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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: March 8, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
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System ID: UF00079909:00121
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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 TO COMMAND SUCCESS, BUT WE'LL DO MORE-DESERVE IT.

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10. No. 5. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, MAJRCI-I 8, 1895. P1'ice,5c.



,CAL NEWS I Heart This Column Carefully -Mr. Cha Cleveland, of Merritt, has -Dr. W. I. Hughlett, who escorted )(arrl Meklo IMnte ClrciiM. I The New 1'riM'exs'' Gasoline' Htotc
the Dutchess of Castlllucla to XI'W'ork
been spending a day or so In town this I
pies of General Interest. TilE EAGLE CI.OTHIXO STORE, In theADVOCATE week. a short time returned to his home A !good baker,
aJo\\ Harris Nlckl-Plate circus will leave
at Cocoa on A record breaker
block, Titus*'Ille are the ay. ,
clothiers -Mr. F. C. Can tinE', Cocoa's well acksonvlllQ on the 14th Inst., for Cocoa, A home maker,
leading on the East Coast of .
-Mr. Green of the Indian River Palmetto
known attorney, wall In town Tuesday where It on the 10th following, "
nd General Gossip In connection Florida. Give them a trial. opens I 'Tin such a "taker,
jdlitit River and Lake Worth lee. and gave us a pleasant call. Fibre Mattress company, of this. with performance at Titusville on the The "New l'nlt't'lIsj";

ring put week. Brief mention of ENGRAVING neatly done at Anthony -Mr. J. II. Jones of Providence, R. place. the spent first a of couple the week.of das In JacksonIlia 8th, New Smyrna the linh, nl1tonltho For sale right away,
from Various Part. land 20th, St Augustine the :Slst, and returnIng By Ray .t Day,
tins Event Bros., Titusville, Fla.I I., who owns on Lake Worth,
>Vorld About People Ton Know started south on Tuesday.A Archdeacon R. F. Brown will hold to Jacksonville for performance on Titusville, Fla.
ple Ton Don't Know Pickedt AM selling partially slack lime for divine service at Cocoa on Sunday the the 22nd! and 23rd.Dlarringw!. Buy It,
t>ur Society Editor. diets, per barrel. L. C. Oliver.WIIERE London barrister says that a signature 10th at IO:$O a. m., with Holy Conimun- ----- Try It,
must be written, a typewriter or Ion; and at Men lit at 3 p. m. In Tflhl'" 11Il'. And you wont deny It.

to'IItop.. See list of hotels printed signature being Illegal.Mr. : .
on -Mr. G. Marx, a well known produce
Rgh1s+E our 4th and 7th pages: l J. J. Jacobs, of Wheeling: W. merchant of Jacksonville, spent from On TIIl'II11ayiallt Mr. Frank Thompson, Another Marriage.
i Va., Is stopping at the Indian River Saturday until Monday In town. He
lilcf engineer of the steamer St. Augustine -
DEED the ADVOCATE blanks lilt office.each; $:].OO per 100, at hotel!, enjoying$ the hunting and fishing.Mr. gave our office a call ere returning home. now; running on Lake Worth$ l 1)eween We received! the following Invitation

Robt. Gladwin, who has been at -Mr. V. 0. Gordon, who, has been usa Juno and Palm Beach, was united yesterday: "Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. D. I.usk

NEGLIGEE Shirts of all sizes and Port Tampa for some months past, is two weeks'yachting cruise down In- In the holy lionds of matrimony to Miss request your presence' at the marriage; of
to please,the most fastidious patterns at now making Lakeland his headquarters.Miss dian River returned I here )jenterday. Jennie Dougherty, of thin place. The'cicmony their daughter, Miss Pauline Dayton, toitr.
c SP : ; l was performed at the Lund Senrle MrCollum Tuell.lllye""lIlnll.
the Eagle! Clothing store Titus\ille. !.ffie R. Merrill of Courtenay Ire left Mr. }). M. Hutchlnson I at bewail s ,
s ouf spent from Friday until ,Monday! In town, Point, on his way further south.Mr. house, Mr. John C. Jones, notary public, larch mh:!" ISUI\ at 8 o'clmk. Mathws .
rGs Dictating. The neadymarriml l couple, Fla.
STOP at the City Barber Shop-whIte as the guest of her friend, Miss M. Ran- Henry Anthony who has been
left, the same day, for West Palm Beach, Miss Lnsk Is well known at Georgians: ,
barbers. Razors honed. corn. working on his land at Geoiglana for which will In future bo their homo. Cocoa, Men Itt, Rockledge and other

-Miss Kate Pritchard has been visit- some weeks past, returned to town, I places on Indian River, and we are sure
FINE watch, clock and jewelry repairing Ing her friend, Miss Little Jones' at Tuesday, on a couple of days'' visit lie her many frll'u.l"11'111 wish her a long
(f S Ppf at Anthony Bros., the jewelers. I New Hartford, Conn., during the past says he likes it very much nt Georgians.Miss Narrow INeapo of an lln: ,{lueer. lire of connubial bliss and prosperity, In "

week which the ADVOCATE joins."
Toll first class shoemaking and repairing or so Ruth Woodward gave a very
I On Friday lost, ns the Indian litter
call on J. A. Daughtrv at Mr. Nolre'sold Before you attempt to cut back your pleasant birthday: party to her young
River StcamlM Co.'s steamer Sf. Augstlne -
stand, Titnsville, Fla. orange; trees, do not fall: to read the ad. friends on Wednesday last, celebrating -whluh runs between Juno and The Nleamer White.
rlCo$5iAtt1 vice given by Mr. John A., Macdonald on her seventh birthday. It was thoroughy -
SHOES! in endless variety. A large: stock our 2nd page. enjoyed by those who were" jnesent. the Palm Royal Ut'ach-wall Polnrlana making wharf a, somethingn landing at On Tuesday; the Indian River Stenm-

just received at the Eagle Clothingstoie -The Misses Fanny Gray and Florence connection with the and I Hint Co.'s steamer White was taken off
-Vice-president J. R. Parrott, of the t'lIjIllIbunt; ,
the between' Tlttisvlllo and I Mottourne
; tiS1 s Titusville. Flagler Railway; and Mr. Geo. II'" Miles, forwood, who have been attending St.JOIICpb'1 threw a plug with groat force against run, there not lying sufilcieutb11sl-

of the E. C. L. C. A T. Co., passed south, Academy, St. Augustine, for the fare of Engineer Hover, Indicting a for the three stenniers of this line
HIOIIMT price paid for old gold and months In ness
Tuesday, on a private car. some past, are now town again.: painful gash. In consequence of the accident -
8 silver at Bros. Titusville.WE on Indian River. The above comiMiny
Anthony
Their many friends are pleased at their ( our correspondent Informs us
-Mr. Chas. A. Dexter, Mrs. C. A. that the detained arc !giving an excellent service this
AWOCAT have a beautiful row boat, worth Dexter and Mrs Geo. E. Dexter, of New return.Mr. St.hours.Augustine was winter, and their two lino steamers t.I.uele .
> anywhere $70. Will sell cheap for York, spent a day: or so In town on their O.K. Mix, of Fall River, who nearly two and Sebastian, are still running
cash, or exchange for typewriter or way down Indian River. has been spending some weeks at Rock- between' TltiisvllloMidJnplter-connvctng -
high grade bh.yclo. Anthony Bros. ledge, left that charming place Monday, The I'ackuood Murder Cute. with their steamer St. Augustine at
-Editor E. D. Olin, of the Mel on his way homo. He In said to have Juno, which runs to the Royal 1'olnclaiv
business man who would bourne Times, who has been on a trip to
prosper been quite popular' at Rockledge, and wharf at Palm Beach
Jri.irn KLIXE TI.
id,lIt as necessary to pay ndvertls6s Washington; avenue, Jacksonville\ Palatka and other places, not only did one of the orchestra of This horrible! cane still hangs on wear-' .
tusville Is Sweet Orr itCo.'s -- -- -- -- --
as grocery bills. It may be reII now selling and returned home on Tuesday Hotel Indian River play a departing cor- ly. It Is removed from Voluslit county
I In that the businessIlio fine overalls pants. Call to Tallahassee on a writ of error, and The Piedmont lilejrle.
passing, net solo In his honor, but an AUVOCATE
A. L. Hatch John
and buy a pair. Messrs. Henry
has no advertising bills to pay, representative noticed six ladles giving last week It was argued before the Su-
Illy finds It difficult to pay his gro- and County Supt J. II. Sams were in him a "send off" at the train. We ireme court. Messrs. II. M. Miller, of Full guaranteed! for one year, Is stricty -
llls. To LET, a fine brick store In the ADVOCATE town the first of the week attending the thought we observed one young lady )eLand' and ):. K Foster, of Sanford, grade, with all 1WU' improve
block, Titusville. Excellent location School Board meeting. pull out her handkerchief at the train a appeared\ for the Accused; anti Alex St. ments. We" put It against any $H5
Possession be had at Clair Abrams of Tavares; and Attorney wheel made It Is A wheel that Is built
may -Capt. Jas. Pritchard, Mr. Wm. }I. began to move; but It may have beento ;
I The ADVOCATE may be had at once. Apply to Robbins & Grahamor Brown and Mr. S. F. Gray have been wipe a fly out of her eye. General Lamar for the state of Florida.We : tn sell at $85, but to Introduce them In
ft even's drug store and Mrs. Emmas C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, beautifying their respective propertiesby understand the court has taken the Florida' our company has decided to sell

news stand, 5c. per copy.lie Titusville. planting more palmetto palms. case under advisement.<< them this spring at the remarkable low
Thc et'Jll'lIll1" of DUcajno Ua,'. price of $it(), ladles'' or gentlemen; wood
ADVOCATE don't cost you threeer MONEY. We want money to loan on first Messrs.. Greenlcaf& Crosby, of Jacksonville or steel rim, Morgan A Wright tires,
>er week, postage Included, when real estate mortgages.: Teu percent have been doing so large: a The report of Major Handhury on the Tho Afternoon Tea Garford saddle\ with full set of tools.
liy. the year. free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden business at their branch jewelry store deepening of Biscayne Bay was sent to We ate sole agents for this state. Subagents -

ft id Anthony Bros' new ad on 8th &; Sanders, Titusville and West Palm at the Royal Poinclana, that they had to Congress on Friday last The major says This very enjoyable affair-glvr'n at wanted In every city and town In
Beach, Florida. send down another assistant.Mr. It Is worthy of improvement' and $1,50(1: ( the residence of Mrs Howell Titus, for I Florida. Mr Harry. C. Eyer II our agentat

Roy Puckett, who has been employed II asked for to pay the expenses of a sur the benefit of the Episcopal! church organ Roekledge. Any orders given him
te) du Nil, Sarno, Is a pretty spot LARGEST, finest and .most fashionable for some time past by Noble I Bros vey. -came off, as announced In the ADVOCATE will be mutually appreciated.Mr. .
nrists to stop at. stock of gents' clothing on the East of DeLand, returned to town on Wednesday on Tuesday afternoon Tea and J. E. Bowman, sheriff of this

ins Hibbert, of Rockledge: spent Coast Is at the Eagle Clothing store, and has resumed his former poet I For ICeut, a llrlek Store. cake, as well as some very excellent county, rides a Piedmont bought of us,
If Friday and Saturday In town. Titusville. Call and see goods. tion on the Star.Brevard oyster soup-given by Chef Monroe- and says It Is the best! wheel In the state.
Do you need a good brick store In an was supplied Vocal and Instrumental We also handle Sterlings, Columbian,
In'L Pass. Agent W. M. Davidson, NOTICE. Laundry No. 1, on Washingtonavenue County School Board met excellent position In town, and away music by several ladies whiled away the iVIlhclms and Crescents.
B In Saturday. sent there will be got up In good issuing of warrants and payment of bills, Robbins & Graham or C.* It. Walton, The takings amounted to neary $7.00. Titusville, }'Ia.,

Ir John ,,Green, of Sarno, was InInn shape, ROIl work guaranteed satisfac there was no business of Importance ADVOCATE olhce, Titusville, Fla. A. 8. Thompson, Mgr.
transacted.We .
Friday afternoon last, and gave tory. Polishing a specialty. Family To Enlarge the Royal Poinclana.
Hcasant call. washing at reduced rates. feb8-ti acknowledge, with thanks, from Episcopal Church SerUco Hud Needed.
Prof. Stark W. Harrington, chief of the Orange
lisa Louise Jones paid Rockledge aIn WE now want money to loan on first U. S. Weather Bureau, a wreck and Another rumor Is alloat that owing to
Monday, and said she thought mortgages; on real estate. Loans net casualty chart of the great lakes of this Lent services will bo held every the big rush of tourists at the alx>ve Another llrll ver In Advertising.
I inning winter resort. lenders ten per cent free of all ex country, for 181)4.Mr. Wednesday evening at '7>iO, up to Holy hotel this season, Manager Merrill Las
lie Tropical Sun : "Titusvllle penses. Interest paid serol-annually. Week. Lectures on the church history lad a little difficulty In taking care of LicE ui'iiaii, FLA., March 0,181G.Messrs. .
says .
mn papers of which It can well boast Absolute safety. Robbins &; Graham F. I' Hall, who recently ex will be dellveied. them all on somo occasions In consequence (flraham Wultoni
Star and ADVOCATE." Co., Titusville, Fla. changed his land at GeorgIana for the Litany every Friday morning at 10 of this, the ADVOCATE: has \been
land of Mesws. Anthony Bros at Craw. o'clock, up to Holy Week. Informal that It Is more than iirobablu Dear Sirs-I noticed In the Florida

lie' Misses Hibbert, Ransom, Mer- SEE G. B. Humph' new and fresh goods fordvllle, Ga., writes that he Is very well that 177 feet will bo added to the: north I Farmer Fruit Grower a clipping from
Ites and Paddlson were pleasant just received under contract, made pleased with the land and that part of Death of Vico-1'resident l'arrott'N side of the hotel the coining summer. the ADVOCATK, "We still have lots of

m >a the ADVOCATE last Friday before the freeze, now being sold at Georgia. The Royal Poinclana can accommodate green orange trees In Brevard" county lerlme (

'on 10 and 15 per cent. discount from -Miss Stella Hale, accompanied by Father 1OIX persons" but If it goes on at the notwithstanding the freeze, which could

Ims Lucy Thomas, of New York, close cash prices, for cash. One dolls her aunt, Mrs. E. J. Trlay, of Jackson.villa same pace In the future as In the past, to believe that perhaps I get
A received In Jacksonville of subscribers
telegram was bud l wood from some
ll't'tu couple of winters In Titusw worth $1.10 and $1.15. has been to New Orleans to see the I Manager Merrill will undoubtedly, be your
on Wednesday, for J. R. Parrott, on Indian River, Lake Worth or 1115cayne
the hotel to
compelled to enlarge accommodate
returned
Gras. to
annual MardI They
Seaside
now at the Inn
stopping ,
E of the J. ht. A. t
vice-president ;
q., hay
the rush of tourists to Pain
Jacksonville the end of last week delighted
''u Beach -
| -Mr. A. S. Thompson has been on a with their I. K. R'y company, announcing the 1 Beach. If those who have any for sale would
|r Ja. T. Sanders, who has been trip to several places down Indian River trip. death of his father. Mr. Parrott left advertise! In the ADVOCATE, I have no
I'n' a couple of days In Palatka, this week. lIe also visited Lake Worth. -In case the shell road Is built, each Palm Beach on Wednesday morning for doubt but what they could sell all they
| < iff here a few hours, Monday, We may here remark that Mr. Thompson district should have the spending of Its i Biscayne Bay, and the news can hardly); Store Hallway Humor have. The bud-wood should be cut at
f return to West Palm Beach. Is a crack rider from Georga. He tooka proportion of the cost, under the supervision I be conveyed to him before he returns to once, and put In a box buried

I" Piedmont and Sterling bicycle along of the county commissioner, In Lake Worth, except possibly by special Following the rumor of a railway to In the ground, to keep It cool and damp.
l". ,S, Welch and two children left with him. conjunction with two citizens, selected courier, as be only expected to stay on Hocken" buds are desired by
last, for Dune- by the people of the district.-[Extract: the Bay a day or two.
where of Yours respectfully
J. AltoonaFla. ,
s' }Ir. Welch precede -An open air concert will be given by .. news that Mr. F. Hluson, ,
from letter to the Editor.
I Mrs, Welch's sister-Miss Phil- Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Blake, Monday evenIng a ] -- ., I Is busy !getting surveys made for i a M. SI, lUwi'Tof.:
|ri'-earned to New Orleans. at the corner of Main street and -Miss Anna Gould, daughter of the The Palaee Cur Millionaire YlftltM railroad from Ocala to Altoona, taklii)

Washington avenue. All the popular late Jay Gould, with a fortune of $15,. Lake Worth.Mr. In Its course hharpe's Ferry, where It \111I ,
In Klxulmniec.
P" A. Becker, of Rockledge, who songs will be rendered. A collection 000,000, was married, on Monday, at the cross the Oclawaha river, thence through Law Cases

IK.i spending a couple of days In will be made to defray expenses. residence of Mr. George Gould, New Geo. W. Pullman and Miss Pullman Moss Bluff and Orange Hammock. From
|'r.: a, returned home on Friday after- York, to Count Castelane) of France. )Ir. and Mrs. Smythe, Mrs Buckley Altoona It will run due taut, cross the St Messrs. Geo. M. Robbins, of Tltus
I'I. s She Informed us that a great I -Dr. and Mrs II. Seabrook, Mrs. J. Notwithstanding the foolish remarks ;Miss Annie Brown and Mr. t). T. Johns river, take in DeLaud, Crow's vllle; Judge A. E. Heyser, of Juno;
I ilie young trees In her City Point S. Hart, F. L. Whitlock, D. B. LaRoche, some people make about American girls Mayer, who have been on a visit to the Bluff, and then to New Smyrna, on the and C. C. Chllllngwortb, of West Palm
I' rove were not killed by the late 'I F. W. LaRoche and wife and Miss Sadie marrying titled persons, we think any Royal Poinclana, passed through Titus Atlantic Mr. Hliwon says there Is no Beach; have been |In Klsslmmfw all

LaRoche, of Courtenay, came up to girl has a perfect right to make her own ville, Monday, on their way to other better section for a railroad In the state, the week attending the Circuit Court,
I'''L't.. Augustine Taller II again town Tuesday. The latter five came up. selection of a husband-be he rich or parts of the state. The above part and one to which more freight traffic which Is now In session for Osceola Co.
f and, as usual Is brim full of to see the former three off on Wednesday poor, young or old. were on board Mr. Pullman's car, whlcl' would be tributary. It Is hinted that They had procured a change of venue lathe
.
I. ;:S Items. The editor-Mrs. An. morning's train.A 1- -Referring to Trinity Church Fair, Is said to be the most magnificently-fitted .Mr. Plant Is behind the survey. Of case course, we cannot anything will damages for lire which It Is
".ircotte-Is by no means asleep, gentleman in town yesterday the Tatler : "Cosy Corner was a up car In America or England. say : suit for a
: the head of says come of these rumors. We have heard claimed originated from burning brush
.
Iadilv be seen by a perusal of started on a shooting trip to delightful spot where Mrs. A. Van Art-
r!'tmns of the above well-gotten-up Indian River, but before he had gone far dale Wlnans presided most charmingly) Assessed Value of )Cull wa"1t liHretanl them before. on the right-of-way of the J., !St. A. A I.
I) urnaL he discovered that he had left his gun Miss Tyler and Miss Day assisting in K. Ry. Co., In Dade county, last year.
behind. lie did not, however, leave the Count)'. More Orange hllossouas. They also procured a change of venue la
of of cushions
< disposing a bewildering ;
t W Goode and Miss Annie array .
ft jar of water ((1) behind. Now, who do the cane ohe State of Florida vs. GUI-
I" Melbourne, made a riving trip think did this ? at remunerative prices. One embroidered According to the report of the Comptroller dens for aggravated assault. Glddens
I "Hie\ and return yesterday. you by Mrs. Wlnans was superb, for 1M04, the assessed value I the ADVOCATE office a pleasf -Mrs. W. E. Hassett, of St Louis, who bringing the taObe their coffers. railways and rolling stock la Brevard of late from the sweet odor sent fort la Zapfs saloon at West Palm Ile.whlut :
stile In town. Mrs. Ooode had recently spent a few weeks In town, came MissTler of beautiful county for 104 was $481,011; while the from orange blossoms On Wednesda November\ Messrs. Robbins and
I': m Tltmvllle for five years, qd up from Melbourne yesterday a visit lamp shades at an adjoining" table that assessed value of all the personal property afternoon we were again presented wit Cbllllngworth are also representing car
I reed at the many changea and of a few hours the has been on the were eagerly! purchased. Mrs. Wlnans of private individuals the county for a branch of an orange tree, covered with tain creditors In the matter of the final
| :?nts In that time. sick list during the past week or so. was a former resident of Eden, where 1004, was only $: t0lM. green leaves and blositoms. It looked as report of Charles Marks, receiver of S.
She the Idylwllde cottage, Is an excellent she has some fine property. of all and If It had felt a breath of cold aIr which be acted
f M, Goodall the well known says The assessed value railways never Tatol (;0., was to upon
f irer, of Sanford, Maine who place to stop at. -0. Pierre Havens, the well known I rolling stock In the state for 1M>4 was during the late freue. TheN orange at Klsslmmv this week. The above are
,
r rulsing in his yacht, K. M. O -Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Woodward who artist, bas just returned from a trip to $17,008,275, while the assessed value of blossoms came from the grove of Mrs. all Dade county cases.

