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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 29, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
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System ID: UF00079909:00124
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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

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LOCAL NEWS Head Thl Column Carefully.&y -Mr. A. S. Lee of Rockledge, was in I -Mr. W. It. Sanders, of Courtenay, -Mr. H. T. Perrault, of Montreal arrived The New PHM-CNN Uainllno Mt4lY,,.
St. Augustine on Monday. arrived In town yesterday.Mr. In town yesterday He will visit

ll Topic- of General Interest. Advertisements on this (first) -Mrs. A. Becker of Rockledge, was J. H. I). Smith of Ean Gallie, his uncle-Mr. II. J. Tiffin-at Courte A A good record baker breaker.,

page are ten cents per line perweek and In town Tuesday. She will soon return came up to town yesterday to pay taxes nay. A home maker
are continued from week to week unless northwards.Mr. Mr. C. T. of Ankona, ,
McCarty, passed "
and Oenernl Gossip In connection otherwise ordered. Reading notices on -Mr. Percy Walton spent a day or so his 'TIs such a "taker
jth tj Indian Hirer and L.k. Worth we. any page but the first, are five cents per L. C. Oliver has sold his 18 at Daytona the end of last week.Mr. to through St. Augustine here, yesterday, where' he on was called way The "New Process;"

Lnl during put week. Brief mention oft line each Insertion. acres of land near Banyan to Mr. Wm. Fred F. Taylor's genial face ap upon matters connected with! the White For sale right away,
]rMtlnff Events from Various Parts : M. Brown of this place. pt'arellio town yesterday. lie will return City. By Ray .t ))RY,
Tltusvlllo Fla.Buy .
the World About People Ton Know TUB EAOLK CI.OTIIIXO STORE, In the I -Mrs. J. W. McIntyre", of Cocoa, has ; to Rockledge today.It -- .- It ,
1,1 Too Don't Know PickedL ADVOCATE block, Titusille, are the been friends in Sanford and ,
people visiting
clothiers Is said that Mr. Jas. T. Sanders, AVantod to IXHiangoA Try It,
Editor. leading on the East Coast of
L our Society Daytona this wrek.Mr. And wont it.More .
Florida. Give them a trial. I of the law firm of Gaulden Sauders you deny
I J. B. Terry' after spending ashoit has left for the north to get married. .VtO acre farm In Hamilton county,

NEW spring goods arriving dally at the time on Indian River, has returnedto Messrs.' loo. M. Uohhlnlall.1 Howell Fla.: fur an orange grove. Address IIIOMMOIIIH.
Eagle Clothing Store, Titusville, Fla. bouthold N. Y. Titus were, In Jacksonville this week, *4 W. I. 1'1I."A"alol..llla, ()A. Orange

Manager S. H. Peck of Jlott'll'lar.a. representing. the cane of Zither vs. Mac-
I AM selling partially slack lime for I Rocklertge, 13"1he expects to keep open lennan. Afternoon Tea. Mr. Oeo. A. Qiiniterman from brought his over
Kicts. barrel. L. C. Oliver. about two weeks longer.Mr. to 'lltusvllloednemlny, groveon
per Archdeacon B. F. Hi own will hold
5g1NESS lliunna river, quite a few cuttings,
umm I and Mrs. A. V. A. Wlnans, of divine service at Courtenay: on Sunday There will lie social tea given at the which were cohered with green leaves'
WIIKKE to stop. See list of hotels on St. Augustine, have been' on a visit to next, the Slat ini-t., at 10-10: a. m. and evidence of Mrs. James Prltchard on I and orange bUmsoms.] lie also! broughtover
4th and 7th
our pages. their place at Eden this week. 7S10p.: m. Tuesday afternoon next, between the a box of oranges which were said

[.X De tencr THE -Mr. and Mrs. Jaudon Browne of -A great fire was raging In St. Augistlne hours of 3 and S o'clock. Vocal and ''to be of good quality and excellent
I'a Eagle Clothing Store are receiving Jacksonville, have been spending several yesterday, and several blocks of instrumental mimic will\ lie one of the lavor.
their new spring clothing straw hats, days at the Royal Poinclana this buildings\ are said to have been des- main f'ahtrt'lUlvl'n for the benefit of
; undeawear, etc., and are marking all
troyed. the Episcopal church. A cordial invita
'vdap' week. AnotherThe "rrl"jt'
goods to suit the hard tiroes.
tion Is extended to all.
SI -Mr. Chan. Goodyear, of New York -Mr. and Mrs. James Baldwin, who I
DUD blanks lOco each; 1,1.00 per 100 at arrived at Kockledge, the end of last ban been spending the winter at their - ---- Rev. S. W. Lawler pastor of the

O.M.d. the ADVOCATE office. week to spend a short time looldng tockledge home, have returned. to New Idle Itniiiorx. Methodist churl, at thin ''dace, wan
Qtaaunna'VA. after the Improvement of his place. Haven, Conn., for the summer. united to Mrs. Young, of Lady Lake, In

0.w STOP at the City Barber Shop-white -Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald and -Mr. and Mrs H. M. Fhgler, who We do tint think It Is Mr. .Flagler's the holy Ixiiids of matrimony, on Man a'tiny.
barbers. Razors honed.A daughter, Mix Mamie, who have spending have been spending the winter at the' million to build l a railway to BiwayneHay The happy couple rived In town '
some days In Augustine, returned Royal Poinclana pawed through here, or a large. hotel at Went Palm in Tuesday's: tialn. They have the lest
7nK Bio shipment of boys' clothing: Just to the Royal Poiuclana on Saturday last. Wednesday, on their way to St. Augus item'h. One thing however he may .10. wlnhes tlio ADVOCATE for A long and
f X1P t u ma! received the Eagle Clothing Store. tine. and that Is to run steamers on the new joyous life.Titalsville.
I -The Misses Peck, Crooks and 1 More- connect' .. .
CInRlnext winter, nnd probably ----- --
man of Rollins College, enjoyed a trip -Fred. S. ChafTee ('0.1' drug stores Bahama Inlands. II
at New River with the
School.
FOR first class and Public
to advertise shoemaking repairing from Rockledge to Fairyland on Tuesday. now complete, and looks quite ",'Illled" -
Tills is a good year Mr. Flagler Informed an AlivnrATR representative
call J. A.
at Mr. Nolie'lold
on Daughtry
,'anne people have exhausted their full A few others accompanied them. ( since the alteration to the front.It that the canal would l be completed '
liply of necessities, such as clothing, stand Titusville Fla. -Mr. C. II. Walton has been spending has also received a coat of paint art. some time in December. The above school will\ close for tho

,1 must buy more. Though money SEXD In orders for crates few this week with Manager stlcally put on by Knox the painter. season to-day (Friday; ), and at the request
your vegetable a days --------
IT be scarce it will be spent, and thee early. I have the best crates. O. F. Merrill Royal Poinclana\ Palm Beach'and : Messrs. Robbius and Graham left of several In town MHS! Ida K.
will than his oft; The Itojal ('011lt'1I"1HUll Rates ban advertiser get more Paddison Eau Gallie and Titusville. with Mr. S. II. Peck proprietor here this morning for Sanford: In the for
are Hotel Plaza, Rockludge.Mr. llardee vs. Maclennan case The evidence Lead In tho primary department

.______ __ u__ CLOTHING shoes, hats collars ties C, T. McCarty of An- I was taken last week and the case duo month of commenting. on Mondaynext
and Mrs. will be argued before Judge Fouler to the I list April.The '
T The ADVOCATE may be had at cuffs, etc., will be sold cheap at Julius kona have been stopping In town a day. The above botelllr"entOll'lulte a gay charge will bo f J each scholar forthe
I I. screven's drug store and Mrs. Emma Kline's to make room for his summer couple of days as the guests of Dr. and scene on Sunday last, there Wing over month, payable In advance
town news stand 5c. per copy. stock. Mrs. W. a. Graham. They returned -Mrs. Emma: J. Powo, lIsllollise\ 401) guests present. The prospects. are i
home on Saturday.Mr. Powe[ and Miss Harriett Powe of Hoik- so blight, that It Is more than probable riorhlu C'oait: Line Canal nod
-The ADVOCATE don't cost you three To Lies a fine brick store In the ADVOCATE of Cocoanut ledge. made a trip to Titusville and that It will keep open about a week
Ott per week, postage included, when block Titusville. Excellent location Arthur S. Haigh returned from return by way of the steamer, on Tues or so longer. The ground Is now In Transportation COIIIJMUIJ.
ken by the year. Fosdesulon may be had at Grove, who recently his a tripto day. They left Rockledge: atOo'chxka. tirst-class order, and plants trees, (lowers .
to Robbins & Grahamor the West Indies, Is having yacht in., retaining same evening out considerable
once. Apply !
etc., are putting The above held a meeting at
II. E. Sewall of Bewail's Point thoroughly overhauled preparatory to company'
-capt C. H. Walton ADVOCATE office, bloom. It Is at present well worth a
nved m town yesterday.The putting her into the water. -The usual Lenten service at St. St.Augustine on'Tiiomlay morning, wl..ntho
Titusville. Gabriel's Episcopal church will be held visit following olllcvrs were elected for
- Al Fresco hotel Jensen 'looks -Mr. C. C. Chlllinifworth, a well on Thursday evening next April 4th, -- ----- the! ensuing year.: President, II. M.
lilt neat and trim in its new coat of LADIES' HAT! Mrs. J. Tome Reynolds known follower of Blackstone, of West instead of Wednesday. The subject for A Fine Pipe Organ.A 'lagler: VIce-President, J. R. Parott;
lint. will have a small number of ready- Palm Beach spent a few days at Tallahassee the lecture on that occasion '11'11he\ the CI"IIl'rRI Manager, G"o, F Miles; Treas-

Mr Chas. M. Morton, of Melbourne, trimmed hats for sale by Saturday, last week, attending to law mat government of the church and its otti- urer, H. Gallhtrd; Secretary, Samuel
in town April 6th. ten He returned home on Saturday.Col. cers. very fine pipe organ, manufacturedby Hutlilox. The hoard of directors consists
been or so
I. spending a day
Mason & Rich of Worcester Mass, of the alMive and (I. U Bradley and JohnT.
W. Meeks of Long Inland
"I week J. Sarah K. has just
-Mrs. Bulkeley
want loan first hiss been
We
MONEY. money to on improvements asd valued at over .1,1100. presented DUmiikes.
*"apt. R. P Paddlson has been spendiuple real estate mortgages. Ten per cent who has been making his considerable at Lake- completed the erection. of a pretty cot to Lake Worth Episcopal churl,, I
' of days at the Royal Poinciana free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden on property week tage on the river front, at Melbourne. but the donor positively declines to have
w "'eek.I & Sanders Titusville and West Palm Worth, has been spending) with a his wife.or so The lot occupies a beautiful situation on his (or her) name publlMhed. So far, no 1\lo"4IuItN'U.
Beach Florida. at Ormond, In company the high bluff. The owner has given' ouslder or member of the church seems to

Senator M. S. Quay's daughter is -Quite a handsome Congregational her home the very pretl/ name of"Ingel know who gave It. The organ was Getzinger A Fischer Tltusvlllo Fla.
I ud to be on the sick list at the sena- stock at Palm Beach side cottage.We ." last and calledMoat1uitecn.
JCLIVS KLIIE has on hand a big church li being built placed In position on Saturday are manufacturing a preparation
"r, winter home at St. Lucle.Mr of shoes, which he will sell cheap for just south of the Royal Poinclana. The acknowledge a pleasant call on on Sunday It was ably presided over It removes tan and sunburn

A. Brady has been spending a cash. tint ervlce In this church was held Sunday Wednesday morning from Mr. and Mrs. by Mrs. J. N. Mulford. It Is needless\ to cures pimples and freckles, and
e days with his friend Mr. II. s. Wil- morning last, quite a good congre- T. T. Wetmore and their nieces-the J. N. Mulfonl and wife are prevents their appearance. Makes the
amt, at Rockledge this week. JUST received-Stock of cypress boat gation being present. Misses Abble and Grace Wetmore, of delighted with so beautiful it gift to skin white and soft, and Is the best
lumber. Also some nice sticks for Rockledge notwithstanding the late Boston, who arrived town on Tuesday 'their new church-and so also are those thing In the world for sure feet
-Editor W of St. Augus- ,
A. Party the Hotel Plaza masts, booms, etc. G. F. Paddison, Is well worth a visit from tour afternoon. They expect to remain In who attend the church. Unfortunately, For sale In a few days, by Fred H.!
De was at freeze
stopping Eau Gallie Fla. I for the north. Three Titusville about a month. )[n. Mulford told' an ADVOCATE: representative Chaflee A Co., at the corner drug store;
ockledge, on Monday and Tuesday. ists, ere leaving! that she was bound to secrecy, J. 11. Jvreven druggist and Harry J.
hotels are still open, and expect ,
first-class
of St. Augustine
-Mr 0. C. Chillingworth of West OTJCE. Laundry No. 1, on Washington to remain so during the next weekor Messrs.I>. Sage J. E., Ingraham of Albany N. Y. ; J. and could not give us the donor's name. Henry, City Barber: shop:

aim beach, has been admitted to pray'ceo avenue, is now open. All washingsent two. Do not forget to atop OH Welch; of Foiestvllle Conn., and ii. Write for testimonials.Manager .
the supreme court of Florida. there will be got up in good at Rockledge.The n.[ McLane, New Yoik who have beenon A Successful OperationMr. .

-Mr Geo. A. Farnham, one of our shape, and work guaranteed satisfac Misses Whitman of Massachusetts a trip to Biscayne Bay, returned Kliifr Visits Palm
lined Savannah subscribers, has been tory. Polishing a specialty. Family three northwards on Monday. They stopped who
at reduced rates. febS-tf and Abbott of Kentucky C. J. Hector, of Melbourne teach.
Baking big purchases of land in Dade' washing society ladies, who have been spending over Sunday at the Itoyal Poinclana, has hail a largu fibrous tumor !growing

.ranty I CALL and Inspect the new, nobby styles the winter at the Royal Poinclana, leave Palm Beach In his neck during the pant twenty
lire Robert, of Palm Beach was of spring and summer clothing/ straw for home to-day, much to the regret -Capt. 8. A. Bravo, commander of years, concluded he would have It removed Mr. J. H. King, manager of here the Tampa t
hthl lj] ''ompllmented upon her rendering hats and negligee shirts. All our of their many friends at Palm Beach. the steamer Santa Lucia took a big I by Dr. Worley, of St. Augustine, Bay hotel, panned through route to Mondayon Palm

It I tine solo at Lake Worth Episcopal goods are made up in the very latest Mr. Whitman accompanies his charming crowd to Lake Worth from Palm Beach, who operated upon It with great success Beach a private This Is car Mr., en King's lint\ visitto

tU1t'1t '>n Sunday morning last. designs. Eagle Clotoing Store Titus young daughters north. on Sunday morning last. They went a week or so ago.difficult It Is said to have the Indian River, and he appvared to ba
ville, Fla. -Mr. W. O. Bedford, of Courtenay, for the purpose of attending service at been rather a operation. .
When we refuse to contribute to f ori which tumor extending from the HIM k to an quite pleased with certain places along
church
eIb 1; i missions\ we say to God that we after spending several days Jacksonville returnedhome the new Episcopal over angle of the lower jaw and connectedwith the East Coast He Informed an ADVOCATE
the Rev. J. N. Mulford so ably presides.The
'en' only fooling: when we prayed for WE now want money to loan on first St. Augustine and Daytona, the muscles and vessels of the : representative that his time was
I dud.
the version of the woi Id.-Christian mortgages on real estate. Loans net on Saturday last. It is probablethat church was crow throat. J. Gould bad one of the same so limited that be could not even stop
standard, lenders ten per cent free of all ex- Mr. Bedford will leave for England -Titusville public school will close for kind removed some years ago and he off at Rockledge which he considered
penses. Interest paid semi-annually. in a month or so, from there he will go the season to-day. Miss Ransom expects to London for Sir/, James Mackenzie quite a : He just had time
-Mi. A. S Thompson has made arrangements Absolute safety. Robbing A GrahamCo. to Natal, South Africa, to try his fortune, to leave for her home In Nashville next sent to to America to perform the op enough preur.1'11&Ie. H. W. Merrillere
to start a club, by which ., Titusville, Fla. which we trust will successful.Mr. week while MlM Bates has decided to eratlon.come the Royal Poinclana closed for the

lady neap the members can obtain a firstclass C. A. Green Ute proprietor of stop here another month to conduct a This Is not the first tumor Dr. Worley season-which. It Is stated, may take
s of or $2 gentleman's week. bicycle Write on him payment for- READ THIS !! Not lowest prices but the Indian River Palmetto Fibre Mattress private school. No doubt may parentsIn has successfully operated jpon and we place In a couple of weeks' time.

'Wticulars' at per Titusville.Mrs. best quality, therefore the cheapest. factory, Titusville, has sold out town will be glad to learn that the take great pleasure In giving this cane
G. F. Paddison, lumber and building his business to Mr. M. English and children can be sent to school a few the publicity that It deserves Dr. Killed a Large Crocodile and mHear.

P. n. Gilhooly and Mrs.. W. A. material Eau Gallie. started Friday afternoon last, on board months longer.Mr. Woiley la known as an expert surgeon,

sack, two prominent society ladles of Capt Jack. Mooney's yacht, en route to T. A. Snider and the Misses and Mr. Hector Is delighted over the .
Elizabeth. N. J., who have been spending LOOK out for the big stock of summer Cocoanut Grove Biscayne Bay. We Snider and (Gibson who have been cruising successful manner In which he was operated
bet time at St Augustine Kockledge clothing which will shortly arrive at understand they had quite a time getting In Mr. holder's house-boat this upon.Washed Mr, and Mrs. C. 11. Cory and family
and Palm Beach expect to leave forAAevtlle Julius Kline's Titusville. out to the ocean through Jupiter winter returned homewards on Tuesday of Boston left the Royal Poioclana,

N. C, In a few days' time. Inlet having hauled the boat up on the Ashore Near Canaveral Palm Beach, on Sunday morning, for the
-The Misses Adele .THE Indian River Bottling Works are Instead of the question which Mr. ways at Kobe Sound. Mr. Snider will\ purpose of going Into camp about 89
let who have been visiting their uncle manufacturing soda water of all flavors Bok started, "Why don't the young men start for England in June, and before be Cl U. -II oUlJe. miles south of Lake Worth. Mr. Cory-

aDd *unt-Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Peck-at also ginger ale which are par go to church V It would be pertinent to returns he expects to visit several placesIn who by-the-way, Is one of prominent
Bockledge, during the past two or three riceiUnct. They also manufacture ask, "Why don't the older men go to Europe Japan India, etc. Mr. T. Watson Merrill a well known members of Canaveral club-has a goodcamping
etki. left for Atlanta on Monday toIcir' flavoring extract for hotel and family church r' Look over any congregation member of Canaveral clubhouse, was In outfit comprising several tents
:1elr mother wbe preceded them uses, for pies cakes, lee cream etc. In the morning and there are as many -Mrs. E. A. Chalfleld, of New Haven town to-day, en route home to Boston, horses, wagons, lour men and about
win
Write for prices. Getzlnger Fischer, men as older men and at the Conn., who has been spending the and Informed us that the schooner Row. eight dogs. He U a well known sportsman
-'1'L Sherley and son, W. A. Shirley Titusville Fla. young second service they greatly preponderate.In ter at her Rockledge home returned ens, of Lemon City, Biscayne Bay, wentashore and Is ''weUln'' with the Seminole
yrotr unit realdenu of Louisville K bit.ts fact In many congregations a hoary north this week. Mrs. Chatfield In- last week, near the Chester Indians who act as his guide. Mr.
save 'keno lpendIng some days at Tat nobbiest children's and boys' suits bead Is rarely found In the way of right- formed as that the reason of her sudden Shoals House of Refuge. As far as we Cory on bis previous trip to Biscayne
,.tlne, Rockledge and ralna Beach at the Eagle Clothing Store. eousness. If church-going to an evening and early departure from Indian River can learn the Kowena was commandedby Bay killed a crocodile nearly 14ft. U
tab! wrek Mr. Sherley I. a writer and service that way.-The Christian In was owing to the I Illness of her daughter, by Dick Smith, of Lemon City, length, one large hear several deer, also
'n'1 net of considerable whom whom we trust she found In better : :- At be Is after other
note MBS. J. TOME REYNOLDS' will have a a crew of four men on board. bird., etc. present
w. re pleased to meet. health on her arrival at New Haven. of which he has tracked
small number of ready-trimmed bats quirer.The Misses Peck Crook and More- She left Biscayne the same day that the game-panther,
-'rue fibre factories do not seem to for sale by Saturday April 6th. man-the ladies forming the Rollins College -Mr. W. II. Parkin, of Cleveland O.., schooner Biscayne sailed, and should several, but failed to come up with

be taring a very flourishing time of It. Ladles' Quartette-arrived In town who has been a prominent citizen of have been In Jacksonville last Tuesday them. has been circulated that Mr.
Tk' f mes-Unlon of Tuesday saysA -Mr. R. S. Head, of the Flagler railway on Saturday last In company with Miss West Palm Beach for some time past but went ashore at the above place In a A rumor had been killing a large number of t

IC' of pending writ of attachment is In towaday.. Susie Gladwln, with whom they stayed died from cancer of the stomach on big blow. Cory for the of sale but while
vessel deer ;
to saved. The was purpose
-n filed by Louis P. Burt against until as her guests. On Sunday Tuesday. His remains were embalmedand Tb.crew were
and Mr. W. II. H.Gleaon Monday conversation with him at the Royal
" Treutler Broe. of Lemon t In
I shop Fibre on lot 1, In Mayor his old home In Cleveland owned by MofTstt ,
company in town morning and evening the quartette sang taken to morning he asked j
" Gable were Polnclsna on Sunday ,
of Eau Jacksonville about five
a. Jacksonville! and a part of lot 1, In the Presbyterian church and their Mrs. Parkin accompanying them. Deceased She was built in deny
} -:k 10 range Island, Coleman's ad.d't yesterday. fine voices sounded to advantage In the went to New York some months years ago. She was about twenty toM our representative to the emphatically columns of the
!'a to Daytona Fla. and the plant of the ground for the but the doctors capacity, and was going to JacuwsvlUe the report through
till -The lumber Is on rendering of the anthems, etc., with ago to undergo an operation ADVOCATE and said be had only killed
In this \ The attach- Catholic church little hope for him after a cargo of general merchandise ;
mpsoy city. building of the Roman which they entertained those who were said there was bis own party with
sufficient to supply
"of pr: II brought to secure the payment In Titusville. present, who greatly enjoyed It. The and he returned to West Palm Beach for her owners who expect to start a venison. It was the Indians-who were
a Judgment secured by the plaintiffs will close for four young ladles left on Monday's train without being operated upon. He was store at Lemon City. In his locality-that badtttea
*-s at Canaveral clubhouse school We understand men are now workingon camped
the the
> the
defendant in member ol
company where they a concert a bank director,
Kockledge, gave Lake
i !.. rd next we k. Mr. T. Watson for to her afloat neil killing< and shipping toe deer to
: and
the season her expect gel
Statq
court for the Southern last memberto at the Has hotel particulars of! board hardware merchant and pineapple ,
t the sale.
Worth for
r'r'ct of Yew II Merrill, of Boston, was week
York on March 11, 189, which will be found elsewhere. grower.
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that we can sell every boi.that you will\ : DON'T GORGE YOURSELF. .

