Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00126
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: April 12, 1895
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00126
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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'ol. 1O. No. 10. TITJJSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY, Al:>I'tIL1Q. 1895. Price, 5c

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4 4I LOCAL NEWS, Rend Tills Coliinin Carefully -Mr. R. F. Hall spent from Saturdayuntil -Nathan Is a new post office located The New Process: U".nllnt' Mtn,..... A SAO CASH OP UlcnW ISO

id Topics of General Interest.i Advertisements on this (first} Tuesday at Georgians about three and a hart miles north of OX INDIAN It11'LIt.1'dndlhg .

page are ten cents per line l week, and -Do not be surprised if you hear of Canaveral on Banana river. A A good record baker breaker,

In are continued from week to week unless another marriage (In town shortly -Mr. and Mrs. II. W. )Richards of A home maker, nnd Burial of time Jodie*
\rely and General Oomlp connection otherwise ordered.
rlth Indian River and Lake Worth >ec. any page but the first Reading, are five notices cents on -Mr. Silas B. Wrlgltt DeLand's well- Eden, spent a few hours In town yesterday 'TIs 1I1Il'la "taker," of Mss Nklll and 1'nrl'IIIIIIIon.
daring pact week. Brief mention of line per known We acknowledge a short call from The "New Process; .
one each I Insertion. Insurance agent, was In town onWednesday. Great excitement was caused In Titus
from Various Parts For sale right away,
utcmtlnc Mr. Richards.
<< lly Kay A Dav.TItIiIlVIIII' viile on Sunday last when It was rumored
f the World About People You Know TilE EAflu CIOTIIIMI
nd People Ton Don't Know Picked ADVOCATE block lltustille STOKE,, are In the the, -Do not forget "The Peak Sisters" at -"The Peak Sisters" will make you Fin\; that Miss\ Ella: Skill a very prepossen

p by Our Society Editor. leading clothiers on the East; Coast of the Opera house, next Monday nlgl.t, the laugh until the tears trickle down jour Buy It It, Ing and unassuming young lady from

Florida. Give them a trial. nth Inst. Lots of fun. cheeks on Monday night. Do not fall to Try And you, wont deny It. Petersburg, Va. and Karl:; Mnnson, of

attend this slde-spltttlng entertainment Coitland, N. Y., who had gone for a
-No hotel In Florida ha had eo
ra WirntE to stop. See list of hotels on -Divine service Good sail In Mr.( F. Schults's large stNlbnat-;
our 4th and 7th pages. successful a run as the Royal Polnclana, to-day, Friday, Can of Thank
at 10 and 7.1D At the lately: purchased from Mr. D. S. Hutchinson
MpNUS Palm Beach, this season. a. m. : I' m. evening
I S'ice service Archdeacon 11. F. Brown will of Trenton N. J.-n )111110 1 eforo
NE DEED blanks 1V.( each; $::1.oo per 100, at -Mm. Nicholson, of Eau Gallie, was Mr. and Mrs. (I. H. Fulko tikothlsoppoitunlty :
the ADVOCATE othre.SIIOFS give a sermon on the "IntermediateState. twelve o'clock were missing and I suppescl
I i In town a few hours on Tuesday, and <,f thanking\ their many I
." to bo drowned. Mr. J. S. Watson
i gave us a pleasant call. friends and acquaintance for the great
] In
endless styles and variety at : saw the sailboat going In a northwesterlydDrction
w Julius Kline's -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and son kindness shown them during their recent
Titusviile. I -Mr. If. M. Flagler has returned to i past the railway what with
Claude, who left here two WI'k'IIAjtO, sad bereavement and to
they leg Assure
St. Augustine after spending the winterat ; nobody In charge, and Immediately Informed -
C i, STOP at the City Barber Shop-white : the Hoyal Poinciana, Palm Beach.Mr. on a visit to several places: as far an all that they am deeply sensible\ of their Mr.\ Schultz, the boy Munson'i
barbers. Razors honed. LakeSorlh, are now visiting friends at of friendliness the
acts ,
: I i many uncle. The surmises of the 1''lIl'lol.rov-
S. II. the
1'l! Ray was among excursionists Eau: Gallie. bo
value of which can fianlly I'lpl'eMMI'l1In
I FOR first class shoemaking! and repiiilng! who visited Palm Beach on I ed only too true, and were confirmed by
call on J. A. Daughtrv: at Mr. :Nolie's' List -The Misses Grace and Abbie Wet words.Alterations, the finding of the heat; In shallow water
Saturday : returning on Wednesday.
old stand, Tltnsville, Fla. I more, who have been spending a coupleof near Mr. Bennett's place, about n mile
Messrs.. II. J. Tiffin, H. T. Perrault weeks Indian Riser
or so with their uncle and aunt, nt the north of the i-ltywhnif, with the sails:

To LET, a fine brick store in the ADvoCATE : and W. G. Bedford, of C'ourtenay, will probably leave here for Boston on Hotel. set and union's\ s coat and vest In the

block, Titusviile. Excellent location spent Possession bo had at
1D EA once. Apply to Robbins may Graham -Mrs. Mclntyre, of Cocoa, who has day at !St. Augustine en route. Mr. Fred F. Taylor, of Kotkledgc, Searching unities Immediately started

o or C. II. Walton, ADvocATE office. been on a two weeks' visit to Sanford, Archdeacon<< : B. F. Brown will hold owner of the Indian River hotel, Tttiisvillo out Sunday' afteinoou and continued tho

Titusviile. I Jacksonville and Daytona, returned homeon services at St. Gabriel's }:IllIcolall'hurt'l1 came up to town, Monday\ for the search fur the lost ones until Monday\ ,

,I'II Riv R MONEY. We want money to loan on first Tuesday on Sunday (Knitter: ),morning ami evening, purpose of giving Instructions nnd m:iking but filled to find the least trare of them,

SAN real estate mortgages. Ten per cent -Mr. J. D. Holmes, of the firm of at H a. m. and 7:30 I'. m. We understand arrangements respecting some of the although many thought t they may lie on

free of allSanders expenses to lender.) Gaulden Baker & Holmes, Jacksonville, who have the church Is to decorated, and alterations and repairh i wishesdono to the other 10 of the river. HOl'l'lIof

i &Beach Florida., litusville and West Palm a branch house In Titusviile, spent a dayor that an Easter anthem will be rendered. the hotel. Having cloned l the contract finding d ti me nil alive was then i given up t and
I so here this week -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins has been at for alterations, he returned homo on on Monday evening pai,ties commenced

,fntil you climb the business hill Jt'Lirs KI.IXE has a big stock of Spring -Capt..Joe Smith has been spending Rock ledge and Jacksonville several day. Tuesday afternoon. dragging tho liver, and continued np to

1'n nu cannot go coasting merrily downhe clothing on hand. Call and examine some days In Jacksonville tills week. this week, attending to law matters. Wednesday afternoon, whit o Teagueand

other side Nothing helps the same. lie has closed his fish warehouse at Fort He returned from Jacksonville yesterday Costly lifts to Sir Ambrose and Ilinnham Norwood discovered the)

limiting like good, strong advertising. Pierce for the season. afternoon, but as urgent matters re Lady She'", Itody of the boy Munson\ on the rasthcuo
WE have to loan In
now money sums to
of Indian River In about four feet
suit an approved real estate security. -Senator M. S. Quay returned, Friday quired his attention at Rocklcdge, he

;y The ADVOCATE may be had at Send In your applications Kobbins: evening last, to his Indian River home, did not stop oft heio. Ho will return to The later governor of the Rahama.luas of water. Shortly' afterwards the body
Miss Skill found about mile
of was n
:>11'' screven's drug store and Mrs. Emma Graham Co. after escorting his daughter to Beaver, Tltusvillo to-day. been presented by Its people with a massive -

.item's news stand, Be. per copy. TiU'SKS, valises, umbrellas, hats collars Pa., the senator's northern home. -The bicycle rage still continues In solid sivcr tea awful coffvo service further south by Messrs. llrrro Titus,
: and Watson.
Cartwilght, Wilson
fU'Dlshlnggoodl Titusville and number have been and silver salver; while) I-iuly Shea hasbeen
cuffs and all kinds of quite a
The ADVOCATE don't cost three
you -Mr. W. L. Smart and little son, and When taken out of the water the
tnt per week, postage Included, when at Julius Kline's. enjoying a spin during these beautiful the recipient of a beautiful diamond
Mrs and Miss Harper of DeLand bodies salt) be In state of
spent were ; to a good
the of theLultes of Nassau.
iken by the year. moonlight nights Mr. A. S. Thompsonstill star, gilt :
from Saturday until Monday In town preservation No Inquest wits held on
Ambrose and Shea held In
Sir Lady are
-We learn that and continues to dispose of ladles'
-To-day Is Good Friday are sorry to Mr. with their friends, Mr. and Mrs Roswell the residents of the bodies, as the facts of the ease were
Mrs. Hobt. Pentland's baby has been bicycles, the last purchasers being Mrs. the highest esteem ty
-Read Col. John A. McDonald's notes Coleman. I I'fr. the Bahamas. too well known; and after<< careful examination
' quite ill this week. Wilbur, Mrs. Woodward and the Misses
D Biscayne Bay on our 2nd page. -) and Mrs. Jas. T. Sanders, who Daisy and Aline Brady.Card of them by I>r. B. R. Wilson

--Mr, Pierre Loiillard'saddress Is now -The framework of the Roman Catholic were recently married at Urbana 0., Halo of the Cortmatb Hotel. (our mayor), at the fish) house on the

f r banged to Johnstown, N. J. church-now being built in North passed through here Saturday last on City wharf where the bodies were laid

-Mr. Louis Brady has been spending Titusville up. their way to West Palm Beach, their of Tlian UN. Mr. Frank Sharp has bought the out and placed In casket, they were removed

'I i couple of days in Jacksonville this -Mrs. A. Becker, of Montreal; and future home. 111... Wetmore wishes thank all those Coronado hotel), and with It several acres to the roar of the empty store In

\ eek, Mr. E. L. Brady,of this place, are havinga -Mr. A. Brady left here for Atlantaon who so ably and willingly assisted In the of land, which he 1"11'|>'_ to convert Into the AIIVOCATK block Yesteiduy mornIng -
the lemalns of Miss Skill and Fad
., shell sidewalk laid along the north Wednesday. It Is not certain as to a nub-tropical garden as sown as he
Mr W. L. Thomas, of Valdosta, Ga., entertainment given by the ladies of St.Gabriel' Munson taken to St. (iabrl.h'aEpiscopal
has side ol Atlantic avenue. how long he will be away from Titus can do It. The first change he will make were
been In town a few days this week, Guild, In tho-ojiera house<< on : church whets Archdeacon It.
viile, as he has gone on a business trip, In the hotel Is to enlarge the ofllue and ,
and gave our office a pleasant call. -Mr. D. S. Hutchinson has been In the eve of April 6th. F. Brown conducted the burial service.At .
In which we wish him every success have big windows put In, facing the
-The lIon. Geo. B. Swift, one of Lake Grand Rapids, Mich., this week, looking Business for thus List two monthsat ten o'rlotk: a. iu the funeral started

1i. \Vorth's winter visitors, was, last week, after the property just turned over to Capt. E. E. Valll, of St. Augustine, The New Governor of the IlaliaIllli ocean.this hotel b IRIoL to have been excel for the Titusviile cemetery where the
his to
! elected: mayor of Chicago by a majority him by Mr. Fied. F. Taylor of Rock. stopped off here yesterday on way HlIuu1.oc. bodies were aoWmiJy Interred. Quite a
his hotel at West Palm Beach.
>f 50,000 votes. ledge. floating number stUriKk-d the funeral services

-Mr O. P. Havens Jacksonville's As soon as the canal Is completed the Sir W. F. Haynes Smith, the governor and builal.
-Mrs. J. W. Merrill and Mrs. Chas. will his boat to Biscayne Sir. Cory Killed HU Pantlier.
F ell-known photographer, has been Merrill, who have been to Jacksonvilleand captain Ray move elect of the Bahamas, has left Antiguafor Miss Skill' who was about 17 year of

'pending' a few days at Palm Beach and St. Augustine on a couple of days' England, where he will make a short Mr. C. I... Cory, of 1I1ton-a well age, was n sister ot Mrs. (i. H. Fulkn,

Ormond this week. visit, returned to Troplo yesterday even- -Ex-governor W. II. Gleason, of Eau stay prior to assuming hU new office. known member of Canaveral: club-U wife of the foreman at the AuvofATB
Gallie, who has been on a trip to Deland, In the meantime, Mr. George Melville office, and humus butti visiting her sister all
Tour store Is known by the ads Ing. They escorted a lady friend as far said to be highly elated over the killing
Orange City and other places, stopped off will continue to administer the government the winter.
you print Be careful to make them as as Jacksonville, on her way north. of the fenanle panther In the Everglades: C
here a short while Wednesday, on his of the Bahamas Earl Manwiii, whi. wan Ivajutnjg the
southeast of Luntana.
and about 3.1 miles
attractive as your show windows, as
way home, giving us a pleasant call the auliual West printing Ixulnesa. at the Star' office, baa
full --I) honest merit as the goods you Mr. Cory brought to
Kit FALSI JtRl'OItTS. while In town. KuMter Kiitertuliiineiit.: Palm IWauh, to have it stuff ml and been stopping with his uncle: Mr.

-Do not forget that Mr. Benj. W. mounted by Mr. Helm. It In said to boa Schultz lit South Titusviile. IU WM avery

W- Mi, U. B. Hersey, director of the On Thursday last the ADVOCATE re- Jerome, St. Lucie, Fla., Is the sole agent The Ladles' Guild will give their fine apr atIUM Bureau, Sante Fe, New Mexico, ceived a telegram from St. Augustine, generally likes) around town IU was
for Brevard and Orange counties for the Easter entertainment at the Hotel Bellevue lie returned to thus ICvergLnltts last week

seats Mean! ,i* a monthly review of the New asking us to send details of the drowning Globe Gas Engine Co.'s celebrated motors Melbourne, Monday, April 15th, at to hunt for the male panther, whose about IS years of age.
weather and crop service for the of William Zeigler and others on I of vocal and instrumental The causa of their being In th. waterIs
and launches. Write him for catalogues 8 p. m., contesting track they disvovenxl. As a hunter,
1: month of February, 1895. board the yacht Robinson Crusoe, which ; and prices music, tableaux, etc. This Mr. Cory's prowess U well known on the shruutfUid la mystery, a* thus boat is a

-V., presume most of our townsmen had left Lake Worth for Biscayne Bay. concert promises to be exceptionallygood East Coast of XlorhWPST << .Ia. large awl safe one, but too big for OB*

:ear, purchased Easter bonnets for their Believing the report to be untrue, as -After a most successful season, the as some new talent has been lnexpctsn wan to hantll There

"rtes> .' It is an old-time custom that published in the dallies, we had no particulars Royal Poinciana, under the managementof secured for the occasion. : ALM ItlUCH. was a> strong wind blowing o* Sunday

the ladies attend church en matte Ea ter5UDdoi1wearing to send; neither did we publishany Mr. Henry W. Merrill, closed Its doors and U ht NrPt"'cI" that while Munson

their new bonnets report of the supposed founderingof to the general public on Monday mornIng Lake Worth still was up forward attending to the sail.
breakfast. Mr. Merrill Wreck' of the City of lI verhlll. This new town on
last after
-Mi Crosby, of the Jacksonville the Robinson Crusoe, In command of sLuwe sign of continued prosperity. UM boom>> may have knocked the young
months with his
J wlrfirm; of Greenleaf A Crosby, Capt. J. D. Hiscock. The stand we took will spend the summer White The City of lUverhlll, the steamer The school-bouso I. a neat and comma Ls4y overboard. Munson them,probably

u llladt as last trip to the Royal Poinl la the matter was a correct one, for on i brother, at the Crawford House, which wa to run on the route between us structure, and IU construction Is Jumped overbonru, and In ak.. endeavorstie

claDa l I'ainj Beach, on Monday, for the Friday morning last, the Robinson', Mountains N. II. Key West and Biscayne Bay, was wrecked largely due to Mr. Flagter's liberality. save Miss Skill from a watery grave,

Purj.t of closing his branch establishment Crusoe arrived at Punta Rassa, with everybody -Mrs. E S. Wiley, who was suddenly early last week on the New Jersey Tin Jail Is also a very creditable buildIng both met with the untimely fate as da-

safe on board. If it wa an called to Valdosta, Ga., the first of last coast, near Barnegat light house It I and we understand was constructed ploted above.

-Laft I Sunday Palm Sunday, but April fool Joke, It Is much to be deplored week, owing to the serious Illness of her Is believed all hands on board were loat. almost, If not entirely at the expense of The relative have the sympathy ot i
** saw" no decorations In churches. for the wives of the captain and father, Dr. Thomas, returned to Titus The many friends of Captain Watrousall the same gentleman. our townspeople In their sad bereavement
Let' 'ik hope that the Sunday Messrs. Zeigler and Wells were In great viile on Saturday. Mrs. Wiley arrived along the East Coast will be shockedto Many new buildings are In course of In which, the ADVOCATB heartily
fitter Sunday-will not by with- distress over the rumored loss of their at Valdosta In time to witness the deathof hear of his death. He was a man construction,the boarding-house of Mayor Jul Q8.

'Iur" .r churches being decorated pas with hu.bandwho have now turned up her father, which took place on whose courtesy and generosity sad upright Earman being the largest new buildIng Nearly every launch and sailboat t-

I no"'s*-s, etc. safe and sound. Wednesday last Deceased was 74 yean life had won fur his many true sine our last. visit Mr. Whldden of Tltusvllle turned out to Join In the

v Among the false reports published II of age, and a well known and prominent trends. Orlando bought several lots a week or search fur the missing ones, and eoa-l
<' acknowledge: receipt of a bi-en- from the Chicago Tribune, of the resident of Valdosta. work
one so ago and Contractor Lalnbart has already skderable credit U due those who
lila'' :ort of the superintendent of I 3rd lust as follows : Fire t received orders to ahead with
the without
excursion train from Jacksonville go ed so zealously In cause-
pot .nttructlon for the state of Flor- : reached New York late tonight -The baa been be- ,
"A rumor In of the several cottages, soul work recompense of any kind. These Tito*
<4 of No. 024 to Weet Palm Beach, passed through A fire broke out one room.
a the SO
two June William Ziegler,
ending that
i '.. Mr. W. N. Sheats year Fifth avenue, with his wife and two here at 3:A3: on Saturday returning on In the north wing of the Indian River goo Mr. Whidden built a number of vllle boys started out with a determination .
superintendent children had been lost off the three I hotel about. lit30 Monday causing nice cottages In Orlando about eight to find the bodies; and after searching -
If t II' Instruction, ha our thank for adopted Monday. There were parlor ears p. m., ago, which paid a goal profit on
lat!. Florida coast near Tampa. Mr. Zleglerleft as well as several coaches, with about i considerable commotion among the fears' and Intends repeatinghis from Sunday afternoon until Wed
New York a few weeks ago for an Orlando at West Palm nesday afternoon, their efforts/ were rewarded
the Robinson 100 passengers'on board. Among those guests and servants. One lady a experience .
. "r*. Flagler, Ingraham, Mile, ocean trip on gas yacht, that while noticed rush her to pack her belong. Beach by success.Prof. .
li, and It reported on the train we a Jovial party to room : up
aid and almost all Our old frknd, )fro Orange Howes,
"f .,' Maguire spent Cat tea In the recent storm off the southern from Ormond composed of Mr. and )(.... ings. The fire, however, was quickly and estimable wife, are still managing

I" week' on Biscayne Bay "It Is re- Atlantic coast the Teasel WM Price, Y.... Vlnlng. )(.... Currier and extinguished, and no damage was done the Park cottages, and have had an Mark W. Harrington, chief ol
Mr. Flagler ha purchased a wrecked.. Mr. Ziegler was formerly the entlr.seasun but the United States Weather Bureau Wash
excellent ,
t' Baking Powder daughter Messrs. Cross, Smith and beyond the burning of some bedding. patronage ;
>t land about a mile north of partner In the Royal of course not such a crash a* we expert D. C. has thank for charts '
Ington our
of have been ,
K: and It Is said sold hlilhare others. Mr. and Mrs. Price and Mrs.Vlning Th. Ore supposed to caused ,
e.'r' and also 100 acres near Cocoa- company the business, for .... J0,00. lie reached : must have bad a hard Urn to by one of the help smoking In the The enced Park at his cottage cosy ls place a very last ooml summer.table etc., of the currents of the great lakes]

r.Ur. "l'Ove.... of and the air I* thick with prominence In Brooklyn Island by Water fighting Supply the get away from their respective hotel*- room, and dropping a lighted match or place to stop for a few
tt. v': a big hotel near the mouth of scheme of the Long the Ormond and Coquloa some tobacco ashes. charge are reasonable 1mC
:ail River company.





are tapped by boring In any part of the 7URF TOPICS. i Clyde Steamship: : Co:

older coral foundation on the mainland.

