled the mat- House New and Comfortable so have slighted the wonderful body of Train No. IA. llnltot iliwiilnic I car ( Inrlnnatl : JarkMinvllle I to T.m|.a. Train I No TR, larlor I Huf-
there probably might be some bygienio science which the Mosaic law vet ear .lietwren llmta (i.r.Ia, T....|'a and' .taikronvlllei farlor HiilTvt Can Tltunvllle to Jarkann
vlllo; thilrranillrmkivllletofalatka' Train No. Zl, Hnffet ilerplnR can rort Tamiia to New
und for tbe general suspicion that -4. ORMOND.BY.THE.SEA 4- All Rooms Face the River embodi The explanation however, \orkandTainpato ('InolnnaU

llellan would be recalled. Lincoln, probably is that Christianity undertook W. B. roKKIN. W. B. DLNIIAM, R. B. CABIKOea .
ho sat a severe Pure, Soft Water. to deal with the matters supernatural B"I' J.,T, .t K. W. R"'O. Csi.t.| Florida Southern R R (flen Rnpt Ind River Bllit Co
near me, put on very FLORIDA. I). ACKKHLY, Oenenl l-annenicer; ; Ag.nt( JacksonvillelaJacksonville :
pk, and turning said in an undertone Terms} $8 00 per week. For monthly. while Judaism, whether ancient or mod.
nd yon too?" I instantly recalled ern, Is concerned only with mundane affair

conversation on the steamer and rates, address *. As Lucien Wolf admits, Judaism

logized for my lack of faith. He then OPEN DEC f 1st C. W. SCHUYLER, 1.1'6allya sort of positivism. Its aim ,

|ded, "I see yon remember the talk Indlanola Fla. U the attainment of happiness In this
whereas Christianity i* chiefly St. Augustine
i had on the Carrie Martin -Noah world

i In Century. SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are concerned about happiness the worldto


Russian Jo tlo*. Specialties it Onnond.MT Green Cove Springs, Florida. Agree ootae.with But Herbert precisely Spencer because In Judaism relegating & Indian River ,

I General Van Wahl, chief constable supernatural speculation to tllC1

\\9 police of St. Petersburg when he For Circulars address, realm of the unknowable, the intensityof Railway.

i governor at Kiev, received visit its worldly philosophy Is the greater
SEISER & YINING Managers T QLMR"HOTEL. and of the Jews
The wisdom
bo day from a poor woman widow of S energy Tim Table I. Effect Feb. lllh. 1HVB.
[police agent who had fallen a victim .!_ In fact have been centered for years -

| duty. For a long time she had solio- ORMOND BY THESEA.. upon the re-enforcement and protectionof All Rail Line to Lake Worth via. St. Augustine, Ormond and

the pension which was due here all their natural forces. And thus itis Rockledge. -

head of the police to whom she had FINEST LOCATION AT THE SPRINGS that they anticipated the riper results

dressed her demand paid no attention y: THE IDYLWILD # of sanitary science, while still the hangIng South Bound. 1 1No,23 North Bound. I IISON'N..I