[ ;:mber, left here, Monday, for have been on a cruise down Indian River Ormond and the Indian River country, all the personal property r .;"le, en route home. lIe was as far as Jupiter, In their comfortable and reports the hotels doing nicely In in the state was only 17484000. River.
F led by Mr Crimmlns. Notr yacht Flora, returned to town yesterday a conversation with Mr M. Dwyer, :..'0g the cold They have bad a most enjoyable time on the Hotel Indian River, be state that bethinks In obedience to law, sesses the cutting from an orange tree lent for damages/ for a fire which: It was
unprecedented
I w e have had In Florida this this trip, and bad excellent sport fishing fully $0 per cent of bis trees will railroad at their full cash value-sl' or by Mr. M. M. Ramsey, of Lotus, on claimed, originated from the railroad.
P ) above While down south they visited the Semi. come out all right as soon as the warn seven thousand per mile-w bile the Banana river. It Is covered with fresh right-of-way, the plaintiff took a non
I \ good luck gentlemen and nole Indian encampment, and Mrs. weather sets In, and that orange growers various county assessors assess private green leaves and orange blossoms, which suit la the case of the State of Fla. vs.
r J/hauls. Mr.fishing Goodall, has Woodward was so pleased with the little In general will be much surprised la a Individuals for their personal property plainly shows that the frees did very Glddens, fur aggravated assault on T. J.
F inters on Indian River and spent hero that she would like to have few days, to see the trees they though at from one-third to one-tenth Its value little damage to trees la the Lotus O'Brien la Zapfs{ saloon atV eat Paint

[ return nest Decemder. We papooses bought one, If possible. Mr. and Mrs. about gone, all sprouted out In a new bee When It comes to paying tax bills neighborhood. Beach, a verdict of guilty, with recommendation
,-3e a pleasant call from the Woodward will return to their home In suit of green. Of coarse all young trees the corporations are very good things to The above orange blossoms may be << to mercy, was rendered..
f -tlemen. New Haven, Conn., In a day or to. will not fare so Dlcely.-T1mUDlon. have bandy) seen In the ADVOCATE: office. ,Glddens was tilled $3*U.











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+ I Puddlngton ten minute to o'clock, that be managed the hotel, at which the Clyde Steamship: :
Cot
and to start. again from Dldcot thirteen best meals south of the Xew Duval house

I minute to 11. Allowing four minute Jacksonville were served.

r for the stop at Dldcot, the train must 'The stage tide, however. was the

I have been officially timed at a mile a most trying piece of travel ever undertaken

minute. ; the sandy road and heavy load .

I The railway record show that the made more than three mile an hour Impossible

train often arrived under time. and we would not recommend "

These fact should silence a great any one (unless akin to Job in patience]) rsr-r r

many persons who prate about the phe to try It If they were going to a less attractive LET IT RUN '

nominal progress recently made In rail place than Biscayne Bay in J _
and cough end something -
your may
road matters In general and rapid transit "Having enjoyed a winter In sunny I serious It's pretty ure to, 4

In particular." Italy, and many winters near the Gulf of ,
if your blood Is poor. That is 'Jus

'' TtAwA Mexico, In our own southern states, Including I the time and condition that invites New York] Charleston and Florida(

MRS E' OKANGI: GROVJ pitos- the Welt! Coast of Florida, we Consumption. The seeds are sown LiThe

1'KCTS. feel that experience fits us to place Biscayne I and it has fastened its hold upon.

Pain Bay in comparison with other 'you, before you Ipow that it IS magnificent Steamships of this Line ar !

.l>ont Cut Down Your Trees. places In a conect light before those who near. pointed to sail as follows : ;

have never enjoyed Its .balmy ozone- won't do trifle and
to delay
It
In Face and Eyes Let few word to the S. C.
Erysipelas me say a ownersof Calling at Charleston Both
ladened air, Its tropical growth, Its beau- when the remedy is at hand. Every Ways

Inflammation Subdued and Tortures orange grove I am latillfit(1 that ty of water, land and sky, its sport with disorder that can be reached From New York, (STANDARD Tit/E.i)
the sweet trees not killed Frotn./ak.
Ended by Hood's. seedling are rod and gun, and its fruits and flowers. through the blood yields to DrPierce' (Tier 29, K. R) STEAMER (harle.tu.:::,,
*I am 10 glad to be relieved of my torture anywhere south of latitude 28.30, except word Golden Medical Mnnilay, Feh. 2ft, at a.on p in. .AinoMjrrv ''Sunday, AI.II
DIscovery.For
that I am willing to tell the benefits I have derived i In exposed situations and that The one 'Incomparable' belongs Wednesday, 27, at 3 on p m...:. 8FMINOLE...: : Tuesday: :::
from Hood" BaraaparlllA. In April aDd very alone to this bay country In a descriptionof Severe Coughs' Bronchial, Friday, Mar. 1, at 3 no p m.... .. IRH1t'UIS..ThumtidaJ,
while the budded tree, on lour stocks, Tuesday 5, at 3:00 p m. .CMrKOKrK: ..:::Sunday, :
May, I was afflicted with'erysipelas l In my face Floilda. Throat and Lung Diseases, Asthma, Friday, C, at 3.no pm .AH.OMJtIV.: .. Tuesday I it
I 11
and eyes ,lilch ipread to my throat and neck.I may have all the sweet top killed the "When friends were fleeing from the Scrofula in every form, and even Monday, 11, at 3 ofl p m. ..HrMIMItkIWMfl Thursday.. 1. g
I 11, at 8:no : : OIH : :. .Sunday, I I
edneaday. m :
p
tried divers alterative butthere stock will be all safe anywhere In Flor- 1,
was no )"' ::'rrnn"m of the ,Iurn- heat, seeking the lakes of the north the scrofulous: affection of the lungsthat's Friday, '. in, at 8,no |> m, _(HHIOK1-K Tuesday, n' '
Int. torturing ,' peculiar to this cmuplMiit. i ida. Seedling tree, even K killed to the much called Consumption, in all its Toe_dty, 19, at 3.no pm.... AI.ilNgt'IN..Thursday, 14R
where the higher
temperature was ,
: :
.8KMINULRIKIKJl
I began la take .;. 'Sarsaparilla cud Friday, 22, at 3 on p m Sunday
will be ata
In
ground, beating two year, earlier it is a positive and 'OIS.
than at point In Florida we were stages, Monday :iM at 3 no phi. Thursday, II.1 .
,
Felt Marked Relief and as large as ever In three years. any V'eunesday, 27. at 3.on p in.. ....rilrKOKrK.AUJOMJUN: .... Sunday, Apr ,
traveling South In July and August, and complete cure. Friday, .< 19, at 3.00 p m Tuesday, ;:a
before I bad fliilihed the Urit bottle. I eon lc
The freeze of 1870 killed the only tan- It is the only blood cleanser,
tinned to Improve until,when I bad taken lout spent these two summer months at Biscayne -
goiloe tree In Florida to the ground. and fleshbuilderso
IItren"'th.
restorer, "
mile south of Jacksonville and Jacksonville
RytOO( Philadelphia Line
,
HOOD'S They were at Mr*. McXabb'a place, than effective that it can be guaran ,
) more delightfully any we can
twenty-five miles went of Palatka, and teed. If it doesn't benefit or cure, Weekly service between Jacksonville and Philadelphia calling at rharlmtng t I
recall. Sailing over this beautiful, trans.lucent fast freight Steamships ." and "W Inyah" are appointed to sail as fcilloM
In 1872 I the and the in case have .
paused grove, every you your money
of this Inland 6 STEAMSHIP.
water .
body sea, FROM: PHILADELPHIA.Saturday riioM
dealers .IArk"'t
Sarsaparilla have it.
All medicine
sprouts from the old root had grown miles wide and '40 long, pulling In 50- back. Februay 2:3th..ONEIDA . . . FrloWjLl

fifteen feet high, and presented the moat pound specimens the finny tribe 'Saturday, March 2nd. . . _WI Y All. Friday, Mil

CURES beautiful display of fruit ever seen on For every case of Catarrh which Saturday, March Oth . ... . ONEIOA . . Fihlaj, Jail
the tree The slender would charm the followers of Isaac the of Saturday, March 10th . . .WI Y All. . Friday. JiaiONEIDA.
long sprouts cannot cure proprietors
bottles I WM completely.cured, and felt that all Walton; but those to whom trolling\ I III they Saturday, Match 23rd. .. . . . . Friday, Han
Catarrh
several around each root-were loaded Dr. Sage's Remedy
signs, marks and symptoms of that dire complaint no sport, a sail out of the bay, over the agreeto
had f"rnl'r8nl.hl'..." MBS. K. E.oTAWA with large, bright-red tangeilne, and pay? $500 in cash. You're cured
Hlllsboro, Wisconsin. coral reefs, about Fowey Rocks Light, St. Johns River Line.
had the appearance of festoons of ripe by its mild, soothing, cleansing, and
king fish and bone fish two of the -
Hood's Pill are prompt and efficient, yet tomatoes, the suckers leaning out from gamiest healing properties, or }ou're paid.
easy In action. Bold by all druggist 2Bf.ftOCJETIES know., are to be found In great
the- center, and drooping all around, abundance, while, at the head of the For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Point

u_ almost touching the ground with their St. Johns River.
the
bay, tarpon of the largest size are caughtIn ----- -
-ETC. topn, and literally covering the ground. great numbers season. I
Trees are frequently killed back to the every DEER HORNS AS MEDICINE. The Elegant Iron tide-Wheel Steamers
"The shore line of the bay presents, (
Free and trunk or to the ground In Marlon and 'OZTY OU J.A.O SONV'ZLLE I ICAI"T.
naturally, the mostcharming villa sites This Queer Remedy; Is In Tee la the Flow ,

Alachua counties In exposed localities, to be found In .Florida; the cream of: try Klncdoaa. AV. A. SHAW

Accepted i Masons and still the groves there pick up again them are to be found near the Miami Deer horn are used by the Chinese

In a year or two, and the places are for medical purposes, and consequently the "X :UJSJD'JEC. DeBA.Et.Y,"
a Ulver, and are owned by Mr*. Tuttle and I ICAPT.
-
: midable rivals of Orange and Lake coun- Mr. Brickell. Here,the oolitic limestone value to a Chinaman of a pair of born ( T. W. LUND, JK.
ties much farther south and where depends upon the quantity of the medicinal .
Indian !I1ltunllle bluffs, 20 feet high, come boldly out to Are a'ppolnted to tall from Jacksonville dally except Saturday,at 3 JO p.m,sod ins
IUver' 'Ia. trees have not been killed back alnce183.'S. property contained in them. This dally except Sunday at -00a.m..
the ba.lln places anti.In others the land
,
Lodge, No.OO property, which may almost be called
.
gradually rlaee>from the bay to a point the "virtue," 1* said to be greater in BOUTH Read BOUND.down. SCHEDULE. I I ,OR.v;:
Du not butcher tree let them
your ; varying from 200 to 200 feet before It the young horns, and to get rarer a* the Leave 3 30 m. Jacksonville.
Holds ef each Its meetings month.tile at Rue second Vourt.huuea and fourth,Titusyule Fri.. alone; you will find that they are not so reaches the bluff level which I II horns grow older. The deer from which 8:45 p.p. m. ::::::::::::::::::::::::....Palatka...::::::::::::::::: :::: ::.. Learn Arms t

st I JO ni. think. It Is astonishing prob- 8.00 a. m ........... ............... Astor............... ... ....... ..._ L
J. iiUIJIt'ti.o. 8. H. mew badly hurtiMjyou ably tblrty.ftye.feet above\ high water. the horns are obtained are a true species .. 430 a. m .........................Bt. Francis............ ......... .. .. I I'

W. )[. posted how, and many are people overflowing seem to with be so Information well of"Mr.Florida Flaglerlha accessible made by building the East a Coast rail- and of deer this, ,the as Darwin females ha having pointed no horns out in, Arrive"H boo 6.30 8.10 a.a.a. m m m... ::::::::::::::::::::::::.Blue.Bereeford.Sanford Syringe....:':':::'::::::::::::::::::::.. :: ;t;

KNIOHTS OF ITTIUA8.Semlnnle as to what to do for the trees. "The Descent of Man," is the case with 9.28 a. m..........., ...............Enterprise... ...................... IJ
road to Lake Worth andwill
soon open all kInds
of deer
Ixxlge, No.Stt. hold Ita _Uap:1 at How did they Uearn all this f We have the canal to Biecayne Bay eventually proper the reindeer General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., JacksorM.
'. only excepted. In substance the horns
the ( urt houne, the first lane Thursday even
of each .' not had a freeae like this In sixty yean. .H.CLTDC A.T.M., F. M.IBOHMOKOER,JR.,Fla.Tut ego
togs month all 0141<1I< p. in. building his read to this coming section are not horny like the horns of a cow or
8. D. Quant C. II. 110...*, These know .all about the "Bap sour- I Bowling Green,Hem York. 88 West Hay Bt.,Julian.THEO. .
of the state. When this Is done values an antelope, but are, when young composed
C. C. K. of B..&: S. Ing', and the Yioots! dying first" while of .O. EOOER,T. M., JICO.L.HOWARD Fla.Fr't Agt..
will Increase It will be a very delicate venous substance
very rapidly, as I Bowling Green,New York. Foot Hogan 8t.Jwkior
the top Is green. This will do If an or- reached under forty-eight hours from covered with a velvety coating, A.J COLE,General Passenger Agent, J.A. LESLIE tuperlntendtU,
INDIAN RIVER.ctARI)8. Is budded eo a lemon or lime, but and when old are osseous rather than
ange New York and In about the same time Bowline Green,New York. Foot Hogan Bt,Jackie
Drill at the, Armory over.county Jail ever r not otherwise; the top die first, but no callus. D. D. C. MIXK, G. F. A., 12 South Delaware A"eDue,1'hlladellhIL,
Tmmeamtay.weaing the, uiunth,at S o'clork.A.T. from Chicago. The building of this road
:.I '\EMTKR: ,Captain. matter the safe way Is to let your trees For some months after they begin WM. P. CLYDE CO., General Agents,
will
mike Blsrayne: Bay the most charm-
alone. The people who did this after growing they are very tender, and the 11 So. Delaware AT.,Philadelphia. a Bowling Greea.'"!
Ing spot In America-tbe blissful havenof deer, not liking to touch them against
1835 sold at from 2 to 4 cents
CHVRCHK8.K.MSCOPAL oianges the Invalid, and the Mecca of the branches of trees or bushes, a thing they
each for forty year Don't cutdown or rich." are almost sure to do in the forest, will

CM.U1K1M.krvieet dlg.up your tree*. remain in the open, desertion cover and Southern-

the and 3r4 Auodays in each I JOE'( A. MACDONALD. ..,.. SLACK-ONAi ilT.UacurattConsiipatloa. so many time exposing themselves to -Lib --

aontb, at 19 a, ml.n 7-10 p_in. Sunday schoolevery greater dangers than the one they flee _

p. ,i&.",':.d"Wednesdays.v at Y.JO p. m.Litany Evening service prayer every atI IIISCAINE HAY. from. After a time, a* the horn grow :
Friday at 10 a. m. Have you seen it? Seen what Why older the velvet covering begins to peel (J-

REV B. F. IRI&OWII&ector.\ the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If off, and while doing so causes an irritating rRailw8))

One of the Most Delightful you own a !sail or row boat, don't fail to itching feeling, that makes the deer
rRECJIYTERIAN CWlCRCH. have one on hand. Isis labor
a great
Places In Florida. rub them against
Service every Sabbath,at 11 turn and T*0p.m.Babbalhsrhuulat saver, and Is patented In the United twigs, mossy bark or

9:JU a. m, t UrUtUn; luiil"- Editor Groom, of the Lexington (Ky.)) States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A any other yielding substance not hard ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE
cur .MolnlC .U lau in, enough to hurt. This
Wednesday at 2 &'Sl: p.All are.prayer uurdl U III"'O''J< Industrial American referring to UU- reasonable few of the state rights will be sold at a velvet to peel off and rubbing the horns assists the ....................-.-.............-........................-..-
to aateud. : W. T. \IXUK, lvMhtr.METHODIST figure. Apply to J. O. Walton then
H ____ cayne Day says: Tltusvtlle Fla.Don't e enter the second or intermediate stage. I IconPARTnENT

: CHURCH.Jtelikath '"Few tourists have the courage to They are no longer tender, nor are they THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,

.r.I"N at Tltuvllle every kit and ..1111'.1 overcome the hardships of travel In so hard as they eventually become, but

atll a.,m. anti T p. m.; ilnteen . .
Sabbath at II a. n. and7 fourllitUbbatb
at 11 a. M. and 4" p..f.I IjU.ranue, salt Is so InacceskiUe. Lake Worth, THOROUGHFARB TRAJ
fourth sabbath at a I'rayer ineetliig The of Eventually their is COACHBS. VBSlIBULED
,rk.IIII every necessity a spring medicine Is growth perfected,
Th rs universally admitted. This Is the they stand for time
w. 11. trcik.'mvaa. bettt a are shed, to be replaced
.. ctana.iathe! : southern terminus of railroad time of the In which te
.
la toc.BarTWT year purify the by new one, and become the
travel, and the next hundred miles blood to restore the lost appetite, and property of the first forester or hunter WITHOUT CHANGE TO ALL POINTS NAMEt

Cllt'RCH. must be made by sail boat on the Atlan- to build up the entire system, as the who ha the good fortune to find them.'

Prearlllll'every flat aw nd and fMtrth ,Snndaya. tic to Cape Florida, the entrance to DUeayne body Is now peculiarly susceptible to These shed horns together with
1'raker Merlin* .v..ry Tiienb.(r evening benefit from medicine. The great popularity horn any North and: 1 est. Nest
:t 7 *:'el
t7 a.e'ciw r. AU k. are Hiiuday curdilllv tAoad invited every to atutn4.V fcunclny. a1e Lantan_,,thence by stage sixty-five miles owing to its real merit and its remaik-; approaching the time of shedding, have AU TRAINS DAILY ".N.0..phis.... .ao r.ar..t, ... ao.,rt_,'I e

A. uiiuEa. faotur.ATHOLJC to Lemon ICy! on Biscayne Bay, from able IIUCCI'IIII. has established it as the reached the third or final stage and are usu..w... ALL TRAINS DAILY. :II r.. uaLv.

which place all other points on the Hay very best medicine to take In the spring. the least valuable.-Chinese Imperial ... Jsekaonvtlle' r.C.a r..,. I 10 am 4 16 L.. JachOD"UIe, P.C. a P.. --r-I WP n'
It cures scrofula salt rheum Customs. Everett, ....
and
or eu the keys to Key West can be reached ....Db.b. Lven.tt Soutberu. ==
Services humors biliousness dyspepsia headache 1 411 Ill an I
at It a m every flunday. In gull over ( pm pm Aw. Maoon, ITo
olnmhts
. Udla I p. .Itdserktate.. Bask Clilldreu's caMouuiat u ,by small boat by an la-tide route kldnys and liver complaints, Catarrh Special Pine For InMet Collectors. At." Ctn.riot.. Southern" ::. : W W pm pm: : 40am m sm : Chsttau Atlanta, : : : ::::I U!.

Ray I."'.O'llov Lli.Leotn.Y. which I* both pleasant and aaie."The and all affections caused or promoted "Much care," said a taxidermist, .. \h.hlr'.f4", "elUl.. "La_... T 4'l am I au pm Ctucinusti. A C.__., jmpe..:.
by low state of the system or impure "has to be taken Pbtmtmvo 9 &l am 11 7\ pm
in s..8N .
former mute la not one to betaken selecting the long I.. I1 a0 Boutin IY o.
blood. Don't put It off, but takeHood's New : :: am : W am J'IIt.rmLo.a l'
fine pin used in fastening the York, :: Y0lpm ZOam irob. LIDI. : Asa' :
M.4..L by timid people or bad ailurs, so Sarsaprilla now. It will do specimens '

The regular.uua.y meeting I our trip In July last was made by stage good. you in insect collection For cheap Ar. Aobe.1l1a, Soutber"..... ............. -110 pm Af." 1Ca/lllell117.4empbt. Y:. C."M. ok B.'. 10 I W top P.otRail. ..1

of the I. ME. A, w rteu'b..r"ly Hou.U) ,country after leaving Lake Worth la collection of butterflies and bugs we ;
afternMt, at .He f. m, at the lr ulU further iiotlie. not attractive, a* It Is principally njiruoepJoeforptwbably every one of these must be carefully examined For full Information apply to any Agent of this irea .V

twenty-five miles, when ThM w. Have Always. before impaling the insect to see System, or Us connections, I

a* open, yellow pine country reached, that it is well
tinned for
the
FAST A critio were tin
that
TRAINS IN TIIOSI suggest a mass meeting W. A. TURK
,
which varlet but little In coating C. A. BE SCOTER HARDWICt
appearanoe or imperfect or the slightest flaw S. H.
dramatic
of critic be called to protect central Pa,.. A,..... "
DAYS Duality until Arch 1* approaaked, against the further use on the stage of evident it would be in nine case out of B"INttTON.. O Asst O.B., p.M. A'..... AM'| QtH. Pun 4'an I

when the oolitic limestone begins t. appear the subjoined expression; ten liable to oxidize in the body of the .C. ItNOXVILLI, TINN. ATL

Jilf't'cl at WhU-h time 1'.xpeeta which isms a midge of high land "You will learn to IOTO. insect, and thus destroy it We also use W.; D. ALLEN

Traveled Fifty Years ARO. often bM rocky for.cuVUvatlou, that extend "Listen (mullo). and I will tell you black varnished pins, but they are almost ,

alwvat to SaJble. The the story of my life." as bad for the glazed coating soon Florida Passenger A ent
The New York UeraU tajic "It *uy Cape spruce cracks, leaving the metal ,
"He exposed and
body were asked wbatcmpKl exists pine land J* the Name ** that around spoke a kind was word the only to me.man" who ever consequently it is not very long before 212 West Bay Street JACKSONVILLE FU
..
between tlje apeej of railroadtraJna now Eden, for which such fabulou price arepad "Papa, kiss mamma." oxidization seta. Even the more expensive -- -- -- w

and fifty yearn ago he would probably by there goUc Into pineapple culture "'lmuBt tell you one thing before I I kind the nickel plated pins, are not -=

say that hardly any cache mad.. -aa4 our reader will do well to go.-not very much to yon perhaps, bal much better. The latest things we have WE DELIVER --

"The differ****, however, U far leas hold oe to their wait until they have examined te me e\8l'1thlnr-lloTe yon." now are solid silver pin and bronze .. 1
.
than la generally auppuaad. Ie May, thane lasts, Intea4 of paying "Be brave Jack; yon have me." pins, and there I* being used u an ex. ." ...

