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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: April 5, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS, KCJMI This Coluniii Carefully -Afrit Fool"*Day caused some amuse- -Miss Ida R. Bates started. her private Wnntr tutl"xchange Tho NtH 1'rwecss'
meat for our young folks In Titus viH'*. school on Mon Jhy! morailt* and she. had
liul Topics of General Interest. .y" Advertisements on this (first) quite a goodly number .( scholar.
-Dr. James and family have moved A Fit acre farmTV( Hamilton (county A gooif linker,
peg. are ten cents line week and
per per into the Wesson -In lets for an ,rango' Address. A record breaker,
are continued from week to week unless cottage, west oil the our neat'lsune me win have something ? prove.
soc .ty and General Gossip In connection otherwise ordered. Reading notices on ABVOCATB bkwk. to say. upettiMn. TVw. H. Handbury's I"''W*t W. I* TirvtAS ValdonU, Oiu. A home maker, I '*

with Indian River and Lake Worth sections any page but the first, are five cents per -Do not forget the literary IInt\.1-. report upon Canaveral harbor 'TIs iMich"Xew a "takervThe I' + I IA

daring put week. Brief mention of line each Insertion. cal entertainment at the Opera. Douse -Mr. Fred, H' Tlli\'l\( ,.. has leaned the Ii Kntcntuitiiiiritt.The For sale light away rorcMf,;

Interesting Event from Various Tarts tomorrow night. Indian River hotel,.TUarftville, to Mewrv Jt '
I By toy Day, ,
of the World I About People You Know TUB EAGLE CIOTIII\O STORE, In the Duren &! Ft stor .of tlUa place for one< t
> riMisvllle Fla. '
People You Don*.**Know Pickedup ADVOCATE block, Titusville, are the -Mrs. Jaudon Browne, of Jtwksonville ,I Indies of: St. nbilei's. Oulldl will i
and Our Society Editor.4UM1153. leading clothiers on the East Coast of ', ,.spent. several days at The (fcrmom! year. live a musicnloi. semi literary f ntoi* ln- Buy It, .
by Florida. Give them a tilal. this week. -Col. A, DrRrtunM, who has bow ascot at the Open house. TltusvlUk. tomorrow Try It,
pending. the wihrm at Ins ))1.at If' (Sntiinrfty" ). at 8 I', m.. The Ami you wont J"ny U. t
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r. E. M. Burr, <(4< Canaveral -
manager Dora, has JIIhl1rneel to his summer. homo admission, will. \ tx :23 rents The publicIs
NEw Club cloned the premise on Monday -
spring goods arriving dally at th In Jamaica: ,X. Y. cordially Invited.TliolVnk.
Eagle Clothing Store, Titusville, fla. : and kit for his home' at Vedlmm, lift of *100. t i
:Mass -A Rtsnin, laumlrr will ('ommt'aoltrnnnlnjt

WHERE to stop.. See list of hotels en -:Mr. S. II. Peck proprietor of the near' tbw fibre factory, Titus- I Sister "'I J

our 4th and 7th pages. Plaza, U.tt'kletlle11\ open hUfine hotelthe yule, on Monday, tinder the man,.,- Mr. and Mis.V.. H. Houston and 'jUr. 1

Arlington-at Petoskey. Mich., In ment of W.{; V. Philip The Ladle Guild of the Episcopal: nd Mrs n!law \\oIHlward-thelr:

TilE nobbiest children'. and boys' units June. -Mu IQIl U. W. Merrill of the b>yalolnclann (church will give an nt\'tal.ml'llt, as daughter and son-kn-Uw ri>sp I ,><.lively- I' \ :

at the >I agle Clothing :Store ,. who has been spending. aCOli above, on Ulster. It is lender of Clwsnut Hill, Philadelphia, who tiiive J
-The Rev. J. T. and l'fnn.laJ' :
Huntington: son pIe .tdl\y Bay hottt and the ninnngemeiit of T. Reynolds, Ix-oivon a tour of several weeks In theirprivste
Harry spent a couple of Uys at their returned\
DEED blanks lOc. each 3.00 100 at ; Hotel t'miioiul, home on MUiiir- and we understand there will be lots of cur, are now stopping st The I I
; per ; I winter home at Lyrata eye leaving for I
the ADVOCATE office. day. fun at this. entertainment. Orotund', enjoying the bvautlv of thatihnrmlng t
the north. place )II. Houston. Is a d I ret-, I
-Ytv and. Vn.: J. It. Moolcnn.io, Mrs.. I lot of the Killioud aD.IIII I 1
lYnitsylvnnla ,
wholesale
Messrs. Gallagher &
: Hutley, -
STOP at the City Briber white
Shop- J. K. Ingralhtm and Miss Markham, UhC.tlnunll't' Train t
sitid to bu KcntWnwui of .
barbers. Razors honed.A helm dealers., of Cocoa have dissolved a sterling nunll- I i
; passed through here iiitt
Saturday on
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partnership. Mr. Hartley has sold l out ties A dickey bird whl 11'1'tl to the

BIO shipment. of boys' clothing; jl1s'received to Mr. Gallagher.Mr. DeHll.their way to the Royal l'oincians. Pitlmfietzinger We are requested. by Ocn'l. 1'11..11.Al'l'nt ADVOCATE that Mr. IIoustiMi, wan so
anxious to set the debt denied oil tho
Joe Richardson to that
at the Eagle Clothing Store. Henry Anthony who has been. & Fischer of the Indian trains 231: and 74, on the announce Flnglvr Railway Drniond Kptsc >(>H,1 rliurch. that ho !pnve I I j I

I Foil first class shoemaking and repairing don on his has place been at Ucor lana for several sometime River[ Bottling Works, Titnuvtlle, are wIll be discontinued after h -,hy f 101 towuids U* extinction a few days
past, spending
I call on J. A. Daughtrv at Mr. Xolle's days in town this week. iiuhng out that the l best giNxlit pay the (Friday),. ago I
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eLnROU6n iw' t. Their trade Is increasing HonderfuHy. -
old stand Titusville Fla. ----
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TI1INDIAN .. -Mr. A. S. Lee, of Hotel Indian River, A Sturm at MellMiiirne. I \

RIVERADVOCATE JULIUS KI.INF'S store Is well stocked. Rockleljtetill manage the Rockledge Contractor F. W. Beer U to build a Notice tO PrtHMIIIlMOMN. \ I

with spring goods. Call and see hotel, Popham Beach, Me., this summer. residence. for Station Agent C. H. Brnd- ; !
The former hotel Is closed. There 'Illl IKS called communicationof from Melbourne
them. now w a A gentleman writing ,
ley at West Palm head lIe will also
-Mr. J. C. Salter, secretary to Mr. Ii.M make various alterations to the steamer. Indian River Lodge, F. and A. M., at on Wrdnvsdny, says: "The storm yesterday I

To LET, a fine brick store. in the ADVOCATE : Flagler, who accompained) mother Sweeney, now on Lake Worth. their hall this (Friday) night! at 7.10 was accompanied! by what we In
o'clock work and Instruction Allml"mbl'l'l call mildIn \ ;
block Titusville.\ Excellent location for the west a cyclone, although
far St. her to
as as Augustine on
way -Mr. C. G. Boniface, who has been are specially requested. to be Its diameter. Its width wn not over
When the breeze dies out take to the once. Apply Possession to Robbins may &be Grahamor had at New York, returned to Palm Beach on spending the winter at the Royal Poin- >resent.Qrand. ten rod coming In from the west, and '

oars. When business languishes push C. II. Walton ADVOCATE office Monday. clana as room clock, stopped off at Or- ---- soemod only occasionally' to come to the i 1
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it The best advertising does not con- Titusville. -:Mr. and Mrs Courtl.ind Buckman mond from Saturday until Monday, on to Lnkn Worth. ;;ionnd, snapping t>IT a few pine trees
sist of wind alone. It has strength and and Mrs. Berne were guests of the Or- his way to Xew York xllflllon from[ M to 23: fed above the ground. It tstruck '
It will propel craft into mond and Mr. and Mlsmer's. bouse "
power. your on Saturday Sunday. two-story carrying t
MONEY. We want to loan ou first Major St. Clair Abrams bus been lu
the harbor of prosperity against adverse real estate mortgages.money Ten percent Mrs. Duck man afterwards left for DayIona. town tills week discussing the exchangeof An excursion,\ train will leave Jacksonville It mitt lu foundation and leaving It
tides and over dangerous shoals.-Wl- \ for West Palm Bench, over theFlagler standing; badly wrecked, leaning to the
free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden property between D. S. Hutrhinsuo
nona (Minn.) Herald. Railway, to-morrow, Saturday, Mtst. The next house In Its course was
& Sanders, Titusville and West Palm -Tax Collector Hall closed the tax and lied F. Taylor, over which, it Is
morning at 0) a. in. Ormun.I 12lO:: in. the thl'l..tur hotel rtvtnlly IIUt'IIIII.
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Beach, Florida.A books In Titusville on Tuesday and left stated, he Is anything but pleased.Mr. .
1)aytoda,12a1: p. m.; New Smyrna, 1:12 by Mr. Cnmplx'll' now called the Bellevuo. : -
CJ The ADVOCATE may be had at for his home at Shaipes: where we presume and Mrs. J. O. Walton and p. m.Titusville; \ 2:1.1: : p, in. and all\ Inter This: building: It did not take from i
stock of shoes hand at still for
BIO now he will receive
Dr iscreven's drug store and Mrs Emma on money Master Claude left here, Saturday last, mediate stations. Fare for the rouud its foundation but aimed It to lean
Julius Kline's Titusville. for
Eaton's news stand, So. per copy. cash. Cheap taxes. for Eau Gallic. On Tuesday they started trip (0. Return on Monday considerably out of the perpendicular,

Messrs. Robbins & Graham left here for the Royal Poinciana, Palm lleach. I' breaking! the chimneys and windows, z

-The ADVOCATE don't cost you three for Sanford on Friday last, to representContractor They are expected home to-morrow. and overthrowing the out buildings
cents per week, postage Included, when XOTICE. Laundry Xo. 1, on Washington I J. D. Matlennan In the case Tho American IiiMtltutc of l1ln.Ing generally. Tho only damage done after

taken by the year.Strawberriel avenue, is now open. All washing of Hardce vs. Maclennan, which was argued Archdeacon I). F. Brown will hold nJClneerli. nroNsing the railroad truck was the
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sent there will be got up In good before Judge Forster. divine service In St. Gabriel's Episcopal breaking of n tree and throwing It over
seem to be fairly plen- shape, and work guaranteed satisfac church ou Sunday next, the 7th Inst., at the telegraph wire"

tiful at present tory. Polishing a specialty. Family -We acknowledge receipt of pamphlets 11 a. m. aud 7:30 p. m. Holy Communion A special train, composed of five Pullman

Another article on Blscayne Bay washing at reduced rates. feb8-tf on "big-head" and "leeches or leeching will bo administered the morning cars and baggage car, with IK. min.lOll I

will be published in our next Issue. ," by Prof. A. W. Bitting, veterinary service. engineers and their wives and fam- Indian Itlver Hotel Property

WE now want money to loan on first surgeon at the State Agricultural Ex- (lies through here Monday night. llundi.
A little rain this week was hailed mortgages on real estate. Loans net periment Station, Lake City. -Mr. L. H. Blngham, the popular on heir way to the Royal l'ullll'lIUII'. HUM Changed ,
front clerk and )lr. I S. A. Cross, room '
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with delight by many of our residents. lenders ten per cent free of all expel -Miss Merrick, who has been stopping clerk of Hotel Ormond, still "hold theTort" They are on a pleasure trip through

Messrs. Seiser & Vining, Hotel Co- Kes. Interest paid semi-annually. at The Ormond with her parents at the above hotel; but we regretto the state, and left fur Otmond yesterday, This fine piece of property, situatedIn

quina, Ormond, have had their house Absolute safety. Robbing & GrahamCo. for some time post, Is winning golden learn Cashier S. D, Richardson has The party was accompanied by Mr. Jau the heart of Titusville, and which has

full nearly all the winter. ., Titusville, Fla. opinions from the guests by her lady- been quite ill for some time past. don Drowno, who had received Instruo been in dispute for some time past, I I.
the J. A. & I, R.
and tlons from ht. : railway
like characteristics genial manners. owned by Mr. Fred F. Taylor a
-Mr.. and Mrs. .S. II. Peck, of The -The Misses and Susie Dubose make It now
Do NOT fail to buy your hats, shoes and May company to all pleasant as pos- and resident Grand
Plaza, Rockledge, were in Titusville a clothing at Julius Kline's, Titusville. -The ADVOCATE returns thanks to after spending! the winter at Melbourne, for them while on the Fluglvr road. Tomorrow wealthy Mich.prominent Mr. i). S. HutchlnNon, of
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few hours on Saturday last. All cheap for cash.LADIFS' Messrs. Anderson & Price, proprietors left for Fernandina, where they spent a (Saturday) they leave for St. Trenton Rapids, X. J. having exchanged It for
,
of Hotel Ormond for courtesies of week their home to ,
.
many couple) on way Augustine.A '
Mr. who has been )Ir.
II. M. Flagler, propeitin Grand Rapids Taylor,
extended to its representative the end of Sewanne Tenn. where reside\ with
VATS Mrs J. Tome Reynoldswill they
spending a day or two in St. Augustine, who owns that well known and tine hotel
\ have an opening of trimmed hats last and first of this week. their father, Dr. Dubose, of the University -
returned to Palm Beach on Saturday Prominent riHlierninn. at Rockludge-The Plaza-will spend
lust Saturday, April 6th, from 10 a. m. to -We understand a road is being of the South.Senator several thousand dollar In making! considerable -

5 p. m. opened from Cocoa to City Point; also M S. Quay and daughter, improvements Inside and outside ,
-Mr. W. R. Sanders, of Courtenay, that the Magruder and Breeze families, who have been spending. some time at Ex-Congressman Daniel O'Reilly, of the Indian River hotel, so that when

representative of Brevard, left here on of Rockledge, have opened a three-quar their winter home at St. Lucle passed Brooklyn, X, Y., left for home on Mon our winter visitor arrive In Titusville
Friday: last for Tallahassee, to attend the -There was a meeting of the school day. He ha been spending a couple. of
South the
It
ter-mile drive at Rockledge. through here, Saturday last, en route to they will hardly recognize a* ;
legislature. board this week, but beyond the pay their home In Beaver, Pa. The senator weeks with hi* neighbor, Mr. Harvey same hotel A gentleman at Ormond, In 1
Or, ment of bills, we believe there was no Traveling Passenger Agent Jaudon Tomlinson, at the East Coast Line dining with ADVOCATE
-- W. S. Graham spent from Sat- told our representative that he wouldreturn conversation an : representative ,
few hours In Titusville
urday until Monday, at Palm Beach, business of importance transacted.Rev. Browne spent a for the trainof to Indian River this week station at Ormond. Mr. O'Kullly- whom on Monday, made the remark
Monday waiting special of
on had the meeting
the ADVOCATE pleasure -
with Mr. C. C. Chillingworth, of the law that "If the Indian River ha been purchased -
W. C. Barnes, of Melbourne, the American Institute of Mining at The Ormond on !Sjturday-.I.I a
and real Graham -Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Russell and Mr. of s
estate firm of Robbins, by Taylor, my city, your
.t the 7th Inst. at Cocoa at 10:30 a. m. that night. his at he Is said to may
Conn., who\ have been spending. several during stay Ormond will now have a good hotel and an Influx
Mr. and Mrs C. II. Plumb, who and at Merritt at 3:8O-p. m. -Miss M. II. Ransom, who has been weeks on the East Coast, left Hotel have caught the largest trout of the sea of winter visitors" We !believe Mr. t 1

have been spending the winter at their teaching school In Titusville; and Miss Ormond, this week, for St. Augustine, son ((51bl) from the Ormond bridge, and Taylor 11'11110118 very little time In startIng -
W. II. of Cocoa In
Kucltledge home, have returned to their -Mr. Hartley and ,office was Effie Merrill who has been doing likewiseat Ashevllle, X. C., and other places, and the heaviest drum fish ((4: 1bs.) at Ponce the Improvement he contemplate 1.
northern home at Mass. town Monday, gave our a I'ark. The who I I. a
Stockbridge, to reach home In June. Miss ex-congressman
Courtenay, left here Wednesday, for expect making.Mr. .
ten call. He Is in the
starting
the summer pleasant wholesale fish business on his own their home in Xashvllle, Tenn., much to Russell seems to make lot of friend leading lawyer In Brooklyn, I II a most T. ha also purchased the lot adjoining -

1 apt II. E. Sewall, of Sewall' account.Mr. the regret of their many friends on Indian wherever she goes, and the ADvocATE ardent admirer of the East Coast and Its the hotel on the north side, upon
1' was pleased to meet her many Inlets and rivers, and promise to be will erect building
+ 'ut. left here, Friday afternoon last, River. which probably a ** Wf IF '
en route to Tallahassee to attend the A. S. Thompson has made arrangements Davidson end down a large Brooklyn delegation suitable for a laundry, 11
Gen'l. Pass. and ;
Agent Ms
next season from amongst many acquaintance
epMature.: He stopped off at St. to start a club, by which .
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wife Miss Davidson and Miss A. Davidson of the
8anllurIow. *. The "pink. paper
Augustine for a short time to see his means the member can obtain a first-class '
Jacksonville arrived in Ormondon
of
them.
East Coast" will gladly welcome The Royal 1'olnclana Hotel.
sitter
Mrs. A. V. \VInans. lady' or gentleman's bicycle on pay- Saturday last, but owing to the loss
ment of ill week. Write him for Jas. T. Sanders of the law firm _
Mr.
per '
had
Mr. J. B. Robinson, of Oxford, Me., of their baggage they to return to
particulars at Titusville. of Gaulden A Sanders, was married to The Ormond.
1111 it of Vice-president J. R. Parrott, the metropolis the same day-without liut. The Royal Poinciana hotel, Palm
Miss Elva Barlow on Thursday
was m Titusville a short while on Satur- -Capt. I. Titus, who has been In witnessing the lance tournament on The wedding took place at the residence Beach, will close its door for the sea

daMr.. Robinson, who Is a wealthy charge of the Royal Poinciana sail and Ormond Beach of the bride' parent, East Church The Ormond, at Ormond-on-the-Hall- son next Monday morning after breakfast -

11'" iien. manufacturer, Is down here on naphtha boats this winter, left on Satur- -Mis* II. C. Clark and Mist, F. M. street, Urbana, 0., several of the bride fax, under the management of Messrs. The crowd had dwindled down to
I to. weeks' vacation. We were pleased day last, for Wilmington, X. C., for the Brooks, two popular young society relative being present Anderson & Price, holds its own. Ther. about 300 guest last Sunday but among

Cto meet Mr. Robinson. purpose of taking Mr. II. M. Flagler's ladle of Yew York who have been The happy couple-who will make their were 18J guest there on Sunday last, them were many prominent people, some t
to Yew York.Archdeacon several the Poln and one and all spoke In high term ol of whom have been located there w
at
The Rer. J. T. Huntington preached yacht spending days Royal home at, West Palm Beach-bav* the
u the Ormond church onno' ciana, Hotel Ormond and other place, best wishes of the ADVOCATK and their the very excellent table and the delightful month or more. The Polnciana I* can
Episcopal B. F. Brown, who has time they were having at this wfell- Mr H. ,
with and
tainly a favorite Mr. *
!lay morning last to will leave for home to-day. They am at friends for a long life of connubial
a large congre- been a couple of days on his many known hostelry, where the guests may most of
,
spending
gal,, n, Mr. Huntington and Harry present stopping at The Ormond, with bliss and prosperity. M. Flagler, for they have spent m
son ,
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at i,1 leave Jacksonville for New York orange grove at Longwood, returnedto which place they are delighted take their choice of the many beautiful the season with Manager Merrill. Mr. t
Wednesday evening His hammock and beach drive sailing or
hotel
** town on Flagler and party left the Monday
H"1 ay, after(Friday), en rout home to Hart- trees-like others-were very much -Mr. J. J.. J'acobl. of Wheeling, West .Pineapple lu IMooin. rowing, trip up the Tomoka, or bicycle morning at an early hour for a trip to p

.** rat week a very enjoyable visit of damaged by the late freeze. Va.. who has been on a fishing and ride along the! fine beach or marl road New River and Biscayne! Bay, to Inspect
They hope to come ear- hunting trip down Indian River, returned the concert
fit the work of the dredge and settle certain
t 'Indian River next year. -Mr. C. G. BIgelow of Albany, N. Y., her on Friday last Mr. J. M. During a trip down the river a few entertainments nndfd e.rNN: wonder detail In regard! to the canal

'It our last Issue we made a mistake and Mr. J. C. Crowley, of Springfield Latin, of New York accompanied him" day ago, a* we passed through the pine Ormond I la so'popular, resort Messrs.Anderson Mr. Chart B. Cory, of Boston, the

"' tame of the purchaser of the Indian Mass-both very wealthy and prominent They had a very enjoyable cruise and apple fields, we were surprised to notice Jt .rice nd Mr*. Price are ornithologist of national reputation, and

K Palmetto Fibre Mattress Co. It persons in their respective towns-are returned with pelican egg and other numerous plant looking well and In here there and everywhere trying to founder of Canaveral CUb, I* also aboutto

11 n h""e read F. P. English Instead cruising on Indian River with Capt. Ed. novelties Mr. Jacob I Is very much bloom. Of course It woa Impossible to add to the pleasure their guests; and leave the Royal Polgclana with hi*

'' English. It will hereafter be Quinby. The above gentlemen are guests pleased with the Indian River country, estimate the per centage from the ear that they succeed I I. a well known fact family for another trip to Biscayne! Bay.II .

k' 'II as the "Indian River Mattress of Capt. and Mrs. Ed. Quinby, Aurantla. and hope to come here again next windows as we were whirled along; but During the summer Messrs. Anderson recently secured a genuine crocodik i )

u Brush Co." Any person needing Ed. possesses one of the most beautiful winter. at one field, In the Eden neighborhood 4: Price manage the New Mount Pleasant of large dimensions panther, iwhich
sail boats on Indian River, and all bands the bloom was particularly noticeable, II. It I doa irsnnda '
es or mattresses would do well to -The U. 8. Postal Guide for March I hotel Whit Mountalni.X. h* has had mounted, {
r' heIr ad. on our 4th page. anticipate an enjoyable time on the trip. give under the head of new potofflce and there must bav been fully 'M percent I fine large hotel containing 180 room, Mr. Cory I* an ardent sportsman and I*

havetaken established In Florida that of of this particular field In bloom. I and command a magnificent view of tin delighted with the country south of
which Sarno In
'Irs. Reynold and her _The social tea was to
charmingiter and freedom fromfrost
seasonable rain
With should
lurruundlngoountry. Our reader* Lake Worth. U I II expected back'
of Mrs. Brevard and of Nathan Discard t
residence
at the county, ,
Mis Alice who hav been place
winter believe that most I
we
next bear this In mind. This hotel will open the Royal Polnciana to-dar, and will
I ling several day it the Royal Jas. Pritchard on Tuesday afternoon county If any of our reader will tell of the pineapple fields will be In a* Rood
In July. return north and sail for EuropeIn
until the next where the last oamed'poetolfa I I. shortly
day owing us
lana, Palm Beach The Plaza, was posponed condition by the spring of ItfM a* they
r. --edge. and The Ormond to the unpropitious state of the weather. situated we will esteem It a favor We the near future.
Ormond the frees
k' whiled be well the were before CALL and Inspect the nobby styles The concert at the Royal Poinciana o*
:; >r the yltela hotel. Fort Monroe, Vocal and Instrumental music like to fairly posted on geography new.
V"n Tuesday much to the of the time pleasantly; and those of our own county, and profess that of spring and summer clothing, straw Sunday night wa superb. One of thai
regret away
' ,. have Idea whether Nathan Clothing Store recelvtnj bat and negligee) shirt All our selections-Nocturne-was composed 1mwMr.
r many friend Miss Alice II quite present did full justice to the oysters w* no postofflce Tax Eagle are
a fuaelaa-both vocally and Instru- tea, Ice cream and cake. The event was I* at the head of the river or their new spring clothing, straw bat good are made up In the very latest Albert W. Robert of Palm Beach.

m'.1t&Ur-and she u quite an acquisition for the benefit of the Episcopal church, somewhere out In the White City neigh underwear, eta. and are marking all design Eagle Clothing Store Titus This piece wa received with marked

a ) ,1.1ta., and the taking amounted to 19.WX borhood. goods to suit the hard time "me. Fla applause.