A gas-pipe can be worked down In a few XMreotam has SI haste In 1:10: or bet

hour on the land or out In the saltwater ter.

of the bay, and excellent water Dishonesty In hone racing an no-
known factor the Indiana.
will flow to the level of the source among i
Ails ha trotted 28 beat
In 1:1001
which have
Tile advantage of water we tatT
r better during the past two IeUODL.JamM F
West and other
over Key nearly every
alone draw R. Keene' Foxhall took lIO,'
V past of the seacoast will
'yamMrs. 870 into camp during his invasion of
many to our city. EnglaDd.PierreLorlllard'.
Fuel I II another Item In which we have
Iroquois won seven
a decided advantage over Key West
out of nine race when sent to England
We have vast, seemingly Inexhaustible and won 18,806.John .

forests to supply fuel for manufacturingIce Porter, the English trainer, bas New York Charleston and Florida line
or other product requiring steam ,
Ali any some good year-old and may win the

aA.FTe power. In material for building permanent Derby with Le Var, by lion om). NO QUARTERwill ----

and lie-proof structure, our The trotting horse aa a park horse ii do you as much good aa the The magnificent Steamships of this Line area

Poisoning city I le certainly more fortunate than any to be specially exploited abroad next one that buys Dr. Time's Plcamn pointed to sail as follows : .

new or old town In America. Our rock season by a very prominent American. Pellets This is what you get with C. Both
Calling at Charleston. Ways
Eight Years of SufferingPerfect can be hewed with an axe or cut with a Barney Barnato, the diamond king, them : An absolute and permanent ,
common saw; a board can be nailed to has his heart set on obtaining a British cure for Constipation! : IndigcntionBilious From Mew York, ( From ,tsrkmsdlkl,

Cure by Hood's Saraparllla It, and It can be formed into any desired knighthood and winning a race at Ascot Attack, Sick and Bilious! (1'Ier, 2 E. K.) STEAMER (.harltntm, A {?Ts

.C. I. flood & Co., Lowell, MULl shape by the mason The atone to build Headaches!, and all derangements! of Friday eilneiday:: Mir" 2";,, at at non ann: p p inA mft :' ''''ALUu CIIEituKEE..Tursday llt'IY..Thoraday:: ::: Apr, ," 'II:,

Dear Blrsi'-We hare tried Hood Barsapa- I a house can be cut from the lot on which Riley Grannan ha obtained a bait the liver, stomach, and bowels. Not Tuesday I |...r. i, at 3 no p in :SEM1\I.E 8nn.lav, :: :
rlllA and find It to be nil claim for IL interest in the stable Friday, 5, at 3mpu: IwHtI'td8. Thnrailay, : :
Mr of William
you the : M. relief and then .
the house Is to staid, tree growing just temporary a M indaveilnemlay, "p. at 3.00 1,1n. ..CHEROKEE Sunday, t ",'
wife was poisoned l h jr Ivy s hen a young woman, on the lot can be cut and made Into a'' Wallace containing the Commoner, worse condition afterward-but help \\ 11, at a.INI )> ill .... AIIo\(JIIS.. Tuemlav 1
and for eight years was troubled every season Orinda and Friday, 1 J, at 3.no p in PFMINOI:; Thurmlay, .
seven 2year.olds.Quite
heap, and from the fragment unfit for that loafs.1'leasant. Tuesday, 1e, m ll0<;t'(MSKtKnHrt Sunday, a
a number of worn oat bones These Friday 11, :nr.: m ;(' : .::..Thursday. I.: :is:
walla the lime be made to cement help, too. .
Hood's31aPaTliCures Jlio can sugarcoated ;Monday. :e.. at 3.on p in Al.uu\tlt'IN. Sunday, ,:
the building together and to finish in the northern part of Indiana have little Pellets\ are the smallest! Wednesday. u. at Nan p m..... PtMINOIllKMjl:; -:.... Tuesday, I'
with the breaking out and terrible Itching and been sold weekly to a clrcn company to Friday, :ItI.ata.Mlplll.... (IISClltUohtt.. .. Thundaj. MaxSunday ,.
the to take and the easiest in
easiest ....
the walla. I know of no other place Tuesday, 411, at 3.no p in ,.
burning. I thought hers was as bad a can at be used as food for the animals.
where beautiful white rock, the lime the way they act. No griping, no r
anyone em had Him was In this distressing a
condition every year until she began to take stone, the fuel to burn It, and the Hand pices For of tbe tbe London English show Hunters', under Improve the ana violence, no disturbance to the tys I Philadelphia and Jacksonville Lines,

Hood Barsapnrllla, which has effected a perfect tern, diet or occupation.
all be found on one
for the mortar
cure, without leaving any scars and abe can went society, to be held In March, the They come in staled vials!, which Weekly service between Jarknnnvllle and I'hlladel)'hla, calllnir at ('harll'." 't: t
Dan had ground. While cutting the atone for prize money amounts to $25,000 rant freight BteaniRblj "UneUut" a..I"\\'lny"I1" are >|"|'oiuted to sail as follow.
them fresh and relia-
keeps always
the walls the most complete cellar or STEA r lllP. FIIOIA'; KM'
FROM p111LADEt.l'lll'
When of the Austrian ; yraU
a prince royal
of the Poison Since.She .
No Sign basement la excavated and already family dies, his horse follow the fane ble a convenient and perfect vestpoclCet Saturday, March 30th. . . ONEIDA: . . . Fiidiv Apr!' 5:
Is wet and hearty. 1 hare taken floodsBarasparllla remedy. They're the cheapest Saturday, April Cth . . .tt IN YAH. . . Fiiihx April e
after the grip with good reaulu and walled. Then, a few feet below, a perpetual ral covered with a black cloth and lame. pills you can buy.There's Saturday, April 13th ". .. . .() EID.\ . .. . Fiidav April p

hare also given It to our four children. We are spring of limpid water Invite The lameness is produced by driving a (Saturday, April 20th. .." . WINY All.. . . Fri
all pictures of perfect health and owe It to you to lay It bare. I burned one hun- nail through the horseshoe. (Saturday, April 27th . . .O EWA. . .. . . .Friday Jlji
Hood RaMaparilla" .1. C. IKKFMA, Van- nothing left of Catarrh
dally, t trod barrel of the whitest and strongest The usual length of a race with the
N. It,lIIrtla deride! to tAke Homl'n RarmpvrllU cost of one day*' Indian is one-third to three-fourths of when you use Dr. Sage's Catarrh
do not be Induce I to buy any other Instead. lime I ever aw at a barrel. a mile unless it i* what they term a Remedy The worst cases yield tc St. Johns: Hirer Line
work of four men, or five cento a
Hood's Pills are hund made, and perfect I "big race" which commence at day its mild, soothing cleansing and
proportion and appcuimice 23o.: per box. When we travel In Spanieh-Anuerican break and lasts until darkness, and the healing properties.HYMNS .
countries and find the beautiful cities record i* 167 miles.-Horseman. For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points c'

like 1'uebla or Cordova built of solid the St. Johns River

SOCIETIES, JTC. rock, and even the roof cemented tone, STAGE GLINTS.
The Elegant Iron Mde-Wheel Steamer
absolutely fire-proof and Indestructible, AND HYMN WRITERS.
Free and Richard Golden was married at Co- "
: : OF
It makes us feel ashamed of our American hoes recently to Katherine Klttlemau ,
which will "In Evil Long I Took Delight" wa SHAW
town*-wooden shanties- his leading woman. CAl'T. AV. A. ,
Accepted Masons by John Newton. He called it his "spir
be all In dust In half a century.
"lime. Bans-Qene" I* said to be mat itual autobiography" "FB.ED' De33311R "
The United States building at Fort Ing a good deal of money in New York ,
Dallas are built of this atone and lime. In its English version. "Come Thou Almighty King" was = :=..w CAPT. T. W. LUND, Jit. g'P: 6?

Indian River -, Titullvllle Fla. Mr. Trapp, who came from Iowa, baa "A Yennine Yentleman" Is the latest written"God by Save Charles the King.Wesley" in imitationof Am a|'i'uiuteti to nail from Jacksonville, dally except Saturday,at 3 JO p. m..and In'm fair
dally except Sunday,at (:00 a. m.
Lodge, No. 00 built a beautiful cut-stone house, attempt to utilize the Swedish dialect
Bow Did My Heart Rejoice toHeart"
Judge himmon ha built a picturesquevilla for a title. Of course Gus Heege did it is by Watta. It was originally sol Read Hoiown'ND.. SCHEDULE I MIru\ .)

Hul In Its nimtlnit the uprnnil and fourth I'rl- from the surface fragment laid up Masse's "Paul and Virginia" bas been entitled "Going to Church. Leave 3.30p.m. ............ ......... .. Jacksonville .... .. ,a
day vt each iniiiith, at tlitt oiirt house,Tltna- native lime and sand a. the sand revived at the Paris Opera Comique a.47 p, m. .................... .. .1'alatkaAntor ,,, .... ,, ,Alt.

aide J. ,\at IEIIIJE'I:'MII',. in B. II. lUvKeo I Ie In the also to be found on every; lot, and by and i. voted old fashioned and oloying famous"Come Irish, Ye Disconsolate", Thomas Moore was by and the "" 4.3xi:(*) a a., H m6JO ....................... .fit. Francis. "...'.:::.: :: ...:. Isp a1.'
\V, MHemlnolo poet ', a. m. .......... ... ..... : BerenfordHlue ..;;.... .. :: :. .. .:.:..lr .25 .
---- leaving the rough weather-beaten gray The French opera in New Orleans has appeared in his sacred songs in 1816. eon a, m......................... Sprints. ..... .. ... 11311Arrive
surface out and selecting the no such singers as that in New York, U.70a.m. ............... ....... ...8anordLnter ,,, ..... ... ..... ns
KXWIITS OF l'YTItIA8. tone but it baa given Lalo'a "Le Ro "My Saviour, My Almighty FrIend"wae ., 928 a. m. .............. .... ..... .. ; rlne ........ .. ... .. ..
lmlte, No 3. holds Itn tnratlniM at atones, a wall of rare rustic or artistic just written by Watts. Set to a melody
the Court limme. the Hr.t four Thure.) even beauty faiths| result d'Y. from Handel, it baa been very popular. General Passenger and Ticket Office, 88 W Bay St., Jacksonville

tugs of rant month,at*ilork |>, in town Minnie Seligman says she 1* Out goIng )t. H....CLYDE,A.T :V.V**.y* f,. Bn.. F.MJaoxaoaontJa.Fla.Fan.Agt
can .
Let Us Join
8. I). flKKiKH. C. L. llotum What present or prospective "Come Our CheerfnSongs" -
to London at present, bnt that she 8 Bowling Green,> York. 88 West Bay St..Jackxintillir
C. C. K. of R & 8. such of material advantages was written by Isaac Watts to
boast of an array
baa a new play from the German which Taro O EaOERT. )(., J\o L.lloWARD, Fla. Fr't Agt.
? All need is the heads and be sung at the close of a special sermon .
we he will try (Howling Green,Sew York. Foot log.n St JaclnonTillf
INDIA RIVER GUARDS hands to form the city-and they are in 1707. A J*COLE nenerallMBengrr Agent J. A. LESLIE,Sui rlntrnil nift
named Saner is
Drill at the AnnurT, aver county Jail, every A young pianist Just "Oh, Worship the Kingl" was the Bowling Green,:New York. Foot Hogan Bt.jaikujnUlli
evening In the nanthatCoelock.A. coming from everywheie.Now the in London. He to
Tuesday seems
.T. HiANrrm.CajUIn!: that now rage work of Robert Grant It, with a large D D. C. MINK O. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue Philadelphia,
It i la beyond controversy follow in the wake of De
as more nearly '%M. P.
number of his other hymns, was foundIn CLYDE A CO., General Agents,
Uiscayne has the climate, hoalthfulnuas, Pachmaun than of Paderewski. his desk and printed after his death IS 80. Delaware AT.,Philadelphia. 5 Bowline Green New Turk

C lnJltCIU: water, fuel, building material saltwater Clement Scott, the English critic "Before Jehovah's Awful Throne" lea

facilities, with undeniable beauty of situation says of Henry Irving, in "The Story of paraphraseof the hundredth psalm by

E"LSCOI'AL CUt.ItCR ; unequalled boating;, Uahlng and Waterloo," that "the silent note of pain Isaao Watts. It was much altered by;

krvloei the bt and 3rd Sundays .la each shooting, It will still be anked, "What rang true and from the heart. John Wesley who gave it the present Southern..Railway._ _

atonth Sunday.at II I a.at in I allli.M p Tae p.Evening m. Hunihtyerhmilevery .iirajwr at transportation lacllities has the place ?" Lillian Rnssell will try an operetta form. h

In. in. on nmhiexU}i.Illi.t sorvlce every or "What prospects for tra08loortatluu1"and De Koven and Smith in New York in "Guide Me, Oh, Thou Great Jehovah
Friday at to a. m. the Then she will visit London
RKV K K. Known, Rector "What substantial backing to makeIt I" was from the pen of William Williams seF1iJS
with work to be called "Cleopatra.
place FRhSll\THUAN CJltUCH. a or winter re- Mrs Patrick Campbell, the most talked The English translator of the lines i*

Service every Sabbath,at II a m..and TMpm. for a mere watering place of soirees in London bas two children unknown. ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST AND ROUTE
Sabbath srkiNil at 9Gat *. in, 1'hrUtlan Etlliea-I sortie not always prosperousAown; In born before she went on tbe stage QUICKEST
vor meeting at 6:J<> p. in, prayer nimtlnK Is about the deadest, "Safely Through Another Week"was
; limited: fact a hotel town and a husband who hunts lionsin Africa. :
We<.lnedajr at 7M I''M. All are annually I written by John Newton. It wa originally .
loattentl. RKV W. T. >IALK, iastor unburied thing In existence, except a i PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
intended for a Saturday night
y METHODIST CHLROHRervlrea --. railroad centre too far from a town; or Private letters say that the hissing 1 service and bas been materially alteredto COMPARTMENT CARS DINING CARS
a county seat without commerce-and Henry James play, "Guy Doe," adapt it to'Sunday

third Sabbath at Tltunvllle at II a m everyrat and T p, tn. second.i Sunderh.ad and we do not allude to either Juno, Baldwinor in London, was tbe result of a cabal, "The Spacious Firmament on High"was THOROUGHFARE COACHES. VESTIBULEO TRAIN
M at le e'elm I k a.i,L.very Runway; Lpwortn but to the thousand and and that the audience on the second
Enterprise, written Addison.
by Joseph It first
ljciie at a.>. ...every Canday; Thayer meeting enthusiastic.
1 o'11>.'k every 'rhn"ilav n .:hl. The public are more abortive towns to be found an the night was appeared in 1719 at tile close of an article .

eo..hul'lnvued to attend. W.'LAWLL our aervweaB .. fantor. map of North America, and having what THE .FASHION PLATE. I in The Spectator on "The Right WITHOUT CHANGE TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

many look upon as essential to auoeess, I Means to Strengthen Faith. It is be- -
I lieved to be the best of all tbe
BAPTIST CKLKCH railroads, hotels or county seat* The best dreesmakers are now using hymns North and
tiff with moderation. written by the great master of English 1w.t. North salad We.t
Preaching every flnt _lid and fuartb Hun lilscayne will be a good town before
day*. lrayer Meetings every Tuesday evening will Shot and flowered satin ribbons are sty la ALL TRAINS ...w0.... ... M0a.. ..
... "
but they COU"1ewheD DAILY 'siwa
at I o..N.k.. Sung ttorvli every t'rlilay. eveningat either of these terse, .. car..s ALL TRAINS DAILY. I+- We.l +
o'\lx'k. Hunduv H<.h*<4 every Manila? at we have the best town on the largely used for.rosettes, frills, streamer STAGE GLINTS. tt."... aoiL"Ly. :LL' !ftLv.
10 a. m All are cordially incited to attend sashes and bretelleaon prettygown. Jackwnvllle, r.c..i P.... 11 00
II. A. UKIUBK, rantorCATHOLIC coast, a* they always do when forced Kverett; .... 1 111 am 6 20 pm JaetaonyWI. ".e.II P.. 120 pm Sr"
for demidreas wear. Lillian Russell will produce Do Ko Pavannah. 3 pm 845pmlOMpm grenty 8o.t .ru. 117 pm 10 eallaaon
06 ::
M pm ;r. : 1ST IaP
to. New bodice Continue to reach the ven and Smith's new opera about the Columbia, Southern''M 20 pm 102am amL PChattan
('tn-RCH. Jeans A. McDosAXU.f Ar. (Charlotte .... 11 06 Atlanta, / 12
Bervlres at le a. in every IIun.,..,. In hall over waist only, and most elaborate belt, middle of April M wubinrun scam pm ( 17 am = 612 am"Clnclnnat
Indian River State Hank. Children'scateehlnni adorning are the natural outcome of Marie Tempest is to have the prlnci\ I "Faltlmoreleon.Ra.Pbtadelphl. :::: Ii00am: 11 25pm Upm A;.......: _! R1 m-

at lp. m Rev J. F THoTLC,Rector ..fLACK-DB U6MTit"acur<. CONl p'-- these shortened corsage pal vole' in a big burlesque which i* to : New Yort. ::.:: 647 116 pm 820 100 amAt am "J." Blrmts SL Loup ham, GIroSb.' Southern.Llne 12 7 01 Msm as=

skirt buttoned at the be put on at Daly' theater Loudon."Mme. Asheville, Ar. Memphis. E C.1&. II B. 10 -
Y. M. C. A. Lapped gores Southern_... ..............! 12 00 0'0 1 Yana 'iiiiPiii1
Juan C. Adam,ntbulastle horee- top, with real or simulated buttonhole Son*-Gene," by Barton and City

.The regular Sunday. afternoon.I,vraver meeting man of Indianapolis, J. speaker of the KM the silk lined flaps are a feature of Morean, ha made the biggest sort of a For full Information
t the V M C A will 'be hel every Humtay
"terwnn at t:,.. p. m.. at tile l..b\a.u Indi uiata legislature. some of the new spring gown bit at the Broadway theater New York. apply to any Agent of this great Railway

elll.reb autllfurther notiea. Very handsome and artistic button Sarah Bernhardt denies that she bas System, or lu connections

an sold both for coats Tests fancy ,said that the ambition of her life is to w. A. TURK, (C. A.

JIOJtJo ABOUT 1UHCAYNH Iii the HI.-1IIg 'ws stj and for fastening the sides or secure the cross of the Legion of IIonor. GMera1 Pas.. Agent. BENSCOTER, 8. H. HAROWICK
List Oen" P... A..ut
Seat Centra*
breadths of redin-
trout gored skirts
Marion Strathmore, an English ao- .leNINGTON, D. 0. *
HAY Nearlyer'bodyaeeda a good medi (otes and cycle contonieai tree, bas made a pronounced hit in aNew KNOXVILLE, TCNN. TUKTA.S

doe. The!.Impurities the blood which during have the accumulated cold Creamy exquisite pattern In Vandyke England" dialect play, "Old Jed W. D. ALLEN: ,

From Col. Jl A. McDonald. ilalinea Bourdon and Madeira Front/
month must be expelled ** when the Florida
mild day oMie, and tits fflct of bracing laces,. laid over daintily tinted chiffon Leonard Boyne who .. in London, PajMnger Agent,

Editor tdtofale air I* lost, the body i* liable to be on elegant evening waist made to declare that he will make an American 212 West Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE FLA.