1 be able to pack." I .....ftrasul. .. AoVlee an the mhject of Fa** Clyde Steamship CoN ?;

1r The Captain has. already packed title. sad FHdID. IrI \ 0

.season nearly 60,000 cases of this excellent The vast majority of people are 0.be t

r fish, and we believe that next season lately wrongon the subject of feeding.

he will come very near packing half a They think that rich and luxurious people -

ryn million cases. They are a much finer feeding oa the richest and most
luxurious foods, are the most fortunate
fish In
after canned
every way, being ,
and healthy people. I assure yon it is
than salmon
and can be sold much
Just the reverse. I am the director of en
Sim' cheaper. The enterprise should receive insurance company and am obliged oftento r y .a

every encouragement from our Key form an estimate of the commercial

West people.-Key West Equator Demo- aloe of life. If, then, two persons of

, crab the same age and constitutional build I

come for calculation M to the monetary

I arch I. Grl In. IW BLACK-DRAUGHT tea cure. Con.tlpMlon. be value rich of and their luxurious future: lives and ,the and other if one be I w cv York, Charleston and Florida LinCSi )

TIII HINDU I.JUNTI competent and frugal, frugal even to abstemiousness -
Only a Scar Remains I would value the life of) '
The
CHILDREN"who magnificent Steamships of this Line
the frugal person as 20 per cent at least are aD-
Scrofula Cured-Blood Purified byHood's Is thus described by the editor of the better than that of the rich and Jnxnri are puny, pale weak, or scrofulous pointed to sail as follows :

Sarsaparllla. Morning Post,'of Allahabad, India. lIe out "" ought to take Dr. Tierce'sGolden .
persoji.Dives Calling at Charleston S. C. Both Ways.TADABDTI en
"C. t. Hood ft Co., Lowell, Mass iM says: dies In plenty, Lazarus in poverty Medical Discovery. That .

It I I. with pleasure that I lend ft testimonial) "You want about three hundred compositors Do not die like Lazarus )'oucan builds up both flesh and strength.For From New York, ( E.)| From Jar"'n.IIJ

concerning what Hood's Sariaparlllit has don one-half Hindu and the other help it, aud do not die like m"f11f! yon this, and for purifying the (I'ler 29. E. n.) STEAMER ('harl..."" .A. '.. to::
for nj daughter It It ft wonderful medicine half Mohammedan. When the Hindus have the but find I blood there's in all medicine wenneday. Mar. 27 :: 3.00: m.HEIU'KEF.: :Tuesday::: AIr. ,.
and cannot recommend It too highly. Borah, opportunity the happy nothing Friday, 2e: 8,101: r. uh : AIAHIMl IN.: : Thursday. t .a ft
who U fourteen haven't a sacred holiday the Moham condition, easy enough to find if yon that can equal tlus" Tuesday' At'.r. rut .SF..M1NOLE..Su,nday,
year old,hat been determine I Discovery. 1'rid.y, g; : t::: t m : :.1RtttI'thlv.:.. .: Thursday, :: 11;' .11 ,:
to learn how "
Afflicted With Scrofula medans have; so you must prepare for on least food In recovering:; from Grippe, or Mondihy :: r, 3,00 p m. .CIIEROKER Sunday, Il 1
yon can do the most and best work. in convalescence from Wednesday: fu, :: 8.10, p m :::: AL'to\ttl'lN.:: Tuesday, :: J : :: .r.
all don't pneumonia i
rer line she wee one old. emergencies. They understanda ..
For fire u .
year years Never eat until are satiated Friday 12. ae 3.00' p m. .S1Dl1NOI.E.: .. Thursday J Is..r,r II"U
she ha* had a running tore on CIne ilde | word l of the yon never fevers, or other diseases it Tteeday ld un IRlatl'erie Sunday, a
o her English language and wasting ;: p '
:: t::: :: "
face. We tried every remedy recommended, but eat in the day ono heavy meal, but divide and Friday, 11: p m ..CIiEII"KEF: ":::.Thumlay. i.' :, '. ret
nothing did her any good until we commenced they set up the copy by a kind of Intu your food into three light meals, speedily surely invigorates and Monday, .u. 22. ae Situ I' hi .1.oiIIl'IX.: .. Sunday, .. 210. II i + e .I
uMng flood'.earexpurllla Mymarrleddeughlee ition. The filet Is builds up the whole system. As an Wnlneeday 24, IL't 800 p m...... IIE IIoiOI.E.: ... Tuesday. :if'' II r t .':
advised : proof disheartening equally\ distributed auto time and .. -
me to use Hood' Sarsapartlla because quan Friday. 2U. at 3.11I1 Phi. .IIUIQI'ull4. .. Thundal, May .1
and Incomprehensible, the IIl'Conljtayly tity. Eat slowly take small monthfols, appetizing, restorative tonic, it net Tuesday, 30. at 8.00 p w. .. CI.l.E. ....8unday. -" "o ] : rgC

Hoods!*::* Cures Idiotic, and then through the third I and masticate, or chew, your food well, at work all the processes of digestion .a

fourth stages, after correction. It assumes touch your food with your fingers as little and nutrition, rouses every or- Philadelphia and Jacksonville Lino
U had cured her of .
dyspepsia. Slie bad been
into
natural action and
as possible, do not cry out for animal gan brings
coherent form You can'targue
and troubled since with her that complaint since childhood, a food more than twice a day at most back health and strength.For Meekly service :between v.WI"a! riiiladel] cure she ha never been without a with the foreman printer, who Is fat freight' Slcanehlpe "Uneltla"I and: are appointed to sail a* follow I 1'ht L
bottle Hood'i Hnrsaparllla In the house. We have all animal food well cooked and all diseases", caused by a torpid
commenced giving It to Hnrah about one year an Imposing creature flowing robe and FROM PHILADELPHIA. STKAM&IHP.. PROM JAC KvthyvluL
ago,and It bas conquered the running core turban. He doesn't understand and do not forget fruit as food. liver or impure blood, Dyspepsia, Saturday, March 30th .. . OXEIDA.: .' . . . .Friday April \tI&

Only a Scar Remaining In Queen Elizabeth's time the orange, Biliousness, Scrofulous, Skin and Saturday, April 6th. . . .WINYA1I. . . . Friday, April Inh

u trace of the dreadful disease. Previous to thinks you are saying something compli the golden fruit of the Heaporides, might Scalp di"eases-e\'en Consumption Saturday, April 13th. . .. . ONEIDA: . . ... Friday, April it!).

taking the medicine her eyesight was affected mentary. All you can do 1* to swear at find its way to the queen's table, but (or Lung-scrofula ) in Us earlier Saturday, April 20th . . WI.VYAH.: . . . Friday, April A*

with but now Hood's she Narsaparllla can see perfectly.we have In used commotion Hood'i him In a loud tone of voice before the such fruit was indeed scarce. Joints stages the "I>il>covery'" is the Saturday, April 27th. . . ONEIDA: . .to. . . Friday Maj irf

Vegetable Fills and find them the best. M... other men If he does not.carry out yourIn.truc.tloull. meat were cut up with the frill of paper only guaranteed remedy. If itdoesn't
MAUIA UairriN Xenla Illinois. IHood's round the end of the joint to hold
humble him
This and he
benefit in St. Johns
or cure River Line.
by, forks being unknown, and her loyal every
) Pills cure nausea, sick headache goes steadily for a few >days, when his case, you have your back.or .
subjects short lived money
Indigestion, biliousness. Sold by all druggist. salaams to Increase.and his usefulness race, knowing little TID
begin how to make the most of life in tfa) For Sanford Enterprise and
--- to evaporate. Hut look at the matter of feeding and drinking, suffered Intermediate Points on

_ SOCIETIES, ETC. wages. At two dollars a month the from diseases which were of the most the St. Johns River.

com poal!ton consider themselves wealthy avoidable as well as objectionable char
in some one of the many little Eng The Elegant Iron tide-Wheel Steamers
Free and enough to keep a w.lfe and family and acter. We, fortunately, live in a different lish colonies to be found in continental .

several other families devolved by\lielr reign. We have fruit galore and Cities 'OX'rY O17 J AOB.SONVXLLE,"

Accepted Masons marriage. The coolies who woik the have clean forks, instead of dirty fingers The English novelist who wishes to CAPT. W. A. SHAW,
to raise our food with two advantage

than dollar write a story characterized by some little
presses get no more one a "
equally sweet and wholesome, :t'B.ED'B DoB.A.B.Y "
month and at that .figure you must admit novelty reduced to inventing Dodo or rut
Ind-
= though so different kind.-Sir B. W.
other fabulous'" creatures CAPT. T. W.
an attempt LUND JK. 1
TI me that they ane cheaper than gas, Richardson in Longman's Magazine
which fails
River Fla electricity or any other motive-power, more frequently than it succeeds. Are appointed to sail from Jacksonville, dally except Saturday,at 3 JO p.m.,and from Btnfnt
Lodge, 'I'' No. 00) ) dally except Sunday,at g:-00 a. m.e01TH .
for that matter. This state of things is so plain to every BOUND.

Holds" lu NO CASH "TIPS" FOR WOMEN. writer that I wonder that no one has Road down. SCHEDULE. I I iJiOKTHltOUD Read .
meeting* the second and fourth 'Fri LOOKS up J

day J.M of at aCDEL each T,an p.,:month m. at the Court 8.house II. RAT,Tltuevine THIS WAY Tfcey Get Omly Smllee and Smirks From the rushed Chinese in to field.occupy the Greenland or Leave"I. 3 3..JO 00 45 p.a.p. m.m.m.S :::::::::::::::::::::::.....Jacksonville:...ralatka.Aetor.........:....::::::::::::::::::::: Arrive Leave" 3 RtO Saa.00/p, a t

Sao W. M. The Tropical Sun Is In receipt of a Yes at Bectamntate.In A Greenland story would at once attract 4.30 a. m.| .........................St. Franel............, .............. 130La p. B.
-- letter from Dr. Horace P. Porter, of For restaurants where women are employed attention because of its novelty, eon 830 a.a. m.m. ......................... Bereeford.................. ........ 1200 sos

KNIGHT OF PYTHIAS. ter, Missouri, containing the Information as waiters the average man seems and we who have never been to Greenland Arrive ego a. m. ::::::::::::::: ::::::::.Blues'rings...HanordEnterprise..:::::::::::::::::::::::::: : 1laoaa am sea.

that Dr. Porter was a practicing physician to be of the opinion that smiles or could warmly recognize the truthof II!M a. m. .......................... ... ...................... aaLa T
Seminole Lodge,No. 3d. holds It* meetings at back In the seventies In the
,
the Court house, smirks are tantamount to "tips," although its local color, and the profound
the ant four Thursday even. and the llretpoatlbaet.er General Passenger and Ticket Office 88 W. Bay St. Jacksonville.
BUeayne Bay country, was ,
loge of each month at I o'clm p. m. they cost the giver nothing and knowledge of Eskimo character shown M. ,
of Cocoanut Grove In fact, H.CLYDE,A.T. M0 F. IBOHMOKOEB,J.. ,
B. D. GEIOKK: C, L. Hones, ; haw no cash value by the writer. ,Fla.Pas Agt.
the latter named his anywhere, except 8 Bowling Green, New York.
place was by gg west Bay St.,JacklOnvllle,J'1a.
C. C. K. of n. & 8.
brother, W. E. Porter, now of Hoqulam perhaps as elements to be considered in An advanced Eskimo maiden with a THto.: a.EOOEB,T. M., I J3o.L.Ho".._,Fla.Fr't A,&..
State of Washington. DC. Porter will estimating damage in breach of promise wild deelre to wear petticoats Instead (Bowling Green,New York. h otHogaat.JacksonvllleTk.

INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. attend the coming encampment of the suits. Why a man should consider it of trousers and to drink tea instead of A.J COLE:,General Passenger Agent. J.A. LKSLIX.Superintendent n

Drill at the Armory, over county jail every Missouri Department of the Grand Army more or less obligatory on him to give train oil could hardly fail to charm the t Bowling Green,New York. Foot Hogan S&Jllcboo\'lIIerla
Tuesday evening In the month at o'clock.' and will talk In Florfcla to his old com gratuity to the man who wait upon reader.I D. D. C. Minm:, G. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,Philadelphia.

A.T. Fa.rxaCaptain.CHURCHES. : rades. Here Is an open letter on the him, bot he white or colored, while his am afraid, however, that the advanced WM. P. CLYDE t CO., General Agents, 1'

subject which be recently a4dresed to conscience relieves him of all such obligations Eskimo maid would not survive 1* .. Delaware Ay.,Philadelphia. a Bowling GreeD New York

them through the columns of the Western ; when a woman performs a similar beyond the first four or five chapters,
Veteran, whose editors call It "A
Good Move:" service for him, is one of those mysteries for I understand that whenever an Eskimo

EPISCOPAL CHURCH "Dear Comrades: After experiencing which the feminine mind is incapable woman exhibits symptoms of advanced

Jtrvloes the 1st and Srd Sunday In each the i late cold snap with Its blizzard of solving I have conversed thinking she is Immediately set 11L&15cTh Southern

month, at 11 a m and 7.30 p. m. Sunday school accompaniment, don't you thlaJc: It Is with several "waitresses" on the subject adrift on an Ice floe-W. L. Alden inidler _

every I p. m ftundnv, on "Wednesda"t ago p.)'*.m.Litany Evening service prayer every at about time for you and me to comsaence and they have always told me that
Friday at 10 a. ni. talking about the organization of a western they would infinitely prefer dimes to
RKT B. F. BKOWX Rector. veteran colony of old soldiers on aooperative miles! more especially their is rRail"av.i
c basis to locate In southeastKlorUUf M pay Tk. Iteet ......-.tbo-el.... .
so shall that the problem of making .
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PRES1IYTKR1AN CHURCH Prince Wells has eI
for
applied
a patenton
both ends moot is for them
Service every RaIbathatIIa.m and.Iflp.m.: lilt I Is a feet that twice as many old bard a particularly a nlckel-in-the-slot machine for inflating ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST AND ROUTE
Sabbath: school at V:30 a. m, Chriiitlan bndeavor people die In January as in July. It I Is one pneumatic tires. This i* quite a QUICKEST
meeting:: at (JO p. m., paver meeting: another fact that the most of us are old It may be said in defense of ma cu.j novelty and has
Wednesday at I JO All cordially, tnvlteJto never been introduced
THROUGH
| .n. are line custom in this that PULLMAN
and the Inference to be drawn matter the DRAWING
people, ROOM CARS
attend. Rv. W. T. VKALB, Pastor.. before, although it has been thoroughly ,
from these facts Is that our lives would duct of the recipients of these amatory
be prolonged by a continuous demonstrations would the I tested by Mr. Wells. The machine will COMPARTMENT CARS
METHODIST CHURCH. materially justify opinion DINING CARS
be in
: placed front
of
residence In a land of summer."The that they prefer born to small any cycle agency,
Service at THunvllle every lint..nd and pecuniary and by dropping a nickel in the slot
forts located the L, a THOROUGHFARE
third Hatihath at 11 a.m. and T p, m.; Sunday military on emoluments, but the cruel facts COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.
school I at to o'clixk I a.m.every Sunday t EpwortnIfacile west shore of Biscayne Bay and U the s that the girl employed in a restaurant rubber tube, with a universal connection
at a 1'. m. every Sunday; Prayer meeting Indian River section, during the Florida can be drawn oat about three feet
T o''h'\\ every. Thursday night. The puhllo are who doesn't act wore or les as a
war, were the healthiest posts la the When it is at full length, it release WITHOUT
cordially Invited to attend our service. flirt stands no chance of retaining herposition. a CHANGE TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
B. W. LAWLER, Pastor.BA1TI8T United Mates. lever, and by pressing a button the air
"The most equable climate under the A complaint of a cuetomer'lfamlUarltylnlltead is turned on and the tire inflated. The
stars and stripes Is at the mouth of the of musing him to be : air is stored North
CHURCH. in
a reservoir, which is wad: : I7wst.
Miami river at the site of old Fort Dallas rebuked would more likely result in her North wad: : We.t.
Preaching every first second and fourth Sun lade county, Fla. own dismissal It isn't alone for waiting filled by hydraulio pressure. This ma- MO, ... ...
day. I* M.. AU .e.0.
flyer eting* every Ttieday eveningat chine will TRAINa
be DAILY
sold
at medium .. MO..a. e.O..L
7 oYltN. Sung Service. every Friday eveningat'o'cloik. "If any of you old fellows would like that she is paid. She i* expected to and will be a price ".,..... c5....rw. ALL TRAINS DAILY av..w .!. .
saving
Hnndav "Sthnol every Sunday at to In a great to agents "
join me settling as a colony away make herself "attraclhe. Ly.lachoDYIlIe "-
10 a. m Allso.oralallvInvited 11. A. IIEIUEB attond., factor. down where the trade winds temper thenoonday's There are many men cf I'D economical and a convenience to the riding public. XVtt J'.c....r-oo.... 1100.01 170 pm --p 1461'18; LY." lachoDYU1e. r.c.a P.. 120 pm -.-fe;;
heat and where the winter The machine i* so : Savannah. agent, Soatb.moo' 12 10 40.5
arranged that it is
:: 10 H pm
I. turn of mind whose Columbia: : : pm pm Maooo,
: : ro'tageof riUo> :: 4r.
oath'l1
1 ps
winds shall make afraid let for the a :: an
CATHOLIC CHURCH. not us us rants where is impossible small boy to tamper .r. Charlot" .. .... 11 0& pm earn Ataota, : / fi am : :p0
women
I bear from you. I will give you until are employed with 11-Hardware. : pm 117 aID ChatlanOllfS. .... ..
Service at 10 In ball : .. 12 am
a mm
over
Sunday U"r"p..n' Nam3e.
Indian River State Hank.every Chlldreo.catechi.m I next fall. to get ready. largely due to the fact that at such u }. : lLa :::: If 00 am l xs pm: Cloctno.u. Q. S C._._.. r 20 pm .........-.

at I p. m. "Fraternally, places they can refrain from "tipping" Iileysb sad Dt.tlonary. .. Phlladllipbla New York N :": I U pm I 00 am Ar. Rlrmineham. iIontho.... 12 01.'D.-....... .
::
RET.J. F. O'HoTLE.: Rector. I "HORACE I' POKTEK M. D., without being suspected of meanness.. The is 161 pm 170 am SL LoII'Cal..b.' Lln. 20am .........._

I "Past 8urgeon.Geoera\\ U. A. It., And a dime saved is 20 cents earned. velocipede still ignored by the V. Aabevma ontbena....... _._...,... 17'0o sash: Mr. E.aura:Clqt: C"k.. J<. B. l0 0o p. : ::::
Y. M. C. A. academy. Nevertheless quite a vocabulary : to :....
"Foster Mo. Tropical Sun But
all the same a woman who waits

Of The the regular V M C Sunday. A. will afternoon be held imjer every meeting Sunday: on a table in a restaurant is just at and springing numerous are up around the industries It. and great to For full Information apply, to any Agent 01 this

afternoon at 4-cep.' m., at the ITeibyterlan ))OI1't Put It Off much entitled to "tip" a. a man, and which it has given rise. There U this System great Railway
church its
antll further Dotl"" the fact that she doesn't if Is or connection,
get only another
excuse for the
academy that the
word
The necessity of ;spring medicine Is link in the chain of evidence which does not seem well fixed It W. A. TURK, C. A.