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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE APRIL 5, 1895.

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IIISCAYM2! JlA Y. GRANDMOTHER'S DOLLARS. I Clyde Steamship Co.

What Her panni Editor Groom, of the Industrial laterwl From Them.

American, (exlngton/Ky..,) coplesthe A woman recently died in a neighborIng I
article of Col. John A. MacDonald,
town, and lbei which In the ADVOCATE
recently Appeared
and bur cynical husband the left .. few
and makes the following complimentary
niment: relatives and (60 in gold with other' I

";"fb.,laduatrlal American takes great things. The woman WM over OS when I I

pleasure placing before'its readeis an she died, and be $80 included herw.d-

article IM Umcayne Day fmrn the pen of ding present Like many persons 'in Y+

that eminent authority, 'Gol. John A those days, abe held fast to the shining l+ := vet ..
+ s
Maci) ordld. The Iliacayae'Uar country eagle and had had then for nearly 77 I IJears.

down among the tioutliern Keys soul When she died, of coarse the ..- W
coral reefs of the -pciiinula of Florida
birds were distributed among the heirs.
lea with facts and
subject replete
fancy, iln Its wondrous beauty theIdealist The cynical husband, who WM married ,wf New York Charleston and Florida Lines
/ u
ilnda the fulfillment nf his I to the old lady'ifavorite granddaughter, ,

I & 2Jr. 2/ dream*. In Its cnmUoatlon.tt climate, mused upon the (80 in gold and ittip

: oil, a.*l umiucatloiMMt future potmibill- peel his thought of all sentiment as'be THEWOMAIfWITO WORKS, The magnificent Steamships of this Line
t ties, tins practical mind reveU'tn a limitless speculated in his mind what might have and is tired will find special helpin are ap.
1.. ChfurrontLeonard. range of rich remunerative results ,been. tie is not-gnite through figuring Pierce', Favorite pointed to sail as follows :
Dr. Prescription.
Uo. with .e' l'eto check or hOi\\YA'. to dim yet, and his constant query is, if grand. harmless in Calling at Charleston, S. C Both Ways.
the vista of his n |>irations. Perfectly any
mother had only put that |80 in the
"T *cll the of the advantages condition of the female It (STAXDARDTIMC.I:
In Agony story bank WOOD she firstgot it, what a olntch I system From New York, From .'..rk''I\II1.to
of the stay country would at any time be of golden eagles we would have now! promotes all the natural functions!, (rler:III.E. R.) STEAMER Clurle.l0na11'ennnllay ." I..,
"
II pleasing task; few, however, tionseM I and builds strengthens regulatesand J\t..r. 21. at 3.00 ft m.. ....l'lnnOKF.E.: ... Tneaday. Apt .
Be Binned 'this he ,
on' up
the versatile eIt'lerll] 15 Years With Salt Rheum I 'nch writers as Walter Graham, cold mornings to go to work, and his cures. For women: npnroachinp AIr.I.: .t 3.110 I' m .11.)11"11.10 .. IIIlIhl", ; I

of the) iaIIAYtH/Tgll ADVOCATR, and I favorite topic of thought was suggested confinement, nursing mothers, and 4'riday:: ,. :: e 5: :g::: p p m m ..(WS: t .. Thuralay Punchy, :: U : :u11au.kty

Hood's Sarsaparilla Cave a Perfect C'oL .AJacDotiald to give the charm of as he jingled nickel and a bunch of I every weak. run-down, delicate wo- wedneedsy, ; ". 111. at 3.IN'I' m .... A\IO'ltll'IX.: Tuealay. isFNdav

Cure. poetry and romance to tliclr portrayal of keys looking for his car fare. Then heI I man, it is an invigorating, supporting Tuesday, :: ;: :: 3.00 sin:: p p to m :.SEMiM IRtsll'UIe'I E.: : .:. Sandal Thursday, :: ,n .

"C. I.Hood &co", Lowell Mim.i our North American tropics begun to figure that money at 6 per cent tonic that's peculiarly adapted Friday, : :: II 3.1(5 m. .('IIEiulKLE ".Thursday' :: : I I
"Howl's Harsaparllla It an rxi-etter.t medicine. "Having met and known Me. George double in about 11 and he lost I I Alonday 'J: : 31st: r. vet ALGUNQI'IS:: $nndav, ; :i
I had eczema In my left leg fur Afteen )'earl. I. MaoDonald, the son of Col. MacDonald years, I to their needs. we.lnes.lsy 24. at 300 p m.. .... S1MISu1.: \ }:.... Tuesday 11(1 '.' "
sleep as he thought how many times 111, But it's than that too. It'sthe 'rlrl.y, :26. .t 3.011 II hl .. 1H41'01. Th......"" May nTuesday .
.
Part of the time my leg a* one DIM of I..ahl. l, It added to air gratification In more 30. at auto CItERUKLE ...lun..ay.. ",,
and about' every Hrrk riirriiitl| : n miM Rather reeling and cprnducing( I In magazine years went lntr 77 years. When tht i only guaranteed remedy for all 1'11I ,
uudef the skin and the icab w oukl ilougu off. cynical husband finally referred the ,i
the article on ISIscayne Hay, which appear the functional disturbances
The Itching and Burning on pages 8 and 0." question of his losses to a bank man, he disorders and chronic weaknessesof painful! Philadelphia and Jacksonville Linos.
sensxtloa made me under Indctc'rlbablo! agonlef. learned that in JO years the (80 in gold ,
I deal of fur different would have womanhood. In "female com Weekly service. lietween Jacksonville and Phlla'lelphla calling at Charleston 'e Ifs
rem- amounted to
ipentacreat nioury ....,- BLACK.DRAUGHT I.. rutu Con.tiptlon.Among (1,473.60 fast freight Steamship"Oneida" and "Wlnyah" are appointed to sail as follows
edict but did not let: rellrf. Abort a year ago, Without figuring any farther on the of every kind, periodical
*.<-lHh* advlted me to take hind's8arwpartUa. internal FKOMPini.AnLi.iMHA. STEAMSHIP. FRoM JArK-"'.rid, ,
sensations
down
1 did. so awl liave.taken Are bo,,. problem the bank man said he would pains, bcaring- Saturday, March :SOth. .. . . ONEIDA . . . . Friday, //Vprl' \a

rftnnly.. Old New'6nglaodevs. easily consider :that fl 0,000 was lost by inflammation, and kindrod Saturday, April Cth . . . .WI YAII. . . . Friday AI'Ii11: i.tk

Hood's'Spril1':; Cures Conuecticnt'i Iturdled old men saving the (89. ailments, if it ever fails to bene Saturday, April 13th . .. . OXK10A. . . ... Friday, April tub

Is Horace Staple!, aged over 90, who it It is not an nnnenal thing in'some of fit or cure, you nave your money Saturday, April 20th. . . WINYAII . . . Friday \pnl lGb:
ties. Sow all the sores, scabs and 'pain have yet in active service as president of the the old banks to have an account doubled back. Saturday, April 27th . . ONEIDA . ... . . Friday M.i\) I.n
vanished and,il.am enjoying perfect health. I : First National bank In Weetport. Last many times over and over again. O I Something else that! pays 'the
think Hood's Rarnanarllln l I. seeoi M" none and ,
gladly rn-nmnieml it to all nutlc ring humanity." week be .wa re-ejected president of the day lt week in the Worcester county : dealer better, may be offered as St. Johns Hirer Line.For
M. L.; CilKL'VKo.NT; : Leonard, Mlsnouri._ institution for the forty-ieoond conseon- institution for savings an account w,.- "iiiHt as good.." Perhaps it ill for .
tiro time. It is. doubtful whether there reckoned at 1314.03 which original!)
act and
Hood's Pills easily yet promptly I him, but it can't be, for you.
eftlcwullY.uU; II.. liver\ aud bowels. Jtla is an older bank,president in New Eng was but (I0.6S. Nothing ban ever been Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points on |
land than M": Staples.. Another tnrdr added to or taken from the bank accoun :
old gentleman is Qplonel George Hurl- and it was left to accumulate. It took -- -- the St. Johns River.

MICIKTIKB: .;1'C. 'I'IMasons burt of Roxbury, now in his eighty-fifth about 50 years for the original sum I.> Wily Reynard. The Elegant Iron tide-Wheel Steamerll"eXery

rear. The othel day be was out with gather all that mom. There was another .Those familiar with the "Fables of

free and tome of ithe neighborhood boys coasting instance iu the same bank where .JCttop" will remember the reputation OUT J.A.e SON'VJLLE,"
I
down hill on double ripper and enjoy thirty-one times the original sum wa ;! which Reynard bears among the rest of CAl'T. 1V. A. SHAW.CAPT. ,

Accepted lug the sport quite as well as the'yoangiters. paid to a depositor. No one won the animals. It is questionable whether

.-Do ton Ilerald. dens that somebody discovered and said any wild creature can compete with the "FB.ED' DcB.A.B..Y,"

1 that money makes money.-..WorcesterMas fox In craftiness. To look at him generally T. "'. LU2fI, Jit.

hllllan 04 T.tllllvl11e A'.TaFI<
River \ }'Ia.LUtlge The little fellow had been told never BULWER'S ODDITIES. exhibits an amount of cleverness which dally except lIun..y.t. 9:00 a. m.
f No. tlO to strike balk.: He came in much the astonishes one. Should a fox catch a
so1'Ti' Rul'ND. MJUTH iioiMiit
worse for.an.encounter wholly peacefulon The Fight That II* Mad Against All hedgehog, whose spines effectually protect Read down. IlHEJJl'LE. I Prsd: :np, ;

his part '"Who have been fight algae of'Old Ag.. him from most of his enemies he Leave 3.10 ni Jacksonville. ':anon i
Holds of oath Its. III..UI.t uiimUi,the at the seoond Court anil lioum fnwrlh).,TltnsVllle Friday -. ing with" asked his mother you sternly. Bulwer's appearance was decidedly does not waste time, as a fox terrier, "" S ales 4A: p.p.a. m m.: ::::::::::::::::::::::::.......Talatka Astor. ..::::::::::::::::::::::::: Leave .,imp.lsl: ) ;

at7::1411'. ill.J.Miroir.i. "Nobody,"he-smiled serenely "That what is generally understood by "aria- will do, in endeavoring to worry his .. 4.311.. m .......... ........ .......St. Francis............. .......... .... 1.:111.: e I
.. S.It.7tAYSee w. h.KMUHTfe little wee fellow's been fighting at me.And tocratlo." or what the Frendh call "dis prey. Ha merely roll him to the near aim a. ni.M ........ .... .... ..... .. Kerenfonl.... .... ........... .... .... 12.f1l1 naa
eat a. m. slat
if you.hndii't told me not to strike tingue." Tall, dim, with finely ont fea- est water, knowing that a drop or two Arrive 8.30 a. m.9M ::::::::::::::: ::::::::.lOnePldngs.Kanford ..:::::::::::::::::::::::::: :: 'Pro, n' :

OF PYTHIAS. bock he'd have been littler'n ever when tures, prominent among which was a will cause the animal to relax his hold. : a. m...... ...... .... ... .... ....Enterprise.. .. ........ .... .... .. .... "list .1 '"

BemlMle lodge As' 111. holds 1 its meeting' at I was lone .Say, mamma, ain't it right long aquiline nose, with an abundant It is a rare thing to catch one in a General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.M. .
to fight when inch little fellow of brown hair and a full laid at the door of his "earth"
wee curly trap
the Court: IIOIIM, lt'e trot four ThurmbQ.even- u crop H.CLYDR A.T. M.. F. Ai.laoraosnra,JR.,}'la.l'aM'.Apt.
Ing of,,,,'I! month,.&*oYlm. |>.in. ; hits mef"-Doston'iTranscriptKo : beard the first impression he produced even. If he is inside when the trap is Howling: Green,isew York. 88 West Hay 8t.,Jacksont lilt HiJ.NO.

8. U. GUKinn C. I- hoses, aided by a careful toilet, was one of tot, he waits until some other animal THEO.O. Eiior.B T. M., : L. HOWARD, Fla. Fr't Agt.,
C. C. K. of a..& 8. -Doubt of It. ease and elegance. At a dinner table, springs it and then emerges to eat the 5 Howling Green,New York. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville ria

Smith-I awe where a Rhode Island where he liked t apeak, and, if possible victim and the bait Only when driven A. J COLE General. Passenger Agent, J. A. LESLIE: Superintendent,

INDIAN HIVIt: firAHim. man has IolC OI.tullr experimented with to speak alone, he! was certainly by the terrible pangs of hunger will he a howling Green New York. Foot Hogan St..Jaclu,n\Ill) ,,CS

Drill at the Araiury.. ..iver county Jalt,... ) an airship. What do you think of.It? useful as well as ornamental, -with hi. tempt fate in his own person. Most animate I). I). C. MIKK G. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue, 1'hiladelj bla.
Tuesday earning. tin Urn month, at*o'eturk. Jones-Rhode Island, eh? Hum,well, large blue ribbon And star of the Orderof gorge themselves when they are '''!If. P. CLVDK & CO., General. Agents,

A.fl. ECA.rrsCapt4a. I call that flying in the face of Providouca the Bath. There was a certain nai fortunate enough to come across a superabundance IS So. Delaware AT.,Philadelphia. a Bowline Green.New. Tori

-New York World. veto, strange u that word .may sound of food. Mot so with Reynard.

C1IUIIGMKI*. when applied to ao confirmed a man of Should he find a poultry yard well

One Route the world, in his vain and very'apparent stocked and ill protected he fills his

Jt:I sco PA L.GI 1 t'RC l 1. She-I notice that the Light,.. are struggle against the irresistible encroachments larders first Nor doe. he, as the provo Southern _

krvlrea the lot and Jid: Sunday U eMd\ becoming prominent in New York society. of age. He did not give in erb says, "put all his eggs in one basket rL _

month at II a. in.anil I:.'u. m. Humlay tod>..1 Where did they come from with that philosophical resignation He puts one fowl in a hedge,

rery( p. n,Bun4Yata.iu. OBVedn >da|)i.*..:ilntaiiy. n service 1: '= :; He-From New York\vi Loudon.- which might have been expected of one hides another in a bush, places a thirdIn ')J\

Friday at I*a. .... ,I Harlem Life. *o clever and in some respects so wise. a hole in a tree, rapidly digs cavityfor Railway.
Rev II..F. 11ROWN Itsetr.YaUtttVTEItlk 1 ; 'He fought against it tooth and nail a fourth and covers it up again, remembering

She Wr au/Art. lord Lytton's hair seemed dyed, and in each case where his stores
; ..C4U'RCH.Bervlc his face looked as if art bad been called are concealed. And when his supplies ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST AND QUICKEST ROUTE

*every 8abbnthatIIalit.,anil T u"Mun.Babbathrlwolat .r it A in Paris sufficient in his
'hrUtlan kmtea- in to rejuvenate quack are own estimation he
II:.in a. m., *
vor MtliiK at S..MI p. m., prayer ineetlnic.Wedne. art had pretended to core faisjpowlng deafness takes a fine fat chicken or duck to his THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
lay at 7rn'.. o. Ml' ere rordlallv Invluid i : a constant source oJ legitimate "earth" for present enjoyment
to attend. llkv.N.. 'I.KALK' 1'astor.
.- .. -. grief to him. He was radiant one autumn COMPARTMENT CARS, DINING CARS,
MKT1IOI)14T Clll'ltCII. on his return to town because he Looking Backward.
thought he was cured but not for long. The superstition of the ill luck of THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.
Herrlrra at Tltiisvllla every first, second and
third Aalibath attla. III. slut 7 >. in.; HnndavsihiMil The'copious use of snuff wait -no doubt looking backward or returning is avery
at HI..e.....'" a.in.every Humlay; K|>wnrtb part of the attempted cure, of which ancient.one, originating doubtless

T League o'cIrk at every 31. m Thursday.*urrry Hnnday ntitlil.; 'rue Yraler public invetlnic: are I the >most palpable results were large from Lot's wife, who "looked back WITHOUT CHANGE TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

cordially Invited to attend our seas*. ; r dark red or blue pocket handkerchiefs!, from behind ihim" when he was led by

R. W. LAWIam. 1'astor.aJ'HIWT t quite out of harmony with his .otherwise an angel outside the doomed city of the

- I elegant toilet His expressions: of plain. In Roberts' "Oriental Illustra\ 'N'orh and 1'1sast. North sand 'VV'e.t.

CHVKCH. regret at his impaired digestive organs tions" it is stated to be "considered exceedingly .
AU TRAINS DAMP ;.. ..;:;. .!'rw.a6v.
I'reai'hlnit: every flrst second .nI'I.nrtb Pan had ludicrous about It. He unfortunate in Hindooetan ALL TRAINS DAILY 'ts.r..u
something
""... Prayer Meetings every. Tumdwv. evening. LI.I.a"I..- Ion.. ...... ....-'
at'T o'l-lot'k.: : Mug rlrrti every Krtilav evening wouldpofutwith sigh to a ro.ycheek- men or women :to look bock when they JaekaonviUe. F.e.AHt'.... II 00.01 120 --;;;
at IiiYliN k. Sashay aVIiiMil every Sunday at leave a..rea, .. pm Ly.laeboDYIUe... F.C.A PH .20 pm ,
their house.
ed American apple and "To think Accordingly, if a .. 1 20 145
cay "
.. pm "
10.. III. All are...,.UII'" Invll.,1 to."'n.l. Savannah pm xver.tt, Soutbara.. 142 pm 1041"11II'
a. A. UIIIII_. t..t..r. that there are people who can eat that!" man goes out and leaves something behind : Southern::. 101 pm 10 : r. Hares, : 1 t7 t pmr.
g 19Dpm I ::::
One,of his physical infirmities-his him which his wife knows he will 0' lI''hln: : ? .... 110. pm : ll.DI am Cbatysooga AWily. It :. 9 412 J2 am smpa.

CATaWUCVIirttril.Hervlre Chlmruer-Say, Maggie, yoa're a dcafues*-proved a bar to his ambition.Ha want, she does not call him to turn or : ". m0nPbliadelphia.n Peun: LR :::: 1100 9 4s. am am 1125 e-'Inolnn.U. Q. A C.__.. T 70 pm ..... ..-
at 10 a. m.every.. Hiindav, hi hall overlmdlasItlverRtat.4yuk wonder vift'hen it cornea cooking. You i was sorely disappointed whea Lord look back, but take or sends it after .. -.. 1 1& 100 pm sin (r. Birmingham 8outbpm. n 01 a'n .
Cllldrou'sceeehiamatip.m. him in him and if Kw York. _.. 143 pm a 20 &Ill H ilL Lout. C.iro8b. Use 7 20.01 .....pAra
onghtontttrr! be waston yer aoootnpliih- Keaoonsfield! ,instead of including some great emergency obliges I

.. .J. F. O'noYH.Kertor.: meat .here fee the way you 'kin cook Ibis last cabinet, "kicked him .p stairs" him to look back lie will not then proceed AahevlUe Soutb......_... ... w........ "i2 W;':;. A,:. Y.nw Yemphl t lf CoM M. t a.: 10 3 :: c: ... :::
fanofditboa like liver andiaooaviaa I Into thej bouse of lords!, piindpall/- on the business he was about to

Y.. 1\1. C. A. pertsot.droaw.-Tratb. I I'U.'t cause he could, not follow the debate.RudoIphtLehman's .- 'an.aoc.Eloh e. For full Information
apply to
orT I regular Sunlbvsttevs.ee |prayer .meeting. "Rooolleetioes." any Agent of this treat Railway
tliaY M. C. A. will. IM lield etery ftuaday"T11II.WIV Energy: I. Hatter.It System, or It* connection.
aflpn.k.n. .t 4t'p, m.. at the J..yttlfllln rut it oft ,
church utll further ....tlce. Is estimated Professor Dolbear
I Ian. Bearet.Ols at Library I* a T w by W. A. TURK.. B.

The coHrty of a spring tttedioine\ Uunlventally The free m's of perhaps the bed and that a lump of coal weighing a pound : O.e.ral Pal. Aa.... A...BENSCOTER.-, g. ?. HARDWICK,
O.Bp. ...
atUiitted. ThIs \II lose best l bent appotatod library and reading has in it energy enough te lift its weight WAHINOTONO.C. "I."" AM't Gen'l Pas. "I.nt

time of the yew In wblt'h.0 purify the rooms in the-",bole northwest was preleDt.d. 1,000 miles high. He says that this energy KNOIVILU, TINN. ATLANTAGW. ,

blood, U.restore the lout appetite., slid with appropriate ceremonies, to is inherent In matter that every D.
A novel which IIM J.r v"'wd all kiU to build op the entire system .mt ithu ,the citizens. fthe town of Lead. 8. D., particle of matter is constantly exerting ALLEN,

of criticisms olul'll1tile past ell months,I body is ow peculiarly auauptfble. to ,on Christmas.Might by Mrs. Phoebe A. Its force on every other particle, aud Florida Passenger Agent,
The -
benefit tk-lne.
hat been lead and U ttlllfiopular. : rime nx peat popuUiity that cot prevented they will together
come
widely i/ -
very attaiud by Hood's 8an arj rllla, Hearst,widow of Senator Hearst of Cali 212 West Bay Street.
JACKSONVILLE
One of our readers asks what I and reading room no natter how far apart they
: owing, to lie :l'el\l'\e..lt and Ita i iaik- torn(. The llbcary March
the AUVOCATK thinks alwut tike UH>k. able aucveMi, ban atab1Uhed It a. 'the ocnpyChe third door of a new hall recently may be. 17th. tftfta.