Dear Mr-Knowing your aversion to overcome by debility or 141_ serious wear with skirt of satin moire or bro- starring tour as soon as he can secure March J7th, IRDf!.

exceaatvdy long article., wUoalwrote" dl.,..... The remarka&la. success odd the proper play

:you a few weeks ago, I omitted certain achieved by Hood' barauaritta It has ,received and the, A fine French chamois glove tar spring Slugger Corbett i* elevate the stage
word at praise
Important points In regard to that favor many coofldVace. we and summer wear bas already been put next season In a play which will be
make It worthy your
ed section, but the widespread Interest aak you to give; this medic a trial upon the market that laces at the wrist. known a* "A Naval Cadet" It wa
Is warranted to wash well and to be superior WE .
gunHead perpetrated by Charles Vincent
the ADVOCATE ban awakened the bay We are lure It
published U Iwhalf ofHood's to anT chamois glove ever 1e'offered .. .!.
the testimonial .
country, and the) numerous letter I am Oscar Hanimentein U to bare the .. .. .,-
reliable tain.
baraaparUla! all from for theater DELIVERA
largest and music hall in the
receiving for further Information, has grateful people. They tell the *tory.ramKHKviacrr. Eton will remalm In
jacket popular
world at the corner of Broadway andFortyfoo
a prompted me to uk a place In your column Favor, bat often with a difference ID rth *treet, New York. Piano org'a aAT '

for the following additional remark their adjustment Borne of the newest It is reported that Nettie de Conrceys or

*: : Tao'.O'J1&JIIII. models are not loose fronted all bat the latest of the singing soubrette

The question of water supply, which hooked part of the way dowa on eaefc who ba stellar YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION out' aspiration She will with complete :
& CO.
I* the most puzzling to the people of Key F. B. EVERETT side of a vest of satin moire fancy go out U a melodrama next season b to rpoughly satisfied pries houae. No mODel required unt..l .
Our '
taffeta or other contrasting material. are aa low ".
West, I I. one of the easiest solution to as any house '0 tbe Ullited
James Roach
FORT PIERCE FLORIDA + + New York Post (Connor an actor of only our terms are 10 reasonable anyone can
the + purchase and for an IlIlItm
people of Biscayn No fresh water Moderate ability who imagine that be The Celebrated pal

can be procured by digging on any of Wholesale and Retail Dealer In AND la Boncioanlt'a successor, will take his The Renowned CONOVER. I

the key, but on the high rocky main play, "Rory of the Hill." Into New The Beautiful SCHUBERT.FISCHER. | PIANOS

land from ten to twenty feet throughthe INDIAN RIVER A horse nm away and kick A fork for a ran. And KINCSBURY.ORGANS I

suow-wUU coral rock flail Mare will lUnd still to do the same. Wilson Barrett' season of
waterof eight
ocallon AC
the purekt quality In Inexhaustible FISH OYSTERS TURTLE & On. grain of gold after leaving the weeks at the American theater. New Aeollon, Farrand & Vtey' CHICAGO COT

the goldbeater's! band will cover CO aqmar fork, wa a dismal financial failure,
supply Having vast icacrvolr of the
Okeechobe and the Everglade In the GAME iAoheL and yet Mr. Barrett 1* really a very Drue and small Instruments, Mu. and Book. Write n*; we wtlOo. 'f' I
Up to 1888 San Francisco had had great actor in hi line.
rear the ridge of coral I.I LonecomUxl Dealers Supplied.
Hotels and
417 distinct earthquake book and tr. TJio
by innuuurabto I.|.. of water" which .V. 13. CnUlIH,l1 .,
Fi.! BMW ia a IWioIl fill tH Tears Try .LarK-OUUCN'tea Gr
BRANCH HOUSE: West Palm Bwei DJ""p6&a.
break out In Il'I'loi' tloug our bay and JACKSONVILLE, FLI11: .

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gave :rust:: :Received a Car: Load of -__ .- --- : _- -

A; : Sash, *! Doors *! and }$ Blinds, :1; :

id are prepared to meet all Competition of either Jacksonville or Titusvillc. Write. us and MJO if we do not. hell you: the

#. ##; #. ### Cheapest bill of Hardware yon ever. bought. #*#*'Il'I i I

We hue now Mr. C, P. Eacott in charge of our Tin and Iron Wort Department, filch is a sufficient guarantee tbat yon will get done what you want done. Write ns and see I


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>jfessional Cards. The Word BeteBtlsl. B. Did.. Catch OB."May .
I War U being waged in England PLANT SYSTEM.
against the use of the word scientist I-may I kiss those ruby lips?
WALTER.ORARAM, "Slrl Do not think of such thing
.,t x,, Remits. The Duke of Argyll, Sir John Lubbock,
[ BBIX3 A; GRAHAM, w for one monlentl"
> Lord Rayleigh, Lord Kelvin and Pro -
"Well I-I could hardly help asking
ATTORXETS-AT-LAW, I fessor Huxley unreservedly condemn the I beg your"- O Through Trains: : Dally o.
word. Sir John Lubbock propose philosopher '

ICE HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., instead. Lords Rayleigh and "Don't yon: is think Mr.tlme-New floppy, atone Jacksonville and Sanford to Tampa; and the West Coast
moment up byth.lo 4 CLEAR Hot-
and 2 to p. m. A CONSCIENCE. Kevlin prefer tiatnraUtt. Professor

hnsviLLK, Brevard Co., Florida. ley thinks that scientist must be aboutas York Recocdar. VIA. -
Bat When B. Cam toVlneleU HlmaeU
H That w. Different.A TITUSVILLL.The ..
|il practice in all the courts- Ute and fed, who respects the English language. The Globe Gas Engine Co. Philadelphia
wealthy resident of Mount Adams,
tor examining and perfect Grant Allen while disapproving of the ownedand the Plant
and vial titles facilities. I Whose frugal wife still takes an active word, thinks it Is pedantry to object to Ii Three Great West Coast Hotels, operated by Systemic

Money to Loan. Interest in domestic affairs, was told to
I is used
a new word when it by a majority
order a two gallon jug of maple strap of persons. After the camels of altruism -

EOP.GE W. MORTON, and have it coot home as soon as possi and sociology scientist is com \

ble. When he reached his office, an Alfred Wallace aloneis
NOTARY PUBLIC, unusual amount of important business paratlvelyagust. n
not disturbed by the word. He describes l

iarwool'' .' Canaveral, '. Florid: drove all recollection of the maple it as useful and argues that -.,;
Pimp from him, but as he was about to chemist F
Conveyancing carefully executed.! since we have biologist, geologist,
home in the evening ho remembered
go and mightas 1
physicist specialist, we '
,dv mortgages, Satisfaction, etc., that there was an urgent necessity of well use scientist, and he further ;::1))

blanks on hand. having that maple sirup got home before asks. "What is there to use instead?" / : ,

he did.Stopping. Science Gossip says the word was first r 5 5r ,

at the grocery store, he was Invented and used by Whewel in his
flVOU' S. JONES, reminded that it was too late to deliver "Philosophy of the Inductive Sciences"

any goods. He decided that he would In 1840. +1 tI

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. take it home himself. The jug was filled -

hTsVlLLE, BREVARD CO., FLA while he performed another errandat Another Smokeless Powder. Bitlevee-power, n+arinc weight 111O-Ih.? sparertvtuired
an adjacent store. There was Just I TheAustralian government has for :Ox'r.hens: w .. wMr

I County Judge of Brevard County. time to catch the car when he returnedand some time experimented with smokeless 1I1.nllfa..llI..ra of the uuol I..rf..t. Reliable I 1

grabbed the jug. Then he hurriedto powder, and a few months alo.adoptedfor an.1 E:+.lIlh..1 Ilat.r far 1..lInl.h. wui 1 \ .,'hl. ur i11i +
In the market Lane to mart, run until ubgiwdwith !
|L i.AtLDEf, J. T. SANDERS, the car and as it was not crowdedhe tho artillery a new combination very. mile attention sin builders of
Notary found a seatAbsorbed which seems to be very appropriate for launches ..."'I.I.'le and stationary motorst1

in grntnlatory reflections!, the purpose. Its base is gun cotton powder \\ \\', JFKOMF,
; Hole Agent for Urn aril and orange t'o'A.
he did not notice that the other passengers and nitroglycerin, and its shape is Ml I ut.le, tla.:

ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW, seemed to suspect that the jug con- cylindrical, the grains being from one Catalogue.and prices. on.i>|.lleatlon. b e

: raotlre In all the Court* of the State tained liquor. A email boy about 6 yearsof eighth to oue-quarter of an loch in

1'Irl: ,la,and the United States Court age, with the frankness of childhood, length and abort one sixteenth inch in

',O Bon.235. TITCSVILLE FLA. asked his mother who accompanied diameter. The consistence of this pow THE J. S. JOHNSON CO.

Money to Loan. 18 him: der is similar to that of leather the surface

"Mamma, what makes that gentle- of a brilliant black. Outside of the Manufacturers -

TOME REYNOLDS man's nose so red?" above main components the powder con 1 % V:1: t

"Cold I suppose," responded the talus 8 per cent water and small quantities KETTNG, FISHING TACKLE, Twines, Etc.
A TTORNEY.A T-L.\W. lady and then she chided her son, saying of graphite and other inert sub
"You must not ask such quefctious! stances. In the open air this powder -1): AI.L KIMM: (t- It

Hutchinson Avenue, Tommy." burns rather slowly with an orange colored Nets and Seines Made to Order
"Would your nose bo as red as hisn' flame and without producing q

ftimille, Flojlda. if you were as cold as he is?" questioned smoke. It I. exploded by shock, but only Plain end Fancy Fishing Tackle especially ill

the juvenile. that portion of the powder directly receiving for Horid Tr..It' i1't

DWELL TITUS, "Hush, Tommy" enjoined mammaas the shock really explodes. The Depot for Fishermen's Supplies 5 1
she! put her hand over the boy'l balance of the powder is thrown out
burned. The special 121 South Street,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. mouth. without even being
This action made Tommy both suspicions benefit of this powder II its perfect Im- spr004frnnltiniorn.. Mil.W.L. A
|Practice In State and Federal courts Land chafed moisture. Paris Na
and uncomfortable and he I munity against ----- --- ---
k. I ipeclalty Attorney for Board of under the restraint until his mother removed -

Unt CommlelonenandCounty Solicitor. her hand. ture.'J"h.. Snows of Man I DOUGLAS

II 11.,1: 81. TITUSVILLE FLA. Tommy observed the solid citizen I )
June last the snow liTHE IrST e4
the lat
On S3 SHOE (
closely for a moment or two. ,'IT YOa A KING P ,
around the south pole of Man was about r 1
The car was going up the incline. $ D, CORDOVAN;
will 2,400 miles across. A snow cap of pro r5LNCN&LNAMGLLOCALF,
"This is the way good people go
'" portionate dimensions on the earth 4.13.SJI FINE CALUk'ANGARDIl
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW to heaven, won't they mamma
would in the northern hemisphere extend .3.V POLICE,33OLE1l1 T 1

III -ILLE, FLORIDA. Tommy piously."I as far south as St. Petersburg the I
i suppose so, my son, rejoined Greenland and Mount ,a i WORKIN6MEN'S' .
southern point of
Vjentfor:: Fire and Accident Insur- devout mother.
III' Elias in Alaska. 13y the lat of July t2.l.tBOYS'SCHOOlSHBE
n" the best and strongest com- "Wicked old men will not be allowed St. .
l8Ie the diameter of the snowy area had diminished L.A.DIC3
there, they
to take jugs up
the '
miles. On
to about 1AOO
-- N 00
mamma? said Tommy. L't
of It was only 1,100 miles,
face became 1st August srESfcO
:w BAT DADE COCJTTV.AV : The old gentleman's the date of T
ANB the and white ran riot and on the 81st of August, V1.v: B't'> LCw .
IT EWAN, scarlet and mother's pink fair face. She the summer solstice in the southern atOCKTONMMe.the The Finest Fishing and Boating In tho World
the Over ODe Mlllloa PeepJe wear
:J. U. S. COMMISSIONER. over young son's indiscreet hemisphere of Mars, the snow cap was day Long or short trl|>". Electric,
started to apologize for her W. L. Douglas $3 & $4 Shoe Pleasant parties being organized every
Notary Public State at Large. but 600 miles across. But heat accumulates Naphtha and Steam Launches can l he leaned from hotel) management/ The 1'lire*

sayings. madam," in a Martian summer after the sun All our shoes are equally .atlsf actor Great Hotels. are under the pernonal ntnu.iKemunt of Mr. J. II King, Corresl .
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. "No apology is necessary, has begun to decline, just as It does upon They give the best value for the money.They undence Invited from all who seek health iiltwtmre and I comfort.
|<.4rreti\>ondence solicited. Address quoth the irate citizen. "Your son bas equal custom Shoes In style end fit. >
the melting W. WltKNX 1'ssuengerTraffic Manager.
and accordingly B ,
the earth, Their wearing qualities are unsurpassed.
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove, to deleterious
apparently been exposed: continued after the solstice The price. ere unHorml -stafnped on sol.
Office Ewan's Landing. influences. To vindicate myself I will of the snows Prom Si to*J saved over other ...k...
contains was passed. At the end of Septemberthe If your deafer cannot Supply you we can. bold)1 bJ

GEORGE W. ALLEN, show nothing lie addressed you in but the all molasses.car that himself and this"then to jug applied all the himself passengers opening diameter only of about November of the 880 snow miles It covered was, and less at regionwas than the Titusville GEO., B.- RUMPH. Florid,. The florida (Central & peninsular Railroad

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, to the task of pulling the cork. SOO miles.-Philadelphia Inquirer. .

When the jug was opened, there was Short Lino between "'orl.ll811d all Northern Points.
|Key West Florida.
the pungent and delicious odor of poach Ca. Columbia Washington, Bal-
TweelyBvs Knot Oeaa Stese.rnAway Everett, Savannah, Augusta, ,
Will I the United States the car. The ii-.
practice In brandy permeating
at The last torpedo boat I timore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
I and Mate Court. 9Jun9Dit. He had seized some one else's jug we go.

the grocery store As the solid citizenis tested in Great Britain the Doxer, 200 7 : : Everett Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati
10 feet beam and drawing !
a temperance worker, there was a feet long. and Chicago
B L. WILLS, titter among the passengers who knew feet I Inches, showed a mean speed for I Everett Birmingham Holly\ Springs Memphis, Little Rock: Kansas City, St.

him. He left the jug sitting in the center six trial miles, with and against the Poor : Louis, Chicago Sioux City.

PIITSICIAN A SURGEON, of the car and jamming his hat tide, of 89.814 knots per hour. In the : Hirer Junction, I'enniwoU, )Mobile Now Orleans Texas., Mexico, California
flow 1 7 1HIK1.
down over his eyes jumped off as soon presence of such possibilities no andthe'scllioCoach EffeetlfcMurch .

TITLSVILLE FLORIDA. as it reached the top of the incline. coach need Imagine that we shall long : : ,, Now lark Unillml and New lurk Fa**).
know what makes rest content to crow the ocean at the w ,/e, wrrae Mall leaves Ja,' +"twilit II ") a. .... and S flEm
IJFJ'IC'E-) Hutchlngoa Avenue, near "Now mamma, Health ..dally, with ThroiiKb lullinan! Mwiiers fur
the Indian River hotel. his nose so red,exclaimed Tommy tri >ax rate of the Lnoanla. '.se-0' uww .t Hovannah, oliuulila: .lilnitum.,. B.|.
the persecuted citizen disappeared When the twin screw boat was first tluuire, 1'bllalila. New York, iw.t.m awl all
umphantly as
k.at.rn polnu Arr JaiksoBVUIe le 8wa.st.
Tribune.A talked of, old fashioned engineers .' "" .
-Cincinnati than and f:GO p. w.a..w
their beads, saying that the friction to means so much more t y t:..nnpartuent'Cr.letwe.sSt.Auglwtbteanda
M. W. LICHTT, added the second engine would overbalance and .J._,_ ,, s N.. York: 1laingcaru lu and from W nailingt -
Bar Thin* by you imagine-serious >....
'"Te111111o cried the group of maidens!, the gain in power, and the plan fatal diseases result from *
at- would fall Two screws and engines = the It eMC.lII IIIuuntrrof
and sly LU Thronvk *
remain always young '
ailments neglected. f fvusMttlu.mudKMwmbU
however, proved to be more economical trifling ( Middle Inrlila.
tractive. B H Leave Jai kwinvlu V.AU a. m.
U replied the sage without in power than one screw, and Dre'rCramps' Don't play with Nature's'greatest 0" + to for Lake' City.rj*. flak Madlsw.. Munllwllo I ,
Fort "That easy Junction
Pierce, Florida. nil book. three screwed Columbia and w e JTellaha.sa, River fauui via, Mulule
even raising bis eyes from gift-health. New' Or loam. ,ami the southwest. Maim ('allry
"Get a fortune and single"-ladianapolia Minneapolis show greater economy also .. fornia and the farlne C _&. lanlo lUeewirs,
than the two screws. Ships of 1,000 feetor Is ye'.ref.sIIs+ .0's Arrives Jacksonville: a Ia.
JournaL"What OBI of sons,wensad ,
J"H\ ASPIYW ALL, let and three screws and a stead f
: (raerally es- Leaves Jacksonville B JM a. .. lot SUrke,H wthorne -
A Ore** MBA. peed of 36 knot per hour are almost Browns bnNalsuccess, Ip ; r 5 S ; rlnK,(Mala, Oaiuesvill*, Ce ..... Bo appetiteaad iluk.irtaiidu ,
W: :j. ;1--, v 1 ( Laounrhee. 1...J. tll'). Sisal City; ,

Twitter Is." X.. a sew Il.e Arm Wae Iboi.mAn the cwt reliable -- r. .I r ? Tampa ArrivuJm kmwrlii..alp.m.

tAl' "I never beard blm soy a clever accident, unusual that the vl* Iron Bwdlctae.vBlchteVrowa streafibcaias; 4 p 1, Cincinnati and rioricU'U.itsd. Leave Jack.

I.ALLIE, FLORIDA.T thing." tim was not aware of It for several! '. IroB kit' I II l s a 0 0 *'nvllle vi>. w. &IMTe>tUi lTralsj. Tint
bo mon about the ten. A few beetles V J 8 a Mule over ZS hour w Inelanatl, via Maoon,
"No but can boors,occurred to Mis Frances A. Lam) e re-beaeilcoaiee Atlanta ( .. for Nashvlll
without stumbling over the rugs. Walnut Hill, 'r nepleat Ike s iMiuivlil I .It-.f'- u Burta Sail
A RUE P ELY, room of Lane Seminary square ,')'II sal. IrrisuJackwvsiYbis.w.at .
Bitters first dueetff"
-Chicago Record. : on Tuesday. Kill Lamb was in town or w'1 very J1AaIIA..uua.u.I v -

t}: \.1.1 ESTATE, FIRE, LIFE ANDACCIDEINSURANCE. Beard. a shopping expedition and while pat- :d It's r II II(Iii Holly Sprints Bart+*. At.I wls,Kkasas City.
All B* Ie "!Le. ..., (
... vUMacun
along Fourth street slipped on UM r. ,,,., Chliaico. l *>e Je.a.u.vsll. I'JU: p.
lag _
"Did anybody insinuate that I !tOld and broke her right am -55 \,\' a AUa ta. ........_. llutly Springs,
x .tary Public for the State at Lar e. the New York police Icy pavement It Cures ionic, clilcaffo. abet thy Through Steepen without
inquired S.risiMMMan.Clay Bt
? she knew : ,
.l&n. oforuatioB as to Government and BUM myself below the elbow. Altboagh !! I Than Memphis(u H K.....City; ass ... ........,and unly vu. cUan tl. to Ctuac> awl Stout City. AnireMtT

> MKLBOCRXt, FLA. man."I didn't hear that," replied his her that arm she which bad sustained was Indicted some by Injury a sllgbl fc i I Dyspepsia, K14n.y and Liver r Jw.. **, M..,YeJ Lr.lforTatlahaw.Sad a. "..: Intormwllat. fullmaa p Uta.sluvpers Amve Jacksonville Arrive JaiksfiBVIOeTJOSJa.ruur I J6 p. n. .

friend "All that came to my ears was feeling of discomfort, she did not know Neuralgia Troubles yes V. HfVa llalyiwaarwush.Tampa Sad laienwHtlate Leave pulnkr Jatksoavlll I0. =-a. us, II .... a. u.,I4'r'su..Inu p...
Bad Blood L TnlB* ...and I .M>a. setocHrml.rmauUl.Bt.SrusburgandAsMvllk.laeJectas.svWc
yourself away.Wash Constipation:: vU Everett leers JackMwvlll* S:ye a.
and fc
that gave f4 her injury
A'awlllpt.t.. yon the extent r daily M IW P. m., ltbuflaD
"I uee "thatbexyeuay" ington Star. the Woman's Exchange when she tool Malaria, Nervous aJ1meauWomeo' L .... .
laid Mn. CorBtotMl. r n. < Jacksnavlll (OO as Po.
leoplq la WMhiagtao think that gu b"They'nright rr U1.. lunch, and then proceeded to her homeAfter complaints. ...1tlaala AtlaBU.. mine two Train.too Holly Iially Leave steepen. eau remain IB a.their' .lrtbs ButU lee a. m.
Euy arriving theN she discovered thai Get the' leenlae h kss creeeed red I all Night tll.rlif. tan INI day tnlus 'betweeat JaoksonvOle, ai>4
sir Tb. time will BBC:its wrapper. AllMhers ares.kstttale renoaa tUeepwe OB : euiuteet with ail fuloU U riurliia.ff .
Dunker-YOlo serious ailed her and BorllierB and west* train*
her bus- something arm CM receipt of ewe 8C. atseipavewill TuspaOur
loo. replied *
-1 toP come when man can travel around Dr. Isbam was sent for. Be set the free > *e.d art fA Teei ....tlt.. WerU I Seed for Bsl Indexed TowBsnln Map ut florid to
"VW idA', one congressman bit collar. zed took-Ire*. O. MACDOXELL,
without changing Faar View A.
world Cincinnati Commercia: PEXMNQTOV,
the N.
e tared tone.
year-.5etroH '
ns fa,000 Hill-Urn. You could do It now.a .- Oaaette. OWN CHCMICAI- CO. ALTIUOftf.- Traffic Manager, General Passenger Ag't
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Clothier and famlsher -

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t i fbiAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 13, 1895f _._ ___ _

President; W B. BAOw. V.ce-Pr. -

A ,,.S.LY 10U.ltAl. DtVOTBDTO Till t.TBIKIItor > Which I is now In session, from i I (fur local columns tell the storyof ICAL MARCH 8UMMAKV, 1805.FOll INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM

Ora Ear or 1'H.rllDtAlI atf to AIID the Indications already at hand, I.I the sad disaster which befell our

LAIR woaTH..""roll'. not going to make a very great record community lives this have week.been Two terminated bright 65.4 The, which mean Is temperature one and a for half March degree was (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida. 111

for wisdom. It Is too early young above the average, and nearly two degrees Authorized capital
under circumstances which have lower than the same month last s: OO.Coc

.... ,... ............ WAITER S. OBAHAM.AuocUM however, to measure Its standard stirred most deeply the heartfelt year. Highest temperature" 87 on the C Paid up capital, $25OOc

-Editor* ,CHA H.W ALTOII we must wait until it has acted up. sympathies of our people. It I.unnece..ry is 13th; lowest, 89 on the 4th. Average deposits,
Manager and lowest S300,0oc
on the various bills before it ; but for us to dwell upon Highest recorded, 88 In 1894 and 84 previously In :

Tltuflvllle\ the indications are not good. The the details Or reawaken the pangsof 181)0.;)
Office Washington Avenue Transacts a General
sorrow which have, to a certain The mean temperature was ttt and Ban
Indian River, Florida. very fact that it will not pigeon.
nineteen and the maxi
extent, been modified or controlled.It above on days,
hole such bills as that introducedby is useless to dwell upon "what mum was 73 and above on fifteen days. Business,
Mean for tills month for
PUBLHIIED' !: EVERY ritlDAT. Senator Darby looks bad. Thinkof might have been" if they had not temperature O.J.9.:

the absurdity of the state accepting ventured upon that fatal sail last eight Total yeans rainfall was 1.04 Inches, which Largest and Odest! Bank CD the ijI81J

Sunday morning and it avails tis about one and one-third Inches less
Check,etc., may te made payable to "Oraham one or two three.year notes ; than the average. Kiln fell on the different DIRECTOR!
4k Walton," pnbllnhera and proprietors In payment for taxes. Think of nothing to speculate as! to how the days, the greatest amount being ,rniTrnARn.W.U,HM >.
disaster occurred. The scene dur of \atinnalllllnk of Jm K
Inches' the 2nd.
subscript. In. all the confusion and etpense Involved ing the last moments of Earl Mun- Greatest on and least rainfall for this III'RKF.'IceI'reold.nl), AS. GRAil\ ilacksonTllle Ip L
Twelve month, 1 BOBH \ n> \il
100 for clerical work in collecting son and Miss Ella Skill must ever month since htatlon was established 4.43 KKOWH !

