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

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01.10. No. 6. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, MA.ROH 189 Price, 5c.




INE1VS, Head This Column Carefully. -Read Anthony Bros. ad. on our &H -Mm, J. Nicholson, of Ran Gallie, Is "Wanted to IXrtkaiiRO Tito New 1'roeeNM Oaiollnc Stove. ,

page. ID town today.Dr. .

1 Topics! of General Interest.yERiOATE THE EAGLE CI.OTHI STORK, In the -At the age of 82 years Mr. John A &. ) acre farm In Hamilton county, A good) baker,
ADVOCATE block and Mrs. C. H. Stewart of Melbourne
Titus\llle are the A record breaker
,
Goode, of Melbourne, Is looking a. hale Fla. for an orange grovev AltIrl'1I11e.
leading clothiers on the East Coast of and hearty ever' are visiting relatives atl>.*) tona.Mr. W, I. THOMAS Valdosta, Ga. A home maker,
Florida. Give them a trial.I 'Tl such "taker "
J. J. Jacobs, of Wheeling, West -- a ,
-Mr. Goo B. left here Monday
Humph The "New
Virginia, has returned to town from his l'roc'IIRj";
For Kent llrk-k Store.Do .
AM selling partially slack lime for on a trip to Melbourne and West hunting trip a For sale right away,

O kts. per barrel. L. C. Oliver. Palm Beach.Mr. By Ray & 1)1'fltnnlllt' \',
,1 -Mr. Allen G. Riley and Miss Marguerite you need a good brick atlrIn an
Fin.
,
C. I' Eacott left for his home in
WHERE to stop. See list of hotels on Riley, of Somerville, Mass., are excellent position In town, and away Buy It,
Jacksonville few
on Monday, to spend a from wooden buildingf If HO, call{ onKobblns
our 4th and 7th pages.DEFI stopping at the Indian River hotel. Try It,
with his
days family. A Graham or C. H. Walton,

-Editor W. A. of St. -Do you wish to exchange your or AD\OCATK office, Titus*lllo, FK And you wont deny It.
blanks
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> lOc. each Varty, Augustine
; $0.00; 100 at
per ange grove for a .Y>0 acre farm If so,
the ADVOCATE ofJ ce. spent) a couple of days at HI'kledgothe read the ad. In another column.
first of the week. Tarlor Car Line. The i I'dl.\t': tho )lash.

rC'.tLl -Mrs E. II. Perry, Melbourne: (\ was
Sum In endless variety at Julius ,
Mr. F. W,
Lyman, Georgian/ was
Kline's, Tltusvllle. in town last and In town Monday attending to some re The total eclipse of tb moon caused by
v-- on Saturday: gave our cording.Mr. The Plant System has Inaugurated': -
office a pleasant call car service between Palm B\Hch, bo shadow of the earth east by the sun
STOP at the City Bather Shop-white and :Mrs. S. H. Hay's little child winter Park and Tampa. I It h'avIII'alm -took plaeo nwording to progtuMtiea-
-Thel'e of
baibers. Razors honed. are more rumors weddingsto was quite sick on Wednsd.iy night but lon on Sunday night last It began just
be, notwithstanding the fact that Bench at 713: a. m., Korklodge lI iU a,
I we are pleased to note It Is now touch after eight o'dock wan total nt 10, and
m. amt Titusvillo at 1211': : in., arriving \
,
;, .0'tl FINE watch, clock and jewelry repairingat people complain of dull times > at Winter Park nt 3:43: : p. m. and Tampa: asted! until U o'oWk. The eclipse

Anthony Bros., the jewelers. Postmaster Wm. C. Norwood paid a' etter.We caused the moon to have some beautiful
1 regret to learn that Mrs M. S. Bay hotel at O:\II\, m. Given pnssenger -
tAlwiia; 1 HIPPAIID'S BHEAD-Fresh air and visit to the residence of Captain W. II. Jones has been confined to her bed, to Tnmpa Buy hotel two hour nt tints of orange, green, pale l blue, etc., t
pure Sharpe, at Sharpes, on Saturday Winter Paik. Tourist will (Ilixd this a and it wan a sight well woith seeing
water are all essential to good health.on through illness, this week, but Is Improving -
1 e -Mr. Chas. H. Walton spent from to-d.ty.' delightful trip.

r \ A ? first class shoemaking and repairingcall Saturday until Monday at Mellxmrne -Mr. Harry Hiintington, of Htrtfoid, A I"nlt 1 (' Keport.

on J. A. Daughtry at Mr. Nolle's the guest (>f Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Goode.Mr. ?oun., who arrived In town yesterday A Chambermaid Killed.:

old stand, Titusville, Fla. W. H. Hartley, of the wholesale to attend to some business, leaves for The Royal I'olnHmm I. Abl a.. Take Can

f fish firm of Gallagher .!t Hartley, Cocoa, Enterprise to-day. A sad accident occurred at the Royal I of All \\h Arrive
You just ought to see the new Easter In Jacksonville the end
was a day or two Palm Beach
Poinciana, on : mom-
Mr. J<:. L. Frldiy
Brady's lesldenco
1 goods at Anthony Bros. Titusville.CAI.L new on A letter from the
h of List eek. the river front Is being forward log Inst, by which a chitmlwimalii namedDeborah popular: Manager
ll j pushed lost her life. She fell! ;i. W. Merrill, of the Royal Polnelaim,
I I -Archdeacon B. F. Brow will hold rapidly by Contractor Decker. The Wooley,
NF //l.lsll, .J. .. at Julius Kline's for anything you down the elevator shaft from the fourth Palm Boach, says: that: them U no truth
service next at !St. Oabl'leI'schnrchj shingles are now
need in collars cuffs ties valises on Sunday on. whatever In the that
etc. floor of the hotel, and WAS killed<< Instantly report the above
EMBODY hal some new want every o'clock.; morning at 11, evening at 730: Editor J. M. Jolly, of the Daytona her skull being split! open by the fall. h..h-IIII "cl...",
advertising every day will strike DRINK soda water manufactured by In- Journal, who ban been spending about a The terrible accident naturally caused that there has been no ('ot.l'lIt up for

tuxly sooner or later-and "once a dian River Bottling Works, finest In -Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Chicago week at Georgian and Ooeamis, stoppedoff considerable excitement In the. hotel. tho past ten days :Mr. Merrill Informs

imicr;) always a customer," hold the state. Distilled water used only. were visitors at the fine residenceof here a couple of hours, Monday, on Deceased Is said to have come from Lakewood the ADVOCATE that he cnn takornieof

I[) true. If you give right treatment, Gctzlngcr. & Fischer, pi'ops., TitusvilleFla. \ Mr. and Mrs John hale, !South his way homo. N. J. all who arrive, comfortably and well

it Melbourne, on !Sunday last. ---- --
goods right prices. -'e acknowledge, with thanks, receipt

Jt Let's KLINE hall on hand a large,: stockof There was a grand sweep of rail- of two funny alligator photographs Mcllioiirno.A Tho .tAd\n'nCta14 an Advertising -

fashionable clothing. Call and examine way conductors on several roads last -"The Alligator Circus" and "The

The ADVOCATE may be had atcreven's It. week, and It Is said they are unable to Private Lesson," sent by Mr. O. P. glance over the above town, Medium.

"- drug store and Mrs. Emma account for the sudden change. Havens, of Jacksonville. They may cursory ADVOCATE Mon-
by an representative
news stand, 5c. per copy. To LET, a fine brick store In the ADVOCATE -The regular hour for service at the bo seen In the ADVOCATE ofllce. day last, showed that I It was still forging The following IH from a popular and

The ADVOCATE don't cost you three block, Titus>ille. Excellent location Presbyterian church on Sunday and -The Rev. W C. Barnes gave qulto a ihead. New roads and sidewalks have well-known gentleman on Bincnyiia Buy:

In by the year. once Apply to Robbins: & Grahamor been changed from 7 o'clock to 7Si<>. Melbourne, on Sunday morning last. visit; while several new cottages have
C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE office, The 1 chinch wasciowded.:i Our associate- been erected. There Is ample nccommodatlon Adeufnlt :

(-Read i the several Interesting articles Titusville. -We acknowledge Review of the receipt New of Mexico the editor, who was present, was pleased to for tourists at Melbourne-'1 lie hear '.:-Plenso continue my nilverUeincut. -

age ;JMr Monthly meet so many of hU old acquaintances Bellevue, Hotel Melbourne, Myl-Wilil, It linn been the mentis of
and from Mr. H. B.
MONEY. We want money to loan on first weather crop service, at church. Carleton, etc, bolng snug and home-like opening conesponileiico from pd'uplein
James tells of Orlando'sstreets
Mott
U. Weather Santa
[ Hersey, S. Bureau
real estate moitgages. Ten percent places that people appreciate. Melbourne several states and I Canitdii, showing Unit
2nd Messrs. Chalice
t on our Fe N. M. & Co. are making
page. ,
free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden considerable alterations believes In good roods, and I It has the ADVIK'ATK IM, for rending, happyIn

[Mr E J, Burns, of Canaveral, was &: Sanders, Titusvillo and West Palm -Capt. A. T. Feaster spent a couple of to their which drugstore will about one and a half mile of shelled the selection of Its motto: 'TI. not

wn a day or so this week. Beach, Florida days at Daytona the first of the week. greatly op Washington,:Its avenue, streets already Messrs. bole A Hogg In mortals, etc." .
Improve A door
This being the captain's first trip there, appearance. are the well-known real estate agents in Very truly yours,
-There will be no preaching servicesthe will\ lie put on the corner of Washingtonavenue
I church NOTICE. Laundry No. 1, on Washington he will, doubtless, be delighted with that and Julia street Mellxmrne, and they take great pleasureIn J. W. Ewan.
Presbyterian Sunday
It the 17th inst. on avenue, is now open. All washing pretty town. showing visitors aiouixl town. Pies-
sent there will be got up in good -The subject for the third of the sure on our space precludes our men
H. Allen II. M. McKcldin
Mr W. it. Powell, of Chicago, Is shape, and work" guaranteed satisfac Messrs. J. series of Lenten lectures on church history boning Melbourne at length. Mo/o Converts.Our .
and J. It. McKeldin officials of the At-
oO' Melbourne's well known disciples tory. Polishing a specialty. Family exhibition arrived by Archdeacon Brown, at the
lanta Cotton !States
hi Isaac Walton. washing at reduced rates. feb8-tf Episcopal church will
in town Monday, and have been fishing Titusville cover AllotherVedding. reporter) noticed among the most
that period from the close of the
few
apollo recent disciple of the bicycle a
Miss Perineau of Suwannee Tenn. and hunting at the head of Indian River
,hat WE now want money to loan on first tolic age to the conversion of the first nights ago, Miss H. 11., of North Tltunvlllo. -
been few months at this week.
bourne spending a mortgages on real estate. Loans net Roman emperor. This lecture will JKJ Mr. Searle MrCollum was married: to \Ve would ltd vise her, however, to

train, returned homeward on Mon- lenders ten per cent free of all ex Master Claude Walton, after a very delivered next Wednesday, night, and, Miss Pauline Dayton Lusk, at Arlington, jet a w heel of her own, all Mr. (I. seemed

penses. Interest paid seml-annually. serious illness of nearly three months, Is covering It due, the fierce persecutions Fla., on Tuesday evening The wedding to bo drenched with perspiration' In tryIng -

Dr and Mrs DeWItt Webb, of St. Absolute safety. Robbins &: GrahamCo. now out of bed and recovering rapidly of the early Christians and other was rather quiet, only the IntlinsiU) to balance her and make progress

;reline. have been spending several ., Titusville, Fla. as can be expected. This week he has Intensely Interesting events, should insure friends and relations of the contracting with her additional weight In front of

s 'in' their place at Atlantic. They been taking short walks, calling on a few a large attendance.A |iai ties being present The happy! rouplu him. We also saw Mrs. I' making her

rued home on Monday. SEE G. 15. Rumph'a new and fresh goods of his friends. Claude Is In high glee at preacher! came to man who have the best wishes ami goodwill IIrst attempt on a dark night last weekIn

bade just received under contract, made being able to get out again In this newspaper of tlieAnvocATK, passed through 'lltus- front of the Presbyterian church. She
"You tell
Frederick Worth the well way: editors dare not
before the freeze, now being sold at vllle Wednesday on their honeymoon will get along all right; when a smaller
*i' Paris Lorlllard who has the truth. If did could not
dressmaker is Mr. Pierre completed
dead. Worth you you Beach
10 and 13 per cent discount from trip to the Royal Poinclana, Palm sized wheel III I procured; the one she
u Englishman but has resided in his and hunting down live;your would be a failure.
fishing
close cash prices, for cash. One dol- replied The bride was quite a favorite with our wa trying was too large.A .
I. 'or Indian River was In Jacksonville on The editor : "You are right and
many years ls worth $1.10 and *1.15.Mr. ; boys during the time she stopped on
houseboat the who will all times and
Monday. We understand his minister% at
}'lr Indian River.
and Mrs. Moore, of Chicago, will\ be taken to Charleston under all circumstances tell the whole
Caiman ,
)gently arrived at Melbourne will Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus, spenta We acknowledge receipt of an Invitation Happy Event; In TltiiMtlllc.
,
where it will remain until required next truth about his members, alive or dead, other
but
ad to attend the wedding,
some time at the residence of Mr. day or so in town this week. will not his than
winter. occupy pulpit more one

1 11rs.ming: : L home c Moore, at Roseland, ere -Mr. Alfred Cox, of Eden, has been -Dr. W. P. DuBose, of Sewannee, 'Sunday, and then lie will find It necessary engagements precluded our being present The marriage of Mr. J. F.:Renaker to

spending a day or so in town this week. Tenn. who has been spending some to leave town in a hurry. The Miami Emma: J. Delmer, both of this ,
,
3Ir Arthur S. Haigb, who resided at Hutchlnson who has beenon Melbourne press and the pulpit go hand In hand town, took place at the residence of thebrl.le'l
"tunaieveral -Mr. D. S. months at passed throughhere with whitewash brushes and pleasant The ClrciM IN Coining.
winters, has been on a cruise down Indian River last his return home.wards mother on Washington avenue.
I a yachting Friday on
,I of several words, magnifying little virtues Into big
months' duration to the last the Rev. J. W Law-
Tuesday night ,
the three weeks returned to The Misses Susie and May Du
past ,
during
t indies and one The pulpit, the and the gravestone famous and renowned Nli"kel-
pen Harris
South America. lIe town on Wednesday afternoon, much Bose will keep house a little longer, ler, of the MethodUt church, tying the
tow returned are the great! saint-making tiluin- Circus and wild beast show will exhibit
I'late the
to Cocoanut Grove, bcnelitted his much to the pleasure of their numerous nuptial knot. A largo nunilxir of
by trip. "
. aJOt! Bay.Traveling. friends.Mr.. vlrate. -The PoughkeepHle{ News-Press. at Cocoa to-morrow (Saturday), the friend of the bride and bridegroom!

) -Miss Annie Paddlson, who has been 111th Inst, and at lltusvllle on Monday, assembled) to witness the ('
ttt Plant Pass. Agent R. T. Patton, attending the !Stetson University, at De and Mrs R. W. Goode, of Melbourne The IlcMt Channel to Itl.scajneItaj. the 18th. There will be two performances after which the newly-married coupe

I Saturday; system last was In town Friday Land, for several months past, returnedto have had quite a jovial party of '. viz.: at it and 8 o'clock p. in. Thiswill took possession of their cottage In South

*""" -all and gave our office a town on Wednesday last Her many ladies, from Atlanta, stopping at their l be a grand treat for the I Indian River Titusville formerly owned by Mr. H.

I'*> oi hit Mr. Patton and js quite to a friends gladly welcome her return. residence this winter. Some of the ladle. Major Handbury reports that Bears people, who will, no doubt, approbate It Welch. A serenading party kept the

. company, appears were very musical, and they appeared to ( tit mums i neighborhood quite lively with its
aI.a1 Coleman and Mrs Benj. cut Is the best channel into Biscayne for
Minnie
)D the He has the Mrs.
I move. be having a good time In generaL They Further particular will be found on the
wheel strains of music until far Into
P) faculty of who the winter with Mr. Improvement by the government. This
making friend wherer Coleman, spent
to leave for the Polncl-
Royal 6th .
he goes. and Mrs. Roswell Coleman, of this place, expected agrees with the opinion expressed by the our page.Wedne..lay' night
at the north-the for- ana, yesterday, to spend a few days ere ADVOCATE: In our descriptive articles Time-Unlon lay : Mr. and Mr. Renaker have the best
-Th Re\, m, T. Veale, left here on have arrived safely IX C., leaving for St Augustine and home. over two ago. Klncaid, one of the best and wishes of the A"VOCATIG for a long life
mer lady being in Washington, years most
steam bareback rider In the busl-
15t. daring
Lucie last for of happiness and prosperity
II Beach, on Monday and the latter at Allendale, X. J. -Mr. and Mrs C. E. Woodward, of neu.ha airived In the city from Columbus -
a visit to the Royal Poln- lug Shipment of TOIII toelt.
A where he will remain a few days. -The ADVOCATE: Is often complimented New Haven, Conn., who have been ,O.to join HarrU'Nickel-Plate show.

tis return he expects to visit St upon its excellence. an advertising spending three months oa board their Kincald and hi* brother-who was killed The Itoyal I'olnclana Hathlng

nitin.- which at present Is such a medium. In another column we publish yacht Flora, cruising on Indian River, There were 2,477 crates of tomatoes while executing the feat-were the first Pool.

>Mrf bustle and brilliancy with its a short letter from a gentleman on Vis- returned homewards yesterday. Mr. received from Key Largo, Lemon City to perform a triple somersault In the
ay roust.'Nlten .. Bay, who favored the ADVOCATE: and Mrs. Woodward have made a Dumber and the adjacent keys last week. This ring."
cayne
with trial ad. a few months ago. ReadIt. of friends on Indian River, who will\ week there were over 3,000 crates. Who,
> the) town of Titusvlle put a wish gladly welcome them back here next with the above will not Ever since the opening of the above
If showing, say
.a ctl't.r. ldewalks Nothing like advertising you The Shell Itoad at Jtocklt>d"e. pool, the guest of the Royal I'olnclana
last and winter. that Key Wettt and the adjacent keys
acted the coat fron the year i to do a .good. business. ..' and resident of Lake Worth, who make

the charge: : WM about Property 80 cents own- -In case the shell road is built, we -Mr. F. S. Moore, of Ulnneappous$, are will soon not tropical be'ready The and pineapple the farmers crop ol The people of Rockledge and vicinity frequent visit to Palm Beach, enjoyed
per ,
at has purchased the property, a twenty- shell road the of ftea-bathlng In the
tg "01, When certain private believe It can be done more cheaply by this section are feeling more encouraged.Key have constructed a good luxury
Pu' labor but the con- acre tract, next but one adjoining Mr.Mc- through that neighborhood and deserve air without being buffeted by the
'wn 200 feet of sidewalk, a contract than by day ; West Equator Democrat, Mcb. V.i : open!
v Wf1eu Cormick on the south, and will begin at but all the risk of bumping
sections after running
("" u COlt them about tracU should be let for small credit for their enterprise; breakers or
ala perj -' or half what It costs the each district i so that needy farmers and once the erection of a residence thereon.Mr. i their undertaking was not a very expensive against a huge shark. The great water
n to It 'he work. It others could combine and bid for a contract Moore has been coming to Florida a Government Appropriation for affair, when It Is rememberedthat casino I* open, and all who are fond of

',* ladh .al can figure much seems closer a P"1'ldrit and give themselves employment. number of years, and has had finally to Indian Itlter. no one person owns a very large salt water bathing take advantage of 1 It

:{ .. 'tter bargain than town, This would help a deserving class who yield to the temptation to purchase a frontage at Rockledge. Many fine places dally. The water casino I I. about one-

waffles a would not want to work by the day, home here.-Tropical Sun. The bill making appropriations for In that neighborhood have only ten rods, quarter of a mile from the Royal Poin

I among Tom, Dick and Harry, or a lot of According to the report of the comp sundry civil expenses of the United hUtes or 163 feet front. It costa the owner of clans A street ear make a trip to th*>

Buy, I Uuntlngton and son Harry, nigger*.-[Extract from a letter to the troller, lest than one per cent or to be government for the year ending June 30, a couple of lots In Titusville as much to beach about every 13 minute, and fur

'- Jl LB: ,mni, rent from Saturday Editor. more exact, one acre out of laO acre In lead provides that It shall be the duty of build a sidewalk in front of bps home as I those who prefer to walk there I.I a wide

C< last In town, their many Jacksonville Brevard county U Improved-the rest ls the Commissioner of Fisheries to make It doe for the Rockledge resident to board walk for their convenience. K**

:; ?, very pleased to see them -Mrs. Harold E. Trower, of charming all wild land. One .would think from special Investigation a* to the extermination shell a road In front of his property.I el'J'thln/lla/ I provided for the convenienceof
B II I.' about sis since accompanied by her two Titusville! usually tI M) the public. It seem large number
yean and Adele these figures that we were in a position of migratory fishes on Indian River, Corner lot In are may
*
?wt14. ir. Iowa had grown much pae.ed through here, Friday Plaza afternoon Rock- by building a shell road and In every for sundry deficiencies In the appropriation of such a lot ha 105 feet of sidewalk to eaxlno, so It can be>> seen that the place i*

i y -_ "pected. The Rev. J. T. last, on their way to the with I other possible way. This explains why for the fiscal year ending June bulbl at his own expense, or a. much a* prepared to take care of a rush The
,
;' the Owner of considerable ledge. After spending a few days the the owner at Itockledge paid for fishermen find the casino a great luxury.It .
t Peck-Mra. our taxes are so high; our population lavel'J :30, 1$6, provides that In addition to average
t!, i i.vrata, which was In charge her brother-Mr. !S. U. small and our territory is vast If amount heretofore appropriated, the the shell road In front of his property ; le I the custom after breakfast fur the
Charleston
J u ,..n u, up to the time of his Trow left for Atlanta Sand will then go we can doable or treble our populationand further sum of $Ia,OOO Is appropriatedfor and, beside, we pay a special town Ui guests of the hotel to go to the beach
111' .? : took about on a visit to relatives. !; husband 1 Improve only a small portion of our dredging the channel of Indian River of five mill for our shelled street, and and go out for two hour, fUhlng. There