her plea. gardens of Babylon were a world'lwonder No.Iv I Au. ".
I In her distress the widow went tobe and while from the temple of 1'1. K"aII _ ff1'\ TI.I. .
'-- Haying unobstructed view of Belus Chaldean priest charted the JltCk..vlll. ., Tai. tubS a Willi P TII'jLeSt. .. W 1a1.u limb :r-: i -yit-rg;
governor and told him her story. AUju.tln.. 501. It 611. 100" 5 III P I.. au.I" .. .. .... .. T 24LVWJIitsr m
| "Ah ,..eI, we'll see what can be Melbourne Florida.Open heavens and calculated the ooonltatloii 1..11.. Augutlhlis 14Ua 1906: 1' .. ... .. 361.7Ms ini.e
I ; d::: : : : : : : ::::
This Mosaic law despised I.. Ilistings.a' i'<<11' li.i. in a niLvuart.
of the stars. so '
ne, said General Wahl. "Sit down the St Johns Riyer I.. ..... I'alatk.. 522a 'UII'p' .. .. 1..Allel.( ...... .... . 1:131.: .
here and write what I tell yon" point- of the gentiles, has given to the IflblatLs..G4lSa. uIIp :-::-: ; : :- ......"... ... 1811. m1..Jlln.
10 180 Hebrew that vigor and hardihood .. ............ 1I11T. 111I a inLyRtie.
k to a writing table. January race Lv a : ., ..,. .. .... 552sn.
1lHit
:::: : : : ::: .
| The widow took a seat and wrote which have brought it safely again and Ar San Melee I.. 1"0" 1'llIrce.... 611. 92: mI.
A select family house; Beautifully again through persecutions that must LTKauMlOeo Tiles. .. 'Si I.uct... .. .. .. .. .1211. ,,&
m the governor's dictation a long located on a Bluff, overlooking IndianmeI' All- : MB. 220p .:-:-:-----: .. Mllibour".. .... I at pIll14 an.Lelem'
Application. "Now address it," he best of beds large Thoroughly Renovated Hot and cold have rooted out weaker people. and today l.Irmocd .. loSes 1311. .. .. .. . .. .
Drlgh'1Ire. ,
'cI when the foremost savant of the I.. Ormond .I un.., l04'n I'". P ... .. .. ... I.. tall: haul..". 140' P..tills.
< "and wait for me in the nextA rooms, handsomely furnished throughout Sulphur Baths In the hotel. 1..I.'tom.... ., 10.... Iii I' . .. i.vitnckImlg..".. .SSopIlIOa.n.l.vuoes .
It home comfort. nineteenth century are painfully search. .. .. .... .. ... .
few offering every tug out the genesis of disease and laboriously I.LviomIunn Naw Smyrns.: II" I 5 Imp IS p .. .. Lv ( ity .;; ,;,: :::: .:::::: ::::: : ::: :: .:= 13 : ::
minutes later the woman was MARTYN & EDGERTON. : : : : .. .... ,
: .. ..:: Slop : :: I. Tlt".III. I of P U. P ini'
aIled, and the general gave into her I Ida jy: Cuisine a Specialty. devising remedies, the immunity L. TltulYlII.. ..., 111I1. 411I1 1' .. I.. C"II 11111. .. .... .. I III P III
of the Jews in the midst of pestilence I.. (lip Point..4 1.5 p . .. LvR.wu.yrna... 40up 142pmLvI".rt
i a sealed letter. saying the whije RATES :-$2 per day Less per week. of their I..f'oc..... .. .. .lbTp ... .. Or.nK..... 'oa p usLvl'syto..s
the .
her, "Take this letter to the head once more indicate reason fl.cklustgs' 5 II p .. ... .... 422 t' lOll P IIIA'Orl""d.
iitable, take care not to it, and In the battle of Varengo 68,000 men survival and emphasize the triumph of t: .& ( : ::::..: 5405 : : : :: : : :. ........ ... p SinpinLvWmund
open L.llarno. .. SlIp ........ .... .Slap intsep
me back to me as soon a* yon have a participated. and of that number 18.. their sanitary system. L. ..lIn.......... ... .123J> a M P ... ........... t:: : : : : : : : : : :: :: : inl'alaika.
ply." 000 were killed or grounded about 19 No other race has been willing to accept 1..IICI..I". ... .. .. T3I1) P ...... ........ Ar ):U. ... I &4p .406. ,P._..

A week afterward the woman appear- per cent Napoleon thought Marengo inch a discipline, and no other race, I.,. Fort I't.ros... .. ... I T 311 p I' .. ..... .... tf:: Matso Raise :::: .:::::: .. PI.IlllJi!