Three" .80 such promises to pay. If this remain a mystery ; it is incapableof Indies In 1801, and 0,W In 1804. eoanrsroxpE. ,
rainfall for this month for Seaboard National Hank it \ \n
Single copy, .8 measure becomes law it will of itself being unravelled by mortal eight Average year, :2.3.1 inches; average number National Hank of Jack nnlll arrITUs

Strictly In advance be sufficient to destroy any reputation thought. of rainy days: for same period, eight. ",TI1 1.L, 1 LA.

The above rate lnrltnleth.. payment of po t- the present legislaturemay The great grief of the mother, ina There were 19 clear day, 10 partly .____ h___ ____ __ -- -_
:: lir during ns. nnlMrrlntlons the year.IHMHintlnnanra can commence anytime make by the passage of cred far-olf state, as she thinks of her cll/nltyan" two cloudy day Average -
cloudiness on a scale of 0 to 10, 2/1.
itable statutes. The governor has only son-who was just entering
Total wind movement 07'X miles, or
of advt mint lie made yrr- recommended to the various tax the threshold of manhood-
tonally\ at this offiie or by writing. upon an average velocity of thirteen miles an THE EDWARD STILING CART
collectors throughout the state that canrjot be described in language. hour. Prevailing direction south, or It ,

MF:Mil Fit*' OF they defer closing their books until The mental agony of the lady who per seived.cent Highest of the velocity total directions 4;> miles, from ob- Made (for Sandy Soil, Having 3 inch Tread

THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, late next summer. We think has lost her beloved sister, as she the north, on the 17th.

ArriUATKn KITH TIIK that the county commissioners gated upon the changed face that There was one thundcistorm during/:

National lslilona.1 Amoriatton.Aldreoa have a right to extend the payment was beautiful only a few days ago, the month, and light frost was reported 1

of taxes wherever the necessity was heart-rending to all observers.The from the country on the 4th.J. .
warrants but our tax collect burial services which
all enmmanlcatlon to the Frnprfe- ; were Observer.
to.n, or and the county commissioners held at the Episcopal church yesterday

need not act upon the suggestion 1 morning, were attended by
GRAHAM WALTON, For Kent, n Brick Store.Do .
of the governor! unless they see fit. many sorrowing, sympathetic
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, There is no necessity in this 1 the need brick In
county hearts many of whom followed you a good store, an
TITLBVU-LIC, FLORIDA. for such an extension. Our taxes remains to their resting place. As excellent position In town, and away
this better than ; from wooden buildings If no, call on
are paid look
-- up year we out on the peaceful Robbins .t Graham or C. II. Walton,

DAUB county lias ,appropriated ever. The delinquents appear to : bosom of our beautiful river, ADVOCATE office, Titnsville, Fla.
be made mainly of "rocky" cor. it
exhibit at the up gleaming In the moonlight, yEDW.EIRD
1750.00 for a
county poratlons who are destitute of I seemed incredible that its watersso FOR SALE BY -
What is Bre- Have you examined the Walton Rapid
Atlanta exposition. funds, and of non-reltldente. We ; placid and beautiful\ -could Calking Machine ? It U In use by Rose STXLtISrG:: : ,

vard going to do in this important notice that several of the Boardsof ever be so angry and destructiveas A Oliver, the finest launch builders in

matter ? If any action is to be county commissioners through. : to deal out death to the young Florida; also Merrill-Stevens, Jacksonville The Lumber Hardware and Paint Denier

out the state have written their and beautiful but the harrowing ; the Newport News Shipbuilding OOOOA., Inclli: : n: ILivor: u-x.OnXDA
taken it should be done not later ;
Co. well
as as many of the best boat
than the May meeting of the board. nftmbers in the legislature that the : scenes of the past few days were builders In the north. Write for testimonials -- -----

extension is unnecessary.We no frightful dream. The sad cal. etc., to J, O. Walton, Titus.
The famous Indian River country think the whole thing is. amity was too true-so real that vllle, Fla. e

should let the people who visit wrong in principle, and unwise asa for years to come it will never be $ HARLAN HOTEL LAKE HELEN, Florida, +

Atlanta know that there i is such a matter of policy. In the first recalled by memory without being A Few Old Postage Stamp ,

section in Florida. place the collector is paid a cer again pictured vividly in the A short time ago a young woman of MISS S. KEMPE t VICTOKU |

tain sum for doing certain work ; mind's eye, and giving a pang to Medford, while rummaging In her fa.ther's Proprietress.IIOTELPAsbu y Park, \, J

TilE Dan) an correspondent in he is not supposed to keep his those who loved and those who In which attic there, came across half an old dozen reticule old HARLAN HOTEL, Lake Helen, Volusla county, Florida; 120 miles south of f I
books after April 1st, and if were a Jacksonville; high plateau between St. Johns river and Atlantic ocean forts
the Star, says that journal "fell on open knew these two young people who stamps. The reticule had been there ; pine
the time is extended until Augustor and orange belt; healthful and delightful climate; all conveniences; table and .ppotntments -
the shell road and knocked the bottom have passed away. since 1863 and thinking that the stamps excellent; pure rock well water. Terms moderate. On Jacksonville,
out of it." Hut the official report October, he will have to keep might be valuable from their age she St. Augustine & Indian River Railroad by way of New Smyrna; also Jacksonville.

of the County Commissioners, his books open and give his time TilE ST. AUGUSTINE }'lIm.It took them to her father and asked him Tampa & Key West Railroad, connecting at Orange City Junction.TIIE .
which appeared la another columnof for a number of months without to inquire into their value. Last week,
additional Aside to her surprise, her father told her that
that compensation. -------------------
the ------ -
same issue says a ma. U laid that Mr. Flagler pays 71: per
from this it is well for Floridato for her Interest in the stamps he would
jority of the people, in four of the cent of all the city taxes In bt. Augustine
pay her fare to Washington and back
districts out of the fire in county, publish to the world an exaggerated and that he pays over 00 per cent and her expenses for a two weeks' visit

are in favor of the road. Who is Idea of the disastrous effects of all taxes in St. Johns county. Besides there. This sounds like a very liberal

right, the Banyan scribe or the of the freezes. There are very few this, he keeps certain streets In St offer, but It la probably; not so much so A

four commissioners who made a of our people who are unable to Augustine paved and clean at its own as it seems. The expense of such a trip

careful investigation to ascertainthe pay their taxes. We are not utter. expense. These are certain burdens might be about $50, while the stamp

fact ? ly, ruined. Florida is all right and which, as property owner, he bears as a are worth about $90. They: ; are the 8
there Is no object in trying to give cent pink of the issue of 1861 and are
week his
matter of course; but last valueas
the world impression. valued in the new catalogue, which is
FouR-rimis of the County Com a contrary a benefactor to St. Augustine was out
Just coming at $15 each. In the old
missioners' districts, or all but one brought strongly before the public. catalogue they; were offered at $5, but

are in favor of the road project. CONCERNING CANAVERALWe Capt. Key McFadden, who saw the fire, they have become so rare that the price

Shall one-fiftb rule the other four. tells us that If It had not been for the has been put up. Although they could

fifths ? We fear they will if they are in receipt of a complete Ponce de Leon hotel hose the conflagration probably; not be sold to a dealer for that

kick loud enough, and the big copy of the report of Major Hand- would have been much more de price, they; are sufficiently; valuable to

crowd are humored enough to stand bury in regard to the proposed structive. The fire apparatus of the make it a lucky; find.-Boston Transcript

such injustice. The greatest goodto breakwater at CanaveraL It is un city would not work, and for a full hour

the greatest number is the democratic favorable. It purports to be a report the fire spread before an effective effort Couldn't Spar the BooU.

doctrine, aad :the Star asserted of a survey of the harbor at By had tliU been time made the to Hotel arrest Ponce Its progrens.de Leon The following incident occurred at r-

a few weeks ago that it was Cape Canaveral. It will be remembered Are department succeeded In bringing an entertainment In the provinces last

fighting for that result. If the that Congress, about a their hone to play on the flames, and the winter. On the programme a certain HOTEL ORMOND,

County Commissioners' report is year ago, appropriated a sum od fire was soon controlled. Without this gentleman was down to sing "The ORlIOND-ON-TIIE.II A ur A t.
should have the road. for and estimateof effective aid the flames would have un Miner's Dream of Home," and to adda Accommodation for 300 guests. Rates
correct, we money a survey much $5 per day and upwards Special rates pet
doubtedly spread over larger
effect the
special to he
song knowinga week in
the cost of constructing a national area. We understand Mr. Flagler has April. Open until April 23th.
friend, a fireman at the fire station
harbor of ordered of additional No place In the South offers such attractions for Winter Home Ormond.
refuge at Cape a large amount I a ali
SENATOR CASEINS and his col. about three minutes' walk from the Cottage Lots at all prices.Do .
Canaveral. It from Ma. hose, so a* to be able to reach any pal.tof
appears, hall out and borrowed
leagues have been using a good the business ran his topboots.His Not Miss
up that portion of the city from the Hammock Drive at Ormond.
deal of the time of the legislature jor llandbury's report no survey his group of hotels.TIE turn on the programme came
made. The and round. He ANDERSON & PRICE, Manager
way map appeared on the stage in all
by telling of their war experiences.What -
soundings which he submits with I the glory of a red blouse, slouch hat, -
bearing have these matters his report is from a survey made ATLANTA IMPOSITION white breeches and (the fireman') top-

on necessary legislation f Any by Lieut Chester the U. S. navyas boots. HI rendering of the song was a
senator or representative who Will open Its doors In a few months. terriflo success up to the middle of the
and it
wishes to make a record for himself far back as 1878 seems What U Brevard county going to do in second ,verse when a commotion was

as a good storyteller, should that no survey has been made since the matter If anything is to be doneIt heard at the entrance the halL A hot 4S

reserve his talents for the hotel that time, and the major did not Is time some action was being taken. and eager fireman forces his way throughthe
Mr. Duboio wine deem the project of sufficient The ADVOCATE has urged upon Its readers audience, up to the footlights and
smoking-room, or the wisdom of sending a creditable
importance to make a survey. lie bawls out at the top of his voice:
room. The time of the legislature exhibit from It re yard but our
belongs to the people, and it costs came to this conclusion, it seems, remarks have fallen cuuntr'ears. We "Bill ;you've got to come out of them
? because, from his inspection of the have failed to arouse interest. Where 'ere boots if ;you value your life. I'm
$100 an hour. Uemlniscence( at "
harbor and rough estimates it the power lies there rests the responsibility called to a fire. Curtain.-Tit-Bits.
that price are too expensive a luxury. -4hat I* with the people. If no Irrnl
million dollars .
would cost ceres: i I .k
exhibit Is made, it is not our funeral; iI
which he is out of all s ,10 cT s rl -
says, pro- but we must confess we shall feel more Grow'. Mlalatir Tree + 1 ll
portion to the commerce existing or less mortified If our sister county of It i tJ; k4 TTi F, r r d
BISCAYNE BAY TRANRPORTA- vastly; interesting experiment
In the vicinity. He adds that the Dade comes up with a splendid exhibit,
I with an acorn and study it
TION F ACILITITIES.I M she I* almost ceitaln to do, and lirevaid I ; possibilitie
harbor is well situated for a naval
a* an attractive window garden plant
with the famous Indian River i .
station, and if the railroad systemof country, remains apathetic, and Is only One of the most popular method of
It is reorted from Jacksonvillethat Florida was exterfded to the conspicuous by Its absence at Atlanta.It starting it into growth i*to suspend it bya

the steamer Manatee, which !harbor, it would make by far the Is folly to say "times are too hard." piece of thread within half an inch of F t ,
The most successful business men advertise the surface of some water contained ina e 4
has been plying on the St. John'sriver most convenient outlet for our products A t
heavier than ever In times of de.presdon. hyacinth glass. should be permitted
for many years, has been particularly for phosphate ; Now is the time to advertiseour to remain suspended in this manner
chartered to run between Key West but he does not believe the govern. advantages at the capitol of an adjoining without being disturbed, and after a

and Itlseayne Hay, and that it ment should build the breakwater state. Why not tax some of the time it will burst and throw a root into

1 would leave Jacksonville for the Imply as a harbor of refuge. lIe and untaxed appropriate personal a property thousand In dollars the county for the water and shoot upward its straightand

new route this week. The people says that he addressed a circuular Atlanta fTITUH'ILLE tapering item with beautiful little

i of Key West have shown a Rood letter to 14 steamship lines whose green leave A young oak tree growing THE CORDOVA, ST. AL'GL'TINE.

Ideal of enterprise in establishing vessels pass our coast, and only re- WEATlimt UKPOUT. in this manner in the window is a very Accommodation for 400. Rates: 13 per day and upwards; per week, special>
|this steamboat line. Their action celled replies from five, four of restng object Several oak trees and r.
C. B. KMOTT Manar
a chestnut tree have been noticed ,
was a necessity If they hoped to which were indefinite in character -- -- -
growing thus, but liable ---- -- --
they are to die --
old the trade of lilscayne Kay and and exhibited but little interest In The following I* a comparative statement after ; -- -- ----
few month
probably; owing to
of and rainfall the
kae keys. Everything is the matter. One reply alone-that temperature
now snap.jUig weekending Wednesday, April 1005: the fact thai the water is not changed
itself to promote a rapid develB hick came from the Mallory -13W.- -18111.DATE .- I often enough to afford them the necessary
>pment of the bay country. Every Steamship Line-was urgent In the quantity; of nourishment from the
port ut the people of Key West to I belief that the breakwater wouldbe 4 78 %4 65 ft* matter contained in it, but the Interest TITUSYILLE
ontrol the trade of lliscayne Hay of great value to the shipping 3 8J: (V;) 73 47 displayed in the short lived little trees TO DAYTONA Vill call forth counter efforts on which passed through the Straitsof (J 71 Mi 71 M 1*well worth the trouble of experiment.. ,

jie of the understand the 7 74 61 74 67 ing.Philadelphia Record. Via
part Flagler system if It Florida. We 8 78 47 U 61 Hillsboro and Halifax Rivers
lopes to bring the bay business lion. C. M. Cooper is not discouraged
9 8J U 73 U India rubber i* recovered from shoe L
Us way and, with a pull for the by this adverse report, but 10 87 d() 73 64 by treating with diluted sulphuric acid 9.'CTNCH: OZONE

..de of the bay being made by will endeavor to have a proper sur. Total rainfall for the week 1.lllnehea. and afterward steaming the finely 1'01...asseoelu pAa rear aatwrdaF, cad 1I..d.J'. For l+wsettinauvltw
oth Key West and Mr. }Flagler vey and a eareful estimate next Departures from normal rainfall for the round product nnder a pressure of six : Dayton

>e result must be tbatthls farted winter ; and he also believes that from week normal: plus rainfall 0.77 Inches.since January Departure 1st; atmosphere The steaming process uMatSsesame.Ie:aft _, ,j-.is:.' and FlldaFatoato'tloekp. r roc_

section will secure exception- the chances of securing an appro. minus 2.08 seems to effect a dovulcanlxatloa by oxidation. For further MotmtUom. address J. alrsr.

|ly good transportalon facilities prlation for the work are still Inches.J.. E. LASorrrtB, -. '.,TltusTBl.ITorll,.

i the near future good. Observer. M w 011 tsou Ts1w board: r.p,.u.,.

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est Honor Awarded*-World** Fair. "Pro prices motto.,bono and the p.obllco"Jlubllc seems reAp the to benefit.be the To Orange-Growers. J. W. Y.-Stelfox:, ;

DR; ]nereA'.cer
onah'' "red landlord.Manager The Sharp!Sharp may family be The largest{ crop and best grade of fruit can only be obtained

m have bought the Coronado, and Improve. q' using fertilizers containing HARDWARE
sod ota outside.are now being made-both Inside -.4 4 -

With a good, stock, a well-equipped Not Less than J 2% Actual Potash..,

livery, several truck gardens, and no Eau G-alllo, F1or1d.0.:

many, Coronado persons giving Is making their time big stride to fishIng .. This la equally true of pine-apples and other tropical fruiK Cook Stoves, Oil end' Wood Heaters, Farming Tools Poultry Netting, Ammunition t

CREAM, Not only at the hotel are improvements Tin and Tinware, Ualvarilted 1 Sheet, Hand and Hound Iron; lalvanlzed
being made, It i Is the rule among all the Our books on Potash art sent free. They will cost :you nothing to read and will set limit Material, Hopes and all bOAt good and east. nets, Paints, I.In seed Oils, \hard
cottages. A road will also be built on .on dollars. GERMAN KALI WORKS M :Nutau' Strttt. New York Oil Finish. etc. lalvanlred Knapsack Sprayers, (4 00.

