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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: March 22, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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 )
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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
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
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'TIS NOT IN MORTALS TO COMMAND SUCCESS, BUT WE'LL DO MORE-DESERVE IT.3STo. .

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1.10. 7. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY' MARCH 33 :1895. Price,5c.




foCAL NEWS, Head This Column Carefully -Mrs. C. S. Schuyler and family left -Mr. E. I,, Brady has been enjoying Wanted to lachnngo The New Process Ganotlne Hit.,,.. +

here Monday on a visit to friends at Mal himself at Palm Beach this week. ,

(topics of General Interest. Cy Advertisements on this (first) abar. A {food baker'
-Grand concert at Hotel Plaza, Rock- A 3.0 acre farm In Hamilton county, ,
page are ten cent line week and
are continued from per week to per week unless, -Mr. O. K. Wood, one of Cocoa's ledge, on Monday evening next. Fla., for an orange grove. Address! A record breakerA '

prominent merchants In town .4 W. I.. 1'MOM AX, Valdosta! Ga. home maker,
otherwise ordered. was on
S1dCr' :. Reading notices on -Last night another bicycle raffle 'TIs such' a "taker,"

(; .litnreDVOCAT any page but the first, are five cents per Tuesday. took place In town, Station Agent Hodg- The "New Process;j"

@AN line each Insertion. -Head the new ad. of the I. B. Dar.ling don being the winner. For Kent, a llrlck Store. For sale right away,

Fertilizer Co. on our 8th page of -Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Tl't'lItlw"1 and By Ray A Dav,

THE ADVOCATE EAGLE CLOTHING block Stone, In the his Issue. Miss Kate Whltfleld, of Rockledge, were Do you need a good brick store In anxcellent Titusville, Fla.

leading clothiers Titusville the East, are the -Mr. Roy Puckctt was the fortunate In town on Monday.Mr. position In town, and away Buy It,
on Coast of
M winner of the bicycle raffled In town from wooden buildings ? If so, cation Try It,
on
Florida. Give them a trial. J. J. Jacob, of Wheeling, W. And wont deny It.
oblilns! Graham C. II, Walton you
Wednesday evening. Va., ha been down at Fort Pierce this or ,

Krw spring goods arriving daily at the Capt. T. E. Richards, of Eden, was week, enjoying the fishing and bunting. ADVOCATE offlcc, Titusville, Fin

+ a_ Eagle Clothing Store, Titusville, Fla. In town on Monday. He Is very much -Civil Engineer G. T. Spencer, of the OranjjeWo 1110"011I 1

In favor of a county shell road. canal company, has been down south Collateral harbor

I Vtets.AM( selling partially slack lime for -Col. W. II. Harris, proprietor of theNickelPlate this week, looking after the work on the It'knnwit'lllttrl'l'.I"t o( a bunch of
barrel.
per L. C. Oliver.
Circus, gave the ADVOCATEa canal In case of trouble with :Spain, I'ncle orange blossom from the grove of Mr.

WHERE to stop. :See list of hotels on pleasant call on Monday morning.Tax -1\Ir Roswell Coleman has In-en appointed yam will probably realize<< that he has F leaves:. 1'. Porcher the at branch Courlenay.: alll"ltll The
are
our 4th and 7th pages. Collector E. W. Hall has been conductor by the J., T. K. W. undo a mistake In not Improving the on orange tiers
Coiirtrnav's are
Co. Mr. Sherman Single parlor at Canaveral, which would be the ireen. mange
Railway tier
town this week
attending to the tax evidently not all killed by the late freere.
DEE blanks lOc. each J.OO books and ton resigned. lost available point from which to com-
; $: per 100, at receipt of moneys for same.
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the
Straits of Florida. The harbor -
the ADVOCATE
office. -Miss McCall, who has been spendingi -Contractor F. W. Beers<< Is putting In may lie l'onKtrut'tt'tllalorj; but "bet- To He Ultcn Avvmy. M a
a new track scales for the Flagler Railway
couple of week or so with friends tt'r late than never"
STOP at the City Barber Shop-white at West Palm Beach similar to
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lockledge: returned to town on Monday. !
barbers. Razors honed. the one he built at Titusvllle. "Information for Homeni'pkers on the ;

-Mrs. J. G. Hall, who his Wen spending A Trip to the Men-Hide. East roast of Florida;" partly illustrated t
FI1i watch, clock and jewelry repairingat some weeks In Titusville and St. Dame Rumor says It will not be longere and l full of useful Infoimatlon. "Tho
Anthony Bros. the Augustine has returned to her home In the noon trains" on the Klngler Railway '
Jewelers. .and of the Sky and Beyond, with I'I'Illustrations.
Providence; R. I. and J., T. A K. W. Railway will\ betaken The launch Ozone, In command of .'rl'Iat the ADVOCATE +

t FOR first clans off. 'apt J. P. Tumor, will leave Titusville
and
EtlTASA shoemaking: repairingcall Professor Kennedy of the Tltiis\ille olllce', Titusville, "'hl.l.'n,1 .
on J. A. Daughtrv at Mr. Xolie's every Saturday at 1:00 o'clock m. for
; public school who has been -Mr. T. Howard Knight, who has 1' two-cent stamp to pay pontage.
old stand Titusville Fla. attending .Cl Dora-by-the-.Sea, and I will return to
the Teachers Convention Ocala been studying medicine In New (>iloan*
at returned 'itusvlllo at 11 a. m., Monday, until fur-
during the past winter, has returned to
to town
You just ought to see the new Easter on Saturday night. Melbourne. her notice. Tickets, f1.l0( the roundtrip The Canning of Plnli.

goods at Anthony Bros., Titusville. -Don't forget the Interesting entertainment of S. D. Geiger, Titusvlllo. Meals,

general public Is not a mindr. : which will be given at the -Traveling Pass. Agent R. T. Patton's :.lets. ; bed, S>.'>cts, or you can bring your Capt. John F. Horr, president of the
If It does not know what Presbyterian church this genial face was observed at Rot'k- basket and blanket, and on the
you TUB Eagle Clothing Store are receiving, (Friday) even- camp John F. lIorr Canning Co., Informed us
fur sale, how can you expect it to their new spring clothing, straw hats, Ing. Admission only 10 cents ledge on Wednesday-doing business for beach. that he has canned, Mince the beginningof /
his company, the Plant System. Uutil further
notice the launch Ozone
1 ask fbr your goods. underwear, etc., and are marking all -Mr. M. F. Dwyer and family, who the M'HKon, over 33,0(10 can<< of King
goods to suit the hard times. have been spending the winter at Hotel -Commander Mackenzie, of Charleston will omit her Wednesday trip halt, which, met with! rapid alo. This

Indian River, Rockledge, are now In S. C., Inspector of the Cth lighthouse lea new venture, and one which we

The ADVOCATE may be had at SEND In your orders for vegetable crates their summer home at New York. district, arrived In town yesterdayand Not DlHconrageil liy the Freeze. rust the captain will find profitable.
reven's drug store and Mrs. Emma early. I have the best crates. G. F. left, to-day, on an Inspection of all Key West AIv'rtlMl'r.-Why can't wean I
-Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Gray, of Horford the Indian River lie and I other Hsu Indian
i e news stand, 60. per copy. Paddison, Eau Gallic and Titusville. post lights along pompano on
Mills, X. Y.; Mr. LevlKurney, of Ithaca, expects to reach Jupiter on Sunday.Mr. The Rev. J. T. Huntington, of Hart- tlver tNew

he ADVOCATE don't cost you threeper N. Y.j; and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Martin, of ford, Conn., who owns a big tract of +

week, postage included, whenby LosT-from Titusville wharf, a black, Owenton, Ky., were in town Monday. I II. Huntington, Ph. D., of Col- and at Lyrata, near the head of Indian HoaiiH arc lielng .Shipped.
round-bottom row boat. Any Infor- umbia college, brother of the late Mr.
the River is nut at all dlscourged the late
year. mation return of the boat will be -Titusville public school will end Its I John W. Huntington, of Lyrata, Indian freeze and be Intends by
,tad ad. on our 8th rewarded C. F. Fischer.To term for this season on Friday next. River and Hartford Conn. says extending his
Anthony pros. suitably by I was examined grove to 1,000 tree. He will also lease" "Several crate of new l cans have been l
I'arents will then have extra work to do, in court at Orlando Tuesday
open on some of his land to small truck farmers brought up from the lower Indian\ River
I
It c. T. McCarty, of Ankona, was LET, a fine brick store In the ADVOCATE looking after of mischief.their children and keeping and was admitted to practice a* -from 00 of these acres-and will puta this week, by the Indian\ River /Steamboat ; ,.-
them out
the
and counsvllor-at-law
n on Monday. block, Titusville. Excellent location attorney pump on every plat. Mr. Huntington company's steameis. This I.1 a
Possession may be had at -Contractor J. D. Maclennan, of St. several court of the :State of Florida.Mr. talks choorfully of other improvements rood sign of more prosperous times InIIt"I'

r deo. M. Robbins and Col. D. L. once. Apply to Robbins & Grahamor Augustine, was in town a short while Huntington'. Florida and Connecticut be expect to make on bin tine hammock '' for the fanner; and we trust bean

t ,en. of this place, have been attend- C. II. -Walton, ADVOCATE office, Monday, on his way to OiUndo. He friends will be pleased to learn this. I land. will now he shipped In such quantity

urt at Orlando this week.r Titusville. the bat the grower' exchequer III be considerably
to at
expects spend some days Royal -Mr. A S. Thompson sold a Monarch

and Mrs. E. Nelly, of Parkers- I'oinclana this and next week. bicycle to Miss Viva Hill, of Cocoa, on enhanced-to make up for stole

W Va., arrived in town on Mon- CALL and Inspect the new, nobby styles -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. W. Blakeslce, of Monday. During the past two week be Roman Catholic Church* for I of his IOMHU during/ the late freeze

on their way to Rockledge and of spring and summer clothing, straw New Haven, Conn., who have been spend has old fourteen bicycles between Titus Tit wn lIIe.

Beach hats and negligee shlrU. All our ing the winter at their Rockledge home, yule\ and West Palm Beach. Mr. Thompson I A Hail Accident at Daytona.
goods are made In the verylateltdesigns. Informs us that be has given his
he many friends of Mrs M. E. up have returned north, where the ADVOCATE up The Right Rnv. John Moore, ItUhop -
I Titus with Co. and I
+ Eagle Clothing Store, position the A vera Grocery ,
ItII an to learn of her continued follow them. of Florida, was In town :Saturday taut
sorry ville, Fla.MONKT. will devote his whole time to the bicycle Wilting the ADVOCATE on Wednesday
end hope to see her out again at -Col. Aaron DeGrauw, of El Dora; business, having rented the armory over and gave the ADVOCATK a pleasant call. our Daytona correspondent says:

l It date. : We want money to loan on first and Mr. Day, of Oak Hill, were In townon the county jail for that purpose, where The Bishop', the informed us that build he had A very sail accident happened r\n We signed contract to
,<-i 'r. A, Jordan will hold services real estate mortgages.: Ten per cent Monday, ,and gave the ADVOCATE a he will teach any lady bow to ride a just church In Tltusvilln the size of which a umilay morning at the homo of Mr.

'darn on Sunday next, the 24th free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden pleasant call. CoL DeGrauw came downIn wheel, free of charge, commencing on will be 60x.i: and 12x12.: Work henry Alston, In Wayrross. Mr*. Alston

at 11 a. m. and TM p. m. All are & Sanders, Titusville and West Palm his naphtha launch, and returned the Monday next, from J to 4 p. m.Yesterday's will commence, shortly MacrUtry, and: It will lie with her two months' halt In her
n invited. Beach Florida. same day. wlII.t.rtlnIowo allightuf stairs
I arum, /
Times-Union says: finished by May. The contract ha* been
F; more you make people believe Easter Sunday Is rapidly drawingnear 'Loriilard's stable boat, Tomoka, is lyIng let to JUST received Stock of boat anti fell. The result wa that
advertising, the more advertis- cypress and many of our married men are at the city dock, foot of Marketstreet for the sum of (1,117, without painting
your and mother ba l-
lumber. Also nice sticks for the child' klllud the <
ill believe In you, and the more some beginning to dive deep into their pocketsto taking on hay and grain for the or pla terlnjt. The structure will be wa
ill believe In advertising. masts, booms, etc. G. F. Paddison, supply their wives with the needfulto horses and cows on board. It Is a well- erected on the vacant land east of the 11 hurtliniirotciiientM

Eau Gallie, Fla. purchase the time-honored Easter arranged boat, and the six horse are Grand View hotel --- ---

Jr! E L Rogers, of Potsdam, exI bonnet.Mr.. stabled just as comfortably a* though In Bishop Moore I I. gentleman of excellent on UIMt.U) lie Hay.

I to leave for Camp Caribou, Me., :NOTICE. Laundry:No. 1, on Washington a stable on land. Several fine hunting characteristics/ and be Is always a
|week< to spend the summer in that avenue, Is now open. All washing A. S. Thompson, our well dogs are on hoard and also a buggy, welcome visitor to the ADVOCATE olllce.
u hunting known bicyclist, has just received a very Mr. Moore, of Minnesota, who recently
| region.apt sent there will be got up In good which I* used by the owner when he
l. handsome line of bicycle belts, which he bought a 20-acre:. tract of Biiu-ayne lIay
shape, and work" guaranteed 83t1lfao- wishes to take a drive. The house-boat
J M. Paine
after he will sell for cash. Graham
Informs us cheap front from Robblns Chilling-
Ii 1 week at his homes tory. Polishing a specialty. Family Caiman, I.I lying In the stream at the The IMnk Sot lal. ,
delightful at
reduced rates. feb8-tf Call and examine them before they are worth, of West Palm Buach, Is preparing
has washing at foot of Liberty street. During the gale II
I returned
to his home atapolil all disposed of. LO build a fine residence and make other
yesterday morning the Tomoka had one
,
} and soundly Minn., where he arrived WE now want money to loan on first -CoL D. L. Gaulden, of this place, of her bulwark slightly damaged by being The above affair-given for the benefit extensive Improvement on his purchase

.t mortgages on real estate. Loans net represented several cases before the circuit tossed against the house-boat. The of the Episcopal church by Mesdames fourteen men are now at work on the

it'Howard Paul, of London, passed lenders ten per cent free of all ex judge at Orlando this week, one of river was so very rough that It wa Wetmore and J.untl-carne off a* announced ,[tlace, clearing, ditching, grading etc.

fc'" here Monday, on his way to penses. Interest paid semi-annually. them being the case of J. I. Turnage vs.Sammis. deemed best to tie the stable boat to the In last week' ADVocATE, on lime property referred to Is at Ewanton

Reach. Mr. Paul Is a well known Absolute safety. Robbins & GrahamCo. The Injunction was dissolved, dock." Tuesday afternoon. The store of Captain Height, thriving settlement just south
I' did and Lund wa nicely decorated by the of Cocoanut Grove It will be remeiul -
ordered be restoredto
I collecting "Impressions Titusville, Fla. and the property to
-The of English capitalist and flowers ered the ADVOCATE referred to
South' Turnage.Mr. party adieu, the cake, Ice cream, l that : a
Interested In O.OilO acres of land at Hobe napkins, and everything In connectionwith tlftoen-arre tract of land In the same
h. lowest but
town> bas therefore the cheapest Harry party, went up see It was pink-so much so that a settlement bought by Mr. -
been removed from the Scrim best quality, lumber and of Capt. R. I>. Paddison, from Wilmington what way the land could be utilized, re- party asked us If It was given by the a year or so ago, which be baa
building
.Mildiiy! to the premises of Mr*. G. F. Paddison Gallie., N. C., stopped here a short while, turned to the Royal Polncianalast night ADVOCATF, which I I. known* the "pink since Improve Mr. Moore I II a friend

Titus >n Washington avenue, material, Eau Monday, In their private car. They They were well pleased with the section paper[ of the East Coast. Mewlame of Mr. McCormick.

:opposite Humph' *tore.f were on their way to Palm Beach. Mr. and It Is evident that a colon of English Wetmore, Lund and Reynolds, and the

f De Witt Webb THE real value of an article Is not whatit Walters Is the vice-president and gen may settle there. A hotel is talked of Misses Louise Jones and Aline Egger

I[ through here, of St Augustine his, costs, but what It's worth. Our eral manager of the Atlantlo Coast Line by the gentlemen, but nothing will be dispensed the good thing provided for Death of the Late Keeper oC

attend a patient Monday at Eau, GallleG. on new line of shoes for spring use are Railway.Mr. decided until a meeting of the syndicate those who were In attendance The admission Canaveral Lighthouse.HU .

''Ill George really the cheapest shoes we have ever I. held In London, Immediately on their was ten cent each, which Inclu
of well
Forsythe district at- E. L. Bradbury, the
old when the actual wearing worth return. In the Swiss Smith
1of ltocheater partywer. ded cake and Ice cream The event realized
N. Y. who I said known canning firm of L. Bradbury 4
. quite Is considered. Julius Kline, Titus Y. Y. who has been Mr. Brlgg: Mr. Angus and Mr. Silliman. fi.20. A* usual several membersof TntfU Kmdtag.

nile Fla.GETZINGEB. Son,the Elmyra winter In, the lIaulover spending neigh They were accompanied by W. Gordon other denomination were present *.t Our Eau Galll correspondent write

raveling passenger Agent Jaudon In 1few Itrown. At Jupiter they were the well a* Episcopalians, which show a us as follow with reference to the sad
town days
7e borhood
JI the Flagler Railway, passed A FHCHEB, Titusville, are stopped home Wednesday guests of Mr. Snyder, of Cincinnati, who spirit of friendliness among our religioussects death of Capt. Knight
b this week returning on
; net Monda,, 00 his way tovisabaratroWest turning out the best soda water. The I in the,naphtha launch Ozone. Mr. took them up the Indian River In his which I II to be much commended.ICollliiN The unfortunate and deplorable circumstance
Palm Beach. He Indian River Bottling Works is gettingto launch.-Tropical Sun.
the state. Bradbury will visit other places on Indian connected with the death of
its ban. the Cart '* awhile'rien be known throughout River and Lake Worth ere returning Capt. James M. Knight at Stuart, last
:' with the east west coast wishIng College Ladle QuartetteWill
or
some of his Titus- Parties on should call for strict .
this north for the summer. Manager II. W. Merrill la aI'morlte. Monday, a prohllrIlion
soda water summer,
handle
to
'
of the unauthorized sale of drug
Ii. will ;do well to write this firm. Purer -The editor of the Monticello Tribune .
Abet". 0 Riley and Miss Mar. Give a c.rt.. the t'Issa HoUl and poison. lie bad been on a spree it
made than is manufactured occasion to remark that be was
: Ie, '" Boston, were pleasant goods nnthem took HorklwU, es MoacUr JI..&. Palm Beach for over a week, and oa
iv. notified of Invited to the
on neither nor walked the railroad
ADVOCATE Our Palm Beach correspondent writes Friday night up
: on Monday well
With reference to the above
school
exercises of the
:cT>n have been Washington Day us that on Monday evening, Manage track to Stuart, where b* lay down In a>
1 spending Is In his town. lIe has evidently yet to known and popular la/lies' quartette, the section house to sleep. It I I. said that
of Freemason
muster Merrill of the Polnclana was
4I1JUD Augustine, and expect -A large Royal presented Times Dec. "The
learn that it Is against general principle Tampa Dally 21,111':
Special and before reaching Stuart he stopped at
this Friday) night with diamond ring
requested for ( a superb
Push for beautiful music of the
the Florida editor to room Tampa Bay
< :defter Wednesday'. work at Indian River Lodge No. W.Rollins to Invite country silver toilet set, as well a*other valuable hotel tilled wltb critical and Kltcbing' store, at Pgtsdam, and put.chased .
anything; but that he Is expected "to wa a *ppreclatlve sis bottle of laudanum
from of his admirers presumably
c {V. all and do all and be all with present many audience, gathered In antlcl
i'r' ,
S. Conner, of Tren- College Ladle Quartette know Last an ADVOCATE: representative I to ue as stimulant. The six
Lrt Mr, and Mr at Hotel Plaza, cheerfulness, courage and vim."-Cocoa year potion of a rich musical treat. They
,*rt t W. O. will give a grand concert was present when the presented empty bottle were found near him.
the choice
-", who have been next. Do Public SpiritC. valuable were not disappointed In proItJ'lmme thrown drink-
ipend- Rockledge, on Monday night him with a very gold rendered the Rollln where he had them after
/ ; left mill this treat. and arrived the him by College I hag the contents. The law I* strictIn
|ewe t LuciekNew not B. Cory family on watch. The.present* were given ai Ladle Quartette, which won golde n I very
Smyrna, and here for several and the prohibition of the sale of poison
week
bay last are an appreciation of esteem, we understand '
which this their first In
; < N. C. on -Look out for the bicycle race will 1 laurel on appearance other than authorized awl
e) heirsrespectl days, during which time Mr. Cory that Assistant-Manager Davis I The Misses Peck Crook and by persons
after-
JCnj ,. homes, will be run In town next Thursday wheel- his search for specimens In hU I and MeMrs. Napier, Berry, Boniface, Tampa. have fine well-trained voice I I evidence of its violation by almost every
i to reach In ApriL noon at 4 o'clock. Several! of our Pursue work. He Is one of the bestknown -- Bevln, Knecke, and other were tb, Moreman each grocer along the Indian River can very
men will ride on that occasion. that harmonize perfectly ODe easily be bad. The penalty for suck
,Ath 1; ornithologists In the country antIs prime mover In the affair.
W add to each other."Thl.11 .
to beauty
H seeming
Jf n;. Harri, of valuable book remarks violation I* heavy, carrying both
several suitable
who ha the author of A few very were ladle' very
HonUngton of the finest
f "Ida op their here a few -The Rev. J. T. and other branches 01/ made took one quartette line and Imprisonment. Capt. Knightwas
and
'r -n, been a week or ao at fcnterprie on ornithology the presentation place, In the South, and several has compared '
to St. spending t
known all
way well ana along
The baa traveled much to the astonishment of Manage favorably
a lie natural history. party
to-day.
Ormond J
; ; 'atksonvllle leave for them to the famous New England
-S'. purchased, from Eden, at Ormond and from Lake Worth la their own wagon,,, Merrill, who replied In a very neat and J (quartetteLllUatAnnSne.." the last Coast having been for a long
1 I 4,1 9 ;, some plne- will probably preach the 24th and 31st. and have been about sic weeks on th feeling speech. Mr. Merrill I* quite a time connected wltb Capt. McLean on
a.MrTlbbal*, of New Daytona on Sunday, the trade-boat Norrua. He wa fomernly -
.: ''e l Mra. will accompany trip, taking In every enjoyable featur favorite, and the ADVOCATE join wit
'''t, +1 Harris, who gave Mr. Harry Huntington where will between here and their starting; pointall his numerous friend In congratulatlnhim This quartette will b* In Rockledg o lighthouse keeper at Canaveral.