pl at the palace again. Her pension had his greatest victory. He always kept therefore, exhibit similar vitality and I.e LyStusrI Jensen...:: : ::::..:. in p :- ..: : .: :::: :::: l )..J.lk.....,.. ... pinLv

n> granted and she thanked the gov-" Have you seen it f Seen wTiutT Why throughout life the uniform be wore on exemption from epidemic diseases. Modern L. Alicia.... .... .,...... 552p ... .. ........ .... t'aletka.... .....':':':':':': _
nor with Joy. the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If that day. teachers of hygiene Insist always I.vH.'lmSound..liMp .. ........... ... Li ...tI..II........... .... "Tii"I'mao P"Ar"
sail boat don't fall to __ ____ ___ the observance of system In these L.W.J"pltltf..... 4'4i4'p ... ........... '. Asituatini ...,... p noLVIII
"It is own a or row upon .
anutoth-
useless thank
to me. you labor The climatic limit to the cultivation LvJtlvI.rs. ..............lssp ... .. .. ... ... AUlClloUn. Sins P"
Q> in the affair! ," said be and imme- have one on band. It Is a great matters and they have reason for the trW 1'1. J\eal'b 5U.p 548 p .. .. ..rJlICu..U..IlIlaIOIlll.. . SelpU.KA5T
lately the order saver and is patented In tbe United of wheat is not so much the cold of Hebrew race is a pregnant example of

"The gave following : is States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A winter as tbe beat of summer. It will the power of hygienic and dietary laws, EA8'1' COAST AJIII) WE8T cots?. COAITNP W1tIT COAST,
head of the at Kiev
police few of the state right will be old at a not mature In a climate where the summer applied with unremitting vigor from Via. 'It. AU&>l.Uu., OrtDond sad 0mg. VI. 'l'1t..m. and Eaterprl. "....
uwiwed from and sent Into .
his
post reasonable figure. Apply to JL O Wai- temperature is below 00. generation to generation.-Minneapolis CIt, "..rtt.... t.....
Mile; the reason, because he granted a ton, Tit u.vllle, Fla. ;
Bemand after of Time -F. T NORTH
receiving a sum money The ChIppewa river was named from STATIONS.N. NoNo 74 STATIONs. No Si
f* so doing the Indian tribe. The Indian designv .. To* Nosy Fmmcrala .. No.Z3 No T4 Ne15it.v

General Wahl had, unknown te the item was Mayawaken. "Tbe Mysterious A gentleman whOle summer home Is JWkwnvllI.. Ar 1f! :-:-.-.. ::-: : Tir.a L. W I'ahu B.aeht: Ai 'iRk
oman. slipped into her letter a bank Stream." . s.aI II 5i.Augu.Ilue II .31'" ....... S a's ror\ I'\eree 7 3tIp
In Vermont brought back to Boston one II .
dm51 I'a"'ka slap. 104a M.iljourne I SIp
fote for 15 rubles, which accounted fall a manservant from the country .. III ami II IIn.,1 4 .... ..... II Ilia 1 tAu CJeJU. a4Tq.ii >
[* her supplication being granted.- III.. II Impious .. lip. ala Roek'.j. miniS II'.,.
onth's who bad never before been in Boston. . .. Tilts II 1'1.' 1I.r... II 4 U\It.... .... 13 lop,.r TItu.lIls L. 4 ::11)1'
Companion.A JTO. P. McCALL.IILTDIAHST The sights and scene In a big city impressed .. ... 11 II uk. 11.111. II S M." 13 II/tt. II: lop Lv Tt..m. Ar' lIpS
.. tlllla: Ar Somers L. 7 4:11".. .... SI1. 1.:1 Ar nsU.rprIseJus.: I lap
Big Calealatloa In Water him peculiarly. One day he .. .. 13: i'I. LefC3ltyJ.nctloa J i( Ar a Sip. 315* : : $enfur.l t: Slap:
went to his employer and said: .. I sup Ar ", ..f."ol L. I 60.",. . 4 'SIp I Sup L. "ford .Lr I lap
The ocean, sea and lake surface atnr : : : : :II70T1.J: back I 514. II Winter l'ark II H 4'4l.. .. .. Snip. cusp W Int.r I'ark 11 .'It.
> planet II "Mr. II-, I shall have to go ttuv II Ur..rto. II 12 .... .... lisp Slop ur"nd" 1251.:
estimated at something ) ome. .... SlOp II Kiesimmee II IIOOp., 551." 60'1' IU........ l2C1.
M, U5.000.000 square miles with an .. S iai II Tam I" C SOP!... .. .. tilt. Tampa se:.
is alPitted "Why, Tom have yon not been treated DIP II 'hm. 5Is' kulsi II Papl. .... ... .I .11II.. Ts.np. $., hOtel I am
fwge depth of 11,000 feet. and kindly here?" .... 1811 II .urtTa.np. II .eiJ. .. lIMp l'urt Tampa lam
to contain not less than 1,170.- 81111' II Nu.i* U..rda II ..... .. :': l'unIak.rde SssSI
[03,000,000,000 tons of water. Tberiv "Oh yes, the treatment Is all right" .... ..10541 II aCo hterabtu" II I lop1. .. .... .... .. .... htenbu I Mi
but then I'm afraid of my health.
of the earth are estimated to have a PIiTITUSVILLE
thatf
"How I
ow autliclea' to 19 enMo milesi All train* dally between JarkaonTllI sad St. Augustine.
cover "Why, yon see, )1,. fl-, I saw four Train south of St Aagutln rua dally carolS HuudayTrala .
i above Area each day. Now If all funeral going past house today, at.a?,M sad 7. aiak no atop between JarkoTlll..* sad ... Aanwtlne-
P?* oceans were suddenly dried and the your Traln 90 aiake local (top* betweea JackaonTlU and St.AuguaUa, bat snout of SI Aagiutln
and I guess Boston I* a plaguy unhealthy ....... nnly al ttatlon which HUM la bw*,
Ren could keep np their present rate tort of a town."-Boston JournalA Train la, ai and ;t.--I1 Kartor t'an betweea JaekaoTlll aad Wt Falm BearkTrala .
M now, whIobofcor.etheyooul4nobout $ 16 ear?MM illataa car ss rout from New York to Bt Aamutln
* Train W U ounipnaad I'r.uI; f:llmaa ear, .aespIisg oa Moadayi, .1..a train I*

