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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: March 1, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00120
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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'TIS NOT IN MORTALS COMMAND SUCCESS. BUT WE'LL DO MORE-DESERVE IT.

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LOCAL NEWS Head This Column Carefully. -The ADVOCATE office has been well -Mr. Fred. F. Taylor, of I -Miss Mary Stewart left her,, yesterday The Newl'OC.'ells Gasoline Stov*.

supplied with orange blossoms this week. was In town Wednesday.Mr. for Coqulna, on a visit to her aunt.

Id Topics of General Interest. THE EAOLE' CI.OTVI G STORK In the -Miss Julia Roberts Cocoa's popular W II. II. G1easonof -Mr. R. W. Rhodes who wont shooing A A good record baker

ADVOCATE block Tltusvllle are the .illlner, was In town a few hours on Is In town to-day. yesterday, managed to bag eighteen A home maker breaker
leading clothiers on the East Coast of
fttj ...* O e...r.l Ooulp In connection Florida. Give them a trial. Wednesday.Messrs. -Hotel Cordova dances, at qnall. Ts! such a "taker,"

Hth Indian Klver and L.k. Worth R. F. Hall and J. T. Reynolds tine, will be continued during -Miss Mattte Palmer who has been The "New Process;"

-n.daring put week. Brief mention ofiteretUnc E GRAVING neatly done at Anthony lave moved Into their new law offices onllutchlnson -Mr. J. C. Seiner'! one of stopping In town during the last two For sale right away,
[ JEvenU from Tarlont F rUth Bros., Tltusvllle Fla. avenue.Mr. proprietors of 1I0tei Coqulna months leaves for Rockledge this after- By Ray A Day,
World About People Ton Know noun. Tltnsvllle Florida.
| W. K. Bachelder, one of Boston's paid New Smyrna a visit on
Ton Don't Know-Picked I AM selling slack lime for Buy It,
4 People partially Miss M. of Geneva Fla
DeBogory ,
well known pianoforte tuners arrived In
Gen'l. Pass. Jos. Try It
Agent ,
f by Oar Society Editor Wfcts. per barrel. L. C. Oliver. is In town to-day. She' leaves for Caniveral -
town
on Wednesday.Mr. .
of Jacksonville, spent a co \ And you wont deny It.
to-morrow on a visit to her sister
WHERE to stop. See list of hotels on II Sewell, proprietor of the Indian the Royal Potnclana the Miss Lula DeUogor1.Gt'n'l. ,

our 4th and 7th pages. River Bottling Works arrived In week. The Cramps of Philadelphia.As .
town from Punta Uonla the cud of last Owing to the warm Manager Hudson of the R.

GREAT bargains In shoes hats valises week* ladles this week, have been T. V. A G. Railway passed through referred to In a previous hsno of
Sere with his .
family Wednesday, en
trunks etc. at the their white summer dresses. the ADV CATR, the Cramps, of Philadelphia
Eagle Clothing -Mr. and Mrs. T. T. Wetmore, who route to Palm Beach on private car 07.Rev. .
Store Tltusville. liave been spending a couple of wet'kllin In the shade )esterdiy have boon at the Royal Polaclana -

Jacksonville returned home the end of Mr. E. L. "'. C. Barnes wife and little this week. For the seven vowels
Brady's now
DUD blanks 10c. each; "1.00 per 100, at last week. the river front Is being daughter; who have l>oen spending several Cramp A Co. have built, they have roelved *-
weeks the Gulf Coast from the United States
the ADVOCATE office.Ti on passed govern
-Mr. E. )f. Ooodill the well known rapidly by the contractor through here yesterday, on tliolr way ment the snug little sum of *1UOOUO;

WORK of all kinds done by Ray A manufacturer of Ntnfoid Me., has boen Decker. All the frame work home to Melbourne.1 ,". Barnes' In special premiums. For the two cruisers

Day hardware merchants Tltusvllle. lying oil Fort Pierce In hlsjacht, this the siding Is being put on. mother accompanied them. )[rll. Barnes Columbia and Minneapolis alone.

week. -It Is rather amusing told us they had had an enjoyable time Cramp Co. received 1750,000 ovor the

STOP at the City Barber Shop-white Oen'l. Freight Agent W. J. Jarvls newspaper "fake" at Punta OOl'd"TravellnJt ". contract price, from the government, a*

barbers. Razors honed. of the Flagler Railway was In town lution In Cuba. The premiums for speed.
that faith In Auditor W. II. Chambers,
places no
Tuesday and Wednesday and our paper
gave
THK Eagle Clothing store has the largest office a pleasant call. as published In the dallies.Mrs. the Flagler Railway, St. Augustloe; Mr. Another Gift from the riaglerJtallway.
J, K.: <.:Chambers of St. Louis; and Mr.
stock of fashionable shoes on the
East Coast -We acknowledge receipt of the annual J. F. Lawson of R, Del oRe. of St. Louis, wore In town .
report of the comptroller of the passed through heie, last yesterday. Auditor ChainWs: was on

FIn clock and 'state of Florida for the peilod beginning route to Eau Gallle on a Ills way to West Palm Bench, and Since the last freeze we understand .
watch jewelry repairing
I Jan. 1 1804 and Dec. 31 181)4. friend Mrs. Thos. Harbour Messrs. Dolose and Chambers
ending were en the Flagler Railway bill sent out a considerable
at Bros. the
Anthony jewelers. son Is said to be a lady of route to the New River country. I quantity of seed to farmers
County Supt. J. II. Sams, w ho has I
i culture.Mr..
FOB first class shoemaklng and repairing/ been on a tour of inspection of Brevard along the East Coast for which they are

RIVERADVOCATE call on J. A. Daughtry at Mr. Nolie's county's public schools for some time J. B. Terry of Afternoon Ten. extremely thankful. The farmers applied
INDIAN old stand Titusville Fla.HIOHFST past was in town on Wednesday.Mr. rived In town on Tuesday. for this seed Immediately after the
spends his winters on second freeze, and the whole supply Is

[ price paid for old gold and and Mrs. Winfield Scott of section of Florida he Is Mrs. Howell Titus will give an afternoon now exhausted. Over 7 i bushels of

silver at Anthony Bros. Tltu vl11e. Stcubenvtlle O., were In town on Satur Mr. Terry gave our office a tea, at her resilience on Julia bean 1..e.l. as well as tomato tobacco,
day. Mr. !Scott Is the son of one of and other kinds have been
on Wednesday.Mr. street, between the hours of 3:00: and 5 potatoo given

Be virtuous and happy Do NOT fail to visit the Eagle Clothing Ohio's prominent men-General Scott. Sam. Welch has on Tuesday next, the 6th lout. away by Mr. Flagler

Is an adage old and true;. store when In Tltusvllle. Largest -For the next 37 days our Episcopal to a post on a railway at I> Vocal and Instrumental muslo will be
Adertlse and prosper Is stock of clothing on the East Coast. Ian and Roman Catholic readers, If they and,. Mrs. Welch and one of the features of the occasion. County llonil for Itoail
The merchant's point of view. wish to observe Lent, must abstain from Phillips expect to leave Admission ten cents which Includes tea

TIN AND IRON WORK of all kinds done dancing and other frolics. j>la<;e next week, much to and cake. The proceeds will go towards The sentiment In Orange county seems
ID these times of competition and pro by & Day Titusville. Write them their friends Indian the new organ fund of the Episcopal to Issue bonds
Kay
Iression it Is very difficult to let the I when need In that line. -The ADVOCATE returns thanks to many on church. All are cordially Invited. for 70.falnTthln: 1 tUucro'.t: for
anything
lublio know what you have for sale you Sec. S. Y. Way of the South Florida -Mr. Pierre Lorlllard and Orange county Hi alrea.111natfed wftla an

ithont advertising your goods. People: OYSTERS-For the finest and' freshest Fair Association, for complimentary have been hunting and / Issue of bonds Incurred In building
attend the annual Fair at New Finn.
L ho need certain articles do not care too tickets, to A
fish and oysters call at Smith's restaurant St. Lucle and Sebastian handsome Court-house; and b sides the
| the round of the stores to Inquire Orlando on March 19, 20, 21, 2.J and 23.
: railroad wharf, Titusville. December, passed here, dlsastrious freezes Its people have not
I hat our merchants have for sale. The -An order for printing has been received board the palatial Dr. O L. Alexander has disposed of yet gotten over the losses Incurred

Bve merchant who brings what he haslor : REMEMBER that when you need any tin at this office but as th e writer en route to the Haulover his drug business and returned to Georgia through, a badly-bursted bank; and the

sale before the public by the means i or iron work done at any point on Indian failed to put bis name to the letter we Lagoon. He came to Tltusvlll*for his health, rottenness which Is still coming to the
if advertising Is generally a successful which has been much benefited surface In connection with the failure
River or Lake,Worth, Ray A Day are unable to go ahead with the work. Owing to the non-arrival during
Business man. Cocoa. his Indian Klver. Mr. Fred. S. referred to Is such as to leave the peopl
Titusville are the ones to do It. The post mark on envelope was from the stay on ,
wills we
paper Chaffee Is now In charge of the business In no mood to contract any further Indebtedness.
SEVERAL of shoes have -Mrs. W. J. Klrby an English lady pelled to print some of the : which will hereafter be known and con W* do not consider the
be had cases just come
atDr this week.
C2T" The ADVOCATE: may to hand at the store of Julius Kline died at White City on Monday On on white paper ducted under the firm name of Fred. S.ChafToe '. case of Brevard county and Its proposed
bcreven's drug store and Mrs. Emmaaton'l weather they have been
Titusville. Secure of these Wednesday her remains were Interred In A Go. Read tholr ad. on our road such a parallel with Orange county
t: news stand 60 some great seems to have demoralized" !
per copy bargains before they are all gone. Daytona cemetery, the burial services 8th page, !af to use the action of tho latter M *

The ADVOCATE don't cost you three being read by the Rev. Mr. Arnold, the traffic precedent example,

|tnts per week, postage Included when I To LET, a fine'brick store In the ADVOCATE Episcopal clergyman.The -The many friends of

tken by the year. block, Titusville. Excellent location new sea rules which hav" Cleveland are pleased to The rlritt Telephone<< LlnO in The IVbite City U BUM Alhc.

Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Flagler paid I Possession may be had at caused so much comment among AmerIcan able to be on the streets Jlretanl County.

'aim Beach a visit on Monday. once. Apply to Rob bins A Graham sea captains, have been postponed long Illness. )fr. Cleveland mlltak.1t"I -
or C. II. Walton ADVOCATE office, by President Cleveland at the request of unfortunate gun accident A letter to the ADVOCATE from Mr.I :
Lent Is now with us, so our hotels I Titusville. Great Britain. The president has Issued by which he nearly lost bis The first telephone line In the county ). 8.' llutchlnson., who lion a yachting

knd boarding-houses may look for a big a proclamation In connection with It. ly was it shattered. of Messrs.Brevard Bobbins has just A Grshain been completed by cruise down Indian River says: "W*

|ush of tourists.A MONET. We want money to loan on first attorneys were at White this week and
City saw
-Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Carter and their -The attention of our and real estate dealers Tltusvllle and It
government nvtice of the change real estate mortgages. Teu percent daughter, Miss Blanche, of Ingram Pa., drawn to the new ad. of Mr. works admirably. The line runs from plenty of quail I shot nine In a short
of all
free lender. Gaulden
II to and could hav
ft Indian River post lights may be seen expenses arrived In town on Monday last, and left, Rumph on our 8th page. their law and real estate offices on Julia time shot a groat many
A Titusville and
Sanders West Palm the
had I not become
excited
the ADVOCATE office. going to dispose of some of more so at
rt the same day for their place at Indian- street along Palm street to their abstract

Miss Lizzie Altree who has been Beach Florida. ola, where they expect to spend a few reduced prices for cash and offices on Pine street; and a Bull telephone sight: no of means so many dead quail. I White visited City the taby
weeks before returning north. While opportunity of Informing has been used In connection with yet.
Ipending!. a few weeks with Mr. and Mrs.. CLOTHING of the best and most fashionable in town they gave us a pleasant call. the fact through the the line. The work was done by Supt. park, and It certainly has not lout all IUbeauty.
| E. Lanouette left here, Monday for There are still 100 farmers and..
kind, at reduced prices, at the ADVOC TJ:. 8. F. Giay, of the Titusville Electric
hanford on her way home to Port Tampa I Eagle Clothing Store. -The South Florida Fair Association : Light Works. gardners White City; they bad their
'Uy. will hold their annual fair at Orlando on Professors Russel A vegetables killed twice but they have

-Mr. Geo. M. Robbins and his mother NOTICE. Laundry No. 1, on Washington March 19, 20, 21, 22 and 23, 1803, and we traveling I prestlglators, gave ; planted again. Beans are just coming ,
(Mrs. M. P. Robbins), and aunt (Mrs.tmsabaugh avenue Is now open. All washing trust the weather will now remain mild ment at the Opera house to Lake Worth Kegatta.<< up and they are setting out tomatoes
for Florida farmers to be audience, Wednesday night. boets and other I had
of Brooklyn N Y.), spent; sent there will be got up In good enough our vegetables. ripe
able to something for display many of their tricks were strawberries to eat while I was In White
rom until the shape and work guaranteed satisfac grow
[ Saturday Monday at Roy- Lake Worth regatta to which the
and floral on the whole the I believe White will make
the .
kl I Polnclana Palm Beach. tory. Polishing a specialty. Family vegetable departments.Mrs. ADVOCATE recently drew attention City. City a
creditable and the
one, for It has
washing at reduced rates. feb8-tf good showing yet some good
After J, I. Mrs. Mrs cam* off on Saturday last. The breeze, "
a serious Illness of ten weeks, Ilaynes Haynes whole were generally working people there.
Master Julius Miss Susie and did unfortunately, was very light and the
Claude Walton has so far recov- WE want to loan first Moulton lielery they saw-or not see.A
now on
did
money In not much
{red as to be able to sit In a chair for a, real Mr. Jas. Pavyer are a jovial party from race consequence cause
Loans
estate. net
khort mortgages on Louis Mo. who Fancy Fair was excitement. The first race was between }'bhlng and Hunting.
while this week; He is now on I St. are now stopping at
lenders ten cent free of all
per expenses. ladles of New club cat-boat and resulted In Commodore -
f be rapid road to recovery El Dora. Captain and Mrs. J. M. Chambers Smyrna, on
Interest paid seml-annually. for the benefit of the Clark's Canvas Back taking the
and family of St. Louis are expected The Ocean House New Smyrna; anil
Mr. Jerome Twichell, of Kansas I Absolute lafet,. Robbing A Graham at the above place next week. An ADVOCATE first prize-a gold medal-and E. II.Dlmlck'i Atlantic House Oak Hill under the proprietorship
[ity, Mo., who has been spending severhi -, Co., Tltusvllle Fla. I Capt. Chambers Is a prominent official ball where the fair l was held: : Billow taking the silver medal. of that well known hunter
I weeks in town left for home on Tues- The outside boats were the sloops Ra-
of Boatman's Bank, St. Louis. being nicely decorated by Mr. Frank Sams are doing a fair business.
"lay. -jult as we were having some very SEE G. B. Rumph's new and fresh goods Sams, Wilson, Adams; mona Hornet and Oriole. They won Both houses are said to set a good
ne and warm weather. just received under contract, made There Is a war OB foot In the North Jones and other ladles. We prizes of 1:l0. ,10 and '5. table; and tourists who are fond of fishIng -
before the freeze sold at the of hate
now being against wearing high by
-Mrs. Geo. B. Whatley and her two I It was very successful and hunting, would do well to stop
10 and 13 cent discount fr entertainments and
per to
edly gotten up owing off at the above places for awhile before
Children, who hue been spending sever-
close cash prices, for cash. One dolls will reach Tltusvllle thus saving many close. Orange UloNxonia on Indian
M 1 days In town the guests of Mr. and worth '1.10 and 11.15. considerable Inconvenience leaving the East Coast. Our representative -
a gentleman
fin. E. B. Savannah lllver, who visited New Smyrna on Monday
Wager returned home to
his head arottnd
the
In for
dodging purpose -Mr. C. U. Bradley our
was Informed that big catches
on Saturday morning last.Mr. Do TOO need shoes or clothing t If you of trying to catch a glimpse of what tion agent, accompanied by flsL,are being mad at that place and at

C. T McCarty of Ankona and: do, Julius Jnh'c I has a bigstock Is taking place. on the stage. In some of her yesterday, for West Mr, Frank Forster, of Orchid was In Oak Hill, where )fr. Hams Is alwaya
Pvhlte City was In Daytona on Tuesday on he Is determined the pUces of entertainment IB London Mr. Bradley has been town on Tuesday and presented the ready to show bis guests th* best huntIng -
Jo make arrangements for the burial ol. to sell cheap for cash. Call and examine high hats are prohibited.Sir post on Lake Worth- ADVOCATE with a Urge bunch of orange and fishing spots. At tb* Oceoa

Plrs. Klrby who died at White City on I his goods.Mr. Ambrose Shea, recently governor ered the next In Importance blpesoms from his grove. This goes to House Mrs. Hams-assisted by Mis*
that all the trees Indian
"Monday his on
vlllle-owing to sterling prove orange
of the Bahamas has arrived in London Sam and )fro and Mrs. Wilson-Is everready
itlver
fitness for It )fro and ) were not damaged by the freeze.
We from Newfoundland where he called to welcome her and make
acknowledge receipt of the new on guests
John McAllister of Eau Gallic, have mad many friends Mr. Forster Informed us that bis orange
home from them feel at home.
bis Nassau. W under
ally *
for the various way
programme smuseInents -
was In town yesterday, stay in Titusville and our trees are as green as ever; they have lost
which de stand It Is not bis Intention to settle
at the Ponce
their leaves and have amount of
much no
takejlace regret departure. any
{.eon, -the palatial Mayor Treutler, of Eau Gallle, was a down yet, as his services are required by ley I* succeeded In orange blossoms on th.m. which may be A Laughable Incident.
J'OtaU of St Augustine-managed by Mr. pleasant visitor to town yesterday.Mr. the Newfoundlanders not In the capacity C. B. Hodgdon who has seen by anyone who feols Interested
B. of to Sir Terranc 0'
Knott. George Pullman and party In a successor Brien. ploy of the company at enough to pay his grove a visit.Itumoni .
however but as a friendly and sympathetic While Messrs. J. Mendel and F. T.
The Right Rev. Wra. C. Gray bishop magBlfictent private car, passed through adviser. several months.Chas. Budge both members of our board of
M the jurisdiction Florida here yesterday afternoon on their way
of Southern ,
Magruder In the county commissioners were visiting a
I.reached, at Daytona on Sunday morning to Lake Worth. )fro Pullman Is president There were so many passenger on week/said- the ADVOCATE from Went Palm lieach. down river neighborhood last week, a
iwt Palace Car Co. the J. T. A K. W '
Pullman train
when aa ADVOCATE: representative of the on Tuesday
"11'* get our shell road by certain prominent citizen of said nameless
*c4 who anxious to make the remainder
others had some difficulty gaining _Mr, Geo. F Paddlsoa paid a business were outlying: districts of Fort It Is rumored that )fr. Flagler will precinct was speaking of the road Inhi
the south the
,-Mlon. So large was the congregaF' and pleasure trip to El Dora last of trip over Flagler Railway Merrill's Island build It bulk a Urge hotel and a number of neat cbborbood, and said: "We would
that the
::a that every available space In theturrh Saturday Be went by way of Oak Hill, landed former their company very, would ka to wait for cottages at West Palm Beach during the bav had a good road If It had not bee

was occupied; In fact, many were and had quite an unpleasant time getting obligingly Flagler Instead passengers of at the tions If we depended upon coming summer, at an aggregate cost of for those a-m fools up there." Ms.
Ue them
& station
pis to gain admission.B there. A strong head wind was blowing to walk from station allowing to the collected from Merrill's :.100,000. If the report U correct It assure Budge, who supposed he referred to

-Mr. Frank Forster, who owns a and both he and )fro J. P. Turner-who This spirit of one friendliness between other.two Drum to pay for the road. lively times for the new Lake certain people In th* adjoining neighborhood .
tu:: task of hIm at El "Would Worth for 1300,0)0 In buildings said "Who do mean7"
body of Improved land at Orchid undertook the landing lines is to be commended.Mr. also says; it nol b* metropolis ; you
I5; *' office la the Narrows section war. town last Tuesday. He had a branch by the time they arrived at their destination. and Mrs. J. T. Stanley of New of Orange county on Feb. bills, or as much as our proposed shell county commissioners.. The worthy

'"all orange tree from his grove at Or- They baa to pole haul and pnsh York, who have been visiting their pineapple pcfce of the question and road would _t. If the rumors are correct citizen of said nameless precinct had not

V.J. which evidenced that very little I Mr. Turners sailboat; and also wade plantation at Jensen and also Robert Morrow that w* West Palm Beach Is to b* congratu realized that there were two of the

'"r\ age has been done to orange In his I through the canal some distance owing spending torn* time at the Royal Polnciana I legislation off th* subject r' lated. It has Indeed a bright future "honorable board" present. Th ADVOCATB -
* i.on by the recent freeze. Th leaves I to the strong wind and tide. )fro Faddi- Palm Beach, returned to Tltusvllle his heart, certainly: If the ahead. It will be the liveliest town In man smiled a quiet smile awl

I were perfectly fresh and and they I son who returned to Eau Gallie on Monday on Tnedy.and left the following day want the road, why don't the stat next summer and Station changed the subject as abruptly M possible
ll.2 Were loaded with green bloom. )fro Mid the enjoyable time he had had for Jacksonville. From there they will gether and alt down on th* Agent Bradley who leave Tltusvllle for but decided the Incident was too

:ter Is on* of the lucky men who will i after landtag at El Dora fully compensated go to Magnolia Springs, the mountains they do want It, and w* : : : West Palm Beach with th* regrets of good to keep out of print.