DAJJN6PODLR the second ridge, from the hotel to the ----------- -.---. -- -- -= I Always pleased to quote prices, and correspondence solicited
which has born cruising on the )Banana DINNER A LA RUSSE. I

Messrs. Morse nnd Leavett, of Orange river, touched at Eau Uitllie List: Frid.iT.Mevurs. .
City, are making improvements, Includ Jas. 11. MrKrown, of DeLftnd; Food i.n.d From a Old Tbl_Flower*
ing a new barn. Mr. Currier, of Lake and F. S. Sam and W. Abbott, of New and ConversUos.Dinner Branch Moose
Helen, having sold the hotel, has come Sm'rnwere: aboard, and are luting an a la Rnsse-although for the BAKER & HOLMES ,
MOST PERFECT MADE over, and he and Mrs Currier are going enjoyable trip. matter of that it might be dinner 1'An--

Gr Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret I to have their cottages! as they used to be Capt. C. M. Bnln.ird was hero lasttl'elnesdaywith glals, a 1'Itnlleu with just. M good
r Alum or my other adulterant -clean and neat. Hereafter, the bent the Olh'ette. Onlxmnlwere ren on-In spite of its rather fashion
>LlO mmonu YEARS THE STANDARD. cottages will not bo rented to be made his mother, Mr. I.. (I. Hi.\lmml. able name, is realty a 1'Cr11lmple per ARTHUR J. DOYLE, Manager.
boarding houses
of, as they were last and their guests-Mrs. M. It. Hill and foruianco. It merely means that, insteadof
summer. and Miss A. Hill of )Boston. The
l' having the various dishes composing --- ----- -- -
The three daughters and part are enjoying an outing on the Indian \ all the table
at ,
granddaughter tho once
repast put
Banyan. of the lion. .regor (enzel, of Minneapolis River before going north. they arc placed on a a side table and Warehouse Room on J., T. & K. W. and J., St. A. & I. R Railways,

and the gentleman himself are Miss Nellie St. Clair, daughter of Mr. served from there by the servant, who tI' 1
at the hotel for at least: a month. The --_ __ --- TITUSVILLE FLORIDA
A. A. M. Clair, and one of the prettiest passes each In turn. This affords a :
tit, >t rain on Tuesday, which was fact that there have been enquiries from J
,girls: of our VI1lIjtanti Mr. Chaile* chance for some decoration upon the ta
[>n IIl.an pickers. two or three other parties for rooms Wcllcr, a nun: who spent several m:.ut:us IN -
young | of
where the "Menzel ble. There i* usually some sort embroidered
> are' being shipped to the mark- party" were tt'llsltl Tears In this vicinity, were married: last
an own story. They are a delightful crowdto afternoon the Kcv. II. M. centerpiece. The chances are
nit lively. have Monday by achieved of the love Grain Feed Flour Meal & Grits
on the bcacJi, and the hotel Prince. The happy couple left for Cleveland that it was by one Hay
m\ ,it the finest onions In Florida people are loud In their praises-Indued, 0., on Tuesday, followed by the ly daughters or even by the lady of the ,
fie seen In the garden of P. A. MoLu the visitors at the Coaonado are all ex- well wishes. of their filends. They house herself and it is always wise to
also! the finest cucumbers we ceptionally pleasant. The musicales lose expect to return to Eau Gallle In the remark upon the elaborateness of the Cotton Seed Meal Fertilizers and Crate Material 0
none of their Interest, but rather ;
seen seem fall. stitch or the beauty of the design if you

j L Stewart's new house Is about to be more and more enjoyed.The Mrs. Thomas Biihour and her friend, are a guest en famillo. That not only :::r Terms Cash with order Ask for our price IIl1t.rtl deal cxtlusUrly). In I a t
[leted, It shows off well from the soft boom of the unruffled\ wate'r Mrs. Lawson, left for their homes at calls out the history of the centerpiece the above line of giMxU; keep them In stock at all times In lltustlllo, and will\ give
Messrs. K. C. Creech & Homy and the deep murmer of the Ilea on Mon- Patterson, N. J., last Tuesday, the Illness and makes conversation, but lays up prompt and I'nrt'flllall'ntll'l\ all orders entrusted to us. Solleit lug tour 'imtionagc -
i''f lid the work. day night, April 1st, indicated a changeof of Mrs. Harbour's 1 brother having treasures for you in heaven and establishes we beg to remain, Very fl'III"'t'Uully! II.\K\Ml: A lldLMKs. d

lcaPllell are coming out much beth.in weather, and so It proved to be. It called her away much sooner than she yonr reputation for !good taste and.
[ was expected after tho last was followed by orle of the best rains Intended going. Mr. and Mrs. E. llraln- appreciation of the truly beautiful.On .
.),>. A good many are blooming and the writer has ever seen In the state; erd will occupy Mrs. Harbour's cottage this centerpiece a bowl of flowers
slow at first until the moistened
are growing from the was during the summer months until her lu establishments
| plants Is commonly placed.
thoroughly on the surface, then a steady return next winter. The genial lady COCOA ICE WORKS
downpour Now, what a change! ThereIs and her friends will\ be sadly missed, and where mOl\l'yls no object orchids, alaniandns -
t has. Smith, of Grant, was up last a fragrance and freshness to the west her many friends and acquaintance will rare ferns and the newest, costliest *
L, fertilizing\ \ and working his pines of us In the hammock and among the look forward to her return with roses appear and are changed from
[at Atlantic. The.plneapple plants palmettoes that Is delightful. It makes pleasure. day to day. But daisies and clover can Coooa, r1oridn. '
through the recent freeze in fine one glad they are lit Ing. Surely this 1i 1ia Is i be arranged just as effectively and cost "
beautiful world, and although many nothing but the trouble of gathering NOW XN OPEX1.ATION.: : '

j mty Suijt. J. II. Sams and his son have been of the severely freeze, stricken with such by weatheras the disasters Canaveral.The them,while in the winter there are jar. G. cs. s1Ii1's 1L.fl tq

\. |>e came down last Saturday to look dinieres of pl"rolll1l1ver, which can be
we are having, with the wonderful
It,Ir line bean crop. They have sevT resources of this land, there need be nowant. dance at the school house came filled with maidenhair or some other Manufacturer a
acres planted. Mr. Sams was stir- Even here, along the coast and off as usual. Among those present were delicate fern, and with a little care kept 'iid
))1,I to see so many of his pines in exposed to high winds at times and lea Mrs. George QUArterman, Mr. and Mrs green and thrifty for weeks The old ICE & DFSTI: : :LT. Ji3] ) \VATER

'n. air all\ the time, good gardens are being A. Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. It. Benham, fashioned ooiuters used as stand for decanters
|,member the ADVOCATE, Titus- made. :Mrs.( T. J. Thompson, Misses Gertrude are often utilized In this way, ABSOLUTELY FREE FROM IMPURITIES AND OBJECTIONABLE TASTE. i'
l does all kinds of job printing. Give Wilson, Lula Deliogory, Florence \\ llson, for any tinsmith can make a lining for
|share of your work.] [Job work cheaply, neatly and expeditiously Louise Myers, Bernice Quarterman, Fan- them in which plants will grow like a jP" Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Firtwr and Water ('txileis
the nie and Rose Master
I executed at ADVOCATE ottice, Penny, Floyd Quar-
The effect of flowers on
Titusville.\ Circulars, hand bills\ note terman, Messrs. C. 1'. Honeywell, M. O. green bay tree.
f heads, letter heads, envelopes, statements Cottrell, E. J. Pratoilus, W. II. Hitchcock the table van hardly be calculated. They Lake Worth Ice Works
I Georgiana. tags, etc., etc.] N. O. Penny and \\'. E. Chandler. have more charms than music to soothe t
Dancing was continued until 1 a. m. the savage breast, and any sentimentalist

: |III weather of late has been very fa- A new feature was Introduced Into our of your acquaintance can tell of Instances PALM JIEACH, FLAn
hIe for growing crops. It looks as Fort Pierce.Rev. weekly dance which we hope will be as where a glass bowl of nasturtiums
t have had no cold weather, judging beneficial as it was enjoyable. Our tastefully arranged before him baa t
I the present appearance of the vege- school teacher Miss L. Deliogory favored to wrought on the feelings of patorfauilliM -
. trees are showing Mr. Jordan held services here us with a recitation (a bard shell sermon. about er
. f crops. Orange that HH has said not a word
Iud growth. In certain locations on last Sunday.We Text: As it was in the days of Noah, so the overdone mutton or the soggy under 1
land one would hardly suspect that are enjoying some lovely spring shall the coming of the son of man be.) crust of his apple pia HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
'tie. such as we had In February, weather.
Florence Wilson recited The Bicycle If your table be a dream of beauty,
|,happened that as the the December trees cold The farmers are shipping beans, and Girl (A parody on Maud Muller). She yon will not require half such a hearty -
L 10 early orange were
i, hurt, as they were dormant. Beans are realizing very good pilces. I spoke in a clear voice and with no affectation meat The entire company will\ \ be so MANUFACTURED DY

[us peas, beets, tomatoes, radishes, Mr. and Mrs. Everett left for Palm which la so common among young wrapped up in admiring the scheme of '

i"'e. etc., are as promising as If no Beach on Saturday evening. speakers. color and the originality your combination Chapman Sudlow ;
wave had visited us. Pineapples "Jest afore Christmas," a comical that no one will be aware of ,
mt and Capt. A. J. Lewis returned last Mon- piece to which she done great justice. the
[putting new growth many the smallness of portions you serve.Fully
Im blossom; but whether the fruit day from a few days' visit down the We must remember that this Is the first half the expense of your ponies South Jacksonville Florida. ;
1 be fit to ship to market remains to river. time these girls have ever spoken In pub will I thus be lined at the outset, so that ,
kn. Had the blossoms been delay- Messrs. Tuttle and Chapman spent lic, and must compliment them on their commend themselves to economists
I couple of months, the fruit would Tuesday at the Inlet. They secured a success By special\ request there will be they well tLbtbeteDcwtou Herald For and :
f been all right, as the leaves, which large number of fish, including a large more recitations at the next party; and a* Oranges, Vegetables Pineapples.
k uential to the maturity of the fruit, stingaree. we hope in the near future Canaveral
lid have been re-produced and most may be able to boast of her speakers DAINTY TRIFLES
|y in full size, and then the pineapple The whist club held their meeting last X. O. Penny also deserve our thanks i --:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-
ruraa would, or could have maturede Monday night at Mrs Hanklns. A very The manifestation of the back comb ii
fruit pleasant evening was spent, quite a for some new figures which he Intro- in Dealers all kind of Haw Material, such as built Potash, Kalnlt, Cotton I
the most conspicuous thing jewelryat
duced In the square dances. Title also Soda
number attending. Seed Meal, Nitrate of etc., etc.
.\ bile we In Florida were suffering added to the evening's enjoyment. Ite- present Hone ground and steamed In tho factory In three different giUts.Zff .
I i I cold naves In December and Febru- Printing of all kinds done at the freshments were served at 112(0: o'clork, Golf makes its appearance in a new Send for Pamphlets and Tikes. ]

Minneaota, one of the highest points ADVOCATE office. and supplied by Mis. A. Franklin. W. charm. This is a bag in which the jeweled .. ..
C. Peterson as usual, supplied the -- -
orth America, whose waters flow In- sticks ara carried.
Vrctic and Atlantic oceans and Gulf music.A .
Eau Gallie.The The conservatory trowel It a dainty
Mexico mild weather .
was enjoying
A very pleasant sail was enjoyed by affair with silver or ivory handle, to F.E.
paratively speaking, which show Misses Gertrude and Florence Wilson F. CLARK
I the cold hugged the eastern slope steamer St. Sebastian has been and Luba Deltogory; and Messrs. work among the pots and window taxes c.E.. d
t base anded (
of the Rocky Mountains laid up for the summer months.Mr. W. II. Prastorlus and N. O. Penny, last An English woman has brought overa .
down into Northern Mexico; then. Sunday afternoon, aboard the Fantasma, tray of French morocco which contains
'ed.! or was forced with stronger or Wm. McIntosh left for Xew York
which has the reputation of being one a clock a calendar and a ther Jacksonville.FURNITURE
'rary Minds, over the Gulf and across last Monday. He ran Capt. Carey'ssteam of the fastest boats on the river. mometer.A J. : .
rula. Merritt'* Island, on the Eastt launch the past season.
supposed to be safe from either considerate jeweler has prepared
. 1 or frost, had to suffer more or .less, Mrs. C. A. Merrill, of Tropic, left for MAY HAY IMCMC. neat CMOS for stickpins These are of
her home'at Kansas City, Mo., on Tuesday -
ugh we have much left, proving I the friends. leather lined with chamois, with steps and CARPETS. ?
last with a of lady
I that hurt to be in the air alone party Come one, Come all\ Grand May day for the pint
wted orange tree were hurt very Mr. A. A. St. Clair has purchased from plc-nlo to be held at Oleander Point,
--(leave* remained, In some Instan- Mr. J. O. Walton a plot, 00x100 feet, for Cocoa, May: 1st, 18)15.) All are cordially A number of women bare been asked ----- -- ----
inburt. Beets, onions, cabbage, $.'00, on which he Is building a structure Invited to attend the largest day's sports U they like their knife blades ornamented Wholesale and llctuil. = =: : ::
and tomatoes escaped where any to be used as a bakery. ever held on Indian Itlver. Liberalprizes and they say, "No. The ornament
,of t proper protection against the given In all races. Picnic to commence tation make them look cheap. --
i wind was formed. The writer has With the discontinuance of the fast at 11 a. m., lasting all day, and There We have made special effort this Fall to have a block of Goods\ suitable fur the
.> 01 the cultivated here trains on the Flaglur road, we lose the ending with a grand ball at the Plaza The opal is seen everywhere. r
panned vegetable both cold benefit of an early mail from Jackson hotel. Music by Darrata's string or it a large variety now In new shape BUNt Coast liiijerH. '

II but small through damage. Even were ville. chestra. The old oral is only one form. Curious PRICES NEVER WERE AS LOW AS NOW ; ft
out with different OUR
wrought ,
patterns are
apple* were cultivated under an ar- I Mr. and Mrs McCaslIn, who have PUOOHAMUE::

the old did little or nor harm. All spent several winter on their housecoat ll.-00 L m. . .. . .Potato race shaped opals and diamond return mall. It I
'.lied i place suffered more or less. \ In Eau Gallie river, left for Winson, HilO: . ,Climbing greased polo Small aide comb are very much In jy Write us what you want, and we will quote price by

8 pineapple but open field* had Iowa, on Tuesday' train. 1 ;OO" .. .. . Speaking two. The prevailing ornamentation i* Number Is 20-22-24-26 West Bay Street. ;
''leave* injured, nearly all these The spectacle of an alleged democratic 1'130: p. m. ... . Grand basket plane either light overlay of gold ornament Our
0010111)the)( out, and within the next six member of the Democratic County Com- 1H: . . boda-cracker contest or diamond Colored stones are rarely -
'jlbl' \ will show no sign of having mittee, asking that committee to en- 130: .... . . . Tub raceR ned a* manifestly women desire their I w
t a fruzen. It I I. thought, however, dorse a republican for county commissioner .0) . . Clay pigeon shoot ide comb to with all their tol.letLJewelera'
mao "if the larger pines, that have la to the least. 3:00 . .. 100-yd. foot race agree
Prod"', .,cl pine a* yet, will be likely very queer say .. so .. .. . . Sack"rheelharrow. Circular. Lots in West Palm Beach !
I ,:10.1Itood, marketable fruit the A number of guests remain at the .. . \ .Aabl..__ i I
eat. met, a* they are putting out Hotel du Ml, which give promise of . Three-legged,: "
I I' 101.1.0' being a* agreeable: a summer resort as It Running backward 50yds. "I see that Miss Pasbem ha finally -- -- --

/ \' Is during the winter months. Mr*. M. 4-00: 8 mile (local riders) bicycle" uooeeded In getting into society." for the Lands in Dado County of ti "
, ou need In the way of job English, of Chicago, Is among the late 2 mile handicap "Really How did she accomplish Agent
When you want any printing arrivals slow '
loO-yd* itr
the ADVOCATE hare and Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co .f
a 1 mile ladies of
; Mr. and Mrs Frank E. Graham, whohave "Sho secured the position IOOle'1reportel'
'wad:honey do on the East Coast this, been guest of Mrs Wm. Treutler 5 mile (free for all) on The Daily Bcreecber._ Land Co. I
: .t' you some good Boston & Florwa Atlantic Coast
the past fortnight, returned to their NewYork Boat and backs can be hired running Brooklyn Life.

return home via Sanford on Tuesday.and ;eeIoh ,1 from Eo.Cocoa STILJXO to the ?Leas) hoteL CommitteeII. ''I Tfc ,,-tI... fare .f Ii.Cnreow Lake Worth Land Trust. # New River Land Trust

Coronado Beach. river. G. SWAG ( of -I'd hate to fall from the
Mrs Robt. Barbour and her two L. T. DASIETJI ) Arraogements. fourth story of a building. Lake Worth: :::Properties: : Ilk

'p"' charming daughters having visited Lake o Freake-Of course you would. Worth .(rest far /h. Uv...|.... Voudom 0...... IM.I.... C*.
'" of Lake Ilelen, has opened Worth and remained a few days at the -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, Cnreow-Well, it isn't the fall If*
'ronado Beach. cottage of ),[ra. Tbos. Barbour, left last No. one, >.S; Ne. two tlO; No. three, $15 riding to the hospital the city amba- Notary Public, ALBERT. W. ROBERT. West Palm Beach Fla.

->** ,.! the faculty of the Stetson Saturday for a trip down the Oclawaba TltMvnie, FU. tuJ08 afterward.-Springfield (Mass) ._ __ Un .. ." -
ten luve declared their Intention river, en route to their home at Patterson -
Dnion. __ ___
-4"" \' at A Square Deal. __
soon M the college close y. J.

kenson, of Chicago, ha Mr. and Mrs J. 0 Walton and who Muter The telebrmted: Jackson square for sale BA.R.GAXNS Lumber and House Building Materials 4-
of Titusville, spent ,
old tumble-down cottage Claude Walton, at CiiArriK A Co.'", Tltusville.
.tug, and made a pretty a few day here about two week ago,
.a t : on hotel their Palm way Beach to the are Royal again Poinciaoa In Eau To He Given Away. I am offering baigaiM In :- >*** Sash Doors and Blinds, Lime, Cement Nails andBonders'

i the pink Coronado visitor send Gallie, visiting friend Furniture, .. Matting, .. Window
**OCATB to their Hardware.
u a distance 1&a\ the only Service at the Baptist church next "Information for IIomeMekerm on the Shade Mirror, Ktc.I .
pap*- t1.ey take Interest in.'tu' Sunday morning and evening, Kev. 8. F. East Coast of Florida? partly\Illustratedand ,
any GeM officiating A special 1 Euter service full of useful Information. "Th also have a department devoted toCoffins Sized Framing and Kiln-dried Lumber a Specialty.
the struggle for the Urge will be held In the evening at 8:30 Land of the Sky and Beyond," with and Caskets Mail order will receive '
.t"Ii" i trout Coronado now-s day, by the Sabbath acheol to which all areIDylt.ed. illustrations Free at the ADVOCATE: prompt attention. fSaUafacUoDIUlraDteed. a. F. PADDISON, I
t fo,,.?" force 01 three Hterie are office, TltQSTlll*,.Fls, .
at ". New Smyrna depot. to I TITUSVILLB, FLA., and EAU GALLIE, FLA. i
/berndtwo-cenVcUap: postage. .
'" ,
'm!!+ : dos ha* brought down the The aloof Nellie of New Smyrna, KDW1X yCLAOJf, M.tt-era., .... r





ALEX lfEAR. El: .,
Notice. rev I

peculations A bant Them by the Other ronrrmH! nntlr file anal awmnt
Passenger I. the Car i i J.VLI date hereof 1 .'III BIT of Howard (Successor to John Mr A, .,,ef '
administratrix the estate
It was their brief, nncrinollned dress i W. Maine a with the Honorable Minor 1'. Jones, Artesian Well
I skirts that drew the eyes of the up to l
date girL A messenger boy tried to fig- estate JOB EAU GALLIE '
ore out how their hair staid up with CEALIA 8. MAINE, FLA.
nothing feminine as hairpins in evi r o Thin Oct. IS, 1894 Administratrix. TITUSYILLE

1U Most IVaotlfol District Seldom 8..a dence. The manlike cuffs peeping above octttMH-Sm BAKERY
by Visitors. the dogskin gloves attracted the attention i

A good deal depends oppon the season of a business man, while a dude C. FISCHER, '. Proprfefo

of the year in which Cuba ii visited af started as be caught sight of their well John B Stetson University, Cakes Pies & Confectionery
built boots. Even the conductor stared a Spetj j
to the impression produced touching itt
bard at them. [ DeLand Florida. All orders In our lineattended
verdure. Columbus reached Baraooa I'rompt1,
One of the girls was not so far gone to
Jnct at the autumn rains had done their Normal i School.
In Reu'AIIf'1I'!
her masculinity as the other. The For both 01Malc.
work of msgio revival The northern twist of velvet In her hat showed a lingering i I Academy. An, Art Institution lof&lInt;! rank.Conservatory Facility of FonWINES -

visitor of today goes to Cuba in the dry leaning toward the feminine, but teachers. Seven elegant hnlldlnpa.I \ -

eeawn.! when the green hillside has be- the eyeglasses, the umbrella and the I and heated cold by water steam,baths.lighted l Thoroughly by electricity.I"Culture\ Hot and

come changed to tawny brown. The armful of books were common to both. I! jrtninanlnni. Department of Itiyslcal 01 SPDUl
: with Military Drill for young men. Library ,
change in the appearance of the land. All unconscious of the interest they inspired ( (.nn volumes Reading room with all leading

scape is about as great as It possible the two buried themselves in j periodicals Thoroughly equipped and dally chemical and weekly anil physical papers. ** BEEItSHCIGARS

for inch a change to be. their notebooks. The more masculine lalKiratorlei. Separate building for Musle and
One of the chief items of disappointment planted her feet well apart and used her Right Arm Paralyzed! Art Schools, with artists of established December reputation KTC
In charge Second term opens ,
knees as an umbrella rack. This didn'tenhance
in the Cuban scenery is the ab- Z7, INM. Rend for catalogue, giving full Information
ecnce of umbrageous woodlands. In the the grace of her abbreviated Saved from St. Vitus Dance. ,to President Q1ULITTeo .
dress skirt and then she JOHN F. FORBES, TO
famous valley of Ynmurl and in some Every now
less known localities fine trees may be flourished a liberal handkerchief that "Our daughter, Blanche, now fifteen OF ALL KINDS 4- Lesley & Itenaker
years of age bad been terribly -f
corn and almost everywhere the oeiba was in curious contrast to the lacy shred Notice.In .
afflicted with had
(silk cotton tree) is in evidence, solitary tucked into the up to date girl's card- lost the entire nervousness use of her right, and arm. Families Supplied

and dofcolate looking. Dot the trees case. "Who and what were they anyway Seventh Judicial Circuitof
We feared St. Vltus dance, and tried Circuit Court POur Lodging and LuixbJ
nro generally small, and what the Cu. ? the passengers asked themselves. the best physicians with no benefit. Florida, Brevard County, 181);). Will he Ready by Oct. 1. ...itQated l,,|