jw- .500 ooea yean evaporation to refill the it bu would.- Open All The Year. last sad Vtowm C..bl..H.s.Tb. .quipped!Irate. M risk retries regular' I'ii..4: ...*....( ear M root ... A.gustlnl to New York via r.
only known variety, species or C. A and Boatara Hallway,
ft Louis Republic. known to Investigators Train as. eo....... ... ..dul.. ot r llmaa Sl'..II.t.... btalaf can. ... ".< puns of plant York cia Atlaatla (.asI Line, Hecptlnc on $ train I* winli pd with rwular aoMiba.

haIe4. _____________ _______________________ Only a few minute In which the flower grows Trala 7S carries Buff t Parlor car* W ist eta r :RoseS to fjn JackaoariUe: also 1-uUmaa Hhwplac
to Nw Ynrk
,. walk from has been described in the *
.Annrer by return male" wa the .. Railway stations from the leaf 'T'-C-;: ear W..( Palm = --c. Annitla'
a, the and Steamboat bod- Part Journal Botanlqne. This queer 'iaMnn.. Irate (1 and 7* aa*. Twenty .....ta. fur lii..., at Ornavad Juseties.iane. .
letter wound up that Missoot11ies native of Africa and 5,5 05 13 u4 14 ..... tee al.._ for tearS a. c.a J.\OII.
f, received from Mr Saddenroi.a _ Ings.On plant 1* a tropical 'Ib TtTable .......tbetlwMti which trala ma, b*eiperted lo arrive sin. dec. art fmm"
_ .,lI the banks of the ia It the Bower are borne along the the several .ta..... bat their arrrtal or departar al tbe time* staled U not 11_...... uuf due
Wonder b*
's said she, "whether _ ___ __ _ far-famed Indian Rh_. midrib on tbe back of the leal-St Ih* CoaiBaaf bold Itself .....-.** for aaj delay or say CMuequeace aruiag ibererVna
. by the o asenger toy or by /. B. rAHHOTT. JOSBril RICMAKUaOXr
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ag RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY J2, 1895.I .