I I "t orange to ship next winter and I for ih rough time be bad getting of Ten___ and other place en route rill s Island friend Is one of many friends, will{ certainly hav* bis Verily a county commissioner !. mot

II I return will b* fine. the.... borne. We acknowledge a pleasant. calL minority. StHl.w* way b* hand* full of business at bis new home. without honor MV. away from homo










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It la a well understood rule that.(where ha v*ilu noble grove of cocoanut tree Clyde Steamship Co

Spanish padre built a 'mlsaka,' where and |t.yal palms absolutely uninjured,

the fur trader built a 'post,1 or whereour while all such tree a idegr north o f

army established a 'fort,' Is almost the bay have their 'beautiful fronds

.Invariably the sight of a city Utter on scorched by the dying breath of oU Dorea : d

1 The time to build a city at Biscayne Day during each great freer In Florida.

i it baa, thank to II. M. Flagter come, On the shore of Biscayne Bay a horn /r0 ..

after a long watt can be surrounded by all the glades o f 0

""In Florida we'fhav 'Fort Brook,' the tropic and never be even singed b;, )

(Tampa), 'Fort Ring (Ocala), 'Fot frost The recent freeze prove that

Meyers,' 'Fort Mead,' 'Fort Mason" this can be said of no place north of C

(Kustls), 'Fort Oatlln,' (Orlando), 'Fort New river at least. That there I* n o .f

Mellen,' (Sanford), and so on down the local.cause for disease I* plain to anyone

list, a* the new countries are opened up] who wishes to Investigate and there I II

v+ierT.'. and populated. The city does not always absolutely no suspicion of malaria. New Y or Charleston: and Florida Lit>

grow at the precise spot where "Blscayne enjoy In summer a temper PURELY VEGETABLEDr.

the .old 'fort' stood; generallysome ature more delightful than Is possible at Pierce' Pleasant Pellets The magnificent Steamships of this Line are
the slte\ and holds It north of It and only found at
one grabs any place
Ifr. & A. LrftberXoiimorne They're a compound of refined pointed to sail as follows :
Ohio. I out erf reach until the city Is built and point further south, and enjoying the concentrated botanical extract
and
S. C. Both
Charleston
then sells It for a farm, but the town delightful 'trades' which blow ten These tiny ugar-coated Pellet*- Calling at Ways

Terrible Misery springs up and ,.ta'Ion the nearest month In the year from the southeast. the smallest and the easiest to take New York, (11'(0'1:01'1.1)1Frnm : : From .1.."......

available spot not monopolized."The blowing squarely on our shore which and permanently cure (Pier 29, E. R.) STEAMER 'Jarl"'on I ..
Rheumatism absolutely Monday, Jan. 2ft, at 3.00 p ui......CHEROKJ.E.Vtennesday .. Sunday, "e ,.
Helpless With reason for this Is plain to the trends northeast and southwest Steam Constipation, Indigestion? Sick and ha t, at p m...... hEMASSEE :: ..Tuesday, : :!'J

and Without AppetiteTired well pouted town founder. The early Is superflous when the water Is almos Bilious Headaches, Dizziness Bi Monday Friday, Feb." 1 4,, at at S..on p p m m: ...ALOONtlt'IN..SEDfI\OLE..SueJay.:. :Thursday, :: I 1.:1

Feeling and Pain Dispelled pioneers explore the country thoroughly al'aYllalr either way up'or down our ious Attacks, and all derangement I rI'da1' :: 6 at p m. IlNt'OIS :.'.Tuesday:: :: 12 t
and : 5: at a.00 p m: : ('HEROKEE Thursday, N,1: ,,
by Hood's Saraparllla. They learn from the natives the beet shore, and this makes our bay of the liver, stomach, and bowels. Monday, 11, at 3.1$ pm.Wednesday ...... YEMASSEl..Sunday, \ran.
-f wu In terrible misery with rheomatlsm tonj point of strategy; the most easily reached among the thousand of lovely islands They cure permanently, because : M, at Lie p m. .AUJOMJl .:':.Tuesdav, .. 'It M L'
: .
: ..... HKMI.XlLE. Thursday,
Friday, IA, at 300pm.Monday 'I
hips and lower Umb I read 10 much from the greatest extent of country, and south nf lUll, the very paradise of ama- they act naturally. They don't : 18, at 8.00 p m."" .. IRiNjrom.. Sunday, :: ". It III t I.
bout Hoed' BariapaHlla that I thought like 22, atsonpmMonday :: : . no people who follow are as well acquainted teur sailors. A fatal accident I Is impossible shock and weaken the system, Friday t ;
relieve .. Sunday, Mar.
would try It and tee U It would IM. 2H, at 3 00 p in.Wednesday ALHNt1I'IN. I 6
When I commenced I could not lit up nor even with the natural advantages as when the water Is warm, transparent the huge, old-fashioned pills. And : 27, at S00: p m.: .SEMINULE..Tuesday: : ::I W

torn over tn bed without help. 0.. bottle U the priests, traders and trapper, or the as the atmosphere, and so shallow, they're more effective. One little -

Hood' Relieved Me army officers, who learn the topographical though enough for all smaller craft, the Pellet for a corrective or laxative Philadelphia and Jacksonville Line|

so much that I wai lOOn out of bed and eooM feature* perfectly before they establish Inexperienced sailor who makes a (flu.r -three for a cathartic.They're .
walk. I bad alfo felt weak and tired all the of It overboard and right hh the cheapest pills you can Weekly sen-Ire between Jacksonville and Philadelphia, calling at hnrlmtnn .,,
a 'fort or centre operations. pat, can jump "Bowden" 'ointed to sail foil.
time could not sleep, and obtained .o little rest fast freight Steamships "Oneida" and are aj>| as M.
at night that IU'lt.,1 worn out In the morning.Ihadno '. Is a fact that the great ral1rol\
eat anything, but lined aHood'sCures follow the old wagon roads and water "The recent disastrous freezes In Flow or your money i* re January 20th.ONEIDA.. .. ... .. Friday shaft

courses. There are certain rules under this the favorable turned. You pay only for the good Saturday, February 2nd. . . .BOWDEN.. . . Friday. Kelmur
: made most
: Ida has you get. Saturday, February 9th. .. . ONE1DA. . . Friday, Februan
who have founded
stood by those successful time for many years to urge the claim Saturday, February lath.BOWDEN.. . . Friday Februw
Baiiapartlla restored my appetite 10 that I towns, and they so seldom fall of Blscayne. Those who known Florida For and cure Saturday, February Hd..ONEinA. . ... . Fii l.i>. 31uc
could cat without any dUtresi, and I hare a perfect permanent
gained rapidly In itrength. I hare taken fire that they can be depended upon In makIng for thirty years or more have seen free of Catarrh, take Dr. Sage' Catarrh --
bottles of Hood's SarsaparllU and I am aa wellMerer. a location for a city, have
either of those we
." Mm.8.A.LEFIHEHKossmoyneO.: : zes as severe as Remedy. Its proprietors offer $50 St. Johns lliver Line
"In 1801 purchased a 40-acre lot near passed through and know that their! reward for an incurable case.

Hood' Pill cur liver till, constipation, the mouth of the Menomlnle river In effects were about the same. It is true
killoiuness,Jaundlos tick bndache.lDdlluU6D. For Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate Points !
and offered
Wisconsin, proposed a city that two great freezes In one winter wa ,

the first town lots but found no buyers.A known in Florida before and the St. Johns River.
never
SOCIETIES, ETC deners If they could have each a carloadof .
few years later a town began to grow hence this I Is the best time ever seen to
The Iron lide Wheel Steamers
Elegant -
and other
blooming tomato plants
nnder the auspices of Hon. Isaac Stephenson elect a region not subject to them.
Free and the greatest lumberman In the advanced plants to fill the places made .'OXTY 017 J'AOnSON"VXLLE: ; ,eCA1'T.

world, and to-day It Is a fine city 01 "Those who wish to grow tropIcal waste by cold. For example, a car will ,v, A. SHAW,.
Accepted Masons travel south until, the ,
plants can now
carry 0,000 good plants, at $1 per thousand -
v 15,000 souls, (Marinette, Wisconsin). I
place Is reached where such vegetation the grower In the open air 1s well "FEt.ED':: DoBA.X1.Y,"
five too
:: was"In 1807 year I saw the soon.possibilities of a shows no damage from frost and there paid, and 60cts will handle and haut CAl-T. T. W. LIJIW, JR.
Ind they can stop where mangoes pineapples -
TIme
town at Fort Mellon, in Florida, and In them to any station In North Florida. Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville, daily except Saturdsy.a' 8:30 p. m"and fn s II.
River .1Fd" 'j Fla. 1870 mapped and sold the first Iota In : and all such fruit are uninjuredIn The time Is not far distant when one I dally except Sunday,at .:00 a.m.
Lodge, No. 90 have
the winter of 1894-05. They
Sanford, ft-4 of a mile from the 'fort.' thousand carloads can be sold In North 80'D.. S'HEDtu: l AURRflid'
never been and never can be Injured. 4
Holds Its meetings the second and fourth Friday I published a prospectus of the city and ern Florida and bring $100,000 to Biscayne .Jacksonville. .

.of_at earth T 31c P nwath, m. at the Court house,Titusvllle. predicted what has been realized. San depended Where they upon have that been the Injured same thing It can occurred be. ; for at no point north of the Bay :rye i. r: :: :::::::::::::::::::::::::...Palatka.......:::::::::::::::::;::::::: Leavd' I to.

J. MINDx4, B. H.RAY ford I II today a large and prominent can the winter be depended upon to .. 4.30 a. m. .... ...................8t. Francl..................... .. ... .. 13.
See. w. k. town. Borne of friends In Florida In 1808, 1870, 1880 and 1886, and propogate tender plants In the open air. .. 11.30 a. m.-............ ........... Iteresford ................... ........ .. II.A'rt. .

were amused when my I distributed will again at similar Interval so long as Let us hope that Mr. Flagler will loon : .. 600 5.30 a s.m, m: :::::::::::::::.::::::::.Sine.Sanford.Spring s.:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: I 115 L.:

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. : my Florida lasts. Do not believe the chronic his railroad to the beautiful to '.211 a. m. ...........................Enterprise... ...................... IJI
ot the proposed city of Sanford complete
map ;;
Seminole Lodge, No.M.bold. It. meetings at liar who tells you that the freeze was
the Court house, the Rnt four Thursday evenings those who took my advice made money,. hundred mile Bay. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jackson
two
of each month,at I.'clock p.m. "In 187 I saw the possibilities of a more severe one or M. H.CLYDE:,A.T.M., F.M.IBOHMOHGEB Ja.. Fla rats.ARt,
8. D. GCIOEB, C. L. HOBJM south of his home or grove. A great ILACK-DRAUGHT tea 5 Bowling Green,New York. gg West Bay St.JacluusiUTHIO.
( jam cures Constipation.
Fort Mason the lakes
C. C. K. of R. i 8. city near on large many of these people do not know any .O.EOOIR,T. M., JMO.L.HOWABD, Fla.Fr't Agt.,

settled a great number of people In the better, but as a general thing such statement his I Bowling Green,New York. Foot Hogan St.,Jackustft I
The of Is
king Belgium spending
INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. surrounding country, and In 1880 laid willful to A.J Colt General Passenger Agent, J.A.LESLIK:,Sur>erlntentl iit,
told with
out and sold the first business lot In are a purpose own fortune and that of his sister largelyfor Bowling Green New York. Foot Hogan St.. .clK..i.
Drill at the
Armory over county Jail every deceive. D. D. C. MIXK, O. F. A., 12 South .
tnd and 4th Tuesday evening In the month,at Eustls, the prettiest cltln Florida. At the benefit of the Congo Free StateIn : Delaware Avenue,Philadelphia.WM.
I o'clock. "Ordinary gray frost are freaky and Africa. P. CLTDK: tit CO., General Agents,
A.T. FlASTta,Captain.C1IVIICIIES. the same time I projected and founded often seeming anomalies occur, ordinary; 11 So. Delaware ..Y..Philadelphia. 5 Bowline Oren,Reel
the beautiful of Mount Dora.
village
light frosts falling In pots, while further Pure rich blood Is essential
"In 1889 I went to the Indian territory to good
north local protection prevents, but health, because the blood Is the vital Savannah Florida & Western
laid out, founded and established when the cold wave comes, then ordi- old, which supplies all the organs with Railiij

EPISCOPAL CHURCH.Itrvloes the prosperous city of El Reno (whose narlly 'frost proof spots have little ad. life. Hood's Sarsaparilla Is the great In Effect
blood January 27, 1805.Sliort .
Is due to pUI'IOer.IIood'l
the let and 3rd Sundays In each pretty name my familiarity vantage over other places In their Isotherm -
month, at 11 a m.and IJU p. m. Sunday school with the Castlllan), four miles from the "'V
every Sunday at auto Evening prayer at and latitude alone can be dependedupon. nycroStil Lino.X .
I p. m. on e da i."i.t service every fort This was dOM one week after the Pills are purely vegetable,
Friday at 10 a. m. boom when It that larmless, effective do not pain or gripe.
Rev B. F. Snows, Rector. great was supposed "Consult the diagram of the weather Six Through Fast Express Trains Daily, 4
all the cities of the territory bad been
bureau and you will at once see that durIng The highest price ever paid Oliver
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. already projected and peopled. But I all freezes there Is a difference of Wendell Holmes for a poem was $000, The Savannah, Florida & Western Railway the direct and most popula
every Sabbath,at II and t*p.m. saw the mistake of the great 'boom'town I
Ia'ba::::school at..30 a. in, Chrlntlan I k.u: vor meeting at can meeting. founders, and In the face of power

Wedneeiiay attend. at 1 Ray: W.p.All T.m.are VCALK eordlalIZlnvlt.Jto ,I 1 actor. ful opposition my town depopulated all 13 northern degrees and at Jacksonville extreme southern Is 10 at Florida.Eustls, eulogizing Garfield. FZ OR:: :=: : :c A .,

rivals and It Is now certain to be the William T. Adams (Oliver Optic), one And Is the
- 29 degrees at Jupiter, 40 at Biscayne Only Through Car Line to all Principal Points
METHODIST CHURCH. capital of the State of Oklahoma."I of the most popular story writers of the
Uy[ and 50 degree at Key West, and North
United States is East
Hervloea, at Tltusvllle every tint and third now seventy-three years and W"est.
have been Identified wit the establishment
Baldwin at II a. m. andTu. in.) U..hoen.onll the lighter the frost In the northern part old. lIe has written 120 books besides
Sabbath at It a. m. and 7 p. is.; Mlms, fourth of towns and colonies In Florida Trains for *
of the state the the proportionate WaycroBII, ThomMV"le Si
Sabbath at II a. m. and 1 p. m.| l.alrange, greater many short stoiies.How's. Montgomery, New Orleans,
fourth Sabbath at 3 p.m. rrayer meeting every In California and the provinces, but difference. A frost often visits Louisville, Cincinnati and St Louis leave Jacksonville at 8:20 a. m. and D30F: I
Thursday night at Tltusvllle, at T do o'clm-k. of less Trains for Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga Chicago
W.II.8T&I..ItVItI&, Importance. None have 'been Northern Florida when we feel no changeof the West leave Nashville, Cincinnati,
This Jacksonville at 8:SO a. m., and 8 30 m
Pastor. and
failures I have been
never a
party at West and
temperature Key very Trains for Savannah, Charleston, Richmond 'Valblngton, rhiladelpbn
,
to a town on paper that did not becomea the official New York, leave Jacksonville
little at Take report 7:30
UUcayne.
BAPTIST CHURCH. L m., 11:01: a. m. and 6:20 p- m.
We offer One Hundred Dollars
town In reality, anywhere.I and south till reward For time cards, maps, etc., call on local
Preaching every flrst second and fourth Bundays. as your guide go you for any case of Catarrh that cannot be agents, or address
Prayer Meetings every. Tuesday eveningat have been looking forward for 25 find the cocoanut trees unhurt and the cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. D. W. WRENN, W. M. DAVIDSON. Gen. rl18l. Ag'.

at T o'clock.o'clock. lIoni".I.: .every Friday Sunday evening at10a.m. years for the time to be propitious to people shipping tomatoes during and! J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo, O. ras. Traffio Manager, Savannah, Ga. Jacksonville, ri

All are:' IJi'iIZ: : attend.B. push a town on the shore of Biscayne after the great frosts of 1804-05, and that We, the undersigned, have known F.
A. GEIOE. Licari
J.[ Cheney for the last 15 and
liar. In none of the towns where 1 was years, believe -
place; will not be found much north ol him honorable In
perfectly all
business
CATHOLIC CHl.'RCIl.Be"I..e. In at the beginning have I seen such a fort Lauderdale, where from sea or land transactions and financially able to SouthernRailway'
at 10 a. m.every Sunday, In ball over b
Indian River State Bank. Children's catechism promising future as Blscayne. Thereare you can see the majestic cocoanut palms carry out any obligations made by their
at I p. m. three great reasons. It Is a seaport Irm. "
;
that have never been Injured by cold
RET.J. r.O'BoTLB,Rector.Y. .
Is the most healthful spot on earth and since WElT A TRUAX, Wholesale Druggists, OJ\
they were planted, nearly sixty Toledo, O. '
M. C. A. the must agreeable and delightful climate rears ago. VALDISO, KIXXA A: MARVIN, Whole r--

The regular Sunday afternoon prayer meetingof of which any knowledge exists "I have one hundred dollars Invested sale Druggists, Toledo, O.
the Y, M.C. A. will be belt every Sunday: When railroads reach It It must becomethe In the frost-bitten for at Biscayne Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
one
region -
afternoon, at the
S.aop. m. at
PrMbvtvrlan'
church until further notice. great central point on the mainlandfor acting directly upon the blood and mucous -
Bay but the truth Is what the ABSOLUTELY
surfaces of the system. Testlmonals THE SHORTEST ROUTE
0- _ the enormous traffic In the products lome-seeker wants, and I am sorry It Is sent free. Price 75c. per bottl,. .-........................-...-..........-.......-.-
of these tropical seas. It Is so much as It I.. I am not tired of the central Sold by all druggists
BISCAY: nJ\y. nearer the West Indies than any other THROUGH
of the however PULLMAN
portion peninsula, nor DRAWING ROOM CARS
possible rival that Biscayne can have no do I wish to see It neglected as I have ,

Interesting Facts Itesnectlnff It. competitor when Its peculiar advantages spent nearly half my life time helping to Edisee's Feb COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS.