.t, < L' ah* Cottage spok very his father to Ormond weeks,ere returning they to standing the trip well.-Tropleabun. I upon his good luck, which it wel I Monday next March M, .and will glv Deceased was a widower, and leave taco
about two
,\ the place spend merited. concert In Hotel Plaza. Admission&c.. on*.
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been stopping at Eden. their home In Hartford Conn.







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2 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 22, 1895.



I Assessed Value of Hallways lullrevard experiments In Massachusetts showing

County. an Increase of 11.3 bu of corn and 1,308 Clyde Steamship Co]

pounds of stover from the use of fertilizers .

rich In potash In Kentucky, ter
[RE-PCBLIRHED: BT RLQCLSTIAccording *
tllizera rich In potash were profitable for
to the report of the Comptroller
In fact I could dozens
corn. give
4 iy I
7i'3, assessed
for 1894, the value of I
experiments showing the beneficial
railways and rolling stock In Brevarc
effects of fertilizers on corn, and I In
county for 4S04 was .48 ,611; while the
many of them the land had previous!
I assessed value of all the personal property -
had yearly applications of barnyard
of private Individuals the county
; manure; and, while rich In some of the IRREGULARITY I
for 1894 was only $280,100.
The assessed value of all railways and fertilizing Ingredients, refused to give Is that what troubles you? Then
good crops on account of poverty I In remedied
it' and
I easily promptly
rolling stock In the state for 1894 was
while the assented value of others by Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellet\
cute May Bfnllrv $17,608,273, L. O, PATTERSON. They regulate the system perfectly New York, Charleston and Florida Lit
I alt the personal property of private Indlvlduals .
Take one for a gentle laxative or
In the state was only $17,484,060
Born a Genius ABOUT UISCAYXi HAY. corrective ; three for a cathartic.If of
The Steamships this
The explanation of this Is that the comptroller magnificent Line are
I suffer from Conntipatipi ,
Disease Threatens to Cut In obedience to law, assesses the you Bilious Attacks Sick pointed to sail as follows :
of the of Indigestion, ,
Is
Short a Noble Career railroads at their full cash value six or all Biscayne the pretty Bay bodies one of water prettiest alonFlorida's or Bilious Headaches, or any derangement Calling at Charleston, S. C, Both Ways.

seven thousand per mile- while the of the liver stomach STANDARD TIC a.)1
,
But Hood's Sarsaparllla Restore various county assessors assess private twelve hundred miles of coastline or bowels these little Pellets. From New Tork, Frnm .,,,....,
try STEAMER .. "
(heels ,
Good Health. possessing an Indescribable charm (2E.H.1) r '
Individuals for their personal property, They bring permanent cure. Instead Monday, Feb. 2.1, at 3.00 p mWednesday .AIOONCH ...Sunday. Ma' "
Llllle Mar H ntlcjr U an elneutlonlst which tires off. The old. '1
accomplished or
at from one-third to one-tenth Its value. never wears and 27, at 3 no p m .. BIM1NOIK. Tuesday
and natural born a'*!aker/only 12 rears est Inhabitant Is today as enthusiast of shocking weakening Friday: Mar 1, at 3.nn p inft ::: IItrNt'UIN: Thurmlaj; ,
of age. She li the only child temperance lecturer See I When It comes to paying tax bill the system with violence, like the TuepiUt,. at 3 no p m .CHROK..Sunisl, I j
over Its beauties as when first attractedby n, at Ito) ..AI.U"XI/I'IS.. Tliursday,
before the public Her genius, the corporations are good things to in Friday pm "
however very pills they act a
ordinary Monday, 11, at 3.nfl |> ni ..RIMINOIK.II Sunday ,
did not exempt her from an attack of a disease have handy (?) them; and, i In perfect keeping with perfectly easy and natural waiThey're 1vedneeday: 14, at bJst i p m xI (IIS .. Tuesday, .
of the blood. Her own words bent tell the.ter)'. the whole, especially noticeable to Friday, in, at 3 no p m CHKKOKIKIKIKjl Thursday, :
"C. I. Hood A Co., Lowell, Man*. the smallest, the easiest to TueMiy, 111, at 3:no p m .... AI.\lI.I'i.: f Hinday, I'
: OUT. strangers, Is the perfect balminess of the take-and the for Friday, 32, at atm p in .1'.: H\!If..: hurmlay,
"I with ONLY ONI NIGHT chtojKit, they'rgtaranteed "
heartily Join the many thousands that Monday' 1.1, at ace phi. OIH., Suntay
are recommending Hood'i Sariaparllla. I had atmosphere, totally different from that to give satisfaction, or Wetlnesday, 27, at 8.00 pm.. ....("HHfuKU": ... Tuesday AI". ;

been troubled from Infancy with gatherlnxs I'aliii Beach, ltO'klec1geOr.iaonel of most warm countries There are your money is returned. You pay Friday, 29, at 3.oo p in ALOOMICIN Thursday, _
the hea<1. 1 was compelled to leave school :
the doctor1 advice I lie ': neither mists nor fogs, and this peculiarity only for the good get.
thought It was the July and All Points the East you
thing tosavemyIllsbut1Continued on extends along all the East Coast, Philadelphia and Jacksonville Line,

to Crow Worse. Coast to Aftliev Ille, N. C. from quite a distance north of Lake
.. ,
Weekly service between .Tarksom and Philadelphia calling at ( I
I was persuaded finally by a friend to try Hood's Commencing Sunday, March 1'7tb. the Worth. All observing writers have noticed IN every case of Catarrh fast freight! ; Steamships "Oneida" andUnyah" are |>|>omted to sail as foil ,.

Barsaparllla. The use of one bottle acted sfHood's31aCures- Southern Railway, in conjunction will and spoken of it, and high medicaauthorities that seems hopeless can FROM PHILADELPHIA. STEAMSHIP.ONEIDA. FROM .i ,. '.HTFiids

the remarkable you Saturday, Februay 23th.: . . . . . . }'rllla, )la
the F. C. A P. will Inaugurate a through attribute
:: depend upon Dr. Sage's Ca. Saturday, March 2nd . . . .WINYAII. . : \ iia.iFrliU l
line to Asheville\ N. C. via healthfulncss of the section to this
sleeping car March 9th..ONEIDA. .
tarrh Remedy for a cure. Saturday, : ]lar.1,
-feetJnl'lIJIOo the blood and I began to Improve. Savannah, Columbia and Spartensbnrg, cause, some going so far as to say that. Saturday, March 16th. . . ..WIN . FilhMu.,

After the UM of three bottles the gathering leaving Jacksonville at 6:20: p. m., upon no matter how many people there maybe ; It's proprietors are so sure Saturday, March 2.Jrd: .. . . ONEIDA. . Fri.laMarj
ceased! and I am eured of my former trouble I
owe my life and will always remain n trite friend arrival of East Coast Line train arrivingat here, an epidemic of fevers or cholera of it that they'll pay $500 in

to H,<|'s SarsaparllU., Indiana." LILUR Oct MAT HOOD'S.Hood's DENT.Mr .. Asheville, the following day at noon. would be Impossible. One of its peculiarwe cash for any incurable case. St. Johns River Line.

Pills act easily, yet promptly and thus giving passengers a daylight ride might say phenlmenal-qualltlell, Sold by all druggists.

fflcleutly on the liver and bowel 200. through the mountains of Western North' Is to produce restful sleep by night, and

Carolina-"The Land of the Sky and an exhilarating vigorous feeling by day, For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points

SOCIETIES ETC. Beyond. both being felt at once. Insomnia and the St. Johns River.The .

line also two similar troubles cannot exist here.-
This operates through Napoleon aDd His Pipe. Elegant Iron Hde-Wheel SteamersOJT
.
Free and sleeping car lines dally between St. Aug. Frank Dean, Cocoanut Grove cor. 10 Napoleon was a snuff taker in a mild

ustlne, Jacksonville, New York and eastern Savannah Times. way smelling of the tobacco rather 'OXTY J.E1GIiSONVILLE,"

Accepted Masons points. than snuffing it, but never learned to CAl'T. W. A. SHAW,

smoke. Once only according to his
The Florida and Cincinnati Limited
NOTES ON STOCK RAISING valet, Constant, he tried a pipe. The attempt "rIL3 ]: 'xI DoBARY: ,"
also runs over this line-only one night
out-between Jacksonville and Clncln IN GEORGIA. of which Constant gives a hu CAPT. T. W. LUND, JK.
Indian r tuavllle morons account, was on this wise:
Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville dally except Saturday at 3.30 p.m..and n.
natl Jacksonville at 630
River leaving : m.
/ / Fla. p. An eastern embassador Persian
9 The Valdosta (Ga.) Times publishes or dally except Sunday,at ttl a. m.
Lodge, v d No. 00 daily. Turkish, had presented the emperor
Interview with Mr. J. W. Harrell 8o1"fH 1tUL'ND. DUSTS
a a
an BCHLUULE.
Also sleeping cars to St. Louis and with a handsome oriental pipe and one Read dawn. I a"du

holds Its mnptlnic eeroniand fourth 'Fri. Kansas City via Everett and Atlanta. Lowndes county planter, which disclose day the fancy took him to use it Con. Leave 3 30 m. .Jacksonville.
p.
day vile of st pert 7Uii.niiiiilh m.J.iNaeusL at the UmrUmiise: ,Titus- Any ticket agent can give you information some facts that will be suggestive to scant, at his master's request, got every ', 3 8.45:oo p.a. m m.. :::::::::::::::::::::::::.....I Astor.alatka....::::::::::::::::::::: ::- I'toner error I.NI u

ft.H.luv, about the Southern Railway or every Florida farmer. Mr. Harrell has thing in readiness and applied the fire. .. ..30 a. m .........................8t. Francl................. ..... .. IJ
i.,.,. .W. M. ; been giving" his attention to other cropsthan It remained, of course, for the emperorto .. 6.30 a. m. ............ ........... llereerord. ................. .... ... JU
write to W D. Allen Florida sot a. m. )lu S1prings.. I"

KSIOIITI4 UF-l'\"TtLU.8. you Passenger can agent, West Bay street Jacksonville the results cotton of, and his Is experience so much pleased that be with hal! his sot breath.the tobacco So his alight valet by told drawing him. in Arrive" 925 8.30 a.a. m m,. ::::::::::::::::::::::::...KnterpriM..Stanford< ?...':'::':'::::::::::::::::::: .:: J;

Seminole I/iMln" No.M.helils 'IU mifletlnirs at FlaBeautifullyillustrated "But," adds Constant, "at the rate
decided not to plant cotton during General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St. Jackson\
the Court hotiM, the ar.t 'sue Thursday even. pamphlets, en- any his majesty went to work the thing ]
Inits of each month,at II o'thK-k I'... the coming season. He state that his M. H.CLYDE A.T. M., F. IHOHMOKOER,JR.,Fla. Paes Agt
"The Land of the and Beyond : would never be done. He contented
titled Sky
8. D. UriuKB, C. L. HWHS, B Bowling Green New York. 88 West Bay St..JackwnilUj
C. C. li.9tR.JtS. ," showing the charming mountainous clear profits from farming have always himself with opening and shutting his THIO.O. EOOER: T. M, | JHO.L.HOWARD Fla. Fr't Agt.,
been from his surplus food and forage lips without the least in the
breathing
country through which Southern >Bowling Green New York. Foot Hogan St..JwkiMrir|

INDIAN IUER OUAit.>.. Railway passes, may be obtained free b;, crops. world. A.J CoLe,General Passenger Agent J. A. LESLIC,Superintendent
Last year Mr. Harrell gave particular Finally he put the pipe Into the valet's ft Bowling Green,New York. Foot Hogan St?jaiktmi

Tuesday Drill at evening the Armory In UM, over month county,at a o'cbirk.A.T. jail. every. calling at the ADVOCATE! office, Tltui attention to the raising of hogs. From bands and commanded him to light it, D. D. C. MISK, O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,rblladelj'his.

t.1t4..i'C1IUUCIIK& I vllle, Fla; or send two cents to pay the be killed I which the valet did and returned the WM. P. CLYDE .A CO., General Agents,
December 20 to February 7 117
postage OB same.W pipe to his majesty. Napoleon took one IS So. Delaware AT.Philadelphia. a Bowling Green,! w I-j
I bogs, aggregating In weight 16,35
good puff and was as awkward this
: I II LACK-aiAUfHT ten.nr. Censtipatloa. pounds or an average of 139 pound time as before. The smoke got into hi

I i each. Besides tbe meat, he had about windpipe, and instead of being expelled:

EPISCOPAL CHURCH. 2,000 pounds of lard, and the sausage through the mouth it came out of the SouthernRailwaj

krvlces the lit and *r month at It a, m. and JJ p. n.. Sunday ach very Similar st J..w p. m. n | >yer at I OX COJUi. worth 0 cents per pound, aggregating events.
I p. m. on weilnesiLws. Litany service every The emperor was nearly strangled.
The lard worth 12 cents
Friday at 10 a. .... $081. was or (1J\
and as soon as he recovered breath he
KIT: U. F. Known, Rector. 240. Total, 1221. r--
Although the benefits derived from cried: .
The hogs had access to a large mulberry -
PRESBYTERIAN: CMI'BCH the application of commercial fertilize "Take it away. The horrible thing I
orchard from April to September, It makes "
sick.
RervlceeveryHaliliathatIIa.-andI: p.m. has been shown time and time again, me
Sabbath cliiMil at ju ain I'lIrl.ll8n Endear and were then turned Into a field of pin It was more than an hour before he ABSOLUTELY
both by agricultural journals, experiment THE SHORTEST ROUTE.
meeting at SJO p. in. praver meeting
Wednesday Jn a. n. All areco.lialivinvited stations and colleges, as well as bya ; dare of about 100 acres. The pindai recovered his equanimity and that was -.-....-...........................-.....................-.-
to atteud. Knv. W. T. VCJU.K, i'antor. had been planted between rows of corn, the end of his career as a ,moker.Youth' .-
great many farmers who have experimented ,
------ Companion.
that the off before the
so corn crop was THROUGH
METHODIST Cnl'LC11.Services : and thoroughly tatted and PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
hogs were turned in, a full yield of both
at Titusvllle every Brut and third proven their necessity yet there are also Wher He Got It.
Rabhath at II a. m. .n.t t p. ....; hitmiii, setmidHaliliath crops being the result. The raising anti COnPARTflENT CARS, DINING CARS
The little of .
..tI a. m. and T p.m.; 1\lInl..I"rlb. a great many of our Intelligent farmerseven son a well known physician
Kaliliath ..tI a. m. and I I', ....; Ijidrantre, now who doubt the truth *X their fattening of tbe 117 hogs did not require was entertaining a playmate al THOROUGHFARE COACHES VES1IBULED TRAlj
fourth Sabbath at IIKH-UIIK everThursday more than fifty bimhels of coin. MrHarrell his father's bonne. As
Tltuevllle 1 ; W children will
,
night at -m o'rl.a k.1Y naoeiwity and still move along InAUo oU
11.111'10111111" 1:11.I'.t..r.: has great faith In the mulberry they ransacked etery nook and corner of:
-and a good It Is of applying
way very way
orchard. Mulberries to cult! the building. Their
are easy curiosity led themto
barnyard manure to the oil. Idun't WITHOUT CHANGE TO ALL POINTS NAMED
HUTIST CHmCH.rresrhlng vate, and he thinks that every plantation explore the recesses of a closet, in
mean to say a word against the should have trees. The which the doctor keeps his Instruments
fifty or more
:every fret, socoiid and fourth Hun- application of btirn-yard manure to the and other
days. I'rayer Meetings: every Tuesday. evening: : fruit is plentiful and nutritious. personal effects among which North sad ElA_ North and: : Wes
at n'clm k. Hunt. IWrrtr.every t rliUv rwniiiKtTo'ilmk. soil, fur the more you apply the richer Is a complete skeleton. The strange boy

.10 a. .... All. are Hiiuiiuv erdlany: Hchwil InoUed every to atltond.U. Hiiiulay. at your land will\ be, especially In ultrogeit- was frightened when he first beheld the ALL TRAINS DAILY "::;..e ;.. ..;:;. ALL TRAINS DAILY .'$ .:.. "'
Don't Put It Off ...,..... r
A. Griuaa 1nbr. Otis and organic matter; but barnyard grinning remnant of what once had beena .oIL- a t ,

human being and started to run J.!. J."bonym.. r.c.A _. I 10 am 4 1& i d
away. Lv Ie ,
pm rml
manure at best, Is a very onesidedfe.dtilizer .< kvrretI faeksonllle' P.C. A P.
CATHOLIC CHX'Rt The necesulty of a spring medicine Is The doctor's son however had seen the ea ..b. = le 44 :: : :: : ; Iy.ntt, southern.. 5 a pmt I I:
Rervlcea at in a. m.every Ounday, In hall seer aid requires a great deal to furnish universally admitted. This kt the best skeleton so often that ho entertained .. u.-. _. 1 45 I H'r Yeaon, I d'
Indian River HUM Rank Children's catechism: time of the In which to purify the for 100 pm I 2O.m At.I.n", 4 It.'"
and acid year Chariots, _
... enough potash phosphoric It only that of A. :: 9 an pm rmam
at 1 fueling contempt begot. :: Chsttan
p. blood, to restore the lost appetite and : wr : 12 : :::: : q 1
Rar.J.F.rIWrldRector. for the engen.PenO.La. 11L GYuclnnau, A C... ,, D
crap. to build the entire system, an the ten by familiarity, and in a little while "& .. O'l.m 2.pm ? f
up '
I'nl'ad' lpbla, _. II 4r.lllrmlnllha.... Soulh"ro. It r,8. j'
A good of COlD and stoner will succeeded in jII am loo.m
.wop Is to so allaying the fears of his ,. H '
body now peculiarly susceptible New Yo to _. 2 01 pm 9 w ana SL Louis, Cairo IIh. inel__ i0"o!mAr ,.
V. M. C. A. from the soil In the The companion that the
remove neighbor benefit from medicine. great popularity youngster began to .
The regular. Similar afternoon prayer meeting hood of 134 pounds of potash &3 phos attaint by Hood's Sarsaparilla, handle the thing and rattle its dry bones. Arhsville. oo'bpna........:::.......... TiAe. Kaman Memph4oK.it C.Y:. d B.:; Ig I in pit
of theY M. e. A. will Iw tiel.l every NuiuUy
.... owing to Its real merit and its remark. "Where did your father get it?" he
aftennsn a' :'11I at the l'Teb'terlao phone acid, and 108 of nitrogen. To
church IDtll further DOl lot.. able success, has establikhed It as the finally asked. "I don't know" For full Information
was the apply to RailwaySystem
show this one>- idedness, if you take tile very best medicine to take In the spring reply "but I guess it was his first any Agent of this great

analysis of fresh cattle excrement you It cures I he's had it awful
an long
Hill find that it contains 20-100 percentof humors, biliousness, dyspepsia, headache "
Tin: UAMI: LAW. time. -Butte Miner W. A. TURK
C. A. BENSCOTER HARDWICK,
and liver
kldnys complaints, catarrh 8. H.
nitrogen 1-10 vt potash and 17-100 ..
) O.al Pus. -.
and all affections caused or pro- Th )fIddle Ar."" Asst 0.1 Pass. Agent, ... .0."'( 550 "
No Store Quail or Partridge Can per cent of phosphoric acid. If you UM motel by low state of the system or Impure Temple's Secret WACHINOTON O. C. aNC.YItILTLNN. 'TLAITI
barnyard manure loue then, it will take blood. Don't put It off, but take While making some alterations in

lie Hunted This Keiuon.With 28 tons to supply the nocouiary nitrogenfor Hood's harsaprilla now. It 111'11do\ you lUddle Temple hall for the installationof W. D. ALLEN
the electric light into that
the lat of March, the time for the above crop, 77 WIll for the potash good. stately
edifice the workmen Florid
found
a box: concealed Passenger Agent
bunting wild ond 31 tons tier UM phoaphorld acid. ,
turkey quail or partridge
Make pure blood. These three words in a recess of the wall Boar the 212 *.
expired until the lat of next November. You will therefore Lave a fertilizer ex tell the whole story of the wonderful roof. It was opened, and in it they saw wag Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE Ft

This Is a fact that !I. not, iterhaps geiw cellent for improving the mechanical cures by Hood's Sarsaparilla. It Is the a skeleton a perfect state of preservaion. -

erally known among visiting sportsmen. condition of the soil, for giving an abundant best blood puriller and spring medicine. From the appearance of the bones

The law provide "that no person shall supply of the necessary organic it must have lain bidden there for a coniderable WE DELIVER --

hunt or kill any wild turkey, quail or materials to the soil but poorly balancedIn Hood's Tills bave won high praise for I time-perhaps a couple of cen- ." .!....
nries "
partridge In this state save only from Its necessary mineral Ingredients; and, their prompt and efficient, yet easy sc or more. Whether the skeleton be

tke first day of November until the first unless a large amount U used, the fertilizing ion.ramit. bat of a lawyer or a client cannot now
be ascertained or it may even be an C>>-
day of March of any year. No person Ingredients In the soil will gradually leOne framework which has been used A Piano or Ors

corporation association or company become exhausted and the soil will B.EviaiTT.: Tta.J.O'Rurx.: I I. an atomical demonstration to Illustrate

hall sell, expose for aale, or bate In his, become non-fertile. In spite of the large bow much the law can take out of -:AT YOUR

IU or her possession In this state, after amount of humus contained. We will F. B. EVERETT & CO. a man. What the skeleton was la life to approval after NEAREST a trial In RAILROAD STATION with complete ,,,ttiit':.:' "ljUDt.
your own
the MUM Las been killed any wild turkey now see someof the results obtained by tad bow it got Into the box in Middle thoroaJbly aaUlfied. Our prices boulI6 No moneyreIulred ,.tat'

quail, or partridge save only from Investigators In some of our states In + + FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA Temple hall. are 1U1Iterlea.LoodOllrelegraph. cur femme are 10 reasonable anyone are can u purchase low II any nd house pay ID for the an IDltt.Jr.t:1 Unite"

the first day of November until the first regard to the use of commercial fertilisers. Wholesale and Retail Dealers In The Celebrated CONOVER.

day of March of any year. Any person In 1T90 a handkerchief cost 48 cents The Renowned FISCHER? A I PIANOS

violating this suction ahall be deemed In the uplands of Alabama phosphoric INDIAN RIVER In Massachusetts, while a pair of stockIngs The Beautiful SCHUBERT I

guilty of a misdemeanor and upon convlotlon acid Is deficient In the soil, and phosphoric cost 75 Ot'DUo and potatoes were 80 And KINCSBURY.DRGANs0" .

shall be punished by a fine of not acid Is nel'.....". The best com .FISH OYSTERS TURTLE &: cents a busheL I AeIlon' Farrand..&.Votey, CHICAGO COQ

less than 15 nor more than $10 for each crops were obtained In the clay loam
Lehlgh Is a corruption of the
wild turkey, quail or partridge killed, soils of Mississippi by use of a fertilizerrich GAME ------ irord lecbao ". fork" Indian I 1D0n Brae., and I small Instruments Music and Books Write us; we "oO ;I'

and for each wild turkey, quail, or partridge In potash. In New Jersey and New Hotels and dealers Supplied.

so had In his or her possessionafter England the fertilizers rich In potash rJJio V.
U.
the same ba keG killed. gate excellent results, the average of BR1XCH HOUSE: West Ptlm Beach, FU. T rj Sl 5CL.DMll HT us I... DJlpop6ia. Ouiupbell Co..