Hall at West I'nlm inuslln with pink roses, Mis Woodward Latest U.S.Govt ReportBaking
I Firemen's Highest of aU in Leavening Power.- ROBBINS&GRAHAM
THE
-white crepe with !gold heart, Mill 0 0Paid
Itcacli. loberM-white rose,
Miss Margaret Woodwsrd--white dimity _
with purple violets, Miss Roth Woodward
On '.,at Friday evening/ February 15th, -white dimity with yellow roses, Up Capital $25,000.00..
. the Jo'I'llll'r Alert Hone company, No. 1, Miss LeUtla Woodward-white Swiss Royal
of thl place, gave a grand ball, for the with yellow chrysanthemums, Mr. Wm. LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.
Ix-neflt of the fir* PowderABSOLUTELY
IlielDtlemcncy of the weather, a much gold stars and red heart, Mr. Chas.
larger! crowd than was anticipated, at.olc.l. .- Oilman-Joker-with heart M tramp We have for sale a large list of carefu'
t ; All the hotel guests wore gold heart w
Promptly at the hour of 0 o'clock on their sleeve PURE selected Indian River Properties.
Professor Leady's orchestra struck up At 2 a. m. the party broke up, everyone -
and the grand/ march commenced. It voting Miss Kempe a splendid hostess .- Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast 1 J

,wan lead by Lieut. Jai. T. Sander, F. and the ball the greatest success of I est 'sympathy her cad bereavement- Canal and Transportation Co.
I
.:i. T., and Mr*. Woodall, assisted by Mr. he winter. but no children. !
LJlJoit and wife, and about fifty couple Despite the bad weather, DeLand and A "PONT" FOR BRUSH? BOYS. CANAL LA1VDS.

participated. A* the grand march prorioded the lurroundlng country were well rep- The lm Thova-ht, I Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa 4: Key Welt Railway Con
Principle Tells Bow the c.e Collar IIQ
programme/ for the evening were resented. The Tailor Land Dteston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.
distributed by the floor manager/ The The ADVOCATE representative certainly During normal deep cerebral force 1* .lckl7 Rained.Tbtr and other low Priced Land

grand march terminated with a short ot a treat by not attending the above restored which daring the day wa con I most difficult thing to fit on a Loa 1wzaya. c>:n.nn.AI :
waltz. In honor of the many visiting ball. sumed. We cannot during wakefulness man is a coat collar, and it Istte easiest Mon.oy t
northern friend of the fire department, maintain an electric supply a* fait ai thing to get ont of shape, except per- Ten per cent in sums to tuft.
there were several extra dance given, Benefit Ball. we disperse it, M not only all thought I I I baps the knees of the trousers. A tailormolids Write tat Descriptive Price List ef Carefully Selected yropertiei.Titusville .

which were the greatly entertainment.enjoyed by the vlul- but simple consciousness itself, must and shape a collar with.lis band .. Florida.MATTINGS. .
Ion during
consume something. Those are marvelous i conform with the
and let to measI -
selection goose
There were special comlo The New Smyrna Social Club will\ give
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mioroaoopio twinkles of electrio he ha taken of the shape of
'songs and dunce, given for the entertainment a benefit ball on Tuesday evening next, I I nrementa
of the numerous spectator he 20th Inst., at their hall In New light that attend the disruption of the an individual' shoulders, and it does
These were furnished by Professor Sm'rna, the proceed of which will\ be ilcrosooplo cells when we think. Wonderful i I not take a great deal of ill usage to de :
;Xeady'j orchestra. To say that they lent to the western sufferers. i* that carnal enginery whose gong stro r his work. I EH*]J'I'
were artists their line, doe not beginto Ticket may be bought Mr. Clarence ; wrought by cerebral action, mark I| "The wont enemy a coat collar has," .
describe It. About three hundred G. Hesse, secretary and treasurer of the the genesis, and whose stopping Indicates said the tailor, "it the colored boy who
people participated In the pleasure of club, New Smyrna. Price, 60 cent the exodus of our live*-New brushes your clothes the barber shop,

.be evening, as well, and as a It wa financial certainly, success a. brilliant In York Advertiser.A hotel or sleeping oar. When he helps !