It baa been pronounced Immoral \>y' very beat rnenttaiue w take In the .t..4ng. erected bythe Miners nnlou at a Waeeta Oa E'saft,.
It eurea scrofulft, .salt rheum, aaul all contain in addition
some of the beat critics awl, as i III usual Lend oust of (100,000 and Ia .speech ai Chicago in 1833 Lincoln -
hnrnors bili uan"Mui, dyspepsia,
well selected stack of literature, em- --- -
ia such raaeii, Its aale La (acrviueilrapUlly aebe sod liver complalnU Lea aid:

We have read tU* busk, and it darns,, and kldnys all ftffertU: caused or promoted I tracing the leading all of periodicals the paraphernaliaJteoeasary of Europe "My friend has said that I am a poor WE DELIVER ,
of the or IMpure And Ameriot hand to I will ."
touches very lightly on the shady aide ofTrllby'a by low state system now quota Scripture. 'ylt "i -rf
Uood. D<>u't put It off, but take -to play the-popular game again however. It is said in one of the
character-only enuuKh U> enable Hood's MaraaprilU aiow It will\ do you in vogue. Once a fortnight a free mulcal admonitions our Lord 'A. Father
the rtador to understand haw properly will be In the main your
recital given
Trilby U an Imnoaaihle {Mivon.'o good in heaven i. perfect be ye also w44J A Piano
Hearst having em-
Mrs. OrganAT
reading room. or
> one can go through the lire un- ---- -- librarianwith ezcptional perfect' The Saviour, I suppose did
cathed.: for. though the buru may Dot ployed a not expect any human creature scald be
.
r.4... B.EMCa TT. T. .J.0'11.1111. musical talent and sent with the fur-
be such aa to produce a horrible IU- perfect as the Father in heaven but he AT \'Ot'R NEAREST RAILROAD '
figuration the singeing/ effect' will\ be & CO. future a magnificent piuo for that par .said 'As your Father in heaven is perfect to approval after a trial 10 your own houllt'STATION, with complete outfit a
F. B. EVERETT Xo B
apparent The book will Interest, and POM.Chicago Tribune. be ye also perfect' He set tbat up asa thoroughly aatlillied. Our prices are II low u monel required until y"
any hou..lo the United State'
of Its
many the purest thoughta:paaa.ige-.are.bl pregnant aa make with men + FORT PIERCE, FLORIDA. + + MoUimr and Temper.ters.A standard and be who did most in terms are ao reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an Inltrument.

and women aahaiued of thviu>*lve when I cubic foot of air at .U tempera. reaching that standard attained the The Celebrated CONOVER. ,
they eutuinune with their eouaciencea Whuleaale and Retail PeaVwa in taro of aero(Fahrenheit oan contain I highest degree of moral perfection. So 1 The Renowned FISCHER. V PtANnc
U everybody does ovcaaionally. Hut ..ylu relation to the principle that all The Beautiful SCHUBERT. .
of grain of wader vapor; at
f a I
the story eouUl be told 1 just aa well In INDIAN RIVER only men are created equal let it be .. And KINGSBURY.
.I at
: U degree It can hold t.& trains;
ten pages U In the three or four hundred nearly reached u we can. If we cannot
which make up the book; and while it FISH OYSTERS TURTLE &: 6S it oa* contain Ole grains aDd at 88 give freeddm to every creature, let us do ORGANS0"' Ae"nt Farrand & Voter, CHICAGO COTTAGE
inoirtore lususpension.
6< of
18. grain
bold
la very readable, there are hundred of it can nothing that will impose slavery upon
other works by well known author 'I These figure go to show Brow and
"M Instruments
other vreatar Stoddard's TabU (11110' *
--------- any and Books. >
GAME. nine Write will lAy
bold at learnt u.
such u Uickena, Thackeray. Irving, that 1..IUDer.ir. can Talk. money, ; we
Fliers and other, which will prove fir time the quantity of dampness that air

more Interesting and elevating, and you Hotels and Dealers Supplied. can when redaoed to the temprraJare ofrree&1n6L TliotV.. 33. Cuinil>oll Co.

will buy get a .tauJvtlllork.far more for your Iu.t"money a4 vt Trilby if you : BRiSCH HOUSE: West Film Beat}!, Ha. LonU Republic Try stes-osu.twPyspept&. JACKSONVILLE e FLORIV.2 .\'













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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE APRI..S. 1805. 3 I



e gave OTuiet Received a Car= Load of =-_-:-:- -___ __




. oI? Sash, }$ Doors :}r and }$ Blinds o?


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kncl arc prepared to meet all Competition of either Jacksonville or Titnsvtlle. AVrite us :and see if we do not ell you the


'!ddHHht i Cheapest bill of Hardware Ii
yon Vcr bought. tHHH )i. *


We have now Mr C. P. Eacott In charge of our Tin and Iron Wort which is
Depirtmnt, a snfflcltnt guarantee that yon till get done what Jon want done. Write ns and sea::.


A'-V D2&V i

eSt 9 TITUS'iIILLE FLOR: DA. ,


Professional Cards. ness grow at our own fireside and i* Be
Dldnt catch On.
ap. not to be picked up iu strangers' housesIt PLANT SYSTEM.
.I.-J "May I-may I kiss those ruby Hpsf"
.
rea0. M' R6. IJfl. OBIBAM. Is by adding to good
: / our purposes "Sir! Do not think of such a thing
1tOBBISS A GRAHAM, and nourishing the affections which are for one momt'nU"

-... rightly placed that we shall best bo "Well I-I could hardly help asking. ------ -- --- --
+ I ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, --- able combat the bad ,
? to fnea. I bog your" O Through Trains: DD-ally O.

OFFICE noval*:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Among the instrumentalities of love "Don't you think Mr. Hoppy, that
and 2 to 4 p. m. PERSONAL GOSSIP.In and peace surely there can be no sweeter one moment' is op by this time?"- ..... Jacksonville and Sanford to Tampa and the West Coast,

n Tm SVIU.IE, Brevard Co., Florida. Santa Teresa Gallon Sardinia softer more effective voice than that York Recorder
I r.o K<.i, lew. of gentle peace breathing music. VIA. -
all the courts.-state and fed. there died the other day a peasant woman
\\1II1ractlc.ln
e epndal: facilities for examining and perfecting Magdalena Pisciottn, 111 years old. ODDS ANn ENDS. The Globe Gas Engine Co., FhiladJJghs! TX T TJ S V I H, 1 33 .

1 Undtltle*. Slaty grandchildren followed her to the The Three Great West Coast Hotels, owned and operated by the Plant System
Money to Loan. grave. Virginia contained a fifth of the population .

I I Denninon Wheelock leader of mnsio of the whole-country at the close .tt

prtd GEORGE: W. MORTON in the Carliflle Indian school and a of the last century.

Chippewa girl bOW at the same school Pilot balloons provided with self
NOTARY PUBLIC
celebrated Christmas day by getting regiaterinfr apparatus have been sent' toa

Unarwoixl" .' Canaveral, '. Florida. married. height of 30.000 feet'

i onveyaneing carefully executed. Captain Carl Gustavo flash, an officerof A United States court recently' decided H

the Swedish navy, was married to that the author of a painting
Deeds mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., Miss Pauline Bancroft daughter: of J. might sell\ It aud yet retain the copy

:cph't blanks on li:ind.M O. Bancroft, the ftnious historian at right.

' the First church, Bonton The largest nailmaklng machine in : 1 t it itI

r.9 r INOK S. JONES, The late Dr. Ucorgo E. Ellis enjoyed the United States is at Everett Wash. I 1 1I

all his life the old fashioned as well as It was made by a firm at Greeupoiut,

ATTOKNEYATLAW.TlTl'hVlLLE rather rare city luxury of burning in N. Y., and weighs U>, ton I.flttlomon' .

his fireplace wood from his own auccs

BREVARD CO., FLA tral acres in Dedham Mass T..mpl.. six horsfiioKpr, inarlnx weight TtO-lln: '. *|>arrrxiilrr

County Judge of Brevard County. George Washington was the victim "These stories about the beauty of the | bo taken with Maniif4i..*" nr tlic in.wt I"'rff'.t. lti-llnll
of merciless political attacks when he temple at Jerusalem must and itsmendtalIntorfor; IAUarhr, aril'arid.In ,
was president. General Gates once alluded I a grain of salt, said Dr 'SolomonSchindler the nurkrt :10'1: to start nuts ""UI.t".1| |
D L OAILDEX: J. T. SANDmn with little attention. al., .liulliliM "fI".h.
to him as that "dark designing, We must remember thai very. .
Notary '*roniiilfte and .tat lerwry meters.IIEN.L
AULDEX A SANDERS sordid, ambitions vain, proud, arrogantand at no time were there more than 60,000or 1V..itu\IE! .
\ vindictive knave. 60,000 people in Jerusalem and that .Pole Agent for lltv\ard nil
JATTORXEYSATLAW, Johns Hopkins, founder of Johns tbf'yU\'Clln small low roofinl huts and ('analogue. allII'rh....on spplleatten.THE HI Lurie.. r u t

will:: practice all the Courts of the Stateof Hopkins university was a Maryland had narrow streets and that their surrounding
I'lerida l :and the United States Court Quaker. He died a bachelor in 1873 at !* were anything bat beautiful
PO Box tae T1TLSVILLL rLA The temple was not larger than Mechanics' -
the ago of 79, leaving for the institution J. S. JOHNSON CO.
Honey to Loan. 18 hall nor more beautiful than the 1
He director of
3000000. was a
Park Street station but to people who w v'
the Baltimore and Ohio railroad.A. Manufacturers ? i f l
bad 'rarronndings as the Jews al D t
TOME REYNOLDS, 8. Ward of Eton college has been \'t ,t A ,
that time finch buildings would be things
J. elected to a scholarship at Bnliol. lIe of great beauty by comparison. We must NETTNG, FISHING TACKLE, Twines, Etc. "rtP'
9 ATTORNEYATLAW.Ilutchlnson is the only son of Mr and Mrs Hum I i
judge all things by comparisoll.DOlI'
phry Ward. The many readers of "Rob ton Herald. ): All KIMM (:- :

t Avenue, ert Elsmero" will recall tlio beautiful Nets and Seines Made to Order
descriptions of Oxford and Ballot in AD Original Hare .ar.
Titiisxitle Floildi.T I'litln and Fancy lulling Tackle, especially -
that book. "Were you ever in a race war, Uncle

The czar of Russia prcrclsas to be one Jim?" for Florida Trade

J DWELL TITUS, of the most popular mounrchs in En- "Only one time, suh Depot for Fishermen's Supplies

j l rope. lIe has completely won the St "Well how was it?" 1:11uuth Mart,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Petersburg populace by his lack of fear "Hit wits did way sub: I had do turkey .
gwino 'long en woe leI ca quiet ci vpltll"O! ;,; nn1tiIlHH'O. :1k1.VII. .
(I'ractlce In State and Federal courts Land in going about the streets of the capital t a ,
could lie but somehow' do dog got Wind -- -- - t
title a specialty. Attorney for Hoard of nnatttnded great contract to the ,
"'"nint\( Commissioners, and County SolicItor. manner of his father.EsCongressman of it, en me en him had de big road fin
r 'bout a mile, but we finally compcrmised L. DOUGLAS
V n Itoz M. TITCSVILLE, FLAn Rodney Wallace of .
Fitchburg, Mass, bas given to the town it. S3 SHOE ISTHCBCST.TIT .
"And how was that? FOB A KINO.CORDOVA .
of N. IL a library building
Riudge,: ,
FREEMAN IIALL, "Oh I dos give de dog de turkey en JO. NT, + 1
the In-
costing 5,000, adding $1,000,
.
britches,I''-Atlanta Constitu rsrscn aLKAMcLLta CALF.4$3s9FINtCAU&
a pa'r cr
A ATTORNEY -LAW, come to be expended in caring for the lion uaaata
building and laud, with f 500 more to .3.fUI POLlCE.3 s0LES.I .
Tin -\tLLt, ., FLOHIDV. be expended in the purchase of book Th. Cuttlefish I R I

Agency for Fire and Accident Incur Martin Gillen of Middletown, N. Y., The phosphorescent organs of a rare j ., CXTHA : [tc's. .

ant In the best and strongest companies bad his right leg taken off above the cuttlefish (hiiitioteathis) from deep water E2$1.7J1 BOYS'SCHDOLSHOE1

knee several years ago. lIe purchased a have born Investigated Jonbin. L.A.DIC3

cork leg and became so proficient in its It comprises what the author calls a t3.'2 JI'2.ft.-.ONGO lVl
use that few of bis acquaintances knewof mirror and an apparatus for producing srESfcO \.
Bits ( .
BAS DADE AUNTY.J
AYSE ;!
his injury lIe fell from a train re light The mirror is excited by heal ,... L DeO LCAit.
W. EWAN and the wheels the and this in turn starts the phosphorescence OCKTOH.MAaj.Over .
passed over rays
U. S. COMMISSIONER. cently One Million People wear the The Finest Fishing and Boating In the World.
cork at the ankle cutting it off. to action.-Philadelphia
Notary Public State at Large. leg 'Ledger. I W. L. Doug'as $3 & $4 ShoesAll Pleasant (parties l>olii|{ organized every liy Lung. or short till'''. Electric: j
THE FASHION PLATE. our hoes are equally satisfactory Naphtha: and\ Meant 1.IIUII..t'ell can be lelal"f'llm hotel 1 iniiniigeiiient. The Tlireo
Lands Selected; Conveyances made.rrcRpondence Nellie Jnoojnomnrt's' Second Marring. They five the best value for the money threat IloteU are under the |personal innniigriiiciit of Mr J. If. Ring Correstondtm .
< '> solicited. Address: Small full ostrich tips are used in The engagement II announced, or They equal custom shoes In style andIt.Thirw..ringqu.lltl.ssr.ensuep.sad.. i 'e Invited f.roil all who seek health, pleiume and comfort
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut drove, II. {V. UKKNV l'asstager'I'rsOlo
Manager.
Office Ewan's Landing. profusion by Virot and other celebrated rather whispered, of Mme. Andre and 1 he prices are uniformst.mp J en soil .
millinersThe The former From ll to $j saved over other makes.
de
Duke Montmoroucy
the J(your dealer cannot.uppl you we can.bold by
fur edged French toque, with its U known to the artlstlo world a* Nellie

I GEORGE w. ALLEN slightly oblong crown of velvet or felt, Jacqnemart She is a portrait painter CEO. B. RUMPH The florida (Central & peninsular Railroad .

is a very favorite head covering again of great talent and married 12 1eanago Tltusvllle, Florida.
I ATTORN ET-AT-LAW, this winter. M Edouard Andre, the wealthy
home in the Boulevard
banker whose
Key West, Florida. Some of the gray and fawn wools shades Hanssmann i II a veritable palace. In Short Lino 1 <*tfcu I'lorlclii ami all Northern .Point
this winter among silk warp ,

Will practice In the United State heavy bengalines, camel's hair fabrics, 1888 Mme. her Andre wonderful gave to collection a ('haritableinstitution of Everett, Savannah, Augusta Ca., Columbia, Washington Baltimore I

and State Courts. 9jun05 eta, are exceptionally beautiful jewels, valued at 200,000.. This gift In Philadelphia, New York Boston and the East.
A trimming very much in favor in '
in the fashion-
i was without precedent Everett, Macon Atlanta hattanoogii, \..mhvlllcLouisville, Cincinnati
Pairs for demidress skirt a narrow
L. WILLS able world. In 1893 M. Andre died, and
and I Llilcago.
,
DKB. braiding or puff of velvet three inches the widow ba hardly been seen out of Everett Dlrinlniflwiii Holly Sluing, Memphis, Little Itotk Kansas City, ht. i

wide at most placed at the extreme edgeof her studio in her magnificent borne PoorHealth Louis, C lilt ago Mom I'Ity.Xlver .

PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, the skirt Boulevard Hanismann. Junction 1'enwuoli: Mobil, New Oiluiinn Texas, Mexico California .1 1ty

TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. Fur is always fashionable. Like old The Duke de Montmorency II I the mil the Patltio Coast IXIVrtlte biareb. 17 IKOrt.Ntxr '

lace, 'it gives distinction to each and brother of Prince de Sagan. In 1864, .. fork I Imltml and Now lurk Ka.t
OFFICE-:-Ilutchlnson Avenue, near every toilet, and the facility with whichit when be married Carmen Aguado de wc. '"w' mevoa Mull.I. :.r. Jut kimnville II Mi a. m. anilfi
the Indian River hotel. of its with TlinniKh' Pullman $Iml wn for ,
is
can be turned to account one La Marismas, Napoleon III created H--w r eww t.er.u.: Kannnahl'uluublaV.oahlogWoltal-

chief merits. Prince Adalbert de T.Ue1rand-Pert. lhuorel'hllalelphla I ArrlvaJat'kooovlllol0aoa.m.New lork H.-I..M and all 14t

For full dress wear yellow with white gord Duke de Montmorency much to means so much more than and YrMernpinta t:00 p. ta

IV' I.! W. LICIITY, -white lace, white chiffon satin the displeasure of members of the historical and 1 w r.s f C.nelane..ent'anlbtwe.n$1.Augxstln.anti. 1+
imagine-serious Mew fork inning-canto and fruut Washington
moire, brocade, etc.-i* more fashionable house of Montmorency. A law- you ;:::l. ,

this winter than any single hue or suit ensued, bat the Montmornncy'i fatal diseases result from r ,,., : 1 f
it
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON combination of hoes and all shade of claim was rejected, and Adalbert dTalleyrand trifling ailments neglected. ...r Only I.'''. Through the Henntlfnl Mill
remained Duke de Mont D r 1 (''w.tr' at Mldilla r lorliln, frfiuool. sad
the color are popular.A Don't with Nature's s r Y. eorul'la hay, Joekr.nvltlo Site a. m,
Fort Pierce, Florida. pnttmutton leg sleeve ha morency. I play a... a Y q forlaka'Ity. Uv. lurk. Maltbu Monticello.t .
very Since 1880 be ba been a widower greatest gift-health. .v e Tallahassee, Utter Junction I'ensanila. Mirfule,
appeared among the dressy toilet of the Now Orleans,and the n outbwwt, Meilmi. 'all.. +
which show a delicate flat embroidery and in 1891 hi* son. Count Louis de 1I.r..III1 ', '..'.la and tin farlno t:<_.. larrla ttlwiwri ;
season Peri gord. married the charming daughter out of burn we.k ,o'f Arrlvoe Jut.kx>nt III.I:M).. m.UWVM yrr
and silk in pointed \
ASPINWALL, in bead .
J JOHN design on the entire top of the sleeve of the Duchess de Rohan.-London Brown's..f enerally, nervous ea, / r" i Jai..kaoairllle.:M a. .,. lot mark. *,HawIniiriui .
s- +
elbow. A Test Gentlewoman. no appetite / e ,.Mil... .ring,(rata, UainMviUa, tudar
wrist to
and also from :, g 1 Key, ,..11.|.....|. iM.bur.c, Ta.am. Apofka. ,
REAL ESTATE A INSURANCE. decorated to match 1* an effective addi ;::I.c.a-: :: 2- II OrUuttlo litI'laul Otjr.
tlon.-New York Poet hg! tae avow relia L a .' e+ Tauipa .1.j"kJ.II *I Jap. ui. ee

EAU GALLIE FLORIDA. Am InoonspleU AffaJr. Iron I kL.trmgtbalegm.dleto..I Iron which Is. I \ ('In.'Innatl sod ri..rl.U I.linlt.+l, J Rare Jack'
GEMS OF THOUGHT. "It U plain" laid the justice, "that Brown. A few bot.felt.Urs. Y S = I e 0 ( emstll.etup: m, Hollil VMtluul*Trail. Tim I a
.
(laclnnall, via Mae .,
you stole the bog and I shall tend you ties e.rekaratwry S r allttl.oserNlbuur.W(' ('onn..'' f..r NahvllleSy r
charity to the strength Atlanta IwtUWMiica. '' 's'srtosna
thy
Proportion for 12 month comes from Ike q, Inubriile., ( all iiulau north oral
"P J. KENNARD, ARCHITECT, of thy estate. up Bitters I am duN-itM4 I WMI Arrive.J-c.'JI. IJia.Bi.hlr .
'boot
II
5 "Jedge, kin you gimme one t ttt Jr Cuiau e, dhna.rw
No man ever worked honestly with 1114. and 11'a .
boor 'fo' I ?
ORLANDO FLORIDA. big goes pleasant ill t.".. h Ilully"6pring." "St, Lnul.I K.aw L'Ity,
to race.Think .
out giving lome help "Wbal for?" 'j'k.. t
desiring ; _rn. ,.,u < >K Correspondence Invited from those A Macon, 4t........ Holly Springs,
only healthful thoughts. a "Well nb I want ter go home en UlriulnKaaai i
artistic work combined with first- It Cures
class man thinketh in his heart, so is be. aaltdat bog down I"-Atlanta Constitution. Memphis, HprlnKflelil!: Kansas <'Ity. HI I"Hils, fbltairo, Hlous nty. TbroaKh Hleetwre wltntw
professional rhapKe: to Kansas City and ill Louis,and only one cbauge lu Chicago and Skeet lily. Arrive
Fifteen year experience (six in FlorIda By taking revenge a man U but even ___ ____ Dy ). Best of reference to local and bat in passing 11 over Trouble p, M. Uwal' ton Tallah.am and IntBrnixllat i.liillm Arrive Jatkaonvlll!Jdp. r.30a.1D. l
Neuralgia .
with his enemy Her Fort en*. 7-4* C.Fof ;': Tampa and ": ; t +
northern clients apU8ocU8L be i* superior. Constipation. Bad Blood! Your Traina tinily fur lavaDu.h. ._...Jo.-krwvlll..r5i. .. m. 1:00.a. ....I JII'r. utae p.w.
Pearl Pawee-Ye*, dear papa i* very Two Trains dally for Kreawlek. rt. Jackwurln.5 s'a. m. and I ,u .
When you look at yourself look for generous On my birthday anniversarybe Malaria, Nervous aHmtnU o re. ILalenxuIII ,epsrtaobarg .rl=:ItI:Isav.Joek.uviB.I daily at I Mt p.iu, with