1848, the Great W""tr' railway engine. 1500 aa acre for land cot so good, fur "Ah, little one yon don't understand which pertinent a nickel anj aluminium alloy,

Great Britain WM driven by Enginee ther north. Aloeg the route small bodies these"for things I" all the possesses others kind decided used.ad..antagC8over"-New York A Piano Ort

Almond from Paddlogtoo. Lotkion to of hammock laud are tit be 'found but some week I bar noticed a Sun. or
change In toward "
Dldeot the Xew River lands far the your manner me.
fifty-three miles In fort.ea are by moat
"At last Robert
Gorgon we meet AT YOUR
minute, starting and llopplDf.fbton desirable that we taw ualil w* reached face te face. to NEAREST RAILROAD STATION with complete >ut A-h-hl"a' he 1* stabbed approval after trial
Forever a in
we consider that the break In three Jaye liiscayne Hay in the back). 400 yean Nov. 13 was observed thoroughly satisfied. Our lour own MNo money required call 1"

were very crude that Is pretty fact "The stage atop over night *t New "Mec-b-e-l-l-dr In England a*a festival It commemorated our terms are so reasonable prices an u low M any housin the L'atted 1jr
the death of Hard lean anyone can purchase lustra"
traveling. Klver, and here In tents such as are until "What was that Only a snap of a and the accession of Edward the Con.nte The Celebrated and pay for an

"S or WM this done once, but repeatdly. la the Adirondack Mountain, jreu are twig. How faint my heart feel today) I fessor, by which the country was delivered The Renowned CONOVER.FISCHER. '.

entertained In unique and ewtWollCl1e. Borne inpenUtiaM" dread teems to hover from the yoke of the Danes. The Beautiful SCHUBERT. I. PIANOS.

"The broad guage expreaaea were frequently The old saying 'Jack at all trades and over me AndORGANS0" KINGRRr- ----IDV.. .

timed at the rate of a mile In good at none,' was proven fa.... In the "Don't be afraid at m.. little one. I Amulets are now worn by royal DOt Aeollon' COR'
onoe had a child wise, If be bad lived farrand & Votey CHICAGO
families
seconds mile of host Mr. Itraonahu..ho la India that are believed
forty-eight or seventy-five personality our would have looked jwt M you do"Look. to
have
an hour, and even a higher maximum I* hotel proprietor, station agent ( earnestly at the lad' face and been handed down from father to Brass and small Inltrumenta '*"
'W
far : .
BOO Music
attained for abort distances. land nearly 1,000 year money and Books Write UI; ws
was postmaator, ferryman, agent, sad tojn with hi* hair.)

"The liradaluw for 1843 shows that also filling a half dozen other minor positions "I see U all 01r."-Franco1* Mage The

the morning espr M wu timed to leave ( la the same acceptable manner JD& Try Il AU-DlIUI"'ua foe Dyspsp.ic. 1L. -15. Crt? >t>ohb oll Oo.t

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Undertaker & Embalmer PLANT SYSTEM.o
ROBBISS. WALTEEB.GEARAMS'S Tho Tongue' Play of the Reptile a LaN ,
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A GRAHAM, e. P.r n.u ....,.. TITISMLLE. FLORIDA.

The pheasants which formed 'the s.b- A full supply of Coffins, Cases and .
of the observations Caskets on hand. Funerals' attended I If
TTOR EYS-AT.LAW sects following were
batched out in an incubator from eggs desired All orders promptly execute' Through Tra.1.n.s ID :iiy o.
IIOUBB:-From 10 to 12 a. m., at reasonable prices. Orders by telegram -
and 2 to 4 p. m. AN ORIGINAL PLAN. The kindly eggs given were me taken by from Sir Cecil the hen Miles.and! or mail promptly attended to. Jacksonville and Sanford to Tampa and the West Coast,

IVILLB Brevard Co. Florida.
How Mr*.Mkson Pat tho BMile to Good transferred to the incubator a few days VIA.: -
[ 108. ... before the birds doe The Globe Gas Co.
t-lict In all the conrta--itat* and fed 11 young were fc Engine Philadelphia, TXT"US""VXLLE.The
now it happened is unknown to the emerge. .
"y icllltles for examining and perfect writer, but in some way one of those Two pheasants were hatched out at Mann/arlnrrn. of the .
t1e i. mint lYrfeot R.nalde l Three Great West Coast Hotels owned' and operated by tha Plant Systemr'J11k1.w
t Money to Loan. emblems of vanity and barbarism that about 3 p. m. That evening, at about anti t..n"lIIl1.al I..llnl'bJ.It.: .... In the market ,
I <| every
the ladies long ago discarded-a com 6.80, a finely chopped egg was placed before to tom to start. BO.
|GE W. MORTON, mon wire bustle of prodigious size- them, but they showed no signs of J1F'iJ. W. JKROMK: I Ii It

found its way into a large barrel of pecking at it, nor did they peck at telllnK Agent,St. Uiele Fla.
NOTARY PUBLIC, clothing sent to a missionary for dis grain or sand next morning at 11 a. in. Catalogue* and price on applll'atlnn|

At 4 m. they began to peck, but sell'' ----- ----.- -
ood," Canaveral, '. Florida. tribution among some of the poorest and p.
most ignorant negroes of the south. ed very little. One struck repeatedly ala
by.inclng carefully executed. crumb of the other's back but W H
An elderly negro named Muse Jackson egg on HARTLEY '
I mortgages, Satisfaction, etc.,, happened to be present when the failed to seize it, though the other bird ,

blanks on hand. barrel was opened. was quite still Watchmaker & Jeweler
lIe had nearly a "baker's dozen" of The littlo birds showed no signs of ,

half naked children, and some of the fear of me. They liked to nestle in my i
bit S. JONES PO5TOEFICE 111'II.DING,
I clothing was given him for them. The warm hand. My fox terrier wan keen to C

bustle aroused a little Indignation in get at them, much keener than with Now Smyrim, Florida

ATTORKEVATLAW.BREVARD the missionary, and she threw "the chicks probably throngh scent sugges'

-ILIE, CO., FLA thing" aside, when Uncle Mose picked tion. I placed two of the young pheasants -: :-

it up and asked if he could have it about a day old on the floor and Watch & Jewelry Repairing a Specialty,

iity Judge of Brevard County. "Oh, yes,," said the missionary, "talcs let him smell them, under strict orden .
not to touch them. He tremblingin Sy: Mall Orders Promptly Attendee!
was
It along with you. Perhaps you can to. lIve me a ttial. Seventeen yenn ::aI
make some use of the wires in it." every limb from excitement But
ULDEN, J. T. SANDER, experience In the Elgin and Walthan
..iryLDEX. The next Sunday Mrs. Mose Jackson they showed no signs of fear, thoughhis watch factories. f8 _
f'hr s
nose was within an inch of them. f
& SANDERS, appeared at the little mission church ina I l
bonnet that was the envy and despair When the pheasants were a week old ]1 t l ail? 9gll

ATTOR EYS-AT.LAW, of all the sisters present and a matter procured a large blindworm and placedit THE J S JOHNSON CO l L( zRiL
in front of the incubator drawer in
-ictloe In all the Courts of the State of no little surprise and dismay to the .
11,and the United States Courts. missionary. After church the missionary which the birds slept at night. On open.

IX,2311. TITUSVILLE, FLA. made it convenient to take Mrs. ing the drawer they jumped out as usual Manufacturers _
Money to Loan. 18! Mose Jackson and say to her: and ran over the blindworm without ,

"See here, Mrs. Jackson, where did taking any notice of it Presently first NETTNG, FISHING TACKLE, Twines, Etc.,

V ELL, TITUS, you get that dreadful bonnet" one, then another, pocked vigorously at ,
-): AIL KINDS (:- I II Ir
the forked It in and
"W'ylaws, Miss Jones, I made die tongue as played
ATTOR EY.AT.LAW. yer bonnet my own se'f, an I nebbah out of the blindworm'a mouth. Subsequently Nets and Seines Made to Order

pa In State and Federal courts. Land spent no money on hit De trimming ]I they pecked at its eye aud the : I
Plain and Fancy Fishing Tackle especially -
specialty. Attorney for Board ofemmleeionere had in de house, an de frame was de end of its tail I 't---u : VC
for Florida Trade.
,and County Solicitor. one what come in de bar'l de good ladiesin This observation naturally leads one !

It 84. TITCSVILLE, FLA., de norf sent an you done gib it to to surmise that the constant tongue play I Depot for Fishermen's Supplies _
_
Mose fo' me, an mighty 'bilged I is fo1 in snakes may act as a lure for young 121 South Street,
hit. "Detroit Free Press. and inexperienced birds, and that some l7 afit"
j FREEMAN HALL, cases of so called fascination may be prC04-os I3 al t im oro. Md.

Father UeaJye Wit. simply the fluttering of birds round this (Ai

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Father Healy, the celebrated parish tempting object I distinctly remember,

ILLE, FLORIDA.cy priest of Killiney, has just died. lIe when a boy, seeing a grans snake, with W. L. DOUGLAS

for Fire and Accident Insur- was a true wit and one of the last of I head slightly elevated and quite motion- i

the best and strongest comf the real Irish humorists. Many a time less, and round it three or four young $3 SHOEriTioaAricsNOE art i

have his sayings been reported, and birds fluttering nearer and nearer. II sD. CORDOVAN, r

some of them are so good that they will looked like fascination. It may have mtNCMAChAMCLUO CALF. .
been that each hoped to be the first tc 43aoFIgtCAUdKax3u134 1
"keep on being funny, even after much I ,,.,?I'"1
: BAY, DADE Cou cTY. handling.Mr. catch that tempting but elusive worm I I .3.1i9 POLlCE.3 soLcs

'. SWAN, Balfonr, while he was chief secretary Presently they would no doubt be invit 12 rfznuRiilrfliiMENg.'
U. S. COMMISSIONER. of Ireland, once asked Father ed to step inside.-Nature. .
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2.t1.7J1 BOys'SCHOOlSHOEl _
otary Public State at Large. Healy if the Irish hated him as heartily
LAD I CS.
as the newspapers declared they did. I Congratulated.Some .
lit I Selected made. 'jF9s2.LCet3'
: Conveyances as'
"If they only hated the devil half
|!ondence solicited. Address: years ago a theater in Chicagowas OrESRtepoNOOLqW .
y View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, much as they hate you, said the honest) under the management of an impecunious N NIA'-PJIa. tP ..
., L
Office, Ewan's Landing. father, "there would be no work left speculator chronically unfortunate _", aoocaTOrtrta.a.Over :_ k
for ns to do'I" I that he felt uncomfortable unless One Million People wear the _
Once he sent a sort of Mrs, Malaprop in W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 ShoesAll
he was examined supplementary proceedings -
>RGE W. ALLEN
i to England to buy a horse for him. I twice a week. Business had our hoes are equally satisfactory The Finest Fishing and Boating In the World.

"I didn't buy him," laid the man, : been worse than bad, and he was stand I They five the beet value for the money.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, on his return, "because he had a touch' They equal custom shoes In styli and fit. Pleasant parties being organized every clay Jung (t" short tilpn. Electric,
ing one day in front of his theater I Their wearing qualities are uncurpeued.The Naphtha and Steam Launtlie can be leased from hotel management. The Three
of the vernacular. four sheriffs carting all prlcee ere uniform._.etampea on sot of Nr, J. II. Correspondence
watching away Great Hotels are under the personal management King.
.. .
fest, Florida. "Then you should have bought him, Prom f i to $j rived over other .k. .
the orchestra chairs which had been If your dealer cannot supply you we can.Sold by Invited from all who seek health, pleasure ami comfort.
practice In the United State said Father Healy, "for he must have seized for debt 1). W. \\KKNN, 1'wmenger Traffic Manager

\\\to Courts. Ojun95 been.a lineal descendant of Dalaam'lull' Nat Goodwin, who was passing at GEO. B. RUMPH -

A gushing young lady one day kept :' the the time manager's, rushed hand across and the street exclaimed seized TltusvllIe, Florida. &

B. L. WILLS, repeating man Father: "I Healy hear you're I Do say such something a funny "My"Congratulate boy I congratulate me?" sulkily yon."exclaimed ADVOCATE Printing office of all kinds done at the The florida (Central peninsular Railroad

funny I""Well. the manager. "What do you mean "
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON
my dear I think yon're very "Why," laid Goodwin, "this is the Is the Shortest and Quickest Route lletweeu Florida and Northern

VILLE, FLORIDA. nice girl Isn't that funny?''-Youth'i first time I ever saw all your seats --01'" Points, East and Writ.

Companion. taken. "Truth.

flian-Ilutchlnson, River hotel. Avenue, near Candid With Each Other. InPoor Reaches the Principal! Tourist Points In Florida, and the great Hunting and

Mot a Sieving Tal..
It was the old old story-old, yet -- Fishing Grounds. ,.

ever new. Their hands met unconsciously
W. LICHTY, and in another moment their lips Its Course is Through the Mont Prosperous Settlements, over the High

were telling love's tale in a manner : Healthy Ridge Land, Among the heat Land, the Finest Lakes,

more eloquent and sweeter far than in and the Most Diversified Scenery In tbe State.

IHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, spoken words. Peering half bashfully This lies. U now O'JII' miles In length, of which
through her blushes, she asked "And mwreso KHO I* In lorMa. The new cxtciwlun' between.
i erce, Florida. Harry, dear, will you always think of Hatannah and Jitkmarllla. which ha Iowa
Healthmeans "
urr fernu as air Ilna le.
'ntumble: !South{ : .
me as yon do now? tween arolina, and Jackau*
u vllle, ,,1&., making Uil Uw
"Yes, dearest-no-that U to say I r. wee "ger.

'N ASPINWALL, should hardly like to think of you always so much more than j \ .. Shortest and Quickest Route
the end
M with that smutch on
imagine-serious and between. rl..I.1& and the North-whether toe
of your nose you + T11 J2 the tut or Weal
'U ESTATE A INSURANCE. "How kind of yon to speak of it fatal diseases result from N- THE FINEST ACCOMMODATIONS will I..

Harry. And that reminds me that yon ailments neglected. yy I 1" provided. on this road. The i'ulUuan simpers. .
squint more than formerly."' trifling u will be of the tieet elaM.Double .
a. 5
IGALLIE, FLORIDA. Such are the frank, kindly judgment Don't play with Nature's i 0 dally aervlre! between New Orleans
and Jatkionrlllo. Tbe route running
J only
which only true love can exchange greatest gift-health. to .,, 1 through simpers. between thee polnU.
Transcript
without offense.-Boston 0
J.* KENNARD ARCHITECT, If,..Ire loeiie to 4 --0-
________ out and of generally eon,wok.. j The Florida Central & PeninsnlarTrarenee

ORLANDO FLORIDA. Outotory. mated,nervoai, I
BrowfisIron "-C
13 eonntlee of Florida and throngs
k*** ao appetll1aad ;w
Despondence Invited from those deI > "I can't say," remarked the sword : ; fuel work, ,,,, a lu eouneftlone reaches all. Ita rout ls through;

artiatlo work combined with first- swallower as he dispatched a Damascus "In this tale the is well sustained. kcflaalonretak1lntkn e 1 d the iplendld
[profeilionallentce. blade, "that I especially like the taste ."-Book Review.suspense bl* Mreactkentac> tena. 1mediciae.wkkk e e \\ e 1\K; HILL COUNTRY OF MIDDLE: FLORIDA,

elm years experience (six In Flor- of foreign foods." U., X l i J 0 0 t r .where on the old retina plaa&a&I..".. the newTolMutuo
Belt of reference to local and "Their dishes," rejoined the glass Brown. Iron bot.j Bitera. to f I. Stock Farm, Vineyard and Fruit ( A few Peach) Indiuirlee have alerted Into vICw>
"rn clients.: apJ.28..oct28 eater, who was partaking of a Venetian Who M Las liege. lice are-legit "to run ''i 0c OUI hr.1 across, the Buwannee Kl,er| through
"are. M a rule far from COM* from Ik* ,1015 tpTRL& the ridge land of Central Florida) among the
tureen.
soup The an has a voice and a tweet one Bitters very trel duee-it'Uttk -1hFA.. tttrawtwrry Fauns of LwteyStaks and W l RUE P pleasing." .e.'f r rSet.KLa ..,_5, the orange I>n>*ee rrarwlla the region whets
ELY, DO doubt, to such a* like it, but it is end iP wild
salamander tossed off nature nourished this fruit In Ite ataUj
The human ... .. Pay. ?
with used principally long. Nothing aside pleauat la take. .r. M through the beautiful lake country Into the
red
of Imported fire
three fingers
ESTATE LIFE AND could be
FIRE from a .ymphonyooooen more
.'CIDENT INSURANCE. a gasoline Tribune."I chaser. but said nothing. Inspiring than the matins of the as*. It Cures j Phosphate Mines,
Detroit
>tar,public for the gut at Lart*. He tosses his caudal continuation In '
DyspepsU Kidney and Liver nalneevUle, Archer and along lu rout By the oldie of fanuw
: latentneneil about Ocala.
lUarmatlo.1I his !
Government and But the air of early morning flaps
[ aqlalaocL gen sILY HfRIMIt. Down toe Mlando and ., the gateway of the Meet COM! and the
complained little Baa- coos ears gayly, and then raising his NMaraJJIa, Troubles, Hugar Country Down to Cedar Keys, with flab and oyitera. Into the Hunting Koglon ol
MLLBOCa.NL J'U. wonder heavenward he heehaws most m. 'Constipation: B4 Blood the Hammock.: Down to thrttlng Tampa, connecting by steamer with. Key West and
tug, "why possum an watermelon caln'tbe eyes Havana, Don to tbe Tarpon FUherlee. Through the rholuert uarta of Florida from the deepwater
ripe at de same timer'"Yoa lodIoul( ,. No one who has heard that Malaria Ncrvoiu ailments < fort of Fernandlaa,where the lumber and phtiephal are shipped,from the

TOME REYNOLDS, fool nlggah" replied Uncle anthem can conscientiously charge the Wonca' coapUlnU. Atlantio Ocean to tiles Gulf of Mexico
"ef an water. tat with a lack of intelligence, unless L Gel Ml*thege.etee-haestrussed red
MOM severely possum Sees All others are eektlinta tho to tho St. Johns River.
From Apalachicola
kewrppr.
ATTORXEYATLAW.Qutchlnson melon was on earl togedder at de same It be one of those loose talking personawbo .e*.|Oe leceiM of two at. Manoe we.
time nobody wouldn't take de troubleto hold that he who U gifted musio- will seed eet of Tea BoMttfnl We.U S fond fort Map of Florida to

Avenue, try, to git'to hebben."Indianapolta ally U bat an SM in all things practical. .' Pe MOWN*> View CHIMICAL. sad: took CO.- SALTiUpag,110.,_ A. O. MMDOXELL, General Passenger Jtg't,

journal Boston Transcript Jaek.eov4Ne<< FlurldaL-
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4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 8, 1895.
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J411&1 PBITCH.BD, PrMldent; W. B. BAIUfUT. Vice I', ,:3eot\:
-; IHDIAH RIYER ADVOCATE 4- IT is claimed that if we wait until sAEiro. W.lI, Bnowl'f' Calbler.

the practicable route can be

agreed upon for the proposed shell! INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
A we.RLTreoaaL ea.OTDTO Tna DavtLOra.xT road from one end of the county to
Of TUB I IIDIA II BITE AKDtAK ZHZOTIEZ3DTT: NJL
the other, and a free rlgbt.of.wayIeeured
*WOmfSJ SHCTKWS.KIItor will the road Ja now anti fully *qnli>i* we never get tie; l of the water
the twit In l land. Itathii, hot and cold water. nlicmnrte anrl' purest
This may be true, but if it it, then .In the world. High ("", untl. Six'' acres of smash tntn. lawn. Jlan.llIOm8 ...,.I\I"n. Atcrnonn caplt $
l ) qnniw. etc swings for IOOt l
enncert. Amawn.pn ,rrlckrt wn tennis croqwt.
.... .... ............ WALT.aa OBABAM the ADVOCATE Is willing to abandonthe young and nlil Koatingjinntlnir,flub.ng,:tc. Cottage fully furnished: for isle or to rent. Paid up capital, :
$25t
.'loclate-E"Ut, Aa agesOHAI. If.WALTOK project. If Urevard county Average deposits
3
.
undertakes to build the road and .r, ;' n $3ooiC

issue bonds for its construction, i It

Office Washington Avenue, Tltuivllle will be assuming as heavy a burden Transacts a General Bail l

Iadlan River, Florida. as it can carry. It will be enough .

to build the road without paying, Business

PUBLISH EVERY FRIDAY. anybody for right-of-way ; and ,
beside!, it would not be just to pay 1 Largest and OMestBankontbt(! E

a few persons who demand pay and k
Check,etc.,may h. made payable to "Graham give no compensation to those who DIfECTIIsIf :
A Walton," publishers and |>n>j>rletors. he JAS.PRirrnAKn,M 11 M ,'
to 'PII.
to
happen enough
generous
i I of the National Hank al i
BnlMMTlpllon.Twelve donate the right of-way. ItCRIIEIIIreI'uhlp: !> II. i...
months, HMMX t":ok.onvllle),. W. 8. tin. lI.r I
BHOWK
.
1.00
Tbree" JIO OCR board of comrnlssioners .-g't CORBF'POM)'
county Seaboard National HankNational ,
:; '? it6
Single copy, J> In response to petition L a Bank of Jacksm

Strictly In advance. from many of the precincts nf the rl"Iel'LTT'II: : LL FLA.THE .