":"' Ken' Be ld es this land the ref to New York to meet her where he hll on vast bodies of wild lands, the burden of: Inlet We have no doubt our people are perfectly satisfied with our Investment I I. a reef several hundred yard from the

EjVrrrKma: ? haa quite a Urge grove his return from England, Trower"! taxes would be mueb lighter on the Individual i have to thank Senator )I. 8. Quay for except that we feel we did not get shore, and on this reef the heepheatl

t. ''I., tb he will now devote a'J' been for several weeks. Mrs. with because there would be to special efforts securing the oppropriatlpos a* much a* we ought to have got In the and other Urge ttti promenade c ntinu.

looking after Its Inter- two daughters remain at Rockledfe many more people to share It ( mentioned way of shelled street for what we paid. all1'LQ
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will\ naturally come where road are I f from should the have north a good to the substantial south boundary road, ; THE WAY OUTof I\ Clyde Steamship CoT|

good and riding and driving I II pleasant, I line. This road should be built; first woman's troubles

especially state the enormous increase whereat I II needed, and then continued I is with Doctor

In the member of the bicycle-riding until completed. 1 Pierce's Favorite

fraternity; for what could be more exhll '"The right-of-way should be given by Prelo rlptlon ,

crating for the .visitor than to spin for the the road property passes.owner The through rllthtofwaYllhoulclbe whose land Safely and cer

mile through itlie wood on his "bike," obtained before work commences, so tainly, every delicate I

whcrca now the beat he can do la to that no expensive and vexatious delays weakness, derangement .

ride round anti round a town until he U could stop progress.; and
"If was given the county commissioners
power disease peculiar to
tired of the night of It they could raise the moneyneeded
Secondly: The farmer will\ be able to as the road Is built, and not all I the sex is permanently

come to town with a fair load, and with atone time. This method would save cured. .r F

s out fear of killing his team by reason of expense to the county In the way of In. I Out of all the

the heavy hauling through the sand. teresh"A good, hard road bed will\ not only '' medicines the "Favor for women New York Charleston and Florida Ifa
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tie who I II Inclined to take ,
Thirdly: be of great convenience to the people
his walking eiercise will\ be able to do along its line, but It will\ prove a great I ite Pre8cription"ill

Kn George rF. Tuley ao without getting his shoes full of sand attraction for the tourists, and afford the only onethat's The magnificent Steamships of this Line are ,

Benjamin, MlniourL and himself faotiore and ere he them many pleasant drive through what guaranteedto follows :
weary to sail as
Is now an Inaccessible country. It will\ do what is pointed
his gone A mile. also make Itself one of Dide's most claimed for it. Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways

Advice Fourthly: The building of the road able advertising mediums, In valu-I' In all female (oTAIIDaaD TIllE.)!

would give employment to a number of new settlers. From New York, Froll\ hHrsr10
"The Atlanta Exposition will\ afford complaints and regularities, periodical (1'IerYaE.R.I STEAMER (harles, a\I
FollowedCured hard worklag and deserving men who, I ...
Quickly internal .ALnONW'IN .I'lIncIR', MR'
26, at 8.00 m
Dade county one of the best oppoitnni- pain, displacements, :Monday, Feb. r q
in these hard times, will, of necessity, ties to place before the public our great inflammation or ulceration, bearing Vedneetlaq:: Mar." 2i' :: a.tro 800: p p :::::,'. .SEMINOLE llttKFOIS.i ::' .: Tuesday Thursday, :

of Rheumatism by be thrown qut.f work. advantages, products and fruits, and if down nervations anti kindred ailments Tu.'I"f' r.t 3.00 I' III .CIIF.ittotE.anndav: .. U
be added toad will\ the I: at 3,00 I' m ..IIIX'II'IS. Thursday! ?
Those real\fml.coulol properly managed repay countyby if it ever fails to benefit or Friday\ .PKM1\tt1.E. Sundae. .
1\, .t 8.06 P PI IWecn."ay
Hood's Sarsaparilla."c. blinking In new let tiers. Manday ... T"la .
infinit'irn/ but It (teems to u* that these ban back. 13..t 3.00 P PI .11\4 aii'OIS! ) v ",
has the welfare of cure, you your money ('11FIIOKEE: Thursday,
"Every citizen who 11\, .t 3.110 01
I' i.)>
) & Co. Lowell Mass Frtdav,
I Horn i"I "
four alone should give snfllclent Impetus the at heart should assist the local Anything "just as good, or assure 19 3.00 .... AiANgt'IN Sunday, yI
was token down !1th rheumatism orrr t county : ruesday' 2'J: :: 300: : :: .SEMI uLE Thunlay. r.
interested In the matterto be and I ,
to those directly committee to make our exhibit a grand could rtdsv
year ago. I was lick for over six months to bring help, Monday. 2II..t 3.00 P m. lntx'u19.: lIn.I"y, .
OfUn I would haveIteh pains, that I could get them! to go to work and take lUCCI'''''. would be, sold in just that way. Wfllme..y, 2i.t 3.1 P m..CHF.Iti1KEF..... Tn..a'. \ tit ,
.dly..nd1l.e them Arlendeame to me andadvliod Immediate steps for the Improvement of "The Sun's method of creating a fund This guaranteed medicine is an k'rhlay, 29. .t 8.00 P III ALOONIZCIN. Tburec\ay. ;.)
me to try llnod i Harnspsrllla. I took to 1\IIIIIIItin defraying the expenses of the
hlmnthl.wnrdnmlgtdahottieolItandslnemleave : the roads.TITUSVILLI. Dade exhibit Is and deserves invigorating, restorative tonic, es
taken eight bottles of It. to succeed, a good one, pecially adapted to woman's need I Philadelphia and Jacksonville tines,

It Has Cured Me : MITIOUOLOG- II. E. SEVtAir." and perfectly harmless in any condition Weekly service between .JR rk om Ille and Philadelphia, calling at Clmn ,
When UM doctors could do me no good whatrer. of her fat freight Steamiiblps"Oneida" and "\\ln>ah' are appointed to salt aa foil
system.
After being benefited 10 much from thliBiedlrlne ICALi SUMMARY I'OIlPKimUAltY PIlILADFLnilA. STFAMSlIIl1. FROM \. Kr,
In FROM
I denorllie Hood Ranxparllla ai ewonderful 1805.The The 'Orange County Reporter, Saturday, rebruay 23th.: . . ONEIDA . . . indu kl i
who II troubled medicine with rheumatism I also advlae motto every be with-one speaking of good roads, says: So sure to cure every case Saturday, March .2nd . . Wl\Y AU.. . . Friday Marl;

"Orapge county raises between a half of Catarrh, is Dr. 5a e's Catarrh Saturday, March Oth . .. . .O\EIO.V. . . Friday; larch
Hood'sSpr: Cures mean temperature for February million\ and seven hundred thousand that its Saturday, March 10th . . .U1NYAII . . FrUliv Marct
was 51.0, which Is 0 I degrees below the boxes of oranges every year. The average Remedy proprietors Saturday, March 23rd. .. . . O EIl>A. . . Friday Slam
ou'lIoo. I"r""p"rllla. I am a farmer. and average and 10} degrees lower than the distance these oranges are hauled make you this offer ;
the medicine hae given me mach energy end from the groves to shipping points Is
.trength toVL.Y perform; : my LrL" Oe0aul W. same moath heat year. three and a half miles, which costs producers If you can't be cured, permanently St. Johns River Line.

ltenemin, 'I u Highest temperature 77, on the 28th; about eight cents per box, aggregating we'll pay you $500

Hood't Pill are hand mode, and perfectIn lowest in, on the 8th; and which is also from $''',000 to s-.OOOO every
proportion and appearauca. 860 a bos. the lowest ever recorded for this month year. Add one.fourth to that amount in cash. For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points

__ and I I. within threatening of a degree for the expense of hauling fertilizers and the St. Johns River.
.__ .4 supplies necessary for making that crop, -- -- ------

HOC I r:Till, ETC. from the lowest previously recorded dur and we have from ttO.OOO to $70,000every The Elegant Iron tide-Wheel Steamerl"OXTY
Ing the great freeze of December 20th, year for hauling. HYMNS AND HYMN WRITERS. ,

Free and 1804. Highest temperature for this '"Now, with good clay roads Instead of OF JAO SON"V'XLLE,'
the heavy sand we now have to drag "Arm of the Lord Awake," was one CAPT. W. A. SHAW
month since station was established 87 ,
through, three-fourths or between &)0,* of the first of Charles Wesley' hymns.It .
Accepted In 18110. (KX() and $30,000 per year can be saved by was published in 1789. o "Fn.ED' DoBAn.Y
The mean temperature was 00 and the orange growers alone. "
line of Is applicable "Infinite God, to Thee We Raise, CAPT. T. W. LUND, JK.
"This argument
above on ten days, and the maximum
translation Charles
wa a by Wesley
Indian ''oMasons was 0.; and above on fourteen day*. jto every which other would product probably grown swell In the the of a part of the "Te Denm." Are/ appointed to sail from Jacksonville, dally except Saturday,at S 30 p. m.and ton h
county I daily except Sunday,at 11:00 a.m.
JUver Mean temperature for thl month for saving to nearly half as much more. "How Pleasant, How Divinely Fairl" NUkTk
Lodge, 02.8.On '"Yet In the face of these figures, SOUTH 1i011NlJ. SCHEDULE.
eight years, was originally entitled by Watts the Read down i I kralr
the 8th of this month this section there are men who are content to pay "Pleasures of Public- Worship." .Ja< .. ... rJ


J.Hold MICNUI'ii.c.of etTMpnt.each It* teetlnjc month. ,the at *the ecnn Court p.a a.a.a.p.a a... m m m m m m m m: ::::."........::.:::::::::::::.:.....:Blue...St..... i3'......,;;..,...."....:::::i.lrGeneral : ::. I. II ae 1s 0 U U U)



OF rVTIUAS. temperature was 76, and on the tUf. IIACK-DRAUBHT"uicurti Conitlpatlo. "Blow Ye the Trumpet, Blow!I" was
hold Ito meetlnga at morning of the 8th 'had fallen to 10-a one of the seven hymns written by Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jackson|
Seminole mlite,No.36. Charles for New Year' It ,Ja.,Fla.r'8 .Agt
the Court house the ant four Thuraday evenInici fall of 67 degree In about fifteen hour Wesley day. M M.CLYDE,A T. M., F.IBOHMOKOER
of each month,at i o'clock p.m. Orange County Homls. was first used In 1750. Bowling{Green,Mew York. 88 West Ray St..JICUoam
8. 1) GRIHBS, C. t. horse, The temperature remained below freezing "Jesus I My Cross Have Taken" Tuto a. EooER,T. M., JKO HOWARD, Fla Fr t Art.
wa
C. C. K. of R. *:: BIt until about noon, wheniit, moderated Bowling Green,New York. Foot Hogan St..J.ekloat
March 11 0:;.
FLA. book
ORLANDO, from a of short poems by Honey
-" somewhat, and reached 30 during the A.J Colt, General Passenger Agent, J. A. LEULK, 8ul1ertnt..ndent.lIowling
Francis Lyte in 1888. The melody
printed

Editor Advocate St..JsekeItdD.
ft Green,New York Foot Hogan
>IAN RIVER >8.Tiienday afternoon. It fell again to 22 on the
to which it is 1 front of
few song one D. C. MISK, G. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,Philadelphia.
IF111 at the Armory, over county jail every morning of the 9th, and to :80 on the A paragraph In the ADVOCATE, a Mocart's opera CO.
WM. P. C1ADK General
evenln I in the mouth,ate .'eltx: 'k. weeks said something of Orange Agents
A.T. FEAsraa,Captain morning the 10th. ago, "Come Holy Ghost, In Love" is a I* 80. Delaware AT.,Philadelphia. a Bowling Green,terl
The mean temperature of the tith was county having made bonds to build our translation by Ray Palmer of the celebrated

CHUKC1IK8.- : -- 28, four degree below freezing point, fine court house. Orange county has Latin hymn "Vent Banotet Spir- ]

: and 36 degree lower than the day never given any bond for that purpose, itus," attributed to Robert II of France,

before. or any other that I know of. who died in 1081."Drooping Southern

EPISCOPAL CHURCH All vegetables which had been replanted Her court house, which Is the finest Souls, No Longer Mourn," -tSb _
...nlo.. the Ut and 3rd Sundays In each
In the state Is paid for, and a goodly was the work of Thomas Hastings, the
monthat II a and T 3n p.m. 'Hundayichoolvery since the freeze of Decemberwere ,
Sunday.a' 110 p. m. Evening prayer at sum of now In her treasury. The author of more than 000 sacred lyrics woseJv
I II
service killed\ to the grli und, and It considered money J
I m on Wednesday Litany. every
p. and even better known as a of Railwaj
Friday at 10 a. that the Injury to the mangetrees city of Orlando did Issue bund ($40,000 composer .r----
mItaiv. II F. HaowK, Rector. churoh musio for use in popular religious
and pineapple plants will be more I I think) to Improve her streets, and she assemblies.

FRKSHYTBMACHIRCH.. permanent In its effects than that of the now has, In place of the wallowing sand I
"Just as Am" first appeared in the
Bortloe Sabl.'hat11al.' andI:3np.m' first freeze. of a few years ago, more than 12 miles
erery "Invalids' Hymn Book" in 1886. I ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE

Babbath meeting nohmd at at ii 9 sat JO a p.m m.,,i:hrUtlan prayer I meeting fcndeaor : During the freeze of December the of paved streets which Is this admirationof was the work of Charlotte Elliott, who ....................................................................... .
Wednenlay at 7;JO I. n. All are cordially invitedtoatteud. 1 trees were dormant and covered with all who see them-the best Investment became an invalid in 1881 and remained -
luv: .'W. T. \ KALK, I'antor
---- --- ----- foliage, and while the fruit was Injured, ever made in that city's progress. such until her death in 1871. To thi THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS
METHODinr CHIRCHRenrlnea they rapidly recovered, and were full of It has brought about right now, during remarkable collection of hymns she contribnted -
these terrible dull times, more building over 100 lyrics of striking COMPARTMENT CARS DINING
at Tltimvllle every ant and third tap and just at that stage when warm CARS.
Bahbath at II a. in. andJjv.III., ttatven, Me"ul needed to them to and other improvements than has been beauty.-St. Louie Globe-Democat.
Itablath at a. In, aetti ,.. Min., fourth weather wa carry a THOROUGHFARE COACHES VES1IBULED TRA
ttabbath: at n a. in. and I" :, :... i aOrange, comparative point of safety. When the at any one time within the past six
fourth Hahlwth at rayer meeting! every GEMS OF THOUGHT.
Thursday night at Tituevlllc 1 ,at 7 M: o'rim: .k. second freeze occurred the trees were years.

W. BTKINMKVKH'1'aetor., bare, and the young buda were absolutely Our people are asking that In someway Dare to be true. Nothing can need WITHOUT CHANGE TO ALL POINTS NAME

without protection from the long we use the same material. (a pecu lie.A

BAITlSTCtltnCH. continued freeze.Total liar kind of clay) that 1 II found In every friendly eye is slow to leG email

Preaching every flnt eewnil and fourth RunUy rainfall was 3.61 Inches, which neighborhood, and with It make good faults. North and: EA._. North and was

ro'eiuck.. .Prayer. RmiK Mwtmtr.rtervlceevery every Turailay Friday eveningat evening Is about half an inch above the normal, roads, which, without question, will Sum up at night what thou had done .::;. "
at Io'clock. HinuUy! Hihoul every Sunday at as much-and I by day ALL TRAINS OAILY. "L.Ita... 'c.arw ALL TRAINS DAILY. ""'
three Inches benefit Orange county
lUa, m All are vurdlullv Invited to attend and a little more than u...... DolLL w '.!
II. A- U 11:111'1:11.: : l"a..torCATHOUO greater than the same month last l year. believe more In proportion the Baying and doing well should yoke :. J.1UIe. r.c."MI' .?. 3 10.10 1&pm Lv Jacku.y1UsT.C.a Poo f0 pa n
Rain fell the greatest clayed streets have the city of Orlando. together. Er.rett: -. 10 N : 1 : ; Southern.. / tl Dal f
CIIUKCHBervlre. on seven diys, .h. : 115; 10 &: /= I n smblumhls. /
amount being ;2.04 Inches on the 15th. Some member of the Orlando Business Scorn no mane love, though of a at 10 a. m every Rnnday, In hall over A Charlorw f W
Indian River Hute Bank Children. catecbliui I Greatest and least rainfall for this month I League chipped In, and raised a purseof mean degree. : wwhloes.n. :: :: 1T et pm am : ::;: :: Chattao Cluclnnati, A C." ..._.: 9": ;;

at I p.lit. HIT J. F.OtloviE.Rector. since station was established, 7.11 In $220 with which to try the experiment Let each one obey what is deepest, "PllllatIlphla".00., .La ........ 02 Maw Dm 11 100.m 2.1 pm Ar. .... South rn. 1)1 e'y.Ii I
highest and In him. lir. Yor". .... IT -b !out, Cairo IIh. [.InlL 31'm I
1888 and 041 In 1804. Average rainfallfor ft claying a half mile of road. The purest 011 pm M .m ';

Y. M. C. A. this month for eight years, 3.07 money was expended last week, and Instead Straggle earnest, deadly struggle, ii 4r. .Aoberille. South.,.,........:::.::.... 550p,,, .A,!. Y.asu Memphb Clty, K., C.II1. a B.i:i i 10 a Id to pg poW ,!

The regular Sunday afternoon I prayer meeting inches; average number of rainy days of a half-mile the $250 made ] of the universal, indispensable law of thelOu1'
.* the V M.C A. will be held every Huntleyafter advancement
,,,,,. .t 1tIi p. m.. .t the J reebyterlenchurch for same period, 10. a mile of fine road. This road I* thereto For full Information apply to any Agent of this great Rail.'y
.
until further ..otl.... There were fifteen clear days, ninepartly stay, asd more of It will be made, not I I We love xnnsio for the buried hopes, System, or Its connections
the garnered memories the tender feelings
cloudy, and four cloudy days. many years away and the county of
COO UOAI) -AX}) WilY Average cloudiness on a scale of 0 to 10, Orange win as proudly point to her good It can summon at a touch.It W. A. TURK, C. A. BENSCOTER, S. H. HARDWICIGeneral ,

wn' SHOULD IIAVI: TIlI 3.6. Total wlud movement 8,003 tulles, road as the city of Orlando now doe has been well observed that we Faee. Ages s.. A.s't O.n Pos. AceM. A.s't Oe.,I Puswaexiseros "r
should treat futurity as an aged friend 0.0. aTU
of thirteen milesan her beautiful drive of clayed streets. aNOIVHH.TtNH
or an average velocity from whom we expect a rich legacy.

The first step necesstry to the prosperity hour. JAMES Morr. Friendship i* the reciprocation of affection W. D. ALLEN,

of a country la, undoubtedly, the Prevailing direction west, or 29 ,percent and be who baa none to bestow

building of good and serviceable road. of the total directions observed. The director of the St. Paul Commercial has no right to expect any in return.It Florida Passenger Agent

Here in the sandy land of Florida, It itM Highest velocity 7J: miles, from the east Club have adopted a revolution U more from oareleasneM about the 212 Wet Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLA-

necessary to make good road as In on the 13th. against the Nicaragua Canal bilL troth than from Intentional lying thai

the muddy and awampy region of other Besides the freezing temperature of The agricultural appropriation bill there I*so much falsehood in the world.

parU of the world. The country which the 8th, Oth and 10th, there was one carrying a total appropriation of .1,277- Pride ODepIlnto the holiest and ham- WE DELIVER

pay no attention to Its road can never killing frost on the 14th, and light frostson U>0' has been passed In the house blest exercises of self discipline. n II the .'. ." ""

prosper The ancient Itoinan recognized the 18th and 21st. supreme nature only that escape the

this fact In day gone by and matte J. E. LANOIETTE: Don't 1'ut It Off taint "Piano

Uiolr road a* they went along througha Observer. Do not dare to live without some clear A or Orj|
intention toward which v
country, with the result that their The necessity of a spring medicine U your livingShall
be bent Men
to be
toad have remained to the present daya GOOD ItOAD.S IN DADI. universally admitted. This U the best somethingwith _
-- lasting tribute w the energy and time of the year In whisk to purify the all your might AT YOUR NEAREST "AIUWAD STATION, with complete 'dtEt1t
road engineering skill ..f the ancient blood to restore the lost appetite, and approjal after a trial In your own honse. No money required o1util 1
We clip the following from a recent to build up the entire system, a* the horouRhly aatlsflecL Our prices are as low a* any house 1ft the tDltt't1 StJ
CwtteI "sd,
We modern, who should know at leastM Issue of the Tropical Sun of West Palm body U now peculiarly susceptible to "" our terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an Init.5'
much about the making of good road' lieach. It shows how the lion II. E. benefit from medicine. The great popularity 'I Diler-1 courted my wife three yean The Celebrated CONOVER

and the benefits that accrue therefrom' Sewall, representative to the coming attalnd by 1l00 wasted time.BlglerWby.
and
Its remark.
to IU real merit The
forefather In the almost owing Beautiful SCHUBERT.
M our preelvlllsatlon 1
legislature feels on the subject of good able success, ha established U a* the isn't she a most excellent ntas And
day of the Ilouan, aeem to KINGSBURY.
roads: best medicine to take In the spring. 'Woman'DiIsh.
very
.
lack the will and energy neceatary to, "The Sun I II In receipt of the following U cure scrofula. salt rheum and all i* indeed, bat I've discovered .e Vocallon, Aeollon, Farrand & Votey, CHICAGO CO'r'
make them, and thus build up the future letter from our progressive Representative humors, biliousness dj.pepala, headache since that I could have got her )ROANS.Brse. .

prosperity of our country.Let lion. H. E. Sewall, which we take kldny and liver complaints, catarrh In three months if I bad had the ffump- and small Instruments and .1moner. :>
affection caused or Music Book. we -i
pleasure In giving editorial prominence: and all promoted > Writ us
u* now enumerate a few of the Impure lion to ask her.-Detroit Free J roae. .
of the or
system -
SKWALL'S POIXT, FLA. March 1 by low state
many reasons why good road are a "Editor Tropical t'ua-Ia reply to blood. Don't pat It off but take The -A. 13.
eceaalty to us. Firstly: The tourist, oa yours of February 26th regarding road ll00d'1 bawaprill now It will\ do you e O imi)l>oll Co..
St CK-P U MT teal.
whom we largely rely for our ipar cash and exhibit. I think Dad county good. Try yDe pep.ty rAcI{soNvILLE. Fl-' If.INDIAN













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o Nave rust:: Received a Car 3L-aacL of: -' -




..iiSash, Doors and !f- Blinds, .;1' I



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arc: prepared to meet all Competition of either Jacksonville or Titusville. Write us and see if we do not. sell you the



'lHHH* e Cheapest bill of Hardware you ever bought.) hiHiHHH"


We hate now Mr. C. P. Eacott In charge of our Tin and Iron Work Department, which is a sufficient guarantee that you will get done what yon want dace Write us and seefessional t



vial js1Y &: DA:V 9 TITUS'SIILLE FLORIDA.fEr .