A RUE P ELY fault When yon look at others try to always give me a dollar, for each Women'c complaints T1ar"ulI"Macau Mlaenn.paU Atlanta. ,two Train Daily. l.a .e JackatmTllto I,. a. m and I M until Pullmana.
see something good. I han lived. Get onl*lbs f eneln.-It has cresisd rs4llaee en to Atlanta, vain* the Holly H|>rlnn aUwiwn can remain In tholr brnb f_. ni,
REAL year on Ike All otaers are seU 1'slluaoaleep.rsoaallNlghITrals.O ArturlVuemi D* bnweeai Jaikauntlltoa. and I
ESTATE FIRE LIFE AND The wise prove and the foolish coo- Ynlie Yoonger-Indeed? That moil IICII.tn. On receipt of two.Msmps we blur oorth.rs and western tuiu canna wltn all rut: flurlda.
ACCIDENT INSURANCE fell by their conduct that a life of employment bare been the money Charley Gayboy .. .'II..cI art ol Toe) ....tlhll WecM. If Baud fur Bee Indeied Township Map of riurlda toN
and book liee.
View 1
Notary rnbUe for the State at Larre.kjull 1* the only life worth living. meant when be laid yon had a fortune fair MOWN CHCMICAL, CO. IALTIWORI."o. s. rexjuNOTox, A. o. MACDOXKLL,

Information as to Oaverement and SUM We are I..rt to forget that happ!. in your own right-Buffalo Courier. ... Traffic Manlier General rauenger.. Ag'UIII

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-, IKDIAK RIPER ADYOCATE.4- later on, for the road is bound to TITDSYILLE TO DAYTONA / JAMIS PBITCHARD, President W. U. BROWN; W.B.,Cashier. BARRETT, VIce-Presldent

be built some day, if not this yearor .

next and the longer we defer Via Hlllsboro and Halifax Rivers. RIVER STATE
W..LT lOtTJl1UL O..OT.O TO Tlfa DITIL establishing a permanent route the INDIAN BANK

OrMttTOTHCIXDIAllftlVtB LAKE WOBTH SCCTIOIII. AID more improvements will be made L .vNCH: OZO ::EJ ,

which will interfere with Its loca. For and Intermediate (Incorpoi ated under the Laws of the State of Florida,)
Will lea.. Tllo.tlll Everftatarctar, and Monday iMjrtona
tlon when we get ready to build. point,at one chirk p.m. Authorized capital
This much should be done and we Lean PaTtona for TltaTlll, Monday, Tor M|or and Friday, at one o'clock p. m., con $100.000
.. ...... .. WALTrLOaARAr. ,
ell tor netting at Tltuavllle I with teamen for all point on Indian Juror C Paid up capital,
cannot see why one should object $25.000
4eoolat .Editor& CHAS H.WALTOK any Tat further Information address J. P. TURNER Tltunvllle Florida.ff .
get to securing a special art from Average deposits, $300,000
the legislature authorizing Brevarc Slop night at F1 nra-by-th He*. Una ahlnand turf bathing si Is to to found
on the Gout Tee for Iroard,tl.00 per day| (6.00 per week,
)fflce: Washington Avenue Tltusvllle county to Issue bonds if it should Transacts a General

Indian River Florida. decide to do so. If we get author. --- -- ---- --- --- -- ----- --- ------ --- -- Banking

ity to Issue bonds that does not I Business.

PUBLISH EVERT FRIDAY. commit us to the project but it COUNTY COM3I1SSIOXKUS.Dievard The Shell Itnail Question. I i 4e T .'t

will be very sensible to place! ourselves I Largest and Odest! Bank on the
County Commissioner met The following letter has been received I Riur(
In .
position to issue bonds in
Check,etc! may he made payable to "Oraham on Monday, April lilt, pursuant to adjournment by Capt. W. II Sharpe of ISharpes, from ,
case an unquestioned majority of with the following members Vire-prrsidfnt I'airott of the J., bt A. _- DIRECTORS:
[A Walton publishers and proprietorsTwelve the people think it wise to do so. present: J. )Mendel chairman ;>/<" 111m.i & I. K. Hallway: : 1 JAs.I'aITeaAlIDW.N.RARRTTT. i't, ., rut,
".."....rll.tlon. e. J, Hector, }'. T. Budge and R. DIloke "Dear Sir-After conference with Mr. i I of the National Hank of J.i k.on\III d I n,
nllRIl\'Ice-I're.ld.nc >atl
mal
< 1\I:
.. 'u6 ?f
month, tlM Jarvis, I beg to say to you that ,,'e can '-5.-- Tackiionvllle), W. 8. GRAHAM anti w vBKOWI .
Six 1.00 MR. FLAGLER AND KEY LARGOOne On motion it I* ordered that A J. Car. haul shell at the rate of half cent per ton ,A ,

Three .50 lile be appointed cattle Inspector for district per mile\ with a minimum charge of $:; -, CORREHrO'vnFITHB .
Single .8 of the Sanford also No. 1. car on short haiils. s National Bank of New V. rk itm
coj y papers, per ... National Hank of Jack orvlll m
advance. The suit against$ the county, brought; "This Is a cent ton
Strictly quarter per per
one in Savannah and several nth- by James Holmes nl, having been di* mile. lens than we haul to Titusville and r..I'TSrIT. : :. I L..L'-.
The above totes Include the payment of poatI era in other parts of the state have mlimcd by pi ilnlllT I It I I. ordered that the other points. The rate which I have
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I aee by during nit ; the RuWrlptlona yearDiscontinuance : can commence anytime reported that Mr. Flngler has de. treasurer pay the oilglnal warrant No made you Is below the actual cost of

cided to extend his railroad from 140, for tl.1II0.f10.( to the Indian Kite hauling to UK.
State Bank,, holder of the name, out of THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
of ailvtn muttrootade per West Palm Beach "If you get the shell out of the mound
to Biscayne Buy
the fund. It Is also ordered that
I donally at thin office or tiy wrlUng.MEMOERS special south of bebastlon, you will\ hate to ,
at once. It is also stated that he the anm of *15 20 l>e paid out of the take the matter with Mr. Cabot who .
up Made for Soil 3 inch Tread
OF has purchased one-half of Key special to laid bank: being per cent In. has control of that mound. \\ e leased Sandy Having ,
and Intends have UicKt on the sum of said warrant from it to him some time
I TilE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION Largo to a deep ago
the date of the for
protect non-payment
"Tours truly J. It. PAttROTT,
terminus oil the shore of
A..IUATED WITH Til It water of the sum to date "Vice-president"
'" /onillililonal jMortadon, that island The ADVOCATE is in Minor 8. Jones attorney for the Board
position to deny the truth of these having repotted that be had settled the [This letter was received by Captain
old jail matter with the town of Titus- bliaipe after the County Commissioner
AKreM all communication to the rroprle- reports. One or two of the officials had held their
stile by selling\ the old Jail to the town meeting.]
| to.s of the J., St. A. & I. R. R'y for $700, as follows: 4U.J3: payable May 1

GRAHAM WALTON, company deny positively that Ills IHM; UU: : payable May 1, 1807; and STATKMKNT
the intention of the company to ex 4U34 payable May 1, 1808. It Is ordered
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE that the sale be finally approved, and i
tend the road
for a or two at
year that the auditor of this Board turn over Of the Condition nf the Indian Hirer SUit
TITesviLLe, FLORIDA. least perhaps not for many years. the town warrants Riven In payment to Hank, at the Clone of Business

As to the purchase of half of Key the county treasurer and take his receipt April Int. IROS.RESOURCES'.

ROCKY CORPORATIONS.The Largo which island it should be therefor.It *,!
Is ordered that a permit be granted
remembered is some 25 miles long
FOR SALE BY -
and from one to three miles wide to Busy and Hall to plant oysters on Ivtani and dtacnnnt .. .... .... 'M.7T.1: 46
Secretary of State has just their riparian lights on lot 4, section :28, dry Warrants U49M 1DWARD STc.XN"G-: :
ouiity
issued his annual report which Mr. Ihgrahara when questioned township 28 south, range 33. Stock : Ir Jlondi .. .....:::::::::: 38.UUO(10ITemliini ,
on Stocks and Bonds...... Ii4rl.'M. The Lumber Hnrd\vnre and Paint Dealer.
could Im It Is ordered that a permit be granted ,
the subject not
embraces a list of all corporations upon Nook, liiilldlnK and tlzturea..... ., .. 64KoK
agine where such a report receivedany to Mrs. Mary L. Taylor, to plant oyster other real estate ... .... ... 1.4JH.7urrent OOOOA Indian: : :: : 'Vor FLOa..XDA::
in lirevard during ,
organized county on her riparian rights/ on her lot, fractional (' expenses and taxes paid.... 1.M.).i.4
| 1893 and 1894, among them we foundation. The ADVOCATE lot 4, sec. 28, t. 21, r. 33 s. Cub on hand and: sight exchange.. 44(153.32
I notice the Florida Cosmopolitan A has a theory that this report was It Is ordered that a permit be granted $10,407.26LIABILITIES

Immigration Co., with principal founded on the fact that Mr. to It. VV Ooode, to plant oysters on his HARLAN HOTEL LAKE HELEN, Florida, 4-

of business White Flagler, a year or two ago, pur riparian rights/ on lot 2, sec. :28, and lot Capital store paid In. .............. 9 25.000,00 ,
place at City, 1 sec. 3.1. t. 30 s., r. 39 e. .... 50"on
,
Brevard county, Fla.1 capital two chased the Atlantic & Western The of the county treasurer for t'n.Ilvided:::; \ profits ::::::::::::. :::::: l.UOHJDividends :: PROPRIETRESS VICTORH
MISS S. KEMPE
report unpaid, ........... ..... ft IK) Proprietress HOTEL Park N. JII .
! hundred and fifty thousand dollars. railroad which runs from New the quarter ending March 31, having Deloslte...... ...... ..... ........ ... 129,41 I Ashury ,
An affidavit of the treasurer of Smyrna to Blue Springs on the been examined and found correct the A MI,AN HOTEL, Lake Helen, Volusla county, Florida; 120 miles south of
the P. G. Meyer was St. Johns We were aware, from same was approved and accepted by the $161,407.29STATE Jacksonville; high plateau between St. Johns river and Atlantic ocean; pine forest
company, in the State Land Boird or FIORIDA, ) and orange belt; healthful and delightful climate; all conveniences; table and Appointments -
filed with the Secretary of Stateon Investigation C. J. Hector and F T. Budge/ being COLSTY OF Dluv: ABD. ) excellent; pure rock well water. Terms moderate. On Jacksonville

March 17, 1894, in which it is office and of the Monroe county appointed a committee to bum the warrants I, W. M. Brown Cashier of the above St. Augustine sit Indian River Railroad by way of New Smyrna; also Jacksonville
stated under oath that the capital deed records, in which county Key turned over by the county treasurer named bank do solemnly swear that the Tampa & Key West Railroad connecting at Orange City Junction.
Largo is situated, that the Atlantic reported that they had performed above statement Is true to the best of
We do
stock not
was paid.
fully their and asked to be discharged
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believe that as much as ten & Western road had received a which done.
percent was accordingly; M. BROW, Cashier.
of the capital stock was ever land grant, and being unable to It Is ordered that 1". T. Budge be ap Subscribed and sworn to before me

paid in cash or its equivalent.When find state land in close proximityto pointed a committee to have the railings this Std day of April 1803.\
its road had been compelled to In the Court-house room removed three i
concerns of this characterare feet. D. L. UAILDEN ;

exposed is it any wonder the take the south-half of Key Largo, On petition being presented by S. K. Notary Public. ;

average investor is very slow to which is composed almost entirelyof Hogg J.V.. Powell and others for a =

put his into the stock of a absolutely worthless mangrove county road beginning on the t section 1 hRn I x
money lf4 tl jiat
Proceedings of the County Demo '
? lands. The report that Mr. Flag on east line of section 27, and runningdue 1. v111v I ( n it ft > tNIlttp
corporation i
west aa per U. S. survey on the contlnoua crtttlc Executive Committee. y sd Mti
ler had the south half dl. r
purchased extension of said i line, leaching i s s 0?
of Key Largo must have originatedfrom water on east shore of n. folk of'the M.
THE HON. W. R. SANDERS
the fact that he bought the Lucie river; also beginning on south line Pursuant to call the Democratic Executive.

Atlantic & Western railroad and it between section 28 and 21), and then run .Committee of Brevard county meat
Passed through Titusville last ning due south on said line till reachingthe the court house Titusville Florida,
was presumed, that in all probability north shore of St. Lucie river Up- April t, 180. at 1.30p.m. Memberspresent
Friday, on his way to Tallahassee the land grant was turned over oil hearing said petition the Board appointed : T. Johnson Sr., chairman;
where he expects to take part in with the road ; such, however is II. J. Haroey T. V. Booker and W II Sharpe, C. II. Nauman M. S.

framing such new laws as the leg. not the case. We can state froman L H. Toussant to view and lay out said Same G, F. insey and B. R. Wilson.On .
islature deem to make. road and report upon the same to the motion, B. Wilson was elected HOTEL ROYAL
may proper POIVCIANA
intimate of the
knowledge own secretary tern The minutes of the
1805.
In pro
Board on the first Monday May,
He asked the ADVOCATE to say to of lands thatno last were read and approved.On PALM
ership on Key Largo It a ordered that E. Walker be laced: meeting BEACH LAKE WORTH.
his constituents that he would be motion of C II Nauman the
railroad desirable list at $10 month. pe-
the
owns on pauper per
any Rates
company .
$4 and YOW.Ol'EY.
: day
tition of J. Mendel of the lit districtwas per upwards. .
glad to hear from them by letter on that island. It Is ordered that Eliza and Thomas
property taken oil the list. taken up. There being no oppo- Accommodation for 1000. HKNIIY W.
or, if they can afford it, in person. Almost available for Britt be pauper MERRILL Manager.
every acre be sitlun J. Mendel was unanimously '.
Mark
It Is ordered that Hayden puton
He would like to be in
posted regard cultivation has been purchased and the pauper lint at. $4 per month. recommended for re-appointment as
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to their wishes; he does not settled upon long ago by people The bond of J. A. Cailile, as cattle Inspector county commissioner from the lit die

want them to remain silent, and from Key West and the Bahamas of district No.1. having been trict.
On motion of C. II. Nauman the
then after the legislature adjourns examined7 and found sufficient by the pe-
who have raised vegetables and Board, the same was approved and ac- tition of F. T. Budge was taken up, and
abuse him for not doing what they pineapples in great quantities for there being no opposition he was
wanted lie that during the certcd. unanimously recommended for
has
says the last twenty years or more. ( that Fred Fisher reappointment
campaign, just before the election made application to the Hoard for a per as county commissioner from
last kill a manatee or sea the 2nd district,
summer, questions were mit to or capture
many On motion of M. S. Sam, W. H
THE COUNTY ROAD. cow for scientific purposes, and the
being discussed but since thA elec.
Sharpe was unanimously recommended
Board being satisfied that the Interest of
tion he has observed utter silence science will be subserved by granting for re-appointment as county commissioner -
and apathy The ADVOCATE has Some of those who oppose the said permit, therefore It Is ordered that from the 4th.district
issuing of bonds for constructing On motion the petitions of C. J. Hector
agreed to keep him well posted on Fred Fisher be granted a special permit
the road question, and it is only a shell road think the law should under chapter 4-08, sec. 1, 2! and 3, laws and taken John Houston for connlderatlon.of the 4th district

fair that the opponents of that be changed so that those people of Florida or sea, to cow kill In or Brevard capture county one manatee but- were Moved by up C. II. Nan mm, and seconded

measure should know our intentions who own property through which the permit shall only extend to the killIng by G. F. Ensey, that John Houston

In this regard so that they the road runs, should pay one-third or capturing of one such animal.It be recommended for appointment
have of the cost. This plan would work Is ordered that the lands of S. K. as commissioner from the 4th district
of
an
opportunity
may pre Moved M. S. Same that John Mc.
well in those neighborhoods Smith, sec 34, t !H) I., r. 38 e., was by
the other side. very
senting the tax list The tax Allister be recommended for appointment
wrongly placed on
where property is valuable and the collector is hereby Instructed not to collect as county commissioner from the (!;
citizens only own strips of land on said assessment 4th district
THE ROAD QUESTION.There from one hundred to three hundred It Is ordered that a permit be grantedto Moved by Capt. Sharpe that the whole THE HOTEL OKMOXD
matter be deferred until the executive
J. W. Mailer to punt oysters on his
feet wide bait in the sparsely set
In sect 3-1 and 3(1, t. :23 s., committee could ascertain the exact OR0OND-ON-TNE-IIALI FAX.
has been a good deal of tied sections of the county, where r.riparian 30 e., lying rights between the lands of 11. ILMims number of Democratic voters on each Accommodation for 300 guests. Rate. $3 per day and upward fcpeclal rate per
discussion in regard to the shell certain very poor but worthy men and the 8 heirs. petition. week In April. Open until April 25th

road and 1\'e cannot say that pub. have a homestead of 160 ares, it It Is ordered that Pat Colleaon be puton After due deliberation and careful No glare In the South olfel'l such attractions for a Winter Home a. Ormond.
lie list for month for consideration M. 8. Sams and Capt. Cottage Lots at all prices.
opinion has as itself the one
jet expressed would amount to confiscation of pauper Sharpe withdrew their motions and the
definitely on either side. We property if they were taxed one- $050.U .Is prdered that II. Rabaguy be vote of the committee was taken on the Do Xot Miss the Hammock Drive at Ormond.

are not certain that the people are third the cost of the road. A 160 stricken oft the list petitions off. J. Hector and John Hous ,_ ANDERSON & PRICE Managers.
any nearer having made up their acre tract Is a half.mile long pro It Is ordered that :ae warrant for $8 per tou. John Houston was recommendedFor ---
minds than month be Issued In favor of E. L. BradyFor appointment as county commissionerfrom
they were when the vided it is In a square form ; if it the 4th district
to be delivered to Mines
question was first agitated, four consists of a tier of four 40 acre provisions On motion of C. II Nauman, R. D. I

months ago. This much however, tracts, it would be a mile long. liabaguy.On motion It Is ordered that the bills Yoke was recommended for reappointment
we believe has been road and aid.I i as county commissioner from the I
accomplished One-third of the cost of the be audited
that the people as a whole mile the matter of a shell road the entire I 5th district
seem to through a track half a long the commls- On motion of C. II. Nauman the Nt
believe it would be a wise move on would be about 1166.00, accordingto sloBers length of who Brevard gratuitously county took the matter recommendation for all other appoint

the part of our county comraUI the ADVOCATE'S estimate. If the is. baud, beg leave to report as follow ments was left with the working committee -

I donors to stake out, as soon as worthy homesteader who has great *. M e have been unable to obtainany of the executive committee. Ott fury
ut
On notion the executive committee
j practicable a permanent road difficulty In earning $1.60 a day to definite of material information or transportation as to the expend of adjourned sine d;,.

selecting the most desirable and support his family, was compelledto lame. The correspondence upon this T. Joiivsoi, SB.. chairman.B. .
practicable route It is only Just pay an assessment of $166.00 doe has been Indefinite: and unsatisfao- R. WllJtov sec. pro tern.

to the people who lire in the various for road purposes it would be ruin. tory.

precincts along the river that OUt to him, and it is a question District No. 1 reports the majority Have examined the Walton Rapid

I they should know here the road' whether he could borrow that much favor 1"0.:1.of said Majority roa
Its to run, as there are many who money by giving a mortgage on little opposition to right of way. A Oliver the finest launch builders la
I will set groves and pineapple plan- his land and if the county was to 1"o.s. Opposition too great to make .rlori.l: also Merrill-Mevens, Jacksonville -
Itatlons, build fences .it at ; the Newport News' Shipbuilding
and the road practicable present
perhaps sell his land to for
pay No. favor. Ca, u well a* many of the best boat
4. Majority
( residences during the next year or lien, it 1s doubtful whether his No. 5. Majority In favor under isvrable builders la the north. Writ for testimonials
I two and the route for the perma- property would sell for enough to > conditions. eta., to J. O. Walton Titus

I Dent county road should be estab] satisfy the claim of the county. If Title, KU. S

lashed so that any one who conI all lands within a mile on either For Iteut a Brick store'

templates making improvements side of the road were taxed one. The and Ohio Southwestern,

I will know just where the road I is to third of the cost It would fall Do you need a good brick store, la an In conjunction with the Illinois Central

Irun, and be able to govern themselves lightly upon the Individual owners, ncellenl from wooden position buildings la town If sad so. call away on I has put on a fast train between Cincinnati THE CORDO&T.. AUOUSTIVE.

( accordingly. This will no and we do not think they would lobbies ft tiraham or C. II. Walton, and New Orleans to run through lafiftynine Accommodation tor 400. Rate: tJ per dy and

doubt sate expense and litigation object to such an a..e..mnt. ADVOCATE office, Tttu.rlUe, FU. hour*. upwards; per week, ipecl4j.
I C. B. KSOTT: Manager,












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UU/IJU'I 1\1' J'.U AUVUUATK; APRIL 5, 181)6. 5 1


Miss Osborne ore at the .eNY Dickinson
wardedst

Nomm a-World'a Fair. cottage.seen so The many ADVOCATE handsome scribe ladies has on newer this Complete Fertilizersfor J. W. Y. Stelfox

beach as are now at the hotel.

'DR; Mr. C. II. Fellow and Mr. Todd of potatoes, fruits, and all vegetables require (to secure the largest ,

Lake Helen are on the beach fixing up yield and best quality)
the store building near the hotel preparatory -.} HARDWARE *
to putting In a stock ,of /goods. ,

tICfi A among new store the March and a improvements.Another brand new livery. ate At Least IO% Actual Potash.Results I

Eau Go.l11e. - Flor1d.o.:
I large party of Coronado of experiments prove this conclusively How and ,

!guests helped out a church enterprise why. is told in our pamphlets. Cook Stoves, Oil and Wood Heaters, Farming Tools, Poultry Nl'ttllljtm-
CREAM last *'e4'k. at the home of Jt. S. Nelson, I" munition Tin and Tinware, Galvanized! Sheet Band and Hound Iron; Oalvnnlfed '

Esq. All the singing and recitations They are tent free It will rest YOU nothing to red them, sad they will Me you Boat Material Ropes| and all boat giMxIs and cast nets, Paints, Linseed Oil, HaniO.I

were done by the Coronado people. New dollars' GERMAN KALI WORKS,c j I\ ....* Stre.1 New \'ork.l ; : Finish etc Galvanized Knapsack Sprayers, 14.00.
M NtiOWDIR Smyrna Is lucky in belag within easy ,
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distance of this result Always please! to quote prices and correspondence solicited
l b
st Monday: to the office of county what an Immense difference It .