The dove rates include the payment nf jwwt- county, have decided that each -- --- - -
IIT n*. SnlMwrlitl| "ns can omnmence an,
time during the yearIMMvmtlnuanr : commissioner! will make a personal

canvass! of his own district! for the EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CARt
nf ailvU. mtut\tt made t>er purpose of 'ascertaining! all the ate p tr=
tonally at tilt ottlre or liy writing. I
facts they an in regard to the Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread
MCMIIKim OP sentiment of>their people in regardto

THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, the proposed shell road, and u Bltuafil on the inn riallle Rlrrr alH.nt fourth of a mile from its confluence with the
Indian River,about MIDWAY UtTWtt HT, At'Or:NTINE AND PALM liFACH. .
Arm.IATH> wrtiiTtiEXationat : to cost of construction, most prac Rates for well office In hotel
this neonon 13 flfl to*/i no per day rontofttre an a* telegraph
Editorial AMoriatton. tlcable route, curlng of right-of; Hook through to Sarno bjr Jatktonrllle, St. Augustine A Indian River Railroad

way, etc., so as to be in position at CHAS. T. VLHREKE.TITUSYILLE .

A4 tn.., action in a definite and Intelllgen\

GRAHAM & WALTOST, manner in case the facts they TO DAYTONA, v'

glean from their investigationshould
IXUIATJ TllVtU ADVOCATE, warrant any further action -- Via Hlllsboro and Halifax Rivers.

Trriwvii.tr, FLORIDA. Nobody ran object to this course L .VNC: : 2.OZONE

by the county ,ommissionerB, for

they have agreed to make the investigation "Will ITltnurlll*.Fvery. "t..lal, Monday Wednesday, For Daytona and In-
IT la unreasonable for the peo ternraiUaUi lulnts, at one o cloc k p.m
pie who have 'built a 'road at Rock at their own personal *.,a>v. Davton* for TltnuYllI. Monday, .I"Indian: Friday, at one o'clock p. m.. .connecting FOR SALE BY -
,
at Tliusvllle I with steamers for all lminte on Hirerlor
ledge to expert to be re-lmbursei expense.THE further Information, address J. 1*. TtR\tR, Tltusville, Flonda. EDWSRD STXLXN"G,

by the county in case a'04 ell road notice of Intention to If" Stop over night at Fl nora-by-the Bea Fine finding and surf bathing as Is to be found The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer
ap
J IB constructed from one-efd of the on the Coast. Terms for hoard, tl,at per day| |e.00 per. week
ply for special legislation to authorire I cc cQA., Xn.c1.f.n.n.Et.f.: : 'Vcr, I'LOI1IDii :
Tltusville -- -- -
tbe other. '''
to ----------- ------------
county Itaevard to i issue
has sh elled the county road, (Wash. county 4'J'.oumuat not ship your fruit to roads. It la estimated that your road
bonds for road which if
Ington avenue) through 'J lave er border mill. now running in purposes theADvocATtdo"s, our ports," she has a right to say, expense here will to cost be you placed$1,200 on the per entire mile,prop-the HARLAN HOTEL LAKE HELEN, Florida, +

- anti our people pay a : not commit our .o.unty cominissioners "very well you cannot have our erty of the county. In Ohio It coat us ,

tax on the bond Issued ior shell to the road project. If a slips We are satisfied our grow- from $2,500 to $3,500: per mile, and the ALSO "' I
Jng our street, but we toave not special act is passed it will not instruct ers will be able to get all the slips entire costs I la assessed on the real estate MISS S. KEMPE, Proprietress. OTEL,AsburyFPark. NJ.HARLAN .
demanded compensation from the within two mile on each side of the
need the but of
dissect or o nand an issue they on keys ; : road; and yet, our people petition for HOTEL Lake Helen, Volnsla county, Florida; 120 miles toot
county, iind don't expect to. of bonds, but will-simply authorize course! an embargo on the Bahama these roads and cheerfully pay the COlt, Jacksonville; high plateau between St. Johns river and Atlantic ocean, pint'
our to issue bonds in ease slips will give the growers on the and would not have It removed It Is and orange belt; healthful and delightful: climate; all conveniences; table and
county
IT seem that the railroad cor keys monopoly for a time and estimated that the value of the lands are polntmenta excellent; pure rock well water. Terms moderate On JacksonlSt.
a majority our people favor the Augustine & Indian River Railroad 01 New Smyrna also Jackson
by
Increased by these roads at least 25 way ;
assessed will rule We be. per
[rjporations of the state are road project. It will simply place prices higher. cent. Many counties have 300 to 4UO Tampa & Key West Railroad, connecting at Orange City Junction.
.$17,000,000 for roads and rolling us in a position to issue bonds It lleve most of the old growers will mile of these Improved roads. .

stack alon., for U94 If we add the people .see fit 'to do so. No have a good many slips from their It teems to me a large; amount of the

their wild ands and theirbotels at hasty action need be taken if the own fields before June, which III suffering which must follow the present

fit AugUBtl ne, Late Worth,'!damps: special act should .-secured, but the season for planting.The I road emergency could,be could judiciously be obviated built, so\ that this

and Winter Park the sum -wouh we can take plenty ef time to. be principle, however, is wrong the tax: payer could get the benefit 01

probably reach 130,000)000. It sure we are right before we go It would be much better, in our the work. Every tax: payer could put in

loaks as if tIle railroad pay aboualbalf ahead; but In casevwe do decide opinion( we could have reciprocity his time and team; he could work out
his tax and have a good to live
million dollar. per aaiurainU or free trade with the Bahamas margin
build the we-w4l haveto
to road not on. The money would be put In circulation rt R at ist' '
ifttl lltlsi ,
the state and county -treasuries They buyitbe bulk of their provisions n ruit n,
wait until the! legislature meet ; the people would have something ukrii ttt e...) .,
alone, to say nothing abou again, two years hence, before we fronvtbe United States, and it to pay the merchant for his goods and i au'tr -M ) 1 a.
what they pay to various mu id. do is only fair that we should take the merchant would not be required to :
can tIQ.
pal governmen.ts. It is 'not nn their products.When let his goods lie idle on his shelves.
Last winter the of
city San Diego Cal.
reasonable to c lain that the -*..n.eerJHI tbeitarifF bill was passed I kept over three hundred men employetlin
NO PISEAPPLE SLIPS FROM
our people had no idea that a freeze .
which pay a very large jrcentage building roads, outside of the city,
of all ta xes should ,be .entitled THE BAHAMAS.! would injure.our pineapple plantations simply to furnish work for their labor.

to some consideration. ifreoi tIO soon, and it was not believed log men. What that city did, in a country /' elf
It is ithat the of not half the resource of this East
reported govern. that would need'
the law makers Have you ere we ever -Coast and with climate
a not to be com-
thought about it 1 I'n this light U'e ment of ,tbe Bahamas has placed slips from theUahamas again. It pared to thlh for comfort and health, HOTEL ROYAL TOINCUNA,

never tad until we- read tine comptroller's an embargo on the exportation of will be difficult to keep up a line lirevard county ought; not to hesitate to PALM BEACH
report for 1894. pineapple dips, and will probably of schooners ,wltk our island neighbors do so for Its frost stricken people.A LAKE WORTH.

make it a criminal offence to eel if ,they cannot bring back car. Xoy-RK8iDENT: TAX PAYER.A Rates: $4 per day and upwards. NOW Oil

commissioners any slips io an Jurnerican. This goes of slips this summer, and it is Accommodation for 1,000. HESBY W. MKBRII. Manager
THE: county manifested Very Good Suggestion
report appears in the .Florida thus the tariff interferes with the
strict
*ono
policy of >u y
their Citizen : natural channels of trade in case In connection with the road project -
and publie spirit by action, I
"It is reported that tie Assembly 01 the Citizen's report is correct.A comes to us from a prominent property
It
In road
regard to the project the ihaioaa, which la die supreme leg. owner on the lower river.
was agreed that each county com Islitlve authority of these Island, has Xon-ltcsldciit's Views on the lie argues If an issue of $150,000 01
missioner would canv\ss his MWI put an embargo en the exportation 01 bond is made they should not all be rT T'7TsI
district and ascertain, as near as' pineapple sVps from the.11 uid!#, and will Head Qut'lItion.SUAW'ElI payable In 30 years, but say the bondsare
probably make It a crlmtail otlenoo to for one thousand dollars each, they
possible, the exact c ondition of sell any slips to RB American. This U FLA. March 6, 180o. should be payable at the rate of $10,001
public sentiment on t he subject,. supposed tot lie a retaliatory measure Editor AJiocatf: per year for 13 years. That* is to say
and probable cost in eac h district against the IJaUted K tales for' the ,,Inipo.liUon ten bonds ae payable in 15 years: ten I I
After thin canvass is made, if tbe of an lusrwt. duty under the tariff I have carefully read all the article more la lit years, ten In 17 years, and soon
I laws which became operative about a In your excellent paper on the great If they were all for 30 years, thenwe
result warrants further action they. year ago. The llahanas haw been for value of a shell road through itieranl have to pay Interest for the whole ,
will probably employ the- county some time supplying to the plneapitlegrowers county; but I have failed t 8 notice one 30 years whereas If they are payable In I
surveyor or some other competent aloof the Indian lhtverandLaJm great advantage which In sly opinion, Installments, the Interest would stop on
to stake out a route and Woith a Urge part of the sl\ps that they equal any pieveateu, vlt. The bringing I part of the bonds as fast as they are paid .
person have used In starting! their plantatlona Into public notice the beautiful homes lie also .suggests that an no bonds
prepare estimates of cost solicit and If this Information shall jicove to be and location for liwiuca, the border of would be payable for 15: years, no levy
right-of-way, etc., and take such true, It may work a great Inconvenience, Indian River 11011II_ The northern visitor should be made tor a sinking fund until
other preliminary stops as may be I If not a hardship, to then In who pail* through your.county by I, ten year hence. That would leave five ,
l looking to the ultimate. the slips for further planting, JoCDrlng rail, through the pine landsthe thick years In which to accumulate money to
necessary age In the pineapple-growing sections 01 hammock, and the w-grasi wampg, pay the bond as they become due. By
construction of the road. Florida shall prove to ba as next as only touches at rare Interval. tbe or- not levying a inking fund tax for the .
soue claim that U Is." aoge groves and pineapple plantation on ten: years, it would make the Increased
the borders of tbe riwr; and, returns taxes of our people very little for ten THE HOTEL ORMOXD,
has It is than this
IT often been charged by
more probable report hone, without knowing anything of the years, and by tbe end of that time we OKMO\D-Of 0 nt.iYIIAccommodation
the corporation papers that is correct, but the ADVOCATE beauties[ of the Indian River! country ihould have received so much benefit for 300 guests. Rites, *5 aid :
"the railroads own the state of has no information on the subject.We The traveler by boat sees but little more from the road aad our population should week in April. per until day and upwards Spear
Florida." Of course, it was Intended recede the Nassau Guardianas While the Klagler road nay be of great be, at least, doubled, so that our county v Open April 25th.
ulvautage to tourists wtw wish to visitPalm taxes should be less than at present, even Co uftu Kprice.6"11011! attractions for a Winter home w Ormo
that this remark should be an exchange, and read its columns I
Beach I&ollloely Lake Worth, It though: a tax: was levied at that time to
taken figuratively, and the desire very carefully, unless the II almost a positive Injury to the dwellers provide for an ample Inking fund. Do Not Miss the Hammock Drive at Ormond.

was to insinuate that the railroads paper becomes mislaid or appro. In Brevard county; for one cannot go A.NDEKSOX & PRICE Manage
were sufficiently powerful in their priated from our olllce, and we south by rail unless he stay all night;I For Sale.
and the be saW for the Intercommunication
iafluence to be able to demand from have not noticed action the came may
by
any steamboat travel. The Schooner
by Veteran-Staunch, well
our legislature the making of such tahama[ Assembly in its columns, The writer, ha been trying lor two built, and commodious; sixteen ton

laws as would operate to their interest such as is reported by the Citizen. month to get to a point six miles south burden, newly built safe for any voyage,
or the repeal of statutes Another reason we have for not accepting of liocklediu', and has found no method and a good sailor. Will take some good
obnoxious of travel, eieept the uncertain one of a mUch cow or range cattle In part 7iTiiiIIiII:; :
which railroads the is pay-
were to ; report as gospel be. all boat with wind and waves to tight meat. Address,
but it seems our anti-corporation cause we do not believe the assembly If a shell road was constructed along the OLU HIXCUCK,
brethren were nearer the truth has been ia session recently margin of lodi*n Hirer the visitor eouhi Ceorgiana, Fla.

than they supposed when they but as the malls only arrive from lee what the people of your county po*.
.4) a. Those who come to spend the TITUSVILLi W1LVTJIEU 11K-
charged that the state was "owned"by Nassau semi-monthly, via. New winter here, M the writer, would bring
corporations. It is a fact the York, per Ward Hue, the action referred their own and carriages, they PORT
greater part of the state is owned to may have been taken would have a ode of over one hundredmile. The following I II a comparative statement oval / j f fa

by corporations. Taking the entire since the last copy of the Nassau ., surpassing for beauty and scenery of temperature and rainfall for the iii
the far-famed Wluehaken. They would weekending Wednesday, March 0, '9i: : l
of the Guardian received and
acreage state they own was by us,
enjoy, out-doors, what they come here
alntvtenths of all wild he Citizen have received -1801- -1805.-
probably may its or-thin unparalleled imate. Stint i
lands. In all of our cities and report by cable. I a* they are now,in boarding house anti 28 DATE: MAX.70 MIX.54 111 77 AX. Mix. ,

towns: they own valuable! property, We would very much regret to round hotels, because of their liability fraction to get 1 77 00 79 53 M
u a
and their tracks and rolling stock learn that the report is correct, not 01 this health-giving they only appropriate elliiuttev 2 m 53 'tJ tli

alone are a..rlled"ccording to the hat we fear any great loss to Let this road be built so that the winer 3 74 67 tI3 43

comptroller's report, at a greater Florida pineapple growers as a result dweller can get around and lee what 5 4 TO 70 00M 64 1:1: 30 49

sum than that of the personal but we would deplore any.I this beautiful county ha location to offer and for homes the thousand will 9 74 60 73 60 sTIIE

property of our entire population.No thing calculated to discourage or be sought after and Improved. The Total rainfall for the week: a43 Inches.
one will therefore, deny the heck the growing commerce be. Dumber of northern people who will Jn- Departures from normal rainfall for the
claim put forth by our antl-cor. tween the Bahama group and est and Improve can hardly be esti week : minus 0.29 inches Departure
poration friends, that the railroadsown Florida. After all, such conduct mated. Many will flow la to make the** from normal rainfall since January 1st;

the state at least 1 far could hardly be called mprovemenU, and the population of minus 3.03 Inches. CORDAVA
or by unjust. the ST. AUGUSTINE.
county will rapidly Increase. J. E. LAxot rrz AoeormodsUon
the greater part of it.. I If we say to the Bahama people, Ws In Ohio know the value of good Observer, for 400, Pates; t3 per day and upward.; per week, .p' y

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Irlliheit Honors Awarded-World'* Fair. West Palm Beach. Fertilizersfor v ,
Complete
J. W. Y. Stelf "
-DR; Ur J. E., m was In town ox:

Thursday last. on potatoes, fruits, and all vegetables require (to secure the largest ,

1tlr. Wllltam Thomas visited yield and best quality)
Mangonia
one day last week. 4 HARDWARE {*-

,\"JiBAlONfi In Mr town. Emanuel on last Saturday.Peterson, of Juno, was At Least 10% Actual P.otash. ,


Judge A. Eo Eau ua, during the Heyser past w'eck.spent a day with Results of experiments prove this conclusively. How and ,

Ask why, is told in our pamphlets. Cook Stoves, Oil and Wood Heaters, .'armlnTool"/ Poultry Netting, Ammunition -
Dirt Root If he ever goes; toehurt'h + Tin and Tinware. Galvanized< Sunday evenings, during the cold' They are tent free. It will cost you nothing to read them and they will save too Root Material, Hopes\ and ail boat good. and cast nets, Paint, Linseed Oils. Hard

weather.Mr. dollara- GERMAN KALI WORKS, p l N_ Most New Yotk. Oil Finish, etc. ClI\IYI\nlzt'tll\nal'sark Sprayers, 4.00.

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Herbert Root took quite a party of -- Always pleased<<1 to quote prices, and correspondence solicited. w wL
young people Bailing on last Sunday guests. the helm of public affairs-and their I L

afternoon. The steamer White, of the Indian lack of confidence U not without f,>un'l

PO IR Mr. C. C. rhillinsfworth U absent from River Steamboat Co., has been taken oft i dation. I know the nentlment of I
town, the run between Tltunttlle and Mel.1bOllrne people, and can well undcrvtaml their1
attending court at KUsImmee in Branch
MOST PERFECT MADE. Osccola county. her services being deemed unnecessary position. The average citizen will remonstrate BAKER & HOLMES House I
when ho knows that ,
: n-t lust St. Lucle and tISebnotlan : thingsare !
run ',rape Cream Tartar Powder. Fret Mr. Nathan T. Field' was among the make: daily runs and rover the not H* they should' he; and public ,
tjm Arr.-nonii: Alum or any other adulterant ITynoluxo visitors here last week. Mr. same I ground. The service of these two officers, too, often forget that tho public
a.1 YEARS THE STANDARD. *'llI,111I noon to complete a flue hotel at last named steamers has been eminently eye Is upon them, and that their act are ARTHUR J. DOYLE
Hypoluxo Island. satisfactory: this. winter, the trips be. most critically\ scrutinized-or else they Manager.
taken Titti act In open defiance\ of theno conditions.
The usual \lllo and Jupiter being madeIn
weekly
Sunday evening con I write till because I know
that the
cert was held! at the remarkably fast time and without the
Royal Polnclana
Daytona. and duced.some very fine selections were pro, on aggravating river lioats.delays.\ so trip often through experienced South those I\nra who citizens, !generally stand agitate far: bettor public than Improvements Warehouse Room on J., T. & K. W and J., St. A. & I. R Railways,


MI, astweek.DiT E, Muriel. of Jacksonville, wasI Mr. Bins Rice was In West Palm Head I: run Florida down III.not the complete Indian River without, through taking the: a two 'Is necessity. A cooperation to tht1t1'1I'r1 betweenthe : welfare -- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. i

I 'i one day recently, enjoying the sights of Jupiter Narrows : and development of the county, bill
'"n.i Is still crowded with winter our city. lie noticed quite a marked I am forced to say that acids Is far from __ 1It\LUC": IS I
..il..r. md the hotels are doing well. change since his last visit. The character: of the entertainment the condition.' It accuse that there Is
given last Friday evening by Messrs. O. room for Improvement along this lino.
Tht Misses Davidson, of Jacksonville, West The special train, which has been at I'aul Smith and Willard Gorton was W. It. HAII:.:. Hay Grain Feed Flour Meal & Grits It
rt i.iyng, Miss Bishop on Ridgewood. Palm Beach for several day of the worthy of a larger and more enthusiastic ,
past week, pulled out for St. audience
Augustineon than the one which greeted:
-The Walton
Mr ", II. Burton returned to her last Monday morning. them on that oocatilon.: Mr. Smith's No. one, $,.'1; No. Rapid two, $10 Calking; No.! three Machine, $13, Cotton. Seed Meal Fertilizers and Crate Material] i
nimt' I in Avondale, Cincinnati, last week. Mr. Louis Bradley contemplates leav- crayon: IIk'tchl"el'e very pleasing, and Tltusville, Fla. !
ing Lake his Impersonation of Elizabeth CadvStornton
Mrs Henry Thompson entertaineditb first of next Worth for lliscayne Bay the in her lecture to "our girls; ," iff" Terms Cash with order. Ask for our price list. Wo deal exclusively: in !
delightful! euchre party, Wednes- with week him He this wilt take le'eralpasllengel'l was not only entertaining but remarkably: A Square Deal the above lino of goods; keep them In stock at all times In Tltusvlllo, and will give I
I'v, ning. trip. true. Mr. Gorton gave a very realistic prompt and careful attention to all 1)\.I'rlll'nlrllllll'.1 to UK. S"licithogocir patronage

\\e are glad to learn that Mr. James 1' The Carpenters' Union will give a Impersonation of Kev. T. DeWItt Tal- The celebrated. Jackson square for sale w'e big to remain, Very IIl'l'trully, II,\K t.K ltI.MFS.:
'
calico ball on next Friday The In his at CHAI' F.K & Co. ", Tltusville.
;:ibinpton, one of our ateamboat men, Is evening. mage sermon on "Night scenes In \. \
.covering from a long and tedious Ill- music Is to be furnished by Mrs. Leon, Sew York," faithfully depleting every ['
......, pianist, and will be accompanied with a gesture of the noted divine. Mr. f;. O.Vlvcll Stores To Let I ICoooa
violin. deserves credit for his efforts to
Mr/ James Y. Gamble and family, of furnish us with entertainments of an COCOA ICE WORKS
Mr. Frank Brown of Palm BRIcK store
:iuclnnatl. are occupying the Wolseley Beach, was Intelligent order. to rent In the AIIVOCATR
vjulenre J on the peninsula, opposite In our city on Wednesday last. Mr. block. Fine bucati' n. Apply' at the ,
)) Brown Is Just recovering from a severe ADVOCATK ufiice, Tltusville.
aytona.A spell of sickness, and we are glad to see Between Titim Hie and Daj'tonu. FJ.or:1da.: I
number of the young men In town him out again.

lire a most delightful dancing party In Among the citizens who left for court The naphtha launch Ozone, In command Good-Cigars.Go NOW XN O1 3 rt.: LTION.