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Cards. STORIES OF PAPER. twists and; the same repetition where The Globe Gu Engine Co., Philadelphia, PLANT SYSTEM.
the stout wires were introduced to sap-

RouPDis. WALTI S. OBI BAM. port the under surface.In Mannfaottirm of the mrtut TVrfeot. Reliable
a GRAHAM HOW WATER MARKS WERE MADE AND ancient times the water marks and kmnntnlral Launch Motor In tlie market
,
A -- --
BINS : hwe every tlmoand rontlnun to ro.. 1'o0..nnll.
WHY THEY CAME INTO USE. were used. for the same purpose as the to turn to atart.
ATTOJt EYS-A -LAW, old inn sigus. The old inns had dolls KKM. W JKROMK, O Through: : TrevlrLS: : !D ,lly: O.

OCR8-From 10 to 12 a. m., Clever r.. Had. of Them by Ireland !. and beehive, horse and various other Srlllnic. Ajlent.lit.. Lurie.' ria. Jacksonville and Sanford to Tampa and the West Coast
1F forms as signs. For the sam reason the Catalogues aial Irl.on a|>i>ll<'ath.nW ,
and 2 to 4 p. m. His 6hakepearean Foreriee-Elaborate
makers had some distinguishingmark -
II paper
untuc, Brevard Co., Florida. Deelp.lmp..4 by the "Dandy" Roll which made ther product distinct VIA. -

dsl4I .r-Tlie Born VlrRln Mary Letter. from that of other makers.A H. HARTLEY TITTJS-V7-I3L.3L-33.
in all the court*-etata and fed ,
t; I nwtlc mark of the sixteenth i
u for examining and perfec'd Stories and Incident innumerable are very (moos West Coast Hotels owned and operated by tin Plant System '
'' 1,ii fwllltlei wound up in the art of paper making, century was the handmark head topped Watchmaker & Jeweler The Three Great .
"*
"
l Money to Loan. I and its mechanical processes lave afforded with a star. The jug or pot mark 1a

to the teller gave the name to the "pot" paper, while
J ingenious story manya
I'C Tln'FI,1': ltl'11.DNes.
ORE; W. MORTON, chance for a thrilling tale. the foolscap mark used on paper of a

This I* especially true of the system certain size gave that size its name, Now Smyrna, Florida.
VOTARY PUBLIC, which it retains to this day.
marks called in
of placing water to -: :-
I '. Floild.i.rurvincing brands makes of The post paper was so called becauseIt { rf
lirwimi, !. .' Canaveral, various or paper.
Perhaps the most interesting true bore a mark of a shield with a poet Watch & Jewelry: Repairing a Specialty.
rr [, carefully executed. horn on it-London Letters.A 1
with this branch
has do
which to
story 52T": Mall Older Promptly Attendedto. i '
,i mortgagee, Satisfaction, etc., of the industry that of the famous Delloato Distinction. (Hive mo a tiial. !Seventeen" yearn i
c6 blanks on hand. "Ireland's Confessions. t experience In the Elgin and \\aHlmm
Shake
"Did you say you wanted
Ireland had fabricated some Shakespeare watch f.utoiies
tl speare's works?" asked tbe book store
manuscripts, which for a long
IVOH S. JONES, citric. 1 y '
time were accepted as actual They "No," replied the haughty girl; "1 1
iTTORNEY-AT-LAW. made such an impression indeed that for a want his plays"Washington Star. THE J. S. JOHNSON CO. r'q M
number of men, famous at that time r ride''

rsVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA their erudition and for their literary Manufacturers = t

'ts standing, voluntarily prepared a testi BATHING IN THE DEAD SEA. 1
,mnt Judge of Brevard County. monial attesting absolute belief in the TACKLE Twines Etc
FISHING
NETTNG
,t t3t
,
,
authenticity of the manuscripts. To this An Eaur Matter to Float on the Surface of r 9II a

,,*l'LPKI. J. T. 8AVDEMotarj document these men affixed their signatures the Thick Water. -): AH. KIM! (:- ? d o,
\, and sent the paper broadcastThe The Dead sea or more properly the = :: V
1," .\T'I.DE.V A; SANDERS, whole of the original edition of Salt sea, is also called in Scripture tho Nets and Seines Made to Order rit ; j J as

the fakes was disposed of in a few hours, sea of theArabah; in the Apocrypn tho I Plain and Fancy Flailing Tackle, especially 1 I uMw1 i

ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, and so great was the eagerness for the Sodomitishsea.in; theTalmndical books, for Florida Trade. wbI
k ill,rartli- In all the Court of the State edition that single copies were disposedof sea of Salt and sea of Sodom. The ITV
t:i..n:l anil the United State Courts.ftix in auction rooms at enormous prices. name Dead sea seems to have been first Depot for Fishermen's Supplies 4 kIrkl

:Hi TITUSVILLK, FLA. Some time after that Ireland himself used in Greek, and the Arabic namo is 121 South Street,

Il Money to Loan. IS threw these gentlemen into much sorrow Bar Lot, or the lea of Lot It has a tJln-04-I\} ; Baltimore. [c.l. I I ? t ''ey'
by explaining just how he had<< had length varying from 40 to 40 miles and JJMA

r. TOME REYNOLDS, fun with them. is only about three miles across at its -

jJ Ireland's story was that the shoot of broadest part W. L. DOUGLAS
u' ATTORXEYATLAW.Hutchlnson paper which he used was the outside of From the analysis of the United Stateiexpedition

I IJi sev'ralothl'rII on which some accounts it appears that each gallonof $3 SHOE ISTHEBtST.riTron .

i ii; Avenue, had been kept during the reign of the water, weighing 12!{ pounds, A KINO.
that time Ireland was ponuds (8.819) of .0. CORDOVATsT.rUtNCHitNAMtLUOCAtF.
" Charles I. At contains nearly Sys '
jJ [ tnsUIle F1ot'1I1a.n I wholly unacquainted with the subject matter in solution, an immense quantityin fINCA111KAHWDa.. :1a I'I'l

of water marks view of the fact that sea water, .3.4P POllCE.3 SOlts,
\
selected," he, "two 10> pounds per gallon, contains
()WELL TITUS, "I carefully nays weighing 4 I
,m |-I half sheets not having any mark what less than one-balf pound. Of this \ U 'IXiSArllNIMEH NS. rl

A TTOR EY.A -LAW. ever, on which I penned my first effu 8i pounds nearly a pound is common s2.IY6BOYSSCHOOISHOlL l
, sion. A few pages further on he wrote: salt (chloride of sodium), about two S 'I ADIC9.t29a2.LC .
|Practice In State and Federal courts. Land "Being thus urged forward to the production pounds chloride of magnesium and less I
'le. I specialty Attorney for Hoard of S3 ( NC O l l
, of calcium
it became chloride
t of more manuscripts, than one half pound BrE3I 1 (
: out Cuinmiasioneri,and County Solicitor. necessary that I should possess a sufficient (muriate of lime). There does not appear WLDDeOUG .A$. II

hot M. TITC8VILLE, FLA. quantity of old paper to enable me to be anything about it inimical to II"OCKTO tu.a. 1
t to proceed, in consequence of which I life, and the story of a recent tourist Over On. Million People wear tbe Y1

FREEMAN HALL, applied to a bookseller, who, for the confirms this. lie says: W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes

R sum of 6 shillings, suffered me to take "As for the Dead BOO, it will, in contradiction All our shoes are equally satisfactoryThey

ATTORXEY-AT-LAW, from all the folio and quarto volumesin of the name, forever preserve rive the bt value for the' .It.

fit' -ui.i.E, FLORIDA. his shop the fly leaves which they a green and living memory in my mind. Their They equal wearing custom qualltlee(hoc are In unurpa ctyl and..*d. ,
contained. No fish can survive in it, we all know, I The price:: are unllorm- .*tmpd on *ol*. sir IfM
\'cncfor Fire and Accident InaurImc. "By this moans I was amply stored but for a place for a swim, or, above all, From If f i dealer to f j cannot saved supply over other you wstaq make. bold bjGEO. a
m the best and strongest companies with that commodity, nor did I fear I for a float, commend me to It I beyond all your

any mention of the circumstances by tho Winnepegankees in the world. How I B. RUMPH ,

, the bookseller. As I was fully aware, it bears you up in arms I How it annihilates Titusville, Florida ...-- .-

I 1ei!" UXK BIT, DADE CotviI from the variety of water marks which the tiresome ponderosity and dignity -
at the present day, that of the laws of gravitation! How it World.
I W EWAN, are in existence consciousness Printing of all kinds done at the The Finest Fishing and Boating In the
J. U. S. COMMISSIONER.Notary they must have constantly been altered introduces yon into the inner ADVOCATE office. short trips'. ElectrIc,
| d.iy. long or
and organized every
wing
since the period of Elizabeth, and being of dainty ariel and thistledom Pleasant parties ( hotel emlnt. The Three
Public State at Large. with I The more Naphtha and Steam Launches can be leaded from nmlla
wholly unacquainted all other airy, fairycreature.i
for some time management of Mr. J. II. King Correspundenee -
hat f Why the
it ? Seen n Hotels under permmal
Have seen are
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. the water marks of that age, I very carefully you weigh the less you weigh. There is the Walton you Rapid Calking Machine. If Great Invited from all who seek health, i>liiaaure and cuinfoit.U. .

I orrenpondence solicited. Address: produced my first specimens of the the real hydrostatic.paradox. An ele. own a sail or row boat, don't fall to W. \\KKNN, PaHKtnBcrTranio Manager.
Uay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, writing on such sheets of old paper as phant in the Dead sea would feel himself you have one on hand It Is a great labor -
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Office, Ewan's Landing. Then what a mirror its unitedStates '
had no mark whatever. a gazelle. saver and is patented In the
"Having heard it frequently statedthat steely surface was that morning, ana I treat Itrltatn, Canada, etc. A &
w. ALLEN the appearance of such marks or how beautiful its reflections of the moon few of the atate rights will be sold at a The Florida (Central peninsular RailroadIs
GEORGE the papers would have greatly tended to twins of Palestine on the one hand and I' reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Wa i

establish their validity, I listened tc of Moab on the other 1"-BrooklyiEloetrlo ton, Titusville, Kla. Y

A ATTORNEY -LAW, every remark that was made on the nab Eagle the Shortest and Quickest Route Between Florida 1 and Northern
.
Key West, Florida. sect and I at length gleaned the intelligence IJ hU. Points, Kant and vat

Will practice In the United State. ter mark that of a jug the was reign the of prevalent Elizabeth wa,all in opinion A Vienna, after professor much research gives it on as the hi. iTn Reaches the Principal Tourist Points In Florida, and the great Hunting and

Iud State Courts. 9jun01D of which I inspected
consequence subject that all delicate persons and Fishing Grounds.Its .
then in my possession
the sheets! of old paper those who suffer from nenrouane. '
and having selected such as had remain long in a room I the Most ProHjwroun Settlements, over the High[ ,
B L WILLS, the succeeding should never Course: Is I Through
the jug on them I produced these, being careful lighted by electrio lights its effect OD Poor Healthy[ Ridge Land, Among the Hunt Lands, the Fluent Lakes,
manuscripts upon
such that aft
system being In the State
with them s the nervous and the Must Diversified Scenery
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, however, to mingle awhile they generally become near;
blank leaves that the er mllea In length of vhlihAMI .
number of This line I.now KM
certain find it impossibli ,,,,,
TlTrsviLLE FLORIDA. water and depressed and \ U In t1..r"". Hi* now xtrnnlon IwlweeajHavannah
production on a sudden of so many concentrate the attention for any] Lo, and Jai'kwiiivllla, which ban hers
not excite suspicion in to Healthmeans w fur the year, faros an airline' I*.
OrritB Ilutchlnson Avenue near marks might on the a- running |put
:
who were length of time. Young persons twMn rolunilila I I south < arulliia, and Jackaoavllle -
'B* Indian River hoteL the breasts of those persons manuscripts. contrary, and those with strong nerve I 1 r....uiakluic this the
with the ? sow
most conversant find the Influence of the light extreme!; Route
A traveler in Messina was once shown beneficial, especially when the brain ii. so much more than Shortest and Quickest

1T W. LICHTY, a letter written by the Virgin Mary that overworked and tired, the effect beinf imagine-serious and '+ awe.- t..t..n "..,Ila anti the Nurtb-wbether fee
with her own hand. Be remarked that of strong ooffw you "" the Yt or Weal
much the same as WPL
be a miracle, since the fatal diseases result from ACCOMMODATIONS: will try
it must indeed activity of the nerv 5- Till!: flMCHT
mark that it -L e., increased a on Ibl r..*d. Tim I'ullinan Sleepers
its water nrovUlod
1 I'nrSU'IA AND SURGEON, showed by ailments neglected. I + .
paper after ons system._ trifling v will bo of the beet clan*
not made till some centuries s.M t ...
was 1 with Nature's .
Don't enrlo
play iNiulilo dally *
a rwn
Fort PIerce. Florida. the age of Mary.It Through Alferlu Spectacle il and Jaikaiinvlll The 0017 ",
is the greatest mystery to most people In a delightful paper before 1c:1ub 'greatest gift-health. n. througb.hwlwrs between the, | >lnu.

bow water marks are made. And recently Mrs. Fannie C. Baibonr, thi If ye.sae Peelle .05k --

yet the matter is the simplest thing in writer and traveler, gave a descriptloi oat of generally woe .esY, e.. "'', h : The Florida: Central & Peninsular
Juiix AbPINWALL1 the world. In the manufacture of paper of her visit to some Algerian ladies. .'. ncrvo**, I '
to be Browns, L Traverses _.tI.-. of florlila, and through
it has begun friend who accompanied .
the pulp, before Through interpreting can't no appetite work, -j ,1. j lu eonnw.tlu reaches all. Its route U tbrouI r,
dried and after it has been spread on her the hostesses conveyed aleretaking the splendid
'-1-.,VL ESTATE A INSURANCE.Al the moving platform passe under a their polite pity at her extraordinary begin the moeirdla* r L7 M IIILL COt'.VTttY Or MIDDLE: FLORIDA
On this asked ii bl* clrcngthenlagtedtciae.whtch
roller called the "dandy. costume. "Where they Iron U x a i r o o where,on the old cotton plantation, the new
: 'ALLIE. FLORIDA. "dandy" is affixed the device which plaintive pity for the unfortunate Drown .lies felt' r n ,P" Tutiacoo, Hunk farm Invyanl and fruit (fear
the water mark. American "are her Turkish trousers" ter*. A few bo<> Aa I and feath) Industries bate started Into vigorouali'e -
works
nrebatatraj Itlfer, through
tic* arruM the' Buwaiine
It is of bent wire and as the roller When told that she came from Amer. cone* from Ike v.e I if 4 v the rtdice; Und uf Central tlorlila.; among the)

F.J.. KENNARD, ARCHITECT, presses the paper it presses Into it the Ica, they asked when that was, and or. Bitters s Ant SttH dme.rtH41 t*** rT.eamA irsn'o cun.h 4._ "' the Str.wlerryFarn..oflawteySUrk.adw.Idu orsag.iroves' r..r.riin the region wb.e ...*.
mark. hearing that it was across a great MI ttrtk, and It'splaaal .atire nourtened this fruit In It* wild alalej
ORLANDO, FLORIDA. In the same manner most elaborate complacently remarked: "Not so great to take. T my ss through the beautiful lake country Into the

1 ')rreiP<>ndenc Invited from those de- designs and even pictures and intricaterepresentations as our Mediterranean. There is no lea
battle scenes It Cures t\I.I:1nos.:
whole
of
Jhoopht.\ ,
irtn.5! : artistic work combined with fint.a. plate like that" 1

(. ', professional service. have been done from an engraved used in the Dyspepsia, KUney and Liver ahoat Oran, nalneertlle, Archer and along lu route. By the silo of fanwMMHILVCIt
: ftwn years experience (six In Flor- similar to an electrotype Kdlao> Like* aaUlBdo. Infmpened HI-KINO Dews to Orlando and Klesisme.. the gateway of the Wet tual and be
I. ), Be.' of reference to local and same manner on the "dandy" roller. "Menlo Park. said Mr. Edison lately Neuralgia Trouble, great Country.. lK.wn t Cedar Key, with B h aad inner*. Into a'": with Hunting Key Kgton heel*and of
and bank paper Cotutlpetloa Bad Blood Hanimotk. Iwwa to thriving Tuii)*, connecting by /
'orthero clients. apl2oct28J Of course check paper to a reporter for a London paper, "wai. the Havana lull IJowa to the Tarpon FUlierle Through the ebolneil part of riortiU, f rum tlie deer
U the most Important variety disttnguished of- the name of my other place in New Jersey Malaria, Nervous ailments < water Furl of rernandlaa,where Ib.Inpb.r and phosphate an hipped,from the

A RUE P ELY by water ..pair where I used to lir*. Pretty place Women' CO lplalau. Atlantic Ocoan to tlm Gulf of Mexico
molds prepared proo11 from civilisation. This little Cal ooly the f"*! *-X ha*crnenil r4Uae
5 note but too far Johns River.
All other are Mbatitate to the St.
carrel coraeim, *o* the wrapper From tlio Apalachicola
i!AL ESTATE ANDACCIDENT ell there are 8 wife of mine want to be near town- *. O. race( of two....Ump. wo.
LIFE
FIRE, wave and 30 letters of fee BeMtilesi w.... of Florida to
flares. 168 large likes to see people. I like to keep away will *end act ) Send for beat Map
INSURANCE which had all to be separated seared from them and could be perfectly ham Fair View CMCMIOU.* sad Ca kTres.PROWS LTIMOSI.. ... A. O. MAcDOXELL, General Paaaenjer Ajt,
,Notary I'ubUcl for the Btat at Lars. wire to the curved nrface. forest" Jacluoovllle FlorldijIXDfAN
finest
haL cuss,: 1:wiormatloa u to Oovcnuaonl and BUM. by There the were 1,05 wire .and 67 584 la a primeval .

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 15, 1895.
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JAMES FBITCHABD, President; W. B. BABKETT' Vice-pr, Itkt\
ect. It is true that we had pre. Sv. M. BRowN,Cashier
-+ IHD1AH RIYER LDYOCLTE.4A pared, a kprevious to the ar- SARNO.SO'JEL it

tide referred to in the Star, some INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN

watRLY 70CaRAL D.vot..tD 1'0 .11. nll..L remarks on good roads, but owingto : : w IfcTZXt 8
AIID unable to
O..JI'tO.IIIJlDu.aza lack of space we were
Jno cnets, ami taMe l II)0ai0 under the Laws of the State of Florida ,
LABS woara taxmoM.WAtTWlB BOW open, and fully Arrnmmmlatloni for (Incorporated ;
until after contemporary
it our equlpyhe.l. water
print > of the
the beet In the Unil. "" and cold water nhonnded npply purest
had taken up the subject. In the worhl. II Igb ground. Sin arm of smooth green lawn. Hanilom pavilion.... Af- Authorizedcapita:
f lawn t nn'.. for g100p
tvrnonn {mnrert s.crlckrt ffamlahed for sale to
iVe were stimulated to think of the voung and old. oatIDIbantlnglI.hlnr:,etc!. I otugei folly or rent. Paid up capital
.
II\Or., ... ,............... R.Auoolate road question! by the agitation S4bfr
Average deposits
Editor Manager,Cius H waiTeR Z $300,0(1
which was being carried on in !_ (

Volusla county at that time. __ ate\

Onjce!: Washington Avenue, Titusville The ADVOCATE was charged In .__ .r'r.r Transacts a General Bull

Indian River, Florida. the last issue of the Star, by a '
Rockledge correspondent! with trying : = Business

"to spring this abominable and I

PUBLISHED EVKBT FIIIDAY. unjust trap at the present time." .,. Largest and Odest! Baot a VIIIn. !