Walter Flowltz, Burt &ag Holit P Oldham, three' 'young men from whose term expired' April It.Mr. I work of the tram railway was a

Rollins College, Winter Park, have boon<< Wesley Roger :Miss till the fall of the year, anti It has not

spending about a week at the Coronado; Jennie Parham from Banyan accompanied; list: .'I'ltllv, Wn reneged. :Meanwhile, the road advocates BAKER & HOLMES Branch House 1' g ,

DST PERFECT MADE.rare and are evidently having a royal ,good: and saw her safely on her way to her still agitated,::\ the road 'p estlon. ,
time fishing surf bathing and participating home at They made various heroic attempts to ,
of Tartar Powder. Fret Menson, Ua. :Miss Pat: 'ham
Cr ream In all the amusements of the place taught school the Induce the honorable board of county
other adulterant past winter at Pots i ik
'mama Alum at any If all the Rollins students are like the commissioners to exercise\ their right,::
PARS THE,STANDARD. above they will be welcome to Coron dam.At and order the road opened The op|>osition ARTHUR J. DOYLE, Manager.

ado. the municipal election hut Tuesday employed ('compel and he was
the following l'anlId"tl'1I'f'fe' always dulYl'relll'nt the
Mrs. H. R. Gilbert of Detroit Mrs. to prevent passage
; electedMayor: John W. Carev aldermen of .
t. Lucie River. E. C. Stearns of Syracuse; and :Miss AI- full term, Ch.is. T. VerlK-ke;', John- imtrh-deslrcd! any art I road.tending to establish the Warehouse Room on J., T. & K. W. and J., St. A, i I I. R Railways,
tro, of Syracuse, are at the hotel for a Houston and
Wm. Tr..utlt'r
; alderman, One subtle mode of restraint
upon) \\1
|, public school closes todayKII.'hIDIr long stay; these' ladies are quite an Important one year, David s. Byran; clerk, Eugene: (commissioners the pica that a road< Gilbert
lin Mrs.:
acquisition, especially '
Brainerd; treasurer and assessor, K.: O, would l to 1I'I'KIH\KIIIII".n the chartered! r'
who has the best contralto voice of I
YI nil; marshal and collector, J. II. 1) rights of the Tram ly.! Co. How I Is It, Dt-AIMtH: : IN "
of Sebastian, is In any of the\! many singers who have been Smith. :Mr. Editor; tint In cities, the street cars i ; I

,e IUeKI( of Mri. W. Kltchlng.e Gilbert here this both season.play well Miss; and Altro another and Mrs.veryexcellent Mr. Thor. W. McCreary, manager: of1I0ltI run ,right the along tedious the open month streets waxed However anll'ane.l. Hay Grain Feed Flour Meal & Grits $
W. ;
fM to nee Mr. Hitching: all-round musician Is Mrs. Granada; the past season, loft for when f ;
\\ lIu.II'lIly'lthout warning
,, his trade-boat Merchant the north last :
in In Stewart who is, fortunately here for a Monday with his family, the abroad that the
news spread tram
an usual a good stock taking with him the hotel help liegoes
long stay. men were to open roads of their own ac Cotton Seed Meal Fertilizers and Crate Material.
to Ashtahuli
that Mr. D. : Ohio, where, In connection r1
ith pleasure their ,
"te When Mrs. Stearns: and her deter, :Miss with his father he conducts the cord across fionts. The rumor
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able to ire around again after proved true, and I the work of civilization i
lick Altro of Syracuse X. Y., saw the splendid Hotel James. :Mr. and :Mrs. :McCreary ty Terms ('RllhIth order! Ask for our price list Wo loch rx 'lusl\ety In ,t t "
yell of DeliS. went Was it not Lord Bacon
bravely on
beach at Coronado they at once decided made many fiends during their resi- the above line of goods; keep them In stink at all limes In Tltiis\llle, and will gl\o
lib received -fluantlty of cot. to send for their wheels. They deuce at Eau lallie who regret' their who slid, "Roids and schools"are the prompt and careful attention to All orders entrusted to us. Soliciting\ 'tour imtiou-

meal this week, which he willis did not, then, realize what was In store departure, and hope to have them return first people ldem-es 1 of South of civilization ? The the age, we beg to !remain Very respectfully, 11.\K ttt: A \\tIL)1 iES.: t
for them. It needed actual test to fully H''l'kle.lge'Ie'ed
i pine plantation. next fall and resume' the management of
appreciate It-six miles of hard!, smooth the hotel conducted this nd\anrtng! road I with unaffected joy.
so ably -
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.:'rot to hear of Mm. W. Kltchkness beach often 300 feet wide; uniform as a season. their hearts warmed anew to those MO

and trust that she will skating rink. It Is a sight worth coming !lately opposed the roads<< They believed

aiD tier usual health.II a distance to see. These two lady Fort Pierce. the time had at last; come when no

Parks will pcnd the sum- cyclists' skimming along the margin ot nelghlxtr,:: wlluhlillugl'r condemn them to COCOA ICE WORKS

ortl.inil, Me. We wish him a oik Neptune's waves, even his own the miserable necessity of traveling ,
A. J. Lewis Titusville along the old country road, which since
and hope to see him again mythical sea-nymphs could not look Cai.t paid a
t trip
[,ill more graceful than they do. They' also visit last Monday the railroad came, has become a terrorto Coooii, F1or.1 la..
man and beast. The distance and
limicrstand, that the Potsdams enjoy the surf bathing. The Rev. Mr. Jordan held services has been while the
roughness Increased 1
NOW XN OPEr1.A:: T.ION.: :
Messrs. Merrill and Davis the two here twice last Sunday to Urge congregations. -
s have broken up for the three dreadful crownings.: on the spins,
r month They will start again gentlemen from Milwaukee who made and vicinity to main track render It CJ.
,II. themselves so agreeable at the hotel' I We are very pleased to hear that Mrs.F. highly dangerous.
have departed for bt. Augustine. Notwithstanding Tyler is progressing favorably. Words fall to describe the misery of a Manufacturer ,
ravel train was working around that Mr. M. will be four I trip In summer along the deep, sandy I
find Potsdam the ,flrat of the his next birth he enjoys a The whist party met at the residenceof
score on day road, with breeze shut oil with scrub on ICE & DTSTTT XjlSD WA.TKR i
lulling sand to put on the era- joke and has given away one on himself Miss Tucker last Monday. each aide', the hot sun pouting down Its ;

nts. which Is too good to keep. When out The farmers this vicinity were gladof melting beams and the voracious mosquito TASTE.'j
plutchinson[ left for Iher home In walking alone in the hammock he mis- the rain which fell fit Monday.Mr. swarming along In myriad numbers ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE I

the other day. Before going took a big palmetto root for a monster assisted In their bloody work by ]
|i red the !lumber for a cottage to snake and after throwing his hat at It, f H. Miles left for Bartow last the relentless horse-tly. By: Ifcfilgeratots Ice Chests, Fteexers and Water Volets. (r

| during: her absence this summer ran for dear life. Ills friend, Davies Monday.Mrs. The road from Cocoa to Rockledge

laughs heartily about the experience. A Hinders returned from her visit along the liver front, Is a source of pleasure Lake Worth Ice Works
hou need cards" ball or con- '
any paityofflve-all friends of the foregoing to Eden last Saturday. In both summer and winter. The ,
Laammes. hand bills" tags Doter -are registered for arrival at the breeze: Is sufficient to thin out the Insects -
heads, bill heads .statements Coronado on April 1st. Mr. Jennings and family have moved to an endurable minority while b
PALM UEACH ] I..A.
K price lists If you do, keep over to their home on the peninsula. the over-hanging shade trees greatly ;
I'ney on the East Coast by giving Sir Andrew Clark the celebrated and moderate the sun's heat.
There \ the
was a at
IVOCATE, Tltusvllle a share ofb well known Scotch physician said "Half quiet wedding
residence of A. J. the Well to go back to civilization the
| work. We do our utmost tot the diseases of the generation are due to Capt. Mr.Lewis P. Olendorf con road came bravely southward, nearly If
East Coast along and with your people's Idleness." The grumpy old Scot tracting parties being not quite a mile, then ended. Woids
and :Miss J. The tied
I'e in job work and advertising knew well what he was talking about; Simpson. Captain
the knot. fall me, Mr. Editor, todoscrll the bitter !
).I,1 still be enabled to give you a and yet it's a fact that there are not disappolnrment felt. by the citizens southof HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !

t'M' will be a credit t.e the East many lazy people In Coronado the air Is this fatal ending. And<< this now unattainable

i Florida.] so invigorating as it comes sweeping In Iiiiproicmciit in HuftineNH.! road Is a living source of pain

over four thousand miles of ocean that and regret to those w ho so severely debarred MANUFACTURED BY -
those most afflicted with "that tired I
even Its privileges.Thus .
It does not look like very dull times at
Canaveral. feeling" "get a move on them" here. the "logic of facts"; has wrought
the works of the L. B. FertilizerCo.
Darling
People sleep a good deal, but they are bid & SudloTO-
of this to Its work and I am changed This I Chapman <
takes city. They began run extra
not lazy or idle. Nearly
everyone time this week until 10 o'clock you God speed<< In your heroic work In ,
tt r P, Burton Is visiting her son long walks. Shell gathering has a won p. m? endeavoring to convince the people of

I family In Melbourne. derful fascination for all. The paper and this are week now which loading will the go to fourth New cargo York the great need of a good road from one South Jacksonville, Florida. {
I nautilus shells are still being found on end of the county to the other. All
Reed is carrying the mall now* for distribution of the goods to Pennsylvania -
sold Alf.
the beach one was for $13.
to more we are getting It when It ; New York state, New Jersey and possessions worth having are hardly won.
Sharp has couple for sale at five dollars Delaware. These cargoes are In addition All blessings are secured at. some cost. For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
each. the till
Keep the subject before people ,
to the train loads they are daily ship !
[ Wilson Is making preparations thought has done its work. The road
and ping to different points in New England
Job work cheaply, neatly expeditiously -
t [
in a portion of his homestead: has come In part and the rest will surely
lei, park executed at the ADVOCATE office -From the Pawtucket Evening Times, come in time. Two ladles In South --.) Special Attention Clven to Private Formulas. (:-
Titusville. Circulars hand bills note March 10, ISO:;.
I Tuten, daughter and nelce, at- heads letter heads envelopes state: Rockledge deeply Interested In roads Dealers In all kinds of Haw Material such air Sulp. Potash, Kulnlt Cotton
the dance have persuaded their Indulgent husbands Seed Nitrate of Soda etc., etc.
| weekly at the school- etc., etc.] Meal
ments tags
IN FAVOR OP GOOD UOADS. to let them have a drive anyhow over'
irt Friday evening. tone ground and steamed In tho factory In three different grists.EjJT .
their Individual fronts; anti they are s
iPrittorius and F. N. Hitchcock pushing this work with woman's usual /Send: for Pamphlets and Prices

|t e last Sunday with the Fanlasmap Daytona. Editor AdeocatfAfter energy.' This road when completed
down Indian River. will be nearly three-fourths of a mile
the second freeze a further ago
In extent and northward within
X. V Penny and Mr. Franklin tation of the shell road from one end of comes a
Mr. Will Carswell returned to Chicagoon a quarter of mile of the terminus of the F.
:nosed road which started out fl'omnockl"lge
Monday. so bravely C.E.
U
Thompson from Kockledge of Indignation at what then seemeda .
:lace., here she Intends to make I Messrs. Randall A: Watson our pop mockery of the people's disticss. I .and This ended private so suddenly drive begunby andingloriously. E. ,

taunt residence. ular bicycle men, have gone to Chicagofor can give no logical reason for change of
these ladies Is \
two rapidly nearing
the what might be termed
Hood will shortly begin the summer.Mr. opinion, except completion and Is destined to he one J. Jacksonville.FURNITURE .
the of facts. Living near Rock- .
"logic
i, house on his lot adjoining I and Mrs. Courtland Buckman of ledge', and having friends and relatives of the most beautiful drives along the
iOD property on the south. E. Jacksonville are guests at the Palmetto river. They great pleasure i
the
there, I have bad occasion to observe' anticipate
,
bought a portion of the lumber House. in taking over this road,
of her
k. different phases road-making. if it Is mile To themIt .
long.
even only f
A delightful surprise party was given When the citizens' wished to make a road and CARPETS. 1
become
destined to
surely seems a i
el of forever.
thing beauty a joy
-15 E Chandler Will opposed it. The road went
and Innes evening. bitterly I
One can but hone that the day Is not
1L Benhara. They (Chandler through, however and today not a man -------
Grace Carswell and Helen far distant when this drive be ,
The Misses can con
Wholesale and Retail. : -- --
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"KK-ed to the on It would choose to have things as : _
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the week in St. tinued northward until It meets the one
". dayll hens Foote are spending "
hene laid each The they "used to be. 1
southward and thus blend Into
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f wizen Augustine. all realize the great benefit accruing -
and at the They
eggs a day 1
'c one continuous drive away up to Cocoa We Lave made special effort this Fall to have a Stock of Goods suitable for the
weeks they gave up the con-I A large number of people from Day from open roads, to say nothing and will
beyond. Cannot not
'tk ten dozen eggs ahead of them. I tona attended the tournament at Ormondlast of the enhancement of the beauty of good citizen join In this fervent desire every? Kant Coaxt HuyerN. ,
afternoon. their homes. They now travel In com
Saturday
'abet I the ADVOCATE, Titus- : fort and security. Water travel. In either May this hope be realized lathe
vi III kind of job printing. Give Several of the ladles In town entertained sail or row-boat Is controlled by the prayer of yours truly, OUR PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW
*ul a hundred guests with cards and ADVOCATE or CIVILIZATION.
your work.] wind _whereas people walking drivingor
dancing In the Opera house. Wednesday on;bicycles alike enjoy the privilegesof Rockledge, Fla. *37- Write us what you want and we will quote) prices by return. mall.

evening. an open road. This road Is now fair-
oronado Beach. Miss May Southern of New York ly good, and the people deserve greatcredit A Square l)ral. Our Number Is 20-22-24-26 West Bay Street.
who Is stopping at the Palmetto met : for their I real In making and Improving -

with a painful accident on Sunday after said road. When this road be- The celebrated Jackson square for sale

.d Mr.. Russell, raonK the newcomers at the spending the day at the beach and below Barton avenue' wished It extended

In walking from the cottage to the bath- on southward to Coquina. A minority For Hale. Lots in West Palm Beach !
'II' house Miss Southern stepped on a rusty offered strenuous opposition to this, and
'+11Le, a goodly number of nail with her full weight. The wound eventually they secured a sufficiently
n The Schooner Staunch well
'Jeu' already in their co-operation with the majorityto Veteran- i
looks quite severe. powerful ) ----- --- --
ictta t'., built and commodious; sixteen tons

11.'l' '''onado became "star [What do you need In the way of Job company inaugurate and apply a movement for charter to organize to build burden; newly built, safe for any voyage Agent for the Lands in Dade County of \-> ;

"rL'' ..tit> < Code Saw octabltsh'ere a printing When you want any printing and operate a tram railway from City and a good sailor. Will take some good 'i

'here, in September last,- done give the ADVOCATE a share, and Point to Coquina| a distance of about milch. cows Address or range cattle In part pal'ment. Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co

der.. keep the money on the East Coast, fourteen mU.,... ,
,y m. rp,red is a postmaster.handsomely-fitted There where It will do you some good this The company was duly formed and Olll'Georgians HlHCOTK, Fla. Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Co I

summer.] application made to Governor Mitchell

: for charter, to establish and run such a Lake Worth Land Trust. New River Land Trust.
VIti). \1, "n&ler Sharp says that tram railway. Charter was duly granted .- To lie (thou Away. ,
dertit I" ipers are made out for Eau Gallic. although Governor Mitchell was notified
',I' !lit, I. ale Worth: Properties.: : I *
property to the Sharp by a very Urge number of citizens "Information for Homeseekers the

Jt "I.. announce aa anniversary Miss G. F. Lyn was In town last living along the proposed route, that the East Coast of Florida;" partly Illustratedand Lake Wurtb Agrut for Sims Llrvrpoel .....do. fI'..... I.......... ('..
\lay. tram railway scheme would be very detrimental full of useful Information. "The
'sh visited Coronado this Saturday. to the Interests of a large number Land of the Sky and Beyond" with Notary Public ALBERT W. ROBERT, West Palm Beach, Fla. ,
air ,. Mr. Horace B. Mitchell, of Melbourne citizens and would, if
? t 1 friends than Mr. F.' C. A of attemptwas Illustrations. Free at the AUVOCATB
:ht'' Mich. representing the Louse of Wanamaker : made to put It through entail endless (office Tltusvllle.&. .
: 'I i .' absence Although very Brown was In town lad week with litigation and consequent bard filing bend two-cent stamp to pay postage.
oft has caused: perng some fine sam 1'1.,.. between neighbors. ,, I
ble --------
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.t' comment than any Lumber and House Building $.-
stockholders the Tram Railway
*. been many very ,.- Mrs. Robert Barbour sad daughters The ,
l.c of Patterson N. J., made a short visit company: were composed of citizens who EJ.A.R.G-.A.XJSrS !

t Llag, to Mrs. Thomas Barbour last week on resided within a compass of 1 less than Sash Doors and Blinds Lime Cement Nails andBuilders'
that
ieethe "Blrd of a feather their way to Palm Beaeh.Mr. two miles, and a large number of them Jam offering bargains la :- M ,
has been exemplified opposed the road over their front as an
,"e:! 'Heltsho+ have made the and Mrs. J. O. Walton sad .Master Infringement upon their purchased rightto Furniture, '. Matting >. Window Hardware.
*T u'M: a Claude of Tltusvllle .peat u4ar 'In theft
resort-thl, 1U first privacy and as a trespas upon
The remark so often EM Gallie, the guests of Mrs. wm. private property. Yet, they applied flr. Shades, Mirrors, Etc.I .

kk\be hotel'", "EuP1f'thID,11 Tnwttor, leaving on Tuesday for Lake received, and started to work under a also have a .department devoted to Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty.

.." W<
)(n irons and Mrs. Merry. Our townsman Capt. John Houston, as an Infringement upon their prompt attention. Satisfaction C. F. PADDISON, -

r i4 nd< Mrs. MJ the endorsement of the county rights In property holding. guaranteed. I
Le | received FLl
Tttt TITUSVILLE FLA. and EAU GALLIE
iAj 1.< uaa4eome young fri nd, I Democratic committee at their meeting! )fr. Editor do you not often notice. KDWIX KKLtOM: M.lb.mn. ru. *














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SPECIMENS OF WIT.SOME I I "Oh, it i.? Well, then, lend op aid NEAR & TAYLO
turn the water offl I I'm not going to 1 LI. concerned take notice that six month :.
i /\. after date hereof I will file my final aivonntMadmlnlKtratrUof (Successor to Jot,
I walk miles for \| ] :
IX nothing. -New the estate of HowardW.
HISTORIC FLASHES OF SPONTANEOUS -
York Dispatch. Maine, with the Honorable Minor A. Jones, Artesian
Well Contri
HUMOR. County Judge of Mid county; and posy for my
I final diMharge from the atra rlx of Mid JOB ..
BRONZES OF OLD BABYLON. mute. EAU CALLIE..
Not a fw KnropcM. Bor.r.|j.e HrB CEALIA "". MAINE, FLA
Cut: of riff'm Stale T.mr n...... Thin Oct. IS, ISM. Adminietrstrlx.uctIse4 .
*.. Fond of mod OlTra to Rrpitrt*. TITUSVILLE
Years A... emNotice BAKE
Clever cod Brutal "..t. I'-4 Among There have been placed on exhibitionIn l

KntllihtncB of Long Ago the Babylonian room of tbe British C. F. FISCHER, PrOpr>

Generally speaking, the strong hare museum some very fine specimens of of Intention to Apply for

refused to put op with jesting from the Babylonian bronze castings. These interesting Special Legislation.NOTICE Cakes Pies A Confectionery i !gp

weak. The Czar Nicholas, who had specimens of early metal work All orders In our lint
come from a place known to the ancients prompt,]
some fine qualities,was hardened againstmeditated .
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attended
!: I. given
hereby to.
as BIr-pnr-ra, or Lagash) the flatureotrthe
,
a act of clemency by the undaunted made to b State \
spirit of a prisoner. Relieff, a modem name of which Is Tell-to, a of Florida at the seslou commencing on
the 2nd dar of April, 1DKO, for the IMMMICC of a FORWINES
large mound or site in southern Chal- '-
man of letter., had boon Implicated in hill to authorice the County rommliwlooera of
the conspiracy of 1825 and sentenced to dea. One of the bronzes shows the kingof Ilrerard county to Imiiie bonds of the county for
Babylonia, who appears clean shaven the purpose of oonntructlnir Rood pulillo road and SP
be hanged. lie was launched from the I throughout the county, In the Mme manner and
fatal ladder, when the rope broke and In the dress of the high priest. The under the came reetrlctions. I* now provided
garment reaches down to tbe feet and HEART DISEASE! liy law for the Issue of bond for the erection of
be wee thrown to the ground, severely court houses and jail,and the funding of outstanding ant BEEHS
bruised, bat conscious. He picked himself is crossed over the left shoulder, leaving Indeotednem,an contained In Sections G

up and laid quietly "They can do tbe right arm, which Is raised, bara Fluttering, No Appetite Could Not art Florida.toad Inclusive,of the Revised Statute of CIGARS

nothing in Russia, not even twine a cord The'statnette is a full length one, standing Sleep, Wind on Stomach. ROBERT MORROW, ETOF

properly." It was customary in Russia on Us own double plinth, and is Senator 13th DUtrlct.Tltu THE FINEST QrALm
For a long time I had terrible
to pardon the condemned after a similar some 12 inches high. This bronze comes a vllle,Fla.,Jan.23, 1119II. Jan2Mn.rt9 GO TO
pain at my heart, which fluttered almost -
from Abu Ilabbab
and dates about B
fiasco, but on Helleff's words being re- Incessantly. I had All KINDS
ported to the czar and his pleasure demanded C. 2200. A second statuette represents could not sleep. I would no appetiteand be com- HOF 4- Lesley & Renal'

he replied "Prove him the con a king In the attitude of adoration or pelled to sit up in bed and belch gas John B Stetson University Families SuppliedNillbeReadybyOct .
trary." contemplation, having his hands raised from my stomach until I thought ,
and clasped together In a similar man that minute would Zr'P-Our J.ocJlllII! and l.m,
Henry VIII with all his violence and every be my last. Florida.For '
DcLnnd .
ner as the god Nebo Is representedThe There was a feelllngof 1 "itOltt, ,
tyranny, could bear with a retort as well oppression side Washington ave 1It"1\.et ,
for he loved wit When it king wears a long, flowing beard, but about my heart, and I was afraid to Neatly ..
as give one, W. and
no costume can be traced. This figure is draw a full breath. I could not sweep both Rexe College, Normal ;SchoolArademy K. depot Am III\> h.,4: :
was told him that the pope had sent the Art School and Conwrvatory of
cardinal's hat to Fisher, bishop of Rochester not full length, being cut off about the a room without resting My hus- Mimic Anlnntltntlonof tint rank. Fatuity of

ho said, "He may have the hat, calves", and represents probably the band induced me to try twenty heated by teacher steam, lighted Seven by elegant elwtrlcjtjr.hiilldlne Hot, HODGES & GODTI!