you on with your overcoat he reaches Spring Styles are: arriving U
every The particular.floor manager/ Messrs. Ellsworth, Fort Pierce.Mr. Hew TJM For the Telephone.It under for your coattails, grasps the
Armstrong and Milton, managed the LM remained for the latter part of overcoat collar with the other hand and
:floor In a manner showing that they Chas. Nelson left for Jensen on a the nineteenth century to evolve another gives your undercoat two or three smart
were more than amateur In this line. flying trip. and wholly different method from jerks which pulls the collar down and The largest Stock South. ---
of the members of the differenteonimlttee that usually employed for the tranamis-
Several number of the farmer are away from the neck and bunches it on,
Quite a
were absent on account of 1100 of oscillatory favors. This i* to shoulders and the overcoat
the
,
the threatening attitude the weather, re-planting again. have the matter accomplished by tele- the work of destroying its blehel'l For Good Goods' it low prices, one should not. fail to y
:and such being the case,the entire management Mr. Dan. McCarty, of Ankona, was in phooe. The invention it not however,
those member of the entertainment who were resent.fell These upon town last Wednesday.The patented, and may upon occasion be should sideration.:never be allowed under any con (for Samples Ibis is tie only exclusive Carpet I lion t tin

last been very cool, adopted in other cities than Washing "The to keep the coat collar
gentlemen carried out their part of the proper way
forcibly Florida. Specialty.
jirocramme In a most creditable manner. reminding u* of the north. ton.-Washington Time in place is to shrug your shoulders Awnings a

'Mr. Sanders was requested by the floor The Fort Pierce hotel has quite a number Intow.. forward after you have put the coat on. H. E. CLARK
committee to act all prompter for the of visitor at present. Lf The collar will then fall into place on ,
evening, and was highly complimented Schoolmate Why do yon never touch neck the cloth will itself to Jacksonville
We are sorry to learn of the Illness of your ; adjust 38 West Bay St., FI
tot his work a* such. Great credit laluetoChalrman piano
and trust he will\ have your the shape of your shoulders and'ataythere.
Mr. Frank Tyler,
. Elliott and wife for the.ueeel.fnl
Miss Thumper-We're buying it on .
.a speedy recovery Don't pull the collar about, and

.committee management; and/ to Mr.of J.the K.different Marvin, The schooner Queen" Capt. McFadden installments"What difference does that make?" don't, above all, allow the brush boy to J. S. Smith: Jr. c4c CoDEALER
of under the
chief of the fire COml\n1'or: the able was here a few days last week, on her "I'm afraid if paw should hear me pull your coat ont shape ,.
,
In which the pretense of getting your overcoat
luatuor superintended return from the Bahamas. .
.
play he'd stop paying.Good News.VAXTEI .
"refreshment table Credit should also your shoulders. s IN -
be given to Mrs. Ingersoll, Mrs. Erman, )(cllrl. Graham, Sander, Smith and Brush,boys will please note.-Kansas
Miss Lamond and Mr. E. M. Wheeler, Judge, of Tltusvllle, were pleasant visitors >. a situation a* general utility City Star. :
last few
In town the daysWe I
committee on programs; and also Mrs. man. I have bad experience In all I --BRICK::;
Veybrecht and Mr. Saultzner, committee are lorry to chronicle the death of branches of newspaper work; of ma- I -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine,
on refreshments. Meredith who passed
Mr. Geo. away ture age; sober, temperate and roll-
Messrs. Ratcliffe, Scott and Dorethy, after a few day' illness. He contracted liable; a first-class all-round printer.I No.one, $5; No. two. ,10j; No. three..l*
M door-keepers, filled their capacitieswith a cold from oyster!ng, which finally wish to make a permanent home In ,Titusvllle, Fla. PlasterHair Etc. EtAOKXTS !
credit. turned Into pneumonia. The deceased Florida. Salary very easily arranged.C. Lime, Cement, ,
The order of dances wa tastefully and leaves a wife and five children to mourn Spaldlng, box 221, Atlanta, Ga. FOB >--- Will always give very lowest pr
neatly prepared by Mesdames (K II.'Woodall his loss and prompt shipment
ROME BRICK COt,. Rome, Ga.,
and E. Geer, and were I d
preserved as Florida souvenirs many by the WANTED, by a young man, sober and industrious COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta, Ga.,. Give as your orders and we
northern visitor present. The Effects of the Freeze at a place as editor of some THE CAROLINA BROWN STONE.CO. antee satisfaction