Lan calls a wood a man from Indiana "Women suffragists," thought the She has taken three bottles of Dr. llethelJ.Stewart, Neatly side Washington; ave., betty.'a i would describe as "brurh. It is little business man. :Miles' Nervine and has gained 31 \'K }| WU for Relief,etc. K. W. depot and ADoc'AT Mock '
more than a tangled wilderness. A gen- "Some of those dreadfully strong pounds. Her nervousness and symptoms n A.CasmlreandW. A.
minded creatures that want of St. Vltus dance are entirely Scott.

iu crone the compcnHutiou never failing however beauty ,and is found great said the up to date girl to herself.tpvote, gone, she attends school regularly I T bill appearing of complaint hv the ft'f.dml: statements the above In cause the HODGES & GODFREI

"Jingol I All they need is trousers," and has recovered complete use of that tbe respondent' H. A. ('&....Ire, resideset
variety of "feathery palms. Among her arm, her appetite is splendid." [ Kansas City Kansas, and that the resilience .
the first features of the landscape to arrest 'was the mental remark of the messenger MU3. B. (t. BULLOCK. Brighton. N.:Y. of resHindent| I ,V. A.Scott, Is unknown to com CheaplyAND Manufacturers ...1YelloW
boy, while the dude's feeble brain registered plalnant and that respondents are both over the
the eyo of the traveler, they are of 21 Now, therefore, It Is orderedthat
age years
some such impressions n* these: Dr. Miles' Nervine lasmlre, and that von
nbont the last thing to fade from his you, the .iflll. A. Pine
"Aw-I've heard of such-aw-women, the said W. A. !tttott do In and appear )>erore Lumt>> r
To them there attaches
memory a sort I our said Court on or liefore Monday' the and day ,
of charm that belongs to no other kindof dontchcrknow, thank goodness, Cures. of: June WV, the same being Rule I>av,to plead,
I've never woolly .nwerortientnrtocomplainant's bill of complaint BOVOII A DRES H>.
never-aw- seen one
growth. Almost every variety is hereto Tr Miles' Nerrlno le Hold on a positive I ,or a decree pro r..nfeA".1I\" entered -
to met with, and one soon discoversthat -aw-met"- :vsrenteethat theOretbottle will enefbAlldragglak.eltitetHe against you and eath of you and said cause will Orange hex Heads,
Just here the more masculine girl bottles for(A, or lie allowed to proceed ex parte. It Is further ordered
the palm is as useful as it is beau. It will to wnt. prepaid on receipt of priceby ; that this notice: be published I In the Fruit & rselalilf Crate I
tiful. Pleasant to the eye, it also fur. looked up from her notebook. the Ut. Ullos Mwilcal Co., Elknart, lad 1M>IAM RIVFR AnvotATK, at Tltusvllle Fla., Lumber delivered at any part "nt In.llulJ
nishcs material for for "Do you think disintegration in I once a week for eight weeks'Witness on through bill of lading, Anvom( .i'm'ri.T
wrappers typhus possible?" she asked her the Honorable J. DIlroome Inn building:; :, on the Lat Coast, would his' 1
clothing and even for food. companion ,Judge of said court, and ExpeditiouslyExecuted write for pr rea. The Sawmill It 4itu( t.. "iJ
When the flora of Cuba is under consideration in loud, clear tones. j Va.aOFCARDUIaTonicfort', ...,?. [SEAL] the seal of said court,this 26th day J.,T.&; K. W. Ry, a miles south if I aUtte I
"Why, yes," replied the other. "If of March,A U1KU6.
language can hardly be too A Umlt. STEWART, I Satsuma Rights, l'utcam rob 11
A. A.
affluent we accept the globular theory, you niar29-8w
or eulogistic. If only a moderate know." Clerk Circuit CourtA
amount of care were given to cnl- 1
tore and arrangement, this Island would The mystery was solved. They were
bo a veritable paradise of 60rallo\6l1. medical students. All the other passengers new regulation In France this year J. M. SANDERS '
nc This unfortunately is not thecase. drew a sigh of relief, except the makes every trotting Jocky or driver procure
dude. He had vanished into thin air.-
Disorder is supreme. Hero and Dealer in -
New York Sun.GRIZZLY a
thoro "a well ordered garden" attests I Ilf

the richness of the soil and the kindli WHIPPED BY A COW. STATEMENT DRY GOODS Ml
ness of the climate, and the best results AT THE- ,

of horticulture are not infrequently Itoesy Roused to Terrible Rage In Der..... 4 Of the Condition of the Indian River Stnte
those of the Chinese gardener It is unnecessary of Her Offspring. ( pl it Hank, at the Close of liuslness AND

to catalogue. Indeed it is "Usually a cow docs not stand much 4 April 1st. 1801.RESOURCES Choice Groceries

well nigh impossible. Any and every chance when she engages in a hand to --o- ,

growth known in tropical climes be I hand conflict with grizzly bear said :
can a ,
.... .... (M,71A.4tIty
Lan and discounts Corn Fertilizer]
brought to perfection in the fertile soil Michael Ayers, a Colorado stockman, to <' arrants 1 J 4 s.csi Hay Mapes'
and under the sunny skies of Cuba. a writer for Dumb Animals, "but several "To mo her face lacks something. 8t
Out Cuba is not all beautiful Between years ago one of my cows killed one of "Well, when I saw her last it had Hank building on Stocks and fixtures and hoods.... .....,. 8.4 tHU>\11011.00 FINE PATENT FLOUR.

Havana and Cienfnegoa there these animals and came out of the struggle about all it could stand."Brooklyn, Ither real estate.... .... ..... l.oItI.7.l'IIrnnt .

may bo encountered extensive stretches without a scrtch. The cow had recently Lifo. Cub on exM baud'uses and and sight taxes...xcban"e.III3.3'l paid. .. 1,14:1.: Ooooa, 'JTMoridaj

of country as dull and uninviting as given birth to a calf. It being --(;.}- -
any I know in any part of the world. her firstborn, the mother was exceed A Fair Proposition.Thero *lot,407.28

The poverty stricken dwellings of the ingly vicious, and it was unsafe for a was a large and enthusiastic LIABILITIES:
attendance at the Austin Blue Light Capital stocx paid In. ........ .... 2A.nnn.no COMPOUND OXYGEN
Cuban peasantry add to the unpleasing( stranger to approach her, as her horns .... ftflon.nil
aspect of the long and pointed. Tho cattle shed tabernacle. After the principal gymnastic l'mllvlde.l'profits '''''':.. .. .. 1,1NA2Plvidend.unpald
scenery. I were : : ... ...::. : A.no
The most beautiful districts of Cuba hud a thatched roof and was scooped exercises were over and the benediction Ikpoel te.... .. ...::::::: ...:... .. 129,493.08 Printing +- Restores strength tin liCIT'
had been pronounced Gabe Bnod-::\
aro those which are least known to vis out of the hillside short distance from
grass got up and addressed the pulpit: '16I'li,28"TATE and expels disenxe
itors. I
refer to the mountain districts. the bouse. the most convincing i IS ,1 1 1!
These are little likely to become known 'One night a bear, having smelled the "Parson \Vhangdoodle Baxter, does OF FIORIDA > free to all who suffer Call anti t
until better roads and better accommodations presence of a cow and (calf mounted the yer know dat dar am gwiue ter be er COUNTY OF HnEV AIIO. J or write for further Information I la

: are provided and until tho risk roof of the shed and proceeded to force knllerod skurshnn ob die congregashnn I, W. M. Brown, Cashier of the above of 200 pages sent free.
ter spend de nex' Lawd'a day at Mount named bank; do solemnly swear that the 'asp:
vbich sometimes attends excursionsinto an entrance scratching through the above statement Is true to the best of } *! Office. Home or office treatment
solitary places ceases to terrify. thatch. The cow at the same time detected Donnen""So and liellef tlon free.
such be said the of the bear and held I has bin tole, Deakin Bnod- my knowledge "
Brigandage, as can hardly presence W. M. Uitow, Cashier. Drs. Starkey" 1'alcn.
to exu.t in Cuba, but the attitude of herself in readiness to receive the intruder grass. and to before me PI
certain organized outlaws is sufficient to The noise of a terrible struggle "Well, parson, do majority ob die this Subscribed 3rd day of April sworn 1803. 1529 Arch Street, Phlhdtlphi

rosiest caution. I owe it to the courtesy aroused me, and grabbing a lantern I congregashun has delegated me "as D. L. OAtxnEV -- -
of one of the directors of Jaragna rushed from the house, and opening the spokesman ter make er prepor lshun.
that I became acquainted with what shed door found the cow in a frantic "Percood, Doakin Snodgrass." Notary Public JACKSONVILLE STEAM D

proved to be the finest of all the scenery state, bunting and tossing to and fro I "De preporsishun am if yer will

1 beheld In Cuba. Certainly the established some large object, which evidently had keg die congregashun from attondin Studdery Is the latest attempt to coina WORKS.

routes of travel must be departed lost all power of resistance."It I de mawnin services nex' Sunday dis needful word not supplied by the breed

from If the choicest aspects of the island turned out to be a good sized grli- congregashun' is wlllln ter let yer off ers' vocabulary Do not The above establishment i Is under

are to be enjoyed. Hero, among the sly, which had been run through and from de ebenin nrylCCl.Tuu Siftings management positive!*
bills and valleys of tho Tlerra de Cuba, through the body by the courageous _________ Merlree'5 WINt" Of C HOUI for female diteaus. our work equal to that of un01 <
as also in the district lying north of mother. The little calf was nestled in a Discomfort. city.

Trinidad de Cuba, question can ariseas corner, sleeping peacefully, and seemed do Send yonrPRINTING
Oi'm to
01 dnnno goln
phwat ,
to the beauty of Cuba. unmindful of the maternal struggle. I !' said the policeman disconsolately. Homes love a change of diet as much Gents' Clothing Cleaned or Dyed.

Most of the coast scenery of the island suppose that as soon as the bear gained "01'11 hot to give up me job an the as men, especially In winter Ladles Goods Cleaned or U1

is very fine, while around the spacious an entrance through the roof it was I foorce unless they thransfer me." Pure, rich blood Is essential to good
harbors for which Cuba is famous maybe pinned to the ground by the COW'I hoots : "What's the matter?" health because the blood Is the vital away, Dying; Silks and Cleaning good*of

found spots of sylvan loveliness. before it bad time to do any damage. "They've put me an a beat wberethere' fluid which supplies all the organs with most delicate texture a S>i>edalt\ )
From Crua to life. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the great for list.
Cape Cape Mayzl an enchanting nothln but eloctbrio lolghtsfrom price

panorama comes into view Too Considerate.Pat wan block till the next an Oi'ni blood purifier. But keep the MAINUARD BUGS fo\\
from the steamer's deck, including Tor. Hooligan, while slating the roof
nigh dead fur want av slope.-
qulno (8,000 feet), the loftiest mountain of one of our highest buildings, lost purty Washington Star. Hood's Pills are purely vegetable,harmless No. 13 Newnan St., Jacksonville_:

Af Cuba.-Christian Advocate his footing and fell effective do not pain or gripe.

Over and over he went until within Knew What Ailed iRm"I Philadelphia will hold It. regular an- Money on the W H. GLEASON & CO,,
Gladstone's Yersatwty. 95 foot of the when he struck
pavement, cannot guarantee an absolute cure nual horse show May 28, 20, 30, 31 and

Lord Maoanlay was his sponsor in a telegraph wire and managed to graspit in your case," said the physician, "but I June 1.STATE. ATTORNEYS IN LAM)C.\ [
literature and welcomed the young first with one hand, then with both.
if will follow directions Implicitly i East Coast
writer of a treatise on "Church and "Uao, on for your life, Pat I" shouted you my
I can promise a considerable reduction OF Omo CITY or TOLEDO ILlC I t TITLES GLt" r I
Stato" who has but lately given the his fellow workmen and the bystanders II TO
world a translation of the Iloratian odes. rushed to the nearest dwelling for a in your obesity AS Cot:STY J rEIJ
oath that he
'That ain't what's tronblin me, answered Frank J. Chenney makes
The marvel of his long life has not boon mattress. the portly caller impatiently. Is the senior partner of the firm of if. J. By giving theADVOCATE

BO much its continued industry as its astonishing Pat held on for a few seconds, when What I want is to get some o" this fat Chenney A Co., doing business in the ABSTRACTS FURNISHED A-1> l\\
versatility. To be sure, as suddenly with a cry of "Sthand from taken off'u me.Chicago Tribune. city of Toledo, County and State aforesaid -
Andrew Lang has remarked the chief undherl" he dropped and lay senseless --- and that this firm will pay the sum SURVEYS OBTAINED

feature of Gladstone'. Homeric studies in the street way rp. of One Hundred Dollars for each and Defective Homestead and Pre-Empt

Las been the fact that such a great Whisky was used and Pat finally "What did the doctor say was the every case of Catarrh that cannot be Entries Corrected and Perfected
statesman should have shown such a came toWhen matter with ?" cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure Claims adjusted before tbr W,"-'
in Greek. Yet he asked why he didn't hold out yon FRANK: J. CUEXXKT.:
proficiency has added : 'He said be didn't know. ment at Washington.Correspondence .
little more to Greek scholarship than longer, he feebly replied: 'Well, what doctor are you going to Sworn to before me and subscribed In A share of solicited
has the Marquis of Salisbury to chem "01 was afraid thewire'd break! my presence, this Oth day of December,
istry. Sinoe Milton's time, however, He roooered.-New York Dispatch next? A. D. 1880.S EAU GALLIE. FtA
'None. When a doctor dares to make ...14) A. W. GLUOY.l ,
no other English statesman ha been such an admission as that he must be S > Notary Public Your Job Work
S- Le'Land
able to address the Italians in their Like a Seotch V.rdio4Chancellor about as high in his profession as he can l S Pineapple, Orange and

native tongue, and like Cato. beginning Henry Bathnrst was held get"Tit-Bit* Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Inernally For Sale, Cl eaP-
Greek in his old age, Gladstone in low esteem by the bar on account of and acts directly on the blood and ";

has just undertaken the study of Basque ignorance. At the close of the trial Tn. Mistake Foci.He mucous surfaces of the system. Send -( !

while rumor has declared his intentionto of the Duchess of Kingston for bigamy -Here is a pretty bit of for testimonials free. >-< ,
take holy vows. Gladstone's publio be gravely addressed her grace in the Shall read very it to ? F. J. CUE- '
ministry may cot have been wholly successful following terms: "Madam, the lords poetry She-What is the title you : >old by DruglgUt 75c. quarter of northeast quart '" 11 t
but his life has been a striking have considered the charge and evidence 18, township 38. south of rail;=:' 'a
lesson to the world of the nobility of brought against tand have likewise considered II*-"The Empty Sleeve. mistaken Have you seen It' Seen what? Why vr.A1.1 Job worlt the other .ao II the northea'' : .)
She-Oh. that poet was M" "
Christian of which have Machine. If of southeast quarter of
culture. Rec everything
-Philadelphia yon the Walton Rapid Calking ,
The sleeve have been -4
ord. alleged in your defense and upon the may comparatively own a sail or row boat don't fail to nr"t1a"t1on11ygo"t"tenup. township 38. south of range c38
you !
empty, but the girl's arm was In labor The above land can be bow;; .
hand. It
whole matter their lordships have found have one on a great ,3"'
King Alfred once gave eight hides of you not guilty of the felony wherewith it somewhere.-Indianapolis Journal saver, and Is patented in the United per acre. It is suitable for

land for a book. There were about 960 you stand charged but on dismissing States Great Britain, Canada, etc. A orange lemon or lime growlr..(' '- y
acres in the tract but the title of the their lordships earnestly exhort A..r. few of the state rights will be sold at a Will be sold in lots ?.-
you you said cash. This land will soon be
"Here's feller PloddingPete Walton
took is not given. a reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. "t1arno"t1on:
not to commit the same crime a second
per acre
who had been indulging literature Titusville. FlaMcElrce'e
time. -Green Bag. "wot say dew's too much labor Apply to C. n. Walton "1'7
00e4 Ad'l1_ agitation in dis country." Gu.airaxi.tood.Sond office; or to Bobbins A GraLJJ ..

Be sure you are right, and then stop "Oat's woe den is,replied Meandering Wine of Carduland vile __

it there is any danger of your going A Parsee sacred fire which Is burninga Mike. "I suffers from It meselt THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT srfor us your Yu'

"ronl.l'1caun. a temple at Lelgnie Persia is knownto Every time I think of labor it agitates sits by the following merchants bTltusvllU -Walton's Rapid Calking
have not been extinguished sine the ma "Washington Star. orders. tt.00 I10.00 and $WOO eMh' ett-
The Indians called the French Broad lays of Raplboreth, who lived It oen- : Fred S. Chaff A Co. by many of the principal boa:: *"' Ie

river TockyesU the "Little Boara. Indss aeo census east 0' C 10Uj lot Weak Nsne*.. tA .1. Do SereTen. In the North. See pamphlet Bas

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tar I IIOT3fI5S.: f A lad MUtok' .
>R is She wa ordering a pair uf bicycle I The Tropical Trunk Line
HOTEL bloomers from a man dressmaker who

_, JELBODRNE C .\ 'HflHiL" ::> I bad formerly catered exclusively to the .