but he shall have no head to wear it Chaldean Ling Ondea, B. C. 2500. Dr. Miles' Heart Cureand and cold water bath Thoroughly eiijiilppeilgvmtmRlum.
Department' of I'hvulcal Culture,
The
third figure which stands
I seven
with, and the bishop wa brought to with Military Drill for young men. Library ofemssm ,
the block. On one occasion the turbulent Inches high, represents Camil-Sin, kingof am happy to say It has ,curedme. I volume Reading room, with all leading CheaplyAND Manufactnftfk
I now have a splendid appetite periodical* and daily and weekly palert.Thoroughly
Babylonia, in the character of a basket
Earl of Kildare was brought before and sleep well Its effect was truly I : equipped. : chemical and physical i
the king, charged with setting fire to bearer, both arms being uplifted and maneloua." lalHiratorlc Scwrate building for Music and Yellow Pine Lug
supporting a basket borne on the head. Art itchal, with" artlnt of etal>llhed reputation
the cathedral of Cashel. "I own it, MRS HARRY E. STARE Pottsvllle, Pa. In charge. Second term open Dccrmlier
said the earl, "but I never would have The date of the figure is about D. G Dr. Miles Heart Core Is sold on ipoeitive :/?, IK'ki. tend for catalogue, gluing; full Information KOUGH Dr.FiSEI.

done it had I not believed the archbishop 8200. It Is supposed that these statuettes guarantee: that the first bottle will benefit ,to JOHN F. FORBES President. Orange Horn ]lr.il.,
may have been dedications toNlngirsn, All ft!'"'"*"sell It at al. C bottle for M, or
was in it. Henry laughed and par. It will be tent, prepaid on price Fruit \.RetAit
doned the culprit His bitterest enemy the fire god, whose worship was a particular by the l>r. Mlloe Medical Co, Elkhart l lud.
cult at Tell-lo. Notice. Lumber delivered at and pan a bii\la\
was the bishop of Meath, who accused on through bill iif lad in it. AHMIIHIng n
him to Henry of divers mlsdneds and The art of making bronze casts was hulliiinfr: on the East Coat, m', 1
known to the Babylonians from Judicial Circuit ExpeditiouslyExecuted write for iirlre*. The Sawmill.Unit,\
cloned his arraignment with, "Thus, my very "'!'uses OF CARDUI, Tonic for V.'_..,,.. In Circuit Court Seventh J.,T.& K. W. Ry..9 mile imith f hi.Snt8iinin ..
liege, yon see that all Ireland cannot early times, and many examples are to of Florida, Bievard County, lm>5.Itethel .
be seen in the British museum. well I lights, Putnam**,
the earl." .T. Stewart,
govern fashion in Washington went to one of )
"Then said the I an in the Louvre. A plaster cast of a \'S Bin for Relief.I'tc.lIcott .
perverse monarch, the taxidermists of the Smithsonian institution B.A.tenure and W. A. }\
"the earl shall rule all Ireland," and Babylonian queen, taken from the original and wanted a favor. She had .

instantly made him lord deputy becausehis in tne Louvre, stands by the side with her a bright canary bird, alive and IT appearing bv the sworn statements In the. x J. M. SANDERS
of the new additions, casts of which bill of complaint tiled In the I aliove cause 1
good humor equaled his valor. chirruping, and she very much desiredthe that the rett|>on Elizabeth resembled her father in her have been sent to the French museum. taxidermist to kill and stuff the bird at Kanna City Kansas,and that the residence Dealer in
-London Graphic. of reM>nilent W. A. Scott, I 18 unknown to coin -
willingness to put up with retorts from for her She went on to say tht she had plalnant and that reaponilpnt' are both over the
saucy subjects and to pay them back in "bunted all over the city for a bird of age of 21 year.ow, therefore, It I. ordered
ONLY A LITTLE WORLD, THIS. that yon, the Mid n. A. (amiilre, and that 'Mm : DRY GOODS ill
kind, not always with the greatest re just this shade, because she wanted the laidV.. A. Scott, do be and appear. .beforeour AT THE -
finement. The little scene with the ill VcUncholj Reflections nf tho Han the plumage to match in color a new ald Court on or before Monday,the.Ird day ,

fated Earl of Essex, when she boxed his From Bank Bridge Young gown which she was having made. The of answer June" 1H'I5 demur, the to name complainant'being Rule aytopleail bill of complaint -, : AND

cars for insolence and ho laid his handon "What small world it is after all!" bird that she brought she wanted stuffed or a decree pro ranfewo will lie entered'
a ,
,and said will
of
and each cause
his sword, saying that he would not for an ornament for her pt'rson.-Kate against: you you })- Choice GI'oeeritHay t
said the young man from Sank Bridge, lie allowed to proceed ex parte. It I* further ordered
take such treatment even from her father O. He had just moved to Chicago, and Field's Washington. that thl* notice lie piibllMied In thelxntwx
RIVER ADVOCATE, at Titu ville. Fla.,
is familiar to every one. for some reason he was not greatly impressed I once a week" for eight weeks.Witness" Corn Mapes' Fertfl
Going buck to still earlier dates, we with the immensity of tLe city. I Left the Honorable J. Dllroome. ,
constantly find the imperious Plautag- I .Judge of said court, and ADVOCATEPrinting
"For instance, he went on, "I had [SEAL.] the seal of ald court,this nth day FINE PATENT FLOUR.
enet kings giving and receiving retorts been In my hotel but a week when I discovered of March, A IMH'KS.mar298w .
that bear witness of great independenceamong A. A. 8TEWAHT,
that my uncle's divorced wife OOOOA. JlorlCOMPOUND <
some of their powerful subjects. I Clerk Circuit Court
lived in the next room, while the man ..
It was Edward I who, on the refusal of who married a girl I used to be engagedto )-

the "Black Dog of Warwick" to join is on the floor below. More than that Suol Is now much sweeter In disposi

the king with vassals and supplies for the greatest bore I ever knew in my life tion. OXy
war, said, "Sir Earl, shall either
you go creature who has haunted
a me ever
fl hang The retort was, "Sir Rex, I since my school days, keeps a big board Ancient Attica, the land of the muses, *! {-

will neither go nor hang. ing house in the next building. I have was about the size of Connecticut. Restores strength '|iiH'i> 'u,

Henry IV of Franco was good natured I to dodge him every time I go down and expels diseane.

above most monarchs in repartee. As a town. At 4 o'clock this morning, whenI Deafness Cannot be Cured Proof, the most convincinp i
I all u"
'
free to all who suffer.
rule, it is impnsidble to reproduce in conventional thought of all times I should certainly y I further Inlomiati

English dress the jests of this be alone, 1 started to walk downState My local application as they cannot I. of or 200 write for sent free.
pages
wise and witty king. On one occasion street It was a misty morning, I reach the diseased portion of the ear. Office. Home or office treatraim I

it wa! the turu of M. d'Aubigne to sleep and live gray fog hid even the one or two Brockle-Dere goes a kid wot laid There is only one way to cure deafness, } tion free.
in the king's antechamber. Fancyingthe all night cabmen who were still sticking and that is by constitutional remedies.
omethink by fur a rainy day, an wot'lder I iV 1'alw
lira. Stnrkey
monarch wa asleep, he began to talk Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed con-
to their stands. The street was lonely
result? lIe has went an swiped my
M. de la Force who shared his watch dition of the mucous lining,: of the Kustachain Ptulxui.:
to I and deserted. I had walked slowly along gaL Wit all me polished manners I i iain't Tube. When this tube is in- 1529 Arch Street.
saying, Your master is the most ungrateful I down to Jackson street without meeting der .
in it wit der lad wot's got urnbreller. tUrned have a rumbling sound or
of men. La Force, half asleep, : a human being, when suddenly out of World. I you
.-Now York or Imperfect heating, and when It Is en-
asked him what he was talking- about, the mist a figure loomud. tirely closed, Deafness the result, and JACKSONVILLE STEAl

when Henry cried out: "Wake pl 1 lIe 'Hello, there! sounded a voice as Catarrh and Deafness, unless the Intlamation can be taken out,

Li telling you I am the most ungratefulof I we drew close together. 'I haven't seen In this season of colds and coughs attention and this tube restored to Its normal con WORKS

men. ,i :you for A long time. I'm in pretty tough to and protection of the throat dition, hearing will\ be destroyed forever; .' ,

"Pray go to sleep, sire," interrupted luck, old man. Can't you stake me to a should not be forgotten. Dy protection nine cases out of ten are caused by ca- Do not sat
which Is but Inflamed The above establishment
iambi nothing an
D'Anbigno "We have a great deal more bed?' Is not meant bundling up the throat iti\eh four
condition of the surfaces. We
mucous management po
to say about you. Henry never showed "It was a tramp printer I had known with silk mufflers, but protection of the We will give One Hundred Dollars for work equal to tbat ,>i tm i
loss kindliness to his servant on account In Leadville Colo. I whole body and if possible an exposure
eight years ago any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) city.
of what he had overheard. gave him 60 cents simply because he and hardening of the neck to the cold. that cannot be cured by Hall Catarrh Send yourPRINTING

But the cynical generosity of Frederick had proved to me beyond cavil that life The last is important not only on account Cure. Send for circular.; free.F. Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Djed

the Great is unique. A lackey who runs in circles around a globe, and that of the throat itself, but becauseof J. CHEXSI.T! A Co., Toledo, O. i
owed him a grudge had determined to all intersect somewhere in their circumferences. so many cases of catarrh which affect 1a Sold by all Druggists, 73c. Ladies Goods Clea3IDying

poison him. One morning he brought in "-Chicago Tribune.ElcctrU the ear and cause deafness. Indeed some away and Cleaning f
the king's chocolate and appeared visibly that the fact has been Silks
physicians say does not need to specialf
Who Is just study most delicate I texture a
troubled iu countenance. "What ails Shock. demonstrated beyond a question that for price list.

you?" said Frederick, looking fixedly at Here are some odd opinions concern aside from rupture of the ear drum logic or law. I

him. "You look as if :you had put poison ing the force of the electrlo current there is scarcely symptom of defective The Missouri legislature has barred the But keep the MAINIIARD CKO

in my food The wretch fell at his given by Dr. C. F. Chandler before the hearing which is not traceable to the use of the plea of hypnotism In the defense I No. 13 Xewnan St., Jackson

feet and avowed his crime. "Get out of Columbian School of Mines: ".AL inter condition of the nose and throat; also of criminals.Mftlf .

my sight :yon scoundrel! said Freder esting misapprehension which exists in has it been said that the use of smelling Money on the
ick and took no further notice of the of ..'. WINE Of C1SOUI for female diMiu. I W H GLEASON &
the minds of many people is one concerning salts is one of the most prolific causes
man's attempt to murder him. the vital dangers which lurk in deafness, operating by weakening the (

A delicate compliment is a work of the pressure of, say, 1,000 volts. The olfactory nerves and through them the A bill Introduced before the Massachusetts A.TTOUNEYS IX LASD

far higher art than the most biting sar I newspapers often tell of a man who has auditory system. All strong or pungent legislature this year proposed a fine East Coast

casm. Every one knows the story of the I been killed from such a pressure odors should be avoided as far as possible of t 5 for every voter wo fails to take ad- TITLES TO SPANISH >.KA>J JAMIXED

poor creature who found himself seated whereas, in fact, such a pressure alone especially those which act upon vantage of the right of suffrage. AND PKKFE' i{
between lime. Rncamier and Mme de could not kill a humming bird. I have the secretory processes. Any signs of theADVOCATE
Stael, and managed to offend them both frequently caught in my hand sparks chronic colds, catarrhs or lasting sore After the grip, dlptherla, pneumonia, By giving A
that he scarlet fever, typhoid fever, etc., Hood's ABSTRACTS FURNIM1ED
by saying sat between wit and electro motive of throat should never be allowed to run
possessing an power
\ Is of wonderful benefit in
beauty, and was crushed by the retortof 100,000 volts without feeling anything on without treatment for fear of the Sarsaparllla and SURVEYS OBTAIN
I i I Imparting the strength vigor so
Mme. de Stael that he possessed nei I more than a very slight burn. The danger complicating deafness.-Popular Health much desired. and Pre
Defective Homestead ;
ther. The court of Louis XIV was the
arises when the volts Magazine
only are re- and Perfect
school where this Entries Corrected
art
was brought to
perfection. The flattery offered to the I enforced by a good many ampheres or football Hair la Demand. Hood's pills for the liver and bowels, Claims adjusted before the

king by the men of genius was at once current currents. suddenly In such a decomposes case the force all of the the The latest fad which the feminine sex I act easily yet promptly and effectively.Who A share of ment at Washington.solicited

coarse and exquisite. Witness the inimitable I is known to be cultivating is that of Correspondence
fluids in the body The salt in the blood
reply of Mignard, who was paint. I turns to chlorine and the keeping what is termed a "hair book. keeps no chickens Isn't worried EAU CALLIE. FL
instantly gas
lug the king's portrait for the tenth who has his veins with This interesting article is supposed to when he sees a hawk.Newfoundland .
charged
time, when Louis asked him, "Do I look I person contain a look of hair of each football Your Job Work. and
older such a deadly poison cannot be expectedto player who has In any degree become and Ohio are nearly of Pineapple. Orange
live many seconds. "-St. Louis Republic the same size, 40,000 miles. CV-
The first square Sale
"I see a few more campaigns on the famous on the gridiron. young Land For

brow of your majesty. ____ ______ lady who is known to have commenced The National Derby will be run June () ,'j
One of Louis'marshals,Bassomplerre, I safe such a collection is Miss Belene Willis 23: at Harlem. I have for sale acres .
>-< land oh St. Lucie river.IC .
was great at repartee. He had spent ten In BL Paul's one day a guide was of San Jose, Cal. A few days ago Albert Ida Pickwick, now 7 years old, will be low Eden 40 of which )etaK
I ,
in the Bastille and American round Hall captain of the football team of '
:years on emerging showing an gentleman trained again this year. quarter of northeast quarter
his majesty asked him his I tombs. said the Butler university, received a letter from ..
age. "Fifty, the "That air man. 18, township 88, south cf
sire. To the surprised look of the king I "his the tombof the greatest naval 'ero Miss Willis asking for a lock of hair I.r A.11 Job Wor1 !. he other 40 Is the n.-nse
the marshal added, "I don't count the Europe or the whole world boyer knew from each of the members of his team Have you seen it ? Seen what Why of southeast quartet rr

ton years I passed in the Bastille, because I -Lord Nelson's. This marble sarcough- to be accompanied by their autographs, the Walton own a sail Rapid or row Calking boat,Machine.don't fail to If nr't1.s't1.en11yKo'ttonup. township S8 south of rap:?'..41.
you V
I did not spend them in :your majesty's: bogus weighs 43 tons Hlnside that hi. and explaining the nnnsual request by have one on hand. It Is a great labor The above land can tn Imo 1

service. "Philadelphia Telegraph. a steel receptacle weighing 11 tons, and stating that she has a large scrapbook saver, and Is patented In the United per acre. It Is suittblt 'J'

I hlnside that is a leaden casket, "ermet- in which are placed the locks of hair States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A range, lemon or lime b'r'I.rl'W ,
II. Mwt Do ftoBwtklBf.An ically sealed, weighing over two tons. and autographs of most of the prominent few of the state rights will be sold at a W be sold In lots **

inhabitant whose heels were striking : Hlnside that hi a mahogany coffin hold. players of the past season. The requestwas reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton SLttilelZAotionQLlfrliZltoocl.: cash. This land will Goanper

sparks from the pavement a* he log the hashes of the great 'era" too later however, as the entire TUuavlUe, Fla.McElree'e [ acre. > d

walked entered the waterworks office, "Well" said the Yankee after think. team at Butler han been shorn of their ------ Apply to C. II.Y&I:1> :-&-.

selected his clerk and fierc announced, lag awhile, "I guess you've. got kirn.If shaggy look by order of Lieutenant De Wine of Cardul office rills ; or to Robbllll 4 '

"Sir, :you can send np and take:your old I he ever gets out of that cable me at trees, the military: instructor at Boiler,
gas meter out of my house." my expense."-New York Dispatch for the flowing looks are not oosidered and THEOFORO'S BLACK-DRAUGHT art Soils us your utk

"This is not the gas office." to be of strictly military appearance. for sale by the following merchants laTitusvtlU -Walton.I Rapid ;w
"It Isn't?" IndianapolU Journal.ctlltlt ord.ors. 1.\.00, t10.00, and tU.OO bin
Uk" B7.A : Fred S. Chaffee 4 Co. by many of the prlDclp&I

"No sir. This is the waterworks short time ago a young woman of Winter UIOUI for Wish N..*.t J,B.Screren, the North bee paPlph..1Imonlal.

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their bead* In every breewa "'Ii'. ''''' rI'ml.
w .*...*.t lay TtII:,""" '.r' ,i

per w u bird! rarol matln praise.as .., MELBOURNE, Indian River! ,' FLORIDA. t.. ........,.:. .. ... Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway.

down, and a' >yflubI all the round. Good FishIng .<; i----.. I
Open
and .hade coquetting, meet. year e II JOSEPH II. DUIlKEn, Itocoivor.
\ that rtoMMwSta I Hunting and Yachting. Rates ;: I I
,N pa*"... near 12: .50 and upwards. \\'K 1"\ANu.\ fli -. ... PHYSIOLOGY OF THE BRAIN TIn: FI.onmA hUTHHlNU.lt: to 'Jfl'lTEU AM LKROUTH U'\

i"ling,: wave that to the. shoreat Proprietress, MR*. I. M. GAUD. 'ill"" "...h.c'. Intf.||<*'nal U.iI-t'.t4Ira: ofAaaorlatlon INDIAN 1UVKU: STKIMIUUT: ('O. I LARK: WOUTH TEMIHs.: .
.
their lake Story I 10 like evermore.Otto my hM>rt withinI > ma I IJ Prate peal) ra','.It-Attire. M"lill*e"mfolt at "ornI"lo-, | : M''o.l.l II In Uie Krmarhabl Itleeeverj. r--- -I-._--taeevi: ( :1--- ::TinsrTille-'-;;l.ffert----- .lan.Oil----,-'1"I.--_ I.' r.lt:?: ---;;-

1I\.1e .tnnt thought no iwtpnta physiology of the brain a step ".. .. '... ...'.. Vc, ....I -e, "' "
$ HOTEL CARLETON fur tltm. omul HlilnK/< KHKI, i uukinjr/ Write I '.forward:... I lately beeu taken which rciaep 'I M" I''' ''''' ''' ..- .JA'ksi+N'jlt.UAt: .. l.'am' ,: Itp: ''' _.tIIIp';
:ItJ i; aometunes **m St rest. ILIIIIA. : 113 .., .
teiiuu the prubnui of intellectual aotivitv SUp I I' IIrAnjClt 1'.It. 501oh: I4ipin. .... ..
tt J, surging cans oppree.ed. I 11161' 14251 111'1\1''111"\\.. .. .. Magsolm' ,,: III.rlnlll, ... 114\1.1"1\ h".tnl "
oday to wearied brainrxtng Jacksonville Florida considerably more intelligible. ; 523p: 14111' . ,.0000-n..,.. "''1'rIIlItM.' .. .. .. atrsIn. Iosplul 'Uf''t
? problem com again..k The Lolpsio specialist for diseases of the tllIIII'1, 2:11I1' I : .. . ... ..static' . /dare'I2lea' ;
I : .... 1111.1'... .. .. .
mtwlo hath, 111MI'I 2Mp 1'1>1.11I11. It 4iam. .....
Ito eoothlnn forest path. palmetto {House{ .. mind, Professor Flaohslg at present reoI I 1110 I' sire I' hlIII"\: t'ommha .. . ... 4'1 1t..I. iii ."., ....
t, -d peace my JournalMARS' Onr aito po tom'e. ; tor of the university, has lately diioov- I IIVIII' aIcp iaamp 1"4hl\ .. . ..llunthyt1"n.'I' 'alll' n15am :
u aunt in Do ton Woman I It 47 I' a/"p 1131' .. ... .. .. .. rtlllS. . . IU.'. .14.m SM/jinl
v Bred that within the surface of the cere I 19i2a a..I' .... il2lla.: .,. ... .....locum. .. . ... .. aeaiitnwaal., ..... ....
TOM'S GRAVE. beam four connected definable 022rsep, 111:5.. .it'irsm aprings.. .. atoa lotssm ,
complexes: are '
x Under New Management, >*k DAYTOXA. rLOHIDA. I e1'a 424p 100 r 12I'ilp! ::: .:::. Ilerrstori! : .. : :'1 It au:, 501s51 "aia \ po'
closely another .
Lful Old Colored Servant Devoted + COMFORTABLE and HOME LiKE but eroontlally, dilTcring resembling from one the other : .1 aa'p 4 tcp: I: n I: 1JWpIr II ; I. .,,1'rland' ...I I.e .: :: : : : ::,1' 1017anu Ya.s5,I alnpie tllpnl: :