I he Opera house Thursday evening of in Osceola county the past week, of Capt. J. P. Turner, is now on to the Corner Ding Store, Titus !1 '
,ist week were that most picturesque route between G. C.. Ml ltIIVOJ3t : \ '
Messrs. Zapf, Lamond, Heyser, Quimby, Titusville vine, when you want a good smoke. I I
The is
andlJ\ytona.: Ozone anew
The progressive-euchre club met at Chillingworth, Earman, Dodge, Stltes ClIAtFEK &: CO. Manufacturer
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boat, 33ft. long and 7ft. beam, and
list Maud Bishop's on Saturday even- and Ulttens.

,ng.cmdence This of week Mr. Folty.they will meet at the Mr. Shaw and Miss Ola Kyle were Is gine.fitted!She with Is also a 0-horse comfortably power fitted Sinti en up For tent ICE & DISTILLED: WATER

pleasant visitors In town the middle of to suit tourists and others. Those who I il

Vise Lucy Thomas, of New York, Is the week. They returned on southbound are anxious to view the beautiful Hills- AVaverly stock farm, 420: acres, three ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM 1 IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
pending the month of March with her passenger train to West Jupiter, boro and Halifax rivers, would do well mile from Tallahassee. Good house

lend, Miss LaBoitraux, at the Seaside on Thursday morning. to take a trip on the above launch. See fences, etc. ty Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Fieexcra and 1 Water Coolers
Inn the beach. time table 4th
on on our .
Mr. Rome Tinny, who has been spending page.: II. V. It. &'III1AllltII. !

The steam and naphtha launches and the winter in our midst, left on last Tallahassee, Fla.Pineapple Lake Worth Ice Worts
ill boats are In constant demand, for at Saturday morning's train, for Ozone, T1IK ItO t1) 1"I TITIOY.EDEN -- "
.lit Florida Is herself Fla. where he will .
again and the meet a party of Slips! and Sucker 1,1
eather Is all that could be desired. friends from St. Louis. He will pay our FLA., March 4, '95. PALM BEACH FLA.
locality a visit some time next winter. Editor Advocate :
:
Write for I.
The river Is crowded with sail boatshis prices on s. Cayenne,
The ladle of the In the Eau Oallie Items of Issue Abbaka, Jamaica Klpley and Queen slips
Congregationalchurch
winter, which Is rather unusual your
for
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i nee the bridges were built and so gave a neck-tie social at the of the let inst. note is made of the fact and sucker to .- I

jicycles are In use, we have seen many comparatively church, last Friday evening. Ice cream that a petition Is being circulated, to be E. C. B. TVNDAM-
little of them. oysters, coffee and cake were served, andthe presented to our county commissionerswith Waveland, Fla.
young man whose neck-tie matchedthe a view of increasing our road tax HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS )
Daytona Is said to be the most beau ti dress of the young lady was com from one mill-as levied last year-to a
aland attractive place in Florida, and pelled to entertain her during the even- three-mill tax for the present year the For Sale.A .
i i er citizens take great pride in adding Ing. About $30 was realized, which proceeds to be used for the Immediate
mprovement Handsome palmettoos amount will go towards paying off the improving of the county roads. So far, pineapple plantation of twenty MANUFACTURED BY --

re being set out on the river front Indebtedness on the building. so good. They further suggest "the i acres, on Indian River; dwelling/ and I

1, Owing to the reception of Mrs. U. S. work to be done each commissioner :. packing houses; two acres under irrigation & Sudlow .
In his own district. This Is also very for vegetables. Enquire of Chapman:
Grant, wife of the late General Grant, at ,
Coronado Beach.Several good so far as it goes; but there are CHAe,1i. HOWLAND,
.
the Hotel Poinciana last Thursday
Royal -
1 other the
points beyond mere fact of
Waveland, Fla.
evening, there were only a few collecting this money and turning it over South Jacksonville, Florida.'I
couple present at the Park Cottage to
to each commissioner In his own district
gentlemen evidently unaccus- attend the weekly "Elite Whist Club."
imed to sea bathing much which seem to be Ignored-If we are to A Itnrgnlu.
etching the bathers were from the amused hotel, The members who were present indulged judge by the past action of the board In For Oranges Vegetables and PIneapples.
In a game until 10 p. m. We i
'hilt they were in the water on Wed- trust that the next club night will see this matter. I think past experience Business lot, 25 feet front, on Wash 1
e day and Friday. There were eleven all goes to show that the county roads have ington avenue, with tin shop, north of '
3 at one time. present.The not got the benefit of the money that has Losley A; Itenaker; can be had for $400. -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (::- )
Flagler Alerts, West Palm Beach been awarded for their improvement.It This I I. very cheap. Nothing else can be
l Mr (:"has. II. Walton, associate-editor fire company, will give a minstrel show Is also a fact that there Is a laxity of had in same nelghboihood at double the Dealers all kinds of Raw Material, such ah Sulp. rotash, Kalnlt, CottonSeed
..f f the pink paper of the East Coast-the I IJ'OCATEwal at the public school building, at eight business principles In the use of county price. Meal( Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc. I
\ In New Smyrna last o'clock, on the evening of March 11th. road funds that justifies a great deal of tf. ROIIIIIVH &: OlIAIIAM Co. Hone ground and steamed In the factory In three different grind.f ,
eel We understand want of sufficient This show will be given to help the fire- the opposition now existing In regard to ? Send for Pamphlet and 1'rlce.
"M precluded his visiting Coronado on men in procuring their pharaphenalla the shell-road proposition. For example;
I'or .. .. i
hat certfln Sloop Sale. --------- -- ------ - --
occasion. necessary for the use of the fire company. a district is awarded 2000.
There will be songs, both comic and sentimental The commissioner in that district takes
Mr \ H. Carpenter, of Chicago, jigs!, clog dances, stump the contract to attend tb that portion of For sale, sloop Irene, 40ftxl5ft;
riles Manager Sharp that on the let of speeches, special acts and fancy drills, the county road for a specified length of xinnigc, 18 27-100( ; In first-class comlllon. F. F. CLARK
larch there will be five or six more of and will terminate with an Impromptudance. time, he to be his own judge as to the : New sal In' head-room in cabin. c.E.
.n friends who will come to Coronado, Everybody should turn out on amount of work he applies and the condition Dent party or oracle boat of her size on E. .

N hopes they will have the same at- this occasion and help the boy in their in which he keep the toad; he the river. Price, 400.00. Apply to I'
Cation as his previous parties have had. good work. Remember, this is the first draws the 2,000> and proceed (or is I K.: C. li. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt.I'eter .
Several ihow of any kind that has yet taken supposed to) to expend this money In away I Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where she J. Jacksonville.FURNITURE : ''I
hental evenings of vocal and Instru- place In West Palm Beach in the way of calculated to bu to the most general I may be seen *tf
music, recitations and parlor of his dUtrlct. Now the
Interest point
theatricals. Tickets will be sold at
I
uww aloes have of again been .enjoyed by the Eugene Dimlck's drug store and at the I wish to bring forward is thU: After 11 11'Vholcsalc
Coronado during the past the commlllKloner draws the.2,00 I, what and CARPETS.
"****. the Three A of the guests will be leav- door.everybody.Come early and get a good seat, guarantee have the county or the )> Mile LAGER BEER

Ug DVOCATE goes to press. Mr. who have paid their taxes that ,
harp, however, reports quite a large money Is going: to be expended Intelligently I
umber larch. of tourists as having booked for Eau Gallic. judiciously, or even for the purpose to Make it 25c and lletnil. =--=I:: -: -
lotel "blchwillcome' aj filling the for w hick I it is awarded ? JJ herself Recipe ,

means does the county protect ,
!i liRa Octy Roddy of Atlanta who has The sloop Vixen, Capt. Chan. Edgerton and at the same time protect the tax I. D. TOTTE.V, Oilando, florlda.B.A.R..G.A.XN"S We have made special effort this Fall to have a Stock of Goods inltable for the .J
,
ten staying at the hotel for five, weeks, was at Eau Gillie: last Monday.Mr. payers in the expenditure of this money 1 East Count IluyerM. l lOUR !
'UlklnB Is there any crucial record kept of this

I Mi.k Uoddy visiting has friends been In Jackson-cheer- John McAllister has purchasedfour money, further than the fact that a certain PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW !
a Mr.
very acres of land at Tropic from commissioner has dl'awn,000: and
J iuwltlon to the society of Coron- Chas. Stewart. $1,500 Is said to have verbally agreed to attend to the road t
11 having friends all over Georgia been the consideration. through his district Is the county I am offering bargain In :- ff: Write u* what you want, and we will quote price by return ",''L I
fitht oldest of
the families of the
', ? ,tate of the So"111She knowi Owing to a failure to post a proper ordinary money to precautions be valued so of little business that transactions the- Furniture, '. SlattingWindow Our Number Is 2O-22-24-26 West Bay Street. :
for town has
"BMiiini. worth notice, the election o/Scers
40Me 1 md has remembering a faculty of of telling many been postponed until the second day of cannot be used In its manipulation Shades. Mirrors, I tc. .--- -. -_.. .-- It
binge m way that Interests her listens April. The registration book will be t Have the county commissioners I also have a department devoted to
W, hall" be glad to her back open until March 27th. no Interest in the county further_ than! to Coffin and Caskets. Mail orders will re- ,

1;ale 'I' ironado.Sewn see I Mr. J. S. Cochrane, of the Dummitt dispose their hands of the T money If one of wblcb their number comes Into, or ceive prompt attention. Satisfaction 1 :
guaranteed. Lots in West Palm Beach r
(, ,', F. Sheave and P. S. Van- came down last Friday on thelaunch anyone elite want to take care of the :
tale i WJ gentlemen Edith R. He remained In towna county road through their district, let EDWIN!: :! M.LKON:! Kelbourn.I'Ia-
e ""am, over to staying at Day- few days, inspecting a new boat which them inter Into some definite agreementand I -
Coronado Beach hell I
Uhennf1 Capt. John Smith Is building for him. contract with the county, specifying I
:a .td,nd at, in order to get an early bas Into the bow many miles of road there are and III Circuit Court Ilrevard County Agent for the Lands in Dade County of ti
rti the hotel over night. Mr. Chas. L. Taylor gone
,0A"'. \TIC scribe met them a* they wholesale fish business, and will put on the width It is to be kept will and the Florida, HU.'S; Co '
J JteU1' mg home, Wedneadar, greatttTf two boat at once. Capt. John Houstonba sum of money for which he take the I Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation
contract. Then let It be the business of

,i to their gather,ucce shells* ;People to the young never. him,just and completed ha started a building fine fish another.boat for the commissioners, aa a body, to see and Catherine Cleveland. (1. Ivs I Bill for Partition. II Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.

"'IJ rlcb> and i know that the contract is fulfilled to the Cleveland ... all. I i
ie bar "We poor alike, It has a I Tropic people still complain of the letter; let the contractor make some IT amieartiiK by the .worn statement In the I Land Trust. New River Land Trust.
:hI gather shells from I steamer Della not remaining at the Eau ulneM! showing for his money. Has bill of euupbdsa Dim la the above. caiue, Lake Worth *
:ru and fling tbem that tbe reM <1!Bte Haiun H. C..I&nd.1
'''at ,.-u Iju does one by one GallIe dock long enough for them te this ever been done Have the county 0e0rJ{'{;I..lau'I, William f fI Jtus not remember theThe make purchase in town and return on commissioner any knowledge as to the B. Hall anil A of one hour or of awarded to this dlstrict are noB-raeldenu the State of Klorlda,*<>-wll: 1
I the steamer top amount money Keeldente of New (Motor. Louisiana I'natlannoica Lake Worth A..., for the Liverpool London Globe laxicauce Co.
pt..plt of Coronado had been forty-five minute would be a great con- for road purposes, and do they ,TennM.M i A isses,(teorxis,and Mobile, '
::: 'II- their minds' to attend venience to them. know by any business record that the Alabama, reflectively j and are over the ace of Notary Public ALBERT W. ROBERT West Palm Beach Fla.
a 21 yean, that there /.tut within the tate
i i penua
1 Utju! 1Mr.. Deltweller'* on Mon- The Ram arrived here last Monday money so awarded was properly ex. of 'I.wida the HTvlce of ubuoina.upon whom .. __._ ___ ___ _. __ .. un.. ___ .. .
1I l'.1 ame ct tno prominent ..plrltLa sloop *eker ndedf-I hardly think M. If they would bind laid oefendanui I Now, therefore,
I ''* present at bringing a party of pleasure ban, there needs to be a radical change.It yoe.. the jilt Haiiiuel H. Cleveland, Ueorge
\ the gathering"VI Mr. and Mrs. G. ( ....land, HUliain Cleveland, and Ueborab H.
>/; .Uf' '?were to be there, but they from Georgiana.Nelson, Mr. luley8mlth, Is no wonder that there Is so much Hall.... Oscar Hall a* her hiubaad, are herebyeuunianiled Lumber and House Materials *<-
Building
::satcriallz on this tide of the Whittington opposition to the shell road, or any other tu tie and auuear before our aald
, ro -and the Mr. G. A.. smith, Miss Belle Pfaffe, of proposed public improvement, when soup U Tltaevllle, I lurUt, OB Monday, the let ,
at th crowd had toconL Mr. and Mrs. Warner, Mr. day of April, A U IM, anewer to su. >laa-
Wisconsin who have the of the
: ; those manipulation
:1
"=- t'->Ye elf*the with hotel the, tmual which fun Is and and Mr*. Wethey and Mr. Frank Ford, MK>i>le's money dish It out without any ants will be bill entered of eomulalnt.agalne. y..a decree and earn pro.of eonfeHO.you,and *>* Sasb Doors and Blinds Lime Cement Nails and
never ,
,
*y..7Um. They are composed the party. assurance of what Is going to be done aid stow will ... allowed to proceed .*. parte.t ,
*, -. however,planning IS further 0,.""", that this notice be pub
that cr'an meeting of the .plrltu- The Hotel du Nil, Sarno, U establish- with It. This Is the cause OfDID..teDth.of II...... .. the taoist ft,... ADVOt-aT. a newe.eper Builders' Hardware.
:II aay happen later on, provid- lag quite a reputation for its excellent such opposition and such will always .> publlabed In aakieuMtv, ese a..k'or ,
they lake place party came ap from be the case as long as such a condition 'our week. j
a@! J.lI, r!:'..ht... A.during walk through the preeent the cuisine.Melbourne A last large Wednesday for dinner, exisU. Those who oppose these public Wltaee* the Honorable D.Braume Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty.
IIcb termed ,Judge of aald court,and
,
rt by mOODlJgb'-"urtDg this and a number of Eaa Gallie people took Improvements are "stumbling II1.3 the sal l of aald court, ibis std
",,1 .eL' her.-is just| the thing for the dinner there last Sunday. Both mine blocks," otwtructlooiiU, etc., when, day of Marsh A D leu*. G. F. PADDISON ,I
!I.L; In a great measure, It I* due to their
Ira now on the beach Green and Manager Verbeke are A. A. mWABT,
VII thl '{ui f'rt. 10 they untiring Host In their effort to please their lack of confidence la those who are at aarleprl Clerk Circuit Court. TITUSVILLE, FLA., awl EAU GALLIC, FLA.INDIAN .

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Notice. ALEX RKAR.' IRXt-: I 1
DIGGING TUNNELS. plates and brick Wlr.'gOlnr In a. ib* -- Deafness Cannot be CuredBy ttlpt
NEAR &
work progressed.-Boston Herald. I a LL eonofnwNl take notice that ill months TAYLOR,

local application as they cannot 11 after date hereof I will die my final account Successors to John McAIlintct\
Howard
of
HE PRESSURE MEN BEAR WHILE admlnlntratrlJi of the estate
now Re Got nilad. reach the diseased portion of the ear. W. Mains M with the Honorable Minor ... Jones,

WORKING UNDER WATER. Tramp-Pleas* help the blind.PMlerbrnoW' I There Is only one way to ture deafness, County Judge of said administratrix\ and of for Mid ray Artesian Well Contractor
constitutional remedies. final discharge from the ,
: did you become blind? and that Is by

Ireeallar ..n.atloiM sad ......".... Fatal Tramp-Looking for work, sir.- Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condition estate: CEALIA B. MAISK, l7nov9t EAU CALL1E. FLA
I the lining of the Eu-
of mucous
RMalte-TMnellaf Through a WaterHole Dallas Timee-Herald. This Ort. 1ft, ISM. Administratrix.
i stachain Tube. When this tube Is inflamed TITUSYILLE BAKERY--
fnd.r the Dad... ...._ ........ you have a rumbling sound or octt9-M4m ;'

lag Talk With aa All Lock Worker. BOOK BINDING. or Imperfect hearing, and when it is en
tirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and C. F. FISCHER, '. Proprietor.

Laboring on the firm earth, with"all Its IWfliiBlnc sad the. Tnuultloa from unless the Inflamatlon can be taken out, Notice of Intention to Apply for

I out of doors" to breatbe, perspiring andmayh.p Ancient to Hod... Method and this tube restored to Its normal con Legislation. Cakes, Pies & Confectioner a Specify.
It was only when writing was made dition bearing will be destroyed forever; Special
grumbling at one's hard look ,
,
orders in
All line
upon separate piece or sheet of a pliable nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- our promptly
a person leldom, if ever stops to think and perishable material that bind. tarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflamed It hereby given that sn application attended to.

that men work day after day deep down ng proper was invented to hold the condition of the mucous surfaces.We NOTICE of Florida'mad at to the the nwwlon Legislature commenciag of the But on

I in the water or the mod, with none but pieces or sheets, together and riTe will give One Hundred Dollars for the Jnd day of April,ISM,for the passage of a -
artificial their any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) bill to authorit the County Commissioners of
to
[ light guide movements strength to them and protection and
cured Hall Catarrh Krevard county to tame. bond of the county forth
I and only the air that Is pumped beauty. that cannot be by *purpose of constructing Rood public road WINES and SPIRITS
Cure. Send far circulars; free.F. throughout the county In the same manner and
to breathe. But here again .
i must
we distinguish.The ,
J. CuiiiXKT: A Co., Toledo, O. under the same restrictions a* I* now provided
People who work in the open air pliable written sheet may be either I all Druggists 75c. hy law for the IMII of bond for the erection of

would hare only to work for a abort oiled or folded, each giving rise to a Heart Disease 30 Yrsl! VSold by court houses Indebtedness and jail,and a*contained the funding In Sections of outstanding ## B E E R S, t I

time in a diver's salt, a caisson or an form of binding peculiar to itself. The /Ml SO.fled Inclusive,of the Revised Statute! ef

air lock getting a taste of what it II rolled sheet is bound by fastening each Sir Julian Panncefote, the British Am- Florida. CIGARS: ETC

like and how it feels, to be cured forer. sheet to the other sideways and rolling Short Breath, Palpitation. bassador to this country, Is sixty-six ROBERT MORROW,
13th District. OF THE FINEST QUALITY
er of grumbling at their I6t and to thank he whole from end to end the last sheet years old. II* Is a thorough sportsman, Senator ,
Mr. O. W. Tltutvllle, Fla.,Jan.23,1898. jan26-marlPJohn 00 TO
their lucky atari that it has been or- erring as a cover to all the rest This McKlnsev, postmaster of and for six has "rooted" for the

dained that they work on top of the form of binding Is no doubt the more Eokomo. Ind., and a brave er-: oldlerl years ball team. Losley & RenakerFamilies
says: "I bad been severely troubledwith hapless Washington
earth. The work of a direr, his sensations ancient of the two and it was for long heart disease

while under water and his experiences time in general use. It was used, for the army at the close ever of since the late leaving war.I Ambassador Bayard, recalling the B, Stetson University, Supplied.

have often been written about, example, by the Egyptians was was troubled with palpitation and fact that the English have placed the jy Our Lodgings and L.mliM

but those of the air lock and caisson probably invented by them-and it was shortness of breath. I could not busts of Lowell and Longfellow In Westminster DeLand, Florida.For Will be Ready by Oct. 1. Situated Well

worker have not While he does not used by the Greeks and by the Romans, sleep on my left Bide!, and bad pain 1, Abbey, Is quite sure that they side Washington ave., between 4 T "

face the danger of fouling pipes and and great libraries of rolls existed for around my heart. I became so ill will place that of Holmes there also. For :: hu'h College, Normal School K. W. depot and ADVOCATE block

lines, as does the direr he stays down some time after the Christian era and that I was much alarmed, and fortunately ;, and Conservatory ofMimic. of

longer gets warmer and his great dan many industries were engaged in contributing my attention was called to I, Prince Franz Llchtensteln, the new twenty. An teachers.Institution Seven of newt elegant rank. Faculty buildings, I

ger lies In the stagnation of blood and to the perfection of the bind- Austrian Ambassador at the Court of St heated t>y steam, lighted hy electricity.: : Hotand Grape Fruit LemonsHART'S
Dr. Miles'Heart CureI cold water liaths. Thoroughly e
paralysis, resulting from the change of Ing. It has, however been superseded Petersburg, Russia, Is the youngest person grmnaiilnin. Department of Physical Culture, ,
;
atmosphere.Mr. for many centuries by the folded form decided to try It. The first bottle o in the world holding that office. He 6.fMM'with yoillme.Military Drill Reading for young room,men.with all Library leading of,