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iul arc prepared to meet all Competition of cither Jacj ouvillc or 'fitu rille. Write us and see if wo do iiot Mill you the



oHidiUHdiUi. Cheapest hill of Hardware you ever bought. KKVKH;


We ban now Mr, C. P. Eacott In charge of our Tin ud Iron Work Department, which is a Sufficient gnarantee that yon will jet dons what yon want done. WNte' ns and see.



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re [professional Cards.BIM. 0 TONIGHT. """* The Globe Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia, I PLANT SYSTEM


WAtM B.O lHAM.IOBBIXS Tonight I almost MITT yon
Tour qutit bed that srpms Manufacturer* of the tniwt' I"rff't'l. RrlhtMeanil "
A GRAHAM, Too Barrow for the eoiulnf laOf kcimnmlral Ijuinrh Motor In the market.
lines erery time anil continues to to. :o.o..rau" --- -
why nolee or dreamsBo

ATTOIL EYS-AT-LAW, when the earth Is not too hard to turn to start IIFAJ. W., JIROMK: ::, O Through; Tr ,:ln.s DD rvlly: O.
tolling Agent
From 10 to 12 ft. m. A moist aftd plnaunt mold 8t t nole' na.
HOUR*f- ,
riCE Jacksonville and Sanford to and the West Coast
With dandelions here Tampa
and 2 to 4 p. m.TITISVILU Like scattered bits of and(old there, ONE-THIRD OF CANADA AN ISLAND. Catalogues and prices. on applkatlon: ,

Brerard Co., Florida. VIA. -
Then maybe 1 shall break my way The Territory North of Churchill and EM'
M* Drugs
[,i m Hot practice In Ml the courts smiling my drowsy eye*
has known that the
long been great
'::land"oUI title.facilltlei. for examining and perfectMoney Bertha Shall Q Davis come In to Kate elw Field's>p with Washington.you lacustrine region of Canada has scarcely Patent Medicines, The Three Great West Coast Hotels, owned and operated by ttu Plant System

to Loan. perceptible water partings between

FAMOUS ENGLISH SWORDS. many of the river basins. There is much Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles

'EOKGE W MORTON, evidence that at an earlier age many
torn Notl..ble.pon.. That Are Ex.hlblted
channels connected these basins,
('s. water
NOTARY PUBLIC la the Tower of London. Kept conxtantly on hand atJ.
and that the northern part of the continent
Whoever visits the London Tower
.' Canaveral '. Florida.i east of the Mackenzie river was
I:narwood: may enjoy a veritable feast of iworda, thus cut into numerous islands. Ina 33. Screven'sDKUO
up
executed.eci but amid the numberless of
onveyanclDg carefully array weapons -
1- recent paper Mr. Tyrell of the Canadian
there are one or two that are STOltn.
: mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., especially geological suney reaffirms that this
worthy of notice. There Is the
hand. continent north of the Churchill river
I blanks
' on sword of state, which is girt ou the Also the latest Kewspnpers, Periodicals
,1 and east of the Mackenzie is a great island
\ monarch's side after his anointing at etc.THE .
-a statement that was denied by
fiXOH S. JONES, the imposing ceremony of coronation, Father Petitot five years ago. The explorer
which girding is more honored in the
of the geological survey says
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. breach, one would suppose, when the that from the large body of water known J. S. JOHNSON CO.
monarch is a lady. The sword is first
(IT!:>V1LLE, BREVARD CO, FLA consecrated by the primate, and by him as Wollaston lake emerge two almost
ts equal streams, the one flowing to Lake Manufacturers
of Brevard handed to the lord chamberlain, who Slave and -
County Judge County. Athabasca and thence by the
completes the function. It is a two hand Mackenzie riven to the Arctic ocean, KETTNG FISHING TACKLE Twines Etc.
ed weapon, with rich decorations on hilt ,
and the other to Reindeer lake and
i L GxcLDEf, J. T. SAXDRM, and pommel and scabbard. Of scarcely
thence by the Reindeer and Churchill -): AIL KIM (:-
"
" t.otary'AULDEX importance is the "sword of mercy,
" island thus
rivers to Hudson bay, the
& SANDERS, borne before the sovereign in the coronation formed comprising about one-third of Nets and Seines Made to Order

A TTORNEYS-A T-LA W, procession. This sword is named the Canadian domain. And directly 11:tin and Fancy Fishing Tackle, especially

Cnrtana, but though undoubtedly very southeast is another large island between for .'Iol'htTrade..
Willpnctlre I In all the drafts nf the State :
I f\:: United State Courtst ancient it can hardly claim to be the
11 >rliU and the ) Lake Winnipeg and Hudson bay,
.1) llox.:235. TlTfSVlLLt FLA. original Cnrtana forged by the famous the result of a bifurcation in the little Depot for Fishermen's Supplies

IIIII Money to Loan. 18 JInnifican. Sandy lake, which has an outlet to 121 South attract,

This original Cnrtana was the magic Hudson bay through the Severn river Bproo4-jr, Dultirnoro. Ic.1.W. .
weapon of Ogier the Dane, bold knight and another to Lake Winnipeg through

, J TOME REYNOLDS, of Charlemagne's most warlike days. Family lake. There are not a few other

'. Our own Curtana is in any case many instances in Canada of this curious unIon L. DOUGLAS

IJ. ATTORNEY-A T-LA W. centuries old. It is square pointed, with between water systems, and the .

. the look aa though the point had been often observed $3 SHOE I9THCBEST.
are
same phenomena FIT FOR AKIN.
Hutchinson Avenue
J
hence name.
broken short; possibly
the lakes of Minnesota and to s
" among CORDOVA NT
J A flue gold wire covers its handle, and lesser extent in Maine. rUtNCHAlNAKCUIOCALT.,
Titusville. Floiida.H .
the scabbard is remarkably ornate. Two Geographers use the word bifurcation 4.'3._0 FINE CAlfkKANOAROd
\ other swords are carried at the coronation indicate this natural '3.11J1
in a special sense to POllCE.3 SOLES.t2 ,
"WELL TITUS, ceremony-swords symbolical of connection by water of two independent R I
If first f : t"s."
the
spiritual and temporal justice, river basins. The most famous of

D, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. with an obtuse point, the latter sharp. these bifurcations in our own laud is [*2. ITS BOYS'SCHOOlSHOElLA.nica

Practice In State and Federal courts. Land Cnrtana and these two justice swords that which brings into communication '
Board of are not often called upon to make a pnb.10 JI'2." .7
C | tltlfv i gpecUKy. Attorney for the two oceans that bound our country '3..2. NCO lV1.
''JOII i;oinmlMloneri,and County Solicitor. appearance. It is happily more than east and west. A diagonal line passing 8s1D \.

I'' lIox >!4. TITUSVILLE, FLAn a half century since they were last required through Yellowstone park divides the .(} lf NlAlr: .
T at a coronation, but whenever land that is drained to the Atlantic from *>KOCKTONJLA>..
On Million People the
Over wear
in
the sovereign opens parliament pur- that whose waters flow to the Pacific.
FREEMAN HALL, son the sword of state first mentioned is This line crosses Two Ocean pass, and W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoes

called from its repose. here in a gra \r valley, when rain is All our hoec are equally satisfactory
ATTORNEY-A T-LA W, The lord mayor's sword is even more known They give the best value for the monev.They .
abundant, swelw a little lake as squat custom Shoes In style end fit.'
1'1' II.I.K. FLORIDA familiar to the general public, and not Two Ocean pond, whose waters flow in Their. wcsrlng qualities are unsurpassed.The .
but most other prices ere ..nllorm..t.'ped on ole..
London corpora
o\ m> for Fire and Accident Inaurn only one direction to Yellowstone lake, the From f i to f j saved over other rnskt
,., III'the best and strongest toni'l.i tions, have their sword and sword bearer. Missouri and the gulf of Mexico, and in K your dealer cannot supply you w*can. bold byQEO.

J'P. It is a picturesque survival of the the other to the Snake river and the Pacific.

) middle ages, which one would regret to In reports other lake* in B. RUMPH ,

see abolished-part of the ritual of state mentioned
as Florida
the Rocky mountains are Tltusvllle, -
-, \\SE BAT DADE COUNTY.T customs, which ritual is by no means sending their waters in different directions

W EWAN, meaningless. Publio action must often through two outlets. Printing of all kinds done at tin The Finest Fishing and Doatlng In the World.
J. U. S. CmrMISSO ER. be of figurative character. Such is the .
a These illustrations show that bifurcations ADVOCATE office.
rioanant parties lining, oritanlrod every day IOIIK or khoit trip Electric! ,
of London sometimes
Notary Public State at Large. mode by which the city who have rendered are found in lowlands and in high Naphtha! and Meant I
Lands Selected Conveyances made. does honor to those mountain'regions. There are some remarkable Have you suen it *' !*een "hat? Wlij, Great Hotel art under the perm mill management of Mr. J. II. King Correspondence

1 ,>rrcBpondeDce solicited.; Address: the nation good service presenting instances among the mountains the Walton Unptd Calking Machine. Ji Invited from all who neck hoaltli, pliwsuro and tomfort.U. .

Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, to them swords of honor. These civlo of Norway. These lakes, high up you own a sail or row boat, don't fall t< W WllKN.V, l'allMI'nlCer rafflo Manager.

Office, Ewan's Landing. swords have been given to men like among the mountains, send their waters have one on hand. It In a treat laboi

\1 Lord Napier, Lord Clyde, Lord Wolse- down the slopes in different directions saver, and is patented In the Unite
ley. Wellington received one in hit day, the States, ircat Dritain, Canada, etc. t
and one of them, swamp region &
GEORGE w. ALLEN, and so did the Prussian Blucber.-Lon ,of Lake Kol. gives birth to eight. few of the state figure.right, Apply* will to be J.sold O. Walton at i ireaHonable The florida central( peninsular Railroad

) don Standard. rivers, some of which join different syi- I Tltusvillo, Ha.In .

ATTOR EY-AT-LAW, ,.."'a .
Golf. South America has ono of the most I Is the ShorUst and Quickest Koute Hot ween Florida and Northern

Ke> West, Florida. A game with a history of more than famous of bifurcations in the Cassiqnl- 1'oints, Kat and West.

400 must necessarily have som4 broad chan ,
Will practice In the United States years Golf has been greatly are river, which unites bra I I In Florida and the great Hunting and
Interesting records. nel the Orinoco and the Amazon system : : Reaches the Principal! Tourist Points ,
liked by kings. *. This waterway and the fact that Cronnds.
Fishing
I it was generally practiced by all in one region there is scarcely any sign .

B. L. WILLS, classes. The unfortunate Charles I was in of water parting between the Amazon I Its Courtto U Through the Mont ProHperous Settlements, over the High,

devoted to golt While on a visit and La Plata systems render it possible Ilidge Land, Among the Hunt andn, the Finest Lakes,
Healthy
deeply engaged Poor
1641 he was
Scotland in as inland routes
travel in a canoe along
to the Most Divemllled Scenery In the Mate.
and
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, in a game news was brought him all the way from the month of the Orinoco

TITI'SVILLE FLORIDA. of the breaking out of a rebellion in Ire to that of the La Plata save around Tills line Is now VM mile In length of which
threw down SMI Is In H.<>..I.Ia. 'I'lie new eiUmnlun IwtwemiHrmiah
land, and the royal golfer a few waterfalls and a portage overland anil Ju'kxmf Illfi, ..hleb hu .btmmrunning
OrncK:-Hutchinson Avenue, near his club and retired in great agitation of about three miles.-New York Sun. : Health for the|uun 'r, forms sn air line ho.twiwn .
'h*' Indian River hoteL to Holyrood House. When ho was imprisoned rolunibls,Huuth < ..rollii kiul Jacksonville
ria, makliiK this the
at Newcastle, his keeper kindly Bow II* Wae Wounded.

permitted him to take recreation on Pension Agent-I see yon have been means so much more than Shortest t and Quickest Rontetxitween

M.w- LICHTY, the golfing links with his train. It is drawing a pension on the wounded list 10 imagine-serious and Florida and the North-whether for

said that Mary, queen of Soots, was seen when the record shows that you were you the Last or w.."

playing golf in the field beside Beatona drummed out of the army for desertion. 10 fatal diseases result from TUB!: riNKHT ACCOMMODATIONS will I*

niYSICIAN AND SURGEON, few days after the murder of her medal hus Pensioner Yes. That U so.Pension 10 trifling ailments neglected.Don't |>r..Tl be
band. In 1837 a magnificent gold Agent-Well, how were you play with Nature's dally sertlre between New Orleans)
"ort Andrew's by William
Pierce, Florida. was presented to St. wounded and Ja< ksontrllle The only mute running
IV, to be played for annually. One Pensioner-My feelings, colonel, myfeelings. I" greatest gift-health. through._|wrs between)these point

of the earlier kings forbade the importation .-Atlanta Journal If'.f"t1. --0-

of golf balls from Holland because ml of sort* west The Florida Central & PenlnsnlarTraversee
T"n\ ASPI W ALL, tie o II .
it took away "na small quanti HtgotUUon Not Compute.Customer Browns .hsesled, cnvoiis, .
gold and silver out of the kingdom female and unfair)-I or- ksve no spp lies 13 eoantlee of Florida, and throne
of
( .d t..t wots, ouunertlou_ reocuee all. Ite ruute I*through
l 1A1L ESTATE A INSURANCE. of Scotland," and at one time "golfs Jered ten yards of dress goods here yesterday becui lodeeuklag the splendid

and fnteball and other unprofitable I to be sent. Has it Uen cut yet !*.nod lhmle tillable : ; HILL COUNTRY Or MIDDLE: "LOIUDA,

games" were forbidden in England because Shopwalker-No indeed. The ...I.t. I Iron ..edld..Ic.str. ( .le. .where on the old eottnn plantatkwa, the new
Ufo OALLIE, FLORIDA. archery, so necessary in the defense ant said badn'&been in yet to change Brow S HOB Bit*. .r Tolionno. Htork farm. Vineyard and frail (Fearand
you .
being neglect .... A few bat.COBMS ...acbllo..u.u.. .* ha.ned Into vigorous
of the nation, was London Globe. .
mind.
your life| atrma the Bowannae Klveri tbrouirk
ed in their faYor.-Exchange. ttom ike r the ridice land. of eetral florid; among the)
J. KENNARD ARCHITECT, ingratitude Bitters try tnt dose Htrawberry .arm*of LawUy,Htark ami Waldo
p see yon r
Whenever yon I whrrei
/Ml': the orange Tk. HawaUma IsUads. a* infallibly conclude that there is -1. ssd It's nature wwrUhwl. this fruit In Its wild sUUj
ORLANDO, FLORIDA.'rreapondencelnYited The Hawaiian Islands have been oond I a may growing stock of ill nature In the ptcaaaa l In Use. I through the beautiful Uke country Into the

( from those de- be richer In animal life than was formerly know that man to
to breast as yon may '
10
,.1:11'f artistic work, combined with first supposed. As the result of a year'i I have the plague upon whom you.. the It Cures :.Fli.oop3a.cttotbe lnec.,
.3' association, ..
British
professional service. Investigation by the tokens. .pepU, KUney and Liver A......' and aI..... 1'IOIIto.. II, tbe .hle of fa_
found Dy ..... aholl' ne.la. O.I.UIe.
I fifteen! years experience (six In Flora through its committee, it has been Trouble' J.IIILV tK IU'KI\U.! 1Jow. to.'rledo..... aU""IDln_. ,be ...,-..., 01 .... "'.., CtI' aR4 tJao
,. Best of reference to local and that of birds there are 78 species oi NeuralgU :: :l'r: : a.: :u:: ":
r !:.era clients. pl28oct2J < to this group. All] A Medeim"Oh. ...-- 1" Constipation, Ud Blood Uulf Huumotk: Ihnrs) to thrivng ani| eo ; e ,...
peculiar deep
which 57 are to the TITJKMI ruhwlee Through In* rholuMt uarta of floe I the land and fresh water shells are p* of course s' id. the old man. V AUUrU Ncrvoiu ailments watr Havana I'ort; Down of fernaDdlna,where the lumber ami |>.hoe|>bau are shipped,front the

A HUE P ELY, cnlitr. and of IOOOlpeoiea of Insecti "I don't blame you for taking the boy's Women'* compUlnU.I Atlantic Ocean to this Gulf of Mexico,
elsewhere. It thni like a boy's mother to l H fcss crossed rW
not found part-It U just C only tke r e
TOO are
;:11.I. these islands have by nmeans < do Bnt I'd think a heap more of him / liMe oei Ike wrsppcr. All Mkrs. we sue.* From tlto Apnlachicola to tho St. Johns Riverhead
that so.
ESTATE, FIRE, LIFE ANI teems I stheue. UD reccii*of two sr sismpe .e .J
been populated from the conti If there were UM point to bis shoe and / ..11I.-cl... of Tee) tWutttnl WerU SI for best Map of Florida to
ACCIDENT INSURANCE.Ury of independent ,. conversation."-Chicago fall View* Mil a.o..tt-Cr_ Piw Atft
but have been centers more to his A. O. )lAlOO ELL, General eoger ,
''' cent, MIX
tALTlMOHI.
PabU 7 CHtMICAL CO.
lot the State at Large.'nformatlo SHOWN _
Independent Inter Ocean. Jacksonville n,, !
creation.- ,
j. .., *as to Government and Stab I -
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 22, 1895.