I to HI. Late Mater.LW Thoroughly renovated new plumbing of the In anatomical II .I 4W": 21ap" UIsi' .. drsnge'ItyJanelI..3. 2Mal" .DIC'III, ,1.nl, .
Mtmted' part oirobrnm iw'a 444 94115112,5., EntvprlwJunrlhm: I talon 5J6aln.
on the ttent I' ,11II"
a pathetic instance at Greene new furniture, new decorations! gas I Halifax River In Bank of the I Btrnrtnre. These four center lie in the 1iltia: atop 111II1' Ilnp" Ar 5anurd .. .1..,, 1:1'.m: ,: 111...s .u I /rp51"pin
lf r uegro's fidelity said W L. electric light steam heat elevator oval a beautiful grove of aa'a Snap aap IMP . .. \\ '''I.r l'a.k. .I Il2Iam'I Ta1aii, ij "a 1> 1"
a ialnutto trees; one mile from the .\t foro part of the frontal cerebrum, in the 3111. Ito atop lillI' .. .. .trlsunn. .. .. ... IIMpul ft..mlll.II'1n
|m,. a traveling man. "A bout ten annunciator, hot and cold bath, ele antic and within walking dUtimr I temporal lube, in the hinder parietal, 4Ica, : : 5 l' 24151 .. .. hl'li11uw5' "'' lltNllfl 11III11I, IJeS ut
town I saw a grave with easy Slna CMji& .. 4 4'i'Ar.:: :.:: Itarow I.e: Clop ::::1' I0InS51713a :
Ifroro the gantly furnished parlor oichtstra of1hechurches) andplaces of amimement 1 lobe and iu the tubule The extraordinary : 041 ..... ... SW11Ar .. .. .. 'rMIII,'" .. .. ,I.e Sutpml I plain
ble slab at U* head. Seated near Strictly flrsUclaos In every lespect.KATES' A goo\l livery stable\ U attached' to the development of these center oasou- IIMa, )III\I'!: .:..:,: .. .. 01011 Ar.'o::':.:::" rt.tamps. :. J..' 7I"IJ'nl'' .. 5/'stab. )
old negro with a bunch of house, from which 140411 ... +5555lY Ja1 ..
/ human Ille
an guests cm order tially digtiiiKniahe the brain At et'I nl
i he placing over the teams at a moment :.: ::: 1241 :: : me Its Lv.: : .. 1"Ilatka.: :.Ar :::::::: : : -m.I'"j;. : / +
lie
i which was -*2.50 to $".00 per day. not from that of the lower animal. Flooh- . 11.11': .. .. .... tlll..r'MII'n' . .. : atbpnl
t I stopped my horse and spoke the week and !Kites.J: : to $.11'er day: *12 to *n .lg mils them "int....llertnal center, or .. .. .. 41"1' ... .. 11:4. .... ..... Ila5It.nse. ..... .I.. .. lI/IIan'l ISSpo/
Special by to Commercial per week. M Houi. .. .. ... 4atp 1215'11 .... .. It.s.lu-tie.. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. hlaalt: 5slpiet.
"center of becanne
Those grave 1* that, uncle?' 1 ask Men concentrate the association activities of the organof they : :: :::. aI.: : :: :.;. .. ..i:IJanpAr'' /' . ./ .. .. .. 1.5 I :: :. : :: :. I SMaut: 55apnr.o 5oepm: :: :::

CRAPO & LeVENE .. ... .reap ,. .. II IJaap.ti . \II'.III'I'V ... .. tt0pin. ,
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. sense into higher units .. a sop ...?. 1a1p; ? .... .. ,. .. .Urs,, elake.. ... .. .,.. 41.al"l Ia'pnl
Man( Tom', boss. 1'ze hill nlgg\. Proprietors.ORMOHDBYTHESEA These centers do Dot exist in new .. .. .I' ., .. . 'h'1lll. . .. .. 1..1... .. .. SAun
You no man'* niggerDuln .. .. : top: .. .. ..n.lth..II lark .. .. .. .... TJlaii. Ilrem'i
ph, no are born ohildriiU Not till mouth later, ., .... :! At.... ...... .. .I.rrsburg.. .. .. .. .. .. ,.... .ITto ain fl lasIllM.p
't yon know that yon were COLUMBIA when all the rent of the cerebral ub- .. Ar..H nd5'nen .. iv. ,
HOTEL, stance has Iwcomo modulated, do throe '::: .: .Sas..3:: .: : : : : : ::::: .= ltnokmllle.';::'::'.. .;J Lv: ::..::.. _:: : .5smainIi" /41s51

Dnnno nnffln 'bout dat ah. I'ze x HOTEL x COQUINA x Centrally Located centers, with which the child begin to ::":; : :: ," ''.::::::: :: :.:Jneksmvllle.' Mnrord.. .. ..:: "':J 7tnan I10511I:I AIIApin I :eipto: :::

Tome nigga, sah an he's waitin on St. George think develop. The "center of a ocla- .. :A.plr. .. ..... .. 1'AIIII.a . . .,le C41I'. 1,1. .1 1linpinCTMS
teiuah dah. Dose ban' done Street. tlon" connected .. .. .. .... ... U"I.I. ....... .... .. 14rrt"w .... . ... At Il'sI" .... 5I5so
up are by numerous
eye .. S na I .. .. Furl.trade .
Tim) frum dat place doy call Shiloh tern of fit*'rs. Fluchnig draw a con : : : 5105 .:. 61up atop::: :. .. ..ih.clingltron: :::::1. = Ii5, Ic: ::: : :: :::. C$15 Slides u

died while I wah totin 'im. 4 +- Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Park, of .. .. 11M5 I.... . TI"pAt.. .. ., ., Anwds. .. .. .. .. .IMsu' .. .. .. . Taistn
k between thorn and "center
tract the .. ... ... ... ir ..
flints
and a full view of the ? 41.1. 1116.Ar., 10..1" .. 15 5 n'.l. a :se s nl
loved he eye an went ter sleep, Ocean and sense, the center of eight, hearing, :-:-- 12551: lone .:.... Lv.---: ,lsekaomlhe:. : At 21M1hm' saipuit4Mp i

I en 1 come ter cross de ribber ofin FLORIDA. rolling breakers from the 1lanall. smell touch eta, which prodnoe lower .. .. 1220: I' .... .r.,.. EnlrrbrlseInnrtlo11: I SWam 2165151"
.. .. .. ... .. . .. .. .
hole out his ban's an he l19p: 2:tip .nt..rl' ''' 'M' III I .MII' lit
he jest nnita. They receive the perception .. . .. ., .. .. . .
2851
|le angel at de gate who 1 be, an he which are conveyed to the brain by the .. : : : m: 3 s I: .: I'r.:: .1 :::: . .. I": : ::: Ii legpet 55pso: :: :::

o fa I dreamed 'bout it la*' night, OPEN DEC 1 1st W M, TEAHEN Proprietor exterual organ of sen no. In the center T:4p -aatp ..... .At ....... ..TII.I\lII.- .:'-.. -...: Lr ta4asu'- '12lil

1:1: : : Ar 11i1krs ;:: :: ; tdlao ..
of sense originate seunadon. It i* onlyin Ar Tt.rrs.. : 'II.v. Iselass._ :
| interested in the old fellow -- --
was centers of association however with =

anted to hear his story. The slab Oas Electric hells and perfect system which they are connected by Innumerable Jllckllnvlllt'. (Indian n. Y.llpt10) : a i.v 1IIYIIII'IIIIII'I'"IIII'1I111IIt'"r1W: \ 4 x 11\

grave told me that it wa that of SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are of Sanitary nerve fiber, that their contents are Ix. Sanford' 1 M r I t.v. hotel I.nko 1YurtkI"R'( I.g.) 10 23 aIr.

reel Tom Winn, killed at the battle Specialties at Ormood.B3T" Sewerage converted into thought The activity of TilllRvllle (wharf) 4 eM11' : hv lintel 1hh'rl': (Hlvl""I1)) lU.j\) : 1\ I
Iilob, and I questioned the faithful the center of sense i* directed outward 1.1''. TitIlMVIl1" (dally: ex SnnllI: )') 4 lip! ))n" .''nnovl"( Lake W"llh'It I") 11 a.. a i
)1)115 lintel Indian H.. 1lt'klt'ljtt': 711C11' iv Jnno (via .1. ,t 1.. W. 1/y./ ) II r.o ahue
j> further: : For Circulars. addiesn Green Cove Springs Florida -that Ii, they receive the impulse to )) Jupiter ((fnllowlnlf doy). ll01): : I AI'. .'npltt' (dally; ) 1l: :lI':
[flow old are uncle the exercise of their function fro.n
yon ,. .
I. Jupiter (.1..11) ) 12: 4.1 p Iv Jupiter (.IIIlIy ex. !\IIlnlI.I\' ) IIMII'1' ( )
Most a hundred. I reckon sah. SEISER & YINING Managers without The center of association on .\ Jupiter (via J. & I. W. Itt ) I :llll' Ar. hotel lhdlau lt? (Ibn'kledge: ) ''7101\

Was yon in the war?' the other hand only establish tbe "in I.. JIIIIO (via I.akl' Worth I'\tr.' ) 180: I' IvIntel/ Indian It.. (!tu'klt..rAl' ) tI'llll\

|Went wif Mars' Tom, sah I'ze his ORMOND- THE SEA. tellectual link" between the center of hue HutI'I HI'h'I'I' (Uhlt'III) :.11M) I' I )hue Tltllltvllll (dally ex Sund.q ) 11 4'i a1)ue

i, an he's in heaben. I'ze jest STt CLAI HOTEL. 161)86. They elaborate the impressions lIutell..ko WOllh (II.eW.i.g) 21ti: p, I.v. TUn"vllll (whlll) 1:1: 2(11)11ueRoyal

tin till dese ole bones, weary trab- of the senses, tboir activity i* directed ) 1'lln'lana ((1'11111I 11.) 3IMp Ar JlIckMonvlllIIIdll"IHlver( : ) 6 (IC) P

over de road '11 take me ter der flask: and Kernel. wholly inward they are the bearer of -, -
ole Dally t Dully eu-rpt\ Mun.U)'. t Dally exi'ept VnmlHyAildltlmial .
when Mars' Tom'11 help his Gent-I have called the all that we call experience, knowledge, |
on recommendation .
ImllHn Itivrr.rrrlcb l aptu.nted| In locus Tltiovlllc 7 :ml a. III.. Mudats
!> ober of a friend to have my por FINEST LOCATION AT THE SPRINGS. cognizance, principle and higher feeling Weduraitavaan.5 Yrldav.' fur HIM -'.r.M'.r sill way '' Id lurnliiit, lease MiliKiurncat -
Were you with him when he was trait painted, but I should like to knowIf *, and alllO of language.The :: tam a. m, Turailux; : Thursdays: soil)i' Hulunlay ,ibis ,.i'I'tilllt S p. m,

ir importance of those center appear IIMAN ('A It Mt:1IC'YIT..lu: :: parl.ir HiilTet un In.lw.rn .lai..kmuivlllr. Tampa
you can take me in my fur coat and I lusts Unnla; C'heir' "MfA InUtka' I" llnMilmtlllK. Train No. TI iliiillmi Itlvrr r.>|......' Parlor'
I was right dar, boss. Done pickp Artist-Oh, certainly I Fact is, you very clearly if we follow their development miffetf-anJiuliwinvllU-to. 'ruii' vlll... Train :Nit :ift. Iliiffi .liv|.Inic ear :\iirktnlnrtTiiiiiia,
an toted 'im ter dat place dey HaYing unobstructed view of in newborn children. When Train NIK IA' Itniret' ilnrpliiir: tar(;Im IhnHtl I aiuUm \limiiitlllK to Tempi.| Truln! Nn 7H, iirlnr Iliif.fttianlMtwran .
animal :
know I am an painter!-llumoristische ,,,,
.
Hints (Innla, Tmniaanil '* cm I Ills; Parlor I lluirvl Care lru| lll M Jsekum.! .
orinth. Den I found a train; got Blatter. the inner development of the centers of .llli>, ihiilrrara ltr,5ksvllladrl'alstka., TnlnNn.riaunetUtydog' | ira I'i.rl Tampa| to hew
o> place dey call Chattanooga. Dedayw6wah sense is completed after the third \tirkamlTaiiipatfitlmliuwtlW .
the .S1. Johns River II, ('Or'KIN." Iv. H DrNIIAM, It II. ,
in Atlanta. Mar Tom A Trlfl EmbarraMlnir.Acquaintance month, the intellectual center begin (AHir
ten Suit JT. A K. (tn',. Hiiit| Fbirlila Hmillwrn IUt. On Mnpt'I IndMitre I $tht ('0.
a his glory. Die heah nigga lef'en -Mr. Bullion let me gradually to form and more and more (I. D ACKHtl-Y Innvral Passenger Agent, Jm'k ,,"vlllc.Ma' .

his body. Dey buried 'im when Introduce my friend Jones. I've Just nerve fibers hoot forth from the cent or

'im heah, an die nigga jest lef ter been telling him how you made your of sense into those new regions, ending

bu grabe an keep de flower byah. Thoroughly Renovated Hot and cold close: to one another in the cerebral cortex Jacksonville

found upon inquiry that the story pile.Mr.. Bullion (slightly deaf)-Glad to Sulphur Baths In the hotel. Only about one.third of the cerebral ,

true, and for a quarter of a century know you, Major Pyle.-Cbioago Trib- cortex i* directly connected with

\utbfnl negro had done nothing but 1II1e. MARTYN & EDGERTON. those of the nerve fiber, on which con St. Augustine

d tbe grave of his young master, oiouRnea of sensory Impreuion depend -

body be brought from northern *. Two-third of the oerebal cortex & Indian
River
siiippi to central Georgia. "-Ciniti -- -------------------- -- -- Lave nothing to do with this function
Enquirer. : but nerve the higher purpose of the
J\O. P. McCALl. "center of association. The organ of Railway.

I The Application Embarnuaed. the mind, says Flechoig, distinctly

I ere lives in a certain small town a INRI. RIVER I3OTEL4 'shows a collegiate constitution Its u aA T'.... Tnl.lf. In rff: r. Mar. IHIIi, 11"".

1 minister who has a large family counselors are grouped in two lenate' ,
All Rail t tto; Lake: Worth via. St. Augustine Ormond and
r h ma salary does not begin to cover the member of one of which bear name ,

rally), so the congregation have do- ; such a* sight, hearing, eto, while those Rockledgo. -

ll 1 cast off clothing for the children. TITUSVILLE, i of the other are called center of a**o-
South Bound. North Bound.
leven the poor minister's: wife goes _- \, Indian Rivor. ciation. .. ,
arch in The latter however like the ""' /.a. u'
the last year's bonnet and are, So.23 lIuil. 311 a ISo.I'J'SII.3MI"u.: ,..

I< of a deacon's wife. The poor lady tit Fla. former, not of equal importance. In I.vJa...nrovlle. .. TV's: Iii 1111 if"" I' T5 I.r t1 I'.h") hra'h -. :- -. luna I3 a lit

grown! used to this and does the best --. u complicated intellectual work indeed Ar$1.A'gnstlne. .atllllllI a IIJU" Sill I' 1.111.1.... .. .. .... . 2tsta
LF z_ work all four LvItt.Auguatlne. SSalle I Utie, p I." W. JUl'II..r' .. .." 3 a TMaii
can with the conglomeration of J\O. P. MtCJlLLMA" they probalby together, I.' 1I..lIlIjC.. .. .. 1.14111': Lr 1I".II..nllll.. .. .. .. .. sat a III
*, cloak and hats which are sent but pathological experience shows n* Lvitsetl'alstka $2'4aIJMp 1."Ahrl. ... .. .... . . .?. 5taam

a though tragic. the However result, she is has sometimes always b A.KII.sfwwPfl that one 1* center disturbed.may be Tbe intact language while, another for lrrll''alatk.slalka.- : ..::::: = = 1J_:1I'' :-'r !:H; ..::.:.::.:: :: ::.::::,,11': : 5 535 5c.laul at a s 'ml m '

that she Optic All The YenrAoiWj iuBtttnoe be confuted, while the t.: can Mates, .1o41 a in p l.r Fort tier' ....I.ii I w a s ri'' us
did nobly the children < may : :: : .
by 51 / Ssn ilateu 11 MI a _ l.r: Kt I.I,,'I,, : :: : sea : i'SoUrmind
''f the dresses and coat and cloak apprehension of the outer world i* not ) .,. Inlla: 2.111: I' .. . .:. I." 1I1.IIMur". . .... I81 I' II .14 a toI.elnmmd

trousers were misfits none was ever au f v ( ? -- yet perceptibly altered, or, on the other Lv Urilenel: : Jllno:,.,'mails 111Cts 2 Sa5p 4. p ..... .. Iv I.eSaris: 4.u :U.llle.' .. : ::::. : 'I4t 'plU: : mIv

nil enough to say anything about it u"'t I 'A airy >I f, Only a few mi mi ten* hand the language may loom correct, laytona lot's III' p .. .. .... I."U..I..lj(. .. ... 2:1ul.lltIOa.: ..
Sunday however she dressed the N ,,.. t sma.u_ ., rN' Rl;n idi walk from Hallway station whereas the conception combine to I." I."rt (1..111/. 310 p . Le C'evn ....,. .. .... ,12/N p lit

hopefuls with great care and o and bteamboat landings form utterly seubeloM delusion The Lr I.:, (New uk r.i.:: rls.. ::: .It des Vi's n. :: I.v: TI Pity tms.s l'.dnt.Ills', : : : :: .. .. .anlpIJ46pu' .Ia IJ p: nIIv ,

hwi them to 1 of expressing knowledge by lan Ttuvile) ) ., 11117. 4:1111': 1.(1,11 11111. ..., .. I4.p 115 p (u
the church. She was a power . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ......
I.' ('It, lbmt 4Mp l.vhewSuyrns 4a.p I"' '' '''
e late, and just as she opened the ;, I ,, > On the banks of the guage evidently! depend upon another I... (..M.... . .. 451p I.rlnrtIIraig.... ..,... .... 9ulpu' t
< and started bus '** far famed Indian Klver center than the power of grasping the I.vlba.kledge..124l'. lilli' ? I.rlwyWns. .. .. .... .. ... 42'll' atepm
d up the aisle her I." .:all u.lli.. . Ilr'l' 114111' Art""' .....,. .... .. .....4:11"1:111: : I' m
thundered from the pulpit "Even NSW M11N11G2'MINT.THE : natural connection of thing Mental I." IIa.... II 411 I' .... .. I.' ('nn"mI 4:11I: I' 2 m I' isI
non in all his "CJ"NDErt. disease are canned by the destruction of Mell.onrrie. : 661 hr Iirnumd Jnno .. 1 M, p, a 4.' m
glory was not arrayedone Thu Fleohig 5.5: litl.urls.: : : :: 1I31'1 1 :: :. :::: ArCastI'sisrss.:: :...,.. '. Stop: /jui I:
of the centers of association. -
these. He did not see the - I.Ynr/I'tsree. 3aq' :* Ar/aIITibte'i T'
but the congregation tittered and ha proved that *o called softeningof I., relen. .. .. a25p p I.ht.nMaten./ .... .. mLvStuart

mother"11 Sentinel was ready. to cry.-Indian- the brain for the(dementia moot part paralytica to alteration) i* restricted 1.vAlirla.LvJanvu: .. ...... <. : i 11 y : : : : .HiT. hr Arl'.hllr 1'alalka.. ......;;.;.. S...... .. t 1rJ;; ; m

and U I.v H"In. Snund. .... ,. aM .. .. Lv ... .. / Mi p m
In the intellectual region L"W..ul.l..r. ... 4241'! sic "I. .. ArIII Augusthi.h 301'/ 41111'u,
DI'\M'IIID. an Illuloa. WALTON RAPID CALKING MACHINE canned by atrophy of the nerve fiber I.v .. : I.e 56 Augustlnr Tills Sin. 610 p m
ue of my readers want to know the Therefore the thought get into confused w :r'Ii'i:: ; ;: Ia.p; ; ::a ArJaekr.uvllle.. : ,: Sl6stestis : : see pin

'** pronunciation of tbe word Patented In the United State, Great Britain and Canada.in entanglement the power of remembering JAIIT!: COAST ANIs WEST: ('Oil?. I EAST COAST INIt 1v EST COAST,
"
JMhonj a is i* lost and the mind produce new
always a painful
1'Is. lit. Augustine. OmoDd and Orange Yls Tltnitlale and Enter"rl. Jana

*i to that ut newspaper to dispel editor the prevalent know ev-11- Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders in the United States.TITUSVIIJ.E and London strange Standard.image*.-Berlin Letter in tidy J.srtlnu. tics


cant' but owing I suppose, to the Extracting Teeth by Electricity. -ItN'TIL-- -- I STATIONS -ImUTIt NoNo 111 8T4TJOl No 31
that
t wa taught Latin and Greek No. 1Nu,21: No 14 11eTY.I.r
FLOmDA.1 i Trials have been made at London _
'J' Youth when I ought to have been J.A'k..n.1l1e Ar I. .-.-.. L" W 1'.1.., kwhir46ji
In/r/ m, I ; with new apparatus for the extraction I 141" '' 8t. Augunlae' H I asp .. ... : Yi" .rt PIsnts 1 a'pSinn" I
tongue of the living of teeth by electricity. It ooniiit of an 1..I..a. S/6p .. Melbourne' atop
Powii up ignorant of the proper wire lists H flrD.nd 48si' .. 1..1., tau: CI"m. 6455ie
induction ooil of fine
extremely .
"nation of : 415 lisytona 4 WI' .. ihs ...Ij{. ....eel. I Inp
'' of Llanthony All I can I having aa Interrupter that can vibrateat I ".1116. Yew Smyrsa ..... .. . Tltuevllls L. 4w
i > gent'ralldea that in Welsh I h ass Hdei Saul., I la Titusrllle' Ar 51 '
the 450 time aoooud. The ,
t rate of a I..t : : : IH'I :
of :. .. .. .
>fci Towels and is l0* Arl ir.sga fl.v Eolurprla.Jun l.v S
I 01 consonants are II-.ItII..ItIt. i patient lit in the traditional armchairand I." I." /I I Ar a Itsts 3scmpAI lIIt"t".1 I.r ii
I Cltl1"n.u"n
'' "j vowels sounds which no take the electrode in his isq. Ar l.r I 4 wry. 6 aq. Ar 1 of iINij
!il negative : : :I : : L"W'::;:! '
man can But I' WIohrPark I 51ep 5anp k2111" !'
imitate. (1241
'of hope to SEWARZ : left hand and tbe positive in the right IrI.Dd" 12: ... 1311) I 'iii. c irlaidu ( /,
.{ at readers can throw light", . lit' Klmlmuui 111I1) Kialmmee '.' .
any )' 1Mt. 112' ''
Uant,, Oy" I shall [ Insist of InlUtloatrad I At this moment the operator turn on a 51051" Tauryn, "II a1', . .. .. ...... Tampa 40'Mt
"P*" be happy to asm on marluM4 current whose intensity U gradually increased T.n.,. Pay hotel e ... .. .. 1615" Tsmpa lire hotel I 5115.
"tmg It-London Troth. -1 label 6200"1" I"rtTamps .. .. .15Zp I'unTampa e'itI1a
till It ha attained the utmost :: : !
I'u.ta4l.nda .. :::: .. Yunhh.rit I {
Carra'. Ketort. limit the patient can support The extractor Ieellp, ",. !'etersburg I' .. ... .... . .. III !'etersburg IMiI
"fan 1* then put in circuit and fattened a.-
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. re.'lft friend was Uckled by the '!I ARI1D HAft\ft\EK SODA on the tooth which under the All train' dally tween Jai ktontrlll* and M AuicUKtlneTrain .
.T"lit apropos of the jury qs> tion of the vibration is loosened main uf J Augustine run dally eset:t .Honday, .
od was bragging of his at- ac-I Train M,n. a* and T* make .0.to|.. between Ja< .konllle and Ht Ancu.tlna..
.111 tin t. 'i and once. The operation 1* performed Train ti. make. lora stops .between JK.kwmTlU and Ht AuKiutiu, but south of .t.Aa...tiu4U4W
said With trial b11 "D HA&t quickly, and the patient feel no .tallon nppualte whh h time U ba
"' iced. and. by the blessing -' ; r:1, II and TN carry HurTi-t 1'.rl..r fare lietween J'II.nllle and Meat I'altti Uses
* trial I sensation than the pricking produced in Train 3B carries rulltuaa liulTet Him In? rar en route front New York to Ht, AagtMltfieTrain .
I. ,. by jury I will die!I" packages -t the hand and forearm by the current J7 I* eumpuawl cirltiilTelr of I'uUiuaa car, eze.l'tlnj on Monday, when tiaiai U
-" 1 1 Curran in amazement .quoqed witb r.gular
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made London titiv- Tnl.IS earrlea I Vi.ID.4 Sleeping, Cars n rests HI aufiutln. to New Turk via f.
J up your mind to be I lin i ,
tr ,? CAP sad Houtbera Railway
5 oo more than inferior package soda- : A portrait of a man matched on bone, Trat.1n.ess.ned.srlu.lelyofl'u11wnSleepingsndINilig ear. Ht. AnguMln to Yew
unl. York via Atlantic Coaat Use,escepUnc on Hundair* when train I* equipped with regular eaarhea.
r.". PaU.t [ spoils the flour, keeps soft and Is apparently the shoulder blade of a beep Train 7s carries buffet rtrl..r car Weet falm itew.h to JarkHMTlll*, alto IMlfniaa t bevln(
I. ASaerlem in tl world.Ride wa found la 1837 in a Swiss lake ear en rush Ht Aun>tlne to New York Ha Atlantis Cuwt LineInim .
lrq patent ranted In America nasally acknowl&tftJ purest 74 earrlea hulfet.farlur ear West falaa Hew h to HI A ira.tln*.
I dwelling u'_.Kea on Irmln* 31 ao4 J* have Twenty M!..!., fur Ulnner at Ortoond .J...,......
kiecht y the general GOU It co..1fcw Tort. jurtigsn on t and 74 hare tea mlnutM for luacB al Onuond Juwtloa.Tl .
1\\. 1646- to Jenks only (7 CHUXCB Wheat 1* mentioned lathe Scripture 'a TlmevTabl. the time. at which train nay be ported to arrive and d!' art fjnm
:,tilt) aster W4 3' er-s 5S7Wb 5.Rdt5Sear..4lf..rIleseteleebislals.JIZ. the *. w U .titbm., r-w.... arrival or departar at the tines stated I. coil KMarautM MW *a
XI of a wheeL A *ao- I tIt1 M well known grain and under' wide the Us 'may void I...).' reepoaalbki for say delay ut soy rouMMiueiwe. aruiluK iUer r m.