WHAT IS liiiNO DONK. universally admitted. This Is the besttime shows that the average man will always changed to "bicycle" and "bicyclette wa next a-r.t Pas.. A...... Aaa'BENSCOTER e.1 8- H. HARDWICK. ,
the In which to the take Pa.a Agar. Aae'1 ...
of year purify advantage of a woman la pecuniary became later "le bi WASMINGTON, D. 0. 0..1 P. Agent
Among the new and one that promises blood, to restore the lost appetite, and matters if he gets a chance-that Is to toward the grand and reverting KNOIYILLI.,.111". ATLANTA.4.
original word
to be successful Weat to build up the entire system, as the say, for doing the same thing he will became W. D. I
of ALLEN
enterprises Key body is now peculiarly susceptible to veloo, to end at vela "Velo'? is now ,
U that of The always pay a woman less than he will a the steel hone. There
new
canning kingOah. benefit from medicine. The great popularity are the veto florida
man. New York
Herald
venture baa been made by the John F. attalnd by Hood's Karsaparllla, journal, velo sport, velo man, veto woman PuMarer Agent

llorr Canning Company Capt. Horr, It owing to its real merit and Its remarkable velo tailor and velo oostome. The 212 Wot Bay Street JACKSONVILLE. FLA

will be remembered, U collector of success, has established Has the NEW FIELDS FOR NOVELISTS. nil seems to be when velo enters intoa March 17th. inn*.
very best medicine to take In the spring. composite term for the other
half
thU port, and one of the first men to U cures scrofula, salt rheum, and all to
Wl>7 DOM Net Seats) Writ. Fee us EakJaM be English Thus we have velo race,
ekUblUh in thle humors, biliousness, dyspepsia, headache
a canning factory city .. HerwIawTThe velo velo match
and liver prise, velo mania,-
kldnys complaints, ca-
for pineapple. Capt. llorr believed division of the earth Paris Journal
tarrh, and all affections caused or pro among contemporary
that our flub, which during the winter moted by low state of the system or impure novelists has not as vet included WE DELIVER

months are caught here In large quan- blood. Don't put It off, but take Greenland, where some new WIUkemA. Baeaasest .,.!. .,! :!.
tics. could be canned and sold to advantage Hood's Saraaprilla now. It will do you writer can lay the scene of a story la At Bucharest the trial has taken .. .."

so, when the season for pineapples good. which the heroine will wear sealskin place of two boys, aged fl and !t, respectively

added and trousers and calm her troubled heart who confessed to having de A
was over he new machinery Piano
with mighty draft of train oil liberately {Downed a child .7Mr1 old. or Organ
commenced canning fish. That his foresight FBA.. B.IVBacTT. THOS.J.o'Bviu.F.B. .
Neither has any novelist seised upon They declared that the long droughtand

was good la proved by extracts EVERETT & CO. China, where great thing may yet be total lack of rain had to be put a A.T YOUR :SUREST

from a letter of a commission merchant, done by story teller who really knows top to by some means This extraordinary to approval alter a trial 10 RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit, lubec

which reads. follows: "Messrs Johnf something of that modern and multitudinous defense i* explained, a Vienna correspondent thoroughly satisfied Our your prices own houee. No money required until you .m'
FORT FLORID are low
llorr: Co Your favor of the filth + + PIERCE, + + sphinx, the Chinaman. 'I says by an old custom of our terms ue 10 reasonable anyone can&II &II any house In the United States end

noted. We But with these there is the country by which rain i purchase aDd pay for au instrument
ult to hand and contents Wholesale and Retail Dealer In exceptions attracted The Celebrated
Very little desirable I by magic. The children of the CUNUVER.. ,
cannot help but think there Is a big territory which U villages The Renowned FISCHER.

future for king fish. We have sold ISO INDIAN RIVERa not pre-empted. This of coarse greatly in times of great drought are made to The Beautiful SCHUBERT. X I PIANOS..
hamper new novelists who are com throw a clay figure of a child into the And
KINCSBURY.
cases out of the consignment here an FISH OYSTERSI TURTLE & polled to write novel dealing only with water. The boys drowned the child
are scattering them In a small way everywhere Vocation, Aeollon Farrand
English merely because &
men and women at home. they had BO clay fignr : .Votey, CHICAGO COTTAGE
and so far everyone seems to be GAME England U the common possession of The elder was sentenced to two years' ORGANS.Brass .

pleased with them. Think if )'ou'un everybodyand even the American writer imprisonment, and the younger was left and small Instruments, Music

start two or three hundred more at Hotels and Dealers Supplied. who doe not wish to imitate either:Mr. to his mother's chasll nn it money a and Book. Write as; we will Ian;)

once, that by the time they reach bore Hart or Mr. Uowells is oompeUed to rj
"h
w1A have sold (bf 4u, awl futtbetiuore. BRANCH HOUSE: West Palm Beach Fla. lay the scene of his stories U London Try IUU-DUUCNT: Us fur DJlpcpllia. (! 1te X3. Cnnaphell CO..

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lml arc prepared to meet all Competition of cither Jacksonville or '!'itusyillc."rritc us and sec if wo do not sell you the

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TITUSirZLLE FLORID:

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d, Professional Cards. The Globe Gas Engine Co., Philadelphia,
HE HAD NO HARD FEELINGS. PLANT SYSTEM.

.. WALTIB S.GBAHAH
xoIOILRoanlx Ton ere that woman coming, Jack, dreeeed PIn

tOBUIXS.t: GRAHAM, Well that's pink a and woman gray whoa' I loved la times _______ ___- --
i
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ATTORYEYSAT.LAW.FFICI now panned awa,. O THjro\i tL Trains Daily: o.
:
, I need to visit her each night and write her

HOURS:From 10 to 12 a, m.. every day,
and 2 to 4 p. m. THAT STORY. And words often say of busts. eager lore to her I'd L Ae Jacksonville and Sanford to Tampa and the West Coast,

TrrcsviLLBrerard Co., Florida. I'd take her out to parties and to many a mat
B* Tried to Spring It on Seven, bat It VIA. -
.0 Sox 108. In....
Warn N. UM.
Will practice In all the courts- UM and fed. Would send her every week or eo a costly Dig TITTTSTI3.iI,33
CBAPTEBLJimpoon : I bouquet.

'',special land title facilities for examining and perfect the clock was was striking sitting 9.In his office, and Large sums pay out of my salary I cheerfullywould Manufacturer the numt Vrrfert Hi'lUMe The Three Great West Coast Hotels i sowned and operated by tto Plant System

]Money to Loa n. For buggy rides and such like things to make and Koinminlral: Ijinnrh Motor In the market.HOPS .
I The clock had habit of 9 .
a striking our courtship gay. every time anti continues to eo. :No! crank
W. MORTON, twice every 34 hours. .Well after all I'd done for her, this same to turn to itart
,
SEX, W JEROME,
GEORGE There was no one present, so Jlmpeon young maid. Mlae May,
her bad said to neb a Polling -'tttlllt.(
NOTARY PUBLIC sat with his feet on the desk. Although paorenteerD M I-urle' Ha.
marriage nay Catalogue* and i>rlrra nn al'l.lh'all..n.|
lIe wall shaking and chuckling all Packed up her clothe together and skipped .
.' Canaveral '. Florida. ---- --- -- --- -- -
'Drlarwood: over. Every few minutes he would become lightly out one day

ia onveyanclng carefully executed. grave and then break out in renewed And wedded Kunm-tt Ba a ,young. follow down at Narra Drugs, MII ( A'l

Deeds. mortgages Satisfaction etc.. chuckles. Well guodby. Jack she's coming, and with her
blanks on hand. For Jimpson had just heard a brand 1 moat stray Patent Medicines,
new funny story of the richest kind. You any that yours aatontahed that a word to
her I'd"n
1t I CHAPTER That I should coldly snub and sours inch ado Elegant Perfumery and Toilet Articles l
TIXOR S. JONES, A hand was at the doorknob and a wilful fay 1e
man entered. Jiuipeon half wheeled in But, don't you see, Jam the man with whom
she ran awayCharlee Kept constantly on hand atT.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. his chair, his face wreathed in smiles. J. Colton In Mew York Boa
"I've called about that Biggs case," rural
tTrhVlLLE, BREVARD CO., FLA 33. Screven'smtuo
said the matt PROTECTION OF IRON COLUMNS.Brlcka ( 1n
1 ounty: Judge of BrevarJ County. The two plunged into business When 1 A a.'u'I +'

it was over and the visitor arose, waiting In Portland Cement BuoceMfally STOIU

to depart, Jiuipson stopped him. Withstand Fire.
D L l OADLDEK, J. T. SAMIEM made Also the latest Newspapers Periodicals
awful recently
"I've just heard an good story Some experiments were I

S ntar,. he said. "It's about Ricketts. by the building inspection department, etc. r ,.w w I r t.,,
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AULDEN A
G ; SANDERS "Oh, that one" interrupted the Vienna, on the protection of iron from -- -- --

LAW caller. "That's a good one, ain't iii! fire by casing it with brick. A wrought THEJ.UOHNSONCO. / ate
ATTQRYEYS-A r1ryl
Heard it yesterday. Good day I" iron column 13 feet long and built of : rl ,
: I >e In all the Courts of the State Y
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of Florida I : \ .and the United States Courts. CHAPTER lIL two channels connected by lattice bars vi ,
Box,23S. TITUSVlLtE, FLA. This set in small Manufacturers c cJ
P 0 Jimpson returned to his desk, with a was used. was up i
Money to Loan. 18 look of indignation on his face, which chamber constructed of brick, and the
look soon melted away giving place tt column was loaded by levers. This NETTNG, FISHING TACKLE, Twines, Etc,,

chuckles. done, it was surrounded by a 4){ inch
TOME REYNOLDS more -I): AM KIXIM (:-
,
J J. His lawyer entered. brick wall laid in fire clay mortar. The f

eATTORNEY-AT-LAW. "Say, said Jimpson joyously "I've wall did not fit closely around the column Nets and Seines Mado,to Order l

got an awful good story about old man and advantage was taken of this Plain: nnd Fancy Fishing Tackle, especially -
flicketts. You know"- to fix there samples of fusible metals,
Ilutchlnson for Florida Trade. a .1s'w4
(
Avenue +
"Oh," said the lawyer, "I've heard which should serve as a gauge of the

Titusville, Florida. that! Funny, ain't it? Ha, ha!" eJimpeon'a temperature attained. Depot for Fishermen's Supplies
demeanor was cool when Various samples stone concrete and : 121 /South Street
they parted. other materials were also placed in the e 0i
TITUS, within the column. This chamber eptoi)4.9s( ; nnltiinow. Mil.
HOWELL CHAPTER chamber _.___ _ __ Li
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As the clock struck 6, and Jimpson was then filled with split firewood,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. was ready to go home, his face had a which WM lighted and the doors immediately .

Practice In State and Federal court Land' weary and careworn exprension.: walled up with slabs of plaster W. L. DOUGLAS iw iriiI

title a specialty. Attorney for Hoard ol Through the deserted hall of the office of parts. After the fire had broken S3 SIIOa.errrosAKING i
'' 'lIoly Commissioner,and County Solicitor. building he walked with downcast head.lie out the doors were broken in and a .

1 I' Box eL TITUSVILLE, FLA had that story still untold. stream of water turned into the room eID.rCNCH CORDOVAN&INAMLUO CALF.: ,
Suddenly a solitary figure appeared at from a 14 horsepower fire engine. An
4.3.s.o FiNtCAmKAmARoa(
the end of the halLA examination of the room next: : showed I
R. FREEMAN HALL, fierce light of determination came that the walls of brick, laid in portland .3.1't9 POllCE.3 SOLES. +1

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW into Jimpson's face. He sped up to the cement retained their strength, while 44 $i RKINNcMf' N3. IA rat ,
,
stranger and in husky, hollow tones most of the material stone left In the 2.M.WBOYS'SCHOOtSHOlIA.DICa i f N tl
1'ti.VILLE, FLOKIDA said: chamber had been dostroyed. The ceiling [ I' I

AJcncy for Fire and Accident Insur- "I heard a funny story today. had been lined partly with plaster s19e2/hC
Inr m the best and strongest com The stranger paused and smiled. of paris and partly wHo terra cotta '3. IEsfP NGOl r1.

[ Mil. ... "What was it?" he asked. tiles. Both were damaged. The inolo- w.r;: 8 l,lAlPJIa.
"It's," stammered Jimpson joyously sure around the iron pillars was still ""- naoccrowrwa.
gapping in his satisfaction "it's about standing firm, though corners of the Over One Million People wear the

i" VISE BAT DADE COCNTY.J old man Ricketts and his partner"- brickwork were clipped one inch or so, W. L. Doug'as $3 & $4 ShoesAll

J W. EWAN "Oh, that one!I" said the stranger in and the fire clay mortar was largely our.hoe>are equally satisfactory The Finest Fishing and Boating In the World
U. S. COMMISSIONER disappointed tones, and as Jimpson tot washed out of the joints. On removingthe They tlv.lhe bat value for
who however, the pillar was They equal cultom shoe In 1.-'Ii.: Pleasant parties icing organized every day. Ixme or short trip. Electric,
"I'm the man casing,
Notary Public State at Large. tered on his feet .
Their....rln.qualltle are uniurpeaaed.The Naphtha and Meant launches can be IcHneil from hotel management. The Threw
started that story!I"-Chicago Record. found to be uninjured even the paint price are.nllo'ta..re on sole Corrca-
Lands Selected made Hotels under the personal mnnngrmrnt of Mr, J, II. King
Conveyances Great are
; nnsoorched the fusible plugs From$l te fj saved ever ether .ke.
I orrcupondence solicited. Address: being and If your dealer cannot supply you we can. bold by Hjndent'e[ Invited from all who sunk health, i doasnre l and comfort
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove Be Wae On. only showed a temperature of 149 degrees II. W VVKKNX, 1'asHcnger Trafllo Manager.

Office, Ewan' Landing.. In one of our suburbs a few Sundaysago F.-Engineering. GEO. B. RUMPH, -

the priest of one of the churches Florid
Tltusvllle -

GEORGE W. ALLEY.ATTORYEYATLAW., taken announced up to that defray a the collection cost of would coal for be The Boston Dlna-bata.Journal gives various Printing of all kinds done at the, The florida central & peninsular Railroad

heating the church. Everybody chipped theories as to the meaning of the word ADVOCATE office. o
in but Tim-well, never mind his other "dingbats. One writer who spent his

Key West, Florida. name-who gave a sly wink. the plate else. boyhood in Maine thinks it means to ..... ..... -- Short Lino between Tlorldn and nil Northern I'olntfl.
to him, but nothing
was presented his mother when getting
because
Will practice In the United State. The priest noticed Tim's dereliction, but ready spank,to use. the slipper threatened to Everett Savannah Augusta Ca., Columbia Washington Baltimore
surmised that he might have left his Now York Boston and the East. a
and state Courts. 9jun05rU. put the "dingbats" on him. From Wil- InPoor Philadelphia
home. Not quite enough mon
money the explanationthat
comes
barham academy
Louisville Cincinnati
ey having been realized, a similar contribution it means the breakfast biscuit Everett, Macon Atlanta Chattanooga. Nashville

B. L. WILLS was levied the following but Tim Sun which the students dispose of by stickIng and }Chicago.Everett; Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis Little Hock, Kansas City bt.
,
day. As before, every one gave it to the under side of the table, Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
PHYSICIAN A SURGEON who looked mighty sly, and the priest throwing it at the beads of other students : Klver Junction 1'enanrola Mobile, New Orleans Texas: Mexico, Californiaand
wondered thereat Meeting Tim after or eating It. A Connecticut pupil thel'uificCoast. Effectlteillurch 17 1 HU.".
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. the service he took him to task for his at the
states that to receive punishment New York MraltMl and New York Taat
OFFICE conduct "Now, Tim, why didn't yon hands of the teacher is known as "get : ,- 1.- Mvraae M-lll Ilutchlnson near Health
: Avenue
something, if only a penn1f'"Faith Pblladel- i>. m.,dally, ,with Through Pullman 141..n, lot
the Indian River hotel. give ting the dingbats. Two try,- Everett, Harannah, (4'oluii.l. Waahlnirum, Haltliiu -
father, I'm on to yea""Tim phians agreed that It means money, as >re, I'hllwt.lplds:: New York, Ifa-tnu and all.

I" in the sentence, "I've got the dingbats so much more than .t t 0 N,, and V.aamrnpdnts.flJO p.... ArrlvesJackaooUlaisaoa.w
LICHTY, "Yes, father. for It." But New Hampshire agrees means 1 e.... >Mliuent Care ...a.ti Aunutlne: and
:VI.W. "What do you mean*" with Maine that it means spanking 'you imagine-serious and 0' es .,.. NI'J ork. l>luluf can to H wbluKOnly -

"Oh, notbln, father. Just that I'm and so the majority appears to side with fatal diseases result from M.a.. 1', "11Io _

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, on to yea That's all""Tim the maternal slipper. It is from such ailments neglected. ss' r I.lne Through th. R.astlfal' 11111 I Ir
your words are disrespectfuland "little acorns" that the tall tree of our trifling A4" ( / ('os.ry, of MlddU Inrlda.. 1'.neonla, sad
do IaaveJa.ksonvtU..d. a. in.tor .
What Karantbl liu,
Nature's
explanation.: : with
For Pierce Florida. require an almost cosmopolitan language hasgrown. t play a-' v ? t r lake ( Live talk Mwllaoa. Montlvollo.
you m.ant" We got "billiard from the gift-health. ,,, s T.NahaleaalrstJnwtiueYsssrvdaSuhde: .,
"Oh. faith, father, a-thryin to poll greatest S New Orleaiia. ,and tb* southwest MaxMio.. California
aouth"boom"from .
"kuklux" from the ._,.
west and tbe fai I Ho (: Carrie sleepers,
the wool over me eyes, a-thryin; to make the ambitions cities, "crank" If yos ere(sells a+a f I a.T Arrive .Jacksonville a. m.
eel of aorta weai ,
J"IIX} ASPINWALL, ns believe yea waote the money to bay from the eocentrio minds in every part sad fenerally ea.liOiWI1eS Ii I
church an rirreoot I baaaled, a"y..., laaraJaekiaavllI.SdOain.fostarksStan.: i/
the '
heat yer
coal to "Boston of the country "pantata" from Italy, I B bare .o appetite v.-, r e thorite,$miringMala. Ilaineavllle Cedar !'
knows it's bated by steam. "cbaliUa" from Russia Dingbats is : sad can't work, y "r ',, 0 It Key, VVIldwoud.' r-bnf., Tavarea- Ap>>|>ka, l
Orbutdo, La.- Ity, I1anl City,
REAL aloacetak.higtbeaMMirelta'
ESTATE: INSURANCE begin : :
Traveler. .t
going to be a great convenience -__ "a Tauipa. Arrive Jackaonrllle _A p.m. ffC
& I
I ble etrenctbeelBfmedwlae.wblcb
Iron to I \: leers Jack.
IJmltad.
EAU GALLIE FLORIDA. Pssanlle Sinn Iroa bitter ate Clwdnna/and Flurlda
.A rr-.u. Krewa'a I ::1'10 0 aonvllle* 'On. BI. Holid VeatlbulTrain. Tlma
Your beaten are Most people Imagine that pneumatic *. A few btt. r w- M a little over 29 Mann to rinclanatl, via Maoon,
Sportsman .
Amateur ,
lies eare-beaeal Atlanta CbatUnu )(a. lonnecta for Maabvllle.Ixmlavlile
uncommonly stout I have noticed the tires are novelties of recent invention I comee froet tbe Chicago and all point aorta lint
p J. KENNARD, ARCHITECT fact! before. How U it? and yet they were actually used on English Bitters very firM due* 0ImVA. r M ('I! 4 ...,. Arrive JatiaoovUla: : a. ...
Gamekeeper-At ordinary times roads nearly CO years ago We read eed It's ILoa1.AiczmAa 1 i i

ORLANDO FLORIDA. they Head are lean enough, sir, but when we that "at the Bath and west of England p......., to take _ruua....._ (I\(I ', ., fblcaifo Holly Springs Leave Rout JarkeoBville a,. t_ *S-JV, Kansas p. City'

rreipondence Invited from those de- have the gentlemen from town they always agricultural show, held at Uuilford, a _._. F ew M4CUO, ..,laD.... hlnulnKUuu, Holly Springs,

11;' r;artistie work combined with first1 pad their clothes to prevent the couple of carriage wheels were shown I It Cures Memphis, R'ringaeld, Kansas (' "Ht. Loula, fblcaco, Hluax City Throng Bleeiwr* wltbonlrbanfe
iys profewlonai service. through.-Fliegende Blatter. fitted with pneumatio tires. These were :: to Kansas City: and St. tools,and only us. dung* to Chicago and Slew Illy. ArriveJaiba
Fifteen in Flor- shot going for the Duke of Dyspepsia, Kidney and Liver six Jacobs
,,I,' years experience ( made by May A axo I*. M. Local for Tallahaaae and Intermediate pnlnta. Amve JarkiOBvlllelJBp.! vetoTae
t ". Best of reference to local and of Reconciliation" was Northumberland 47 years ago but the Neuralgia, Trouble, f. MITi>r Tampa sad tal .M 'Bern client. apl23oct28J : "The Feast festival, established by Queen carriage proving too heavy for the hone Constipation Dad Blood Four Train Train dally Imlly for for Hraaewlck Mavaouab.,via Leave Everett; Jaikaoavlllesaoa.Wave l JackxmvlUe m, l I:a.a.n.BI.,:::lids; a.,tWfju.Two la.

a Mary religions. to be held Jan. it, 1555, to eel- they were discoed The tires were constmcted MalarU Nervous allmentJ < for liaadenoavUI. BpanAnbw.ud Aabevllle leave JatkaoavlU dally at a.M p. sty wlt'rorlla -

A RUE P ELY skate the return of the Church of Eng- on almost exactly the same Women' complaints. < : ..? ilaDta.t".Train Tially. Leave Jaka .. of Rome. principle U those in use on cycles todayan I eely Ike gala.-N baa creaml r d to htisau. naln tbe Holly H|>rln a sleepers. ran remain in Ibelr benba until S the see \ Jaekaoavllle
land to 1J.e: < t'arlurtars oa day train txKweea
tabMHelea. IghtTrala.
All Mber* ate rspmanSie.pno.si
1:1.1L inner air chamber with a stronger I OB the wrapper. .. .. with aU helots la riorlda.t .
AND *
ESTATE, FIRE, LIFE I I UB leceipt ol two ec .t. we Tainpa. tier anthers and weetera train eoanect
ACCIDENT INSURANCE Monte Bey a Spanish viceroy, had outer cover. When punctured, they will end act of feB 8..tgal WerM's Bend for Beat Indexed Townablp Map of Florida to
to the California town : were repaired by the same means M nowadoptedHard'fare. Pair View andIra.. A. O. MAcDONELL,
SoCarJ hbUa for the State a' Large. MJ name given I BROWN CHI-ICAUCa ALTIMOHt. ..0 N. S. PENNINOTON
L"Ulafonaauoa..to Ooremment. sad State alflOX. ": __ .. .. .. : Traffic Manager General Passenger AgU'
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a INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 29, 1895.
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-, IIDIAI RIVER ADVOCATE 4- I ing touched the spring. It if unnecessary JAMES P TCHABD, President; W. B. BARRETT, Vlc.rreii. ,t ""
TITUSYILLE TO DAYTONA 7 W. M. BROWN, Cashier
for the Star to say that <
it'has'been ton long 'in the
A WICKLT JOrBKAt MVOTKD TO TUB .CVBIiormwrecviisi county] Via Mlllsboro and Halifax Rivers INDIAN RIVER STATE
MAiinvsa Awe to need any defence or vindicationof BAl

was WorrB IECTIOXS.JKliter hs-cfuislsteney. With all due Lcr: OS OZOtNEJ:: .