The thank of the fire department Is Waveland.The weekly paper, or reporter for dally. I 1- OFFICE:: WAREHOUSE :
tine the ladle of the town for the efficient am a practical printer. Would not object 38'East Bay Street. McCorvDie Block
to foreman or compositor! .
place a*
wa'ln which they carried out theirJcel'eetive 283.
part during the entertainment present being a time of universal a* I desire to locate la Florida. Best Telephone CS4. Telephone
also to the school board for theme discouragement over the result of the of reference E. W. Rayle, 441 Liberty JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
of the public school building, and ecent freeze on citrus and other tree, St., Winston, N. C.
Jo the different residents of the town It may be of Interest prospective home-
seekers to learn that here on the Wave- --- B.Groceries .L- :: .R.We..i..Y..frY.
WliO'ci *trlbuted to the. success of the land peninsula between the Indian and ,


evening K Two Mervlo beautiful to be sold cakes for, given the by benefit Mr*. J.of it.wide three: Lucie where mile rivers the long,orange there and Is one-quarter are a strip till hangingon of land mile Lumber and House Building Materials, 4M Grain,, Hay, Garden Seed, Fertile


the and fire given department to the ,most were popular voted upon lady the trees, untouched by the freeze, Sasb Doors and Blinds Lime Cement Nails andnilders' I pall tfc..Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock ofStaplo
and where the lemon tree are not only :
land gentleman In the room. The voting ITtiiicy rroceiioH Fru.
Ac
,
not hurt, but the fruit I* hanging un-
vwa* spirited, and wa finally given to .
are much less Injured Hardware.
'Ulri. 'Kaymont, who won It by a large touched. Pineapple And Food ProductsOf -
here than elsewhere, and tome
and Mr. Percy Ratcliffe was All Kind Also My Stock 01. .
Award fields are not injured at all.-Tlmes- Sized and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty.
the second prize. Framing
Dancing lasted nntll about 3 a. m., Union. PADDISON Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton: Seed Meal I
G. F. -
and as the last strains of "IIo ne Sweet
Ceased Food Mid 'Wheat.
ball Home"room wafted the happy through throng the conpaclou took their A Heavy. 11 low. TITUSVILLEFLA., and EAU GALLIC, FLA. I am the only house on Indian River dealing ezctnslTely= In the abort It

departure having passed a molt delightful Goods. I buy ekwe, and wili *ll close. I Invite your correspondence sad a J
evening. We had quite a blow in Titusvllle fora & your patronage. Very truly
while last Friday morning about_8.SO FEASTER : BREITWISCH, ry :33..31*. aB..ADT
..
o'clock. It was accompanied by a beatIng -
HALL. rain which found its way Into a Successors to L. A. Coleman,

;A VALENTINU number Fortunately of our, very private little house damage and stores.was e o Wholesale and RetailDealers FLORIDA MEATS ( allkinds.. Motlovr & Wagone:

done, although the wind blew at the rate
The general opinion of the guest of In
the Harlan Lake Helen, I* that Miss of 7J mile per hour. At Ormond and Growers. RETAIL AGENTS F08.K
} Daytona the wind also blew at about the Orange and Vegetable
Kempe has no equal a* a hostess. Her
effort for the entertainment of her same rate; and to the it,Ormond: "The correspondent guests- La Grange, Fla.
guests 1* untiring, and Thursday, Feb. of Hotel, referring Coquina were says treated to a novelty PURE SOUR MASH WHISK
of the
Jlth, wa the crowning event hurricane In
that occurred the on Friday eight a Fmt. 8.6. VANLANDrNGHAM.gee. ft Treu.
eaon. On day great In the U K. MUNN
The gale began early
boll In the February. ALL KINDS OF
Valentine fancy-dress spacious night, increasing In violence until 7 PIIU NIX MILLS LUMBER CO.
of the Harlan hotel,
dining-room
<
8 Et
By Wines
the morning. :
decorated o'clock following Spirits:
and
tastefully ,
which was profusely o'clock the wind had died out, and calm TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA. Brs-
In palms and parti-colored flag!
and
surf high
The wa
for the occasion. Miss Kempe received prevailed. very Incorporated October, 181K-8aoen to K. RMUOH A Co
and the of Hotel
beautiful, guest
o'clock her guests the In grand the parlors march,formed and at there nine, very Ormond came In great number to enjoy" Lath Shingles and all Kinds or Rough and Dressed Lumber DUREN & FEASTE

led by Mr. and Mr*. Henry Uornblower, It. No damage was done to property. Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and, unmatched
of Arlington, Mas The musicians, five !lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covers and cypress tanks of all sizes