It. C. Rapier of East Cambridgeis of literature the invention of which ii made a decided Improvement In my Is but forty-two years old. periodicals and dally and weekly) papers. LATE ORANGES,

an air lock worker and talks most Interestingly attributed to Eumenes, king of Perga- condition, and five bottles have com -- Thoroughly equipped chemical and physicallaboratories.
bulldtnlfor Music and
Ills work was mainly the mus (from whom, too, comes our parchment pietely cured me." McIres's WINE OFCtRQUI for fu...!. di....... Art Schools, with Separate artiste of e..hIlAht'creI'''''

air locks used in building the great Hudson or skin prepared for writing on), O.W.MCKINSET.P.M..Kokomo, Ind tion In charge. Second term opens Decemlwr. W'"are now booking orders in' unioc
full Information
21IMI'end for catalogue, giving
river tunneL To a reporter he talked In the third century before Christ But Dr.Mile Heart Core.mid on a pmltlT* to
Admiral Ito, the Japanese hero of the for Fall and Winter Delivery, at reduced!
that the first bottle will benefit.
of if the form has terminology Kutrantee JOHN F. FORBES, President.
some of the sensations, dangers and disappeared the AlldraKxl UaellUatU, a bottle for IS.or who Is known his devoted
experiences. He said that, while a man of the roll has survived and the L'wJ:: be cent, sMeedIcil receipt: .o.tPII6rY.llIoa day among prices.
I "
Dr. Oo., i. sailors as "the Lean Admiral, on account
working the surface of the earth I word "volume"originallya thing that
on
Faaaa B.EnREM': TROll.J.O'8RIEII. Our Stock Is of the Finest in Qualiq I
of his extreme thinness has a ,
bears up an atmospheric pressure of 15 I. rolled or wound up-I. e., a roll-is ,

pounds to the inch men in the looks now applied indiscriminately to its sub- daughter who Is one of Japan's very few F. B. EVERETT & CO. Write for Prices and Descriptions. to

bear a pressure of from 15 to 50 pounds titnte, the book of folded sheets. OF CAIIDUI, s Tonic for Wc...ia. blonde bounties.

of compressed air, "according to the The folded sheet or section as it is Delays are dangerous. A dollar spent + .* FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. W. W. HAWKINS & sox

depth. The heaviest pressure ever work. called is bound by simply sewing or for Howl's Sarsuparilla now may prevent GEOROETOWX FLOKIDA.

ed under was borne by five divers on otherwise fastening the parts of the RAILROAD TIES. Illness which will be expensive and hardto Wholesale and Retail Dealers In

the Swedish coast-05 pounds. Four of beet to one another at the back creaseor l>car. Now is the time to take Hood's

these died five minutes after coming out fold and a number of sections are Glasgow has an underground railway Sarsaparilla. INDIAN RIVER HODGES & GODFREY

While an a general thing the direr bound by fastening each of them to In operation and two more under con ,,

stands not nearly that amount of pressure some common support at the back, so struction. 1100<1'. Pills cure all liver ills, relieve FISH, OYSTERS, TURTLE & Manufacturers of

and seldom stays down more than that when all are sewed or otherwise The leading engineers of the day: admit constipation, and assist digestion. 25c.

two hours, the men in the Hudson river ostened' they may yet be free to open that compressed air will be the fa- Swami Vivekanada the Brahmin high GAME : Yellow Pine Lumber

tunnel stood a pressure of from 45 to and to shut at pleasure at the front or tore; motive power of all street car sys- ,

46 X pounds and worked in four hour "fore edge. ems. priest, now visiting In this country, has Hotels and Dealers Supplied. :

shifts. I Home: men staid down 20 hoursat The invention of the folded sheet thus The Jerusalem railway has not escapedthe a family record reaching back twenty I ROUGH DRESSED,

a stretch but did not work all the gave rise to the Invention of modern fate of new enterprises in the field ceturics. He Is about five feet, six, BRANCH HOUSE: West Palm Beach, Fla.Drugs Orange Box He..*..,

time and Superintendent Ilaskins once binding, which in its essence is the of transportation, having recently gone wellhl320 pounds and Is as Jolly as an Fruit A Vegetable train

staid down 24 hours. The sensations union at the back of the folded sheets, Into the hands of a receiver. old time monk. Lumber delivered. at any part of Indian RIM

experienced are peculiar. When a man which together constitute the folded on through: bill of lading. Anyone cnnteroi'lM'
ire building on the East Coast,would do wets
first steps in, there is a tingling in the book or, as I may say despite the latent Penalties For Canine Coachmen. write for pricer. The Sawmill situated<>o*

cars and a pain in the head and when contradiction, the folded volume. When an omnibus or a cab driver runs Utl_'. Cnlqne Tolle..... Patent Medicines, J.,T.&: K. W. Ry.,9 miles south of l'alatlLlSatsumalIlght8

lie talks it is apparently through the Fortnightly Review. over a foot passenger in London streets, Utica enjoys tho doubtful distinction ,Putnam co.,Flax .

nose. This is caused by the pressure, the; possible loss of a lioense exercises a of being probably the only city in the Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles

and the remedy to hold the nose, I STORED AN EMPTY BARRE wholesome restraint The private coachman United States which has a tollgate

close the mouth and blow against the and the driver of the tradesman's within its boundaries or anywhere near .
I Kino Month la a Storage Warehouse and Kept constantly on hand at J. M. SANDERS >K
Mrs. This. relieves the pain and stops Three Cartaces I'ald on It. cart: have far less compunction in teaching it, for that matter. The old days of toll ,

the sensation. When the pressure is all I an old gentleman to get out of their roads and tollgates have passed away

on, the worker feels all right and experiences "I got my furniture" out of storage way by running him down. At the and it is well that they have. The company J. B. Screven'sDRUG Dealer in -
the other said New Yorker
; day a
no dixcouifort. Then there is a worst, they are fined. Not infrequently which maintains the Doerfield gate

sort of exhilaration and a man does "and my wife and I thought we would their fines are paid by a sympathizing boa a legal status that cannot be done STOKK. DRY GOODS NOTIONS
the china and brio-a-brao
unpack ourselves
more work in the lock than he could do employer. But no one pays a poor oabman's away with without the consent of those ,
instead of paying 60 cents an the The Also the latest Newspapers, Periodicals !- ,
last
outside. fines, and the loss of a lioense in who own property. legislature -
hour to tbe storage men to do it Tho etc.
Another peculiar thing about the action addition means the loss of his means ofa passed an enabling act which makesit AND
stuff was packed in five barrels, one of
of the pressure is that a man may I livelihood.In possible for tha parties interested to

have liquor enough aboard when outside which we noticed was lighter than Paris, we believe, the driver of a do away with the tollgate, and it ia Choice Groceries,

to Just make him feel Jolly but the rest. fiacre ia generally allowed by the law to something to which the attention of the W H, GLEASON & CO
"When we began to unpack that one, ,
when he steps into the lock he is aa run over one bourgeois in the course of authorities may properly be dlrected.McElree's .- Hay Corn Mapes' Fertilizers
we concluded that it must contain our' ,
drunk as a loon. The danger lies in a year. In London magistrates are less ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. ,
most fragile articles of vertu, for we
into the lenient Moreover the law makes Wine of Carduland
coming out of the pressure open an
of excelsior and
first came across a layer FINE PATENT FLOUR.
air. It is then that a man is apt to suffer soft paper a foot in thickness. Below unfair and arbitrary distinction between THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT art TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED -
from of the blood and the cabman's case and that of the unlicensed
stagnation this was another layer equally thick for sale by the following merchants ia AND PERFECTED. 1 C7oc Lt. F1.or1da,
of driver. The former is liable to
paralysis, caused by the change at.
and when we had half unpacked the -
mosphere. Besides this a man may be be removed from the box for good and Titusville: O. L. Alexander.
barrel and found nothing but excelsior
attacked in the head or stomach with I all The driver of the cart may continue J. B:Screven. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RE-
and soft paper we knew not what to OXYGEN
severe pains. Three out of five cases think. to urge on his wild career though he SURVEYS OBTAINED. COMPOUND

where the head and stomach are attack. "We were still more flabbergasted on destroys several citizens in the course of Pineapple, Orange antI Lemon Defective Homestead and 1'
ed result fatally. the year.-London Spectator. PreEmptlonEntries
Another from finding no china on removing the pack- Land For Sale, Cheap. Corrected and Perfected. Restores strength, quiets the uenet
severe malady resulting Ing. We of course concluded that our Detected. Claims adjusted before the Depart- and disease.
expels
the change is what is called the benda had boon stolen and I have for sale 80 of ment at 'JtYeredfree
things reproached acres pineappleland Washington. Proof the most convincing, is
The Marquis of Waterford showed ,
once *
This is the air in between the
getting ourselves for our false economy in doing on St. Lucie river, a few miles be- Correspondence solicited. to all who suffer. Call and see *
remarkable detective skill A
flesh and the bone. It is extremely pain. the unpacking ourselves, for it is a rule robber low Eden 40 of which being northeast or write for further Information Boot
ful and so severe that a quart of whisky of tbe storage concern we patronized not who had broken into the marquis's houseat quarter of northeast quarter of section EAU GALLIE FLA. of 200 pages sent free.

administered in half an hour would not to for articles broken or miMIng Cnrraghmore, Ireland, was pursued 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; Home or office treatment *:onsultttioa
intoxicate the patient The stagnation' pay any by him and followed to a publio house the other 40 is the northeast quarterof
unless its do the unpacking."As .
men
four miles off. southeast quarter of section 3, free.Drs.
and paralysis are the worst dangers I
and do the work quickly. Many men we missed nothing when the other There the robber had seated himself township 38, south of range 41 east Have you examined the Walton Rapid Starkey & Palcn,

have been keeled over by these causes, barrels had been unpacked my wife among a number of men who were The above land can be bought for $10 Calking Machine It is in use by Rose I 1320 Arch Street Philadelphia Fs
her brain to the
and not a few die. Old timers at the cudgeled explain mys drinking and smoking and not one of per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, A Oliver, the finest launch builders in'
She remembered that when lime '
tery. finally orange, lemon or growing. Florida also
Merrill-Stevens
them would betray him. The marquis, ; Jackson
business sometimes get caught Mr. we gave up housekeeping, IX years Will be sold in lots of 40 acres, for ville the News Fibre
himself twice attacked. however was master of the situation.He ; Newport Shipbuilding Indian River Palmetto
Rapier was
cash. This land will soon be worth (50
ago, there was a lot of excelsior left over insisted feeling all their Co., as well as many of tbe best boat
The remedy for this paralysis is a quick when the china had been packed. In a upon per acre. builders In the north. Write for testimonials

return to the air lock. The effect of the fit of economy she poked it all in a superfluous hearts, and as he was their landlord and Apply to C. IT. Walton ADVOCATEoffice ,, etc., to J. O. Walton, Titus- -4 *c Mattress Co., **-

pressure varies on animals, as is shown barrel which was duly headedup the great man of the county not one ; or to Bobbins A Graham, Tltus- vllle, }'I.... e
.
by the mules used in the Hudson river and carted to the hotel where we dared to refuse. The man whose heart vllle elf Titusville, Florida-

tunnel Some of these beasts are keptat pent the winter. It was stored In the was still beating quickly was the robber Our Mattresses are made from $-&.

work down below for a year and on without and in who had just ceased running. ------ ticking, filled with clear palmetto Rift
garret being unpacked,
Youth's Companion. and faced with fibre mad fan
worth than superfine
being brought up are more
the spring was sent to the storage ware
when taken down. Others the cabbage palm. This fibre et made,
they were
house. Elk Broken .. II...- THE WALTON RAPID CALKING by Green's patented process. ..hr:
that had only been in the works four MACHINE It
"We accordingly have paid not only makes and elastic
months had to be killed. There is a novelty at the stock yard It tough, curly
for the storage for cine months of an that is attracting tha attention of every will not break up, mat down not get
The do not
general thing
tlbrt
men as a
remain at the business empty barrel but for its cartage on three one. It is a team of elks, standing nearly Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada.in dusty, like moss or excelsior. Thwill
a great many yean main
different ooouloufrom the house to not draw dampness and get
18 hands broken to harness and
high
and a man should never work at the hotel, from the hotel to the storage of the nor mildew this being an adrantai. b
Use Boat Builders
it after be is 40 years of age Cutting a as gentle and obedient as horse They by some Principal in the United States a damp and warm climate-alt. It"
warehouse and from the warehouse to
hoi and tunnel have been brought in from Montana and Th .or
building a through water malning sweet and clean.
where we now Unl"-New! York Bun.
is aa extremely dlfflcv.lt thing and I' are awaiting a purchaser in ODe of the manshlp Is guaranteed flrtKevery !*** kBrraIded

by many was thought to be impossible.Still Little Left. big pens in the yards. The elks have TITUSVILI.E, FLORIDA. respect &II'
;
it was don in the case of the Hudson been domesticated and their owner Q. seams, double-stitched

river tunnel, and th method, as 8. Blayton has driven them about his well tufted top and bottom.

told by Mr. Rapier is very interesting ranch for several years.-Chicago Tribune. Double Mattress,weight 50-lbs Oft at' I f .
A> tyy6 Single Mattress 1. d. to *
Th work on the tunnel bad progresseduntil s racial hires made to Order.

a body of water was struck. How Call on or address, '

to tvunel through this hoi of water Vaadjael Pleas. Art. BEWARE J. R. P. F. MATTBE* "s
Insist of IsnlUtloa Box 142. Titusvs.:: '
It don in
was a puzzling question. was on
Bo far as portraiture goes Vandyke tirade mark
this A so called balloon was con
way. Titian and
occupies, with Velasquea sae. labels.
structed by making a netting of wirerope the first place Bis work bar an air : JACKSONVILLE STEAM DB
and covering this netting with can
and
of elegance and distinction a mundane
va*. Th interior of the balloon was
grace and courtliness naturally befitting
then filled with blue and salt ARf\AHP fl4tVeK SODA
clay hay. his title of "painter to the king. WORKS.
When filled the balloon 80 fee ia "il
The Italians called him pittor oavalieresoo. -
diameter, weighed 140 tons Th hoi ." Without the stamina and I The above establishmen II uDder se'i
of water was then located and with the aNO Nw i We positively gcy-sc
natural robustness of his great master, in management
aid of a huge steam derrick the balloon Rabens his portraits are better in pointof packages our work equal to that of any u_.-rercity

was dropped into the hole. Then several .
Bat
refinement and grao one must

on oowloads to the balloon of dirt and were the dumped whole down thing I I elation know his of master his position.to form-T.a Cole just in ppra-Century. ; Costs oo more than inferior package sodi- Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed. oJ

vas left to settle. never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and b wit.wr Ladies Goods Cleaned or P
At the end of ten days the work of
M//X ackitowUJfeJ purest in tbs vnrU. .
cutting through the balloon was begun. Dying Silks and Cleaning gondmost

This was a very difficult Job. Aa idea "What small mind Mrs. delicate Specialty '
a YenJTAoehul" thane only fey CEDKCa 4 CO. Rev Tort.aUtyirscsnrreTTwksn. texture a
Wlnnlplsog 1 the "beautiful lake
of what hard cutting it was may be for price list
from the fact that it took two of the highland"setts's .,
gained "Naturally. She has given her husband I-
WitU h*Am aa4 Haaaut BM el tataaale asiss..Fll5i MAINHARD BROS."
months to dig through the 10 f..*t The of it" Lift .,
so many pieces wise e* CIDIH tot Wick N.e. ;
No. 13 Newnan St.. Jacksoc













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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 8, 1895. 7



t-. __ zio I=Se Took th. Landlord at HI Went.InhabitauU I'

of that part <.f the Thirteenth I The Tropical Trunk Line.

HOTEL MELBOURNE I I CWONVDO aroti.Hwnient Paris known as

the Avenue de Choiny are In a state of


I MELBOURNE, Indian Rim, FLORIDA.I I exuberant of substitution hilarity owing which happened to a combocase in (Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.


-THIRD OF CANADA AN ISLAND Open} all the year round Good Fish'i that neighborhood. M. Schmitt, a retired -I JOSEPH II. DUUKKE, llocoivur.TIlKHOmiU i
ONE 'nit. limiting and Yachting. Rates, noncommissioned officer of the

Territory North of Churchill and Eaet $150 and upwards African army has a flat on the avenue I &.OUTIIHIVK.R.: ('O :' Jt'HTEU AM) MXK NORTH K'V1NWVN

ne of M.ckentle Him.t I Proprietress. MKS I. M. OARD. I mentioned and be kept a dog In it in i Ul\tH: MKVMHOAT IO j| L\KK: \\UKTI1 sn\MEH: .

been known that the Special l features at toronado Mixl defiance of the stipulation relative" to -- -
( hM long great I! "... Tit --- --o.i.
hcnstrine region of Canada baa scarceIT crate rafen, Mid comfort, no ,
r.J l j ;\n.III. .
1'J J1'rc0ptible water PMtlnB8 between BEULAH COTTAGE lion, good fishing, good cooking. Write the agreement with landlord. The .slut ,. ...., .seSiv:..-, ...J.trhatl\\ILTT._,I fat, l111-pnl 66ipis: !
for 'i t '
.)1 the riTer basins. There U much terms e latter rained emphatic objections to the Call I: r.tl. Ctee a', .: :::: tnangsl'srk. .: .. : lalpwl.: ... .
many Slop t4JI' It Ma: I C05.. .... .. MagnolaCpnn .. II"'to
.Ti< <:1e that at an earlier age many presence of the dog and said that he sill' 14M1' II ;Ma Suss ....(leers'otsstrngs.. . ... a41'1 111.,1 ate'Upm
haunela connected these basins, -- =--= -=== would tolerate any other animal on the 1e ..11' 'MI' Ii :IIII' IS.a.a ... .. ... .1..1..1..... .... ".' 1:11"1'01: l : 4118 .pm llI
water : IONlI' INlI' ..1024. .. .. Nat.,""... . 114:1.01.: .. ., .
ana chat the northern part of the continent palmetto {House{ .!> prriuit except the beast known as the \01" I' Steal tone. .. .. .'burins .. .. .. .... II teat 5 ...l lII
of the Mackenzie titer wasWeceut 1\ friend of man "Pas de Chi ens" was 12Natp hat e7. .. ,)lnntnl tin aasl.1111'si adapt.
cast KDKX, Indian Kl cr, TLA. ...... the landlord's IndM.&ohmltt It :H: ::1:1:: : Ilan: II .. ::, :,'::, Net ,. ::::.. :. II555I,,! .' :I 35s; :.
1 np into numerous islands. In : motto, 1:11':1.: ': mill" .. .. : .. .. .. .. 1'Iere.m .. .. . ... ,"' "' : ., ..
Mr. Tyrell of the Canadian AYTONA took note of the statement about allY UVT 4PI' II Ills.: ... .. .. Is.Imn ."rl"If.. .. .. .. 2w5in 1"IIO.n'I. j
))1 a f'CcnJ paper reaffirms that this Quiet place, among the Pineapple FLORIDA. other animal He accordingly chartereda .Itna. 4241 2mlp 1:1: .. ...... 1I..r.I.. .. IICan ItClaal. I4 pin
icnl .
geol I; survey Fields to spend a few weeks Hunting COMFORTABLE 4Allp: : nH: : 1r I .. .. .le..1..1.. I.r. 6AIam VM I' 'U
eontiiient north ot the Churchill river Fishing and + + and HOME.LIKE. full grown donkey helped the quad : : :: ahlp: 11ual.r: .i Ar.: : : : : : :.1.IoIT. m' xlnpm 1
Bolting I12. 4MI' 11"1' 1:11"1': ... ttrantmllty.innrtlnn. ,. ... oats: a,, sMs.n
Mackenzie f is island Situated roped stairs and let it loom in hi 5pm
the a great the Nest hank up
of on of the
ist tiss: ..
and< RATES:-#2.*.o 444. 'il1 U teat 1' 1mrrlrlw.lnnrtlon: IStaul 5155ut ispm
-a statement that was denied by the week per day; special rites Halifax Klver In a beautiful grove of kltch1I \. 1 :t60a Slop I/M'I'/ I.a'I'r .atsurorl .. .... ....1. 1..1. ,. Sate. o.,.'' iM1m
by
J.1 Fatb:r Pctitot five years ago. The ex ST" Open or month. palmetto tl't't'lli; one mile from the At I All went well during the night but at 5,1a 3Ela Sr5tp Clop snip blip. 1101 IOSp .... ....'n.r.. Iirlandu l'ark. ..,. ., ....., 10Id5w IIMpw. 7..1\1 7St.ngl24/pin: 1its':

of the geological surrey says January 15th, 1895 lantic and within east walking distance tho break of day the donkey awoke all 41'5. 11\411' 1:11'1': 11"1' ... .. .. .. hleebun've..... .... .... It 'apmSan5hi Ulm: 1,1n la

that plorer from the large body of water known JAMES ANDREWS, I I of A the good; churches livery and stable pi:ices 1l Is attiihed of ainuv'to menr the. the people in the house by raying In n: : 54 SMp% I: : ::: :::: Sli 4erpAr.. Sr .:' :. .: Tao'tu.hatniw' .. ..::.. ,.tIII.1" : CII CC'nt) :: : 154155": :
.
.. Wolliston lake emerge two almost l\Ianl\ger. .. ... approved equine stylo. The nnaeectn '/ 'l!, . el.lp, Ar. .. I"n.ta'l'l' Iv atIapllt: . 5atil .m
hO"MA, from ...1.1.... .. .n.'. stn lnM :: : ::: : : _.:: ..: :.. _... ._
r )streams the one flowing to Lake g.n v.un tomed sound at the early hour proceeding .7.. IlMI': .. ....aTt.i ..Jnrksnrtllle, --.. .. Ar .... .... 'Iiill'.m- l
egnal teams at a moml'nt' notice .. ... .1:1.1.: l'If"' I.. ... .. I'al'Uks' .. . 1:1.: ... hi / i
it did from the center of the "" .1"I.m
Athnba ca and thence by the Slave and Hates:-*.'. O to >f:1'r J: day; H2to11 ni .. .. ... asp" .... '' ., .. hated hen .. .. ". ".. IIis'5m 3.1.1\1
Mackenzie rivers to the Arctic ocean, HOTEL:, CARLETON per week. M, HOAU house, caused a panic among some of .. .. ( lap ... .. 11:111.1 .. .. ... .11.'h.. ."'.. .. ..... .. .rl" ... .. / "' 2a.pm a
the tilimits, who rushed out of their .. .. 431\1' : .... .... 1t.l'h..lle... ... .. .. .... ... assl" 111I1' III
other to Reindeer lake and .
d and thence the by the Reindeer and Churchill Jacksonville Florida. rooms and sought shelter in the porter'sledge. : : :: :: : .. :::.."Al: i" ." CI.I..III..I IAr.Le':::. :::. ::. VA'5uti:,I :5.5I'U: : ::: ) i iIda'

t ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. The landlord summoned .. .. asp .. ':I>> )11,'."" .I.C415nr
was to IMpm
riven to Hudson bay, the island thus .. amI 12 ; ... ... .tlr."II..I..e ;", .
formed comprising about one-third of the pot, and the donkey having! IXM'n .... Snap .... I : 'I'I'U.... .. ,eels .. .... .. I--------------\.1.- .., lit I, I 111II1'11I's' 1' .n
Opposite Potofllco.. discovered M. Schmitt was directed to .. .. .. 7:111' .. .. .. .. '" ...n'III.II..rk. .. Islamllt7sm
the I auadlan domain. And directly COLUMBIA HOTEL . .. Tell ... 3t5I: AC.. .. ........ .laa'ehnrg.. .. .. .. . tll" in
is another large island between appear before the local police oommls '' '' Ar. I't'uInrtar.. .
Shcam

lontheast Lake Winnipeg and Hudson bay x Under New Management x lacy creating who n nuisance formally in charged his house.him with The :: : : 1'IMp;: :._ :.. C.ts am9'L.!;::::::::Jsck'vllle. nr.nI,, Itl.:<::.:.. .$::i. .i .". .. :: .Sonpm: m

of bifurcation in the little Centrally Located St.
result a on George ..
the lake, which has an outlet to old soldier nrguud his case energetically .. .. :::: U'I. .... a2q'I.v.IAy.l.e.::: I: ::: ..:::. .. .:,::r.L:1:: :::: ::: 1 Vinpm.Iln5in::: I.IaII IAnpm: I: : '