The following article are known and available still believe It will be
very Interesting develop it I a There 1 THOROUGHFARE TRAM
probably no other
U from the able pen of Col. John A. "The time to buy In a town t Is when It great country. I have not changed my where so much and so curious country betting COACHES. VEST IBULED

MacDonald, who U well known all over I II first projected, before transportationor mind In the least In regard to any secloo take place a* in the United State Esecially .

the state railroads come. When these thingsare of Florida as I hate seen freezes It this the case at election time. WITHOUT CHANGE TO ALL POINTS NAMED\

"On the shore of Bay Biscayne and on assured, when It become easy to before and never claimed that all FlorIda Wizard Edison It i* said, made his first I

the main land of Florida, opposite Cape reach, any 'tenderfoot' can come on a had a tropical climate but It has unusual experiment in electricity u the

Florida Inlet, U destined to be one of Pullman. Then the greatest safe advance other advantages and many, over any remit of a bet He wa a telegraph operator North wad 2t. North was c1ALL

the great cities of our ttat. The ball ls passed In the first purchasesone country north of It, and u soon al< and the lunches of the boy were TUlIII
carried in tin into DAILY ti..w zel..r
well situated for a large town. It U hundred dollars to one are often through train are run to 'Tropical made their way cans, causing which much roaches trtw.' ..w ALL TRAINS DAILY n.. w j

nearly one hundred miles from the nearest made, and when railroads come two to Florida,' hundreds of carloads of plants at mealtime. Various method kicking were JLy .cny111e, F.G&P_,, s s5 am 15 pm L.. Jscksonville. re. al'.. a io pm n
town on the north and one hundredand one Is considered good. will be 10 N e W p m ly.rett t r1 C I
shipped from Biscayne to all Vied to get rid of them, and finally Edison ('olssbt I is Dm le t. pot 1e, klaoos,, Seethes." 1sT. ,
fifty mile from Key West-the only "It would require a large volume to points north every winter after danger made a bet that he would suppress Ae. (a.rlou., scab M a ee pm a % a m Attain, 4 If nwn.htnon t
town south of Florida. With set out all the them. The P e w as Chao. 5 ii es ,
Cape an advantage Biscayne of frost has passed, tomatoes can b* next day the dinner can halNepq I".aaaa pa CnMnnat b C. ... t
Immense territory of available land and naturally has as a place for a city, so I grown; till they are In bloom, a car will were piled in a heap, and the wizard ; : 11 eZ so u 11 3oe b w At, If Ol s' YAr.

the finest climate on earth to back It up, cannot In this short letter, more than hold enough to plant ten acre and the placed around them a circle of narrow pmam a airs/ntna.bas Ootl hkLesrs. ta

this region will sustain one hundred call attention to a few forth Florida gardener can have a certainty tin foil ribbon about an inch wide, and A.bevuls, sotbr.. ,, M Ar." wmphi. K.C lt. a. 10 0o poi t t s'
as Ean.as e es r
about a of inch Uty,
thousand people from agriculture alone, 'First, Biscayne I* situated far enough of spring vegetable before any similar quarter circle, and an then he away another

and large city must In time grow up south to be true from freezes at all time, competitor north of Florida. This will both with the current The oanseqvenoewa connected For full lnform.Uo. apply, to any Agent 01 this sreat gaited?

on the short of Biscayne Bay so for those who wish to escape cold, not Interfere with the gardener at Biscayne that every roach in trying to get to System or Its connection

"In 1834 or 1637 a city was laid out at and for health or comfort It ls the Mflui who ship from ,the middle of the cans placed himself with his hind r. A. ,

Cape Florida, and one at the mouth of ultra of the United State As to November till the first of April; they do legs on one pole (or piece of foil) and ow.u.TURK.,.. .... Co A. BENSCOCOTER S. H. HARDWICK,

tU Miami river on the shore of Biscays comfort, It Is even better than the Islands not care to compel after that time with his fore leg on the other thus com pie'- atT P":' Ac..... Ns'ta Os9 1
WasiCOTON ..
>e Bay; but those foundations further south; In winter, because Northern Florida. Growing plant will tog the circuit and rolling over dead. C. "OIlVILLI, TI.....

thowgh laid with a great foresight and the bay It sheltered from all cold wind be i a source of profit to them and an enormous like The bet wa won, and the dead piled nn \Ve D. ALLEN

understanding of the future of the country I by the great pine forest to the north and profit to our whole (tat*. What an Irish fence. ,

were half a century too early, But west Biscayne U far enough south to a blessing It would be now to our gao Try Il lei-DilueNT tea for Dypp... Florida Passenger Ages

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dare prepared to meet all Competition of either Jacksonville or Tit ill Write and
if
u.SY e. us see ve' do not sell'! yon tile


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rofessional Cards.! "i iD.-- dining room quite'obmpTeieraaJ VepIeWwith A. FROSCHERtUnc


at .. ROBBim. WALTCB S.OBABAK. _Bare ,""I"erW4 the weeptaf rose."Ok were every placed comfort in the sitting Twtoailk; room onshion for Al* rtaker & Embalmer,

>BBIK3 A GRAHAM, tear Be Bet from tale dear towed tingulsbed vests to ail oo. 'VILLE.rLORIDA. THE WALTON RAPID
Here ban> dwelt'In tu ..* b wet ( CALKING MACHINE
Bete nave I stews from h4 to Bav_| "Ah," said I to my errant, "bat do A full, supply of Coffins, Cases and

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Rue M ae .. mj boom repose""weep yon not think thai I shall need,son* Ceeketaoahand. Funerals attended If
?" to desired All orders promptly executed Patented In the United States, Great DrlUte and Canada.
O rosel"1 thing more as my European-wind
lc* HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., set wUapeeed low. at reasonable Orders
tele-
and2to4pm. "Ill t.k.lbee 5 a.aeavealr tee*. what I had purchased seemed somewhat prices. by

brrnBviLU, Brevard Co., Florida. fly Upon bentr my eweetaeart's alkali ta tantwe ewellUf grow.bria" .t insufficient to furnish a It roomed pam OB nail promptly attendetUto. B Use bj some of the Principal Boat Bonders. the United States.Tl'R'SYILI.K .

lBoI.106.: I house _
[ll practice In aU the courts-elate and fed '; happy." sighed the emlllnt reee. "No, sir" said be-te his broken Rug.blab : Tie Glob Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia,

radiant eyei iipom me Vend.Ber "real Japan gentleman has no fur- FLORIDA.
<1.1! facilities for examining: and perfect-
breath and mine ta blend.
niture. Upon which I began to feel
ad Itlet. -l
1 feel the throbbing of her ; Mannfaetnm of the inset Perfect Reliable
Money to Loan. Oh, never tear 11.1 two apart I IB.re rather sorry to hare emulated the "Ja- and Kronomlral Launch Motor In the market
Still II I wouldgo (toes every time and continues te f:o. >o crank --- -- -- ---
f -- -
through life's bloom world repose"clemeet pan gentleman. thought to tnrn tostart. ----- ---- --- -- ------ -- ------
[EORGE w. MORTON, Clifford la New York Ledger. on for the tan of the thing and HKNJ. W. JEROME,

though I must confess" I went round Belling Agent WE
NOTARY PUBLIC, BANK BOOKKEEPING.A Liirle, Fla. 1; i; t -
:
al"lr't
look
my new abode my rooms did not Catalnfnea and prlcee on n.

riarwood," .' Canaveral, '. Florida. Perfect System Neve Baa and May overfnrnished, I decided to make the ------ DELIVERA
Never Be Developed. beet of what I had got It is astonishing i

Conveyancing carefully executed. The cashier of a prominent up town with how little one can do if one W H HARTLEY Piano or Organ

tds, mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., bank says that inch a thing as a perfect tries and bow much better penury Is ,

blank on hand. system of bookkeeping has never been than profusion. When a couple of days
Watchmaker & Jeweler
devised and probably never will be. had elapsed I almost began to feel thatI ,, AT YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD>> STATION, with compete outfit, subject

"When think of it," he said "book. had furnished my house too richly I I eIVRTOFFICE to approval after a trial In your own IIOIIHO, No money ""I|uliP JONES yon ,
S.
fINOR keeping is simply a question of mental I could certainly have done with a deal Kl'll.ItlNO, I thoroughly niUUflecl.! Our prices are an low ns any house In the Unltuil States and
our terms reasonable
are so
le Fortnightly Review. anyone ran purchase and pay for an Inntrumcnt.
ATTORNEV-AT-LAW. ingenuity. What one brain can devisein New lllYl'nn, Florida.
The Celebrated
the of safeguards another brain CONOVER. I
TCSVILLE BREVARD CO. FLA way undo in THE WIFE OF MASCAGNI. :O-: The Renowned FISCHER. fl PIANOS.
[ can usually speaking a general
The Beautiful I
SCHUBERT
The in condemningthe Watch & Jewelry Repairing a Specialty
[County Judge of Brevard County. way. daily papers Story of the Origin of the Famone Opera, And KINCSBURY. t
banks because of the moderat /,al. "Carallrrla Bnntleana.
overlook &y Mall Orders Promptly Attendedto. Vocation Aeollon, Farrand &. Votey CHICAGO
arles paid to bookkeepers avery COTTAGE
All the world now knows the story of Jive me a trial. {Seventeen' years
OACLDE: J. T. SANDERS: important fact The banks pay the "Cavalleria Rnsticana"-how it wan experience In the Elgin; and Waltham ORGANS.

Notary. market rates to expert bookkeeper!, submitted to a musical friend, who watch factories. Ilrass and small Instruments Music and Hooks, Write us; we will save you
'AULD EN A: SANDERS, which are anywhere from $1,800 to f 3- promptly pronounced it "rubbish;" how money.

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 200 a of:year.men An can almost be obtained unlimited at number those. MaRcagni despondently entered it in the Tlio "' \.... ]3. Cniuplx'll.JACKSONVILLE. Co..
competition for the prize of 2,000 francs THE J. S. JOHNSON CO.
nil practice In all the Courts of the State would
t-:lorlda,and the United State Courts.O. figures, and paying more money ($400) offered by the musical publishersof FLORIDA.
Box,239. T1TC9VILLE, FLA.Money not make the banks a bit safer, for the Milan; how he accepted the prize ns
to Loan. 18 simple reason that men of strong mental a windfall beyond tho wildest hopes of Manufacturers -

powers, great business capacity and unswerving a man who with wife and two children, KETTNG FISHING TACKLE Twines Etc; John B Stetson University Drugs
I DWELL TITUS, integrity are not as a rule, was existing on 2}{ francs a day, vritei. ,

content to be mechanical bookkeepersin Olive May Eager in an interesting -): ALL RINDS (:- IeLnnd, Florida.For Patent Medicines
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. large institutions. I do not, of course, sketch of the wife of the famous Italian

mean to disparage bookkeepers in any in The Ladies' Home Journal Nets and Seines Made to Order
ractlce In State and Federal courts. Land composer
Ixith Scars r<>lli> Normal Sohiml.Arailmny .
es a specialty. Attorney for Board of way."The The subsequent furore In Rome was o Plain and Fancy Fishing Tackle, es Art Hrhnul amt| i ('nnwrratory orMnnlfl. Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles
lOt)' Commissioners, and County Solicitor. point is that the men who make revelation and in answer to a telegramhe pecially for Florida Trade. An Institution of that rank raotiltynft

| ). Box 84 TITUSVILLE, FLA. good bookkeepers are unimaginative, re- hurried to the capital in his usual for Fishermen's heauby nlv tvarnvn.itxain, lighted Hvvnn l>elegant)r nlwtrlrlty.:tiuililltiEs: : Ildand Kept constantly on band at
liable and steady going persons, who negligee-in fact, his only dresa the Depot Supplies add;: water baths: Thoroughly: eiiti||>|>eil
gvamaelum. I 10 arOoent nf I1i .l l Culture.lth
influenced ambition, ) <*
not by great
are clumsy handiwork of a village tailor. 121 South Street, .. Military Drill for young men l.lltrary 01 J. B.
FREEMAN HALL, and who do not aspire to lofty places. It Apparently a simple, countrified young 6IUI'tlhlllle... tytaillnii room, with all IxaillnKuprliHllrals Scroven'sDItUO
is not required of a bookkeeper that he before eprOM-ft{ :> Baltimore. Md. and dally and ".....111''IH.ra.! | ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, fellow he appeared on the stage ThiinniKhly "IIIII'I.t| rhnnlital anil I'iliy>lnallalHiratnrles. BTOIti
shall have very high mental qualifications that immense and enthusiastic audience Ro'I"r.| ..ullcllnK( fur Miwlo and
TTOVIUK, FLORIDA. as bookkeeping is now conductedin Art Nrhnswlthertlet.f| | mUhlUlitHt n>|mtatInn -
cheered him all the
which more In charge, Hwnnd term > Itnvinlxrft. Also
W. L. DOUGLAS < |wns the latest Newspapers, Period!*
Agency for Fire and Accident Insur- onr big institutions. Each man has a that he was awkward, bewildered even : INIH.' Nand for catalogue, lying full Information oats, etc.1"III"nI11Ile.
In the best stipulated amount of work of a stereotyped The transition ,toJOIN
ice and strongest com stupefied at the reception. S3 SHOErITeD. BlEST. F. FOR1IKR, ITeslilnnt.W .
,sies.ISCAYNB. nature to do. He has of course was too great, and he felt his brain roi* A KINO.

enough ingenuity to swindle, if he reel. Sympathizing, admiring faces ;. CORDOVAN.tsCNaLNAMCIILO CALF.3.VPOLICE.3SOLU..; Orange and Lemon

BAY, DADE COUNTY.W. chooses to do see Anybody who believes crowded about him, but something of I ; 4$310Fist CALnKANGARDt\ H Land For Hale, Cliran.
d GLEASON & CO
that a perfect system of bookkeepingcan ,
SWAN his everyday life, something more restful ,
U., S. COMMISSIONER. be devised must also believe that it he must have:! and that speedily. I have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland

Publlo would be impossible to counterfeit Rushing home after the performance he tZ' [//j's. ATTOUNnVS IN LAN CAHi:8.: on St. Lode river, a few miles below
Notary State at riNK<
Large. The Bank of England has been XTMA Eden; 40 of which being northeast
money. telegraphed for his wife and also dispatched /
I Lands e ; ode, held marvel for and [ 2. 11BOVS'SCHOOlSHoEl'LADIrs. quarter of northeast quarter of section
soliCt deyAddress up as a many years an incoherent letter imploringher TITLES TO SPANISH (iRANTS EXAMINED
(orrespondence : it is secret that that institution 18, township 38, south of range 41 east;
:yet no to the children and come to .
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove pick up ..2.9.z..7-! AND PERFECTED.
was swindled in the most complete '3. Naol the other 40 Is the northeast quarterof
Office Ewan's his aid without delay. 8s10Vl.v
Landing. southeast quarter of section 3,
manner for many years before it was She came at once-a plain, quiet : g N1t'i: ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RESURVEYS township 3H, south of range 41 east
and conservative
The
out. most
found important body who during those tedious :yearsof ..teCKTONMUJ.Over The above land can be bought for $10
FORGE W. ALLEN, commercial agencies and financial One Million Peopl.wear the OBTAINED
seclusion and hardship, had deteriorated per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple,
institutions in this city and London in appearance and had lost the W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 ShoesAll Defective Homestead and Pre orange, lemon or lime growing

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, have lost money through their employees worldly veneering of her younger days, our hoes are equally satisfactoryThey Entries Corrected and Perfected-Emptlon Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for
and the Credit Lyonnaise in cftHli. This land ,,'II1.oon be worth f.'O;
but nevertheless a true hearted helpmeetfor give the best value for Claim. before the
adjusted Depart.ment
Icy West, Florida. France, where bookkeeping is said to an agitated, fame stricken man. ThelrwadegquentI.esr.sn.rrp..sad.The They equal custom Shoes In r.i.tTt.: at Wanhlngton. per acre.

have boon carried to the very highest That night she sat in a private box listening prices are uniform,_..(.mptd en ale Correspondence solicited. Apply to C. H. Walton, ADVOCATE:
pVill practice in the United Stated point of safety, was completely upset bya to the wonderful strains and still Prom >| to '3 caved ever other makes olllce; or to Robbins A: Graham, Tltusvllle .
[, State Courts. 9jun05R. \ number of clerks two years ago who more wonderful enthusiasm weepingtears If your dealer cannot supply you we Call bold br EAU GALLIE, FLA *tf

had no difficulty whatever in hoodwinking of the CEO. B. RUMPH
joy throughout performanceand --- --- -- -- -- -- ---------- ---
\ B. L. WILLS, the experts and pocketing the bank'smoney. clapping wildly] with the rest upon
."-New York Sun. the appearance of tho new geniaL Titusvllle\ Florida &
The Florida Central peninsular Railroad
PHYSICIAN A: SURGEON, Who Invented the GuillotlneT Mot Today. Printing of all kinds done at the

ITUSVILLE It is now certain that neither Dr. J. ADVOCATE office.
FLORIDA. An English lady traveling in New
I L Quillotin, who is said to have died Zealand waxes enthusiastic; over the I* the Shortest and Quickest Route Between Florida and Northern
OFFICE:-Hutchinson Avenue, near the instrument which has a name
"ie upon beauties of the country, especially in its Points, East and Vest '
Indian River
hotel. so strikingly like his own, nor Dr. J.
mountainous parts. She tells a funny
B. V. Guillotine, who has also been the TourIst Points In Florida and the and
little story about the sharp wittod driver InPoor Reaches Principal great Hunting
the credit of being its Inventor,
given
of the public coach in which she made
,T W. EIGHTY, was the designer of the French instrument some of her expeditions. Fishing Grounds,

known of to have capital been punishment in use in Italy It at is At one point where the steep road Its Course Is Through the Most Prosperous Settlements, over the High yHealUiy
Davis
the
the
overhangs river. driver
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, least 600+ :years before the time of eitherof always took the opportunity to lightenthe Ridge Land, Among tbe Bust Lands, the Finest Lakes,

the gentlemen mentioned and was load for his horses. and the Mont Diversified Scenery In the State.Tills .