In number, from DeLand. sat at one end Death of lUre Quincy Stewart.It made as called for. All Kinds Of MouldIngs, Turned and SCFOU Work apeclalt

of trains the of dining-room music In time and to the played flying sweet feet }. One of our firm ls a contractor and builder of many y ara' experience, GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS. Francis H Leggett t

of the dancer through eighteen numbers Is with regret.we record the deathof .o that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the constructionand
Midway In the programme vs..freahments Mr. QulDcI Stewart, brother of County building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable torms and in
were servwhich were Stewart, of this place, he most satisfactory manner. Call and see as before purchasing elM where. Fine Grroceries.
which occurred at Coquina on Saturday
much enjoyed by all present. Many of
-> Correspondence and Patronago Solicited.
last. Deceased had been suffer
the fancy costume were exceedingly morning
:
pretty and tasteful. ing with rheumatism for some time --------- Fruits and Vegetables Florida &: Western Meats of all U
Among the most noticeable were: past, and on Friday night last at nine
Mr*. :X. N. Blake a* Night; accompanies o'clock1'eellng very ill, Dr. T. II. Chambers A Beautiful Selection
by Mr*. Marshall a* Morning; Mrs II. of Georgiana wa called in aDd CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE. -
Uornblower a* Queen of Hearts, In black did what he could to relieve the suffer .
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crvpon, decorated with red heart; Mr ings. HI* effort to stay death, how -- 017 I By Agents for WUllamt A Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders ftollcltei
Henry llornblower ever, were In vain, and at 2 a. m. on
Mrs. C. S>. toafanblck thard Saturday morning Mr. Stewart passe< :g Very Truly nunn Feaster

poppies, Mrs M. Niven-green with peacefully awayDeceased C --- -----
Kreen chrysanthemums, Mr*. L. C. Wl who wa 63 year of age, '='
111-in white silk with red poppies*, Miss wa born and raised In Hamilton county, ( < cn "THE LITTLE BROWS JUG. _
Uankln-white silk with pink poppies, Florida, and came to Indian River In the
Miss Mason-white muslin with pInk spring of 1868. He leave a wife-to s--zSTERLING t Old Kentucky
chrysanthemums, Miss Turnbull-white whom the ADVOCATE extend its deep-

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I A GOOD THING.Is 't =-= In Sealed ONE Case GALLON, (no marks Delivered)at your
depot
freight
prepaid,
always imitated. This Is a well-known BELT BUCKLES t*< AND CZARINAS, On Receipt of $3.

M act, and, therefore, It Is not strange that At ANTHONY BROS. The Jewelers. AU Address business Strictly ContidentiaL -

the country has been flooded with con- t S

: dense milk,said to be just. at good as Ute WANKLYN & CO.,

;: Jacksonville Fla.

Gail Borden :: LUMBER! -- --


Eagle Brand. E RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T BO**


Lee We are making special prices on Lumber
Experience has proven that it has no Florida IxcifaJiW I

Est -i= aewrQ 4 equal faculties It of stands the New U reason York Condensed that the superior Milk Lath and Shingles, In car lots toall points South on the Real Estate

:r sM..ro Company, with persistent, conscientious, J, St. A. &: I. R. R'y. For full particulars, AddressBUILDERS' -
of sulk Write us for
scientific study of the production dllCrlptlve prfce rut
s pv it a decided advantage. CeoMder this.wr5Y.w5.w.w..Y1 SUPPLY CO..

r.y 5y.w5y5 5'i% .wUwi.YJ' Drawer 13. St. Augustine, Fla, MELBOURNE7iBrQw'd' FLAINDIA .

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