retptst'to the Star, there are other: Will rave TII..vtlle Kr.ry feX papers "!. the county which are ,At one clock p.m

... .... .. .. ...... .. WALfta L41tktAx. gratified: to feel 1 that they have e..n.e t>.ytens Inr Tlta.TllJ. 11.a4s.r,J <*lixllwt* r and Friday, At one o'clock p. m., eon' Authorized capital, $ 00,0001
with Hirer.
wrung At Tltusvllte' ntcAmen lee ail |> on .
Aoolate-E<)tMr A: Manager,C.... K:WAUOBOSloe found place In the hearts of Home For further lnforinmtl, AddreM. f TIR>FR, Tltiuvllto, Florida. 1 / Paid up capital, $25,000,
of the best people. The ADVOCATE r Average deposits, $ .ooioool
as .w.H as the Star could truly aatbeCCoast.Term..for:At RI Dnra-kr erbyt- cede"; "hln end.nrtbatblng AS IA to be found yC
lewd,|i<*
i per
TltusvHle
: Washington Avenue, it'ha* "given both ides fair
say : a -- Transacts{ BaoiJ
Indian River, Flori can say "Wt'have --- -- -- -- -------- ------------ -- i

Cnanclal' scheme to pro have our juries made up largely of I pronounced the project as utterly sinurd. i r Business,
mote.: If connected with
EVERT FMOAT. any one We bit I
bystanders and hangersonwemight are nut a jealous Any; i irx
the AtiYHCjtTK can assist in 'oat tiling hlch will\ promote communication
say, bums who never work, .t Largest and Odest! Bank on (tie |
between Rjjtt!
Ing the bonds, in case it is decide Key Went and the East Coast
Check,etc.IIIAT be male pAjrAlita t. "Orakam they shall 'he issued thoe ITorts will and would be glad to sit as jurors. will\ t>e of mutual advantage. There la
& V Walton j' imltlltilwn And |,r'gwluturs.aabAerlpti. at low pay. Why not ?. They have nothing the ADVOCATE would like to see I) DIRECTORS!
be gratuitous. We could also say done more than the building of road JAII.rRI1''IIAROW.JI.lhRf'' ....
_. nothing else to do, and if they were a .rp;
"me too" (o the statement of the (railroad preferred) from Key Wet tlilacayne iI .f the National Hank of Jai'kIHRKKE > : .
.
Twelve months, II*) not on the jury they would go to (I9et1eddent I I tau R ,
.. Star, that'"it has no interests to be Hay; but we repeat the pro 1es TAcknonrille), w. B. OBJIIAM ,,' :
8lx I.OO the house r
furthered.4)y the building of the court just as regular ject AH At>Aur Three M and listen to the evidence and arguments mlHtaken, but anyone who tine traverse CORBEI POMF1SeAlxiArd .
Single opy, JJ i shell road other than tbe greatest just attentively if they the route front Key Largo, and observed leo-n ++_ Nutlonal Hank nf \' 'f. .
National Hank of
JacknortHleTHE
fltrlctljr AdTAnra. good to the number. The
the of p'i
greatest from
gaps one to five miles, between -
The A>i..T.fTAteiilnrlniVithepiMinwnt of p., proprietors of the ADVOCATE: and were not paid. :No, it would foe scores of keys which would have i'r (TS"\7'IY-"LE. I LA.
are hjr n.. *,,li..orljitloni\ can commence any their friends own some I lands whichwe false economy to cut down the pay torte bridged, will\ realize the absurdity ___u __ __ 0 __ __ __
time dimirjrxte y"'rDiMnntiniiMiifi '. ..f jurors. of the project. -
trust would be 1Jt..ltt.j
by We do not say It Is Impossible to build
of ahtawmuttemedeipeh, ; building the road, but the owners . a railroad from Key Largo to Key Wen, EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
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.<>uHlljrtU .ftlre or by writing> of such lands would expect to have -' ome think the county commissioners because the United Mates engineers say ,

the valuation increased and thus and school board could the project U perfectly feasible; hut they Made (for Sandy Soil Having 3 inch Tread
MKMIIKR Of alllo something about the Uncle
an increased tax bill 'in transact' their business just as well nay coat. ,
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCI! VTIOK, pay pro Sam could build the l'oRtI-polllllbly
ArrlllATFD WITH' TJKffaltonal portion (o the benefit received: by holding meetings every three Mr. Flagler could do it, but it would almost .
and, aside,. from this, If the building '' months, instead of monthly. Weheifeve bankrupt even him. Key Vest, .
Ftlitonal A
xinlion.wM
'*< of tbe: road attracts home- this is true as to the school with all the bond she would be able tIssue < -
,
board during the summer would be able to build the road
seekers. and the population of the telitloo..
All ocmmnnlrAltMM to flier. ITnptir-. when the schools and than Brevard county would no more be
closed
ton. county increases, the ADVOCATE are I' able to build the proposed breakwater
would no doubt be benefited there, tbe money saved in the way of at ('anaveral. Both projects are too
'4 R.tHAM & WALTOX., by by getting more subscribers, mileage would be something but it big for anybody but Uncle bam to han-

INDUS R1VKK ADVOCATE advertisers and patrons. Other would he a small item as to the die.TAX.

TlTvmLbtr fLna1AA. people Own lands and would be county commissioners. We have .. -0
similarly nefited by the road, attended their meetings occasion- ': LAWS AND TAX ASSKSSOUS. ....T .

while others would be personally' ally, and believe very little of their .

(FLOATING THE BONDS, f benefited, much more than the time is wasted. It is possible! they

ADVOCATE and its proprietors. might; skip a meeting occasionally The Tltusville ADVOCATE remarks in a .- FOR SALE BY -

:In aee our people ,deckle to The man who would get contracts without the business of the county recent Issue: ED'VV.A.R.D: STXLDSrGTho .
bond Is something that -should be for building portions of the suffering, but the saving would bea "According to the report of the Comp-
considered We do not believe road, and these they employ would! small item, and would hardly be troller for 188-4:\ the assessed value of Lumber IIaid\vnte and Paint Denier

that:lirevard eounty can .sell & ,per personally profit by its construe felt. County railways for and 1804 rolling was (480,611 stock in while Brevau the GOGO.4L, Xxxdlctn.: : irLivor: FLOnXDA

cent.bonds, in,the open macket at! Lion the utan who happens to' ..*. .'. .". Assessed value of all the personal property

par, because counties 'in other bave bicycles sell, might sell a; There are two remedies open to of private Individual in the county for
states :which :have an tvssowmenl hundred in the course of a year If: all merchants when they find them. 18U4 was only $280,101: The assessed HARLAN HOTEL LAKE HELEN, Florida, +

roll of ever twenty million .dollarq the road wabuilt/ where he might elves running behind and getting value the State of all for railways 1804 was and$17,008,275 rolling stock, while I In -

are payjng'Hips r cent. It ils Just) otherwise onJY"*ell half that number in debt. The most favorite plan the assessd value of all the persona MISS S. KEMPE Proprietress.ALSO PROPRIETRESS VICTORIi
possible that .11'08 might ,ell ,such he would ,be personally benefited : ill to .cut down expenses. This i Is property of private Individual in the Asbury Park, N. JHARLAX .
bonds M we decide to isMie ito Mr more ,thanithe ADVOCATE.We not always the wisest course. The state was only $17,484,000 The explan HOTEL, Lake Helen, Volnsia county Florida; 120 miles south of
I othereemedy is to increase the income Atlon of this is that the Comptroller, In Jacksonville; high plateau between M. Johns river and Atlantic ocean; pine f"featand
Flagler.at.L. cent, prmidetf .hfavors "me too" the
per can say to obedience to law, assesses the railroads orange belt; healthful and delightful climate; all conveniences; table and up.potntments .
the road project. 'AVediav statement that our business is and perhaps in doing this It at their full cash value six or seven excellent; pure rock well water. Terms moderate. On Jacksonville
never heard ,any expression ..itroni strictly the legitimate business of may be necessary! to increase expeneea. thousand per mile, while the various St. Augustine & Indian River Railroad by way of New Smyrna; also Jackaunvlllt
either Mr.,FUgler or Mr. I'atrott! |I aidewspaper. hence we have no axe Cutting down expense county assessors assess private individuals Tampa & Key West Railroad, connecting at Orange City Junction.
ve ha.ve/heard.Mr. Jarvis 'ej ..grind. who does busi sometimes. only aggravates the for their personal property at from
presj Anybody one-third to one-tenth of its value -------- -- --- --- --
himself Avorablr.:. and we .under, .nasa with the\AifVocATK knows that trouble. Some of the best merchants When It comes to paying tax bills Incorporations

stand that.Mr.Jngraham *lsoa it stands upon its own bottom ; it in-the country, when they find are very good things to e

vors' ,theivaad project. Mr. FLiigkr! relies upon its merits for patronage. business. slow, advertise more heav hare handy. t

above all ethers, ,is the one may] Whatever other ;Interests the proprietors ily than ever, put on an extra force This Is only one of numerous illustrations o '-

wbo is able and .could afford to of Cite ADvoCATE may and succeed in doing a rushing of the absurd Inequality of our tax

take our bonds at' per cent. Jlis have they do smut allow such to business, despite their neighbors system Taxpayers who make hones Cp.

own taxea In lirevard county ,are conflict with the ADVOCATE, nor do find "tunes hard" and business returns of their property pay more than e Ae It st. ri u lAi ,') } ttr e ,
so large that they mould of ,.them- they.allow the AmocATE to conflict "very dull." Of course, the proper their lawful ahare of taxes because Ilea% /Yf tt..S111 1 I e. e I 11 A,1 n
selves be sufllcient In future topaj1 .with such interests ; it would course can only be indicated by others, who do not make honest return ,1 1

the interest the,bonds, and ,provide e.suicidal potlf'J;;-*)me things do circumstances. In some cases i it pay less than their rightful proportion.

for the 41nklng .fund in other: not mix very well ,fwd the ADVOCATE would be'useless to attempt to increase Railroad property, which Is assessed according -

words, ,his property interest .inBrevard .establishment is run as a the:income by any method. to law by the Comptroller, pay

county alone, are sufficient newspaper and .prio/ttoig office pure I This is true in towns where the Its full proportion while many payers of

to guarantee Ills .investment, anti' and- alinple, and Uplands on itsawn populations limited, and in certain taxes,Individual property are enabled,

for him it would be s.n absolutely; merits, and we believe that lines.of business. Hut let us by the loose administration of the law,

safe one our.brother of the: Star knows this apply the iproper remedy to the to escape a large portion of what they HOTEL ROYAL POINCIAXA
,
If Mur ,people deeWe to bond, almost .M well as anybody in the county finances, as we have them should justly contribute to the genera
they sbould make an etfort to haw .county The APT C&' K can also to deal 1 with at present.Instead burden PALM BEiCH, LAKE WORTH.

this great ,friend of the East Coast I echo the statement that "we are ... aeo e.. The trouble is less with the law. which Rates: *4 -nor' day. and nnwarrla- _---.. -NOW. .. OI'F.N-

take the whole issue before at not bound up by the interests of of Advocating the cut Imperitively requires assessors to asses Accommodation for 1,000. HKKKY W. MERRILL, Manager.

tempting sell them it the open' any 'corporation.WVe: have received ting down of.expenses in a picayunish all property at Its "full cash value,"

market : considerable in tbe way of way and securing little, If than with the open and habitual viola

:legal advtttislng from the many any, results, ., hy not add, say a tion of the Jaw by the assessors. What

IT IS A SOURCE OF REGRET condemnation cases of tie J., St. half million dollars to our assess Is needed is some means by which these

A.& I. n. R'y company, but we ment roll of jKrsonal property ? It servant o/-the people, elected to execute
I charged regular ratt'il' ,and gave would only be just, for there is the laws May be compelled to do their!
That the discussion of the road :
\value received, just the eagle as we fully that mudh, perhaps a round whole duty. Assessor take an oath aa r
Is such wide
questioB A public taking matter .of a this would give acyTitutville; ,merchant million dollars worth of personal that they will da so when they accept

kind range.should be settled its. ar any patent medicine firm! in New property, in Brevard county which office, and then violate the law and their
upon York city \1Ve appreciate such has never been placed on the assessment oaths by assoKiing property at one-fiftl
merits nothing is to be for
gained
; patronage, but in accepting It we roll \\ hy not increaseour or one-tenth of tits value.
either side
in ,
by indulging personalities do not consider ourselves ,abound income+ We need money, anda Whatever else the coming legislature
or branching out into ir-
revelent channels. Charles Ma- up in 'the interests of any .corporat half million dollars worth of may or may not do, it should Impose
ion." property added to /the assessment heavy pena.1t1eIl1ly fine or Imprisonment
gruder and James holies have
This much we are canjpellod to roll means ,$',000,more taxes to be or both, together' with disqualification
drawn swords the latter call the 4
former a lucky; fellow Charles say ins lf def ncf'. We peat, paid into our county treasury, or for the holding of any offilce in future, 1
; however, "'let ,brotherly love .prevail ten times as union as could be upon anv assessor or other official who .
heated and his whiloni ;;.:,r: ;.ry ,
gets accuses
/' and if ,there is aaytLing saved by the proposed methods of: ball deliberately and habitually violate I ''I'"l .. h '.;: 'awl
;
friend Jamta of Implied falsehood /c... : f r
(a rather rare variety of prevarication -, I further to discuss in congestion cutting down expenses. The average the tax laws -Flotiia Citizen. '.... .... ... ; "'j.(: ..-1.; ':,.0\1\.:
with the road.question, let ue.- sn- reader will inquire where .!""
). He also opens up an oU fine ourselves to the merits of -tbeca.e. this half million dollars worth of -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine THE HOTEL ORMOND
sore, which was healed over a year personal property is ..to be found. No. one, $3; No. two,410; No. three, $li ,
ago, by reference to the railroad Tltusville, Fla. OHJIO\D-ON- -II A u r A x.
We do see that man who Accommodation for 300
say, you gue.ts Rates, f5
and
construction per day upwards Special rate. ,pelweek
through the Jensei
\ RETRENCHMENT. IN COUNT'UPENSES owns a thousand dollar piano, who A Square Deal. In April. Open until April 25th.
neighborhood brother Wager No place In the South
carries two thousand .dollars insurance offers such attractions for a Winter
Home Orm.-nd
struggles hard to maintain his on his furalture,"Wil0 owns The celebrated Jackson square for sale Cottage LoU at all prlceLDo as
usual dignified manner but while at CuArrcK A Co..*, Titusvllle. Not Miss the Hammock
t a naphtha launch worth.one thou.- Drive at Ormond.
his article of last week reads Seems to be looked upon as a, and dollars whose assessment for For A DR8ox & PRICE, Manager
smoothly enough on the surface, it great neceity by many of the personal property should be at Sale.

bristles like a sand burr and between people, as well .as of ,the papers of ,,east[ $2,000,1. only $200 to 4500. The Schooner Veteran-Staunch, well -
the lines there It that which Florida, just at tbU time We are This is the remedy. It U hardly built, and commodious; .Sixteen ton -

is not pleasant to the eye, and ready to admit tbat this 4. not tbe for the ADVOCATE: tG live burden; newly built, sale for asy voyage, 'b
which leaves necessary and a good sailor. Wilt take some good
a bad taste in he
time for
extravagance. the and of the
mouth. names an inventory mulch cows or range cattle 4n part pay. d 1
;Many people argue that the leg. personal property of enough peo ment Address, I
Let the road question be settled islature should pass a bill Deducing pie l w aggregate A half million dot Outs' UlKCOCSl :

on. its merits. If we fail to bring the allowance of Jurors and wit. lars which are not on the assess. Georgian Fla.TITCS"ILLJ .

the project to a successful termination nesses. To this, we say no. Ten ment foil. We are not called upon
we can at least, if we mile and tbe : WEATIIEU UK f "i.1 tt lunyr
try cents per present pay to do .o time enough when we
preserve our .elf.relpect-Iet broth- per day Is little enough (o pay Jurors are, bat a word to the wise U auf POUT.

erly love prevail. and witnesses. We want good, ficient. We trust the county com- The following ls a comparative stats F
We do not recollect ever having responsible citizens to act as graad mission are wise men Th assessor Mat of temperature and ralafall for the
gone outside of the merits of the and petit jurors, and to such it is kaows his duty. This is the week ending Wednesday, March 27951804. ; fy

road question in our advocacy of a sacrifice to leave their businessand remedy. Let the great axe fall .- -1895.-
I the project : we have never families the DATE MAX. MIX. MAX, MIX
even to go to county where it may ; but let us have an n 80 00 JO 63"J
intended to imply inconsistency on eat and pay hotel bills, even at end of the farcial assessment of : 80 <01< 63 44
the part of the Mar in handling tbe present allowance for such ser personal property in Brevard SI 87 M ttO 68
, the road question It was only ,lee.V.. cannot get men any too county. 2 4 83 U; 67 00tt
when an anonymous correspondent good or intelligent to act as jurors 88 85 70 64
:M 60 61 7e 63
charged the ADVOCATE" : with and witnesses at the present rate ?{ n 47 38 73 68
'springing a trap when it advo. of pay but If the allowance is reduced T11K WEST. Total rainfall for the week' : 0.0 Inches.
Icated tbe road, that we thought there it no doubt tbe best Departures frost normal rainfall for the
necessary to review the position of people who are summoned would The Key West Adrtrtl.er seems to week : minus 0 03 Inches. Departure
the Star in order to show, that if a manage, in many instances, by excuses Link the AI>VOCATK In jealous of the from normal rainfall sine January )*t;
trap... ambition that city baa in 81J1UU-pc the arises 4U Inches t TilE CORDOVA
sprung our contempnrary more or less valid to get out bT. ACGtSTI "E.oH.IDIftU .
building of fttNU the
a fMlMto highway LANOTBTTB \ '
J. E
: )r00..
should share the credit of hav- of serving as jurors, aDd we would bland City to key Largo because Wt Observer., Rate.: per day and upwards; per week, LpeciaLP.

B. KSOTT, Manager











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1:1 1:1Coronado i;i:





RIVER ADVOCATE MARCH 19. \8*8. 4 1

l M MM __ _
1.r. | | J- V l
Awarded look a deal better than before. I


[best Honors-World' Fair. and The the vegetables truckers are will again be shipping looking fine U a, To Orange'Growers. J. W. Y. tHARDWARE : I

DR few ,
weeks. They have
M a small wash tub. cabbage as large The largest crop and best grade of fruit can only be obtained

We understand that some of the fisher 1 y using fertilizers confining

men will break up camp this week, and, } 4Odllio ;

ice from what can be learned, they have ,
; done a good season's work. Not Less than I 2-0/0 Actual Potash. ..

We understand )Ir. and Mrs. J. S. Eau Flor1d.o. I

CREAM for Danforth their home will leave In Maine Potsdam but this week This is equally true of pine-apples and other tropical fruits Cook Stoics, Oil antI Wood Heaters Farming Ti'U. Poultry Netting, Ammunition ,

pect to be with us again next, winter they ex- Tin and Tinware, Galvanized Sheet Hand and Kound Iron; Oalvanlzed
Our books on PoUih" an sent free. They will cost you nothing to read and will u. Boat Material, Hopes and all boat goods and cast nets, paints, Linseed Oil, Hard:
i.MJ' K't' <'hlnK was a welcome visitor at toll dollar. GERMAN KAU WORKS.u Nuua StrxL New Vorfc.son Oil: Finish, etc. Galvanlrrd Knapsack Sprayers, *4 00.
his fine home on Monday. Business calls .
h ------
him from home a deal, but he --- Always pleamnl to quote prices, and correspondence solicited.
generally last Friday. was the biter Yours truly,
to here
manages get on Sunday, If
1'08-
Bible Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hartley, of PKTKK J. NKVITS.IKVYTOXA. .

pWIDllMOcI The Christian Cocoa, paid a flying visit to Eau; Jallle -- --
Endeavor held their last week. Honse'
Branch
meeting on Sunday evening at 7 o'clock BAKER & HOLMES
PERFECT MADE. quite a number Wing present. They The steamer Kathlrern mule a trip to ,

Crar Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret added a new member to their list, and Melbourne Beach and Ban}'an Sunday The above pUce; Is certainly a charming ,

| t jnia, Alum or any other adulterant hope to have more soon. last.Mr. l resort, as Is evidenced fiom the

Amtr 43 YEARS THE STANDARD. The orange trees are full of sweet and Mrs J. F. Smith left last their number winters of tourists there and others With It.w ho spend ARTHUR J. DOYLE, Manager.

blossoms now, which Is proof of what Tuesday for Chicago. They will return picturesque
little damage the freeze did to the about Sept. 1st.Messis. location on the banks of the
crop
beautiful Halifax: river, dotted 'with
down
here
with

Beach. admit very ,old were,pineapples.killed.the exception They, we of will the the MUses. Padillson Peck concert and Ole at=\son Melbourneon attended sailboats delightful; and drives launches and ; wsikl Its long through and Warehouse Room on J., T. & K. W. and J., St. A. & i I. R Railways .