:toy .. Ir tnc:'.9.q:{>r '(. bale: trade (Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway. ;
MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. "'-. ..' "Yon will want two hip pockets 1
".' ;
A. Open all the year round Good F1 h. ; -<,' .... t..l'1Si -.:.=--. -. .-. suppose?" he said .JOSEPH 11. DUHl EI:, HeeeivOl'.
#J. "Ye< replied the emancipated one. I
PERSONAL GOSSIP. 'log. Hunting and Yachting. Rates, ;; Tm FLOlUU.\ 80UTmu: n. H. ('0. Jt'l'ITlm ASH luua WoltTlf 1.: YlNlLIN
I $2 50 and upward. ( \\ v",Tt: .C4ADt 1 I... "Er-pint or quart alas? asked the
- 1 fIt'ot: 'th mnu STE.UII10.o\T co. II..ua: WOUTlf sn\mIt: .
,, B, Davie of Columbus O, threw Proprietress. Mlte. I. M OARP man milliner with a faraway look In

rietirc a fortune when he invented the Si't'\'I.d Features at l'orlna.loh..l.: hit rye --MICTit- ':-,. -;: ,' "-\tiltTll:: -: =::
otire cowcatcher and forgot to orate rates. scud) comfort, no ostentation She glared at him for a moment, and _u 1 :;,,16 311. Sn. Tls.79 I "In T I.I tfert Jan. 1'oat -.ew.-- tar. I.sTn,A_

J.( it HOTEL !KIKH! lulling" "IKH! luokliiille) then for the first time he noticed that $5111-' '11M1p/111455 "'seat.T.:-. ::-::::JAl'Kn1)\111.1.1' :'::-:-: :- Ai"t ."an. -lao, last.roenp
at CARLETON for : I11p1 5 .14 5 .. .. O.np Hark .. .. . .. .
&t'IIIIII.Palmetto W T. U.
Armstrong Chanler husband of she wore a C. badge.As slap t/11' 1121111 .111.. .. .. .. blnnl".lIol'rlnll .. ..... 1I111.'II.'j." ) au.I'1.11I11
,It], the fine the floQtirod out of the door he : I4sp 1111I. Alw5, .-I7reenImeN-rhge,-" .. .. a"1hI..lr
Lite Rives, ha purchased Jacksonville Florida. kicked himself several time in the tame IMp 11aapulna: .... ... ..1..1..,.. . .. 4".n,'
Its known M Inglewood, in Louisa 1.1/11I.., 1110I1' .. ,. III Vol. ... .. 4'11...'
' place.-New York herald 111111' eat I' leans .. ", ;

ftj, Va.here general Impression existing Oun08ito Po etollire.: {House, .I.. -- --- Ii 1117 r'p 1: $4I atp) 19Ntp IlapII10 t047s$ ,.:...: :.-....:. Mst.nnlA---------: :: : : -- a : :i UI"In'I.'I"I }: ::: : :::

1 I. a Lf Too n.... 1at8s' 1/1/ .. .... 11:11': -. ..-. .. .. . ... .. 1..11. hi:
I thin short men are the bravest, U27a: 4":1' 1t4J. .. ., .IIt.I..n ""l'h'I. .. ''' a' slu
m claim that the Ilea 4rlp 2anp 11ap .. 1".r..r,1., tlaii\ AMahd
f Wolsoley opite 147pnt4Mp
Lord x New DAYTONA FLORIDA. : ; : -
I .: :
Management. 12l. la,1 I A7nse
true.ictors .. A'I" ... .. ..h-I..n,' ... .. .. I lrpn
I* ILI aNlp/ lap 1111I. /I.- --- -- lnltaro alllpmI12a .
much admired by the + + COMFORTABLE and HOMELIKE.Sitntted 4:141' Slop" '101st' ....II..nll.'II.I"n..llnn. ... ..'! 5IIan, 57asm 'BpmIs's ,
u were so Thoroughly renovated, new plumbing 4Np 07 Ital. .1nh'rptl.eJunrtlI: I i37sn1 ,,
Dr Morell Mackenzie, the noted new furniture, new decorations on the Vest hank of the 101515; 5101'I: q: tlip: 'r C5nfmrl, .. ..I.; I.ICa:- : :,: :j : :
gas, Halifax River In a beautiful of I alr,5 I1I1'JI' drop 1M" ., ..\\I"I.I.k 17 loam 7M.IU'' 1 4"1"11
that he never oharg grove ?
Iish physician electric light steam heat, elevator, oval titlmetto trees mile from the At- IM1. ails slap" asap Iltll' ? Ilrloelo. .- ...- .. II 5pu 740111111111'.1'1'1
|hem for medical advice : one I 41ea 111\0'1' 511.:! 1411' .. .. .. ., ... .K1.cImhlee. .,. .. .. .. 1111111'1111I'11111; t'11118 all
T annunciator, hot and cold baths, elegantly lintlc and vtlthin easy walking dUtiiiLO Alma 500p 401'15.. II.rt.w .. 5lapln' ID11515 III
t is nld that the Income of Justin furnUhed of he churches and pi:u'rs of ainust'mrtit. lea 54.% I: :::: : : : : l: .(1 : : .. f5upa. ... ..:: .t: elapn: I: : ,i' : A41du:,
'arthy from literary work has shrunk parlor, orchtstro. A gtKMl; livery stable in attached to the AMa I"al' '"'.' ..- .. \ ml'a-----.1..111..1. "' : ... sMinap
kei L to 3,000 since he began Strictly first-class In every respect. house, from \\ hid, : giusts can oixlcr'' . tl: ::7,:-------4 II ---J kIlls-- ;:::- AC.:::-::.... r 1111liwulI
.$16,000 r-* : I' 114 1 Lv .... .11I5ka 11nn in
wrote himself so closely to politics R \TES- tennis at a monnnt notice : : :: a alp I: l ::: .: : lnlerlnlhen: : :::::: '::: /IxOahb/: :eelrtm:
: $250 to $..OO per diy. .Hah's-: *:i ;;,0to W; lwr day: $12: to *i. .,. 111." ,. .. ::'II. .. ., .... IIathcn.e ........ .. 'I. . ? 1.1L5an '
hhnmar IL Fennyery a friend and Special hy the week, and to Commercial per week. Jt )llouiORMOND.BYTHESEA( . .. 43111' ." ..., .. .. .. 11..11".. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ... 1001Ua', 5J5ribl
'011I(1. of Kossnth and who was as- I 5,0 1LIOp'At .. .. ... .. ., .. 1.r Aal5 h, 5136
' patriot Men : : : :. /asp: :. : .. .. IlSnslr 1 (ial ncel llle. ( Ar.::: ::: :: lnleam 1M: ::
re ?d by the latter to escape to this .. .. 111II1' 1h'5nnpv' 4<, le6pro
1,. when he wa exiled, i* living CRAPO & LeVENE .. 6011' 11.1'1.\1.; ..... .. .. 11..1111.1.\ -- .. .n'l, Iispbl

try ingfleld. Mass. Proprietors.ST. x HOTEL x COQUINA x .. :::: eta 72$1', :::: .::: : t 11I1'1.;:: .::. ":'IrnI. .; ,Ihata set: I"tk'::"-:: ': II'--------------:::::::::: 5415 7x1511 h1 I\a\ ...

the eldest of .. .... It 4<' 1' ,.., : '...... .... .I..hllrll. .. .. .? ,. .1 It'' "' \ nUll'"
it Brntos Junins Clay ion ... .. /4',11
t llIt ueral Cassin M. Clay who recently Ghost (rends)-The first duke, Henry ; : : flh:1I::I A?::::=:.J ljir.., :. ;::: .J: : : : : a/1a5h1:

led a young girl contrary to thebes AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. ... I murdered not at the Grnnw as is ... Emil: I' .... .. ......* f.... .. ..J..II'" III.. .", .Ae tiam 4 ....'.'.. '"
} was
.... eep 1:10,1': I.,.... ..... ..".."r."I. .- -. .. ..ArI hleat I ltnI'1II
of bis family will himself soon !generally,: supposed but at- hang it . .. .... lwq.tv----------- 1ap5------------. A' 541pm I'il"lpte
\ married to a young widow. all) Why, I've haunted the wrong .. CItsa..t44ap1.r.... .. .. .."... .. .. ,,. ., .. ,. .' 4dorm.. .. .1111.
COLUMBIA FLORIDA. .. .. IIlna 1 a F'Ir1Mr511.-------- 11"1"" .. .. .. ..I 5s'sm:
iliss France E. Willard i* the third HOTEL bouse for 800 years .. alas .... a .. .. ..''''..lh'ltu..n ... 140'1'11I. .... .. .1111111I
r. have the right to write doc- ... 11 M. .... ,... 7 1"1", .. .- .- .. .. An..1111. ., .. .. II f6. III ...... ....I talSro4lop
man to ... .. ., ,, ,11nrte .I,.Y 1000 tin. ... .. .1515150,
....... tI.I".u .. _
Dead :: :
la : : :: ::: ::: :
of law after her name. Maria Centrally Located on St. George OPEN DEC 1st 12Mip In41r" .. .... . ..Inrkrm.llte. .. Ae"trap", .,51pu" ,
tchell the astronomer and Amelia CleVl'rtonWba' are you taking ench .. .... t4M" 1171) ..... ..lv.... Emtcrllr/so: / .hllll.II... 1I\\"t 1\\1'11I
Street. breaths for? .. asap 1:1:11': .. .. .. .111.1..1-! .. .... .,. ., .... Aa.sm "fll'lII
f Edwards, the Egyptologist, were the deep .. ,aa': ". '11411' ...... .. /nltrru .. . .. .I .. .. IIm tdlpn,
rate ben. Overlooking Old Fort Mirlon and Park, Dasbaway-What should I be taking .. .... 712p a44p to tltllll" .. .. .. n04su\ 1.155ym
at carries the mail and a full view of the Ocean and SURF BATHING AND DRIYING Are them for but to develop try lungs? Do tap 3Alp; ..-.. ..." .. .,._. ..TI1'If4\III.. .: .. .... .,'I. ::, L- te4aamtlInOa

ode slllr route Hampton from Madison to Mallory over rolling breakers from the piazzas Specialties at Ormond. yon realize can old do fellow for himself what in grout this 7151 72ap I I: : r-- air Trarrs lass_==: t.. .. ... .. :::.I iSP.ais 1.9s_ L- .. .
things a man
-- -- --
115In Bob Toomb doe odd jobs arou'ndtown
for a living. Daniel Webster ty: For Circulars, address 1 I direction? Lv Jacksonville, (Indian U. r:>|')tlO, 41 a I I.v. linynl: I'uinclnmtl'nlnl\ ihachs100)a
i Stonewall Jackson till the soil on W M.JEAHEN Proprietor. Cleverton-I don't know that I do. 1.v. Sanford: 1 :\1' I.,. lintel I bake lVorlhi.1V.( Ig) 10i1iI 1\
ry d SEISER & VINING Danhaway thought not. Few of nsda .\r. TltiiBvllle (hart) -lOOp( .v. Hold Itlvlini (l.lvlini) . 1(1( 4:% a
irgan county farms Managers, We go on day after day our chests I.v. Tltusvllle (dally ex Sntnlm) 4Hp: Due .',,"nvll( I.nkoith Mr' ) 11 :TV a

Mr. Elmer E. Garnsey known in Gas, Electric Bells and perfect systemof cramped the cells of our lungs actually Due Hotel Indian It., Kiirkltdgp", 7 (001 I' I.v. Juno (via J..to 1Mt'y: .) 111\0 1\1Ar.

I jectlon with the decoration of thew :Sanitary I :Sewerage. ORMONDBYTHESEA.The crying out to be expanded utterly heod Due Jnpltrr (fullu\\\lIJttl.l'\ .). . U :\top .lnplt 'r diMlj( ) 1l2i: : I'

1 York building at the Chicago exwition lest of what terrible thing it is to neglect Juplttrdilly( : )) 1241p: I Lv Jupiter| (.diillv ex Satunlm ) 11M) p.
as well as the entrance hall of a know Ar. Jupiter (via .1. ft L W. 1t,1)) 1 JOp') : Ar. llottl\ Indlttti It., (Ihn'kludge) n what
Boston Public library and Bates hall J\O. P. McCALL. ourselves Do you can I,v. Juno (vli: Lakeorth Sti) t01':\ ,". Until Imllin K:., (Itoikl.ilifi: ) ti(> ma
1NS e be accomplished in this direction even in Due Hotel Khlera (Ivlein I: ) lJKi( | )Duo Tltuaville (.llIlIy ex Minda) ) 11 ...". a
9 i been commissioned to decorate the a few week time Due Until Lake Woithd.. W.I.Jl) 2 :n: p I I.y, ,.itun'III., (wlmif) l.'SUp!

) negie library in Pittsburg. I1T= 4 T RIVER HOTEL, Clererou-Why, no. I never thought \Duo Koyal 1'olmlina: (Palm It) 3 (K) pliully : \r Jat'kMllllvillt-hulllllll\v'r( :\ : ) OUOp I

General MoClellan first called Gen- about it -_ -- --
aI I Hancock "the cuperb. Hancock Dashaway Precisely You have t Rally erupt| nun U). I iNtlty nvt\ Mumlay.

11II intended by his father for a lawyer never considered what it means The Addh/analSultan/ ?liverca'rtIrebysle5ns'rrgq I | |i TITUSVILLE \\..ilnmlit\.anl, ;IrlUvii rut KIM.klului.; : 11.I15.llna..ud. I w.v l..n'Iliitf.: lldurnlnK; iwna MiliKiiirnratt .
Is bd was always fond of political debate. 1 first thing I do when I get up in the :<"1.. in, Tumulut.. llinrmlH and $Hiilnnhivr. tine. TllitiivllUt a |i. m

1.i intellect wa not of the first class, Indian River. morning i* to open the window and take 1'1'1d.MAN ('A It HH: (' ICE Train :13: parlor Hum, ...,. ,iH-toiwn .Isrk.onvllie, Tain|'a
ct his courage was wonderful his initry 83 deep inhalation of fresh air. I allow .,,111'1111'. ll.ir.la; \1.1. rare aluika to linn.knvlllx. Train Nn. TI dn.lun Klvrr luirmw: .) I'arlnrHnlTet
ill I ram lu knonvlIlK l<> -ruimvlllH, nhnM. llnlTrt lnInir| r a r Vpwurk In I urt Tans|
untiring his mastery of military ria.JVO. 15 seconds tor each breath. Think of ill I IOnly TntlnNivIA: llnlTet Ida: > : ar <'Im i"J and Jsck.unr llle 1 til Tamps.| Ttnln I No IS, crlor luf..
lance complete.United U eight minute Then during the let ram Iwtwran Punta ib.r.la l Tini|'. .n.l, .lai.k."nvlllr/ ; 1'11.1.1l1n..t I'an This III. in .U..k..mvlllo .
; (Imlr mr lln.,knvllln tit l-alutka Train No. 3'.l. MiHTut .I.T|$,IIIK ran I'ort Tampa to New:
State District Judge D. M. -; P. McCALL.MANAOER.. day every time it occurs to me I fill my York and Tampa| to l'Inrnmstl

will 1 retire to private life Beached lung full of air. I expect, old man W II ('OFFI ( W II, lit MUM, U II TAIIFKflvn .
cIa ey soon ?- the next three week to increasemy Kept| J:, T Jt K. \I". Itjr. Supt| t:Inrliln Kimlhcrti It..II. Urn. Bni.t In;I I. Itlvrr I i.II. (o.
the age of 70 a year ago and (1. U AthUdV. llrnrral? I nuwngur AKiit, Js-keorn4IIs.
II then entitled to retire. He resigned chest by fully throe inches
Open AH The Year. Clevertou-That'* a great thing isn't
t August, but i* holding over pond- .
EN g the confirmation of his successor 1i i. I ii u T t'JI; rulpl, II L ItT Jacksonville
D. Hark of Chattanooga. Be will Dashaway-Great! Why you can ,
'4N i sw Only a few minutes' scarcely estimate the benefit Think of
nd the remainder of his at his isi
day i i i nli III i i i I n itl l i 1 i um mv
err omeln Chattanooga.HYMNS r (+ f .>i+ .y walk from Hallway stations what it can do for a maul I IClevertou St. Augustine
and StcaAboat landIngs
d -How long have you been ,

ftllt t
.- t. 1t (n Oo the banks of the Dashawaj started in this morning & Indian River

811 I "How Beauteous Are Their Feet" i* far-famed Indian River .-New York World.Con.el.ne.les.. *

Watts Like most of his hymns, it i* "
paraphrase of a passage of Scripture. ..

Return, 0 Wanderer Return wa -- -- -- "Mister he said plaintively "I'm Tln.. Trble In Kffrrl April Olh I""".

T William B. Collyer and was first hard up I am. I hain't bad no place --.- --- --- .
1'1D rioted in The Evangelical Magazine ter sleep fur three day All Rail Line to Lake Worth via. St. Augustine Ormond and

1800. "What' that exclaimed the kindhearted Rockledge. .

"I Thirst, Thou Wounded Lamb of man"If -- --- --
D 00, was translated from the German THE dead right, replied Meander. ,

al. 11II 81 Sn.3I: Nn.\IC: 7.I. -.
ohn Wesley Patented in the United States Great Britain and Canida. kin prove it if 7e'11 gimme a Quarter. .,:-. '
: .
Lrdack"mrUls..IoMS tH"'I' 'TiiI.. w I'.lu" luwr
well laid the kind heartedman. ; ; .I: g: n n:
"God of My Life Whose Gracious "Very A. 1t. A"III.UII" 1111/I a 1111I1..p .1111' .. I.v: Itlrlrr. .. 1Hi
"Here 95 cents, and yon can I.. $1t. III.UII" I ''III.. .. I.YW.Jul'u. ... TNl5 a .
rt 'over wa written by Charles Wesley in Use by some of the Principal Boat Builders In the United States. around with to the charitable Lv II..Unac. .. 1:14: I' I.. 11..1. $1.und .. IJ ,I .W a m .
step me I.vAhrls.. .., ., .. .
r1CIhI liter a deliverance from shipwreck and Iv Ks.t: I'alstka. 1:1: asp! lid''L a1.75u1

recovery from an attack of fever. FLOIUDA.PUREr authorities"There .ain't while no I investigate.need ter go so fur. Ar. r1t; ;} : :::., ,.;: I [l[ .:-:-. .. .. I.tart----------------,1: $t sacsa ssaaa.4I.1 III ..., ..... ..

'Lead, Kindly Light" was written TI1'USVILLE De reason I ain't had no place tor deep 1.,1100 Meta, .... 3I. I' . :: ::: ::::- ?$ 5 a, a w : :
7 Cardinal Newman June 1888 I., $1.n Mateo ... II 411 a I s7Aa.
while on 10, fur three day i* because nine er ten At5-Henri.; ... .. .. 1:11I.----: ,. 1.5: Mrllmuna,: : : a.f: :j I :::
in the Mediterranean tea and wa hour at a time it enough fur me ter I.. Onll..".. .. 22$1' .... I.v $arno /d, I II I s n
tat published in The British Magazine three Lv 0rnunol June.o Ie: IAU O.III. .. 115 u: : :: ..
- Bleep I didn't winter sleep fur Ir: Iiyt.ms. :: 1M r. :: :: : :::: :: :: :: I.e I!.. .. = 11 l s w ...
lit 01830. ------ -- --- days"And 1.eI'orOrsng.. alp .. .. . I.vl's": .I.. :: ::: :::: :.l: I 17Wpsl : :

g "The God of Abrah'm Praise" wa he vanished leaving one more I.I.v:, (55 New 1111., ::: U, & : .. ..:: :' I.vTIm.vIII.I.v: lily: I'nint.. .: :: :: .. .. 5Ng 1 IJ4aIru.I.rl.k 1:/ I: ea.: .. ..
be favorite hymn of Dr. Richard Wat- cynic behind him.-Washington Star. I.Tltu.rllle.. .. .. 4:10.: II . IIIII.- 1 I I$ p w .. ., .,
n. the great divine. A. few moment 6pD I I.r ('11, Mart .. .. 4 M I' iv: anwCn.yrns.:.: : : :: :: aa I4m.I.eI'1ulllr.mge.,818 .:

) rI" its for stanzas his death he repeated several of A "Popper" A said PhllUtlM.Miss Tractor "I I.vCaS.s---------::: :; : : ::::- A e41/6Tp In I;, : .. I.Y' I. .r.:1'11I x11::let II'I'p.1"1,,. ... .. .

: \ .. .. .. . .. '. / j .... 25pm: ..
'I'll Praise My Maker While I've want a dollar. .. ". .. ... .. I.Y ( I J! II 40' I' n,'I ..
Breath" "Fot for?" asked Mr. Con Tractor. I.. .. .. .. A' : ,. .A Clap ', .
came from the pen of Watt 1411'1'1'1' I. ... ... ---
LY : : .
I" 1& wee "I weal to go to the exhibition that .. .. .. A' ;; II I
a favorite hymn with John WeU7 IY : .. )leynas.---------- ee x A01. .1--
The Mr. Paint i* giving of his original I.y "tl.II..I..1- . .- -. :: : : I -
day before he died he sang it I I.y .. .. : -x11-a: pmhr
through, and the night he is the whole sketches""And I.Y ., .. .. a 11' w.Lv .
SrI inly' ltimessto BJWdH$ storyabout fot'original sketches, 01 dunnor' '., II..,... "'", n.I. .. 1 fill .. .. : :7Ii'p mk I,--
J attempted repeat NIs.ItStleatrsls I.y W. Juplter.1al' ..I I.... ., .. / '
III word. a.rk5 ud LhN.. I.. itlrlers--------- 5ap: . :: : : : : I ae p :1': : .
'The I "Why the groundwork sketches, A' W Pales .Ie'h, .411..p ... . .. '". .. ."Ior .10..p ? ,
God Who Reign on High" wa | don't know of his fine painting

written by Thomas Oliver, after visit : : "Oho yon tho"'. it, i* it? Yes will git no Connections vIa A. & W. Branch.