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-f INDIAN 11YER ADVOCATE 4- midnight and daybreak to sooth TITUSYILLE TO DAYTONA / JAMBS PBITCHABD, President W. M. BROWN; W., Cashier.B. BABBITT. Vlcef.'1d tDt.

sufferings of the poor, know. .

ing that his patients have all they Via Hlllsboro and Halifax Rivers. INDIAN RIVER STATE BAIN
... .
A .I.y AO.&ML. 1).01'.1) TO TB DRriLOPMIIT can do to keep the wolf from the
0..'eo.IIIDI411 atvsa AID
LAICt90&1'.llteTlon. door and buy bread and that they zd.e COs CZONE .

can never be expected to pay a and Intermediate (Incorporated nnder the Laws of the State of Florid
Will Leave TltnoTlIVe Every Hato"da7, and Monday, For Dayton
.
doctor' bill. Sometimes, If his Points, at one o'clock p.m. Authorized
his Lan I> ytona for Tttvlll Sunday. TaMday and Friday, at one o'elock p. m., co.. capital $;IOC
heart is soft he not only gives T
KM: tor .. ... ............ WALTKB B. OBABAHA .. netting at Tltiurtlle' with steamer jot all polnu on Indian Inver.For Paid up
services in such- but furnishes capital $
Manager the required medicine from his own Average deposits 300.
stock,.or gives the druggist who Atop ever night at El Dnra-Viy-the Rea. Fin nnhlnc and turf bathing as Is to be found ;
on tlie Coaot. Term for board,ti:"DO |er day( S MO per week.
Offioc: Washington Avenue, TltusvlllIndianfilver e, compounds the prescription, his Transacts a General
Florida. that the Em
personal guarantee -----------

charges will,be paid. of the road through his land, the I I to the other along the most desirable Business,
PUBLISHHH EVERY. FRIDAY. The conscientious doctor is an distance would be a half mile one. route. This much be contend, should
Individual who.should be as tree be done at once, no matter what action Largest and Odest!
to practice his calling as a clergy third the cost would be about $1t>0 U taken, In regard to bonding for buildIng Bank OD t51.I:

Checkete..n..y IM made payable l to "q r h"', We believe in laws for building the road through his the road] at present. Ate Is confident .
A Ualtnn:' puldi.l.eva and proprietor. man. stringent land and it is extremely doubtfulif the road will be built sooner or DlRLCTnJA ;.
for preventing ignorant and unprincipled fitter and the most desirable route cannot : ,.rRITf'JU ItI',W B ,,
he could such .
HultMirlpllnn. ever pay an assess of the N.tlnnal l Hank a I
from practlcln be staked out and decided \
men upon any .
IIDRKEE: (Mcf-ITf.lilcl
Twelve .month, |1.M medicine. It should be made lin. ment. We question whether he too soon. Once the route Is cutabllslie lacknonvllle), W. B (.1, "toht"
fill: 1.00 could mortgage his land to raise something will have been accomplishes; BROWS. a I
for such to purchase a
T"ne" ..BOTb possible enough to pay such an amount and when we devise ways and means for CORntdPON'i' "
.a license to practice at any price ; building the road If the route has been Seaboard National_.Hani. \..
Singe <*>pjr and if he could, it is probable the YtIn1R.n k o fJ...".L...11I" q. "t
SMctlj. advance. but the educated and conscientious staked out and right-of-way secured
physician should be welcomed as a mortgage would eventually strangle there will be no trouble from that r "I'.rUS"rILLE, FJ..uTHE ,"-.
shove I nfhule the of
rate
payment poutac
him. If bonds the .
were issued source. The captain also that If
says ------ --- -- - --- -- -- -
by u* HiilmrrlpMun can cu utmence an t valued acquisition in community -
time during the ve r.IHpfnntlnuanrwHif. any individual in such a case would the route Is established now, people will
and be allowed to practice his leave that portion of their land where
only have his taxes increased two
.. without the Imposition the road when EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CAR
wlvtn. mnnt I w made | T profession three dollars and he pauses through vacant !
tonally at thin office or by writing at license tax. or per year re-planting pines and making other 1m.
would get enough work in keepingthe provements; whereas If the route Is Made for Sandy Soil Hating 3 Inch Tread.STIUJONTO
MKMUEII OF road in repair to pay his tax unsettled they will be In dark as to ,
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSO( MATIOX'I THE PROPOSED'ROAD-CAN' IT bill. where the road Is to run, and may make
valuable Improvements which will 011-
AFFILIATED WITH TH t Then again if $9,000 is raised
strict the road later on.
'
VaoniEditorial AtturiaHon.Addre BE:BUILT WITHOUT BONDS ? far road purposes, bows' it to be We agree with Captain Richards that

proportioned out to the various the county commissioners will make a

.* all communication to th e Proprieton ;Brother Wager, of the Star alter districts ? Will each district get mistake if they do not establish and
giving: the matter very careful con. that portion of the road money stake out a permanent route at once.

GUAIIAM& WALTON, (tderation is inclined to the opinion which it contributes to the treas.

INDIAN'R1VER ADVOC/ITK, that it will be unwise for Brevard ury ? If so, remember Rockledge COST OF TRANSPORTATIONOF

county to issue bonds for building precinct, which is nottlo very many SIII:LL. l
lllVSVILLE, Ft:.0..... .. a shell road-at least for the pre miles long would get four or five M

- --- ent. Our neighbor, however I III times as much. some of the other Our people when figuring on the road

THE Banyan correspondc nt, in I strongly in favor of good roads districts, because the most valuable project, realize that transportation of

the Star, .eeml'to be badly h urt to The ADVOCATE: 'caci,warmly endorse property in the county lies in: the cost shell, and will be seem one anxious of the largest to learn Items som of- FOR SALE BY -

learn that the "reformers" are no t any method calculated to Insure Rockledge district ; and yet, that thing definite on this point. The ADVOCATE EDwL. E.r : :
with him in opposition to the road' U8 good roads. lit.ia immaterial to fortunate neighborhood has already has obtained from the J., St. A. ,
It looks as if he'had entertai oed a 'u8.wh..t.plan is adopted ; what ware secured, through its own en. & I..R. Railway Co. its present rate on The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer
high regard for the "reformer i" in in the shell, and present same below. It will OOOO.A. Indian River::
after is results. We want the terprise, a good beginning be noticed that the rate for 45 miles II : PLOJft.I1):
the past. Possibly he may haw, road, and if we- can,get it without way of a shell road. The road. district to per car of 15 tons or about 33cts per
been one of them and now that, Mr. Iloke of ton about
bonding much the better. represented by ; or sixty-six one-hundredth
James Holmes laugH at the absurdity The Star believes that if the Jensen, is tremendous in its extent of a cent per ton per mile. 3 HARLAN HOTEL LAKE HELEN, Florida, +

of the "reformers' flghl.Jng three mill tax'islevied! and if the ; it runs from somewhere in This as is very close to the cost of hauling -

the shell rod our :Banyan fri end abutting real estate> owners pay the neighborhood of Sebastian which places given the by average government cost of statistic hauling, MISS S. KEMPE Proprietress. : :JrE ; '

may decide to ,leave the ranks, tin .ne-thltd.of tb&-cest, .that a good river south to the St. Lucie river.If coal on railways at sixty-huadredths of Park
til the reform element swing 'rou nd road can beconstnucud during the Mr. Hoke's precinct would only a cent per ton per mile but recollectthe HARLAN HOTEL, Lake Helen Volusia county, Florida; 120 miles loot
to suit his way of thinking again. next ten years without issuing receive as its proportion what his rate below is not as }row as may be Jacksonville; high plateau between St. Johns river and Atlantic ocean; pint!
secured by proper effort in fact this II and orange belt; healthful and delightful climate; all conveniences; table) m.polntments
the road fund it
bands. vWe ihave it stated territory to the
> Ieee pays same rate in effect for hauling shell excellent; pure rock well water Terms Moderate. On Jackson
THE ATLANTA EXPOSITION. ..mew here that the three mill tax would hardly be a drop in the since May 8th, 1894. If we decided to St. Augustine & Indian River Railroad by way of New Srayraa; also Jackie
wall*also$7OOQAwe.. think it will bucket. That district has some build the county road we may be able to Tampa; Key West Railroad, eoanectlng at Orange City JuacUoa.

Several of the moat important .da .a,111 tie .better than that. The fifty miles of road ; it would get get Rates a lower as rate.furnished by Mr. tr. J. Ja -

counties in Florida have made appropriations tax roll in> Brevard ,-c unty, with enough money as its proportion to vie, general freight agent of the J., St.
for exhibits at the- &be darge .addition i to tthe Flagler build one or two miles, while Rock. A. & I. R. Railway Co., per car of 30,00

coming exposition at Atlanta. The tax assessment, ought to be, say ledge would get enough money IDS.road, :between all stations on line of the

great State of Dade .will, In all $300,000..hom: this amount a three probably in three years to build a 45 miles or less, .
probability be on hand ,with a fine millitax would brlng$ 00. Broth.er road the whole length of its district 60 .. and over 45 .15,00. 5.63
bowing. What is Brerard county Wager' ,eatdmates the cost of the ; then what would happen in 55" .. 60. 6.18

going to do when the multitude of .bell road at;$S&O.GO per/mile. We the Rockledge district ? After Us 6.'S .. .". .". M. 6.75

visitors, who will visit Atlanta next have always estimated, in round people completed Its road system, 70" .. .. 65-60. .' 7.32 dead n1e'
fall come to the Florida depart. .umbers,.#1(000( per mile. A road would they be willing to continueto 75" ., 70. 8.43 7.88
ment and will ask to be shown through the country will be a little pay the three mill tax, which 80" .. .. 75. 0.00 r
what the famous Indian River .expensiveto build than the would be devoted entirely to other 8s": 80- 9.57

country has exhibited: : We shoud tame length of .streets In.a built portions of the county ? over 85: miles, 10.00

feel mortified if the answer was up tttwa, because the cost, of haul. Remember we do not want to tra Where charge switching will be made.Is necessary, an ex

made that the Indian River country Ing will be greater, and time will discourage the advocates of the

was consplcioti only en ac. l l>e more grading. ;Weihavelway, three mill tax proposition; we simply ATOMS Of SCIENCE.
count of its failure to make *n ex- estimated that iLSO miles of road utter a few criticisms and

hibit. What are 11'8 going ,t. do PIt would coat .$120,400, and i bridge what seem to us a few valid objections 1'he" highest eloada, cirrus and drrorara HOTEL ROYAL POISCIL'iA.PALM ,

is getting about die time when and other incidental expense which suggest themselves at rise to an average height or BEACH, LAKE WORTH.

we must either go at the matter ina would swell ;the earn to $150,000 this time. If we can build the road abort 80,000 feet Rates: $4 per day and upwards. NOW cd

business-like way.or let H .drop. We are not willing ,to ,vouch for without issuing bonds we will be A distinguished French specialist 1 Accommodation for 1,000. HKSBY W. MEKRILI.. Manas.)
We are well aware our county these figure, but believe thatithe; glad to advocate vigorously immediate now claiming that a hypodermic Injection -

treasury is not plethoric; that are not far out of tile way. action on that line. Even if aloohoUsm.of nitrate strychnine will cure

times are' bad but this U all It is claimed by (those opposed to the three mill tax will do all that

the more very reason why an exhibit the issuance of .bonds that the its advocates claim ten years is a The that latest the anthropological statistics. ....., -
prove dally, monthly and
should be made. Every dollar Invested three mill tax, with an assessment long time to wait. There are few number of birth. exceed the death yearly

in an exhibit at Atlanta of one-third the cost on abuttingproperty people so patient as to be able to In a ratio of 8 to 1. A

may bring back ten. would build the road at feel any enthusiasm in the matte Tn results of the recent expeditionto a.
the rate of twelve miles per year. which it requires ten years to con. the polar regions prove that north oTS
TOW EXPENSES. The weak point in thk argument sum mate. Most people who wantto degree the foe over the whole snr
is, that the total amount of road build a house or a store will pre lace average 1,000 feet In thloknesa.Is .

fund collected could not be used fer to borrow money on a mortgage i. reported that Professor Metechnlkoff .
An era of strict economy in the: for building the shell road. A of five years time and put up their of Park, a pupil of Pasteur,

city government has been ushered large portion of it would be al>. structure. There is hardly one ha discovered a cure for mnoon fiver, r I
in at Gainesville, Fla., by which a dangerous form of gastrio fever. The
orbed in paying the road supervisors man in a hundred who would undertake -
the expenses of the city have been for attending to their duties, to build a house or a store cure 1*accomplished by the Kodh method .

,reduced by 12.200! per annum. The We all know something about whaC t In ten annual installments ; the of inoculation. .y

place is credited with a population has cost in the past to pretend foundation would be gone beforehe
of live thousand. c..1.
The
sal.
mayor's tG keep up the county road. II completed the interior work If
ary has been reduced from $220.00:; "Btbel has on a lovely new engageOMot -
ire only build twelve miles of shell the construction proceeded so "
per j'ear to $100; the water workslupedntendt'nt road next year, there will still re- sUwly as to require ten years for "Isn't ring aba perfectly heartless

from $900 to f600 mata over a hundred mile. of dirt completion ; in fact, the patient "Baa she thrown tome one overr

per collector y.ear ;and the of salaries the of the tax road ito keep up as in the past, and builder would probably sleep his ""Mo bat poor fldo hasn't been dead THE HOTEL ORMOXD
tax assessor there will be required probablyone 1 aet-eleep before his task was finished A month."-Chicago Inter Ocean Accommodation ORfOND-ON-TDE-11.U.1F.u
have been reduced Jo just half and Haft of the three mill tax to ; and we fear it will be so for 300 week gueeta lu RateR Open day and upwardl Specui j nta
instead of marshal and three A Square Deal. ApriL until
a assistants April 25th.
do this. Of course, as the shell with our proposed shell road, if we No place ID the South offers
that officer will get along road is gradually extended, there try ,to buijd it with a three mill The celebrated Jackson square for sale Cottage LoU at all prices such attractions for a Winter Home a, 0*

and with the only two assistants or police; will be less dirt road to keep up, tax.: Wery few who are now living at CuArrcK 4; Co.'s, Tltusvllle. Do Not Miss the Hammock Drive at Ormond.
town council which has
and there would be more money will l>aon hand to see it finished
been payiag a rent of $21000 per available for extending the shell from one end of the county to the For Sale. AsDKiwojr & PRICE lanagtl

annum, has found satisfactory road ; but )[errltt'. Island and the other. The Schooner Veteran Staunch
well
.quarter where the rent in future ,
peninsular, from Canaveral south tullt, and commodious; sixteen tons
will only be $.8.00 per year. The burden; newly built, safe for
al far at Averillwill[ want some any voyage
IJT FAYO1C OP TilE S1I1.LLItOAD.
council of Gainesville has
done roads and and a good sailor. Will take some good ftd
on necessities
spent
veil. Is it not possible for some money will arise for small neigh. mitch cows or range: cattle In part pay.
ment. Address
of the towns of South Florida ;
boyhood roads In Various parts of Oran HIKCOCK,
Titusville for instance-rto follow the county, and toe demand from Thorn JE. Richards, of Eden, was In Georgian, Fla.
the example of Gainesville, and these sources will use up such a town this vteek, and we take pleasure In
ahave down the expenses of runningthe letting our reader know his view. on TITUSVILLK WEATIIEU 1t
E
tie road fund r .,. *
of
large portion so 9 ,ct
town during these hard times ? the road question, because be Is a heavy .to -
that if the three mill tax is levied, tax payer and on of the moat representative POUT.
little headway will be made in extending citizens lathe county and withal The following Is a comparative statement I
THE TAX ON DOCTORS.Our the shell road. take a proififaa*** view on all public of temperature and rainfall for the

Then, again, there I* no law at ueationa. Captain KJchardt compll- week ending Wednesday, March 20, '05::
men d the AJ>VOCT* on its fight for
I legislature, at It* next ses- present under which we could com- the shell road and urged u* to Keep It -1894.- -1805.- 1 5
.Ion will be until was aMured. Ho fa- DATa III AX. XIV. MAX. MIX. ,.
success
asked to repeal the pal abutting property owners to up .
law which imposes a professional one-third the cost of the road. won bonding the county to build the 4 80 54 80 63
pay road and believe tha project will have I 3 85 59 84 65
occupation tax upon physicians.This If the state would pass a general such an effect In attracting people to 16 M: 61 84 64
is a matter which should re. law empowering counties to tax this section that In firs years our tax 17 81 63 6J 55
ceive prompt action. "te do not abutting owners for one-third the bills will be less than at present, eve lit 81 6J 70 MW 4 t_
believe in taxing cost of the road it with the interest and ptiaetpal of the ,19 I 64 74 56
any of the professions building might bonds provided for by a proper Us levy. 10 80 73 83 64
and certainly not medical be well but we are not certain on
The moat Important suggestion>> which Total rainfall for the week: 0.17 Inches.
men. As a rule, much of tM time hit point. It might b. ruinous to Captain Kicbarda mad wee, that the t>parture from normal rainfall for the
of the average doctor is consumedin some of our worthy farmer. Sup. I county coratnluloners should employ week : minus 0.62 Inches. Departure
attending charity case*. Heia pose a poor man, owning 160 acres the county surveyor to act wlf each I'rom normal rainfall sine January lit;
member of the In such member's Inus 3.44 Inches.
frequently called to lena a of land which he had homesteaded board. T i E COnDO\
upon ,
district I to stake out and establish a J, E. L-txorrrTK A &T. AUGUSTINE
warm bed during th. hour between was to be taxed one-third the ot I county road from one end of hf fount* Observer, for 400. natel: N per dill and upwarda; per week, speC :;..Jccommodatlon

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RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH !i, 1895
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Awarded ------

I Highest Honors-World'. Fair Atlantic. Complete Fertilizersfor
J W. Stelfox
'DRJCREAM Mr. Creech them 1 I

I well with his ferry across carrier the Banana is doing potatoes, fruits, and all vegetables require (to secure the largest ,

Wm. T. Stout, of Olcatt, Niagara has yield and best quality)

been here and Is enthusiastic In his 4 HARDWARE .{<-

$ praises beaches of in this the section climate of and Florida.It of the. fine At Least IO% Actual Potash. ,


Indian may River not that be a known coach and to four visitors can on be Results of experiments prove this conclusively. How and :Eau Gallic, IF'lorid.a'

driven from Atlantic to Cape Canaveral why is told in our pamphlets. Cook 8tovt'ft. 011 and WIIIoI heaters, Farming Teals, Poultry XC'ttlnltm- !
on a hard and smooth beach or that the munition, Tin and Tlnwarfl, Ualvanllt'll Sleet, hand and Hound Iron Ualvanl7.'d
They are tent free. It ;
curt bathing Is excellent. d"a". will coat you nothing to md them and they will save you Boat Material, Ropes and ail boat good. an.ll'l\st net.. Paints, Unllt'ed Oils, lIarll
CERMAN KALIORk8.. N_. New 0:1: Finish, etc, lialvahlz.1 .
BlOONfiP01n M Sltwt. York.was .
Mr Knapsack .OJ.
M. D. Sprayers,
W. Thur ton, late of Mel -- ------ --- __ ___ __ __ __h, --- '
----- -
I bourne son of Mr. S. 11. Thurston we called - Always pleased to quote prices, and correspondence solicited. i
understand, occupies a In last Monday to attend Mr.( and his son, and Messrs. Alsopp and
responsible 011-
at the house of Tiffany A Co. )> Oeo. D Forsyth, a guest of Capt. and Miller for a \lslt to his place at Hay
m New York City. jewelers attend Mrs John Carey, who Is very low witha View.
May success malady from which he '
has suffered a
him. number of years, and which has baffled The schooner! Queen has arrived from Branch :
MOST PERFECT MADE. Our postmaster, Mr. John Carson and the best medical skill. Green Turtle Cay Bahamas.: She BAKER & HOLMES House,
brought lot
a of shells and numerous
of SODS
Cream Tartar Powder. FreiJom are the fortunate
A Crap I possessors of a !St. Patrlek's
pure
Hay passed oft very curiosities! and a of
quantity nowrMt
tine lot
Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant of lumber tossed
Atlantic up from the quietly in Eau Gallia, there being no potatoes and several crates of tomatoes.Mr. : .
J.' YEARS THE STANDARD. during the gale last winter. noticeable demonstration. Messrs.
Their yacht Lottie in now In tine comli- Treutler, St. Clair: Lansing, Mandy, W. R. Herbert and :Mr. Geo. A. M. ARTHUR J. DOYLE, Manager.
tlon for the use of sailing parties In this Olmstead, and others of our Hibernian Lex'lit, of Jensen, canto up on Monday's
vicinity.Dr. cl citizens celebrated the day: at their train. Mr. Hcrlx-rt returned TuemUy

I Coronado Beach.There and Mrs. Webb were at their home. homes without any ostentation. night while Mr. Levitt remains for a Warehonse Room on J. T. & K. W. and J.
stead on arising visit from bt. Augus A Union Sabbath School was organ the few Bellevne.days; recreation. They stopped at St. A. & I. R Railways i

are not less than two score of I tine, finding It Impossible to leave his i ised' last !Sunday at the Baptist church -. ,
,eople in the cottages: juat now, and extended practice at this time of the Mr. John Mellor, superintendent A cor- Messrs. Walter HaNlehurst, Robert -- ----- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

the; put up with many discomforts for year lie will return to Atlantic, which diaIID'lt\tlon is extended to all, Indspendent Brush, and Alex. Good., who started
is his home, about the middle of of for a month's trip to Went Pulm Beach DKAIMtS: IV -
i he privilege of being able to enjoy the April, I denomination to unite with I
and will remain here until the advantages; here, out doors. next encourage Its wrlfire. .olntl\
Jam! season at St. Augustine. Dr.) Webb Is a Hey. II. M. Prince will nuke an address They did \ things so lively as they Hay Grain Feed Flour Meal & Grits !
Several gentlemen at the hotel who re- wilterfor several periodicals, and besides next Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock.Do anticipated.We ,
rentb began drinking the water from being a fine physician, Is a good all ,
'he ulphur well on the beach are so I round man. [ you need any cards, ball or concert are having tome of the finest ojs-
jnuch benerltted by it that they have decided programmes, hand bills, tags note tern now that we ever saw anywhere, Cotton Seed Meal Fertilizers and Crate Material
to stay a couple of weeks longer A letter from Warren Leland, of noted or letter heads, bill heads ,statements with a tlator that cannot be surpassed; ,
fame to his old mend, S. II. Thurston circulate, price lists P If do and 3-lb. mullet delivered at your door
have the advantage of it. you keep
P o as to i jyTerms Cash with order. Ask for our price lUt. We deal.
/
at Sets
announces his each-not much cxiluslvrly In
probable rival the danger of starvation
East
at for a few your money on Coast by giving the above line
There were over fifty arrivals at the days' visit. It may not be known to the the AmocATK, Tltusville a share of If times are hard. i and careful of Basis! ; keep th"lIIln stock at all limes in litusvllle, and I will give
prompt attention to all orders
lotel last week; in fact, there were more public that Mr. Leland Is a gifted and j your job woik. We do our utmost to Dr. II. D. has been entrusted to us. Soliciting your )iwtion-
han could be accommodated. On Satur- able painter, and like Jo. Jefferson, the 'i help the East Coast along and with your of I\te.: having Brown one I'ale. :Mr. L.very 1) Lock-busy age we beg to remain Very lespoctfiilly llAKKIl: A HOI.MK.SCOCOA : .