Tierce instrument used for inflicting .
fort Florida. the recognized
"Gentlemen," be would say in an ,, line Is now KM miles In length, of which
the death penalty in Sootland insinuating tone, "the Prince of Wales 00 eew 5' 6M Is la fkirlUa.. The new eateiulon .betweenkUvannah
fifteenth and sixteenth and Jarkwnvllle, which has bean
during both the sy.
always gets oul and walks here. Healthmeans sr running low the peel forma an alr-llne tIwmn .
centuries. Conradin of Bnabla was executed Columbia I I rI. sod Jacksonville
[URN ASPINWALL, It is to be presumed that he had usually I
by such a machine at Naples in found his "fares" quite ready to us.' ria.,making this the

the year 1263 and that it was before in use the in follow in the footsteps of so distinguished so much more than e. W Shortest and Quickest Route
France more than 100 years
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE. a predecessor but one day.
:
time of Dr. J. L Onillotin is proved by imagine-serious and between Florida sal the 1fol1h-.bether' for
who had heard the you
already speech
man, J i the Feet or W..c.
the fact that the Duo de Montmorencywas fatal diseases result from n-
-U- GALLIE FLORIDA. ax" in more than once, stole a march upon the TilE FINEST ACCOMMODATIONS will be
decapitated "by a sliding wily Darin The ground was wet and trifling ailments neglected.Don't / provided on this road. The fuUiuan 8lae|>ers
1633.-St Louis Republic. will be of the best claM.Double .
the passenger was not in a mood for 1 with Nature'sgreatest < e
the play t 1 dally service! "between New Orleans
climbing, so as they approached
J. KENNARD ARCHITECT and Jacksonville. The only route running
LIVING A LA JAPONAISE spot he anticipated the driver's hint by r gift-health. "t through sleeierf' between theee petals

ORLANDO, FLORIDA. .. Cheap lathe remarking: If yen ee feslIee -0-
nod Dellchtfnl Very
Simple "Davis, the Prince of WalOlIm', going eel of aorta sunk
I "respondence Invited from those de.'ring Housekeeping I. J....... and generally eshsesled > \ The Florida Central a Peninsular

'1 1a&4' artistic work, combined with lint1 I do not know of anything simpler ion. to walk today.Youth' Compan. flOwn'S have no, .appetite....-., j/yy{ ;; Traverses 13 eounttea of Florida. and through

| profe.alonalaerrice. and more delightful than housekeepingin sad caat work, "J J? Its connections reaches all Ita ruute la through

Fifteen years experience (sir In Flor- Japan-if :you live a la Japonaiae. I The Sieiea of ......... .begin al eneetak., 0.1 i Ute splendid
Ia the et .1I. I
av> J
)1 Best of reference to local and determined to try it, and bav- ''blestreegthenlaclmedlelae.wkkhle hg e p HILL COUNTRY OF MIDDLE FLORIDA
myself Spring is the season for suicides as '
'
them
client. Iron M S I 1 0 0
: ap28-oct28 ing found a suitable spot to settle in, well as for sales. People prefer for thispurpose Brown's iron bit J J v? where,on the old eotton plantations, the) new
M Stock and
4r' Tonaneo Farm Vineyard Fruit (ttarand
on the highest bill in Tokyo I proceeded as statistics show day to night ten. A few bot. a Peach) ludustrlee have started Into vigorous
,_ .
A RUE native servant who was Ilea : lot life the Bawannee River, throughnoama'wmak
P ELY to engage a and Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday to from | across
comee the j
the rldxe land of Central Florida the
also] to be my adviser as to how to fur- Saturday and Sunday.In Bitters very first dosetUi. i I y Ktrawberry ranua of hussy,Biarka| and among Waldo

.tu ESTATE FIRE LIFE AND" nUb my establishment in strictly! Japanese a word, suicides prefer the early .er'f, and It's a.rrarA I Irnrer l11ueLSa: tbe orange Orovee reared In tbe regions wherenature
nourished this fruit In lu wild stale
ACCIDENT INSURANCE fashion. The furnishing was completed part of the week, month and year. It pleasant W take j I .rawS sut, a.a.. ""' through the beautiful lake ouunlrjr Into UMUPla.oepl3.atG } .
Nut in less than ten minute, and would follow that
ry public for the State at Large seeemingly anybody
:r information aa to Government and BUM here are some of the principal item of with a melancholic friend should look It Cures I : Miryo,

which it consisted: Two fontangs, or after him carefully on the first Monday
MELiforR11E: FLA. thin mattresses between which one lies in May. Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver ] i Interspersed about Ocala, OalneevUle. Archer and along: Its route. the aide of famous
:: tI
BILVKK M'Hl.VI. Duwst.Oriasdossd Kuwlniiuee, thsgstwsy of Wee but and tbe
wooden pll- Troubles
at night and a maknra a Men kill themselves two three or four NetiralfUf I ( Country, bows to Cedar Keys, with nsb and oysters. Into tae Hunting (buttons of
lew, or rather an instrument of torture times more often than women, except in r Constipation Bad Blood f.ai':: Ilan me k. liown In thriving umpa. connecting by etsetmer with Key West and

I atthaaged. for the first few nights, furnished my Spain. Women generally "do it beautl- Malaria Nervous ailments i Havana Furl lawn of feraandlna ls the Tarpon, where rbberlee.the lambs. Through and phosphate tbe choicest are upped,from riortda the, f.the deepwater

1 Ultimate Friend-HM husband's bedroom; a hibachi or brass brazier fully," men crudely. Women' complaint
T" TOOT with chopbtieks to stir the fire with, and .. Atlantio Ocean to that Gulf of Mexico
grown cold Saxony it the most suicidal country Get oelv the slptluaassedredlines j

Moutlo Vflfe-Oh, nee He loves a water kettle made the hall cozy, and anda in Europe, and the least so la-the "'uu. _.MM Us.f'eceh._*.ol All two ethers at staaips are sen1etltetes. we I From the Apalachicola to tho St. Johns River.tend .

:.1::aelf just a* ranch' now M be did little laoqoer table, a foot square happy countkry! Ireland's rate is Upel' wm sad nt Of Ten fUeetUul Werld'S for beet Map of Rorlda to
r with a couple oft4ay and book ,,_ .
high -
Fair View ,
: we about d ittehe J.000,000 to Saxy'.4H.-Weet- *
were married 80 years ago.- made CO. Ma A. O. )h.d>O-XELL. Oeasetal Pniiiiis ir Ag'tr.
littte road a bowl, % BROWN CHEMICAL BALTIMORE.
plate OasettA.
minster
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1 INDIAN BIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 1, 1895.

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4 1KDIAH( RIPER ADYOCiTE.- cost exceed $150,000, and- that a' I

practicable and desirable route cane .SARNO.aO

> adopted ,wJtbo'ut litigation, and .

"...LY JOCMAt Day'T.D TO TI D..IL provided a free 'right-ot-way cane

Or..l secured. The ADVOCATE: has : : :EJL :D"tT .NJL:
WOBTB IKOTIOHI.WAttta
made an effort to arouse Interest I. new oren, and folly equipped. ApOBmmodatlons' for 2110 ruwts, and )
In the shell road project and we the beat In the land. Baths, hot and cold .at.... I nboundef snpply: of rf$ ,
la the worldWrnoonconcert. High ground. glzarrcspf nmomh lawn. Han.t ;
.e lle '
believe to-day just at much a* ever *. Amu.eo..n a,cricket: lawn tennla::">1net. q'" ,w.r I l (
Efl&ot( :.... '.. ............ OBABAM. young and old. BoatmgJiantlnKBhiDgctc. Cottage. fully fur..nQ fr
H.WAITOH we did, if the road i It constructed
A.aclate-Edltor. Manager, CHAS
It will be of untold benefit to our :

county, but If a practicable route

| Office: Washington Avenue, THuvlUe cannot be decided upon and a free '

Indian River, Florida. right-of-way secured, we are readyto

abandon the project, until every

PUBLISHED VERY FRIDAY. property owner through whom the :

road will rbn is ready to grant a 'S. !

mils free rigbf\-of-way. ._ 'j ,
Checketc.,may I raaMe to 'Graham
I Walton" pnlillfthrrs and proprietors

SnbMrrlpllnn.Twelf WHO WILL PAY FOR THE ,

( rooAtlMw .. fUSOhl ,ROAD ? : ']
,
( 1.00 1'/ .....:......... .
Thr..e" JM
Single copy, J In an' article' in our. last issue on
Strictly In advance. the road question a number of mistakes 1

I The above rltt. InMnde Eke payment of postsite crept In.. We intended to
by u,. fliilwrrlptloua: can commence any say that the Flagler; system owns
i time during the year.Dleenntinaann
120 miles of railroad, subject to

t of advtm meet lw made ire rsonally assessment this year. The comp
at this office or by wrKtng.ae troller fixes the value at six thousand ,

/o.a. Or dollars per mile, or over seven eft
hundred thousand dollars for the
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION,
road.bed, track, stations, etc., Sltun M| on the Lan flnllle Hirer almtit a fourth of a mile from Ito ",..
AFFILIATE WITH TUB Indian Klnr.about MIDWAY BETWEEN 8T. AlGlbTINK AND 1'\
Xatlonnl Kditonal Amofiation alone. The J., T. & K. W. Wy Kate for this eaon 52.11010' .oo per day. IVwtofflce a* well a* telegraph
company have tome sixteen milesin hook through to tame by Jackionrille, 8t. Augnttlne Indian River

Brevard county ; the Florida CIIAS. T.
Address all connnunteatloni to the IToprle-
Southern R'y company, J., T. &;
t if ---- -- -- ----- ---- -
GRAHAM & WALTON K. W. R'y company J., St. A. &; I. Mon of the legislature to authorize the er before been known to

R. R'y company, the Canal company Isiiuance of bonds for the construction of than twelve. For this

INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, Pensacola &; Atlantic It', said road. lieved that Ills mental .

TITFIVILLC FLORIDA. company, and the I>ll ton company It is our wish, however, that unless a intense a* to cause HI* )
practicable route can be agreed; upon break; and the blood
them million
own among a without litigation, and unless a free and congealing about it

WE want the shell road. The acres of wild, worthless lands!, right-of-way can be obtained, that the death.
some of it twenty miles from river project for a shell road be abandoned, Could anything be more
ADVOCATE wants to see it con for the the view which
and railroad. This million acres present.
ctructed just as much as anybody, Christ, the Saviour of the : :
but if any of the people who own is assessed at 35cts per acre, or OUR CIRCCLAR LETTER. to a cross-tie cruel spike

through which it will run 350000. The various Items we Dear Sir :-I hand you herewitha flesh-condemned to die
property
have mentioned aggregate about petition which I would be gladto while His persecutor :
insist on making the county con and the : : : :
one-half of all taxable property in have such of the citIzens Ing scoffing
signed by
demn and pay for right-of-way, ware e the whole world retting ;
the and the
ready to abandon the project. county, corporations of your vicinity as nay fee now the last bitter drop Is
mentioned will be compelled, as Inclined to attach their names cup already overflowing.

tax payers, to pay about half of thereto. HI* Father has forsaken
IN lirevard decidesto
case county the cost of the shell road if cried out In HI* agony, "
con If think it advisable to
hold an election to decide you God I Why hast thou
whether It shall issue bonds for structed. Non-reetdent property change the wording of the petitionin The human part of His

owners will pay fully a quarter of I would be glad to dure no more.
building a shell road, it should bon e any way, ; j
its There will be left A* look back to that
cost.
as a we
condition have do so. The commissioners -
that not a single bond you county ; /
of centuries
vista
a
burden for home to we
shall be printed or offered for sale our people appear to be willing to faction that the world ha ; ;

until the whole route is staked out carry, less than one-fourth of the take some action in regard to the and we feel assured that <

and approved by the county commissioners cost of the road.It road matter, but first want some would be an actor in so

and a free rigbt-of wa seems strange to us that any action on the part of the people, Let u* not forget,
y resident tax payer, who will use showing that it Is their desire to prove dally, by our actions <
is secured.IT would Do .
play. re ever
the road more than non-residents, have the board act in the matter. and do we betray Him as

would object to its construction, if You will notice the request in do we even worse than
MAT seem to our readers that they consider the matter impar the petition Is in conservative form whom we condem by
the ADVOCATE: has already given afresh each of
tlally ; and yet, as Shakespeare It does not ask them to do more ate day our
sufficient to the road oppose Ills cause, or
space ques makes Hamlet "There
say : ar present than to simply figure on Christians who fall to
tion. Woe think otherwise however

stranger things in heaven and the cost and practicability of the shine,
and repeat that we cannot earth than are dreamed of in our road. Manager.:1
understand: why our home peopleobject I "
philosophy. If petition can be returned by
to an undertaking when
next Monday or Tuesday it willlave.
three-fourths of its cost will be I Mr*. G. W. Schuyler of
ROAD PETITIONS IN CIRCU month.
a house small dance
paid by the corporations and non gives a

residents. If anybody should object LATION. Very respectfully, Dr Chaa. Hill and
W. 8. GRAHAM.
to the building of the proposed Wednesday and will spend :

hell road should think it the winter here.
we Believing that a majority of the
would be the people who will pay citizens of the county favor the Orange County Anti-Bond Mr. and Mrs. D. A.

at least three-fourths of the cost,I construction of a shell road the Ilf ee tlvts. of five were among the

not those who will derive mos entire length of the county, andI Indianola house, Monday
Dr. D. B. Hand and
benefit from Its construction who In last week's Star "Citizen" says the SOD
I realizing that the board of county Finn, of Scranton Fa, are
I
the anti
attendance
at Orange county
will use the road more than any. commissioners were not inclined to bond 300. Charles Mr*. J. U. Martin. Dr. >
meeting wa Magru
body else, and share among themselves act in the matter unless they were der, In the next column says 600 people ton'. roost prominent ; f

tIle large amount of monej called upon to do so by petitions got together. Did the latter exaggerate, distinction Mr*. Finn ha for some
of
which will be disbursed for its con from their constituents or other or was "Citizen," a* usual, unduly mod- ful leader of society being one of
etruction. eat aa to the number in the crowd P or
wise, the ADVOCATE prepared a The Washington
was It simply a mistake of the printer
form of petition last Wednesday At all event, the people of Orange the Club bouse, wa the

OCR pineapple and and mailed a copy to a well known counting ant down on the bond-road "&lIOn. quite a number
orange grow question. If the people lirevard wantto The grand march began
citizen at each of the various
cannot much income precincts
era expect follow the advice of Chaa. Magruderand nine o'clock, led by Mr.
from their plantations and groves; on the west side of the river, Citizen," and do likewlie, there Among the prominent .

for the next year or two, and al with the request that it be circulated can be no'objection-but we don't think Mrs. Dr. Hill and Mr*.

the same time the demand o n I and returned as soon as practicable they will. lirevard county need not, I Scranton I'a; Mr. and
upthen so as to have them necessarily, follow the precedent In 'party, of Marion O.; Mr ,
for new slips, trees, labor and presented Orange. I Mlsse Lynn Martin
fertilizer will be very heavy. The I if possible to the board ain ''I Tbrestian, Mrs. Tbrestlan

assessor should bear these facts Its meeting next Monday or Tues POTSDAM J. Nevin and party.
PUBLIC SCHOOL.
mind when making up his allell.went dB)'. The petition we saw fit to I

roll for this year and next prepare covers all that, !in our I For Sale.
-
A pi lie was offered the student for
There is doubt opinion, should be asked! of the
no plantation andgrove the best essay on the "Crucifixion ol The Schooner Veteran-
properties have suffered a board at this time. Our circularletter Christ." Two competitor were BO evenly built and commodious;

considerable depreciation in value, and the petitions accompany. 1 matched that each was awarded the burden; newly built, safe

as a result of the recent freezes I ing the same, were as follows. Any pilze. The essay given below wa by and a good sailor. Will
:I subscriber who Mia Hardest?: mUch cows or range cattle
have
not
and they should be rated at reduced may an ment. Address,
THE CBCClrUIOM.
value for purposes of tax opportunity to sign a petition OLIN
"There I* no subject which the Bible
atlon. We do not believe while it is being circulated in their
I
anyone can present' that 1*more Interesting than
will doubt the justice of this prop neighborhood may drop us a postal 1 the crucifixion.

oiltlon. signifying their desire to have the "While It i* true that.ome may doubt TITUSVILLi !

request it contains granted, and the authenticity of the records which hat POUT.

Tin writer had the honor to we will attach it to the petition of who been are handed ready down and anxious still there to are accept many It The following I* a !

make a business trip to the various: the precinct in which they reside : a* true, who are glad to believe that one ment of temperature and .& :::

precincts between Coquina and COPT or pcTiTiox. being, even though he wa* half divine, week ending Wednesday,
could ao far overcome his human nature -181-
Eden, during the past week, I in To the Honorable Board of County Com- a* to die the Ignominious death on the

company with our representative ml..lonen, of Brerard county, Florida: crone that all who would might be saved 21 DATE MAX.81 MIN ell

elect and two of the county com n"emen-\f, the undersigned I be Glancing over the record of Christ' life, 23 84 60
tnissionerL Our mission ing voter, property owner and tax pay. we sea that It I* marked with all the 23
70 01
was not)
of the
era neighborhood aad Christian lie
grace was gentle, patient
fa 24 73 U
connection
with
the propose vlcinityrespectfully petition your honorable and meek. His wa the purest loveliest
bell road, but in talking to the body to have mad., or cause to nature ever embodied In human form. 20 23 70 00
61 44
1 people we met at the various pre be made, a* soon as practicable a th'trough We reach the end of the narrative to find 27 83: 41
I effects the investigation aad eatlmate a* to this grand character betrayed by a
1 question quite naturally the practicability, east; etc., etc., of feaaed follower, one of the chosen twelve pro-, Total rainfall for the week:
came up incidentally, and was dis. building a shell road the entire length of whom He had aaaoclated with Intimately. Departure from normal
Icussed, with the result that all of the county; and ahu Investigation M Betrayed by III* disciple whom He bad week : minus 0.84 Incbe
the party expressed themselves as to the moat practicable wale \Ve w g- trusted Could anything be sadder from normal rainfall since '

lot the opinion, from wba{ they had goat that for this purpoM a committee If our near friend had been untrue to us, minus 2.30 laches.
of three be
) appointed by your honorable betrayed some aacred trust, bow should J. E. :
learned '
at the various precincts body, cenalsUng of the county surveyor, w. feel, grieved Ye, deeply grieved
SUsiteO. that If an election is held the chairman oif ti's: board sad one our anguish would, perhaps, be almost
Ion the question of issuing bonds other member soma That said gre&ttlr.baa we could bear. If we then
for committee vtalt the varimie precinct eeuld feel ao acutely how much
building the road, a majority more Your Attention
lof the through which the road will pass and intense must Jeu sorrow have been.
people of the county would advise with ** many property owners a* "!s I* scarcely necessary to dwell upon
I vote in favor of bonds, and that they conveniently can, and take note .. each point connected with the cruci Is Drawn to Our Fine

[they should be given an opportunity to the moat practicable sad dMlrablerout. fixion, aloe It Is, doubtless, a familiar
to decide the .; and If your honorable body, upon story to every one. Goods
question. receiving the) report of such committee "There U ODe point, however, that ha Dry -
are of the opinion that the majority of not till laid, been give* Buch attention. ,

THE general feeling seems to be our people death the construction ofsaid The question ha soar arisen a* to
I that if the question of bonding the reasonable road, and that It can be built at a whether Ills death wa .r not caused Clothing Shoes
cost without imposing too from a broken heart. ,
I county to build a shell road Is su b- heavy a harden upon our tax payers. 1'byslclan who have studied the subject

[ milled to the people, it will be ca F. that you paa a resolution requesting claim that Christ could not have CEO B. RUMPH
tried in the affirmative, provided our senator and representative to nae died front the mere effect of cruel a i Ion
[ careful estimates do not make the their beet effort to secure such legts laIn so short a time a. alt hour, since the Jensen
tion as be at the .I
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 1, 185. e SII

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again since the last cold spell,
believe It will last for tome time. Orange-Growers.
est Honor*-World Fair. Florida Fruit
The county road has been laid Exchange

DRr on the river front at Waveband of *
fruit
crop and best grade can only obtained _
quite an Improvement to the little
containing An Incora'on4H1l1ome AMnrUtlnn of Omit?*Ornwvn for n.arbtl"lr Florida fruit to the t**!
We were pleased to have the s.lTsnUe.AITHORIZt:l> (CAPITAL Cve'nr).
D. Howard with us on Sunday. BOX MATERIAL TIM Miiuuin ta folly pir|>a re understand be Writ fur price list and tern,.
preached at Jensen
than I2o/0 Actual : Offt'JRIGt \ -
evening. I : R rAIRRANKa,1le.ldent.I ,1). HRfFM FAf. VIce I 'pmlittnt.
ALBERT: IM<*. tkn'I I Mgr:sn,T,,..... 'M. r. Tt'R\PR, PnrrUiT.
Dr. C. H. Howland has been I'I lttMTi: >R.H-t"'.. R. Fairbanks, Alurlin county; E. (KIIIIU J quite a number of Improvements equally true of pine-apples and'other tropical fruit Pratt. HtllnlMimnnintT. ; John fshjrsn, lake. county' II y rntrlirr, Or.ng* count", (i (;rwnlf f, J I,
I.IMwdbmval nmntjr A. Ilnulr. llrn.r.l ,.n. V. HlllYrr,
CREAM to the front of his fine and omniyi 1Ia.\.n. r. Marlon i
place
rntmljr:; John M. Itrjran.OwmiUonuntjr', W. R. mni<>n. Putnam ronnty; M. .R. Morrntsn. 8t.
certainly look very trim when Potash are tent free. They will toil yea nothingto read;'afttP frill save 'John*ronntjr, V:, r. A, : ; iilimla: ronntjr, Irving Kurt, rnlk:: root :
starts. A'liressallthorns1.ondrnre| to the Florida l > Hill I' rh iir Jmksiintillr, Flu. fttrnoilii.with .
GERMAN KALI WORKS*j N.*... Street New York full parking anil .filpplngr: Inntmcllono,fnrnlthvil: I ; wi :|>plli. t1 AKNP4W1 I take pleasure In stating .
Item which the ADvocATe - -- -. ? .- --. .- -- .
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the Tlmes-l'nlon In the : a l lovely clump ot laurel l-----r.--the Royal l Poinclana,, Lake "Worth,, .the '
to
regard
of twin, almost ready to ,wet wrek. 4TljrCapt. '
at
Waveband .
am very glad; .wa to see perfectly that there after Florid vine' of yellow\far }VsbUt" brought A party' from 3w. Y. Stelf ox:
redecmod i, as .
one who i hut
willing to come out Itocklcdge IhuiMlay.on rime steamer ,
the: people at large know that we ow r, by presenting <|uan- Spartan: whO ( *...brtef, Inspection of
HOST PERFECT MADE. altogether" in the "ditch," as bell to: Our notice. ,nmwn.bvfufertttirnipg. .