Tuesday evening. winding avenues of tall palmcttovs:
. red that the Sharp family Quite a number of magnificent oaks and I'IMhe.1with TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
? n m our young; men Mr. A. A. St. 'lair Is building a structure magnolia, - ,
I ltiri] ,purchase the house they are were sorry to see the Mimes A. Kltchlnjt theliixuilintgrowthoi sub-tropical\
to be used for Mr. Mc-
fbiiiii' ,me for themselves. and A. Hardesly leave here \last week Allister's land close a to bakery the creek.on clime, which cant their s"fteningslnule utA4eata: tll: -

Is being built in the rear for their homes In Sebastian, And we and ward off the glare of the sun, Daytona -
BlfW him for the accommodation of sincerely hope to lee them down here The yacht Vixen carried a jolly party offers many attractions to the
|t hotf. will bring their teams over again ere long. to Melbourne Heath !l. Sunday, returnIng public which, unions they hate visited Hay Grain Feed Flour Meal & Grits
ato
, just In time to avoid the shower.Mr. this pretty town, they are unaware of. ,
''JmlOjl summer Some of our settlers received all high\ Considerable have beenmade

Iirlj I ,-my guest at the Coronado all >z15 a crate for leans last week and W. It. Mook, of the wholesale In D.ijtoiu Improvements: the latent being limebuilding Cotton Seed Meal] Fertilizers and Crate Material
I declared their Intention of return- there will probably be IOU crates (rave drug ho use of Mook A: Lawton, J lck on- of a tine' load along the liter ,
here thlll week. The truckers will make ville, was In town last Friday, on a business
of those
Incxi and 'which
eason reserved, their many till money yet even with all the cold weather trip down the East Coast. front,for will make an excellentdrive ::y Terms ('111111 'with order. Ask for our price lI.t. Wo deal cxiliiMtrty in
|nt have rooms we have had this season. viewing the liver when completed the above line of good; keep them In stink<< at nil tlmt' In 'fit II A11I1" and "lIIltlvft
I ami tome even later than that, for Dr. Lansing left last Monday on a Several:' it-Hldenrrs have liven
prompt and careful attention' to all orders rntruxtvd' { to lilt Solicitingoiir pnU'on-
.'aJlIn The Y. P. S. C. E. of Wave land I III short trip to Lake Worth and vicinity.One built and, taken nil In all, everything! age, we beg to remain, Very re*|>e<.tfully, \KKll: A 110l.M IEI:: .
Is now a dally luxury at getting along nicely. Mr. C. H. Munch \Illustrious colored citizen, Jake seems to be In a thriving condition. Of
rf bathing led the Fells went to take of him. course the freezes winter havemarred
meeting on Sunday, and Mr. A. along care 1I
livid with even the most sensitive i : I'Roftolh : -
J. Olds will Its conniderableextent
lead
IMu I ate, Many of the visitors haved the meeting this coming Rev. S. F. Cove will preach at the A
all through the season in thei Sunday night Do not fail to be present Baptist church on Sunday next, morning neatly all lemon and orange
,
trees hating been klllml but the !lmnts
), There are three young ladies and evening, lIe will address the Sun- and various trees are putting; out their: ) COCOA ICE WORKS
In the stormiest Mr. day school the afternoon.
have gone during A. J. Olds has something to be new growth and, In a little while, nature
11 of the past three months. proud of, viz., his little orange grove, Editor E. D. Oslin, of the Melbourne will have restored some of iu original ,
that was not hurt by the freeze. The Times and Mr. Southwick of beauty.
Ming( of spiritualists, reminds me Arlington Ooooa FJ.orl.da.:
the at the orange trees are now full of blossoms. S. D., were In town one day list week. The Palmetto House, which fronts on
recently
me day guests
hail a visit from a gentleman who This down shows this how the cold affected us biro Southwick will\ bring his family to the river-and from whose spacious NOW' IKT OI'IO1Z11TION.: ,

"seer and way. Melbourne next season. porches one can view the pretty scenery
I himself a philosopher,
: We understand that Mr. Parks the on all sides-seems to be the fa\oiit' (I. CZ. si.itii40ci'n .
aw spirits all about the hotel, and I Mr. Oeo. Andrews, of Eden, with a
get who Is down on "blind prominent merchant of Jensen, now de jolly party, visited Eau Gallic last Sane stopping place of those who visit Daytona ; -
;. Is harPI lose to know what to dot I' livers goods every Tuesday south of day on his trim little boat Belle Miss as time proprietress-Mrs. Davlditon. Manufacturer -

,n't it. owned If there by Is the any guests spirits, he wants about I Jensen.Monday His, this salesman being takes quite the a help orderson to of Sadie the Saunders party. of Fort I'ierce118' one -with daughters the certainly aid of knows her two how channlng to treat; ICE & D.TS'1'ILT.: : :: ./.]! D ,v 1\.'.r] It= "

d its whereabouts. Closing those who cannot spare the time to go her guests with her good management ,
to the store themselves. The houseboat Rochester left last and arrangement of everything-both ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE.
for to A numberof the cuisine and rooms being excellent itevery
)rr. F. L. Lacier, of Detroit, Friday a trip Jupiter.
I On Friday last Miss J. Parham closed Eau Gallie and Melbourne Her have been
(Ir. W II. Lyons and wife, of New people respect. guests
Ice Chests Krwrri and Water Coolers.
the Waveland Qe- Refrigerators, ,
after their long stay at the public school for the summer were passengers, and a pleasant time Is quite numerous this season, and vocal
the hotel folks feel as [ Coron-I after a very successful term of six looked for. and Instrumental music pleasantly

parting with very old friends. For months. Miss Parham was a gcncr1favorite The bridge of the Flagler Rail- whiles away the time during the even Lake Worth Ice Works
,r seven weeks these worthy guests and we were sorry to see her gang ings. Those wishing a select, and, I In ,
have been here several
leave here on Sunday's steamer for Iran way days repairIng comfortable place to at
the every way stop
helped to make jolly crowd of
the Horse creek which
she will visit a few days ere bridge over when In Daytona, should not fail to give
'n In the house more happy by PALM 1SEACH FLA.
leaving fire few
courtesy and kindly bearing, and for her home in Georgia. We was damaged by a days ago. this popular house a trial. ,
wish her a pleasant trip and hope to see They left on Wednesday for Sebastian.
will receive a royal welcome when The livery stable of Capt. Troy affords
return another year her with us next winter. Messrs. M. F. Mount and Ernest Tay every requisite for those wUhlng to take -

It Is rumored that Mr. O. Stypman has lor visited Mr. Vlvell'a pineapple plantation In the ocean beach drives or to view the

e Island of twelve, who came over sold some land on the west of his place across the river last Sunday. town with Its delightful surroundings

Lake, Fla., on Tuesday, the for $125: per acre. No hard times about They report the plants doing finely and handsome residences which line the HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
intending to spend one week, have that. Also that Dr. Haney has sold with Indications of a fairly goodlIlzcdcrop. street on either sides and extend for a

ed to remain here longer. They some of his land, next to Mr. E. Young's considerable distance In all directions.
'harmed with our wonderful beach. Dr. F, II. Iloughton; the popular den-
place to a northern gentleman who has Mr. and Mrs. George Sew ell, of Jacksonville -
of them will stay a month. Mrs spent the winter here. We understand I I in town dint, of Columbus, Ohio, Is still In town, -- MANUFACTURED BYChapman --
spent Sunday guests
Stewart, one of the has been with an Increasing practice. In the
party, also that Mrs. A. K. Hogg has sold or of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ford I, leaving for
I g greatly to the enjoyment of the course of a pleasant walk with him h"
will sell a fine piece of land near Rio SanLucIe Jacksonville on Monday's train, Mr. c& Sudlow
nbyre charming singing. Mrs. to a northern gentleman who will i showed us his /fine piece of propertywhich ,
: :fv : i Sewell was for a long time conductor on anti ,
first honors in vocal 1 fronts on Rldgewood Palmetto
be with next winter.
us the J., T. 4 K. W. Ity., running from
'at Vassar
College Mrs. M. V. street-one of the tost locationHin
3 and daughter Caroline of Cadis, With reference to the account given of Jacksonville to Tampa. town. The Dr. Is having It Improved, South Jacksonville Florida.

leave on Tuesday. They willy the sad death of Capt. Jas. M. Knight, Hotel du Nil, Sarno, will be open all and In the near future may bnild on It.

be missed by the guests of there e I must say that his death was caused by summer, and, from all present Indications ---
the laudanum; but when he was buying it will be well patronized. Among For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples

three It, Mr. Frink-who Is Mr. Kitching'e a the late arrivals are Mrs. Murphy and Indianola.Mr. ,
are great jokers at that partner-asked why he needed so much, family, of London, Eng.; Mr J. k Bast
present; one of them a dignified and he replied that he wanted It for the Mr. and Mrs. C. Moore
ome white-haired old gentleman, boat Pennsylvania; Geo. Such of East Port Main, Is -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:- '
, u they were out of It. The six Trenton N. J. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E.
y 80 years of who ha been In- ; at Indianola after his
:ing visitors In age a new sort of fertil- bottles were not found close to him. Andrews, Eden, Fla.; Mrs. E. M. Taylor looking place. Dealers all kind. of Haw Material, such 1\11 Snip Potash, Kalnlt, CottonSeed
from which Five bottles were found under a little Miss F. Taylor, Capt. F. L. Humor, anal Mr. and Mrs D. A. Carter anti niece << Meal, Nitrate of Soda etc., etc.
wonderful results
"*d and which turns out, on are In- bush with the corks In them, but they Messrs. J. T. Saeger, Geo. S. Taylor, of leave for their home Io Pittsburg, Pa., 'Hone ground and steamed in the factory In three different grists,

:ation to be were empty; and the sixth one has notbeen Ankona, Fla on Saturday. j l fvr and' Prices
nothing but the cele- found yet It is supposed that he py $:$ n< Pamphlets <,<
d
utel.sulphur spring two blocks from had taken the contents of the first bottle [What do you need in the way of job Mr. Geo. Finn of Scranton Pa., I I. at I ... -- -., ...... ._,
Whatever the old gentlemantils when crossing the bridge. prInting' When you want any printing the Schuyler house, where his wife and

vouched for by Mr. D. and Mr. I done, give the ADVOCATE a share, and daughter are spending the winter.J. .
'Id
Mr Sharp when appealed to 1 Isa [Remember the ADVOCATE Titus
,
,'( w coincide. whet keep the money on the East Coast G. Martin, jr., and Miss Wagner, oCulutubue f .F.
It Is expected n vU e, does all kinds of job printing. Give where It will do good this F. CLARK
you some
0., viklted old Tuesday c.E.
L and D. return to the "Cream us a share of your work.] ocean,
:
summer]
1ft shall hear of a syndicate of I on the naphtha launch Daisy. E. p
ukee
u. capitalists forming a com- I The Indian River Holding Woiks are
verbal utilize Mr L's. discovery. The II I Daytona. TARANTULAS. doing a rushing business and all goods J. Jacksonville.FURNITURE

testimony of such a reput- put up by them are first-class; but bear .
:entleman
will be all that 1s needed in mind succeed
that to
gentlemen,
MEKBITT Fti. you
March 27, 0:;.
rt rou at the "spiritual meeting r' I Dr Orin Is building another cottageon must advertise In the ADVOCATE.
.ked of the Editor Adioratf;
\. ADVOCATE scribe a day Loomls avenue. The progressive euchre party at the and CARPETS

: goNo sir; no dollar The New York Sun, of March 21st, has club-house, Monday night was a delight
amaient for haveua Mr. & U. Harris, our fine photographer
me, unless I
an account, copied from a Philadelphia ful affair, about fifty being present
tare U will be haa done some most beautiful and
worth the money. newspaper, of the narrow escape| of a The first prize, a box of writing paper,
work this winter.
a uncannon, who" was advertised to satisfactory telegraph operator there from the bite was won by Mrs. Summers, of Ohio; Wholesale and Retail. -- ---- --,--
'-focktll:iceaace' must have gone off The Rollins College Ladles' Quartettegave of a tarantula, that the operator discovered the booby by G. K. Sweeney.
U
a ; or else "missed fire." an excellent concert In the Opera In a bunch of bananas, that had
h
IIr) Det.-eller& failed to "hit the mark house on Thursday evening. been brought Into his office. Xotk-e. We have made special effort this Fall to have a Stock of (Good suitable for the
who u a believer I In Items of this sort about tarantulas,
bank*lIijm and in whose house, on the Miss Hammond, of Port Orange, spent or account of poisonous bites from last Count Iluyerit.

"I 1 the performance took place a couple of days In Daytona this week; them, appear In the papers every few In Circuit Court Seventh Judicial Circuit
r and is out with a card In a local{ to the great delight of her friends here. weeks. A few words from one who of Florida, Uievard County, 18U3. OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW

"ocannoo exposing! the matter. I expect Mrs. Wm. J. Berne Is spending a few ought to know something about this Insect ItothelJ. Stewart,

b) tilt, tlllIe will dwindle" into a "pop- days at the Palmetto, having come down may not be amiss in helping the B. V" } 11111 fur Reilef etc.tIoott. jy: Write us what you want, and we will quote prices by return mail.
"Uet- A.Cuml"; ud W. A.
gets through general public to a knowledge
him from Jacksonville to look after here proper on .
1Ih When D. goes hunting he the subject The writer was a New Our Number Is 20-22-24-26 West Bay Street. :
"eti what he for and grove. hy the worn statements In tin
goes York wholesale fruit merchant for IT.r8r
Hied In the stay
eouiuUlnt eau w
'anon.of ) ,,.gun, or whatever he may The Ormond orchestra gave a very twenty years, thoroughly familiar with that the n.|...<.li.nt, H. A. ('UU",., n-tlilt* ... -, --
1 beta, give him a wide berth.! good concert here last week, which the the handling of bananas and In dally St Kauau City, Kaiuuu), and that the iMldrara,
l10eKl t like lovers of .. W. A.Hoott, U unknown to com.pUlunt .
being of classical mut.Ic
Imposed upon.ju thoroughly en- contact with the workmen who unloaded ,and rmponiliinu arc both ov.r tiniHHutn
joyed. the fruit aad handled and packed It for *' Now, thorarur. It U unbindthM

''r:.: ..,,iced neB, bawd cards bills,, ball tags or note con- Mr. Parker II. Wilder, of Mount shipment all over the country. In all the aid you,W.the A.Mid Hoolt H.A do. (Iw Mtulra and,attest knd| that bcfur vou* Lots in West Palm Beach !
that time I knew of of
.or i "Is, bill heads statements Auburn, Cincinnati, arrived last week, never a case a our aald Onirt on or Iwfura MoaiUr, lb. Xrd Is
iII'I, poisonous bite of a tarantula, or any of Jan, tare, th aaiiM ltuNlKtop .I.
'e IIl1ta? If and Is visiting his aunt, bin Jessie m"r.: !
tone you do, keep other l Insect among them. answer demur to .. s bill of coiupUlator --- -- ---
t'". n the Eaat Coast by giving Wilder. The usual way of loading and nnload a d cn>. pronHifeuu will rte .ntcrwlaicaln.t i Agent for the Lands in Dade County of v
.
",, Tltitsville share you and est b of you,and aald eau. will t tI
a of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robbertson, of I.g bananas from the fruit steamers is Iw allowwl iiruuMMl ex Ml. further or- I
; 'r". 1 k. We do our utmost to Asheville, X. C. are preparing to build a by the "loader carrying the bunches ei oast along, and with your'IU' winter home on their fine Itidgewood on their shoulders, generally In cont.actwith .11I4.. week It,."* AD* Job a for eight wacki.WltneM
work |
III'I 1 be enabled and to advertising give a avenue lot. their bare necks, thus giving the the Honorable J. U. I Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co.
you tarantula chance to attack. .
nil, t" Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Stewart and every Mr. *f aald court, and
J r'\ a credit to the East I Eugene Miller, of the Isthmus liananaTrust (BKAL.) tb=of aald enurt,tbls'Jfrth dajr
I...1 daughter Gladys of Melbourne are visiting
Mrs. !Stewart's parent*-Mr. and ,- in New York and who mxjutsons s.af2S5w of Muth.APi.e.A. A. SIC!:WART. I Lake Worth Land Trust. New Riper Land Trust.
at and Colon
Asplnwall
years ,
I StLucie Mrs. Nash-oa Volusla avenue. shipping bananaa from these points, says Clerk. Circuit Court Loke: "Wortij. :Properties.: : I t t

River. Another excellent entertainment was that he never knew of a bile front a
given in the Opera house, Monday night tarantula or other poisonous insect, Store To Let. Lake worth >t...' far th..u.*....l .......... 0...... laaanuM* c:..

Ita, for charity, consisting! of living pictures, either among the banana planters or the Notary Public ALBERT W. ROBERT. West Palm Beach, Fla,
orue delightful/ weather her! mnsle and recitations, followed by several natives or blacks, or white "loaders," BRICK store to rest In the ADVOCATE

hours of dancing.Job who carried and packed them on the block. Fine location. the ,
Apply at H
1-
;lima '" il to I II steamers ADVOCATE office 'C1tunill .
i em.B.E1FtG111NSi
and \
occupy a position work cheaply neatly expeditiously -
[ '
''Lean Finally, I would state that for the last '
on the trade boat executed at the ADVOCATE office eight years I have been growing bananas -- ----- ---- Lumber and House Building Materials 4-

Titnsville. Circulars hand bills, note here, and am familiar with the banana .
tC. ,
... user IJUUn 'II lUll ruoJet. toad, letter heads, envelopes, stake; plantation. down the river and have vet '
tuart and White enta, tags, etc., etc.: ] to learn of the of tarantulas i
City presence Sash
t&rr),. -'quite a lot of freight among the bananas, or anyone being I am offering bargains la :. ** Doors and Blinds, Lime, Cement, Nails an4Builders'

c. rote a Dumber of fishermen bitten or poisoned that grows or handle Furniture '. Matting, .. Window
,,u' ""*k. Eau Gallie. them. In view of tbea facts, must wf Hardware.
The most of them Shade Mirrors I tc.I .
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Ii' I '.loDe< not look on tbea stories of tarantula
a very fair seaeon'a"dhouse and their bite that com to the papers, alto have a department devoted to
to Titusville on Sized Framing
Mrt. A. A. Ford went and Kiln-dried Lumber
for abort vl_!t. generally from such place a* I'odunk, Coffin and Cavketa. Mall orders will\ receive a Specialty.
) LM been much Monday a wiuankum, Hole-ln-the-ground, etc., a* prompt attention hathfaetionguaranteed.
I iv; givlog it a MW Mir A Mi* IIa M>.r.t, of Melbourne, either iaiagtaary or due to an entirely G. F. PADDISON, -

"hen eoaipUstod, It will visited her friend, the Misses Xtobol- wrong idea of the Utton one a* to w bat i
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Notice. ru: ;>rr t-
filed as an exhibit In the case of Edgar
T NEAR &
Dell versus commonwealth from Warren TAYLOR
concerned Uk not Ire that six month
county. Bell, who is a negro, claims ALL flat hereof I will file my final account Successors to Jobs M.Alsut:
that he "boodooed" this to a*admlnlMnirls of the estate of Howard
was by bag
W. Maine with the Honorable Minor H. Jones, Artesian Well
kill a man, and be hopes to convincethe i County Judge of said county, and pray 'rr':3: Contract( !
judges that his claims deserve con i I Anal rtincharg. from the admlnlitrairix JOB

sideration. -Louisville ,Conrier-Joar etaM. CCAL1A B. MAINE, EAU CALLIE FLA

RAPID TYPEWRITING. nal. Thli Oct. It, 1W4. Administratrix. TITUSY1LLE }

octl -M4m BAKER;
Tb. M.thod. bf Which Export Operator SAFER THAN STEALING SIGNS. I

Arc Abl. t* Attela Or**. BpMd. C. FISCHER, Proprl),
Had... Daft Them Painted to Or. .:
Not one person In a hundred who bas May
dictated to an expert typewriter is der !. a New' Terk Shop, Notice of Intention to Apply for Cakes, Pies & Confectionery SPs s

aware of the numerous dericet and In a side street east of Broadway is a Special Legislation. All orders In

methods of practice which the operator sign which reads: "Novelties In Sign our lint oronwh:

Painting. College Work a Specialty." li hereby tlren that an application PRIN attended to
to In order to with the
resorts keep up I NOTICE made to the Legislature of the State
dictation. Fire a pupil was Not having in a four years' course learned of Florida at the _ton commencing on --
yean ago
the 2nd day of April, 18!*,for the pannage of a FORWINES -
what need have for
thought to be qualified to be an omoe colleges any con I bill to authorlie County Comiiiliwioner of

amanuensis who wrote correctly an siderable supply of signs, the writer entered Hrerard county to lame bond of the county for and
the of conitractlnc Rood! public road SPIRIT
average of 115 words a minute in shorthand the shop to make inquiry. The throughout purpose the county, In the name manner and

ample time being allowed for proprietor wa a small German, and he under the name restrictions a* I* now provided TING
by law for the Ise,.of bond for the erection of
transcribing: the notes. Nowadays there bad two assistants. In reply to a few conn hone and Jails,and tk* funding of out ## nEE Its, .*
are those who maintain this speed direct Tired WeakNervous standingIndehtednem,a*contained In Sectionstill
he told
the facts
questions following : to Inclusive,of the Reviled Btatut.of
on the typewriter without recourseto "I started in the business of sign Florida. CIGARS, ETOF (
form of abbreviation whatever.
any Could Not ROBERT MORROW,
An observer the peculiarities of many painting about five years ago. Before I Sleep. Senator 13th Dlntrlct.Tltosville THE FINEST QJ ALITT.