The Kockledge; correspondent has { .

Cbe ketc.,may he Male payable to "flraham evidently not read<< the county pa. ., DIRECT

A Walton," iiulillnlwr and proprletnr, pen very closely for the past three of JA the Nstional n'TrRARnw'I'r. Dank of,I laIn I
otherwise he could 'RUFF. (Ice-lTeMclent NTarknnnville c
months hardly
aea rrlptlnn. +
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I
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W. 8.
) Twelve months, 'U\O bate, charged<< us with "springing a : t n
y
HI* .. UOThree" trap." If there is any trap in con L111- ; Com'E*rmnl
JM _. -- y Beftbnsrd National Rank ?n
.11 nection with this project, it was :Nat/onallSankotJackeue\I'>'
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Single copy Strictly U advance sprung by the Star, in its issue of 1 I'1 U ,TILLL, 1 Y......",_.

""t. 1 December I4tb, last ; but that ar __ ___ _u_ _
:The by above a*. rawn Snh.frl'ti Inrlnda..in.the can" roues any tide could not< be construed as

tune during the ye.r.Iorllntlnuanrfl springing a trap, it merely urgedthe THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CARt

\lscu81 and 'consider
\) of ailvtu. murt be Hi..le peraonally people tOo ( ,
at tbUi..nlce or Jiy writingMEMHUtft the project That is all the Auvo-
GATE has attempted to do. Made for Sandy Soil, Hailing 3 inch Tread, :
OF
ASSOCIATION, For the past three months we Shunt wl on the Fan flallle River alxmt a fourth of a mile from its confluence with the
THE FLORIDA I'UESS have advocated the thrown Indian Itlver,alxmt MIIIWA1 IJfcTW t;tN NT. AHU8TINK: AND 1'ALH HKAtll.: 11e )
project,
ArriUATFBWITIITIIR Rate. for tliIn seam '2J10 to*S no per rtay, IlmtdlHr a* well an telegraph office In hotel.
National Kililort could, and invited full and free discussion CItAS. \KKBEKE..
and careful considerationof )J
all communication* to the froprle- ------ -- -- -- ---- tee: 1

tore, the everything project. 'We in connection have never with, at' TITUSVILLE TO DAYTONA I

GRAHAM & WALTOV, ,
any time, saidor intimated, that It
INDIAN nrvEn ADVOCATE, we were unconditionally in favorof Via Hiilsboro and Halifax Rivers. 1\\

TlTtmVItLK, riXIIUDA. the road project.. We repeat, L:. -crJNOa: : OZiOJNEJ'VIII : :: J fft arf "r
-- what our files "will show, we have
be previously stated more than once Leave Tltnuvllle Ftrrr Saturday, Monday and Wednesday, for Daytona and In.termedl.te T
it
IT is believed that may very 'ikx'k .
IvlnU,at one o |> m.
that if the cost of construction FOR SALE BY -
difficult to get a special act Leave D.plona for Sunder, Tuesday unit Friday, at one o'clock p. m., connecting !I
the next legislature for cannot be kept within reasonable at Tltuiville I htI'o; all (mint*on Indian River ED"V.A.B.D STTT..JOXTQ-: : ,
through bounds if the bonds cannot be For farther Information' address J. P TCn\ER Titusville, Florida.nr .
road even If our peopleare The Lumber. Hardware and Paint Denier )1OOOOA '
purposes in favor of the floated at a fair rate of interest, i If: Stop over night at El Ik>ra-1>v-tlie Hea Fine aching and surf bathing ai I.0 he found
road overwhelmingly project. The,comptroller ad- the county cannot secure the right: on the COMU Term* for hard,U.00 per day, (6.IK)per week Indian: : :River, FLORID.n;,;
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condemnation i If -
of without ,
-way
rises the legislature against special
the most desirable route cannot be the will increase at least 5 much money by hauling $30,000worth
)legislation. So we tnaynot be county LAKE HELEN Florida
decided and secured without of freight, which cannot be HARLAN HOTEL +
50 cent
able to get authority to issue beads upon per cent per annum, or per all profit than he will as taxeson t
pay
then willing to
litigation, we are If taxable
In our
how our Ipeople ten prop.
strongly years.
no matter ; abandon the road project. increases 50 cent in the his property in Brevard county MISS S KEMPE t ALSO PROPRIETRESS N.J y
favor such a course. erty per during the next thirty years, which Proprietress. 1I0TEL, Albury Park J
The Star for the three then people
our
past next ten years, cl\
aggregate $450,000& ? In other HARLAN HOTEL, Lake Helen, Yolusla county, Florida; 120 miles BOOth ;
lukewarm much
weeks has on would have to as as
appeared not
Wx think it was a Jirantlty>correspondent pay words, he is going; to make four Jacksonville\ ; high plateau between bt. Johns river and Atlantic ocean, plnelo! :
ia the Star,* few weeks I the road project. This is not surprising they pay in the way of taxes at the and a half millions of dollars by and orange:: belt; healthful and delightful climate; all conveniences; table and .apolntmente
as anybody is liable to present, notwithstanding we would excellent; pure rock well water. Terms moderate. On Jacksonrl! T
tirade
who "wound against of shell
ago, up change their mind on any subject, have the interest and sinking fundon hauling 120,000 yards at St. Augustine & Indian River Railroad by way of New Smyrna; also Jacknonr: e,
the road project with .a despairing 25cts yard, at cost. He must, Junction. I Id
after careful consideration.: Our the bonds to keep up. per Tampa A: Key West Railroad, connecting at Orange City
wail, "where are the reformers. indeed, be a wonderful financier
James Helmet, Esq., alt .Jensen; neighbor intimates that this changeof Before closing this article we the county pays him $30,000 for
mind is due to the disastrous
rather tardily but very tersely replies : cannot let pass without comment a hauling shell, out of which he
freezes which have occurred since LB the editorial in the rr11
: "The idea ,that .a reformer statement makes $4,500,000 ?
would kick against a good road I ii it first agitated the subject. This Star of last week, in which it is i

this county, wfcen three-fourths o intimation must apply only to the said that "none of the corporationshave
MONEY IN STOCK RAISING
its actual cost Is paid for 'him, i last freeze, for on January 18th, taken enough interest in the

too absurd to entertain'" So th< three weeks after the first freeze, subject to consider it, except possibly Since the late freeze some of our peopleare 11

opponents of ,the road project need I our esteemed contemporary says : \ the J., St. A. & I. R. K'y. and turning their attention to stock raising y I I Al/(IVsl) IU tl ,/i/ t AI ni VrJlr

not expect much! aid from the re. "Since the Star flrmtctgUated the subject certainly that road would not object :, and, from what little we have been
formers if :Mr. Holmes knows of a shell road from the north to to bonding, when it would be able to get In the way of figures, It looksas
,
the south end of the county a few weekago the line that could transfer If good money can be made by raising:
what he is talking about. we have been surprised at the number only cattle, sheep and hogs In Brevard county.
of person who hare approached UI the material for the construction Old settlers tell us that years ago the
mad talked very favorably of the Idea. of such a road. It would make cattle Industry was the most Important
THE article by James (Holmes, Fr.m all along our river-Tltusvllle to more, ten times over, off the cost of pursuit In South Florida, and some large
of Jensen in last week's Star, was Eden-we have heard very many exclaim transportation than its tares would fortunes were made at stock raising until f
an able argument in favor of the what an attraction suck at road would be the Spanish government imposed an
road and contained to this section of country. be. The writer of this statement Import duty on Florida cattle, which r
project, many "The road being a devotttly-wUhed-fo must have used his pen hastily, and proved almost, if not wholly, prohibitory HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA, :
new and icellent suggestion. lie project, the next to occupy our attention not figured out the result. We in Its effect As a result, stock I
has evidently done some .figuring Is now to go to work to twcure It most Have no idea he intended to makean raining has declined to an Insignificant PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH.

and thinkiag on ithe subject, and effectually, at the least expense, and Industry. Now that the orange groves Rates: $-1 per day and upwards. NOW Old .,
should how to distribute the cost rfJf It so that unfair statement or misrepresent have been so badly Injured that very
in case be project progressto the btnden would fall equitably upon all facts ; but Mr. Flagler's prop. little Income can be expected from them Accommodation for 1,000. HENRY W. MERRILL, Manager
that point where we have to eon. those loving In the county, crty in lirevard county is assessed for a year or two to come, our peopleare n
eider how many ibeoula ,should be loading the county for the money; for over $400,000 for 1894, and the looking about for some other line in
issued, their terms of payment, needed Cor Improvement U probably; which to engage that will pay quick and,
how the should be the only effective mean of raising the assessment will probably exceed If possible, sure returns; and, among
Eno*
y appor fund*-If not the only practicable way; $800,000 for this year. His taxeson other things, stock raising Is receiving
tioned, what kind of an act should of securing It. And If the amount net this vast amount of propertywill careful consideration.The .
be framed, how the work is to be essary for doing the work is not too probably be $15,000 ear. Spanish law are still such as to
done, etc.,etc., be should be select'd high, it certainly seems that cur county per 3 prevent large shipments to Cuba, but ;. Ca
as a delegate from his neigh. could noUte bonded for a sum of money; In ten years he will pay $150,000. the population has increased so much j aY t
that couldibe devoted to a better Improvement or the entire cost of the proposed during the past ten years In South Florida sal
borhood if a county convention Js .than a shelled county road road. In thirty years he will pay that we have quite a good market I I t l
held to decide such matters, if he way. nearly half a million dollars, or among the many promising towns and
will serve. It will perhaps be "We 1U'e4lf the opinion that a 12-foot settlements which have sprung Into
him that he road could be constructed from Titus- three times the cost of the road. existence during the last decade. ThisIs
urged against" was a: vllle to Jeosua or from the north end of How' is it possible, if Oils tax bill, especially true during the winter q I
:
"reformer, but politics should be, the county to the south end of thecoun- during the term of the bonds, canon, when the hotels and boarding J
no recommendation in the handlingof ty for about &100,000. If worked up by amounts to more than three times house are full of tourists.It .
the road project. careful and ttluto figuring, It mutt be i ilutleless. a does not take a very large capital togo
Tills would! probably admitof the entire cost of the road, for himto Into stock raising on a respectable
a depth of 4 or 5 Inches of shell to the get for hauling tile shell alone scale; and, as far an we can learn, all : :
TilE town council is having a above width. Probably If marl oeuh ten times as much as the entire kinds of stock do fairly well In South <\i
somewhat strained discussion with tint be laid down and the oyster aliel cost of the road for transportation, Florida. The prairies In lirevard county, L
then placed on top (the latter baiting along the upper M. Johns river, are said
H.
the J. St. A. A I. H'y ,
company labor bridges and everything that
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fleet been crushed or ground up In a rock to be exceptionally good cattle ranges.::
over the shelling and grading of cru her) the thaUecd not be quite so enters into the cost ? His additional The man who has a few head of cattle

DeSoto street. This is the street thick. bill of taxes imposed to pay sheep and hogs, a flock of chickens anda THE HOTEL ORMOND,
>upon which the main line Is con. "From conversation with parties w1o for the road will be about $4,000 small patch of sweet potatoes and rnaAccommodation
ought to know we have been Informal other vegetables, Is well fixed. Onueoxn-oN-T1rE-ll
etructed through 'l'ltu v1l1tWe that tkere would\ probably be no trouble per year, even if he does not increase He can live fairly wet fn.tty spite of bard for 300 guests Rates, *3 per day and upwards Spec...' 'ate"o''
trust that the question will be adJusted to place bond btwrinff 5 per cent to good his holdings, or $120,000 extra times and destructive freezes. In short, week in April. Open until April 25th.
on an amicable basis to the advantage; and certainly such a aim of tax for road bonds alone in I If he has all the meat, milk, butter, eggs No place in the South offers such attractions for Winter Home awoo'
satisfaction of both parties. It is money expended light here at home thirty Now, the most liberal I and poultry, and the vegetables he Cottage Lots at all prices.Do .
ear own people at the present years. needs, his place 1* self-supporting and
desirable to both the town and among Not Miss the Hammock Drive at Ormond.
very time would help many, no doubt, to tide estimates place the amount of he Is fairly independent. lie can sell an
the railroad company that pleasant over the coming few months, since present shell required for the road at $120- occasional cow, sheep hog, or some ANDERSON & PRICE, Manager
relations be' fostered and maintained hope have been blasted by the 000 cubic yards. The railroad pro. chickens, eggs:: and butter, to get money
between tht tn. This much freeze, and exltenaealilt be met In to haul this shell at actual to buy sugar, coffee, flour and such
the ADVOCATE feels in some war w another, flitch a sum of poses necessaries he does not produce hlmlelf. -
: justified cost or 25cts ton. The entire
money placed In circulation here in the per .
saying without touching upon the county would materially help to make bill for transportation, therefore, There must be an excellent market forgood
merits of the case, and we feel confident times bettor will only be $30,000. The railroadis beef, pork, mutton, poultry andeggs
the town council will be "We bring this subject before the people nut presumed to make profit along the East Coast, which has y-
.moderate and reasonable in its demands to get then aroused to a dUcuwlon any such a large sprinkling of hotels and
of It. The people are the (nes to say from hauling the shell at that rate, boarding houses where tourists resort;
and endeavor to effect an whether or no they want such a desirable but admitting that it costs it noth- and we believe that as good a profit can

amicable settlement. improvement, and if theN be any ing to haul the shell, that all they be made at stock raising aa In any other .
u11I11 1/11r
who think It Is sot essential to our welfare will be pursuit in which U is possible to engageIn ;i..t7i4t1
the
from profit,
and future proaperityletthe.. drivea get county In South Florida.So .
.AN EDITORIAL IN THE STAROf few miles on the prevent county road, the entire amount paid for trans much for the subject at present
then drive a little way on the street of portatlon will only be $30,000. IV* hope to present some figures as to

last week is calculated to Titusville." how then, is it possible for the necessary capitol required to engage In

throw cold water upon the county The ADVOCATE'still believes that railroad make ten times as much this near line future., and prospective profits, in the

shell rat4 project. It should b/ it will pay the people to give this as its taxes amount to, by hauling

remembered that the subject of: matter the most careful consideration shell, If its taxes in two years A Square Deal

building a shell road was first agitated and not jump to a conclusion. to say nothing of thirty years, will

in the Star, some three It is estimated that in orderto exceed: more than the amount for at Tbs celebrated CuArrti Jackson A: Co.'s square, Titusville.for sale

months ago; that is to say, on build the shell road and pay Interest hauling all the shell required? To

December Jhh, last. At that time on the bonds, and accumu sum the matter up the railroad For Sale.

the Star seemed to favor the road late a proper sinking fund, our, will get SScts per cubic yard for The Schooner Veteran-Staunch, well

project. The article referred to taxes would have to be increased hauling 120,000 yards of shell, or built, and commodious; sixteen tons

was the opening gun of the cam five mills. Admitting the additional $30,000; its taxes for the next burden; newly built safe for any voyage

paign for good roads in Brevard burden would be as great as thirty years will amount to $'50,- and a good sailor. Will take some good 4 A

county stated, which is an Increase of 23 000. How is Mr. Flagler, with all alien cows or range cattle In part pay.meet THE
Address CORDOVA
We have never claimed the honorof per cent, we feel confident that the his wonderful ability of making Oux HISCOCK:, Accommodation for 100. Bates: $8 ST. ACGL'STINE.
having first advocated the pro. assessed value of all property in money going to make ten times as Georgians, Fla. pey day and upward,; per week, apects
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Awarded telegram Thursday night, saying that

Lhest Honors-World' Fair. her house In Westfield X J.. was (To OrangeGrowers.The
; burned down on Wednesday. The loss J. W. Y. Stelfox
:
-DR.1KEj; U about two thousand dollars i .

II, E. Schmltters seems to be the most i largest crop and best grade of fruit can only be obtainedby

ers popular on commission this side lit man has with offered the grow.to using fertilizers containing 4 HARDWARE *-

furnish seed to the produce and
grower
,
wait for the money until they can raise Not Less than z 2% Actual Potash.
Y.Y a crop. That Is a great deal of confl- 'o)
: dence for a commission man to have In =a5. O-cilllo, Florida_

x: CR EAMMIN1 strangers. This is equally true of pine-apples and other tropical fruits. Cook Stores Oil and Wood Heaters, Farming Tools, Poultry Netting, Am-

munition Tin and TInwar Galvanized Sheet, lIa\llllln.1 Hound Iron; Uahsnlzcd
, Coronado Beach. Our boob on Potash are sent tnt They will COt! you nothing to reid and will live Coat Material 1, lol'l'lIl\n.1 all host gmwN and) cast nets faints. I.Inlt'l'IOIlII. ll.inl

'I. __you dollar GERMAN KAU WORKS.. NUM_ Street New_York. O.I: Finish, etc Galvanised Knapsack sprayers, $...tt.

Coronado Beach Is booming h -- -- Always pleased/ to quote priors, and correspondence solicited\

Fort Pierce. Till S1IKLL: KOAI (jlT.ST1OX -
Miss Bessie Blake, of Lake Helen, Is .
at the hotel visiting the Misses :Sharp ,

Mills Mary Mason, of Cincinnati has decided We are now enjoying some lovely i

i'I i I M *T PERFECT MADE and the to young stay some ladies months are delighted at C'oronido, weather And the l'erlillly of lliitoliln- : BAKER & HOLMES Branch House,
as
she Mr Blown and family have returned MOII'M, Inland..TFN .
I ute'rare Cream of Tartar Powder fret Is a jolly acquisition to the hll'\'I'Y\ ,
fromnteland..
I nia, Alum or any other adulterant crowd of pretty girls now on the beach. '
n Ar 'E\: Ki.A., March 12: (05; ,
Mr. Miller, of tile J.. :st. A. I. K.lly. .
A, SEARS THE STANDARD. The arrivals at Coronado hare again ARTHUR J. DOYLE Manager.
Editor AdrornttThere ,
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been much was In town on :Saturday. :
/greater than the drpaituies
fourteen airivals on the tOth. The :Senator M. S. Quay Is again; domiciled Jit"e been reports font nearly
Eau Gallie. hotel is pretty well crowded; jet, I am In his beautiful inanition at :St. Lurlc. all portions of the state concerning the
told, there Is a big crowd expected nextweek Mr. Pierre Ixirlllard's ho\mc-boat freeze and Its results but Hiitrhinson'a Warehouse Room on J., T. A K. W. ana J., St. A. & I. R Railways,
and Island has not Wen Deans
jolly times are had right yet reported : ,
e ? Mrs Webb left Banyan for along. Oyster bakes and shell bunts Caiman I 1"** been lying oil here for the Irish potatoes and t"mal..l'lI1'11' knocked -
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- SVILLE
i at &t. Augustine on Monday seem to he the most popular; way of 1 last: few days. out by both fn.-ez.t-the first time In FLORIDA.

r spending the time out-doois, when the Mr T..1. O' ,rll'll line returned from sixty yens, Oilier thing, such as cabbage in:,\i.ms!' IS --
1 fie a mer Spartan: ,Capt. Xesbitt, guests Are not surf bathing KUnimmee, wheie he has been attending onions, ctilitlower Wets, etc.,

t Ii, ii Sunday last for Daytona. Mill! Gertrude Luce, of Twin Oaks: court. calamities were not 11111, wo t. will Notwithstanding shipping. beans all our In Grain Feed Flour Meal & Grits

VU Munn was a passenger. Fla., Is staying In one of the leavitt Mrs. Anderson, of Menomlnin Mich., a ft'W days: and tomatovs are looking Hay, ,
\\Mn/ >wett's school has commenced cottages with quite a large party of is on a visit to Mrs. blunders: of this ,will My lemon trees were not touchedand ,

;, practice of its closing exercises, friends. As she Is a friend of the Misses town. arc now full of blooms and young

,ih ash, occur two months hence. Sharp, she called at the hotel, with her There was a very |pleasant progressive lemons. I had: a few pineapples. which Cotton Seed Meal, Fertilizers and Crate Material.
party, on Wednesday night, and they were not hurt, and I
whist party at the residence of Miss they are blooming
JMt/ f-Ins Stewart, who sold his place had an evening of song and music. Miss Stella Tucker on Monday evening, which and doing: well. ZJT Terms Cash with order Ask for our price list We deal exrliisUrly In
| Tropi< last week, has moved his fam- Luce has a good voice herself and contributed the above line of thl'lIIllIlIt.k nil
was tlioioughly enjoyed.An If a main oin't miLo the products of good; keep at limes In TltiiMllle, and ,,1IIr.'ive
n U.nuan, which will be their home to the enjoyment of the guests the soil\ n success on llutchinson's Islandhe prompt and t'al'l'flllaltt'ntioll to all 11I'I1o'llIenll'lI"te'll to us. Soliciting/ tour |I.atl'on-

J future Miss Bessie Blake, of Lake Helen, also egg party was given by Mis. Saunders had better get out of the state, or try nge, we beg toienuln: Very resjteelfully, 1 IIAKIlitt! : )'llOI.MhS.) :
lit was observed that many of our sang several songs, In a very pleasing! at her home, quite a number of the something elso. While most any land Is
way as she always does. young folks being present. Various l benefited and - -
lung folks were kept up very late on by Irrigation fertilizing, at
hmU) night, [oLe ervlng the eclipse "Learn of the little Nautilus to sail," games were played, and then the eggs least two-thinM of the land on the Island
JemJtrav, wrote Pope. The "little Nautilus" has were cooked anti eaton. Everybody said will make good crops. without either, ns
become the topic of they enjoyed themselves lmmen ely. the natural fertility of the soil and moisture COCOA ICE WORKS
absorbing Interestat
Freight; Agent; R. S. Head, of the Is sntlk'lcnt.
Coronado of late dozen Mrs. Cross died on Tuesday evening! ,
over a having
|,M A, &: I. R. Ky., was In town last llutchinson's Island ,
not
been found here this week. The shell after two days of severe suflerlng. She only a garden
alter the interests of
mtla
.' ) looking hunters are tramping up and down after was In the habit of reading at night, and proper for winter vegetables, but Coooa F10r1.d.a.NO"VV
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company. every tide; also teams are in requisition placed the lamp on her breast which It Is an absolute success so far as production ,
I Master Mechanic Miller of the East and the beach l Is searched far and near burnt her very severely when asleep. I. counts. We get badly robbed
1'ant Line was In town Monday on his for rare shells, but especially for the Deceased was(OJ years old. The bereaved sometimes by so-called commission DlI'II. I3ST Ormn.ATXON.: :