J Crape Cream of Tartar Powder. fret them call it.Waveband. decorated with! the dainty ''Iot ;)f$ ; HARDWARE
Alum or other adulterant green and yell.w' which It, D. (1 r 11 t i )telbiritrue 4.
immonla, any : people had the with spring and hoVe hats,;. tod Him, J.;F- IIt'rtltn( Mob

i YEARS THE STANDARD. having Miss C. 1* March, of (. [ ln, w ho was on her way to ttikurne'w ere la tows ITedm-iutay of last j

with them on 6>Sunday She .- a palmt-lU hut, that reek. attending the Sarno openjng and 'Eau '
for the purpose of organizing a to older, and wanted to Iltb.S: "}Y ) WJ9A Itf14"fl \'"i t.; 'I Gallic, IF'lorid.ci.:

A High Compliment. people's Although society they did of not Christian at more The millinery ladle\ weie In a A tine LJt'k) !nj-uf.' belonging, to lave .' )'ttokStoves, ,.(ill and {focal; lIealrrs, 't'Armlult Tltu\Jo\ \'ulI1Irr cttll1ll, Am- 1
-+- organize I buying lnrw'a-Mi| of r>ur< tolurtrt>> ilrtyinen- I11l1nllllln, :rln IIn.1 (lalvllnlzl'tl Shcctltand, andltouud Iron, O.lh'"nlattl
day, we think will Ulr.11I'e' plenti TIJlwar"l
I Dally News :Mexican, published and then" hope ere long to be they visited to hate a diel very" ,ult1dt'nlyl\lIt: fHiiidny, ettnrlngAvmpom neat Material, \, I boat Jt'"I" suit Vast acts, I'plnlll, rhlll't'd Oil. (lard
we escaped even
f FI New Mexico, refers. to Mr. II.'isey often by Miss Marsh.Coronado. ml the "lite unplvHtiint- of ar' t-niealndmoning.\ ; Ever; I n:1: Finish, eta (ll\lvanhr.'t1 KDIII''l\rk Sprayers; .00. l
former resident of Titus- HTiit) will l.o timdeto'diacoVT the culprit. -
,ag follow, a : shape of "filpld .waves," ( Fifijr dollar wile at since ubHoiUxtt Always pleased to quote prices\ and coirevpoudenco solicited\
Hut If I do not '
t. II. B. Hersey, who Is at the head safg. b.ike, the tide to pufrhaNe\ Brow a hew horse

(e United State weather service for and oyster no bake for this M...sn C. U. and J. O. Walton of
prrltory, la deserving of great creditie -- the river In reached, we TitlHvillo; Mr. W. I. Metcalf and MlMMiy
good work he has done for Newo In addition to the numbers now ready to take ua to the (: Metcalf, of Ohio; Mr. and Mrs' K. BAKER & HOLMES Branch House

In this line. When he took coming to the hotel, several of with a ruah, the Beat W. hawk, of Mollmurne; and Mr. F. K. ,
o of the United States Weather tages are occupied. the boats pushed oil. lIeath, of New York, were guests! at ,

It office In this city In the summer F. L. Lasler, of the well known far, and soon can be Hotel du Ml, Niino; last week The

rvlce 1, but throughout little interest the territory.was taken One in of Park, Davis & Co., Detroit, laughter; of the busy- tennis court hive been completed, the ARTHUR J. DOYLE Manager-
line lawn siiKHith and level
cluded to at Coronado till I detach fine specimens green living
establish locale stay d I
Is first acts was to a
home. Thoiw who re H* a billiard Lablc.Washlngtun'l .
of the month. Mr. Laater
dif-
observers
at
with
voluntary
to his office each visiting Florida for many ,. landing have by this time Birthday passed ofT
ft reporting
lli.points From, these reports be made never was on the beach before. ,all ami we await wanted the, oys the without any spcrlil\: demonstration. Warehouse Room en J., T, .& K. W and J., St. A, .& I I. R Railways

month since 1801.\ He Onr people not be lacking In patriotism -
may
aries every The Hon. Gregor Menzel, of for the shore, aud when
Indually extended his work'untilhe. olis, Minn., senior member of "Jack," the dog! swam but they certainly don't show -- -- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
i ha about forty stations equipped much of the 177t article. The only exception
of that
foundry company name, with the most pannen-
standard Instruments furnished by longer he stays, the better ho ,: for admittance; of was shown by our school mls- 1IKAIKHS IN -
nlted States Weather Bureau. lIe has secured tresH, Mi'*. tweet, who entertained the
here rooms fellow had his and ,
way,
II III Ir. llersey prepared the bill which persons, who will arrive about the boat but to the sor ,imivnt* and lends of her scholars
[now become law and went before *, for, no sooner had the cnslno, the exercise being very Hay Grain Feed Flour Meal & Grits j
comrnitte to which It was referred It Is worth mention that a renting place than he creditable to the pupils and praiseworthy ,
Its those shells the Nautilas to the teacher.
[carefully explained advantagese rare at
I territory in detail and succeeded times called "a Spanish ship of up to him the a most young refreshing man A petition is being circulated asking Cotton Seed Meal Fertilizers and Crate Material. '
Its was picked on Coronado ,
ruring passage. up water" by taking a the county commissioner to levy a
I he Interest which be has evinced In week. A porpoise was also maybe the laugh was not three-mill load tax this year, In place of jy Terms Cash with order. Auk fur our' price" lint. We dent exclusively l In

(latter Is sufficient guarantee that he ashore recently, and It Is said ." In a short time the the one-mill tax levied last year. This I the above line of good; keep" them In hUnk at all times In Tltusvllle, anti will give
[make the service of the greatestble are wonnded or killed in the
and people were safely levy has nothing t.> do with bonds, and prompt and cl\refulattl'ntiun to all orders entrusted to us. Soliciting your patron-
benefit to New Mexico. other members of the family send
the oysters were quick will give about 7iOO, which can lit I ag$, we beg to remain, Very respectfully, 1IAKKR: A IIOLMtS.\
ashore It looked as though
fire. Bench after bench utilized Immediately for Improving the

had been Injured somehow. were sacrificed to our county roads, the work to be done by u. __ ._ _
For Rent, a Brick Store. brought to the hotel, and some
the men were getting each commissioner In his own district.
mens of the hide cut out. the ladle unpacked The petition meet with general approval

) you need a good brick store, in an Mr. Joseph G. Bailey, wife and soon a feast fit for the and I Is being signed by majority,. of COCOA ICE WORKS

|Ilent position In town, and away ter, of Iowa, ate still here. out. Nothing wait for our citizen.

i wooden buildings? If so, call on frequent walks to the hammock, the pickles and olives, Parties from Lake Washington report ,
bins A Graham or C. II. Walton, Bailey Is an enthusiastic all armed with oyster the mallard duck as being plentifulon
JOCATE office, Tltusvllle, Fla. often brings back specimens of to be In readiness for the lake and on the upper very St. Johns Oooon, :JW1.or.1c1a.NO"'VV .

and has already sent off a their shells should open, river. As this species of duck does not
express to her northern home. their readiness to be diet on flllh, the meat \'erYlwect and XN OPIs7ft11TION.: : j jGi.

[COMPLIMENT FOR TIlE Bailey Is also a great lover of they were cooked, and how free from that fishy taste which clings O. S11INGt1I1:
ADVOCATE. and In addition to being a taste, as they were passed to the ordinary river duck. Lake Washington .
artist, she plays the piano with pretty shells; sliced lemon Is but six miles back of Eau: Manufacturer
deal of feeling and expression. ( ) added a relish to the -
Gallle and a fairly good road all the way.
|at the New York "Dramatic an American by adoption, Mr. dish, and they were Go out and get your ducks; fine fishing
Yorkers of the ICE & DISTILLED WATER
the New
News" Thinks of Us.le a member of an old aristocratic out there also
York Counts"
were
family; your correspondent
have received at the ADVOCATEe their home and kindred of it came to comparison. Mrs. Tho*. Harbour, of Lotus Lodge, ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
a copy of that very excellent Illus- Blood will tell. The family around"S the Idea that they had ho lost a guest In the person of Mrs

led journal-the New York Dramatic best graces of the two nations, than any one else, but Sidney Friend, who left last Friday for fry- Refrigerator, Ice Chests, Free/en and Water Cooler.
Is' and we clip the following article pleasing manner has made many to say "enough." At her home at Paterson, N. J., having
hi its bright and newsy columns: for them here, where they will be ladles said "she could not been called I away suddenly by,the Illness
(Away down on the Indian River, Iniida welcome hereafter. and that was the signal of her mother. All who had the pleasure Lake Worth Ice Works
The largest and fattest of making the acquaintance of Mrs. ,
there Is town called TltusvllleIch
toasts a Among the arrival at the placed before her, with Friend were sorry to see her go away,
of as enterprising a newsier this week were the name of J. "Here's the ftn'styet," or and unite In the hope that she will soon PALM BEACH FLA.
be found in the whole
as can sell and wife Braddock, Pa.; ," etc; and she tried again visit! our town, Mrs. Barbour'scousin ,

t fiiAx ntry.RIVER The paper ADVOCATE in question, and Is Is pub-the Hotle, wife and and child wife U.New s.York ; .-, one of the gentle arrived Mrs J. F. Lawson, of New York, _______ ____ .n _. __ __ __ __ _
H. Lyons ; that day to Jacksonville last Friday, and will be her Kue.tfor
iod In theire
i Graham Walton
by Mary Mason, Cincinnati Mrs. of seven to Coron- some weeks
of Des 14 last, they have this to son, Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. a feared party there would be a

and daughter, of Holley, N. Y. did not leave soon, as he HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !

I'We understand a circus will exhibit In TI- sume most of the readers of the as long as they were Store To Let.
,lie on the itincl: lost. The coming of such Alit CATE will pass by the above refusej fast, everybody had
xhlbltlon If always an Important event.
II I* always a benefit to the merchants. out realizing that the list putting out the fire, BKICK stoic to rent In the ADVOCATE -- MANUFACTURED BY -
7peopiecorn. from long distance d'l1- < of America' famous women, fine specimens of oysters block. Fine location. Apply at the I
,'bow and Incidentally, do a rood of the who
Ream, sculptress, to
unfortunate as
were so
while eompanlei ADvocATE office, Tltusvllle.
in town. Railroad
fling,Sid(, give excursion rat on inch occaaloni; many of the pieces of home, and re-packing, we Chapman: & Sudlow
we do not believe It U a wise or ound pol- adorn the capitol of our country. leave. Another jaunt ,
.for any town to Imixwe an exorbitant rlrcutI 11- llotle, U S. A., her husband hammock, and the hotel Pineapple Slips and Suckers.
tax. We understand the coming
I roach obtaining an eliglbUt charmed with the magnificence by as satisfied and well re South Jacksonville Florida.
dltllCult7. Write for price on I. 1. Cayenne,
a : tent that onado Beach, and was heard to as ever attended a ptc-ntc
advance agent was :7.u'te: whether it the hotel was not sufficiently Abbaka, Jamaica KIpley and Queen slips
"y for the show to come to Tttueville.hail feels assured his and suckers to

>tofnre.nerer liven the' subject us a much town thought governs will'do Manager that Sharp and It Is only a from the oyster bake E. C. B. TVXDAI.L, For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.

; which ndrdl'ffiI for a circus tot a little time before largely a dozen of the crowd ar Waveband, Fla. ,
the piece by Imposing almost prohibitory commodations mast be to the light-house and
litions, stand In Its own light. We feel the ned day. At nine Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:
Special -
tilent the coming of a circus at this season Coronado. For Sale. -:)
I ;be the weans of causing' atleast a hundred morning the crowd were
pie to visit Tttusrille from down river point. How the rain did pour on the start to the river and after Dealer In all kind of Raw Material, such a.. Sulp. Potash, Kalnlt, CottonSeed

>union daily rates If the railroad and the acts crowd lil>erally that by comes giving ton patter and dash against the through the hammock, A pineapple plantation of twenty Meal, Nitrate of boda! etc., etc.
; the storm went howling by, a ; Gleam Done and steamed In the factory In three different grists
to see the circus will leave many hundreds the steam launch acre, on Indian River; dwelling and ground
:
olio re with merchants, and carry homeof and what a magnificent,: sight : guest from the Ocean packinghouses; two acres under Irrigation ff. Send for Pamphlets and Prices

Always merchandise welcome particularly the circus, for ChretmasL the sake which was revealed when away to their destination. for vegetables. Enquire of -- -
the small boy and for the sound, business It was a compensation In some received the visitor Cruet II. HOWLAHP,
I mlnles,of which we have hinted.* for the Inconvenience of the wet. courteous manner at the Waveband Fix

The INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE enjoys a contrast to.night-how quiet some of the ladles were

e distinction of having first spoken everything Is, save the murmur him (afterward) on the F. F. CLARK

m a matter upon which the Dramatic surf, as the waves come quietly private rooms; then they A Ilargulu. c.E. )
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wa will have much to say hereafter.by up on the smooth beach. Not a house and other places E.

will a lot of Intelligent citizens taxmnelves i* beard, and only a vague, at about 0 o'clock, Business lot, 23 feet front, on Wash
,>' severely both in the matter glimpse of the great ocean the good meal which ington avenue, with tin shop north ofLoaley Jacksonville.FURNITURE
tained as the eye tries to at the Coronado. .J. : .
time. Ingenuity and money to get up The ICenaker; can be for $-00.

elebration, fair, exhibit, etc., in their dark distance. the waves roll [ roust remember This Is vYry cheap. Nothing else can be
the water a*
WD or city, as the case may be. for the gracefully,give them the I ia the soul of wit." Long had In same neighborhood at double the

rpoie of attracting visitors and secur molten silver.: How held over for lack price. and CARPETS.
their tf. ROBBIK A OHAIIAM Co.
eat tax trade a circus Why which will accomplishes they we feels on the shore at such a time .-ASSOCIATE-ED.' )
with nature.
ted and alone,
ntically the results without
same any:
reflective
into a
it to the merchants whatever f I* It not help getting Sloop J'or Sale
** Is it a sound business policy''', and the thought of the great loss Gallic. Wholesale and Retail.

there any rhyme or reason in it whatIt many of the orange grower of For sale, sloop Irene, 40ftxl3ft;
have sustained comes np, and 18 27-100 In fint-claa condo
''' may not be generally known, those lines of Wbittler'i : entertainment at the tonnage tion. New, sails:; head-room In cabin. We hare made special effort this Fall to have a Stock of Good suitable for the
"" u a fact, nevertheless, that In nine
( ) evening.
t a every ten town that a circus ex 'God' way seem dark but soon Best party or trade boat of her size on lat Coast Iluyem.

Ill'' in, It actually leave more money They touch the shining hills of KIngj Capt. Canons, of the river. Price, $400.00. Apply to 1
,;;, town than it takes out. Paradox The evil cannot brook delay; at the railroad dock E. C. D. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt. OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW.
u this may seem, It can be demon- The good can well afford to wait Peter Nelson, Titusvllle, Fla., where she

"n-i.-j'< beyond a shadow of a doubt. "What's the matter with a LorllUrd' house-boat. may be seen. sit jy-: Write u* what you want, and we will quote price by return mail.
percentage of out-of-town people at Florida bake?' was the np the river on Monday
6* t''!:;ht how I* always very small, for asked by oyster one of the party when Our Number Is 20-22-24-26 West Bay Street.
aon that farmers and excursioI o-
'rem adjacent town always attend trying to decide bow to siake Furlong and friend of( LAGER BEER
the beautiful day before us.
of
a uternoon performance In order tot the hotel the discussion was Y., are guests of Capt. ,

<,rcus tome will before not dark.only absorb The expense the entire o fand In the every ubject one "before seemed the much St. Clair U now conduct- Recipe to Make it 25c Beach !
of also Lots in West Palm
\ipt** great the Inroads night on house the amount but will\taken the meatlon accord of "oytr said bake, ,"and the $ neal, formerly run by M. ,

at the with one ye Orlando Florida.B.A.FtGSIIVS .
f afternoon performance. The of *tb L B. TOTTE.V, ,
Pee of the at large will have not long before one season has begun, but
i' take country been secured to act a* advance seems to be morn politics of *
this matter up sooner or later. and ahead to Jet the palmetto Agent for the Lands in Dade County s"o
"" Upal! greed In the matter of license go in our town. : i

1' :nave> is to be curbed. The Americanr jacks etc. for About the bon-flre nine Vclock, the boat a* joUr Prince will bold forth at Florida Coast Line Canal &: Transportation Co

: a national Institution and its be found In e next Sunday
morning la
to
of folks as are I am offering bargain :-
L-are Is seriously menaced." started for the river. Oar All are Invited. Furniture, .. Matting, '. Window Boston &: Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co '

i i through the delightful will be held this week
St. of course, we took the shortest elUsen ticket for town Shades, Mirror, Etc. Late Worth Land Trust. New River Land Trust.
Lucle
River. the
It, which U 6ttlepasitkback registration I* expected I alao bar a department devoted to

hotel. One by tramped along u Coffins and Caskets Hall order will reC Lo"ke Worth :Properties: t t< I
we "
Indians
)
'I'r:: e weather Is delightful: down here path merged Into the hammock T. A. Paine and Mr. W. )|T. prompt attention. Satisfaction Lake Wrtk AM lor Ik* Liverpool ..*..... Club !...*.... C'*.

and ever and anon, the ladles of Cleveland, Ohio, (Mr*. guaranteed.KDWUXXUOX.. Beach
r'UnS has started up quite lively pause to examine the beauties ), tare been sojourning at MdlMMnM.ru. Notary Public, ALBERT W. ROBERT. West Palm Fla.