speedy typewriter operators said to a had been at it long Iliad numerous Fla.,Jan 23,1595. Jan25-mar29 00 TO
calls from college students who wanted Prof L. D. Edwards, of Preston
.
Bun reporter the moot that rapid in almost were piano every play.Instance special signs painted. They were in the weak Idaho,,nervous says: "I and was irritable all run through down, -4.{ OF ALL KINDS 4- Losley & Kenaki(

habit of decorating their rooms with
ers. overwork. I suffered from brain fatigue John B Stetson University Families Supplied
such beer barbers'poles ,
"Piano playel'1l,"laid be, "bue!great plunder as signs, mental depression, etc. I became gy Our Lodgings anil Lund
advertising thermometers, etc.,
facility of finger movement and BO weak and nervous that I
evenness
DcLaml, Florida.For Will be Ready by Oct. 1. MtuaW,
and of them hit the idea of
sown upon could not I would arise tired
of touch and pressure upon the sleep side Washington ave.. between I,
keys, which is indispensable to fast laving special signs painted. Most of discouraged and blue. I began taking both Hexe College Nome SchoolAcademy Neatly K. W. depot and ADYUCAI block.;
business from Columbia at
writing. They also have the faculty of my came Art School and Conserratory ofMimic. -
Dr. Miles' Nervineand -
10 covering the keyboard with the bands first, but it soon spread to New Haven, An lntltution of tint rank. Facility of
Cambridge and Princeton, so that I now twenty tearheni, Seven elegant building*,
as to strike each key with great skill now everything Is changed. I heated by team lighted by electricity.: Hot HODGES & GOBI
and precision. Dy a much improved have two assistants. sleep soundly I feel bright, active and cold water \.Ibl. Thoroughly eiiulppedgMiinniiliiiii. .
"Of course cardboard are the cheap and ambitious. I can do more in one '' Drpartnynt of J'hYllnl l Culture
oft
method of typewriting all the fingers of
: with Drill for men. Library ,
each hand are utilized, and piano practice est signs, and the more ordinary kindsare day now than I used to do In a wrek. I B.iioo volume Military: Reading: young room, with all leading CheaplyAND Manufacturers )i
made with stencil, such as 'Meals For' this great good I !give Dr. Miles' periodical* and dally and weekly) paper.
is highly: beneficial in strengthening I Thoroughly "" chemical anil pn>*lcallalmratorle
Restorative Nervine the sole credit.
and adapting for use the third and At All Hoars' and 'Pay at the Desk. *. Separate building for Musk and Yellow Pine Lit
Board signs, as 'Keep Off the Grass! ,' I Art School*, with artist of eRtahllRb..d reputa-
fourth fingers, which are always weakr'and It Cures. tlon In charge. Second term Clone 1eMI..rr. !
let 1 easily controlled than the oth 'To Let, are also stenciled and are con III'". Send for catalogue, giving full tnfor- ROUGH DRKI F.n
Dr. Mile Nervine I* sold on ponltlT* -
to
sequently cheep Hanging hop signsare matron,
era. It also educates the fingers to cooperate ltl benefit JOHN F. FORBES, FKeMdent. Orange Box leads,
dearer and have be done band.I AlidrurglatsaeRitattlebottles
to by for It, ort
with the mind, and on the wholeIs
I often have special orders, and some of will be writ, prepaid, on receipt of priceby Fruit It SegetshleCLumber >
quite an essential preliminary training the l> MUu Medical Co., Klkhart, Intl.
r delivered at any part it loll,,t
ideas. For
he students have
original
In Circuit Court Itrcvaril County
: for the expert typewriter. on through bill of lading. nee
instance, there is a job for which I get Ing building: on the East cot: would in.
This denied however
theory was by ExpeditiouslyExecuted
I IHO..
'25. This is to be a 6 cent lunchroom Florida write for price The Sawmill Is tltmud.
expert typewriters whom the reporter In : sign which is supposed to have been dt:1 \I.,,,. OF CARDUI, a Tonic for W.....,a. J.,T.& K. W. Ry.,9 mile south">f TiUtaSatsunm
terviewed. It was found that instead of
broken off from the on which it Catherine Cleveland, et. I hts.l'utnall\
using nil the fingers, as on the piano, post \S. al'l{ Bill for Partition.
I china found in tbe horse the
was exception -
,
comparatively few of the best typewriters was fixed. It is to be supplied with legs Cleveland, et. al*. ) -
and converted into a card table, and being noted that rare cases of T spearing bv the worn statement In the
employ more than two fingers of John I bill, of complaint, filed In the above cause,
tuberculosis bad been recorded.
each baud, and that at leant one of the I probably the owner will many times be that the respondents Samuel H. Cleveland., J. M. SANDERS
obliged to recount the daring way in W. Uadsden believed that the flesh of reorpeCleveland, William Cleveland and lit ,1
foremost operators ones only the index horses cooked borah II. Hall and hear Hall a* her hnband,
which ho eluded the with his young properly was good
Great is attained the police are non-residcnte of the State of Florida toIt: '
fingers. speed e
ilnmler. There is a good demand for for mail, and he thought that if horses Kenldent of New Orlean, Loullana; Chatta- Dealer In
said,not specially training the ,
exports nos sTenne.see'AtlantaGeorgiaandMullte
much cheaper "there would be a >
got
fingers to act quickly, bat by learning barber polos. Beer signs I buy to order labuina, rit>|>cctlvely I ; and are over the age of
and simply make my commission. great: temptation to try it. Samuel CL ;1 veara, that there I* no perm within the Statef DRY GOODS NOTION
to write rapidly the component parts of Weber said: "The flesh of the horse Florid I the errvice I of a subpovna u\mn whom
AT T.fm-
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fad is that of
"Another ,
words and by becoming familiar with queer express would bind defendant; Now, therefore,
seems to remain tender with age and the "IIIAa H. Cleveland, lieorgst'Ieveland
labels, so that I have a small job print. you I
the relative position of the keys that Illlain Cleveland and'Deborah B. AND
has a more pungent savor than that ofoth'r
must be struck to form word To fol. Ing establishment. Many men, especially lall and Bear Hall a* her husband, are hereby
glee club members, like to have their animals. From these superior ommamled to be and appear before our said Choice GroceriesHay
low the speech of the average person with labels qualities it may readily be seen why it court In TitiiBtllle, rlorida I on Monday, the tatday --(;)-
dictating it is necessary to strike at least I dress suit cases plastered of April, A I) l'liWS' to answer to complain: ,
especially of western and southern should be more digestible than other anrs bill I of complaint I or a decree pro. confeoi.
right keys 1'ery"ooond, and the pressure I roads to create the impression( that theyiavp meat, which often comes from animals will be entered against yon and each of you,and Corn Mapes' Fertl
upon each key must be uniform aid cane will he allowed to proceed ex. parte. ,
been great travelers. You can which are prematurely as well as excessively 11 I. further ordered that this notl -e be pub.li.hed .
and regular, or the writing may appear 1 fattened. In Europe, where In the INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, a new*. ADVOCATEPrinting '
hardly see the leather on some of those week for FINE PATENT FLOUR.
ragged and indistinct 1>uper published In laid county, once a
meat is its
raw proscribed by physicians,
a8os. Of course this is all very foolish, our weeks.
A skillful typewriter usually imagines but it is very profitable to me. A fool generally that of the horse. They Witness the Honorable f. I>. Ooooci Florid
the keyboard of his machine to be divided claim it is more healthy for those undergoing Kroome Judge of said conrtand
near its center, and each division and his money are soon parted.New [ L. S. ] the. seas i of said court, this Cth --(!)- -
and
muscular exercise
severe day of March, A D 1596.
of keys he operates with the right or York Tribune.AN moro nutritious for the weak and ann A. A. STEWART, I
left hand erelu always using' COMPOUND OXYGERestores
: lvely. By ARTIST'S INSPIRATION.VDabl. ruin mart-prl Clerk Circuit Court.
the same fingers to write frequently recurring i Alexander Gloss sounded a warningin

woids and combinations ho be. to Draw a Picture Except la the the following experience: "In two Fifteen thousand dollars was dietrlb. '+- .

comes so familiar with them as to be, Preienr. of a Certain Figure, instances, when I ate horseflesh, I found uted among the two hundred employes strength, quiet* tbt M

qble to write with great speed and ac. Walter Burridge, the artist, tells a the meat very tender and rather pleas. of the co-operative horn manufactory of and expels disease. of
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the most convincing 10
cheesy even when blindfolded. Until good sfory on himself and proves it by ant to the taste. At the time I could Elkhart Wednes. I'roof, ( all rod lit
Conn at who suffer.
all
Congressman free to
within a very few years the ability of showing tho blank spaco on the wall not shake off the thought, 'What if this write for further Information r

the operator scents to have been greater I whore the picture, one of the accessories horse had incipient glanders?' for some day night. of or 200 sent free.

than the capacity of the machine, and of the tulo, used to hang. of! that meat was very rare." Several Office. Home pages or office treatment tea i

the latter would not respond to more lIe went one day to the studio of a'riond years ago Dr. Hnidekoper of Philadelia Deafness Cannot be Cured -4 Lion free.

10( 12 strokes of the keys found there anatomical
than or per and an ) invited some members of the Phil. & PaU-n.

second New machines and devices are figure, such as are to be seen in studios delphia club and of the City troop to a By local application as they cannot IJrs. Stnrkcy

now provided by which 16 characters everywhere. It was a good one, and dinner, at the conclusion of which he reach the incased portion of the ear. 1520! Arch Street, rhllauelphu

have boon written in a second, with perfect Darridgo wanted it, for his own had announced to his guests, who wore much There is only one way to cure deafness, -

impression and spacing. This boon broken. He expressed! a desire to pleased with the repast, that they had and that Is by constitutional remedies. o

would equal a speed of more than 160 have it, but the artist friend wouldn't dined off the carcass of his old whitehorse Deafness Is caused by an inflamed con JACKSONVILLE STEAM t

words a minute, which, If it could be give it up for any money. It was his Fedora. dition of the mucous lining of the Eu-

maintained, would be sufficient to record inspiration, be said He needed it even stachaln Tube. When this tube Is inflamed WORKS
have rumbling sound or
verbatim than nine-tenths of of letter And as you a
more for the composition a ,
Other Bread.In or Imperfect hearing, and when it Is entirely -
People's :
all pnblio speeches as they are delivered. for drawing anything in the human fig
Is the result and
closed, Deafness u under
Do not establishment
Kamchatka tbe The above
dreary pine or
without it that simply
was hope
uro unless the Inflamation can be taken out, I u-r
poslthel) !;
In very rapid writing every little less Ha couldn't spare it birch bark by itself, well macerated, aDd this tube restored to its normal condition management We that of an? nor
hindrance to speed has to be avoided, and So Burridge went away. But another pounded and baked, frequently const- hearing will be destroyed forever; our work equal to

the operator can seldom stop to examine day, while in the same studio and in lutes the whole of the native bread food. nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh Send city.

any part of his work until it is finished. the absence of the owner, a third artist, Dread and butter to a young Kamchat- which Is nothing but an Inflamed yearPRINTING Dyed.
Many bnsiues houses of the city now who commonly shared the place and ken is represented by dough of pine condition of the mucous surfaces. Gents' Clothing Cleaned or

employ expert typewriters for the purposes worked there, said Burridga could have bark spread with seal fat, not a very We will give' One lIundred Dollars for Ladles Goods Cleaned or l

of oorreipoudenoe instead of having the model If he wanted it The owner appetizing combination to English no- any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) "

shorthand writers to receive dicta. had concluded to get along without it Ions. And not only the bark of the pineIs that cannot be cured by Hall Catarrh away, Dying Silks and Cleaning goodi<
Cure. Send for circulars free. delicate texture a Specialty
thus utilized for food. The dwellers most
tion and afterward transcribe the notes. And about an hour after the owner F. J. CHEN SKY & Co., Toledo O.
,
for price list
The number of operators relied upon to came back. He sat down and tried to in certain parts of Siberia cut off the LrSold by all Druggists, 75c.

do this work is very small, for to become draw a wagon. But he couldn't He young> and tender shoots and grind them But keep the MAINHABD BROS. W

typewriter requires tried to write letter that had long down to form their flour. One Imagines
an expert peculiar a JacksonM
The Urlttsh parliament re-assembled No. 13 Newnan St.,
that tbe bread therefrom must have
aptness and ability and many been overdue. But he could not get his an

months, if not years, of methodical practice thoughts together. unpleasantly resinous flavor Tuesday with the customary ceremonies.

and if familiarity with the piano 1 "Something is gone," said he. "I In Iceland even the hardy pine is The session was opened at 2 o'clock by Money on the W H GLEASON HO C ,

assists a typewriter to speed it is principally can't do anything. I have lost some wanting, but the Icelander declares the reading of the speech from the

through strengthening the oper thing." that; "a bountiful Providence sends him I throne. i ATTORNEYS IN LAN D C.t"

ator's memory and ptJrlOverance.-Ne. "Maybe it is your brains," said the bread out of the very stones." He East Coast

York Sun. man who shared his room. "Burridga scrapes a lichen-the Iceland moss-off If you are weak and worn out, or have TITLES TO SPANISH cH.'TS
has been over" the rocks and grinds it into fine flour, that tired feeling Hood's Sarsaparilla. rED
GiTtnc the Baltan tots Title*. "The figure," cried the artist "Tha which serves him both for bread and Is just the medicine to restore your AMINED: AND PERFE"

Whenever the name of the sultan is is it" And he started out When he puddings, and also as a thickening for strength, and give you a good appetite. By giving theADVOCATE

mentioned, it is after the manner of the came back, he brought not only the fig his broth. Thus, truly, has stern experience Hood's makes pure blood. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND

following, which I translate literally are, but a water color sketch as welLIt taught him to live where most SURVEYS OBTAINED

from a Turkish paper before me: had taken Burridge days to complete would starve..-Chambers' Journal For a dinner pill and general family
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Today our paper reaches the thirteenth the picture, and it marked one of the cathartic, wo confidently recomend Defective Homestead and 1're-EIf

year of Its existence, and we celebrate ploasantest events in his sojourn along Reawm Fo "'....- Hood's Pills. Entries Corrected and Perfl'-'ted P

this anniversary in the reign of the finest I the grand canyon of the Colorado. "By the way, said the editor to the ..rl'..'. WINE B'CISDUI for,....1. di....... Claims adjusted before M
pearl of the see and the esteemed But it squared him.-Chicago Her new man, "we don't credit statementsto ment at Washington.
A share of[
center of the universe, at whose grand alai a well known citizen on this paper. Burglars entered the bank at Vernon, .Correspondence solicited
portal stand the camels of justice and You must give his namo" FLA-
I a small village west of New York, Friday EAU GALLIE.
mercy, and to whom the eyes of the IN FAVOR OF HORSE MEAT.TeUtlnarlaa "The trouble is," explained the newman
kings and the people in the west have "that he is so well known thai night and blew open the safe with dyna I*
been drawn the rulers there finding an' lay They.. Know of K' Ob. the statement would be discredited if mite. They secured 1000 in cash and Your Job Work, Pineapple, Orange and

example of political prowess and the I Jeetloa IU"I'M. his name were given."Indianapolis some valuable Land For Sale, Cheap'I
"Shall we eat horse? is a question
classes a model of mercy and kindness.It JournaL of that the total
\ has It Is worthy note cotton "
is our lord and muter, the sultan which a Philadelphia newspaper have for sale 80 acre p" |
of the two shores and the high king I been putting to leading veterinarians. EMlly ...-..... receipts at Augusta, Memphis, St. >-< land on St. Lucie river, a I' ru.

(Khakan) of the two seas, the crown While none of them answered squarely; "I didn't know that very conversationt.1 Louis, Cincinnati and Houston were 11,* low Eden, 40 of which be' x'r'

of ages and the pride of all countries, in the affirmative, there was general gentleman was a foreigner until 534 bales against only 3,087 on that day quarter of northeast quarts (.

the greatest of all caliphs, the shadow concurrence in the opinion that horsemeat a few minutes ago." last year. 18, township 38, south of J> u' 1*

of God on earth, the successor of the makes rather good eating at a "Did be fell yon so?" Have you seen it ? Seen what Why LW' All Job orka.rUs11ca.11y the other 40 is the north.>' -I{
apostle of the Lord of the universe, the I pinch. Francis Bridge said, "The fleshis "No I gather It from his eonverestioa the Wilton Rapid Calking Machine. If of southeast quarter of ran;;' I ,,?
38 south ,
victorious Al-ObU) Sultan as nutritious and in flavor as good at He knows so many ways in which township ,, '!
conqueror ( I you own a sail or row boat, don't fall to ; The above land can be bo ; a"_
Abdul Hamld Khan. May God protect that of the bovine, and I see no good the institutions this country could be have one on hand. It is a great labor It Is suitable -(

his kingdom and place his glory above reason to interdict its ne as human Improved."Washington 8'r.l'ert.et1F saver, and Is patented in the United per acre.lemon or lime gro

the sun and moon, and may the Lord I food." W. L. Znill declared that be States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A gottonup.l5atifsiaotioln; ; orange Will,be sold In lots Jl tS.: ,
supply all the world with the goodness would eat It In preference to pork. It CabwabI.. few of the state rights will be sold at a cash. This land 11'1111000 wl

which proceeds from bis holy majesty's Is "more juicy and of better flavor thanox "How do you like the people in the reasonable IIcure. Apply to J. O. Walton ; : ; per acre

good In\eDtton&-NIDe'-1th Century. I flesh," bl said B. J. J. Hargar next flat?' Tltu.ville. fla.McElrce' e Apply to C. H. Walton '}If

who bad one eaten a mate tenderloin, Mrs. Longtalk-Tbey are perfectly Gua.ra.n.'tOOd. office or to Bobbins 4 Gra -:l)

A U....* harA -. found it inferior in fiber and taste to TUibearabla Wine of Cardul Till ; ___

queer exhibit is on ale at the clerk's best "Noisy and"-
office of the court of appeals at Frankfort E. M. Mlchlner thought that horse "Qraclonst No I've never been able and THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT antor Send xuaoxc3.oxja. your -Walton'l Rapid Calkl:;' Y;

Ills a "negro hoodoo bag" containing flesh was not injurious to "human to overhear one word they say."-Til'. sale by the following merchant UTitusTlUe 13.00, 110.00, and $w.w t',. ti

dice a rabbit foot and some health" and be pointed out that Dei. Bite : Fred S, Chaffe k Co. by many of the principal, awl:;

other! toy.Urious_articles.. The bag ll tber tuberculosis, actinomyoosis or hi' _tIUff" wise eesem f..w.u N.r... J,Do Screven In monlals the North. See paraph J




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WITH CARDS. I .IIOTLLs.. CHARUF IS LOST. I
[CKS I

HOTEL I A.. HI. t>Mir A... M..|... Tee the It..1 The Tropical Trunk Line.

,ARKABLE EXHIBITION BY A NONPROFESSIONAL MELBOURNE -Ili.: r'.r,:; tan of th. Mamt.r.r.Chaf .

\ .r J I lie's aunt came into police head

MELBOURNE, Indian Rlnr, FLORIDA. _.: '! "., quarters department the to other go out day and and hunt wanted for Char the [ Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway. '

.,1111, Cincinnati BwlneM .... Faln Open all the year round Good Fish .;c.j.<': -- lie, whose lees name ii O'Drlen. Miming I JOSEPH II. DUHKni.:, llocoivur.