Sandy Thoroughly renovated new plumbing Street. and.iualntaiued that the landlord had .. .. .. iTml .... .. IN4epl.v., ...... . Itartnw. .. ... .. in .... .11I. ...
Hudson bay through the Severn river new furniture new decoration, gnu .. .. .. 5IOa F'nrt )".,.1... "rl.'I' ... .... .. .. .. CSat sis. ,
Lake Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park empowered him to substitute the donkeyfor ... Plea 1/11"1' .Ik'elingtirlr'n ) 1
and another to Winnipeg through electric light, steam licit elevator, oval the dog He was told to reserve his .. .. IIMa :::: .., ::: .::. .::: .. .. .. .. :::,:::::: ::: Clnsis mass .
lake. There are not a few other and a full view of the Ocean and .. .. ... ...
.
Family annunciator hot and cold elegantly 4nip .11I'.IAr.' . .Punta lI..r.I". .. .1.. il/'a5". _. .. .. ... $ Ctesm;
5d instances in Canada of this curious un baths rolling\ breakers from the piazzas defense for the magistrate who was to :-:-:-- '1:11\411': i04' .... fats-.ls.;. :.ka.mvllie --- Ar ---.- .Iola- ;' Sn'pur'

between water systems and the furnished parlor orchestra try the affair.-London Telegraph. .. .. .. S4Mp ( ion p ... I...... tnlrrprlss: Junellr'n .'. spans
Ion . a12p 2a'iI' : . .. lI 21'pae
tame phenomena are often observed Strictly first-class every respect .... aaa ,I: a40I' : : .::.:. :: .tntrrprlee..iaoren .: :. : .. .I":: :: : Swam alas ts2pm:: :
llenalne. .. .... 11:11': .. .. ... ,
the lakes of Minnesota and to a WMr 3Nli I.. 1..11'''''"" 1M. : UIIII'.11
lesser among extent in Maine. KATES:-*2.50 to $400 per day. TEAHEN, Proprietor The fact is well known that petroleum ._7 22 1' _. ; : ...,,. .TIlist : .. ... ._ Lv: .. SCeaaoat IIHIII" .

7001' M".r.----.Y .. .. ... 1I.h' ..
Special by the week and to btuzine is used in the "
1.to Geographers use the word bifurcationin Commercial spirit or largely -_ 7l111': Tavern I.r. .. IC4lsud' .
Men. I silk and wool industries and In chem. 'r'
a special sense to indicate this natural Gas, Electric Bells und perfect
connection by water of two independ CRAPO & LeVENE, system teal dunning works as a solvent for Lv Jacksonville, (Indian. rxptl041a: ) 1.v. H..yall."ln ll\nRI.nhn1tea'h.IO( ) Of) a

ent river basins. The most famous of of Sanitary Sewerage. greasy impurities. It is extremely Tola I.v. Sanford . 1 flit 1111.v.| Itotdlnke Umt1iUIg( .) 10 i1! a

bifurcations in own land is Proprietors.H'ORMOND.BY.THESEA. tile and inflammable and has often been Ar Tlttuvillc (wharf) 4)0() I'| Iv Hotel IJUIera (Uhlira: ) 10 41 a
these our suspected of being the cause of those Iv TituH>'lll (dully: ex Monday) 411 I" Due Juno\la Lakeoitli.Mr.) U Vt a

that which brings into communicationthe Green Cove Springs Florida. fires which occasionallybreak Due Hotel Indian 1C, It"<'kl 'dgt', 7 001. TV Juno (via J. ,It L Vt. 1 II>'.) 11 '.O..a

two oceans that bound our country HOTEL mysterious Due Jupiter| (followIng day: ). . 12 :101)Lv Ar Jupiter (dally; ) 12 r p
x in works and factories whereit
x
COQUINA x out
1 east and west A diagonal line passing Ju.lterilaiM| ( 12 41 j II I.". Injiltet (dally: ex Satnidn' ) KKln
through Yellowstone park divides the is much used. One who has studied Ar Jupiter| (via J. I. U. Hi) 120nLv Ar lIotf'llnIIRI\., (CHll'kl"'It700!/ ) a

land that i is drained to the Atlantic from this phenomenon declares that the Ignition Juno (via Lake UnrthMr.) 130p: Lv, lintel Indian K., (lio.kle.lif.) tlMKl( a

that whose waters flow to the Pacific. sTl CLAIR of this spirit i is spontaneous and U Due Hotel Riviera (Kivleis). JflDt I' DueTltii vlllo (dally u. Monthly) II I 41 a

This line crosses Two Ocean pass, and 4. HOTEL.FINEST caused by electrical excitation-that is, )Due lIotell.akeWolthll..W.I.Il( ) 23.\1' I.v. TltiiHvlllc (.wlinif, ) \2 :'Op

here in a grassy valley, when rain is in certain states of the atmosphere -par Due Royal Tolnrlana (I'alm 11)) 3 0V p Ar Jackion\llUliiillanllverri( : ) OOOpI

FLORIDA. ticularly when it is cold and dry, the .
abundant swells a little lake known as -----
spirit becomes excited and exhibits e tally. t deity e&cr|'t Run.Iny. $ Hall) ..('fIIt| Monday.
Two Ocean pond, whose waters flow In LOCATION AT THE SPRINGS Additl.asslTndlanslivrrservlb'. .
.tamrrspp.'Istedtolesv.Tlta.vllle7055.is.\ : M >iiiUtVi
one direction to Yellowstone lake, the parks and flashes of light to the accompaniment \ liiAl"\. and t'rltl.v. fur K.H'.klmlicc. MellnMirii and way 1..IIIIIl" Hiturnlntf. !..... Jll'e -

Missouri and the gulf of Mexico, and lathe OPEN DEC. 1st of crackling sounds, and I.UraratTn: m. in. tum.Uyi. Tluin.Uyi and K tiirilny' ;ilii. Tltu.vllle a p. m.
of the take 11 LI MAN Its the ignition spirit may placeat >- parlor run between UikMnvllln, Tampa
other to the Snake river and the Pa- unobstructed and Punta (Inrdsl l ; 4'halr' ear. I'alstks l f> linn knvllln, Train No 71 (In.llHh River Eaprew) l'arlat
aty cifla In Hajden's reports other lakes in Having view of any moment Kissling in Germany llnirvt ran. JM-k .nvlll: t,i Tltii.;lll Train N.I, IA. Ilnffrt.lr.ling l rate tees. York to I' :rt Tamp| ,, I
recommends that a small quantity of Train N< IA. lluirrt alre! )dig car Inrlnmitl and JM kiuint Illn I til Tampa, Train No. TN, llrlor I Ituf
the Rocky mountains are mentioned.. SURF BATHING AND DRIYING Are kind of soluble in let ran between limas (lor,U. Tit"' |'.. stud .,....k.....vlll.1 lisle H.ifTet ('irm Tl'niivlllc tat. J.i''kimnvlllit -
lending their waters in different directions some soap, petroleum (hHlrrar llr ,>''k. iaUtka. Train No' W: MulTet .l..r|.Ing can Ion Tampa to N.w ;
la through two outlets. Specialties at Ormond; the St. Johns River. be dissolved in it, and maintainsthat York and T..ml' to Inrliiiiatl.

this will prevent the electrical ex w, ii e'rHfi\. w n, IIKMUM, R' n. TABCK, '
These illustrations show that bifurcations else Hiit.| J:. T AK. W. II'jr. Hii|.t. Klorl U Homlinrn II.R. flrn Kupt In.l I. KlvurHilt. Co. ,
are found in lowlands and in high jy: For Circulars, address citation even when so little as.03 to .03 O. It AtKKKLY.; llfuwrml r"....>nt| .r Agent, Jsck.lmvllla. Yla..
the of in that ..
is added use soap spirit -- -- ----- --- ------ -- -- ----- -
X mountain regions. There are some remarkable *
instances among the moun- SBISER & YIHIHG Managers Thoroughly Renovated. Hot and cold II in a state of excitation always avert.
ing the danger of Ignition. It is mentioned Jacksonville 4
taini of Norway. These lakes, high
up Sulphur Baths In the hotel. ,
that this form of activity In petroleum
ORMOND BY THE SEA
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among the mountains, send their wa- -
spirit is never observed in moistor i :
ten down the slopes in different directions MARTYN & EDGERTON. St.
warm weather, the conditions of Augustine
) and one of them the swamp region .
which carry off or prevent the man!
of Lake Kol gives birth to eight
rivers of which different .. THE IDYLWILD festations of electricity The soap prob. & Indian
terra some join s, AT PARTING. ably provides the necessary moisture, River

water being otherwise nonmlxable with
South America has one of the most Forgive me dearest If I look
Too long a* a book petroleum spirit.How '
famous of bifurcations in the Cassiqni- upon you Railway.
That 1 would learn, and ao ---
Melbourne Florida.Open
are river, which unites by a broad channel Mont train ta reading. bat Cr.7
my eye i Time Table In Kffr': Xrb. 11th, IM95. i
the Orinoco and the Amazon systems To reel the jealoua ltd will abut
--------
Tbis waterway and the fact that Before the ..ell know. All Rail Line to Lake Worth via St Augustine, Ormond and
15 181)5.
January Thondtntormi Soar Milk.
,
In one region there is scarcely any signof Forf IT. me, dearest., If I touch Rockledge. -

1. water parting between the Amazon A select family house; Beautifully Three braided treewi. overmuch. From data deduced In various experiments ---- ----
and La Plata render it Thla little curl I pew conducted by Professor IL W.
systems possible located on a Bluff overlooking Indian South Bound. North Bound.No.23 .
With of when far apart
thought days
to travel in a canoe along inland routes River Bright; fires, best of beds, large No tender wile of lovor art Conn who has been trying to establish :\o, 1'0... ''u. u,
ill the way from the month of the Orinoco rooms handsomely furnished throughout Can make the distance leea.Forgive some identity between thunderstorm 51 l. l'ouM 3'i !l\o.M Na35l! T4I 1..

to that of the La Plata save around offering every home comfort. and the well known phenomenon of milk I.'IW''OI"llle.' f2lle tatasa19Mp i / IAp .vWI.us. I"'cbl ". -- 'iiil. Tiii' ii
I few me, dearest If too nearI souring the conclusions drawn point to Ar $1. AIlIf"lttln. 5 311I&1111II. 2 00 I' 11111' I.. Illrlera.. .. .... 'If. m

about waterfalls three miles.and-a portage New York overlandof Sun. yy Cuisine a Specialty. bend listen your DOW slightest yon tee word, to bear the fact that the atmonpherio conditions t: Il4'.;..Auguetln..ngu .. 1 Net. \II : I: t: :r.IuJ; l'IounLer.;! : ::: : : : : : :::: 3& 35a T 5e.M : ea m

e, RATES12 day. Less week. For word that yon may try to speak prevailing at such times are not such a* L.u& 1..1.k..- I'lJ..IlMj': ...Ahrl... ..... ,..... . /1J a to
per per -- .
Water Ponder Trmnnulwloa. Borne Your tender voice for moment when too weak to cause structural transformation in the LvIllatk.Ari'alatka.Y4'\ : : :: : : It fI .= .. I.vJen: :.ct ::::::::: : : : : :..I.:::: In.. 5Mam
reaching
td'S me. lacteal fluid. Neither is the electricity -- ...I'.I..n.'.: .. .. .... .. .. 1IrI.. i
.
A writer in The Electrical Review Arms .0 4IJa 110 1 .
hr
' fires some noted instances of long disMM which pervades the atmosphere at such 4v. San M = : :. II. 4I1, s __ I.esi: .rl\Ito-ce. .. : :: :: : :: : : :::'I 110. s2Y S76 : w iu

times capable of souring milk or even ... ... M.Ilemas. .. I aT
: water power transmission, included JNO, P. McCALL.INRIANe :: = : :: IS awe :: r. :: : : t: N.ruo, :: : :: ; : .::::: p 111':1: : t.Lt w

..It among these being three Of tur materially hastening the process. Some 1..Or"'OI"IJuno. 24"1' .. .. .. 1.. ...1111.11I. .... .. .. .. .. 14.' ..
pairs have suggested that ozone is one of the I.Irsyt.ns..124'S4.p . .. 1..111..111.. ..... ...... .... 2:1: Dine water wheels at the falls of Juan. RIVER :SO'I'EL.TITUSVILLE of the from sweetto 1..I'ur&CI."IC.. .. .. sat" at .. .. I..MM' .... .... .... .. .. .... .. "' .

at aratlan, Mexico each of which is rated prime sour causes milk in a very change short time, but 11:: lkrk Nrw Calms, ::. H ': 5I'a4r \: I.LrT/tuer:, Catty I I'oln(. : :::: :::::: .. .: : '3OTI': 14 1i 411 I. I: tr te

GOO horsepower, or approximately has that U I.vTlt lull... ... 11&1.. 4J11' 1v''kllll... .... ...... .. .... 54'y I yl I'I. t.
w aggregate of 1,800 for the three = : t Profesxor Conn proved ozone .. ( Icy 1..lu.. .. .. .. 41101' I.. Rsew IIIII'rn... ...... ...... 4 at I' I 'a
pain. i. -t no more responsible for the change than I.. {'..",.. .. .. .. .. 4 &11' LvUraus. ...... .... 211' .u

OM. the TWo other pairs pair only being are held In as constant a re- are the electrio conditions which prevailat I:: Ibs: kled.:F..:: : : ::lllt ::. 5 510l 415 Ielwytaa.ArItrmind. :,..:::: .::::: .. :::. 4sop 122 p tat 2Atpt.I: a.

erre 6 ?Y-- .- Indian Ilivor.If such times. To bacteria, the micro1001'10 LvSsrno 14M p .. .. .. I.. IlIn..n" .. 4:11t: pi 5211 p s
power and for use in case of aoci- = of which I.. Mell"H"n.. ... lxap I Wp .. .. .. L. C nll" JUliO.. . 44rp 2eapisInNlLucl. :
dent In the motive plant Now k Fla.'Jf atoms vegetable growth . 7311 p .. ., .. .. ArEastI'slstks. .,. .... .. .. 5Nl p, 4'6 'ra
the distance power are now supposed to cause almost everything it Yuri l'l..rc .. a Ins 7311 I' I .... . Ar..n Tttsu. .... :::::. .. 1.1--:7': ::
which the is
wuwmmed is over power L the professor attributed the souring t: Eden.I .;".: :: : : .. :: 5 S2IpMl. I: :::: :. :: irNanMae. .. . ffi_ '.tai.

being nearly 18 miles, the plant __ Jvo p. Mtc LL. of the milk. Milk is a favorite 1..lIt".r& ... .. .. .I I lY p .. .. .. 'IaI.. ,. .. .. ....... .' P,,,4311101.1.wAII. 7
1.w situated over 17 miles from Guadalajara r' of the bacteria They ........ .... .... ... .. .. I.e. i'slstka.. .. ... = p I'-II&
one of the largest cities l in MAJUOItR.Olen breeding ground I.t Ilnb. ".."nd. .. .. ..I 15rl p .... .. i.wll."n"- ... ..... .. . : p w
Mexico grow best and multiply most rapidly I.. W. Jul'l..r.... 'III p I' .. .... .. .. Ae NL AugueliM ......, .30 I'I.-M p wI.
to which point the iBuried ., .42411 .
s power v during the warm sultry period which Wir'Ii! 0aep I. St. Augu.tlne. tans SMs psatAr
:: :
dr and the electric lighting of the ,, A All The Year. electrical storms. ;, .;ch: Soup;" 541 p Atdackrarlll.. .: 5 tla IOAusd. .Oat l. t.
a li immediately precedes
dh
cbIt turbine accomplished by it The 20 inch If These microsooplo forms of plant life ANT ('OANT ANt WENT ('O.\lT. ANT CsASTANU WEST: OANT: ,
In this case are placed under a I
Itet E5s4 of 60 feet and Only few minutes' not only grow and increase in numbers ... 5t. AalJa.tlne. Ormo.d said Or."IJ. VI.. Tlt..II' and t..terprl.: Juno ,
etre are of very perfectwnstmction
with but each exudes
walk from stations alarming rapidity, ClIy Juertlnn. tine.
Hallway
the
..tlis ng wade ,of wheel or runner proper n and feteamboat land minute drops of acid which I. so sour -l\Clim-- NORTH 1-i trSTATIONS.
bronze. the shafts of the
w t hammered ings. that none of the commercial acids can I- No- Nu 14 STATIOSS. I Noal"0. /
other scrap wrought iron and to 't be compared with it This acid sour :\ So.23 \014 No
111'
the banks
On of
tra parts thq
requiring strength being of 'far famed Indian Klver the milk.-8t Louis Republic.A -- I fWla .; 'JlWk..DYIII. "r Ti ...:::. -'Ilia r w tan'h

?J":| th The transmission of the power 1M.sea :: 1I&k I'" : /5'l SIAp.:. ... I.= Yuri Mell..urne Pkrc. Arl.,1: '>JR"etI t1
I
*int turbine is made to an Interme- 1'I.I.1.iVV .AGEJKENT. Friend .f Ita..... .1O5ea" Irn.mlS'1 .. II Ills I a '
"C"NDEX1. ::
0I tt ':4. haft :: : ::: : :
._ From that the power is ---- ---- -- Is 4' IMyt.ans 4 cll. II vita bagels
----- -- The death of the Vloomtesse Leplo
"*ell 'x the this ------ 11111& N.w IIOI.na 4111t. . 'Seq. Ar TI&II..III. Lt,
generators, and is ao- removes another of that brilliant cohortof .. 11 //ItIa" r..... 11.len I bap I2 /Ail. III"/ L. Tl&lInllle A'I a /tlj'
I( COInpllJihed by the modern hemp rope the 1:1111&: Ar, 0..."". L. 5421 .. .. 421.I2ry: 111I1..r En"rl..I..Jlln. 1'.1 :I I
Blundered.It Outator '. beautiful who constituted
J
women f
U Proved transmission. Wnere Cupid ) . 1:11.: .. 1.. CltJllndl". lor tMp 5Ms 5supAr Xudord I
the The ropes are of Is whispered that a thoroughly Parisian "I can't say, remarked the sword circle of which Empress Eugenie was Ar -"f..r" I.. I atop/ 4 09. I al L. Sanford. Arl I
continuous style, pawing from a Islip'' Wlnterlark 1:1: till' .. 5ap 552. WI".r ...k :
Ifooy, III divorce which has been for some swallower as he dispatched a Damascus the star Mme. Lepiowasone of the ladies Hr,10, 1251 .. Isp IIIp 'irlssdo :

'J- h0/ from4hatygroov power time In question, is imminent The blade, "that I especially like the tasteof in waiting of the empress and renowned Klularm.e 1:111I": el"11": / kIMlwm.
IT .. .. .. ..
Iff to Tampa "I 1.41.., p4.p T"WI" 1:14.1'1
tI1 tent parties are the granddaughter of a great foreign' foods""Their for her wit and her beauty ,i 11'1' T....... h.y hotel S Sup . . .. 555p T.lnl_ hay Iwtt.t
trolley:, groove oa the water wheel poet, deceased and a literary man son dishes," rejoined the glass Isms Ltpio retained her good look I : :: Wort Tamps : I : ..i MP Curt Tsmps :
thence to .. : : .: .
another on the IUeta tionte .159... 1'trnte4Sr05
mpg tine. thus groove of a famous author. The young wife, it later, who was partaking of a Venetian and physical charms almost until the u 11& iltereburg r I .. .. .. ..I.( .. St 1'"lIrr Iwsi I
bua 111111 10 returning back and Is stated has returned with her baby to soap tureen "are, at a rule, far from last Her husband General Lepio, wIn LI 9
grooves an filled on the is that, incompatibility chief military command of the palace .
mother. A curious thing pleasing I
"wJii l shaft her All train dally between Jatkannvllle and Bt AaKUitlne, .
froaJ the The power is taken of temper being the sole The human salamander tossed off three and previous to that had been colonel Train eoutaer fll AaKU llne as dally.SelN : I I
Ii > pair of water wheel two known of the Cent gardes the bodyguard Tralna *1T, M and Tl make BO between Ji-k t'le.nd .
with
Is red superb ,
it yet
are
no of a
the imported
tope pulleys on cause of the rupture, fingers gasoline Train tt luaaee local .ton* between Jaikaoavllle: and Bl. ..IIJWltI..lollr..llib ot SI Auguttlue
eat &dt of th ODe placed each whether a divorce can be obtained.- chaser, but said Do&hinl--Detrolt of the emperor, the shortest man tope only al etatSse npp.aelIs whltk tlua.I. ahowBTrala .
pair of wheeIa. the same arL1eme0s of which was over feet in height The IB, *l and Tl carry Suites farlor tan.misses JarkaonvlUe.... west Palm IW... .
if of course being observed la Paris Herald. TribuneThe __________ Train 36 eamee illaiaa Buffet aiecplnc ear *a route from New York ta M AuciullneTrain .
loth of general was a man of herculean strength *7 la eumpoaed eselnalvel/ fullKiaa ears, etoeptlng on MoBdajra, WWB. train Isequipped
Bother pal Of wheels Sheepskin cloak mentioned by great Christian feasta of ChristDM and while riding by the empress' carriage wltk regular oiw.be*'
The old trials M earrtae illnaa I IXalnf aad Sleeping. can *n route ...AnguatlM to New York via F.
Paul probably cost him about $1, as Easter, Ascension and WhiUun when she was driving in state CAP.and Huutnen Railway .