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A NOVEL GUARANTEE. mischief sir did you learn to/name' ?" Notl e. Notice.CItEDITMtt .u.ax 1a.u&, t1tJt8 r4r

I "Very easily," he responded cheer months NEAR & TAYLOP
:fully as he reached over into his desk LI. eonocned lake sntb* that six Legatees, distributees, and all .
A
final accent
after date hereof I will file BIT
claim or demand against (Suocessors\0 John
A COMPANY THAT rURNISHM CERTIFICATES !land handed me pamphlet D 146, on "If M adrainhrtnirtx the estate of Howard the estate of H. T. Vohe, ate required to McAl14y,

TO WOOERS. (You Are a Husband, Don't Be a Crank." W, Maine, with the said Honorable and Minor 8.for Joan my, present their claim to the nndenlirned/ withinone Artesian Well
Ponnty JmUreof of this advertisement Contra
: from the expiration
"Your wife was in here only yesterday final dWharire from the adminlstrairixot. said year, I. e. March 1st, 1sn6. or the same will be c

."-3. Scott Wltherby New York estate. pleaded In bar of their demand All persons 11.,." EAU GALLIE
A Horn .. the Leg MM With s ..... World. CIAUA'S. MAINE, owing said estateare required make paymentat FL4

ria...ble .......-Me..... O.. .tide. This Oct. It, ItM. Admlalitretrlx. once to the undersigned.
L J. BYRJPl, TITUSYILLE
M the Wife I* Ir.t ne..4-AD late*. ectl-4-6ro BAKERt
Robbln A: Graham Administrator.Att'ys
........ BERNHARDT AND 6ARDOU. I
viewer .*When W. K_ for AdatY. jao+marl
a r. FISCHER
". Prop
Seeing tbe sign over the door I enter the Qeaml **4 K_UI.Mo. .< tl* t'om Notice.

eel. "K yon wish to confer with the DrmnaAbt 8a4 Aetreee.Bpeaklr.g and Notice of Intention to Apply.' Ca sfPles4Confectlonerjis S SAn |

of Sardoa and Bernhardt, TO Mr*.B. T. Tote .....* Tone, and all Special Legislation.
president, sir, said the young man in the f other. persons Interested Is the eetate of B. T. orders In our lice
allowing the
front, "yon will find him in his private story concerning great Tote,deceaaed i j P""Ji!!!
French actress and the squally renowned At a eommlHloner' sale of the I*hereby given that aa application attended to.
office, Mid thanking him entered the playwright i* vouched for by the correspondent WHEREAS of B.T. Yohe,deceased, which NOTICE.made to the lezlilatureof the State

rear room, where a pl"'aD'ta0e4maD of Tho I* situated In Brerard Conner, Florida of Florida at the Mesloa commencing on
Courier de Eta.. Ual, wd FOR
: upon the 4th February, A o IM, the ftid day of April,1**,for the passage of a -
greeted me oordial1,. The two who have achieved the greatest property wa b'Jla by I.J.Hjrrer, the administrator bill to anthorlM the County Commissioner of
"Won't yon be .atedP" he Mid, triumph In "Glsmonda," M. VIe- and a creditor of said *tate. This I*, Brevard county Issue bonds of the county for HUES andO
admonlnh and all Interested road SNu
therefore you persons the of constructing good public !
rraping me by the hand. "It your torien Bardon and Mm. Sarah Tjern- 'a'said estate,to show eana* before me throughout purpose the county,la toe came manner and j

fcoatneu-er-confidential r' hardt, were at sword point in the beginning upon the 4th day of March, A t IMA,at the Pro. nader the same restrictions as I* now provided
hate office In TUnnule, said ale shouldnot by law for the "'u.of bond for the erection of BEE
-Not at all. I replied. .Aa I WM This dislike dated from "Dan be confirmed. court houses and fans,and the funding of outstanding R S I1,

passing ky I thought I would .top in lei Rochet," which Sardon gave to the : MINOR B. JONES, Indebtedness,a*contained In Sections ,
R.ight-Ann Paralyzed! febs-mart County Judge Brevard Co. 591 to eog Inclusive,of the Revised Statute of
and inquire into the. nature and scope Corned FrancaiM after his Domination I Florida. CIGARS, ET

of the Lovers' flnarante company, to the French academy. Sarah Bern- ROBERT MORROW;
THE
Saved from St. Vitas Dance. FINEST
which I tee advertised to extensively." bardt expected that S.rdonwould select Notice.In Senator_h District : QUALITY,

"Certainly," he responded "I ihall her to create the role of heroin In the "Our daughter, Blanche, DOW fifteen T1cu.yllle.l'Ia.,Jan 23,1895. JanM-mar eo TO

be only too glad to Inform yon what w. play but he chose Mile. Bertet Instead; years of age bad been terribly Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Lesley & Renal

are here for. The Lovers' Guarantee hence the anger of Mme. Bernhardt. afflicted with nervousness, and bad of Florida in and for B re Yard Sheriffs Sale.

company was formed for the purpose of When the actress aDd the author met, lost the entire use of her right arm. Circuit Families Supplied."

seeming good hatband to all maidens the former passed on the other side the We feared St. Vitua dance, and tried County Our
; Lodging
the Jacksonville Rt. Angnstfne A 1 and by virtue of a writ of eXMntlon 1 By and Ln
best
matrimonially inclined, and the great latter pulled his hat down over hit physicians, with no benefit. Indian River Railway Co., I UNDER I out of the County court of Brevard Will be Ready by Oct. 1. Situated
hare with thai far She has taken three bottles of Dr. VS. in a case therein depending,;;wherein
success we met Each side ill
murmured at Washington ave. between
eyes. something not Miles' Nervine and has gained 31 Samuel Walker. J ChC:'etbi Is plaintiff and John Houston J
proves that there is an excellent reason all complimentary to the other pounds. Her nervousness TO Samuel Walker, and all other person Interented and neorjte C. Houston are defendants' lI..eIe..led K. W depot and ADVOCAII block

for our existence. The average man of Then Sarah Bernhardt left the Com- toms of fit. Vltus dance are entire In or having claim npon northhalfof highest upon and and best will bidder sell for public cash, In.auction front of the the

affairs has little time to look up the die Franoalse, went to America, where gone she attends school regularly the 32 northwest couth,range quarter 38 east of,In section Brevard M county, township ,, court house door Tltnsvllle, Fla,on the first

character and antecedents of the young she made her first triumphal tour, and and has recovered complete use of lorlda I Monday in March, A D 1050 described, during tie legal Grape Fruit LoHART'S

fellow who applies for his daughter's returned to France. Upon her arrival her arm, her appetite is splendid." YOU e.7 hereby notified to be and appear In hours the of defendant sale, the following George( C. Houston,propertyof to-wit ,

hand. We look him up, and if he is satisfactory in Paris she entered into negotiation MRS B. B. BULLocK Brighton, N.Y,, Court of the State of office Floridafor In Hegln IT 41-100 chain south of the 1-4poeton the
Retard at the clerk's
county of section 9, township 27'south,
he gives us a bond which entitles with Raymond Doslande, manager of Dr. Miles' Nervine Tltmvllle, upon the first Monday March A LIK'ifi > west range boundary 37, In Hrevard county, Florida; thence tre LATE ORANGEWe
him to A certificate guaranteeinghim the Vaudeville. She asked nothing bet. to show what Interest yon have In the north 72 deg. 30 min.,east 1716-100 chains to
almve described land and to show why a part of
the
thence northwesterly along
River
to bo all that he claims. This bond ter than to there but filed the complainant Indian j
play what should Cures. It described In a petition by margin of said river to land owned by Clara B.
be good for fire or ten A In this caure m the clerk's I office In Tttunvllle McMillan thence south 72 deg.: 30 min. west 17
may year she play She did not wish to return to of U IMtA, should not | pond are now booking orders Fn KT,
Dr. Mile Nervine) to sold I on the 12tb day n11.- chains to the section line thence S ID Fe
positive
nllm'a financial status is of course easy classical roles. She wanted an entirely leOlrl lie taken for the we complainant as arlfhtofway beginning;
guarantee that the first benefit.All chain \0h.. point of :, containing( for Fall and Winter Delivery it m,
to determine, but it is into the finer attributes new play, which should bring out allbOJ' : druggist all it at il.t bottle; forts, or for behalf.Its railroad; or else be forever B 34-100 acres, being In Brevard county, Florida.
barred In that
of character that we examine It will be cent, prepaid, on price JAMES U. BOWMAN, prices.
qualities. by the Dr. llllei U Ulc ,l Co, Erhart, Jnd.i Ordered at the clerk's office at Tltnmrllle, this .
particularly. Our certificate is an abo- "There is only one man who can 12th day of January,A U 1SU6. Robbins Jtc Graham, Sheriff.

late guarantee of the man. Of course write the play yon want," said Des A. A. STEWART, Att'y for Plaintiff. febl-Mart Our Stock is of the Finest 1 In

we bare to be particular, for should the Ian de. "That man i* Sardon." Robbins A Graham, Clerk Circuit Court
wife at time .... OF CARDUI, a Tonic for V.:__jo. Atfys for Compl't. I Seal Circuit Notice.In Write for Prices and Degcrip
insist
any upon a separation "Sardon! cried tho nctrellll. "Such adisposition janlS-mari i Court J
and show cause under the contractwe W. W. HAWKINS A SOB!
incapable of doing justice
HE HAD A NEW THING.
would have to pay all her legal expenses to an artist. Moreover, irritable, brutal Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial GEORGETOWN, FiomJ!

and furnish her a new husbandor a man who run up against everybody, And Genius, .. I* Always the Case, Got Notice.In Circuit of Florida, In and for Brevar3

make over to her certain payments." who"- It. BewaMU County :

"But euppope," said I, "after the "Very well,replied Doslande, "let Two meD were seated at a small table Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Jacksonville Indian RIve Railway Augustine Co.,&: *)1 1S. HODGES &, GODFi!

mail is married off there develops some us say tio more about it" He went to near the front door waiting for their Circuit of Florida, In'and tot Brevard \ f

hidden trait, some Idiosyncrasy that see Sardoa and told him that he must sandwiches and coffee When they were County : Oeo. T. L. Gosling. J Manufacturers of

causes unhappiness, but not separation, have a play for Sarah Bernhardt. approached by A shabby stranger who Jarkunnville Indian River St. Anenstlne Co.,A 1 I IH. TO Gee.T.in L.or Gosling having, and claims all upon other all person that part Interested
Railway
What do yon do then?" "Sarah 1" exclaimed the writer. touched his hat and said: >. f of lot ft, section at, township 3. south,range 41
Yellow Pine hum
"Such cases replied the "Gentlemen I oak a favor of C. A. Hal,tead. J east,lying south of a line drawn east and west
presidentof "Sarah I Such a disposition I Crabbed, may one through said kit and 16 feet south of the .
the Lovers' Guarantee company, "are disagreeable, quarreling with every- of you?" TO C.A.Halntead, and all other penatie the! westhalfof Interested southwest corner of the former dwellingboos. :
In or having claim upon
.er H. H. Stuart. ROUGH DBE8SEI,
rare, but of course they do occur. In a body, who""Verywell- They were silent It was no new experience the southwest quarter of section lw. town-
like this hip :<3 south, 40 eat, In Brevard Bounty 017 are hereby notified tote and appear in .
case we examine into the to them nune Orange Box Heads,
cause very well, it ia quite un i FloridaTOir : : y the circuit court of the State of Florida for
of the difficulty, and if the man bo derstood. I "What I wished to ask was gentlemen notified be and In Xrevard county at the clerk's office in ; Fruit Vegetable Cn
to
\ are hereby appear March A 1>
wrong the fact that he 1* under bond And three month after Sardou read ," continued the stranger "bow toe X the Circuit Court of the State of Floridafor Titnsvllle HuAt to show, upon what tie Srst interest Monday you In have in, the Lnmber delivered at any part of Into ton

Rives us a power over him, and generallywe "Fedora" to Sarah who, radiant threw spell the word balloon." Idevard co..tybe clerk's office A InTlt..nUle. D above de.crlb"dl..l.and tostiow why part of through bill of lading. Anyone fonwInfc
the She Monday Man
bring him to terms. herself on the author' neck in the presence They looked at one another in evident IKU&, to show npon what Interest you have In the It described in this cause In a petition In the e :iYoM': : complainant ia Titus write blilUiuK for pr ice on,.the The Kant\&.CoeM.... ieithuednJ. would doe'

"Oat," said I, "suppose the womanin of Deslande. surprise and one asked, "The word 'balI I aUive described land and filed to show the why a part of vine an the 24th day*f Januany D 11IIIi.should .,T.&: K.W.Ry.,II miles sontb of ftlatn
It described In petition by complainant
a taken for the nse of the complainant. a
the case is wrong? "Ah I Deslande,"eaid Sardon, "what loon, you say? I. in this cause; In the clerk's office In Titusville rtgfit-ot-way not be for It* railroad; ec elite be forever Satsuma HIgh,PUtnam coF,

"Thlfl,explained the president, "U did I tell.oo1 How gentle she 1st? How "Yen, gentlemen. I got into a discussion on the UZth day fir January A tf isle, barred 1 nOdemd that behsii
should not be taken fort He use of the complainant -
extremely unfortunate as wo have no weetl/ How adorable 1" with a friend, who' says there is : as a right-of-way fonts railroad; or ewe be at ; ;clerk' office. at Titnsvllle, this
of but 'L' I maintain there two" I forever barred in that behalf. 24tb>day of JanuaryA I) W&
means reaching her direct, having no "And he I" rejoined Bernbardt one are
"Yonr friend said of Ordered at the dork's oWre at Tltusvllle, this A. STEWART, t J. M. SANDER
power over her. We can, however, advise "How amiable be icf How,he appreciates right, one 12th day of January,A D liI96. Robbin A: Graham\. Clerk Circuit Court ,

the man what to do, generally with real talent, and bow obliging I the men at the table. A. A. STEWART. Att'y for CompTt. 1 Seal Circuit

most felicitous results. As a rule those Embrace me, Raymond V "No he isn't," retorted the other I Robbins & Graham, Clerk Circuit Court febl-inarl | Court I Dealer in -

differences come from ignoranoe-on both "You're right. Two 'l'.. Att'ys arCompl't.. I Seal Circuit IanlSmarl

aides. Where they are extreme and a CAT ELECTRICITY.Those "Let me see, now," said the first. | I Court j Xotice.itlne \
DRY GOODS NOTION(
reparation is advisable we have in our "B-a-1-donble-o-n.bal-oon. I thlntyou're
the Who Rely on It For Curative Favpone Bill and that this man"friend -| ,
employ best lawyers, and divorcesare wrong,
Can Get It la Other Way Prince Krapotkine the most distinguished In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial
obtained in the most private way. wins the bet. has resided in Circuit of Florida In anal for Brevard AND
The London Lancet : living refugee, ,
Bays "It's bet said the
shabby stran-
"We have In our employ one of the no ,
most eminent phrenologists the country The electrical effect produced by rub ger. "We simply got Into an argument. ]England since 1888. Ills family held Jacksonville County : At\jtll Jt 1 Choice Groceries,!

who examines the heads of all applicants. bing a cat's back i* of course well You can see for ;yourself there is chance ]high rank IA.Russi* before the day.of Indian River RaIlway Co., tInglto

known. It is also well known that this for If I had dictionary 1 the Romanoffs.t VS.
Our head physician.; who gave an argument a pocket Fertlt]
Homer H. Stuart and Hay Corn Mapes'
1 frictional |
tip a large practice to come with na, has electricity or. perhaps I could tell ia a minute. Gen Stuart. ,

a growing staff of assistants, and these more correctly the electricity of con tlemen, would one' of ;yon loan me a !I....t WINE 41F C.ADUI for Cratl. di.ea.w TO Homer H. Stuart and IngU Stuart and all
tact that it is a surface effect producedby other inuuswted in se having claims
look carefull.lnto the physical condition ; dime with which purchase one? persons FINE PATENT FLOUR.
that it doe aot upon lot 2 and the north 1U5. test of lot 6, of
of the applicants. You may depend the rubbing; pointto They looked at him coldly for a moment section 32, townnnip 37 south, range 41 east,

upon it that when an applicant has successfully pre-existing electricity stored in the and then each pulled out a dime Now Is the Time. In Brevard countyFlorida.7nil Ooooct 37loric
body of the animal and that the person and it to him. "\ are hereby notified to be and appear In -
run the gantlet we lay out for gave
J the circuit court of the Estate of Florida for
him he will make a good husband. We who, having concluded a massage, link "You're a good thing," said the first The benefit derived from a good medicine Brevard coiiatv. at the clerk's office In
into chair declaring that his exhaustion Titusville, the first In March, A
a in early spring is undoubted,.but upon Monday It OX16E
advise all married people to have
young lava, to show what Inl"you have In the
the los of "the one."Yes
homes of their own, no matter how i* consequent on you've got something new" many people-aeglect taking until the ap- above described land.and to show why a part of ,
living galvanism" which he ha imparted added the other proach of warmer weather,.-when they It titian flied by the complainant
home bureau \
bumble and have through cause
a IB this the clerk> office In
Titus
to the patient is a charlatan.. wilt like a tender flower In a hot sun.
which a member can obtain advice on But the shabby stranger did not smile. I be done to ville en the 24th toy of January,A 1>1SU6,should :. Restores strength, quiet tbe wand
It i to be remembered that friction Something must purify the
He simply thanked them and said he not be taken for tBee of the complainant
desirable best disease
the most to expels
way live.the between dissimilar substance always tided, overceuw that tiled feeling and right-of-way for Its railroad; o* elm be forever d
locations, a list of house and apart any would buy one for his friend also.- five necessary strength. Vacation Is tarred In that bettalf. i Proof, tbe most convincing, l t

ments and the lowest rent By this produce electricity and In illustration Chicago Record. rarnestly longed for, but many weeks, OnI"red.tbeIrl..k'. office-at Titusville,this free to all who suffer Call and tie
of this the electrical effect some 24th day of January,A D 1W& or write for further information I
mean. we are enabled to make an arrangement perhaps month, must elapse before rest
with landlord so that our times produced in a dry atmosphere Orchid For Cue :Viewer ran be indulged. To impart strength, A. STEWART .of 200>pages sent free. .
when the hair is combed on the body Rol fcini & Graham, Clerk Circuit Court Home or office treatment Court j
obtain certain discounts and So many beautiful flowers drop their and to give.. fooling of health and vigor
can
patrons divested of flannel jersey Att'y* for C..mf,rt. t S1 Circuit I tloa free.
a
quickly may after that throughout the system, there is nothing |
privilege. Were you thinking';"" ahem I Iof petals soon cutting they are febftwarl \ Court
- entering upon the new life?" bo instanced, or the classic experimentof ont of favor with purchasers. The ef equal to Hood Sarsaparilla. It seems Drs. Starkey & Valt,
rubbing stick of sealing wax on a perfectly adapted to overcome that
a
forts of florists in the direction prostration toI.
"Oh no I replied "I am are generally Phmadclpbia,
modestly I' 1329
cauecrf change ot oil. Notice- Arch Street,
rabbit' fur may be called to mind. by season,
already married and" I added laugh. of introducing such flowers as : i I. -
Those who are accustomed to rely on the mate or life..and while It tones anti sustains I -
will hold their for time after)
iugly, "I don't suppose cases of this sort own some the system it purifies- and i uo- In Circuit
curative effect of stroking a cat'back CMrt of the Seventh Judicial
It is of the lead f fit
cutting.
possibly one
come under your jurisdiction. rates the bl>o l. Circuit of Florida in and for Indian River Palmetto
"Indeed they do," replied the preat may find consolation in the last named ing advantages of the carnation that It County : Brevai
inasmuch it teaches them
dent of the experiment, as lasts so long on the parlor table, and
Lovers' Guarantee
company. .Jacksonville k. Augustine 1 Co +
that when their "feline favorite" i* no ? 4 Mattress
"We have lately formed a departmentfor this is found to be true with many species A curioim fact about Adolphi & trof Indian River Railway, I ,

the benefit of married people and more secured health by gentle and strength friction on may its still skin.be of orchids which are coming into ,of Sutro Tunnel fame who bas teen James, E.Bownun V8. a* adminltntor t Titusville Florid

find i U to be a great success. For a small favor for eutting purposes, quite as ,elected mayor: of San Foancloco,.1 is that etc., W. O. Harger, iI I Our Mattresses rude froll F
ladies Apart however from question of much on account of this persistence,u Swab ami Mary Sws J are MCOMPOUND
In furnish
sum yearly, advance, we be has never voted palmetto
ticking filled with clear
it is instructive to
electro-physiology on account of their rarity and sweetness.In TO James B.Bowman.M administrator or the ]
with advice as to the proper management estate of Jbxeiih U Swab sad and faced with superfine fibre maok
learn that the of white in the Frank T. Bellew the Mary A. Baigeri
of husband and direct them presence this closely related family tbe cypri-; carlcatirtet, and to We*. Barger,L. Swab and Mary Swab, the eabbage pain. This fibre U ?
how to act in special emergencies For color of a oat unless the animal be pedinm is found particularly valuable. known aa "Chip" died a flew day*ago and claim all other u.tbe person Interested In or having by Green's patented process '

instance, should a husband be called whole colored, i* a sign of weakness.I'romotloa There are not only persistence, sweetness In New York, of pneumonia, aged 83 northwest quarter nnnhwent of section 8 quarter,and the ofh.south. makes it tough. curly and ehe J

away too frequently at night 'on bust and curious features in the forma and years. He was the SOB of Frank Bellew. east tion quarter of the northwest quarter ot sec will not break up mac down #*,;
I colors of the flowers but they also have vnvnship S3 south, rang 3V eau. In dusty like exeaUlor *
ness. imbibe too freely-I may say this "How's that boy o' gettin alongin Brevard eounty,Flottda moss or ThI.
1* one of obstacle*-or yonrn the long stems which enable the American an hereby notified to be and will not draw dampness, and g"B
our greatest the city Josiah asked one farmerof YOU appear hi
Have examined the Walton adfantta
florists to use them without the you Rapid cin'oiteourtotheState of Florida for r mlldewr this being an
should he become ill natured or non-
another. necessity lavishly stemming them.- Calking'Macblne f It 1.fn: use by ROMA Tituviily:;: ion int Monday li ink';* etHce In a damp and{ warm.ciiftwte"JJ
tractable her what to do the
we tell 'He'' workln his way up right Meehan's :Monthly.A Oliver, the finest launch buthfers In lea, to show what interact have' ',A I> maining sweet and tl an. TbJ"
you in
"I this department secret? along." Florida also Merrill-Steven, Jacksonville above drlhet1land.and to show why apart the of manship is guaranteed -