"sroD7ban rtcenUy been placed 1D cultivation J. R. ATBOTT. JO$EPH JICifARIIn/1Y.
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8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 5, 1895.



TOUJIXAMKXT AND 11ALIAnnnnl II'IOIIRt! Church HfMlcpH. of in Latest U.S.Gov't Report \
Highest all Leavening Power.-! THE HOBBDBHBAHAM

Content for the IlnnnerIlrvvard Lent services will lie held every
Wednesday evening at 7S50: up to Holy
Week. Lectures on the church history Bakins
will be delivered. Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.

Capture First Frier. Litany every Friday morning at 10 Royal

The eighth tournament and annuAl o'clock, up to Holy Week. LAW, LOANS, REAL EST\ Tr
content for the banner took place on Powder ,
Saturday afternoon last In front of Hole
CoquinA, Ormond Beach, and a more Till UXJISLATUJin We have for sale a large list of carefLselected'
delightful day and payer scene ban not
been witnessed on the Kant Coast of Convened at noon last Tuesday. lion ABSOLUTELY PURE Indian River Properties,

Florida In a long while. An ADVOCATI: Fred A. Myers was elected president of Lands the Florida \
representative was on the spot and the senate and Hon. Wm. L. Jennings ---------- -- --------- Agents for Sale of of ast l\

noted that the beautiful, silvery anti hard speaker of the house, both unanimousj! They Will Encamp Soon. Genuine Bargain In teal Canal and Transportation Co

beach was crowded with carriages! four. The senate and house then organized for Estate. CANAL LA1VDS.Florida
:Ju-hond and tally-ho coaches, filled to business. .
The Indian River Guards will Into
overflowing with visitors, while chairs I In go Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa Key West
The governor's I III a readable at Tallahassee Hallway rm
message the of
camp on 7th Mayor ,
great number were scattered along the document, but our space will not permit ( ten days, general orders No. 4 having No. 1. Twelve acres of hammock Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River' Loan and Inve,. medt C beach for the purpose of resting the Its publication In our columns. It I II been l received by Capt. A. T. Feaster on land at Sharpes postoffice about800 feet other Low Priced Land
weary. The balconies and stairway of full of good intentions but, like the Wednesday from Adjutant-general Patrick front on Indian River, and runs back to 1Wonoy: to; XjocvnA.lxvvy on na
Hotel well Coquina, and also the high bluffs, comptroller's report, somewhat Inconalstant. Houstoun, of Tallahassee, to that county road; has upon It a house of six At Ten per cent, in suns to tutt.
were packed with sightseers, who It starts out and closes by impressing effect. rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,600;
:loudly applauded those who took part I In upon the legislature the In view of this fact, Capt. /easier barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Property.

the sports so kindly presented for their necessity of retrenchment and of reducing wishes It to be distinctly understood by grove of COO large bearing trees, In fine Titusville. Florida.
delectation that afternoon by Messrs the his condition before the freeze and will soon
appropriations, but the body of company that no member will be ,
Anderson A Price, the popular and well the document urges the necessity of excused from any of the drills (except Incase recover and bear good crop. Remainder
.known proprietors of The Ormond. linger appropriations for various purposes of slckdess) between now and the of land cleared and Is of best quality for
The tournament banner has been con such -as the Insane asylum and encampment; and any member disregarding vegetable farm.: This property was held Fred S. Chaffee & Co
tested for eight times. In 1887 It was the creation of new offices, such as an this order will be dealt with I firm at $0,000 one year ago will sell today \Jf
won by New Smyrna knights against inspector of the convict camps and a severely by the court of discipline. The for $3,800; 11,000 cash and $2,200 ,
companies from Enterprise, Osteen and commissioner of pensions for the Atlanta Captain says that there Is no time to be 'nay remain on mortgage. This Is a
Ormond; and In 1888 was held by their! exposition, etc. So It Is quite lost If our boys mean to make a good most desirable place for a home, good
champion against Daytona and Ormond. evident the legislature has quite a task showing this year, which, as this Is the location, clove to ,postoffice, school, -* THE CORNER DRUG STO
In 1889, 1800: and 1801 It was won by before It In cutting down appropriations largest company In the fifth battalion, church, etc., and in a nice neighborhood
Daytona; In 181U: and 1804 by Osteen; and at the same time creating new they have In their power to do. We The bare land alone is almost worth the
but In 1805 It was Brevard county's turn offices, enlarging the Insane asylum and rust the Indian River Guards will do price asked.
to capture the banner which was done state exhibit at Atlanta but It their best hold TITUSVILLE FLORIN
making a to their good reputation.
with house
tract
amid vociferous applause from the onlookers. to the occasion. No. 2. Thirty acre ,
may prove equal of artesian well, large
eight rooms, portion
A bill has already been Introduced by
The lists 400 feet with '' cleared, etc. adjoins hotel propertyat
were five rings ;
Senator the time for full stock of
Chipley extending A Good lUo,' Wetry to keep a
Gallic. The land
with Sarno Eau
100ft. between and near
space ; as each taxes of 1804 until 181),' ,
paying August
horse and rider, with tilted lance, rode This Is for the relief of our people, who alone Is worth more than price we quote, Pure Presh Drugs of Best Qua:|
gallantly forward to secure the rings, have been Injured by the destructive The prayer meetings of the Titusville $2,250. The owner refused $$;,000 a year Purity, Freshness and Quality In Drugs is a very Important matter
loud the greeting he received he Men's He must sell without delay, and
was as frt'ezel. Young Christian Association will ago.
secured each one. The following Is the Senator Thompson, In order to save hereafter be held every Sunday afternoon has authorized us to take $2,250; ; $1,250 A good line of Toilet Articles Stationery, Cigars, Etc,
from 4 cash, balance remain on mortgage.No. .
.score. expenses, Introduced a resolution to ad. to 6 o'clock, In the Ray may
TIlE' HIIIR' FOR TUB: IIIOS.t ourn sine die on May 7th, which was building on Washington avenue, one 3. Two hundred and eighteen We run oar Business in "Up-to-Date" Methods. ===
2 a door north of Capt Fischer's
It 1-1't' sect a.6 Total rings I ost. instead of at the Presbyterian church.bakery, acres of land at New River; has a quarter jy Special attention to mail orders. We will try and fill your wants bj
Rob IIlnKI..tonlIrnard 004 rg. a rgs a rgs 14 Senator Morrow ha been assigned a All men are Invited of a mile front on New River Sound just as well. if you called In person. All order for goods im stock Ihippe:
11 S 1 1i. 1036RueksklnJoe place on the committee on appropriations attend young cordially to and half mile front on the canal. Des day they received. We want your trade.
these
Ormond, meetings.
.argInore3rg.I.6 a 1-6 1dH. II on agriculture on canals and telegraph The reading.rooms, where the cription as follows : Lot 3, 4 and 8 of
Raulernm Orange 00", 3 rge 2 rKI 4rltA eI on militia and on Indian affairs. and other and dally section 13, and lot S and northeast quar-
I a 2-1110 bills Introduced in the papers a miscellaneous
Thirty-six were ter: of northwest quarter of section 25,
C Ruekman, Iuyaloo., 3 sshe.rKI II rJllIl 10.rJA sga.1:1: senate and twenty-nine In the house, up collection literature will of interesting be on hand,and will profitable be In township 50, south range 42 east Read Read! Read!!
F. Carlile, rnard co. 4rlf" 31'-13 to Wednesday night, but we cannot give open Price $13 per acre. W. believe a purchaser
easels 2-610. their provisions in this Issue. very evening, commencing on Monday could sell this land at $30 per
Ed. !lowland.state Hsine 3 rg.1 vg 9 rga ee46 W. It. Sanders Is next, the 8th inst. In the near future,
assigned a place on acre and double his money as soon as
110 1101 If the association Is assured sufficient WRITE TO THE
Mid Oooorne, Ih'eurd 00., 4 rge 3 rJllIlrJll 12 the house committee on immigration. funds steamers begin to run through the canal
the
to meet
The ADVOCATE expects to present Its expense, a gymnasium next December. We this land
111111/3-11113-1193.1' own our
Singleton, Ilrevard co", rg [ rg.4r-14 readers with I abstract of all outfit will< be added for the benefit of the
rg.h an measuresf selves, but need money to develop other
Txank Carlilo and Lyman Singleton, Interest which may Im acted upon, Inour those members.persons We who understand will contribute that a list to-of| enterprises, hence offer it at a price L. B. DARLING FERTILIZERIf C

tied their total In the first three rides future Issues. wards such an end Is now being taken, which will Insure early sale, $1I; per

.being 10(>> rings. An extra ride was given and we trust that those who can will do I acre.No.
them on the tie,'Frank Cailile taking 13 The Sandcrs-Hnrlow Wedding. their utmost to promote the undertakingwhich 4. Tire north three-fourths of F10r1.d..o.,

rings in the four rides and Lyman Singleton we feel sure will tend to unite southeast quarter of section 7. and of If you are in,need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain
14 rings. the yo'ung men of this town In the closer lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, south Special Low Frises for cash with order.
THE: PRIZES. Referring to the above wedding, one ends of friendship. of range 41 east, containing 150 acres.
of Urbana's papers says "At the homeof Visitors\ to town are cordially Invited This tract has a large frontage on the Don't :Miss -
The following Is a list of the names of Mr. E. W. Barlow, 446 East Church to the prayer meetings and the use of St. Lucie River, two miles from the rail- This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fe/UHzers at about cost to I
winners and the prizes: at 7:00 o'clock last evening Mr.
IItrf'et. the reading rooms. road crossing. Price $15 per acre. Manufacturer
lit prize-Hob Singleton, Brevard Co., J. T. Sanders, of West Palm Beach, Fla.,
ullvor spoon wllth gold decoration, 14 and Miss Elva Barlow were united In No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township Southern Office and Warehouse Jacksonville, Flag.
rings. marriage, Itev.'Oeo. W. Dubois, of the Sloop 1'or Sale. 37, south range 41 east, containing 77 Rear of 2e- West Bay Street, on River Front midway between Hail j
2nd-Courtland Duckman, of Duval, First M. E. church officiating. On account acres. This tract has a quarter of a Laura Streets 53T Send for rocket MemorasJa Boot. '
Ormond souvenir spoon, 13 rings. of the recent death of the biide's For sale, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl3ft: ; mile front on the St. Lucie, River at
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.3rd-Mid Osborne, Hrevard, silver other only the Immediate family relations tonnage, 18 27-100; In first-class condion. Stuart Station. Price $33 per acre.
knife were Under the New sails bead-room in cabin.
urange 12 rings. present. super-
4th-Lyman Singleton, lirevard, set of I: vision of Mr. Rodger Murphy, the florist, Beat party or trade boat of her size on No. 6. A tract of twenty-one acres, :EL J:..,.. BR.c3:: :: :c Y,
,silver studs and buttons, 10 rings. the room had been elegantly and pro.fnaely the river. Price, $40000. Apply to fronting on BIscayne Day, at Ewanton
6th-Frank Carlile, Urevard, .silver decorated with I favors:, hyacinths E. C, H. Tyndall, Wavetand, or Capt. Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut Grain Garden Seed Fertilize
spoon with Hotel Oi'mond etched In the and cut flowers. The wore whitecarnations. Peter Nelson, Titusvllle, Fla., where she Grove. Price $5,000. This prfae may Groceries Hay
bowl, '10 riogs.flth After the ceremony a dainty may be seen. *tf seem high, but if you.will try to buy any ,
-Herman Haulerson, Orange Co., dinner was served by the well known land fronting on Biscayne Day, in good I call Attention at the People of Indlani River to my Stock of
*\mite metal card case, 0 rings. atercss, Mrs. Boyd, which consisted of location, you will get your eyes opened Fri
{ Ac
CrroccricM
7th-Ed. llowland, Maine, aluminium oil the delicacies of the season. For Sale.A as to prices asked in that section. This 5tnplo U'wney ,
clptrette holder, 6 rings. "Mr. Sanders Is a well known practicing tract is the only desirable parcel we And Food ProductsOf

7th-Buckskin Joe, Ormond, lings.. attorney of West Palm Bcach, and pineapple plantation of twentyacres have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. All Kinds. Also :My Stock .(
The price asked, $ ,(Xj(),will yield
us a
iliss Elva is one of our best known and "
By the above It will be seen that the on Indian River; dweltwg and
tidies. After fair profit, and we are satisfied that Grain Bran ]IeaGotoan4
: remaining Cotton Seed
popular
young houses under Hay
Vrevard boys did remarkably well-carrying 'lere until the middle of next week they packing ; two acres irriga- nothing similar can be bad at a.. much ,
off four out of In the Lion for vegetables. Enquire ofCUA.II
,prizes seven ;
Beach where will higher price. This tract will: no doubtbe Fd and WbeM.
will Palm
to they
, go II. lIoWLAJm.Waveland ,
tilt for the and three out of
rings, prizes
six In the horse race. make their future home, and where the Flad sold within a few weeks. I am the onlr.houle on ladlaa River dealing exclusively in the abort E
After the tournament, Messrs. Ander- test wishes of a host of their friends NOTE::-The above description will Coeds. I will Nil close invite your correspondence and s
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lion &: Price entertained the contestants will follow them. enable customers to looate the several you patronage. Tory truly
right royally at The Ormond, and the properties very closely by examiningone 33. X :n.AD

Brevard boys started homewards Sunday -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, of the J., St. A. & L H.. Ky com
elated their pany's railroad but Wit will be
morning highly over sueens. maps
No one, $5; No. two, $10; No. three, $15
(' pleased to send special maps on a large &
THE: HOUSE! RACE.: Ituivlllo, Fla. scale, on application. to parties who FEASTER BKEITWISCH, r\
mean business and Intend to buy if they
The following was a 400 yards' dash, can find such a bargain All-they want.
: A.TIII 1t 11CPOUT.
TITUS'ILJ.IVJ
and the horses and riders came In In the Successor to L. A. Coleman.
ROBBIES Jt GRAHAM Co.
t ,
following order: t

"The dash," one heat, was won by The following Is a comparative statement Titusville, Fla. Wholesale i1 FLORIDA MEATS -
the Lyman Singleton, In ---------- ----
gray pony of temperature and rainfall for the ---- De9Jera Ia
24 4-5 seconds, 400 yards; second, the week ending Wednesday, April 3, '1)5: L. E. Mt'NN. .'....t. 8. O. VANLANDI\rHA. SMV TrtuuPIKENIX ,
bay Bob.Singleton, in seconds. ,, Orange and Vegetable Growers.
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1804 1895.
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Lyman Singleton, 1st prize, 110 MILLS LUMBER CO. F
Bob Singleton, 2nd 'I 9 DATE: MAX. MIV. MAX. MIN. = La Grange
lIera1.el Itaulerlon,3rol" 8 March TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
Frank Carlile, 4th" 5 28 07 44 85 51 Incorporated October, 1894-Suoceuor* to R. Rmnion A Co.
M Oaborne 11th" 4 .1) 75 48+ a) 60
*;.J. llowland, Oth 3 30 OIl 5H 8j: 53 Lath. Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber DUREN & FEASTE

Mr A. C. Bacon was the efficient master 31 72: 50 77 58 Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched
of ceiemonles. April lumber dressed to order. Barrel heads and covers and cypress tanks of all sizes
1 70 52 84 02 made called for. All Kinds of Turned and
Scroll
Mouldings Work
THE: TOURNAMENT PIXMEU.Messrs. :i 70 W 75 64 a

Anderson & Price gave: a most 3 73 OJ: 7 I GROCERIES OF ALL
recherchn dinner on the occasion, and Total rainfall for the week: 1.22 Inches. so i that we are prepared to make estimates and take contracts for the coiwtructlon KINDS Francis H Leggett
each guest was loud In Us praises. A Departures from normal rainfall for the and building of all kinds of private and public edifices on reasonable terms and Inthe
beautifully gotten-up menu card was week : plus 0.00 Inches. Departure I most satisfactory manner. Call and see us before purchasing elsewhere.
presented to each guest as a memento of from normal rainfall since January rat; Fine Grroceries.
Correspondence and
the tournament. minus 3.45 Inches. Patronage Solicited.

THE: BALL. J. E. LAXOUETTE:, t 1.
Fruits and all
The tournament ball was largely atteadod Observer. Vegetables, Florida &: Western Meats of

by the guests of The Ormond and
Hotel Coquina, as well as by others from CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE. -
the surrounding country; and Professor Store To Let.
.Swift's orchestra sent forth some sweet :r: Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited
music for the merry dancers and on IKICK store to rent In the ADVOCATE:
lookers. Very pretty and neat pro block. Fine location. Apply at the Very Truly, ]D\xi.21 ct7 FOl1sto
grammes were furnished by The Ormond ADVOCATE: office, Titusville. -----=:::;
proprietors to those who were present to
"trip the light fantastic" and all the RICHARD W. OOODE. JAMES uGG

dancers seemed to have thoroughly! enjoyed Indian River Mattress and Notary ruble a""*""
themselves The numerous ladies IHSANDY
present looked charming in their ball +

costumes, and, flowers although and an ADVOCATE diamond :ornaments rep- -* Brush Company *- Florida Real Estate ExchaBjty

Hesentatlve wa asked to name the belle Titusville, Florida.Our _
of the ball, we regret we are unable to
do 10-all looked to well However, we : Mattresses are made from 8-oz. Write us for descriptive price list
may say that Hartford, Conn.; Elmira, ticking, filled with clear palmetto fibre,
N. V; New York city, Philadelphia, and faced with superfine fibre made from POSTOFFICE BOX I8O. -
PlttsMirg, Pa.; Jacksonville, and several the cabbage) palm. This fibre Is made MELBOURNE Brevard FLA.
other cities had lady representatives present by Green patented process, which Co.,
whom they may feel proud of. Mr. makes It tough, curly and elastic. It ROlin-Sa, Cal do
Chat. S Patten of Maplewood, X. H., will not break up, mat down nor fire yet
know w.1 dldtnt fetch da' mlllloDlre
Acted as master of ceremonies. dusty, like rooms or excelsior. The
will not draw dampness and get musty last night 1ROUNDER '

OOOtCIJran.. nor mildew; this being an advantage In JACK-No, wat was di' LUMBERI/!
a damp and warm climate-always remaining matter?
tweet and clean. The work.
Go to the Corner Drug Store, Titus manshlp U guaranteed first-class In S. R.-D. bullet hit de blob,.'. I
ville when Want a good smoke.
,
you
ev watch which was a FAHYI case sad It
LtiArrcE: &: Co. 'lal'd.rc''m., double-etltched and dldtnt eves f... de watch eader. I We are Lou

well tuffed top and bottom.Doulde R. J.-So dt's once dy jot ahead making special prices on

Pineapple Slip and Suckers. single Mattress Mattress.t weight,6,10 5 54-It.,,tno. .4.6: 5405 1,36 .f our TIMI. *** Lath and Shingles in onJ.i
-- --- -- car lots South
Sheeted IM aitd to erd.t.All toall points
"Write for on s. 1. Cayenne, L These cases for sale by ,
prices Brushes 1"
and Abbaka suckers, Jamaica to Itlpley and Queen slips made to kinds order.oC Call Palmetto on or address, ANTHONY BROS., Titusville Fla. St. A. & I. R. R'y. For foil particulars, AddressBUILDERS'

E. C. B. TYSDAIL, I. R. MATTBIM: & BBVSH Co., SUPPL cO

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