) Ly down the road on a tour of Inspec- "Portugese man-of-war." The dainty son and family have our heart-felt sympathy but by proper conceit of action, we can G. -l.ING: 1 ll.,
i'>'a of the pump stations. little paper Nautilus Is often called in thelraorrow. get clear of the frauds robbing/ the people I

I "Alf" one of the popular boys at the under the name of commission men Manufacturer -
the
Notwithstanding universal air of
hotel I see there Is some opposition to the
having been the lucky one this
liocuous dessetude everywhere appart week. Alf Is St. Lucie River. shell road. I saw a man a few days sincein
a methodical boy and ICE & DISTTTLLED
WATER
the lumber business at Eau Gallie while about his work usual a hurry hunting work to feed his wife ;
as just
pntinues to rustle and three little daughters: whom he saidwere
his
' Mr. Geo. Gleason launched his new brings keeps up.eyes The open perfect for what Nautilus the shell tide Mrs. R. L. Brown has been visiting her hard up, but ho took time to toll me ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
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and friends for the weekor "
lunch, Eau Gallle, last Friday. Heok is worth from $5 to $10 each. parents past he was "dead agin'/ the road. He pays v
a large party on, Monday afternoon, so. :i no taxes. There Is but one possible objection Refrigerators, Ire Chests, Frecxcrs and Water Coolers.
, Ir a trip on the lower river. One of the most beautiful poems ever We were much pleased last Sunday to to the road, and that Is the cost
! written by an author, Is I would suggest in justification to those
laat anonymous oneI see such a large crowd of Potsdam boys
I The launch Adel Capt. Johnson, of am requested to copy for some friends, out to the Waveland Sunday school, and who are writing against the road that Lake Worth Ice Works
atI : 1,coa, with the Misses Paine and party and it occurred to me that there are hope to see them again. they report the amount of taxes they are
n board stopped here on their probably many among your readers who paying when they write their articles
M borne from Pelican Islam would like a copy for their scrap book. There will be divine service held at as their opposition must be measurmlfrom PALM] 3JEACH, FLA.,

IA number of from the It is entitled "The Tapestry Weavers:" Waveland on Sunday at 3 p. m., by the that standpoint alone. I have
persona Royal Rev. Mr. Fripp, of White City; also at heard It hinted that 'some have been
I "Let us take to hearts lesson
- '!inclana, Palm Beach, stopped over at our a -no ,
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against
Irao, guests at the Hotel du Nil, one lesson can braver be- pay no
tj last week before returning north. From the ways of the tapestry weaverson The truck farmer are again In high taxes but such a ludicrous thing Is notworthy

the other side of the sea; glee as their crops are looking very fine, of belief. MO.NT. HAKDEE.Messrs. .
iThe launch HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
Daisy, of Cocoa with Above their heads the pattern hangs- and if Jack Frost does not want them

lairs. Chas. Thelss, jr., F. C. Wether- they study It with care, and they have no more set-backs, they Alex. Goode, Walter Hasle-
Inz and
I, Beckwith aboard, was at Eau And while their fingers deftly work, will make some money out of their burst and Robert Brush left Melbourne
i iI Ulie Saturday last, on the way home their eyes are fastened there. gardens yet. last Saturday morning on a trip to Lake -- MANUFACTURED BY --
a trip the Banana river.
I pm up
. I They tell this curious thing, besides, of There was quite a large attendance at Worth, In Goode' yacht.
Jfr, J. IT. D. Smith, our town marshal, the patient plodding weaver; the party given by Mr. A. J. Olds, on & Sudlow

Jut jw U been dangerously ill the past week, He works on the wrong side evermore, March 5th. Dancing was enjoyed by all Pineapple Slips nnd Suckers Chapman ,
reported to be improving slowly. but works for the ligbt- lde ever. present, after which an abundance of

Ir,East Brown, of Melbourne and Dr. Hall, It is only when the weaving stops and refreshments were served. The party Write for prices on e. 1. Cayenne, South Jacksonville Florida.
7 Im. Melbourne, have been attending the webb Is loosed and turned broke up about 2S10 a. m., and all repotted Abbaka Jamaica Hiploy and Queen slips
That he sees his real handiwork that his having enjoyed themselves very and suckers to

I Ret S, F Cove preached last Sunday marvelous skill is learned. much. We must congratulate Mr. Olds E. C. B. TvNnAU., For and
the his first as.it was certainly Waveland Fla. Oranges Vegetables Pineapples.
r Baptist services. Rev. U. M. Ah I the sight of its delicate beauty, how on party ,
Irmce
and Mr. John Mellor to grand success.
propose it pays him for all his cost;
rjanize a Sunday school, and invite all daintier his last Christian Endeavor
No rarer, work than was On Sunday a
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For Sale.A
lit' wish --:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-
[ to unite with them to meet at ever done by the boast. I Society was organized at Waveland, with .

P Ie church next Sunday at 2 o'clock. Then the master bringeth him golden Mr. E. Young as president, and Mr. A. Dealers In all kind of Raw )Material such ah Hulp. Potash, Kalnlt, CottonSeed

E'r [Miss Maud Murray, the efficient hire, and giveth him praise as well; J. Olds vice-president Mr. Wm. Hogg pineapple plantation of twenty Meal, Nitrate of Soda etc., etc.
lacher of the Banyan school, which And how happy the heart of the weaveris secretary and tieasurer. It was organ acres, on Indian River; dwelling and hone ground and steamed In tile factory In three different\ gnats

aided its term last week, left for her no tongue but his own can tell. ized with six members, and several pres- packing houses; two acres under Irrigation fff" Send:) for Pamphlets and Prices
|''Jme at Ya hvllle. Tenn., on Monday, ent promised to join next Sund.iy. The for vegetables. Enquire of
The years of men are the looms of God,
CHAS. H.
crying with her the well wishes of her let down from the place of the sun, meetings will be held every Sunday even- HOWI.AMI ------------- -
at 7 o'clock. Come outeverybodyInvited Waveland, Fla.
MHJ friends, who hope to have her Wherein we are weaving, always, till the Ing
K turn to attend.
next ea on.Commodore webb is done.

I Ford's sloop Vixen, Capt. Weaving mystic blindly but weaving sweetly A Itargniii. Iii.F. c.E. F. CLARK

|gene Brainerd, carried a party to each for himself his fate; Signal Triumphs Won ,.
Tropic last Sunday. A pleasant visit We may not see how the right-side looks, Business lot, M: feet front, on Washington -
ughen to the family of Mr. Geo. F. we can only weave and wait. aVt'nuc. with tin shop, north of
By I>r, I'rlre tremu Unking Tawdrr.
!fry, who entertained the party at But looking above for the pattern, no Irfwtey it Ktniker; can be had for HIM. J. JacksonvilleFURNITURE : .
beautiful tropical home, and weaver need have fear; Two signal triumphs have been '1'hlllls very cheap. Nothing else can \be
roved to them that the damage done Only let him look Into heaven, the per- achieved by Dr. Vices Cream Baking lIa.llo same neighborhood at double the
I 'the freeze Powder First it received Highest
had been greatly exagger- fect Is there. price.tf. .
I'w-at least, as far as Tropic is If he keeps pattern the face of our Saviour for- Award and I Diploma: the World's Columbian ItonniN A GIIAIIAM Co. and CARPETS.

1'ncernud The gardens are doing finely, ever and always sight Exposition of 18.1. Next it secured -- -- -,-
aiathe the highest Award and Hold
tweet perfume of orange blosl' His toll shall be sweeter than honey, his
''IDa fills the air with fragrance.Canaveral. Medal at the CaliformU Midwinter Fair Sloop For Sale.
is be
to
right.
sure
weaving
of ISO.!. At both Fairs It surpassed all ---
And when his task is ended and the competitors I In every respect. The reward For sale sloop Irene, 40ft.zllft: ; Wholesale and Retail. :_: 1I 1

webb Is turned and shown, In each Instance was for strongest tonnage 18 27-100; In Hrst-cUits\ condi
lIe shall hear the voice of the master it leavening perfect purity and tion. New sails head-room In cabin.
; lower
trade We have made special effort this Fall to have a Stock of Goods suitable for tlurKa
shall say to him, 'well done;; general excellence. It was sustained by Best party or boat of her size on
4'apt Frank Klein has been building And the white-winged angels of heaven the unanlmons vote of the judges. the river Price, I.f$). Apply to t Count ItuyerM.
a addition to his house. to bear him thence shall come down, The victory at Chicago establishes the E. C. B. TymUll, Waveland, or Capt.

Ml ,' 'J, White furnished the music And God, for his wages shall give him, supremacy of Dr. Price's as "The Foremost Peter Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where she OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW.
ir the dance on Friday evening. not coin, but a golden crown. Baking powder In the World." may be seen *tf

? The. weekly dance at the school house S and The emphasizes triumph at It.San Francisco confirms Cr' Write us what you want, and we will quote prices by return mail.

,*'wanth well attended laat Friday, and night.passed oft very A Fight with a Panther. LAGER BEER Our Number Is 2O-22-24-26 West Bay Street.

] -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine,

: 'I'ng a winter on the Titusville, Fla. e

<'111 111b.* Purchased from Captain Reed, Union"Messrs.says: Curry and Crawford had a Recipe to Make it 25c.
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Wester fight with a panther near here in which Store To Let. Lots in West Palm Beach !

.., ,, "vner, of Titusville has been they received very serious Injuries. I. B. TOTTEN, Orlando, Florida.
enfant' ) I few day with Mr. G. M. The young men were out hunting and DUCK store to rent In the ADVOCATE
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rn,4U., and attended the dance In their dogs "treed" a young panther block. Fine c at theADVOCATE u

len ", uouse, Friday evening. which they shot and killed. They did office,tSlfty In Circuit Court Ilrcvard County Agent for the Lands in Dade County of '"'"'-'
lb suspect that the mother panther wa
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II"I.." 'i of Boston, arrived on the near, and put down their guns and began Florida, IHM.f.
,' ,'fit', Wm.Thursday and ha been to skin the kitten. They were bending Good Cigar Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co
it t;u, Iteed and Mr. Eaton work when
y"1 d 1 and Eaton down engaged In their they Go to the Corner Drug Store Tltld- Cathcrln Cleveland, It. a1t I
plantation. Land Co
1 tp were startled by an unearthly shriek \H. { Hill for Partition: Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast
'?' .";n hereabouts estimate that and the next moment tbe old panther ville, when you want a good smoke. Ctevaland, *t. ala I
flip, no more set-back landed their backs crushing them to ClIAFFEK &: Co. IT appearing by tin sworn lUtoiucDU In the Lake Worth Land Trust. New River Land Trust.La1o
'w t that Can- on bill of complaint. tiled In In* clans! cause, .
4n irtesia will ship two thous- the ground and rendering\ them com- that the miMHiitonu I HauiMl H ('''n'..,,'',
Crate. ,>' beans ; OcarntilovcUu'l, HIMUin Cleveland' sad Is
this
helpless. For tent.
pletely
season. : t I I'
biuliand, Worth OProportioa.
about the burab B. Hull sail 1 kHr IUII u her .
Vpo5 They were frightfully torn .
I r naiMMlilcnuof In*8ra&e fbirliU, tu-wl
bthai 'mining, the pineapples, we face, and Curry received a strike from KMlilvnU of New roots are alive, and some claws across the abdomen Waverly stock farm, 420 acres three .Tenpm.t.. AtlmiiU.( uncU.Miil' Mutillo
II the
hest' begum to sprout, and think which panther's cut like a knife. Crawford was miles from Tallahassee. Good house, AUbaiuarOTpwUTlr' ( sad sra over th* .airs 01al I Notary Public, ALBERT W. ROBERT. West Palm Beach. Fla.
Weather rrara. that tlwr U no perm alibis tb Nut
''OIt of r become warm the nearly blinded by a blow In the right fences etc. of VhirliU tin Minrln*of a.ahpwn apoa whom
m will start to grow. The men were almost help II. V. R. StHKADEH, would bind said ...f.........'" Nuw tbmfura,
') eye. young Tallahassee, Fla.BFtIIVSi TOM. the nlil tUniiwi r>. t'imetaad,
let S* tree la the Cap grove are less but finally Crawford began to use I IcvcUnd, William,, CUfelmnd. and j*bIbrt.: .
kii.%""'n slowly' the small branches his knife. He stabbed the panther repeatedly "." ind llMar Hall .. ber bu.baad a.. Semi.by Lumber and House Building Materials *-

'. .. irk from six Inches to a foot. and at last struck a vital spot The, :: =;'i'r.C: Moodaf.lars our lb.said Ul ,

ea.t.f1erman'l and Col. Hogan'scd and the beast fell dead on Curry. day of April, A I' lee, ana.e (n rem tlst -
-trra'b were protected by a heavy place presented a terrible scene the hair ants bill of eoniplalal,:a docra pro eoniwao. Doors and Blinds Cement Nails andBuilders1
Lime
Sash
re In full bloom. and flesh and blood of the young men I am offering bargain In := will be entered aicaln.t you and neb of you..and. fb ,
aid reuse will be allowed tn peoa.d u. part
4 In
Div, being scattered all about. Curry wa It .U funbcr ordered that this sell<. b* publubod -
torts' W.ol1llstlnlf of lIoura. W. II. a bad condition and Crawford himself Furniture, '. Matting, Window la ih. Iw[>it. Kivia Aavnclta, a ..... Hardware.
the MaseS' Eo Chandler, Will Innes wa seriously Injured They managed} Shade, Mirror, Etc. paper publUbod la Aid meaty, oae s oat fur
ilao. Gertrude and Florence where. they received four ......
eat a''.and) !kflssty Iii. aDd L.1>eBogory. to treatment.get borne They finally will, probably I also have a department devoted to WltMM' th. Hoaorabl J. DHrouiM. Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty.
afar fetboune o. the Fant a, on through life, it they Coffin and CaakeU. Mall orders will receive Mai Jdg of said evarl. and
tbl Sta
tor scars of the fight I IL a 1 tb*
a .reasatA
pleasure trip. recover from the wounds. prompt attention. Satisfaction day of ... G. F. PADDISON -
Yjcb J '.naon, the largest ever guaranteed A. A. STEWART,
who
II TWttaf her son The panther wa* EAU OALLIE:; ILLITDiAN
a'Un, of this place, received a killed In this section." EDWIN HKLBOX. II......,.., ITa. aarkprl ClOTk ama Coort. TITUSVILUE, FLA., and

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A BULL ON A FLY ROD though It bad been saturated with blood. Deafness Cannot be Cured NEAR & TAT
TAYLOR
Lieutenant Oreely, who visited that region concerned oak will alethat alma: on tam ,

while on his famous arctic expedi By local application as they cannot ALL, date'hereof I of :I estate of Howan 1 (Successor to John McAlll t r I

UVELY EPISODE OF A DAY'S FISHINGIN lion, microscopically examined these reach the diseased portion of the ear, W. Main M adminlntratrlx, with the Honorable Minor B. JonesCounty ,

CALIFORNIA. blood stained cliff and reports the color There is only one way to core deafness,, Judge of Mid conntr\ and pray for mlanalImchargefrom ; Artesian Well Contract
of sattestate <
r I due to a minute organism which he calli I and that is by constitutional remedies. adnilnlmrairlx

The Bed felmwt of ODe of the Ltdlee Ii Protoooccus ni vails.-St Louis Republic. I Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed of the condition Eu.. CKALIA B. MAINE, movM EAU CALLIE. FLA,
I of the mucous lining .
Administratrix.octl :
the Party RUrtrd the Fan, aDd the Skill. stachaln Tube. When this tube Is Inflamed Tbls Oct. IS, 1894. TITUSYILLE BAKERY

fat Angler Oavo.n Eihlbltlon Not Com.man you have a rumbling sound or -M-6in
I
and when It Is entirely .
or Imperfect hearing,
on Treating Trip.
rutled Mrs closed, Deafness the result, and C. F. FISCHER, '. Propriei .

"TrayeliDg overland from Santa Bar. "I don't see why I lose so many unless the Inflamation can be taken out,, Notice of Intention to Apply for

bara to San Lnis Obl po." laid a tourist places," said Jimmie, the ex-office boy. and this tube restored to Its normal condition Special Legislation. Cakes, Pies A Confectionery a Specli! ,

recently returned from lontbera Cali "Dey ain't a smarter kid on de block hearing will be destroyed forever;;
All orders In line
fornia, "our Journey aa far as Los Oil von dan ma Dey ain't a single one of 'em nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh our promptly!
kin smoke and whittle at de which Is nothing but an Inflamed Is b..b111Iy.n; that an anpllratlm attended to
cigarette
Tras by stage. Of the beautiful land and a NOTICE made to the eclslatnreof: the Step
water scenery along the route of our same time like I kin."Indianapolis condition of the mucous surfaces. of Florida at the session commencing ot -
JournaL We 1I"IIljtlve One Hundred Dollars for the 2nd dar of April, 18DA, for the passage of ; FORWINES -
itago ride two feature case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) bill to authorize the County Cominlmlonen o!
any
pressed me. One waa the partioularlYlm.1 be cured Hall Catarrh "",yard county to Issue bond of the county for
by
that cannot
DIDN'T HAVE ANY USUAL BRAND. the purpose of constructing good public rnadithroiinhont and SPIRIT
from the summit of Cure. Send for circulars; free.F. the county, In the name manner and

taint, with Santa Barbara, 12 mile Bow a Country Cora Made MlMrable e J, CIIKNXKY Co., Toledo, O. under the same restrictions. as If now providedby M I

back centered on the left and right of I Newly Made MM About To... LrSold by all Druggists, 75c. court law houses for the and Inane jails of,bonds and the for funding the erection of out; tH't; nEE II S tt

its white Main street, the islands beyond When an adaptive man from the standing Indebtedness,as contained In RectloniMl ,
young to ft*Inclusive,of the Revised Statutes! ol
and the blue Pacific. far corner of some New England or west. Chronic Nervousness State Civil Service Commissioner Van Florida. CIGARS IRT

"The second was the river that we em state lives for a time in New York Fleet, of New York, has sent his resignation ROBERT MORROW, < ,

forded shortly before arriving at Los and absorbs enough of Us atmosphere to Could Not Sleep Nervous to Governor Morton. Senator 13th District.Tittwvllle OF THE FINEST QUALITY,

Oliros. It was a type of water course gain the prestige of a regular boulevardier ,Fla.,Jan 23,18911. Jan29-mar2 GO TO

common in California, with if wide, it's pretty hard now and again to Headaches. Because the superintendent would not

deep bed, perfectly dry, except where a have old times thrust upon him in the Gentlemen have been taking reinstate a discharged man, 129 miners Losley & Ecnake

clear little stream rippled Its way alonga person of a primitive cousin or brother. your Restorative Nervine for the past struck at Mowequa, 111. John B, Stetson University Families Supplied.

narrow channel through sand and in-law, whom he is bound In conscienceto three months and I cannot say ,

gravel, winding and eddying round ban entertain. A case of this kind occurred enough In Ita praise It has Scrofula, salt rheum, and all disease DeLancl Florida.For nrOur Will be Ready Lodgings by Oct. 1.and Mutated Lnndi.,

and bowlders. A man might leap across recently, lit which the artless relative Saved fly Life, of the blood, dyspepsia, headache, kidney = side Walbln tort ave., between .I.I 7 of./i

it In many place, and the water did not saw nothing but a screamingly for I had almost given up hope of and liver complaints, and catarrh ,, College, Normal School K. W. depot and ADVOCATE blwk,

come nearly to the wheel bobs as the funny lapse of memory, while the man ever being well again. I was a are cured by Hood's barsapartlla: the Academy,A'1Ie'b:; ; and ,Conservatory olMimic.

stage rolled through It. I about town found a mortification there. chronic sufferer from nervousness and great blood purifier. An limitation Seven of Unit rank. Faculty buildings of,

"At Los OlivoH, which we reached at in which was pretty hard to live could not sleep. I was also troubled heated twenty by teachera.steam, lighted by elegant electricity. Hot t HODGES & GODFREIManufacturers

S o'clock p. m., one of the dishes served through. with nervous headache,and had: tried Hood's Pills cure jaundice,biliousness, and cold water bath Thoroughly equippedirymnanlmn. Culture'
of Physical ,
at our excellent supper was trout, A complete deliverance of the bump. doctors in vain, until I used your nick headache, constipation and all liver 1th Military Urfll Department for young men. oI# of

caught, as we learned, in the pretty, kin Into the hands of the outfitter made Nervine. MRS M. WOOD Eingwood, IlL ills. Min' volume Reading room, with all leadingeeridicats

clear stream we had crossed. That determined him presentable, and then there was the Dr. Miles' Nervine Thoroughly equipped and dally chemical and weekly and physical papers.