Hamilton whist Club .. I ing, Hunting and Yachting. lutes \\1Si I I children are reported hour of
the
d every
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$2.50 and upwards .i rAL I TilE FLonmA SOUTIUUNK. It co. Jt 1'ITKU AMI LKEUUTH l K'VINDtVN
With Trick. Which Have t ,," the day at headquarters. and they did
jelphta Proprietress, MRS. I. :M GARD. I'\ANW\, 1I1'ot'.Jo" -' nun'uul RIVER 8TKVMHOVT ('(). I MHK: UOKTII STE,\MrUs.w : .
in
not sty aujttiiutt Charlie'sdtiiappparaiioe
Illed gellar sod H.rrma.a .
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Spetlal Featuron' at (" > : until the facts came ont = NUt'nit .- 1-- --- -- NIiNTIr

?{ WAS regarded by experts as the crate rat*. Bolul "( rlna'lorOtl'l I They turneil Cliurlio'n aunt, who lives S">: la. iu 311. N n Tlm. T.hl. In I Ucvt Jan. 5A,. 'tk I .:rrw. -_\u 0: n. ,

[mrveloni exhibition: of card magio HOTEL CARLETON thin. gear rUlilng, good cooking! \\iite at 13 blioldoii IIrtlt!'&, over to Dtiloctive temp. el11111r P41.IMM.Lr..JA1'Kell\111.1.1! ::. Ar'' il.taal j/MII\II.IIIJP'"
for terms. ea3p IUr tI'"ICfII'II'.. . 1121.' .1 1.1. .. .. ..
,>en at Philadelphia was given at Swan. 1411' II wa I04&.I. .. . ... S4"tau, II,, '"! IUr',
I million Whist club by Thomas B. Jacksonville The detective, with due regard for 1131'1: : 1..1' 1111I.; COs a ,. ..lnvnCeveeyrogs, .. .. II"' ", 111311\11 itnpm
A formal Florida. IaJOp 23111' 1'aep: 111'.1" .... ... 1'.Ldks. ., .. ... 44-1aa. 121optu :
i j of Cincijnati.: reoep- the sorrow at the thought of the bet 111/11I1"/ 2R I' ... 1er4a-. I\IIt.,"',is..... .. ... 4ttt. ... U4J. ." .4Upto, .....
Ii given by the Hamilton club to palmetto Charlie, prepared to ask a number of II 1111' a .ap lows: .. I'"nama . .... SRIanl II ;C,am .....
in for the bosfy Opposite Postofllee. House #! 11:1:11' I slap IHall' 11147. .... .II11l1lh'ttI..I.; .. J4."lItll. ... 34'1' ''
rnue: when return questions. Tears almost welled iu .. .. .... '
up Ii 4i' a4"p' IIJ1'III'Ia .. 'tll. .. .. ... .. akaa1,11CMs .... slrlpu
\ tendered him entertained his V his eyes as he pictured the little lost I4eOa 31\0'1' .. .IIpa... ..,.... ...1'b.tan ,. ., .. ... .. beat, lnnaa.; ,. ....
series of most remarkable 1297a 4i I' 114:1.: .. .... .. 'l.rn .rtnll", .. 2...'am In.1111... .. ...
with a *;,c Under New Management x DAYTONA, ri.ORIDA. one wandering helplessly about lu the Iola' / 4241 2atp Uap .... .'... 1..ro..I.... I IICau, NMati 7N1pm

rich Arnold is a well known ClnclnLsineso + + COMFORTABLE and HOME-LIKE. streets"What of a time great city. did niixs I . : : aMtp 4811: 2211 Ib; :. Ilpal.r Ue'I'Ar;j : I ... .. .....lklalul.. .. ... )(I .1r I.C.:: :: :. :.19Nam'.I i I seta ::::' Ilnput IMlpw:: :

Thoroughly renovated new plumbing, yesterday you 111.. 4Np V ,III I' 12 101 I' ,. .. Ihangeh1rJnn-tIe. '' . M. ... vasaa a1/pm
man being a member of Situated the him?:' he gently inquired. I a a 4... I' 2: 11I'1' 1:1:11': : I' .1uterprl"r.1inn4lon iI'J..1 VIt an.; 5)ip III
shoe firm of Alter Julian I IiJ new furniture, new decorations, gi, on Umt limit of the "bare itwatm't all I I2na: Atop ::1110'1' I0'' it .. "Nunf"rd. .. .. ..i.\ Iuaw: Yalu, 1:1&11'11':
llalifix ,
Iliolenalo electric light steam heat River In beautiful grove of yesterday II tr' III'J I' III-It. I I' 1",.., 1'II.k. 11 ,,, '" 1 7 lIR. III 1:14.: pm
elevator oval palmetto tree; one mile from the At- missed him said Charlie's nnut a 1a IIIII .. . .... ....1111/I1..1/ 7..11. Uaa: to
[ not a professional magician but annunciator hot and cold bitlm, elegantly lintic anti ithin easy walking distance "Iln\v long ago was it?" softly asked 4,5). SMtp: I2IIj: ,471 ..... ... .. hl..unnns.., .. .. .. ''',teA0. ,,,, Ii.t' p m

Icks; have mystified such mend furnished parlor, orrheRtraStilctly of the churches and places of amimoment the detect ho. H: : 94Sp 5Rlp -::: : : : : SIOpAr.+;11,1r.:: : : .. .. ; .. hart"w'raaIs. .,,, ,,: ,."I::. CtOpm 91apnJ. :: :::I Iu1.1to 94. act

in magio as Kellar and Herr- firstclasg In A good livery stable Is attached to the "Threo years ago come last Monday 11M. : '_' A,, .. ,. ,. .' '& "' '''I'.. .I.t Titpm< .YeAUt. .
fabulous every reepectRATESt2.5O IIOIIBO, from whicl guests cm order .. .. : n4a i r .:-- :--Jack; ';nn Ills ::-:. Ir ::::. .. V"iAjjii; epAm
H< has refused sums teams at was the niuwerMr. .. .. 105t.e ... ,,.t Y.latks .. lu .... 1:1.: ", nt .1.1'11I
bare been offered him to go be. to *4.00 per dIY.; a moment's notice. Swan fell back in his chair witha .. .. .. .. 10Up-----------I '' .. In'.rll"'h..,, .... .. .. 11:111.: SUpntI
atI'8-2.50: to fII'er; day: *U to *H ... .... I :.!\. .. .. .. .. 1I..h..."" .. .. .. I.. ,. In7etu '/11I1'11I
|the public as a professional pre- Special by the week and to CommercialMen per week. M. IIo.\o. dull thud "Three years: did you . .... i : ...... .. .. 1t'It.h..II.. . ? .. . .' Inltam: '.1'11\
a quiet, domestio life to any no- say'" and ho looked out of the windowso ; 1J01p-Ar.i; .. ., .... .. . v04t5' aMpm
|b be might gain as a magician. he could have laugh all by himself : .: :::. 4tnp: :: .,:. ...I: : / e'------------I-- I- Ar ::: :: : itUat Itepm: :: :
I .
CRAPO & .
y .
LeVENE aMp UUI I lllran"I 'Ir 94Iat'
"
Arnold opened the eyes of his ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. "Have you a picture of him" asked ::: Aeip: ii I':: ., .. .. .. .Ilrangelate:: I .: :: :: : : taaao::: IAapm INpat:: :

what he calls sim Proprietors. Mr Swan and tho caller ... IIIII' "'", .... .. ., 4h'RI" .. .. .. .... .. ... .Hain IIpnt
a : prodnoud
>nt by very a ... ... .. .
7utI': I5.p. .. ".III..IIII..k. .. .... . I 7latn 119tain
.ick. Two now packs of cards be. tintype of a clever looking little chap .. ... 74111' "'' '.... ..... .trhurv. .. .. .1'1. .. .. ,.711I. ... tll.1. ...
/ .. ..
COLUMBIA I
j Ig to the club were produced. He HOTEL "That wall taken some yuan atOo" : : : : AMryAr-----------::::: ::::: Iirek.tlllr--------: : I.: .'. : :.::.'sic el7atn.rn
Liver /en them before. Shuffling | HOTEL x COQUINA| said Charlie's aunt "lie was IS years : ..lt.&t1 ? .. ,J.L, arkNattllle ..: .. 71pam; :
j ck, he held it out to one of the x Centrally old then .. .. asp lIo.I.I.v.: .. .... Nanfunl.' .. .Ar satpnt Impln27q :
"Select Located on St. George "And how old he when ho .. .. .... : 1.\ .. -.. .. -..- "'."' 1'. .. .. . .. ..An, 11"1 .. 111"1'11I
I men present saying: a was disappeared .. .. tilaa ....... H Fl I 1'l.'' \.... ., .. .. lI..r.... .. ... .-" 4LInn .. .. ,11II" III
-- -
(from this pack and then return it, Street. ?" asked Mr Swan. .. .. .. Alna 6 tIll. ... Fnrtatr.dn . .., 11I' "' ..... .... tpant:
.,. .10a .... 11:10'1': .. .Ih.lligelrwn .. : .. .. .. .. .. ,
"He the 24.pnI 111. '"
mind. I Old 17
lug the card in your will Overlooking Fort Marlon and was over was answer .I
Park .
.
4 ORMOND-BY-TflE-SEA-# IIM. TI. Ar. .tmaii, .. Iltdant. . TAaant
my back to you as you make your and a full view of the Ocean and Mr. Swan gasped agAin. "And then ? 4mlI ..::: ::: A P11':: Ae:::::::.. 1'unte rinnla ... : .)Ise C v nits sl'':, ..:: ,:::.iCCiaat

IOn. One of the other gentlemen he's about 21 now ho remarked "And .. 1:11101': 1114.' .. ....,I,1.\ . .1..n,.. .. Ar- Iiepu'', a1pm
FLORIDA. rolling breakers from the piazeas then he's been, three and .. . 4MI' 'V11\1' .. .. .... lnterprl.tearlens.: ( 111..111 "I\I'RI
( second and missing
the pack throw its years,
ake .. .
.
..
AUp
floor. The only card that will yon: don't know where he Is, and we've .. AUp:: I4 2atp:: : ::.:.:: Intrrprla.;IMrrn .:'.:'. : .. : .1. :::: I. Iagil Chant: : ICpm Idiptn: :: :

the of 6 old to .. .. ... 7Iip 3 45 I' ..1'\ I.. trsnrs .. .. ... .Main II MI' III
[face upward will be the card so- W. M got picture a boy years TII'I': 36.11' .... ...,......TlrlII'II.I.t ..... I.' .. .11..11:11\411": "
OPEN DEC 1st TEAHEN
Proprietor find him with. That looks -
about
picture --- .h -
; by you. I will not touch eithert TIf; :; ; ItJ I1n; --Ti: .. 1 1n2am: ,.
the decks"ecard as much' like Charlie as I da The Uwt Tllllr Tsr.rea __I.\ __ tCNamLv. .. ..
was selected, and the gentle. thing you can do if you want to find
(threw the second pack on the floor SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Gas, Electric Bells and perfect system Charlie Is to e.Providunoe Jacksonville. (Indian n. EIII'tlO) : 1\ Lv. Royal I'olnelanoI'nlm[' ( IIroI'It.1O) ot) a

line of diamonds being the Are of Sanitary Sewerage. Journal I.v. Sanford . 163p: I.v 1I,1t.11.llkto V.'tih(1W.l.g( .) 1023u:
"only Specialties at Ormond. 1'ltnavlllo (wltarf) 4 ((5)1 J.v. 11111111 Ithlo'rl\ (Hhlpra) . 104.\1\
(that fell face upward. "That, ex- NOTIFIED BY A BELL RINGER. 1.1' 1'ltn8\1II8 (dally ex Sunday; ) 4 U p hue JUIIvla inke'forth I'tr.) 118.1: a

ad Mr. Arnold "is the card you %3T' For Circulars IIlIe hotel lndlan It, Rockledge. 7001' I.v. Jnno (vie .1. & I.. W. II,..) J 11\01\

wit*" address Green Cove Springs Florida How W..ra 1 Illaa-*. Wr Attracted to 1)ueJuplter 'fttlluwing.1ty'). . 128Op: Jllpltltr (dally). 1l2I': :
i cheer greeted the announcement a Trav.llna; Show I.v. Jupiter (dally). 1:14.\: p J.v. Jupiter (dally u. !Satulda1)) 1 (001'

[that was correct. SEISER & PINING, Managers, "A theatrical man has varied experiences Ar. Jupiter (ViA J. .t I.. W. lIy) 120: p Ar. Hotel Indian H.. (ltutkllJIi:4') '700 a

Row, here is a good one said the and some funny incidents are continually I.v. Juno (via Lake Wurth Hr.) 10: I p Lv hotel Indian If.. (ittMklellue)) tII I(10i) 1IIlIe

gainer. Pointing to Charles Yar- ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA. coming before him said a Hotel Rlvtera (IUvII'lR). 2: (IMII' blue Tltnsvllle (daily n. Sunday) 11 4.Dlle \ a
S lIotell.ake Wtlltlt (II..W.I./l/ ) :I 8\ l' LrTlUhvllle (wharf) 12201
CLAIR
"Will HOTEL.
continued
: kindly showman to "The nightstands
you a reporter. one
l'ulhdana
:._ IueRoyal (Palm 11.) 8(5)1' Ar JRchnn\'lIlt'ln.lIl\nmvtlr( ) 000p
card in your mind Do not men. are prolific of episodes and pro
hti Ihak a.d KL fanity. esDeciallr the latter but they .
name.
lily. t lalyeaueptaunday. I U.Ilyex.sptMonday.
''hen the selection w.. made he pick. Gent-I han called on tM reoom- also afford a good bit of amusement aft AtI.lltI..II"II.n lilac, .. '.."m..,11'IM'ln"'tI tn Lease TII"'III. 700) .. m.. Mn..dnl
) pack shuffled i( carelessly, and meodatioa of a friend to bar my portrait FINEST LOCATION AT THE SPRIBGS.Having' er the annoyance is over They are not wabwl.'v.nd Ytbkt. inr: Ibwklrolxe! :: Mellanhns .nd way Ln.linga.Titu.rllle' Itsturning. I"... aiel-
fog over to the wall threw the painted, but I should like to know quite so awful now as they used to be. bturneat TW; a. m., ". .y.. Thursday. and Nstunky. pus a p, In.PI'LI.MAN .

i at a picture. They fell in a show- If you can take me in mr for coat? A few years ago a company I was piloting and Cant.Uurdal; CAR l'bslran' I NRIerIcP Ihtlstka; ; -Tralnl9 o' hnt"kv111a p.rlor. Tnin Hunet Nn.cart II Ilndi.n Ielwren lily Jarkwnvllle,, htprs..l I T"ntpa i'.riur 1

I the floor Artist-Oh, certainly 1 Fact is, :you unobstructed view of through the west came upon a rather iluffet ear. J jI;kmnv116: + 4t Tltn.ellle. Tralu Nn as Baff t.iwplug car \rw Yark.t7. I'art Turps,
Tnin No. la, ('lnrlnnati and J.rl\.xmrllle I t. T.ugta, Tnln, N. ., ) irlor hat.
I animal I IIumoristisob .
forn the back of the picture out- know am an painter unpromising town but fate willed let ....I..I..n 1..II"r.I.. Tanq..ndMrkrnnrlll.p' 1'.1.., beset ('.rl TII"III. tn J.rk.tn.
1" laid Mr. Arnold. When this Blatter.A that we should give one appearance. rill., ('hair ran 11",11I. t., I'alatka. 11.t. Nu' II'J. Nuiet .1..1.It'1 can I...,. Tampa' to !hew
York .otl T.ml' tn (" "rl"'I.Gen. .
jdone, a card was seen sticking in aID the St. Johns River. The hall we hired was a crude affair
Trtfl aAOQuaintaDoeHr.- Mirm, w II. DKMIAM, K B. TABIF,
t the back of the frame. It was and so were the accessories. There was Bii| &: t T&KWKv. Hupt lorl.la. Houthi-rn R.R. lien. Bnt Iml KlvrHtlt' Co.
*k of spades. "That, sir it the Bnllloo, lei me no box: office, no reserved seats, and I (I. It AtKtKLY (l.neral. laaa.n.r| Anent( Ja.kM>n'llle, lla

|you had in mind. Introduce my friend Jones. I've just bad to stand at the door and collect the

Yarnall acknowledged that it been telling him bow you made your admission money. At 7:80 not a soul
Thoroughly Renovated. Hot and cold Jacksonville
and the crowd was convulsed pile.Mr. bad appeared. At 7:45 a great big chap ,

:JiD. a member of the company was Bullion (slightly deaf) Glad to Sulphur Baths In the hotel. came stalking in and asked me if I

1 to take a card in his mind. Four know you' Major Pyle.-Chicago Tribune. I wanted ringer 'What's a ringer?' I { J St. Augustine

were asked to take cards at ran. I MARTYN EDGERTON. asked. 'A man to ring the belL You'll

from the pack and remember the never get folks np here to see this show

deal! value of the card The spec- till you.hire somebody to go dewn town & Indian River

who drew the first card was told and pull the town ball bulL They

lie the number on a sheet of paper. J\O. P. McCALL. used to it and won't come without. to

!second man wrote the number of took the ringer at his word, gave hi >, Railway.

aid (n a separate corner. The third half a dollar and he departed smiling.
paced'! his number under the sea INDIAN RIVER HOTEL Boon the deep clanging of a bell smote Tim Table In ftlrrt Mar. IHIh, HIM.

ne and added the two together af- upon the air and in less than no time All Rail Line to Lake Worth via St Augustine Ormond and

the result to the first number. The the (own people came pouring in, enoughof Rockledge.
-
h man affixed the number of his TITUSVILLE, them to make a fair audience In -

to the other two numbers. The re- spite of tho fact that our attraction bad South Bound North Bound.

was 874. Indian Rivor.Tla. been set forth on tho billboards and In .
i -' the local If that bell hadn't beenpalled N0'I:! \it.aJA !' u !' 0'
ow said Mr. Arnold "will two T papers, / n 71.
.meD accompany me to the library wo would have played to 1'acantbencheL I.\ .,...,....."vlil.. 7 ins 10 An a fl-IIO.. 'Tii j p I.' W ....1'" 1t.u.b''. T lu.'fiiA ; m
of them holding of hands "Washington Post ",. AUJru.tI" alia I 11M. I lID I' I lap I.\ Itlrlcri. .. .... . T 14 a is

rdcan come along one to see fair my play." J>O. P. Mt CALL I.v I.vNt IIa.Ougs., Augu.tiue.:: : 141" Ii 17 MI 0I':: I.r I.r: : ; !: i: :: : : : 7isa in a a w

"T returned bringing book. 'Turn I MAVAOCH.'off Fought Shy of the Trap I.vEwt l'rlatk.. IIl'J.I: ii Ii .\ / . .sat .11'

'is 874, ordered the entertainer. I Borne years since while hunting in 1 Ai Y.latka.. : :::.:, f l4r 1 sp: !:H W.Ju1dt.r..I'; :: IN IMtaw: s m
book Was I northern Michigan I tried, with the aid LvI'slatka 1teal9Ut. -1--- : : : :::: ::::: Ii : : AdlaW
opened at the page Indi- Open All llic Year A, Man Alat.u .. .. to 43 In I' I.\
011. IX.:
and a card was found. It was the of a professional trapper to entrap a I., Man Mateo II 411. I.\ . . IIMI..IIA : III
cot ipades. "That is fox who made nightly visits to a spot IIr""I. ... .. ,., 103l1a 2M1: .. .. .. .. .. I.eMatl.uro.. .... ... .... I'.1114 "I
your card I where the entrails of door had boon Unnllnd .Iowa axe: I' .. .. I.M.n.... .... 1II. a ru
Mr Arnold to the gentleman heykad a LvlhnumdJuno1n4wIMp.> .. .. .. .. I.\ ...11 U.III.. .. "Il4pllleam
: to make selection. u'' u '" Only a few minutes' thrown. Although we triad every expedient I.\ I..yt..n. ..to... 111.. -. -.--- I\'I.M..I..I. (. .. .. .. .... ." ?., 17u p 11 to w
a ,.
e walk from Railway stations that suggested itself to us, we 1"I'IInllr."II.? .. .. .. I.\'I"NN . .. ... "" ". .. Usopin:
Statement was correct 4 k jw p add Steambqat landIngs I.\ New I\'YrIl. 11 Ina I.\ City 1 .I"t. .. '" U t.1 p III .
e most remarkable I were nnsnooosuful and what seemed Ltl.klilll..tllf. 1.\'TUu.vlll.. .... .. .... .. 'a:.d'pU4Apw
trick of all was . .... ... .... ,
singular always found the LTitu.rtlleis. : 1.\4..111111I. 40'1' IIIIrru
*t Captain Walton president of r' I'' On the banks of tbe very we trap I.r'htyPant. .. ...... I.v NOW ""',1n,.. ...: .. .. .. 4mp IltpatI

American Wed Whist Players' league 'i + far famed Indian lilver.lOJLii sprung animal dug My beneath companion it,minted and putting that the his (lbs' ..klndg..p-. : ::::--- ;; : l. ,: : : : L Lrlbrt/hang., Lybnu. .. .::: :::::: .. :::"/7J: I' to aYlpwLr p w '

to draw a card from the Lvt'ufl.III.. .... IIA1- ANhmond... ... ..... .... 4Mtp ins> pin
replacing it and keeping the card tmmx i W M 1PT11Lt 11 NT. paw beneath the jaw pushed down the L\ M.rno .... Lvlyduyul .. /asp 97a pmI.Meltwmrn.
pan with safety to himself but though .. ..... 72:1" I.\ U..I JUliO.... 44tp 14n. a.
mind Mr. Arnold took an egg I.Ntl.urle. ... SM--------------, A, ...., "'.I.lh. .. .. .' 5iSp 4'11I I' wI.r
the seemed to confirm it I ,
:'ng appearance Yort -
one at random from a half :, : I.I. r :::: Slap: : : :::: :::: A. .
:J i. and broke it into a tumbler. He could badly credit his explanation. An I Y.dm. 2611 :::: .LrN.nMUat .. ItA t w
hvJ.nn .
ud<1 Brat that other year in another locality of the -Ae-Whek., -.. a la--pTp pw +
"at skIn neither the shell nor same region an old and experienced IW: {:. :----------I:::: ::: .... : .:::: ::: Lr I'abtb_. .. :=. _:: :: :.: _J' _t0..J'!'.
of tbe egg bad been bro- 1.\11..1... ", . i.e Rutings.. .... .. .. 4:1111'0'I. :
assured
&o card was concealed up his THE WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE trapper me of iU correctness and .\ w. "1' A, M'. AUII'II.''''., -/ 30 I' 4ipinIn
e or anywhere about his said in confirmation that bo had several airhra! : -; : I r Nt.. Augu.iln.: i ( tMS :. Ste: p w
II the person. times caught them after they had made Ar W 1'.IW Iku d Sa.- p AJu k.mrlll., l/as. 106ea 1Iq p w i
egg was broken a card was
the tumbler crumpled up and Patented In the United States Great Britain and Canada two or fore successful attempts to EAST CO"'T ANIJ WENT COAST CANT CO"'T STCI) WENT (CANT
"*4 spring the by the simple expedient
with the yolk of the egg. trap t'1.' SL A..U.. Orwo.d and Orwp VI. Tllo.rlle and Ea'.rprl. J..e.
yln lg it out Mr. Arnold asked in Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States. of setting it upside down when of coy ......&10.. tlo..
the act of undermining and
u course -'
card :
did
you draw. Captain ,01.:1l .
'aaY'he touching the would bring the I'iIlIlTII'
pan paw .
-- --I STATION. NNOTS STATIONS. NoU:
queen of clubs. TITUSYILLE, FLOntDA.A within the grasp of the jaws.-Mr. 're- No_ So T4 No I

here '" The bore of Boston in Nature.A --- I T 2I\D\ I.\ J"'h"III. A r 1121.' -,1IAa LW 1'111",. Iie..b At 1744.
,7 pack was search. 140". III. alClt"t'"e I7q. .. .. Yllrt 1'Ie",+. 7ey; '
that particular card found miss- W_With Boaaty aid _.".. IIIIa 1..lk.. "I Ibl' .. M.n........ 1641'II"
a./ l.rn..1 4.., .. 571.1, bu liaiU. C SOp
''*> Since the death of Seyffert the Vien 10... Of llaytnna to //r1 .. Rot..I...... h...... Iltry
B8h an expert on cards, Mr. Ar executioner the authorities have received 1I111a" N.. Nmyraa 40111' .. .. .. / A, Tlt.rllee I.4 _.,
,
awee played II '. .l", l.k. 1t"I.a "I 11M'!. Ueopil4C"pi./ \ TUunlll. Ar tWlf.
a for stake In -
game a .
of for his .. .
scores applications .
1215rAt'' "1( Lv t1 f ::11'1' ShyjArC.t.ryrlattJu..Lv t7p
I
A. A A M. *
; .. could make a fortune as a [ place of which the most curious that III"p L\ 1 LCltyJu."tI. t Ar IWI' 101_ I aryAr, Naabxd I\ 1IIto1""pIA !