,lay a party of four came without having actor, finds bis greatest delight in using assistance In job work and advertising wood, In town, and :Mr. J. II. 1) Smith ----- --
secured rooms in advance and had to his brush. lie is proprietor of the we .hall still be enabled to ,give you a | and a Mr. KOIsyth, of Rochester, N. Y.,
ft unvertolewSmyrna for accommodation famous Oglethorpe hotel at Brunswick, paper that will be a credit to the East at Eau G.illie, with calls to Sebastian
Mr. Sharp is negotiating/ / the Ga., and other famous hotels. Mr. Leland Coast of Florida.] Malabar and Tillman, have him ,
use of some of the best cottages, andill and Mr. Thurston have been intimately for the past week. kept flyIng ICE WORKS
them in readiness this
bave seek for acquainted for many years.
he overflow. Daytona. The Christian Endeavor supper last JCoooa ,
Mr. Irving Ingrabam,: and his charming Friday, at the Congregational: church
loaded down F1.or1.da.
hacks with 20
Two
over wife were at Atlantic recently for a was very well attended. The ladles ,
people, attended the Fancy Fair at New week's visit at the A delightful spread the tables
Chimneys as guests picnic party went down } with the usual lavish NOW'
myrna on Friday night. The fair was of Mr. and Mrs. to New abundance and XN 'I7It11TION.
S. II. Thurston. Mr. Smyrna inlet on Wednesday, and no one could complain
!fatten: up for the benefit of the Congregational and Mrs. Ingraham: have been spending had a very enjoyable time.Harris' of shortage unless it was for room to G. G. nrMti.ivcj.i2it: :
church by the ladies. Mr.lVaahington .. ,
the winter at the Royal Poinciana, and breathe after supper. Some 28.00 was '
Conners of New York who In a few weeks will wing their to Nickel Plate Circus that realized for the parsonage: fund.
owns a beautiful winter home and a fine Asheville.( Their way source ffj joy to the youngsters, besides -- Manufacturer -
estate there, contributed liberally towards to the "Land continental tour extended l lots of to the older ones-was here The young/ men here have organized a i

it, and the success of the fair was Sun" North Cape and of the the fiords Midnight of the on Wednesday I literary society, which will meet every ICE & DISTILLED Ar.rEl
largely attributed to her energy in the Coast. Daytona Is still other Friday evening, at the school
full
Norway Mrs.
of visitors who
Ingraham,:
undertaking. Over $150 was realized. comes ] house. At the meeting/ Tuesday evening ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND
of a noted Austrian family and is certain are enjoying the fishing, boating,driving Mr. Wm. Fee was elected Mr. OBJECTIONABLE TASTE
Not oily the guests of the hotel but to make a host of friends in this country and cycling through this very delightful Will M. president
Ely
vice-president and Mr. =y Refrigerators Ice Chests Freerers and
many of the cottagers attend regular/ the of her adoption weather. Jenkins secretary and treasurer; Mr. Water Coolers.

"Vesper services" on Sunday afternoon [We do not want the earth but we Mrs. D. II. Mean and daughter Miss George Phillips sergeant-at-arms, and
The gathering last Sunday was very should be glad to have a share of your Ettalene left here for their home In Cincinnati Messrs. J. R. Lyman and F. Conkling Lake Worth Ice Works
large, and those present enjoyed a treatIn printing.] on Thursday much to the regretof critics. Great interest Is manifested ,
addition to the usual singing-Mrs. their many friends. and many older persons Indicate their
Stewart, of Toungston Ohio and Prof. desire to participate In the debates. PALM JJEACII FLA.
Sharp each sang a Bolo., The peepers The Ormond orchestra under the ,
rive exercises as usual, were led by A Cook Book .re*. leadership of Mr. Wiley P. Swift, gave a Fish are plentiful, and biting well.

Manager Sharp and brief remarks were most delightful concert at the DaytonaOpera Some very fine catches are made every ___u_ _u __u h_ __ __ ____, ___ ___ ___ __. ___ _
made by the Rev. Mr. UaUiday. "Table and Kitchen" Is the title of a house on Thursday evening.A i, day that any one tries to fish. Trout
new cook book published by the Price from 3, 8 to 10 pounds bass up to 26
Notwithstanding that the new liveryon large and elegant reception was pounds, the largest
yet reported and
Baking powder Company Chicago. Just HIGH
GRADE
the given last Friday by )Irs. Lawrence FERTILIZERS !
beach Is
doing a heavy business, at this time It will be sent free If you Thompson in honor of shoepshead and sailors choice unnumbered. -
the New Smyrna liveries appear to behaving write Roar-Admiral It would take a whole tocbionlcle
a postal mentioning the INDIAN page
quite a trade over here. Both RIYEB ADVOCATE. This: book has been Arurnon, Washington, D. C., which the scores for .a week The

Mr. Newell and Mr. Doha have many tried by ourselves, and Is one of the was a most delightful affair. high line all things considered, belongs -- MANUFACTURED BY -
1 Mends who continue to patronize them. very best of Its kind. Besides{ containing Last Wednesday there was an excel to Master Lester Ellis who, one day last
Heretofore none of them had any trade over 400 receipts for all kinds of pastry lent exhibition of living pictures given week caught with hook and line a large
during the winter months on this beach. and home cookery there are many hints before a large and appreciative audience. turtle weighing 26 pounds while Lester Chapman & Sudlow
The opening/ up of the hotel by the Sharp for the table and kitchen showing how The affair was conducted by Mesdames himself weighs only 28 ;,ountis. This ,
family has revolutionized things htre. to set a table how to enter the dining Roberts and Hanson and Miss Wilder, catch was made frpm the church bridge,

Reference has often been made by- the room, etc.; a hundred and one hints In and was given for "sweotcbarity's sake." across the creek. South Jacksonville Florida.

ADVOCATE correspondent to the must every branch of the culinary art. Cookery A nice little sum was realized. [John It. Walker Melbourne now has

cato at the hotel. They have become so of the very finest and richest as well [The ADVOCATE is always ready to do for sale soda water manufactured by the
prominent a feature of the community: as of the most economical and home like your job printing, such as letter heads Indian River Bottling Works, Tltusville. For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
that the weekly notes from Coronado to I Is provided for. Remember "Table and note heads, bill beads statements, cards, Call for it, and get a refreshing drink.] ,
"the pink paper of the East Coast" are Kitchen" will be sent postage prepaid tags, circulars, hand bills etc.]
hardly complete without a mention of to any lady sending her address (name, -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:_
them During the past week there were town and state) plainly given. A copy in Fort Pierce.
three-and a gentleman, who has travel German or Scandinavian wit be sent if Lotus. Dnalers In all kinds of Raw Material such ah Sulp. Potash, Katnlt, Cotton
Ad extensively over the world remarkedat desired. Postal card is as good as letter. Tax Collector Hall was around town Sued Meal Nitrate of boda etc., etc.
the close of the Saturday evening one, Address Price Baking Powder Co., Chic last Wednesday.We Done ground and steamed In the factory In three different(' gilsts.fff .
that he had often paid a dollar for concerts ago, Ill. Your correspondent has read all the ( Send for pamphlets and Prices.
of less merit. The usual articles published in the ADVOCATE for need some rain here; everything Is
program .
and the shell road. dry. -- -- --- .
was greatly Improved this week by the against Mr. Benj. getting very -- --

presence of Prof. W. A. Sharp from the Eau Gallie. Hogg's letter Is based on good sound Mr. II. Day returned from Oimond
Stetson University DeLand whose flute judgment and shows he Is not a hotheaded last
10101 are rarely bettered; Robt. S. Sharp man. lie gives his views clearly Monday. F.
also! plays well on the t flute. Miss Ella Marshal Joe Smith Is rapidly recovering and concisely. I am of his opinion that Capt. Kltchlng's trade-boat has been C.E. F. CLARK
Hicks and Miss Lida Dymond of Chic- from his late illness. if the majority want it, I will nut be con- anchored here for the last few days. E. ,
ago: and Miss of trary. Let the county do the work, so
Mary Mason Cincinnati Mr. Hatchett visit
came on a flying
The schooner up
Queen Capt. McFadden
as to give each and man a chance.If .
each contributed every
members to the from .
last
Jupiter Monday.In
Is back from the Bahamas. J.
Jacksonville.FURNITURE
Saturday night's entertainment and the the county has to pay for the road, : .
inimitable John Sharp, the ; popular Mr. L. B. Dawson, postmaster at the let the county get the benefit of the spite of all freezes, quite a numberof
clerk, as usual convulsed the crowd. Narrows, was In town last week. money, by employing home labor. Mer- pines are In bloom In this vicinity..
John Hill stay south the coming sum I rifts Inland has objected and will object A little stranger has arrived at the
Beginning last Monday we now have I to the road but all and
er, and we cannot have a CARPETS.
lilt probably manage another hotel mall from Jacksonville. house of Mr. F. M. Tyler Mother and
the (sharp family.W an early I road'saJ once, Irltla: it run by every child are doing nicely.
Rev. J. A. Jordan, the Methodist Island I was much
P Merrill Esq., and Robt. Davie Incumbent preached at the Baptist I less damaged by the freeze than the west Miss Sadie Saunders left for Cocoa '
Wir**1.., prominent citizens of Milwaukee church last Sunday morning. :shore, and this little Island will soon be with Mr. Andrews of Eden in his yacht, Wholesale and lletail. _---: -= __ = eWe
are now sojourning at the Coron- thickly settled. Then we could apply there being quite a number on board.
ado, These gentlemen have been greatly( The steamer St. Sebastian passed up j for a road, and the people would help
interested In the picturesque ancientInl the river on Tuesday morning before I us to get one. Parson Cove arrived on Wednesdayevening's have made special effort this Fall to have a Stock of Goods suitable for the
on the estate of R. Washington daylight She Is making good time. train. lie will hold services
ton er. Esq about In the Baptist church on Sunday when East Count Buyers.r .
i four miles distant.
The Agricultural Department send all are cordially Invited.Mr. .
tnUtlUarlanll have decided that the out dally weather reports, which will be Melbourne.Cooler PRICES WERE
OUR NEVER AS LOW AS NOW
was .
that originally a church, and found on a bulletin at the postoffice. Gibson has removed his barbsshop ,
it dates back to the fourteenth cen- to I'alm Beach We regretted his
lur?, 10 fact that it is the oldest struowr Mr. E. G. Vlvell left last week for New weather again; down to 63* at departure, but there was not sufficient ty Write us what you want, and we will quote prices by return mail.
m America. The ADVOCATE scribe Orleans, where he will meet Mrs. Vivell 8 a. m. Thursday.Mrs. business here to pay him.
geve tut gentlemen all the Information and proceed north. lie will be away John R. Walker has. Our Number Is 20-22-24-26 West Bay Street.
on a
he
gone
had been [W. J. Tucker Fort Pierce handles
,
able to gather from the until next September. short visit to Mr. Walker, Sr's. place on
man) visit"ra nothing but the best, especially the
who had been making a W. F. Brock left the south side of the St. Lucie river.
study Mr. and Mrs. on
of the historic ruins. Quite soda water line. Call upon him,and geta
, Mturally, gentlemen who had watched Tuesday for Jacksonville, where they Col. S. F. Travis, Cocoa's well known cool], refreshing drink. The soda .
the growth of the magnificent "Cream will remain a few days before going to wholesale merchant, was in town for a water Is manufactured by the Indian
uty" 'III the west shore of Lake Michi- Atlanta. short time last week. River Bottling Works, Titusville with Lots in West Palm Beach !

10 ran.tram that of an Indian trading post The firm of Toombes A Mathers has We hear that Mr. It. J. Anderson has pure distilled water.]

nourishing commercial center of dissolved Mr. Robt. Mathers withdrawing. to Missouri to look [Job work cheaply neatly and expedltlously
"'el' gone on a voyage ------ -- --
wu.ooo inhabitants In half a cen- The business will be carried on by after some business Interests there. executed at time ADVOCATE office,
our';:: *,"M naturally be Interested in a Mr. Wm. K. Toombes. Tltusville. Circulars, hand bills note Agent for the Lands in Dade County of \->
O'njf' Dr. II. D. Brown and Mr. Frank II.
ynui! to:, iw on, our These American soil built also Mr. D. J. Corbett, formerly purser on Fee took a business trip up the road last heads, letter beads, envelopes, state; Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co
gentlemen
much 'Jleaged are the Santa Lucia, and more recently con- i week, going u far as Ormond.Mr. menu, tags, etc., etc.] ,
with the climate here and
taerr nected with Paddison's lumber yard,
IB,* "I doubt that their favorable left, last week for his home at Keith J. L Harrison has been In town [Go to Brown & Dlmlck's Palm Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.
fc.00 will bring others of their for home time, assUUng In the finishing Beach for soda water cool
-always
2na> your
u. Coronado. They are not of N.C.Mr. of Rev. W. C. Barnes' cottage and refreshing. Manufactured by the Lake Worth Land Trust. New Rfter Land Trust
.TV *:: "'be trottl.g" type they are and Mrs. John Mellor were married -
rtatd, Indian River Bottling Works, Titus
*'%ld' last Sunday. Their Rev. J. Chris Williams delivered the
iUD fiftyyeara ago
wjoyin the fruit of antial their men labor., who, driv.are friends tender congratulations, and hope second lecture of the Y. I' S. C. E. ville. Getzinger A Fischer, proprs.] La.ke Worth :EJopext1ec. *

tagshuut live to see more anniversaries course on Monday evening, to a large
through the luxuriant ham- they may many ...
make audience. Lake Worth Af mt for she Liverpool Loodoa Olob. .saes Co.
end on the glorious beach of the day. and appreciative Store To Let.

hgom 02enVUrfbihlnK; and then,; with enjoy a lion. J. B. Kinsman, of Boston, Mass., Mr. P. W. Reins and his son, Ralph, in Notary Public, ALBERT W. ROBERT, 'ti'ostPalm Beach, Fla.

;;: crowd having social game of ex-minister to Egypt and brother inlawof returned on the Queen from their Ba BUCK store to rent the ADVOCATE .
>
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SHOT I ''ucl1 are the guests who seem to the late Benj. f. Butler Is on a visit hama trip. They had a very pleasant i block. Fine location. Apply at the
agesthere. few and enjoyed It greatly. ADYOCATJC office, Titusville.
to the East Coast. lie will spend a time
iReir'mw the ADVOCATE days in Eau .allie. Miss of Lumber and House Materials
(- Titusi DeBogory, Russia was registered Building *-
.q U4La"i''''t. all klnd ot job priutjn- Give Mr. John Green, of Sarno, made a trip at the Itellevue on Monday,and on BA.Et.G-.A.XN"S: : !I ,
of your work.] the Kath Tuesday took her departure for the
to Titusvllle last Sunday on
*Kjiwiribbi* New Smyrna handles leen. Owing to an accident to the Hunter settlement, where she will take I am offering bargains In :- >M Sash, Doors and Blinds, Lime, Cement, Nails and
telegraphed of the school.
charge
*i manufactured by the Indian Kathleen's wheel, the Nyanza wu
lam ue *' tUlng Works. This soda Ia'ter" M for to tow her back Mr. and Mrs C. II. Stewart Furniture, '. platting, '. Window Builders' Hardware. ]

1& can be made from distilled Mr. Jas. Warren, of the wall paper trip to Daytona Ust week. The doctor Shade, Mirror, Eta
York returned after a day or two, but Mrs.
Fuller A Co., New ,
firm of Warren I also have a department devoted to Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber Specialty.
1Ya who has been visiting his sister, Mrs. Stewart remains for a visit to her par. Coffins and Caskets. Mall orders will receive a

Tbr Walton Rapid Calking Machine, Tbos. Barbour left for home Ust MOD ents.Mr. prompt attention.! Satisfaction G. F. PADDISON -
highly pleased with his visit. E. Miller In town
two, ,10i No. three t6 day, Dan. was Monday guaranteed.
tltIlliV"ii.o. ;
Dr. DeWitt Webb, of St. Augustine, I and carried off Mr. Henry Jones 'KOW1V VEUON: XclbMTM, FU. TITUSVILLE, FLA., and EAU OALLIE, FLA.DIAN .














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6 RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 22, 1895. -

ALEX: : NEAR. FJXI; ;
; ,
[DINNERS IN FIIISCO.JRIOU3 dinner at Bazznro'i a tremendous lark. -- 1 Notice. NEAR & TAYLOR"SuccelllOn f.

The Americans do not venture on the
concerned take notice that six month
COSMOPOLITAN RESTAU claret so generously served with the din AM. date hereof I ,,11III..my final account ( to Johi 'I. '*..?,_. '
ner. A flask of Chianti is ordered In its M adinlnlotratrlx of the estate of Howard
with the Honorable !Minor S. tones, Artesian Well
W Maine,
RANTS ON THE COAST. y
stead and the proprietor always proffer Contract
of Bald county and pray for my (
the empty flask to the youngest membe final :discharge from the ailnilnlitrai rU of said JOB

)ne !May l>ln. In the Manner of a 1J1 'e..- of the party as a souvenir.-San Fran estate EAU CALLIE, FLA
CEALIA 8. MAINE,
ant Country Every Night tm the Week.A deco Letter. t I This Oct. IS, 1891. Administratrix.octlOMSm :. TITUSYILLE BAKERt

Dirty Italian Rntaarant on the Water ,

Trout That I* Very Popular. NO DOa IN HER HOUSE.A .
C. F. FISCHER, PrOPrie+
One of the features of cosmopolitan Ooardlnf noun Beeper Tells Why 8h< w
HM Mad. This Rule. Notice of Intention to Apply for Gales Pies A Confectionery
an i Francisco Is its restaurants. Every I S Spa;Jt

[foreign colony boasts of place whereits Persons with dogs and other pet Special Legislation. AH orders In our tint
meet with a cold and clammy receptionIn prompt!
[ native cooking can be had, and adventurous attended r.
New York boarding houses. They; I*hereby given that an application PRIN
San Franciscans who care to may occasionally! steal into fanhionabl NOTICE, made to the Leelslatnre of the State -
look those places can dine In the of Florida the Reunion commencing on
up flats where the landlord or agent has the find day of April, 181*,for the pannage of a FORWINES
j manner of different country every no direct means of circumventing them, hill to authorize the County ComiiilMlnnen ofBrevard

night in the week. If an elaborate Chi. but when it comes to the boarding bon e the purpose county of con to Issue tmctln.bond(good of the public county road for and SPUffl

nese dinner, with its numberless Impossible things are a little more definite. throughout the county, In the tame manner and
-\fPalpitation under the same restrictions a* I* now provided TING
courses, each accompanied by A nice looking married couple went I by law for the feet.of bond for the erection of BEERS

j sweetmeats, proves unattractive, a HaI Into Twenty-third street boardinghouse | of the Heart ,court I bonne indebtedness* and Jail,,and a* contained the funding In faction of outtandlnq :dt .,

traiian dinner, with poi and salted fish, the other day and were made com Ml to ttet Inclusive,of the Itevlsed Statute of
fortable. After the first dinner the lady Shortness of I3reath. Swelllnc Florida. CIGARS, ET(
can be had by walking a few blocks.
f
vas observed scraping together some of Legs and Feet. ROBERT MORROW,
OF THE FINEST
For those who like din QT'ALin.
highly spiced dainties from the board to take to her Senator 13th District.Titnirllle
ners there are the Italian and Spanish room. The landlady who is a womanof "For about four years I was troubled Fla.,Jan.23, 1896. Jan29-mar29 00 TO

restaurants to choose from, and for those great decision of character, heard o:f shortness with of palpitation breath and of swelling the heart: of>, OF All KINDS 4- Losley & Renal

with small appetites, who look for nov It, and her knock was shortly afterward the legs and feet. At times would !
(city In service, there are the Turkish heard at the door of the new boarders. faint. I was treated by the best physicians John B. Stetson University Families Supplied

restaurants, with their unpronounceable The latter were immediately notified In Savannah, Oa. with no re- i jy Our Lodgings and Ltux
idishos and delicious coffee. that either they or the dog must vacate lief. I then tried various Springs DeLaml, Florida.For Will be Ready by Oct. 1 Mtuatal,

The most popular of the foreign restaurants at once. without benefit Finally, I tried Neatly side Washington ave.. between .i i 't

are the Italian. There are several "If I cannot kAep my darling Xeno Dr. Miles'Heart Curealso both Rrxe College Normal; Reboot, K. W. depot and ADVOI Owl
of these scattered about the Latin honwe'll move," protested the ownerof Academy, Art School amt Conservatory ofMimic.
Institution of first rank. Faculty of
quarter, which are much frequented by the dog, who practiced the principleof his Nerve and Liver better twenty An teacher*. Seven elegant building*,
San Franciscans on account of the excellence "Love me, love my dog. beginning to take them 1 felt heated by, team, lighted by electricity. Hot HODGES & GODFRf1
Most of them laid continued taking; them and I am now and cold water bath Thoroughly: emilpiiedgvmnnnlum.
of the cooking. are "Thenyou'llhave to move, the Department of I'hynical
dirty, very dirty, as to floors and walls, landlady firmly "I'm not keeping a In better health than for many years. with Military Drill for young men. 'brIr:1 CheaplyAND Manufacturer: "r
Since my recovery I have gained fifty emx volumes. Reading room with all leading
and the Italians not oversqnoamlshregarding kenneL""hIow
are dog
,iierlodlcal and dally and weekly paper
pounds weight. I hope this state- I '
the table linen. When a party in the world they ever got that ment be of Thoroughly equipped chemical ant physical i Yellow Pine Lum
may value to some poor lalmratorle. Separate building for Manic and
cf Americans enter, however, there Is a dog in here without my seeing it"said sufferer." Art Schools,with artint of established reputation ,
general shuffle among the waiters to secure she, after the obnoxious Xenophon had E. B.BUTTON Ways Station. Oa. In charge. Second term open Decemlwr
the service of the table and tho boon disposed of, "is more than I cat Dr.Miles Heart Core Is Bold on a prwltlreKuarantoe 27 mation, IHUoI.end,to for catalogue, giving full Infor- BOUOH A DIIF.H>:n

prospective tip. The question of precedence understand. I've had all I want of dogs. AlldranKUtaiellltatU bat the Unit,bottle a bottle will for benefit,orb JOHN F.FORBES President. Orange ROil: Head,

being settled, the wine stained A gentleman used to keep a small but t wilt be Bent, prepaid, on receipt of prlca Fruit tt \rgHMt
tablecloth whisked off and replaced by ferocious' bulldog in his room where 1 I j the Dr. Stiles Medical Co., tikiart. ind. Lnfhber delivered at any par India' !
ono not always! newly laundered or ttlsornnplciously once lived. He was the ugliest brute I I fit Circuit Court, Ilrcvnnl Coun- on throueh bill of Inilinn Ant' ni rtnInQ \,
ImiUfins on the taut Coast .K.ul.I
damp. ever laid my eyes on-the dog, not the ty, Florida, um;. ExpeditiouslyExecuted write for price.. TliePawnilltl I. Rust."
'Those restaurants are rarely on the man. That dog wouldn't let any bod y g y"v.isa OF CARDUI, a Tonic for W"_ a. J.,T. & K. W. R,.,8 miles south if I'auih

main streets and have to be approached but his owner tamper with him. The Catherine Cleveland, et. al. ) Satsuma III"hts, Putnam cor

through dark alleys. One situated be- man used to lug him around with him Th" New Chime. Cleveland VII, et. al*. J) Bill for Partition.