"Not at all," he responded "Indeed 'What' he doin?" ; the Newport News Shipbuilding It described la a petition filed by the complain every re pect, ,
ant iatbta
w invite publicity Such 1* our repu "He's workln fer the city." comparison of the maximum tem. Co., .. well a* many ft the best boat on the cause first In day the of clerk' office in Tltuavlll : Braided seams, doIabJestltcbedweU
tation that the fact mad known peratnre in different parts of the world builder In the north. Write for testimonials should not be taken February A D Wua,
mere 'Yon don't tell met l What'he doln for the use oft;.complain tuffed top and bottom ..
to a man that his name i* on our book fer Itr shows that the great desert of Africais etc., to J. IX WMton, Titus- ant torovereat a* a barred right-of-way( in ....Its railroad i en cue be Doable Mattress,welgbtKMbs.-" "' .*

will have a tendency to bring him to by far the hottest This vast plain, villev fla. that .baI.f.Ord.t Single MattHM*. S,S, te 1
"He' drivla one o them thing they at the _k'.
office at Titmsvllle. .. -made te Under
which extends 1,000 miles from east to thi
hi* senses" call a street "I'eeper-kiDd o' wipe up day of February, A D 18U6. Call on or address,
dear sir Mid I warmly* I west and 1,000 from north to south, hasa A. MYTtlrIbBox
"My the road night, ;yon know. But my; A. 8TE.WURT. t It. r.r. .
of I BO degrees F. in the Robbtn*
temperature
rose to go "yon are accomplishing a he' heir promoted Fust off h. was Grabm Clerk Cbwnlt Coert 142. Titamtlk

great work, and I am glad I called in to workin In the Twenty-fust ward. By; hottest days of summer. Free Luck Wttk s Stria* *. It. fob,45 7'for(\Impr,. I Seal Clreeh'| -'

... Then, thanking him, I was In most of the free lunch e
701& an by be writ me that he WM workin in Norwalk Conn. is said to have places downtown I

about to depart when be stopped m* the Eighteenth ward. Last week he Indian origin, but,there is an English an there 1s a nickel in the slot machine JACKSONVILLE STEAM

courteously."Excuse. writ that he WM in the Twelfth ward device which is placed in close r.Axn Kvurrr. hoe..1.0'JlaJu.

me," he Mid, "but would now, an, I swan, ;yon see if that feller village of this name.The proximity to the lunch. So big is the WORKS.The

you mind giving in* your Dam.' I always don't fetch up In the Fust ward with Hon. W W Thomas, exminister gambling propensity; in meet men that F. B. EVERETT & CO. .

like to take down the name of all his sweep cart yitl"-Youth'* Compan to Sweden and Norway says that they will frequently drop enough nickels above establishment i* usemanaget.ent

cur friend" ton relative to Its ai.. and population, the into one of these machines to pay for a + + FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA positive') Pie"
We .
'Certainly not paid t "I would railroad system; of Sweden is the most square meal and never -"win out." our week that of *=J --
Just a* soon a* not a* It i* just possible Bvntlag :TljwtkeeU. complete the world These machines more than pay for the Wholesale and Retail Dealers In city equal to

I may want to advise with you nysell f From a recent discussion regarding Compressed for locomotive headlights lunches set up by the proprietor.-Chi.
INDIAN
gas
later on. :My name, air, I* Wltherby. the bursting of flywheel it appears has been used for some years in cage Tribune. RIVER Gellts' Clothing Cleaned or Wei
A bright and engaging smile cam sudden change in mo It!
that although a

over the faoe of the president of the Lov' mentum, u from putting on a load South applied America to 15 suburban and this engines light now is being being McElree's Wine of Cardul FISH, OYSTERS, TURTLE & Ladies Goods Cleaned 01 J;
.
fin' Guarantee ".Ab, yes, in it it .
company. may fracture the arms, probablethat ;
Heed. he exclaimed "J. Boott Wither centrifugal stress from Increased built by the Brooks Locomotive and THEDFORO'S BUCK-DRAUGHT art GAME. Dying Silks and Cleaning f' '. '.

jbr isn't it?" speed 1* a far more prevalent cause olflywheel works for the Central railway of Brazil for sale by the following merchant iaTtbMvtHe aloes deU ate texture a Sr

That's it," I replied, founded, ktenta.-Ntw York New : O. L. Ak>a*W, Hotels and Dealers Supplied. for price Hit ( .,

H '''ip rising In wy bureau flew tlx _cIl '* Wlllr OP ennui foe W sat Ntna J.B.Sereveo. MAIXHARD BE, =
BRANCH HOUSE: West Palm Buck ft.
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I acn.-mLS: : .1 HYMNS AND HYMN WRITERS.

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"Ue dies, the friend of sinners dies," The Tropical Trunk Line.

*: GRAND VIEW HOTEL >*k I I was by Inaao Watts. It has been materially '

2Sss P altered by John Wesley.
-..... Tltusvllle Florida.
Jacksonville Tampa & Key West
Is "When on Sinai's top I see" is from / Railway.
now being thoroughly repaired and 1 the pen of Montgomery. It was original.
overhauled for the Inter Intel. Rates called the "Three Mountains." JOSEPH H. DUllKEE Receiver. ,
PERSONAL GOSSIP. *2.Op to *2.50 per day. Special' rates \f I
by
week or month. "The Lord my pastor shall pre THE FLORIDA SOUTHFRN R. R. CO. I JUPITER AND LAKE WORTH ITT

lenry C Vedder, for ft long time edl- JXO P. pare" was by Joseph Addison and was INDIAN MITER STEAMBOAT CO. I LAKE WORTH STE.uuns.

fof the New York Examiner, hu McCALL, Proprietor. Special Features at Coronado'-Moderate first printed In The Spectator in 1719. ----=!\( 'f'tlr- .- "oIT" -

i ordained Baptist minister I rates, solid comfort, no' ostentation "Lord, thy glory fills the heaven, }?i;u it-c -: l\.-"..: ...- Tnhl.In C.f frrt .ra" fa. 1M.. ... .. ... MI. -

paying for a pleoe of property In I good fithlrig, good cooking. Write was the work i>f Richard Mant It was lIieip :'map iWi\. .:.. ...J'.1fKStM'lliaArm riamf Imps
Ihwest City, Mo., Mr. Kennels, the HOTEL MELBOURNE for terms.3 translated from si hymn contained in Crap flop ::: ::: Orange I'srk.:. :: : ... H1r. ::I. .. ,. .

Chaser, banded 'over a $500 bill the Roman breviary. leap atop ISi I/p p H : : eta Sees. .: .: .:::.,blagnuOsCprln:: : fiti:::::.::: Sslam aksam: Inapm Ilnpn.: : : 112 Saps pie

IC . ., .. .... . ...
he had carried for 20 MELBOURNE Indian any 1tII1': 1'216p lOt.' .ihtlaka /Clam 12tOpm: 420ps
cb yean.Edison I Riper, FLORIDA. "Oome 0 my soul, in sacred lays, I'HIt I' 1M I' '01140 . ""I..m.. .. . 4 .::1. m .... .'. .
r. wears no overcoat even In Open all the palmetto JJouse was written by Thomas Blacklock, a ,tlO I' 10111' ; don: ei .I'.mlln. . .. I aau Ilam: ? .,
year round Good FishIng # ti 2p 3ISp 12'0p Iohs .. nn ,
coldest weather. fishes three suits Hunting and Yachting. Rates blind man. It contains it pathetio allusion nap alnI' Ilap II II :: ::. .: I.n$crlle. ::::. :... :. aepan' In Us : see al'pm pro
ether garments, which he pnts 'off $2.60 and upwards. .... to the pott's condition 1212a Step/ . U20. .. .. . ,. 1.1.'n. . .. .. ... aesnI, I 10 3tI "S' ..,. .
Ii 07a .Oip 41. ? .... ? .1...'....... -'lnJt.. .. ., ... Casam I..ICa. .
on aooording to circumstances. Proprietress, MRS I. M. GAitn. DAYTONA FLORIDA. "(led is the refuge of his saints" is IAa 4241' 2Anp :1'11I1': .. .. ... Ilere.fuaL. .. . Steam SAlam 2npm4MIp

hymper, the famous Alpine climber 4 + COMFORTABLE and ROME-LiKE. by Watts. It is said by competent critic ... :::: :: ,lads fl ) ItansLr 11mI'Ar1; . ..Island ..... .. .. a: :::: ::" :: lolram Ilus. xlpm 2Yips3b1 :: :

the first to ascend Chimborazo, to be the finest version ever made 'of the 112. IMp 1'012111" .... (.II'.nll1."II".I111". ... ... ,:lnc..m '3II.ullall ,, "
e his collar bone little while ago BEULAH COTTAGE Situated on the Nest Bank of the first five versos 'of the forty-sixth: 'alm. Isa: INp 55): 12Nb: ; I' .. .:nl.I.. JUlln I00aa. 5 5e. ,SSOp: ..
Halifax River, In a beautiful of lama: 1101' 111I.1' 1''I.Ar. .. .. $"nr..I..I.. 111I' '", Snwal? 1/11'1'01/
tug to go up stairs in London. !grove "Shall I, for fear of sinful man" is a 00. eejp trop latp ? .inter 'Itll. 1:11.: m 7Ma. 12 4111' is
palmetto trees; one mile from the At aa a Ois I' auI' 110p r .. ., )rlandn .. .,.. .. Mpm f..n'
'non Bolivar, the South American -- lactic and within easy walking distanceof by John Wesley It was translated by mla CMplip/ : ,4''1' . . .. KI..I.......'... .. .. .. .. 1I11II1'hlllllIII. 12n l2aspm. m
ot, was a little man, 'only 5 feet 4fies the churches and places of amusement. him from the German 'of Winkler. The t lea IlII'p . . 4 "i'Ar. .. .. IIatllW. ,., .I... Cloptnt '0'11"'
: SCi 1I1"I.A. .. ... .Tsn.pa.. ... .. ... ,.. CHI.nl 1 petamI210I'
in height. He never smoked, but A good livery stable Is attached to the original is a favorite hymn In Germany -'M le 1131' . Irop Ar. ... .. .. .I'rt fuopa! I.'Tau: ,,. I.pmem

) fond 'of dancing and lolling in a BIH1.'l' Indian IMter FLA. house, from which guests can order "God is in this and every plaoo" is .. .. 12Mp: / .. .,., V/taiv. .tmelll" .... Ar .... .... tiSpu::: II'aatsI1aa
teams at a moment's notice. .. . InlOsI.r ... ... .1..lk.. ... A' .. .... .,.. 1:1011: hi ships
mock. Kafen-t-J: .50 to *.! f 12 to *13 by Charles Wesley It originally began .. .... aSOp: ...IO.!'. .... Inlt..n. . .. ..... ... IIYlaut: SSSpnacep : .
aroell, the most extraordinary ranL Quiet: place, among the Pineapple week. per day; "And have I measured half my days?" .. .. ... .. II 211. .. .. ... 1f".tIne....... .... ..I.. ... .. luJau: :I/lIq"/
Fields, to a few weeks per M HOAO. . ... 4:11I1': 11.n ....... 1t..Io..II"... ...... ..... ... leaam: 1tII1": .
I genius that England ever produced, upend Hunting, a coincidence being found in the fact
and :::: ::: amp: :: I2wpIAt' .. ., ... .(:alneetllle. .... ., I.r. rMIasl I aimpisIAr. :
H at the age 'of 87 from a cold con- Fishing Boating. that he wrote it at 41 and died at 82. / ::: ::: :: in Nan SNpm: :

pted by being locked out of the house RATES'-$2.50 per day; special rates ST, AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA "Late, late, so' late," is an extract :::: :.. :or I: : 'ti llatpAl.vi : : .:" .:. .11 Mksnop7. ... .I'.':I:::::::: :: steam Sae u : tMpm IOnpm: :::

his termagant wife.x.Ia.or'Ricbard 'rOpen by the week or month. from the "Idyls 'of the King" and it ... :::: Crop IJs: p :::::: .. lr:;::.:' .::: .. ::Froltlend. .;.tk.sls..I1rk.. ,::::: :: .1:1:::::::::: a4tsl::: ii Inpn Tsis

Vanx of Philadela January 15th, 1895. found in the poem entitled "Guine .. .... 744'1' .... 3 'i'Ar i.rhurg i.' .SfInsin Ul sic
''' '' ''
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is 78 years 'old. He is still hale JAMES ANIRM\, COLUMBIA HOTEL, vera" It Is there supposed to be sung ._: .: .... .. J.I::: Ar Ar.1rtoS.erl.n.::::: : :: : ::::Itnsktille.; .:::::::::J:; ;....' :.''... :. :.:. epmam. _is

I hearty and the same picturesque fig. Manager. by a novice at the convent of Almos- .. .. 72 M I' .... ,, ,, t..v.. .. . .J"'k..nf III. .. .. ,.At T ,.ISm- ? smpa.
j that baa attracted the attention 'of Centrally Located on St. George bury .. .. 1131' ", tlt."r."I.: .... .. ..A" II" sus .' ianpu2h ;
for .... .. .. . ... : .eiv" ... . . Tanqa. . . ... .10' CCtpm. I ,.ltlll".
I fellow citizens years pastand HOTEL CARLETON Street. "Thy ceaseless, unexhausted love"came ... .. t70na( .... .. 114 "'I' iv.... .. 'hero's .. .. . .... A' .1.11I.. 555W. ass

r. Mrs. Gladstone will prob- *; Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park from the pen 'of Charles Wesley :::: :... au'a Ina .:.. Saq:II": .. Ik.wling/lrron F'htMrsde :::::1 = I'I: :::':::::: :.: : Cleaisa Sloan:

r spend some time during the winter It is a paraphrase 'on the comment .. 1111II. .,.. ., 1 ,.. .. ... .. A".",11.. .. .. .. ., II ... . I T.7flamIrlp :
Cannes where they are to be the Jacksonville, Florida. and a full view of the Ocean and made by the celebrated commentator . .. .. .,. IIMI.'A'' .. . ..I'un' fI".m\ . .. CCtas:
:-:-:- lMI': IOMa .;.... ry---.IR.: ekennrlbe; ;; -- : :- At..r -l1ApnltMp i
ate of Lord and Lady Rendel at thelean rolling breakers from the Benson 'on the in Exodus l'
placzaa.W passage
. ....
tlllll': .. 1.\ ..,. Entcrprlw. Jnurtlon. '.. lap ,.
de Thorene, which is one'of the Opposite Po atofco. zxxiv: : 6.-St Louis Globe.Democrat ... a12I': gasp:: ., ,. .s.lrrpris.. .. .... ... 9ues.m 13.1 \
st villas 'on the Riviera. a alp 111p .. .. .. .. .o.trn .. .. .... .1.. Clsaml 2atp.i
.. :::: : ales I: .. : : i: .C::: .. SMan: 12Mps:
be novelist B. L. Farjeon is 'of all M TEAHEN Proprietor GEMS OF THOUGHT. __ Jill I' _all.1 :::: .j.Ar ....,? .TITI.M\IF.i.I.; .,.... ,. I.tII""m_ :c.!!
\ Dickens school, the 'one who follows Under New Management f.IOI'. .Y. Ar \t. Mora I.v ... .... t o2a: III .
,
Noble desires, unless filled up with f2llp. lor T.rs,". I.. ... . t'.n. _
et closely the master's path. He was =

e i a journalist in New Zealand, but Thoroughly renovated, new plumbing, Gas, Electric Bells and perfect systemof action, are bat a shell 'of gold hollow I.\. Jacksonville! (Indian R. ExrfJO) 4.1 l iv. Ityt\II'ulnl.I,, ,,( IleachRlOOO! ) a

ocouraging letter from Charles Dick new furniture, new decorations, gas, Sanitary Sewerage. within. I.tI"nfor,1 . . . 1II "I I.1I0tel lake ll'orlhLtVI.g.( ) 10Ela:

induced him to return to England, electric light, steam heat, elevator, oval People seldom improve when they Ar. Tltullville (wltArf) . 1..lIotellthl'rlHhll'rft( ) 104a:
fere he has produced 20 novels. annunciator, hot and cold baths, elegantly have no other model than themselves to I.Tltunille (dally u. Nnnday! ) 411 P I Due Junovl" I.Rlte Worth I"tr.) 1111.1s

President furnished copy after Due lintel Indian H.. Rockledlte, 700 p I.v. Juno (via J..t I.. W. 111.) 1160 a
t is relatedof' Andrew orchestra
parlor, #_ Indianola House # While the world lasts the sun will Due Jupiter ((following day).... J2 30 pAr, Jupiter (dally). 122I':
ban that 'once when his favorite Strictly first-claw In every respect L\. Jupiter (dally). . . U 4.1 P I.\. Jupiter (daily u. Mapudat' ) 100 p
the mountain before it shines
ant Charles, the White House coach- gild tops Ar. Jupiter (via J. .t L. W. ny). 120 pAr. Hotel Indian n., (n11'kltl'!/ n 00.
a, was takes with malignant small- RATES'-$250 to *4 00 per day. upon the plain. I.\, Juno (nit Lab Worth 8tr.). 180 pl.\. lintel Indian n.. (nIK.ltlf'hr} tit 00"Itlle

: and no competent nurse would coma Special by the week, and to Commercial Healthy Location on East Bank of Do not be ashamed to confess your lintel Riviera (Rhlels). :2 00 at Due TltulVllle (dully u. Sunday II 4.1 a

I Hickory himself took charge 'of the Men. ignorance whenever you see an opportunity nile Hotel Lake Worth (W.I.It) 2 8,1 pl.Titullville (wharf),. '" 12 20 p

and attended his servant till he CRAPO & LeVENE Indian River, FIorida.| of acquiring knowledge.The Due Royal J'olndana (Palm 11.) a00p Ar JaeltllollYillelullian1lver( : F.I) 1100p

( recovered. gnarliest and hardest of hearts
Proprietors Dally, t I>ally * William A. Vincent has been has musical it but
Judge some strings they
REACHED BY STEAMBOAT FROM Additional Indian Rlv.r.errice liy arouerappninted to toav Tltuivllle T:on *. m Mnnriav,.
ninently mentioned for the mayoral. are tuned differently every 'one of ut. Wetlnaeilay. and t'rldav. for tUxklodiie, Mellmarn and wav landing. Humming, leers Mel
|of Chicago. He is perhaps the only TITUSVILLE AND COCOA. bourne 7 no s. m., Tumdayt, Thunulayi and Haturdayt iln* Tltuivlll t p. m.
There are two kinds of critics-those
J HOTEL x COQUINAHRMOND.BYTHESEA,4* ITMMAN CAR BKKVICEi-Train 23. parlor Buffet i to whom President Cleveland has who complain that roses have thorns, and Puma Ocala r tendered direct personal apology others who are grateful that thornshave Hurst ran JIM.kwmvllle. In Tltiiavllle Tnla No :M. linnet alee).Ing nt New York t.. fort T...."..
be removed him from the House New and'Comfortable., Train S I rs M, HulTct ilraiilnir..' (Innlnnall and Jaclc.mrlll* to Tainia| Train No 7', Part., lluf-
president roses. ,..I can between Punta tlnrila. Tampa and Jacksonville| Parlor llnltet Can Tt'invllla to Jaiknon-
Boe of chief! justice 'of the New Mexi- yule; Chair can Hrookivlll to Palatka. Train No rl, HufT t ilwplng can Port Tampa to N sw
Al Rooms Face the River. There is nothing which marks more York and Tampa. to (Inclnnatl
[ but him similar
supreme court, gave a decidedly the character of men and of w. B ram, w M, DKXMAM, n. n. TABIK,
ointment la Montana. Pure, Soft Water. nations than the manner In which they (}e". Bup6: J..T. K, W, a',. flnpt Florida Houihern R.H. G.n. Rupt Ind KlverMtlt. Co.
FLORIDA O. I>. ACKEKLY! Uen.nl l Huu.nrr Agent! Jarkionvllta. ria
Terms:-18.00 per week. For Monthly treat women. -

STAGE GLINTS. rates, addressG. Gracious words, sympathizing attentions .