ni to stay over a day at the station little bachelor dinner at a Fifth avenue The tug Dickinson has been sent from laboratories. Separate building for Mimic and Yellow Pine Lumber r
School, with artists of established reputation
to try the fishing. We got out our I hotel given by the swell to all the Cures.Dr. Chicago to search for the missing steamer Art In charge. Second term opens DI'Ceml"r27IM ,

tackle and bad a day of great port. To I smart men, who wanted "to meet your <". Rend for catalogue, giving full Information HOUGH A DRESSED,
reach the water we had to get down the Mile Nervine Ii cold m positive Chicora. ,to
cousin don't know. : leO'.I: : .
you that the 6nt 1 neat. JOHN F. FORBES, President. Orange Hoi: Heads,
steep river banks and follow the dry bed All went merry until the wine list All drnitglHM It at f 1, 8 bottle for Ifi or O. W. Dunn has been appointed re- Fruit A %getable Cute

through which the little stream seemed came forth. To be sure, the bumpkin I It will bit lent, r Medical:i: receipt of price ceiver for the defunct Merchants' bankof
the liT. Mile. Co., ilkbart, lad
bt Lumber delivered at any part ot Indian"
O'BBIKXF.B.
to pick its way. The trout we caught talked too loud and refused to understand Binghamton, N. Y.M.fI'n'o rates B.ETEKnr. THOS.3. on through bill of lading. Anyone lonttmplIng '

were of the black spotted mountain variety any monitory wink, but then be building.on the East Coat,wnnlil' cl.ml
from 0 to 14 inches in EVERETT & CO. write for pr ..o. The Sawillinsiumedac
ranging said nothing too badly out of place. WINE: 0' elRDUI roe famels diNa.(..
gy V.'a Or CARDUI, a Tonic for WQ_.,a. : J.,T.& K. W.Ry.,II miles south of 1-aUth.
length and averaging about three to the I "What wine will have?" said the
yon
FORT PIERCE FLORIDA. + + Satsuma Nights, Putnam toFt
pound. Smaller ones we put back in the I cousin, addressing him. + ,
Foeltlv EyldeQ_
water. I New York railroad officials are of the
lIawl I don't know Cousin
"Haw I ,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In
She was golden haired and
"But there was an experience more Dick, anything about the wine. You'll young opinion that the Pooling bill will be-

exciting than fishing to come before the havo to settle that yourself." spectacled.and spectacled.lIe was Likewise young, smooth his clothe faced come a law. INDIAN RIVER t J. M. SANDERS I

day was ended. At noon the ladies of "Shall wo begin on a bottle of Ban- ,
were brand new and his coat of the frock The treasury gold reserve was reduced
our party came by wagon,; to Join us at TURTLE &
terne? FISH OYSTERS
variety. Their fellow passengers on the yesterday up to the close of business to8a8,5I6,103. Dealer In -
luncheon, and they accompanied us in "Lordy, how can I tell! Anything ,
chair car suspected them of being new ,
the afternoon's fishing./ Toward night like!I" shouted the red cheeked, bullet

When we had worked well up toward you headed youth, who couldn't make ly married opinion., but there was a differenceof Food For Han and Im.aat. GAME DRY GOODS NOTION

the mountains, some cattle came downto head or tail of the winks and looks of Obviously the couple were too well "We read sometimes," said Mr. Bill- Hotels and Dealers Supplied. ,
the stream to drink and without
ap
from the AND
deadly warning emanating bred to betray themselves by any open tops; "of people 'eagerly devouring' a
'parent provocation a lively bull Fla.Drugs
Palm
young swell BRANCH HOUSE: West Beach .
s eye.Pooplo
demonstration of affection. Still there newspaper, but horses sometimes do that
began to paw the /ground and bellow unpleasantly Choice Groceries |
at adjoining tables pricked ,
up wan that brand new look about them literally. Twice lately I have seen horses
and followed these demonstrations their ears in amused curiosity, while the and their evident, if quiet devotion. !I eating newspapers. Perhaps this might

up by charging upon our party. guests at the table looked a trifle disconcerted in Corn Fertiliai
Looking up from my fishing at this noise. "You bet your life, said the youth come under the head of 'taking every Hay, Mapes'
at the bumpkin's
with the new russet shoes to the select word.New York Sun.
Juncture, I saw that It was the rod plaid Patent Medicines
"What said the swell, firmly plant
,
"she isn't
in the
coterie smoking room,
shawl of ono of the ladies that had ex the word "Me- FINE PATENT FLOUR.
his index
cited the animal's ing finger on that chap's sister. If she was, he ,

her to throw down hostility.the shawl Calling and/ for doo" and glaring at the youth understand mes- wouldn't have stuck to her all the after. During the reign of the second Edward Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles GOGOA. AcridCOMPOUND
that he might
tactically, so noon. He'd have been out here with us an ox brought shillings, sheep -
thorn all to I
run, threw stones at the "
bull and repeat it, "do you generally take? follows by this time." 1 shilling, a pig 2 shillings, a rabbit 8
to divert his
attention, while the hand at
other "Usually! shouted thoyoutb. "Haw, "Yes I guess they're man and wife," shillings, and pigeons were 6 cents a Kept constantly on
gentlemen of the OXYGE
helped
party haw, haw I Ixn't that great? Usually
said the who at Albany, dozen.
man got on
I
them up the steep bank, where the bull nothing! Of course! Never see wine. "but they don't behave as if they were J. B. Screven's

wotfM but follow, The bull stopped attie How could I? You know that, Cousin married. Let's ask the coon. Some sort of drink from barley has
only just
*1"H, towed it about In an ugly Dick, aa well as I da You never saw He'll know. been made in Germany ever since the DKUG STORE. Restores strength, quiet tho sin

manner, and then, turning his attention wino at home, and now New York The buffet man, on being appealedto country was known. and expels disease. oft

to me, gave me a sharp run across the makes you forget all about It. Usually responded promptly: "Yes, sob. Also the latest Newspapers, Periodials Proof, the most convincing Call and i ms see

sands to the bank. I got there all right, Haw, haw I" and the terrible youth married die ; etc.Have free to all Mho suffer. R
Jest morning. Niobrara, the name of a river in Nebraska Br write for further Information
('anylnI1IY rod, with the line and out at full length and roared "
stretched
/
"How do know George? asked "
you is said to mean "wide water. of 200 pages sent free.
leader flying behind, but Just all I struck satisfactorily for about five minutes, the man who got on at Albany. "Did Home or office treatment. (0)>11
the top of the bank I felt a sudden fork while a sense of frozenness stole over you examined the Walton Rapid tlon free.
tell ?
of the rod's tip, and turning/ saw that his cousin, and the swells looked on in they yon sniffed McElree'a Wine of Carduland Calking Machine ? It I. In use by Hose
contemptuously
1
the bull George & Oliver, the finest launch builders In Drs. Starkey & IMlen,
one of my fly hooks bad caught amused pity. "Didn't need to tell me, cab Found it THEDFORD'S BLACg-DRAUGHT art Florida; also Merrill-Stevens, Jacksonville II
in the nostril That frozen cousin is dead henceforthto 1329 Arch Street. Phlhul'lpiIiA
Served 'em with luncb
foh News
out the
myself. sale the following merchants laTitusville ; Newport Shipbuilding
for
"It was one of the queerest catches I ties in far as dining social by -
family so -
Jest now, and he didn't know how many Co., as well as many of the best boat
imagine that ever a fisherman made, recruits is concerned, at least-New lumps of sugah she took in her tea. : Fred S. Chaffee A Co. builders in the north. Write for testimonials

and I literally played that bull with a York Herald Had to ask her."Buffalo Express. J.B. Screven. etc., to J. O. Walton, Titus- JACKSONVILLE STEAM I

fly rod for a quarter of an hour. owed rule, Fla. e

him no good will, and besides I wanted THE FIRST HANSOM CAB. -
WORKS
to save my tackle. The nostril of a bull, MANUFACTURING BRAINS.
Were Ilroken. Who -
Cuttotnen
Ito Flr.t
as you probably know, is exquisitely Caused It to nome Popular Imbecile Children and How The?Are Improved under
sensitive to pain, and with my strong, Mentally. The above establishment i& j
The first hansom cab in America had twin
management. We positively ]
flexible split bamboo rod, duplicating The education of the imbecile is one a1
A reminiscent,
of
an Interesting history. COMZNG- our work equal to that an) j
reel and stout gut leader at the end of a I infinite number of repetitions -
voluble, red faced cabby told it late the requiring an city.
hundred foot of braided silk I managedto
of which at the outset
by the Thirty-third street a message,
other night
up
hold the big creature under control.He stand. It was brought over in 1870 orl must be unusually sharp and clear andunconfusing. Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.
couldn't seem to make out what had If it is the sight and bearing .
John Patent of the Pacific hotel, I
got him by the nose, but be knew thatit in 1871 Greenwich by street, Just above Cort- which are to be improved, the pupil 'V. ir. I-IatrriM''SVoi ldi Flunou,""1 Ladies Goods Cleaned oil]

hurt him worse whenever he tried to is in a dark room, and into its 'I
landt, and It cost t70. Its driver was old placed Silks and Cleaning goodie
Dying
break and to increase the mystery
away, darkness single of bright light is
John Carter of Liverpool since deceased a ray most delicate texture a fcpecialtj
all the time dangling and
there was admitted. And when this startling and
who came to New York in 1861. for price list.
witching before his eyes a big, bright that John Carter drove antithetical phenomenon has caught and 2.riclsellate: SlZawc
cab
The original : !! BROS. 1 Prl
red bans fly that I had left on my leader handsome one, made very much riveted the child's attention, by repetition MAI HARD
was a
as an experiment in trout finning. lie like those now in use, but it bad aclaret a slide is passed through the beamof No 13 Newnan St., Jackaonrilt
would strike at it with his horns, and
with defined forms
sharply
interesting light,
An
body and red running gear.
his rage at finding he couldn't bit It, that it bolstered I painted or engraved upon it-simple
was
and that it came back at him every time of, feature with a of pair it was of patent! axles, which I forms, too such all the square or tri Will Exhibit at COCOA Saturday March 16th. *- W H, GLEASON & C CO.

was comical to witness-from a place that Carter was the angle or stet Then the names of these ,
were so complicated .l
safety, of course. and ATTORNEYS IN LANI)f
who could them. figures are clearly and distinctly re-
grease
"From time to time the bull would only man
I For some reason the cab was not put peatedly pronounced, the name sounded
charge upon the shawl and toss that into running Immediately after it wan each time the object is exhibited. TITLES TO SPANISH olLtNf'

about, and then I had to work the reel imported, but was laid up in the stable This is an example of the necessities = Titasville Monday March ttthSO TERfi'' n::
AMINED AND
and tip for all they were worth to save ,
for Then John Carter ran it of an extreme case-a very apathetic
all my tackle from going by the board. 1H years (] will
I from the Pacific hotel but there was and unobservant child. Usually 1'
At last in one of these furious charges, not business enough there, and he went be sufficient to exhibit objects by lifting ABSTRACTS FURNISnED AN |

as he lifted the shawl on bis horns felt I down to the corner of Broad street and them from the table and simultaneously SURVEYS OBTAIXI0-
something give away, and at the same This must be done
I
where trade flourished, telling their names e,.
moment the shawl went up Into the air. I Exchange place, Defective Homestead anti* Pi4r
and again until the nervefibers .
and be need to get fares from the big over over
The hook bad torn loose from his nostril, and brain cells are stimulated into htV Entries Corrected and rerf-fW' ,
brokers Moroni was said to have beena The l
and two of the hooks on the leader I good customer of his, and Jay Gould, readier action and developed into fuller Claims adjusted before
were fast in the shawL I dropped the meat at Washington
accurate rode in it once I and more perfect performances of normal
it are IOlielted-
rod and pulled line and shawl In, hand \ reports functionsThe Correspondence
It familiar feature I
twice. was a
over hand, like a Cape Cod fisherman I or about the Stock Exchange for four years, imbecile child's brain improved EAU CALLIE. FLA
The bull didn't tumbleto
hauling pollock. I I and then it broke down, ending the career in the same way as the biceps muscles
the situation until I had got the
'I of the first hansom cab in America are more and more enlarged. This is and 1
Orange
Pineapple
the bank and then he ,
shawl nearly to ,
of small dumbbells
World. done by the repeated use
: York
came for it but it was too late. I whipped -New at first and then by the gradual Land For Sale, t'beafI !

the shawl up to where we were I D* Knew the Hope*. substitution of heavier and heavier 1 '
standing Just as his bead butted the perpendicular have for sale 80 acre
Mr. Freeman ,, 'l
weights
Of subject even
bank with a thud that I one land on St. Lucie river, a '
I, would bave been forced to admit that The tenure of human life is so short t low Eden, 40 of which 1>. '''I
earth.
of ,
shower
brought down a of the reformation all that be done for such extreme
Mr. Froudei the historian that can of northeast quan' '
quarter
deal of
carried j
"The shawl a good ,
was a master. Fronde was a type is to enthrone the disen- IS, township 38, south "I -;
and and had some boles In it, but there I
born sailor and could manage a yacht or throned moral sense. It would reqdlre the other 40 Is the nortsrut

wu no disposition to complain on the yawl in the ugliest sea an it be had been an eternity to tone up the five physical of southeast quarter .'*

part of its owner. We thought we had I bred to the business. So be was quickto sense Nervous idiots are much more township 38, south of ran:-' <' ,

enough fishing for one day, and leaving detect any slip that his friends, who promising pupils and show remarkable The above land can be boughiJ.!.

our enemy down in the river bed pawing lees expert, might make mental improvement in a sort time. per sxrre. It la suitable iof f

and and bellowing his anger we took" were The workmanship of "Crookit Meg," Bat the physical sense are always improved Famous:: Performers: : : 5c range, lemon or lime gro1i"'zr'> .
our wagon thankfully for the hotel Will be sold In lot.
be was pleased to say, was as good a* with the improvement of the bt s'
New York Sun. :a h. This land will soon
could be, with one exception "U you moral sense A child who has been :NEW ACTS NEW FEATURES NEW :NOVELTIES acre.

mean to take us.to sea in this question taught bow not to be an animal indoors per \f
T Crimea CUA Elephants, Acrobats Walt.
Apply to C. H. .
must bave will bave appreciation of color, .
able little vessel your more
you I lJl
One of the most conspicuous landmarks Liona office to Bobbins 4rille
AerialUts. ; or
.
sea dialect looked over. The mainsheet and a child who has learned not to cry
or, rather, siiowmarks, in the Tigers, Wire Walkers _
the slightest will _
saiL Tbejlbll'looeed'wben and cream on pretext
whole of the arctic regions is the red is a rope not a
York you get under way and is the first have a far better regulated tense 'ol Hones, Jugglers Cdktg, i )
snowbanks discovered near Cape Walton's Rapid
taken in when are coming to touch smell and bearing.-New York r *, Rope panwrs k
sail you '
Greenland, by Captain John ROM In the ?tIde. Id., 110.00, and $15.00 ;:,..
)
'year 1818. For miles and miles the hills your mooring.Dlackwood'l Maga- Advertiser. EquHibrisU b1 l many of the principal ,6-

are covered with snow that is as: red as sin. _,(lift'* wire OFCtHtKH fM Weak Nines Two Performances Dally, at 9 and 8 }1. m, monlals in the North See psmPh!ct'


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. TZ3Ye s. I
---- -- -- THAWING OUT' IR02EN MEAT.A .

..,-tck the,. Battle." Deerrlbe.f PlnrTan* .*. After I HOTEL Dark Room Tr.atm..t Melon LaTtf J The Tropical Trunk Line i

Many of the sick and wounded who MELBOURNE 0" > 'lluni-/; the Cold ltor-e II 0....

cremated. Their ashes are colLIT I "' '" '
119 According to the in'ntedby !
fI M 'iFRti proem
placed in small square boxes, inLd MELBOURNE r Indian Ricr, nOR IDA, .:. ;. ..... .. lJ.r' / Mewr. Nelson Bros for thawing |( Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway. ,

for a time in the little cemetery Open all the year round ...-. .......... =:--...-. [I frozen meat iu such a way as to put itt ,i05III'H II. DlTIlKHi
Good Fish- :
Che- I # t I Itoooivur.Til .
ItVida the whileexhumed I nit, Hunting and Yachting 1- on the market in a sound condition and

lpo and after and I $2.10: and upwards lutes \lcstw p' t. ,. cISeI.ilfr a.: ;... 1 avoid the many objection to which the FLORIDA SOUTH K. It ('t 0. .II'1'ITKK AM MkK MOUTHkKttOltrit l"r
.
Japan. Tbe ceremony I beheldi'rncinlpo Proprietress Mm l. M, OARD z'tsal, tit'I: I\ I ale of the meat while still in.. frozen ; 1NDUN RIVER: STEVMIIOVT t'O. I..\ : Sfr:.\MH5S.:
to?. after the fight at Ping. I state was open tho chamber of the ap>
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I wal impressive or solemn, but Special Features at lomnado Mod- | paratns is provided with double doors,, I -siII- ,Time Tabl.. In t ffeclan.-. s- $-, 'na-. .:. s.'It'tlr.--: f
erne rites, solid comfort, no ofttrnta- ; SIS.; \... 311. N". ito ... -
bodies had been i ':9s.: #./ \e..S.tei1p :-w-::
Lplv Eighty '
of which is thick :
onrlons. one extremely as
,
lion so
HOTEL o CARLETON gond Hulling, good cooking Write 'tiM .III'a 41M a1.. -.J11hP11\Ilt.i.i:; ... .Tr -; slaw
51111' m 'rnAprn
f, 'ated In various part of the country for leim to shut ont a'* f.tr as possible, all external I ll' 'U I' I eas .. Or"nge l'ok. ... 8111a" I44pml. ... ..
forwarded to the treaty port In small atmoephfm The chamber ha no .lap I I4p 117: s 0111sI. .. .., IlarnoliSr.n 1 s. ... .,.... 1 "'s"I Ile'n.1 /Upbe
: I4$ .. .. .. .. ..
Jacksonville .xlp I' IIl111a 011$5' Ij".h c. 5 !a.IIgs. allaii, i.alpm
Lffg. These were placed in two large, Florida windows? but is supplied with oloctrlo m.5 :\ : ''.'''. .. .. .... ..I.III..lkII ,.. .. .. ..' 4u5w'i2lnpn'' : 49Apa.snips.
Ijck eases at the hospital, and precededa Iiltht. 10M I' .1It11', 10v.t"1' .. ..,'.11"' ''.... .. .. 4..111111I\ 114:1.: '" .. ... .. I
of coolies citizen palmetto I t. Lip I I ITnun5 .... .. ",.. 3'.5 s III 11:11.: a m
motley group Opposite goose On entering one ocf only some 80 II alsp .
a po+ toflic'e. # 12151p .llumlngrem S4. sn. II I'sa a41pa.
,soldiers were carried to the burial quarters of beef hanging in rows on I It e: p: ,, a41p: ttap : : :: :,'::,.. Pe. llh. ::::.. :. .. ::. I55au1 l,14.a:, aatepha
..... !:llrJ.1 31\111' .. 11':111"1.: ... .. .1'ler.ou, .. ..., ... .. ... ,. "'.I : .. .,..
S1 S1er Jt hooks over slightly raised open plat. I Ifls: 4111' ..n.'Ix.n, 'rl"ft"! ,. ... ... Isuu 101e.m1.' . ...
First came coolies l with branches of >x t Under New Management. DAYTONA, FLORIDA. form, with a canvas curtain at the back. .I. : 424.: Ielp, : .. .... 11t.'I""I" .. rlaaa. ISI.n a4lpha '
: : ,
and white streamers in theirliege COMFORTABLE and Under thlll platform, however, there is eM1ap 45 1 ::1111'. 11 :;I". t.. .. .. .. ?IMInd., ... .. .... .I'IAt. .. .... ., .,. 1 I.17aot,ean: fsp.alnpnr:
+ HOMELIKE.Mtmted
oM Then a few soldiers, marching Thoroughly renovated, new' plumbing, + s. series of stvnni pipes, while behind thecurtain Ilaa: eat p 1"1' 1:11111': .. Orsnget'IlpJnnrll.nt.. ,,. 'flAa" .3M., 2.1''' i
Immediately : on the West Hank of the there is of 1'a 44 I' s'J1p':! 1Jup; .t"trrprln"Jaaetlun: Iasao, Wla '". Ssap: ?
arms. new furniture series filled
nth reversed pre. new decortttons a pipes I0.5 Slo .. . '
..
a 201
gas, p .1.5 fosm
ding the black cases was a Shinto electric light, steam heat elevator oval Halifax Hher in a lieiutlful grove of with comprcsflpd ammonia, similar to a'oa: : i, t l: Ain: I,: U\r:: ,,\\'t.::: ,, 11.rk' : :. I r.i: : ::: 7ao.o::: I IMpnt ea pn, I

yellow kimono add a black palmetto trees; one mile from the Atlantic those used! in connection with the ordinary ;l1'a A lap M1lap :slop .. ... (I'J"'Io'' .., .. .. .. IIMI"11.1 74.. m IJa.ph, ,
jest in annunciator hot and cold baths 4 eM1p e7p' ..., hl.unnre It. 'ea tn'' 116.. ,
LBW shako. Round his neck was a elegantly and within easy walking distance freezing propeHMv. The stt'am pipes 111. Iiwip: ... .. : l: ir:. ::' .. .14.r1w.: ''' :'.:.::i:.. S1Opn I p: ,i a s. Ii0In5h5; 14el m:
the end of which hung furnished parlor, orcycstrhtilctly -*. I of the churches and places of amusement under tho of 71.1. 04) .. t4a1.: .Ar .. .. 1.1'.. .. .. I,. 1111II1" k ntA
at mont current 154/aer
urplecord, aIn first-chm .V good livery stable Is altiihcd: to the cause a warm .Ala 1":1111": Ar .... .. Hwt ro"' 1s .. ..I,. srat 1.n, I' ''"ualll
bit right hand was a flute,which every respect. h on. time to time as the procession HATES teams at a moment's notice. as thin cnrrtmt reactive the top of this .. ..111.1' .10Ills iv .. ... ,I'.IR'''. ... Ar.. ..,, ,.. U.am: 4Up".
rem +2.50 to *4 00 per day. .. See:<< .. t04'". .. Interhuhen, .. .. 111/1' a "',I, 3 .
ended its way he tooted on, producing I Special by the week and lutesti: to M; per day: ; IIi2 to 113 chamber it is drawn to tho freezing piles . 411II1' ... .. 111': . ... lies lhor,5.. ...,.. ..I.... .. In4'1; ::111'1'111I.. 'a''
to Commercial
sound which reminded week behind the curtain which all the 4aap .12'sn, ... .... .
he.a inharmonious per M HOAO by 1lnrllt'lItt. 'L. Ill .5' step
; u Men. : : : : ain I p: .:,,iACI; h':::::: :::,. : :u,1::' I: :::
IIen Ie of my own attempts on that lustra moisture is frozen out of it. on to the . ... 4'1'' .. . ..111:1: <" Iv .. .. .. ....IIllIr.\lIltt.... ,. ? .I Ar." IoMam asap asap ,,
when a boy. The coolies, the fol. CRAPO & LeVENE pipes thomxelTis." U accumulates therein '" 5l. I Illrsnnpt sa.an1 IAA '
lent ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. : : aso I: IgI\; : : ,.Umngl.ake' ..' : : :::: :::: :,. wa'ah:::1 IMu,: hr, t.
lookers the form of
",Rene and the on seemed to Proprietors. snow some throe quarters . 10"1'( ..... lto.I' .. .. ,,. .t..IIIII.. .. .. .... .. ,. '. .. .... I"'a" I.nphl j1
eat tbe whole thing more as a good of an inch iu thickness. .. .. .. .. 7/111': al.2p ...",,"INnd 'Ikrk.... .. .. .. ... .'... .. 711.'lIro.I.' '
e t "ke than a solemn function and chat. COLUMBIA The snow has to be scraped off tho .. .. ..744'1'.. .... I IpAt At..... .. .", .. .1 1'rsdrr'....h."If., .... .... ..f..... .. ... .., 7 lpsm .lllaam. I I4d.p