Wnd the county jail occupies the back everywhere he went. One night, when A utilitarian of somewhat material ; appearing'by the sworn statement In the
roan of a small Italian grocery store. the man came in, he was feeling so oblivious type; came to the Sauuterer's notice this IT bl:II of complaint. filed in the above cause,
that the respondent Samuel II. Cleveland, J. M. SANDER
In going there one is reminded of dark to earthly things that he left his I week. George OleveUnd William Cleveland and Detmrau I I
deeds and sharp stilettos but the din log looked in the velltib';'!. The next A certain esteemed clergyman, whose it..Hall. and Oscar Hall as her husband,
..
are non- hl..nt.of the State of Florida,to-wlt:
ner is worth the Journey. The chef of boarder who came in got ut farther thai church is in the most attr..ctlvpart of Resident of New Orleans, Louisiana; ('hattanooga Dealer in
this place is famous for cooking 'Italia- the vestibule and landed down the step I the city, but who, for present purposes, Tennessee: Atlanta,(Georgia,and Mobile ors

rini," a paste made by himself and cut with a square yard of trousers missing must remain nameless! was feeling a lit 21 Alabama yearn, ,that renwutlvely|there In I no i and perton are over within the the age State DRY GOODS NOTION

in strips and cooked with a sauce made Ho was soon joined by another boarder, tle "pardonable pride," as the outgoing Florida the service of a .ubun'na upon whom AT THE ,
would bind said defendants; Now, therefore,
'c 1 tomatoes, spices and mushrooms.It who wanted to come to bed. They rang political officeholders express it, in hay. you. the said Samuel H. Cleveland, (teorgeleveland
Is extremely rich and very peppery, the bell until several of us came downto tog succeeded, after years of soliciting illlam Cleveland, and Deborah It. AND
Hall and Oscar Hall a* her hnsband are hereby
but all Italian dishes are strongly dajhud see what was the matter. On opening: In raising enough money to provide his commanded to be and appear| before our laid Groceries
with chili peppers. the door tho dog.sprang for us as if he church with a set of chimes court In Timsvllle, Florida, on Monday, the 1st --(..>-- Choice
day of April I A 1) lane, to answer to complainants
attended with been fed for week and wanted As every one took the first occasion
The dinner is great hadn't a bill of complaint,or a decree pro.coniesso.
ocercinony A bottle of their lour claret anything that came handy, but w e I to congratulate him, it was natural will\ lie. entered against yon and each of yon,and Hay Corn Napes'FINE Fertilu:
in time. that, on meeting Mrs Blunt, one of his said ..au"II\ be allowed to proceed ex. parte.It ,
is served with each dinner. Every Italian slammed the door to again just I* further ordered that this notle be pub-
drinks about two quarts of it with As we could not awaken the owner w e I most fashionable parishioners, he should iHhed In the IMUAK RivrR ADVOTATR, a news ADVOCATEPrinting FLOUR.
Jjis dinner, so the bottle supply sometimes bad to leave the dog there till morning, say in his happy enthusiasm: lour patter week published In said county, once a week for PATENT

runs short In this event tho and those who were outside had to go tc "And how do you like the new chimes, Witness the Honorable J. 1>. Cc ooLt. 3PloridiCOMPOUND
waiter ROCS to the bar, flllls an empty a hotel In the morning everybody had :Mrs Blunt? You must be glad to hear Iirooiue,Judge of said court and
[ L. 8. ] the teal of said court, till Oth --(}>--
bottle from a demijohn drives in a cork, to go and come by the servant's entrance those good old hymns at night They day of March A 1> 1510.

and then carries the bottle to the table until the owner of the animal came must remind you"- A, A. STEWART, [
whore it is needed sometimes four feet down and got us out of the fix." "Yes, she interrupted, "that is so. marH-aprl Clerk Circuit Court. OXYGE

from the bar, and impressively producing "What did he say?" Since the chimes began I've talon my

his corkscrew draws tho cork as "Say I Why, he abused us all as a sol t medicine quite regularly. Boston One was killed and several fatally injured +-

icoref ully as though ho were handling the of brutes for keeping his dog locked up Budget in a battle between two gangs of Restores strength quiets riu: III
finest burgundy. His demeanor is so serious there and gathered it up under his arm and expels disease.
rl
"Calling a Loan. outlaws near Sacred Heart Mission, O. Proof, the most convincing n
throughout the performance that and took it up stairs as if had boon a T. free to all who suffer I all ma *
one dare not look amused.A piece of Dresden china I And the board- or write for further informatIOn !
very popular restaurant is Baz- irs who hud been locked out left the Vigo Anderson, the famous solo flutist of 200 pages sent free.

Turn's, which situated near the waterfront house for good the next day. We got rid -1 : of the Thomas Orchestra, committed } *! Office. Home or office treatraeni! *!>

This is greatly patronized by the of the dog, but not until it had half depopulated suicide at Chicago Wednesday night. tlon free.

Italian fishermen, who file in after their the establishment. "-Chicago Drs. Starkey & rait,

,day's work, still wearing their gum Tribune.Th. Deafness Cannot be Cured ,'i''J! ,
P1 into
boots and smelling strongly of their 1529 Arch Street.
craft It is also frequented by the Ital- Awakening Tlg;"r.
ian vegetable gardeners, who drive in Between the drowsy sleep of the nocturnal 13y local application as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the car.
from the outskirts of town,and after disposing animals and the hypersensitivesleep There is only one way to cure deafness, JACKSONVILLE STEAM
of their stock stop to dine. When of those which spend their lives inconstant tJ and that is by constitutional remedies.

the place is reasonably well filled, there fear of their enemies a place ; Sc :- Deafness Is caused by an inflamed con- WORKS
is a babel of voices They are all talk must be found for the form of slumber dition of the mucous lining of the Eu- !

ing at once, aud out of the confusionthe enjoyed by the large carnivore and that stachaln Tube. When this tube is In- Do not The above establishment t, IDdr'
word "soudi" is distinguished above of domestic animals. The former haveno flamed you have a rumbling; sound or We positively quo I
all others enemies to fear except man, and the or imperfect hearing, and when it is en- management.work to that ,)t ant oor(
our equal
to the tirely closed, Deafness is the result, and
This means money, which the proprietor latter, protected by man enjoy city.
unless the inllamation can be taken out,
natural rest Send
talk Full the blessing of
with shrug "they
says, a yonrPRINTING
and this tube restored to its normal con-
about all the time, all the time." The Tigers are frequently found fast dition, bearing will be destroyed forever; Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.

fishermen bring the best of their day's asleep in tho daytime. Native hunters nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- Ladles Goods Cleaned M
catch here, and tho gardener.olfer their have been known to track them after a tarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed '

choicest vegetables. The chef whose "kill" to the place in which they were condition of the mucous surfaces. away Dying Silks and Cleaning good
,
Jdtchon is back of the dining tables and lying fast asleep and gorged with food -Life. We will give One Hundred Dollars for most delicate texture a N'ecialti
in full view of.the room, is a merry fellow and to shoot them as they lie. When any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) for price list

,and between his juggling feats, tossing taking his midday repose in districts ]!. Wai Pompon that cannot be cured by Hall Catarrh But the CKOS I'i'
where it is little disturbed, the tiger Cure. Send for circulars; free keep MAINHARD
his pan into the air to turn the cooking It was during the holiday season, and
Toledo O.LrSold .
& Co.
F. J. CHESNI.Y: ,
fish or meat exchanges gossip and does not always retire to a place of security he Wall a very pompous man. As he by all Druggists, 7:>c. No. 13 Newnan St., Jackson"
jests with the diners This place is like the bear, or even the leopard walked through the finest and most ex

kept comparatively clean. The floor is which usually sleeps on the branch pensive store in town his air and manner Money on the WsHsGLEASOHAflATTOKNEYS (
covered with sawdust and tho ceiling of a tree. It just lies down in some convenient seemed to say that he owned it, It is believed that Taylor, South Da-

festooned with gaudy colored paper cut spot, either shady or warm, according but he didn't, as everybody knew. At kota's defaulting treasurer, is In South L\XDC!

in fanciful designs Two parrots add to I to the weather and there sleeps I length he found himself in the hosiery America, beyond the reach of an extradition East Coast IN
the general diG, and all sorts and conditions almost regardless of danger. They have department, and brave indeed was the treaty.
of oats prowl around the floor. been found lying in dry nullahs, under display there. i TITLES TO SPANISH 'i1U tT

The restaurant is conducted by two trees and even in the grass of the hillsides "Give me half a dozen pairs of those," Have you examined the Walton Rapid AMINED AND PE1rEt: rt!

brothers, one of whom waits on table, pnobserved until their disturbercame he said, pointing to a superb pair of silk Calking Machine It Is in use by hose By giving theADVOCATE
while the other attends bar and looks within a few yards of them. stooWngs embroidered in a pattern ai & Oliver, the finest launch builders In ,4)=
.
I Oeneral Hamilton when Florida; also Merrill-Stevens, Jacksonville ABSTRACTS FURNISHED
after the cash receipts. Every Italian Douglas intricate aa a Florentine mosaic
after dining stops at the bar for a chat shooting in thopandilly forest, came The little clerk raised her voice tim ; the well Newport as News of the ShipbuildingCo. best boat SURVEYS OBTAINED
as many
and a drink. Instead of a liquor, the upon a tigress and two cubs lying fast idly "Excuse me. sir, but I don't think' builders In the north. Write for testimonials Defective Homestead and ore-L"

bout pours generous glasses of claret for asleep on their backs, with their paws you want half a doaen pain of these I etc., to J. O. Walton, Titus- Entries Corrected and l.r
himself and his guests, and these are sticking up in the air, under a clump of They are"- Tille, Fla.elhM't. S Claims adjusted Perfec6

speedily tossed off. A casual ltor, after bamboos When he was within a few The pompons individual interruptedher ment at Washington.Correspondence .

witnessing this ceremony about J5 yards of tho group, one raised its head with a crushing look. WINE orOSDUl for female dis...... A share of solicit
times in quick succession is apt to grow and without moving its body quietly "Don't presume to dictate to me. I "
nervous about the health of the host, looked at him along tho line of its body said half a do ea pairs." EAU CALLIE FL- ,
but he appears none the worse for his between its pawL Tigers kept In captivity The clerk was silent She carefully The third annual convention of the

conviviality at the end of the evening. awaken gradually stretching and arranged sis dainty boxes, each with its wholesale druggist of the south meets In Your Job Work Pineapple, Orange and H

The younger brother sometimes relieves yawning like a dog.London Spectator. exquisite and elaborate contents, and Atlanta to-day. This association was Land For Sale t.'heat
his brother at the bar. Be is quite as then made out the bill painstakingly. organized last year.
";
hospitable, and his invariable drink be- Lotta, who is spending the winter The pompons man drew forth his fat The Hawaiian correspondent called I have for sale SO( acre '' 't
.
fog absinthe and seltzer his case seems abroad, has forwarded from Naples a pocketbook and waited with a look of --H*--- land on St. Lucie river. 'er slow ,
for in the resolution of the house of the
even more alarming.This check for |300 to Mrs. Rachel McAuley smooth condescension on his smug fens Eden, 40 of which "'r rrt! ;
restaurant, at 7:30 In the even as a donation to the Professional Wom "A hundred and eighty dollars, sir," 1st lust., was laid before the house MOD quarter of northeast quark 1

ing when dinner is in full swing presents an's league. said the clerk quietly. day, and ordered to be printed. .- 18, township 38, south ')) ace' '
an odd sight, the Italians sitting Helene von Doenhoff the contralto of The man gasped. The stockings were Two hundred guests at the Allet I ". .4.11 Job orkI the other 40 is the nottl*'

around the table, most of them with the Tavary Grand Opera company, ii the finest in the market Tbev retailed house, near the Chicago stock yards, of southeast quarter f.',l
their hats on gesticulating and talking reported to have married a member of at exactly $30 per pair. fire The nr11s110n11yI ; ; township 38, south of rare) 4J F1
were evicted by Friday night I The above land can be 'JU-;.,
excitedly across the room,, while they the chorus. Dims Doenhoff's mother w
roll the spaghetti round their forks and denies the report A Plain 1.-. hotel was destroyed. Loss, 40,000. per acre. It Is suitable
; ;
dexterously transfer it in yard lengths During Deerbohm Tree's visit to New Master-Pat, I hue a suspicion that New York railroad officials are of the I g011on-u. orange Will; ,be lemon sold or In lime lots gt'I>' ;1J ,
to their months. A butcher with all I was drank last night that the Pooling bill will becomia met
York bo will read his paper on "The either you or opinion I Satisfaction.Sonca.; ; cash. This land will iO '
the marks of his trade about him occupies Imaginative Faculty In Art," which h. Pat-OI've a suspicion ar that koind law. per acre.

a table with the policeman on the gave some time ago before the Royal mesllf .or.MasterWell Apply to C. II. Wan; .II.D
lat.> who gets the best service of alii; a institute London Pat, yon rascal which G'-1nrnn1ood.; office; or to Bobbins Jt ','- P
f rw men about town, who have heard of ono of us was it? McElree's Wine of Carduland villa
the chef's fame, and forget the Negotiations are now pending between Pat Oi'll not be ctin
unsavory Will. sor THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT an I us
your
Mart W. Ilanley and a prominent t Y
looking company in their enjoyment of London manager whereby Edward liar, any reflections, so VI won't but 01 the plates, and often a table or two takenby rigan and his will play aayin that 01 iuvled ye."i" ordors. W.OO, 10.00, and tll5-00
young society girls with their chap company in that city an extended : Fred S. Chaffee Co. by many of the prindr"- ._t,emu

eron and .escorts._ The girls.consider. s engagement- -- -. ..UUI'WINe OF eUDut for Wt k N.ro.t *' J.Do Screven In the North See paUl -L-
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I n :mLS. I Took the Landlord at HI. Word.

- liih.,bltauU of that part of the Tblrtccnth The Tropical! Trunk Line.

HOTEL I aroudiMotnent Paris known M I I

,.-r MELBOURNE LIDO'IlT1} L- {',<.:,li;.' the Avenue ,11' Choi/ are In A state of

.. :. -j: wetiial : j\.r? I exuberant hilarity owing to a comic { Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway.

MELBOURNE, Isllifl Riier, FLORIDA. :. ... .. .' ."' cane of substitution which happened In ,
..... J that neighborhood. M. S .
... .
Open all the year round. Goal Fish- .J.o; ;, I JOSEPH II. DUIlIvii':, Hoceivor.<<

.GOSSIP.. I y2,50 nil, and hunting upwards\ and Yachting Rates, f \\1Sitw.. tI $ -Dr rf ;;. 4'I I African noupoiumUMoned army, has a flat' on officer the of avenue the TilE nonm.\ s-ouTHrUNit. n ('.UTITFU' / AND LAKE: MOUTH I.-Y

Benjamin Brady of Boston was thee Proprietress, Mm. I. M GARI. 1'Wi 'J'It'tr: "" "" mentioned and he kept a dog in it in 1MUVX RIVER: STEVMUOVT I ( O. | LAKE VNOKTII hTEVMrUs.

man in this country to use cloth for d'fIlI'f the stipulation relative to i _.__ ----_ "r--

,ok binding erate rates Features, solid (comfort at ('oronado-llId.no ostentatloli : i|, tpccimeus of the canine race Containedin I t o. 1.\. -\o.xen' .11\"TII'0.-:it i\O'\i-1: 'Tlme T.bla_ III f f ref ......._II"_. 'e3,''L- .._.....- ,, _....._,:_ _.11._

Mr. and Mrs. John Long of Java, HOTEL CARLETON until, Ubliinx,;. K<*>U uv.klui VYiiU I tin n..rri <'meat with hi.-1 h'l Gentry, Mi a., have been mar for terms latter r:ilm t',1<1 emphitio! objection to the : 5Iap1 I "ISA4s .:: S'rsnae 11rk : .. 0t5.n:: l1H: =: 1.
osty .IAp I I44p,119S,, 5nla.. ... Magnulta5pnn !'. .. .. ... It4'an1' Ih.pm SI2pca
642 years. presence of the dog and said that he 11.131': I4ip Ilan.; .. .Onrntote stings' it.i5"I I.mpot'' Ae .m I'fI''I'
Milo Davis in two Jacksonville, Florida. would tolerate any other animal on the rap: 525': Secs.. .. .. ..al.ks .. .. .. .. ... 4saan. %:lInpm \11I1'111\
,I A> Grady, Miss., 111011' rasp ... .. Namen,5." . .... 4.. 5m II45sm. .. .. ..
of the dice recently won 1,000 premise except the beast known M the 11111' 3111I" III1111; .. "...".1111 .... .. .. .. SMam II:5,5at ..
rows cattle. Opposite Po tofllee. palmetto {House, # friend of man. "l'a" de Chiens" was II 23) I ale IlMI': lulu .. .. .. ..UIIIIII"nl..n. ,. . 3sasnt IS1sau1.1
;ad of II I7' 9Nt IIJp Illus. a9M1pta"
Vlllard bus announced his in- the landlord's motto and M Schmitt t252a, 3Mp:: it2'1a : :: :: ::(I:1::: : : :: : : : :: :::,, :;: : 3.: I. .
Henry V took note of the statement about any Calla: /9rp II.JII.. .. ..IIt.I..II springs. .. .. "' 2:1tan: IniaainItta
ntion of residing in Berlin in ntnre.. Under New Management DAYTOXA, ri.OUIDA. other animal He accordingly chartered / .UI' lOllI' hose .... 1"'r..ot..I.. ... 1111..1 .1II.ln 20pnt/
.
he has been living in Munich. IM1p: : 291): :IJeip: %: I .. .. .. ..I..I..n,1 .. Iv.' Se and t22par:
toll a full grown donkey, helped the quad .I aMrp: 1.II: I .I \ :: :: :::: ::..Iiii;aso .tIspm:: :
COMFORTABLE
smoker, and -* and HOME-LIKE. lUll .341' Ilcp tllsp: Orangs'ItyJnncrinn..t 2Maht ...
jlr a great Thoroughly renovated, new plumbing, roped up stairs and let it loose in hi'' 21'.11'11I
Edn Is's; 4StI' 1JfI': I9aup: ; i.IIll'fI'''''' .h'III'lIo" Ia'ai'. iMSci 1211" II.I .
rtcr loneet through 20 or 80 strongBftrt new furniture, new decoration, gas, Situated on the Wrst flank of the kitchen. liiia alnp 21btp iuplt, $isanl .. ...I.e Ctiesn ItnpmJena
they Injure him noon electric Hihfax Biter, In a ueiutlful grove of All went well daring tho night but at : see:: slate: I: IAip:: 0htn.t Park :. 1r.:1} : ::: 7Nant 114.Spm:
a
light steam heat, elevator, oval palmetto trees 31.\11 eiip 611I' .. trIunkt, ... .. \I blip n. 74's n. 129.pn1
than talking makes a phonograph annunciator, hot and cold bath ; one mile from the Atlantic the break of day the donkey awoke all 4'.1.' tlop 11:11I1': 24il. .. .. ... .. hts.auo' .s. .. .... ... IIMpntseuam 1211" m
elegantly and within easy: walking! dlstinco in ha A,511p ... 44e1.tr.. .. .. 1I1lT1..w ,. ,. .I.. 1I1111'lnl l InlinAIII11.IA
tired. tho in the
I el) furnished parlor, orchestra. of the churches and pheen of amuitement people houso1y braying 94,1) .. .. Clapte .. .. .. .T.III".I., .. I.. 11I1,1 p4Aau.Akita .
Adolph Albin, the champion chest Strictly first-class In A good| livery stable Is attached to the approved equine stylo. The lUX'cu"- torip: :'_" C15ipat.' .: rartrshgts.. ::.iv .ta'pm ? annum
of Austria, is a clever writer on every respect. home, from which order touted sound at the early hour, proceeding . .. 1J1It". .". . ..Mam----.J"'ko."tll1', .:: : ,'., .\' .... .. .. V'AI'III nAiaw124p
layer since Ruent can did from the of the .. .. t11lastv. .. ... Palatka, .. Ar'''.. .... ... Venus: Rapti
been teams it center
and has a player at a moment notice as
IBM topici UATFS:-$2.jO: to *400 .1u 4'' Iterl111'hl iI1t5m
asap *
lt tar
24 He defeated Dr. Tarrasoh ate per ihy. Kites:-*;!.50 to M; per day; *I2 to *n: house canned! a panic among some of : : : : i :: :: :112aa.I" .: lisallunne., : ......: ; :.1:::: ." :: 1n4Jsn 2M1pm4abp :: nt4MIp
e was Dresden congress.Mrs. Special by the week, and to Commercial per week. )r. Hino. the tenant, who rushed Out of their .. .. U'It."I. .. .. .. 11..1'11111.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 1"\It"11I 13111", "