Frederick Warde and Loots James OPEN DEC. (Ist W. SCHUYLE'ft.Indlano IeDllthentheeeOOl'watchfulness against woundingmen' very little Jacksonville,
liked Llom's Month
ve been In "The
Chicago. !&, Fla. but are priceless in value 4 St. Augustine

Franklin It II better to meet danger than to
MaoLeay's performance 'ofgo SURFEBATHIHG AID DRIVING Are
wait for it He that Is on a lee shore
.
since is considered Edwin Booth.by many critics theist Specialties at Oraond.ty Green Cove Springs, Florida and foresees a hurricane stands out to & Indian River

sea and encounters a storm to avoid
Dominick Murray was once in a com. For Circulars address, shipwreck.Good .
my which was personally rehearsed

Charles Dickens, the novelist. SEISER &: VIKING Managers will make nature and evenness 'of temper for Railway.Tim. .
you an easy companion
Effle" Stewart who sang in "The Mesh S : CLAIR HOTEL. life; virtue and good sense, an agreeable ; Tim. T.bl. In Effml r.... lllh, "'U8.
has since been successful as San.
zza with the Duff 'opera company. ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. and friend husband.; love and constancy, a good wife All Rail Line to Lake Worth via St. Augustine, Ormond and

David Belasoo has a new play, "Heart FINEST LOCATION AT THE SPRINGS Nothing more effectually conquer -- Rockledge. -

Maryland" and it is said Palmeray y THE IDYLWILD # mental indolence and rouses torpid powers South Bound. North Bound i

put it on before "Trilby" ready. to exertion than the necessity! of ,

Maud Harrison has succeeded Blanche : making decisions, united to the conscientious So.23 NOI. I NUaa o. $T e IN..M'NoSel o.t. I 'o. 'IlLL.

akh in "The Girl I Left Behind Having unobstructed view of desire 'of making right ones. r J""IIo.o'.I.; ... TlIIa: 101111 a liio"Ti ji p I.v w hln& J."b.. :-, uaa IS a iAMC.
Augualns. lIaIIrollllll. .W" 111" Iv Itlrlan.. .. .... 121 a m
6. Miss Walsh will Join Nat Good Melbourne, Florida. L.II'.A"lu.II"., ''_ '::10111' ? l.vW.JDI'lte'I .... ....tlllll. fill' ais
in. L.It..UnJll.. ...... 124/1" I.vll".und. .. I'IN a '.
THE FASHION PLATE.
-,i the St. Johns River Lv .....' Palatka? .2'J.lIIIII'.: L'Ahel... .... ...,. .?. 113. s
Stanley de Lonzo, formerly a Meth A'.I.'..... .... "1..... I I' :--:-:-: ::: :- LvStuarL......... .. ..., less
let minister, has joined the "MoFad Open January 10, 1805. Velvet capes, with feather trimming I..I..LII. . enrl2.: I.. "......"..... .. .. .... II27a lest.Arltrq ,.
.. ... .. .... .
Klen. ... .
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and the outline of the
for collar .
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yoke, lo/oa 2IC .
n's Elopement" company as advertis- A select family house; Beautifully' are stylish and attractive.A Lv aan Mateo : :: II N p a t: N'urt, JJ... :::: :: : : : ::::I Il. : :

g agent"Westward located on a Bluff, overlooking Indian Thoroughly Renovated. Hot and cold rhuuesd.. :...: :: tc oa'lOp ;r: : == L. M"IIN.II'.... .... ? 11II.1.1. nLr
Ho, a new comic River. Bright fires best 'of beds, largerooms very Frenchy gown is of pale heliotrope Onmesd .. ..1055* 120 I' ,. .. 1..II'arno. . .... . f.
opera ,handsomely furnished accordion plaited chiffon studded ).' (".....n".IIDO.. .. Stop. .. .. ., I.. : .,.,. .. .. .. ,
through ,
Den Wolf is being tried and praised Sulphur Baths In the hotel. 1.\'IIa'.a. .. 'osst... 111'1' .. .., .. Lv lnmkladge.. .... ? .. 22u p. I a isLv
the Boston Museum. J. H. Ryley out, offering every home comfort. with silver spangles, and blue and Port ihang.. .. ...... 100" .... I." '''''. ...... .... .. .... 17M p s

in the cast By Cuisine a Specialty MARTYN & EDGERTON. white flowers adorn the nock. tr.kn'ie: ::: n Ins Ile p : .. : Iv IvTlwwlll.: CityI'.tnt I ,: :::: :::::. :: : orpU4ups 1213psCCp

will .. .. .. .. .... ... ... ....
Mrs. oiarda f Many new wraps this season be 1.\'Tlcu..III. 116Ta2O p Lvl..k 11111. .. S/y. I IO 1' s
Langtry has tried "A House RATES : $2 day. Less week. of the elaborate Parisian L. ('It, J'oIDI. ..'? .110 p. . I.\ New 1III'm., .... .. .... .. /s, r t 41; p s e
which she calls new, on Phila- per per long. Some most 1.' ('.."., .1171' . L\'I.'I''alllf.. .. ...... .. .. lut I' "
Haw. Wbat Ue ww.Country of ... .. .. .. .
(Iphia. It garments are made bluet gray Iv lhskkdyte.124..p slop Lvlrytaa ., .' .. sLv
is made of Sardoa'sRaison. "Irl'OO"
out ... ., ..
Fs (addl. / Arinmond /
116p sLv
Neuve." Tough-I wanta dozen eggs, 'or tan colored cloths of fine silken luster Sarno. 6/:a : ... ., .. I.vhomnd: '::: : .::: : : CM: pI 1 Ha sI.Mellsirne

and I want rem bad, lee.Orooer.taoetioUllyWhen. ... ... J alp IMp ... .. .. I.. (.In.n'' "unCI.. .. . /M.p 2Mps
Techaisoowski's brother_,. the combser I.. IItJ....".. ... Ta, I' .. .. .. .. Ar ....."....".... ...... 6CJ pu6 I' s
left unpublished an entirely fin- you say The 'old fashioned fur cape known M 1.\ Furs l'leree S imp filii I' .. ... ... Irll i 'Sisnes .. .. :::::. 11n; ,...,
had piano concerto and a duet between rou want ;them bad, yon mean you want the victorine is again coming Into fa Lv LJ.n.s.Kdea., .:::: ::.:,: .IA.p 20p IMp 111p .: :: :: :.:: LreanMaterLv .. .. .. ''I" ..

omeo and :Juliet with orchestration. Have it ? $- what 1 Why them good.Country. vor. The ends cover the front of the{ Scusrl .. . 119 I' .. .. .. Ii 1'.tai..; .. .. .. Trpi, 31) 1' t.
seen
you Tough-Naw, I don't. I Vatit and extend to the foot 'of 1.'Alicla. ,. ... p .... .... L. 1'aleik.,. .. _b_ S essJs
What a fortunate country England the Walton Rapid Calling Machine. If want'em as bad u De "Mi nearly l.v lint. I\IIIIDd. .. .. ... I' '. .. .. ... tilr..ulIl(......,.. ... .. .. a es p s
I There you own a sail or row beat, don't fall to yer got the skirt Lv W. Jupiter.. .. .I.S'J 1' .. ., .... A, lit. Au".tln. ...., / yl .11II1' n
Is a copyright on "Daisy have one on hand. It 'Is a great labor I kado" plays at the town hall tonight The tailor while L\'RI.I.'a..... ... ..... P .. 1..11'. Augustine. TOfI& .11I. 100.. _
costume quite
as
ell" over there, and the one woman and Is patented In the United lee?-Yonken Statesman. AW..hA JIeIII'b loop 4111' A'.nvll.. .. S Its\ I000a .ot p aEACT
saver,
ho has popular u ever for street wear, is by
the to the
legal right stag song Great Canada etc. A
States, Britain most gladly aside for COAST AXU WElT COAST, EAT COAST iNlr WEST COAST,
Londoa women put a
has been rival who a.llable. I
suing a few of the state rights will be sold at a
pied it reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton "Mrs. Decker Is*a wonderful whist more dressy style There are charming "'... SL ADcu.tI.a, Orse.d sad.Orange V,.. Tltusvllle and E..r"rt. .rD."

Titusville, Fla. player." costumes 'of fancy velvet with plain City .r..ruuDo ties.OUTII. .

TURF TOPICS. Uk or satin. NORTH
"In what wayr '
It has come to be the custom to wear I STATiON5. I No- No 1BTAT10NC.. I No 1No. \
"She can play right through a game So H No I
Most driven are advocates rf bearing only strictly high neck dresses No.xl
and not lose ia her &or any -
single point '
'ins, but should be 100Ie.Ma.or : Tt.a! I.' J..11..vll.. A r TI.-----:: : ::: : : dos L. W''ln, lleaeb ."It.
they quite -chicago Inter Ocean. other hour than evening A dress may Se 11'. A up.Clao .. SSip. .. .. .. tit: Fort Tierra .1':IIII'
Cwtis of Boston Is an enthnsi- be extremely handsome-indeed u elegant 'I/Ia"! rsiatka e 1np .. It ets Melbourne.
tic .. ie .. (lr......" .311 p ..... II Ire' ..... IsiIN 14rieee. .
horseman and owns some fast ones. as one chooses-but should be close
.
Irytoas tea
Btraightfire. sister to a& the throat. . I/IM : N.wNmyroa : : =:: :: : .. . U ,ArRul' :: ::ln.I.L. : ;;
out of Crossfire
JVO. P. McCALL. .. .
IlIIHa II 1..1t. Melee II 111\I1.\ 1211Op' III", I.1'ltunlll.. Ar aMp
renal, is aa apt sample of Australian R Pink and brows...* a favorite com (hung. L'IU" ... 'II". 21Ap A, Enterl.ri.Jua. Lv SJunetloelAr
bination. .. .IUIlaA'1' )' ( 111I1' Sur SOpAr, Kanln Lv06p
omeuclatara The pink must be somewhat
.. I lay A' anf..,,, Lv I rep alp I 10" L\ aaeturd A" i 31
S Florlan. a, B*. Simon-Falm. :INDIAN: : : : RIVER: HOTEL, delicate and a shade of 'old rose hare I IAp .. Wlnte Park .... 12 4IIp .. .. f 01'1' C eM: Wlnler I"rk 12 C7p
sold Imph6.udo lilp. ., Ilp (Mande 1:111I": ,
monises well Brown is better without

wet r, has bee for f.n,60iUo.aoto ... 2/np k.lu._ II 12 CO. /pry Slap k.IOIII" la
the stud ia Ireland. any suggestion of yellow, although tan ? SIC(. II Tampa .. 5Np .. .. Tangs asSiep
TITUSVILLE and pink have. been used together with II Tamps Nay lIo1eaov .. .. . ie. Tampa IIa s hoist a ass
Adolph a year-old gelding, winner aq. : I'urt Tampa s. .. l'ut Tampa a
San excellent tffwt-New York Led,.. I :lop Pent ,lords : :lap : .. : : .J Punte (k.dn. Saul
Francisco is s half brother toa Indian River. ... .1G3Op" BL htentbur II 13D .. ... ., .. In. Petersburgab.l\
h Butterflies the Futurity wiD...
The dimensions of the champion trotting
Colonel Q H. Payne will make his Fla. All l twem Jatuoavln and Bt. Aaicuitlu I .
as t3.7:
*f debut thl..ear. He has half domeaougiten rearliDgAbd.l1Ihera M. AaKuitln ran dally as'a Huwlay.
a :
fallows Itltf bands forward, U.'" Train* n, ft W and 71 make BO .top* between Jackaoavlll.* and Bt AinHiM..
In Willis Lakeland's oare. JXO. P. HcCALL.HAIAOEB.<<: hands behind, weight 810 pounds.A Train 23 make local Itou* between Jatkeuavlll, and .,.Augustine, but sunk of Mt.AvguatlMitou
elation whU k tint to tbowaTrain .
only at I'ppoelte *
During the refs of Charles lot Ear- trotting meeting now ia progress Z3.II and is rarry bent Parts tan between Jarluonvlll an oil everybody wore boots and spurt, :Train M CIUTW l-ullmaa Buffet Btorulnir ear a rout from New York M M. A.cu rHie. '
csther at Moscow Which is to last till Train IT Is.oisi. led eieluelrely uf Pullman I car, xecpllDf on MoMlcre, whoa train I*
they ever mounted a bond or Open AH The Year. Marck Racing Is held twice each week Mull pad wick rerular "t'b.I".4
0\* Train M earrlea tollman. Sleeping can *. tout It AagtutlM M New York via r
With very liberal pur noraemaa. C. If. and alters Hallway
Pawnee, I:Sfl Jf, was the model faa Train l cnnpoaed .." ,,.. of Pullman. Bleeping. and Dining _no Bf AncMtln M New
b bone York via Atlantic C.aM Line, eiceptlnr on Hunday* when train U egslIgstd with rvnlar ewarhea.Trala .
represented In the equestrlaa Only a few minutes' 7,carrle tatted Puke rare Weet fall ea<,h to J .ckeon,Ule, also 1'uiiman IMevptogvan
toe of General Shenaaa recently walk from Hallway statiotM ea rout M. tea..lo New York via Atlantic coast UaeIrmln .
f cted.f and Steamboat wife war 74 earrlee.C' t rlor ear Weat Psi Hess to M Airuitlnefaeeengen .
land
and
Albert stingy am train U and 71 nave Twealy Miatee far l>la... at Orm.md Jn.d'u"rurr.n
f has been stated that settlers were lags. kept him at work dsy and Bight tut fear on S3 and 74 kava tan slant, for leach at iwmond Jua tlon.
j Oa the "au" .le shuwe tka lltai at which train nay be expected to arrive and d>rrt fans
4uedto eating horseflesh latheredrought the they would starve. His biography says the ae. enl .tel"..., but their arrival or departvr at UM Claw sled I* not guaranteed an* don*
.> In the western part of fa-famed Indies River "8he tormented him until he dried nj tba C 4..._, bold Itself r.psdbl le for maj delay or say cooaequeave analog Ilierefnrw.J. w

crthDakou. I like bundle of straw." B. A1BOTT. JOSEPH RI'HARPAOK
V11Ta1JXU2NIITW: :TVTA: .TVTZLCt-.iii rvi ft m-rtoaUanl. 0..'I fneeengev AgeuX.INDIAN .

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":\ The Palmetto Itoiuu >R1tOnB. Latest U.S.Gov't ReportBaking
It: of all in Leavening Power. THE ROBBINSKKAHAfl(


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i j.;'" t powder LAW, LOANS, HEAL ESTATE
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",>f We have for sale a large list of carefj

I ABSOLUTELY PURE selected Indian River Properties,

Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast 1I
...
A Clock IB a Win Do"
] l Canal and Transportation Co.
) FAIR AS- There 1* now being exhibited: In the I
I window of the shop of Mr. Kaps, the CANAL LA1VDS.Florida .
:1 watchmaker, a clock the work of which. Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Tey West Railway ('
are In the Inside of an ordinary clear Land Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment OIL,
11 a. FLA., Feb. 23, 05. glass wine ,bottle the dial plate being and other Low Priced Lands--
.ion will please set obliquely on the top of the bottle. 1\fOD-OY-: to LanDA1 3V ny A' on XI'a
season you tickets to our How the work were introduced into the At Ten per cent, in aunts to tuit.
I. I bottle 1* the mystery at first glance but Writs for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties,
.. aware, we were; even when It i* ascertained that no single -
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our 'fair date piece 1* wider than the neck of the Titusville. Florida.
will to March 19th-I bottle the wonder then occur to the
,' owing to the unprece- mind. to how the piece of inch delicate
' weather which ha machinery were therein put togeth-
Fred S. Chaffee & Co
entire this date.almost Insur er.Demerftra Argosy.FOR .
,
the management
double In value pre- three-room in
SALK-New cottage
.. *} I In the vegetable and South Titusville, with front and back -.t-- THE CORNER DRUG
STO
*, hoping thereby to porch; brick foundation, flue and fire-
on, ; and merit undaunted place. Also Io, 60x00.: Cost $850.
the people. For terms, address Samuel Welch,
very truly, box 04 Tltusvllle, Fla. Photograph TITUSVILLE FLORID.!
F. $ Y. WAT, secretary. forwarded on request ,
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.of ern, ; We try to keep a full stock of
(.Jol, ; 10 will, 20, 21 take,2.',place 23, 189 at;;. Pure Fresh Drugs of Best Qui[
; Purity, Freshness and Quality in Drugs I la a very Important matter.

$40 was I ; : I $15.00 Calking each.)!acbl.In use...., A good line of Toilet Articles, Stationery, Cigars, Etc,,

principal boat-builders T-uHa U. We run our Business in "Up-to-Date" Methods.
pamphlet and testi JACKSONVILLE FLA
e J3T- Special attention to mall order We will try and fill your wants\1
just a*well as If you called In'person. All order for goods In stock Blilp<<
( ) : day they are received. We want )'oul"rade.
.
. March f 1st ==

our issue sible I entire Stock of Goods at 10 and 15 J. S. Smith, Jr., c4c Co

DEALERS IN -
and

,the : ; off the present low cash prices ::

the were' FOR CASH. "..!-nBRICKILime i : : :

we this discount from the closest prices made by any one It i*
\' : : of profit or losses, but am
.Ip;" Cement, Plaster, Hair, Etc, l\\
to convert Immense Stock into Cash.
An t my AGENTS roB :- Will always give very lowest f I'|
A. too much stock for the hard times, and will make Attractive nOME BRICK CO., Rome, Ga., I and prompt shipments.
page COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta Ga.,. Give us your order and wi |r
never more complete and attractive ,with fresh, new goods, TIlE CAROLINA BROWN STONI CO. | antee satisfaction.
before the freeze,'and goods received since OFFICE : WAREHOUSE:
: Soo beforo making your Purchases. 138: East Bay Street. McConihe Bloc.|
) Telephone SS4. Telrphoo Ml
.1er / GEO. IB. R'CTMPH_ JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.Groceries .
first --
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and.
on' E. L. :se.: .. ..:cz-
;: : House Building Materials 4-
C. I) $
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and Grain Garden Seed Ferttf
; Hay |
to Highest Doors and Blinds,Lime, Cement, Nails and I ,
dar. i I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
St Mle Ac U'liiicy Crroccricn, Fr

and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty. And Food' ProductsOf
; All Kind Also My Stock of

$ : G. F. PADDISON, Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed :Me 1
. TITUSVILLE, FLA., and BAIT GALLIE, FLA.
ause Groan Foot and.:Wheat.
-- I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the abort 1 bGood.
of FEASTER & BREITWISCH, rv your patronage... I buy close Very, and truly will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and i;

dow lined :Z;. L. :aB.ADT: :
Successors L. A. Coleman, -- ----

,the who duct only DealersSYholesaleIn and Retail FLORIDA MEATSsOrange nds.all C Motlow & Wagoner]

and Vegetable Growers. RETAIL AGirmS- FOR

| La Grange, Fla.- PURE SOUR MASH WHISKS

8. G. VANLANDIJ.-GHAM. See, Troas.
; ALL KINDS OF
MILLS LUMBER CO.
,
two ,
\7S7TLrLest, sPirit: x" aeers Et
TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. .
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October, 1804-Successors to R. Hanson Co --------
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and all Kinds of Rough and. Dressed Lumber DUREN&FEASTEGROCERIES
on hand. Also special bill of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched
order. Barrel heads and cover and cypress tank of all size
1>.' ,. All Kinds of Mouldings, Turned and Scroll Work a
. \ our firm I la a contractor and builder of many year*' experience, OF ALL KINDS. Francis H. Leggett A C'
to make estimate and take contract for the construction
kind of private and public edifices on reasonable term and In
=aityt:The ) manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere. Fine Groceries.
for Correspondence and Patronage Solicited.

sells" Fruits and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all :.

: Selection
or CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARK; -
by OF rr Agent for William & Clark: Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited
days >-
:ggg __ Very Troly, X>urn *> Fenster
=: c::>
c-::=>: d "THE LITTLE BROWH JUG. ,"

\lu : C
Old Kentucky

4 RYE OR BOURBON
:
c::>
ONE:
GALLOX Delivered
t5: la Sealed Case, (no mark*)'at your .
depot, freight
prepaid,
I BELT BUCKLES AND CZARINAS, On Receipt of $3.

ANTHONY BROS., The Jewelers. tial..1AU Address business Strictly Conflden

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WANKLYN& CO,
Jacksonville, Fla

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RICHARD W. GOODE. '
uoFlorida
JAMES T

I- i making special prices on Lumber, Notary cbantcr I

) in lots Real Estate !
c' ", car toall points South on the

I. R. R'J. For M! particulars, Address -
S :: Writ. ,us for descriptive
? I price ll.t '
(
BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., -
POSTOFFICE BOX I eo.
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t 3.
St. Augustine Fla. MELBOURNE
Brevard Co., FLA.






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