IfPt toe Jewish synagogue. Be had been W\ AHP HAft\l'\ER SOPA dollar for army hooch monkey doodle $Itl'Tll ItIJl1Ni). KOItrIi HOUNUT .

greatly impressed while there with a business a* thot Gowan out into the ----- -----
Particular $IITATIO. So No 4 Se 4
melody sung and after com- I bed and taste your eye on the original "TATIOS8. 1

jog sun away it determined This unite a hymn t Costs BO more than other ptckaee soda-oeverspoilj aohaffold! tbot your daddy built ClOp the Lr:. Neiv haks Mmjrei;I.I.n I I.-----f-! : ,: : :: :: /4a.:::/ ::: :::::

grand lyrlo wa the rewt.8t in pac1r'ages ooortbonse wid an be satisfied wid tbot I.eMang.117 : 'I 141rndn 7 o.s U airy ......
Loni* GlobeDemocratNot tbarLnivemfyacknowlalgedpereatInthevorlot7lade I And Mr. Tractor relighted his pipe Ar .m".n.. Whu>r l'ak .... It: 4nu .,
Inland Snnfun5sra 1 /Ulp
only fey CHURCH fc CO. Rev Tort. Soul 'y grows cnnvherc.WrU and resumed his perusal of the porting Ar IIonr..1 I II 111p . Isllaud sail'
.. 1..1 .. 19'zi' .
Winter ''ak Salp I li.l ItyJane : 14's' 1
column of the newlipaper.IodianapoU.oJ
to Itlamo. log An **d OUBUOMT Book .g55 laa&to BaHft. *-,..., .. Orlan"n I I Pip" : Iwsng.tl7 It *H>\ 4 Wp 4 .
lak.lt.l.u Ill, eAr
Kls.aua. 5505.
:: : =1 : :
Tunpa 1p New $myrns Ip'p .411. 141
i 1 -. JL. t. Co.BB.tlM.::
'III'i --- - -- --
"Are yon looking at the face of nature All trains dollybetwe.aJscksnnrlllsand HI Augu.lls.I .

first European mention of barley Kitty" asked her father. Train* amitn of Ht. AuicuilliM run dally I Meti,I .,
Hair Six Tat Loo(. Tralni II.SI, and =M niak no .a..,.. I*t ween Jai .ksonvfll.sndat.Auguatln.. .
11'I U on the medal of MeUpontl, an Ital. "Yea," replied the little girl at the Train SI and 7* ....., HnlfM I'arlor c.an IMIOMH J."n.llie and Wins faint Hra<'h.
, In 1880 Philip Bansen, a planter re- Ian town, a C. 600.Bcfera.. window. "If all covered with mow Train V earrlM fulliuan lluffet HlM-jilnn' rar e5 r>mt taw New Turk t believed Trsis37Isra.rrl..esusirsly l of ullmaa tail, aioepllng vn Muuuaja, lwn train UnuliiiMHl
tiding near ofMthe and it look like mamma' face when with nrular n a< bca.
(t I to be the possessor longest beardof she goes out calling. Train. aMearrlM I'uninanl>lnln( and Bleeping. can a root III A.peUn. to Now York YIII V
tI world. He 1* said to c. It and "''''tb.", ltaU..,.
any man in "That' putting it on pretty thick Train W. .."......./ nelu.ivMy< nt Ilillinan Hit. *plnir: and IHnlnc ran, Ht. A arm tin* to Now
1 l hare sent the Washington AnthropologicallOOIetYllogle flo-Yet, I confess th.tl once put a my dear" be observed in a tone of rep York via AtUatb UMWt: Una, steptlnc on Humlayi c lien train la wl with mmlar miarliMTraln7 .
7 hair plucked from I collar button In the contribution box, rarrl aHuirrt )'srbeesre Hwi Palm fawn to JarkaouirllU, alto fulluuui fcUiopla
eanaa muU Ht to New York via Atlantic Unafnln
his chin which measured 13 inches in tat I'll never do it agaln.I Yes," said Kitty "that1 the way I 74 carrlea lluBrt Parlor ear W ant Palm Hr>u b to Ht. i..llna.
v She-When did you tee the error of Tribune. !MM-ns-tn; ''n tralna and 7S Sacs Tw..ljr MlnnUafur III.... at Orm md Janrll.m.Tt .
1Ti1 II IIy length. mamma pot it on. Chicago '1 Tlm Tahl. .bo.itb. tl..i aat hl4li traina may l.. .tp>rtod to IInh. and depart from
I your course? the Mn ..U ...U,... but their arrlr!l nr ilr|'artura at llw tlnm ataud la ant guaranteed, nor d . Had P.14 0.' B.m.x ably.Mr JJe-The next morning. I wanted H. Ilty, lies t., "'P'ny bold lt clf r' jxm ll>la fur any delay or any conaf>'Iu.",.,, arialnf tliarrformJ. .

Houser-I suppose you'll be lur. that collar button.Ilarlem Life. Young Tbickhedde who ha graduated K. S .-'',KUTT..rrald.st. JUHCril: dm HirilAKIIMIV I'.P" A.....

ItdAr hear that Mr Tunglash'emind U fond of giving
r prised 1*to oompletelYlon.. U Canto av ...... wise in opinion on,all very matter Be heard ._ __._ ___ n .u_ _____ n_ ._.._- _

Hooer-Not a bit. I've heard her Actor-I lee yon bare the lip an elderly lady say one day:
-- a piece of It M often I'Te "Standing Room Only" at the door of of life i*
p give Tnnglash "The greatest sorrow my
U4nkln* Judge Whet! Ton here wondered at it 1..t101..10D1 M it bas your theater every night that I have never had any children. Send the "AdYocate" some of your Job

. JSl This must be the tweu-. Buffalo Courier. Theater ManagerYeThe houses ".Ah, said Tbickhedde. "perhap.lt

1a* oa'TO been -P before m. were ao small that I bad to do aome- ah hereditary. Did mother
wa* your
." ,. "wkin-Well, yer worUhipt, 'ti* no .haa- thing to try to draw in "crowd.-Sorn. "
k mine that you don't get promo- Sin ha many tool lL-Helme, but a errillo Journal ion.have any cbildi.? -Youth's Compan Printing orders and you will be satisfied.I .

I, .n"" die whW flu Cheat ,







Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S.Gov't ReportPowder


The entertainment list Saturday night Senator Robt Morrow, of this district, D _
1 which was given at the Opera house, Tl- has the Bakins
: honor of having introduced the
IIt vl1lt'. under the management of Mrs. VAI Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
T T Wet mote, for the benefit of the first bill passed by the senate. It wan

organ fund of the Episcopal church, wasa an Important measure, and provides LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE
pronounced sncrcss. Those who attended relief to the several counties of the state ,
were delighted and loud In their .
In the matter of costs of criminal .. '
praise, saving that they had certainly prose We have for sale a large list
got the full! worth of their money, which cutions. This bill Is a necessity, on B30WTEI.Y PURE of carefu'

Is not always the case with those travel- account of recent ruling of the supreme selected Indian River Properties '

Ing professionals who usually play here. court, which decided that under the ,
Mrs. Wetmore has Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida '
certainly given evidence ratification of the amendment to the < ,,ast j,
o<< of talent as a manageress, and If Paul Flerbacher, a German boy, has Canal and I
she can maintain the standard which she constitution at the election last fall the I invented a railroad tie and has been Transportation Co.

presented last Saturday evening It will counties must bear the costs of criminal offered $50,000 for the invention CANAL LANDS

be very disappointing If she does not prosecution but as the ; Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & .
; county commissioners The one item of fuel costs the Big Key West (i 'ra ('
give more frequent showing of her Lands. Dls ton Company's. Indian River Loan and o
talent In this line. The admission was could not foresee the result, Four a little over $1,000,000 a year, or and other Low Priced Lands. Investment rQ?
only 2} cents, and our reader will see by they did not provide for such paymentIn the company pays out one-twelfth of Its
the bill of fare noted below that those the tax levy of 1804 for county pur- gross earnings for coaL Money: to XJOAXX ,A.rvtrays on. Han,,

who attended were treated to something poses. The bill of Mr. Morrow provides I Al :ten per cent, in lunif to .,..,. -
beyond their exnectatlons. Genuine Bargain In Heal Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
for an appropriation to each of
Number one was an Instrumental duet county
by Mrs. Roswell Coleman and Miss Hattie one mill on the assessed value of all Estate. Titusville. Florida.

Hale, which was well rendered. property each county, half'of which No. 1. Twelve acres of hammock

The audience was then put In the best I II to be paid to the counties as soon as land at Sharpes ; about300 feet --
of humor by diminutive Miss Ruth
v Woodward In an excellent little recita- the act Is approved, and the other half front on Indian River, and runs back to Fred. S. Chaffee & Co
county road; has upon It a house of six
tion-well said for one of her years-entitled a. soon a* the tax collector of any Coun-
rooms, almost new cost of house
; $1,000
"Which one are you going to ty shall close his accounts.with the state barn stable ;
drown." huch outbuildings, etc. Has a
sayings as this always for taxes collected for 1804. It Is quite grove of 500 large bearing trees, In fine
find the warmest and softest In the
heart of an audience. probable the tax collector of Brevard condition before the freeze, and will soon ..4THE CORNER DRUG STOR

Number three! was a vocal solo by Mrs. county will close his account at an early recover and bear good crop. Remainder
of land cleared and l Is of best for
A S. Thompson, who rendered her date unless
partIn restrained from doing so by
vegetable farm. This property was held
an artistic manner. the legislature or the board of county firm at tO.OOO one year ; sell today TITUSVILLE FLORID.
The the
next on programme was a re- ago'hwlll ,
citation, entitled, "Lasca," by Miss commissioners, hence Brevard should : I for i3,800; $1,000 12,200
Uraro Wetmore. get its full quota without much : may remain on mortgage.; This is a
Then; I very most desirable place for a home, good We try to keep a full stock of
came Instrumental solo
an on delay. The amount due this will
county location
the piano by Miss Aline Biady. clone to postofh'ce, school, Pure, Fresh Drugs of Best
be a little) over 2000. church, etc., and in a nice neighborhood.The Quay
Then followed the exquisite sacred bare land alone Is almost worth the PurKy, Freshness and Quality In Drugs 1 Is a very Important matter
gem, "The Holy City," rendered as a This bill of Mr. Morrow also passedthe

vocal solo by Mr. Roswell Coleman. house yesterday, and I* probably price asked. A good line of Toilet Articles Stationery Cigars Etc [Ec'
Following that another No. 2. I'
came recita- signed by the and become Thirty acre tract, with houseof ,
tion by Miss Grace Wetmore, entitled, law governor a eight rooms, artesian well, large por- We run our Business In "Op-to-Date" Methods.
"4 Sad Mistake. by this time. tion cleared, etc.; adjoins hotel propertyat --

The next number was a violin solo, by The absurd bill of Senator Darby, providing Sarno, near Eau Gallic. The land nrSpecial attention to mall orders. We will try and fill your wants bjc.
Mrs. It. W. JlhodeH, Titusvllle's popular for allowing payment of promissory alone Is worth more than price we quote, just as well as if you called In person. All orders for goods In stock shipped
virtuoso. 'the selection was a difficultone notes in 2250. The owner refused $,>,000 a year day they are received. We want your trade.
payable two
one three
but It was well executed and delighted or ago. He must sell without delay, and
the audience. The Instrument years, has been properly killed by the has authorized us to take $2,250; ; $1,250

possessed by this artist, by the way, is'uf committee on finance and taxation. cash, balance may remain on mortgage.No. .
no mean order. Senator Masks, of Orange, has Introduced 3. Two hundred and eighteen Read Read! Read''
Mrs. F. L. Loomis then a reci-
tation gave an excellent measure entitled "an I' acres of land at New River; has a quar-
entitled Smiting: the Rock.
act to re-organize and improve ter of a mile fronton New River Sound
The Is encourage
piece a pathetic .one, and Mrs.
and half mile front the canal. WRITE TO THE
Loomis told It in a sweet, modest, nat- the efficiency of the Florida Vol- on Description
as follows : Lots 3, 4 and 8 of
ural and winsome way, and with Uue unteer Militia." Under Its provisions, ExJll'I section 13, and lot 3 and northeast quar-

pathos.Following: that was a vocal solo by each cQmf'anyln the state Is to get $100 ter of northwest quarter of section 25; L. B. DARLING FERTILIZER C CtTnolx.ison.XTlllo CO

Mrs. :8. II. Happersett. The people of per quarter for expenses Instead of $.50, I i In township, south range 42 east.
Price ;
$1) We believe
Titusville are always anxious to enjoy as at present. It also provide. for the per acre. a purchaser
could sell this land
at $JO
any rendition by this talented little lady, purchase of a tract of land to be used and double his money as soon per as JTMor-id/x.,
And it to the
was no exception rule last
:Saturday night, when they insisted for the annual encampments, at a site begin to run through the canal If you are In need of any Fertilizers or Fertilizer Material, and obtain ft
ncore. uponan selected by the legislature. Senator December. We own this land our- Special Low Prices for cash with order. ,
but need to
Messrs. E. B. and Genovar has Intimated money develop other
Wager E. L. Brady that he would hence offer It at a price Don't Miss -

were then called upon for a piano and donate ISO: acres of land at St. Augustine will insure early sale, $15 per This opportunity of a lifetime to obtain Fertilizers at about cost to i.
violin selection and
cheerfully (?) res- for the Manufacturer.
ponded. This performance was received purpose. acre.No.4.
with overwhelming applause, which Many bills have been Introduced, but The north three-fourths of Southern Office and Warehouse at Jacksonville. Fla..

called forth an encore. few measures of Importance have been Quarter of section 7. and of Rear of 20 West Bay Street, on River Front, midway between Main i
Then followed a recitation by Miss 4 of section 8, In township 3R, south Laura Streets. "
advanced, further than being referred to K Send for Pocket Memoranda Book
Grace Wetmore, entitled "Old Ace." I range 41 east, containing 130 acres.
The next was a vocal solo by Miss appropriate committees.No tract has a large frontage on the
Albino E Ker. Her beautiful voice de vote has been taken as yet showing : Lucie River, two miles from the rail-

lighted the audience, and we trust that how the legislature stands on the question crossing. Price $15 per acre. E.Groceries L. ::se.. ..:C ,

our people will have the pleasure of of a railroad commission, but the No. B. Lot 4 of section 32, township
IhmrJiig her mote In future. A* an south range 41 east, containing 77 Grain
Wicoie Mint! Egger gave a rrettyaelectlon general Impression seems to be that a This tract has a quarter of a Hay, Garden Seed Fertilize r,
which was commission 11'11be created. front on the St. Lucie River at ,
"with a touch of nature". Sution. Price $33 per acre. I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of
Then followed the song, "Jennie, the
flower of Klldre\ ," by Mrs.! Henry Titus, i TJlI: .'NEtTIUA TIO TIH12. No. 6. A tract of twenty-one acres, triple Ac U'tmcy Oroeeriew, I+rui

which wan rendered very sweetly. Mrs. on Biscayne Bay, at Ewanton And Food Products

Titus the 1 la perfectly stage, and easy her and singing selfpossessedupon Is free Used Fifty years ago In Knglniul. ,Price one mile$3,000.south This of price Cocoanut may Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of

from all evidence of fault. Most people Imagine that pneumatic high, but If you will try to buy any Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
The next number on the piogramme tire are novelties of recent Invention, fronting on Biscayne Hay, In good: ,
you will get your eyes opened Ground Food and Wheat.
was a recitation by Miss Grace Wetmore.We .
have omitted criticism on the selections and yet they were actually used on English to prices asked In that section. This I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above UK(

of Miss Wetmore until the close of roads nearly fifty year ago. We Is the only desirable parcel we Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and I*,'
our remarks. Miss Wetmore appealed read, "at the Hath and Welt of England left fronting on Biscayne Bay. your patronage. Very truly

four times, provided In the program Agricultural show held at Guilford, a price asked and, $5OUO, will yield us a =I. L. BRAD
and in addition responded to several profit, we are satisfied that
This couple of carriage wheels were show, similar can be had at a much
encores. young lady a fine elocutionist -
fitted with pneumatic tires." These were price. This tract will no doubt
fully at good, we might
better than some of the professionals In made by May A Jacobs for the Duke of sold within a few weeks. FEASTER & IpITWISCH
this line who have visited Titusville.All Northumberland forty-seven years ago, No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres r\

of her work on :Saturday evening was but the carriages proving too heavy for to the depot and post office at Mal-
good. We consider her at her best, Large house with upper and lower Successor to L. A. Coleman.
the horse
however, In comedy; and, In our opinion, they were disused. The tires costing 100000. 7 rooms; In >

the recitation, "A sad mistake," washer were constructed on almost exactly the repair, beautiful river front, lawn, p;5 tal1 FLORIDA MEATS k na4
beat number. same principle aa those in use on cycles Most all the land Is cleared; 100 In

MIIIII"I'tmol'e I Is the niece of Mr. and to-day,an inner air-chamber,with stronger seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples .
Mrs T. T. Wetmore, whom she Is at will make a nice home for anybody.
.. t and Growers.
outer When Vegetable
cover. punctured
present visiting In Titusville. We trust Good nelghboi'hood. Price pnly$1250.00
that circumstance will permit her to were repaired by the same mean as Fla
NOTE Tha above ===== La Grange
visit :- descriptions will ,
us again at some future date, as now adopted. --------- ---- -
her talents afford our people great enable customers to locate the several
pleasure properties very closely by examining
After paying expenses, a surplus of English paper of late date Inform one of the J., St. A. I. R. R'y com- ii

$10.r remained foe the church organ u* that member of the Royal Astronomical pany's railroad maps, but we will be UREN&FEASTEBGROCERIES
fund, which amount extinguishes the Society assert that on Good Fri pleased to send special maps on a large
.debt. day, 12th April, 18U5, the heavenly bodies scale, on application, to parties who
which gravlate around the sun, 11'11be\ mean business and Intend to buy, If they
in the f MTAtMSHCO !. can find such a bargain as they want.
exactly same
position they occu- f '
Good Clears.; pied in the firm" anent the day "the man JACKSONVILLE FLA. ROBBIES Git.uiAM Co., OF ALL/. !NDS. Francis H Leggett ftfl
of sorrows, Jesus of Nazareth
was Titusville
Go to the Corner Drug Store, Tltustille Fla.
nailed to the bitter It will be the
when you want a good smoke. ----- ---- ---- --- -
I first time such a thing ha occurred since -------- Fine
CHAFFER it!: Co. that terrible day just one thousand L. K. ..,.., Gf roGeries.
eight Ml'NN a. 8. O. VAXLA>DI>GIIAM, See. .a Tr*...
hundred and sixty that
year ago being

Pineapple Slips and Suckers., the dating thirty-third from the year birth of of the Jesus Christian Christ.era, PIICENIX MILLS LUMBER CO., Fruits and Yegetables/Milorida:: & Western Meats of all W

Write for price on *. 1. Cayenne, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. -
Abbaka, Jamaica: Ripley and Queen slips Episcopal Church Services. Incorporated October 1894-Saemuon to R. Bassos A Co. AND TINWARE. _

and sucker to Lath., Shingles and all Kinds of Rough and Dressed Lumber.. (=:r- Agent for Williams dark Irtmzer Co. Your order .elicited
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E. C. U.
Waveland SHALL, Lent service will be held every Kept constantly on hand. Also special bills of Ceiling, Flooring and unmatched Very Truly ,
Fla. Wednesday evening at '7:30, up to Holy lumber dressed to order. Barrel head and cover and cypress tanks of all sizes OlXX on C5 J7 oustvz'RICHARD

will Week.be delivered.Lecture on the church history made M called for. All Kinds Of MODldingS, Turned and Scroll Work aP6Cillty. ----::::;;.

Indian River Mattress and Litany every Friday morning at 10 S$ One of our firm is a contractor and builder of many yean' experience, W. GOODE. JAMES T 00

o'clock:, up to Holy Week. so that we are prepared to make estimates and take contract for the construction Notary Public oS; ,fIIIt
and building of all kinds of private and public edifice on reasonable term and in
-* Brush Company the most satisfactory manner. fall and see u* before purchasing elsewhere. Florida
Store To Let. Real r

Titusvillo!;; Florida.Our Correspondence and Patronage Solicited. state Exchange

Mattresses BAIL store to rent in the ADVOCATE
are made
from 8-01. -
ticking, filled with clear palmetto fibre block. Fine location. Apply at the ty Write us for descriptive
ADVOCATE office Tltucvllle. prie
and faced with superfine fibre made from : lutPOSTOFFICg

the cabbage palm This fibre I* made BOX ,eo _
by -unen'a patented process, which For Sale.A EASTER MELBOURNE 5rm/arH'Co.
makes It tough, curly and elastic. It .. FLA.
will not break up, mat down nor __
dusty like mos or excelsior. The fibre pineapple plantation of twenty
will not draw dampness and acre, on Indian River; dwelling and
nor mildew i this being an advantage get musty In packing house; two acre under irrigation I. IS U'PON' TJJS.
a damp and for vegetable Enquire of '
climate-always re- CALL AND EXAMINE OUR LUMBER'/
maining iweet and clean. The work- (;u.u. U. RowLaND !
i Waveland, Fla.
manihlp guaranteed tint-class in
every respect I
Braided seams Sloop
Jouble-Uitched and

Doubt.well tufted Mattress top,wefgbt and bottom. For sale, sloop Irene, 40ftxl3ft; : We are making special prices Lumber

$sng1.) Ur.M,1,Y,lo C O-lI..U\V)4,, .0. MOO. tonnage, 18 27-100' ; la ftr klaaa condi FOR THE SEASON. on
6j.cUl sties _o*to Old..... tion. New call: headroom la cable Lath and Shingles in tt
All kind of Palmetto Mrushe Beat party or trade boat of her size on car lot; toall points South on

made to order. Call on or address, the river. Price, $4uaoiX Apply to ANTHONY BROS. The Jewelers. II. St. A. & I. R.
R'lrOl full
I. R. M41'1'BI.t BBV'H Co., E. C. I). Tyndall Wavetand, or Capt.l'.ter particulars, AddressBUILDERS'
Ilo& U2. Nelson, Tltuvtller ru., where she
Tltusvtile, Fla. may be seen. *t( WATCH REPAIRING. SUPPLY CO-.
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