Mozette of Jackson county Men. rooms and sought shelter in thl'portl'r'slodge. : :: : : :. ae5li:::: :: . .. :. ttlhts IJs'plAeI; 'Le I .. .. .talnratllle( .. .. .. ..1 A I:::' :::':'. i.aAam IM.aii' 20M1i.m 5 I: :

ioh.[ an inmate of the county alms- CRAPO & LeVENE, ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA. The landlord wan summoned to .:: eel'asap:: ... tsLp.11v'pat; :: :. "" '".. Itrsrl Mleanup7: elale Ir..: :::::::::: C415bb laeant :Iaapu IMint I: :::

old and glories in the Proprietors. the spot and the donkey having been . eon .. .. 1110.1. .. .... . ... i5aht" ,. .. .. .. '.. I.... .. ... C4S5Sii IiWipu
onso, is 100 years discovered M. Schmitt wan directed to Tsp .. .1:1.: .. Vndlls11d I'lir" .. ., .... ... ... 'alllIIr., am
ortion that she is "as mean a woman : set .. . ... ., ,,\ .... .. .. .,,ITIIam II la.ut
breath into. COLUMBIA appear I before the local polioo commissary .. .. .. .. .. .. .1It.1.I\r..I.'I".r"' ....... ... .. I.611t''I'r. .\ .. ... .. ... 5415 nt
i God ever put HOTEL who formally charged him with . .. .. .. .. IInlt'kMIII..I.\_ ... .. .... .. .. Matn

Samuel Howe, the Denver's most city valuable detect.ai HOTEL COQUINA creating nuisance in his honso. The i iiAn'aap:, :: .:- -I2.yaLv.: : :::: .:,Jili. 5anf"r.l.6M.0Yllla.. .:,::::: : ::: harem iSiut22.tiI. :

re, bas perhaps Centrally Located on St. George old soldier: argued his case energetically .. .. .. .. : ... . . Tsa.pe. .. .,.HI-re-I--1. 19pipmI7nna
ell as the most complete record of aIty' and maintained that the landlord had .. . .. ,. .. $445pI.e.' ... .. nartnw.. .. . .. At wean
.crime and criminal outside of the Street. .. .. .. 5i11a I..,. ..... FurtMeadr I .. .... \ \;aaam
him to substitute the donkeyfor .. .
apartment libraries of Chicago and 4 ORMOND-BY-TIE-SEA{ +I- Overlooking Old Fort Marlon and Park empowered tho dog. He was told to reserve his IiMa flea :::: .. .. Slop:::/.\r .::, .:::.1h'.Ilugitrmn: :: iiMnht'24.n.!: : ::: ":::1 aiianl iailstn
.. 1151)' .. . ,i1tnIR fl..r.-I.. iSin aiii' .. .. ,tit :.ia t.
York. 51A'1.1r .. ..
... .
ew and a full view of the Ocean and defense for the magistrate who v. an to ---- : : :: :::: :::: :
.. .. ,.., ... NISI
U lit I' In 4ia f. ",' ", A' IIiI'm 'I' itS
Levy Tucker of Todd county Ky, isat FLORIDA. rolling breakers from the pi izzis. try tho affair -London Tehgrnph.llnaln . M" tarry: .. .. .. I.... .. .:",pr.rl., .. J.nctlnn Si.aiii'' 2la! put

i the head of a family whose aggregate .. .. .. amp IICi.: 2471'acip: ,. .::.:. : ..F.nterl.rlse.iMhs.n ........ .: .,'. :::: I S.st5ht Ai aC.:I 2laput IMlpnt712P : :: :::
eight is fl94 pounds. Mr. Tucker ... .. . : 94"P .. Is Him1is .. ... .. .. At4am 12MpnitY11p :

eight 268 pounds, his wife 2S6 pound OPEN DEC. f 1st W M, TEAHEN Proprietor.Gas The fart la \\ell known that petroleum _laap._/ :::. AI.Ti'l'tNUltk..I.- : :: :.....:_:::. ssiasiitl2en1m!

and his two daughters 834 and 236poundl spirit, or Ixuzino, is largely uS(1l1ln the 7911)lisle:): .I Ar Ar Air Tnvsrrs Is.iR ::,: .:: :: : :.I!t.in2am:::' ..

respectively ilk and wool industries and in chemical Ir.v.

Israel Putnam, the sturdy old generalof Electric Dells and perfect systemof cleaning work as a solvent for Jacksonville ((111.11\0: :111')1104.1: ') R Lr Royal 1'lm'IlIInl'nlm: ( III'I\I'h1O) ) niv :
the Revolution, was a tavern keeper SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are greasy impurities. It in extremely volatile Sanford: . tl\1': I.v. I Huh.1 l inks 11 "1'11I..W.I.jr.,( 10\:!: a
but unusually illiterate. Hewas Specialties at Ormond.rr Sanitary Sewerage.Green and inflammable and has often been Ar. Tltllsvl1lo (wharf) 4''N' I' r.\ lintel Hhh'rllh'h"'I'( : ) 104:". a If
courageous, the broke out, and inspected of being the cause of those Lv. 'l'itullvlllo (daily: ex. Sunday" ) 4 U I' lhte .JIIII'II\( bake W"'lh .Ir.) II :ti: altue
57 when war Ilotrl Indian n., HCll'klc.d/I'/ '10I( I' r.v. Jlllln ('IR .1..C I.. W. Ity) 1160 a
his fame rested on personal prowess ( For Circulars, address, Cove Springs Florida mysterious fires which oocaidonallybreak 1)ueJupiterfollnwIngday( ). . 1:1: :'Inpr.. .JlIl'ltl'r' (,11\11)) 122lp: :!:
rather than skill: as a commander. out in works and factories whereit Lv. Jupiter (.Ially). 1:14.1: I' lv Jupiter (.I..lIy 1.11. NlIIII.I.I\: ) 1 tin p : '
Maine's oldest fisherman Uncle Tim SEISER & VIKING Managers ii much used. One who has studied Ar .JlIl'ltI'r (via J. & I.. w. Tly) 1 u pAr. lintel Indlau It.. (L.rklr.lgi!! ) t7 O. a

died at Portland a few days ago this phenomenon declares that the ignition .\ Juno (via; Lake WCltth 8tr.) l'le I' r.v. lI"tl'l rCIIAII lI.. (HClt'kl..IJl") ) LOIN) alhle
Dyer of 92 He worked a'She ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. of this spirit is spontaneous and il Hotel Hh'lera (IUvlrlR). 2 (N) I' lhu' Tltllsvllle (,dally l'X.l'illn.layl) II 4\: a

at i the age almost years.to the day of hi SL: CLAIR HOTEL.FINEST caused by electrical excitation-that is, Ulle lIotl'l I.BkeWClllhll..W.r.jf( ) 2:1"1': r.v. Tit II Il V Ill" (\\hRlf) 122(1p: I:

death nets, and less than up a year ago captur1 in certain states of the atmosphere, particularly Iueltuyal l'ulm'llmB ((1'1\1m 11.) 3Np Ar Jal'ksollvllll'I".lIanm\'t.r( : ) 6 Oil I' '
and the
when it il cold dry
1 single handed a halibut weighing THE IDYLWILD spirit becomes excited and exhibits lisily 1 Ihrily tII.III" 111111.1.,.. t Bally nrpl" Alundsy. S SAdditinnalln.IisnRlcct.rrvl.

882 pounds. *_ LOCATION AT THE SPRINGS. parks and flashes of light, to the accompaniment Wsdueaia snd Frld.va' fur Itr"Ie.kla.lga.hr.t.'amrrapp.Illtedlnl.esr.TitUtilkI45)a.a11., Mrilmurnn snd wn / lirntrning 1m.Mo".Ian MelbonntestI .
In. '
Queen Lilinokalani is especially of crackling sounds. and i' a, nt.: tiincia: )., Thur.dp. and I ) .rIlTi I. :; .jll"I a p. m, I

meted In what the newspapers say the ignition of the spirit may take placeat "ITI.I.M" ('"I( ".:IU'I'F.Tr.I" ::1.1. I.rl"r, Buffet ears unIseen J.'k."IIIIO, Tampa
snd 1'nnuttonis ('' ', .,,r..lalklitollnltkovlll.. Tralu 1\0.. T'II".II""III .., ,
tout her and there Is a press clipping ; '" > Espre.st: Parlor
Melbourne, Florida.Open any moment. Kissling in Germany, Buffet ean.iaek. mvllle to Tanvtll.' Train ho.itS Ilunrt ig ccr Nrw Turk I'ort Tampa
bureau in this country that sends to her Having unobstructed view of recommends that a small quantity of Tnin. Noii, IhiCrt sire: u11 ear('Inelnnatt suit" Js.; h.unvlll.t I\-I:: Tsinps. Trnln Nn.t1 Htrlnr ShifMt :
address in Honolulu everything that il "",1".1'811 Ihtma .. Tampa .I'lt'ko"nlll"l; I'.rlor Ih'IT..t ('.n Tin..,III. to Jsckcimrill. -
of soluble In
some kind soap, petroleum .; ('hair ran Itns.ksrllle: to 1'al.tka. Train' No. :rJ, Bufet slerping' care Hut Tamps to New
printed in the press of the United States January 15, 180 be dissolved In It, and maintain Sork and Tampa to ('luclmmtl. !
juoernlng her elf.Ardlley the St Johns River. that this will prevent the electrical excitation W. It (.oFFIN. W. 1. nsNIIAM: n. n. CABLE. j
Towers the house in which A select family Louse; Beautifully flen. 11111" J.. T. .'t K. {t'. It.,. Supt' t'lorl.II N.nnhern. 1I.1t. lien.. 1'1111"' In.l. IIh., Nlbt.' Co. ,
even when to little as .03 to .09 .
n. 1) ACKKItbt': Ut.,1 Passenger Agent, Jseks.mvllle, t111.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gould are living at located on a Bluff, overlooking Indian is added the use of soap in spirit thai - I
,
River fires best of beds
Bright large
,
Dobbs Ferry, stands in a park-Ardsfcy' handsomely furnished is in a state of excitation always averting
rooms, throughout -
irk-with three other houses, all built offering every home comfort. Thoroughly Renovated. Hot and cold the danger of ignition. It is mentioned Jacksonville Ii.
by the late Cyrus Field for members ofhis that this form of activity in petroleum ,

i family that of Edward Field being KIT* Cuisine a Specialty. Sulphur Bath in the hotel. spirit li never observed in moist If ti

the most expensive.The weather the condition of St. Augustine
or warm r
RATES :-(2 per day. Less per week. MARTYN & EDGERTON.
late Senator James G. Fair which carry off or prevent the manifestations

ones told Colonel N. H. A. Mason, the of electricity. The soap probably &. Indian Rjver
"When I went provides the necessary moisture
California cattle kln& -----------

10 i Virginia City, all I wanted was toget water being otherwise nonmlxable with

> a little bit of a stake to keep my JVO. r. McCALL. petroleum spirit V Railway.

family from starving. I never expected ---

10 make a fortune. INRI.A. T RIVER MOTEL, STAGE GLINTS. ouatA Tlm Table In Effect: Mur. I"th. I""".

Henry Baggo, who played Captain All Rail Line to Lake Worth via St Augustine Ormond and
TURF TOPICS. Vernon in "The Prodigal Daughter"
Rockledge. -
; rFY
-
TITUSVILLE has resigned.
Colonel has made ,
Jacob Ruppert a
A. ].1. Palmer has been elected to South Bound North Bound
number of entries in English events, -- -
---H-- : Indian River.Tin.
in the Oarrick club London .
membership
mostly for 2.year-olds. according to a cablegram. No.va, u.ah u811 u'r: : 'INna2 ... "'T I I Ts.LvJa .

William J. Lewis, alias Charles J.Balsom 'kan.vtlle f 2l\a Inca t7Mi I' 715 I." W Pati,, IIt"c'-' -: :-- .' ; .' a IM1 a ii
horse ._. s Edwin Arden, who l is tho son-in-law Ar$1.Augu.tliie 113IIII1IM. Vonl' 51ap 1.'lIvl..ra. .... . 72Iaii
western thief
a champion
now in jail at Pacific, Mo., says be has : JVO. P. MtCALL.MAMUEK.. of Thoma W. Keene, will continue to 5.:, St.Auguahta:: .. aetsl9/ap:12IIII:: Lvllnl.aN'Rtud.I.vW.Ja: ;. dtrr.::: .... :...inaaa. IMla 515a.t sI.eIla.tluga
stolen manage Mr. Keoiie next season. _I." Ka.t_ I'alafka 112'Ja U M I' hr AI...'.....,. .... 5aa: a u,
500 horses.
over < ....
St. Gandens will use as his model for 4 repertory Rose Coghlan"The thinks Great of Pearl adding Case to her, Lrl'slutka.r'alaka.: ,. .: aNwl'l.l1 4w I.2n.p.- -=.-: -' Lvdruw I.ytu.rt.: ,i::: :::::: : .. ::::::::11215 IIN2aI5ktaln: senate SNIam

the hone for the New York statue for Aryan Matsu luCla' 2111 p ,,
Open All The Year. l.r Fort 1'/ere./ I V
General Sherman a 8. Howland'i I if which is now running London. I.e Nen Slatni I : .. I l Ma ..: l.r: Nt I.ucis.:. : :: : : "I .1 ant : m
Belle with Alex Aiinon.i 11131''". 1211 I' -.. .-. ... M..I1""rrllt. .... ... 137 J" II 04 a III
champion high jumper Ontario. Creighton, formerly '..11'11I"1. ... 10 ;its II :2 II' ,. I.v Saran. .. .... I" IS a 1M
ander Salvini is rehearsing a repertoryof 1..0rlll.u'J""c. 1114.ts 1141'1' .. .. .. .. ,." F'ali: .111111.. ... I'" I' 1I1 a toLv
American horses have won the Eng 49 Only a few minute comedies in Chicago.She l"'v"'II. .. 1u 4..a II Al' I' . .. ... Ihs.kledg5...., .... .. .... S :It'l"11' M a UI
lish Derby, the Bt Leger, the Cam 7.: 'F walk from Ktllway etc- Shakespearean Lvl'ortIir.nge. Slap .. .. I.ei.e's .. .. ... :II IS pin
bridgeshire tioiiH and bU.imboat landings will star In: hew Nn.rna: iii;;'; a I5 p: i.e ('ity Point.;; ; : :::: : :: : : it u :: an
the Csesarowltoh and about I.. flak 11111.. .. .Illro: a... ", 1..TUII..lll. .... ...... auIp124apm:
w
.U the classic events of the British turf. ,. i Bert Coote will appear for the rest of I.eTlluarllle.IIila4lrtI: I.eItakIntl .. ... .... .. .. .". a... 1'1 I 101 I' 01
., On the bank of the this season and next season as a star in '.. ('''11'.ln'. .. ... .. 4MI' S.r New Nu.yrna.. .... .. ... .. 4..1. 14.1 1' m
S. R., 2.13)1, the pacer who broke g b I." f"It"III. .. .. .1\11' ErP"rt ..."""... ...... .... toe I. ...
eft a piece of bone in his at the Buf far famed Indian Kiver "The New Boy" under the management ''I'V''I'' S imp '.llayhnia .... .... .. .. ... 4221'1'00 I' mI.vVru85111a
leg of Oustave Frohman. .. Ilap S4Ap Arirnmud..' .. .. .. .. .... 4iinp 9litptlLv
Mo grand circuit meeting has fully re m:1JI3: NEV'V' :MA.NAGEl'KENT.THE N.ruo .. a 4a :: .. .. .. 5.5 tanuand::::: ::: : .: .. 4 1 91 5. 21 p: : :
covered. He Arthur F. Bourchler has contractedwith I.eMell.mrne I aMp . I.r5/nn"ndJnne.. 44.p, : /pm.
next '"
will be to
ready race George K Krause of the Boston S.Nt I.ucle., .. 231'1 9 73"1' .. .. .... A'.ala'..... .. .. .. llCll"' Ln hl

Summer If Carbine should come to America, Globe connection to produce with Walter the latter's D. BottsTHE comedy in !:H i. S .1'leree., .. : : :: :::::: H !): :::: :: :: tf Nxn Atteu Alats.r :::: ::<: 1'I'lo._'Mp-:' + f

be ought feat .. ... .. ... .. .. 1 ''luII.
to be an acquisition. His I
Ilicla. .
of .. I ::.:.:: ___ 5.26pMr: J' .01
winning the Melbourne cup, two I.. 11..1. lUn.I. ... .. .....I, 1611 I' .. .. Lr 11..tlug.' .. .... .. .. Ia.! I' mI.e
miles, with 145 pounds, is one of the CALKING MACHINE FASHION PLATE. W. Jupltnr.' 42411 515 p I .. .. Aritt. Auguath ..I' I Ste I' 455 p mI.e
great WALTON RAPID : Riviera.. .. ::: .. .. I sv1):: :: l.e Nt. Auguetlue.:: 7MM 5Mi., 5M. p mAr
of the
racing exploits century. Velvet, moire and satin ribbons, both W 1'.111I Iwac' an"I' 545) ArJIU..nrlll.. .. 1.10",1." 100" mEANT

The 2 year-old colt Montauk, which and fancy are very popular trimmings
Richard Croker has sent .abroad, has Patented In the United State, Great Britain and Canada. plain for nearly all gowns for demi- 'O.\HT AND WENT ('O.UT' I EASTAMT aNU WEST 'O""T,

Been entered in the Newmarket. Cham 1'L. 'n. Au..u.llo.. Cloned an0 0....... Sew TI'unltl. snd Enterprise June.l'Ity -
the Boat Builders In the United States. dress Juset5nn, .....
pion and Two Thousand Guinea stake in Use by some of Principal Women who have slender graceful -. ._u_ --'

of the 1896. Montank is also entered in figures will be quite willing to adopt -NolTIINTATIONS. !TI BTATltlX8.
English --I i I IX03'I
Derby-Horseman. I
TITUSVILLE FLOniDA. the revived fashion of lacing the bodice XO 74 No

at the back. ,2I... M."warvlll. Ar 1. ::-:::. : : :I Z L1.i L. W I'allll J1e"'b Ar"ii'i'y o eae
Economical Fuel. ... Mt.Augu.tln., a iSip .. .. .. E.'rtl'Ierc.. Jt'I'
Short, jaunty little jackets will be I 1'saka 5IM1p .. II 1I..lUr... aMp
An economical fuel can be made as worn the coming season just as soon M ,,10 .. IIrn..n.1 454p .. .'. 11I"1 Situ 1111111. eii .....
'oilowi' Small coal charcoal or saw- ) ....1. l iaytons 4 2rp .. la"I, ICAK'k'."IC. "..leI. I lllp
oust, i the weather permits the removal of .. 11 '\ New Nn.yrna. 4 emi .. .. )' Ar Tttllovlll. .14
part; clay or loam, 1 part; sand heavy coats and capes. . llM1 Irks Ilea 211I1)' 12M"la 611.. f.y Tllnn1l1. Ar'
with water to -- INSnge I/'df.: .... ,11I". ItA.'Ar' Ellte-rl..I".I..i'
,
enough
make n into stiff balls. TheseIhou.ld ", ,,, ."___ JI".JlJI.. A feature of French importations for .. .. UIIIIA'I' CI"Ju..n. (IL. ." aln'", ,t.". A. lIIIJ.r..1 Lv I iibI
is fine woolen fabrics in their .. 1 Isle A' Ranf..1 I., 1 N1" 4 t.I). 5905. Ly "nf"1 Ar 1Ii.1I :
be placed upon an ordinary fire spring lwl. :: WInter5'ark :: 194np Slap 55 p WinterPark' 194ry
w a height which is above then BEWARE natural tints, ecru or gray undyed and Ilop I Irlan.ks 17811.:: : 5a.p. 515) Sir.udn Elil': :
slightly .. ,..
taken from 24(11. KI..I..o.M 12011. 11I'1' snap 1..lmUl. 1:11.1':
'* They produce a heat considerably Insist Imitation undressed, just as they are SIapI"1 T.'I' 5'4A1. .. .. 114IIJ. Tampa 1"'IiI
"** intense onARfl trade marks the loom."Senora". Slip: Tao'I' Hay "otel" 5 a.p . .. .. 1111II"". Tampa IIM1 "..tel s a.
than that emitted ordi
by Lead label. ., eul5. I't T.ol' 51sip . .lep: 9qa.lap
ry fuel and effect a saving of one is the name of the new 1' Punta thirds Sa1I ,. ... .... .. 1'untaleda 131'
halt .. .. .. .. .. .
the ordinary quantity of coals bright shade of Spanish red that il 1031.. tit. I..rabur' 626: Kt I..burar t .1

*wl a fire thus made up will require I slightly less vivid than the popular
neither AHP RAIeKSODA color, but more brilliant than All train.' Ball keenrlll.and Augustine.Tnln. .
cherry
stirring :
nor fresh fuel for eight r.uth 111 Augustin:: run dally I :: .
Ul II hours._New York Dispatch. either the geranium or nasturtium dyes. Trains Si.11. 9a sad 11 .....k. .0.to... b.. ..... J..k..vr..14 sad I'It.' AuCQ."....
Borne of the new models ia spring Traln,9 aisle. to al st.q'e hMw.e. Ja keoevll. and N. AIIIII.U.. but ...nl" 0' fit.Asguetinearq.