1n*,. band said I he "for I can deal a p1ND HA4 l of a pretty woman, who sends her photograph '', WI Ra ate nfw4, Park 1.\//17Np I top, .. .. .401'1..11I.1'.... LLp I L\ wlnurYark aaafunl Ar n14 131'1'111I'o1' ,' '

10 choose but I wouldn't with the following letter: a"ry l":: Orlando :: I ii N Ss-p: 1191 11tl.udo 19 x. 1
Ply: :
nt in teal Kla.imuute Ub Is-p 14v KI'lwwee t91sry
'onia our wes: irn country "I am 18 years old and possess great 1111I> Tam._ tNy.. .. .. flap&' Tampa 115.
bt shot lure as fate. I don| PUREBBWAKX: physical strength. My sex and above all llMp: "Tamp. Nay haul I... .. .. ... ...C Ivp Taw,. 1la1 lineal I JIta ;

Mckt"flit 1 is that enables me to do my beauty fit me for the employment I slap Hsi': :: Punt.pun Tate IH.rda{.. :: 5(11-------------.: -. : : :.I.: to.2Ap '':.r.1 :,f: :::

studied them all out ..
*' i my. solicit The fact is that the last persona 7I7pi" SL Y.Wnbrl .-- NI Y.unburg S
m. an't explain bow or why I whom the condemned man fixes his --

Philadelphia Times. laM Is the executioner who nine times I All train dill...MTWH J..k..I1&.4 M AnKuatlMTruloa .
is the whole stay wiuth of HI Aii...llM raa dally ..""1.I Humlay.
> cuu. out of ten is repulsively homely How Trmloi' XI,17, a* and 7. ....... no stops bctwMi Jai.kaunvllki. and Hi Aagnatlii.
'YI her I INLIt.n..fr.asset. ./. much more consoling it would be for a I Train 23 a...... local t"l>. MWMII JmrkMnvllto and HI A guatlu., but loath of It. Anfutntx ..... s'
of the Bangor girls OtM Lk.let about oily at atatl.m.Npstt. wbk this b ah wTraU
are proverbial; I criminal before entering into eternity to I A,ai u r. n" Metaphorically I bye the knot adjusted by the soft bands Trals as cairw. Pullaua Huffirt tHwt>lnr ear la route from Raw York W HI A>.*.Ut>*.
II (It ry daughter of Eve In the of a woman whose bewitching glances Tnl S7 1. wimoiiMd ieliulv.ly of 1'ulluuui carl, uor|>tui( on Xoatla,., vlwa IMl I.
: Mal',1.d with mcuUr I ,W a bloom
wWeari... of health a I I ADD HAl"\/t\ER SODA would cause him to forget for an instant Tral. an earrlM PuHmai IHnliif sad Mlwplnf ran .a root HI. AnraatU to New V"k'Ia F.
twohether W\ C A f. Mil Houllwra llall..,. .
P auMpwn cheek b Wand I the terrors" of a moral agony won TnlI. .... .........*l.itlualv.lyori*.UiiuaHlc. .plnjajid .11.10" can. HI ADa""" to >*w
4 ( than death. Vienna Letter. York via AlUull (' I.'IIM,cicr|,ll )r a. Huailajra mram piad with ranlar .
!all'. *oaonic Influence of the Trala 7,carries Huffrt rarkir ran WMI 1-alm: Bank la J.ck.oiville: also Wlawa =
.r the Ootts M more than other I'ld:1(1 soda can. route HLAiuniatlMlo Raw York this
unusual richness of i 4>er9 spoils a AiUniU OMI Un.
11 *It I in pacfr'ages. A trout shield with central boss, a Tats 74 rarrHM, Ito Parlor sae Wart Palm HMM : b,'HI AmuwMiMu .
'S c. : is that Vennses and flour-oivus yactaowicdgedptratlfttbe.orl0. large copper chaldron, bronze knives .aaBCi-n ua oral Jl aid 7* have Tvruly Mla>.l.. far l>lnu r al Orwo d ......11_,
4 boa come marching raw -two on ;J3 awl 74 b... ten wlauu. for luw k at i>riu..aMl J........,
in up 4 Made only by CBU&CH t CO. Rev Tort. $014', groan cictjihac. and several yanes were among the treasures Tl : Tlaw-Tabl.I shoal th. =M ankh IraJaa aiiay to p rt>J ta irrl xa.l drj art frosa
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:c upon a solid phalanx. found by &falr *aa&a lo tae reins Ik. an .U >utluM, but their or iteMAan al the .' oUMd la nut ;ua/a lwe. Mar dais
..r. &1* and they are j WriM tor Arm sad BaJaiacr Book eI ft lavaftl Jr dJtae-1YCL of Troy. UN Ca easy buM liwlf t..pumlhU fr any delay or any Maw-41._ artalaw tbunfiKNaiJOSEfll .
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An lit ruing AVltli Longfellow. I community, by helping; Inallvlluallivea. of all in l'ower.-Latest U.S. Gov't ReportDnVAIBakins
Highest Leavening
Hut I must bring this letter to a close THE ROBBINSKRAHAM

The above was the title of Rn entertainment Should any who read it like to know C CPaid
given at the Presbyterian mnre of the work, and will write me, all
questions will be gladly answered.
church on Friday last. It was largely
Attended by all denominations! -cspeo- C. L, )lAn rr. Up CapItal! $25,000.00.
who seemed Melbourne, KU.PINKAPPLn.
Sally Episcopalian, to have
tnuHtercd In force on that occasion LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE
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The entertainment was a very creditableone ,
TIII DIGKMTOK '
and was generally; appreciated. .
Those who took part were well received -'ltINAltIN," We have for sale a large list of
l carefully
>y the a\llllence-elli'ecially| little Miss )

Keith Woodward." The "Courtship oMllet Which Capt. Thomas E. Richards, 01 ABSOLUTELY PURE selected Indian River Properties.

Standish with various laughable Eden, Introduced In a small way a few -- ------- Sale Lands the Florida
little circumstances connected with It Agents for of of Coa,t liar
years ago, bids fair to receive a permanent :
by the Ker Sidney Wilbur, was enjoyedby and popular position In the drug; 1- Episcopal Cliurcli Services. The Bicycle Fever. Canal and Transportation Co.
many present; but we are afraid some _
trade. The well known firm of Shull,
of our Titusville\ boys and girls became a There is quite a bicycle fever on in CANAL LA1VDS.Flol1da .
little &: Co., Ltd., of Philadelphia, Pa., Lent service will be held
little Impatient over Miles Standish's have been appointed sole agents. The every Titusville among the ladies at present. Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa &: Key West Rallw,
rOIliPlJo
style of love-making, for they are not at preparation has received the new name Week.Wednesday Lectures evening at the 730:church, up to Holy They are all-old and young-anxious to Lands Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment *'o"
all backward In attending to that part of "Plnspin," and U such It being will be delivered. history learn to ride, and It Is said that Mr. and other Low Priced Lands.
of the business themselves, Instead 01 rapidly Introduced to the trade throughout A. S. Thompson is kept quite busy In to Loan .A.1" :
leaving It to a proxy. Mr. Wilbur, how. Litany every Friday morning at 10 the afternoons, teaching the ladies Morxoy Vnys on JIlUld:
-ever received considerable applause alIt malls the world.with literature The agents on are the subject floodingthe o'clock, up to Holy Week. Several are coming out in "bloomers," At Ten per cent. in sums to tuit.

close, showing that the young folks and have received many testimonials u while some will adopt the "divide Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

appreciated the love tale. to Its marked effect In relieving troubles 11dr&." Both married and single ladies, Titusville. Florida.
The programme was .follows: of the digestive organs. We extract For Kent, a Brick'Store.Do are going to put In considerable time

Music ,.. ..... ..In.tmmeDtal80lo from one of their circulars as follows: this summer bicycling;and many are anx -
Miss Annie I'sddmnn. need a good brick store In lous to have the shell road made so theycan
"Plnapln Is the juice of the pine- you an
Hull Call ..Mveral ..Answer ladle by QuoUtloniBy apple put through a process rife excellent position In town, and away visit Cocoa and Rockledge at any Fred. Chaffee & Co
young S. !
Jt...,. ....... .. .Longfellow', LlfMlu atlon. from wooden buildings If so, call on time. One lady In North Titusville Informed :,. +
..Mary.. H. iUnmmKeclUtlon "Great care must be exercised In the Robbins &: Graham or C. II. Walton, us Wednesday night, that after a
< lolren'lliour ADVOCATE office Titusville Fla. little more practice, she would be ready .r
Miss Ruth Woodward.atada collecting the fruit, and at a certain ,
: ....... .. ...,.InntrumenUl Solo time of year, for the juice to be most to enter the ladies' bicycle race, which
Ml.Aline Brady. energetic must be at a certain stage of will take place later. The ladies are -.4 THE CORNER DRUG STORiTITUSVILLE
Anecdotes and By Note several of.young... ..ladle. ......Longfellow ripeness. Hence these conditions are Blcjcles at Itockledge and Cocoa. going to have gay times this summer.

Heading ..I'enonal.Trait of Longfellow most carefully guarded In the preparation
Mil lens Jiorwood. Since the road has been
of Plnapln. new made be-
Mimic Misses M.'Wiley anl i lena; Oardnrr.Heading ; .,..Duet "Its existence wu called forth by the'act tween Rockledge and Cocoa, most of the Reduction In Taxes. FLORIDA

... .. ...Lon fellow's Klrnt Poem that In countries where pineapples young ladies have taken to bicycles. Archdeacon B. F. Brown has receiveda ,
Mr.Chili A.Gardneratorjr The first ones to start the fever"
"bicycle
.. i are Indigenous people eat the ripe fruit communication from the tax assessor
nurt hlnofMllei8Undliib/
Ito,.mdnejr"W Illiur. for Its beneficial action upon digestion."For were Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Peck, of Rock of Orange county, In which he states We try to keep a full stock of
.. .... ..., have ledgl' There are lots of bicycles runningon
Hong Th lirlde* some years experiments that the following reduction will be Pure, Fresh Drugs of Best Qua!

Romance .Ml.....<*..Lena. .larduer..... .... .Evangellne been made looking to the perfecting of that us road that now the ADVOCATE One young need lady not informed made In that county's taxes: Orange Purity, Freshness and Quality In Drugs Is a very important matter. )
W. some by which a permanent
Rev T.%*ale. process groves where the trees have been frozento
Song .. .. .....Erangellneilrt. preparation could be secured. Having be surprised to see several "bloomers" the 7; cent reduction
ground; > per ; A line of Toilet Articles Etc
A.S.Tbomp.os.After obtained such a result In the form of worn by the ladies of Rockledge and those that will bear no crop this year, good Stationery, Cigars, Eli
lnapln i a clinical study covering a yearor Cocoa at no distant date. In fact, some will be
the entertainment most of those 50 per cent off; and where there
present adjourned to the annex, where more was made to determine Its value. of them were being made. some crop, 25 per cent off. We run our Business In "Dp-to-Date" Methods =====- --

they were bountifully supplied with Ice "The results of such a study have ''J- Special attention to mall orders. We will try and fill your wants t b) 11II
ream and cake, which they appeared to proven it to possess in a striking manner The Zuber-Maclennan Case. lust as well as if you called In person. All orders for goods in stock shipped 0
lo considerable justice to. decided action upon the entire digestive\ Off to England. day they are received. We want your trade.
Considerable credit Isdne Mrs. Humph tract, influencing it to Its betterment
and the other ladies who were Instrumental throughout its whole course, dispersing The Times-Union of Wednesday, referring Commodore F. D. Hughes, who has
In getting up the entertainment; the most obstinate dyspeptic systems of to the above case, says: "The been cruising; In his fine launch Jupiteron
And tbe performers must not be forgotten all kinds. case of M. II. Zuber vs. John D. Maclennan Indian River and Biscayne Bay during Read! Read! Read!!
for they deserve praise for therendering "We cordially ask at the hands of the came up before D. U. Fletcher, as the winter, gave the ADVOCATE a
of their parts so profession a trial of what we believe tobe referee, yesterday, and argument was pleasant call on Friday last He said he
rfbclently.s On the :h ::1t affair a most useful and valuable additionto mode by Howell Titus, attorney for the was delighted with Biscayne Bay, and
Appeared to be a. success, both socially the therapeutist looking to the Improvement plaintiff, and Robbins &: Graham for the I hoped to return there next winter. WRITE TO THE
and financially, and I we do not think our of disordered digestion; and the defendant. This Is a suit broughtfor Commodore Hughes/: said he was on his
people would object If another ouch a upon diseased mucous membranes, and a balance due on a contract for securing way to New York, from which place he
one was given; at an early date. The net we feel confident it will fill a place not labor to work on a railroad. The expected to sail from England about the L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER C
proceeds amounted to a little over$18. now occupied by any other drug or defendant gave a check on which was indorsed ,27th Ins:. lie will spend most of the I IJ
drugs. "In lull of all dues and demands summer In London, where he says he

"Dose, 1 to 2 drachms." to date." There was a dispute between will look out anxiously every week for nokson' -: 10r:1cJ.a: ,
The Work of the Y. 1-. S. C. 12. the parties, and the check was given to the ADVOCATE, so that ,he may read
settle the matter, which the plaintiff accepted about the doings of his many friends on If you are in need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain the
The Concert at Kockledge. under protest. Tbe case was Indian River and Biscayne Bay duringthe Special Low Prices for cash with order.
'MTfttcJunan tell us of the night." tried in the county court for Brevard time he Is absent from the East
"See that glory-beaming star I" Doubt. county and decided In favor of tbe plain- Coast of Florida. His naphtha launch Don't Miss -
less there are many of your readers who The Plaza hotel Rockledge, presented iff. An appeal was taken to the circuit will be laid up In Titusville until next This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to tl
do not know of the work done by the a lively scene on Moncay night, it being court, where the judgment was reversed. winter. Mr. M. F. Dwyer expects to Manufacturer

Y I'. S. C. E.; a work that Is largely Increasing the occasion of a concert, given by the A change of venue was secured In Polk leave New York Vngland on the same Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville, Fla..
iolllns Ladies' Quartette-com-
who would hail College and Judge Phillips remanded It steamer with Commodore Hughes.
gladly county,
; any. posed of the Misses Peck, Crooks and Rear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Main II:
"signs of promise" along our loved Indian back to Polk county on a petition for a
Moreman. It was quite a rich musical Laura Streets. : Send for Pocket Memoranda Book
River writ to amend errors. The amount Involved Bicycle
Figures sometimes tell the largest facts treat, and there were about one hundred Is $700. The case was taken Races.
la the least There are today two present to enjoy It. In addition to the under advisement by the referee.
space. concert, Mr. W. A. Sherley, a well known Yesterday afternoon was quite a gala;
million and a half enrolled EndeavorersIn In town crowds lining the streets E. L. BRAY:
writer and humorist, of Louisville, Ky., day ,
this world of
ours. favored the audience with a couple of To lie Given Away. to witness\ the bicycle, horse and foot

I hoar Enrolled some Endeavorers one say, and 1 Who others are they: "I very much amusing appreciated anecdotes and applauded., which were races.The first bicycle race was between Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilize!

have heart of Christian Endeavor Societies II. Peck after the "Information for Home eeken on the Porson Paddison, Trez Wilson, Ernest ,
Manager S. conert "
work.", but do not fully understand their -kindly gave; the use of his dining and Cast full Coast of of useful Florida information.; partly Illustrated"The Yanlandingham, Isaac Lindsay and Fren- I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

room for a dance, for which he has tbe and with tress Davis, twice around two blocks; Ac :X Groceries l< Vii
The story cannot be told In a brief thanks of those who attended. Land of the Sky Iteyond, prize, $1. Ernest Yanlandingharo was tuple jniey ,
letter. The leading men of our and lustrations. Free at the ADVOCATE
from Titusville were the winner. And Food ProductsOf
Quite a party
other countries are Beginning to speakof office, Titusville, Fla.
; Second between J. A. Englandand
hired launchto race All Kinds. Also
a
present, having naphtha My Stock of
Christian: Endeavor as one of the Send two-cent stamp to pay postage. Budlnot Piltchard, from Pine street
take them to Itockledge.; Among
greatest movements of this age for the those who enjoyed the trip were : Mrs. to Main street, was won by England. Grain, Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
betterment of the world. It has founda ,
Prize, one box of cigars.In .
Dickson and Edwina
E. W. daughter ; For Sale.
plare and work In the most of our Sloop Ground Food and .
the Misses M. II. Hansom, Jeanette Pat!. the third race between A. S. Thompson Wheat.I
churches; and, like the Sunday school, Bison, Louise Jones, Susie Gladwin Ida sale 40ftxl5ft and Oscar Pellett, of Daytona, Pel- am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively the above Um
For sloop frene, ;
in a small place where there Is nu Goods. I buy close and will sell and wll
many H. Dates, Lena Gardner, Annie Paddison, tonnage, 18 27-100; in first-class condi- ,,lett beat Thompson. They had another close I Invite your correspondence
church It is untold band
an blessing by ;
trial and beat Pellett. your patronage. Very truly
,
and Messrs England, liudge, Gardner, tion. New sails head-room In cabin. Thompson
lug together faith. for Butt service started Christians out to of different tell Anthon,.. test party or trade boat of her size oh The foot race between Doyle, Thompson ]7. L. X3R11DY.i ,
and Breitwlsch .
was won by Doyle.In
the river. Price 40000. Apply to
,
those who know of, and are Interested -
the horse between Messrs. II.
race
In hrUtlan Endeavor little of what E. C. D. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt.
a Cull for Meeting of tILe Democratic where she C. Budge and Budlnot Pritchard, the
Fla.
a Peter Nelson, Titusville, ,
Js done In -i: &
being our county. fEASTER :
be -tf latter won. In an after race the saddle IPITWISCH r
seen. ,
Melbourne has tested It for over six l\eciitUe Coin- may on Budge's horse slipped, and when he
and would as soon think of giving
years, It tec. came off the horse everybody was
up their Sunday school as their Christian in For Sale.A pleases to see that he was not Injured. Successors to L. A. Coleman

Endeavor Society. Had his foot caught In the stirrup, he
Tltusvllle\ welcomed the first Christian LA ORANGE, FLA., March 20. pineapple plantation of twenty would have met with a serious accident. Wholesale and Retail FLORIDA MEATS 01 kind all.

Endeavor convention held In llrevard The members of the County Democratic acres, on Indian River; dwelling; and Between other races and the greasy Dealers In
county, and we who attended that convention Executive committee are notified packing houses; two acres under irrlga- pole our people had a couple of hours

always bare a personal Interest to meet at the court house, Titus lou for vegetables. Enquire of of good amusement yesterday. Orange and Vegetable Growers
in the Titusville society, and be glad for ville on Monday, April lit, at 1:30: p. m., CIIAS. II. HowLANn, Space will not permit us to comment

their prosperity for the transaction of business. i Waveland, Fla, upon yesterday's sports at length ------ La Grange Fla
Cocoa has stepped to the front with a TOM. JOUNHOX, Chairman.
Junior Eadeavor society as well as a U. U. ABCIIIOALD, Secretary.
V 1*. S. C E., but she will 1 not long carry A Uargnlu.
then honors alone I others will soon follow
her good example. Good Cigar Business lot, 23: feet front, on Wash- DUREN & FEASTERGROCERIES
This year societies have been organIzed Ington avenue, with tin shop, north of
on the lower Indian River\ each having -' Go to the Corner Drug Store, Titus LOtlley &: Renaker; can be had for f 400. 1I. 1-
earnest workers and the sympathynnd ville, when want a good; smoke. This is very cheap. Nothing else can be
you
encouragement of the visiting ministers I' CHAKFEE & Co. lad In same neighborhood at double the
:
Would you like to knew where rice. OF ALL KINDS Francis H, Leggett & t ft
they are to be found f Where Christians ---- tf. ROBBIXS & GRAIIVU Co.

truly love one another and join hands For Kent. .
through Christian Endeavor: In work for : -- - Fine

the Master If you are at Sebastian on I... K. Ml'NN. rr.t. 8. O. 'ANLANDDiQ"-, gee. Trove. Groceries.
a Sunday evening, you will be welcome I Waverly stock farm, 420 acres, three'
at their meeting. Fort Tierce, too, will ; miles from Tallahassee. Good house, PHOENIX MILLS LUMBER CO., Fruits and Florida all Hi
Vegetables. & of
extend a C. K. greeting to all those who fences, etc. I Western Meats
are like-mlndod. I II. V. R. SCUBADIR, TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

Waveland and White City would gladly Tallahassee, Fla. I Incorporated October. l$ to R. Bassos Co. CROCKERY, GLASS AND TIXWARE.f -

welcome the helpfulness your presence, Lath. Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber
and words would bring them, and return I =: Agents for Williams\ &: Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited
the gift In kind. Pineapple Slips ami Sucker Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched
Much work that Is done In large towns I lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads. and coven and cypress tanks of all sites Very Truly, 3Dvu on, tt> Foastor

and cities caunot be taken up here, but I Write for prices on s. I. Cayenne, I made. called for. All KLQdS Of MOflldl S, Turned and Scroll Work a -- ----=
Endeavor is only another word for work Abbaka, Jamaica Ulpley and Queen slips
and Christian Endeavorert in Drevard'' and suckers to ; Specialty{ ) One of our firm Is a contractor and builder of many years' experience, RICHARD W. GOODS JAMES T IIOG0.

county will take up the work that lies I E. C. B. TTXDAtt, so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the construction talons**
nearest them; lessening the evil) In each I Waveland, Fla. ,and building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms and In Notary Public ft
the most satisfactory manner. Call and see as before purchasing elsewhere.

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