N.. at that time. tide are said to have been ordered to be through Lyons be caught bold of the TrsllalWampesi.sclu.ivdycCPulma.Slepingsad. Walnf can. Bl Au.u tlne U New
s Be ...... the common price .
S aa. toil was whole church all la e>|uli. ..ed with..... euacbee
k'1 Observed by the over collar of a tramp who had jumped upon Rugs Heath Jackaouvllle
dOQ' belles stories Teals Tl earrlee r rhHr eare Wet False to also IXttuian Blevplntcan
1015itt People who these Helena, Moo., was named for a female I the world as early M the close of the the steps of the carriage either to present ea route Ht. CJ'Wr.W..t Coait Line.TralB i
kill themselves for T4 seMis beach to Bt Auruatlne..
4e I'm sore I sfcould relative of a miner named John first oentury. a petition or attempt to assassinate, raaenrer OB train n and Tl have Tweeilr Ml..tee for Iilniier al Omtoad JeacUue.
Yla never do thatToTL Bommerrllla. and lifting him into the air bailed Un Fs..dates. OB M..... T4 have ten Blnulei for lunck at Unpoad Junta I l
< *-I diffwent with you. Some of the little bronze Images of TI'S Tlwe-Tabl akowa the UBU at wkkk traina Biay be esperied to arrive and depart from
017 love over the beads of those standing front In* *e< era! .tal....... but their arrival or departure al the tlBwe stated la sot suaraaMrd. not due
1: 7onwelt-Jf.w York Wash potatoes with a cloth. II lie Chine deities are supposed to have an Into the crowd behind.-Boston Transcript the to .pe ajr hold Itself reepoulble for say delay.. or any eurmiuece* artalnf tbereforBii j

and of the bands antiquity of %000 jean before Christ B. .' AnKOTT.. JosEPh: RirtiAKPSOHi.
aver of time I i*>''-* ..'. (..'I faeeeier ........



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COt NTV (COMMISSIOXKltS and very little to pay It with-with the of all in PowerLatest U S Gov't
of two ahead. Highest Leavening Report
prospect }rar* struggle CQ
:MONTHLY l\lI;JTIXJ. Tht U what the "disguised blessing THE ROBBINSHMHAH\

ha* done for us. Indeed, I am more In
Till 11!.card of County Commissioner favor of waiting until our Income start Baking
,nv<.ned tlila, the 4th clay of Marc) again. It I. the last straw that break,
Paid Capital $25,000.00.
with the following member present: the camel' back; bat, If the other property RoYal Up
W II Sharp I chairman; J. Mendel, C. ownors'n this district are In favor
J Hector find K. I). Ilokc. of it, I shall not be contrary. LAW, LOANS, HEAL ESTATE.
The minute of the last meeting were Now, could It not be arranged so that PowderABSOLUTELY
ic id and confirmed. the money could be spent at home
The bond of O. Quarlerman for notary; among our own people If home people We have for sale a large list of carefully
could build the road and receive the
public hating been examined and found PURE
correct was accepted and approved b1 ware for tame then I believe the road selected Indian River Properties.
the Board. building would be a great benefit to our --- -- --- ----- -- ____ --c;---
Sale Lands the Florida
Agents for of of Coast
but If the road I II let out to lire
The bond of C. II. Fitch for.notary county; contractors would have more If there was accommodation A Shlp'rcckellaH"clIger..
public having been examined and fount who will fill our county with here for them. The writer understand Canal and Transportation Co.
correct, was accepted and approved b1 hungry Italian, then I think the road Mrs. Green Intend using her CANAL L.AN'DS.Florida
the Board. would be an Injury to n*. house to accommodate visitors Mr. Wm. McCabe,one of our Toronto .
a*
It I III ordered that ft warrant for $37 be The enabling act ought to specify that a* everything get In shape. noon (Canada) subscribers, gave the ADVOCATE Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa: Key West Railway < copal
Issued In favor of It. F. Hall, agent for the road must be built entirely of home a pleasant cal on Saturday. lie Lands Dlsston Company' Indian River Loan and Investment < '
the re-newal of Insurance policy on the labor; and, If let at all, must be let to We have grove here which have never had been on A trip from New York to and other Low Priced Land
Court house, for 1,500, In the Frovl. taxpayer. of this county. This would shed their green leave this winter, and Nassau, Bahamas, and was on bard the lWonoy: to Loan -flLlx7-oys on XXnnc1
dence Washington Insurance Co. keep the money at home, which I II much Are now full of bloom. A cutting has steamer Clenfugas that ran ashore and '
At Ten cent in to tuft.
It appearing to the atlsfactlon of the needed at the present time. Now, 1 I been forwarded to the ADVOCATE: by the became a total wreck. Mr. McCabe had per suns
Hoard that warrant 401 on the general fully believe that unless such a proviso writer, which Is covered with green quite an unpleasant time of It. Both Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
fund, Issued to F. T. Budge for the Burn a* this I* made in the enabling act, the leaves and blossom. Some of our tree hrkiself and a number of passenger on Titusville. Florida.
of $12, I III lost It I II ordered that a new tax payer will vote against the road, all : have been only slightly hurt on the top, board, are anxiously awaiting the time
warrant for 112, In favor of F. T. Budge their present burden I* all that they can where they were exposed:: to the cold, in when Mr. Flagler would make connection
be Issued In lieu of warrant 401 lost, and bear. the late freeze. with bill East Coast Line and Nassau.
that the itub of warrant 401 be cancelled Your truly, Mr. McCabe says there Is hardly any Fred -S. Chaffee & Co4 :
accordingly, and the treasurer be Intructed UENJ. llooo. Fort Pierce doubt that, as soon as Mr. Flagler put :,
If said warrant 401 be presented a steamer on the short run from New River .,
for payment, not to pay the same. Church Dedication or Santa Lucia Inlet to Nassau, the
Permits were Issued to the following Mr. J. Watklns left for Palm Beach travel along the East Coast Lino will be
persons for carrying repeating rifle: Tuesday. nearly double what It now U. THE CORNER DRUG STORE
Winchester, E. A. Cooler, E. Kuschel; The Baptist house of worship at Indl- )Jr. Parrot and party went down Tues ,
Martin, F. It. C'hafTee. anola will de dedicated on the 3rd Lord'.
day night.
The bond of W. II Hall, for notary Day In this month, at three o'clock p. m. The New Itockledge Hotel.
public, having been examined and found The dedication sermon will be preachedby )McCarty wa a pleasant visitor In TITUSVILLE FLORIDAWe
correct, was accepted and approved bj the Kev. W. N. Chaudoln, L>.B. All town Tuesday. No matter how many winter resorts

the Hoard. are cordially Invited. If nothing further happens, our farmers spring up along the East Coast, Rock-
It wa ordered that a permit be grant. around here will soon be shipping ledge will always find that she still has try to keep a full stock of
ed to M. T. Jones to plant oyster on hi* Archdeacon Brown and Wife vegetable many friends among the thousands who Pure, Fresh Drugs of Best Quality.
riparian right/: on lots a and 4, section visit Indian River every winter. Three
II. township 21 range_ 33: containing _180 Return Thanks. We are enjoying lively. weather. at crnrul luitela are ftlwavii- onen rinrlnf the Purity, Freshness and Quality in Drugs Is a very important matter.
-
acre H I present, and vie-were not sorry the pre season=ready to lcome-tb lrUi many
On petition being presented by Julius' Archdeacon and Mr. B. F. Brown de- dieted cold wave failed to arrive here. patrons; and the Xew Rockledge hotel is A good line of Toilet Articles, Stationery, Cigars, Etc, Etc

Tyler, II K Mminonxand other, for a lire to return sincere thank to the Quite number of tourist are comfortably -I by no means behind hand in the patronage
road to be established, running from ladies and friends who visited the domiciled at the Fort Pierce It receives. Large numbers of Con We run our Business In "Op-to-Date" Methods, -

Fort Tierce to Five Mile creek, through rectory on Wednesday last leaving hotel. Fishing teems to bo the best necticut people-as well as patrons from J3T- Special attention to mail order. We will try and fill your wants in mall
sections It, 10, 17 and 18, the Board ap substantial tokens of friendship and pastime all other states of the union-have stopped lust as well as if you called In person. All orders for good in stock shipped.
pointed Cha. M. Nelson, A. C. Ulttroar ntcrest. at this comfortable hotel this winter; day they are received. We want trade. on
and B. Carlton to view and lay out, In Mr. John Hetherlngton and Mr. Cha and a cursory glance around the premises your
the most practicable manner, and report Nelson have a fine garden of beans and on Monday, showed that Messrs. Trear-
fin the same to the Board at their next Roll of Honor. tomatoes, which are radldly maturing way &: Punderson were still doing a good
meeting the flint Monday In Anril. this fine weatheer.Mr. I business. Give the New Rockledge a J. S. Smith. Jr. & Co.

There appealing no ofljectlo'Qto the The February roll of honor for those Jordan preached here last Sunday call when you stop oft at 1ocxleage.r ; n__' _,. __,.
establishment
of
a public road from ---- --------
attending Titusvllle public school U as to a large congregation. lie wa accom- -
Minis westward to S. Ellis' house, the follows: Gratia Dakin, Frankie Gruber, >led'by two other ministers, and they DEALERS INBRICK-
road
viewed and
layud out by the view. lode Cruber. Winnie held series of services
bhultz, Mamie a here bleb were
era ashy their report, submitted to the Flood\ I I 1
Ray, Willie Fannie Hay, Alfred well attended.
Board U at the meeting In February, the I ad Icy, Robert Vanlandingham, Bayard ... ..... .',! 4< ...e I
declined r
name hereby a public road.It -" .t' -"
Kennedy, \Edith Branning, Florence
ordered that the office -Walton's Michlrw
was of janitor Rapid Calking ,
'anlandingham, Daisy Brady Isaac
for the court house be abolished, and Llpdxey. Basil Usban Dick 5.00, $10.00, and $13.00 each. In use ,
that the care of keeping the court house Kay. by many of the principal boat-builders l
In proper order be under the supervision In the North. bee pamphlet and tentl- JACKSONVILLE FLA Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Etc., Etc
of the sheriff, at the rate of $.i per Dance at Canaveral.One monlals *
month.It I I AGENTS FOB :- I Will always give very lowest price
I --------------- -- ROME BRICK CO. Rome Ga. and prompt shipments.
appealing to the satisfaction of the ,
Board that all objection to the of our Canaveral correspondents COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta, Ga., I Give us your orders and we guar
construction
of a neighborhood road fromCocos says: "A very pleasant and well at. From and After March 1 1st = =-= --- THE CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO. antee satisfaction.
tended dance was given by the resident
to M. F. Uixon's land having been OFFICE : WAREHOUSE

withdrawn be made, It and wa the ordered same that wa the constituted order of number Canaveral of the, last and scholar,Friday judging of night the from at school the thechoolhouse I Offer my entire Stock of Goods at 10 and 15 138 East Telephone Bay 884.Street. McConlhe Telephone gtW.Block.:

a neighborhood road
according to

to law The be, and tiled.the paper In the case ordered' two believe-In who of were our worthy present spite of neighbor the we fact are that are forced one doing or to per cent off the present low cash prices ---JACKSONVILLE--- ------------ FLORIDA.Groceries -

report of the county Judge, for
their
utmost to break our little dance
licenses Issued during the month of up, on the ground that It takes the FOE:: CASK.C3T :: E L. :BRAD': :: :: ',
February, hating been examined and attention of the scholar from their -
found correct wan accepted and approved .;udie*-that inch I* not the case, as allof Will make th'.s discount from the closest prices made by any one. It IIInot Grain
by the lioard. our scholar are progressing nicely In now a question of profit or losses, but am Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
The report of C. L. Ho well, Conkllng, their studies and take great pain with ,
ln.ll1. C. !Stark, appointed at the meetIng I them, beside showing a decided desire Determined to convert my Immense Stock into Cash I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
of the Board In February, from lot to I.rogrelilin them. .
1, :a and 2 and 3, of llobson's survey, "We desire to express our thank to i realize I have too much stock for the hard times, and will make Attractivelard Staple Ac I micy Grrocoricw, Fruit
thence south along 1C. A. Conkllng' line Irs. K. M. Bcnham and Mis G. Wilson, ( TImerl'cs.. And Food Products
to and across the Westbrook tract, In. who provided cake for the occasion, The stock was never more complete and attractive with fresh, new goods, Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
eluding the county road at the railroad which were enjoyed very much. Mr. under contracts made before the freeze, and goods received since. I
I* accepted and ordered the requirednotice. W. C. Peterson furnished us with very Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
to be )'olltcilin such cases, provided fine music. Dancing! was kept up untila Call and Soo beforo ranking your Purchases. ,

On motion by law., it la ordered that Thos.Brltt I themselves late hour as, having ana everyone spent a very expressed enjoyable GKOOIB. e-crb..I.IJ:8:: I am the only house on Indian Ground River Food and dealing Wheat.exclusively In the above Imeol!

and wife be continued on the pau I time. ---- __ Goods I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solicit
------ -- -------
per list at $10 per mouth. "Among those present were: Capt. U E. MINN, l'r..t. S.---------------e O. VANLANDINOHAM, See A TreM.PIKENIX = your patronage. Very truly
On motion, It U ordered that a committee N. N. Penny, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Quarter. :=i. L. :aa.ADT':
of three be apjiolnted to devise man, Masters Floyd and O. Quarterman, MILLS LUMBER CO.,
some method whereby the county Convict Mr. and Mrs It. M. Benham, Master
labor can be employed to the best Harry Beuham, Mr. Nathan Penny, Mr. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. FEASTER & BREITWISCH '
advantage.' The following member of E. Johnston, Misses Fanny and Rose Incorporated October, 1804-Sueceuori to R. Manson .t Co. ,
the board were' appointed on said committee Pw tori
Mr. W. Mis Florence
Penny, us,
: F T. Budge, U. I). Iloke andJ. Wilson, Mr. F. Hitchcock, Mis Bernice Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Successor
to L. A. Coleiuan
Mendel.On Quarterman, Mr. K. Trwtorlu Mr*. J. I Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills\ of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched ,
motion, a number of bill were O. White, Mr. C. I'. Honeywell\ Missel umber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covers and cypress tanks of all sizes +aF ot all
audited and ordered paid. (}. and Agnes Wllvon, Mrs. U. Franklin, made aa called lor. All Kinds of Mouldings Turned and Scroll Work a! and ssFLORIDA MEATS klD.l,
Petition from
300 real
estate
over Messrs. W. E. Chandler. C. Peterson,
owners were received, asking that an F. Patterson X. Gulbrandnen and Will Specialty. One of our firm I II a contractor and builder of many years' experience
examination and estimate be made of tunes, Miss Luba Ueliogory." .o that we are prepared to make estimates and take contract for the construction t; Orange and Vegetable Growers3 -
the cost of a shell) road the entire length and building of all kinds of private and public edifice. on reasonable terms and in
of the county along the most practicableand the most satisfactory manner Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere. .:: -- -==.::::=.=: La Grange, Fla.
desirable route, together with the Lotus.Mr. t
matter of a right-of-way. Each member Correspondence and Patronage Solicited.
of the boanl -- -- ---- --- ------ --------- ---
for this purpose(01,hU without district expense to canvass to the C. D. Provost Is visiting Cocoa DUREN &
this week business. FEASTER.
county and 1 ascertain, a* raa on
ticable, the sentiment of the people In Mr. O. Ronald will have a cabbage SNAP BARGAINS FOR THIS WEEK. y: .
regard to the proposed shell road RO a*, palm wind-brake made la front of hi*
to be able to take tome definite and orange grove this week. '
Intelligent action at the next meeting If GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS CO'I
&
such 'lmestlg.itIon should warrant fur Delightful weather, at present. Or Francis H, Leggett
them actionFatorMhc. ange tree are putting out a new growth
and are blooming all over.

Mr. Thlgpen ha moved hi. round- .z Fine Groceries. n
lto.nl Under Certain bottom skirt: to Banana Kiver, and It now -
Condition' carrying the mail to Oceanu and Bona- Fruits and
venture. Vegetables, Florida &Western Meats of all Eiut

UAVELASD, March 0,1805. Mr. Onteen ha* moved Into Mr. 81l1b,'. I
F cottage, and J. A. Ramsey has moved Some of the following good CROCKERY, GLASS AXD TIXWARE. _
\i
\ >'" 11/" : Into M. M. Ramsey' house, and will occupy were bought from the estate of ::r Agent for William &: Clark Fertilizer
Dear Mr Having just returned froma the up-stalr during the summer Mr. Morgan; and must go : Co. Tour order .elicited. 0a

trip I received your letter and petition, Mr. Sidney Carpenter I* Ill and Very Truly Duron .otolt'1
and at the tame time Mr. Oldcame herewith very A Banjo worth 113.00 for tl1.7(. C3 rSoA
ia* been confined to her bed for some A Banjo worth $.oo, for *3.20.
of the whichI !
a ,
copy tame petition r
time.I We to that the doe
are sorry say A banjo worth $8.00, for 6\25.: .
I cut my name to. However, I think we "TEE LITTLE D
not teem to Improve. Dr. Chamber lain BROW JUG"Old
before going too far with It, a* attendance. A Guitar worth $0.50, for 91.00.A
MI harm already a very heavy tax to pay, Lotus ha a good many visitor, and Mandolin worth 112.00, for t 6.50. Kentucky
A Violin worth $9.00, for $6\W v
.. .- An Autoharp worth $0.00, for $4.23.A I k
V r """""""' 'I1f'" ..pr.. "rT'!,"4 e .." Violin Case worth $400, for $4.00. -f# RYE OR BOURBON a

NATURAL FLAVOR Steel Strings for violin banjo, guitar and mandolin, at Set each; Violin OXK GALLON Delivered
rosin, Sets; Violin bow, 80ct., good. lu Sealed Case, (no marks) at your V

itvout the tcak'cJ milk taste, also light pure rearm color Complete Line of Trimmings for Musical Instruments at depot, freight prepaid, .lVt

,, u -ifcrrn consistency ana perfect l.cernig quality. These ere Low Prices.. On Receipt of $3 Vta

a. i1!ic characteristics of ANTHONY BROS.. Titusville, Fla. lal.AU Address business Strictly Confiden- 1h


a BORDER'S WANKLYN & CO., 1 r 1I



o5 PEERLESSBRAND LUMBER J" Jacksonville, Fla_-- ,


RICIIARD W. GOODE.
,
JAMES T. U( : G. d

EVAPORATED CREAMThis We are making Lumber Notary Public a Iu ceM'
special prices on

result has not before been Florida
Real
accomplished in the production of Lath and Shingles, in car lots toall points South on the Estate Exchange,

any other brand. Try it J,, St. A. & I. R. R'J. For M particulars! AddressBUILDERS' &: Writ
for
u*
? P'UI".RtD BY THE NEW YORK CONDENSED MILK CO.rOR descriptive price list

SALE BY AIL LEADING GROCERS. SUPPLY CO., POSTOF"CE BOX I e0. _
'" Drawer 13. St. Augustine, Fla. MELBOURNE
Brevard Co., FLA.









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