.Aee .... c... capos have lengthwise rows of out jet .*Trala at:a statlms.'pp, aland n carry.sit.Buffet whli b larl tem.e..twe.. JarkaunTlll *ml Wr.l Palm R.ai.b.
Ethel-Don't you think that pair of in covering the Urge cape collar, Train aft carne illman Buffet Htorplny' car *n routrroiu Nw York to Ht Auau.tiN.
galloon :
ages lovely packages Tral* >T I*/ .. ..clu l *.ly of I'ullman, cart, Moeptlnc on Monday, wium IraU ItppMl
George the galloon effectively edged with a narrow .Iu1 with regular I wm
Ge wg. (with visions of last night's line of black ostrich feather trim- rain an rairtM Hullmaa J 'ij.ar..d Blplf tilt ta rooU "'. Augustine to >t. Turk via' r
poker c. f and Huutlwra ""'I.a,.
'ant j56)::Curse the things I ll don't Costs no more than inferior package soda- ming. Train a*. eunipnacd ..rliuiT.lT of Oilman Rkwpln sail INning ran, ",. Autpulln. to Nrw
to hear York via Allan tie f'iiwt Unn, Nu.d. train I* Kuli..l with neuter cuarbM" .
eimptlnr
anything about them.
Ethel! b" never spoils the flour, keeps soft, and b sent.wrsally The favored "picture hat" of the Train 15 carriM Buffet twk.rear. Vi:'! JlUin lisa{ ':to JackauuTlll., also ilifloiaa Hlw|>i*(
-B Jos s Pken to George since I moment is of black velvet decorated far tn rout Ht. Aurnitln. to Nsw Vnrk via Atlantic C' in tto vorld.Htfa
5alo Express. ecknamUdged purest Trl 14 earn.. BuB. Parlor car Wwt l-alm HMU-II to Ml Anirutln.
with a cloud of sable plumes drooping *_"(. *on train* at and Tt bar Twenty M!..!.. far l>lan.r at 0...... "..dlu..
round the brim oat of which rises a tuffgyn urn ta and T4 here Ua fur lunch at Onuund Junction.Tli .
0.-I Is..yaIs.a I'I'I only fey CBUKCB *V OCX* Rtv Tort three full tip or an TIa.aTabl.' ibowt the I.c-which trainaoajr Iw.ipwtwi to rrl". sad drpart fromth.Mt.ru I
of two
mate it toswnwr of W411P".Swrw f > eluster or ilatliHM, but their arrlral or departs at UM tluMW .laud 1* nut guaranteed, nor d"MUM
k"anih. a frequent a..t.nu algxet with antennas of black or a vivid t-. paajr hold itself rnpowlbU for say dclajr or say coowquoat-n truing tbcnforuiJ. .
This explains why so few p> k.Li.5.4 fs..ar S.r.!.w
color. New York Post B. J A1KOTT JOSKI-II KirilAllliMIV.
*"**** beoomt laasn*-Texas Sifting. i _. _..neJ..t. O...I ,,_.,.. A(....







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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE MARCH 22, 1895.
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1:11111\111: : the Tnx..". and come down with their' launches for Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report.
the winter months. Within a few hours THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM ft

Nothing abort of an equalization of the they can either be In Lake Worth, lilvcayne .
Day, or out of one of the Inlets
I. ,
to the state"f
utpen 'os necessary carry on
Into the orran'a
f goveronientwIll be satisfactory to thepeople gulf stream. Baking
of Hoi Ida.! It I III believed that "From New River south to Biscayne | Paid Up Capital $26,000.00.
the only way to reach such a result will\ Day the country through which the
lie by the creation of a State Board of canal will pass Is especially attractiveup LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.We
the HlllHboro lYPsS .
Equalization. Every citizen should bear river. For a distanceof PowderABSOLUTELY ,
over twelve miles the scenery U un-
hit due proportion of the burden of theKoernmcnt
No advantage should be snrpasscd. To add to the charm the list of
given one Interest over another or one climate Is perfect, the air being similar have for sale a large carefully

property] holder over another. Xo good to; that of celebrated.Biscayne Day, which is becoming PURE selected Indian River Properties.
citizen will hesitate what I III honestly Such Is the natureof
to
pay the lands that are being revealed to' Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
due from \him to the state, but Agents for Lint;

many with being good! toed citizen solely are becoming for the wearied benefitof the the east world coast through canal,the and development there can be no of THE CIHCUS. I I I Charming Weather in Florida. Canal and Transportation Co.

doubt but that the
other A JUllt distribution of the entire section will be CA1VAL LAN'DS.Florida : .
taxed wl11l01l'er the rate, make the1 bur thickly settled within a qery few years." W. n. Harris' Nickel-Plate Circus : Never In the history of Florida has Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A; Key West Railway i.nmLoads.
den lighter on the whole people, and afford The Hlllsborough (not Hlflsboro) exhibited in Titusville last Monday the warm, bright, sunny days, the balmyair Disston Company's. Indian River Loan aM Investment ( "., ,
ample revenue to maintain the govcrnmertt river lies between Lake Worth and New afternoon and evening. Several new the blue skies been so appreciatedas and esker Low Priced Lands
and Its various Interests River, not between New River and Day artists have joined the company since during the past few weeks. True,
place
on the high road of prosperity. The leg Jincayne. See any map of Florida.Ed. .- its appearance here last year; and, while the winter has not all been disagreeable, Money: 10; Lon.zi: A.iwt tye on Hand.
islature should see to It that the taxes [; ADVOCATE]. the performance at that time was satisfactory but there has been so much bad weather At Ten per cent, in lumt to uti.
are equalized.-Gainesville\ Sun. the general opinion Is that the that an entire week of glorious sunshineIs Write for Descriptive },)foe List of Carefully Selected Properties
show last Monday was away adead of a subject of rejoicing. Ladles are
,
TilE FLAGUm PARTY AND last year. Notwithstanding the hard availing themselves of It to enjoy glorious Titue jlle. Florida.
In the Land of Flowers.The IHSCAYNE DAY. times, both performances were well at gallops through the piney woodland
tended. Many of our people went in the more picturesque hammocks,
Southern Cycler of Louisville the afternoon and evening. well, and where the bright, fragrant; yellow jessa
,
Ky., says: Interest In cycling was much, I Messrs Flagler Parrott, Ingrahamand all expressed themselves as delighted mine \la blooming In such profusion, as Fred. S. Chaffee & Co *! *
enlivened by a race recently run In TI. Miles returned! from a trip to lils and that they got the full value for their though It would compensate for the
tusville. The distance was 5} miles, and I cayne Day, last week. Everybody Is anxious money. We are certain this circus will absence of the orange blossoms that ,
the course around a double form. to know If the trip of these gentlemen get a warm welcome whenever it may divides honors with them usually. The I
ing a circuit of half-a-mlle.square The contestants referred to means anything new in come this way again.: We have' not bay Is white with sails, groups of merry
were A. S. Thompson, formerly the way of enterprises or projects for : pace to mention the members of the men and women returning from a jaunt -4THE CORNER DRUG STORE,

()f Amerlcus, Oa., and Harry C. Budge, he far southern portion of the East company In detail; but Miss Dorian, the out to the buoys or up the river, are
2oast. Some of the believe Is and to be met with
of Titusville. treat Interest was manifested optimists trapeze performer, a daring refined constantly sparkling
by the citizens, and everybody the railroad will shortly be extended artist of the highest order. Her !eyes and glowing cheeks; the streets TITUSVILLE : FLORIDA
turned out to witness the race Budge southward from West Palm Beach to a movements are marvels of gracefulness, bright with the pretty summer gowns ,.
was the favorite: while Thompson Is permanent deep water terminus, off Key and she seems to perform the most the ladles are donning; the little flower
somewhat of "dark hoise" In Largo: others think that another mammoth difficult feats with perfect ease. The girls are selling violets, jessamine and
a }
but after Florida; hotel, to rival In proportion the concert after the circus was short, but wild pansies everywhere surely, "Floe.i We try to keep a full stock of.
Budge; riding half-a-mlle
slipped his rear tire while, unfortunately loyal Polnclana, will be constructed In very good,' and well worth the small l ida has come Into her own again."- Pure Fresh Drugsof Best Quality

turning a coiner, and dropped out. the Immediate future on the beautiful price of admission. The Tatler. Purity, Freshness and Quality In Drugs Is a very Important matter.


Thompson Sterling jicconds., and Thompson's finUhed Budge In road 15 mount minutes a Cleveland.was and a '03 14 shore to As learn far of,Biscayne as nothing the ADVOCATE further Day. In has the been way able of A Pleasant Inciting at the'l'rc-tbjtcrlan The Salaries of Our Ofllcers.Mr. : A good line of Toilet Articles, Stationery, Cigars, Etc, Etc

"Urevaid county, In which TltusvilleIs railroad extension or hotel building Is Church. We Business In Methods -
situated contemplated at present, but there may Harry Roberts, of Mime, who gave run our "Op-to-Date" -
lies for 125; miles
the
Indian along be plans afloat, for aught we know. We our office a call the other day, said he tr: Special attention to mall orders. We will try and fill your wants by mail
River, and a vole Is soon to betaken This (Friday) evening, Mch. 22, there thought-so that would be able to
the I believe, that Mr. Flagler and we lust as well aa If you called In person. All orders for goods- in stock shipped today
on question of Issuing bonds for howeverJ
will be entertainment the above
an at tide over the hard times as softly as
received. trade.
arty l the trip to Inspect they are We want your
the puipoHeof building shell road uponor he canal between Lake Worth and New church. As the admlssson Is only lOcts., possible-that it be a good plan for the
near the bank of the river, and have doubt there will be
extending we no a large Town Council and County Commissioners
liver which Is almost completed and
the entire length of the count ; attendance. The following is the pro- to assist the people, by reducing the
in they went to Biscayne Day to gratify
The bicycle riders are working hard heir and the beautiful gramme: salaries of the officers for awhile. He is J. S. Smith Jr. & CO.
curiosity see
the Interest of the bond issue, and If the <
under the that at this
toad Is built It will country, about which they had heard so AN KVKNINO WITH tOSOFELtOW.MiiKln Impression, present ,, ,
provide a course for much. As to their Impressions in regard ... ...... .....TnntrumenUl solo time, the money paid to our county
century runs that will be a world beater. RolJ.I1.. ..... .... .Answer bv UuotMlon. officers is too much, and retrenchment DEALERS INBRICK-
It would also be : to Discayne Day and Its future, we ........ ... ... .
an excellent place for :May, .... .., .. .Lonl{ el1ow'8 J.lfe.Ic.t'ltatlon. should be the watchword for the next
winter training, as the load: would are gratified to report to our readers ... ....... .. ....Children'. Hour.
surfaced be that It met their expectations. At the tunic.................... ...Instrumental Holo. two or three years.
with shell, which becomes as .... ......... .
Anecdotes and Notes of Longfellow.Keaillng ..
hard and as smooth as marble." Bret glance they were somewhat disappointed ........ ferional Trait of LonKfrllow.MuHlo. B* Didn't Know. .,!- .".-. ."'/-'N: .,!. I ::: :
but after they had walked ....... ...... ..............Duet.Story. .
around for miles, traveling a distance ...... ,.........Courtship of tars* Rtanillnb. "Blower evidently didn't know what
JIAY DlSOAYN1.. which would have made them feel very Song......'::.'::....:::::::::::..:.'...:::::Kvanpllne.Bong TheBrlcle.onuuico .. he was talking about when he boasted ,

much fatigued In any other part of the .....,.. ........ ................Kvangellne. that no wife" of hi* would ever wear the Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair; Etc.,, Etc.
tate, they realized that there was something There will be refreshments composedof trousers.
The KffecU of the Freeze.The .
Invigorating and exhilarating In Mlnnehaha cake, Ice cream, etc. "Didn't, eh?" AOKNT\FOB :-. I Will always give very lowest pric .
foliage; of several fruit-bearing the breeze, and that the air made them "Nope; the girt he has just married is ROME BRICK CO., Rome,. Ga/, I I and prompt shipments
trees and plants has suffered-notably eel bright; and buoyant. The evidences the president of a bicycle bloomer club. I COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta, Ga., I Give us your orders and we guar
the banana, the leaves of which are of fertility of the rocky soil were startlIng Sloop For Sale. Buffalo Courier. ',THE CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO. | ante satisfaction.
nipped, but the plants themselves are and would have been Incredible to
unhuit The tomato crop will be shortened anybody. who could not see for himself For sale, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl5ft; atm.ett OFFICE : WAREHOUSE':
about one-third; the pineapple crop In short, they pronounced the climate of tonnage, 18 27-100; In first-class condition Covldvt Help 138 East: Bay Street. McConlhe.. Block.
not at all, though the foliage has suffereda the bay Incomparable; they had never New sails head-room in cabin. Lady (in a crowded oar)-Thank you Telephone X84. TelephoM 2'"..
little, and.the fruit will hardly be up experienced anything like it before, and Beet party or trade boat of her size on sir, but I don't like to deprive you of JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
to the standard. Shipments of tomatoes the soil has a producing capacity ahead he river. Price, $400.00. Apply to your comfortable seat -- ---
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leave the bay dally, and ripe fruit Is of their anticipations. These were the E. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt. Irishman (who has risen to offer a
being constantly enjoyed-luscious, ripe, impressions as to Biscayne Day, as stated Peter Nelson, Titusvllle, Fla., where she seat)-Be the powers, ma'am. It was
be *tf IE.Groceries L :se D
tempting. to an ADVOCATE representative by a may seen comfortable no longer when Oi saw ,
Mr, J. W. White, of Cocoanut Grove, prominent member of the party. yon
standin.Household Words.
has a 12-acre farm about four miles west The writer has visited the bay several For Sale.A Grain Garden. Seed Fertilizer.

of the bay near the Everglades. Upon lines, and believes that the gentlemen Always .... Hay, ,
this, In addition to many kinds of growing referred to will become more and more
vegetables, such as beans, peas, celery I charmed with the bay on Intimate acquaintance pineapple plantation of twenty Tommy-Paw, what la an "Intellec I call the Attentlon.of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
onions, cabbage; tomatoes and I -at least that was our own acres' on Indian River; dwelling and teal soiree?" eSc Crjroeeriew Fruit
cauliflower, he has 70,000 pineapples experience. tacking houses two acres under Irrigation Mr. FiRg-It is generally one where Staple JT'an.iiey ,
fruitlag. He informs the Sun that of for vegetables. Enquire of the refreshments do not cost more than And Food ProductsOf

this fruit there will be probably 10,000( CHAR. II.Waveland HOWLAXD Fla., a dime a head Indianapolis Journal All Kinds. Also :My Steak of
rownless anti somewhat dwarfed, but Episcopal Church Services. ,
that the quality of the fruit and the ---- --- -- ----- --- Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed! Meal, I

remaining 00,000 will not be Impaired A lIargaln.
will\ be held .
services Ground Food
Lent every and Wheat.I
the leant and that the apple will be
\Vednesdayevenlngat 7:30, up to Holy the house Indian River above tine of
marketed on time. The fruit Is now Business lot, 23 feet front, on Washington am only etv dealiag exclusively the
more than half grown. In as short a Week. Lectures on the church history avenue, with tin shop, north of Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solicit
time as possible Mr. White will begin to will be delivered. josley A Kenaker can be had for $400. your patronage, Very truly
Litany every Friday morning at 10 33.,T.- n=t t. yv DY.
hip. What Is hid excellence U that of Week. This is very cheap. Nothing elite can be
many other planters on the bay, and In o'clock, up to Holy tad In same neighborhood: at double the iUHEO iei* -
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the vicinity. Vegetation U practically price! JACKSONVILLE FLA
unhurt, and the country practically un tf. Ronmx & GRAHAM Co.
&
injured. Development will continue, Call for a Meeting of the Democratic FEASTER BREITWISCH
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It has been for the ----
just a* doing past Executive Com
three years, and the farming Interests of
South lade will In nowise suffer mittee.LA Read Read! Read successor to L. A, Coleman,

Cocoanut trees show no signs of 'Wbolesale of all
injury] Roses and hibiscus trees are In GKANQE, FLA., March 20. : and Retail FLORIDA MEATS kinds
full bloom fresh served
; vegetables are
Dealers In
The members of the Democratic WRITE TO THE S.
continuously, and there Is not the slightft County .
murmur of discouragement; Gardening Executive committee are notified Orange and Growers.
If at all had to meet at the court house, Titus t Vegetable
goo on as nothing
happened, watch Is really the clllefor vllle, on Monday, April 1st, at ISlOp. m., L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER CO. La Grange Fla
nothing serious has happened and the for the transaction of business. : ,

liillliant prospects of this country remain TOM. JOHNHOX, Chairman. --
undlmmed-lather the reverse, 11. D. ARCIIIBAID, Secretary. J aoksonv1.11o: F10r1.cl.a, I
owing to Injury In other portions:
}101'ldll.Trollcal Sun If you are In need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain their DUREN & FEASTER.GROCERIES
Good Cigars. Special Low Trices for cash with order. .

The New Canal. Go to the Corner Drug Store, Titus Don't Miss I

vllle, when you want a good smoke. This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to the

(11'0. F. Miles, general manager: of the CHAfFEE it CO. Manufacturer. OF ALL KINDS. Francis H. Leggett & Co's

Florida Count Line Canal and Transportation Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville Fla.,

Co. (this is the correct name of For Rent. Rear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front midway between Main and
the canal company), in an Interview with Laura Streets jy: Send for Pocket Memoranda Book. Fine Groceries.
A Citizen I reporter e l tpeaklnf
:
4>f the canal between ..t'er ant Waverly stock farm, 420 acres, three
hay Biscay, said: miles from Tallahassee Good house, L. E. Ml'NN' ......t. S. G. VANLANDIXGHAM, see a Treat.PHCENIX Fruits and Vegetables Florida & Western Meats of all kinds
",A journey along the canal will be a fences, dc.r .
favorite oue with tourists !bites II. V. R. SCIIRADER: MILLS LUMBER CO.
winter homes will be as much In demand Tallahassee, Fla. CROCKERY GLASS AND TINWARE. _
aa will be locations for truck farms and TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
::r Agents for Williams A; Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited.
fruit gardens, Along the canal south oLake.Worth f Incorporated October. 1894-SueMMors to B. Raitton A Co. I

there are some especial);, Pineapple Slips and Suckers. Lath Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber Very Truly, 3D\uron rib I''ottlstolra
pretty spots on the coast where the lam
rises to a considerable height, overlooking Write for prices on s. I. Cayenne, Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched --- -
the sea on one side and the health, Abbaka, Jamaica lllpley and Queen slips lumber dressed to order. Darrel head. and coven and cypress tanks of all sizes
giving pine ridges; on the other. A t and suckers to made. called for. All KlndS Of MOUldlngS Turned and Scroll Work a RICHARD W. GOODE. JAMES T. HOG*.
such places northerners will purchaseLIU E. C. D. TTSDALL, Notary Public Insurance Afl
of land, build their winter homes, Waveband, Fla. Specl .lij. One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many yean' experience,
so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the construction
rranrrRr: -irri.iiiirirr.rrrrr..rrrrranr.r.rPRESIDENT --- -- and building of all kinds of private and publlo edifices on reasonable terms and In Florida Real Estate Exchange
the most satisfactory manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere. ,

LINCOLN Correspondence and Patronage Solicited.
Cy Write us for descriptive price-

N used to say that you could fool POSTOFFICE BOX 10O. -
tON DN6O some people all the time and all
MK
japM PO. people some of the time but you My rbLllt MELBOURNE. Brevard Co., FLA.

cannot fool all the people all the The Shell Spoon =-----

ausiv; ; ; '' time. This principle accounts for ,

the fact that people who. have been *

humbugged by trying unknown LUMBER!
SOMETHING BRAND
NEW.
9 brands of Condensed Milk are sure V

to come back to the old reliable


I "' haat Gail Borden I All the Rage. We are the first to have We are making special prices on Lumber,


"' Eagle Brand them in Florida. You should have Lath and
_.. one. Shingles, in car lots, toall points South on the

MR d..astri.!ti'r'a Condensed Milk which leads with J,, St. A. & I. R. R'y. For Ml particulars AddressBUILDERS'
a reputation of over 30 years for ANTHONY BROS., Tltusville Fla.


*s. unexcelled quality.KMUUUUUUUXBBMUUMKMMii. Fine Watch and Clock Repairing. __. Drawer IS, St.SUPPLY Augustine CO.,Fia8 -













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