'J and laughed to their hearts' content. HOTEL pipes from tune to time and it isstattd : :: : : AMpAr.::: :: ::: : : : : : : Pr.s.ks.Ill: ; n.,.'::::::::.1.:v.:::: : .., : : : : .Ieeaat.t:::

Arrived at the cemetery, the proces- x HOTEL x COQUINA x that the accumulation during five days, 12101: :-:::-:-: "nil" ::-.-.- ...,h-"Vili-----; ::-fir -Tlnam.:- nlnptn

baited before tbe altar, on which Centrally Located on St. George In the thawing of 80 quarters of beef, .. .. .. 113111' .. 1 11/0.1' I... .. ... .Pwr..I.A,1 I I" a, 1:1111' ''' '
ion 22.q.h: .. .. .. T.un.a. ..... ....Ao; CIapu' 121nl5
ere placed bottles of sakl, fruits, eggs Street. has resulted in no fewer than 1(18( poundsof .., .. 7..1. ..... H.I' I... .. .. .. UII."W,. .. .... . '' Iipl11.. .. C51a"a ;
I .. .. .... 5105 atop ... P"rt "'Rltt. ... I : ... .
11I' e:5'ses It.It.IIMa.
that the ;
kinds water During period
ad birds of various including a Old Fort laDle .. 11111. .,. .. aaq' .. .. ..lit."II"If 11'.11 .. .'f .., 1",1.. .. .. .n. .. elans ,
W Overlooking Marion and Park
ORMOND BY THE hall host 1 in .
rooster Behind this hospitable .4 SEA meat only per cent weight. Tl.rytr. ,'
Tlbsus
>the,card were placed the remains of the 80odies. and a full view of the Ocean and The purpose of the canvas curtain is to : 4a' -: : :: : :. I I:;! :::'::- -:-:. .I' II :: :III. ;,i.t.; : : :: W :. : : : : :: :. t5s: ans ,. t. I

IaSep 1041. .. .. .. 1.,. : Inrksuurille ::-- ..
Tbe Shinto priest, who stood FLORIDA. rolling breakers from the phzzts. divide the ascending warm current from . 4MI' IU"I' ". ..I.." InterprleJmrtlnn.: .. Ar 015auti I' I"'i'i'ii'; 11\1': jI '
the edibles stretched the descending! told current, and it I. ... slip ,
lone before out Jelp .Kul"rprb. 0..m ,
and made several with claimed that the effect of this incessant .. atop: aRp: .::. :, :. :: '.: :: : .. .1 :: :: I-efe.s.:, 9.ni.m I I I': I
,li bunds passes . .. 7121. 3 4I' 1tlranx. .. .. .. .. 51.45 'n 12Mtel:
Se reps II fail in the direction of the rooster, OPEN DEC 1 1st W, M. TEAHEN Proprietor passing of the air first over the steam 720I': 1111.I1' _' ". .! .. .. .:.:.:.!II'-.I! ,I.t::: .. ,.. .. I.e.::_ :' _" .. "', "::1I1t.I'p.s''. l
d groaned aloud, then clapped his hands pipes and tin over the freezing pijx 7'MIt' .AT 111. 15.111 ---r;. .. .. .j 711la" ..

.. three times, after which he indulged a i is eventually to free it from all moil 7/111': Ar .Tnrsrrs_ ._I.!...:..::_. :.. ,_"--' _

little on the flute. Then he groaned Gas, Electric Hells and perfect system ture. When the moat it first hang, the Iv Jacksonville, (Indian\ K rx|<)tl041a Lv Royal\! I'olm.linaralin UtncliIOO) ( it
straightened himself, retired a SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are temperature of the room 14 almost at Lv. Sanford . I l lI
again, of Sanitary 1 fi'ip I Lv llntollake \\ i>ithI\\( I.g.) 102. a 11
few paces, took several paces to the left Specialties at Ormond. Sewerage. freezing point but on the fifth day the Ar Titiuvllle (wharf) 4Hp( ) I I.v Hotel Itlvlcra (lilvlira: ) . 1M( .' a

and right, then advanced again, groanedand temperature of the chamber ha been Iv Tltimvllln (dully I rx Sunday; ) 4 I n i> Duo Jnnovla Luke \\oilh Mr) I II l :M a

I tooted. fie then requested by a Ey For Circulars, address, rained to that of the air outside. Dy Due Hotel Indian I H., Hocking, 7 00 p Iv JnnovU( .I. I,. \V Ky) llfiOi* I I k

sign one of the mourners to advance and Green Cove Springs Florida this time the frost his all been thawed 1)ueJnpiterfollnwingday) : ). ? 12\41:\ p Ar Jupiter (diily: ) Ii21: |It '

take his place. SEISER & PINING out of the meat, which is then in a condition Lv.Jupiterdaily( )). 124.1p" I v. Jupiter|' (dally ox Satuiiln) I0)i( )) .

Be tben handed one of the branches Managers, to be sent to market.-London Ar Jupiter (via J. A IV. Ity) 121)) P Ar.Ilok'1lndianlt.fi.eklydge( ) t7 eM) ) aIA t l
Invention. Lv Juno (via Lnke \orth SIr.) 1 ::10 p lintel Indian K, (IJ.x-klfdite) til (M) a :
of foliage to the gentleman and retired. ORMOND BY THE SEA Duellotd Riviera (Hhlt'I) :l (Nip Due Tltimvlllo (dully ex .Snmlaj) II 4\: nI !

VSJ The mourner proceeded to lay the branch ST. flLAIrT HOTEL.FINEST ROMANY'S PRINCE WILLIAM. Due Hotel Uke Worth (If..\\'.lg) 28.1p 'i.. on a small table In front of the altar, Duo Royal 1'olnclana (I'alm II.) 3 00 p Ar Jacksonvlleln) (
then saluted and moved away to allow l i H. Live Near East 11.ford-HI Tribe j
-- -=
another mourner to take his plaoe. THE IDYLWILD Ar Meted Uorea Trainer .IIIlIy /lallyeac.q.tnnday.. | 11I.II.ureltMllnll.| .

Wben all the branches were piled on LOCATION AT THE SPRINGS One of the most famous representative AI.IIU..I. .. Imllun Itlvrr.. ...nt.-.. I h T mniinrr >|'|Hilnl.l' tn l....v. Tltu HII T:m .. m. !MnniUv //1 1t
WiHliK ilinilfrliU fir KIN'klmlirii. Mi-llxmriio sad WIT lunillnirn" KMurnlnic, !loan M.llMiurnettHin l-
tbe table, the black cases were openedand of Romany Rye iu this i i. .. "J'j-"
country m, Tu n J the small square boxes taken out by Prince William, u he i. called who, M.MAN CAR $ERYICEt: -Tnln23: |parlor HnlTrt. ran Iwlwran. J.rkn..nTlll.. Tamp I I 1-
, the coolies and carefully interred. The Melbourne Florida.Open with his family, live near East Hartford and lunuOor.1*; tlmlrmni l*.liilktii llnMiknTlll' Train No. 71 Inilliin River K<:.l'rmw) arlur t
llntlet rra Jwkimnvlll. U> TltniiTlllr. Train n.III: lluffet slspng) car New York In I'<>rt Tamp.. '
Shinto priest retired to the bosom of his Having unobstructed view of There are branches of the family Train NIK IA, Ilul7..t .Iwninif rr ('Im'InnMI and Jm k..nn III* In Tin p*. Train No 7S, I'.rlnr lluf- l :
family, with the sakl bottle, the live at New Haven and Bridgeport. The let earn Iwtwiwn Ilint l.>nl*. Ta"'I'| and .I.'b..n.III.! |"rl"r Huffrt <'*ra TUnnvllUt to J"'k,,>nvlllo It I'I'J
; ('hate can HMnknTlllvtofkUtk: *. Train' No Buffet .....plug can lurt T.ni|>* to N.w
rooster and the rest of the chow. In lieu January IK, 181)5. East Hartford branch of the family; i. York and Tampa to Inilniuttl. : (

of tombstones the Japs use, when campaigning the St. Johns River the main branch. W II. (IKri\L V> II DKMIAM n B. CAIlIf, i
small wooden posts to markthe A select family house; Beautifully The Williams are all hone dealers. (Jen Hii|'t. J., T. R: K. VV Ky, Rnpt Kh. >rl.l. HiHithcrn II.K. (fen. Mnpt Inil Hlrrr III hi. CU. 'I'I j ,

resting place of their dead.-Frederick located on a Bluff, overlooking Indian I Attached to their residence are stable ____,__ __ __ n. l>._AtKHII.V, OeiMral I'aengsr Anent, JiukiMnvlll. eels.. __ I j tl'1W iI: I t
River. fires best of beds
Bright large
,
Vilher which winter, always contain stock i
rooms, handsomely furnished through.
out, offering every home comfort. Thoroughly Renovated. Hot and cold of fine blooded draft horses. Jacksonville
A Qmld Fr. Qm*. One of the interesting sight at the ,

Be was only first consul then, and I CuisIne a Specialty. Sulphur Baths In the hotel table are the wagon that are used by i1, h

Prince William and his family when St. Augustine
was consul general-for the United
. RATES :-1 2 per day. Less per week. MARTYN & EDGERTON.
oft their annual nomadic
States of conwe-and we were very in. they go ou

timate, notwithstanding the difference pleasure trip These wagon cost from & I t

in rank, for I waived that. One day -------_ .-- --- 11,000 to fl.SOO. Prince William' Indian River

something offered the opening, and he private wagon Gout $3,600 Mid i* fitted

laid: J\O. P. McCALL. up in regal style. Railway. ii

"Well, general, I suppose life can In these trip around the country the ,

never get entirely dull to an American, INRIAN: : RIVER: : :sO'I'EJ: : .. whole family join Those trip are Tlnm T.l.l le In .:ffrrl ,...... llth, lens I''
made in the horse
because whenever he can't strike up summer, spare being I
any other way to put in his time he can taken along and sold or traded. This All Rail Line to Lake Worth, via. St. Augustine, Ormond and '

always get with few : '"- mean a cavalcade of a dozen fancy Rockledgo. n ,
away a ;years try. .
log to find out who his grandfather = fi TITUSVILLE, wagon and about 100 homos. t 1 tINnf4tN".fs

was The start is rnidu about the lit of South Bound, North Bound.

I fairly shouted, for I had never I'!!: fi" i': l. Indian River.Tla. August, the entire family-men, women 1'00.2:1: So. :--'u3 i.e. s.
31. IrJhkwm.vlll : TLr
heard it sound better, and then I was and children-being taken along I. .. 1:1:1.: UiM ff/lf'/ p' '"TIp I. W 1'.1"I ,,, Jisach -? lusts "T"iIT u
back at him quick as a flash: : 'J The party keep together, traveling by ASS6Augutln.. ANwtIMa 11 00 P 510p 1..I 'Right :> ea stages, about 20 mile a day being{ I.. lit. Angnth.e. 1"11I toe. .p . .. Infbs Tees
But I reckon
your excellency. JVO P. MtOALLMANAGER. I.v Ilaoth.ga. .... .. 12.1 p 1.:, holm; ', : :: : s"4 s =:
a Frenchman's got his little standby: considered a good journey. When in a I.!.e.as_ !2".lk... _922.: UM.I' ._ I.. Ahcls. ,... .. .. .. ? 11.\ a'lt1..lItu.
for a dull time, too, because when all
other interests fail he can turn in see if l- ,.. 11.Ii 1'1 ,.. rJ.141- 1'-' Tbe plaoe selected for the night'* rest Lrl'alntka._ . 1 66.12111." !.. :..:.:..::.:.: I.I.vJens.n.:, Eden.: : ::::: :::: :::::1.IIs4s:1177.: e411.ebJatsI.v h.
he find :1 .> Open All The Year. i I. usually a grove. There the wagonsare Arlan M.I.o, In"lII 'III I'I. Eort I'lere.' II 16tI a .71 a n.1.v .
can out who his father "'i
q .
was. .. .
"R1' circle !Ian M."" II 41 aArtinnunI..A : St Lurl, :::: a71.m
Well yon should have heard him ,,1IIII1! iI1I 1I1jj) 1J6i 111' .1nf, 11'1', \1 drawn up in a fire are light. ; I.- 103011Ij 2f' I' I.. 1..1""lIr.... .. 187 p fi l'4 a II'I.
jut whoop and cackle and He ,,' ed and tho evening meal prepared. I.. IIr".1 .. III a.a 11/11.: .p ... I.. II.",,, ..II 1 II.I u.Iv v
carry on. --.t.T 1J 'h After the whole I.. (.rmou.I June. 11140.. 240, I' .... .... 5s.: 11.111.. .. .. .. I 4/11'/ I 11111 a D' .
reached over and hit me on the shoulder Jj'J ".i Only stew minutes'walk supper party gather I.\ I.ton. 10..... 251 I' .. ..., I.. It'K'kl.dg. .., ,. .. ..., ... 11 a) p 11 re a ...
and laid: ""II !!" :fir from Hallway stations around Prince William' tent or wagon, I.. I'.rt lira..". .. ., I on .p .. .. I.r1Y..N ..... ... .. .. .... taeepu.
.r rM' I.rNewSn.pnu ii I' II$ I I.. "'Ity J..lnt. ... .. ,U 1J'n. f
affair of the diicnsaed. p
i land. and the
I and Steamboat family
"Land, but it's It's immense &ll "'ICliji (is 1 J.lijJ are : : .. .. .. t
good j 1.Oak11111..11210 a4..p ... I.. Tlt"nlll... .. .. :' .71' UtA P u.
ly good) I George I never heard it r ,,11 'I i ne.x$6u." ;\ I'' I InJ.tM. A watchman patrol the camp Iv Tltu..lII. ...116711 4:111: I' 1.IIk 111I1. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. l4l p I le p ...
-7.1, On the banks all night to watch the horse*.-New 1..11'1.01" .. .... ... IMp .. I.. .. lI..y'.a.. .. ..., .. ... .. loop Itlpus i iLrI1.rOr.ng.
aid so good in my; life before. Say it .' ;-:! 2 .Hferhe I.. f'.It.a ,. . .. .. 1571. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., .. .. 101 P 'ItI.
again.. .: + far famed Indian York Time. I.. ttolt'k"lar." .. (74q., a tap .. ItayOma .. .. .. I' fpt P PIAr
L. e:., 11.111.. .... I Oh' 114/1/ P ",,,,....,1. "'" '' ... .. .....eve I' 1:111.: p .. I
80 I said it again, and he said his UNDxiR: NEVV M11N11G1 NT. Compound Ilhyinln Word. I.. llarn.. II. I' .... ,.. I.. .""......1 ., 4351'. fs.lpm: t
gain, and I said mine again, and then Lr MIlswrne. I rip 6s P ... .... I.. IIn..n,1 J..no. .40. I' 14n.y D'
he In the south they have a very erpres- I.vILucls.. .. 13'1 .p ..... .. .. Ar eat: Palatka. . .. 5114 1,1 4'011' I' IU R )
did and then I did, and then be did, live phrase for one indifferently 'Well"froblyuIOLly"aufl Lr Pnrl I'lerre Imo' 111II..p .... .... Aran .%: -.-.-:: .. i" Tlu p ....
and we kept on doing it and doing it, to lie in "mabblefubble" I.. Eden .. ... .. S aop I 11/1 P .... .,.. L. Son .' I, 111II P o.Av '
LvJane.n.
and I never had such a good time, and low In Leeds I.t: St.urt .: :: : : lao'I' NII s IC I'p :::: :. :' I'shatka.. .. ,. .. ::::-:. -- 7i I6'p 100 P s.In
be laid the same. In opinion there signifies spirit I.vAllrls. .. . .... .s.1 .. .. .. .. 1'satka. ... .. .. 11I11: p a 41 p PI ,
un't my when a person i* overpowered with astonishment I.. 11"1. IIoKln.. . 5 M .... ... tor lls.tinga.! .. .., Tki p utA
anything that is as killing as one MACHINE he is said to be "much I.. W. Jul"ter. .. .241', '"It.1'1 .... .... lit. AUICU.U"., ----1---.1-.1 p 4 M I' m 4' f )
of those dear old ripe pensioners if you THE WALTON RAPID CALKING I.rklvler.\ .. .. .. $ 1..111. "U"IIOU", 1'11I p IU !.
know how to truck, a phrase forcible but scarcely ArW1'.Iw J.'h. II".'i'. 4/1/ ArJ.'k..nyll.. ICI pn lv J l P
snatch it out In a kind of polite. "Hock.muck" U an expression !

Twain a fresh! sort of original way.-Mark; Patented In the United States, Great Britain and Canada. of like character, meaning foul, miry, KANT COAST AND WENT COAST I EAST ('(IANTAND WEST: COAST, ,4
.
in North American Review. and in Devonshire a bedraggled besmirched ... Nt. Au..tln., OrmoDd and Or.n. Yaw Tlt.nUl. and Ent.rprl. oJ.netI 1 k 1. d 1

in Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States. person U said to be "mncluon --_('II. oJU. tI..lI. ,,,..

American Cltie a Hudred Year Ago up to tho hucksou. twi'TI"- ) ItPTATIONP. II-
When Washington In Gloucestershire a wavering, unstable -_ I ---rNO'I TI 8UTIOXI. No ; ,
was inaugurated,
U'2a No 74 SeT
FLORIDA.
Philadelphia TITUSVILLE or worthies man i* called a 5
then the metropolis of the 2ra r.-r.'k..II.: .. "rilli. .. .... :: fl,' L. W 1'.111I 11e..b-AtY41 Gj
about "meckltt keokle fellow, and It 1* .4a S6 ... .. S7a Port .vl
only 42,000 people, Auguattae 5a.p : l'ien' 1 :' i i
EewtYork but worthy of remark that in Derbyshire I 111IIII I'ulatk 51Ap .. II'*. M..I1.rn.. I ; .
83,000, Boston 18,000, I" 3IIa O""on.1 .11I1' ...., II Ilia' Pu: mills II 4
Baltimore J 8.000 and no other city any; poor ore i. called "keckle meckle. An I i I" .....I" Iayt.na 42tp.. .. ,, II sea R,, kl..IIC. ....tel. I l8. S t
Where near awkward simpleton i i. called "hauvey- .. II Ina New IIn.a 411/11' .. .. .. Ia4pAr T.unlll. I.. 47)pI i aIanot.
10,000. Even after the
of lapse ." in the of Leeds. I. ... 11 Ma lake 1I.I"a f dry./ laMlL! TItu.vIII. Ar aalp I Iasi.
half neighborhood
a century, during which New gauve, 1:1: IhArI ()rang. f4.t1. ... alnplArEnt.rl.rl..Jus.I.e leg.
Tots had overtaken In Warwickshire they; style such a one a* I I41aa: I.. I ('ItJlln-tI..n ILr 11 an.'. a 'a.: : mm::: r ':::: I.e: I alp: 1 t;
that Philadelphia, so "hobgoblin, or else it U from "bob," .. I lap, Ar Ra..f..r.1 J.. 111I'1'1 4 ...4101 31... J.. Ra..f..rd A hull\ 1. ,S4aagt
in 1840 it had .
813,000 inhabitants pIDHA4e t 1IWinter! 1741., Wlnt.rPark I
10> chI' Utter city's 2118 000 Baltimore a lout, and "bog, a lump. 'Oobbln..hire" I Pry. Orlando. 1:131': "". SII.8: alb::1 lwl.n.bt I 4 alp i
w .. .. 2401. KI..h..u 12 I'I' ,::11'1'11'1" kIalmmre ,
and i the abode-"that never was
New Orleans were the'only other I .. 1101. T.ml" .4q. ,.. .. .. .. O4aq. TII"'I .
Plan with writ in the traveler' chart"-of uncouth 1:10': p Tampa key botel" .31 9'I. .... . .. .MI' Taml" Pay ....te. .
wd more than 100,000 people, folk. of loafer .. .. sury.. 1'rtT.IUpa .. ...... . le 951. Port II'I"
swept: Boston with 83.000, all of They say a slovenly; 510: tUn4/Wr.ls 31 .. : : :'urSranbg :.1'aa i
the few remaining cities fell short of I IwvAYR In south Cheshire.OobUnahlr I ... lea.pi". lit. IYtenburg .. a7A ., ... . '. .I I e
I ______ __
M. OoLUjuhlraUnwo.
000. During Oobbliuhlra of ----- -
the formative period of -

merest the new nation, therefore, all but the The roBkMt. rw i lf gor a*ever was.... Train All train* uth daily of Ht between Au ii.Jackannvlll tlne run daily*I and, :"t. Aoicu.tlue' ,

fraction of its citizens lived in b thejrbote stay -All the Year Around. Tralni II. *1. m sod Tt tusks. no Map between 3..t.. and Hi Aopttlne. 1
places' of small population the local af"n Tral.l a* >ike. lucl tUHMi betweeo JatkiuutlJle and Bt AuKuitlue, but Math of Bt Augusuas
,
1 = = l iboulfl9 50.85 only *t *ttl,n which time I* ibown +
| of which were easily administered The Teae ., SUM Train 13, 31 and.T Ir.--Jt fmrUw Can: between: Jx'kxinTllle. and Weet Palm Ketch)
ugh town meetings or other such I The Festnm Asinornm, or feast of Trml: 3* errle* lullma Huffet HuMj' >ln( rr en r ute teem New York tu HI Au
"apis TnlH >7 1* e ipi.ed escliulvely of l'ulm.! ears, .>ceptln| on Mondcye, :b:*I'.I.l I*
machinery._New York Post aase. was formerly held Jan. 14 to equipped! with 1 regular.--eTni '
HA. SODA I II tI commemorate the flight into Egypt .:* M carrle Pullma I IXnlnf *nd Sleeping can .n route 1*. Auguitloe to New Tart via l r. I
AWAHDjjfapacKages. II C. f and Buuthera Hallway.
A Dter.ae.. I There are still extant Mveral rituals of Tr l* a... omipiMd. eirluelveljr of ....lIwaalll..IIII.. nd Malar en Bt Aucaitln la New
To< "7 you made money ia bust- I this festival One, of Beauvai, In York via Aluuitle CoM Line.eioeptlnc ua Hunday ..... trala .U equli" .|.d with renter _b.*. 1
aes Trala 7* carrie Buffet Parkwears Weel Palm Hew'h to Jacksonville, ..>* fMtluiau Clasping.
I 'fktb ageedm.-.n.spoiia France order the priest to bray three can e* route Bt. Auruetlae to New Vork via.AlUnUe Gust UoeTnl .
"U"Certainly." replied the New York ; gtko time and the congregation to rewound > 74 canrle. Buffet Parlor ear Weet Palm Heach to Ml Aup.U...
-jri .nUy acwtelce4 yvol la M vvil.HU P ne ger. on train 31 and 7S .have Twenty Mlnntee for I>l.... at Ormoad "...C..... I
eacb time In a similar manner An a*., rueeagqn a. I ad 74 have tea BlaoUe for Inack al Onoond Jartl..
:What was your stock ia trader decorated with costly coverings, wa led TI U TlBic-Tabkt I .a lovwa toe taw al which. Iralne nay be eiperted M arrive and d>f'rt hen q
: 7 afUR & ea, ilk. TWt. 17 gneen turj'ikiuKtmrntt but ... ...... ,
Ifr&Qe tl lr the am sal etalhw their arrival or departure. at the U. .d U sot guaranteed not deea
W&Q' a stock in trade. It was a to the altar la a procession and with .. ... Unit .. .
tr Me let Ago mad .* it*trN JT.ayo-7Z** toe O hold rwpontlble for y daisy or as y conieqneatv .rtel.., tbercfemiJ.
inltock.WuhinrtoD Star. wtYS bps o. of '!''JoIC I,. K. S A1ROTT. JOttrH RICHARDSON.
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crops.The work along the East Coast Canal! Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't ReportBaking THE ROBBINUGRAHAM I flj
I(O A 1>S.
WAS Inspected, and wan found to be

Of the million\ acre of lands l In Drc satisfactory in every particular.-Palm
IJcrtch In Citizen.
v J county lean than six tlioimnd are cor.
Improved only about one out of aOXw -- D"VAI Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
:11S the comi>t roller' report. Thlc&i GOOD JIOAD8 IX MONKOI

>.alnn why our taxes are high. Our COUNTY.The LAW LOANS HEAL ESTATE
population I Is no small and our territory PowderABSOLUTELY ,
'
.o vast the bunion .er Is
i capita very people of Key West held a mass .
heavy Over ninety only cent of our meeting a few days ago, and passed a 3 We have for sale a large list of carefully
lands are mneMcd at 3;('U per acre' resolution unanimously requesting their!
Let u* build a good road at a coat of representatives to Introduce a bill at the PURE selected Indian River Properties,
10000.; If we can advertise that we i next session of the authorizing .
legislature,
--------- Sale Lands the Florida
hive the longest and finest shell road In the county of Monroe to bond Itself Agents for of of Coat Lillf

tie world It will attract homeneeker for the sum of 3oO,000 for the purpose I A Pink Social. Indlanola Plc-nlc. Canal and Transportation Co.CAN".AL .
and tend to nettle up our wild land, and of constructing a public highway and
U we can get people to engage In stock draw-bridges from Key West along the The annual 21st of March plc-nlo will LAN"DS.Florida .
mining the vat It I III not Im- I Mrs. Lund and Mrs T. T, Wetmorewill be held at Indianola on Thursday,March
on prairie chain of keys to Key Largo. Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A Key West Rall 'a\ ( ')
probable that our tax roil will double It Is frequently said that the people of give a pink social on Tuesday, the 21st Inst. All are cordially Invited. Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment I .". .lIJp
10th Inst In the
vacant store of
during the next ten years, so that we Key West lack energy and progressive- Capt.Lund PROGRAMME: and other Low Priced Lands.
on Washington avenue Admission -
ran pay for the road and at the same ness. From the above resolution we are 10 cent Cake and Ice-cream Beef shooting, Turkey pull, Sack race. JVTonoy: to Loan V.lxvctys on Ilnnt:
be .
time taxes will than at
our lighter Inclined to think tills charge Is without Ladies' foot race, Gents' foot race, Tub
served free. The in
present. If population of Drevarc public are cordially At Ten per cent, sums to tuit.
Foundation. According to the comptroller's Ladies' boat race, "Nigger In the
race,
should double the cost of the Invited. Write for Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.;
running Descriptive
report, the assessed value of aU wall," Tug of war, Island vs. mainland;
county government would not be much property In Monroe county is almost Ball In the club house. Grand march Titusville. Florida.
greater than It Is at present. Turn this precisely the same as that of Brevan Episcopal Church Services. 8 p. m. D. ST. CLAIR NISBET, .
thought over In your mind, and you who county; and yet, the people of Key West Secretary. -
oppose the road project may convince I seem willing to Issue bonds for double
yourselves that an Issue of bonds, at this the amount It Is proposed to Issue In Lent services will be held every I THE TAX UPON DOCTORS.FAUSTINA I
stage of our history, would be a wise Urevard county for a public road. We Wednesday evening at 730, up to Holy Fred S. Chaffee & Co. ;H

move. think, while the action of the people of Week. Lectures on the church history FLA., March 13, '0:;. ,
e.eA. West Is evidence of that will be delivered.
V e. Key enterprise,
Editor Advocate
the project Is absurd. There Litany every Friday morning at 10 :
non-resident of Rockledjjo, In the utterly are
Star of last week, says In speaking of places[ along the proposed road where o'clock, up to Holy Week. Gentlemen expressive enclose of the the accompanyIng sentlmentlof 4 THE CORNER DRUG STORE

the road project: "It seems to me if the there would have to be bridges or trestlework clipping Florida Medical ,
the president of the
ADVOCATE had any compassion on the over five miles In length, over A Pleasant livening at the Presbyterian Association, the license tax Imposed -
upon
poor residents of the county, It would bodies of salt water which separate the
Is laid
not try to spring this abominable and I ceys. Aside from this, we cannot see Church. I upon physicians. If It TITUSVILLE FLORIDAWe
with the expectation that physicians ,
the necessity of road such
unjust trap, at the present time, atleant. a public over from those
will collect that much more
." This correspondent has either a route. Tho transportation and travel On Friday evening March 22nd there aid
them for
who call professional ,
forgotten or Is Ignorant of the fact thai Between Biscayne Bay, the Keys and will be an entertainment at the above I In addition up"n to customary fees, It adds a try to keep a full stock of
the Star: deserves the credit of being the Key West, can be handled with much of Best
church. As the admlssson Is only lOcts., burden to those who are already unfor- Pure, Fresh Drugs Quality.
less
and convenience steam-
cate first journal the shell In road.Urevard Its county action to was advo-no boat.expense If the people of Key West by would we have no doubt there will be a large tunate above their fellow tax payers; let Purity, Freshness and Quality in Drugs is a very Important matter.
attendance. The following Is the
pro alone loss of time and other
necessary
doubt same subject prompted first by in the Voluula agitation county.of the It railroad put the bonds the project they propose might be to made Issue a a gramme: contingent expenses. It is therefore unjust to the the A good line of Toilet Articles, Stationery, Cigars, Etc., Eta
AN EVE5IXO whit LONGFELLOW. physician as a tax payer;
but have doubts whether
IM fair to with success, we our
hardly charge: us "springfng .. .,..... ... law should be repealed at the next session -
,; a trap" because we simply take up even a railroad to Key West would pay (tunic nil Call .. Answer Instrumental Holo of the legislature. We run our Business In "Op-to-Date" Methods. -- --

and discuss a matter was agitatedIn Interest on the Investment. Essay....:.:. :::,. ...... b'tlnntatlons.: Yours truly 't3f Special attention to mall orders. We will try and fill your wants bj nil
.... .... .
Volusia and the Mar Recitation. .. C'hlliren'.limir.Mnslc.
county, by In -- HOLMES. just as well as if called In All orders for goods in Block shipped
W.
GEO.
....: .... ..... ... Instrumental Holo you person. n
our own county, before we found time The Orange and Pineapple Anecdotes and Notre of ... .... ..'..Longfellow : day they are received. We want your trade.
and space to notice It In our columns. Reading........ I'enioiial Trait. of Longfellow FLA. Jan. 22 0:;.
This subject Is no "trap that Is being Crops.Mr. Mimic ..... .... .. .. .....IJnet APALACHICOLA, ,
It has been discussedfor Story...... .... .. ...Courtnhlp of Miles Btamlinh To the Medical rrofetiion of Florida:
sprung freely .... ...
three months and Is finally getting D. S. Ilutchlnson, who has beenon Song Romance\ :'':.:.:::. ...::::: :::::The hvangrllneBong Hrldge:: : Dear Doctors-As president of the J. S. Smith Jr. & Co.

down to a definite basis. We are advocating a cruise down Indian Illver, writes us ... .. ..... .. .... .... ........Kvangellne. Florida Medical Association I deem it c ,
the project In a fair and logical as follows: There will be refreshments composed my duty to call the attention of every
manner, and desire free and full discussion "We are on our way back to Titus- of Mlnnehaha cake, ice cream, etc. medical man, who Is in the regular prac- DEALERS IN -
before any final action is taken, andif ville. liy stopping in different places on tice of mediclse In the State of Florida,
a majority of our people do not favor our trip up the south branch of the St.Lucllt to the fact that we are paying as a profession
our side of the question and become satisfied and hidian rivers, we find the TITUSVILL13 WILYTIIim KK- an onerous tax to the state and
.
<.> BRICK
a e! as I
they do not, we shall certainly let ilneapples on the south-east side of St. POKT. county each year In order to practice a '*' 'I' ", 'I' ,.,
the matter drop satisfied that we have jucle river not badly damaged by the profession that necessarily forces every
done our full duty In the premises recent freeze. We examined different The following is a comparative state- one to do more or less gratltnous work. 5
latches. Mr. Dyer will have, at least, ment of temperature and rainfall for the In view of this state of affairs, I thinkit
V VA e.e malt a crop this year; and Mr. bewail, of weekending Wednesday, March 13, '9;>: the duty of each one to go to work Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Etc., Etc
non-resident who halls from Hock- icwall's Point, will have half a with the of county
crop. 1804.- -1895.VTE : .- representatives every
ledge in article In the Star last week.Sa'I AGENTS FOR :- Will always give very lowest price
an ,
There are pines set now as large as and see to it that the next session of
in speaking of the proponed shell ( MAX MIX. MAX. )IIN. ROME BRICK CO. Home Ga. and prompt shipments
goose eggs. Capt. Richards, at Eden, is the legislature repeal this inconsistent I
road: "The ADVOCATK can rest assured damaged more, but his orange trees and 7 7:; 69 73: 69 burden to the medical profession. COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta, Ga., Give us your orders and v>'e gus
that the little scheme w 111 fall, for If we ranges were not hurt. Capt. C. T. 8 77 68 83 02 Respectfully rUE CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO. antee satisfaction.

non-residents have no voice In the voting IcCaity's (at Ankona) young pineapple 0 80 69 0.1 48 64 Joe D. Ruse, M. D. OFFICE : WAREHOUSE :
71
10 78 67
part, we shall have something to say >atch-set out last year-looks well and Pres. Fla. Med. Ass'n. 138 East Street. McConlhe Block.Telephone .
11 78 55 84 (13 Bay
when It comes to ilght-of-way. This little damage was done to his plants
very
is a threat that the road will be blocked by the freeze. Capt. McCarty'ran e 12 82 fiO 77 04 Telephone 2M 883.
by refusal to permit a right-of-way trace did not lose their loaves by the 13 70 02 87 07 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
through certain property. We have no freeze. The pineapple patches at Fort Total rainfall for the week: 0.30Inch1I.
doubt the road will fat If normal rainfall for the
project certain 'lerce-even the young; patches set outlast D'parturelfrom
property owners refuse to grant free year-look very much damaged. week : minus 0.31 Inches. Departure E ail.Groceries :se:: D
right-of-way,; no matter how largo a here[ at Malabar, we were In Mr. Comstock' from normal rainfall since January tat; .,
maJority of the people favor the proJect. orange grove. His orange trees minus 2.00 Inches. ESTABLISHED Il6i.
The AUVOCATK Is very anxious to seethe are killed. Limbs on trees, 21 inches in J. E. LANOUETTE, JACKSONVILLE FLA Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
road constructed because we believe diameter, were killed. The bark burstedon Observer. ,
,lit win do a great deal to develop our the limbs which are quite dead. Idid
I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
county, but we can get along without not think there could bo so much
the road just about aa well aa anybody difference In that distance. Mr. Comstock Staple Sc JT'jMicy Groceries, 1/Vuit
i-Ue. and we me of the opinion that Brevartl was at work In his grove, and did From and After March t 1st And Food Products
afford to build the "
county cannot not seem to be discouraged.
4 Df: All Kinds. Also Stock of
road unless a practically free rightofway My

poor can man bo U secured.actually damaged Of course by, where havingto a In 1'ntor of the Itoiul.GLOIIGIANA I Offer my entire Stock of Goods at 10 and 15 Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,

hack his fence or a building he ,
move Ground Food and Wheat.I
ought to be paid the actual cost; but the March 12, 180-1. per cent off the present low cash prices am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above hoed

payments in such exceptional cases .Vi"". Graham .'Quitaggl''gate very little, but as to
:your patronage. Very truly
Have the election. Give tho road.
for land taken we no. Our us
paying say FOR: CASH.
:me L. I3FtADY.: :
We look forward not only to its completion -
motto Is: tOOOUO:! > If necessary, for construction -
but not one,dollar in payment but to a similar one on Merrill's J-y Will make this discount from the closest prices made by any one It Isnot : -- -
for land for rightofway.I'IIAlSUS island, cemented by a good substantial now a question of profits or losses, but am
bridge or bildgcs. Merrill's Island surey FEASTER &
BREITWISCH
Is a factor, and the day la near at hand Determined to convert my Immense Stock into Cash. (M5\
11ISCAYN1J BAY when this I Island will occupy no mean
H>sitlon In the county's revenue, and I realize I have too much stock for the hard times, and will make Attractive Successor to L. A Celeinan,
31 r. ringler nn l Party :Astoniolieil when all will be glad to boast of its lard Time Prices. ,II
Wholesale ,1
at the .*luctUcnoN balmy shores. The stock was never more complete and attractive with fresh, new goods, I and Hetall FLORIDA MEATS klDdaDealel'8
Yours truly, under contracts made before the freeze, and goods received since. In
nml Cllmnte. V. A. HistocK.
Call and Soo beforo making your Purchases.GKEO. .
Messrs. Flagler, Parrott, Ingraham and 55 Orange and Vegetable Growers.
Miles, who have been on an eight days' Musical Kntcrtalninciit at thc E : -ciI. ::.

outing In the lllscnyno Hay region returned Harlaii Hotel. _n _______ __ ___ ____ La Grange Fla.
here this afternoon. Mr. Kl.iprler
.. E. MUNN,1'....t. 8. 0. VANLASDINGIIAM, See, A Treu.WE .
expressed himself as being delighted A rare musical and literary entertainment
with the country south of here It was was given by some of the talented PIKENIX MILLS LUMBER CO.
U* tint visit to Biscayne Hay, and he guests at the liar Ian Hotel, Lake Helen, DUREN & FEASTER.GROCERIES
was astonished with the country, the on Saturday evening last, the following TITUSVILLK, FLORIDA. .
fertility or the soil, and the delightful choIce programme having been selected
Incorporated October, 11I9--8u..r. to R. lt.n on A Co.
climate.In for the occasion:
one place nearly seventy families PROGRAMME: :: Lath, Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber

hive farmers settled and within fruit eight mouths are buying, and Piano Solo .BUej.henU i All and Malden Fair Kept constantly\ on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched I OF ALL KINDS. Francis H, Leggett & W!
growers &antMi .. E. Hives ,
umber dressed to order Barrel heads and covers and cypress tanks of all sizes
land throughout the entire section Mrs. E. 1\.loon l Htake.
Oue farmer, who sent Mr. Flagler a Bong-Vben the flowing tI.I..u".ln. Millar made as called for. All Kinds Of Mouldings, Turned and Scroll Work aSpecialty.

crate of red-ripe tomatoes, said that he Cello ftolo-M Arl m.. Georgian........I.Turnlmlt..n. le .t\l. ancient. One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many years' experience, Fine Grroceries.
gathered crate from In C1wrl lilnmn..
one one plant. Mr.
: ,
Recitation ...Th* Tenor 10 that we are prepared to make estimates and take contract for the construction ,
(by
the cultivation of tomatoes and other
vegetables pineapples oranges, limes, I M"ltl\ce: : \ Mason.lxrcanuetolt.. and the most building satisfactory of all kinds manner.of private Can and and public see us edifices before purchasing on reasonable elsewhere terms and in Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all lied
lumons and the land has
grapes, no .. . ., lady's bowerMiie
Bung Mr
equal In the state New river and otherinland Georgian TurubuU. Correspondence and Patronage Solicited. CROCKERY, GLASS AND TIXWARE.jy .
streams were found to be fillet Cello Solo..Ronuna ...... J. Becket -
with tarpon. he Mr.Charles Oilman. Agents for Williams Clark Fertilizer
Co. Yeur orders solicited
Jri 17IeThye tm Dramatic Reading .. etooi saw millions tolecttoui .. ::::: :::8.b. Four Rntnoe WANT
of the party predict a great future for ).... HardraitU Ml. M. \N nodwanlTonr -- Very Truly, 2D"Ujr"OIX C3 :JIol\.stor.
the Biscayne Hay section The productiveness Luin|>kta Miss' /l.Turubull

of the land is marvelous. A Mr.IlMllnict.. liar dim tie MluO.TurnbullMr 1111. A. Muoll TO DO *:YM ***
hole II made In the rocky loll with a Mr. Marlow MUiA MMOB liTHE LITTLE BROWN JUG."
crooked stick Is Mr. Hardiaatle Mrr Ii.. N.Hlake.
a pineapple slip planted,
.. .
and the soil and the air do the rest The' Hung stellaConadeet. UobardlMine

same can be said of tomatoes and other Olio Obligate Ueorglana.. .Ttirnhull.Mr.Charles Gil ma* o Your Watch Repairing Old Kentucky JRc,t/NtYp

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jO' . -.-RYE OR BOURBON.
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Satisfaction and Promptness ONE GALLON
Delivered
:I A COOKING SCHOOL la Sealed Case (no marks) at your '
depot, freight prepaid
) +" OUR MOTTO.ANTHONY
z. ; now exists which, recognizing On Receipt of $3

tRd4 1iic1thcimportanceofhavingplentyi0 BROS., Titusville Fla. All business Strictly ConfldenUl. '
Addres t
( P of milk on hand for cooking r f i s

'/t purposes, hat found that WANKLYN & CO.,

> a Borders Peerless Jacksonville Fla.
;" LUMBER! V
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RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T tW (}. .

Creamy We are making special prices on Lumber Notary Public* last *'J

g
+rr Florida Real
meets iU requircmenti, Estate Exchange
,o i 1 r"i A an4 therefor highly InJixie Lath and Shingles In car lots, toall points South on the

ume. J Jt St. A. & I. R. R'y. For .M Particulars, AddressBUILDERS
r.. :r Writ us for descriptive list
fr&-.4 eM Biunntettt bj the New York CondeMe4 Milk Co. price

is Uncklvdir luiKiiur to .......pare4 milk or rrm. SUPPLY CO, POSTOFFICE BOX 18O. _
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